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THE FORTY^ EIGHTH 



ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



OF 



CHICAGO 



FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1905 



BOARD OF TRADE 



GEORGE F. STONE, Secretary 



Chicago 

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PAGE. 

OflBcers and Members of the Board of Trade at its organization, 

April, 1848 vin 

Executive officers of the Board of Trade, 1848 to 1906, inclusive. . . ix 

Officers of the Board of Trade, 1905 . x 

Officers of the Board of Trade, 1906 xi 

Members of the Board of Trade v^ho died during 1905 xii 

Secretary's review xlil 

Report of Board of Directors xi. 

Report of Treasurer lv 

DETAILED STATISTICS OF CHICAGO FOR 1905. 

Statement showing the entire movement of flour and grain 2, 3 

Flour manufactured in Chicago, for ten years 4 

Monthly stocks of flour in Chicago, for eight years 4 

Receipts and shipments of flour and wheat, by routes and by months 5 

Receipts of flour and wheat at Chicago, by crops, since 1860 6 

Weekly range of prices of flour 7 

Weekly range of prices of wheat in store 8 

Monthly range of prices of contract wheat (cash) for a series of years 9 

Receipts and shipments of corn and oats, by routes and by months 10 

Weekly range of prices of corn and oats 11 

Monthly range of prices of T^o- 2 corn (cash) for a series of years. . 12 
Monthly range of prices of No. 2 oats (cash), standard oats (cash), 

and contract oats (cash), for a series of years 13 

Comparative statement of the current bi-monthly prices of flour 

and grain for seven years 14, 15 

Receipts and shipments of rye and barley, by routes and by months 16 

Weekly range of prices of rye and barley 17 

/Receipts of flour and grain for a series of years, and the volume of 

flour manufactured in the city 18 

Shipments of flour and grain for a series of years 19 

Weekly statement of grain in store at Chicago during the past 

two years 20, 21 

Weekly receipts and shipments of flour and grain, as posted on the 

bulletin of the Exchange 22, 23 

Visible supply of grain for the last two years 24, 26 

Visible supply of grain, monthly, for nine years 26, 27 

Stocks of contract wheat in store in Chicago for six years 27 

Rules governing the inspection of grain 28-33 

Extracts from the rules adopted by the Railroad and Warehouse 

Commissioners for the administration of the departments of 

grain inspection and warehouse registration 34 

Rates for inspecting and weighing grain, provisions, etc 35, 36 

Monthly carload inspection of grain received by rail - 37 

Inspection of grain received by lake and canal 37 









ins. 



IV 

DETAILED STATISTICS OF CHICAGO FOR 1905.— ContirVUed. 

PAGE. 

List of regular Chicago elevator warehouses, and published rates 

of storage on grain 38 

List of private Chicago elevator warehouses, with their capacity. . 39 
Keceipts and shipments of hogs (live and dressed), by routes and 

by months 40 

Eeceipts and shipments of cattle and sheep, by routes and by 

months 41 

Eeceipts and shipments of dressed beef and lard, by routes and 

by months 42 

Receipts and shipments of hog products, other than lard, by 

routes and by months 43 

Eeceipts and shipments of cattle and hogs for a series of years. . . 44 

Beef and pork packing for a series of years 44 

Pork packing at the principal cities and in the west for a series of 

years 45 

Bi-monthly prices of mess pork for nine years 46 

Bi-monthly prices of prime steam lard for nine years 47 

Weekly range of prices for cattle, hogs and sheep 48 

"Weekly cash price of beef products 49 

Weekly range of cash prices of hog products 50, 51 

Pork packing in the Mississippi Valley 52, 53 

Monthly stocks of provisions for a series of years 54-56 

Monthly statement of stocks of mess pork and prime steam lard 

for five years 57 

Detailed statement of weekly shipments of hog products 58-61 

Daily prices of wheat, corn, oats, rye, barley, mess pork, lard, short 

rib sides and live hogs, for cash and future delivery. 62-85 

Daily prices of flax seed, for cash and future delivery 86-88 

Receipts and shipments of timothy and clover seeds, by routes 

and by months 89 

Eeceipts and shipments of grass and flax seeds, by routes and by 

months 90 

Weekly range of prices of salt and seeds 91 

Weekly range of prices for beans and potatoes 92 

Eeceipts and shipments of hides and wool, by routes and by 

months 93 

Distilled spirits manufactured in the district of Chicago 94 

Weekly range of prices of spirits 91/ 

Eange of prices for hides 95 

Eeceipts and shipments of potatoes and hay, by routes and by 

months 96 

Monthly prices of hay, by carload lots, during 1905 96 

Monthly prices for coal and coke 97 

Coal statistics of Chicago 97 

Stocks of lumber in Chicago on January 1 for a series of years 98 

Receipts and shipments of lumber and shingles, by routes 98 

Tri-monthly prices of lumber, shingles and lath 99 

Receipts and shipments of cheese and butter, by routes and by 

months 100 



DETAILED STATISTICS OF CHICAGO FOR 1905 — Continued. 

PAGE 

Weekly range of prices of butter, cheese and eggs 101 

Receipts and shipments of eggs for a series of years 101 

Receipts and shipments of various commodities 102, 103 

Receipts and shipments of various commodities for a series of years. 104, 105 

Lake (steam) and rail freights eastward 106 

Grain freights by lake and Erie canal 107 

Average freight charges for wheat and corn to K ew York since 

1858 108 

European through freights, rail and steamer 108 

All-rail freights eastward 109 

Average ocean freights from New York to British ports 110 

Table of clearings by the associated banks of Chicago for each 

month during six years Ill 

Table of clearings by the Clearing House of the Board of Trade 

for each month during six years 112 

Statement of the condition of the national and state banks of 

Chicago 113, 114 

Details of the business transacted at the Chicago postoflSce 115-118 

Range of prices for iron and steel 119, 120 

Lake commerce of Chicago 121 

Opening of navigation at Mackinac for a series of years 121 

Receipts and shipments by lake at Chicago 122, 123 

Arrivals and clearances for a series of years 124, 125 

Shipments of grain (in transit and export) by lake 125 

Exports by lake 126 

Vessels built and laid up in Chicago 127 

Vessels lost (owned in Chicago) 127 

Vessels entered and cleared at the principal ports of the United 

States 128 

Vessel tonnage of the principal cities of the world 128 

Vessels owned in Chicago, with their tonnage 129, 130 

Duties collected on imported merchandise during the past five 

years 131 

Custom House inspections 132 

Internal revenue collections 133 

Aggregate collections in the principal custom districts of the U. S. 134 
Value of and duty collected on imported merchandise at the port 

of Chicago 135 

Illinois and Michigan canal statistics 136-138 

GENERAL STATISTICAL STATEMENTS- 

Population statistics of the United States, Illinois and Chicago. . 140 
Statement showing the number of alien passengers arrived in the 
United States since 1821, and the number of immigrants 

arrived since 1856 141 

Public debt of the United States annually since 1791 142 

Detailed statement of the public debt, December 31, 1905 143 



VI 



GENERAL STATISTICAL ST ATEMBNTS— Confinwedl. 

PAGE. 

Nationality of vessels engaged in the foreign commerce of the 

United States since 1860 144 

The coal supply of the United States 145 

Exports of wheat from various countries, weekly during 1905 146 

Exports of corn from various countries, weekly during 1905 147 

Exports and imports of the United States, with their values, since 

1860 148 

Domestic exports of the United States (detailed) for three years, 

ended June 30 149 

Imports into the United States (detailed) for three years, ended 

June 30 150, 151 

Recapitulation of exports and imports, and coin and bullion move- 
ment 151 

Exports of breadstufls to Europe since 1856 152 

Total exports of flour and grain for seven years 152 

Exports of flour, wheat and corn from the principal Atlantic ports 

(weekly) in 1905, with their distribution 153 

Weekly exports of grain and provisions from the principal Atlantic 

ports during 1905 154 

Exports of flour, wheat and corn from the principal Atlantic ports 

(weekly) in 1905, by ports of shipment 155-157 

Exports of hog products from the principal Atlantic ports (weekly) ^ 

in 1905 158 

Exports of beef, hog products, butter and cheese during the year 

ended June 30, 1905, with their distribution 159 

Commerce through St. Mary's Falls canal 160 

Hog products exported from the United States to Trance and 

Germany since 1881 161 

Valuation of property (for purposes of taxation) in Illinois, State 

debt, etc 162 

Valuation of property (for purposes of taxation) in the city of 

Chicago, taxes levied, city debt, etc 163 

Illinois Central Railroad earnings and tax 164 

Mileage of railroads communicating directly with Chicago 165 

Number of miles of railroads constructed and in operation 

since 1830 166 

Number of miles of railroads, in operation in each State and 

Territory at various periods since 1880 167 

Stocks of flour and grain in the State of California for a series of 

years 168 

Exports of flour and grain from San Francisco 169 

Receipts of domestic produce at San Francisco 169 

Receipts and shipments of flour and grain at New Orleans 170 

Receipts and exports of flour and grain at New York (monthly) . . 171 

Stocks of pork and lard in New York for the past ten years 172 

Receipts of flour and grain at the principal western river and lake 

ports for the past five years 173 



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»BNBRAL STATISTICAL STATEMENTS— OontmiW^. 

FA6B. 

Crops of wheat, corn, oats, rye, barley, buckwheat, hay, pota- 
toes, flaxseed and tobacco, by States, United States Agricul- 
tural Department estimate 174-179 

Grain exports, by crop and calendar years, from the United States 

for twelve years 180 

Estimates of the grain crops of the world 181 

Wheat crops of the world 182 

Acreage, yield and value of the wheat, corn, oats, rye and barley 

crops of Illinois since 1860 183 

Acreage, production and consumption of wheat, corn, oats, rye 
and barley in Illinois, by counties. State Agricultural Depart- 
ment estimate 184-193 

Statement of the area under cultivation in the United States for 
winter and spring wheat, and the production for the last 

twenty one years 194 

Bushel measure in several states of the Union 194 

Farm animals in the United States, with their value 195-197 

Date of first frost for the past sixteen years , 198, 199 

Production, imports and exports of raw cotton since 1872 200 

Liverpool provision stocks 201 

Foreign weights and measures. 202, 203 

United States tariff duties -. 203 

Import duties on grain, in the principal countries of the world. . . 204 

English prices of money, consols, cotton and wheat, 1904-1905 .... 205 
London and Liverpool grain and provision quotations, quantities 

on passage and imports ... 206-209 

Liverpool grain stocks 210 

Production, imports and exports of wheat and flour in the 

United Kingdom, and the population since 1872 211 

Imports of grain into the United Kingdom 212, 218 

Value of foreign coins and currencies 214, 215 

Foreign weights and measures vnth American equivalents 216-218 

Membership of the Board of Trade 219 



OFFICERS AND MEMBERS 

OF THE 

Board of Trade at Its Organization, 



AF»RIL, 1848. 



THOMAS DYER, President. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS : 

John P. Chapin. Charles Walker. 



GuRDON S. Hubbard, 
Elisha S.Wadsworth, 
Thomas Richmond, 
John Rogers, 
Horatio Gr. Loomis, 
George F. Foster, 
Richard C Bristol, 
John H. Dunham, 



directors: 

Thomas Dyer, 
George A. Gibbs, 
John H. Kinzie, 
Cyrenus Beers, 
Walter S. Gurney, 
JosiAH H. Reed, 
Edward K. Rogers, 
Isaac H. Btjrch, 



Augustus H. Burley, 
John S. Read, 
William B. Ogden, 
Orrington Lunt, 
Thomas Hale, 
Edward H. Hadduck, 
Isaac V. Jermain, 
Laurin p. Hilliard. 



W. L. Whiting, Secretry. 



Isaac H. Burch, Treasurer. 



Beals, Joseph R. 
Beers, Cyrenus 
Blaikie, Andrew 
Brand, Alexander 
Bristol, Richard C. 
Brown, S. Lockwood 
Burch, Isaac H. 
Burley, Augustus H. 
Carpenter, James H. 
Carter, Thomas B. 
Case, J. R. 
Chapin, John P. 
Clarke, W. H. 
Cobb, Zenas, Jr. 
DeWolf, a. Y. G. 
DeWolf, Willi A3I F. 
Dodge, John C 
Drew, George C. 
Dunham, John H. 
Dyer, Thomas 
Foster, George F. 
Foster, Jabez H. 
Gage, Jared 
Germain, Isaac Y- 
Gibbs, George A. 
Gurney, Walter S- 
Hadduck, Edward H. 



MEMBERS: 

Haines, John C 
Hale, Thomas 
Hardy, Isaac 
Harmon, C- L. 
Harrison, H. H. 
HiGGiNsoN, Geo. M. 
High. John, Jr. 
Hilliard, L. P. 
hotchkiss, j. p. 
Hubbard, Gurdon S. 
Humphrey, D. 
King, John, Jr. 
KiNziE, John H. 
Laflin, Matthew 
Loomis, H. G. 
Lunt, Orrington 
Marsh, John L. 
Marsh, Sylvester 
Morgan, T. S. 
Nbely, Albert 
Ogden, Wm. B. 
Pardee, Theron 
Parker, Thos. L. 
Payson, H. R. 
Pearson, John 
Peck, James 
Raymond, B. W. 
Read, John S. 



Reed, Josiah H. 
Richmond, Allen 
Richmond, Thomas 
RoBB, G. A. 
Rochester, Jas- H. 
Rogers, E. K. 
Rogers, John 
RuMSEY, Julian S. 
Russell, J. B. F. 
Ryerson, Joseph T. 
Sherman, O. 
Shoemaker, Jno. W. 
Smith, George 
Smith, J. A. 
Stearns, M. C 
Steel, George 
Stockbridge, F. B. 
Thompson, Thomas 
Throop, Amos G- 
Wadsworth, E. S. 
Walker, Almond 
Walker, Charles 
Walter, Joel C. 
Whitcomb. T. 
Whitney, W. L. 
Winn, James 

WiNSLOW, H. J. 



EXECUTIVE OFFICERS OF THE 

BOARD OF TRADE 

SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION. 



Pretidents, 

1848 THOMAS DYER. 

1849 THOMAS DYER. 

1850 CHARLES WALKER. 

1851 CHARLES WALKER. 

1852 GEORGE STEEL. 

1853 THOMAS HALE. 

1854 GEORGE A. GIBBS. 

1855 HIRAM WHEELER. 

1856 CHARLES 11, WALKER. 

1857 CHARLES H. WALKER. 

1858 JULIAN S. RUMSEY. 

1859 JULIAN S. RUMSEY. 

1860 IRA Y. MUNN. 

1861 STEPHEN CLARY. 
1863 CALVIN T. WHEELER. 

1863 JOHN L. HANCOCK. 

1864 JOHN L. HANCOCK. 

1865 CHARLES RANDOLPH. 

1866 JOHN C. DORE. 

1867 WILEY M. EGAN. 

1868 ENOS V. ROBBINS. 

1869 JESSE M. RICHARDS. 

1870 SAMUEL H. McCREA. 

1871 JOSIAH W. PRESTON. 

1872 JOSIAH W. PRESTON. 

1873 CHARLES E. CULVER. 

1874 GEORGE M. HOW. 

1875 GEORGE ARMOUR. 

1876 JOHN R. BENSLEY. 

1877 DAVID H. LINCOLN. 

1878 NATH'L K. FAIRBANK. 

1879 ASA DOW. 

1880 JOHN H. DWIGHT. 

1881 HENRY W. ROGERS, Jr. 

1882 RANSOM W. DUNHAM. 

1883 JAMES B. HO BBS. 

1884 E. NELSON BLAKE. 

1885 E. NELSON BLAKE. 

1886 A. M. WRIGHT. 

1887 A. M. WRIGHT. 

1888 C. L. HUTCHINSON. 

1889 WILLLA.M S. SEAVERNS. 

1890 WILLIAM T. BAKER. 

1891 WILLIAM T. BAKER, 

1892 CHARLES D, HAMILL, 

1893 CHARLES D, HAMILL. 

1894 CHARLES L, RAYMOND, 

1895 WILLIAM T, BAKER. 

1896 WILLIAM T. BAKER. 

1897 WILLIAM T. BAKER. 

1898 ZINA R. CARTER. 

1899 RICHARD S. LYON, 

1900 WILLIAM S. WARREN. 

1901 WILLIAM S. WARREN. 
1903 WILLIAM S. WARREN. 

1903 REUBEN G. CHANDLER. 

1904 WILLIAM S. JACKSON. 

1905 WILLIAM S. JACKSON. 
1806 WALTER FITCH. 



First Vie^-Presidents. 
CHARLES WALKER. 
CHARLES WALKER. 
JOHN P. OHAPIN. 
JOHN P. CHAPIN. 
THOMAS HALE. 
CHARLES H. WALKER. 
WM. D. HOUGHTELING. 
SAMUEL B. POMEBOY. 
GEORGE C. MARTIN. 
GEORGE W. NOBLE. 
THOMAS H. BEEBE. 
THOMAS H. BEEBE. 
ELI BATES. 
CLINTON BRIGGS. 
W. H. LOW. 

NATH'L K. FAIRBANK. 
THOMAS PARKER. 
THOMPSON MAHLE. 
PHIN'S L. UNDERWOOD. 
LYMAN BLAIR. 
ELIJAH K. BRUCE. 
SAMUEL H. McCREA. 
BENJ. F. MUBPHEY. 
CHARLES E. CULVER. 
CHARLES E. CULVER. 
WILLIAM N. BRAINARD. 
HOWARD PRIESTLEY. 
JOHN R. BENSLEY. 
DAVID H. LINCOLN. 
JOSIAH STILES. 
WILLIAM DICKINSON. 
JOHN H. DWIGHT. 
HENRY W. ROGERS, Jb. 
RANSOM W, DUNHAM. 
WILLIAM E. MCHENRY. 
J. HENRY FRENCH. 
CHAS. L. HUTCHINSON. 
GEORGE T. SMITH. 
JAMES H. MILNE. 
GEORGE D. RDMSEY. 
WILLIAM S. SEAVERNS. 
GEO. G. PARKER. 
E. W, BAILEY. 
J, G, STEEVRR. 
J. T, RAWLEIGH. 
R. G. CHANDLER. 
MILTON C. LIGHTNBR. 
JOHN M. FISKE. 
RICHARD S. LYON. 
ZINA R. CARTER. 
RICHARD S. LYON. 
HENRY O.PARKER. 
JAMES NICOL. 
WILLIAM N. ECKHARDT. 
EDWARD S. ADAMS. 
WILLIAM L. GREGSON. 
GEORGE S. McREYNOLDS. 
WALTER F[TCH. 
JOHN H. JONES, 



Second Viee-Pretidontt. 
JOHN P, CHAPIN. 
JOHN P. CHAPIN. 

NONK. 

None, 

NONK. 

None, 
None. 
None. 
None. 
None 
None, 

STEPHEN CLARY, 
JOHN V. FARWELL. 
EBENEZER G. WOLCOTT. 
JOHN L. HANCOCK. 
CHARLES RANDOLPH, 
CHARLES J. GILBERT, 
.JOHN C. DORE. 
ELEAZUR W. DENSMORB. 
CALVIN B, GOODYEAR. 
JIRAH D. COLE, Ja. 
HENRY A. TOWNEE, 
PHILIP W, DATER, 
WILLIAM N. BRAINARD. 
WILLIAM N. BRAINARD 
HOWARD PRIESTLEY. 
JOHN R. BENSLEY. 
DAVID H. LINCOLN. 
JOSIAH STILES. 
WILLIAM DICKINSON. 
JOHN H. DWIGHT. 
HENRY W. ROGERS, Jr. 
RANSOM W. DDNHAM. 
WILLIAM E. MCHENRY. 
J. HENRY FRENCH. 
CHAS. L. HUTCHINSON. 
GEO. T. SMITH. 
JAMES H. MILNE. 
GEORGE D. RUMSEY. 
WILLIAM S. SEAVERNS. 
GEORGE G, PARKER, 
E.W, BAILEY, 
J, G. STEEVER. 
J. T, RAWLEIGH. 
R. G. CHANDLER. 
MILTON C, LIGHTNER. 
JOHN M. FISKB. 
RICHARD S. LYON. 
ZINA R. CARTER. 
RICHARD S. LYON. 
HENRY O. PARKER. 
JAMES NICOL. 
WILLIAM N. ECKHARDT 
EDWARD S. ADAMS. 
WILLIAM L. GREGSON. 
H. M. S. MONTGOMERY. 
WALTER FITCH, 
JOHN H. JONES. 
JAMES C. ROGERS, 



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Secretaries: 

1848 W, L, Whiting, 

1849 to 1851, inclusive, and part of 1852, John C. Dodge, 
1853. part of official year. James E. Dalliba, 

1853 Laubin P, Hilliard. 

1854 Jambs E. Dalliba. 

1855 to 1853, inclusive, w. w, Mitchell, 

1859 to 1861, inclusive, and part of 1863. Seth Catlin. 

1863 to 1868, inclusive and early part of 1863, John F. Beatt. 

1869 Charles Randolph to March 1, 1884, 

1884 George P. Stone from July 1, 



I 



OFFICE RS 



OF THB 



Board of Trade of the City of Chicago 

FO R 1 ©o s. 

WILLIAM S. JACKSON, President. 
WALTER FITCH, 1st Vice-President. 

JOHN H. JONES, 2d Vice-President. 



Term Expieing 1906. 

JOHN B. ADAMS, 
EMIL W. WAGNBK, 
KOBKRT BINES, 
GEO. W. PATTEN, 
WALTER COMSTOCK. 



directors : 

Term Expiring 1907. 

PAUL TIBTGENS, 
J. HERBERT WARE, 
A. STAMFORD WHITE, 
JOHN T. SICKEL, 
JAMES CRIGHTON. 



Term Expiring 1908. 

HIRAM N. SAGER, 
J. FINLEY BABRELL, 
JOHN P. HARRIS , 
EDWARD ANDREW, 
JAMES BRADLEY. 



G. F. STONE, Secretary. E. A. HAMILL, Treasurer. 

WALTER S. BLOWNEY, AssH Secretary. HENRY S. ROBBINS, Counsel. 
SAMUEL POWELL, Clearing House Manager. 



STANDING COMMITTEES OP THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS: 

EXECUTIVE MESSRS. ADAMS, WHITE AND JONES. 

ON FINANCE " PATTEN, SICKEL, AND ANDREW. 

ON REAL ESTATE " TIETGENS, ADAMS AND COMSTOCK. 

ON RULES " CRIGHTON, BARRBLL AND ADAMS. 

ON LEGAL ADVICE " BRADLEY, WARE AND PATTEN. 

ON ROOMS " JONES, CRIGHTON AND WAGNER. 

ON MEMBERSHIP " JONES. TIBTGENS AND ANDREW. 

ON WAREHOUSES " WAGNER, BINES AND SICKEL. 

niM «R ATTtf " J SAGER, C. B. PIERCE, B. A. ECKHART, ED- 

OJN GRAIN < WARD L.GLASBR AND W.N. ECKHARDT. 

ON CLEARING HOUSE " BARBELL, WAGNER AND SICKEL. 

ON MARKET REPORTS " FITCH, BRADLEY AND WARE. 

ON VIOLATION OF RULES " ] ^S ANDiw'^'^'^^^' ^^^'^^' ^^^^^^ 

i SICKEL, HARRIS, PATTEN, BRADLEY, B.A. 
ECKHART, E. L. GLASBR, J. J. BRYANT, 
E. L. MERRITT AND RICHARD GAM- 
BRILL. 

ON WEIGHING ^ " WARE, CRIGHTON AND HARRIS. 

ON CLAIMSOv^.-.C; " ANDREW. COMSTOCK AND BINES. 

ON METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATION " ADAMS, TIBTGENS AND JONES. 

ON PROVTSTON TNSPHTTTON " i TIETGENS, WHITE, J. A. BUNNELL, JNO. 

OH PROVISION INSPECTION .j ROBERTS AND CHAS. BERRALL, JB. 

IB. A. ECKHART, ISAAC HORNER, R. S. 
ON FLOUR INSPECTION " ■{ JOHNSTON, JACOB M ANSAR AND FRBD- 

I BRICK DICKINSON. 

I SAGER, T. M. HUNTER, GEORGE B. 
ON FLAXSEED INSPECTION " ■{ ALT, P, H. ESCHENBURG AND J. H. 

I MILNE. 
ON OTHER INSPECTION " COMSTOCK, FITCH AND HARRIS. 

O^ i^^^^^^'^^O^ O^ <^^^^^ ^^^ ™^« " ry^-E^R^^C^.^^A.^H^ATH^.^l-S^^GSifEri- 

°^^^° I GERSTENBERGAND A. L. SOMBRS. 

ON LEGISLATION •• ] ^^^^^^^ ADAMS. FITCH. WARE AND 

ON INSOLVENCIES " COMSTOCK, JONES AND WAGNER. 



INSPECTORS: 

INSPECTOR AND REGISTRAR OF PROVISIONS JOHN A. TOBET. 

INSPECTOR OF FLOUR JOHN T. CANVIN. 

INSPECTOR AND REGISTRAR OF FLAXSEED CHARLES F. LIAS. 

INSPECTOR OF HAY HENRY R. WHITESIDE. 

WEIGHER OF PACKING HOUSE PRODUCT JOHN A. TOBEY. 

WEIGHER OF OTHER COMMODITIES H. A. FOSS. 



COMMITTEE OP ARBITRATION: 



Term Expiring 1906. 
b. t. sylvester, john m. schaack, 

FRANK M. BUNCH, GEO. C. WILLIAMS, 

WM. G. HUSBAND. 



Term expiring 1907. 

JAMES R. DALTON, FRED W. SCOTT, 

JULIAN M. MCDERMID, JOHN G. WALTERS, 
EDWARD P. McKBNNA. 



COMMITTEE OP APPEALS: 



TERM Expiring 1906. 



JAMES E. BENNETT, ADDISON R. WARNER, 
L. HABBY FREEMAN, EDWIN S. 8KILLBN 
FRED. H. BABCOCK. 



Term expiring 1907. 



A. OERSTBNBERG, WILLIAM J. NYE, 
LOUIS G. SQUIRE, RALPH A. SCHU8TEB. 

JAM^S R. GODMAN. 



OFFICERS 



OP THE 



Board of Trade of the City of Chicago 

FOR 1 ©O 6. 

WALTER FITCH, President. 
JOHN H. JONES, 1st Vice-President. 

JAMES C ROGERS, Sd Vice-President. 



Term Expiring 1907. 

PA UL, TIETGENS, 
J. HERBERT WARE, 
A. STAMFORD WHITE, 
JOHN T. SICKBL, 
JAMES CRIGHTON. 



directors: 

Term Expiring 1908. 

HIRAM N. SAGER, 
J. PIN LET BARRELL, 
JOHN P. HARRIS, 
EDWARD ANDREW, 
JAMES BRADLEY. 



Term Expiring 1909. 

JOSEPH P. GRIFFIN, 
HENRY ZEISS, 
JAMES PETTIl, 
JOHN J. STREAM. 
JAMES E. BENNETT. 



G. F. STONE, Secretary. E. A. HAMILL, Treasurer. 

WALTER S. BLOWNEY, AssH Secretary. HENRY S. ROBBINS, Counsel. 
SAMUEL POWELL, Clearing House Manager. 



standing committees of the board of DIRECTORS: 

EXECUTIVE Messrs. Zeiss, white and Harris. 

ON FINANCE " PBTTIT. SICKEL AND ANDREW. 

ONRBALBSTATB " TIETGENS, SICKBL AND BENNETT. 

ON RUIiBS " CRIGHTON, BARRELL AND PETTIT. 

ON LEGAL ADVICE " BRADLEY, WARE AND ROGERS. 

ON ROOMS " BENNETT, CRIGHTON AND STREAM. 

ON MEMBERSHIP " JONES. ANDREW AND ZEISS. 

ON WAREHOUSES " ROGERS. SAGER AND GRIFFIN. 

nw fin 4 TAT "3 SAGER, C. B. PIERCE, B. A. ECKHART, ED- 

U« w±iAi« -j YTAKD L. GLASER AND W. N. ECKHARDT. 

ON CLEARING HOUSE " BARBELL, GRIFFIN AND PETTIT. 

ON MARKET REPORTS " WARE, BRADLEY AND GRIFFIN. 

oisr vinr ATTON OF RTTTB-** " J HARRIS. WARE, WHITE, BARRELL, 

ON VIOLATION OF RULES ^ ANDREW AND STREAM. 

r SICKBL, BRADLEY, PETTIT, STREAM, GEO. 

ON TRANSPORTATION " J W. PATTEN, B. A. ECKHART, E. L. MEB- 

U« IKAJM Si-UK lAiiUJN < RITT, ED. L. GLASER, AND RICHARD 

L GAMBRILL. 

ON WEIGHING " ANDREW. CRIGHTON AND HARRIS. 

ON CLAIMS " GRIFFIN. BRADLEY AND ROGERS. 

ON METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATION " BENNETT. TIETGENS AND JONES. 

ON PROVISION INSPECTION " ] ^f^S^HN'm^B^ERls.^^®' ^' ^" ^™^^^^ 

I B. A. ECKHART, ISAAC HORNER. R. 8. 
ON FLOUR INSPECTION " J. JOHNSTON, VICTOR J. PETERSEN AND 

/ JAMBS C. MURRAY. 

I SAGER. T. M. HUNTER, GEORGE B. 
ON FLAXSEED INSPECTION " -^ ALT, J. H. MILNE AND P. H. BSCHEN- 

I BURG. 
ON OTHER INSPECTION " STREAM, HARRIS AND WARE. 

^^s^E^E^D^^^'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ " \''l-^''EiS:l\tI^iiil:l^G^BSi 

/ BEBGAND GEO. A. WEGENER. 

ON INSOLVENCIES " JONES, CRIGHTON AND BENNETT. 



INSPECTORS: 

INSPECTOR AND REGISTRAR OF PROVISIONS JOHN A. TOBBY. 

INSPECTOR^ OF FLOUR JOHN T. CANVIN. 

INSPBCTORiAND REGISTRAR OF FLAXSEED CHARLES F. LIAS . 

INSPECTORT9F HAT HENRY B. WHITESIDE. 

WEIGHER OF PACKING HOUSE PRODUCT JOHN A. TOBBY. 

WEIGHER OF OTHER COMMODITIES H. A. FOSS. 



COMMITTEE OP ARBITRATION: 



Term Expiring J 907. 
JAMES R. DALTON, FRED W. SCOTT, 

JULIAN M. MCDBRMID, JOHN G. WALTERS, 
EDWARD P. McKBNNA. 



TERM EXPIRING 1908. 

J. C. WOOD, FRANK B. BICE, 

GEO. A. WEGENER, CH AS. P. R ANDALL, 

FRANK G. ELY. 



committee op appeals 

Term Expiring 1907. 
A.GERSTENBERG. WILLIAM J. NYE, 
JAMES B. GK)DMAN, RALPH A. SCHUSTER 

WM. C. GIBHARDT. 



Term Expiring 1908. 

FRANK M. BUNCH, JOHN M. SCHAACK, 

WM. G. HUSBAND. FKED. H. BABCOCK, 

BENJ. B. BROWN. 



In n^etnorlatti* 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OP TRADE WHO DIED DURING 1905. 



CHARLES D. HAMILL, January 11. 
GEORGE H. MARTIN, JANUARY 14. 
OLE A. THORPE, January 25. 
ALBERT SCHWILL, April 24. 
ALBERT S ECKEL, April 29. 
JOHN VALIANT, May 21. 
W. D. HILLABRANT, May 22. 
ARTHUR ORR, Jr., June 1. 
JULIUS SCHWABACHER, June 14. 
BLACKMAN N. FOSTER, June 30. 
GEORGE P. BRAUN, July 14. 
THOMAS A. TAYLOR, July 19. 
GEORGE W. HUNT, July 21. 
HENRY T. GUBBINS, July 23. 
JACOB WILLIAMS, July 27. 
SAMUEL A. McCLEAN, Jr., August 29. 
RENSSELAER D. HUBBARD, August 29. 
MICHAEL CONSIDINE, September 11. 
JAMES T. RAWLEIGH, September 28. 
JAMES C. KING, November 1. 
IRA J. MASON, November 2. 
JOHN BEGGS, November 12. 
LEWIS B. MITCHELL, December 16. 
WELLINGTON B. FORSYTH, December 25. 
IRA S. YOUNGLOVE, December 29. 



GENERAL REVIEW 



Hon. William S. Jackson, President of the Board of Trade 
of the City of Chicago: 

Sir: — Herewith you will please find report of the Board of 
Trade of the City of Chicago for the year ended December 
31, 1905. 

The year 1905 closes with a record of general prosperity in 
all departments of business throughout the states. The crops 
of 1904 were abundant and poured into the lap of the nation an 
immense wealth. The official estimate of the value of the prod- 
ucts of the farm for that year was $4,900,000,000. This tremen- 
dous amount furnished employment to countless hands, a steady 
and strong demand for merchandise of every sort, funds for mon- 
eyed institutions, incentives to enterprise on every hand, and that 
which is of supreme importance — confidence that all business 
obligations would be promptly discharged. That confidence 
was strengthened by a well grounded impression that in spite of 
a widespread prosperity and ample funds, business was con- 
ducted on the whole with caution. 

A series of remarkably prosperous years has not debauched 
the public mercantile mind. This general feeling of steadiness and 
confidence in financial and industrial circles was not only undis- 
turbed as the months of the year passed, but the situation became 
stronger, as indications pointed to the crops of 1905 as unpre- 
cedented in value. Even then, strange to say, there appeared 
no disposition to abandon the safe path in monetary and com 
mercial affairs. 

CHICAGO in the LEAD. 

Chicago has maintained its ascendency among the great 
food markets of the world. Her receipts of wheat, corn, oats, 
rye, barley and flour in its wheat equivalent, aggregate 296,- 

■ . XIII ■- 



XIV 

428,100 bushels, which is an increase of 31,000,000 bushels 
over corresponding receipts during the year 1904; her shipments 
of these articles during the year aggregate 212,862,238 bushels, 
var5dng slightly from the corresponding figures for 1904. Thus 
it may be seen that Chicago handled during the year about 
509,000,000 bushels of grain, counting flour in its wheat equi- 
valent. 

The number of hogs received during the year is 8,319,690, 
of cattle 3,410,469, and of sheep 4,736,558, showing an increase 
in the number of hogs of 533,149, of cattle 151,284, and of 
sheep 231,938 over like receipts during the year 1904. The 
number of hogs shipped during the year is, in round numbers, 
2,000,000, of cattle 1,400,000, and of sheep 1,356,000, showing 
an increase in the number of hogs shipped of 400,000, of cattle 
84,000, and a decrease in the number of sheep of 6,400. 

GREAT MEAT MARKET. 

Our receipts of meats, cured and "other meats," aggregate 
634,785,888 pounds, as against 408,426,000 pounds received 
during the year 1904; of lard 84,653,195 pounds, as against 
54,549,592 pounds received during the year 1904; of cheese 
85,972,114 pounds, as against 91,000,000 pounds received dur- 
ing the year 1904; and of butter 271,914,803 pounds, as against 
249,024,146 pounds received during 1904. 

Our shipments of cured and "other meats" aggregate about 
1,865,314,566 pounds, and of lard 405,629,825 pounds, showing 
an increase of 141,593,660 pounds of cured and other meats, 
and 68,839,862 of lard over the corresponding shipments of 1904. 

Our receipts of hay aggregate, in round numbers, 245,600 
tons, which are nearly the same as the receipts of 1904. The 
local demand absorbs nearly our entire supply, our shipments 
being only about 12,000 tons. This trade throughout the year 
was very satisfactory, both with regard to prices and quality. 

PREGNANT WITH MEANING. 

What this enormous volume of business means in all its 
ramifications, to railroads and steamship lines, to warehouses, 
to banks, to insurance offices, to the laborer, to employes in 
various industries, one can scarcely comprehend. Indeed, the 



XV 

marketing of the farm products of the great Valley of the Mis- 
sissippi sets in profitable and harmonious motion, directly and 
indirectly, the wheels of industry and commerce from one end 
of the country to the other; it supplies to a very large extent 
our banks with funds, the people with employment, and indi- 
rectly, though not the less emphatically, our factories and shops 
with customers for their fabrics; it sustains countless industries 
and enterprises all along the wonderful pathway of commerce 
from prairie to port; it supplies vessels on the high seas and the 
great lakes with millions of tonnage. 

Our 214,000 miles of railways are in largest measure sup- 
ported by the carriage of the agricultural products of the great 
Valley of the Mississippi for distribution to eastern and southern 
markets both for domestic consumption and for export, and in 
turn by the transportation of an almost endless variety of manu- 
factures demanded by a wonderful and pervading agricultural 
prosperity. 

WEALTH OF FARM PRODUCTS. 

The agricultural products of the United States constitute 
the lifeblood of our inland commerce and the chief factor in our 
foreign trade; they lie at the very basis of our commercial and 
industrial life. The rewards of the agriculturist, both pecuniary 
and economic, are the legitimate and logical result of an enter- 
prising and intelligent industry pursued upon a generous soil, 
under the inspiration of a government created and administered 
by the people. Through the facilities furnished by the Chicago 
Board of Trade and kindred organizations, ready money — inde- 
pendent of existing market conditions, such as an immediate 
consumptive demand — is furnished to farmers and country 
dealers, enabling them to meet promptly their varied obligations 
incident to constantly recurring and increasing wants. This 
money circulates without interruption through the arteries of our 
far-reaching commercial and industrial life and sustains in a large 
degree our wholesale trade in all departments of business. 

nation's great asset. 
The tangible assets of the United States are not in Wall 
street or in the hands of money-holders anywhere; they are 
found in our agricultural resources made available for the com- 



XVI 

mon welfare by skilled labor and by an ambitious and public- 
spirited citizenship. This is, to be sure, a truism of political 
economy, but nevertheless, in view of recent startling and 
demoralizing revelations in the realms of finance, there is need 
of placing upon this fact special emphasis, and of giving deserved 
prominence to those great commercial organizations whose 
primary and. supreme function it is to market the agricultural 
products of the country; to bring buyer and seller together on 
an equitable basis; to obtain and disseminate valuable economic 
information concerning the grain markets of the world, not in 
the interest of the seller or of the buyer exclusively, but in order 
to arrive at a fair price upon the basis of the world's food supply 
and the world's food needs. All this information is given by 
these associations to the public without charge. No agencies 
exert a more beneficent influence upon the general commercial 
and industrial welfare than do the grain, produce and provision 
exchanges of the United States. No other department of busi- 
ness is subject to so searching and so severe a scrutiny as the 
business conducted under the rules of these organizations; no 
business is more vitally allied to the various industries and com- 
merce of our city and of the country. These institutions repre- 
sent wealth producers and not wealth manipulators. 

POWERS THAT ARE INVOKED. 

Point me to any institution or department of business that 
more zealously and honorably promotes the common commercial 
and industrial welfare. Boards of trade marshal the forces of 
individual capacity, the resources of the field and of the mine; 
they call forth for the common good the latent forces of mind 
and of matter, and are constantly creating facilities for the saving 
of time, for reducing expenses in the distribution of merchandise 
and minimizing risks of business transactions; they study and 
solve the problems which a keen and educated competition pre- 
sents; they take a wide outlook in carrying out their purposes, 
keeping in view not alone one market, one state or one country, 
but planning and legislating for a world-wide commerce. 

Nature in the year 1905 extended to the husbandman a 
prodigal hospitality. The estimates of the Secretary of Agri- 
culture of the value and volume of the crops are as follows: 



xvn 

BUSHXIiS. VALUE. 

Corn 2,708,000,000 $1,210,000,000 

Wheat 684,000,000 525,000,000 

Oats 939,000,000 282,000,000 

Potatoes 260,850,300 138,000,000 

Barley 133,000,000 58,000,000 

Hay 605,000,000 

HUGE FARM VALUES. 

Secretary Wilson reports that the total value of farm pro- 
ducts for the last year was $6,415,000,000, and that "every 
sunset during the last five years has registered an increase of 
$3,400,000 in the value of the farms of this country, and every 
month has piled this value upon value until it has reached 
$102,000,000,000. That portion of the national debt bearing 
interest is equaled by the increased value of farms in nine 
months, and the increase for a little over a year balances the 
entire interest and non-interest bearing debt of the United 
States." Farm crops have never before been harvested at such 
a high general level of production and value. 

The industries of the United States utilizing agricultural 
products as materials employ 37 per cent of all the persons 
engaged in manufacturing, and the capital of these industries is 
42. 1 of the capital of all manufacturing establishments. 

VALUES ON THE FARM. 

The following table shows the average farm prices of the 
articles named on December i for the past six years, as reported 
by the Department of Agriculture: 

BUSHELS. 1905 1904 1903 1902 1901 1900 

Wheat 78.2 92.4 69.3 63.0 62.4 61.9 

Corn 41.2 44.1 42.5 40.3 60.5 35.7 

Oats 29.1 31.3 34.1 30.7 39.9 25.8 

Rye 60.7 68.8 54.5 50.8 55.7 51.2 

Barley 40.3 42.0 45.6 45.8 45.2 40.8 

' Flaxseed 95.0 99.3 

Buckwheat 58.7 62.2 60.7 59.5 56.3 55.7 

Potatoes ...61.7 45.3 61.4 47.1 76.7 43.1 

Hay, per ton $8.52 $8.72 $9.08 $9.06 $10.01 $8.89 

RANGE OF PRICES. 

The following is a statement showing the highest and lowest 
cash prices in the Chicago market of the articles mentioned, and 
the months in which they occurred, for the twelve months ended 
December 31, 1905, with the corresponding figures for the 
year 1904: 



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"Wheat 


1905... 


Wheat 


1904... 


Corn, . 


.1905... 


Corn, . 


.1904... 


Oats, . 


.1905... 


Oats, . 


.1904... 


Rye,.. 


.1905... 


Bye, .. 


.1904... 


Flax, . 


.1905... 


Flax, . 


.1904... 


Pork, . 


.1905... 


Pork, . 


.1904... 


Lard, . 


.1905... 


Lard, . 


.1904... 


Ribs, . 


.1905... 


Bibs, . 


.1904... 



Months the Lowest Prices 
were reached. 

August 

January 

January and December 

January 

September 

October and December 

August 

January 

October 

January 

April 

September 

January 

May 

January 

May 



Range for the 
entire year. 



77%® 1 24 



42 @ 
42M@ 
25 @ 

57/2® 
51 ' 



92 

97 

11 70 

10 60 

6 55 

6 15 



22 
64 J6 

58^ 

3454 

46 

84 

81 

47 

28 



® 1 
@ 1 
@16 50 
®16 50 
@ 8 10 
@ 7 921^ 
6 12J6® 9 00 
6 00 @ 8 25 



Months the Highest 
Prices were reached. 



February. 

Sept., Oct. and Dec. 

May. 

November. 

July. 

February. 

May. 

November. 

May and June. 

September. 

October. 

February. 

August. 

February. 

August. 

October. 



Some instances of bankruptcy have occurred as the results 
either of an indisposition or an inability to conform to modern 
business methods. With the exception of some startling reve- 
lations concerning men occupying positions of trust, the year 
has not disclosed any marked unfavorable features. 

NOTABLE DECISION RENDERED. 

Thanks to the efforts of our attorney, Henry S. Robbins, 
the Supreme Court of the United States rendered a decision 
upholding the legality of our future or time trading, our clearing 
house, our system of settlement by offset, and sustaining the 
Board of Trade's property right in its quotations and enjoining 
their use in bucketshops. This important decision is the result 
of litigation comprising thirteen suits brought by bucketshops 
against the Board and twenty-six suits brought by the Board 
against purloiners of our quotations. 

In 1902 a large number of injunction suits were brought 
against the President of the Board and others to enjoin the 
signing down of margins. The Supreme Court of the State of 
Illinois last October upheld in the broadest terms the validity of 
our margin rule and ordered that the injunction suits be dissolved. 
Thus was brought to naught the persistent and protracted 
attempt to set aside the rule of the Board providing for the 
indorsing of margin certificates in case of dispute. 

In litigation covering a period of six years the Board has 
never lost a case in a court of last resort. 

With crops unprecedented in volume and in value, with a 
widespread distribution of surplus earnings^ with a prevailing 



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conservatism in business affairs, with the ban of the law on 
bucketshop trading, we cross the threshold of the new year with 
gratifying prospects. 

The following is a statement of the wheat crop of the 
countries named from 1 901 to 1905, inclusive, furnished by the 
United States Department of Agriculture: 



WHEAT CROP OF COUNTRIES NAMED, 1901-1905. 



COUNTRIES. 



United States 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Best of Canada 

Total Canada 

Mexico 

Total North America.., 

Chile 

Argentina 

Uruguay 

Total South America rr. 

Great Britain , 

Ireland 

Total United Kingdom . 

Norway 

Sweden 

Denmark 

Netherlands 

Belgium 

France 

Spain 

Portugal 

Italy 

Switzerland 

Germany 

Austria 

Hungary 

Croatia-Slavonia 

Bosnia-Herzegovina 

Total Austria-Hungary 

Roumania 

Bulgaria 

Servia 

Montenegro 

Turkey in Europe 

Greece 



1901. 



Bushels. 
748,460,000 



22,118,000 
52,094,000 
16.000,000 



90,212,000 



12,021,000 



850.693,000 



9,000,000 

74,753,000 

3,664,000 



87,417,000 



54,111,000 
1.470,000 



55,581,000 



300,000 

4,193.000 

942,000 

4,231,000 

14,143,000 

310,938,000 

136,905,000 

10,000,000 

164,587,000 

4,400,000 

91,817,000 



44,027,000 

123,936,000 

10,693,000 

2,244,000 



180,900,000 



72,386,000 
24,000,000 

8,102,000 

200,000 

22,000,000 

6.400.000 



1902. 



Bush f Is. 
670,063,000 



1903. 



Bushels. 
637,822,000 



26,904,000 
54,750,000 
17,000,000 



98.654.000 



8,477,000 



777,194,000 



10,641,000 

56,380,000 

7,604,000 



74,625,000 



58,463.000 
1,602,000 



60,065,000 



265.000 

4,757,000 

4,528,000 

5,105,000 

14,521,000 

327,841.000 

133,523,000 

10,400,000 

136,210,000 

4,200,000 

143,315,000 



49,655,000 

170,884,000 

12,017,000 

2,466,000 



235,022,000 



76,220,000 
35,000,000 
11,409,000 
200,000 
25,000,000 
7.000,000 



22,583,000 
41,381,000 
20,000,000 



83,964,000 



10,493,000 



732.279.000 



10,011,000 

100,636,000 

5,240.000 



115.890.000 



49,144,000 
1,176,000 



50,330,000 



307,000 

5,538,000 

4,461,000 

4,258,000 

12,350,000 

364,320.000 

128,979,000 
8,000,000 

184,451,000 
4,000,000 

130,626,000 



1904. 



Bushels. 
552,400,000 



13,030,000 
40,397,000 
23,000,000 



76,427,000 



9,000,000 



637,837,000 



17,948,000 

120,598,000 

7,565,000 



146,111,000 



38,043,000 
1,040,000 



39,083,000 



46,198.000 

161,958,000 

14,664,000 

4,036,000 



226,856,000 



73.700,000 
36,000,000 
10,885,000 
200,000 
26,000,000 
8.000.000 



212,000 

5,417,000 

4,302,000 

4,423,000 

13,817,000 

298,826,000 

95,377.000 

6,500,000 

150,664,000 

4,000.000 

139.803,000 



53,734,000 

137,078,000 

9,841,000 

3,882,000 



204,535,000 



53,738,000 
42,000,000 
11,700,000 
200,000 
23,000,000 
6,000,000 



1905. 



Bushel*. 
692.979,000 



22,195,000 

57,500.000 
30,000,000 



109,695,000 



6,000.000 



808,674,000 



14,700,000 

154,420,000 

6,000,000 



175,120,000 



60,759,000 
1,300,000 



62,059,000 



300,000 

5.419,000 

4,500,000 

4,40(1,000 

13,000.000 

338,785,000 

83.605,000 

5,000,000 

160,000.000 

4,000,000 

135.917,000 



54,466,000 

157,512,000 

12,668,000 

3,000.000 



227,646,000 



100,000,000 

39,000.000 

12,300,000 

200,000 

20,000,000 

6,000,000 



XX 



WHEAT CROP OF COUNTRIES NAMED, 1901-1905— Cont'd. 



COUNTRIES. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 




319,991,000 

14.409,000 

67,232,000 

140,000 


463,258,000 

20,349,000 

77,069,000 

79.000 


454.596,000 

19.255,000 

77,941,000 

150.000 


519,964,000 

21,241.000 

81,132,000 

150,000 


451,327,000 


Poland 

North Caucasus 


20,238.000 
96,817.000 


Finland 


150,000 






Total Russia in Europe. . 


401,772,000 


560,755,000 


551,942,000 


622.48 r.OOO 


568,532,000 


Total Eurone 


1,513,797,000 


1,795,336,000 


1.831,193,000 


1,726,084,000 


5,790.693,000 






Siberia 


16,504,000 

9.645.000 

35,000.000 


30,796,000 
15,897,000 
38,025,000 


48,670,000 
20,995,000 
40,437,000 


31,590,000 
12.822.000 
42,000,000 


42,412.000 


P.PTitral Asia 


25,491,000 


TTanspauf asia 


40.000.000 






Total Russia in Asia 


61,149,000 


84,718.000 


110,102,000 


86,412,000 


107,903,000 


T'nrlrpv in Asia 


30,000,000 

1.943,000 

15,200,000 

264,825.000 

22,457,000 


35.000,000 

1,181,000 

13,600,000 

227.380.000 

20,243,000 


33,000,000 

812,000 

16,000.000 

297,601,000 

9,600,000 


3:^,000,000 

2.241,000 

16,000,000 

359,936,000 

21,000,000 


33.000,000 


nvriTns 


1,969,000 


Persia 


16,000,000 


"Rritish India 


281.263.000 


Japan 


16,000.000 


Total Asia 


395,674.000 


382,122,000 


467,115,000 


518,589,000 


456,135,000 






Algeria 


32,244,000 
4,428,000 

12,000,000 
2,000,000 


33.896.000 
4,127,000 

12,000,000 
2,000,000 


34,035,000 
7,523,000 

11,000.000 
1,755.000 


26,087,000 

10,519,000 

12,000,000 

2,000,000 


30.000,000 


Tunis 

Egypt..- 


7,500,000 

12,000,000 

2.000,000 






Total Africa 


50,672,000 


5a,023,000 


54,313,000 


50,606.000 


41,500,000 






Wp<5t Australia 


799,000 

11,608.000 

1,232,000 

16,683,000 

18,410,000 

1,145,000 

6,733,000 


963,000 

8,265,000 

1,746,000 

15,275,000 

12,510,000 

994,000 

4,174,000 


1,017,000 
6,555,000 
6,000 
1,635,000 
2,650,000 
905,000 
7,693.000 


1,935,000 
13,626,000 

2,514,000 

28,196,000 

29,425,000 

793,000 

8,140.000 


2,077,000 




12,464.000 


New South Wales 

ViPt-oTia 


2,217,000 

16.983,000 

21,666,000 

818,060 


Tasmania 




9,411,000 




Totfil Australasia 


56,010,000 


43,927,000 


20,461.000 


84,628.000 


65,626.000 







RECAPITULATION BY CONTINENTS. 



North America 
South America. 

Europe 

Asia 

Africa 

Australasia — 

Total 



850,693,000 

87,417,000 

1,513,797,000 

395,574.000 
50.672,000 
56.610,000 



2,954,763,000 



777,194.000 

74,635,000 

1.795.336,000 

382.122.000 
52.023,000 
43,927,000 



3,125,227,000 



732,279,000 

115,890,000 

1,831,193.000 

467,115,000 

54,313,000 

20,461,00'J 



3,221,2.51,000 



637,827,000 

146,111,000 

1,726,084.000 

518.589,000 

50,606,000 

84.628,000 



3,163,845,000 



808,674,000 

175,120.000 

1.790,693,000 

456,135,000 

41,500,000 

65,626,000 



3,337,748,000 



XXI 



The following is a statement of the corn crop of the 
countries named from 1900 to 1904, inclusive, furnished by the 
United States Department of Agriculture: 



CORN CROP OF COUNTRIES NAMED, 1900- 1904. 



Countries. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


United States 


Bushels. 
2,105,103,000 
27,947,000 
92,204,000 


Bushels. 

1,522.520.000 
25,621,000 
93,459,000 


Bushels. 
2,523,648,000 
21,159,000 
78,099,000 


Bushels. 
2,244,177,000 
30,211,000 
90,000,000 


Bushels. 
2,467,481,000 


Canada (Ontario) 

Mexico 


20,880.000 
90,000.000 






Total North America 


2,225,254,000 


1,641,600,000 


2,622,906,000 


2.364.388,000 


2,578,361,000 


Chile 


1.500,000 

55,612,000 

3,035,000 


1,500,000 

98,842.000 

5.576,000 


666,000 

84,018,000 

5,060,000 


1,118,000 

148,422.000 

5,289,000 


1,477.000 


Argentina 


175,189.000 


Uruguay 


3,035,000 






Total South America. 


60,147,000 


105,918,000 


89,944,000 


154,829,000 


179,701.000 


France 

Spain 


22,232,000 
26,016,000 
16,000,000 
87,969,000 


26,393,000 

25,769,000 

15,000,000 

100,455,000 


24,928,000 
25,273.000 
16.000,000 
71,038,000 


25,360,000 
18,759.000 
14,000,000 
88,990,000 


23,000,000 
21,300,000 


Portugal 


15,000,000 


Italy 


87.000,000 


Austria 

Hungary 


15,446,000 

127,656,000 

18,691,000 


17,535,000 

127.389,000 

20,469.000 


13,462,000 

104,546,000 

15,255,000 


16,056,000 

135.751.000 

23,918,000 


12,529,000 
59,400,000 


Croatia-Slavonia 


11,434.000 


Total Anstria-Iungary 


161.793,000 


165,393.000 


133,263,000 


175,725,000 


83,363,000 


Roumania 


85,047,000 
18,000,000 
18,472.000 
34,256,000 


116.945.000 
25.000,000 
18,849,000 
68,400,000 


68,447.000 
18,109,000 
18,396,000 
48,647,000 


80,272.000 
22,836,000 
19,479,000 
50,732.000 


19.598,000 


Bulgaria and B. Ronmelia 

Servia 


18,000,000 
9,498,000 


!^ussia 


26,032.000 






Total Europe 


469,785,000 


563.194,000 


424,090,000 


496,153,000 


302,791,000 


Algeria 


350,000 

25,000,000 

2,000,000 


529.000 

30,000,000 

2,000,000 


556.000 

30,000,000 

2,000,000 


435.000 

30,000,000 

3,502,000 


410.000 


Egypt 

Cape Colony 


30,000.000 
3,000,000 






Total Africa 


27.350,000 


32,529.000 


32.556,000 


33,937,000 


33,410,000 


Australasia 


10,025,000 


10,168.000 


7.847,000 


5,615,000 


10.519.000 







BECAPITDLATION BY CONTINENTS. 



North America 

South America 


2,225,254,000 

60,147,000 

469,785,000 

27.350,000 

10,025,000 


1,641,600.000 

105.918,000 

562,194,000 

32,529.000 

10.168,000 


2,622.906 000 

89,944.000 

424,090,000 

32.556.000 

7.847.000 


3,364,388.000 

154.829,000 

496,153,000 

33,937,000 

5.615,000 


2.578,361,000 

179,701,000 

302.791.C00 

33,410,000 

10,519,000 


Europe 

Africa 


Australasia 




Total 


2,792,561,000 


2,352,409.000 


3,177,343,000 


3,054,922,000 


3,104,782,000 



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xxn 



--^^■^■V -\3"«W 



The following is a statement of the oat crop of countries named 
from 1 90 1 to 1905, inclusive, furnished by the United States De- 
partment of Agriculture : 

OAT CROP OF COUNTRIES NAMED, 1901-1905. 



Countries. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


United States 


Bushels. 
736,809,000 


Bushels. 
987,843,000 


Bushels. 
784,094,000 


Bushels. 
894,596,000 


Bushels. 
953,216,000 


Ontario 

Manitoba 

Northwest Territories 

Rest of Canada 


80,803,000 
28,673,000 
11,463,000 
50,000,000 


109,786,000 
35,565,000 
10.997,000 
50,000,000 


113,337.000 
34,077,000 
14,627,000 
50,000,000 


105,393,000 
37.434.000 
16,850,000 
50,000,000 


108,890,000 
45,000,000 
18,HOO,000 
50,000,000 


Total Canada 


170,939,000 


206,348,000 


212,041,000 


209,677,000 


231,890,000 






Total North America 


907,748,000 


1,194,191,000 


996,135,000 


1,104,273,000 


1,175,106,000 


Great Britain 

Ireland 


113,576,000 
62.240,000 


134,493,000 
65,570,000 


128,611.000 
58,816,000 


131,423,000 
60,142,000 


120,106,000 
60.754,000 


Total United Kingdom . . 


175,816,000 


200,063,000 


187,427,000 


191,565,000 


180,860.000 


Sweden 

Denmark 

Netherlands 

Belgium 


55,;i42,000 
37,409,000 
18.485,000 
36.820,000 

225,283,000 
22.788,000 
15,000,000 

485,716,000 


57,323.000 
40,822;000 
19.241.000 
45,588,000 

276,948,000 
23,349,000 
13,000,000 

514,452,000 


59,641,000 
41,176,000 
20,112,000 
48.345.000 

300,366,000 
23,943,000 
16,000.000 

542,432,000 


50,117,000 
38,183,000 
18,593,000 
37,499,000 

257,811,000 
18,500,000 
14,000,000 

477,852,000 


61,363,000 
37,000.000 
16,000,000 
37,000,000 


France 

Spain 


282,642,000 
16,500,000 


Italy 


16,000,000 
451,017,000 


Austria 

Hungary 

Croatla-Slavonia 


118,191,000 

68.083,000 

5,814,000 


125,473,000 

83,807,000 

6,301.0U0 


128,330,000 

87,334,000 

7,330,000 


109,611,000 

62,775,000 

4.907,000 


133,886,000 

78,009,000 

6,456,000 






Total Austria-Hungary. 


192.088,000 


214.581,000 


222,994.000 


177,293,000 


208.351,000 


Roumania 

Bulgaria 


16,540,000 
8,000,000 


21,905.000 
10,000,000 


33,108,000 
11,000,000 


13,608.000 
8.000,000 


18,973,000 
10,000.000 


Russia proper 

Poland 

North Caucasus 


527,576,000 
56,150.000 
11,932,000 


807,888,000 
63,167,000 
16.112,000 


650,405,000 
58,745.000 
18,939,000 


1,006,102,000 
44,393,000 
14,593,000 


767.544.000 
61.933,000 
33,229.000 






Total Russia in Europe.. 


595,658,000 


887,167,000 


728,089.000 


1,065.088,000 


851,706,000 


Total Europe 


1,884,945,000 


2,324,439,000 


2.233.632,000 


2,367,108,000 


2,187,412.000 






Siberia 


21,569,000 
6.870,000 


34,078,000 
9,433,000 


60,352.000 
11,342,000 


51,161.000 
8,014,000 


70,671,000 
14,378,000 


Total Russia in Asia 


28,439,000 


43,611,000 


71,694,000 


59,175,000 


84,949,000 


Total Asia 


28,439.000 


43,511,000 


71,694,000 


59,175,000 


84,949,000 






Algeria 


7,623,000 
1,750,000 


8,732,000 
1,750,000 


7,976,000 
2,503,000 


6,616,000 
2,000,000 


6,000,000 


Cape Colony 


2,000,000 






Total Africa 


9,373,000 


10,482,000 


10,479,000 


8,616,000 


8,000,000 






West Australia 


90,000 

378,000 

8,000 

612,000 

9,884,000 

1,451,000 


164,000 

484,000 

44,000 

709,000 

6,937,000 

1,756,000 


173,000 

640,000 

1.000 

363,000 

4,542,000 

1,808,000 


267,000 

931,000 

73,000 

1,292,000 

13,858,000 

1,673,000 


233,000 


South Australia 


573,000 


Queensland 


16,000 




673,000 


Victoria 


6,353,000 
1,216,000 




12,423,000 


10,094,000 


7,527,000 


18,094,000 


9,064,000 








19,687,000 


15,519,000 


22,452,000 


15,583,000 


15,012,000 




32,110,000 


25,613,000 


29,979,000 


33,677,000 


24,076,000 



RECAPITULATION BY CONTINENTS. 



North America. 

Europe 

Asia 

Africa 

Australasia. ... 



Total . 



907,748,000 

1,884,945.000 

28,439,000 

9,373,000 

32,110,000 



2,862,615,000 



1,194,191,000 

2,324,439,000 

43,511,000 

10,482.000 

25,613,000 



3,698,230,000 



996,135.000 

2,233,632,000 

71,694,000 

10.479,000 

29,979,000 



3,341,919,000 



1,104,273.000 
2,367.108,000 

59.175,000 
8,616,000 

33.677,000 



3,572,849,000 



1,175,106,000 
2,187,413,000 

84,949,000 
8,000,000 

24,076,000 



3,479,543,000 



xxm 



The following is a statement of the rye crop of the countries 
named from 1 901 to 1905, inclusive, furnished by the United States 
Department of Agriculture: 

RYE CROP OF COUNTRIES NAMED, 1901-1905. 



Country. 


1901 


1902 


1903 


1904 


1905 


United States. . . 


Bushels. 
30,345,000 


Bushels. 
33,631,000 


Bushels. 
29,363,000 


Bushels. 
27,242,000 


Bushels 
28 486 000 






Ontario 

Manitoba 

Best of Canada 


2,62.5,000 

64.000 

800,000 


3,620,000 

51,000 

800,000 


3,064,000 

51,000 

800,000 


2,065.000 
130,000 
800.000 


1,769,000 
64,000 




800.000 


Total Canada 


3.489,000 


4.471,000 


3,915,000 


2.995,000 


2,633,000 


Total North America. . . . 


33,834,000 


38,102,000 


33,378,000 


30,237,000 


31,119,000 


United Kingdom 


2,000,000 
21,771.000 
16,605.000 
14,180,000 
25,045,000 
58,198,000 
28,370,000 
4,000,000 
321,350.000 


2,000,000 
23.293.000 
18,779,000 
13,971,000 
22,374,000 
47,051,000 
26,187.000 

3,200,000 
373 768.000 


2,000,000 
23,360,000 
19,305,000 
13,973,000 
21,756,000 
57,951,000 
22,511,000 

4,000.000 
389,933,000 


2,000,000 
20.960,000 
16,546.000 
13.517,000 
21,988,000 
52,141,000 
14,200,000 

3,000,000 
396,675.000 


2,000,000 
25,203,000 
17,000.000 
13,500,000 V 
21,000,000 
60,267,000 . 
13.500,000 

4,000,000 
378,204,000 


Sweden 

Denmark 

Netherlands 

Belgium 

France 

Spain 

Italy 

Germany , 


Austria 

Hungary 

Croatia-Slavonia 


75,514,000 

40,883,000 

2,774,000 


82,483,000 

49,458.000 

3,049,000 


81.130,000 

47,355,000 

3,386,000 


91,685,000 

43,880,000 

2,038,000 


98,192,000 

54,089,000 

2,838,000 


Total Austria-Hungary. 


119,171,000 


134,989.000 


131,871,000 


137,603,000 


155,119,000 


Roumania 

Bulgaria 


9,573.000 
7.000.000 


6,958,000 
8,000,000 


7,145,000 
8,000,000 


2,201,000 
11,000,000 


7,300.000 
10,000.000 


Eussia proper 

Poland..... 

North Caucasus 


680,205,000 

50,781,000 

7,937,000 


810,537,000 

75.257,000 

8,654,000 


803,296,000 

69,100,000 

7,498,000 


893,205,000 

76,606.000 

8,179;000 


629,670,000 

69,087,000 

9,950,000 




Total Russia in Europe. . 


738,923,000 


894,448,000 


879,894.000 


977.990,000 


708,707.000 


Total Europe 


1,366,186,000 


1,574.018,000 


1,581,689.000 


1,669,231.000 


1,415,800,000 


Siberia 

Central Asia 


15,620,000 
382,000 


23,080,000 
1.489,000 


30,982,000 
1,066,000 


29,360,000 
1,088.000 


28,044,000 
689,000 


Total Russia in Asia 


16,002,000 


24,569,000 


32,048,000 


30,448,000 


28,733,000 


Grand total 


1,416,022,000 


1,636,689.000 


1,647,015,000 


1,729,906,000 


1,475,652,000 



XXIV ! - 

The following is a statement of the conditions of farm animals on 

April I, 1906, furnished by the United States Department of Agri- 
culture: 

CONDITION OF FARM ANIMALS ON APRIL i, 1906, AND 
ESTIMATED LOSSES DURING THE YEAR 
ENDING MARCH 31, 1906. 



states and Ter- 
ritories. 



HORSES. 




Estimated 




losses from 




disease. 


a 






-*j 


U 





a 


s> 




0) 


.0 


.t^ 





a 


a 


to 







d, 


•z 


u 



CATTLE. 



Estimated 
losses. 



1 


M 


cui, 


■^q- 


3'i 


as 





0™ 


1^ a 


fi 


j^ 


^ 



Cj 00 

as 



SHEEP. 



Estimated 
losses. 



oa 



a s 

P O w 



as 

2« 



as 





SWINE. 




Estimated 




losses from 




disease. 


c 






+i 


^^ 





a 


<D 




i> 


J2 




CJ 


a 


■a 


u 


a 


V 







CU 


^ 






'Si 

« e 



Maine 

New Hampshire. 

Vermout 

Massachusetts. . . 
Rhode Island.... 

Connecticut 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania . . . 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 

North Carolina. . 
South Carolina. . 

Greorjria 

Florida , 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Louisiana , 

Texas 

Arkansas , 

Tennessee , 

West Virginia..., 

Kentucky 

Ohio 

Michigan 

Indiana , 

Illinois 

Wisconsin 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri , 

Kansas 

Nebraska 

South Dakota ... 
North Dakota.. 

Montana 

Wyoming 

Colorado , 

New Mexico 

Arizona , 

Utah 

Nevada , 

Idaho 

Washington 

Oregon 

California , 

Oklahoma 

Indian Territory. 

United States.. 



1.0 

1.6 

1.4 

1.3 

1.1 

1 

1.5 

1.7 

1.5 

1.8 

1.9 

16 

1.8 

2.0 

2.1 

3.0 

3.5 

3.8 

3.5 

3.3 

3.6 

1.8 

1.5 

2.0 

1.8 

1.6 

1.5 

1.6 

1.5 

1.7 

1.3 

1.6 

1.5 

1.8 

16 

1.5 

3.0 

1.4 

3 ' 

35 

4.0 

2 

2.0 

1.7 

1.7 

1.7 

1.8 

1.9 

3.8 



1.8 



1,375 

1,099 

1,285 

1,396 

147 

1,065 

10,233 

1,715 

9,843 

651 

2,976 

4,830 

3,348 

1,644 

2,896 

1,491 

3,879 

7,133 

7.689 

39,683 

7,248 

5,735 

3,637 

7,986 

16,127 

10,716 

11.737 

23,873 

8,939 

13,293 

16,317 

14,384 

15,851 

16,038 

7,626 

6,463 

4,783 

1.701 

5,699 

2,839 

4,179 

2,577 

1,839 

2,542 

4,030 

3,693 

7,194 

7.824 

5;971 



332,019 



P.c. 
98 
98 
99 
97 
98 
99 
98 
98 
98 
99 
95 
95 
97 
95 
96 
95 
94 
95 
95 
93 
88 
95 
95 
93 
97 
97 
96 
98 
98 
98 
99 
92 
97 
97 
98 
99 
97 
96 
95 
93 
97 
98 
80 
88 
95 
96 
96 
9S 
95 



96.2 i 



P.c. 


P.c. 


Number. 


P.C 


P.c 


P.c. 


Number. 


P.c. 






P.C. 


0.3 


1.0 


3,959 


96 


.5 


2.5 


8,101 


99 


1.2 


839 


98 


0.4 


1.8 


4,701 


97 


1.5 


3.4 


2,993 


99 


2.0 


1,045 


99 


0.1 


1.5 


7,979 


98 


.6 


3.0 


5,743 


97 


1.7 


1,614 


99 


0.1 


1.4 


4,149 


96 


.6 


1.5 


900 


98 


1.8 


1,320 


97 


0.1 


1.5 


551 


99 


• ■ • • 


1.5 


120 


97 


1.9 


348 


98 




1.6 


3,501 


100 


.4 


2.4 


950 


99 


2.0 


948 


99 


0.2 


1.6 


45,273 


97 


.5 


3.0 


24,884 


97 


1.9 


13.965 


98 


0.4 


3.0 


5,678 


95 


.5 


2.0 


1,116 


95 


2.2 


3,488 


98 


0.3 


1.5 


33,077 


96 


1.4 


3.3 


39,674 


96 


2.3 


23,993 


97 


0.8 


3.1 


1,386 


96 


.9 


2.5 


408 


94 


3.0 


1.381 


97 


1.0 


1.3 


5.048 


96 


2.0 


3.5 


7,419 


95 


3.5 


10,365 


97 


1.0 


1.8 


19,241 


95 


1.8 


3.0 


23,872 


93 


4.0 


31,607 


96 


1.5 


1.8 


19,095 


93 


3.0 


2.2 


9,322 


93 


5.5 


63,436 


96 


1.7 


3.3 


11,334 


91 


3.8 


2.3 


3,062 


91 


5.0 


33.345 


94 


2.5 


3.0 


36,382 


90 


3.0 


2.5 


15,064 


90 


5.5 


79,136 


96 


1.7 


3.5 


33.738 


89 


3.5 


3.0 


6,856 


94 


7.5 


29,068 


93 


3 


3.1 


38.150 


88 


5.0 


4.0 


17,604 


95 


6.0 


68,250 


93 


3.0 


3.3 


44,335 


90 


7.0 


6.0 


25,081 


90 


6.0 


71,793 


94 


5.0 


4.0 


50,748 


98 


6.0 


3.5 


17,113 


97 


13 


77,917 


99 


3.1 


3.5 


418,773 


93 


3.0 


3.0 


98,968 


95 


4.2 


109,234 


95 


3.5 


4.0 


59,978 


84 


3.5 


2.0 


15,657 


87 


8.0 


94,875 


82 


1.6 


3.1 


34.734 


92 


3.0 


3.5 


15,523 


91 


4.7 


51,830 


94 


1.2 


1.5 


13,024 


93 


2.1 


3.5 


30,145 


91 


3.1 


10,070 


96 


1.5 


2.1 


33,060 


93 


3.7 


3.0 


41,815 


90 


5.5 


77,600 


90 


0.5 


1.6 


38,096 


96 


1.0 


3.0 


119,647 


96 


5.0 


131,011 


95 


0.4 


1.3 


27,375 


96 


1.3 


2.6 


74,893 


98 


2.3 


29,363 


97 


0.6 


1.5 


34,931 


96 


1.4 


3.0 


49,431 


95 


6.0 


184,729 


95 


0.7 


1.8 


66,736 


98 


1 3 


3.0 


30,318 


96 


6.0 


281,034 


95 


0.6 


1.7 


47.065 


97 


1.0 


2.0 


27,935 


96 


3.0 


34,058 


98 


1.0 


1.7 


43,336 


98 


1.3 


1.8 


12,138 


98 


3.0 


38.818 


98 


0.6 


1.5 


93,530 


99 


0.9 


2.3 


31.452 


99 


4.5 


357.605 


99 


1.5 


3.1 


100.806 


88 


3.0 


3.3 


43,377 


91 


6.5 


228,473 


91 


1.0 


1.5 


76,994 


93 


1.5 


l.t) 


5,840 


96 


3.4 


84,855 


98 


1.7 


3.5 


133.853 


94 


3.5 


2.5 


36,669 


95 


8.8 


264,387 


95 


1.6 


1.7 


53,578 


9i5 


3.0 


3.1 


33,737 


97 


9.5 


80,293 


95 


1.0 


1.7 


19,961 


97 


1.5 


1.6 


21,.553 


98 


1.1 


2,423 


100 


2.3 


2.4 


46,814 


93 


3.3 


1.7 


281.836 


96 


4.4 


2,635 


98 


3.0 


1.4 


25,971 


93 


6.0 


1.5 


343,139 


93 


0.4 


64 


99 


2.8 


2.3 


72,472 


90 


5.0 


1.8 


114,074 


93 


3.5 


2,708 


98 


1.8 


1.5 


30,114 


93 


3.6 


1.5 


199.973 


95 


1.5 


333 


93 


1.6 


2.3 


23.663 


96 


4.0 


1.6 


41,133 


97 


3.0 


375 


98 


3.0 


1.8 


13,668 


96 


4.0 


1.5 


144,397 


99 


4 


2,408 


99 


3.5 


3.0 


23,326 


85 


7.6 


3.0 


155,439 


93 


3.0 


300 


95 


4.0 


3.0 


23,341 


89 


8 


3.5 


390,873 


90 


1.5 


1,808 


96 


3.0 


1.2 


11,909 


96 


3 7 


2.0 


39,933 


97 


1.3 


3,333 


98 


2.5 


1.7 


37,134 


95 


3.8 


3.5 


163,649 


93 


1.2 


8,163 


99 


4.0 


2.6 


87,169 


89 


7.5 


3.6 


343,343 


91 


3.2 


18,353 


95 


1.4 


2.1 


.5S,589 


92 


0.5 


1.8 


1,316 


95 


3.3 


13.103 


96 


4.0 


3.0 


36.188 


90 


3.0 


2.0 


1,136 


99 


5.5 


41,324 


95 


1.6 


3.0 


3,115.233 


93.9 


3.7 


2.2 


2,998,187 


94.6 


5.1 


3,661,310 


95.5 



P.ct 

no 
no 

109 

111 

106 
113 

112 
100 
102 
100 

103 

102 

105 

104 

100 

100 

97 

98 

101 

110 

91 

93 

99 

90 

95 

110 

103 

103 

103 

100 

101 

95 

99 

95 

106 

108 

110 

112 

103 

101 

97 

101 

105 

97 

98 

101 

98 

113 

110 



100.7 



XXV 



^FOREIGN CROP REPORT. 

The world's wheat crop of 1905 is estimated by the Hun- 
garian Ministry of Agriculture at 3,189,000,000 bushels of 60 
pounds, against 3,182,000,000 such bushels last year. 

The Hungarian estimate for rye is 1,539,000,000 bushels 
of 56 pounds, against 1,815,000,000 such bushels last year. 
The decrease, which exceeds 1 5 per cent, is attributed chiefly 
to the large deficiency in the Russian crop of this grain. Un- 
important as is the place that rye occupies among the cereals 
cultivated in the United States, it is by no means unimportant 
as a part of the world's bread supply ; nor is it without effect 
on the price obtainable for' the exportable wheat surplus of the 
United States, as was pointed out in an article entitled ' ' Influ- 
ence of rye on the price of wheat," published in the Year Book 
of the Department of Agriculture for 1900, If the wheat and 
rye crops of the world, as estimated by the Hungarian Ministry 
of Agriculture, be taken together and expressed in centals of 
100 pounds, this year's estimate for the two great bread grains 
combined will be found to be about 5 }i per cent below the esti- 
mate for last year. The following are the Hungarian estimates 
for the world's crops of the five chief cereals for this year and 
last, expressed in milHons of bushels: 

HUNGARIAN ESTIMATE OF THE WORLD'S GRAIN CROPS. 



CROPS. 


1905. 


1904. 


Wheat 


3,189-4 


3,182.0 


Rye 


1,539-3 


1,814.9 


Oats 


3,451-6 


3,768.5 


Barley - - - 


1,313.6 


1,382.5 


Corn 


3,507.7 


3,314.8 



The figures on the wheat and rye crops have already been 
discussed. Those on oats and barley make this year's crops 
smaller than those of 1904, the decrease being 8.4 per cent for 
the former and nearly 5 per cent for the latter cereal. The 
corn crop, owing to the fine condition of that grain in the United 
States, is estimated to be 5.8 per cent larger than last year's. 

♦Extract from "Crop Reporter." (United States .Department of Agriculture, 
Washington, D. C.) 



XXVI 



Taking the five crops together, the aggregate production this 
year, according to the foregoing figures of the Hungarian 
Ministry of Agriculture, is nearly 2.7 per cent less than that 
of 1904. 

CHICAGO. 

The population of Chicago is estimated at 2,019,998, The 
average population per acre is 16.08. Her area, 125,188 acres, 
or 190.7 square miles; her park area 3,180 acres. Number 
of miles of streets 2,816. The number of buildings erected 
during the year is 8,442, valued at $63,979,950. 

There are 3,046 men employed on her police force and 1,373 
men in her fire department. 

The death rate per 1,000 of the population of this city for 
the year was 13.67; of Buffalo 14.14; of Cleveland 14.60; of 
St. Louis 15.09; of San Francisco 15.35; of Cincinnati 17.20; 
of Philadelphia 17.25; of New York 18.31; of Boston 18.49; 
of Baltimore 19.44; of Pittsburg 19,60. The London death 
rate is 19.88; that of Paris 20,21; Berlin 18.70, and St. Peters- 
burg 25.02, 

The number of arrivals at the port of Chicago of all kinds 
of crafts during the year 1905 was 7,236, and the number of 
clearances 7,268. The tonnage entered and cleared during the 
year aggregated 14,740,155 tons. On page 128 may be seen a 
comprehensive and comparative statement of the tonnage in the 
foreign trade in the principal ports of the world. 

Chicago's grain receipts, and of flour in its wheat equivalent, 
aggregated for the year 296,428,101 bushels, as against 
265,500,000 bushels received during 1904, showing an increase 
over those of last year of 31,000,000 bushels, made up chiefly 
in the receipts of oats and corn. 

Our shipments for the year aggregated 212,862,239 bushels, 
as against 180,578,736 bushels shipped during the year preced- 
ing, showing as increase over those of last year of 32,343,503 
bushels. 

The number of bushels of corn received during the year 
was 110,823,444, as against 100,543,207 received during the 
year 1904 ; and the number of bushels shipped 91,153,342, as 
against 75,184,758 shipped during the year 1904. 



XXVII 



Of the quantity of corn forwarded from Chicago during the 
year, 49,772,146 bushels were shipped via the Great Lakes, as 
against 41,798,051 so shipped during 1904. 

Our receipts of wheat during the year aggregated 26,899,012 
bushels, as against 24,457,347 bushels received during 1904, and 
27,124,585 bushels received during 1903 ; and our shipments for 
the year aggregated 13,922,714, as against 17,957,416 bushels 
shipped during 1904, and 24,367,548 during 1903. Of the 
quantity forwarded from Chicago during the year 5,069,982 
bushels were shipped via the lakes, as against 5,627,386 bushels 
so shipped during 1904 ; nearly all of these shipments went to 
Buffalo and thence via canal or rail for domestic and foreign 
consumption. 

Our receipts of oats during the year aggregated 92,486,761 
bushels, as against 73,023,119 bushels received during the year 
1904, and 88,588,386 bushels received during the year 1903. 
The shipments of oats during the year aggregated 66,131,725 
bushels, as against 47,303,901 bushels shipped during 1904, and 
63,539,179 bushels during 1903. The year during which the 
largest quantity of oats was shipped from this port was that of 
1897, when 104,666,956 bushels were shipped. 

The receipts of barley during the year aggregated 28,074, 142 
bushels, as against 25,316,917 bushels received during 1904, and 
23,273,519 bushels received during 1903 ; the shipments aggre- 
gated 7,374,037 bushels, as against 5,802,856 bushels shipped 
during 1904, and 2,986,816 during 1903. This trade is gaining 
in volume and importance and is destined to attain still larger 
proportions. 

The number of cars of all kinds of grain inspected in Chi- 
cago during the year was 197,297, and the number of bushels of 
grain inspected, received in bulk by water, was 700,259, as 
against 164,868 cars, and 1,013,825 bushels, respectively, during 
the preceding year. 

The number of bushels of grain weighed by the Weighing 
Department during the year was approximately 45o,ooo,ooo — 
370,000,000 of which was forwarded by cars and the remainder 
by lake. Total number of cars of grain weighed, 321,615. 

The receipts of flaxseed during the year aggregated 2,890,241 
bushels, and the shipments 238,652 bushels, as against 3,337,313 



XXVIII 

bushels received, and 676,271 bushels shipped during 1904. 
This trade seems to be gradually diminishing owing to a variety 
of causes, chief among which is the fact that its cultivation is 
every year growing less in the regions tributary to this market. 
Its growth is exhausting to the soil, and as a consequence it is 
mainly raised on new. and virgin lands. A detailed statement 
may be found of monthly receipts and shipments for the year on 
page 90 of this report. 

The receipts of grass seeds during the year, comprising 
timothy, clover, millet, Hungarian, etc., aggregated 78,589,943 
pounds, as against 88,722,897 pounds received during the year 
preceding; 78,381,648 pounds received during the year 1903, 
and 71,093,567 pounds received during 1902. The shipments 
of such seeds during the year aggregated 54,210,439 pounds, as 
against 71, 196, 146 pounds shipped during the preceding year, 
and 76,304,807 pounds shipped during igo3. Of the quantity 
shipped during the year 39,340,166 pounds were shipped via 
eastern railway lines and 5,770,288 pounds via the Great 
Lakes, the balance went out by western roads. This trade is 
confined to a limited number of prominent seed concerns. 

The receipts of lard in Chicago during the year aggregated 
84,653,195 pounds, as against 54,549,592 pounds during 1904, 
and 35,993,461 pounds during the year 1903. The shipments 
during the year aggregated 405,629,825 pounds, as against 
336,789,963 pounds during 1904, 371,000,959 pounds during 
the year 1903, and 382,498,069 pounds during 1902. Of this 
year's shipments, 356,468,730 pounds went by eastern railway 
lines, and 1,269,200 pounds by lake. Railway lines were much 
preferred for shipping this article for many and manifest reasons. 
A considerable quantity is shipped to gulf ports for export. 
American, and especially Chicago lard, meets with great favor 
in the continental markets, and shipments are made with great 
uniformity throughout the year. 

The receipts of dressed beef during the year aggregated 
360,773,876 pounds, as against 208,204,901 pounds received 
during the year 1904, 199, 537,879 pounds received during 1903, 
and 135,372,268 pounds received during 1902. The shipments 
aggregated 1,110,371,601 pounds, as against 1,072,156,300 
pounds shipped during the year 1904, and 1,252,233,792 pounds 



XXIX 



during 1903. The trade in this article for both home and foreign 
consumption is enormous, and far in excess of that in any other 
market, at home or abroad. On page 42 may be seen a state- 
ment of receipts and shipments by months of dressed meats, 
also a statement showing the railway lines over which received 
as well as those over which shipped. 

Of meats, other than barreled pork, the receipts during the 
year aggregated 274,012,012 pounds, as against 200,221,000 
pounds received during 1904, and shipments 754,942,965 pounds, 
as against 652,564,606 pounds shipped during 1904, 580,282,643 
pounds during 1903, and 660, 680, 190 pounds shipped during 1902. 

The receipts of lumber during the year aggregated 2,193,- 
540,000 feet, and shipments 956,377,000 feet, as against 
1,670,272,000 feet received, and 821,008,000 feet shipped dur- 
ing 1904, and 1,711,348,000 feet received and 803,846,000 feet 
shipped during 1903. The number of shingles received 
during the year was 583,334,000 and the number shipped 
421,235,000, as against 450,524,000 received, and 434,- 
195,000 shipped during 1904. On pages 98, 104 and 105 
may be found complete statements showing the volume of this 
trade, Chicago is the greatest lumber market in the world. 

The receipts of cheese during the year aggregated 
85,972,114 pounds, and shipments- 69, 394, 718 pounds, as against 
90,937,788 pounds received and 66,148,937 pounds shipped 
during the year 1904, and 82,129,832 pounds received and 
57,277,361 pounds shipped during 1903. On page 100 may be 
found a detailed statement showing receipts and shipments 
during the year. 

The receipts of butter during the year aggregated 
271,914,803 pounds and shipments 254,130,889 pounds, as 
against 249,024,146 pounds received and 249,359,694 pounds 
shipped during 1904, and 232,032,484 pounds received and 
197,620,859 pounds shipped during the year 1903. On page 
100 may be seen a statement showing monthly receipts and 
shipments, and also showing the routes over which received and 
shipped. 

The number of hogs received in Chicago during the year 
aggregated 8,319,690, including the number received by the 
Omaha Packing Company, whose yards are located outside the 



XXX 

Union Stock Yards. The number of hogs shipped during the 
year was 2,028,106. The number used for city consumption 
was 6,290,432. On page 40 may be found a comprehensive 
statement of receipts and shipments of hogs during the year, 
showing monthly receipts and shipments, and also showing the 
lines of railway over which received and shipped. 

The number of sheep arrived in this market during the year 
was 4,736,558 head, and the number shipped 1,355,865 head, 
as against 4,504,630 head received and 1,362,270 head 
shipped during the preceding year, and 4,582,760 head received 
and 1,000,109 head shipped during the year 1903. The number 
of sheep used for city consumption and packing during the year, 
was 3,380,693. A complete statement showing receipts and 
shipments for the year may be found on page 41. 

The number of horses received in Chicago during the year 
was 127,250, and the number shipped 108,633, a-s against 
105,949 received and 98,032 shipped during the year preceding. 

The number of calves received in this market during the 
year was 380,835, and the number shipped 26,827, ^.s against 
267,499 received and 23,418 shipped during the preceding year. 

The receipts of cattle during the year aggregated 3,410,469 
head and shipments 1,410,213 head, as against 3,259,185 head 
received and 1,326,332 head shipped during the preceding year. 
A full statement showing monthly receipts and shipments, and 
also showing routes over which brought in and shipped out may 
be found on page 41. 

The total receipts of animals in this market comprising 
cattle, calves, hogs, sheep and horses, during the year aggre- 
gated 16,380,850 head, as against 15,376,009 head received 
during 1904, and 15,715,515 head received during 1903. The 
total shipments for the year aggregated 4,929,644 head, as 
against 4,436,072 head shipped during 1904, and 3,628,130 
head shipped during the year 1903. I refer you to pages 40 and 
41 for a statement of receipts and shipments of live stock for 
the year. 

The value of live stock received in this market during the 
year amounted to $300,472,280; the valuation of horses, 
$18,133,125; of sheep, $23,188,293; of hogs, $91,343,975; of 
cattle, $163,941,612. The live stock received in this market 
during the year was brought in 302,766 cars. 



XXXL 



The volume of our business in live stock is simply astound- 
ing, and no adequate impression can be conveyed of its import- 
ance and magnitude by a mere recital of abstract statistical 
statements. Visit the great Union Stock Yards, look over its 
500 acres, 450 of which are covered with brick or plank. Con- 
sider that there are 300 miles of railway track within the yards, 
25 miles of streets, i3,ooo pens, 25,000 gates, and you gain 
some idea of the immensity of this business reaching out into 
all the markets of the world. 

Following is the record of the clearings of the local banks 
by months during the year, as compared with those of the corre- 
sponding months in 1904: 

1905 1904 Increase 

January $814,137,382 $729,587,780 $ 84,549,593 

February 741,647,693 670,190,802 71,456,801 

March 865,505,533 764,506,371 100,999,162 

April 802,629,078 751.240,326 51,388,752 

May 838,603,289 707,965,215 130,638,074 

June 830,267,582 732,341,501 97,826,061 

July 793,947.214 704,475,097 89,472,417 

August 811,856,070 717,986,675 93,669,510 

September 833,649,523 722,214,793 111,434,730 

October ,.... 915,616,034 812,107,676 103,508,358 

November 899,288,374 817,578,744 81,709,630 

December 994,617,953 859,788,770 134,829,183 

Total $10,141,765,732 $8,989,983,764 $1,151,781,968 



XXXII 



The following table is a statement of the extreme prices in 
Chicago of wheat each year for the period of forty-one years, 
indicating the month in which such prices were obtained: 

WHEAT. 



Year. 



1885.. 
1866.. 
1867.. 
1868.. 
1869.. 
1870.. 
1871.. 
1872.. 
1873. . 
1874. . 
1875.. 
1876.. 
1877.. 
1878.. 
1879.. 
1880. . 
1881.. 
1882. . 
1883.. 
1884.. 
1886.. 
1886.. 
1887.. 
1888.. 
1889.. 
1890. . 
1891. . 
1892. . 
1893.. 
1894. . 
1895.. 
1896.. 
1897.. 
1898.. 
1899. . 
1900.. 
1901.. 
1902.. 
1903.. 
1904.. 
1905.. 



Months the lowest prices 
were reached. 



December. 
February. . 
August . . . 
November. 
December. 

April 

August 

November. 
September 
October.... 
February.. 

July 

August — 
October... 
January... 
August . . . 
January. . . 
December. 
October... 
December. 

March 

October. . . 

August 

April 

June 

February. . 

July 

October.... 

July 

July 

January. . . 
August . . . 

April , 

October . . . 
December. 
January. . . 

July 

October . . . 

March 

January... 
August . . . 



Ran^e for the 
entire year. 




,^1 55 
&2 03 
h2 85 
&2 20 
i2 47 
73i@l 81i 
99i@l 32 
01 @1 61 
89 @1 46 
81i@l 28 
83i@l 30i 



Months the h!|;hest prices 
were reached. 



January. 

November. 

May. 

July. 

August. 

July. 

Feb'y, April and Sept. 

August. 

July. 

April. 

August. 

December. 

May. 

April. 

December. 

January. 

October. 

April and Mt^. 

June. 

February. 

April. 

January. 

June. 

September. 

February. 

AugTist. 

April. 

February. 

April. 

April. 

May. 

November. 

December. 

May. 

May. 

June. 

December. 

September. 

September. 

Sept., Oct. and Dec 

February. 



XXXIII 



The following table is a statement of the extreme prices in 
Chicago of corn each year for the period of forty-one years, 
indicating the month in which such prices were obtained: 

CORN. 



Yoar. 



Months the lowest prices 
were reached. 



1855. 
1866. 
1867. 
1868. 
1869. 
1870. 
1871. 
1872. 
1873. 
1874. 
1875. 
1876. 
1877. 
1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 



December 

February 

March 

December 

January 

December 

December 

October 

June 

January 

December 

February 

March 

December , 

January 

April , 

February , 

December 

October 

December , 

January 

October..., 

February 

December 

December 

February , 

December. 

January 

December 

February 

December 

September 

January and February 

January 

December 

January 

January. 

Decembt-r 

December 

January 

January and December 



Kange for the 


entire 


year. 


38 ( 


^ 88 


3310 


|l 00 


561^ 


|l 12 


52 


^1 02i 


44 r; 


1 97i 


45 


% 94i 


39iG 


1 56i 


29i^ 


i 481 


27 (c 


V 54i 


49 


i 86 


45i0 


i 76i 


38*fi 


1 49 


37ftr< 


1 58 


291^ 


1 431 


29tG 


1 49 


31i0 


1 43f 


35i0 


1 761 


79iu 


i 81i 


46 (i 


1 70 


34i0 


1 87 


UiU 


t 49 


33i0 


% 45 


33 G 


i 514 


33ir( 


% 60 


29in 


1 60 


27J0 


1 54i 


39|^ 


i 80 


37iG 


il 00 


344^ 


1 441 


ZWi 


t 59i 


24f0 


^ 64f 


19lu 


^ 301 




21 

26 

30 @ 38i 

30i@ 49i 

36 @ 661 

43|@ 88 

41 (cD 53 
42|@ 58i 

42 @ 64i 



Months the highest prices 
were reached. 



January and February. 

November. 

October. 

August. 

August. 

May. 

March and May. 

May. 

December. 

September. 

May and July. 

May. 

April, 

March. 

October. 

November. 

October. 

July. 

January. 

September. 

April and May. 

July. 

December. 

May. 

November. 

November. 

November. 

May. 

May. 

August. 

May. . 

April. 

August. 

December. 

January. 

November. 

December. 

July. 

July and August. 

November. 

May. 



XXXIV 



The following table is a statement of the extreme prices in 
Chicago of Contract Oats each year for the period of forty-one 
years, indicating the month in which such prices were obtained: 

OATS. 



Tear. 



1865. 
1866. 
1867. 
1868. 
1869, 
1870. 
1871. 
1872. 
1873. 
1874. 
1875. 
1876. 
1877. 
1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 



Months the lowest prices 
were reached. 



December 

February 

August 

October 

October 

September 

August 

October and Novemb'r 

April 

August 

December 

July 

August 

October 

January 

August 

February 

September 

September 

December 

September 

October 

March and April 

September 

October 

February 

October 

January 

July 

January 

December 

September 

February 

August and September 

August 

August 

January 

November 

March 

October and December 
September 



Range for the 
entire j'ear. 



23 @ 

22i@ 

2zm 

23i@ 
171^ 

26 @ 
28 (3) 
21|( 
26 
16|@ 

um 

15|@ 

20J@ 

19i(d) 

21 

23i( 

29|(_ 

SliCcb 

25 ^ 



66 

44i 

90 

74 

71 

53i 

51i 

43i 

401 

71 

641 

35 

45i 

72i 

361 

35 

47| 

62 

431 

34i 

361 

35 

31i 

38 

26i 

45 

561 

341 

32i 

50 

311 

20i 

231 

32 

28i 

26i 

48i 

71 

45 

46 

341 



Months the highest prices 
were reached. 



January. 

November. 

June. 

May. 

July. 

May. 

March and April. 

June. 

December. 

July. 

May. 

September. 

May. 

July. 

December. 

January and May. 

October. 

July. 

March. 

April. 

April. 

January. 

December. 

May. 

February. 

November. 

April. 

August. 

May. 

June. 

June. 

February and March. 

December. 

May. 

February. 

June. 

December. 

July. 

July. 

February. 

July. 



XXXV 



The following table exhibits the monthly range of cash 
prices for No. 2 Rye in the Chicago market during the past 
fifteen years: 



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XXXVI 



WHEAT HARVEST CALENDAR. 

January New Zealand, Chili. 

February and March . . Upper Egypt, India. 

April Lower Egypt, India, Syria, Cyprus, Per- 
sia, Asia Minor, Mexico, Cuba. 

May Texas, Algeria, Central Asia, China, Ja- 
pan, Morocco. 

June California, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, 

North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennes- 
see, Virginia, Kentucky, Kansas, Arkan- 
sas, Utah, Colorado, Missouri, Turkey, 
Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal, South of 
France. 

July New England, New York, Pennsylvania, 

Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, 
Wisconsin, Southern Minnesota, Nebras- 
ka, Upper Canada, Roumania, Bulgaria, 
Austria, Hungary, South of Russia, Ger- 
many, Switzerland, South of England. 

August Oregon, Washington, Central and North- 
ern Minnesota, Dakota, Manitoba, Lower 
Canada, Columbia, Belgium, Holland, 
Great Britain, Denmark, Poland, Central 
Russia. 

September and October . Scotland, Sweden, Norway, North of 

Russia. 

November South Africa, Santa Fe, 

December Burmah, New South Wales, Argentina, 

Australia. 



XXXVII 

FOREIGN TRADE. 

The excess of our exports over our imports during the year 
was, in value, $401,048,595. 

The foreign commerce of the United States in merchandise 
during the year ended June 30, 1905, quoting from the Chief of 
the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Commerce and 
Labor, exceeded both in imports and exports that of any earUer 

The falling off in the exports of agricultural products and 
especially wheat and wheat flour, continues to be a marked 
characteristic of the export trade . 

The percentage which agricultural products formed of the 
total domestic exports, was in 1905, but 55.03 per cent, against 
69.73 percent in 1895, 72.96 percent in 1885 and 76.95 per 
cent in 1875. 

Comparing 1905 with 1895, the exports of manufactures 
shows an increase of practically 200 per cent, and those of 
mines, forests and fisheries, an increase of more than 100 per 
cent each, while those of agriculture have increased only 50 
per cent in the same period. 

The reductions of exports of wheat and flour cannot be 
charged to low prices, since the average price per bushel of 
wheat exports in 1905 was higher than in any year since 1898, 
and the average price per barrel of flour exported was higher 
than in any year since 1892. 

The value of our exports amounted to $1,518,561,666, 
which exceeded by 57,734,395 the value of our exports during 
the preceding year. The value of our imports and exports for 
the year amounted to $2,636,074,737. The total value of all 
agricultural products during the last fiscal year was $820, 863,405, 
as against $853,643,073 exported during the year immediately 
preceding. The steady decline in the percentage which agricul- 
tural products form of the total exports is due, says the Secretary 
of Agriculture, to the increase in the exports of other products, 
especially manufactures, rather than to any material decrease in 
the products of agriculture as a whole. 

The value of our imports of merchandise during the year 
amounted to $1,117,513,071. 



XXXVIII 



Our exports of wheat for the fiscal year ended June 30, 
1905* aggregated 4,394,402 bushels valued at $3,905,579, as 
against 44,230,169 bushels valued at $35,850,318, exported 
during the year immediately preceding, and 1 14, 181,420 bushels, 
valued at $87,795,104, exported during the year 1903. 

Our exports of corn aggregated 88,807,223 bushels, valued 
at $47,446,921, as against 55,858,965 bushels, valued at 
$30,071,334, exported during the year immediately preceding, 
and 74,833,237 bushels, valued at $40, 540,637, exported during 
the year 1903. 

The exports of oats aggregated 5,479,308 bushels, valued 
at $2,085,992, as against i, 153,714 bushels, valued at $475,362, 
exported during the year 1904, and 4,613,809 bushels, valued at 
$1,850,728, exported during the year 1903. 

The exports of flour aggregated 8,826,335 barrels, valued 
at $40,176,136, as against 16,999,432 barrels, valued at 
$68,894,836, exported during the year 1904, and 19,716,484 
barrels, valued at $73,756,404, exported during the year 1903. 

We exported more flour to Japan than to any other country, 
viz : 1,381,599 barrels, valued at $5,112,248. 

Our exports of cotton, unmanufactured, aggregated 
8,337,964 bales, or 4,304,848,903 pounds, valued at $379,- 
965,014, as against 6,009, 194 bales, or 3,063,192,760 pounds, 
valued at $370,811,246, exported during 1904, and 6,988,279 
bales, or 3,543,043,022 pounds, valued at $316,180,429, 
exported during the year 1903. 

The value of our exports of provisions, comprising meats 
and dairy products, during the last fiscal year was $169,998,873. 

The exports of lard aggregated 610,238,899 pounds, valued 
at $47,243,181, as against 561,302,643 pounds, valued at 
$46,347,520, exported during the year preceding. The United 
Kingdom and Germany are the two largest foreign buyers of 
this product. 

Our exports of beef, salted or pickled, aggregated 55,934,- 
705 pounds, valued at $3,095,304, as against 57,584,710 pounds, 
valued at $3,260,475, exported during the year 1904, and 
52,801,220 pounds, valued at $3,814,671, during the year 1903. 

The exports of bacon for the last fiscal year aggregated 
262,246,635 pounds, valued at $25,428,961, as against 249,- 



665,941 pounds, valued at $24,446,752, exported during the 
year preceding, and 207, 336, 000 pounds, valued at $22, 178, 525, 
exported during 1903. 

The exports of ham aggregated 203,458,724 pounds, valued 
at $21,562,204, as against 194,948,864 pounds, valued at 
$22,293,867, exported during the preceding fiscal year, and 
214,183,365 pounds, valued at $25,712,633, exported during 
1903. 

Included in this report is a copy of the rules, by-laws 
and regulations of the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago in 
force May 3, 1906; also a copy of the rules governing the 
inspection of grain in the City of Chicago established by the 
Railroad and Warehouse Commission of the State of Illinois, 
in force March 10, 1906. 

Respectfully submitted, 



Geo. F. Stone, 

Secretary. 



My acknowledgments are due and are hereby tendered to Messrs. Howard, Bartels ft 
Company, Chicago; Hon. O. P. Austin, Chief Bureau of Statistics of Department of 
Commerce and Labor; E. E. Hooper, Esq., Secretary of the Lumbermen's Exchange of 
the City of Chicago; Hon. F. E. Coyne, Postmaster of the City of Chicago; C. B. Murray. 
Esq., Editor Cincinnati Price Current; Hon. Wm. Penn Nixon, Collector of Customs of 
the City of Chicago; J,L. Kellogg, Esq., Chicago; Arthur G. Leonard, Esq., General Man- 
ager Union Stock Yards & Transit Company ; Geo. J. S. Broomhall, Esq., Editor Liverpool 
Com Trade News, Liverpool; P. E. Saward, Esq., Editor Coal Trade Journal, New York; 
Messrs. H. V. and H. W. Poor, New York; Hugo S. Grosser, Esq., Librarian and 
Statistician, Chicago Bureau of Statistics; W. C. Grerard, Esq., Secretary State Board of 
Agriculture, Springfield, Illinois; Hon. James Wilson, Secretary Department of Agri- 
culture; and to ofScial statistical literature generally, both foreign and American. 



XL 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 



To the Members of the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago: 
Gentlemen: 

The Directors of the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago 
herewith submit a report of receipts and expenditures for the 
fiscal year ended January 8, 1906. 

Also, a statement of the financial affairs, property and 
general condition of the Association. 

FIT^ANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE BOARD OF TRADE OF THE 

CITY OF CHICAGO FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 

ENDED JANUARY 8, 1906. 

RECEIPTS. 

From 1,781 Annual Assessments @ $50 % 89,050 00 

From 1,779 Special Assessments @ $25 44,475 00 

From Interest on Special Assessment Fund 

From Interest on General Fund 

From Interest on Board of Trade 4% bonds 

From 162 Transfers of Membership @ $25 

From sale of Visitors' tickets 

From sale of Messengers' tickets 

From sale of Clerks' tickets $1,825 00 

Less salary of Manager in charge of Clerks 840 00 

From Sample table and drawer rentals 

From rentals, Telephones in Room G and Exchange Hall, less 

rent paid telephone companies 

From rentals. Telephones in Room 20 

From Building, Rents, Janitor Service, Electric Lights, etc.. 

From Building, sales of Old Material 

From Insurance fire loss of Nov. 5, and refund of premium . . . 

From Board of Trade Weighing Department 10,038 57 

From Board of Trade Clearing House 2,487 36 

From Board of Trade Grain Sampling and Seed Inspection 

Department 30,883 67 

From Board of Trade Flaxseed Inspection Department 2,435 98 

From Board of Trade Quotation Department. 40,191 50 

From Arbitration Fees in Cases not Tried 10 00 



1,035 00 


2,094 16 


604 00 


4,050 00 


1,705 00 


2,175 00 


985 00 


5,423 00 


7,233 98 


255 88 


134,688 37 


909 10 


325 11 



$381,055 68 
Cash on hand January 9, 1905 150,499 18 

$531,554 86 



XI.I 



EXPENDITUBES. 



Interest and expenses on bonded'indebtedness, $1,240,000.00 ... $ 49,724 00 

Taxes on Eeal Estate 37,540 01 

Taxes on Personal Property 233 68 

Keal Estate account, construction, elevators, engines, drinking 

fountain, etc 13,966 12 

Beal Estate account, wages of employes, fuel, water, gas, etc. 49,301 62 

Eeal Estate account, repairs to building 7,878 14 

Beal Estate account, premiums on insurance 1,387 06 

Salaries of Secretary's Department 17,375 00 

Salaries of Exchange Hall employes 5,840 00 

Salaries of Visitors' Boom employes 2,010 GO 

Salary, Henry S- Bobbins, attorney 5,000 00 

Other legal expenses 27,476 42 

Quotation Department 12,358 85 

Transportation Department 12,077 20 

Market Department— Cable service 6,284 81 

Market Department— Ticker and Wire service 5,036 74 

Market Department — Quotations from Minneapolis, St Louis, 

Duluth and Kansas City 3,430 58 

Market Department— Car Lot Estimates 588 00 

Market Department — Salaries of Clerks 3,826 80 

Grain Sampling and Seed Inspection Department 26,010 75 

Flax Seed Inspection Department , 2,340 42 

Exchange Hall Janitors' salaries, including scrubbing 3,860 00 

Soap, towels and supplies for Lavatory and Exchange Hall .. . . 442 59 

"Washing towels 517 99 

Ice 323 60 

Legislation Committe 5,098 56 

Warehouse Committee, examination of grain warehouses 300 00 

Grain Committee 4,493 23 

Delegates' expenses, National Grain Dealers' and National 

Hay Dealers' Conventions and Bucketshop conference 701 10 

National Eeciprocity and Interstate Commerce Law con- 
vention 700 00 

Annual Beports and Bules 2,582 30 

Stationery, printing and postage 2,314 58 

Statistical Information from New York, Buffalo, Chicago 
Custom House, Union Stock Yards and Illinois and 

Michigan Canal 1,613 49 

Telegraphing 1,173 45 

Balloting 218 65 

Eepairs, aside from Board of Trade Building 64 50 

Furniture 67 41 

Newspapers, circulars, books 194 40 

Telephone in Secretary's OflBce 125 00 

Clock service in Exchange Hall 44 00 

Messengers' badges 10 00 

Extra stenographic work 20 90 

Auditing books and vouchers 187 50 



XLH 

Expenses incident to Directors and Committee Meetings- 116 65 

Uniform suits for employes 54 70 

Engrossing Eesolutions adopted by Directory 45 00 

Subscriptions to Policemen's and Firemen's Benevolent Assn's 50 00 

City Directories Secretary's OflBce and Exchange 22 50 

Miscellaneous expenses 28 82 

Paid Arbitration Fees held over from 1904 10 00 

Purchase of five Memberships under Provision Sec 30 Rule IV 14,900 00 
Purchase of $30,200 Board of Trade bonds (4%) at 102 

$30,804 00 

Accrued interest 561 98 31,365 98 

$361,333 00 

Cash on hand January 8, 1906, General Fund $94,451 86 

Cash on hand January 8, 1906, Special Assessment 

Fund 75,770 00 170,22186 



$531,654 86 



INoTE— Cash on hand January 8, 1906: 

In hands of Ernest A. Hamill, Treas $ 166,087 69 

In hands of Geo. F. Stone, Sec'y 4,134 17 



$170,221 86 



Note — The Board has on hand Board of Trade 4% bonds to the amount 

of $30,200 00 par value. 
Moneys amounting to $16,803.20 stand to the credit of the Board of 

Trade on the books of Telegraph Companies. 

To the Prendent and Board of Directors of the Board of Trade 
of the City of Chicago. 

Gentlemen: 

In accordance with the instructions of the Finance Com- 
mittee, we have completed a careful audit of the Financial Rec- 
ords of the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago, covering 
the period from January 9, 1905, to January 8, 1906. 

All the records in the cash book, journal and ledger were 
proven correct. The cash balances as shown in the hands of 
your Secretary and Treasurer were checked and proven correct; 
also the Bonds of the Board amounting to $30,200. 

Vouchers, properly approved by the Finance and Real 
Estate Committees, were presented for all cash payments. 

We also certify that the foregoing report is correct in accord- 
ance with the records audited. 

Respectfully submitted, 

EVERETT AUDIT CO. 



XLm 

At the close of the fiscal year ended on the 8th day of Jan- 
uary, 1906, there were no bills outstanding. Cash on hand, as 
per financial statement hereinbefore submitted, exclusive of 
$16,803.20 standing to the credit of the Board on the books of 
the telegraph companies, was $170,221,86. In addition, the 
Board has $30, 200 of Board of Trade 4 per cent bonds stand- 
ing at par value. This is merely an investment and not a can- 
cellation of the bonds. At the close of the fiscal year the 9th 
of January, 1905, the amount of cash on hand, exclusive of the 
amount in the hands of telegraph companies, was $150,499.18, 
or $11,722.68 less than the amount brought down at the close 
of the fiscal year, January 8, 1906. At the close of the fiscal 
year ended on January 4, 1904, cash on hand amounted to $47,- 
274.71; on the 5th day of January, 1903, $19,411.82, on the 
6th day of January, 1902, $10,815.04. 

The bonded indebtedness of the Board is $1,240,000, due in 
the year 1927, bearing 4 per cent interest, payable on the first 
day of June and the first day of December of each year. 

REAL ESTATE. 

Disbursements on real estate account, exclusive of construc- 
tion, interest and insurance, amouted to $57,179.76, as against 
$59,637.08 expended during the preceding fiscal year, and $66,- 
047.43 during the year ended January 4, 1904. 

The amount expended for construction during the year last 
past was $13,966. 12. 

The total amount of expenditures, including construction, 
amounted to $72,532.94. 

Deducting the amount expended for construction, the ex- 
penditures, including insurance, amounted to $58,566.82, as 
against $60,902.62 for like expenditures during the year 1904. 

Amount received from rentals, janitor service and electric 
lights, $134,688.37, as against $135,539.48 received during the 
preceding fiscal year, and $133,319.09 received during the fiscal 
year ended January 4, 1904, and $129,253.59 received during 
the fiscal year ended January 5, 1903. 

Under the city ordinance limiting the Board to 100 pounds 
pressure for steam boilers, it was necessary to rebuild one of our 
old engines and to purchase a new one. 



XLIV j ■ -..,^.._ 

We have installed one new passenger elevator and have three 
others nearly completed. 

The basement of the building heretofore bringing no revenue 
to the Board has been made available by renting a large space 
for a restaurant at a good rental. The alterations necessary for 
its use as which was paid by the Lakota Catering Co. 

The pro rata amount assessed by the Board of Directors to 
meet the ordinary expenditures of the Association for the ensu- 
ing year is $50. 

The membership of the Board on the 9th day of January, 
1906, numbered 1,774. 

The number of memberships transferred during the year was 
162, yielding $4,050. 

There were five memberships retired during the year, and on 
account of same was paid $14,900. 

The following members were expelled from the Board: Earl 
H. Prince, Amos G. McCampbell, E. A. Rang, Abraham Lazerus 
and Harry F. May dwell. 

The clearances of the Clearing House of the Board of Trade 
of the City-of Chicago during the fiscal year last passed amounted 
to $56,749,345.50 and balances $19,369, 168.01, as against $99, - 
101,957.50 and $31,999,278.69, respectively, during the fiscal 
year ended January 9, 1905. 

GRAIN SAMPLING AND SEED INSPECTION 
DEPARTMENT. 
The Grain Sampling and Seed Inspection Department has 
more than justified its establishment. It has received the en- 
dorsement and commendation not only of the members of the 
Board, but also of grain dealers generally, both east and west. 
One of the most important features of this department is its co- 
operation with the State Grain Inspection Department, with the 
object of securing a greater uniformity in the inspection of grain, 
and of conferring, as it might seem desirable, with the Chief 
Inspector of Grain in view of correcting any inaccuracies or irreg- 
ularities in the inspection of grain that may be brought to the 
attention of the department. The State Grain Inspection De- 
partment has acted in harmony with the Board, and as a conse- 
quence, the inspection of grain in this market is more uniform 
and reliable than before. 



XI.V 



During the year the department has sampled 78,097 cars of 
grain and 19,693,590 bushels for lake shipment. 

WEIGHING DEPARTMENT. 

The Weighing Department has maintained its reputation for 
efficiency and reliability. It still stands at the head of the grain 
weighing departments of the United States. Our Weighmaster, 
Mr. H. A. Foss, has frequently been called upon to inaugurate 
his system of weighing in other markets. The high standing of 
the department is owing to the fidelity and accuracy with which 
its entire work, even to the minutest detail, is performed. The 
certificates of the department are relied upon without question 
in both domestic and foreign markets. Its reputation, there- 
fore, is not only national but international. The number of 
cars weighed during the year was 321,615; the number of 
bushels weighed to and from vessels was 79,966, 33 1 ; the number 
of bags of seed weighed was 33,748. The department is now 
weighing at all Chicago elevators. The total quantity of grain 
weighed by the department was 450,000,000 bushels, of which 
370,000,000 were transported by cars and the balance by lake 
craft. This shows a net increase of 14,910,770 bushels in 
vessel trade for the year, and a net increase of 41,925 in the 
number of cars weighed. 

TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT. 

The report of the Transportation Department abundantly 
justifies its organization and continuance. 

Its results for the year may be summarized as follows: 

The first result accomplished was the restoration of Chicago 
as a basing point. On the 6th of February, 1905, the so-called 
Mississippi River prorate to seaboard territory was abolished and 
all grain rates were made on Chicago. This not only did away 
with the necessity of tying up funds in excess of freight charges, 
amounting in some individual cases from $50,000 to $80,000 at 
a time and which was a burden on the trade generally, but it 
also removed the cause of other evils which were the outgrowth 
of the former basis of adjustment. 

Rates from Minneapolis and the Northwest, which were 
formerly ic to 4^c per 100 lbs. against Chicago, were equitably 
adjusted by change in the rate schedule to both Chicago and 



Minneapolis, also to Duluth and Gladstone, likewise rates out 
of Minneapolis. 

This was accomplished, with the co-operation of the Min- 
neapolis Chamber of Commerce, after a period of negotiation 
with interested railways lasting some months, and effective July 
17, 1905, an adjustment was agreed to that placed this market 
on an equality in the Northwest. There is now no discrimination 
against the Chicago gateway from this territory on through 
business from the country direct or from and via Minneapolis, all 
rail. There has also been accorded us transit privileges from 
Minneapolis. 

ILLINOIS MATTERS. 

A number of changes in rates and methods have been 
obtained from the railways, some of which while possibly of 
minor importance, yet in the aggregate are of value to the trade. 

The Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad formerly charged a 
penalty of one cent per 100 lbs. in its through tariffs to the 
East on grain routed via Chicago. This premium was removed 
in May last, placing Chicago on a parity with interior junctions. 
The one cent per 100 lbs. in excess of the local rate charged by 
this road on all grain going into transit account, making an 
additional and unnecessary investment until the grain could be 
cleared, was removed January 2, 1906. 

Through export rates from Illinois Central and Chicago & 
Alton, in lieu of applying the domestic basis on export grain, 
were reinstated. 

The application of all-rail earnings instead of full local rates 
up to Chicago on grain cleared by lake, and the removal of the 
penalty charge from Chicago & Alton stations on grain for transit, 
were changes for the better granted by the roads named. 

RECONSIGNING CHARGE. 

All receivers are familiar with this charge which, one road at 
a time, is being gradually eliminated. Some of the lines have 
voluntarily canceled it within the last two or three years, and 
within the past four months we have induced four other roads 
to abolish the practice, leaving only two lines at this writing 
who are assessing the tax. 



XLVII 

RATES TO SOUTHEASTERN TERRITORY. 

At present, through a peculiar view taken by southern Hnes, 
this market is prohibited, unless at a penalty of from 4)^ to 6 
cents per 100 lbs., from competing with our neighbors in 
handling Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Dakotas grain in the 
southeastern market; in fact, this embargo also obtains on Illi- 
nois grain moving through Chicago. 

The justification for this discrimination, malicious in charac- 
ter if not in intent, so far has not been made clear. Efforts to 
remove the discrimination, which from expressions of opinion 
and in some cases of intentions by certain railway interests 
involved, have not been in vain and point to a satisfactory solu- 
tion placing Chicago in position to compete in its own natural 
territory. 

Changes in the south preliminary to those necessary north of 
the Ohio River have been made, furnishing a base from which 
we can work, _ 

SUMMARY. 

In our efforts with the railways to remove these irregularities, 
in some cases necessitating an almost complete change of rate 
schedules, we have aimed to make our work constructive rather 
than destructive; to accomplish the greatest good with the least 
sacrifice, having in mind the rights of competing sections and 
the obligations of carriers thereto. 

We have been met in a broad spirit by the transportation 
companies in the discussion of the matters brought before them. 
Results have been obtained by mutual concessions and not by 
drastic means. While opinions differ, as they have and always 
will, as to the most effective methods, we have seen no differ- 
ences strong enough to discourage in the work before us. 

All of these questions and more yet unsolved are but parts of 
the main idea in view — to make Chicago a basing point in fact 
instead of in theory. 

Many other matters have been handled by the department, 
but only those of leading interest have been presented. 

LEGAL DEPARTMENT. 

The present year closes an unusually active and important 
period in our legal affairs. Despite the failure of prior similar 



XL VIII 



efforts, this Board, about six years ago, at the suggestion of its 
attorney, embarked upon a new plan to deprive the bucketshops 
of our quotations. This consisted in estabhshing in law a prop- 
erty right in our quotations and securing the protection thereof 
from purloiners through writs of injunction. It also contem- 
plated making the quotations a source of substantial revenue. 

At that time the Western Union and Postal Telegraph Com- 
panies were, under licenses from this Board and without charge, 
collecting the quotations upon our exchange floor, and there 
were then outstanding four injunctions, which in effect restrained 
the Board from ousting them. As soon as our plan was dis- 
closed, three more like injunctions were added. By July i, 
1900, we had succeeded in dissolving these, and in dispossessing 
the telegraph companies, and were, through our own employes, 
collecting the quotations. Contracts denying the quotations to 
bucketshops were then demanded by the Board from the tele- 
graph companies. The two larger telegraph companies refused 
to sign such a contract, and on August i, 1900, ceased to dis- 
tribute the quotation. Finding, however, that this Board was 
in earnest, they finally did so, and on April 15, 1901, resumed 
the distribution of our quotations, and thereafter gave them only 
to such applicants as this Board, after investigation, found not 
to be bucketshops. 

The bucketshops, not being able to obtain them from the 
telegraph companies, then began stealing the quotations, and 
thereby an illicit trade therein arose. 

To stop this the Board commenced numerous suits in the 
Federal Courts of the Central West, In defense of these suits 
the bucketshops not only denied the existence of any property 
right in the quotations and the right of the courts to protect it 
by injunction, but attacked the legality of our transactions, out 
of which the quotations arose. This gave rise, especially upon 
the last question, to a marked conflict of decisions by the differ- 
ent Federal Courts. 

Thereupon the United States Supreme Court ordered two of 
these cases before it for review. Its decision last May was a 
sweeping and far-reaching one in our favor. It established not 
only the legality of our future or time-trading, our clearing house, 
and our system of settlement by off-set or "ringing," but also 



XLIX 



decided that our quotations were a species of property which 
should be protected by injunctions. It also afi&rmed the legality 
of our contracts with the telegraph companies respecting the 
quotations which had been attacked as an illegal restraint upon 
trade. 

This litigation comprised thirteen suits by bucketshops 
against our Board or the telegraph companies distributing our 
quotations, and twenty-six suits brought by our Board against 
purloiners of our quotations. This litigation has been in twenty- 
five different courts and in thirteen cities in ten different states. 

All of these cases have been finally disposed of, except seven, 
which are still pending. In none of these cases has the Board 
lost. The cases still pending will ultimately, without much 
further expense, be decided in favor of the Board. 

In these cases permanent injunctions haye already been issued 
in favor of the Board against 179 persons, and temporary 
injunctions, in cases still pending, against 18 persons, restrain- 
ing them, either as principal or agent, or as an officer of any 
corporation, from obtaining or using our quotations or any of 
them, or having a telegraph or other wire running into his or its 
office over which our quotations are passing, and from aiding or 
abetting, directly or indirectly, any other person in so doing, 
unless the persons thus enjoined, or their principal or corpora- 
tion, shall have first lawfully acquired the quotations in the 
manner provided by our contract with the telegraph companies 
distributing them. The names of those thus permanently 
enjoined are ; 



Allen, Edward W 
Boyd Commission Co 
Boyd, James E 
Boyd, James E Jr 
Boyd, Thomas F 
Baumann, C H 
Battle, Charles S 
Babb, Albert H 
Bradbury, E J 
Brown, John 
Baugher, James T 
Baasen, R V 
Beaman, R B 
Berry, Edward E 
Bruns, Elmer C 



Biddle, N M 
Bridenbucher, George 
Blasmgham, Frank M 
Brennan, Michael J 
Brough, Clarence B 
Brown, William G 
Burgett, Jesse T 
Burgett, Dill 
Central Grain & Stock 
Exchange of Hammond 
Christie Grain & Stock 

Company 
Christie, C C 
Coe Commission Co 
Caldwell, George H 



Condon, James A 
Cream City Commission 

Company 
Cary, WJ 
Cooke, Joseph F 
Cary, A L 
Corrie, Peter W 
Crimp, Stanley M 
Clark, A J 
Cockley, Guy R 
Callahan, John 
Cook, Charles W 
Connor, Michael 
Collins, Frank 
Carson, Harry K 



Calvert, Henry A 

Chandler, John C 

Curtis, Cortland H 

Dickes, John L 

Dick, Phillip Jr 

Dunn, James H 

Dungan, Robert B 

Dehn, Fred C 

Dutton, Albert H 

Daniels, Leopold 

Ellis, George E 

Epply, William H 

Elliott, J W- 

Eels, John H 

Eagan, John J 

Frary, Henry H 

Fidelity Commission Co 

Forsythe, Judson 

Fuller, James M 

Fox, John T 

Fawcett, Joseph T 

Flansburg, Edgar 

Gregory, Alexander D 

Gillis, Charles H 
Greenhow, Richard J 
Hadden-KruU Company 
Hadden-Rodee Company 
Hadden, Ebenezer 
Hotchkiss, William C 
Holcomb, Frank 
Holland, Herbert B 
Hook, Robert S 
Horton, Albert C 
Hammond, George J 
Hoyt, George 
Hawkins, Frank O 
Hartman, Ambrose 
Haney, Edward A 
Hamilton, Robert 
Head, Doris R 
Illinois Commission Co 
Imperial Stock & Grain 

Company 
Irvine, R L 
Jacobs, George 
Jones, James L 
Kinsey, The A L Co 
Kinsey, Louis A 



Ketcham, Frank M 

Koch, William 

Louis, Lyman W 

Lloyd, WilUam B 

Laker, George E 

Lundy, William B 

Leggett, A W 

Lasky, Martin A 

Meyers, John H 

McCurdy, Will I 

Mason, Herbert B 

Moody, Charles H 

Magoon, Ezra P 

McDonald, Isaac J 

McDermott, Timothy F 

Maas, Max P 

Maxwell, John 

Martin, Amos C 

MacRae, Harry L 

Marvin, Frank A 

Meuser, Robert 

Meikel, George W 

McCormick, Allie F 

McLeod, Oliver C 

Mercer, Lem C 

Milner, William W 

Mitchell, Carl 

Mutchner, Philip E 

Mullally, Harry V 

Moffett, Joseph T 

Murray, Omar G 

National Commission 

Company, The 

Nelson C O 

Noggle, Edward E 

O'Dell Company, The 

O'Dell Commission Com- 
pany, The 

O'Dell, W J 

Orth, Edward F 

Owen, Kennedy R 

Porterfield, William A 

Penney, H R 

Penney, E S 

Penney, RES 

Pierson, Frank H 

Peacock, Miles 

Powell Lou K 



Phillips, James M 
Rodee, Fred L 
Ryczek, J 
Roberts, John S 
Rizer, John S 
Russell, Carl 
Rowe, John B 
Rolston, John S 
Stone, Oscar M 
Stockton, Ward A 
Swarth, Earnest A 
Sullivan, George T 
Sleumann, Sewell 
Spornitz, W C 
Stapely, George H 
Schetter, Louis F 
Sutton, Al ■ 
Smith, James M 
Sprague, Harry lE 
Sickles, Lee M- 
Stocking, Frederick C 

Thomson Commission 

Company, C B 
Taukersley, Mark] L 
Thornton, Richard W 
Theiring, Gus F 
Turley, Elias N 
Tallentire,:Thomas, Jr 
Thornburgh, Arthur W 
Tucker, George W 
Tucker, Henry C 
Upham, F W Company 
Upham, Fred W 
Vallely, John 
Voorhees, Theodore R 
Van Roy, John 
Wirschling, E A 
Wallensdorf, Henry 
Wright, Sidney L 
Wisconsin Grain Comp'y 
Wolfe, Arthur 
Wimmer, Gordon 
Williams, Curtis E 
White, George R 
West, George A 
Warner, Ralph B 
Wood, Harry 
Westfall, Harvey 



LI 

The names of those against whom temporary injunctions 
have been issued are : 

Baldwin, A C Gorman, John M Wood, Lewin A 

Ballnian, John W Hammond Elevator Co Wood, Forest B 

Bultman, Charles E Johnson, Joseph E Wood, George W 

Branston, Willis S Lang, Charles L 

Dudley, WiUiam C Mains, E P 

Edwards, Wood Co O'Dell (The) Stock & 

Edwards, Robert H Grain Company 

Foster, Louis W O'Dell, Charles J 

Our legal expenses in this litigation, including court costs, 
stenographers, printing, etc., fees of our regular attorney, and 
of sundry lawyers necessarily employed as local counsel in other 
cities, for these six years have aggregated $87,354.00, or an 
average of $14, 559.00 per year. 

The total revenue of the Board of Trade from its quota- 
tions since April 15, 1901 (including $16,000.00 still in the hands 
of the telegraph companies), aggregates $191,519.54. Our 
revenue from the quotations at the present time is about 
$40,000.00 per year. 

As a result of this litigation, we are now in a position to 
obtain, at comparatively small expense, injunctions against any 
one found to be using our quotations without our approval. In 
other words, the plan inaugurated by the Board nearly six years 
ago has received the judicial sanction of the highest court in the 
land, and has been demonstrated to be a practical one to control 
our quotations, as well as to derive a large revenue therefrom. 

During these six years we have also emerged successfully 
from other very important litigation, involving the charter 
powers of our Board. 

During that period a rule has been adopted (and enforced) 
providing minimum rates of commissions, and for the expulsion 
of any member violating it. A member was expelled under it 
and appealed to the court to reinstate him upon the ground that 
this rule was illegal because a restraint upon trade. The Circuit 
Court (Judge Baker) upheld the validity of this rule, and our 
charter power to pass it, and this was affirmed in the Appellate 
Court in a decision, which, we believe, places our commission 
rule beyond danger of further attack. 

In 1902 a large number of injunction suits were brought 



IiH 



against the President of the Board and others to enjoin the 
signing down of margins upon the ground that the part of the 
margin rule which compels parties, in case of dispute, to accept 
the decision of the margin committee, was illegal and beyond 
the charter power of the Board to enact. The Superior Court 
(Judge Chytraus) so decided, as did the Appellate Court (Judges 
Ball, Adams and Windes). But upon appeal, the Supreme 
Court of Illinois last October upheld in the broadest terms the 
validity of this rule and this charter power of the Board. 

During these years the following members, Frank D. 
Riordan, Arthur R. Jones, Michael J, Ryan, Portus B. Weare, 
Charles A. Weare, William E. Dodson, William E. McHenry, 
and Louis G. Bostedo, have applied to the courts to prevent 
being disciplined, or seeking reinstatement, but in all these cases 
the right of this Board to discipline its members for violation of 
its rules has been upheld. Appeals have been taken by 
McHenry, Dodson and Bostedo, and are now pending in the 
Appellate Court. 

Sundry other suits of lesser importance, such as actions for 
damages brought by expelled members against directors, credit- 
ors' bills to reach memberships, etc., have been disposed of 
favorably to the Board. 

Our only reverse during these years was in the appeal of 
the Weare Commission Company case to the Supreme Court, in 
which we sought to have that court recall its early decision in 
the Soby case in 1890, to the effect that the Illinois bucketshop 
statute was intended to include offices of our members, or of 
correspondents of our members. In this we were unsuccessful, 
and we should continue our efforts to correct this injustice by 
legislation. 

The litigation now pending consists of the three appeals by 
Bostedo, Dodson and McHenry, above referred to, and six suits 
brought by the Board (at Cincinnati, Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis 
and Minneapolis) against purloiners of its quotations. 

There are also pending five bills, in the nature of creditors' 
suits, against members of, and, this Board, with a view to reach- 
ing their memberships. 

There are also two actions brought by Charles Waite and 
Robert H. Thorburn, respectively, against the former directors 



liHl 

of this Board, for damages claimed by reason of the action of 
our directors. 

Also a suit brought by Emma Taylor against the Board of 
Trade and others for damages for alleged malicious prosecution 
in a criminal suit. 

The Quotation Department of the Board evolved by the 
plan instituted for the purpose of controlling our quotations is a 
source of substantial profit to the Board and will undoubtedly 
continue so to be. 

The report of the Legal Department sets forth in detail the 
history of the Board's litigation for about six years and presents 
an exceptional and a gratifying showing. The charter of the 
Board and its rules and regulations have received the sanction 
of the highest courts of the land, 

The financial condition of the Board, as shown by its 
detailed financial statement, is exceedingly satisfactory. 

The Board of Directors recommends that it be authorized 
to cancel the bonds now in its possession and also to purchase at 
its discretion, during the coming year, further bonds of the 
Board, and to cancel the same, thus reducing our bonded 
indebtedness and the annual amount paid for interest. We 
believe that such a course is founded upon sound business prin- 
ciples ; and that every year an appropriation out of the revenues 
of the Board should be made for the reduction of its bonded 
indebtedness. 

It is the pleasure of the directory to announce the success- 
ful culmination of its vital legal questions that were pending, as 
shown in the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States 
establishing the Board's right to its quotations and in denying 
them to objectionable parties ; and also its right to maintain 
injunctions against those persons or concerns using such quota- 
tions for illegitimate purposes, such concerns being known as 
bucketshops. This important decision maintains the legality of 
our system of trading for future delivery, mode of settlement by 
offset as provided under our rules and of the Clearing House of 
the Board. 

The recent decision of the Supreme Court of the State of 
Illinois upholds the margin rule of the Board and the procedure 
for the endorsement of margins in case of dispute as set forth 



LIV 

in said rule. The Board of Trade occupies a standing in the 
courts which renders it unnecessary to expend large sums of 
money for legal expenses in the future. 

Among those who have passed away during the year was 
Charles D. Hamill, President of the Board during the eventful 
years in the history of the Association of 1892 and 1893. ^^ 
was during those years that the persistent attempt was made to 
pass the Hatch and Washburn bills that sought to overthrow the 
system of buying and selling for future delivery, which has since 
been upheld by the Supreme Court of the United States. 
Largely by Mr. Hamill's tact and influence the disaster which 
those measures threatened was averted. 

Mr. Hamill was a prominent merchant, Director of the Art 
Institute, a Trustee of the Chicago Orchestra, and served this 
Board as its accomplished President, endearing himself in a 
special sense to the officers and members of this Association by 
his unswerving integrity, his unfailing courtesy, his wise counsel 
— all adorned by a rare and charming personality. 

The list also includes the name of Lewis B. Mitchell. 

Major Mitchell served with distinction and gallantry in the 
great war for the preservation of the Union, and he leaves 
behind him a record both as a soldier and a civilian that reflects 
honor upon his country. He was richly endowed with a native 
refinement of manner and of speech ; cordial and courteous in 
his bearing; charitable in his judgment of his fellowmen ; modest 
in his demeanor, and always loyal to justice and uprightness in 
public and in private life. 

The Board mourns his loss and records his name among the 
names of its heroes who in the dark days bravely fought under 
the flag of the Republic. 



The names of members of this Board who died during the 

year : 

CHARLES D HAMILL JACOB WILLIAMS 

GEORGE H MARTIN SAMUEL A McCLEAN, Jr 

OLE A THORP RENSSELAER D HUBBARD 

ALBERT SCHWILL MICHAEL CONSIDINE 

ALBERT SECKEL JAMES T RAWLEIGH 

JOHN VALIANT JAMES C KING 

WILLIS D HILLABRANT IRA J MASON 

ARTHUR ORR JOHN BEGGS 

JULIUS SCHWABACHER LEWIS B MITCHELL 

BLACKMAN N FOSTER WELLINGTON B FORSYTH 

GEORGE P BRAUN IRA S YOUNGLOVE 

GEORGE W HUNT ROBERT E L BRUNER 
HENRY T GUBBINS 

The Board of Directors desires to acknowledge the co-opera- 
tion of the members of the Association in its efforts to uphold 
the rules and preserve the pre-eminent character of this great 
commercial organization. 

Respectfully submitted on behalf of the Directors, 

WILLIAM S. JACKSON, 

President. 

REPORT OF THE TREASURER. 

To the Presideiit and Board of Directors of the Board of 
Trade of the City of Chicago. 
Gentlemen : — As Treasurer of the Board of Trade of the 
City of Chicago, from the 9th day of January, 1905, I beg to 
report that — 

I had on hand January 9, 1905 $ 145,009 10 

I have received in sundry deposits from the Secretary of the 
Board from January 10, 1905, to the close of the fiscal year, 
January 8, 1906, inclusive 379,954 98 

$524,964 08 

I have paid 350 checks, drawn by the Secretary and duly 

countersigned, amounting to $358,876 39 

Leaving a balance on hand at this date of $166,087 69 

Respectfully submitted, 
Attest: ERNEST A. HAMILL, 

Geo. F. Stone, Secy. Treasurer. 

Januarys, 1906. 



DETAILED STATISTICS 



OF THE 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



OF THE 



CITY OF CHICAGO 



IN 



Flour, Grain. Provisions, Live stock. Seeds. Hides. 
Wool, Coal. Lumber, Etc 

WITH 

THE DAILY CURRENT PRICES 

OF 

THE LEADING SPECULATIVE PRODUCTS 
FOR THE YEAR 1905 



2 



FLOUK 



The entire movement of these pro 



Receipts. 



Lake 

Canal 

Chicago & Northwestern Railway — 

Illinois Central Railroad 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway 

Chicago & Alton Railroad 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad — 
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 
"Wabash Railroad (West of Chicago). . . 

Chicago Great Western Railway 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway 

Wisconsin Central Ry 

Elgin, Joliet & Eastern R'y 

Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville R'y 
♦Eastern Lines 



Total receipts 

Flour manufactured in the city (estimated) 

In store and afloat in harbor, December 

31,1904 



Flour. 

Brls. 



1,250 
21,216 
983,861 
400,303 
726,692 
1,828,262 
458,510 



1,276,100 

118,200 

764,753 

587,854 

582,846 

89,400 

58,002 

47,706 



7,944,955 
975,000 

33,500 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



1,195,916 

2, 950,' 852 
2,671,400 
2,844,500 
5,749,150 
1,139,200 

356,000 
4,199,000 

946,000 
1,626,300 
2,813,300 

180,015 
19,000 

106,525 

101,854 



26,899,012 
1,656,152 



Corn. 
Bu. 



326,802 

17,576,428 

21,256,700 

14,547,900 

22,613,400 

6,848,400 

4,575,100 

10,455,600 

2,587,900 

4,528,700 

5,093,100 

18,000 

213,900 

127,500 

54,014 



110,823,444 
2,140,383 



Grand totals 



Oats. 
Bu. 



35,300 

16,689,332 

13,687,450 

15,023,652 

10,311,150 

3,140,500 

5,870,650 

18,213,300 

2,124,250 

4,487,745 

2,225,750 

137,530 

124,700 

346,562 

68,890 



Rye. 
Bu. 



708,886 
55,000 

172,000 

481,500 
29,000 
87,610 

656,800 
21,000 
49,000 
23,200 
39,667 
6,000 

105,747 
7,034 



92,486,761 
3,579,842 



8,953,455128.555,164 



112,963,827 



2,392,444 
414.192 



Barley. 
Bu. 



11,025,589 

1,613,500 

2,487,930 

667,300 

25,500 

10, 640,' 300 

1,100 

1,405,625 



136,640 

3,300 

67,358 



28,074,142 
12,733 



96,066,603 



2,806,636 



28,086,875 



* The Eastern Lines include the Wabash R. R. (east of Chicago), Pete Marquette R. R., C. C. 
B. & O. R. R., G. T. W. Ry., N. Y. C. & St. L. Ry. and the Chicago & Erie R. R. 



AND GRAIN. 



ducts at Chicago during 1905. 



Shipments. 



Lake— To Buffalo 

To Erie 

To Ogdensburg 

To Port Huron 

To other United States ports 

To Depot Harbor 

To Montreal 

To Midland 

To Collingwood 

To Kingston 

To Sarnia 

To other Canadian Ports 

Totals by Lake 

Chicago & Northwestern Bail way 

Illinois Central Railroad 

Chicago, Eock Island & Pacific Railway 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway. 

Chicago & Alton Railroad 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 

Wabash Railroad (West of Chicago) 

Chicago Great Western Railway 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway . 

Wisconsin Central Ry 

Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Ry 

Cmcago, Indianapolis & Louisville R'y . . 
♦Eastern Lines 

Total shipments 

In store and afloat in harbor December 

30,1905 

City consumption and unaccounted for 



Grand totals 



Flour. 
Brls. 



1,799,514 
350,529 
104,905 



111,777 

33,777 



2,399,502 



19,004 
31,217 
19,845 
3,188 
18,635 
68,400 
15,400 



29,600 

13,028 

151,800 

152,438 

4,439,810 



7,361,867 

94,000 
1,497,588 



8,953,455 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



4,692,082 

68,500 

115,000 



38,400 

108,000 

48,000 



5,069,982 
217,386 

78,667 
826,200 
204,000 

42,933 
550,300 
510,000 
180,600 

14,000 



49,772,146 



2,000 

53,712 

396,000 

238,719 

5,538,215 



13,922,714 

5,680,619 
8,951,831 



28,555,164 



Corn. 
Bu. 



32,650,876 
377,000 
3,337,882 
1,251,471 
l,668,a55 
3,710,087 
2,830,474 
1,701,750 
1,399,715 
205,225 



639,311 



1, 



176,116 
121,800 
218,733 
10,000 
342,800 
293,100 
9,200 



1,000 
988,500 
235,620 
37,984,327 



91,153,342 

3,702,321 
18,108,164 



112,963,827 



Oats. 
Bu. 



4,194,222 
633,'366 



389,170 
1,893,800 
584,327 
483,837 
101,330 
362,425 
929,460 
2.367,054 



11,938,925 
3,765 
23,200 
867,100 
382,200 
2,900 
169,650 
114,800 
15,950 



1,450 



1,383,300 

281,745 

50,946,740 



66,131,725 

5,545,343 
24,389,535 



96,066,603 



R 



sye. 
Bu. 



115,500 



60,2C0 



175,700 

'7,'666 
1,000 
1,000 



2,000 
■7,066 



8,000 
314,659 
635,660 



1,152,019 

656,803 
997,814 



2,806,636 



Barley. 
Bu. 



1,291,155 



46,000 
48,913 



80,000 



1,466,068 



56,800 

177,100 

60,500 

7,700 

196,"366 
26,400 
13,200 



101,200 

227,131 

5,047,638 



7,374,037 



20,712,838 



28,086,875 



C. &St. L. Ry., Michigan Central R. R., L. S. & M. S. Ry., P. Ft. W. & C. Ry., P. C. C. & St. L. Ry. 



FLOUR PRODUCTION. 

The following shoivs the quantity of flour manufactured by the several Chicago mills 

in each of the past ten years. 



1905. 
Brls. 


1904. 
Brls. 


1903. 
Brls. 


1902. 
Brls. 


1901. 
Brls. 


1900. 
Brls. 


1899. 
Brls. 


1898. 
Brls. 


1897. 
Brls. 


1896. 
Brls. 


975,000 


750.000 


838.878 


1,262,224 


1,280.000 


1,274,776 


1,125,745 


1,037.442 


1,188,126 


928,283 



STOCKS OF FLOUR IN CHICAGO. 

The following were the stocks of flour in the city on the last day of each month for eight 

years, as reported hy the Flour Inspector-. 



January .. 
February . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 
October . . . 
November 
December. 



1905 
Brls. 



52,500 
60.500 
50,500 
37,000 
29,000 
56.600 
51,000 
59,600 
67,200 
87,000 
95,000 
94,000 



1904. 
Brls. 



30,250 
34,250 
41,000 
29,250 
;S6,800 
39,500 
;50,750 
30,150 
30,000 
30,500 
32,500 
33.500 



1903. 
Brls. 



1903. 
Brls. 



40,800 


51,700 


37,295 


38,600 


37,900 


75.100 


29,500 


103,600 


48,800 


93,800 


49,100 


95,300 


50,000 


93,800 


34,000 


29,600 


33,700 


19,500 


32,800 


38,200 


37.900 


38.700 


17,700 


38,400 



1901. 
Brls. 



58.500 
53,400 
W,100 
til.200 
02,100 
51.400 
4(5,000 
4(5,800 
47,835 
45,600 
44,500 
49.600 



1900. 
Brls. 



48.000 
53,100 
55,250 
52,900 
53,500 
44.200 
43,000 
43,400 
48,700 
50,800 
46.700 
55,000 



1899. 
Brls. 



48,350 
53,000 
47,100 
42,400 
54,400 
47,100 
43,100 
45,200 
46,600 
49,700 
51,500 
48,800 



1898. 
Brls. 



54,300 
55,700 
48,800 
34,800 
42,700 
41,800 
35,350 
45,100 
44.500 
40,350 
54,200 
40,000 



FLOUE AND WHEAT. 



Receipts and shipments of these products during 1905, by routes. 



Lake 

Canal 

Chicago & Northwestern Railway 

Illinois Central Railroad 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway 

Chicago & Alton Railroad 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 

Wabash Railroad (west of Chicago) 

Chicago Great Western Railway 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad 

Wisconsin Central Railway 

Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway 

Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway 
Eastern Lines 



Totals. 



Flour. 



Wheat. 



Received. Shipped. 
Brls. I Brls. 



1,2.50 
21.216 
983,861 
400.303 
726,692 
1,828,262 
458,510 



1.376,100 

118,200 

764,753 

587,854 

582,846 

89,400 

58.002 

47,706 



7,944,955 



2,399,502 



19,004 
31,217 
19,845 

3,188 
18,635 
68,400 
15,400 



29,600 

13,028 

151,800 

152.438 

4,439,810 



7,361,867 



Received. 
Bu. 



1,195,916 



2,950,852 
2,671,400 
2,844,500 
5,749^50 
1,139,200 

356,000 
4.199,000 

946,000 
1,626,300 
2,813,300 

180,015 
19,000 

106,525 

101,854 



26,899,012 



Shipped. 
Bu. 



5,069,982 
217,386 

78,667 
826,200 
204,000 

42,933 
550,300 
510,000 
180,600 

14,000 



2,000 

53,713 

396,000 

238,n9 

5,538,215 



13,922,714 



FLOUR AND WHEAT. 



Receipts Mid shipments of these products duritiy 1905, by months. 



January — 
February .. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September . 

October 

November.. 
December . 

Totals 



Flour. 



Whkat, 



Received. 
Brls. 



571,945 
640,274 
836,002 
510,93ti 
461,357 
509,06'. 
463,144 
716,040 
750,638 
921,476 
879,890 
684,192 



7,944,955 



Shipped. 
Brls. 



512,596 
519,225 
697,362 
415,244 
356,717 
330,665 
410,454 
746,499 
801,111 
1,052,306 
852,414 
667,274 



7,361,867 



Received. Shipped. 
Bu. Bu. 



1,753,400 

821,000 

1,182,000 

2,466.854 

777,224 

182.000 

2,909,748 

5,602,390 

2,020,514 

3,160,880 

4,884,780 

1,138,232 



26,899,012 



1,298,499 
956,983 

1,088,754 
526,095 

1,751,868 
931,979 
793,706 

1,859,220 

1,064,615 
783,987 

1,587,006 

1,281,002 



13,922,714 



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Bange of Prices per barrel during each week in 1905- 



J anuary 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July. .;.■■... ".'.;; 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 



6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

7 

14 
21 
28 

5 
13 
19 
36 

2 

9 
16 
33 
30 

7 
14 
21 
38 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 

13 
30 
27 

3 
10 
17 
34 

1 

8 
15 
33 
29 



Winter 

wheat 

patents. 



5 10@5 20 

5 10@5 20 

5 10@5 20 

5 10@5 20 

5 10@5 30 

10@5 20 

10@5 20 

10@5 30 

10@5 20 

„ 00@5 10 

5 00@5 10 

5 00@5 10 

4 90@5 00 

4 90@5 00 

4 90@5 00 



50@4 80 

60@4 70 

10@4 20 

10@4 20 

10@4 20 

10@4 20 

20®4 30 

20@4 30 

20@4 30 

.30@4 40 

4 30@4 40 

4 30@4 40 

4 30@4 40 

4 30®4 40 

4 20@4 30 

4 20@4 30 

4 20@4 30 

4 00@4 20 

4 00@4 20 

3 90@4 20 

90@4 30 

90@4 20 

90@4 SO 

90@4 30 

_ 90@4 10 

3 90@4 10 

3 90@i 10 

3 90@4 10 

4 00@4 20 
4 00@4 20 
3 85@4 20 
3 85@4 10 
3 85(&4 10 
3 85@4 10 
3 85@4 10 
3 85@4 10 
3 85@4 10 



Good to 
choice 
winter 
wheat. 



4 00@5 00 
4 00@5 00 
4 00@5 00 
4 00@5 00 



00@5 00 

00®5 00 

00@6 00 

00@5 00 

00@5 00 

00@4 90 

00®4 90 

00@4 90 

75@4 80 

_ 75@4 80 

3 75@4 80 

3 70@4 60 

50@4 50 

40@4 00 

40@4 00 

40@4 00 

40@4 00 

40@4 10 

40@4 10 

. 40@4 10 

3 40@4 30 

3 40@4 20 

3 40@4 20 

3 40@4 20 

3 40@4 20 

3 40@4 10 

3 40@4 10 

3 40@4 10 

3 40@4 10 

3 40@4 10 

3 3004 00 

3 30@4 00 

3 30@4 10 

3 30@4 10 

3 30@4 10 

3 30@4 00 

3 30@4 00 

3 30@4 00 

3 20@4 00 

3 20®4 20 

3 00@4 00 

3 00@4 00 

70@3 85 

70@3 85 

70@3 90 

70@3 90 

70@3 90 

70@3 90 



Spring 

wheat 

patents. 



Minn. 

bkrs.,good 

to choice, 

in 140-lb. 

jute sacks. 



00@5 50 
00@5 50 
00@5 50 
00@5 50 
00@5 50 
00@5 40 
00@5 40 
10@5 60 
]0@5 60 
00@5 40 
5 00@5 40 
5 00@6 40 
00@.5 40 
00@5 40 
00@5 40 
90@5 30 
70@5 20 
50@5 00 
50(35 00 
60@5 30 
70@5 50 
70@5 70 
00@6 70 
00@5 70 
00@5 70 
00@5 70 
00@5 70 
85@5 40 
85@5 40 
85@5 40 
85@5 40 
8o@5 40 
60@5 25 
60@5 25 
80@5 25 
80@5 35 
80@5 25 
80@4 40 
75@4 40 
75@4 20 
00@4 30 
00@4 30 
00@4 20 
00@4 35 
00@4 20 
80@4 10 
75@4 10 
75@4 10 
75@4 10 
75@4 10 
75@4 10 
75@4 10 



Minn. hard 

wheat 
straights, 
in 140-lb. 

jute sacks. 



3 50@3 80 

3 30@3 80 

3 30@3 80 

3 30@3 80 

3 30@3 80 

3 30@3 80 

3 30®3 80 

3 40@3 80 

3 40@3 80 

3 30@3 75 

3 30@3 70 

3 30@3 70 

30@3 70 

80@3 60 

20@3 60 

15@3 50 

10@3 40 

10@3 40 

10@3 40 

10@3 40 

30@3 60 

20@3 60 

10@3 60 

10@3 60 

_ 10®3 60 

3 10@3 60 

3 10®3 60 

3 00@3 35 

300@3 40 

3 00®3 40 

3 00@3 40 

3 00@3 40 

3 00@3 40 

3 00@3 30 

3 00@3 30 

3 00@3 30 

300@3 30 

3 35@3 50 

3 00@3 50 

2 80®3 30 

2 80@3 20 

3 80@3 30 
3 80@3 20 
3 80@3 30 
2 80@3 30 
2 80@3 20 
2 80@3 10 
2 80@3 10 
2 80@3 10 

2 80@3 30 

3 80@3 30 
2 80@3 20 



4 50@4 90 
4 50@4 90 
4 50@4 90 
4 50@4 90 
4 80@4 90 
4 80@4 90 
4 80@4 90 
4 90@5 00 
4 90@5 00 
4 80@4 90 
4 70®4 80 
4 70@4 80 
4 70@4 80 
4 70@4 80 
4 70®4 80 
4 60@4 70 
4 30@4 40 
4 20@4 30 
4 20@4 30 
4 40@4 50 
4 60@4 70 
4 90@5 00 
4 90@5 00 
490@5 00 
4 90@5 00 
4 90@5 00 
4 90@5 00 
4 75@4 85 
4 75@4 85 
4 75@4 85 
4 75@4 85 
4 75@4 85 
4 65@4 75 
4 65@4 75 
4 65@4 75 
4 65@4 75 



65@4 75 
90@4 00 
80@4 00 
80®4 00 
70@3 90 
70@3 90 
70@3 90 
80@4 00 
80@4 00 
70@3 85 
70@3 80 
70@3 80 
70@3 80 
70@3 80 
70@3 80 
70@3 80 



Low 
grade. 



2 15@3 60 

2 15@2 60 

3 15@3 40 
2 15@2 40 
2 15@2 40 
2 15@3 40 

2 15@2 40 

3 15@2 40 
2 15@2 40 

2 00®3 30 

3 00@2 30 
2 00@2 30 

00@3 30 
00@3 40 
00@3 40 
20@3 50 
10@3 30 
10@3 30 
10@3 30 
10@2 30 
10@2 30 
10@3 30 
10®2 30 
10@3 30 
10@2 30 
10@3 40 
10@3 40 
10@2 40 
10@2 40 
10@2 40 
10@2 40 
10@2 40 
10@2 40 
10@3 40 
1002 40 
10@2 40 



2 10@3 40 



90@3 25 
90@2 25 
90@2 20 
90@2 20 
90@3 30 
90@2 20 
90®2 20 
90@2 30 
90@3 20 
90@2 20 
90@2 20 
90@2 30 
90@2 30 
90®2 20 
90@2 30 



Good to 

choice 

rye. 



3 85@4 05 
3 85@4 05 
3 95@4 25 

3 95®4 25 

4 05®4 35 
4 05(34 35 
4 05@4 35 
405®4 35 
4 (&m 35 
4 05®4 35 
4 05®4 3d 



05@4 35 
05®4 35 
05@4 35 
05@4 35 
05@4 35 
05@4 35 
05@4 35 
05@4 35 
_05@4 35 
405@4 35 
4 05®4 35 
»3 50@3 PO 
3 50@3 90 
3 50@3 90 



40@3 60 

40@3 60 

4fl@3 60 

40@3 60 

40@3 60 

30@3 50 

10@3 40 

10@3 40 

00@3 30 

90@3 20 

_ 20@3 35 

3 20®3 45 

3 00@3 50 

3 10@3 50 

3 10@3 50 

3 10@3 50 

3 20@3 60 

340@3 90 

3 30@3 70 

3 30@3 75 

3 30@3 75 

3 30@3 75 

3 30@3 80 

3 30@3 80 

3 30@3 80 



•In sacks from July 9. 



8 



PRICES OF WHEAT IN STORE BY SAMPLE AND TO 

GO TO STORE. 

Bange of prices for this cereal during each week in 1905. 



Jan.. 
Feb.. 
M'ch 

April 
May. 
June 

July. 

A.Mg. 

Sept. 

Oct.. 
Nov.. 
Dec. 



6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

7 

14 
21 
28 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 

15 
22 
29 



No. 2 

red 

winter. 

In store. 



14'/^@1 17 

i2^@i'i4 

99J4@i'66?4 



1 02 @1 04 
94 ® 98 

1 03 

1 03J6@1 05 
91>6@1 00 

93 

89V4@ 93J4 
88 @ 93H 
839^® 85^ 
82J6@ 845li 
80%@ 83^ 
7914® 82i4 
79}4@ 80% 



83i4@ 84 

85^@ 80% 

85^® 87 

86%® mvi 

88)6® 9034 

86"'®"88Ji 



85 @ m% 

87%® 88% 

88?^® 8954 

8754® 889^ 



No. 3 

red 

winter, 

in store. 



87 <i 



1 12 

1 083^ 
1 05 



1 14 '4 



92K, 

91!4 

9214 

87 

86'/2 

83^ 



No. 3 

red 

winter, 

by 
sample. 



1 12'/2 



13'/j 
.... 1 15 
13 @1 14 

imm 15 

13)6@1 16k 
10K@1 I6V2 
.... 1151^ 
13 @1 18 
07>^@1 19 
08 @1 15 
07 @1 11 
07 @1 0854 

03 @1 09 

04 @1 13 
0554®! 15?^^ 
00 @1 14 Vi 
85)6® 92 
84 ® 94 

90M 



94 


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9954 


1 00 


®1 03 


1 01 


®1 04 


1 01 


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9:i 


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97 


SO 


@ 


97 





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"'sg' 


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'96 


861^® 


92^4 


86 


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93 


831^® 


87 


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80 


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83% 


80 


® 


83 


773^® 


8m 


79 


® 


81% 


80%® 


835^ 


83 


® 


84 


8314® 


86^ 


83%® 


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83 


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875^ 


84 


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8754 


8.T 


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90 Vi 


88 


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89^ 


87 


w 


89 


8654® 


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87U 


83 


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87 


87%® 


88 






89 


85 


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87 
85 



No. 2 
hard 

winter, 
by 

sample. 

F. O. B. 



120 

'..'.'.'.'. ii7" 

'.'.'.'.'.'. i'is" 

1 11%@1 12% 
1 11 @] 1554 

1 14 

115 

I 15 ®1 17^ 

1 10 ®1 1654 

891^®! 04 

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1 00 ®1 02 

1 02 

100 

1 02 @1 06 
1 04k®l 06 



90^® 94 

87 ® 9354 

86%® 92^ 

83%® 91 

825^® 871/2 

82M@ 85 

81 @ 85 

7914® 87 

80%® 33 

81 %@ 85^4 

87 

85 ® 86 

83 @ 8534 
85 ® 8554 

84 ® 85% 

85 ® 89 
87^® 91i4 

86 ® 90M 
83J^® 87)4 
83%® 86% 
81 ® 85 
85%® 8614 

'.'..'.'. "85" 



No. 3 
hard 

winter, 
by 

sample. 



10 ®1 
0654@I 
10 @1 

07 @1 
OT^m 

08 - 



10 



1 05 

1 06 

1 03 

1 03 

99 

95 

1 01 

1 00 

80 

81 

88 



@1 
, 1 



@1 
®1 
@I 
@1 
®1 
@1 
®1 



13 

1534 

15% 

14 

14 

15 

19 

16 

19 

14 

11 

10 

0954 

12 

14 

1454 

0334 

9136 

9054 

93yj 



90 ® 92 



90 @1 
'84"@ 



82 ® 



7934® 
7834® 
7836® 
80 ® 

80 @ 

81 @ 
80 @ 
82%® 
82%® 
82%® 
84%® 



80 @ 
78 @ 
78%® 
8254® 
823^® 
80 ® 
80 @ 



00 
93 

92 
92% 
89% 
86 

&3k 
83 

8154 
81% 

87 

87 

8436 
86 

8654 

88 

90 

89 

85 

84 

85 

82% 

83 

833% 

82 



No. 1 
northern 
spring, 
in store 
and to go 
to store. 



97 



9754 



1 io%@i 1234 

1 12 @1 1334 
1 15?S®1 17 

i i8"®i'i9" 



88 



WHEAT VALUES. 



The foll/ming table exhibits the highest and lowest prices for (Contract) wheat (cash) 
at Cliicago during each month from 1879 to 1905, inclusive. 



1879.... 
1880.... 
1881.... 
1882.... 
1883.... 
1884. . . . 
1885.... 
1886. . . . 
1887.... 
1888.... 
1889.... 
1890.... 
1891.... 
1893.... 
1893.... 
1894.... 
1895.... 
1896.... 
1897.... 
1S98.... 
1899.... 
1900.... 
1901.... 
1903.... 
1903.... 
1904.... 
1905.... 



January. 



81'/2® 87^ 
14 @1 333i 
95^4®! 00 
2514®! -85% 
93?fi@l 04}^ 
88V2@ 95% 

76 @ ' 

77 @ 
77«® 
75H@ 78K2 
92 @1 03^ 
74V4® rsH 
87^® 96^ 
84i4@ 90i4 



84% 



59}i@ 63 
48%@ 55 
55?£® 68% 

73 @ 81 
89^®1 10 
66i4@ 76 
61^® 67^ 
7196® 76% 

74 ® SO'/z 
70M@ 7914 
SI14® 93/2 
15!/2@1 21 



$ 85>4@ 94 
18»i®l 35?i 
9654® 99% 
16>4@1 32% 
0314®! IIM 
90M@ 96!^ 
7414® 79H 
783^® 815s 
73^® 78»4 
76% 



February. 



7414® 76% 
933^® 97V4 
84H@ 91?£ 
73 ® 75% 
54^2® mVi 
49?g@ 51% 
62 ® 7114 
73^2® 76% 
93 @1 08 
69Si® 74% 
63%® 67% 
73%@ 74% 
73%® 76% 
73%® 80% 
86 ®1 10 
1 13%(?!),1 24 



March. 


88%® 


96% 


13 ®1 35% 


9854®1 03% 


33 ®1 36 


04 ®1 09% 


81%® 


92% 


73%® 


79% 


75%® 


81 


71%® 


8054 


71%® 


7654 


96ii@l 04% 1 


7654® 


80% 


94)4®1 03% 1 


7714® 


89% 


73J4® 


79% 


55%® 


59% 


51%® 


55% 


59%® 


71 


71 ® 


76 


00 @1 06% 1 


66 ® 


74% 


64 ® 


67 


7314® 


7654 


69%® 


76 


70!4® 


75% 


88i4@l 03% 


11 @1 18% 



April. 



83%® 9154 
05i4@l 14% 
99%®1 05% 
32 @142 
99 ®1 1354 



73%® 



77%@ 
03 ' 



94% 
91% 
80% 
83% 
81% 
98% 
90 
@1 13% 
" 85% 



57%® 63% 
53%® 63% 
6154® 71 
66%@ 77% 
1 01 ®1 23% 
70 ® 76% 
64%® 67% 
69%® 74% 
70 @ 76% 
71%® 79 
85i4®l 03% 
86%@1 19% 



May. 



90%@1 02% 
13 ®1 19 
01 ®1 12% 
23 @1 28% 
07%@1 1454 
85 @ 95 
85%® 90% 
7254® 7954 



80%® 89% 
7754® 86% 
89%@1 00 
99%@1 08 
80 ® 85% 
6854® 7654 
53 ® 5954 
60%® 81^6 
575^® 67% 
68%® 76 
1 17 ®1 85 
68%® 79% 
63%@ 67% 
70 ® 75% 
72%® 7654 
74%® 80% 
87%®1 06 
87 @1 13% 



June. 



$1 01%®1 07 

87 @1 02% 
1 06%®1 14% 
1 25 ®1 35% 
9854®1 14 
83%® 90 
8454® 89% 
70%® 77% 
94% 

8654 
82 

9354 



78%® 
75%® 
84 ' 
92 
78 

61%® 
53%® 
69 ® 



®101% 

87% 



69 
60% 
81 
67 

67 @ 73 
75 @120 
715^® 7954 
65%® 87% 
65%® 7754 
7154® 75% 
7454® 85% 

93 ®1 06 

94 @1 20 



J/te following table exhibits the highest and lowest prices for [Contract) wheat {cash) 
at Chicago during each month from 1879 to 1905, inclusive. 



1879.. 
1880.. 
1881.. 
1882.. 
1883.. 
1884.. 
1885.. 
1886.. 
1887.. 
1888.. 
1889 . 
1890.. 
1891.. 
1892.. 
1893.. 
1894.. 
1895.. 
1896.. 
1897.. 
1898.. 
1899.. 
1900.. 
1901.. 
1903.. 
1903.. 
1904.. 
1905.. 



Jub 


'• 


August. 


September. 


October. 


November. 


December. 


5 88%®1 04% 


S 83%® 88% 


.$ 85 ®1 0654 


SI 0454@1 31% 


$1 10%®1 31% 


SI 22 ®1 33% 


S6%@ 


96% 


8654® 9054 


8754® 95% 


92%®1 01% 


1 0154®1 12% 


93%@1 10% 


1 0354®1 23 


1 19 ®1 38 


1 20%@1 41 


1 30 ®1 43% 


1 23%®1 33 


1 2454®1 30 


1 :M ®1 36 


97 ®1 09 


97%@1 08 


9354® 97 


91%@ 94% 


9054® 95 


!»6%®1 0354 


1 00 @1 03% 


93 @ 99% 


89%® 96% 


92 ® 98% 


94%® 99% 


7954® 


84% 


76%® 83% 


7354® 80 


70%® 74% 


7154® 74% 


69%® 76% 


^^554® 


90% 


78 ® 89 


7654® 86% 


84%® 9154 


83M® 90% 


83%® 89 


73 ® 


79V4 


74 ® 78% 


7354® 77 


69%® 74% 


73%® 76% 


75%@ 79% 


67%® 


7154 


66%® 69% 


67%® 71% 


69%® 72% 


71%® 76% 


75 ® 79% 


79%® 


85% 


81%® 94 


90 ®1 65 


1 02%@1 17% 


1 03%@1 15 


97%®1 06% 


76%® 


85 


7554® 79 


75%® 83 


77%® 8254 


78%® 81% 


76%® 80 


&5 ® 


94 


89%®1 07% 


95%®1 04% 


96%®1 03% 


8754®1 01% 


87%@ 93% 


S4%® 


94% 


86%@1 13% 


90%®1 00 


93%® 99 


9154® 96% 


89%® 93% 


76 ® 


80 


74%® 80 


71%® 74% 


6954® 74% 


69%@ 73 


69%® 73% 


54%® 


6614 


55%® 63% 


63%® 69% 


6054® 66% 


58%® 63 


59%® 64% 


r^%® 


58% 


52 ® 55% 


50%® 54% 


50%® 52H 


51%® 55% 


53%® 57 


61%® 


71% 


59 @ 68% 


55%® 6254 


57%® 61% 


55%® 5854 


54 @ 59% 


5454® 


62M 


53 ® 63% 


53 ® 70 


65%® 8154 


71 ® 94% 


74%® 93% 


6854® 


78% 


76 ®1 00 


85 ®100 


83 ® 97 


86 @ 98% 


86 ®106 


63%® 


88 


65%® 75 


62%@ 68 


62 ® 7054 


64%® 69% 


62%® 70 


68%® 


75% 


69 ® 74% 


69%@ 75% 


68%® 74% 


65 @ 71% 


64 ® 69% 


74 ® 


81% 


71%® 7654 


72%® 79% 


71%® 77% 


69%® 7454 


6954® 745^ 
73 ® 79% 


63%® 


71% 


66%@ 77 


68%® 71 


66%® 71^ 


70 ® 73% 


71^4® 


79 


6854® 76 


70 ® 95 


67%® re% 


69%® 77% 


71%® 77% 


75 ® 


84 


7754® 90M 


74%® 93 


76%® 88 


75%® 8654 


77%® 87 


94%®1 13 


94 ®1 20 


1051^1 22 


1 09%@1 22 


1 09%@1 20 


1 0954@1 18% 


S6%@1 


20 


77%@1 15 


78%® 95 


83%@ 92% 


83%® 92 


82V$@ 90 



10 



CORN AND OATS. 



Beceipts and Shipments of these cereals during 1905, by routes. 



Lake 

Canal 

Chicago & Northwestern Bailway 

Illinois Central Railroad 

Chicago, Eock Island & Pacific Railway 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway 

Chicago & Alton Railroad 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 

Wabash Railroad (West of Chicago) 

Chicago Great Western Railway 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad 

Wisconsin Central Railway 

Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway 

Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway 
Eastern Lines 



Totals. 



Corn. 



Received. 
Bu. 



326.802 

17,576.428 

21,256.700 

14,547,900 

22,613,400 

6,848,400 

4,575,100 

10,455,600 

2,587,900 

4,528,700 

5,093,100 

18,000 

213,900 

127,500 

54,014 



110,823.444 



Shipped. 
Bu 



49,772,146 

121,800 

1,218,733 

10,000 

342,800 

293,100 

9.200 



1,000 

988,500 

235,620 

37,984,327 



Oats. 



Received. 
Bu. 



91,153.342 



35,300 

1&689,332 

13,687,450 

15,023,652 

10,311,150 

3,140,500 

5,870,650 

18,213,300 

2,124.250 

4,487,745 

2,225.750 

137,530 

124,700 

346,562 

68,890 



92,486,761 



Shipped. 
Bu. 



11,938,925 

3,766 

23,200 

867,100 

382,200 

2,900 

169.650 

114,800 

15,950 



1,450 

' 'l,383',366 

281,745 

50,946,740 



66,131,725 



CORN AND OATS. 



Receipts and Shipments of these cereals during 1905, by montJis. 



January... 
February. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August — 
September 

October 

November. 
December . 



Totals 110,823.444 



Corn. 



Received. 
Bu. 



10,264,528 
6.830,850 

14,808,100 
8,250,258 
4,696.497 

12,038,400 

10,.S30,750 
8,497,062 

11,530,321 
5,031,238 
7,979,038 

10,578,402 



Shipped. 
Bu. 



5,377,724 
3,723,158 
7.673,103 

10,196,218 
5,797,475 

11,196,063 
8,710,561 

11,615,364 

10,432,942 
6,194,074 
4,878,024 
5,368,636 



91,153,343 



Oats. 



Received. 
Bu. 



3,579,795 

3,860,537 

9,095.450 

3,921,100 

4,171,125 

6,313,574 

6,388,036 

12,966,466 

10.743,504 

14,012,888 

9,327,068 

8,308,228 



92,486,761 



Shipped. 
Bu. 



4,406,933 
3,473,614 
4,617,309 
4.198,234 
4,805,399 
4,677,719 
4,456,192 
6,519,253 
5,830,071 
8,413,229 
8,459,053 
7,284,719 



66,131,735 



11 



PRICES OF CORN AND OATS. 



Cash prices of these cereals for each week during 1905. 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July.;;;!.;;;;; 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 



6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
38 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 

16 
23 
30 

7 

14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

8 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
23 
29 



No. 2 

Corn. 

In store. 



43% 



51^@54 
57 @64M 
50ii@55 
51^@53% 

54 @56M 

56J4@58M 

56M@58i4 

57Ks@59 

55>4@57J4 

53=Si@55% 

54 @55 

54 @55^ 

54 ©5554 

53M@55Jf 

52^@54i4 

53 @54J^ 

52V4@54^ 

52M@53 

50 @53 

.... 5m 

.... 50 



46 @50 



45 mWi 



No. 2 

Yellow 

Corn. 

In store. 



No. 3 

Com. 

In store. 



54 @64 
50ii®56 
52}4@54^ 
5414055 J4 



57 ©5834 

57J6©'i9 

55H@58i4 

55 

55^@553i 
55 @55M 
53%@55^ 
53 @Mhi 
53 @54?4 
53 ©545^ 
63M@5454 
h2V2®m% 
54}^@55i4 

53 ©54 
53^@54 
53 
52 



47 @50 
45 @48M 



42 @42?i 
42%@AS^4 



42M@43ii 

44 @44H 

44H©44% 

45ii@45^ 

46^®47 

46%®48^ 

47 ©4714 

45!4@47H 

46%@48 



47i4©4734 
46 ©4714 
.... 46)^ 
.... 49M 

54 ©6134 



52 ©54 
53H@54^ 
54%®55i4 
53^@56;4 
58 ©58 

57 ©58 
55 ©58% 
53%©55^ 
54i4@55 
54 ©55)6 
54 ©55J^ 

53 ©55 
52i/2©53% 
52i4©54 
52M©54i4 
5154©53^2 
49%@52H 
.... 52J6 
51 @B2J6 
.... 52?£ 
51 ©53 
49J6©51 



43 ©46 
423^@45 
43 ©45 
42^@43 
43 '©^M 
41J^®42M 



No. 3 

Corn. 

By sample 

On track 

and f . o. b. 



42 ©43/j 

42 ©43 

42i4©43M 

42}4©43)6 

42^©43 

42M©44 



45 ©46 

46 ©47^ 
46i4®485^ 
46 ©48 
4554©47?£ 
46i4@4834 
48 @50J^ 

47 msu 

4534©47»4 
46Ji@49i4 
48 ©50 

49 ms?i 

51 ©59 
493i©63i4 
51i4@54 

53 ©54M 

54 ©55M 

56 ©58 

56yj©58J4 

57}it@5S% 

55 ©58% 
53J6©56i4 
54>6©55?i 
54 ©55»i 
54 ©55^ 
53 ©55^ 
52]^©54 
52}4©54i4 

52 @54?£ 
51?i@54 
50 ©54 
52 ©55V4 
50H@54 
48 ©5414 
47i^@54 
46 @52i^ 
44 ©50 
4236@48 
42 ©47% 
42%@52M 
41i4@47i^ 
42J6@45 
41J2@42i4 



No. 3 

Yellow 

Corn. 

By sample 

On track 

and f . o. b 



42 ©43M 

43 ®43>i 
425£@43;4 



43 ©44 

44 ©45 
44ii©45% 

45 ®46>i 

46 ©47)6 
47)6@50 
4754@483£ 

47 ©48)6 
47)6©49 
49 ©51 
47 ©48 



47 ©50)6 



50)4©64 
51>4@61 
50 ©54 

54 @55!4 

54i4©56 

54)4@67 

56)i©58 

565^@58)6 

57i4@585S£ 

55)6@58^ 

54 ©57 
543i@56)^ 

55 ©561* 
54i4©55?£ 
53%@55)6 
53 ©54)4 
52!4©545i£ 
52)i©54^ 
535£©54)6 
52i4©54^ 
54>4@55)6 
52)6©54% 
52^s©54)6 
49 ©55 
47 ©54 
44?i©53 
43 ©50)6 

42 ©43)i 

43 ©52 
41)6©44)^ 
42)6©51 
413^4214 



Standard 

Oats. 
In store. 



29J^©30)i 
.... 30% 



.... 31 

36)i©32)4 
32 @32)i 



32 @33)i 
3234@32;4 

!!!.■ 3ik 

30H®30% 
30)6@32i4 
.. . 30J4 
28%©31)6 

■.'-■.: 3i^ 

... 31?£ 
32 ©32)4 
32 ©33 



33 ©32% 

33!4©33 

33)^©34 

33 ©34)i 

31)4©32)4 

30)4©32)6 

28H@29)6 

27!4@285Si 

26)4@37)4 



2454@27>6 
36k©373Si 
27)6©28i^ 



27?i@29 
28)6®29^ 
28)6©30 
29H@30?£ 

!;;; 3i% 



32 ©325l£ 



31)4 
31 



No. 2 

Oats. 

By sample 

On track 

and f. o. b. 



30 ©31 
30i^@31)6 
30M@31)6 
30i4®31 



30H®31 

30i^@31)4 

30ys@32)6 

30)6@31X 

31)4®32 

31)6@323^ 

30M©S2 

29!4®30^ 

30 ©304 

30 ©30Vi 

29)4©30)4 

29 ©31 



29)6©31)4 

30)i@31 

30i4©31 

30 ©31 

30)6©315£ 

30 ©31)4 

30)4©305li 

31)4©33 

31)4@33 

31)6®33H 

30H©32 

283.^©32 

25H©29 

25>4®38 

24i4©26 



34V^®25)4 
34^®25^ 
253i@27 
36)4@27)6 
27 ©28 

27 ©28 
28?£@30!4 

28 ©2854 

29 @30)6 
295£@30}4 

30 @31 

30 ©31 
30)4@30^ 
29)6©30)4 
30H©31)6 

31 @31Kj 
30ii©31i^ 
.... 30 



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Comparative statement showing the current prices of these products in the Chicago 

SPRING WHEAT FLOUR, PER BARREL. 

Good to choice samples. 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 



1903. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



January — 
February... 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July" :::::: 

August 

September.. 

October 

November.. 
December , . 



20@3 60 
20@3 60 
40@3 70 
40@3 70 
40@3 70 
20@3 60 
20@3 60 
20@3 70 
30@3 70 
30@3 70 
40@3 80 
40@3 80 
40@3 80 
30@3 70 
30@3 60 
30@3 60 
40@3 70 
40@3 70 
40@3 70 
40@3 70 
40®3 60 
30®3 50 
20@3 50 
20@3 50 



30@3 50 
30@3 50 
20@3 55 
20@3 55 
KXm 45 
10@3 45 
10@3 45 
10@3 45 
10@3 45 
00@3 40 
00@3 45 
30@3 75 
60@4 20 
70@4 30 
70@4 10 
50®4 00 
50@4 00 
50@4 00 
60@4 10 
60®4 10 
40@3 90 
50@3 90 
40®3 85 
40@3 85 



60@3 80 
60@3 80 
60@3 80 
50@3 70 
50®3 70 
50®3 75 
50®3 80 
50@3 80 
45@3 80 
45@3 80 
45@3 80 
45@3 80 
25@3 55 
30@3 50 
40@3 70 
40@3 70 
40@3 70 
40@3 70 
30@3 60 
25@3 55 
25@3 60 
35@3 70 
35@3 70 
50@3 80 



3 50@3 80 
3 50@3 80 
3 50@3 80 
3 20@3 70 
3 20®3 70 
3 20@3 70 
3 20@3 70 
3 20@3 60 
3 40@3 80 
3 50@3 90 
3 50@3 90 
3 50@3 80 
3 50@3 80 
3 50®3 85 
3 50@3 75 
3 50@3 75 
3 50@3 75 
3 40@3 70 
3 30@3 60 
3 30@3 60 
3 40@3 70 
3 40@3 70 
3 40@3 70 
3 40@3 70 



3 40@3 70 
3 50@3 80 
3 60@3 95 
50@3 80 
50@3 80 
40@3 80 
30@3 70 
30@3 70 
35®3 90 
35@3 90 
50@4 00 
60@4 10 
90@4 40 



4 00@4 40 



00@4 40 
00@4 40 
20@4 60 
20@4 60 
20@4 60 
10@4 50 
10@4 50 
00@4 30 
00@4 30 
00@4 30 



4 00@4 30 



00@4 30 
10@4 50 
20@4 50 
80@5 20 
40@4 70 
40@4 70 
40@4 70 
4 30®4 60 
4 30@4 60 
4 30@4 70 
4 30@4 70 
4 30@4 70 



30@4 70 
30@4 70 
70@5 20 
00@5 90 
40@6 00 
40@6 00 
30@5 70 
30®5 80 
00@5 50 
90@5 40 



4 90@5 50 



5 00@5 50 
5 00@5 00 
5 00@5 50 
5 00@5 40 
5 10@5 60 
5 00@5 40 
5 00@5 40 
500@5 40 
4 70@5 20 
4 50@5 00 

4 70@5 70 

5 00@5 70 
5 00@5 70 
4 85@5 40 

85@5 40 

60@5 25 

80@5 25 

80@5 25 

_ 75@4 40 

4 00@4 20 

4 00@4 35 

3 80@4 10 

3 75@4 10 

3 75@4 10 



SPRING WHEAT, PER BUSHEL. 



January 

February . . . 
March 

April'.. !!".;;.' 

May 

June 

July!:!!!;;!! 

August 

September.. 

October 

November. . 
December. . . 



1899. 

No. 1 

Northern 

spring. 



68Ji@69 

71 @72 
70 @71^ 
.... 7214 

67 @69 

72 @TS% 

.... 73M 

70 @71M 
76!/2@78>i 
75Ks®77'/^ 

73 @74M 
71?g®72J6 
69H@70!/s 
71M@71?£ 

71 @72 
71 ®71% 
72H@74M 
70H@71>i 
68%@7iyi 

68 ®70 

65 @68i4 



1900. 

No. 1 

Northern 

spring. 



66i4@69 
62^@65 

m%m&y2 

66M®69M 
64 @67 
66Ji®68^ 
6636@69 
66 @68^ 
65}4@68 
65J4@67 
65%@68 
735!i®76 
77 ®78J6 
76 @76i^ 
74 ®75}i 
73!/s@74>^ 

75^@79 

75i4®78 

73i/i@78 

72M@76J6 

71}^@74K, 

69M@73 

69?^@73 



1901. 

No. 1 

Northern 

spring. 



735Si@77i/2 
72'/s@76 
72%@76 
73%@76 

7mmoM 

75}i@78 
735g@76 
70J4@73 
72K2®75 
71Jg®73ii 

74%@77i4 
69>4®73 
64H®67 
6i]/m67 



70H@75 
69^@72 

69 @71K 
67%®70 
68^®71^ 

70 @72Vi 
71^@74H 
73 ®76 
75J^@78 



1902. 

No. 1 

Northern 

spring. 



78i4@81i4 

7t,%@7Sy2 

74>6@77i/2 

75^®79 

7iy4.@77%. 

73 @77 

70V4@73 

73 @77 
74H®77M 
74%@76% 
72Jg®745i 
71M@74M 
76 @77^^ 

74 @';6^ 
72H®73^ 
73 @74 
73^@75 

75 ©76 
72!/2@73 
72H@74^ 

72 @73)6 
723£@75 

73 ®75 
74%@77 



1903. 

No. 1 

Northern 

spring. 



7m®75^ 
74 @78/j 
74^@79 
74i^@80 

75^@80>6 

72^@77i4 

72M@77 

76i4®81 

77i4@80 

78y2®82 



78 ®79J^ 
78J6®80J6 
82 @85 
82 ©84% 
88ii@90i4 
88 ©92 
92 @93 
85 ©88 
80?^®82 
815^@85 
76^@82 
81%©87 
77%®86 



1904. 

No. 1 

Northern 

spring. 



82 © 
83^® 
86 @ 
93 @ 
93i^@l 
95 ©1 
96'/^®l 
92 © 



91!/2@ 
93%© 
92 © 
94^© 
01!/2®1 
02 ©1 
15 ©1 



20 
20 



1 17 
1 17 
1 16 
1 16 



. 1 

©1 
@1 
©1 
©1 



1905. 

No. 1 

Northern 

spring. 



20 
15 
14 
13 
16 



1 18 ©1 20 
1 17J6@1 20M 
1 20 ©1 21 
®1 23J^ 
©1 17 
©1 15 
©1 15 
©1 17 
89K® 93J6 
01 ®1 05 
07%©1 09 
1 ]2/2©l 13V4 
1 16 ®1 20 
.... 1 15 
1 10 ©1 15 



90 



90 © 
88 © 
87 @ 
86H@ 



89 
92 
89 
90 
88^ 



15 



WHEAT, CORN AND OATS. 

Market on the first and sixteenth days of each month for seven years. 

CORTf, PEE BUSHEL. 



January... 
February . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July. ;!!;■'. 

August — 
September 
October . . . 
Novemiier . 
December . 



1899. 
No. 2 corn. 



36 @37 
3555£@36 

36ii@35M 
36 ©3654 

33 @335Si 

35H@35ii 

34 @M^A 
33ii@33H 

33 ©331^ 
34%@35)4 

34 @34?^ 
33 ©3314 
30!4@31% 

.... 31K2 

.... 31H 
33=!£®32% 

mimm 

31i/^@33H 
32 @32J^ 
31?g©32 
.... 30% 
31 mWt 



1900. 
No. 2 corn, 



.... am 

.... 31}i 

.... 31>/2 

33i/4©33?^ 

.... 33?£ 

.... 36!4 

.... 38?^ 

.... Z%% 

.... mVi 

.... 37^4 

39M@39% 
421^@42?^ 
.... 41 
.... 3816 
.... 39i4 
41 ©4116 
40%@4116 
39>4@40 
.... 4116 
37K2@37^ 
.... 391^ 
.... 3512 
.... 39 



1901. 
No. 2 corn 



36 @361i 
.... 36?i 
.... 37J^ 
39 ©391^ 
391^@39^ 
.... 4016 
.... 43 
.... 43U 
49 ©4914 
54 ©57 
44 ©44% 
i2ys@42% 
4414 
47^©49 
551i@57 

54%©55H 
.... 561^ 
.... 55i<i 

.... 57% 

.... 60^ 

.... 6316 

.... 6414 



1902. 
No. 2 com. 



62%@6314 
59 ©60 
58^@59% 
591|^©6016 
685i©60 
59M©6116 
59 ©59514 
6116©6316 
63 ©6214 



6216@64: 
72514@7314 
64?4©6516 
58 ©60 
.... 5414 
.... 60 
.... 57?4 
60 ©6014 
.... 61 
.... 55 
.... 551i 
.... 53 
.... 52M 



1903. 
No. 2 corn 



.... 4416 

.... 4816 

.... 43 
4214@43 

.... 4514 

.... 43 

.... 42 

44i4©44?4 
....@45J^ 
....©4716 



50^@50M 
49%©50M 
.... 52 
....521^ 
5114@515I4 
.... 5314 
.... 4516 
.... 46 
.... 4414 
.... 4iy2 
.... 4214 
.... 42 



1904. 
No. 2 corn. 



44 
455^ 
46 
51 

Slli 
51^ 
5614©56^ 
5214©52?4 
47k©47K2 
... 49 
4716@49 
48^ 
47li 



51M 

5414 

54 

521^ 

52?:4 

53 
54 
55 

49 
45 14 ©46 



1905. 
No. 2 corn. 



. 4214 
. 43 
. 42^ 
. 4414 
. 4514 
. 4814 
. 46J4 
. 4754 
. 48 
. 53 
5254©54 

54 ll^ 
56i4©56^ 
5714@58M 
5454©55 
.... 54% 
.... 53^ 
.... 5416 
.... 50 
.... 51 
51 ©5114 
4814 
46"©4616 
.... 4714 



OATS, PER BUSHEL. 



January... 
February . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July. ■.■.■-■.■.■ 

August 

September 

October 

November 
December. 



1899. 
No. 3 oats 



27 ©271^ 

26?4©27 

3714©27?4 

27fl4©2814 

27^©2814 

2514©27 

2716©275^ 

26%®26% 

27 ©27^2 



24i4©25 
36 ©2614 
.... 24M 
2414©24=I4 
1914©19?4 
20%©21 
31 ©SIH 
23 ©2214 
2334©23 
2214@23% 
23 ©24 

2316@33i4 

2214@23 

22M©23 



1900. 
No. 2 oats, 



.... 22M 
.... 2!2% 
2216©22M 
23»4©2324 
.... 23 
... 23?6 
2416@24% 
.... 24 
.... 231^ 
.... 221^ 
21M@21% 
23 @23!4 
.... 33M 
.... 2354 
.... 2114 
23 ©3214 
.... 2114 
.... S3 
.... 2314 
.... 3154 
.... 32 
.... 22 
.... 2154 
.... 23 



1901. 
No. 3 oats 



23 ©2314 
2314®24 
2414@35 
2514®255S£ 

25 ©3554 
355!4@26 

26 ©2714 
37 ©271^ 
2734@28M 
295^®30i4 
2896@39 
27M©2814 
3716©3914 
.... 3154 
34 ©35 
35M®37 



35 ©35^ 
35 ©3616 
3514©36 
3754©3814 
3954@40ys 
.... 4354 
46 ©4616 



1902. 
No. 3 oats 



45M@46 

4314©4416 

4254@4314 

42%@4354 

4314©4514 

43^©4514 

4116©4214 

42%©43 

4114®4254 

43 ©4316 

39 ©3916 

.... 4214 

.... 4914 

.... 4814 

26i4©37 

.... 3616 

.... 3614 

.... 3714 

.... 38 

.... 2754 

.... 2814 

.... 29M 

.... 3014 



1903. 

Contract 

oats. 



315i@31% 
.... 3414 
.... 335^ 
.... 341^ 
33%©34 
.... 3.3=^ 
.... 34 
.... 34 
.... 33% 
.... 36}^ 
.... 36 
.... 381i 
.... 3916 
.... 3954 
34 ©3454 
351^@36 

;.'."." 37" 
.... 35^ 



1904. 

Contract 

oats. 



.... 35% 
.... 3314 



3854@39i4 
41 ©4114 
40%©44 
3914®40 
.... 39^ 

37%©3814 



4214 
4154@42 
42 ©4214 
.... 39y2 
401i@40l4 
3414@37 
34%@351i 
3214@3314 
.... 3i% 
.... 3014 
2814@31 
39 ©29^ 

29"©3ii4 
.... 29% 



1905. 

Contract 

oats. 



.... 2914 
305^©31 
31%@3154 
31^@331C 
29%@29X 
2954@3016 
.... 28?^ 
■ -.. 31% 
31 ©3214 
.... 3116 
.... ^H 
.... 323i 
.... 2714 
25%@26^ 
.... 2556 
28 ©29»4 
2714©2814 
3814©283l£ 
.... 29^ 
.... 30 
.... 29^ 
.... 3054 



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16 



RYE AND BARLEY. 



Receipts and shipments of these cereals during 1905, by routes. 





Ryk. 


Barley. 




Received. 
Bu. 


Shipped. 
Bu. 


Received. 
Bu. 


Shipped. 
Bu. 


Lake 


■ 768'.886 

55;000 

172,000 

481,500 

29,000 

37,610 

656,800 

21,000 

49,000 

23,200 

39,667 

6,000 

105,747 

7.034 


175,700 

'"VM 
1,000 
1,0C0 

"'2',666 
■"■7',666 

""8,o66 

314,659 
635,660 


11,025',589 

1,613,500 

2,487.930 

667,;)00 

25,500 

l6,64b',3iJ6 

1,100 

1,405,625 

" 136,646 

3,300 

67,358 


1.466,068 


Canal 




Ghlcaso & Northwestern Railway. . 


56,800 


Illinois Central Railroad 


177,100 


Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 


60,500 


Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway 


7,700 


Chicago & Alton Railroad 




Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 


190,300 
26,400 


Wabash Railroad (west of Chicago) 


13,200 


Chicaeo Great Western Railway 




Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe r railroad 




Wisconsin Central Railway 

Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway 

Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway 

Eastern Lines 


■ ibi',266 

227,131 
5,047.638 






Totals 


2,392,444 


1,152,019 


28,074,142 


7,374,037 



RYE AND BARLEY. 



Receipts and shipments of these cereals during 1905, by months. 



January . . . 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

•lune 

July 

August 

September 
October — 
November . 
December . 



Rye. 



Barley. 



Received. 
Bu. 



130,813 

115,000 

109,100 

93,800 

97,797 

70,000 

89,0u0 

207,00-^ 

369,150 

434,180 

438,402 

239,200 



Totals 2,392,444 



Shipped. 
Bu. 



Received. 
Bu. 



140,982 

113,728 

146,585 

96,641 

51,031 

44,985 

18,764 

83,032 

79,859 

189,027 

106,131 

82,254 



1,152,019 



2.085,204 
1,966,053 
2,714,027 
1,717,960 
1,414,707 
1,425,102 
791,662 
679,433 
2,957,3(18 
4,855,600 
4,466,748 
3,000,3;^ 



28,074,142 



Shipped. 



^i?u^ 



647,125 

404,784 

520,772 

346,595 

248,409 

132,072 

129,422 

213,465 

451,143 

1,312,899 

1,567,369 

1,399,983 



7,374,037 



17 



RYE AND BARLEY. 



Range of prices, in store and hy sample, of these cereals during each week in 1905. 



January ... 
February . . 
March 

April 

May 

June 

July. ■.■.■"..■;; 

August 

September. 

October 

November. 
December . 









Choice to 


Fair to 


Low Grade 




No. 3 Rye 


No. 3 Rye 


fancy malt- 


good malt- 


malting 




In store. 


in store. 


ing barley. 


ing barley. 


barley. 








by sample. 


by sample. 


by sample. 


6 


.... 75 




45 @50 


41 @45 


38 @40 


13 


745/2@75 




45 @49 


41 @44 


38 @40^i 


20 


74!/2@75 




45 @49 


41 @46 


39 @42 


27 


74ys@75'^ 




47 @49 


43 @46 


38 @42 


3 


.... 75 




45 @48 


41 @46 


37 @42 


10 


74Vi@75 




45 @46i4 


42 @44V4 


38 @41 


17 


75 @76i4 




46 @48 


42 @^ 


39 ®41 


24 


75 @78 




45 @47 


42 @45 


39 @42 , 


3 


75 @78 





46 @48 


43 @45 


40 ©42 


10 


77 @78V4 




46 @48 


43 @46 


40 @43 


17 


78 @78^ 




47 @48 


43 @46 


40 ©43 


24 


78 @7SM 




46 @48 


43 @45 


40 ©42 


31 


78 @78)6 




46 @48 


43 @45 


40 ©42 


7 


78 @78% 




46 @48 


43 @45 


40 ©42 


14 


78 @783^ 




46 @49!4 


43 @46 


40 ©43 


21 


.... 78 




47 @49H 


44 @46 


41 ©43 


28 


73 @76 




47 @49 


44 @46 


40 ©43 


5 


70 @73H 




47 @49 


44 @46 


40 ©43 


12 


70 ©75^2 




47 @50 


44 @47 


41 ©43 


19 


76 @78 




48 @50 


45 @48 


42 ©45 


26 


76 @78 




49 @50 


46 @48 


43 @45 


o 


78 @80 




49 @50 


46 @48 


43 ©45 


5 


75 @79 




49 @50 


46 @48 


43 ©45 


16 


.... .... 




49 @50 


46 @48 


43 ©45 


23 







48 @50 


45 @48 


43 ©45 


30 







48 @50 


46 @48 


44 ©46 


7 






49 @51 


47 @48 


44 ©46 


14 






49 @52 


47 @48 


44 ©46 


21 






49 @52 


46 @48 


43 ©46 


28 


60 @72 




45 @50 


43 @48 


40 ©45 


4 


58 @66 




45 @46 


41 @44 


39 ©40 


11 


57^@59M 


.... 58 


43 @47 


41 @44 


38 ©40 


18 


57^@58/, 


55 @56 


43 @47 


40 @43 


38 ©39 


25 


57Si@59 


.... 57 


45 @50 


40 @44 


37H©39)6 


1 


58 @64 


.... 58 


45 @51 


41 @45 


38 ©41 


8 


60 @62 


59 @60i'2 


46 @52 


42 @47 


38 ©41 


15 


62 ©65^2 


.... 591/2 


47 @52 


42 @46 


38 ©41 


22 


67 @71 


62 @65y2 


47 @52 


41 @46 


37}4©40 


29 


68}4®72 


.... . . 


47 @52 


41 @46 


38 ©40 


6 


67 @68i4 


64 @66 


47 @52 


40 @46 


37 ©41 


13 


68 @70 


... 62 


45 @53 


40 @44 


36H©40 


20 


68i^@69/2 


63 @64 


45 @52 


40 @44 


36^^40 


27 


68i4@73»4 


63 @67 


46 @53 


41 @47 


38 ©42 


3 


72 @73!4 




48 @55 


42 @47 


39^®43 


10 


.... 72 


. . 69 


48 @55 


43 @46 . 


40 ©42 


17 


70 @72 




48 @55 


43 @46 


38H@42 


24 


66 miVi 





44 @55 


41 @46 


37^©41 


1 


66 @68 


.... 60 


46 @55 


41 @45 


37 ©41 


S 


67 @70 


... 66 


46 @55 


40 @45 


37 @41 


15 


66 @67 


.... 63 


47 @53 


42 @46 


38H@41% 


92 


65 @67 




46 @55 


41 @45 


38 @41 


29 


65 @67 





47 @54 


41 @46 


38 ©41 



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19 



FLOUR AND GEAIK 

The following table shows tJie aggregate annual shipments of flour and all kinds of 
grain since the incorporation of Chicago, as a city, to the present time, compiled 
from the most authentic sources : 



1838 

1839. 

1840. 

1841. 

1842. 

1843. 

1844. 

1845. 

1846. 

1847. 

1848. 

1849. 

1850. 

1851. 

1853. 

1853. 

1854. 

1855. 

1856. 

1857. 

1858 

1859. 

1860. 

1861. 

1863. 

1863. 

1864. 

1865. 

1866. 

1867. 

1868. 

1869. 

1870., 

1871. 

1873. 

1873. 

1874. 

1875. 

1876. 

1877. 

1878. 

1879. 

1880. 

1881., 

1882. 

1883. 

1884. 

1885. 

1886. 

1887. 

1888. 

1889. 

1890. 

1891. 

1892. 

1893. 

1894. 

1895. 

18%. 

1897. 

1898. 

1899. 

1900. 

1901. 

1902. 

1903. 

1904. 

1905. 



Flour. 
Brls. 



6,330 

13,753 

28,045 

33,538 

45,300 

51,309 

100,871 

73,406 

61,196 

70,984 

111,637 

163,419 

216,389 

259,648 

470,402 

686,351 

698,132 

1,603,930 

1,739,849 

1,522,086 

1,385,343 

1,393,428 

1,981,525 

2,015,455 

2,399,619 

3,339,063 

1,705,977 

1,387,574 

1,361,328 

2,303,490 

2,306,576 

3,385,U3 

3,634,838 

3,483,305 

2,779,640 

3,090,540 

3,862,737 

4,499,743 

3,843,067 

3,999,431 

4,808,884 

5,340,199 

3,778,337 

6,391,368 

5,492,100 

3,916,454 

4,134,586 

4,048,139 

5,710,620 

4,105,117 

3,714,007 

2,533,000 

3,854,832 

2,736,311 

5,033,236 

5,421,548 

7,396,697 

7,939,149 

5,839,441 

5,834,871 

7,267,896 

7,361,867 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



3,678 

10,000 

40,000 

586,907 

688,967 

891,894 

956,860 

1,459,594 

1,974,304 

3,160,000 

1,936,364 

883,644 

437,660 

635,996 

1,206,163 

2,306,925 

6,398,155 

8,364,420 

9,846,053 

8,850,357 

7,166,696 

13,402,197 

15,835,953 

13,808,898 

10,793,295 

10,250,026 

7,614,887 

10,118,907 

10,557,123 

10,374,683 

13,244,249 

16,433,585 

13,905,449 

13,160,046 

24,455,657 

27,634,587 

23,184,349 

14,361,950 

14,909,160 

34,211,739 

31,006,789 

23,796,288 

17,127,540 

19,767,884 

11,728,754 

21,046,577 

13,975,033 

15,750,129 

36,850,750 

13,009,369 

16,138,835 

11,975,276 

38,990,169 

43,833,795 

24,715,738 

18,213,443 

22,775,780 

35,888,647 

26,669,466 

38,094,894 

10,784.168 

36.649.956 

45,521,951 

30,218,807 

24,369,548 

17,957,416 

13,922.714 



Corn. 
Bu. 



67,135 

550,460 

644,848 

263,013 

3,221,317 

2,757,011 

3,780,228 

6,837,890 

7,517,635 

11,139,668 

6,814,615 

7,726,264 

4,349,360 

13,700,113 

24,372,725 

29,452,610 

25,051,450 

12,235,452 

35,437,241 

33,753,181 

21,267,205 

24,770,626 

21,586,808 

17,777,377 

36,716.030 

47,013,553 

36,754,943 

33,705,334 

26,443,884 

45,629,035 

46,361,901 

59,944,200 

61,399,376 

93,573,934 

75,463,213 

49,073,609 

71,666,508 

53,274,050 

58,805,567 

56,376,476 

50,467,814 

69,522,565 

83,861,818 

90,574,379 

66,578,300 

66,104,230 

78,919,781 

54,528,483 

59,964,265 

87,713,331 

97,456,807 

130,397,681 

116.553,096 

111,099,653 

64,101,873 

45,557,999 

90,179,115 

75,184,758 

91,153,342 



Oats. 
Bu. 



38,893 

65,280 

26,849 

158,084 

605,837 

3,030,317 

1,748,493 

3,339,987 

1,888,538 

1,014,637 

506,778 

1,519,069 

1,185,703 

1,091,698 

1,633,337 

3,112,366 

9,234,858 

16,567,650 

11,142,140 

9,961,215 

10,236,036 

14,440,830 

8,800,646 

8,507,735 

13,151,247 

12,256,537 

16,694,133 

10,561,673 

10,279,134 

11,271,642 

12,497,612 

16,464,513 

13,514,020 

30,649,427 

23,250,297 

23,658,239 

31,845,993 

84,230,293 

33,436,463 

33,364,308 

37,663,330 

40,896,971 

50,471,836 

70,768,333 

68,771,614 

67,332,323 

67.129,119 

50,376,089 

66,839,596 

83,119,853 

104,666,956 

85.057,636 

85,982,204 

77,554,695 

76,340,619 

58,030,291 

63,539,179 

47,303,901 

66,131,725 



Rye. 
Bu. 



17,315 
82,162 
41,153 
19,336 
591 



7,569 

134,404 

156,642 

393,813 

871,796 

651,094 

893,493 

999,389 

1,444,574 

1,313,389 

1,303,941 

798,744 

913,639 

1,335,867 

776,805 

960,613 

335,077 

310,593 

1,433,976 

1,553,375 

3,035,664 

2,234,363 

1,365,165 

1,104,453 

1,773,148 

3,838,654 

4,365,757 

1,216,961 

. 817,553 

700,780 

1,744,380 

2,801,366 

3.380.433 

7,573,991 

3,775,600 

1,330,013 

1.100.558 

1,168,353 

1.374,.509 

3,800,872 

4,453,384 

3,282,442 

1,223,796 

1.287,111 

3,834,215 

3,923,573 

1,567,273 

1.153.019 



Barlej-. 
Bu. 



31,453 

22,873 

19,997 

79,818 

130,367 

148,411 

93,011 

19,051 

17,993 

132,030 

486,318 

267,449 

226,534 

532,195 

946,233 

345,208 

607,484 

1,300,821 

1,846,891 

901,183 

633,753 

2,584,693 

2,908,113 

5.032,308 

3,366,041 

2,404,538 

1,868,206 

2,687.932 

4,213,656 

3,620,983 

3,566,401 

3,110,985 

3,113,251 

3,298.253 

4,643,011 

4,095,500 

5,583,003 

7,336,190 

7,314,394 

7,772,351 

8,138.109 

9,470.971 

7,858,108 

10,438.281 

8,333,268 

7.707,218 

9,322,244 

9,767.708 

7,717,351 

6.755,247 

6,371.323 

5,739.009 

3.583.753 

3,505,433 

2,986,816 

5.802,856 

7,374.037 



Totals. 

Flour reduced 

tobu. 



W 



10,000 

40,000 

586,907 

688,967 

923,4y4 

1,025.630 

1,599,819 

2,243,021 

3,001,740 

2,895,958 

1,830,968 

4,646,831 

5,836,437 

6,393,233 

13,132,501 

16,633,750 

21,610,313 

18,483,678 

20,587,189 

16,754,136 

31,108,759 

50,481,862 

56,477,110 

54,287,345 

46,718,543 

52,268,181 

65,486,323 

55,187,909 

63,688.858 

56,759,615 

54,745,903 

71,800,789 

83,364,224 

91,597,092 

84,020,691 

72,369,174 

87,241,306 

90,706,076 

118,675,469 

125,528,379 

154,377,115 

140,307,597 

114,864,933 

141,720,259 

138,652,155 

135,587,921 

129,636,678 

151,658,234 

156,659,986 

179,035,997 

204.674.918 

307.987.762 

216.182.008 

198.791.216 

148.638.822 

171.464.137 

219.710.781 

252,634,402 

287,403,904 

246.369,099 

365,552.346 

326.561.477 

166.434.230 

210,255,151 

180,521,736 

213.863.238 



20 



GRAIN IN STORE IN CHICAGO DURING 1904. 

Statement of the following cereals in store in Chicago weekly, during 1904, o.s 

reported by the State Begistrar. 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



January . . 

February . , 

March 

April 

May 

June 

jMly.'..'.y.'.. 

August — 
September 
October — 

November 
December 



9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

5 

12 

19 

26 
.> 

9 
16 

23 
30 

7 

14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
2.5 

2 

9 
16 
23 
.30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
:34 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



2,729.270 
2,814;312 
2,909,528 
2,933,640 
2,942,741 
2,903,495 
2,861,593 
2,882,508 
2,915,365 
2,900,180 
2,859,919 
2.796,206 
2,585,246 
2,311,401 
2,129,462 
2,102,715 
2,087,650 
2,049,069 
1,628,210 
1,553,279 
1,344,305 
1,461,041 
1.523,887 
1,487,010 
1,394,304 
1,374,.31S 
1,335,184 
1,197,.371 
1,117,907 
1,043,430 
1,379,147 
997,660 
911,742 
869,888 
1,055,611 
1,483,666 
1,779,705 
2,041,225 
2,250,056 
2,317,325 
2,317,794 
2,364,941 
2,281,6.57 
2,085,248 
1,990,490 
1.904,990 
1,672,988 
1,670,612 
1,682.816 
1,702,584 
1.663,104 
1.6S9..340 
1.65*;.].")2 



Corn. 


Oats. 


Eye. 


Barley. 


Total. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu, 


Bu. 


Bu. 


2,.S15,519 


1,169,618 


241,215 


277,890 


6,733,512 


2,393,684 


1,201,708 


241,520 


277,890 


6,929,114 


2.281.574 


1,128,736 


240,890 


.319,375 


6,880,103 


2,171,747 


1,132,008 


239,356 


.345,056 


6,821,807 


2,327,747 


1,181,636 


229,262 


.351,070 


7,032,456 


2,457,073 


1,473,755 


218,655 


351,070 


7,404,048 


2,535,020 


1,732,991 


210,.354 


349,652 


7,689,610 


2,690,780 


1,991,926 


233,942 


342,136 


8,141,292 


2,777,272 


2,266,.305 


239,103 


339,436 


8,537,481 


.3,029,446 


2,706,731 


239,848 


321,194 


9,197,408 


3,182,023 


2,888,26(1 


245,595 


303,381 


9,479,184 


.3,490,772 


3,049,450 


253,3.30 


303,381 


9,893,139 


3.797.516 


3,044,027 


267,647 


303,255 


9,997,751 


4,106,735 


3,104,304 


276,842 


287,241 


10,086,496 


4,269,987 


3,411,870 


292,721 


276,937 


10,080,977 


4,828,622 


3,044,860 


295,162 


269,629 


10,540.997 


5,117,295 


2,785,454 


335,061 


249,942 


10,575,943 


4,919,475 


2,248,170 


354,959 


180,049 


9,751,682 


4,169,869 


1,713,001 


355,776 


137,740 


8,004,596 


3,577,227 


1,281,410 


367,561 


123,306 


6,902,792 


2,681,781 


891,750 


403,390 


104,228 


5,425,4^3 


1,898,167 


847,176 


451,463 


96,029 


4,753,876 


1,692,981 


754,296 


452,392 


87,637 


4,511,103 


1,775,665 


740,295 


452,302 


72,452 


4,527,814 


1,840,817 


652,686 


452,302 


72,317 


4,413,516 


1,976,392 


602,611 


452,302 


72,317 


4,478,030 


2,696,542 


472,383 


452,.302 


72,317 


5,028,818 


2,763,680 


406,097 


452,302 


72,317 


4,891.866 


2,80.3,371 


251,147 


454,125 


72,317 


4,698,867 


2,8.57,886 


195,469 


471,674 


72,317 


4,640,776 


2,969,592 


339,796 


537,7.38 


68,317 


5,294,590 


2,586,168 


317,140 


537,620 


69,313 


4,507,901 


2,058,300 


383,470 


537,507 


69,313 


3,960,422 


l,774,85ti 


527,462 


537,507 


69,313 


3,779,026 


1.454,605 


937,019 


562,259 


67,.317 


4,076.901 


1,301.1.35 


1,637,499 


596,917 


63,234 


5.172,451 


1,323,611 


2,609,482 


615,402 


41,729 


6,369,929 


1,531,144 


2,522,528 


662,580 


41,729 


7,799,206 


1,669,170 


4,045,677 


685,855 


41,729 


8,692,487 


2,195,946 


4,371,016 


693,700 


41,729 


9,619,716 


2,0.33,5.34 


4,548,121 


685,121 


41,729 


9,626,709 


1,751,300 


4,848,174 


644,429 


41,729 


9,670,663 


l,489,5ti2 


5,023,364 


656,668 


11,714 


9,462,965 


1.106,577 


5,152,837 


649,410 


11,714 


9,005,786 


817,003 


5,254,226 


614,281 


11,714 


8,687,804 


254,722 


5,239,625 


415,973 


11,714 


7,827,033 


26.5,117 


5,249,310 


408,618 


11,714 


7,607,747 


270,688 


5,224,510 


394,078 


11,714 


7,571,602 


29r,827 


5,151,396 


394,078 


11,714 


7,537.831 


442,971 


5,144,417 


393,078 


11,714 


7,604,764 


777,608 


4,726,6.38 


39.3.055 


12,733 


7,573.228 


1.418,048 


4,105.476 


412.969 


12.7.33 


7.588.566 


2,140.383 


3,570,842 


414,192 


12,733 


7,803.302 



21 



GRAIN IN STORE IN CHICAGO DURING 1905, 

Statement of the following cereals in store in Chicago weekly, during 1905, as 

reported by the State Registrar. 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



January ... 
February . 

March 

April 

m&y'.'.'.. '.'.'. 

June 

July'.'.'.;;.'. 

August ... 
September 

October... 
November 
December 



7 


1,653,553 


14 


1,578,454 


21 


1,539,623 


28 


1,511,251 


4 


1.481,302 


11 


1,468,125 


18 


1,441,063 


•Zr> 


1,412,640 


4 


1,401,720 


11 


1,432,436 


IS 


1,411,952 


'£> 


1,397,337 


1 


1,443,678 


8 


1,570,614 


15 


1.733,313 


22 


1,931,087 


29 


2,262,445 


tj 


1,932,793 


13 


1,617,788 


20 


1,348,304 


27 


1.309,251 


3 


1.147,296 


10 


1,003,037 


17 


932.618 


24 


745,822 


1 


579,171 


8 


504,919 


15 


429,125 


22 


513,909 


29 


1,313,005 


5 


2,087,184 


12 


2,468.333 


19 


2,740,167 


26 


2,964,564 


'> 


3.303.573 


9 


3,319,464 


16 


3.359,382 


23 


3,382,756 


30 


3.502,991 


7 


3,511,556 


14 


3,454,757 


21 


3,516,303 


28 


3,745.056 


4 


4,010,918 


11 


4,156,930 


18 


4,647,749 


25 


5,035,902 


2 


5,068,488 


9 


5.333.081 


16 


5.330,692 


23 


5.659,379 


30 


5,680,619 



Corn. 
Bu. 



2,285.735 

2,617,553 

2.847,964 

2,996,040 

3,186,038 

3,212,768 

3.350,759 

3,466,900 

3,734,131 

3,825,448 

3,884.808 

3,856,260 

3,875,972 

'3,724,459 

3.428.078 

3,493,501 

3.344,220 

2.518,616 

2.004.330 

1,453,684 

1,884,675 

2,149,698 

785,506 

255,349 

117,673 

288,496 

829.199 

1,542,365 

3,488,692 

2,759,738 

1,990,135 

1.465,202 

1.501,454 

1,378,882 

1,530,918 

1,830,386 

2,199,525 

2,275,153 

3,245.992 

2.047,645 

1,483.551 

871,951 

430,125 

385,804 

400,026 

303,476 

281,095 

275,816 

330,274 

712,954 

1,682,280 

3.702,331 



Oats. 
Bu. 



2.994,831 
2,626,830 
2.311,231 
2,076.460 
2.072,028 
1,918.971 
1,818,106 
1,679,431 
1.518.767 
1,476,939 
1,573,847 
1,869,477 
2,:33,245 
2,424,647 
3,530,665 
3,560,636 
2,587,254 
2.004,070 
1,848,052 
1,815,450 
1,327,007 
1,313,676 
1,007,722 
885.159 
876,704 
831,417 
760,067 
738,564 
579,605 
736,366 
739,056 
745,278 
1,393,650 
2.503,628 
3,093,849 
3,417,149 
4.032,696 
4,515,842 
4.733,983 
4.842,544 
5,260,617 
5.423,078 
5:688,207 
5,794,580 
5,815,105 
5.827,284 
5.807,286 
5,790,411 
5,873,273 
5,814,546 
5,731,549 



Rye. 
Bu. 



403,745 

398,516 

395,468 

361,225 

347,553 

342,483 

333,529 

291,798 

2a3,882 

347,966 

310.082 

182.721 

160,006 

153,256 

145,274 

133,451 

131,451 

131,451 

95,970 

98,473 

97,467 

91,533 

91,533 

89,533 

87,533 

69,533 

68,533 

65,530 

61,053 

70,872 

104,572 

104,620 

104,945 

90,651 

91,882 

91,882 

110.232 

148,343 

335,659 

334,675 

255,942 

380,487 

335,359 

390,461 

417,705 

480,112 

556,784 

583.974 

594,342 

640,080 

647,430 

656,806 



Barley. 
Bu. 



12,7.33 

11,714 

11,714 

11,714 

11,714 

9,714 

9.714 

7,713 

3,713 

3.713 

3,713 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

'714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 

714 



Total. 
Bu. 



7,349,599 

7,233,067 

7,106,000 

6,956,690 

7,098,635 

6,952,061 

6,953,171 

6,858.482 

6.942,213 

6.986.531 

7,083.402 

7.306,509 

7,732,615 

7,872,690 

7,838,014 

8,119,389 

8.326,084 

6.587,644 

5,566,854 

4,716,625 

4,519,114 

4,602,917 

2,958,512 

2,153,373 

1,828,446 

1.759,331 

2.163,432 

2,765,398 

3,643,973 

4,879,695 

4,921,661 

4,784,147 

5,339,930 

6,938.4.39 

8,020,936 

8,659,595 

9,702,549 

10,322,808 

10,798,338 

10,637,134 

10,454,867 

10,091.819 

10.198,647 

10,581,763 

10,789,746 

11,258,621 

11,681,067 

11,718,689 

12,130,970 

12.498.273 

13,730,638 

15,585,089 



22 



FLOUR AND GRAIN. 

Weekly receipts of these products in Chicago during 1905, as posted on the 

bulletin of the Exchange. 



January — 
February ... 

March 

April.'.;'. !".; 

May 

June 

July '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

August . . . . 
September"! 

October 

November . . 
December ... 



7 
14 
.21 
38 

4 
11 
18 
35 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
37 

3 
10 
17 
21 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 



Flour, 
Brls. 



118,363 
187,412 
139,023 
150,246 
149,594 
151,156 
129,020 
196.408 
190.216 
188,265 
189,267 
188,044 
142,026 
143,449 
112,228 
116,644 
127,897 
110,546 

99,958 
103,161 
112,894 
110,176 
109,688 
111,902 
119,405 
100,423 
104.349 

99,771 
102,176 
127,488 
153,399 
153,544 
148,340 
167,717 
166,344 
183,924 
153,648 
158,477 
202,910 
238,673 
229,299 
187,614 
201,152 
209,023 
244.276 
194,077 
211,680 
167,823 
183,906 
142,731 
145,976 
139,329 



Wheat, 
Bu. 



328,800 

350,000 

489,000 

505,600 

231,000 

231,000 

136,000 

213,000 

341,000 

280,000 

209,000 

320,000 

251,000 

209,600 

310,000 

740,854 

1,177,400 

482,200 

52,000 

47,000 

83,024 

147,000 

30,000 

39,000 

45,000 

38,000 

155.000 

239,045 

653,000 

1,602,810 

1,996,353 

1,860,857 

1,181,673 

533,000 

545,000 

384,308 

427,606 

476,000 

574.000 

492,000 

445,800 

724.600 

1.066.617 

1,310,263 

1,243,430 

1,414,344 

907,016 

624,600 

333,422 

177,000 

196,000 

349,800 



Corn, 
Bu. 



3,946,700 
3,458,600 
1,970,028 
2,160,900 
2,042,400 
1.841.800 
1,004,500 
1,691,700 
3,057,350 
3.485,300 
3,028,200 
3,486,600 
3,066,600 
3,716,100 
2,185,985 
1,330,627 
680,346 
374,000 
388,600 
348,500 
1,810,100 
3,389,297 
1,844,100 
2,065,000 
3,132,000 
3,921.300 
3,303,200 
2,404,500 
1,876,800 
1,940.250 
1,298,400 
1,445,550 
1,846,052 
3.268,700 
2,699,860 
2,948,434 
3,005,442 
2,761,537 
2,009,408 
1,361,700 
1,172,138 
1,383,900 
717,600 
1,362,125 
1,811,300 
2,039,363 
2,184,526 
1,580,525 
1,635,921 
2,753,035 
3,810,456 
2,876,100 



Oats, 
Bu. 



700,250 

1.012,400 

643,650 

924,600 

794,432 

829,100 

752.400 

1.162,900 

1,637.350 

1,897,750 

3,416.600 

2,085,100 

1,859,050 

1,458,400 

653,950 

861,100 

767,850 

822,875 

774,400 

814,900 

1,225,350 

1,454,150 

1,695.374 

1,493,550 

1,173,500 

1,154,300 

1,269,450 

1,383,200 

1,142,100 

1,914,800 

2,623,377 

3,173,448 

3,241,800 

2,553,050 

2,512,017 

2,127,300 

2,442,107 

2,546,200 

2,944.447 

3,169,861 

3,241,292 

3,503,582 

2,907,115 

3,903,206 

2.544,450 

1,954,950 

2,014,100 

1,645,150 

1,833,950 

1.694,928 

2.089,700 

2,056,900 



Rye, 
Bu. 



34,000 
50,400 
18,200 
21,013 
20,200 
67,000 
12,000 
17,000 
23,000 
14,000 
31,100 
26,000 
33,000 
27,000 
22,600 
29,200 
12,000 
13,000 
23,413 
32,000 
21,384 
14,000 
15,000 
26,000 
8.000 
16,000 
4,000 
12,000 
6,000 
52,000 
50,000 
48,070 
58,432 
43,000 
35,500 
27,142 
48,423 
86,050 
193,535 
90,000 
107,000 
80,282 
125,958 
100,791 
103,000 
88,611 
140,000 
70,200 
67,000 
51,000 
58,000 
30,000 



Barley, 
Bu. 



535,475 
533,992 
451,162 
425.458 
448,548 
482,434 
362,510 
611,538 
693,005 
747,438 
617,307 
482,162 
453,873 
491,224 
329,261 
430,757 
387,200 
279,311 
436,762 
386,350 
234,184 
249,530 
383,448 
360,412 
270,912 
264,200 
250,011 
191,174 
130,512 
169,780 
120,185 
107,427 
176,100 
174,900 
196,105 
306,400 
610,308 
867,451 
1,103,749 
1,097.032 
1,161,320 
1,131,915 
1,034,729 
938,611 
1,279,231 
1,000,041 
1,111,734 
756,060 
827,078 
653,373 
692.528 
466,121 



Totals. 

Flour 

Reduced 

toBu. 



5,077,400 
4,978,746 
4,197,643 
4,713,678 
4,209,753 
4,121,536 
2,848,000 
4,579,974 
6.507,677 
7,271,680 
7,153,808 
7,246,060 
6,293,640 
6,547.853 
4,006,833 
3,917,436 
3,600,333 
3,468,843 
2,124,986 
2,092,975 
3.882,065 
5,749,769 
4,562,518 
4,487,521 
5,166,734 
5,845,703 
5.451,240 
4,678,888 
4,168,304 
6,253,336 
6,778,610 
7,326,300 
7,171,587 
6,327,378 
6.737.030 
6,621,242 
7,225,303 
7,450,384 
7,537,385 
7,339,621 
7,159,395 
7,568,482 
6,757,203 
7,553,599 
8,079,643 
6,470,655 
7,309,935 
5,431,734 
4,714,948 
5,971,614 
6,483,578 
6,305,901 



23 



FLOUR AND GRAIN. 

Weekly shipments of these products from Chicago during 1905, as posted on the 

bulletin of the Exchange. 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June . . . . 

July.;";;:;;:. 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 



7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 

12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 



Flour. 
Bis. 



96,228 

121,158 

114,027 

143,936 

133,339 

139,568 

109,085 

125,793 

160,009 

151,841 

151,058 

163,417 

139,766 

127,093 

100.813 

76,874 

90,422 

90,817 

76,663 

78,397 

75,585 

83,500 

64,112 

71,534 

83,854 

76,223 

81,877 

78.431 

96,191 

122,295 

126,073 

149,662 

169,127 

197.329 

166,777 

164,997 

212,421 

169,564 

210,018 

250.544 

268,566 

303.907 

2i2,445 

222,454 

2.58,883 

192,198 

171.619 

185,432 

218.213 

134.255 

128.527 

114,951 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



281,350 
324,997 
292,760 
316,715 
355,799 
265,086 
151,086 
189,1.42 
248,473 
249.173 
268,102 
244.663 
172,271 
180,670 
113,816 
125,898 

72,281 
530,714 
430,005 
515,207 
188,050 
223,821 
164.873 
234,718 
161,7^ 
243,609 
104,677 
151,983 
228,131 
270,074 
223,700 
410,090 
563,717 
459,376 
291,156 
201,116 
193,883 
239,175 
290,185 
119,629 
142,510 
361,224 
191,818 
307,207 
594,221 
223,347 
330,479 
591,338 
633,030 
146,313 
137,393 

83,594 



Com. 
Bu. 



2.004,752 

1,522,618 

831,707 

857,546 

676,413 

1,312,864 

865,105 

794,766 

1,073,444 

1,444,513 

1,685.794 

1,947,539 

3.347.322 

3,570,391 

3,019,036 

3,459,306 

1.658,288 

3,038,357 

1,061,959 

1,420,429 

661.149 

1,796,375 

2,348,193 

3,705,811 

2,381,411 

2,970,247 

2,379.654 

3,143,083 

1,768,674 

1,764,383 

2,145,786 

2,970,774 

2,234,397 

3.580,757 

3,776,515 

3,496,385 

1,623,360 

3,941,929 

3,644,778 

1.478.458 

1,368,503 

1,901.833 

1,308,676 

535,903 

710,645 

1.622,561 

1,363,674 

1,354,824 

1,509,245 

965,983 

1,339,871 

980,558 



Oats. 
Bu. 



1.191,706 

1,226,106 

894,831 

888,591 

487,835 

815,064 

505,&57 

688,813 

762,597 

713,207 

1.157,7.55 

1,277.186 

1.156,124 

1,258,043 

926,510 

753,344 

993,523 

913,438 

832,084 

1,083,389 

1,623,797 

833,426 

922,639 

1,356.699 

1,201,536 

851,504 

619,464 

1.233,196 

1,181,050 

1,300,156 

1,333.033 

1,300.465 

1,569,225 

1,545,140 

1,180,390 

946,825 

1,245,606 

1,602.603 

1,713,980 

2,054,458 

2,332,734 

1.575,277 
2,140,053 
1,786,170 
2,455,368 
2,175,156 
1,564,537 
1.645.836 
1,827,826 
1,631,917 
1,387,144 







Totals. 


Kye. 
Bu. 


Barley. 


Flour 


Bu. 


reduced to 






bushels. 


9,685 


128.902 


4,049,421 


53,748 


198,204 


3,874.934 


26,327 


169,990 


2,728,736 


38,223 


125,748 


2,874,534 


25,533 


104,292 


2,249,899 


33,161 


121,060 


3,075,291 


24,803 


89,322 


2,127,055 


11,833 


94,887 


3,345.559 


61.383 


82,880 


2,947,816 


17,570 


150,904 


3,254,651 


47,430 


113,870 


3.962,702 


36.135 


146.054 


4,386,948 


21,202 


85,591 


4,411,357 


23,160 


81,179 


4,685,361 


26,075 


45,0CO 


4,584,095 


30.425 


36,674 


3,751,480 


10,267 


147,719 


3,287.976 


8.351 


73,950 


4,018.488 


9,784 


65,793 


2.734,607 


8.500 


65,976 


3,445,387 


17,348 


33,423 


3,065.399 


20.237 


26,363 


3,375,972 


9,162 


33,000 


3,766,371 


463 


33,115 


4,651,709 


13,671 


34,220 


4,124.899 


9,200 


19,142 


4,436,701 


2.260 


22.023 


3,396.523 


3,378 


16,833 


3,900,312 


4,580 


39,514 


3,654.808 


7,946 


46,303 


3,839,088 


3,000 


10,661 


4.383,507 


1,535 


4,925 


5,361,268 


11.342 


49,894 


5,189,646 


3,363 


126,137 


5,602.643 


66,937 


34,291 


5.099.285 


38,712 


73,919 


4,499,443 


14,964 


100,108 


4,132,816 


9,505 


89,822 


5.636,072 


13.533 


177,310 


5,784,767 


107,775 


230,405 


5,118,173 


23,867 


185,933 


5.263,093 


33,850 


364,914 


5,059,937 


17,935 


353,363 


4.448,075 


31,530 


629,383 


4,635,118 


23,130 


365,056 


4,644,195 


26,874 


355,109 


5,547,170 


25,302 


268,501 


4,825,397 


15,995 


280,074 


4,641,313 


21,366 


430,185 


5,331,630 


29.003 


351,794 


3,924,965 


23,815 


251.494 


3,953,861 


6,970 


214,043 


3,189,588 



24 



VISIBLE SUPPLY OF GRAIN IN 1904, 



Statement of the weekly stocks of grain in regularly authorized warehouses at promi- 
nent grain centers of the United States and Canada, excepting California; 
including the quantities afloat on the lakes and the Erie Canal, presenting the 
visible supply of grain in the United States and Canada rwt disposed of with 
reference to ultimate destination; hut easily obtainable to inHuence the markets 
or to supply any unexpected demand. 



January... 

February . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July.::::". 

August 

September, 
October 

November . 
December . 





](i 

23 

3U 

\A 

20 
27 
5 
12 
19 
2B 

• > 

5 
ifi 
2;s 

30 

7 

M 

21 

28 

4 

11 

18 

25 

2 

9 

l(i 

■2'i 

t) 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

1.") 
•>.) 

29 

rt 
12 

19 
2ti 
3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



38,204,000 
40,199,000 
40,375,000 
40,612,000 
39,760,000 
39,200,000 
38,218,000 
36,847,000 
35,599,000 
;M,658,000 
33,396,000 
32,925,000 
32,511,000 
31,727,000 
31,180,000 
31,369,000 
31,196,000 
30,357,000 
29,693,000 
28,038,000 
24,111,000 
21,575,000 
20,603.000 
18,475,000 
16,343,000 
14,652,000 
14,055,000 
13,478,000 
12,719,000 
12,175,000 
13,093,000 
12,513,000 
12,558,000 
12,323,000 
11,987,000 
12,814,000 
13,115,000 
14,010,000 
15,203,000 
17.576,000 
20,797,000 
33,419,000 
24,655,000 
26,495,000 
28,362,000 
31,302,000 
33,399,000 
35,595,000 
36,860,000 
37,108,000 
38,585,000 
39,718,000 
40,619,000 



Corn. 
Bu. 



5,783,000 
6,208,000 
6,264,000 
6,518,000 
7,190,000 
8,061,000 
7,764,000 
8,713,000 
8,793,000 
9,177,000 
9,867,000 
9,511,000 
10,050,000 
9,679,000 
9,599,000 
9,278,000 
8,886,000 
7,830,000 
6,897,000 
(1,195,000 
5,164,000 
3,740,000 
4,260,000 
4,6.58,000 
.5,123,000 
5,434,000 
6,277,000 
6,174,000 
6,084,000 
5,778,000 
5,849,000 
5,975,000 
5,096,000 
4,646,000 
3,898,000 
3,934,000 
4.701,000 
5,652,000 
6,471,000 
5,979,000 
4,555.000 
4,199,000 
3,440,000 
3,049,000 
2,388,000 
2.376,000 
1,493,000 
1.853,000 
3,181,000 
4,565,000 
5,359.000 
7,208,000 
9,577.000 



Oats. 
Bu. 



8,508,000 

8,700,000 

8,632,000 

8,552,000 

8,446,000 

8,596,000 

8,758,000 

9,246,000 

10,213,000 

10,253,000 

10,694,000 

10,690,(>00 

10,356,000 

10,494,000 

10,342,000 

10,350,000 

9,912.000 

9.100,000 

7,983.000 

7,076,000 

6,342,000 

5,738,000 

5,102,000 

5,377,000 

4,937,000 

4.777,000 

4,346,000 

4,437,000 

3,886,000 

3,007,000 

2,681,000 

2,109,000 

2,379,000 

4,120,000 

6,329,000 

9,506,000 

11,834,000 

15,181,000 

18,156,000 

20.015,000 

22,538,000 

23,789,000 

24.4a5.000 

23,999,000 

24,563,000 

24,478,000 

24,324,000 

24,232,000 

24,497.000 

24,201,000 

24,189,000 

23,673,000 

22,833,000 



Rye. 
Bu. 



1,228,000 

1,239,000 

1,375,000 

1,300,000 

1,190,000 

1,085,000 

1,119,000 

1,093,000 

1,163,000 

1,151,000 

1,03.5,000 

959,000 

980,000 

949,000 

945,000 

1,017,000 

1,043,000 

1,036,000 

995,000 

979,000 

926,000 

956,000 

842,000 

960,000 

879,000 

834,000 

816.000 

815,000 

780,000 

811,000 

868,000 

846,000 

878,000 

904,000 

1,005,000 

963,000 

1.194,000 

1,388,000 

1,404,000 

1,460,000 

1,499,000 

1,519,000 

1,651,000 

1,773,000 

1,.558.000 

1,775,000 

1,929,000 

1,870,000 

3,018,000 

1,993,000 

3,165,000 

2,110,000 

1,983,000 



Barley. 
Bu. 



5,380,000 
5,369,000 
5,142,000 
5,010,000 
4,886,000 
4,773,000 
4,614,000 
4,3%,000 
4,311,000 
4,088,000 
3,780,000 
3,696,000 
3,600,000 
3,373,000 
3,013,000 
3,007,000 
2.858,000 
2,614,000 
2.399,000 
2,297,000 
2,176,000 
2,046,000 
1,714,000 
1,618,000 
1,291,000 
1,212,000 
1.223,000 
1.336,000 
1,236,000 
955,000 
1,054,000 
883,000 
820,000 
779,000 
814,000 
908,000 
1,179,000 
2.193.000 
3; 127,000 
4.144,000 
5:304,000 
5,566,000 
6.053,000 
6,398,000 
6.148,000 
5.576,000 
.i,511.000 
(5,038,000 
6,526,000 
5,753,000 
7,116,000 
6,849.000 
6.908,000 



Totals. 
Bu. 



59,103,000 
61,715,000 
61,688,000 
61,993,000 
61,473,000 
61,714,000 
60,473,000 
60,294,000 
60,079,000 
59,337,000 
58,772,000 
57,781,000 
57,497,000 
56,231,000 
55,079,000 
55,031,000 
53,895,000 
50,937,000 
47,967,000 
44,585,000 
38,619,000 
34,055,000 
33,521,000 
31,088,000 
38,573,000 
36,909,000 
26,717,000 
26,240,000 
24,705,000 
22,726,000 
23,545,000 
22,335,000 
31,731,000 
23,772,000 
24,033,000 
28,134,000 
32,033,000 
38,334,000 
44,361,000 
49,174,000 
54,693,000 
58,493,000 
60,233,000 
61,714,000 
63,019,000 
65,407,000 
66,656,000 
69,588,000 
73,082,000 
73,620,000 
77,414,000 
79,557.000 
81.919:000 



25 



VISIBLE SUPPLY OF GRAIN IN 1905. 



Statement oj tlie weekly stocks of grain in regularly autlwrized wareJiouses at prmm- 
nent grain centers of the United States and Canada, excepting California; 
including the quantities afloat on the lakes and the Erie Canal, presenting the 
cisible supply of grain in the United States and Canada not disposed of with 
reference to idtimate destination; hut easily obtainable to influence the markets 
or to suppily any unexpected demand. 



Wheat 
Bu. 



Corn. 
Bu. 



January .. 
February.. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July..:.:;.' 

August. . . 
September 

October... 
November. 
December 



7 

14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 

15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 

15 
•» 

29 
5 
12 
19 
2t> 
2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 

14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 

25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 



40,266,000 
39,585,000 
39,383,000 
39,387,000 
38,979,000 
38,098.000 
37,458,000 
36,528,000 
35,565,000 
35,094,000 
33,943,000 
32.817.000 
32,327,000 
31,697,000 
30,972,000 
30.417,000 
28,529,000 
26,335,000 
24,170,000 
22,429,000 
21,126,000 
20.034.000 
18,206,000 
16,782,000 
15,388,000 
14,274,000 
13,423,000 
12,339,000 
11,875,000 
13,354,000 
13,745,000 
13,899,000 
13.722,000 
12,912,000 
12.140,000 
12,637.000 
13.a56,000 
16,251.000 
17,896.000 
20,762.000 
23,614,000 
27,189,000 
28,339,000 
29,895,000 
31,721,000 
33,744,000 
35,957,000 
36.943,000 
34.711,000 
38,835,000 
40,467.000 
42,951.000 



10,919,000 
11,279,000 
11,514,000 
11,682,000 
11,395,000 
10,504,000 
8,846,000 
8.524,000 
9,169,000 
9,356,000 
9,787,000 
9,679,000 
8,790,000 
8,980,000 
10,379,000 
11,093.000 
9.981,000 
8,904,000 
6,103,000 
4,322,000 
4,233,000 
4.558,000 
3,378,000 
2.921,000 
2,908,000 
3 560,000 
4,453,000 
4,388,000 
5,491,000 
5,310,000 
4,791,000 
5,074,000 
4,421,000 
5,105,000 
4,615,000 
4,936,000 
5,799,000 
5,356,000 
5.774,000 
4,621.000 
4,432,000 
3.790,000 
3,456,000 
2,517,000 
2,600,000 
3.911,000 
5,576,000 
6,392,000 
7,703,000 
8,739.000 
10,555 000 
11,877,000 



Oats. 
Bu. 



21,202,000 

20,300.000 

19,351,000 

18,888,000 

18,644,000 

17,863.000 

17,600.000 

16,723,000 

15,873,000 

15,727,000 

15,911,000 

16,109.000 

16,312,000 

15,614,000 

15.015,000 

14,671.000 

13,857.000 

12,804,000 

10,653.000 

10,232,000 

9,152.000 

7.744,000 

7,338,000 

7.108.000 

6,850,000 

7.221,000 

7,456,000 

6,564,000 

5,530,000 

4,895,000 

5,589,000 

6,562,000 

8,146,000 

10.371,000 

11.946.000 

13,029,000 

15,066,000 

17,378.000 

18,876,000 

20,721,000 

22,614,000 

25,270.000 

26,577,000 

27,383,000 

27,341,000 

27,913.000 

28,598;000 

28,142,000 

27,835,000 

27,756,000 

27,726.000 

28,053,000 



Kye. 
Bu. 



2,052.000 

2,040,000 

1,986,000 

1,902,000 

1,927,000 

1,814.000 

1.770,000 

1,687,000 

1.647,000 

1,562.000 

1,459.000 

1,415,000 

1,289.000 

1,263.000 

1,227.000 

1,186,000 

1,116,000 

l,153,0it0 

1.088.000 

985,000 

937,000 

922,000 

875.000 

845,000 

837,000 

808,000 

795.000 

775,000 

766,000 

757.000 

743,000 

809.000 

886,000 

852.000 

848,0(K» 

939,000 

954,000 

1,040,000 

1,163.000 

1,436.000 

1.516,000 

1,565,000 

1,727.000 

1,640,000 

1,669,000 

1.844,000 

.2,080,000 

2,137,000 

2.234,000 

2,311,000 

2.533.000 

2,386,000 



Barley. 
Bu. 



6.754,000 

6,371,000 

5,911,000 

5,900,000 

5,514,000 

5,378.000 

5,073,000 

4,679,000 

4,332.000 

4,155,000 

3,617,000 

3.264,000 

2,863,000 

2,756,000 

2,328,000 

1,983,000 

1,918,000 

1,578,000 

1,490,000 

1,373,000 

1,129,000 

1,227,000 

1,007,000 

773,000 

873,000 

870,000 

855,000 

802,000 

740,000 

716,000 

598,000 

617,000 

670,000 

737,000 

942,000 

1,303,000 

1,878,000 

2,719,000 

3,942,000 

5,198,000 

5,562,000 

5.524,000 

5,857,000 

5,544,000 

6,091,000 

5.746,000 

6,060,000 

6,137,000 

6,396,000 

6,3.34,000 

6.236.000 

6 310.000 



Totals. 
Bu. 



81,193.000 
79,575,000 
78,145,000 

77,759.000 
76,459,000 
73,657.000 
70,747,000 
68,141,000 
66,586,000 
65,894,000 
64,717.000 
63,284,000 
61,581,000 
60,310.000 
59,921,000 
59,350,000 
55,401.000 
50,774,000 
43,504.000 
39,341,000 
36,577.000 
34,485,000 
30,804,000 
28,429,000 
26,856,000 
26,733,000 
26,982,000 
24,868.000 
24.402,000 
25,032,000 
25,466.000 
26,961.000 
27,845.000 
29.977.000 
30,491.000 
32,844.000 
37.053,000 
42,744,000 
47,651,000 
52,738,000 
57,738,000 
63,338,000 
65,956,000 
66,979,000 
69,422,000 
73,158,000 
78,271,000 
79,751.000 
78,879,000 
83,975,000 
87,517,000 
91,577,000 



26 
VISIBLE SUPPLY OF GRAIN. 

Statement of the stocks of grain on the first of each month in regularly avthoriztd ware' 
houses at prominent grain centers of the United States and Canada, excepting 
California ; including the quantities afloat on the lakes and the Erie Canal, pre- 
senting the visible supply of grain in the United States and Canada not disposed 
of with reference to ultimate destination ; hut easily obtainable to influence the 
markets or to supply any unexpected demand. 

1905. 





Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn, 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 




Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats 
Bu. 


January 


40,619,000 
39,387,000 
36,528,000 
32,327,000 
28,539,000 
30,034,000 


9,577,000 
11,683,000 
8,534,000 
8,790,000 
9,981,000 
4.558,000 


23,832.000 
18,888,000 
16,733.000 
16,312,000 
13,857.000 
7,744,000 


July 


14,274.000 
13.354,000 
13,140,000 
17,896,000 
28,339,000 
36,943.000 


3,560,000 
5.310,000 
4.615,000 
5,774,000 
3,456,000 
6,392,000 


7,321,000 


February 

March 

April 


August 

September... 

October 

November . . . 
December.... 


4,895,000 
11,946,000 
18,876,000 
26,577,000 
28,143,000 


May 

June 





190^. 





Wheat. 
Bu. 


Com. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 




Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 


January 

February 

March 


38,204,000 
39,760,000 
35.599,000 
31,727,000 
30,357,000 
2l.575.0OO 


5,783,000 
7,190.000 
8,793,000 
9,679,000 
7,830,000 
3,740,000 


8,508,000 
8,446,000 
10.313,000 
10,494,000 
9,100,000 
5,r38,000 


July 

August 

September .. 

October 

November... 
December . . . 


14,055,000 
13,093,000 
13,814,000 
17,576,000 
26,495,000 
36,860,000 


6,377.000 
5,849,000 
3,934,000 
5,979,000 
3,049,000 
3,181,000 


4,346,000 

3,681,000 

9,506,000 

20,015,000 

23,999,000 

24,497,000 


April 


May 


June 





1903. 





Wheat. 
Bu. 


Com. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 




Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats 
Bu. 


January 


49,738,000 
48,447,000 
47,807.000 
41,958,000 
33,456,000 
24,528.000 


6.584,000 
8,290,000 
10,219,000 
9,841.000 
6,459,000 
4,886,000 


4.804,000 
4,030,000 
6.798.000 
7,349,000 
6.336,000 
4,802,000 


July 


15,970,000 
13,414,000 
13,203,000 
19,489,000 
23,216,000 
30.140.000 


7,318,000 
6,992,000 
5,888,000 
9,090,000 
7,332.000 
5,867,000 


4,354,000 


February 

March 


August 

tseptember... 

October 

November . . . 
December.... 


6.483,000 
6,996,000 
6,453,000 
8,979,000 
9,584.000 


April 


May 


June 





1902. 





Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 




Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 


January 


58,929,000 
57,929,000 
54.093,000 
49,615,000 
38,328,000 
28,604.000 


11,702,000 

11,632,000 

10.335,000 

8,799,000 

6,243.000 

4,227,000 


5.002,000 
4,531,000 
4,246,000 
3.146.000 
3,930,000 
3,055,000 


July 


19,760,000 
31,972,000 
20,966.000 
25,624,000 
32,200.000 
45,082,000 


5,687.000 
7,381,000 
3,077,000 
3,075,000 
2.584,000 
2,937,000 


1,565,000 


February 

March 

April 


August 

September. . . 

October 

November... 
December.... 


2,377,000 
2,933,000 
8,344,000 
7,515,000 
7,054,000 


May 

June 





1901. 





Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 




Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 


January 


61,245,000 
59.767,000 
57,234,000 
54,749,000 
46,668,000 
36,932,000 


10,420,000 
14,825,000 
19,764,000 
22,287,000 
18.665,000 
16,413,000 


9.632,000 
9,929,000 
10,.550,000 
11,156,000 
13.526.000 
11.218,000 


July 


30,793,000 
30,369.000 
27,790,000 
35,304,000 
41,192,000 
52,396.000 


15,158,000 
12,604,000 
12,676,000 
13,489,000 
12,900,000 
11,227,000 


10.780.000 


February 

March 

April 


August 

September. . . 

October 

November . . . 
December 


4,354,000 
6,901,000 
8,972,000 
8,099,000 
6,603,000 


Mav 


June 





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VISIBLE SUPPLY OF GRAIN— Continued. 









1900. 










Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 




Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 


January 

February 

March 

April 


58.291,000 
54.363,000 
54,084,000 
54,204,000 
52,472,000 
44.704.000 


11,598.000 
14,583,000 
19,666,000 
21,558,000 
21,918,000 
13,378,000 


5,694,000 
5.776,000 
6,058,000 
7.556,000 
7,987.000 
7,041,000 


.July 


46.442.000 
47,-594,000 
50.294,000 
55,409,000 
60,033,000 
62,179,000 


11,019,000 
12.320,000 
5,313,000 
7,492,000 
7,983,000 
9,443,000 


6.876,000 


August 

September... 

October 

November . . . 
December . . . 


5,585,000 

9,253,000 

11.425,000 


May 


12,986,000 


June 


11,319,000 







1899. 





Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 




Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 


January 

February 

March 

April 


36,893,000 
28,583,000 
29,920,000 
29,987,000 
28,144,000 
26,185.000 


19,126,000 
37,139.000 
31,831,000 
33,737,000 
25,811,000 
13.302,000 


5,829,000 
7,03.5,000 
9,369,000 
11,129,000 
9,513,000 
8,236,000 


July 


33,587,000 
36,019,000 
34,768,000 
42,143,000 
49,561.000 
55,778.000 


13,870,000 
11.646,000 
6.738,000 
12,490,000 
13.716,000 
11,712,000 


5,951,000 


August 

September. . . 

1 October 

; November. .. 
\ December . . . 


3,794,000 
5,085,000 
7,328,000 


Mav 


6,913,000 


June 


6,311,000 







1898. 





Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 




Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 


January 


38,816,000 
36,603,000 
34.088,000 
30,223,000 
33,363,000 
23,672,000 


38,421.000 
40.581,000 
40,870.000 
42,647,000 
37.044,000 
20,115,000 


12,337,000 
15,113,000 
13,473,000 
13,047,000 
11,318,000 
7.197,000 


July 


14,701,000 
9.093,000 
7,147,000 
11,263,000 
15,476,000 
24,115,000 


22,575,000 
17,575,000 
16,854,000 
21,406,000 
34,808,000 
20,362,000 


6,186,000 


February 

March 

April 


August 

September... 

October 

November . . . 
December ... 


3,440,000 
4,239,000 
5,447,000 


May 


6.373.000 


June 


5.544.000 













1897. ■ 










Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 




Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 


January 


54,651,000 
49,591,000 
43,797,000 
38,612,000 
34,412,000 
26,897,000 


19,853,000 
21,938,000 
26,408,000 
25,318,000 
16,997,000 
12,494,000 


14,089,000 
13,172,000 
13,897,000 
13,616.000 
11,722,000 
8,970,000 


July 


17,583,000 
17,814,000 
14,817,000 
21,104,000 
26,974,000 
34,845,000 


15,997,000 
15,677,000 
31,220,000 
37,048,000 
45,958,000 
40,949,000 


8,218,000 


February 

March 

A-pril 


August 

September... 

October 

November . . . 
December ... 


6,528,000 

9,543,000 

10,719,000 

15,364,000 

15,462,000 


May 


June 





CONTRACT WHEAT IN STORE AT CHICAGO. 

f!h6 fdUauAng tdble i^atvs ths amount of contract wheat in store at Chicago on the first 

of each month for a series of years. 




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GRAIN INSPECTION. 



Bules governing the inspection oj Grain, in the City of Chicago, State of Illinois' 

The following are the rules adopted by the Board of Railroad and Warehouse 
Commissioners establishing a proper number and standard of grades for the 
inspection of grain, as revised by them; the same to take effect on and after 
March 10, 1906, in lieu of all rules on the same subject heretofore existing: 



No. 1. 
White winter 

No. 2. 



No. 3. 



No. 4. 



No. 1. 

Ked winter. 

No. 2. 



No. 3. 



No. 4. 



Mixture. 



No. 1. 

Hard winter. 



No. 



No. 3. 



RULE I.— WINTER WHEAT. 

No. 1 white winter wheat shall be pure white winter wheat, or 
red and white mixed, sound, plump and well cleaned. 

No. 2 white winter wheat shall be white winter wheat, or red and 
white mixed, sound and reasonably clean. 

No. 3 white winter wheat shall include white winter wheat or 
red and white mixed, not clean and plump enough for No. 2, but 
weighing not less than 54 pounds to the measured bushel. 

No. 4 white winter wheat shall include white winter wheat, 
damp, musty or from any cause so badly damaged as to render it 
unlit for No. 3. 

No. 1 red winter wheat shall be pure red winter wheat of both 
light and dark colors, sound, plump and well cleaned. 

No. 2 red winter wheat shall be red winter wheat of both light 
and dark colors, sound and reasonably clean. 

No. 3 red winter wheat shall include red winter wheat not clean 
and plump enough for No. 2, but weighing not less than 54 pounds 
to the measured bushel. 

No. 4 red winter wheat shall include red winter wheat, damp, 
musty or from any cause so badly damaged as to render it unfit for 
No. 8. 

Red winter wheat containing a mixture not exceeding five per 
cent of white winter wheat shall be classed as red winter wheat. 

Red winter wheat containing more than live per cent of white 
winter wheat shall be graded according to the quality thereof and 
classed as white winter wheat. 

No. 1 hard winter wheat shall be hard winter wheat of both light 
and dark colors; sound, plump and well cleaned and of the varieties 
known as hard winter wheat. 

No. 2 hard winter wheat shall be hard winter wheat of both light 
and dark colors, sound and reasonably clean and of the varieties 
known as hard winter wheat. 

No. 3 hard winter wheat shall include hard winter wheat not 
clean and plump enough for No. 2, but weighing not less than 54 
pounds to the measured bushel, and to be of the varieties known as 
hard winter wheat. 



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No. 4 hard winter wheat shall include hard winter wheat, damp. No. 4. 
musty, or from any other cause so badly damaged as to render it 
unfit for No. 3, and shall be of the varieties known as hard winter 
wheat. 

In case of mixture of hard winter wheat with red winter wheat Mixture, 
it shall be graded according- to the quality thereof and classed as 
hard winter wheat. 

RULE II.— PACIFIC WHEAT. 

No. 1 Pacific white wheat shall be sound, dry, plump, well cleaned No. i. 
and free from smut and smut balls. " Pacific white. 

No. 2 Pacific white wheat shall be sound, dry, reasonably clean. No. 2. 
reasonably free from other grain and smut and smut balls. 

No. 3 Pacific white wheat shall include wheat not plump, sound No. 3. 
and clean enough for No. 2, and testing not less than 54 pounds to 
the measured bushel. 

No. 4 Pacific white wheat shall include all Pacific white wheat No. 4. 
that is damp, musty, smutty or otherwise so damaged as to render 
it unfit for No. 3. 

No. 1 Pacific red wheat shall be sound, dry, plump, well cleaned Pacific red. 
and free from smut and smut balls. ^°*^* 

No. 2 Pacific red wheat shall be sound, dry, reasonably clean, rea- No. 2. 
sonably free from other grain and smut and smut balls. 

No. 3 Pacific red wheat shall include wheat not plump, sound and No. 3. 
clean enough for No. 2, and testing not less than 54 pounds to the 
measured bushel. 

No. 4 Pacific red wheat shall include all Pacific red wheat that No. 4. 
is damp, musty, smutty or otherwise so damaged as to render it 
unfit for No. 3. 

Note — The grades of Pacific white and Pacific red wheat are to 
include such wheats as are grown in the extreme North-west and on 
the Pacific slope from either spring or winter seeding. 

RULE III.— SPRING WHEAT. 

No. 1 Northern spring wheat must be northern grown spring Northern 
wheat, sound and reasonably clean and of good milling quality, and |f "i.*^' 
must contain not less than 50 per cent of the hard varieties of spring 
wheat. 

No. 2 northern spring wheat must be northern grown spring No. 2. 
wheat, not clean enough or sound enough for No. 1, and must con-^^"°^' 
tain not less than 50 per cent, of the hard varieties of spring wheat. 

No. 1 spring wheat shall be sound, plump and well cleaned. No. i. 

No. 2 spring wheat shall be sound, reasonably clean and of good No. 2. 
milling quality. 

No. 3 spring wheat shall include all inferior, shrunken or dirty No. s. 
spring wheat, weighing not less than 53 pounds to the measured 
bushel. 

No. 4 spring wheat shall include spring wheat, damp, musty no. 4. 
grown, badly bleached, or for any cause which renders it unfit for 
No. 3. 



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White spring 



Mixed. 

No. 1. 
Durum. 

No. 2. 

No. 3. 
No. 4. 

Mixture. 



Uncleaned. 


No. 1. 
Yellow corn 


No. 2. 


No. 3. 


No. 4. 


No. 1. 
White corn. 


No. 2. 


No. 3. 


No. 4. 


No. 1. 
Mixture. 


No. 2. 


No. 3. 


No. 4. 



The grades of Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 white spring wheat shall corres- 
pond with the grades of !Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 spring wheat, except that 
they shall be of the white variety, or shall contain 5 per cent or 
more of such white wheat. 

RULE IV.— MIXED WHEAT. 

The grades of Nos. 2, 3 and 4 mixed wheat shall be equal in qual- 
ity to the grades of Nos. 2, 3 and 4 red winter wheat, except that 
they shall include mixtures of spring and winter wheat. 
RULE v.— DURUM (MACARONI) WHEAT. 

No. 1 durum shall be bright, sound and well cleaned, and be 
composed of durum— commonly known as macaroni wheat. 

No. 2 durum wheat shall be sound, dry, reasonably clean, may be 
slightly bleached or shrunken, but not good enough for No. 1. 

No. 3 durum wheat shall include all wheat that is bleached, 
smutty or for any other cause unfit for No. 2. 

No. 4 durum wheat shall include all wheat that is very smutty, 
badly bleached and grown, or for any other cause unfit for No. 3. 

In case of admixture of durum wheat with wheat of other 
varieties it shall be graded according to the quality thereof, and 
classed as Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 mixed durum wheat, with inspector's 
notation describing its character. 

RULE VI.— UNCLEANED SPRING WHEAT. 
The department will, in addition to the grading of spring wheat 
under Rule 3, give dockage and grade if clean. 

RULE VII.— CORN. 

No. 1 yellow corn shall be yellow, sound, dry, plump and well 
cleaned. 

No. 2 yellow corn shall be 90 per cent yellow, dry, reasonably 
clean, but not plump enough for No. 1. 

No. 3 yellow corn shall be ninety per cent yellow, reasonably dry 
and reasonably clean, but not sufficiently sound for No. 2. 

No. 4 yellow corn shall be ninety per cent yellow, badly dam- 
aged, damp, musty, or very dirty. 

No. 1 white corn shall be white corn, sound, dry, plump and well 
cleaned. 

No. 2 white corn shall be ninety-five per cent white, dry, reas- 
onably clean, but not plump enough for No. 1. 

No. 3 white corn shall be ninety-five per cent white, reasonably 
dry and reasonably clean, but not sufficiently sound for No. 2. 

No. 4 white corn shall be ninety-five per cent white, badly dam- 
aged, damp, musty or very dirty. 

No. 1 corn shall be mixed corn, of choice quality, sound, dry and 
well cleaned. 

No. 2 corn shall be mixed corn, dry and reasonably clean, but not 
good enough for No. 1. 

No. 3 corn shall be mixed corn, reasonably dry and reasonably 
clean, but not sufficiently sound for No. 2. 

No. 4 corn shall be mixed corn that is badly damaged, damp, 
musty or very dirty. 

Corn that is wet or in heating condition shall not be graded. 



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EULE YIIL— OATS. 

No. 1 white oats shall be white, sound, clean and reasonably No. i. 

White oats, 
free from other gram. 

No. 2 white oats shall be seven-eighths white, sweet, reasonably No. 3. 
clean and reasonably free from other grain. 

Standard oats shall be seven-eighths white, but not sufficiently standard, 
sound and clean for No. 2 white, and shall be reasonably free from 
other gram and weighing not less than twenty-eight pounds to the 
measured bushel. 

No. 3 white oats shall be seven-eighths white, but not sufficiently No. 3. 
sound and clean for standard oats, and weighing not less than 
twenty-two pounds to the measured bushel. 

No. 4 white oats shall be seven- eighths white, damp, badly dam- No. 4. 
aged, musty, or for any other cause unlit for No. 3 white. 

No. 1 while clipped oats shall be white, sound, clean, reason- No. i. 
ably free from other grain, and shall weigh not less than thirty-six ^*^^^ *^"pp®** ' 
pounds to the measured bushel. 

No. 2 white clipped oats shall be seven-eighths white, sweet. No. 2. 
reasonably clean, reasonably free from other grain, and shall weigh 
not less than thirty-four pounds to the measured bushel. 

No. 3 white clipped oats shall be seven-eighths white, not No. a 
sufficiently sound or clean for No. 2, and shall weigh not less than 
twenty-eight pounds to the measured bushel. 

No. 1 oats shall be mixed oats, sound, clean and reasonably free No, i. 
from other grain. Mixture. 

No. 2 oats shall be mixed oats, sweet, reasonably clean and rea- No. 2. 
sonably free from other grain. 

No. 3 oats shall be mixed oats, not sufficiently sound and clean No. 3. 
for No. 2. 

No. 4 oats shall be mixed oats that are damp, badly damaged, No. 4. 
musty, or for any other cause unfit for No. 3. 

No. 1 mixed clipped oats shall be mixed oats, sound, clean, rea- N9. 1. 
sonably free from other grain and shall weigh not less than thirty.''^"'®** clipped 
six pounds to the measured bushel. 

No. 2 mixed clipped oats shall be mixed oats, sweet, reasonably No. 2. 
clean, reasonably free from other grain and shall weigh not less than 
thirty-four pounds to the measured bushel. 

No. 3 mixed clipped oats shall be mixed oats, not sufficiently No. 3. 
sound or clean for No. 2, and shall weigh not less .than twenty-eight 
pounds to the measured bushel. 

Oats that have been sulphured, bleached or chemically treated 
shall not be graded at all. 

Note— Inspectors are authorized when requested by shippers to 
give weight per bushel instead of grade on clipped white oats 
and clipped mixed oats from private elevators. 

RULE IX.— EYE. 
No. 1 rye shall be sound, plump and well cleaned. No. 1. 

No. 2 rye shall be sound, reasonably clean and reasonably free No. 2. 
from other grain. 



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No. 3. 
No. 4. 

No. 1. 
No. 2. 



No. 3. 



No. 4, 



No 1. 

Feed barley. 



Rejected 



B:iy Brewing, 



Chevalier. 



Mixture. 



No. 3 rye shall be reasonably sound, reasonably dry, free from 
must and not good enough for No. 2. 

No. 4 rye shall be rye, damp, musty or for any other cause unfit 
for No. 3. 

RULE X.— BAELEY. 

No. 1 barley shall be sound, plump, bright, clean and free from 
other grain, and not scoured nor clipped, shall weigh not less than 
forty-eight pounds to the measured bushel. 

No. 2 barley shall be sound, of healthy color (bright or straw color), 
reasonably clean and reasonably free from other grain and seeds, 
and not scoured nor clipped, shall weigh not less than forty-six 
pounds to the measured bushel. 

No. 3 barley shall include slightly shrunken or otherwise lightly 
damaged barley, not good enough for No. 2, and not scoured nor 
clipped, shall weigh not less than fourty-four pounds to the 
measured bushel. 



malting 



purposes, not 



No. 4 barley shall include barley fit for 
good enough for No. 3. 

No. 1 feed barley shall test not less than forty pounds to the 
measured bushel, shall be cool and reasonably free from other grain 
and seeds, and not good enough for No- 4, and may include barley 
with a strong ground smell or a slightly musty or bin smell. 

Rejected barley shall include all barley testing under forty 
pounds to the measured bushel, or barley which is badly musty or 
badly damaged, and not good enough to grade " feed '' barley, ex- 
cept that barley which has been chemically treated shall not be 
graded at all. 

The grades of Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Bay brewing barley shall conform 
in all respects to the grades of Nos. 1, 2 and 3 barley, except that 
they shall be of the Bay brewing variety, grown in the Far West 
and on the Pacific Coast. 

The grades of Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Chevalier barley shall conform in all 
respects to the grades of Nos. 1, 2 and 3 barley, except that they 
shall be of the Chevalier variety, grown in the Far West and on the 
Pacific Coast. 

In case of admixture of Bay brewing barley with barley of other 
grades, it shall be graded according to the quality thereof and 
classed as 1-2-8 Bay brewing mixed barley. 

In case of admixture of Chevalier barley with barley of other 
varieties, it shall be graded according to the quality thereof and 
classed as 1-2-3 Chevalier mixed barley. 

RULE XL— NEW. 

The word "new" shall be inserted in each certificate of inspec- 
tion of a newly harvested crop of oats until the fifteenth day of 
August; of rye, until the first day of September; of wheat, until the 
first day of November, and of barley until the first day of Novem- 
ber of each year. 



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This change shall De construed as establishing new grades for the 
times specified, to conform to the existing grades of grain in all par- 
ticulars, excepting the distinctions hereby established between the 
new and the old crop, and shall apply to grain inspected from store 
for two months after the times respectively above specified. 

EULE XII.— HEATING. 

All grain that is wet, or in a heating condition, or grain con- 
taining weevil or wild onions, or grain that is burnt and smoky, 
or otherwise unfit for warehouses, shall not be graded. 

EULE XIIL— REASONS. 

All inspectors shall make their reasons for grading grain, when 
necessary, fully known by notations on their books. The weight 
alone shall not determine the grade. 

RULE XIV.— TEST WEIGHT. 

All inspectors must ascertain the weight per measured bushel 
of each lot of wheat inspected by them and report the same in their 
books. 



34 



ADMINISTKATION AND WAREHOUSE REGISTRA^ 

TION. 



Extracts from the rules adopted hy the Bailroad and Warehouse Commissioners for 
the administration of the departments of grain inspection and warehouse registration in 
the city of Chicago in force from and after December 3, 1887. 

"Eo'^^d^"" " "^^^ ^^^^ Chief Inspector, and all persons inspecting grain under 

"Scoured" Ms direction, shall in no case make the grade of the grain above that 

gram. ^j ^j^^ poorest quality found in any lot of grain inspected, when it 

has evidently been "plugged," or otherwise improperly "loaded," 

for the purpose of deception. Wheat which has been subjected to 

'♦scouring," or to some process equivalent thereto, shall not be 

graded higher than ISo. 3." 

Attempts at "All persons employed in the inspection of grain shall promptly 

interference, report to the Chief Inspector, in writing, all attempts to defraud the 

system of grain inspection established by law, and all instances 

where warehousemen shall deliver, or attempt to deliver, grain of a 

lower grade than that called for by the warehouse receipt." 

" They shall also, in the same manner, report all attempts of re- 
ceivers or shippers of grain, or any other person interested therein, to 
instruct, or in any improper way to influence the action or opinion 
of any inspector in the discharge of his duty; and the Chief Inspector 
shall report all such cases to the Commission." 

Extracts from the Laws of IlUyiois, Revised /Statutes, Chapter lUt, 
Section 152. 

'•Any duly authorized Inspector of Grain who shall be guilty of 
neglect of duty, or who shall knowingly or carelessly inspect or grade 
any grain improperly, or who shall accept any money or other con- 
sideration, directly or indirectly, for any neglect of duty, or the im- 
proper performance of any duty, as such Inspector of Grain, and any 
person who shall improperly influence any Inspector of Grain in the 
performance of his duties as such Inspector, shall be deemed guilty 
of a misdemeanor, and, on conviction, shall be fined in a sum of not 
less than $100, nor more than $1,000, in the discretion of the Court, 
or shall be imprisoned in the county jail not less than three, nor more 
than twelve months, or both, in the discretion of the Court." 



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mSPECTION AND WEIGHING EATES. 

GRAIN (State Inspection). 

For inspecting grain from cars, per car $0 35 

Tor inspecting grain from wagons, per load — 10 

For inspecting grain from canal-boats, per M bu 40 

For inspecting grain to vessels, per M bu 50 

For inspecting grain to cars, in bulk, per car 50 

For inspecting grain to teams, per car 35 

For inspecting grain to teams, per load. • 10 

For inspecting grain in sacks, per bu 00^ 

W. S. CowEN, Chief Inspector. 

Bailroad and warehouse commissioners, in charge of grain inspection : 
James S. Neville, Chairman. Arthuk L. French. Isaac L. Ellwood. 

Secretary of Commission: 
William Kilpatkick. 

Registrar : 
Chablbs W. Andrews, Eoom 808, 218 La Salle Street. 

Committee of appeals on grain inspection : 
AzARiAH Eddy. W. S. Seavebns. A. W. Lloyd. 

FLOUE. 

For inspecting flour, per brl., or its equivalent in sacks $0 02 

John T. Canvin, Chief Inspector. 

PROVISIONS. 

Sampling, including re-packing and coopering: 

For inspecting beef and pork— for the first five barrels, per brl .fO 80 

For inspecting beef and pork— for each additional brl 26 

For inspecting S. P. meats— for the first five tierces, per tc 1 00 

For inspecting S. P. meats — for each additional tc 25 

For inspecting boxed meats— for the first five boxes, per box 1 00 

For inspecting boxed meats— for each additional box 50 

In case the whole of the lot is inspected, not including labor and coopering : 

For inspecting beef and pork, per brl $0 10 

For inspecting S. P. meats— in lots of fifty tierces or more, per tc 12Ji 

For inspecting S. P. meats— in lots of less than fifty tierces, per tc 16 

For inspecting S. P. meats — in lots of one hundred tierces or more, per tc. 10 
For inspecting bulk or boxed meats— in car-load lots or more, per M lbs. . 15 

For inspecting lard— in lots of one hundred tierces or more, per tc 04 

For inspecting tallow and grease, per tc 04 

John A. Tobby, Chief Inspector. 



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FLAXSEED. 

For inspecting- flaxseed received in bulk— for each car-load of one grade. . .10 75 
For inspecting flaxseed received in bulk — where two or more grades are 

found in the same car — for each grade 50 

For each one thousand bushels from elevator or warehouse to lake trans- 
portation 75 

For each bag lot of 100 bags or under 50 

For each additional bag over 100 bags % 

For each wagon-load* T. 16% 

No inspection charge less than 50 

CnAELES F. Lias, Gliief Inspector. 

GRAIN BY SAMPLE. 

For sampling grain, per car $0 30 

For sampling grain from warehouse to vessels, per M bu 25 

Robert P. Kettles, Chief Grain Sampler. 



WEIGHING CHARGES. 

Lard and grease, per package $0 04 

Tallow, in half hogsheads or smaller packages, per package 04 

Tallow, in hogsheads, per package 10 

Bulk meats, not including labor, per M lbs 10 

For stripping lard or grease at regular warehouse — per package 50 

Grain, by cargo, from elevator to vessels, per M bu 12 

Grain, by cargo, from vessels to elevators, per M 15 

Grain, from canal-boats, per boat-load 1 OO 

Grain in bulk, at regular transfer stations, per car-load 50 

Flaxseed in bags or bulk, per car, not including handling labor 60 

Handled at the expense of the weigher: 

Grain, seed, beans, potatoes and similar articles in bags, per bag 02 

Grain, seed, beans, potatoes and similar articles in car lots 02 

Sugar, in hogsheads and boxes, per 100 lbs 02 

Salt, in sacks, per 100 lbs 02 

Sugar, salt, dried fruit and similar articles, in barrels, per brl 04 

Butter and lard, in kegs, per package 04 

Wool, in lots of not less than 50 bales, per bale 08 

Wool, in lots of 50 bales or more, per bale 07 

Broom-corn, in lots of less than 50 bales, per bale 07 

Broom-corn, in lots of 50 bales or more, per bale 06 

Dressed hogs, each 02 

Pig iron and lead, per 100 lbs 02 

Coal and salt, per ton 05 

John A. Tobey, Weigher of packing-house products. 
H. A. Foss, Weigher of other Commodities. 
* Four wagon-loads to be counted as equal to 1 car-load. 



37 



GRAIN INSPECTIOlSr. 

jSumber of cars inspected in, by months, during 1905. 





Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


5Apl. 


May 


June July 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


iDec. 


Total 


Wheat- 
No 2 w. winter . . 














3 
17 

5 

3 

9 

752 

337 

18 

22 

2 

1,060 

1,253 

93 

46 


■■■■39 
6 
1 

26 

1,004 

794 

46 

38 


2 
3 
1 


1 
7 
2 


1 

3 

1 


3 
11 

2 


10 


No 3 w. winter . . 


1 

4 


5 
3 


3 


6 
1 

2 






85 


No. 4 w. winter . . 
No gr. w. winter. 
No 1 hard winter 




1 

1 


26 
6 








79 

280 

289 

35 

44 


95 
721 

822 
58 

8 


21 

899 

2,152 

105 

4 


36 
79 
61 
49 
1 


266 


No. 2 hard winter 
No. 3 hard winter 
No. 4 hard winter 
No gr. h'd winter 
No. 1 red winter . 


■■"92 
14 


3 
35 

8 


7 

136 

21 

6 


103 

563 

55 

4 


15 

96 

2 


7 
4 
2 


3,870 

5,374 

413 

127 










2 


No. 2 red winter . 
No. 3 red winter . 
No. 4 red winter . 
No gr. red winter 
No. 1 Colorado. . . 


1 
19 
34 

3 

■'i27 
132 

5 

"■ ei 

103 


■■■43 
34 


2 
50 
21 


43 
137 

44 
10 


1 
11 
19 

1 


5 

7 
6 

1 


455 

1,218 

120 

58 


56 

112 

30 

26 


30 
66 
19 
13 


11 
31 

18 


3 

16 
5 


1,667 

2,963 

443 

158 


""eb 

41 

■■3 

"■59 

92 

1 


1 
98 
80 

3 
..... 

68 

159 

1 






1 


No. 3 Colorado... 


30 
33 

87 
123 


3 








5 

5 

20 

7 

199 

187 

20 

1 

2 

1 


13 

1 

18 

28 

6 

310 

251 

21 

2 

1 

7 


8 

5 

11 

248 

10 

349 

316 

4 

2 


9 

3 

10 

74 

3 

228 

151 

4 


353 


No. 3 Colorado. . . 




7 

1 
14 

2 
20 
50 

2 


1 

2 

1 

27 

27 

6 


303 


No. 1 Nor. spring 
No. 2 Nor. spring 
No. 3 spring 


4 

8 


1 


140 

524 

30 


No. 3 spring 

No. 4 spring. ... 
No grade spring. 
No. 3 w. spring. . . 


94 

74 
2 


15 
31 

8 


4 

33 

2 


1,334 

1,374 

71 

5 


No. 3 w. snrine. . . 








1 

a 
1 


1 








4 


No. 4 w. SDring. . . 


1 






1 








2 


15 


No. gr. w. spring. 










1 


No. 2 mixec 


















2 
3 






2 


No. 3 mixed 

CORN— 

No. 1 vellow 


14 


1 




7 


2 

1 

1,328 

957 

714 

385 




b 


3 

4 

1,054 

1,066 

502 

358 

1 

2,527 

2,138 

965 

147 

12 

505 

1,730 

4,080 

1,190 

444 

242 

89 

243 


1 

2 

1,616 

1,449 

518 

361 


11 


1 

■""277 

2,950 

184 

864 


46 

7 


No. 2 yellow 

No. 3 yellow 

No. 3 white 

No. 3 white .... 
No. 1 


22 

1,628 

13 

393 


14 

1,477 
3 

408 


25 

2,115 

18 

551 


HI 

930 

34 

360 


1,976 
2,483 

772 
767 


1,336 

1,811 

532 

648 


758 
827 
130 
228 


99 

2,084 

6 

1,101 


8,616 

19,777 

3,426 

6,324 


No. 2 


28 

2,209 

3,432 

923 

3 

117 

479 

1,092 

408 

101 

44 

18 

5 


56 

1,636 

1,962 

536 

1 

114 

430 

1,350 

443 

157 

41 

11 

7 


172 
4,620 
3,493 

963 

■■"lis 

707 

3,354 

1,118 

177 

96 

52 

20 


307 

1,922 

958 

473 

"■58 

468 

1,078 

301 

100 

45 

32 

10 


575 

801 

1,049 

221 

2 

165 

656 

1,401 

397 

268 

57 

36 

23 


755 
1,579 
3,913 

667 

2 

287 

837 

1,935 

496 

243 

50 

33 

20 


941 
1,907 
1,915 

370 

11 

378 
907 
2,096 
765 
284 
170 
9!» 
135 


3,044 

3,121 

1,389 

156 

2 

352 

1.195 

3,551 

2,249 

218 

91 

42 

332 


746 

1,288 

867 

221 

■■■323 

1,192 

3,289 

3,631 

250 

116 

111 

223 

1 

1 

3 

217 

70 

44 

11 


112 

905 

2,563 

1,280 

1 

117 

481 

2,032 

2,636 

129 

68 

95 

69 

1 

3 

240 

86 

27 

5 


433 

3,143 

3,340 

981 

"'"ioe 

685 

8,199 

1,786 

149 

46 

50 

21 

i 

■■■ioo 
49 

8 


9,696 


No. 3 

No. 4 

No erade 


24,259 

23,846 

6,937 


Oats- 
No. 1 white 

No. 2 white 

Standard 


34 

2,637 
9,767 


No. 3 white 

No. 4 white 

No.2 


27,457 

15,419 

2,520 

1,066 


No. 3 


No. 4 


668 


No crrade 


998 


No.3w. clipped.. 


2 


No. 3 w. clipped . . 






1 

1 

44 

11 

4 










5 

1 

111 

73 

11 

4 


1 

235 

75 

32 

35 

3 


8 


Eye- 
No. 1 




1 

28 
8 
8 








2 

85 
27 

7 
7 


13 


No.3 

No. 3 


26 
6 

2 


31 
12 
15 


14 

11 

6 


23 
10 

4 


1,154 
438 


No. 4 


168 


No grade 


52 


Barley— 

No. 3 Bay Brew'g 














3 


No. 1 Chevalier.. 






4 












1 


1 




6 


No. 2 Chevalier.. 














1 




1 


No. 3 Chevalier.. 






2 


















2 


No.l 


















1 

4 
421 

1,827 






1 


No.3 










3 

278 

292 

25 


3 

377 

168 

30 


7 

120 

113 

25 


1 

46 

159 

30 

2 

5 
35 


1 
462 
990 






19 


No.3 


330 
417 
109 


322 

447 

55 


336 
566 
127 


130 

282 
58 


221 

1,324 


137 

750 


2 870 


No. 4 


7,235 


No. 5 


459 


Feed 


84 
104 
107 


206 
191 
102 


256 

315 

32 


100 

208 

15 


648 


Rejected 
















823 


No grade 


4 


12 


3 


4 




5 


9 


328 






Totals 


12,330 


9,805 


18,345 


9,039 


9,883 


16,410 


18,405 


21,643 


23,112 


19,805 


20,198 


18,333 


197,297 





Statement of grain received by lake and canal and inspected, 1905. 



No. 1 Nor. spring. . 
No. 2 Nor. spring. . . 
No. 3 yellow corn... 
No. 3 yellow corn. . . 



Bu. 

146,980 

113,324 

23,800 

17,500 



Bu. 

No. 3 white corn 6,000 

No. 3 white corn 5,500 

No. 3 corn 114,100 

No.3com 193.450 



Bu. 



No. 4corn 37,700 

No. 3 white oats 30,822 

No. 3 rye 13.083 



38 



CHICAGO ELEVATOR WAREHOUSES. 

The follomng warehouses have been declared Begular Warehouses for the Mtorage of 

grain and flaxseed under the rules of the Board of Trade of the City of 

Chicago and the regulations and requirements of its Board of 

Directors, until the first day of July, 1906. 



Name of Warehouse. 


Operated by 


Capacity. 
Bushels. 


Armour Elevator, comprising Houses 
A. B and B Annex 


Armour Elevator Co 


5,000,000 


Armour Elevator 


Armour Elevator Co 

Armour Elevator Co 


1,000.000 


Armour Elevator F 


800.000 


Calumet Elevator B. . . 


Calumet Elevator Co 


1,200,000 


Calumet Elevator 


Calumet Elevator Co 


1,500,000 


Central Elevator A 


Central Elevator Co 


900,000 


Chlcajro & St. L. Elevator and Annex . . 


Keith & Co 


2.000.000 


City Elevator 


Harris-Scotten Co 


800,000 


National Elevator 


Harris-Scotten Co 


1,000,000 


Peavev Elevator B 


Peavev Grain Co 


1,550,000 


Sock Island Elevator A 


J. Kosenbaum .... 


1,250.000 


Rook Island Elevator B 


J. Rosenbaum 

South Chicago Elevator Co 

Harris-Scotten Co 


800,000 


South Chi. Elev. C and Annex 


3.000.000 


Union Elevator and Annex 


2,000,000 








Total caoacltv 


23,800,000 





GRAIN STORAGE RATES FOR 1906. 



On all grain and flaxseed received in bulk and inspected in good condition, three-quar- 
ters (%) of one (1) cent per bushel for the first ten (10) days or part thereof, and one-fortieth 
(1-40) of one (1) cent per bushel per day for each additional day thereafter so long as it remains 
in good condition. 

On grain damp or liable to early damage as indicated by its inspection when received, 
two (2) cents per bushel for the first ten (10; days or part thereof, and one-half (Vt) of one (1) 
cent per bushel for each additional five (5) days or part thereof. 

No grain will be received in store until it has been inspected and graded by authorized 
inspectors. 



39 

CHICAGO ELEVATOR WAREHOUSES. 

The following warehouses comprise all warehouses except those declared regular 
un^r the rules of the Board of Trade of the Uity of Chicago. 



Name of "Warehouse. 




Am. Corn Milling Co 

Am. Linseed Co. (Metzger Works) 

Am. Linseed Co. (South Chicago Wks.). 
Am. Linseed Co. (Wright & Hills Wks.) 
Am. Malting Co. (103d St. and Ave. A. ). . 
Am. Malting Co.(13th and Rockwell Sts.) 
Am. Maltinsr Co. (52d St. and Blooming- 
dale Ed.) 

Am. Malting Co. (440 Hawthorne Ave.) 
Am. Malting Co.(Blis8 and Hickory Sts.) 
Am. Malting Co. (Bliss and Cherry Sts.) 

Am. Malting Co. (Kensington) 

Armour D 

Armour E 

Atlantic 

Belt 

Boynton 

Byrnes 

Central B 

Chicago & Erie Transfer 

Chicago Dock 

*Oolumbia 

Columbia Malting Co 

Calumet A 

Calumet Malting Co 

Calumet Eiver 

Crescent Linseed Oil Co 

Eckhart & Swan 

Edwards 

Englewood 

Euston & Co 

Fitchburg 

Galena 

Grand Crossing 

Grand Trunk Western 

Hayford 

Hawkeye 

Iowa 

Imperial 

Indiana A 

Irondale 

King , 

L.C. Huck 

Livingston 

Michigan Central A. 

Michigan Central B 

Minnesota and Annex 

McReynolds A 

McEeynolds B 

Merritt 

Mabbitt 

Mueller & Yrmng 

North-Western Malt & Grain Co 

North- Western Yeast Co 

♦Nebraska 

Oxford 

Peavey A 

Pennsylvania Transfer 

Rahr Hons Co 

Eialto 

Rice Malting & Grain Co 

Rockwell St. Elevator 

♦Requa 

Star& Crescent 

SchwUl Malt House 

South Chicago D 

Santa Fe 

*Truitt 

Wabash 

•Wetherell 

Walther 



A merican Corn Milling Co 

American Linseed Co 

American Linseed Co 

American Linseed Co 

American Malting Co 

American Malting Co 



American Maltins Co 

American Malting Co 

American M aiting Co 

American Malting Co 

American Malting Co 

Armour Elevator Co 

Armour Elevator Co 

Lasier & Hooper 

Rosenbaum Bros 

C. W. Boynton 

W. J. Byrnes & Co 

Central Elevator Co 

C. W.Austin 

The Albert Dickinson Co 

Armour Elevator Co 

Columbia Malting Co 

Calumet Elevator Co 

Calumet Malting Co 

Rosenbaum Bros 

Crescent Linseed Oil Co 

Eckhart & Swan 

S. W. Edwards & Son 

United Grain Co 

Euston & Co 

Williams Grain Co 

Bryant & Co 

Frank G. Ely 

Lasier & Hooper 

Prank Marshall 

Tri-State Grain Co 

Bryant & Co 

American Cereal Co 

American Cereal Co 

J. Rosenbaum Grain Co 

King &Oo 

George Bullen & Co. 

Livingston & Co 

P.H.Mealitf 

F.H.MealifE 

Armour Elevator Co 

McEeynolds & Co 

McRej^nolds & Co 

W. H. Merritt&Co 

.T. S. Templeton 

Mueller & Young Grain Co 

North-Western Malt & Grain Co. 
North-Western Yeast Co 



Lord & Garland 

Peavey Grain Co 

Pennsylvania E. E. Co 

Wm. Eahr Sons Co 

Nye- Jenks Grain Co 

The Rice Malt & Grain Co. ... 

Nash-Wright Co 

Requa Bros 

Star & Crescent Milling Co 

A.Schwill& Co 

Chicago Grain & Elevator Co. 

Har ris-Scotten Co 

R.H. Truitt 

E.R.Bacon 

O. W. Wetherell 

Walther & Co 



Total capacity . 



Capacity. 
Bushels. 



6,000 
250,000 
400,000 
200,000 
500,000 
550,000 

1,000,000 

50,000 

50,000 

500,000 

500,000 

1,500,000 
800,000 
150,000 

1,500,000 

100,000 

40,000 

2,000,000 
75,000 

1,000,000 
460,000 
300,000 

1.200,000 



750,000 

40,000 

750,000 

25,000 

200,000 

500,000 

60,000 

700,000 

50,000 

110,000 

100,000 

700,000 

1,500,000 

250,000 

1,500,000 

1.500,000 

25,000 

500,000 

25,000 

50,000 

40,000 

1,200.000 

1,500,000 

1,250,000 

750,000 

1,300,000 

1,250,000 

1,000,000 

200,000 

1.500,000 

75,000 

750,000 

175,000 

600,000 

1,000.000 

350,000 

125,000 

125,000 

100,000 

750,000 

1,000,000 

1,500,000 

105.00C 

1,500,000 

100,000 

35,000 



40,745.000 



■ Closed 



40 
LIVE AND DRESSED HOGS. 

Beceipts and /Shipments during 1905. 
(Live hogs are reported by the Union Stock Yards Co., 



Note— Receipts not included in the above statement were 593,952 head. 



By months during 1905. 



Receipts. 






Shipments 








Live. 


Dressed . 




Live. 


Dressed. 


Chicago & Northwestern R'y 
Illinois Central R. R 


1,816,592 

776,859 

939,017 

1,159,952 

132,315 

135,275 

1,839,237 

211,572 

260,337 

170,091 

45,880 

56,842 

38,536 

15,512 

13,765 

32,209 

3,899 

24,447 

19,610 

18,903 

11.436 

409 


7,405 
10 
67 

...... 

■4,665 


Chicago & Northwestern R'y 
Illinois Central R. R 


25,151 

135 

111 

3 

"■313 

9,366 
3,668 

""68 

6,969 

112,607 

1,185,941 

322,111 

130,533 

112,376 

11,451 

12,016 

95,153 

134 


1,338 
594 


Chicago, R. I. & Pacific R'y. 
Chicago, B. & Quincy R'y... 

Chicago & Alton R'y 

Chicago & Eastern 111. R. R. 
Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul R'y 
Wabash Railroad 


Chicago, K. I. & Pacific R'y. 
Chicago, B. & Quincy R'y... 

Chicago & Alton R'y 

Chicago & Eastern 111. R. R. 
Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul R'y 

Wabash Railroad . . 

Chicago Great Western R'y. 
Atchison, Top. & S. Fe R. R. 

Wisconsin Central R'y 

Chicago, Ind. & Lou. R'y.. . . 

Michigan Central R. R 

Lake Shore & Mich. So. R'y . 
Pittsburgh, Ft. W. & Chi. R'y 
Pittsburgh, C. C. & St. L. R'y 

Baltimore & Ohio R. R 

Grand Trunk Western R'y.. 
N. Y., Chicago & St. L. E. R. 

Chicago & Erie R. R 

Pere Marquette B. R 

Chicago Tunctlon R. R 

Eastern Lines 


25 

12 

82 


Chicago Great Western R'y. 
Atchison, Top. & S. FeR.R.. 

Wisconsin Central R'y 

Chicago, Ind. & Lou. R'y . . . 

Michigan Central R. R 

Lake Shore & Mich. So. R'y. 
Pittsburgh, Ft. W. & Chi. R'y 
Pittsburgh, C, C. & St. L. R'y 

Baltimore & Ohio R. R 

Grand Trunk Western R'y.. 
N. Y., Chicago & St. L. R. R. 
Chicago & Erie R. R 


■556 


Pare Marquette R. R 

Chicago Junction R. R 

Eastern Lines 


147,617 


Driven into yards 


3,043 


Total live 


2,028,106 








Total live 


7,725,738 


■lV,487 


Total dressed 


150,218 


Total dressed 


Total live and dressed . . 
City consumpt'n and pack'g 


6,290;432 


2,178,324 


Total live and dressed . . 




7,737,225 



Receipts. 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Total receipts, live 

Total receipts, dressed 

Total live and dre«ed. 



Live. 



No. 



9.30,274 
727,207 
676,581 
559,638 
a53.293 
625.377 
503,886 
489,440 
475,744 
579,033 
704,886 
800,379 



7,725,738 



Av. 

Wt. 



213 
209 
211 
216 
219 
•'22 
228 
236 
241 
234 
230 

Q99 



Dressed 



2,084 
1,411 
2,4i4 
1,063 

785 

881 

504 

86 

"323 

686 
1,220 



11,487 



7,737,225 



Shipments. 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Total shipments, live 

Total shipments, dressed. . 

Total live and dressed 

City consumpt'n and pack'g 



Live. 



194,866 
208,045 
234,081 
198,917 
189,900 
145,772 
184,914 
165,752 
105,974 
95,915 
114,741 
189,229 



1,028,106 



6,290,432 



Dressed. 



17,796 

18,639 

16,900 

13,519 

16,220 

13,083 

9,248 

10,242 

3,995 

6,448 

10,695 

13,433 



150,218 



2,178,324 



41 



CATTLE AND SHEEP. 

Receipts and Shipments of these varieties of live stock during 1905. 
(As reported by the Union Stock Yards Co.) 



Hbceipts. 


Shipments. 




Cattle. 


Sheep. 




Cattle. 


Sheep. 


Chicago & Northwestern R'y 

Illinois Central R. E 

Chicago, R. I. & Pacific R'y. 
Chicago, B. & Quincy R'y . . . 

Chicago & Alton R'y 

Chicago & Eastern 111. R. R. 
Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul R'y 
Wabash Railroad 


732,161 

259,043 

318,338 

860,456 

132,184 

65,966 

623,500 

116,298 

112,105 

101,538 

21,495 

25,024 

2,926 

3,170 

2,583 

14,150 

1,518 

1,809 

3,061 

2,093 

4,695 

1,198 

2,595 

3,564 


1,150,264 

144,749 

309,401 

904,158 

57,842 

87.339 

1,168,398 

50,206 

347,827 

75,424 

298,465 

49,919 

18,636 

21,149 

10,585 

76,388 

5,219 

13,855 

18,365 

8,713 

11,806 

7,838 

673 

450 


Chicago& North westernR'y 

Illinois Central R. R 

Chicago, R. I. & Pacific R'y 
Chicago, B. & Quincy R'y . . 

Chicago & Alton R'y 

Chicago & Eastern 111. R. R. 
Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul R'y 

Wabash Railroad 

Chicago Great Western R'y 
Atchison, Top. & S. Fe R. R. 

Wisconsin Central R'y 

Chicago, Ind. & Lou. R'y . . . 

Michigan Central R. R 

Lake Shore & Mich. So. R'y 
Pittsburgh, Ft.W. & Chi.R'y 
Pittsburgh,C.,C. & St. L. R'y 

Baltimore & Ohio R. R 

Grand Trunk Western R'y. 
N. Y., Chicago & St. L. R.R. 

Chicago & Brie E. R 

Pere Marquette R. R 

Chicago Junction R'y 

Totals . . 


38,671 

27,725 

13,317 

48,293 

8,139 

35,841 

35,064 

61,175 

2,373 

11,965 

2,517 

33,382 

343,371 

140,805 

250,713 

76,748 

86,156 

112,063 

19,619 

68,196 

3,380 

10,711 


31,145 
39,087 
12,833 
13,400 
7,973 
55,138 
39,187 
33,026 


Chicago Great Western K'y. 
Atchison, Top. & S. Fe R. R. 

Wisconsin Central R'y 

Chicago, Ind. & Lou. K'y — 

Michigan Central R. R 

Lalie Shore & Mich. So. R'y. 
Pittsburgh, Ft. W. & Chi. R'y 
Pittsburgh, C, C. & St. L. R'y 

Baltimore & Ohio K. R 

Grand Trunk Western R'y 
N. Y., Chicago & St. L. R. R. 
Chicago & Erie R. R 


5,277 

7,773 

4,280 

50,133 

134,478 

262,533 

242,485 

72,637 

86,169 

150,362 

30,435 

68,856 


Indiana Harbor R'y 


8.659 


Pere Marquette R. R 

Chicago Junction R'y 

Driven into vards 




1,410.313 
2.000,356 


1.355,865 
3,380,693 




City consumpt'n and pack'g 


Totals 


3.410,469 


4.736,558 



CATTLE AND SHEEP. 

Receipts and Shipments of these varieties of live stock by months during 1905. 
(As reported by the Union Stock Yards Co.) 



Receipts. 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. . . 

October 

November 

December 

Totals... 



Cattle. 



3,410,469 



Sheep. 



319,710 


344,130 


257,340 


303,604 


266,748 


346,363 


236,664 


341,653 


353,686 


361.199 


236,449 


284,701 


337,613 


334,562 


393,002 


364,795 


315,055 


605,753 


356,147 


690,956 


319,806 


416,333 


318,349 


343,610 



4,736,558 



Shipments. 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Totals 

City consumpt'n and pack'g 



Cattle. 



Sheep. 



133,952 


65,673 


117,283 


57,225 


130,925 


108,378 


105,717 


95.487 


103,594 


66.002 


98,566 


30,846 


91,540 


50,529 


110,829 


71,900 


133,868 


390,178 


128,905 


307,533 


125,429 


160,212 


130,105 


51,903 


1,410,313 


1,355,865 


3,000,356 


3,380,693 



42 



DKESSED BEEF AND LARD. 



Receipts and Shipments of these products during 1905, hy routes. 



Lake 

Oanal 

Chieagro & Northwestern Railway 

Illinois Central Railroad 

OhicaffO, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway. ... 

Chicago & Alton Railroad 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 

Wabash Railroad (west of Chicago) 

Chicago Great Western Railway 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad 

Wisconsin Central Railway 

Elgin. Joliet & Eastern Railway 

Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway . 
Eastern Lines 



Totals 



Dressed Beef. 



Received 
Lbs. 



4,514,909 

840.300 

67,380,347 

126,057,437 

35,344,317 

""479,566 

26,113,233 

91,878,298 

7,931,460 



194,686 
39,400 



360,773,876 



Ship ped 

Lbs. 



1,466,843 
3,430,114 

29,815,348 
9,582,217 
7.391,526 

17,338,200 

360,963 

3bb',666 

335,082 

3,393.720 
1,037,057,748 



1,110,371,601 



Labd. 



Received 
Lbs. 



17,031,725 

2.061,672 

30,719,589 

16,161,465 

3,014,863 

' 3,380,166 

' 9V322,246 

3,261.315 

3,300 

■ 1,533,467 
163.519 



84,653,195 



Shipped 
Lbs. 



1,269,200 

" "1,507,647 

23,529,691 

3,198,726 

707,097 

3,885,487 

9,358,200 



679,000 
2.070 

"6V084",.577 
356,468.730 



405,629,825 



DRESSED BEEF AND LARD. 



Eeceipts and Shipments of these products during 1905, by montlis. 



January . . . 
February . 
March ... . 

April 

May 

June 

July 

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

Totals 



Dressed Beef. 



Received 
Lbs. 



15,627,409 
17,637,736 
17,598,649 
19,015,317 
23,922.193 
26,383,834 
20,996,976 
23,802,976 
35,385,160 
54,417,391 
65,887.538 
41,119.707 



360,773,876 



Shipped 
Lbs. 



94,550,271 

86.309,415 

84,945,651 

77,750,987 

83.118,425 

85,122,658 

83,736,447 

93,919,169 

103,353,965 

110,701,230 

109,575,393 

98,388,000 



1,110,371,601 



Lard. 



Received 
Lbs. 



4,549.935 
5,380,018 
5,519,378 
5,546,851 
9,659,725 
15,378,744 
10,084,890 
6,381,958 
4,013,962 
4,129,330 
6,274,539 
7,933,965 



84,653,195 



Shipped 
Lbs. 



29.420,786 
25,623,368 
38,274,982 
21.286.943 
33,944,580 
27,008,109 
28,034,934 
35.101,654 
43,789.579 
44,813,664 
50,067,554 
48,26:1,673 



405,639,835 



43 



HOG PRODUCTS OTHER THAN LARD. 



Receipts and Shipments of these products during 1905, by routes. 



Babbklled Pobk. 



Received 
Brls. 



Shipped 
Brls. 



Otheb Meats. 



Received 
Lbs. 



Shipped 
Lbs. 



Lake 

Canal 

Chicago & Northwestern Railway 

Illinois Central Railroad 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway 

Chicago & Alton Railroad 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 

Wabash Railroad (west of Chicago) 

Chicago Great Western Railway 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad 

Wisconsin Central Railway 

Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway 

Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway 
Eastern Lines 



Totals. 



4,558 

5,m 



74 



3,070 



13,320 



7,653 



3,685 
7,963 



14 



1,722 
123,869 



148,630.389 

13,731,001 

16,877,512 

1.126,209 

13,574,363 

28,380.266 

19,882,540 

6,758,836 

23,832,550 



925,513 
403,200 



144,909 



274,012,012 



379,900 

ilV9^",966 
60,530,017 
1,565,868 
5,812,533 
31,500,414 
42,357,777 

16,8«9,i37 

"7,^',666 
519,793 

2d,oa2,ii6 

555,331,511 



754,948,965 



HOe PRODUCTS OTHER THAN LARD. 

Beceipts and Shipments of these products during 1905, hy months. 



Babbelled Pobk. 



Received 
Brls. 



January 

February. . 

March 

April 

May.. 

June 

July 

August 

September. 

October 

November.. 
December .. 

Totals 



1.205 

1.266 

488 

537 

354 

1,614 

1,550 

2,647 

311 

913 

996 

439 



12,320 



Shipped 
Brls. 



13,722 
10.019 
11,283 

8,125 
10,599 
12,126 
13,793 
13,027 
13,554 
14,709 
14,304 

9,649 



144,909 



Other Meats. 



Received 
Lbs. 



17,349,274 
19,632,003 
35,446,433 
33,899,507 
28,053,190 
20,501,552 
21,113,377 
23,197,644 
14,964,812 
16,783,920 
19.775,888 
24,294,413 



274,012,013 



Shipped 
Lbs. 



49,554,719 
49,343,883 
57.645,541 
55,940,078 
57,020,569 
63,358,804 
64,175,550 
73,916,184 
65,313,967 
77,549,285 
76,818,776 
66,305,610 



754,942,965 



44 



CATTLE AND HOG STATISTICS. 

Receipts and shipments of cattle for a series of years. 





Received. 


Shipped. 




Received. 


Shipped. 




Received. 


Shipped. 


1868 


323,614 


217,897 


1881 


1,498,550 


938.712 


1894 


2.974,363 


950,738 


1869 


403.102 


294.717 


1882 


1.582.530 


921,009 


1895 


2.588.558 


785.093 


1870 


532.964 


391,709 


1883 


1.878,944 


966.758 


1896 


2,600,476 


818,326 


1871 


543.050 


401.927 


1884 


1.817.697 


791.884 


1897 


2,554,924 


843,392 


1872. ..... 


684.075 


510.025 


1885 


1,905,518 


744.093 


1898 


2.480,897 


865,642 


1873 


761,428 


574,181 


1886 


1.963,900 


704,675 


1899 


2.514.446 


811,874 


1874 


843.966 


622,929 


1887 


2,382,008 


971.483 


1900 


2,729,046 


934,649 


1875 


920.843 


696.534 


1888 


2,611,543 


968.385 


1901. ... 


3,031,396 


1,031,576 


1876 


1,096,745 


797.724 


1889 


3,023.281 


1,259.971 


1902 


2,941,559 


909,915 


1877 


1,033.151 


703,402 


1890 


3,484,280 


1.260.309 


1903 


3,432,486 


1,269,455 


1878 


1.083.068 


699,108 


1891 


3.250,359 


1.066.264 


1904 


3,259,185 


1,326,332 


1879 


1.215,732 


726.903 


1892 


3.571.796 


1,121.675 


1905 


3,410,469 


1,410,213 


1880 


1.382.477 


886.614 


1893 


3,133.406 


900.183 









Heceipts and shipments of hogs for a series of years. 



1868. 

1869. 

1870. 

1871. 

1872. 

1873. 

1874. 

1875. 

1876. 

1877 

1878. 

1879 

1880. 

1881. 

1882 

1883. 

1884. 

1885. 

1886. 

1887. 

1888. 

1889. 

1890.. 

1891. 

1892.. 

1893. 

1894.. 

1895. 

1896.. 

1897.. 

1898.. 

1899.. 

1900.. 

1901.. 

1902.. 

1903.. 

1904.. 

1905. 



Received. 



Live. 



1,706,592 

1,661,869 

1,693,158 

2,380,083 

3,252,623 

4,337,750 

4,259,639 

3,912,110 

4,190,006 

4,025,970 

6,339,654 

6,448,300 

7,059,435 

6,474,844 

6,817,504 

5,640,625 

5,351,967 

6,937,535 

6,718,761 

5,470,852 

4,921,713 

5,998,526 

7.663.838 

8,600,805 

7,714,435 

6,057,278 

7,483,338 

7,885,283 

7,659,472 

8,363,724 

9,363,441 

8,721,596 

8,694,578 

8,903,189 

8,395,533 

7,847,859 

7,786,541 

8,319,690 



Dressed. Totals. 



381,933 

190,513 

260,214 

272,466 

235,905 

233,156 

213,038 

173,012 

148,622 

164,339 

102,512 

91,044 

89,102 

53,835 

36,778 

56,538 

24,538 

33,700 

34,846 

12,800 

16,702 

18,481 

14,267 

9,901 

5.372 

21,810 

60,658 

44.262 

2,079 

1,698 

3,640 

1,485 

1,598 

5,513 

6.645 

13.042 

20,024 

11.487 



1,988,515 
1,852,382 
1,953,372 
3,652,549 
3,488,538 
4,570,906 
4.472,667 
4,085,122 
4,338,628 
4,190,309 
6,442,166 
6,539,344 
7,148,457 
6,527,679 
5,854,282 
5,697,163 
5,376,565 
6,970,235 
6,743,607 
5,483,652 
4,938,414 
6,017,007 
7.678,095 
8,610,706 
7,719,707 
6.079,088 
7,543,886 
7,929,545 
7.661,551 
8,365,422 
9,367,081 
8,733,081 
8,696,176 
8,908,703 
8,403,178 
7,860,901 
7,806,565 
8,331,177 



Shipped. 



Live. Dressed. 



1,020,812 
1,086,305 

934,483 
1,162,286 
1,835,594 
2,197,557 
2.330,661 
1,583,643 
1,131,635 

951,321 
1,266,906 
1,693,361 
1,394,990 
1,289,679 
1,747,722 
1,319,392 
1,392,615 
1,797,446 
9,090,784 
1,813,001 
1,751,829 
1,786,659 
1.985.700 
2,962,514 
2.926.145 
2.149,410 
2,465.058 
2,100.613 
1.896,312 
1,629,984 
1.340,544 
1,689,439 
1,452,183 
1,300,962 
1,251.798 
1,237,554 
1,626,022 
2,028,106 



226,901 

199,650 

171,188 

169,473 

145,701 

200,906 

197,747 

153,533 

79,654 

94,648 

26,039 

40,034 

33,194 

46,849 

40,196 

44,867 

24,447 

56,305 

100,117 

138,989 

111,823 

129,241 

148.858 

122,185 

53,281 

36,467 

19,721 

53,136 

44,127 

64,481 

123,746 

/ 98,459 

107,656 

115.989 

150,615 

113,665 

130,845 

150.218 



Totals, 



1,247,713 

1,285,955 

1,095,671 

1,331,750 

1,981,295 

2,398,463 

2,528,108 

1,736,166 

1,211,289 

1,045,869 

1,293,945 

1,732,385 

1,428,184 

1,336,528 

1,787,918 

1,363,759 

1,417,062 ■ 

1,853,751 

2,190,901 

1,950,990 

1,863,653 

1,915,900 

2.134,558 

3.084,699 

2,979.426 

3,185,877 

2,484,779 

2,153,749 

1,940,439 

1,694,465 

1,464,290 

1.787,898 

1,599,839 

1,416,951 

1,402,413 

1.351,319 

1,746,867 

2,178,334 



BEEF AND PORK PACKING IN CHICAGO. 





For a series of years, 


March 1 to Ma,rch 1. 






Number of 

cattle 

packed. 


Number of 

hogs 

packed. 




Number of 

cattle 

packed. 


Number of 

hogs 

packed. 


1867-8 


35,348 

26.950 

11.963 

21,254 

16.080 

15,755 

21.712 

41.193 

63.783 

334.998* 

310,4.56* 

391.500* 

486.537* 

511,711* 

575,924* 

697,033* 

1.182,905* 

1,319,115* 

1.402.613* 


796,236 
597,954 
688.140 
919.197 
1.225.236 
1,456.650 
1,826,560 
2.136.716 
2,330,846 
2.933.486* 
4,009.311* 
4,960.956* 
4.680.637* 
5.753.191* 
5.100,484* 
4.322,780* 
3.911.792* 
4.228,205* 
4.928.730* 


1886-7 


1,608.202* 
1,963,051* 
3.050,637* 
3,206.185* 
3,680,333* 
3.667,.523* 
3.469,373* 
3,181.366* 
1.958,206* 
1,810.593* 
1,756,431* 
1,732,296* 
1,603,38U* 
1,734,776* 
1,814,921* 
3,047,489* 
2,017,563* 
2,163,976* 
1,918,665* 


4,435.941* 
3.732.244* 


1868-9 


1887-8 


1869-70 


1888-9 


3.318,415* 
4,473,467* 


1870-1 


1889-90 


1871-2 


1890-1 


6,071,659* 
5,249,798* 
4,352,095* 


1872-3 

1873-4 


1891-2 

1892-3 


1874-5 


1893-4 


4,219.567* 
5,293,2fti* 
5.490,410* 
.5,967,59.5* 
6,747,265* 
8.016,675* 
7,544,219* 
7,364,859* 
7,691,513* 
6,911,947* 
6,763,686* 


1875-6 


1894-5 


1876-7 

1877-8 


1895-6 

1896-7 

1897-8 


1878-9 


1879-80 


1898-9 


1880-1 

1881-2 


1899-1900 

1900-1 

1901-2 ; 

1902-3 


1882-3 

1883-4 


1884-5 


190,3-4 


1885-6 


1904-5 


6,044.758* 



•Includes city consumption. 



gEPS^f5?9^Psps5P?WW^TW|F' 



PORK PACKING. 

2%e follovDing shows the number of hogs packed duHnq winter season at the large cities. 



NOV. 1 

TO 
MAB. 1. 


Chicago. 


Cincinnati 


St. Louis. 


Milwaukee 


Louisville 


Indn'ap'lis 


Kan. City 


Omaha. 


1904-05... 


2,812,588 


268,269 


761,983 


* 394,425 


184,446 


516,330 


1,231,408 


738,131 


1903-04 .. 


2,935,960 


247.947 


637,550 


♦ 433,024 


126,351 


479,380 


861,674 


746,596 


1903-03... 


2,953,193 


220,617 


503,833 


* 295.407 


143,815 


359,454 


743,854 


77!',941 


1901-02... 


3,433,905 


333,882 


642.030 


* 332,169 


150,000 


476.568 


1,271,686 


938,787 


1900-01... 


2.970.095 


244,933 


667,000 


* 396,298 


143,983 


434,250 


1,178.320 


786,156 


1899-00... 


2,869,580 


270,460 


613,653 


* 339,016 


133,279 


410.709 


959,934 


739.073 


1898-99... 


3,349.385 


297,233 


739,086 


* 446,031 


195,705 


442,455 


1,219,797 


790,943 


1897-98. . . 


3,672,730 


276,420 


526,440 


* 508,074 


177.268 


438,462 


1,305,131 


550,175 


1896-97... 


3,283,375 


240,160 


413,558 


* 361,200 


119,640 


345,913 


1,022,639 


441,008 


1895-96... 


2,375,470 


349,640 


387,697 


* 367,581 


138,537 


336,492 


869.273 


417,093 


1894r-95. . . 


2,475,468 


365,735 


373,165 


• 348,840 


136,898 


307,610 


884,652 


634,834 


1893-94... 


1,695,980 


189,908 


255,084 


* 143,633 


103,797 


257,734 


584,543 


379,559 


1892-93... 


1,478,212 


204,410 


236,306 


119,500 


112,003 


204,553 


616,752 


408,080 


1891-92... 


2,757,108 


288,548 


350,483 


326,386 


101,365 


317,002 


863,499 


634.983 


1890-91... 


2,837,634 


301,054 


291,332 


337.768 


113.468 


315,233 


938,760 


584,324 


1889-90 .. 


2,179,440 


271,513 


348,810 


300.729 


105.512 


325,800 


681,710 


373,043 


1888-89.-. 


1,462,130 


300,082 


336,176 


273,577 


152.674 


278,002 


712,184 


333,150 


1887-88... 


l,rai,503 


309,588 


369,790 


218,650 


190,671 


300,506 


780,476 


364,372 


1886-87... 


1,844,189 


331,401 


370,866 


327,255 


JS^^ 


352,148 


768,539 


242,628 


1885-86... 


2,393,052 


332.696 


369,130 


343,423 


122,261 


290.500 


656,109 


106,418 


1884-^... 


2,308,217 


385,435 


442,087 


336,645 


164,912 


316.971 


606,787 


141,100 


1883-84... 


2,011,384 


365,451 


382,222 


265,467 


141,704 


274,095 


427.162 


64,770 


1882-83... 


2,557,823 


425,400 


327,004 


293,510 


125,812 


276,017 


445,374 


90,980 


1881-82... 


2,368,100 


384,878 


316,379 


323,619 


131,007 


249,178 


345.817 


85,151 


1880-81... 


2,781.064 


522,425 


474,159 


325,729 


231,269 


388,763 


339.678 


96,147 


1879-80... 


2,525,219 


534,559 


577,793 


340,783 


231,259 


364,021 


195.600 


51,514 


187&-79... 


2,943,115 


623,584 


629,261 


444,221 


187,506 


472,465 


224,000 


74,658 


1877-78... 


2,50:1,285 


632,302 


509,540 


371,982 


279,414 


270,150 


188.344 


54,000 


1876-77... 


1,618,084 


523,576 


414,747 


225,598 


214,862 


294,198 


116,038 


37,000 


187&-76... 


1,592,065 


563,359 


329,895 


181,972 


223,147 


323,184 


■ 74.500 


18,025 


1874-75... 


1,690,348 


560,164 


462,246 


236,596 


273,118 


278,339 


73,500 


13.000 


1873-74... 


1,520,024 


581,253 


463,793 


294,054 


226,947 


295,766 


140,348 


15.785 


1872-73... 


1,425,079 


626,305 


538,000 


303,500 


302,246 


196,317 


187,221 


7,500 


1871-72... 


1,218.858 


630,301 


419.032 


315,000 


309.512 


172,100 


83,000 




1870-71... 


918,087 


500,066 


305.600 


241,000 


242.135 


105,000 


36.200 




1869-70. .. 


688,140 


337,330 


241,316 


172,626 


182.000 


55,474 


25,500 




1868-69... 


597,954 


356,555 


224,341 


129,094 


167.209 


56,466 


16,000 




1867-68... 


796,226 


366,831 


237,328 


159,463 


140,980 


52.645 


2,500 




1866-67... 


639,332 


462,610 


176,800 


133,370 


157.071 


53.739 






1865-66... 


507,355 


354,079 


116,760 


87,853 


90,519 


36,000 






1864-65... 


760,514 


350,600 


185,894 


107,130 


92.409 


55,888 






1863-64... 


904.659 


370,623 


240.099 


141,091 


103.267 


66,400 






1862-63... 


970.264 


608,457 


175,000 


182,465 


U6.000 


77.000 


- • • 




1861-62... 


505,691 


474,467 


84,093 


94,761 


91.335 


42.100 






1860-61... 


271,805 


433,799 


79,800 


51,000 


198.751 


38.781 






1859-60... 


151,339 


434,499 


70,326 


52,000 


251,870 


32.276 






1858-59... 


171.684 


382,826 


57,500 


32,000 


288.590 


33,217 






1857-58... 


99.262 


446,677 


98,000 


16,000 


253.803 


40,480 






1856-57... 


74,000 


344,512 


71,531 


15,000 


245,830 


27,160 






1855-56... 


80,380 


405,396 


93,700 


34,000 


332,733 


65,030 






1854-55... 


73,694 


355,786 


89,830 


34,000 


283.788 


34,476 






1853-54... 


52,849 


421,000 


90,000 


43,000 


407.033 


44,900 






1852-53... 


44,156 


361,000 


60,000 


no report. 


301,000 


27,000 






1851-62... 


22,036 


352,000 


47.168 


no report. 


193,000 


29,000 






1850-51... 


20,000 


334,000 


82.274 


no report. 


196,000 


18,000 







♦Includes Cudahy, Wis. jLouisville in the early years included Jeffersonville and New Albany 

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT 

Of the Packing in the West and at Chicago for a series of years. 



Years ending Mar. 1 

1854 

1855 

1866 

1857 

1858 

1859 

1860 

1861 

1863 

1863 

1864 

1865 

1866 

1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 :::::;■■ 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 



In Chicago. 



53,849 

73,694 

80,380 

74,000 

99,263 

179,684 

151,339 

271,805 

505,691 

970,264 

904,659 

760,514 

507,355 

639,332 

796,236 

597,954 

688,149 

919,197 

1,225,236 

1,456,650 

1,826,560 

2,136,716 

2,320,846 

2.933,486 

4,009,311 

4,960.959 



In the West, 



3,534,770 
3,134,404 
3,489,502 
1,818,468 
3,210,778 
2,465,552 
2,350,822 
3,155,702 
2,893 666 
4,069 520 
3,361,105 
3,423,779 
1,785,955 
2,490,791 
2,781,084 
2,499,173 
2,595,243 
3,833,084 
5,125,560 
5,966,254 
6,525,616 
6,761,670 
6,150,343 
7,376,858 
9,045,566 
10.853,693 



Years ending Mar. 1. 



1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1893 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901, 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 



In Chicago. In the West 



4,680,637 
5,752,191 
5,100,484 
4,222,780 
3,911,792 
4,228,205 
4,928,730 
4,425,941 
3,733,244 
3,318,415 
4,473,467 
6,071,659 
5,249,798 
4,352,095 
4,219,567 
5,393,303 
5,490,410 
5,967,595 
6.747,365 
8,016,675 
7,119,440 
7.368.515 
7.636,000 
6,860,453 
6,713.086 
5,990.430 



10,997,399 
12,238,354 
10,551,449 
9,340,999 
9,183,100 
10,519.108 
11,363,567 
12,083,012 
11,532,707 
10,798,974 
13,545,303 
17,713.134 
14,457,614 
12.390.630 
11.605,006 
16,003.645 
15.010,635 
16,938,978 
30,201,260 
23,651.695 
22,201,000 
23,600,674 
25,411,676 
30,605,571 
32.375,686 
23,918,423 



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CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. 

Range of prices (per 100 lbs.) for each week during 1905. 







Cattle. 


Ho 


GS. 


Sheep. 




Good 

to 
extra 

stee:s. 


Good to 

choice 

cows and 

heifers. 


Stockers 

and 
feeding 
steers. 


Light. 


Heavy 
packers 

and 
shippers. 


Good to 
Choice. 


January 


7 

14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 

15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

3 

9 
16 
23 
30 


$4 20® 6 00 
4 50® 6 35 
4 60® 6 25 
4 60® 6 30 
4 50® 6 25 
4 65® 6 45 
4 50® 6 35 
4 55® 6 35 
4 ,50® 6 00 
4 60® 6 25 
4 65® 6 25 
4 50® 6 15 

4 80® 6 30 

5 30® 6 75 
5 50® 7 00 
5 40® 6 90 
5 25® 6 85 
5 10® 6 80 
5 15® 6 85 
5 00® 6 65 
4 80® 6 40 
4 95® 6 35 
4 85® 6 35 
4 70® 6 35 
4 60® 6 00 
4 80® 6 25 
4 85® 6 25 
4 75® 6 10 
4 60® 5 80 
4 75® 5 90 
4 70® 5 90 
4 75® 6 00 
4 80® 6 10 
4 85® 6 30 
4 90® 6 50 
4 90® 6 50 
4 75® 6 40 
4 65® 6 40 
4 50® 6 15 
4 60® 6 35 
4 55® 6 35 
4 50® 6 40 
4 50® 6 40 
4 45® 6 40 
4 40® 6 40 
4 60® 6 55 
4 65® 6 60 
4 75® 6 75 
4 70® 7 00 
4 65® 6 85 
4 80® 6 65 
4 65® 6 00 


12 80@5 00 

2 90@5 15 

3 00®5 00 

2 75@4 65 

3 70@4 50 
2 85@5 00 
2 70®4 75 

2 65@4 50 

3 80®4 75 

2 95®5 00 

3 85®5 00 
3 00@5 15 
3 25®5 50 
3 40@5 50 
d 75®e 00 
3 90@6 25 
3 65@5 75 
3 50@5 55 
3 60@5 75 
3 50®5 75 
3 35®5 50 
3 50@5 75 
3 25®5 25 
3 10®5 45 
3 15@5 75 
3 00®5 25 

2 85®6 15 

3 00®5 .35 
2 80®4 85 
2 85®5 00 

2 90@5 35 

3 80@5 10 
3 85@5 40 

2 80@5 40 

3 75®5 25 
2 80®5 50 
2 90®5 65 
2 80@5 50 

2 75@5 50 

3 80@5 50 
2 65@5 00 

2 70®5 25 

3 75@5 25 
2 80@5 45 

2 75@5 15 

3 80®5 50 
3 75®4 75 
2 70@6 00 
2 70@4 65 
2 75@6 00 

2 80@6 80 

3 75®5 25 


S3 00®4 25 
3 10®4 35 
1 90@4 35 
1 85@4 35 

1 90@4 35 
3 00®4 35 

2 10@4 35 

3 15@4 50 
3 20@4 55 

2 35@4 65 

3 30®4 80 

2 40®5 00 

3 60®5 10 
3 80@5 00 
3 75@5 45 
345®5 20 
2 40@4 90 
2 35®5 10 
2 4G@5 25 
2 50®5 30 

2 30@4 75 

2 40@4 75 

3 45®4 75 
2 30®4 50 
2 4ti@4 40 
2 35®4 40 
2 25@4 30 
2 10®4 25 
2 00®4 15 
2 10®4 25 

2 20®4 50 

3 15®4 20 
3 10®4 30 
3 15@4 40 
3 10@4 30 
3 00@4 40 
3 10®4 40 

2 00®4 SO 

3 10®4 10 

2 30@4 30 

3 15@4 25 
3 30®4 35 
3 40@4 25 

2 30@4 20 

3 15@4 15 
2 20®4 15 
2 25@4 25 

2 35@4 50 

3 40@4 35 
2 30@4 35 
2 15@4 35 


$4 10®4 65 
4 30®4 75 
4 15®4 65 
4 40®4 90 
4 25®4 85 
4 40®4 95 
4 60@5 05 
4 45@4 90 
4 5C@5 03^ 
4 70®5 13/2 

4 65@5 27/2 

5 00®5 40 
5 00@5 65 
5 25®5 65 
5 15@5 55 

4 90@5 60 

5 00®5 65 
5 20®5 65 
5 10®5 55 
5 20@5 60 
5 10®5 50 

5 15@5 47% 
5 20@5 45 
5 05®5 45 
5 20®5 63% 
5 30®5 72J^ 
5 30®5 90 
5 6tKa6 17% 
5 50®6 10 
5 60®6 25 
5 75®6 40 
5 80@6 45 
5 80®6 40 
5 60®6 30 
5 30@6 05 
5 05®5 90 
5 10®5 75 
5 00®5 75 

4 95@5 70 

5 00®5 60 

4 90®5 47% 
4 70@5 b-Z]^ 
4 70®5 25 
4 70@5 20 
4 45@5 05 
4 50®4 90 
4 55@5 00 
4 60®5 10 
4 65@5 00 
4 70®5 15 
4 85@5 30 


U 35®4 77% 
4 45®4 87% 
4 35@4 80 
4 55@5 00 
4 50@4 95 
4 60@5 07% 
4 70@5 12% 
4 65@5 05 
4 70@5 15 
4 80®5 a2J6 

4 75@5 35 

5 10®5 55 
5 10@5 50 

5 15@5 67% 
5 40®5 73% 
5 20®5 66 
4 70@5 65 
4 75@5 65 
4 85@5 60 
4 70®5 55 
4 70@5 60 
4 50®5 45 
4 50®5 45 
4 60®5 50 
4 50@5 47Ji 

4 85@5 70 

5 20®5 75 
5 15@5 90 

5 35®6 23% 
5 25®6 03/, 
5 35@6 15 
5 30@6 35 
5 60®6 40 
5 60®6 40 
5 40®6 30 
5 10@6 10 

4 85®5 90 

5 05®5 87^ 
4 95@5 85 

4 85@5 80 
4 80@5 70 
4 80@5 57% 
4 40@5 50 
4 35@5 30 
4 .50@5 20 
4 45®5 12% 

4 50®4 my., 

4 55®5 05 
4 65@5 15 
4 70®5 05 
4 80®5 20 
4 95@5 35 


$4 50®5 60 
4 80®5 ti5 




4 90®5 85 




4 50®5 65 


February 


4 50®5 75 
4 75®6 00 




5 25@6 25 


March 


5 25®6 25 
5 00@6 20 




4 85®« 35 




4 75@6 00 




4 90@6 25 


April 


5 00®6 30 




4 90®6 10 




4 50®5 70 
4 50®5 50 




4 50@5 25 


May 


4 00@5 10 




4 00®5 25 




4 25®5 50 




4 50®5 30 


June 


4 00®5(10 
4 30@5 25 




4 25@5 25 


July ...:;■ :;■..■■.: 


4 25@5 iS 
4 25@5 50 
4 40®5 60 




4 60@5 90 




4 50®5 50 




4 00®5 10 


August 


4 00@5 00 




4 00®5 00 




4 25@5 50 
4 50®5 65 


September 


4 75@5 40 
4 25@5 40 


October 


380®4 90 
4 00@5 00 

4 50®5 70 
4 35®5 70 


November 


4 50®6 10 
4 25@6 00 




4 25@5 60 




4 25@5 50 


December 


4 35@5 80 
4 40®6 00 
4 75®6 10 




4 S0@5 90 




5 00@6 25 







49 



BEEF PRODUCTS 



Cash prices of these commodities for each week during 1905 



January... 
February . 



March 



April. 



May. 



June . 



July. 



August... . 
September 



October. 



November. 



December. 



Beef Hams. 
Per bbl. 



00@19 50 

00(ai9 50 

00@19 50 

8 75®19 25 



75@19 00 
75@19 00 
75@19 00 
75@19 00 
75@19 00 
75@19 00 
50@19 00 
50@19 00 
00@19 00 
00@il8 50 
00@18 50 
00@18 50 
00@18 50 
00@19 00 
50@19 00 
50@19 00 
50@19 00 
50®19 00 
50@19 00 
50@18 75 
50@19 00 
50@19 00 
50@18 75 
50@18 75 
50@18 75 
50@18 75 
50@18 75 
50@18 75 
50@18 75 
50@18 75 
50@18 75 
50@18 75 
50@18 75 
50@18 75 
00@18 75 
00@18 25 
00@18 50 
00@18 50 
50@18 50 
50®18 00 
50@18 00 
50@18 00 
50@18 00 
50@18 00 
50@18 00 
50@18 50 
50@18 50 
50@18 50 



Extra Mess. 
Per 100 lbs. 



S8 50® 8 75 
8 blX'i 9 00 
8 50® 9 00 
8 50@ 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 

8 75@10 00 

9 00@10 00 
9 50®10 00 

50@10 00 
50®10 00 
50@10 00 
50@10 00 
00@10 00 
9 00® 9 50 
9 00® 9 50 
9 00® 
9 00® 
8 75® 
8 75® 
8 50® 
8 50® 8 75 
8 00® 8 50 
8 25® 8 50 
8 25® 8 50 
8 25® 8 50 
8 25® 8 50 
8 25® 8 50 
8 50® 8 75 
7 50® 8 50 
50® 8 00 
50® 8 50 
50® 8 50 
50® 8 00 
50® 8 00 
50® 8 00 
50® 8 00 
50® 8 00 
50® 8 00 
50® 8 50 
50® 8 50 
50® 8 50 
50® 8 50 



Plate. 
Per 100 lbs. 



) 8 00® 8 75 
8 00® 9 00 
8 50® 9 00 
8 50® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 
8 75® 9 00 

8 75® 9 25 

9 00® 9 25 
9 00® 9 25 
9 00® 9 25 
9 00@10 00 
9 75@11 50 

10 50@11 50 
10 50@11 50 
10 50®11 50 
10 25®11 50 
10 25®11 25 
10 25@11 25 
10 00@11 25 
10 00®11 25 
9 75@11 00 
25@10 25 
25® 9 75 
00® 9 75 
' 9 50 



9 
9 
9 
9 

8 75® 9 50 



8 75® 
8 50® 
8 75® 
8 75® 
8 75® 
8 7i ' 
8 75® 
8 75® 
8 50@ 
8 00® 9 50 
8 00® 9 00 
8 00® 9 00 

8 00@10 00 

9 00®10 00 
9 00®10 00 
9 00@10 00 
8 50@10 00 
8 50® 9 50 
8 50® 9 50 

8 50@10 50 

9 00@10 50 
9 00®10 00 



Extra Plate. 
Per 100 lbs. 



$ 8 75® 9 50 

8 75® 9 50 

9 00® 9 50 
9 00® 9 75 
9 50® 9 75 
9 50® 9 75 

9 50® 9 75 
9 50® 9 75 
9 50® 9 75 
9 50® 9 75 
9 50® 9 75 
9 50® 9 75 
9 50® 9 75 
9 50®10 00 

9 75®10 50 

10 25@12 00 

11 00®12 00 
11 00@12 00 
11 00®12 00 
10 75®12 00 
10 75®11 75 
10 75@11 75 
10 25@11 75 
10 25®11 25 
10 25@H 25 
10 00®10 75 
10 00@10 50 

9 75®10 50 
9 50®10 25 
9 50@10 00 
9 50® 9 75 
9 00® 9 75 
9 25® 9 75 
9 25® 9 75 
9 25® 9 75 
925® 9 50 
9 25® 9 50 
9 25® 9 50 
9 00®10 50 
9 00®10 50 
9 50@10 00 
9 50®10 00 
9 50®11 00 
10 00®11 00 
10 00@11 00 
10 00®11 00 
9 00@11 00 
9 00@10 50 
9 50®10 50 
9 50®11 50 

10 00@11 50 

10 00@11 00 



Tallow 
Per lb. 



3^@5X 
3?^@5« 

3%(m% 
35^®5% 



3?«@5X 



3%®5H 
3?^®5yj 

3%<m¥t 

3ys®5% 

3Vim% 

3!4@55g 
3H@5% 

3%(m% 

3?g@5?i 
3%@6 

samM 
3%(my2 

35i®6'/2 

3?i@6^ 

3y2@6% 

3^@6J4 

3;4@6 

3y2@5Vi 

3Vim>V7. 

3!/j@5^ 

3^^5»^ 

3'^m% 

3Vi@e 

3rs@6 

3^®6 

3^@6 



3M@6 
3%@6 
3li'@6 



50 



STANDAED 



Bange of Cash Prices for these 



January 



February., 



March. 



AprU. 



May. 



June 



July. 



August.. 



September 



October . 



November. 



December. 



U 

21 

28 

i 

11 

18 

25 

4 

11 

18 

25 

1 

8 

15 

23 

29 

6 

13 

20 

27 
3 

10 

17 

24 
1 
8 

15 

22 

29 
5 

12 

19 

2t> 
2 
9 

16 

23 

30 
7 

14 

21 

28 
4 

11 

18 

25 
2 
9 

16 

23 

30 



Mess Pork, 
per brl. 



$ 13 12!/2@r2 45 
12 15 @12 40 



12 40 
12 65 

12 60 

13 60 



@12 60 
@12 90 
@12 80 

@12 80 

12 62%®12 75 
12 35 @13 65 
@13 60 
©IS 70 
@12 85 
@12 95 
@13 85 
@13 95 
®12 90 
@12 55 
@12 10 
@12 90 
@12 a5 
@12 60 
@13 55 
@12 60 
@12 80 
@12 80 
@12 70 
©12 80 
©12 80 
©12 90 
@13 95 
©13 10 
©13 60 
©14 30 
©14 40 
©14 90 
©15 60 
©15 10 
©15 50 

©15 50 

14 62i4©15 10 

14 75 ©15 25 

15 20 ©15 75 

15 75 @16 12J6 

16 00 ©16 50 
13 87'/4@16 50 
13 87i^©14 00 
13 50 ©14 00 

©13 62'/2 
©13 65 
©13 50 
©13 37^ 
©13 00 
©12 87J6 



12 35 
12 50 
12 50 
12 70 
12 60 
12 70 

12 55 

13 10 
11 70 

11 75 

12 05 

12 30 

13 35 
13 25 
12 50 
12 50 

12 45 

13 60 
12 55 
12 50 

12 70 

13 95 
13 35 

13 85 

14 10 
14 25 
14 90 

14 95 

15 10 
14 95 



13 45 
13 40 
13 25 

12 75 

13 75 
12 70 



Lard, 
per 100 lbs. 



5 6 55 © 6 uVi 
6 80 © 6 93'/i 
6 62^@ 6 75 

6 77^© 6 90 
6 70 © 6 75 
6 67^5® 6 77 S-^ 
6 77>^© 6 80 
6 65 ® 6 87^ 
6 80 © 6 90 
6 80 © 6 97'/2 
6 82H® 7 03',^ 
6 97ii@ 7 07 '/2 

6 95 ® 7 05 

7 07i4® 7 17'/s 
7 12'/2© 7 25 

7 00 © 7 llVi 
7 03^© 7 07!/j 
7 03J6© 7 17Yt 
7 12^2® 7 22 
7 15 © 7 25 
7 15 @ 7 23'^ 
7 15 @ 7 25 
7 12^© 7 37 '/2 
7 15 © 7 25 
7 15 © 7 25 
7 22J6® 7 27 Vi 
7 OSJ/j© 7 27 
7 03^2® 7 15 
7 00 © 7 17/2 
7 05 @ 7 17J6 
7 25 © 7 47 '4 
7 45 © 7 47'.^ 
7 65 @ 7 77}2 
7 77^® 8 00 
7 92!^® 8 10 
7 57H® 8 00 
7 35 @ 7 67!>4 
7 60 © 7 70 
7 171/2® 7 53/2 
7 12)6® 7 27-H 
7 17J^® 7 30 
7 10 @ 7 22/2 
7 02/,© 7 10 

6 97i4@ 7 10 

7 00 © 7 07>6 

6 95 © 7 05 

6 97/2© 7 10 

7 05 @ 7 3714 
7 27/2® 7 72/j 
7 52)6® 7 77)6 
7 43)6® 7 57'% 
7 20 © 7 53/2 



Grease, 
common to 

prime, 
per 100 lbs. 



I 3 37'/i@ 5 00 
3 37)4® 5 00 
3 25 ® 5 00 
3 12)^@ 5 00 
3 rZ%@ 4 87-4 
3 12)6© i 87)4 
3 25 @ 5 00 
3 25 @ 5 00 
3 25 © 5 00 
3 25 © 5 12/2 
3 25 © 5 12)4 
3 25 @ 5 00 
3 25 @ 5 00 
3 25 © 5 00 
3 25 © 5 00 
3 25 © 5 00 
3 25 © 5 00 
3 25 © 5 00 
3 25 © 5 00 
3 12)4© 4 75 
3 12)4© 4 75 
3 12)4© 4 75 
3 12)4© 4 75 
3 12)4© 4 75 
3 12)4© 4 75 
3 12)6© 4 75 
3 12)4® 4 75 
3 12)4® 4 75 
3 12/2® 4 75 
3 13)4© 4 87»4 
3 13/2® 4 87)6 
3 12)4® 4 87>i, 
3 25 © 5 00 ■ 
3 25 @ 5 00 
3 25 @ 5 12)4 
3 25 @ 5 12)4 
3 12)6® 5 13)4 
3 13)6® 5 00 
3 12)4© 5 00 
3 12)4® 5 00 
3 12)4© 5 00 
3 13)6© 5 00 
3 12)6© 5 00 
3 12)4© 5 00 
3 12)^© 5 00 
3 37)4© 5 25 
3 37/,© 5 25 
3 37)4© 5 25 
3 37)4© 5 25 
3 37>4© 5 25 
3 50 @ 5 50 
3 50 @ 5 &2V2 



Green Hams, 

'oose, 
per 100 lbs. 



8 25 
8 25 
8 25 



7 62)6© 8 25 
7 63)4© 8 37)6 

7 87)4© 8 37)4 

8 12)4© 8 75 
8 25 © 8 75 
8 25 © 8 62)4 

© 8 50 
© 8 50 
_ . - @ 8 50 
8 37)4© 8 62)6 
8 50 © 8 75 
8 50 © 8 87)4 
8 75 © 8 87/, 
8 75 © 9 12)6 

8 87)4® 9 63)6 

9 37)4® 9 62)6 
9 37/1® 9 62/, 
9 37)6® 9 62)4 
9 50 © 9 75 

9 50 © 9 75 
9 62)4© 9 87)6 
9 62)4© 9 87)4 
9 62)4© 9 87)4 
9 62)4© 9 87)4 
9 62)4© 9 87)4 
9 62]A® 9 87)4 
9 63)6©10 00 
9 63/2©10 12)6 
9 63)4©10 12)4 
9 H2)^©10 12)4 
9 65 ©10 12)4 
9 63)4©10 12)4 
9 75 ©10 35 
9 75 ©10 25 
9 37)4@10 12U 
9 25 @ 9 87)4 
9 12)6® 9 87/3 
8 50 © 9 75 
8 25 © 8 ST/i 
7 75 ® 8 25 
7 75 ® 8 37)4 

7 87/2© 8 62y2 

8 00 ® 8 62)4 
7 87)6® 8 50 

7 75 © 8 50 
7 75 @ 8 50 
7 87)6® 8 62)4 
7 75 © 8 37)4 
7 37/2© 8 50 

7 87)4® 8 50 

8 00 © 8 50 
8 00 © 8 75 



51 



HOG PRODUCTS. 



commodities for each week during 1905. 



Green 
shoulders, 

loose, 
per 100 lbs. 


Sweet pickled 
hams. 


Dry salted 
shoulders, 

boxed, 
per 100 lbs. 


Short rib 
sides, 


Dry salted 

long clear 

middles. 


Dry salted 

short clear 

middles, 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


boxed, 
per 250 lbs. 


boxed, 
per 100 lbs. 


$5 50 @ 5 63i4 


1 7 62!/s@ 8 50 


1 5 75 @ 6 00 


« 6 12)4® 6 37)6 


S 7 00 


® 7 25 


36 50 @ 6 75 


5 50 @ 5 &2,}ii 


7 63>4® 8 ISH 


5 25 @ 5 50 


6 571^® 6 75 


700 


@ 7 25 


6 50 @ 6 63)6 


5 50 ® 5 GZVa 


8 00 @ 8 63y, 


5 00 @ 5 50 


6 67%® 6 87)^ 


7 00 


@ 7 25 


6 50 ® 6 62)4 


5 50 @ 5 75 


8 00 @ 8 62}/; 


5 00 ® 550 


6 37y2® 6 75 


7 12)6® 7 50 


6 62)6® 6 87)4 


5 62^2® 6 00 


8 50 @ 8 621/2 


5 37H@ 5 50 


6 50 ® 6 75 


7 25 


® 7 50 


6 62^^ 6 87)4 


5 871^® 6 00 


8 50 ® 8 62^2 


5 37)4® 5 50 


6 50 ® 6 75 


7 25 


@ 7 37)4 


6 75 ® 6 87)4 


5 mVi® 6 00 


8 25 ® 8 50 


5 37^2® 5 50 


6 62)6® 6 75 


725 


@ 7 37% 


6 75 @ 6 87)4 


5 87^6® 6 00 


8 25 @ 8 62^ 


5 37)6® 5 50 


6 50 ® 6 75 


7 25 


@ 7 37)6 


6 75 ® 6 87)4 


5 87V4® 6 00 


8 25 @ 8 631/4 


5 37)6® 5 50 


6 55 ® 6 82)4 


7 25 


® 7 37)6 


6 25 @ 6 87)4 


5 87J^® 6 00 


8 371/2® 8 &Wi 


5 50 ® 5 75 


6 63)4® 6 87)^ 


7 25 


@ 7 37)4 


6 75 ® 7 00 


5 8714® 6 13J6 


8 37J6® 8 75 


5 35 @ 5 75 


6 63V4@ 7 00 


7 25 


® 7 63)4 


6 76 ® 7 00 


5 87y,@ 6 12y, 


8 50 @ 8 87>6 


5 62)4® 5 75 


6 75 @ 7 00 


7 50 


@7 75 


7 00 @ 7 12U 


6 00 @ 6 nVi 


8 50 @ 8 87)4 


5 62^2® 5 75 


6 75 ® 7 00 


7 50 


@ 7 75 


6 75 ® 7 00 


6 00 @ 6 25 


8 62)4® 9 00 


5 62)4® 5 75 


6 87)4® 7 25 


7 50 


® 7 75 


6 75 @ 7 12)4 


6 13H@ 7 00 


8 75 ® 9 37)4 


5 62)6® 6 75 


6 87)4® 7 13)4 


750 


@ 8 25 


7 00 ® 7 12)4 


6 75 ® 7 00 


9 12)4® 9 37)4 


5 62)4® 5 75 


6 75 @ 7 00 


8 00 


® 8 25 


6 87)4® 7 12)4 


6 75 @ 7 00 


9 12)4® 9 37)6 


5 621/2® 5 75 


6 62)4® 6 87)6 


8 00 


® 8 25 


6 87J4® 7 00 


6 75 @ 7 00 


9 13)4® 9 37^^ 


5 62)i@ 5 75 


6 87)4® 7 12)4 


8 00 


® 825 


6 87)4® 7 00 


6 50 @ 7 00 


9 25 @ 9 62)4 


5 62)4® 5 75 


7 00 ® 7 15 


8 00 


® 9 nv. 


6 75 ® 7 12)4 


fi 50 ® 6 75 


9 12H® 9 62)4 


5 63)^® 5 75 


7 00 ® 7 15 


900 


@ 9 25 


7 00 @ 7 26 


6 50 @ 6 75 


9 12)6® 9 621^ 


5 62)4® 5 75 


7 00 ® 7 25 


9 00 


@ 9 50 


7 12)4® 7 25 


6 50 ® 6 75 


9 12)4® 9 62)4 


5 62)^® 5 75 


7 00 ® 7 37)4 


9 25 


® 9 50 


7 12)4® 7 37)6 


6 50 ® 6 75 


9 12)4® 9 63)4 


5 631/2® 5 75 


7 25 @ 7 62)6 


925 


® 9 50 


7 12)4® 7 25 


6 50 @ 6 75 


9 12)6® 9 62)4 


5 mm 5 75 


7 25 ® 7 55 


9 25 


® 9 50 


7 12)6® 7 50 


6 50 @ 6 76 


9 13)6® 9 63)4 


5 mm 5 75 


7 40 ® 7 55 


9 25 


® 9 50 


7 25 ® 7 62)4 


6 50 ® 6 75 


9 12)4® 9 62)4 


5 62)4® 5 75 


7 40 ® 7 92)4 


9 25 


® 9 50 


7 50 ® 7 75 


6 50 @ 6 75 


9 25 @10 12)6 


5 75 @ 5 87)^ 


7 55 ® 7 80 


9 25 


@ 9 50 


7 75 ® 7 87)4 


6 25 @ 6 75 


9 25 ®10 12)'^ 


5 75 @ 5 87)4 


7 50 ® 7 90 


9 25 


@ 9 50 


7 75 ® 8 00 


6 50 @ 6 75 


9 25 ®10 50 


5 75 ® 5 87^2 


7 65 @ 7 90 


9 25 


@ 9 50 


7 87)^ 8 00 


6 50 ® 6 75 


9 87)4®10 50 


5 75 @ 5 87/2 


7 75 ® 7 95 


925 


® 9 50 


7 87)4® 8 00 


6 50 @ 7 00 


9 37)6@10 50 


5 75 @ 6 00 


8 00 ® 8 15 


9 25 


@ 9 75 


7 87)6® 8 62)4 


6 75 @ 7 00 


9 50 @10 50 


6 00 ® 625 


8 10 ® 8 60 


9 50 


® 9 75 


8 50 @ 8 87)4 


6 75 @ 7 00 


10 00 @10 75 


6 12)4® 6 25 


8 55 @ 8 80 


9 87)4@10 00 


8 75 ® 9 12)4 


6 75 @ 7 00 


9 87)6@10 62)4 


6 12;4® 6 25 


8 70 @ 9 00 


9 87)4®10 00 


8 87)4® 9 12)4 


6 63!/2@ 7 00 


9 37)i®10 25 


625 ® 6 50 


8 75 ® 8 90 


9 87i4®10 00 


8 87)4® 9 50 


6 50 ® 6 75 


9 37)4®10 00 


6 37)4® 6 50 


8 50 @ 8 65 


9 50 


@10 00 


8 75 @ 9 12)4 


6 25 @ 6 75 


9 13)6® 9 87)4 


6 00 @ 6 50 


8 45 @ 8 60 


9 50 


® 9 75 


8 75 @ 9 00 


6 25 @ 6 50 


9 00 @ 9 62)4 


6 25 @ 6 50 


8 50 @ 8 70 


9 50 


@ 9 75 


8 75 @ 9 00 


6 25 @ 6 50 


9 12)4® 9 50 


6 50 @ 6 75 


8 40 ® 8 60 


9 50 


@ 9 75 


8 75 @ 9 00 


6 25 @ 6 50 


8 13)4® 9 37)4 


6 50 ® 6 75 


8 40 ® 8 60 


9 25 


® 9 50 


7 87)4® 8 00 


6 00 @ 6 50 


8 12)^® 9 25 


6 50 @ 6 75 


8 50 @ 8 87)4 


9 25 


@ 9 50 


7 87)4® 8 25 


6 00 @ 6 .TO 


8 25 ® 9 621/2 


6 50 ® 6 75 


7 60 ® 8 50 


9 35 


® 9 75 


8 00 ® 8 25 


6 00 @ 6 25 


8 25 ® 9 63)6 


6 50 ® 6 75 


7 37)4® 7 65 


9 25 


® 9 75 


8 00 @ 825 


6 25 @ 6 50 


8 37)4® 9 50 


6 50 ® 6 75 


7 121/2® 7 37)6 


9 25 


@ 9 50 


7 12)6® 7 25 


6 25 @ 6 50 


8 25 ® 9 50 


6 50 @ 6 75 


7 12)^® 7 30 


925 


® 9 50 


7 12)6® 7 25 


6 25 @ 6 50 


8 25 @ 9 621/, 


6 37)^® 6 75 


7 00 ® 7 25 


9 25 


® 9 50 


7 00 @7 25 


6 25 @ 6 50 


8 25 ® 9 621/2 


6 37)6® 6 50 


7 00 ® 7 ViVn 


9 25 


® 9 50 


6 87)4® 7 12)4 


6 12H@ 6 25 


8 12)6® 9 50 


6 37)4® 6 50 


7 00 ® 7 121/j 


8 75 


® 9 50 


6 87)4® 7 00 


6 12%@ 6 25 


8 12y2@ 9 62)^2 


6 25 @ 6 37)6 


6 87^® 7 12J^ 


9 25 


@ 9 50 


7 12)^® 7 25 


6 12^® 6 25 


8 00 @'9 50 


6 25 @ 6 371/2 


6 87)4® 7 00 


9 25 


@ 9 50 


7 12)4® 7 25 


6 12)6® 6 25 


8 00 @ 9 371/2 


6 25 @ 6 371/2 


6 87)4® 7 15 


8 75 


® 9 50 


7 12)4® 7 25 


6 12)6® 6 37'/^ 


8 00 ® 9 371/2 


6 25 ® 6 37)^. 


7 00 @ 7 20 


8 75 


@ 9 00 


7 30 @ 7 45 

• 



62 



PORK PACKING IN THE 

The following exhibits the nrmiber of hogs packed in the Mississippi 











(Taken from the Cincinnati 


Places Where Packed. 


1904-5. 


1903-4. 


1902-3. 


1901-2. 


1900-01. 


1899-00. 


Illinois. 
Ohicaeo 


2,812.588 
30.080 
41,217 
37,350 
14,000 


2,925,960 
30,029 
39,445 
35.093 
11,000 


2.952,193 

21,886 

9,366 

29,837 

12,000 


3,433,905 

35,000 

8,641 

43,899 

11,500 


2,970.095 
37.639 

9.643 
45.579 

9.780 


2,869,580 


Quincy 


35,600 


Peoria 


9,128 


Bloomington 

Other points 


46,236 
14,500 


Totals 


2.935,235 


3,041,527 


3,025,282 


3,532,945 


3,073.736 


2,974.044 






Missouri. 
E!ansas Oit v 


1,231,408 

761,982 

693,119 

3,123 


861,674 

627,550 

554,524 

2,531 


743,854 

503.823 

552,933 

2,018 


1,271,686 

642,030 

806,813 

2,694 


1,178.320 

667.000 

604.647 

2,928 


959,934 


St. Louis 


613,653 
481.733 


St. Joseph 


Other noints 


3,088 






Totals 


2,688,632 


2,046,279 


1,802,628 


2,723,223 


2,452,895 


2,058.408 






Iowa. 
Cedar Rapids 

Sioux City 


231,223 
51,557 
346,443 
110,000 
264,240 

18,456 

"' 10,823 


244,400 
56,000 
195,843 
108,000 
239,772 

16,500 


167,348 
43,924 

225.000 
48,500 

192,367 

"l'5',5c6 
3^366 


200,455 
43,886 

372,703 
30,000 

249,530 

"'l9',666 
■■■3,166 


193.598 

58,301 

261,835 

' 25^4",623 

i7',m 
■■■3,366 


164.092 

50,323 

215.000 






Ottumwa 


256,411 






Davenport 

Clinton 


16,000 
43,600 


Other iMJints 


3,080 






Totals 


1,032,736 


860,515 


689,999 


918,674 


789.057 


748.506 






Ohio. 
Cincinnati 


268,269 
280,773 

5,000 
41.307 

5,054 


247,947 
264,485 

3,694 
37.115 

4,339 


220,617 
202,018 

3,169 
29.370 

3,270 


232,882 
168.733 

2,775 
30,000 

7,000 


244.933 
163.600 

3,200 
35.000 

6,000 


270,460 


Cleveland 

Toledo 


184,404 
2.700 


Dayton 


34,000 


Other points 


8.500 






Totals 


600,403 


557,580 


458,444 


441,390 


452,732 


500,064 






Indiana. 


516,230 

9.000 

14,500 

4,339 

7,650 


479.380 

8,000 

13,000 

3,811 


359,454 

11,000 

6.000 


476,568 

12,000 

9,000 

6,000 


434,250 

7.000 

3,300 

10.564 


410,709 


Fort Wayne 


6,500 




6.500 


IiOgansi)ort 

Ot ler points 


8.000 






Totals 


551,719 


504,191 


376,454 


503,568 


455.014 


431.709 






Milwaukee ... 


157.192 

23t,23i 

8,000 

28,000 


131,886 

291,148 

6,000 

30,000 


66.678 

228,729 

4.000 

23,565 


87,949 

234,220 

4,300 

27,989 


141,208 

255,090 

5.000 

24.297 


128,589 


Cudahy 

La Orosse 


210,437 
8.000 


Other Doints 


23.432 






Totals 


430,425 


459,034 


322.972 


354,458 


425.595 


369,448 


Nebraska. 
South Omaha 


738,131 
117,523 


746.596 
115,742 


777,941 
77,333 


938.787 
51,741 


786,156 


729,073 


Nebraska Citv 


101,115 


Lincoln 

Other points 




Totals 


855,654 


862,338 


855,274 


990,528 


786,156 


830.188 


Kentucky. 


184.446 


126,251 


143,815 


150,000 


143,982 


132,279 


Other Doints 








Totals 


184,446 


126,251 


143.815 


150,000 


143,98 


132.279 



53 
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, 

Valley during the past six regular packing seasons, November 1 to March 1. 
Price Current.) 



Places Where Packed. 


1904 5. 


1903-4. 


1903-3. 


1901-2. 


1900-01. 


1899-00. 


Michigan. 

Detroit 

Other points 


131,390 


138,483 


112,610 


96,069 


83,235 


118.000 
2.529 


Totals 


131,390 


128,482 


112,610 


96,069 


83,235 


120.529 


Minnesota. 

St. Paul 

Other points 


403,125 
60,200 


406.368 
40.400 


359,537 
22,958 


320.393 
19.173 


2^.626 
13,751 


179.093^ 
11,890 






Totals .... 


463,335 


446,768 


382,495 


339,565 


266,377 


190,983 






Kansas. 

Topeka 

Wichita 


39,766 
126,858 


30,673 

137,585 

2,576 


27,200 
85,854 


43,859 
46,507 


39.939 

55.044 

8,000 


28,108 
59,314 


Other points 


12.500 






Totals 


166,624 


160,834 


113,054 


89,366 


102.973 


99.923 


Tennessee. 
Nashville 


i5;250 


"is, 800 


"26;625 


9^666 


16,500 
11,740 


45.800 


Other points 


7,450 






Totals 


15,250 


13,800 


26,025 


9,000 


28,240 


53,250 






Texas. 
Dallas 


11,157 
131,479 

4,875 


11,810 
75,619 


8,310 
2.344 


13,971 

33,881 

9,558 


19,758 
55,000 
30,000 


22.325 


Port Worth 


31,223 


Sherman 








Totals 


147,511 


87,429 


10,554 


56,410 


104,758 


53,548 






Miscellaneous. 
Pittsburgh, Pa 


•142,000 

65,000 

t46,153 


•101,000 

68,000 

+35,000 


*73,000 

32,000 

+34,000 


•75,000 

35.000 

+35,000 


•82.000 
42.000 


•73.000 


Denver, Ool 

Other points 


40,000 






Totals 


253,153 


204,000 


139,000 


135,000 


124.000 


113.000 







RECAPITULATION. 



States Where Packed. 



Illinois 

Missouri 

Iowa 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Wisconsin 

Nebraska 

Kentucky 

Michigan . . . . 
Minnesota . . . . 

Kansas 

Tennessee. . . . 

Texas 

Pennsylvania 
Other points.. 

Totals ... 



1904-5. 



935,235 

688,632 
032,736 
600,403 
551,719 
430,425 
855,654 
184,446 
131,390 
463,325 
166,624 
15,250 
147,511 
142,000 
111,153 



10,456,503 



1903-4. 



3,041,527 

2,046,279 

860,515 

557,580 

504,191 

459,034 

863,338 

136,251 

138,482 

446,768 

160,834 

13,800 

87.429 

101.000 

103,000 



9,499.038 



1903-3. 



3,025,282 

1,802,628 

689,999 

458.444 

376,454 

322,972 

855,274 

143,815 

112,610 

382.495 

113,054 

26,025 

10,554 

73,000 

66,000 



8,458,606 



1901-2. 



3,5K,945 

2,723,233 

918,674 

441,390 

503,568 

334,458 

990,528 

150,000 

96,069 

339,565 

89,366 

9,000 

56,410 

75,000 

60,000 



10,340,196 



1900-fll 



3,072,736 
2,452.896 
789,057 
453,732 
455,014 
425,595 
786.156 
143.982 

83.235 
256.377 
102.973 

28.340 
104.758 

82,000 

42,000 



9.377.750 



1899-00. 



2.974.044 

2,058,408 

748,506 

500,064 

431,709 

369.448 

830,188 

132.279 

120.529 

190.983 

99,923 

53.250 

53,548 

73.000 

40,000 



8,675.878 



Note.— The total number of hogrs packed in the West during the winter season of 1904-1905 
was 10,456,503, and the cost of hogs for that season $4.67. 

The total number of hogs packed in the West during the summer season, from March 1st 
to November 1st, 1904, was 13,461,920, as against 12,876,658 for the corresponding time in 1903. 

The average weight per live hog of the packing during the winter season of 1904-1905 
was 321.73 lbs., and the total pounds of hogs for that season 2,318,630,000. 

•Includes Allegheny. +Wheeling. West Va. ^Wheeling, West Va., and Oklahoma City, O. T. 



64 



STOCKS OF PROVI 

As reported to the Registrar of Provisions from 



Mess pork, 


Mess pork. 




new. 


old. 


Mess pork, 


Brls. 


Brls. 




h 14.9T4 


a 11.300 




28.891 


7.053 




56,568 


5,085 




61.608 


1,891 




62,114 


1,308 




62,083 


986 




60,818 


901 




51,103 


1,147 




45,931 


125 




c 2.151 


b 33,975 


10.593 


28,667 




29,045 


25,039 




50,788 


18.919 




50,983 


15,438 




50.844 


10,540 




50,976 


6,183 




51,193 


2,760 




47,680 


379 




42,401 


157 




36,480 


80 




34,376 


38 




d 241 


c 24,183 


2,331 


14,278 




19,197 


9,958 




27,501 


6,320 




26,438 


1,720 




24,492 


45 




19.213 


45 




19,061 


14 




24,951 







28,459 






24.044 


.... 




17,631 


... 




6 9 


d 5,872 


11,142 


2,474 




16.4^6 


381 




19,711 


2 




38,969 


2 




50,702 






52,857 






52,752 






49,537 






49,845 


.... 




47,306 






40,296 






t 


e 31,904 


1,953 


27,885 




16,379 


22,418 




26,841 


19,618 




31,568 


16,946 




36,005 


12.796 




41,995 


10.547 




38,981 


7.889 




38,335 


5,939 




36,723 


3,601 




33.261 


154 




32,719 


.... 




a 19 


/ 30,829 


338 


27,191 




8,233 


22,020 





Pork, 

Other 

kinds. 

Brls. 



P. S. lard t 

contract. 

Tcs. 



Other 
kinds 

lard. 

Tcs. 



January 31. 1901.. . 
February 28. 1901.. 

March 31. 1901 

April 30. 1901 

May 31, 1901 

.Tune 30, 1901 

July 31, 1901 

August 81, 1901 

September 30, 1901. 

October 31, 1901.... 
November 30. 1901. 
December 31. 1901 . 
January 31, 1902... 
February 28,1902.. 

March 31, 1903 

April 30, 1902 

May 31, 1903 

June 30,1903 

July 31, 1903 

August 31, 1902 ... 
September 30, 1903. 

October 31, 1902.... 
November 30, 1902. 
December 31, 1902 . 
January 31. 1903... 
February 28, 1903.. 
March 81, 1903 .... 

April 30, 1903 

May 31. 1903 

June 30,1903 

July 31,1903 

August 31. 1903.... 
September 30, 1903. 

October 31, 1903 . . . 
November 30,1903. 
December 31, 1903. 
January 31, 1904 . . . 
February 29, 1904.. 

March 31, 1904 

April 30, 1904 

May 31, 1904 

June 30, 1904 

July 31, 1904 

August 31, 1904 . . . . 
September 30, 1904 

October 31, 1904.... 
November 30, 1904. 
December 31. 1904. 
Jatfuary 31, 1905... 
February 28, 1905.. 

March 31, 1905 

April 30, 1905 

May 31, 1905 

June 30,1905 

July 31, 1905 

August 31, 1905.... 
September 30, 1905 

October 31, 1905... 
November 30, 1905. 
December 31, 1905. 



27,391 
38,630 
30,967 
32,749 
29,641 
34,723 
34.681 
31,509 
18,238 

18,281 
24,193 
a5,660 
42,623 
43,012 
35,789 
23,949 
28,074 
30,064 
22,330 
20,089 
13,351 

9,738 
20,111 
27,804 
25,749 
36,111 
33,399 
37,736 
41,885 
36,549 
35,4215 
28,951 
19,208 

17,107 
23,310 
39.357 
32,778 
31,302 
30,672 
25.995 
25,168 
27,774 
22.520 
16.267 
11,664 

12,664 
20,416 
31,568 
34,771 
35.368 
36,932 
33,106 
33,548 
35.501 
36,961 
23,042 
20,698 

16.231 

18.472 
25.068 



36,961 
44.272 
29.399 
32,214 
25,388 
47,193 
51,166 
47,495 
27,759 

26,193 
21,438 
45,836 
62,851 
58,361 
55,574 
43,378 
45,331 
46,070 
46,539 
45,760 
34,900 

9,567 

9,547 

13,468 

17,763 

12,293 

9,808 

19,720 

23,949 

45,618 

75,554 

96,024 

110,938 

44,409 

19,920 

10,336 

16,760 

58,324 

78,137 

75,413 

96,290 

124,284 

137.860 

136.834 

71,853 

28,316 

19,409 

46,596 

64,137 

86,397 

102,977 

118.234 

140,892 

162,733 

177,152 

158,225 

92,407 

53,404 

18,136 

6,987 



7.270 
8,283 
6,236 
8.369 
7,339 
8,498 
11,076 
8,145 
4,487 

5.091 
4,981 
6,953 

10,278 

13,567 

11.388 

4,614 

9,446 

14,764 

11.488 

7,952 

7,885 

4,803 

9,698 

8,413 

13,351 

13.012 

12,600 

9,456 

10,611 

11,643 

9,593 

10,473 

8,081 

4,181 

8.083 

9,633 

15,235 

21,419 

18.209 

20,594 

18,472 

27,008 

33,951 

14,000 

6,377 

8,413 
10,233 
19,350 
22.447 
251594 
19,575 
19,566 
21.210 
31,283 
21,063 
33,938 
20,443 

13,384 

14,756 

6,599 



55 



SIGNS IN CHICAGO. 

January SI, 1901, to December 31, 1905, inclitsive. 



Short rib 

middles. 

Lbs. 


Short clear 

middles. 

Lbs. 


Extra 

short clear 

middles. 

Lbs. 


Long clear 

middles. 

Lbs. 


Shoulders, 

dry salted. 

Lbs. 


Shoulders, 

sweet 

pickled. 

Lbs. 


Hams, 

sweet 

pickled. 

Lbs. 


Bellies, 

dry salt' d. 

Lbs. 


16,983,573 


3,919,763 


3,078,713 


686,735 


619,929 


1,963,336 


35,544,692 


11.871,765 


18,535,879 


1,825,431 


4,309,195 


818,700 


883,388 


3.527,113 


40,652,883 


13,343,793 


14,413,328 


1,721,661 


2,731,530 


317,537 


779,418 


1.935.524 


40,106,276 


12,870,027 


15,403,160 


1,335.525 


1,530,180 


379,739 


707,479 


1,920,993 


39,236,078 


12,260,567 


20,788,086 


1.357,760 


1,656,943 


197,947 


963,071 


2.491,514 


37,583,664 


12,465.254 


22,300.213 


1,322,184 


3.489,884 


335,239 


857,885 


2,863,115 


34,338,743 


12,129,472 


19,178,730 


912,943 


1,843,824 


306,211 


915.069 


2,484,780 


28,784,376 


10,334,968 


21,380,355 


489,880 


2.285,461 


99,955 


937,826 


2,142,263 


38.575,339 


11,000,473 


15,149,498 


434,349 


2,859,673 


355,U6 


624,877 


674,745 


22,544,044 


9,-550,405 


8,005,882 


436,690 


2,377,569 


300,833 


499.659 


1.073.000 


22,161,454 


10,392.807 


10,458,378 


3,447,717 


1,191,280 


218,765 


1,704,417 


2.384,653 


27,193,301 


11,152.083 


21,430.319 


1,563,430 


638,834 


203,511 


1,608,083 


4.338,995 


37.838.585 


12,008,689 


23,762,310 


1,314,180 


1,391,283 


83,758 


1,328,337 


3,892,107 


44,668,964 


12.604,391 


28,384,581 


1,449,248 


2,725,854 


356,192 


1,265,789 


4,018,017 


50,126,246 


13,566,309 


24,552,210 


1,097,450 


3.119.716 


503,803 


1,054,010 


3,216,515 


49,145,110 


14,1^,178 


19,490,022 


449,569 


3,353.939 


416,611 


673,965 


3,270,105 


43,116,757 


11,773,501 


15,497,151 


267,757 


4,264,269 


489,092 


569,599 


1,967.450 


37,284.741 


11,635,359 


22,861,859 


127,203 


4.377.404 


236,097 


644.568 


1,838,157 


33,718.685 


9,848.727 


21,847,908 


13,690 


4,771,207 


214,066 


484,402 


1,067,911 


28,377.379 


6,379,402 


17,705,833 


118,334 


4,964.573 


387,697 


298,613 


546.410 


21,113,129 


5,207,352 


11,038.088 


279,836 


1,957,352 


200,194 


323,323 


372,041 


14,907,386 


5.630,169 


2,629,108 


441,905 


1,550,635 


80,496 


510,468 


561,656 


13,507,559 


5,870,748 


3,251,770 


1,701,751 


1,135,573 


206,150 


980.849 


1.197,337 


18.234,138 


6,079.836 


7,479,775 


1,116,860 


1,936,798 


75,030 


1,357,916 


2,288,903 


26,798,370 


10,002,493 


9,175,067 


601,538 


3,076,056 


86,656 


1,264,465 


2,223.069 


32.227.404 


13,638,004 


11,425.005 


560,600 


4,368,030 


30,018 


889,040 


1,751,651 


38,888.932 


15,090.860 


9,320,096 


429,609 


5,744,356 


50,800 


627.035 


867,511 


36.270,071 


13,726.179 


8,864,807 


340,010 


5.334,136 


19,100 


596,004 


64-3,787 


34,754,947 


13.245,732 


14,657.504 


435,483 


4,474,384 


130,790 


786,325 


1,123,691 


30,643,503 


11,706,020 


24,857,062 


333,639 


3,793,654 


130.981 


866,029 


1,751,051 


26.483,945 


11,335.148 


30.385,064 


285.646 


3.779,343 


135.005 


860,151 


2.274,696 


23.835.193 


9.368.452 


32,410,708 


575,641 


3,279,721 


177,683 


928,077 


1,585,494 


19.781,778 


8.734,388 


28,087,084 


932,183 


3,837,516 


208,931 


659,534 


1,087,651 


14,153,470 


7,521,964 


28,296,963 


530,159 


4,000,842 


68.689 


461,839 


669,676 


13,194,924 


11,356,838 


20,867,071 


2.592,885 


3,176,234 


33,341 


686,850 


875,793 


14,438,297 


9,252.652 


29,481,051 


1,766,887 


6,933,692 


93,094 


710,701 


1,956,611 


23.709,752 


13.017,294 


26,598,271 


1,567,686 


8,383,705 


131,715 


738,976 


1,647,365 


31,366,363 


15,280,221 


28.661,403 


1.766,686 


8,707,589 


153,045 


870,999 


1.842,459 


40.304.685 


16,157,058 


27,054,295 


.579.181 


8,627,938 


64,831 


720.464 


1,749.686 


44.269,368 


17,626,118 


23.268.715 


468,194 


8,115,495 


30,^7 


630,888 


1,709,720 


43,896,876 


15.978.957 


18,965,338 


473,323 


7,487,376 


98.393 


458,791 


1,335,706 


41,607.830 


15,019,178 


21.988,340 


467,504 


6,066,303 


73,819 


538,101 


1,269,433 


37.858,070 


14,295,069 


23,364,865 


421,460 


7,100,813 


63.771 


340,425 


984,962 


32,998.762 


13,035,201 


21,714,678 


134,805 


3.089,665 


76,793 


227,299 


1,134,473 


29.526,622 


13,198.703 


14,708,777 


363,673 


3,195,906 


73,000 


367,838 


781,465 


34,284,311 


12,104,066 


7,339,931 


215,703 


3.023,896 


39,856 


438,805 


414,116 


18,962,782 


10,731,167 


3,930,101 


1,191.303 


2,585,690 


37,193 


436,304 


993.622 


19,541,785 


8.396.325 


13,799,885 


1,930,269 


3,831,753 


117,954 


633,074 


1,674.873 


38.776.893 


10.367,269 


19,916,880 


1.990,536 


5,778,343 


141,772 


755,108 


1,833.438 


37,136,010 


13.133,735 


23,967,030 


2,050,383 


7,111.646 


133,147 


745,287 


1,579,346 


^,339,639 


16,419,552 


33,370,394 


5,038,323 


5,515.559 


115,147 


571,789 


1,153.585 


45,594.125 


18,019,491 


19.876,286 


1,905,893 


7,879,958 


48,349 


457,456 


631,580 


41,500,477 


17,946,996 


18,381,198 


1,141,902 


6,650,896 


110,090 


660,116 


677,967 


37,962,489 


18,019,013 


30,048,713 


445,907 


6,474,324 


91,878 


1.003,896 


1,171,698 


34,437,167 


17,960,230 


17,481,660 


281,640 


4.983.059 


33,791 


403,011 


986,311 


26,157,543 


13,893.487 


16,640.938 


314,054 


3.237.337 


30,624 


447,042 


931,329 


19.139.365 


8,727,770 


16.365,735 


119,539 


3,030,201 





184,768 


638,549 


16.918,049 


8,565.236 


13,495,770 


289.064 


1,671,669 




141.473 


481.900 


16.568,274 


10,214,098 


8.941,703 


1,167,078 


1,851,947 


122438 


380,386 


906,399 


21,388,363 


12,427,344 


8,517,132 


365,757 


3,399.000 


33,547 


405,W 


1,431,714 


28,374.850 


18,232,054 



a Of season of 1899-1900. 
b Of season of 1900-1901. 



t" Old "lard Included, 
c Of season of 1901-19(B, 
d Of season of 1902-1903. 



e Of season of 1903-1904. 
/ Of season of 1904-1906. 
g Of season of 1905-1906. 



56 



STOCKS OF PROVISIONS IN CHICAGO— Continued. 

As reported to the Registrar of Provisions from January 31, 1901, to 
December 31, 1905, inclmive. 





Bellies, 

sweet 

pickled. 

Lbs. 


California 

orpicnic 

Hams, 

sweet 

pickled. 

Lbs. 


January 31, 1901 

February 28, 1901 

March 31, 1901 


6,761,668 

9,511,496 

10.824,759 

18,036,861 

13,172,094 

13,415,754 

11,308,496 

10.344.370 

6.767,411 

4,346,280 

5,472.559 

9.030,358 

12.114,984 

13,607,210 

13,944,132 

13,533,841 

11,637.374 

10.169,519 

7,484,869 

4,204,315 

3.363,460 

3,387,666 

3.528.186 

5,737,233 

8,205,392 
10,502.029 
10,381,320 
9,651,646 
8,703,796 
8,268.652 
6,710,596 
4,349.419 
1,294,238 
1,105,365 
2,643,479 
5,613,249 

8,114,444 

10,133,613 

10.935.432 

11,371.517 

11,387,867 

11,307.961 

10,560,851 

7.687,799 

5.561,869 

3,280,433 

3,498,006 

6,310,429 

8,332,865 

10,477.742 

11,011,626 

10.863,498 

10,636,779 

10,963,512 

8.358,730 

5.464,877 

2.902,718 

2,470,726 

4,015,527 

6.748,011 


12.749.359 

13,591,573 

11.8a5,968 

10,174,993 

9.530,768 

8,159,068 

6.437,126 

7.735,405 

6.979,224 

6.766.519 

8.104.567 

10,764,195 

11.168,674 
13,278,614 
11.897,877 
9,957,196 
7,783,694 
7,254.877 
7,745,961 
6,518,803 
4.957,780 
3,299.668 
4,413,452 
7,444,974 

9,312,846 

10,396.393 

11,203,836 

10,777,286 

9,401,370 

8,346,385 

7,533,063 

7,333.389 

5.518,835 

3,180,389 

3,935.905 

6.908,430 

6,067,528 
7,631,899 
7,846,200 
6,378,418 
6,535,519 

♦9,996,382 
8.312,261 
6,364,946 
6,510,118 
5.188,117 
5,981,702 

11,134,705 

13,492,395 

15.680.264 

15,744.693 

13,117.806 

11,175,488 

10,252,953 

8,945,197 

7,087,069 

5.330.573 

3,303,928 

4,253,939 

7,575,168 


April 30, 1901 


May 31, 1901 


June 30, 1901 


July 31, 1901 


August 31, 1901 

September 30. 1901 

October 31, 1901 

November 30, 1901 

December 31, 1901 

January 31, 1902 

February 28, 1902 

March 31, 1902 


April 30, 1902 


May 31, 1903 


June 30, 1902 


July 31, 1902 


August 31, 1902 

September 30, 1903 

October 31, 1902 

November 30, 1902 

December 31, 1902 

January 31. 1903 

February 28, 1903 

March 31, 1903 


April 30, 1903 

May 31, 1903 


June 30, 1903 


July3].1903 

August 31, 1903 

September 30, 1903 

October 31,1903 

November 30, 1903 

December 31. 1903 

January 31, 1904 

February 28, 1904 

March 31, 1904 

April 30, 1904 


May 31,1904 


June 30, 1904 


July 31, 1904 


August 31, 1904 

September 30, 1904 .... 

October 31, 1904 

November 30. 1904 

December 31, 1904 

January 31,1905 

February 38, 1905 

March 31, 1905 


April 30, 1905 


May 31, 1905 


June 30, 1905 


July 31, 1905 

August 31, 1905 

September 30, 1905 

October 31, 1906 

November 30, 1905 

December 31, 1905 



Boston 

Shoulders, 

sweet 

pickled. 

Lbs. 



1,156.876 
1,453,385 
1,453,204 
2,364,759 
2,200,198 
2,649,457 
2,308.294 
1.892,766 
1,131,645 
1,558,344 
1,891,816 
1,953,838 

3,108,843 
4.356,244 
4,088.570 
3,093,597 
2.466,525 
1.773,723 
2,085.563 
1.947,906 
691.742 
909,576 
1,571,899 
2,455,430 

2,850.117 
3.044,384 
2,799,300 
3,504,929 
2,173,665 
2,403,757 
3,433,5.54 
3,072,063 
3,390,272 
3,102,851 
1,313,084 
1,187.330 

733,843 
1,307,399 
3,013.885 
1,914,116 
3,077,131 



Skinned 
Hams, 
sweet 

pickled. 
Lbs. 



22,514,583 

33,891,049 

21,444,339 

18,958,965 

14,817,047 

13,322,199 

8.749,750 

8,523,836 

9.147,833 

13,653,521 

16,749,682 

19,136,146 

18,458,165 

17,874,871 

16,476,306 

15,649,058 

13,845,610 

11,184,169 

10,226.768 

9,728,021 

10,901,487 

9,879,945 

9.925,085 

12,131,474 

11,415,763 

9,675,016 

8,498,622 

8,438,799 

7,988,569 

6,579,151 

7,417,696 

8.545,824 

9,011,048 

11,459,853 

11,071,132 

16,065,234 

15,588,538 

16,171,239 

15.360,648 

14,843,987 

14,145,676 

10,877,965 

8,794.253 

5,492,197 

4,725,759 

6,485,544 

9,958.608 

18,938.050 

17,680,468 
20,680.309 
21,123,037 
19,975.594 
18,617,231 
17,185,333 
14.462,495 
13,616,644 
10,782,054 
8,947.283 
10,114,522 
12,728,557 



Other 

kinds 

meats. 

Lbs. 



13,456,742 
14,670,512 
13,392,541 
12,506,489 
14,871,377 
16,675,648 
17,316,871 
15.810,360 
8.512.372 
6,736.942 
11,190,694 
13,146,053 

13,970,381 

12,711,479 

11,615,501 

9,597.591 

11.335,363 

12,852,705 

11..570,613 

8,489,449 

7,030,770 

4.910.776 

6.643,478 

9.893,179 

10,901,035 

11,369,855 

9,584,735 

8,306,956 

10,230,769 

12,359,110 

14,714,112 

13,629,190 

8,806,798 

6..587.265 

5,709,008 

11,960,654 

10,083,231 
9,985,641 
8,710,277 
8,109,956 
9,091,242 
8,207,859 
7,329,306 
7,815,205 
6,293,959 
6,634,178 
6,466,537 

13,237,475 

14.483,067 

12,977,585 

11,474.427 

9,708.415 

11,466.271 

13,669,016 

12,675,391 

8,512,968 

6.468,717 

6,489,336 

6.406,810 

9,464,591 



Extra 

short 

rib 

middles. 

Lbs. 



3.403,843 
3,727,515 
4,581,514 
5,003,768 
6,364.217 
6,649,145 
4,372,780 
3.513,780 
2,384,264 
2,507.624 
2,321,134 
5,077,565 

1,563,033 
2,992,430 
4,213,102 
4.237,086 
3,865,923 
4,185,303 
4,636,147 
4,544,261 
4.057,398 
1,359,354 
1,540,968 
2,370,736 

1.809,511 
1,609,107 
3,514,950 
6,518,611 
9,183,938 
9,831,835 
8.513,549 
8,363,704 
4,488,4.55 
3,903,795 
3,375,742 
5,061,649 

5,343,343 

6,323,654 

6,865,386 

8,397,233 

12,407,545 

13,065,197 

10,103,510 

11,843,711 

6,843,137 

3,266.745 

3,416,698 

3,943,366 

5,093.834 

7,535,345 

8,831,811 

10.469.849 

11,811,591 

13,286,717 

12,047.228 

10,079.137 

5.950,498 

3,619,571 

2,379,191 

3,440,217 



*"S. P. Boston shoulder" included. 



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- 




Pork, 






Lard. 






Brls. 


Tcs. 


Brls, 


Cases. 


cS 


Other 
pkgs. 


Gross 
Weight. 


January 


7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

4 
11 
18 
26 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 

15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 


2,454 
3,096 
3,073 
3,256 
3,473 
1,964 
2,573 
2,879 
2,875 
3,174 
2,375 
2,237 
2,065 
2,511 
2.131 
1,076 
1,937 
2.151 
2,343 
2,184 
2,680 
3.016 
3,483 
3.003 
2,003 
2,010 
3,930 
2,859 
3.729 
2,494 
3.025 
3,746 
2.545 
2,080 
3,035 
3,530 
2,763 
2,652 
3,8.38 
2,499 
3,014 
4,505 
3,483 
3.702 
4,149 
2,727 
3,450 
2,772 
2.174 
1,895 
2,18S 
2.104 


6,641 

6,081 

4.584 

6,110 

5.941 

6,383 

5,472 

3,745 

6,691 

8,290 

5,767 

7,456 

3,858 

5,275 

4,653 

5,834 

2.235 

4,757 

4,395 

5.379 

4,696 

5,693 

4,616 

8,626 

6,573 

3,993 

2,990 

6,190 

6,691 

6,529 

7,539 

11,078 

5.400 

6.250 

7,617 

8,269 

11,678 

10,222 

19,180 

12.948 

13,326 

5.994 

7.567 

11,200 

11.253 

15,840 

8,936 

7,&36 

14,8.37 

11,296 

8.715 

8,901 


431 

1,203 

5,778 

5,132 

468 

1,645 

319 

592 

84 

559 

959 

267 

1,350 

1,423 

605 

399 

143 

611 

434 

850 

545 

1,383 

2,429 

1,415 

5,237 

459 

344 

3,463 

6.007 

1,576 

1,757 

2,344 

1,070 

1,888 

3,866 

3,936 

4,848 

2,569 

4,637 

8,299 

5,068 

3,490 

3,609 

8,138 

6.563 

3.265 

3,617 

4,123 

6.098 

6,264 

8.053 

4,155 


5,583 

8,061 

15,974 

11,615 

.5,360 

7,286 

11,507 

13,013 

11,727 

7,966 

7,144 

12,093 

4,884 

6,877 

7,966 

8,862 

5,242 

6,680 

7,756 

6,067 

10,104 

9,937 

8.104 

9,288 

11,043 

8,844 

9,291 

7,944 

13,736 

11,312 

11.918 

10,571 

16,003 

12,674 

14,810 

8,260 

16.616 

18,396 

16,841 

17,814 

16.421 

21,266 

24,453 

28.190 

16,888 

15,127 

14,855 

9,622 

12.947 

11,745 

17.753 

16.375 


50,461 
61,925 

67,297 
57,270 
81,924 
58,256 
56,645 
47,471 
64,099 
57,.513 
57,851 
45,995 
47,354 
57,207 
51,443 
38.883 
44,097 
48.248 
39,818 
36,288 
44,462 
38,797 
30.779 
38,745 
45,684 
26,169 
35,989 
42.828 
41.717 
61,852 
64,428 
65,030 
45,892 
80,962 
35,887 
36,125 
82,451 
54,635 
59,447 
44,8.52 
63.96? 
52,060 
67.979 
75,622 
73,891 
52.668 
84.952 
62,.521 
68.662 
67.318 
56,8S5 
38,811 


5,446,279 




6,296,457 




7,890,553 




7,330,036 


February 


7,759,525 




6,705,503 




6,646.483 




5,016,808 


March .'.'"'. 


6,711,244 




6,513,786 




6,205,582 




7,026,710 


April 


4,834,172 




5,777,124 




5,386.278 




5.433,863 


May .....[. y...... 


3,625,677 
5,210,423 




4,998,101 




5.127,137 
6,343,329 


June 


6,078,450 




5,287,851 




7,043,632 




7,348,956 


July 


4,259,920 




4,339,606 




6,741,050 




7,400,194 


August 


7,986,239 
7.321,334 




9,576,036 




5,957,271 




7,293,779 


September 


8.308,432 




7,422,191 




9,763,950 




9,833,409 




14,237,>567 




10,869,205 




12,328,490 




8,570.323 




9.414,441 
11,666,514 
11,959.281 




13,908,762 




10,505,970 




10,371,028 




12,878,056 
11,592,367 




10,929.531 




9,150,932 






Totals 


144,909 


391,526 


143,757 


620,811 


.... 


2,812,112 


405,629,825 


1 



69 



PRODUCTS. 

shipments from Chicago during 1905. 



Hams. 






Middles. 






Boxes. 


Tcs. 


Brls. 


Other 
Pkgs. 


Loose 
Pieces. 


Gross 
weight. 


Boxes. 


Tcs. 


Brls. 


Other 
Pkgs. 


Loose 
Pieces. 


Gross 
weight. 


4.815 


731 


663 


1,593 


53.263 


2,140,073 


3,787 




92 


12,422 


75,842 


5,687,790 


3.670 


388 


458 


8,318 


82,897 


2,541,077 


2,557 


'iio 


198 


24,943 


69.625 


5,871,388 


7.973 


663 


876 


447 


89,477 


3,026,941 


3,488 


12 


328 


22,936 


91,958 


6.390,661 


1,534 


317 


819 


1,484 


149,247 


2,764,004 


3,153 


2 


210 


11,663 


94,088 


6,818,320 


2,411 


574 


1,356 


3,778 


108,025 


3,249,240 


8,309 


80 


134 


17,099 


85,154 


7,356,691 


5,634 


494 


1,034 


1,489 


137,047 


3,295.538 


3,060 


131 


257 


15,367 


71,681 


5,933,622 


2,023 


914 


8i8 


2,956 


75,952 


3,008.054 


1,798 


70 


414 


12,309 


86,521 


5,427,780 


8,904 


382 


621 


1.311 


67,127 


2,612,132 


2,939 


22 


153 


18,567 


93,651 


7.096,655 


2,940 


868 


703 


3,503 


97,428 


3,340,197 


3,209 


140 


245 


12,822 


114.302 


7.264,980 


1,771 


768 


1,169 


5,463 


96,539 


3,192,774 


2,851 


165 


243 


12,669 


112,0::{7 


6,598,228 


1,749 


888 


1,175 


4,609 


75,667 


8,103,394 


3,067 


4 


65 


12,223 


135,634 


8,0.53,217 


855 


621 


525 


3,541 


81,826 


2,503,754 


2,579 


99 


190 


23,165 


99,569 


7.448,473 


2,020 


744 


821 


3,185 


76,939 


3,191,759 


2,155 


14 


332 


19.381 


119,103 


7.176.784 


1,832 


3,050 


938 


1,263 


102,326 


3,188,253 


1,714 


80 


193 


27,690 


83.832 


6.349,535 


2,247 


738 


1,099 


2,594 


158,743 


3,972,897 


2,942 


126 


205 


17,894 


113,538 


7.612,316 


2,731 


419 


1,282 


1,447 


108,222 


3,792,406 


2,312 


234 


202 


16,524 


102,604 


6,203,240 


2,725 


364 


1,569 


7,466 


68,823 


3,868,403 


2,511 


16 


170 


16,556 


111.511 


6.2.50,658 


1,514 


929 


954 


9,932 


78,493 


2,954,453 


3.510 


45 


51 


19,450 


98.767 


6,698,082 


2,865 


722 


1.087 


2,075 


85,018 


3,484,843 


3,034 


108 


294 


13,532 


104,015 


6.253,595 


3,361 


1,269 


1,285 


1,744 


118,234 


4,690,124 


3.740 


69 


243 


14,663 


104.292 


7,273.668 


2,322 


790 


1.28U 


6,082 


103,633 


3,776,049 


3,363 


26 


327 


17,819 


88,293 


6.015,510 


2,138 


1,064 


1,195 


2,403 


138,993 


4,151,985 


3,647 


252 


341 


14,184 


106,284 


6.691,227 


4,965 


2,932 


1,147 


1,999 


179,863 


4,914,624 


3.838 


132 


175 


12.088 


101,729 


6.616,748 


3,764 


1,094 


831 


5,691 


111,517 


4,078,450 


3,200 


240 


255 


13,141 


104,249 


6,968,781 


7,609 


994 


1,709 


2,233 


105,418 


4,586,742 


3,630 


113 


445 


16,044 


94,019 


6,907,832 


8,097 


2,278 


853 


2,153 


77,846 


3,804,809 


4,056 


155 


108 


5,573 


102,141 


6.234,507 


6,100 


1,273 


852 


3,106 


123,768 


3,834,865 


3,547 


193 


249 


10,226 


58,350 


5,529,385 


13,699 


1,088 


1,379 


4,064 


254,490 


5,649,462 


5,155 


47 


289 


15,414 


105,025 


8,036.517 


19,635 


1,234 


1,860 


4,790 


112,761 


5,503,213 


3,837 


56 


120 


15,109 


121,237 


7,742,778 


15,124 


1,279 


2,984 


6,654 


101.430 


6,663,985 


4,633 


121 


288 


18,207 


107,550 


7,408,426 


15,476 


1,560 


1,169 


5.280 


82,809 


5,074,863 


4.005 


16 


411 


18,181 


143,701 


8.758 364 


6.855 


1,593 


953 


5.251 


120,293 


4,936,234 


3,403 


248 


530 


18,298 


99,620 


7,760,840 


8.S99 


2,778 


1,894 


3,880 


90,554 


4.780,321 


3,107 


105 


392 


13,288 


160,168 


8.986.928 


11,553 


1.524 


1,072 


6,571 


91,708 


5,031,566 


3.913 


298 


244 


17,690 


149.260 


8,424,.%3 


25,453 


918 


1,113 


7,581 


88,760 


4,815,987 


4.168 


113 


335 


20,305 


163,093 


8.S64.529 


15,816 


1,760 


1.886 


7,290 


87,810 


4.633,663 


3,711 


17 


48 


19,932 


105.378 


6.590.8.:!;^ 


13,305 


3,194 


2,903 


7,538 


120,369 


5,761,083 


2,603 


63 


140 


31,633 


155,690 


8.737,201 


12,83^ 


1,561 


1,930 


7,436 


69,086 


4,722,267 


2.171 


137 


557 


18,457 


135,573 


7.076,425 


9,734 


1.338 


1,098 


7,484 


84,240 


4,900,920 


1.725 


57 


559 


17.829 


84,464 


7.194.846 


16,211 


1.078 


2,566 


5,880 


103,945 


6,009,361 


3,828 


169 


318 


23,777 


154.245 


8,258,966 


13.219 


1,149 


2,235 


11,230 


133,198 


5.547,099 


2,613 


95 


230 


24,533 


136.848 


8,243.252 


12,588 


1,170 


3,018 


6,040 


182,671 


6,494,491 


4.071 


187 


252 


24,240 


13i;554 


8,584.617 


25,253 


1,165 


1,637 


7,590 


161,619 


6,781,406 


5,092 


254 


269 


19,556 


139,461 


8.508,226 


21,890 


1,463 


2,848 


9,113 


155,785 


8,015.731 


4.630 


377 


121 


26,257 


143,330 


8.990.115 


30,403 


2,247 


4,663 


9,608 


121,286 


7,432,187 


3,276 


383 


492 


25,590 


146.419 


8.654.227 


13,904 


1,657 


2,169 


6,831 


111,746 


6,047,631 


4,432 


333 


250 


23,038 


126,7.59 


9.145,683 


2,659 


488 


1.100 


4.795 


108,397 


4,484.916 


4,666 


250 


278 


28,292 


110,308 


9,080.877 


2,784 


1.494 


1,154 


3,763 


83,537 


3,725,899 


4,443 


201 


2.59 


20,387 


131.047 


8.539.401 


2.097 


746 


804 


8.844 


69,580 


3,730,740 


3,852 


263 


813 


22.207 


103,956 


8,322,509 


1,559 


560 


947 


4,178 


75,666 


3,559,265 


5,491 


195 


403 


20,309 


125.182 


8,755.115 


1,651 


968 


885 


5,391 


72,580 


4.190,910 


4,071 


73 


142 


19,8?2 


79,636 


7,238.345 


1,530 


458 


846 


3,969 


48,985 


3,930,326 


6,956 


75 


89 


14.a53 


58,111 


5,283.604 


411,977 


50,486 


71,260 


249,914 


5,484,640 


234,489,365 


179,817 


6,709, 


13,337 


936,713 


5,733,273 


381,414,550 



60 



HOG PEODUCTS- 



Statement in detail of the weekly 



January .. 
February 



March 



April. 



May., 
June . 
July! 



August 



September . 



October 



November. 



December 



Totals 



7 

14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 



Shoulders. 



Bo.xes. 



2,374 
5,869 
4,061 
4,214 
2,190 
1,115 
6,690 
9,331 
4,993 
1,719 
6,072 
5,837 
8,889 
5,053 
7,622 
5,705 
4,875 
3,375 
2,931 
3,724 
1,917 
2,807 
3,181 
2,800 
2,260 
5,076 
2,355 
3,632 
831 
369 
3,843 
2,408 
1,422 
2,949 
7,531 
3,126 
3,181 
339 
1,116 
2,185 
2,419 
5,995 
2,855 
2,815 
2,306 
2,774 
3,371 
2,327 
6,792 
4,929 
3,971 
3,953 



194,474 



Tierces. 


Brls. 


"io 


'ii7 


835 


126 


210 


480 


30 


132 


135 


223 


350 


63 


520 


431 


304 


395 


270 


265 


149 


570 




70 


165 


196 




202 


34 


140 


65 


215 


100 


687 


80 


163 


20 


407 


215 


314 




73 


35 


108 


77 


738 


78 


744 


94 


710 


7 


236 


10 


380 


10 


326 


180 


169 


.388 


171 


145 


183 


35 


384 


97 


191 


35 


70 


196 


260 


5 


111 


15 


39 




308 


543 


331 


10 


326 


1 


160 




092 


35 


432 


77 


500 




296 


4 


623 


26 


459 


35 


206 


266 


1,056 


319 


1,305 


507 


1.193 


300 


2,606 


7,022 


20,111 



Other 
pkgs. 



1,434 
1,968 
1,968 
1,474 
1,502 
1,879 
1,493 
1,650 
2,142 
2,474 
1,790 
2,666 
1,751 
1,168 
1,732 
1,164 
2,056 
1,622 
1,696 
1,633 
1,743 
2,193 
1,842 
1,670 
2,031 
1,417 
716 
1,928 
1,641 
1,674 
2,313 
2,668 
9,191 
1,633 
1,511 
2,074 
1,430 
2,269 
3,065 
3,215 
2,658 
2,268 
2,521 
3,504 
3,334 
3,747 
3,299 
3,189 
3,175 
6.603 
5,427 
4,365 



Loose 
Pieces. 



7,082 

9,124 

10,585 

13,848 

8,409 

5,482 

4,855 

10,197 

10,791 

21,436 

6,393 

12,285 

24,176 

8,734 

17,964 

8,541 

7,646 

7,748 

5,053 

6,838 

9,243 

6,609 

15,253 

19,989 

18,065 

11,172 

14,502 

16,903 

15,304 

12,580 

17,887 

43,217 

17,221 

15,287 

17,785 

14,851 

22,606 

19,164 

22,401 

19,842 

40,860 

31,663 

29,037 

24,381 

27,363 

29,081 

28,140 

14,212 

54,105 

35,471 

46,582 

42,707 



124,576 



960,669 



Gross 
weight. 



1,176.800 

982,014 

1,189,024 

1,014,176 

689,710 

783,047 

1,016,671 

1,511,893 

1,320,399 

1,312,267 

997,202 

980,360 

1,442,106 

1,137,193 

1,476,127 

1.129,826 

1,147,606 

1,413,879 

856,647 

956,466 

836,691 

836,410 

1,651,909 

1,132,363 

1,405,492 

1,135,108 

930,211 

1,256,414 

1,150,908 

801,103 

1,478,437 

1,288,248 

1,164,429 

1,101,472 

1,031,449 

1,341,086 

1,566,085 

1,126,895 

1,541,214 

1,440,715 

1,508,704 

1,455,106 

1,606,347 

1,610,353 

1,50.3,747 

1,473,889 

1,553,489 

1,031,423 

2,548,923 

3,024,737 

2,869,949 

2,999,693 



69,816,311 



61 



(CONTINUED). 



shipments from Chicago during 1905. 



Other Products. 


Cured Meats. 


Boxes. 


Tierces. 


Barrels. 


Other pkgs. 


Gross weight. 


Total weights. 


3,164 


101 


179 


8,136 


1,077,690 


10,082,353 


4,162 


19 


187 


13,139 


1,505,0.54 


10,899,633 


6,521 


335 


53 


14,700 


1,641,347 


12,247,973 


4,517 


304 


192 


12,237 


1,518,511 


12,115,011 


4,619 


90 


137 


15,785 


1,342,647 


12,638,288 


5,100 


408 


312 


10,903 


1,722,563 


11,734,770 


6,796 


290 


118 


12,699 


1,336,022 


10.788,527 


6,567 


309 


468 


12,512 


1,798,138 


13,018,817 


10,851 


324 


1.151 


18,198 


2,156,283 


14,081,859 


11.061 


572 


313 


12,024 


1,629,851 


12,733,120 


5,902 


142 


88 


9,268 


1,249,492 


13,403,305 


6,278 


395 


293 


13,213 


1,889,645 


12,821,232 


9,437 


284 


103 


11,052 


1,665,807 


13,476,456 


8,038 


50 


290 


11,680 


1,355,854 


12,030,835 


6.912 


131 


64 


14,148 


1,602,274 


14,6&3,614 


7,723 


571 


66 


10,996 


l'^f?'?i* 


12,968,386 


8,399 


90 


53 


12,583 


i'3iSI 


12,780,141 


8,333 


81 


178 


1,282 


1,779,953 


12,846,367 


4,891 


6 


147 


11,712 


1,348,811 


11.843,896 


6.780 


72 


223 


15,071 


1,630,116 


14,550,374 


8,059 


244 


253 


13,340 


1,798,827 


12,417,077 


8,178 


153 


158 


11.464 


1,668,764 


13,348,386 


7,B99 


377 


219 


15;291 


2,249,371 


15,432,052 


8,522 


117 


189 


15,479 


1,510,200 


13,689,794 


6,163 


267 


178 


17,942 


1,498,536 


14,398,602 


10,793 


798 


251 


7,209 


1,079,308 


12,253,733 


7,764 


220 


84 


11,507 


1,296,649 


11,591,110 


7,598 


186 


277 


15,453 


1,576,130 


16,518,523 


5,178 


199 


223 


14,437 


1,380,467 


15,777,366 


5,697 


1,028 


266 


11,032 


1,276,346 


16,148,860 


7,645 


346 


561 


13,679 


1,639.119 


16,950,783 


6,700 


897 


1,119 


12,861 


1,674,973 


15,659,795 


2,397 


157 


261 


14,029 


1,211,818 


16,143,496 


6,362 


181 


423 


14,601 


1.491,122 


16,048,513 


8,036 


158 


318 


15,198 


1,507,H89 


15,719,354 


6,830 


127 


79 


16,539 


1,275,170 


13,740,7.52 


6,877 


323 


237 


19,575 


1,499,730 


17,584,098 


5,168 


150 


234 


12,996 


1,113,882 


14,039,469 


5,594 


227 


200 


15,524 


1,485,695 


15,102,675 


4,841 


374 


380 


14,267 


1,360,071 


17,069,113 


6,843 


305 


602 


15,804 


1,701,302 


16,999,357 


5,795 


521 


423 


18,928 


1,870,131 


18,404,345 


5,257 


308 


253 


11,437 


1,501,953 


18,397,932 


7.193 


293 


665 


18,042 


1,705,815 


20,321,914 


7,982 


194 


242 


18,159 


1,608,942 


19,199,103 


4,317 


270 


1,340 


15,537 


1,569,258 


18,236,461 


5.624 


234 


550 


17,356 


1,545,394 


16,664,676 


3,316 


212 


189 


13,596 


1,128,949 


14,415.672 


7,026 


356 


697 


17,057 


1,681,704 


16,283,876 


6.926 


247 


452 


10,981 


1,736,382 


17,075,499 


3,276 


473 


399 


10,637 


1,105,-585 


15,404,789 


3,655 


122 


375 


9,615 


987,311 


12,200,934 


338,263 


14,637 


16,712 


700,910 


79,222,739 


754,942,965 



62 
DAILY CURRENT PRICES FOR THE 

Cash, and deliverable in succeeding months at 



C3 

Q 



Wheat. 



No. 3 

Red, 

cash, 

per bu. 



No. 1 

North- 

ern.cash, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

Sept., 

per bu. 



Corn. 



Cash, 
con- 
tract, 
per bu. 



Con- 
tract, 

Feb., 
per bu. 



Con- 
tract, 
May., 
perbu. 



3. 

i. 

5. 

t> 

7.. 

9.. 
10.. 
11.. 
13. 
13. 
14. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
30. 
31. 

1905 
1904 



1 io%m 

1 15%@.l 

1 16?i@l 

1 16^@1 

1 163i@l 

1 1714®! 

1 1854®! 

1 18 ®1 

18i4@l 

175i@l 

18i4@l 

17i/s@l 

17 @1 

17%@1 

15%@l 

151/2@1 

16H@1 
17 ®1 
17J6®1 
17ys@l 

i7y2@i 

18%®1 



181.^ 
17Si 
19 
19 

19'/2 

20^3 

21 

20'/2 

20H 

19!4 

20\4 

2(m, 

183i 

19'4 

1914 

18 

18?« 

18^8 

18?s 

mi 
n% 

19% 
19)6 
19->4 
20M 



18 

18 

18 

18 

18 

1 20 

1 20 

1 20 

1 20 



@1 20 
@1 20 
@1 20 
@1 20 
@1 20 
®1 21 
@1 21 
@1 21 
@1 21 



1 18 
1 19 
1 19 
1 19 
1 19 
1 20 



20 
20 
20 

isy, 

19 " 

18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
19 
®1 20 
@1 20 
@1 20 
@1 20 
@1 21 



i3%m 15^ 

13^@1 14?i 
14V4@1 15H 
14M@1 15% 
14Ji®l 15J6 
15J4@1 175^ 
16'/2@1 18M 
16K®1 17% 
16^@1 nVi 
15%@1 16!4 
16»4@1 17% 
15>4@1 17^ 
15 @1 15?i 
159^@1 16M 
14K@1 16^ 
13H@1 15 
13%®1 15% 
13i^@l 15^ 
14(4®! 15% 
15 @1 15?i 
15H®1 16% 
15><2@1 16% 
15i/2@l 16 
15^@1 16M 
16%@1 17i4 



98 @ 99J4 

98^® mi 

QS^Cfn 989i 

98M@ 98?i£ 

98 /j® 99 

98?4@ 9dU 

99>4®1 00 

99!4@ 99% 

991.4® 99?£ 

98'/,© 99 

98%© 9914 

98%® 9914 

98^® 98)6 

98}4@ 98% 

98 @ 98M 

97%® 98% 

97%® 9m 

97%® 98'/2 



98%® 98% 

98%® 99 

98%® 99^ 

98)^® 98% 

98(4® 99>i 

99%@ 99}^ 



93 

91J^@ 92i4 
92 ® 921^ 
.... 93 
91^® 92 
91 !4® 9iy2 
91Vsi® 93 
91>^@ 9m 
91 ® 91Ji 
91%® 91% 
91 @ 91% 
90%@ 914 
9114® 91% 
91J4@ 91% 
91%® 92>S 
92%® 92ii 
92J6@ 92% 
92%® 92% 

92^2® 92?;i 

93%® 93'4 
93%@ 93% 



421.^ 

43i4 

42 

424 

42^ 

42% 

43 

43 

43 

43^ 

4314 

43 

43M 

43 

424 

42% 

42% 

43 

42% 

43 

43^ 

43 J4 

43 

43 

43 



43 



434 



43 



42-% 

@43% 

43% 



44J6®45% 

44H@44>^ 

44%®444 

43%®44% 

44k®44% 

44id®44% 

44%@44% 

444@44% 

44J6@44% 

44H®447i 

44%®45;4 

44%®45% 

44%®45 

44%®45% 

44%@45^ 

44%®45 

44%@45 

44%®45 

44%@45 

44%®45M 

45%@454' 

4554@454 

44%@4554 

445^@44% 

44%@45i4 



1 15J6®1 31 



1 18 



@1 21 

■ 934 



1 134@1 18ii 
84%® 92% 



97%@1 00 
80 @ 84% 



90%® 93% 
76% @ 81 



43 ®43'4 
43%@47J6 



42 @4S% 



43%@454 
45%@50% 









Mess Pork. 


1 


Labd. 




a 


Cash, 


Feb., i May, 


Julv. 


Cash, 


Feb., 


Q 


per brl. 


per brl. 


per brl. 


per brl. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


3.. 


$12 40 @12 45 


$ 


$12 774@12 924 


$ 


$ 6 77J6 


5 


4.. 


13 25 @12 374 






12 60 @12 80 


13 8236 


6 624 






5.. 


12 124@13 25 






12 50 @12 65 





6 55 






6.. 


13 25 @13 30 






13 45 @13 65 




6 65 






7.. 


12 15 @13 25 






12 55 @12 60 




6 624 






9.. 


12 25 ®13 30 






12 55 @12 65 




6 65 






10.. 


13 35 @13 35 






12 574®12 674 




6 634 






11.. 


12 30 @12 40 






12 50 @12 65 




6 60 






13.. 


12 30 @12 35 






13 634®13 774 




6 60 






13.. 


12 374®12 40 






13 65 ®13 75 




6 65 






14.. 


13 37}<im2 40 






12 673^®12 77J^ 




6 65 






16.. 


12 45 @12 50 






13 65 ®13 75 




6 65 






17.. 


12 45 ®12 50 






13 65 @13 734 




665 






18.. 


12 45 @13 50 






12 65 @12 77J^ 




6 62^ 






19.. 


12 40 ®13 45 






12 623^@12 65 




6 62)6 






20.. 


13 50 @12 55 






13 65 ®12 75 




6 65 






21.. 


13 55 ®12 60 






13 75 @12 80 




6 75 






23.. 


13 75 ®12 80 






12 80 ®12 95 




6 834 




6 77)6 


24.. 


12 874®12 90 






12 95 @13 10 


13 05 


690 






25.. 


12 80 ®12 85 






13 00 @13 12>^ 




6874 






36.. 


13 80 ®13 85 






12 95 @13 12)6 




687)6 






27.. 


13 80 ®13 85 






12 95 ®13 00 




683J4 






28.. 


12 65 ®12 70 






12 83V^®13 95 




6 774 






30.. 


12 75 ®13 80 






13 834®13 974 




6 80 






31.. 


13 75 ®12 80 






13 934®13 00 




6 80 @ 6 834 


.... 




1905 


13 13^@13 90 






12 45 ®13 124 


13 834®13 05 


6 55 ® 690 


6 774 


1904 


12 50 @13 624 





13 60 @13 90 


13 47H®13 60 


6 53)6® 7 324 


692)6 



63 



LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES. 

sellers' option as to time daring January, 1905. 



COBN. 


Oats. 


Kte. 


Barley. 


Con- 
tract, 
July, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
Sept., 
per bu. 


Contract, 

cash, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

May, 
per bu. 


Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 


Contract, 

Sent., 

perbu. 


No. 2, 

cash, 

per bu. 


No.3, 

May. 

per bu. 


Cash, 
per bu. 


45 m^\ 


45'/2@45J| 


.... 29% 


31M@31% 


smmm 




.... 75 


.... 78 


38 ©48 


44%®45 


45 @45!^ 


-.... 29M 


3i%mm. 


31 ©31 i4 






.... 75 


76i^©80 


38 ©48 


441/2@44% 


44%@45 


.... 29?g 


30?i@31H 


30%@31i4 






75 


.... 78 


38 ©48 


u%mi% 


4A:%m5 


.... 29:?g 


30%@30:^ 


30K©30?i 






— 75 


.... 78 


38 ©48 


44M@45!^ 


45 ®45!/5 


29^@295i 


30%@31 


30?i@31 






.... 75 


. . . 78}^ 


38 ©48 


445Si@45M 


45'4@45% 


29?^@29% 


305|@31 


30%@30% 






75 


79 ©80 


38 ©48 


45 @459s 


ibH@Am 


.... 30 


30%@31J4 


mrsmiVa 






.... 75 


79 ©80 


38 ©48 


455^@45i/2 


45?g@45% 


... 30H 


31>i@31% 


31^@319i 






.... 75 


.... 79 


38 ©48 


45 ®459j 


.... 455^ 


.... 30ii 


31 @31% 


30%@31^ 






.... 75 


.... 79 


38 ©48 


45 ®^% 


45?^®45% 


.... ^% 


30%®3154 


30%@31ii 






74i4@75 


79 ©79^ 


38 ©48 


45i4@45k 




.... 309g 


31H@31% 


313^@31% 






.... 75 


79 ©80 


38 ©48 


45«@45% 


45^@46 


.... 3054 


30%@31?g 


31 ©31% 






7414@75 


79 ©80 


38 ©48 


45^@459b 


45V2@45% 


.... 30i^ 


30%@31}4 


31 ^©31^ 






74)6@75 


78 ©80 


38 ©48 


45?^@45'.'. 


45?i@45% 


.... 30^ 


31»4@31% 


31K©31% 






.... 75 


78 ©79)6 


38 ©48 


45H@45i/2 


455i@45% 


.... 30V& 


30%@31% 


31 ©31% 






.... 75 


.... 79 


38 ©48 


45%@io% 


45%@45% 


.... 3096 


30%@31% 


30Si©31^ 






.... 75 


.... 78 


38 ©48 


45 ©45% 


i5%m5% 


... SOU 


30%@31^ 


30%<mm 






.... 75 . 


.... 79 


38 ©48 


45 @45H 


.... 45!/5 


30Ji®30M 


30M@31 


30^@31 






75 ©75i4 


.... 79 


38 ©48 


45!4@45i4 


.... 45^5 


.... mva 


30?g@30% 


30%©30% 






75 ©753^ 


.... 79 


38 ©48 


45i4@45H 


45^@45=a 


30%@30i4 


30?i@31 


30^©30?^ 


28%©28M 


.... 75 


.... 78 


38 ©48 


45'^@45% 


45%@46M 


.... 30^ 


30%@3i;4 


30%@31!^ 


28?i©29 


.... 75J|5 


.... 78 


38 ©48 


45?g@45% 


... 46 


.... 30^ 


30%@3P/8 


30%@31 


28:%@29 


.... 75 


.... 78 


38 ©48 


45%@45?'s 


455^ @46 


.... 30^ 


30?£@31i4 


30%@30% 


.... 29 


.... 75 


.... 78 


38 ©48 


45^@45?^ 


.... 45% 


30 @31 


30»^@30?£ 


soy^moH 


28M®28% 


.... 75 


.... 78 


38 ©48 


45}4@45% 


45M@46H 


.... 30% 


30%@30% 


30%©305^ 


28h@2Q 


.. . 75 


.... 78 


38 ©48 


44?^@45:J^ 


44?i@46V4 


293^@31 


30%®Sl% 


30M@315i 


28l/2@29 


74i/2@75% 


76i/s@80 




i5%@iSU 


45^@48^ 


36!4@41}^ 


38 ©4334 


35Ji@38}4 


32%@33M 


51 ©57 


56 ©60 






Lakd. 


Short Rib Sides. 


Live Hogs. 


May, 


July, 


Cash, 


Feb., 


May, 


July, 


Cash, 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


17 02K2@ 7 07)6 


«7 1254® 7 17)4 


56 1254®6 371/2 i 


5 


$6 70 ®6 75 


f6 825/s®6 87)4 


14 20@4 75 


6 85 © 7 02)6 


6 95 © 7 10 


6 12y3®6 37)6 




. . . . 


6 62)^@6 70 


6 75 ®6 77)4 


4 25@4 77)6 


6 80 © 6 90 


6 90 @ 6 95 


6 12)6©6 37)^2 




... 


6 57)4@6 65 


6 70 ©6 75 


4 20@4 77)4 


6 77^^© 6 90 


6 90 © 7 00 


6 12)6©6 25 






6 55 ®8 62)4 


6 70 ©6 75 


4 15@4 70 


6 85 © 6 90 


6 95 © 7 00 


6 12)6@6 25 






6 60 ®6 62)6 


6 72)4®6 75 


4 15®4 72)6 


6 87^2© 6 90 


6 97)4® 7 00 


6 12)6®6 25 




... 


6 60 ®6 65 


6 72)4®6 77)4 


4 30©4 80 


6 85 © 6 9254 


6 95 @ 7 02)6 


6 12y2©6 25 






6 60 @6 67)6 


.... 6 77)4 


4 35©4 82)4 


6 80 @ 6 85 


6 90 © 6 95 


6 1S54©6 25 






6 57)6@6 67^2 


6 75 ®6 80 


4 30©4 80 


6 82K© 6 90 


695 © 700 


6 12)6@6 37)4 




... 


6 65 ©6 72)6 


6 80 ©6 85 


430©4 85 


6 8256© 6 90 


7 00 © 7 02)4 


6 12)6®6 37)6 




... 


6 65 ©6 75 


6 85 ©6 87)6 


4 35@4 8754 


6 85 © 6 9254 


6 97)4© 7 02)4 


6 12)6©6 37)4 




. . . 


6 70 ®6 75 


6 82)6©6 87)4 


4 35©4 82)4 


6 85 © 6 90 


6 95 © 7 00 


6 25 ©6 50 






6 70 ®6 72)4 


685 


4 25©4 80 


6 82^2© 6 87ii 


6 95 © 7 00 


6 25 • ©6 50 






6 67)4®6 72)6 


6 85 


4 20©4 75 


6 85 @ 6 90 


6 97)6® 7 02)6 


6 25 ©6 50 






6 67)6®6 75 


6 82)4©6 90 


4 25®4 75 


6 82]4@ 6 85 


6 95 © 6 9714 


6 25 ©6 50 






6 67)4©6 70 


6 80 ©6 82)6 


4 25®4 75 


6 85 © 6 SrVs 


6 97)4© 7 00 


6 25 ©6 50 






6 70 ©6 72)4 


685 


4 25©4 72)6 


6 8754© 6 9754 


7 00 @ 7 0756 


6 25 ©6 50 




... 


6 72)4©6 77)4 


6 87)4®6 92)4 


4 30©4 72)4 


6 9754© 7 05 


7 10 @ 7 15 


6 37)6@6 62)4 






6 77)4@6 87)6 


6 92)4©7 00 


440@4 85 


7 05 © 7 10 


7 17)4© 7 22)4 


6 50 ®6 75 






6^ ©6 92)4 


7 00 ©7 05 


4 45©4 87)4 


7 05 @ 7 1254 


7 17)6® 7 25 


6 50 @6 75 






6 87y2@6 97)4 


7 00 ©7 05 


4 55©4 95 


7 02 © 7 12)6 


7 15 © 7 22H 


6 50 @6 75 


i 


>7% 


6 87)4©6 95 


7 00 ©7 05 


465©5 00 


7 00 © 7 05 


7 12)4© 7 15 


6 50 ©6 75 






6 85 ©6 90 


7 00 ©7 02)4 


4 55©4 92)6 


6 95 @ 6 97)4 


7 07)4© 7 10 


6 50 ©6 70 






6 80 ©6 85 


6 95 ©6 97)6 


4 50@4 8254 


6 95 @ 7 05 


7 07)4© 7 15 


6 50 @6 70 






6 82)4©6 90 


7 00 ©7 02)4 


4 45@4 77)i 


7 00 © 7 05 


7 12)6® 7 15 


6 50 ®6 75 






6 87)4©6 92)4 


7 02)4©7 05 


4 50©4 90 


6 77^2© 7 12)4 


690 @ 725 


6 12)4@6 75 


6 72)4 


6 55 ®6 97)4 


6 70 ©7 05 


4 15@5 00 


6 67)4© 7 57)4 


6 75 @ 7 57)6 


6 12)4@6 75 


: 


6 45 ®7 00 


6 55 ©6 92)6 


4 20@5 20 



64 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES FOR THE 



Cash, and deliverable in succeeding months at 



Q 



Wheat. 



No. 2 Red, 

cash, 

per bu. 



No. 1 

Northern, 

cash, per bu 



Ctontract, 

May, 
per bu. 



Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 



Con- 
tract, 
Sept., 
per bu. 



Corn. 



Contract, 

cash, 

per bu. 



Contract 

May, 
per bu. 



Contract 

July. 

per bu. 



1.. 

2.. 

3.. 

4.. 

6.. 

7.. 

8.. 

9.. 
10.. 
11.. 
14.. 
15.. 
16.. 
17.. 
18.. 
20.. 
21.. 
23.. 
24.. 
25.. 
27.. 
28.. 

1905 
1904 



18)i@l 
17%@1 

18)6®1 
18 ®1 
18^@1 
18)4@1 
18 @1 

18 ®1 
18)6®1 
18>^®1 

19 @1 

20 @1 
20 ®1 
19 ®1 
18%®1 
18)6®1 
18%@1 
18)6®1 
18)6®1 
18 ®1 

15'/2®1 

13!4®1 



20)i 

20 

20)6 

30)6 

20)6 

20 

19% 

19% 

19M 

20 

21 

22)4 

23)6 

22 

30% 

20)4 

20)6 

20)4 

19% 

19=!i 

20)6 



20 
20 
20 
20 



®1 21 
®1 21 
@1 21 
@1 21 



20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 



1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 

20 @1 21 

21 @1 22 

22 ®1 24 
]9>6@1 23 
19)6@1 23 
19U®1 22 
21 '®1 22 
19 @1 22 
18^@1 21)6 
18=^®1 21)4 
17 ®1 20)4 
15 @1 19 



1 16)6®1 

1 15%®1 

1 16)6@1 

16 @1 

16)4®1 

1 16)4®1 

16 @1 

16 @1 
16)6®1 

1 16)i®l 

17 @1 

18 @1 
19i4®l 
18?i®l 

I 18?6@1 
18)4®1 

1 18%®! 

1 18)4@1 
18)6®1 

1 18 ®1 

1 14/2®1 
13/2@1 



17 

17)6 

17)6 

17)6 

17 

16?^ 

16% 

16^ 

17 

18 

19% 

21)4 

21 

19% 

1914 

19)6 

19)4 

18% 

18% 



99 @ 99)4 



99)4®1 



93 
93 



425^ 



44$6@45)6 



15% 



01)4@1 
01H@1 
00%@1 
00)4@1 
00)4@1 
005Si®l 
01)6®1 
01)4@1 
01%@1 
01X@1 
01)6®1 
01)4@1 
01)6®1 
01)4@1 
0196®1 
01)4®1 
99)6®1 
98)4®1 



00)4 

02 

02?i 

01% 

01% 

01)6 

01 

01)4 

02 

Q2^ 



42?i-44)6®44% 



02 



02)6 

01% 

02 

02)6 

02 

01 ?i 

00)4 



1 13/2@1 23)i 



15 

86 



@1 24 
@1 10 



13)4@1 21)^ 
89?B@1 09 



98)^@1 02M 

98% 



93%@95 

94)6®95)6 

93?g®94>4 

92%®93% 

9296®93 

92)4@92% 

92%®92% 

92%®93)6 

93 ©94)6 

93)6®94)6 

93 ©93% 

93)i@93)6 

93?^®93 

93)4@93% 

92%@93 

92?6@93)i 

92)4@93)6 

9f)VM92% 

9056@92 



90)6®95)6 
8256®93)6 



425£ 

43)4 

43)6 

43)4 

43)4 

43)6 

43% 

44 

44)6 

44% 

44^ 

44)6 

44)6 

44^ 



.... 45 

45)4®45J^ 



45^@45)6 
.... 45)4 



42%®45)4 
46 ©54)6 



44%@44% 

44%®453^ 

45J4@45)4 

45 ©45^ 

45 ©45^ 

45)6@45% 

45?6@45% 

45^®46)i 

46;4®47)4 

46?6®4796 

46'/^47ii 

46)i®4696 

46)6@46% 

46)4@4656 

46)4©47 

46%@47}4 

46% ©48 

47)4®48)6 

47i4©4856 



45)6@45?6 
45)6®45?6 
45i4@45)4 
45%©46 
45%@46)6 
4556®45% 
45J6©45% 
4596@46)4 
46i4®46)4 
46i)6©47 
47 ®47% 
47)i@48)6 
47)i®47% 
47 @47)4 
46%@47?6 
46%©47)i 
47 ©47)6 
47?6®47% 
47%@48)6 
47%®48?6 
•47%@48% 
47%®48% 



44V4®48% 
49%@58 



45)6@48% 
47%@56)6 





Mess Pork. 


Lard. 




Cash, 
per bbl. 


May, 
per bbl. 


July, 
per bbl. 


SRpt , 
per bbl. 


Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 


May. 
per 100 lbs. 


1.. 

2.. 

3.. 

4.. 

6.. 

7.. 

8.. 

9.. 
10.. 
11.. 
14.. 
15.. 
16.. 
17 . 
18.. 
20.. 
21.. 
23 . 
24.. 
25.. 
27.. 
28.. 


■fl2 60 ® 12 65 

12 63 ® 12 70 

13 65 © 13 70 
12 65 © 13 70 
12 75 © 12 80 
12 62)6® 12 65 
12 60 @ 12 65 
12 70 ® 12 75 
12 70 @ 12 75 

12 70 © 13 75 

13 70 @ 13 75 
13 70 © 13 75 
13 65 © 13 70 
13 62)4® 13 65 
13 65 ® 13 70 
13 63J^ 12 65 
12 62^2® 12 65 
12 40 ® 12 45 
12 35 @ 12 40 
12 35 @ 12 40 
12 45 @ 13 50 
12 35 ® 12 40 


12 80 ©13 00 

12 80 ©13 87)4 

13 83)4©13 87H 
13 87i4®13 92)6 

12 90 ©13 93 

13 80 ©13 93)6 
13 75 ©13 85 
13 85 ©13 93)^ 
12 87)4®12 95 
12 85 ©12 923^ 
12 82)^®12 90 
12 87)4@13 92)i 
12 82)6@12 95 
12 80 ©12 82)6 
12 82)/^©12 85 
12 75 ©12 80 
12 77)4©12 85 
12 50 ©12 85 

12 45 ©13 60 

13 43)i©13 60 
12 40 ©12 65 
12 50 ®12 70 


.'.'.".'.'.' 12 '95' 
12 95 

12 97)4@]3 00 

12 90 

12 87)6@12 95 

1300 

12 97)4®13 00 
12 97)6©13 00 
12 92)4@13 02)4 
12 97)6©13 02)^2 
12 92)4®13 CO 

12 92'/-. 

12 95 ©12 97)6 

12 87)^@12 90 

13 90 @13 97)4 
13 63)'2®13 85 

12 62 ^©12 72!^ 

13 55 ©13 73'/o 
12 55 ®12 72)4 
12 62>4®12 85 





$6 70 @ 6 72)6 
6 70 ® 6 72)4 
6 70 ® 6 72)i 
6 72^2® 6 75 
6 75 ® 6 77)4 
6 70 ® 6 72)6 
6 67)4® 6 70 
6 72'4© 6 75 
6 72)6© 6 75 
6 72)4® 6 75 
6 75 ® 6 77)6 
6 77)6® 6 80 
6 72)4® 6 75 
6 73)4® 6 75 
6 731/4® 6 75 
6 73)4® 6 75 
6 77)4® 6 80 
6 65 @ 6 67J^ 
6 70 @ 6 73)4 
6 73)6® 6 75 
6 85 © 6 87)4 
6 80 


16 90 @ 7 03'4 
6 87)4® 6 92)4 
6 87)4© 6 92)4 
6 93)4® 6 95 
6 95 ® 6 97)6 
6 90 ® 6 95 
6 85 ® 6 90 
6 90 ® 6 95 
6 93)4® 6 97)4 
6 93)6® 6 95 
6 92)4® 6 97)4 
6 95 ® 7 00 
6 92)4® 7 00 
6 90 @ 6 92)4 
6 90 ® 6 92'4 
6 90 © 6 92)6 
6 87)6© 6 95 
6 80 © 6 92V^ 
6 82)4© 6 87)6 
6 871^© 6 92)6 
6 90 ® 7 03)6 
6 92)4® 7 05 


1905 
1904 


12 35 @ 12 80 
12 87)4© 16 50 


12 40 ©13 00 
12 85 ©16 67)6 


12 55 @13 02;< 

13 47)6®10 75 ' 




6 65 @ 6 87)4 

7 05 @ 7 93)4 


6 80 © 7 05 

7 22)^2® 8 20 



66 



LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES. 

sellers'' optian as to time, during February, 1905. 



Corn. 


Oats. 


Rye. 


Bar- 
ley. 


Contract 
Sept., 
perbu. 


Con- 
tract, 

cash, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
May, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
July, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract 
Sept. 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

cash, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 


Cash, 
per bu. ' 


^y^mbVa 


.... 29J6 


30J6@30!!£ 


29%®30!4 


28%@28% 


.... 75 


.... 78 


38 ©48 


4b%m5u 


.... 29% 


30 @30yi 


29%@30M 


28H@285^ 


.... 75 




78 


38 ©48 


45^®45?^ 


.... 291 


30ii®30V4 


30^@30hi. 


28%@28?i 


.... 75 




. 78 


38 ©48 




.... 30^ 


30%@30% 


30}4@30Ka 


28M@29 


.... 75 




. 78 


38 ©48 


30^@31/2 


30M®305S£ 


30>4@30K, 


29 @39}g 


.... 75 




. 77« 


38 ©48 


46 men 


.... 30H 


30^@30^ 


30«@309i 


28%@29 


.... 75 




.. 77'4 


38 ©48 


46 @46^ 


.... 30 


30«®30% 


29%@30ii 


28%®29 


.... 74 


76i4®77J6 


38 ©48 


46!4@46% 


.... 30^ 


soamova 


30 @304 


28%®29^ 


.... 747, 


76H©77^ 


38 ©48 


46%@46% 


.... 30% 


30^@3095 


30?^@30^ 


29 @29% 


.... 75 


77 ©77^1 


38 ©48 


46^@47Ji 


30M@30% 


309g@30% 


30^@30M 


293^@29/i 


75 ©7556 


.... 77}^ 


38 ©48 


47M@48H 


3o%mm 


30%@31ii 


30=Si@31^ 


29Ji@29!.4 


.... 75 




. 78 


38 ©48 


47?g@48Ji 


30H@32i4 


31 ©31% 


30%@31% 


29 @29H 


.... 75 




. 78 


38 ©48 


475^@48 


30M@31 


31^@315g 


3H4@3136 


29^@29!4 


.... 761,4 




. 78 


38 ©48 


47ii@47^ 


.... 30M 


30%@31U 


30=^@31 


29 @29Ji 


.... 75 




. 78 


38 ©48 


4:7%m7% 


.... 30?g 


30%@31 


30?g®30% 


29 @29M 


75 ©77 




. 78 


38 ©48 


47H®4796 


31J6@33 


305i@30% 


30%®305S£ 


29 @29% 


75 @77 




. 78 


38 ©48 


47i4@47?i 


.... 30% 


305^@31^ 


309«@31 


29^@29% 


75 ®77 




. 78 


38 ©48 


47?g@48 


30?^@33ii 


30?i@31M 


30%@31^ 


29H@29% 


75 ®77 




. 78 


38 ©48 


4:7%m8% 


30%@31 


30^®31ii 


30=^@31^ 


29^®29Ks 


75 @78 




. 78 


38 ©48 


48^®48% 


30M@30% 


31 @31% 


30%@31ii 


29»4®29!4 


75 @77 




. 78 


38 ©48 


47%@48M 


31 @31Vi 


30%@319i 


30%®31M 


29i4@29?g 


75 ©77 


76k®77 


38 ©48 


47%@482i 


.... 305£ 


30%@31?g 


31 @31H 


29ii®29^i 


75 ©77 


76%©77i/2 


38 ©48 


45H@48% 


29i^®32i4 


30 mi% 


29%@31^ 


28%@29V4 


74 ©78 


76Vi©78 




47y2@55% 


39%@46 


41J6@46% 


37}6@423l£ 


32%@37i4 


56 ©77 


59 @78i4 


••- .■ .■>•. 



Lard. 


Short Rib Sides. 


Live 
Hogs. 


July, 


Sept., 


Cash, 


May, 


July, 


Sept.. 


Cash, 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per liK) lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs 


$7 02^®7 15 


17 15 © 7 2772 


$6 50 ©6 62J4 


$6 82)4@6 92)4 


86 97)4®7 05 


$ 


|4 50©4 95 


7 02)6@7 07^ 


7 15 © 7 17)6 


6 62»^@6 75 


6 85 ©6 87^2 


6 97)4©7 02)6 




4 50@4 90 


7 05 


■■•■■ •■■>■ 


6 62)6@6 75 


6 85 ®6 87)4 


7 00 @7 02)4 




4 50©4 90 


7 05 ©7 07!4 


7 15 


6 62)4®6 75 


6 87)4@6 90 


700 




4 60@4 97)4 


7 05 ©7 10 


720 


6 63i/2@6 75 


6 90 @6 92)4 


7 02)4©7 05 




4 70©5 07)6 


7 00 ®7 07H 


7 10 


6 63)4@6 75 


6 83)4®6 90 


6 95 ©7 00 




4 65@5 02)6 


6 97HJ@7 00 


7 10 


6 50 @6 75 


6 80 @6 82J^ 


6 95 ©6 97)4 




4 55©4 90 


7 02y2@7 07^ 


7 17)6 


6 62)4@6 75 


6 85 ©6 95 


6 97)4@7 02)4 




4 45©4 90 


7 02>^@7 05 


7 15 


6 63)4®6 75 


6 87)4@6 92)6 


7 00 ©7 05 




4 60@5 00 


7 05 ©7 071/2 


7 17^2 


6 63)4@6 75 


6 85 ©6 90 


7 00 ©7 02)4 




4 65@5 02!4 


7 02V5@7 10 


720 


6 62)4@6 75 


6 85 ©6 90 


6 97)6®7 02)4 




4 75©5 10 


7 05 ©7 12^ 


7 20 © 7 22)4 


6 62)4@6 75 


6 87)4©6 90 


7 00 ©7 02)4 




4 75©5 1234 


7 05 ©7 12)6 


••■•• •••• 


6 62)4@6 75 


6 82)4®6 87)4 


6 97)6®7 00 




4 80©5 15 


7 02J^@7 05 


7 15 


6 62)4@6 75 


6 80 ©6 82)4 


6 95 @6 97)6 




4 65©5 00 


7 02i/4@7 05 


7 15 


6 62)6@6 75 


6 82J^®6 85 


69714 




4 60@5 00 


7 00 @7 02)6 


7 12i^ 


6 62'/2@6 75 


6 80 ©6 82)^ 


.... 695 




4 60©5 02)^ 


6 9714®? 05 


7 15 ©7 17)4 


6 62)4®6 75 


6 80 @6 82)4 


6 92)4®6 97)4 




4 60©5 00 


6 95 ®7 05 


•••■• •«•■• 


6 50 @6 62)4 


6 65 @6 82)4 


6 80 ®6 95 




4 60@4 97)6 


6 92J^@7 00 


7 05 © 7 07)4 


6 50 ©6 62)4 


6 65 ©6 70 


6 80 ®6 82)6 




4 55@4 97)4 


7 00 ©7 05 





6 50 ®6 62)4 


6 67)4®6 72)6 


6 80 ®6 85 




455@5 00 


7 02!/2@7 12!/2 


7 17)4© 7 25 


6 57'/2@6 70 


6 67)4@6 80 


6 82)4@6 92)6 




4 55©5 00 


7 05 ©7 17)4 


7 20 © 7 27)4 


6 55 ©6 70 


6 72K®6 82>4 


6 87)4@6 97)4 





4 65©5 12)4 


6 92i4®7 llVi 


7 05 © 7 27)6 


6 50 ©6 75 


6 65 ©6 95 


6 80 ©7 05 




4 45@5 15 


7 25 ©8 35 


7 57)6© 8 05 


6 25 ©8 00 


6 50 ©8 15 


6 65 ©8 22)4 




4 30©5 80 



66 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES FOR THE 

Cash, and deliverable in succeeding months at 





Wheat. 


COKN. 


e 


No. 2 Eed, 


No. 1 


Contract, 


Contract, 


Con- 

tract, 

Sept., 

per bu. 


Contract, 


Contract 


Contract 




cash, 


Northern. 


May, 


July, 


cash. 


May, 


July, 


Q 


per bu. 


cash, per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


1.. 


1 ]2>^@1 1&% 


1 15 @1 17 


1 12\4®1 15)6 


97/2@99i4 


90 ©911^ 


.... 45)6 


47)6@47% 


47i4®4896 


2.. 


1 14%®1 16^ 


1 16 ®1 17 


1 14M®1 155^ 


98?6@99)4 


90%@91i4 


.... 4594 


47^@48)i 


48 ®48/2 


3.. 


1 14%@1 17 


1 15i4@l 18^4 


1 14%@1 16 


98)4®99)i 


90i!£@9U-i 


.... 45M 


47%©48i4 


48)6@48)4 


4.. 


1 lobim 17)4 


1 15i4@l 18K 


1 15)i@l 16)4 


98^@99i4 


907i®91% 


.... 46)4 


48)6@489f 


4896@489i 


6.. 


1 lb%m 17 


1 153i@l 18^ 


1 15)6@1 16 


98^® 98 7^ 


90%@91V4 


.... 46)6 


48)6@48M 


48/2®49)6 


7.. 


1 145^@1 17)6 


1 15 @1 18 


1 13%®1 15/2 


96%®98^ 


8m@90% 


.... 46)4 


47%®48?6 


4896®49 


8.. 


1 14)6®1 17?4 


1 15 ®1 17 


1 12)4®1 1494 


93:Si®96% 


86%@897i 


.... 46)6 


479i®48)^. 


48i4®4876 


9.. 


1 13%@1 17 


1 14i6@l 17'4 


1 12%@1 14 


93%@94)4 


86M®87% 


.... 4694 


48 ®48H. 


4896@48% 


10.. 


1 14)6@1 17 


1 14'ft@l 17)6 


1 13 @1 UVs 


92 @94% 


86 ®87!4 


.... 46^ 


4776 ©489^ 


48 ®4894 


11.. 


1 13 ®1 15 


1 15 @1 16 


1 11)4@1 13/2 


91)4@93)6 


85)6 ®86M 


.... 46)6 


48 ©48/2 


48)6@4878 


13.. 


1 11 @1 15)6 


1 13)6®1 15)4 


1 09 @1 134 


91)i®93»4 


85)4®86% 


.... 47)4 


48!4@49)6 


48i^®4996 


14.. 


1 14;4®1 16!4 


1 15 @1 16 


1 12)4@1 14)4 


92X®93)/2 


86)4@87/8 


.... 48/2 


49 ©49!^ 


49^©50 
49!4@4976 


15.. 


1 14/2®1 15% 


1 14 ®1 15 


1 12/2@1 137s 


91%@93)4 


86 ©87 


.... 48)6 


49)4@50« 


16.. 


1 135^@1 15)6 


1 14 @1 15 


1 129^@1 13% 


91)4®92?g 


85)4®86?g 


.... 48)4 


49)6@49?6 


49)6@49)6 


17.. 


1 14i4@l im 


1 14)6@1 IS'^ 


1 13)i@l U% 


91/2®92% 


85%©86^4 


.... 48^4 


48%@499ii 


49 ©49/2 


18.. 


1 15=li®l 16?^ 


1 15 @1 16'/^ 


1 14%@1 lb% 


92%®93/2 


m%m7% 


... 47)6 


4894®4996 


48%®499i 


20.. 


1 ibVsm n% 


1 14/2®1 16)6 


1 UVem 15% 


92)i@93)i 


86)6 @87 


.... 48 


48 76 ©49)6 


49 @49?6 


21.. 


1 1554@1 17?i 


1 15 @1 17 


1 14?4@1 15*£ 


92)4@93)6 


86)4®867^ 


.... 479i 


487g©49^'^ 


49 @49!^ 


22.. 


1 15)6@1 17'X 


1 15 ®1 17 


1 14)4@1 15V2 


91%@93 


85%@86^ 


.... 47 


48)4®4876 


4896@49)6 


23.. 


1 13 @1 15% 


1 12 ®1 HVi 


1 12 ®1 13?^ 


90)4®91)4 


84r8®85)8 


.... 47/3 


4794@489i; 


48 ®4856 


24.. 


1 12Um 14^ 


1 12 ®1 14 


1 1134®1 12?4 


89?i®90?4 


84 @84M 


.... 48 


48 )i ©4894 


48^®4876 


25.. 


1 12?^®1 15 


1 13 @1 15 


1 12%@1 14 


90i4@907^ 


84%@8476 


.... 48'i 


4896®49 


4856®49)6 


27.. 


1 12-2@1 14% 


1 13 @1 15 


1 12?6®1 13/2 


89M@907^ 


84)6 @84^ 


.... 48 


48)4@49'^ 


4856@49)fe 


28.. 


1 im@.i 14 


1 12'/4@1 14)6 


1 11M@1 13 


8m@90}k 


83)4®8496 


.... 47)6 


4794®48,1, 


48 ®4876 


29.. 


1 119i@l 13)6 


1 12 @1 14 


1 11%@1 12^2 


87^@88% 


82^@83H 


... 4714 


46!/2@48 


4676@48).6 


30.. 


1 12 @.l l.^''^ 


1 12 @1 14 


1 12 (f7),l 12?4 


87/2@887^ 


82/2@83?6 


. . . 469i- 


46)4@47H 


46?6@47'.<; 


31.. 


1 13>4@1 15)8 


1 13 @1 15 


1 U<-im 14H 


88)4®89)4 


S3%mi 


47 @47»4 


47 ©479^ 


47)4@47% 


1905 


1 11 ®1 175^ 


1 12 @1 18".< 


1 09 @1 16)4 


87/2® 9914 


82)6@91% 


45)4@48/2 


46V^©50 


469^ ©50 


1904 


smim 0274 


88)4® 98 ?8 


90M@1 00^4 


8454® 9478 


79^@8S*6 


49 ©56)6 


50 ©58 ?i 


43;^@547b 





Mess Pork. 


Lard. 


is 




Cash, 
per bbl. 


Ma.r, 
per bbl. 


July. Sept , 
per bbl. per bbl. 


Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 


May. 
per 100 lbs. 


1.. 

2.. 

3 

4.. 

6.. 

7.. 

8.. 

9.. 
10.. 
11.. 
13.. 
14.. 
15.. 
16.. 
17 . 
18.. 
20.. 
21.. 
22.. 
23 . 
24.. 
25.. 
27.. 
28.. 
29.. 
30.. 
31.. 


?12 40 @ 12 45 
12 40 @ 12 45 
12 40 @ 12 45 
12 55 ® 12 60 
12 70 @ 12 75 
12 65 ® 12 70 
12 60 © 12 65 
12 55 ® 12 60 
12 50 ® 12 55 
12 50 ® 12 55 
12 50 ® 12 55 
12 65 ® 12 70 
12 70 ® 12 75 
12 70 © 12 75 
12 80 ® 12 85 
12 80 © 12 85 
12 90 ® 12 95 
12 80 ® 12 85 
12 70 ® 12 75 
12 70 ® 12 75 
12 75 @ 12 80 
12 70 ® 12 75 
12 80 ® 12 85 
12 60 ® 12 65 
12 60 @ 12 65 
12 60 ® 12 65 
12 65 @ 12 70 


12 47/2@12 57/2 
12 47)6@12 57)^ 
12 47)6®12 57/2 
12 57/2@12 67/2 
12 62i^®12 80 
12 72^©12 90 
12 67/2®12 75 
12 62)6@12 70 
12 52/2@12 65 
12 47)4@12 57)i 
12 50 ©12 55 
12 52/2@12 75 
12 75 ©12 85 
12 77}4®12 82)6 
12 80 @12 90 
12 77)4®12 90 
12 92)4@13 00 
12 85 @12 97/2 
12 80 ©12 90 
12 72)4©12 80 
12 80 ©12 85 
12 77/,@12 87)6 
12 75 ©12 90 
12 67)i®12 77/2 
12 55 ©12 70 
12 57/2@12 67)6 
12 67'/i©12 72/2 


12 60 ©12 72)4 
12 62)4®12 70 
12 62i/4@12 70 
12 70 @12 80 
12 77/2@12 92'^ 
12 87)6@13 05 
12 82)6©12 90 
12 80 ©12 82)6 
12 67)4©12 80 
12 65 ©12 75 
12 65 @12 72)4 
12 70 ©12 90 
12 90 ©12 97)4 
12 92)4@13 00 
12 97)6®13 05 

12 95 ©13 05 

13 07)4®13 15 
13 00 ®13 12)4 
12 92/2® 13 00 
12 85 ®12 92)4 
12 95 ©12 97)-" 
12 9214ms 00 
12 90 @13 021X 
12 80 ®12 93)6 
12 70 ©12 87)6 
12 72)4@12 80 
12 85 @12 92)6 


■.:::!: isw^ 


? 6 80 

6 80 ® 6 82"^ 
6 80 ® 6 82)/2 
6 87/2® 6 90 
6 95 © 6 97)6 
6 92)6© 6 95 
6 87/2® 6 90 
6 87/2® 6 90 
6 80 © 6 82/2 
6 82)4© 6 85 
6 82)6© 6 85 
6 92/2® 6 95 
6 95 © 6 97)6 

6 97)4© 7 00 

7 021.^® 7 05 

7 00 @ 7 02i^ 
7 05 ® 7 07/2 
7 00 @ 7 02/2 
7 00 @ 7 02)4 

6 97)6® 7 00 

7 00 ® 7 02/2 
7 02/2® 7 05 

7 02)6© 7 05 

6 97)^® 7 00 

7 00 © 7 02/2 

6 95 © 6 97)6 

7 00 ® 7 02)6 


$6 9.214® 6 95 
6 92)4® 6 97)4 

6 95 © 6 97/2 

7 00 © 7 02)6 
7 00 ® 7 10 

7 05 @ 7 12/j 
7 00 @ 7 05 
7 00 ® 7 05 
6 95 @ 7 00 
6 97/2® 7 00 
6 95 © 6 97li 

6 97)6® 7 10 

7 10 ® 7 12^ 
7 10 @ 7 15 

7 15 @ 7 17'^^ 
7 10 @ 7 15 
7 15 ® 7 20 
7 12/2® 7 17K 
7 07/2® 7 12)6 
7 05 @ 7 10 
7 10 @ 7 15 
7 15 @ 7 17)6 
7 12)^® 7 20 
7 10 ® 7 15 
7 10 @ 7 12^ 
7 05 @ r 10 
7 12)6® 7 15 


1905 
1904 


12 40 ® 12 95 
12 87^@ 14 75 


12 47)4@13 00 
12 75 ®15 40 


12 60 @13 15 
12 95 @15 42)6 


13 17/, 


6 82/2® 7 07/2 
6 65 ® 7 37/2 


6 92)^® 7 20 
6 82/2® 7 80 



67 



LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES. 

sellers^ option as to time, during March, 1905. 



Corn. 


Oats. 


Rye. 


Bar- 
let. 


Contract, 
Sept., 
perbu. 


Con- 
tract, 

cash, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
May, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 

July, 
perba. 


Con- 
tract, 
Sept., 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

cash, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 


Cash, 
per bu. 


47M@48!/2 


31%@31M 


31 @315£ 


31 ®31?^ 


29%®29?i 


75 ®77 


76)6©7734 




40 ®49 


A»%@^% 


31%®32^ 


31i^@315S 


31%@31% 


29M®30 


.... 78 


76/2@78 




40 @49 


48%@485£ 


.... 31% 


31!4@31?£ 


31i/2@31% 


29M@30 


.... 78 


.... 78 




40 ©49 


48?^@48% 


... .S15^ 


315l£@33 


3194@33 


29%©30^ 


.... 78 


.... 78 




40 ©49 


48?i@49i4 


31?.£@33 


315!i®32% 


3m®32% 


30 ©30% 


77 @78V& 


78 @80 




40 ©49 


48^@4996 


.... Sl% 


3lVs@3Z% 


31%@33Ji 


295^@30% 


783^®78^ 


7634@79 




40 @47 


485i@49>^ 


3m,@32yi 


31!4®32^ 


31%®31=^ 


29?^@29% 


78 @78y» 


783i@79 




40 ©49 


48?^@49 


31?i@32M 


3m@32% 


31i4@315^ 


299g@30 


78 ®78i^ 


.... 79 




40 @49 


48i4®49 


31?g@31^ 


31^@32H 


3134®31% 


29%@30 


78 ©78^4 


.... 78 




40 ©49 


48%@49 


.... 31^ 


31^@31% 


31 ®319S 


29%©299« 


78 ©78)6 


78/2@79 




40 @49 


48%@49'.^ 


31!4@32Ji 


31%®31^ 


31 @31!4 


29%@29% 


78 @78i4 


.... 7m 




40 @49 


49ii@50 


.. 32 


31M@32J4 


31%@31M 


29M©30 


78 ©78V4 


.... 7834 




40 ©49 


49?^ ©49% 


31%®33ii 


31%@33M 


31V2@31% 


29?£©30 


78 @78)6 


.... 7834 




40 ©49 


49ii@49^ 


31v2@32^ 


31^®32^ 


3lii®3ira 


29:i^@29% 


.... 7836 


.... 783^ 




40 @49 


49H@49% 


.... 31% 


315^@33 


31^@3m 


295g@29% 


.... 7814 


.... 78^ 




40 ®49 


49 @49% 


.... 3VA 


3irs@32'A 


31'4@31% 


29y2@29% 


78 ©78H 


78 ©80 




40 ©49 


49^®49M 




319g®31% 


31i4@31% 


29yM2S% 


78 ©78)6 


.... 78 




40 ©49 


49^@49^ 


.... 31 


31ii@31^ 


30%®31% 


29%®29M 


.... 7836 


.... 78)6 




40 @49 


48)6®49^ 


30*/2@32>^ 


303i@31i4 


30!4@30% 


293^@29% 


....78)6 


78'4@78^ 




40 ©49 


4896@48JS 


.... 3014 


30!4®30% 


30>i®30% 


29 ®29% 


78 ©7834 


7854@78M 




40 ®49 


48^@49;.i 


.... 305^ 


30)6®30% 


30%@30% 


.... 2914 


78 ©7814 


.... 78)6 




40 ®49 


48M@49;>^ 


30i^@305| 


30>6@30?£ 


30%®30% 


29M@29% 


78 @7834 


78!4©80 




40 ®49 


48%@49?^ 


.... 30^ 


30 ®30% 


30 ®30% 


29 ®39>i 


.... 78^2 


78/2@79 




40 @49 


48>4@49 


.... 295i 


29J^®30J4 


29yi®30H 


283i®29!^ 


78 @78/» 


.... 781^ 




40 ©49 


47J4@48^ 


.... 29% 


29 @29M 


29 m9?i 


28y2®29 


... 78/2 


.... 7834 




40 ©49 


47 ®47M 


.... 2914 


29 ®29^ 


29 @29!4 


28i4®38=^ 


78 @78^ 


.... 783^ 




40 ©49 


47!/2@48 


.... 29% 


2934@29% 


39M@395ii 


28?g®29 


.... -783^ 


.... 7834 




40 @49 


47 @50 


29\i®33ii 


39 @33% 


29 ©3314 


28^@30% 


75 ®7836 


76'4©80 






47M®53M 


38 @^% 


389|@44% 


37 ©41% 


31M@35% 


6634@76 


6834@76 




• 


Lard. 


Short Ei-b Sides. 


Live 
Hogs. 


July, 


Sept., 


Cash, 


May, 


July, 


Sept., 


Cash, 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per luo lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs 


17 07%@7 10 




36 55 @6 70 


S6 70 @6 75 


m 85 ©6 90 


$ 


54 65@,5 12V4 


7 07)i^®7 10 


• ■ . • 


6 57J^@6 70 


6 7254®6 77i4 


6 85 @6 92)6 




4 55©5 02)6 


7 mVMl 10 


720 


6 62'/2@6 75 


6 72y2®6 75 


6 8734@6 90 


.... 


4 60©5 10 


7 15 @7 171/2 


7 273^ 


6 70 @6 82'/2 


6 77^®6 82V^ 


7 9234@6 9734 




4 70@5 15 


7 15 @7 22!/2 


7 35 


6 75 ®6 8754 


6 82i4@6 92% 


6 97!4@7 05 


7 15 


4 75©5 17)6 


7 20 ®7 25 


7 32^® 7 35 


6 75 @6 87^2 


6 87J6®6 95 


7 02'4®7 10 


7 22)6 


4 80®5 20 


7 15 @7 20 


7 27J^@ 7 3214 


6 75 @6 87i/2 


6 83'4®6 87}^ 


7 00 ®7 0234 


.... ^7 17)6 


4 80@5 20 


7 15 ®7 17y2 


7 30 


6 75 ®6 SrVi 


6 83i^®6 85 


7 00 ®7 0354 


7 15 ©7 171/4 


4 70@5 1234 


7 10 ®7 12H 


7 22H 


6 60 ®6 75 


6 77K2®6 85 


6 95 ®7 00 


«... •..• 


4 70®5 12)6 


7 10 ®7 15 


7 25 


6 6214@6 75 


6 80 @6 8236 


6 9736@7 00 




4 75@5 17^ 


7 10 @7 ISH 


7 22^/2 


6 63|/2@6 75 


6 80 @6 83!/2 


6 95 ®6 9754 


.... 7 1234 


4 70®5 15 


7 12M®7 22'/s 


. . 7 35 


6 75 @6 87K2 


6 80 ®6 90 


6 9736®7 05 


.... 7 22/2 


4 70®5 15 


7 22^@7 27J6 


7 35 ® 7 40 


6 75 ®7 00 


6 90 ®6 95 


7 0734®7 1334 


.... 7 35 


4 75@5 17J^ 


7 25 @7 27)6 





6 75 ®7 00 


6 93!4@6 95 


7 07!4®7 12)6 


. . . . . 


4 80@5 20 


7 30 ®7 32'/2 


. ... 


6 87)6®7 00 


6 92i^®7 00 


7 10 @7 mA 


730 


4 85©5 30 


7 25 @7 32J^ 


7 37)6® 7 45 


6 87!/2®7 00 


6 90 @6 97^ 


7 0734©7 1734 


7 25 ®7 32)6 


4 95@5 35 


7 30 @7 32!/2 


742;^. 


6 87!/2@7 00 


6 97/2@7 00 


7 15 ©7 1734 


7 30 @7 32^ 


5 00@5 45 


7 27;^®7 321^ 


7 40 


6 87i4@7 00 


6 90 @7 00 


7 10 ©7 171/2 


7 2734©7 32)6 


5 15©5 50 


7 20 @7 27H 


7 37^ 


6 87^4®7 00 


6 87i4@6 95 


7 0754@7 15 


7 23)6®7 27)6 


5 10®5 45 


7 20 ®7 22)6 




6 75 @7 00 


6 85 ®6 90 


7 05 ©7 073^ 


7 20 ©7 2254 


5 05@5 40 


7 25 @7 30 


7 3754® 7 40 


6 75 @7 00 


6 92!4®6 95 


7 10 ©7 15 


.... 730 


5 10@5 4734 


7 30 @7 ^ZVi 


. 


6 87^®7 00 


6 95 @7 00 


7 1754@7 20 


7 32)6@7 35 


5 15@5 55 


7 27'4@7 35 


7 45 


6 87y2@7 00 


6 95 @7 0214 


7 15 ®7 20 


7 30 ©7 33'4 


5 15@5 50 


7 25 @7 30 


7 3736® 7 42}^ 


6 87J6@7 00 


6 92i^®6 97^2 


7 12)6@7 15 


7 27y2©7 32)6 


5 10@5 47)6 


7 25 @7 2714 


7 40 


6 87>^®7 00 


6 90 @6 95 


7 10 @7 15 


7 27y2@7 30 


5 05@5 42V4 


7 20 @7 27!/2 


7 35 @ 7 SrVi 


6 75 @7 00 


6 90 @6 95 


7 10 @7 15 


••■• >■>■ 


5 00@5 37)6 


7 27H@7 30 





6 87J^@7 00 


6 97^2 


7 15 ©7 17)6 


7 32V^@7 35 


5 05®5 40 


7 07H®7 35 


7 20 ® 7 45 


6 55 @7 00 


6 70 ®7 021^ 


6 85 ©7 20 


7 13^®7 35 


4 55@5 55 


6 97V4®7 95 


7 15 @ 7 47^ 


6 50 ®7 37!/2 


6 65 @7 80 


6 80 @7 8734 





4 70@5 8234 



68 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES FOR THE 

Gash, and deliverable in succeeding months at 



2 

c3 
Q 



1.. 

3.. 
5.. 
6.. 

7.. 

8.. 
10.. 
11., 
12.. 
13., 
14., 
15. 
17., 
18., 
19.. 
20.. 
22. 
24.. 
25.. 
26.. 
27.. 
28.. 
29.. 

1905 
1904 



Wheat. 



No. 2 Bed, 

cash, 

per bu. 



125Si®l 
125li@l 
14 ®1 
17\4®1 
16 ®1 
15)4®1 
14 ©1 
13)6®1 



1 15 



14=^ 
15 

18M 

im 

mi 

18 
17 
15% 



15)6®1 
14 



17)6 
1714 
16 
1 13)6®1 15 
" 15M 
15?i 
13)6 
09 
98 
95 



14>4@1 

1394@1 

08)^®1 

98)4®1 

92)6® 

92 ® 

91 ® 



8814® 
86)6© 



90 
90 
90 



86)6@1 19M 
93 @1 02M 



No.l 

Northern, 

cash, per bu. 



13 ®1 
13%m 
14i^®l 
16 @1 
16 @1 
16 ©1 
16 ®1 

14 ®1 

15 @1 

16 ©1 
16 ®1 
16 ©1 

14 ©1 

15 ©1 
14 ©1 
12 ©1 
00 ©1 
95 ® 

94' @ 
90 ® 
90^@ 

88/2® 



15 
15 

15!4 

18 

18 

17)6 

17 

16 

17 

18 

17 

17 

16 

I614 

15)/2 

13 
07 
97 
95 
95 
93 
91 
91 



88i^®l 18 
85i4@ 96!^ 



Contract, 

May, 

per fau. 



Contract, 
June, 
per bu. 



12M®1 13M 
12^m 14 
14 @1 17fi 
174®1 18% 
16 @1 17)4 
15)6®1 17 

14 ®1 16 
13)i®l 14% 

15 @1 16% 
15)6@1 17 '/4 
14^@1 \7%. 
14 @1 16 
139^@1 15 
144®1 15% 
139g®l 15?^ 
08yj®l 13)6 
98H@1 09 
92!/,© 98 
92 © 95 
91 © 93?4 
86%@ 90 
88)4© 89 
8B)6@ 89 



. 94 

'.'. 94)4 



95 @96 



86%@1 18?^. 
85H® 96% 



94'/2 

94 

92 



,. 8654 
:'. 86)4 



86)6©96 



Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 



87)i®88)i 

87 mm 

S7%®8»% 
87«©89)4 

87)4®88)6 
86?^®87H 

m%m7% 

87)i@88 
87M@88% 



87)'2©88)i 
87%@88M 
87)4®88!4 



86%®87% 
84%@86% 
84)6@859^ 
83)6@85% 
82)i®83V4 
82M®83)6 
81?4@83)i 



819g®894 
81%@88!4 



Contract, 
Sept , 
per bu. 



82)<i®83'4 

82)4®83'2 

825^©837^ 

83 @84 

82^@83^ 

82%@83i?^ 



!2'4 
82)g@82 '.t 

8296®83"4 
82)4@83'4 
82%®82% 

82)6®834 
82?i®&35^ 
82)i®83?8 
81)6®82'3 
81%@82H 
809g@81?i 



80 mm, 

79Hmo 

7m@soys 

78/2©79;'i 



78)6©84 
78%®835^ 



Corn. 



Con- 
tract, 
cash, 
per bu. 



Con- 
tract, 
May, 
per bu. 



46^469g@47^ 
47!/j,46%@47?8 

48!i48)6@4S7s 
48'^ 47 ^©4814 
47%47%®48«^ 
48^4 47%@48% 
49 148 ©48^2 
49 !48V4@48.'8 
49)6 48H®49 
48^ 48?i@49)S-, 
47% 47J4@48Vi 
47)6 47 m»% 
47^47)4@47f8 
47)4 47)g@47''2 
47% i7hi(<U7H 
47)^ 47)i@4-fs 
46 45%@47)8 
46%45i/2@46% 

46 ,45?4®47 
46 '^5 @46% 

47 45%@465i 
46)6 4d%©463S 



46 ©49)6 45 ©49 'g 
46)6@56%45 ©57'/, 





Mess Pork. 


Lard. 


1 



Cash, 
per brl. 


May, 
per brl. 


July 
per brl. 


Sept., 
per brl. 


Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 


May, 
per 100 lbs. 


1.... 

3.... 

6 ... 

6... 

7.... 

8.... 
10... 
11.... 
12... 
13... 
14.... 
15.... 
17.... 
18.... 
19.... 
20.... 
22.... 
24.... 
25.... 
26... 
27.... 
28.... 
29.... 


312 65®12 70 
12 70@12 75 
12 90©12 95 
12 80@12 85 
12 85@12 90 
12 75©12 80 
12 80@12 85 
12 80®12 85 
12 80®12 85 
12 85@12 90 

12 80®12 85 

13 70@12 75 
12 55@12 60 
12 50@12 55 
12 45@12 50 
12 40©12 45 
12 40@12 45 
12 10@12 15 
12 15@]2 20 
12 05@12 10 
11 90@11 95 
11 70@ll 75 
11 80©11 85 


112 70 ©12 75 
12 67yj©12 82H 
12 85 ©12 97H 
12 82'/s®13 00 
12 80 ®12 90 
12 82)6@13 90 
12 80 @12 85 
12 80 @12 87)6 
12 85 @12 90 
12 87)4®12 95 
12 82)6® 12 87)4 
12 70 @12 77)4 
12 50 ®12 70 
12 50 ©12 60 
12 47)6®12 52)6 
12 40 @12 50 
12 42)4@12 45 
12 07)4®12 37)6 
12 07)4®12 20 
12 07)4®13 15 
11 92y,@12 00 
11 7C ®11 87H 
11 72)4@11 85 


112 87y,@12 92)6 

12 87)^®13 00 

13 02)4@13 mA 
13 05 ©13 22/2 
13 02)4@13 15 
13 07)4®13 12% 
13 05 ©13 10 
13 05 ©13 10 
13 07)4@13 15 
13 07/j@13 20 
13 07)6®13 15 
12 95 ®13 07V 
12 77)4®12 95 
12 80 ®12 87)4 
12 75 ®12 82)4 
12 67)6®12 75 
12 7234®12 77)4 
12 40 ©12 70 
12 37)4@12 55 
12 40 ©12 47)4 
12 25 ©12 35 
12 05 ®12 25* 
12 05 ©12 17)4 


i 

i2'82)4®i2"87)4 

12 92)4 

12 60 ©12 65 

'.'.'.'.'. 1260 

12 45 

12 25 ©12 40 
12 27)4®12 35 


$7 02)4®7 05 
7 07)6®7 10 
7 15 ©7 173^ 
7 12)4(&7 15 
7 15 ©7 17)4 
7 10 ©7 12/2 
7 10 ©7 12)4 
7 12)4®7 15 
7 15 ©7 17)4 
7 22)6@7 25 
7 17)^®7 20 
7 15 ®7 17)4 
7 12)4@7 15 
7 15 ©7 17)6 
7 12)4©7 15 
7 07)6©7 10 
7 07)4©7 10 
7 00 ©7 02)4 
7 07)^©7 10 
7 05 ®7 07)4 
7 05 ©7 07)6 
7 02y2©7 05 
7 05 ©7 07)4 


S7 12)4®7 15 
7 12)4©7 20 
7 22)^7 27)4 
7 25 ©7 30 
7 22)4©7 27)6 
7 22)4©7 27)6 
7 20 ©7 25 
7 22M@7 ZI14 
7 2?y2@7 30 
7 27)4@7 37)4 
7 30 ©7 35 
7 25 ®7 30 
7 15 ®7 22)4 
7 22)^©7 25 
7 17)6®7 22)4 
7 15 ©7 17)6 
7 15 ©7 17)4 
7 02)4®7 12)6 
7 07)6@7 17)6 
7 10 ®7 12/2 
7 02)6@7 07)4 
7 00 ®7 05 
7 02;4@7 07)4 


1905.. 
1904.. 


11 70©12 95 
11 60®13 37)6 


11 70 ©13 00 
11 62)6@13 47)4 


12 05 ©13 22)4 
11 95 ©13 70 


12 25 ©12 92)4 
12 17)4@12 55 


7 00 ©7 25 
6 42)4®6 97)4 


7 00 ©7 37)4 
6 42)6®7 07)4 



69 



LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES. 

sellers'' option as to time, during April, 1905. 



Corn. 


Oats. 


Rte. 


Bah- 

LEY, 


Con- 
tract, 
July, 
per DU. 


Contract, 

Sept., 

per bu. 


Contract, 

cash, 

per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
May, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
June, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
July, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
Sept., 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

cash, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 


Cash, 
per bu. 


46?4@475^ 

47 ®47% 

47%@48i4 

477i®489g 

47%@48 

47%@47% 

47?g®48 

47^4@48i4 

48%@48% 

48;4©485^ 

48'4©48M 

47«4®489g 

4756@48% 

47%©47% 

47M®47% 

47%@47M 

4796®473i 

4696®47% 

46Ji®47 

46 @47ii 

459g®46H 

46%®46?6 

45^@46% 


47 ©47% 
47?i@47% 
^7%®^H 

48 @48% 
47^@48^ 
47J6@47^ 
475«@48 
47M@48i4 
48%@48% 
4896@485^ 
489g@48M 
47?i@48?g 
47?^@48% 
47%®48 
47%®48 
47%@47% 
47y2®47% 
46->i@47% 
465g@47j^ 
46%@47/3 
46 @46% 
46J6©46% 
46%@46!4 


.. 29^ 
29Si@31% 

30% 
.. 30 

30 
29%®30 
29?i@30 
.. 30% 
.. 30=5i 
31 ®33 

30% 
30%@32% 
.. 30% 
30?i@315^ 

30 
.. 30 
.. 30 

29*£ 
29!4@29^, 
29 @30% 

29 
.. 29!4 
.. 28% 


29%®29^ 

29%®30 

29^@30% 

29%@30?g 

29=Si@30« 

293Si®30% 

29^@30% 

29%@30% 

30 @30% 

30%®30% 

30 ®30?^ 

29?£®30% 

29%©29% 

29/2©30 

29%®30% 

29i^®29« 

29%©29?£ 

29%©299^ 

28%@29»4 

28?^©29>4 

28ii®28M 

28%@28% 

28ii®28^ 






29i4@295^ 

29J4®295S£ 

29%®30% 

29?i@3034 

29%®29% 

29%@295ii 

29?g®29% 

29?^@29^ 

29^@30% 

30 ©30% 

30 ©30% 

29^®30% 

29%®29% 

29%®30 

29%®30 

29!4®299g 

29ii®399g 

29%@29% 

28%®29% 

28?i@29% 

28%®28% 

28?i®29 

28%@28% 


28%@28X 

28%@28% 

28;S(C®29 

28?i@29 

28^@28M 

289^®28^ 

2896@285^ 

28^@29 

38%@29% 

29%@29% 

29 ©291^ 

28^@29% 

28?i©29% 

28%@29% 

28$g@29 

28%®29 

289g@28^ 

28%®28M 

28%®28M 

28ii®28% 

27^®28% 


.. 78% 
78% 
78 ©78% 
7.8 ©78% 
78 ©78% 
78 ©78% 
78 ©78% 
78 ©78% 
78 ©78% 
78 ©78% 

78 
.. 78 
.. 78 
78 
78 
78 
76 
75 
74 
74 

73 
73 


.. 78% 
78 
78 
78 ©79 
78 ©78% 
78 ©7814 
78 
78 
78 
77%©78 
77%©78 
77%©78 
77 ©78 
77%©78 
77%@78 
.. 77% 
745^4®77 
.. 75 
74 
74 
73/2 
73 
73 


36@50 
40©49 
40®49 
40@49 
40@49 
40@49 
40@49 
40@49 
40©49 
40®49 
40@49 
40®48 
41@48 
40®48 
40@48 
40©48 
40@48 
40@48 
40@48 

40@48 


45?g@48^ 
46?i®54 


46 ®48^ 
46%@52M 


28%@33 
36%®417^ 


28%@30% 
36%®42ii 






28%@30J6 
35J^@40 


27%®29% 
29Ji©33i.^ 


73 ©78% 
66 ©72 


73 ©79 
67 ©74 


.. .. 



Lard. 


Short Rib Sides. 


Live 
Hogs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


Sept., 
per 100 lbs. 


Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 


May, 
per 100 lbs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


Sept., 
per 100 lbs. 


Cash, 
per 100 lbs 


17 30 ©7 32% 
7 27%@7 Z7y. 
7 40 ©7 45 
7 42%@7 47% 
7 40 ©7 47/2 
7 40 ®7 47% 
7 40 ©7 42% 
7 40 ®7 45 
7 42»^7 471/; 
7 42%@7 52% 
7 47%®7 52% 
7 42%®7 50 
7 35 ®7 42% 
7 40 ®7 42^ 
7 37%@7 40 
7 32%®7 37^ 

735 

7 22%@7 30 
7 25 ®7 35 
7 27%@7 30 
7 20 ©7 25 
7 a) ©7 22% 
7 22*^7 25 


S7 42%©7 45 
7 45 ©7 52% 

7 60 

7 55 ©7 62% 
7 55 ©7 60 
7 55 ©7 57% 

7 55 

7 55 ©7 57% 
7 57>^@7 62/2 
7 60 ©7 67% 
7 62/2@7 65 
7 57%©7 62% 
7 50 ©7 57V$ 
7 55 ©7 57% 
7 524@7 55 
7 47%@7 50 
7 50 
7 37%®7 45 
7 37%®7 47% 

745 

7 37%®7 40 
7 35 ©7 37% 
7 37%®7 42% 


16 87%®7 00 

6 87%®7 12% 

7 00 ®7 25 

7 00 ®7 12% 
7 00 ©7 12% 
7 00 ©7 12% 
7 00 ©7 12% 
7 00 ®7 12/, 
7 00 @7 12/2 
7 00 @7 12k 
7 05 ©7 12% 
6 87%@r 12% 
6 87%®7 00 
6 87%©7 00 
6 87i^®7 00 
6 75 ®7 00 
6 75 ®7 00 
6 75 ®6 87% 
6 75 ©6 87% 
6 75 @6 87% 
6 75 @6 8Y% 
6 62%®6 87% 
6 75 @6 87% 


16 97%@7 00 
7 00 ®7 05 
7 10 ®7 17% 
7 10 ©7 20 
7 07%@7 15 
7 10 ©7 12% 
7 10 ©7 22% 
7 07%@7 12% 
7 10 @7 12>^ 
7 10 ®7 15 
7 07%®7 12% 
7 00 @7 07}^ 
6 90 ®7 00 
6 95 ©7 00 
6 92/2©6 95 
6 87%@6 92% 

6 90 

6 75 ©6 85 
6 77%®6 85 
6 82%@6 87% 
6 80 ©6 82% 
6 75 ©6 82% 
6 77%®6 82% 


17 I7%@7 20 
7 17%®7 25 
7 30 ©7 40 
7 32/2®7 40 
7 32/2®7 40 
7 35 @7 37% 
7 32!^®7 37% 
7 32J4©7 37% 
7 35 ©7 37% 
7 35 ®7 42% 
7 32%©7 37% 
7 27%©7 35 
7 17%®7 27% 
7 22%®7 27% 
7 20 @7 25 
7 15 ©7 20 
7 17%©7 20 
7 05 ©7 15 
7 07%@7 15 
7 10 ©7 15 
7 07/2®7 12% 
7 05 @7 10 
7 10 @7 15 


■f7'37%®7'42% 
7 47%®7 55 
7 50 ®7 55 
7 52J^®7 57% 
7 50 ©7 55 
7 52%@7 55 
7 50 ®7 55 
7 52%©7 55 
7 52%©7 60 
7 52%®7 57% 
7 47%®7 52% 
7 37%®7 42% 
7 42%®7 54 
7 40 ®7 42% 
7 32%©7 37% 

7m% 

7 25 ©7 35 
7 27%@7 32% 
7 30 @7 32% 
7 27%®7 32^^ 
7 25 ®7 30 
7 32%@7 35 


?5 10®5 45 
5 05@5 45 
5 30@5 65 
5 35@5 67% 
5 35@5 671^ 
5 35®5 65 
5 30®5 62% 
5 35@5 67% 
5 40®5 72% 

5 35©5 65 
5 35@5 67% 
5 25@5 55 
5 25@5 60 
5 25©5 60 
5 20©5 52% 
5 30®5 60 
5 30@5 60 
5 15®5 57J^ 
5 05@5 50 
4 90@5 37% 
4 75@5 35 
4 70®5 27% 


7 20 ©7 52% 
6 57»^@7 25 


7 35 ©7 67% 
6 70 @7 12% 


6 62i^@7 25 
6 00 @6 87% 


6 75 ©7 22% 
6 15 ©7 00 


7 05 ®7 42% 
6 35 @7 15 


7 25 ©7 60 
6 50 ©6 87% 


4 70@5 72% 
4 40@5 50 



70 
DAILY CURRENT PRICES FOR THE 

Cash, and deliverable in succeeding months at 



1. 
2 

3'. 

4. 

5. 

6 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
29. 
31. 

1905 
1904 



Wheat. 



No. 3 

Red, 

cash, 

per bu. 



87 @ 
90/o@ 
91»4@ 

91/2® 

90%® 

91?a@ 

92 ® 

92 @ 

914® 

91?^@ 

9Wi@ 

95 @ 

97 @1 

97^@1 

96%® 

99 ®1 

1 00'4®1 

1 01%®1 

1 03 ®1 

1 05 @1 

1 07 ®1 

1 08i4@l 

1 06/2@l 

1 0214®! 

1 02 ®1 

1 05 ®1 



91 

945i 

95;!^ 

94yi 

93M 

95% 

95M 

95/2 

95 

95% 

97 

99^ 

OOh. 

01 

99% 

OSVi 

03% 

0414 

08 

08% 

11 

10>4 

08/, 

07M 

06 

O6/2 



87 
00 



@1 11 
®1 06 



No. 1 

North- 

ern.cash, 

per bu. 



93H® 
94/2® 
94 © 
93 ® 



9414® 
95 @ 
94/2® 



95)4® 
97 ®1 

00 ®1 

01 ®1 
00 ®1 
03 @1 
03 ®l 
04%@1 
06 ®1 
08 @1 
10i4®l 
ll?ii®l 
11/»®1 
10 ®1 
08^4®! 
06%®1 



92/2 

97M 

97% 

97 

96^4 

96% 

97H 

99 

98 

98% 

99% 

01% 

0314 

05 

04 

O6/2 

06 

07 

11 

11 

12^ 

13Ji 

13/2 

12 

09% 

08>4 



89/2®l 13?ii 
87^®1 01% 



Con- 
tract, 
Juue, 
per bu. 



91 



93 



1 02 



90 

89% 

91^ 
93?£ 



®1 02/2 
1 04 



98 ®1 01 



89/2@l 04 
90 ® 91 



Con- 
tract, 
July, 
per bu. 



81%@83/2 

82%®84 

83%@84/2 

82Ji@83/2 
82?^@83J4 
S3V8®84M 
83?4@84|i 



839^®84% 

So%m7ra 

86%®88 

87%@88M 



86 ®89/2 
86% ©88% 
86%@88% 
88 @89% 
88%@90% 
8998®90% 
903i@91?4 
89/2@91/j 
90H®91?8 
88^4® 89% 
86%@88/2 



8l%@915!i 

83%@88M 



Con- 
tract, 
Sept., 
per bu. 



78M©79% 

79M®80 

79%mo\i 

78M®79?'8 

78V^®79i4 

78ys@78% 

78/2®79% 

78M@79:J^ 

78 ®78% 

78M®79ii 

78}^m9H 

79^4 

79^@81 

' 5, - - 



80%®81}4 
8C ®835i 

80%@82M 

80?^®82 

81%@82% 

81?4@83;4 

82»4@83M 

83 ®83% 

82M®83% 

83>4@833i 

"" @83^ 

81 @82 



78 @83% 
78%®81^ 



Con- 
tract, 

Dec, 
per bu. 



81 



81?4®82>i 
82i4©82% 
81%@82/2 
82H®83% 
81%®83!4 
82f4®83H 
81/2@82i4 
809i®81^ 



78H®81 



Corn. 



Casta, 
con- 
tract, 
per bu. 



. 48 
. 4914 
. 49»4 
. 48 
. 481^ 
48%@49 
49M@49% 
. 48M 
. 48% 
. 4914 
. 48% 
. 49/2 
. 50% 
. 53 
. 53% 
. 5414 
. 53% 
. 53 
. 56% 
56%®57 

59 ©64% 

60 ®64>4 
5o)<i@60 
52 ®55 

51^@56 



48 
47>€@50 



Con- 
tract, 
July, 
old, 
per bu. 



459g©46?g 



465i®473^ 
46%@47 
46%®47;^ 
47J6@47/2 



46%@47;4 
46%®47/2 
46%@47/2 

47 @47/2 
47^@48J4 
48%®49 
48'4@48?^ 
48/8@49/8 

48 ®48% 
47%@48ii 
47%®48% 
48 ®49ii 
48%®49% 
499^®50^ 
4954®50 
48%®49% 
485^@49% 
49%@50>i 



Con- 
tract, 
July, 
new, 
per bu. 



46%®47?6 

46%®47 

46%®47X 

46%®47% 

46%@47% 

47 ®48 
47%®48% 

48 ©48?^ 

48 @49 
47%@48H 
47%@4854 
47%@48!4 
47%@48% 
48%@49% 

49 ®49?^ 
48%@.49% 
48%@49i^ 
48%®49J's 
49 



45%@50i4 
46%®49'/4 



46!4@4955 





Mess Pork. 


Lard. 


1 

p 


Cash, 
per brl. 


June, 
per brl. 


July, 
per brl. 


Sept., 
per brl. 


Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 


June, 
per 100 lbs. 


1.. 

2.. 

3.. 

4.. 

5.. 

6.. 

8.. 

9.. 
10.. 
11.. 
12.. 
13.. 
15.. 
16.. 
17.. 
18.. 
19.. 
20.. 
22.. 
23.. 
24.. 
25.. 
26.. 
27.. 
29.. 
31.. 


$11 75 @11 80 
11 80 ®11 85 

11 85 @11 90 

12 00 ©12 05 
12 05 ©12 10 
12 05 ©12 10 
12 05 ©12 10 
12 05 ©12 10 
12 20 ©12 25 
12 30 @12 35 
12 25 ®12 30 
12 15 @12 20 
12 30 @12 35 
12 35 @12 40 
12 45 ®12 50 
12 55 ®12 60 
12 45 ®12 50 
12 50 ®12 55 
12 50 ®12 55 
12 45 @12 50 
12 50 ®12 55 
12 40 ®12 45 
12 40 ©12 45 
12 35 ©12 40 
12 35 @12 40 
12 25 ©12 30 


8 






312 05 ©12 17i4 
12 07%®12 15 
12 20 @12 35 
12 25 ®12 32H 
12 32^®12 37% 
12 27!4@13 30 
12 25 @12 37/2 
12 32/2®12 42/2 
12 37%@12 47/2 
12 47V2@12 55 
12 45 ®12 55 
12 37/2®12 45 
12 42%® 12 50 
12 52H®12 60 
12 60 @12 65 
12 62/»@12 75 
12 60 ®12 70 
12 65 ®12 70 
12 62^®12 70 
12 55 ©12 60 
12 55 ©12 60 
12 50 ©12 55 
12 42i^@12 47% 
12 40 ©12 45 
12 40 ©12 42/2 
12 35 ®12 42^ 


fl2 30 ©12 40 
12 30 @12 37% 
12 37/2©12 52!.2 
12 47/,@12 55 
12 55 ©12 60 

1252/2 

12 50 @12 57/2 
12 52/2®12 62/2 
12 60 ®12 67/2 
12 67i4@12 75 
12 67)4®13 72/2 
12 60 ®12 65 
12 65 ®12 70 
12 75 ®12 80 
12 80 @12 87 V" 
12 87%®12 95 
12 82i4@12 87% 
12 87y2@12 90 
12 85 ®12 92/2 
12 77H@12 85 
12 77J^®13 82/2 
12 75 ®12 80 
12 67H©12 72% 
12 65 ©12 70 
12 62%®12 65 
12 60 ©12 67!^ 


$ 7 02/2® 7 05 
7 05 ® 7 07% 

707/2 

7 12%® 7 15 
7 15 © 7 17% 
7 15 ® 7 17/2 
7 15 ® 7 17% 
7 15 @ 7 17/2 
7 ^7yM 7 20 
7 20 © 7 22% 
7 20 © 7 22% 
7 12%© 7 15 
7 15 © 7 17% 
7 20 ® 7 22^ 
7 22/2® 7 25 
7 22>4© 7 25 
7 20 ® 7 22% 
7 22%® 7 25 
7 20 © 7 22/2 
7 15 © 7 17'^ 
7 20 © 7 22% 
7 1734© 7 20 
7 15 © 7 17/2 
7 15 © 7 17/2 
7 15 © 7 17% 
7 15 © 7 17% 




1905 
1904 


11 75 ©12 60 
10 87J^@11 70 




12 05 ©12 75 

10 85 ©12 0754 


12 30 ©12 95 
11 10 ©12 22H 


7 myj^ 7 25 
6 15 ® 6 60 






71 
LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES. 

sellers' option as to time during May, 1905. 



Corn. 



Con- 
tract, 
Sent., 
oW, 
per bu. 



46 ®463i 

46?i@47 

469g®47M 



46M®46?i 
46%®46% 
461@47)4 
46?^®47% 

46%@46% 

46%@47ii 

46?i@47i/8 

46%®47i4 

46%®473i 

475^@4854 

47?i@48 

47%@48/2 

47%@48M 

47M@473i 



48!4@485^ 
48%@49^ 
48!4@48?i 
48 @48^ 
47%@48^ 
48%@49!^ 



46 ®49H 
46%@49 



Con- 
tract, 
Sept, 
new, 
per bu. 



46H@47 

46?^®465g 

46=^@47H 

465^@47% 

46%@47 

46%@47% 

47i^@48 

47/2®47?i 

47%®48i4 



47«@47% 
47i/8@47% 
47>i@48i4 
48 ©48% 
48H@48y,i 
47M@48?g 
479^@48i4 
47$g@48?^ 
48%@48}^ 



46%@4S% 



Con- 
tract, 

Dec, 

old, 
per bu. 



42i4@42% 
43k8@43% 
.... 43/2 
44^@44i4 
44/4 
44?i@44% 

44?^®45V4 
45 @4534 

45"'@459i 
449i@44?i 

45"®453i 
45%@45i4 
45J^46!^ 
.. 46/8 
46 
455^®46/8 
46%®46% 



42 ®44?g 



Con- 
tract, 
Dec, 

new, 
per bu. 



43 @43?^ 
43K@43?g 
43?^@44% 

44 @44k 
44%@44% 

44 ®44/2 
44i^®45 
44%®45 
44?i®44% 

449|®44/2 

44H®45 

44%®45 

45 @45?^ 



45 '®45^ 
44f^@45}i 
45?|®45% 



43 ®45?^ 



Oats. 



Con- 
tract, 
cash, 
per bu. 



28% 



.. 29% 
29%@31% 

.. 30 

.. 29M 

.. 2m 

.. 30 

.. 30% 

.. 30% 

.. 30/s 
30%@31% 

.. 31?i 

.. 31M 

.. 31/2 



29 ®29K 
29»i@29V^ 



.. 309^ 
30M®30% 

.. 31% 
31%®31?i 
31%@32 
31%@31M 
30%@32 



285g®32 
39?^@44M 



Con- 
tract, 
July, 
per bu. 



27?i@28 



29 
29 

29%@29% 
29%®39^ 
29>i@29/2 
29ii®29% 
29}^@29M 
29%®29M 
29%®30H 



29>4®29% 
29J^@29Ji 
29/2 @30 
29%@30% 



30%@309g 
30%®30?i 
30]4mOH 
30^@30% 



28%@30M 
37?g®39!4 



Con- 
tract, 
Sept., 
perbu. 



27%®28% 

27%®28 

28 ®28M 

28 @285i 

27%®28% 

27%@28 

37%@28M 

27M®28% 

27%@28 

27%@28!4 

28 ©28% 

28%®2896 

28 @28M 

28 

28 



28 

28i4@385^ 
28/2@28% 
28%@28=S£ 



28%®28M 
28]4@28%. 



27%®28% 
30ii®31% 



Rye. 



No. 2, 

cash, 

per bu. 



.... 70 
.... 73/2 
.... 73 
.... 73 

70 ®73 
70 @72 

.... 72}^ 
72 @73 
73 

75"@75% 
74'4©75 

76 @77 
77/2@78 

77 ©78 
77 @78 
77 @78 
77 @78 
77 @77i/4 
77^@78 
77 ©78 
77%@78 

77 ©78 
76 ©78 
.... 78 
.... 80 

78 ©84 



70 ©84 
695i®78 



No.2, 

July, 

per bu. 



65 

60 
60 

60" 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
65 



60 @65 
64 @69 



Barley. 



Cash, 
per bu. 



40 @49 
40 ©49 
40 ®49 
40 ©49 
40 ©49 
40 ©49 
40 ©49 
40 ©49 
40 ©49 
40 ©49 
40 @50 
40 ©50 
40 ©50 
42 @50 
42 ®50 
42 @50 
42 @50 
42 ©50 
42 @50 

42 @50 

43 ®50 
42 @50 
42 ®50 

42 ©50 

43 ©50 
42 ©50 



Lard. 


Short Rib Sides. 


Live Hogs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


Sept.. 
per 100 lbs. 


Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 


June, 
per 100 lbs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


Sept., 
per 100 lbs. 


Cash. 
per 100 lbs. 


$7 22/o® 7 27% 
7 22%® 7 25 
7 25 © 730 
7 30 © 7 32/2 
7 321^® 7 37/2 
7 30 ® 7 32% 
7 27%® 7 35 
730 © 735 
7 32%© 7 35 
,'35 © 7 40 
7 35 ® 7 37/2 
7 27%® 7 32/2 
7 273^© 7 30 
7 32%© 7 35 
7 37/2© 7 40 
7 37%® 7 40 
7 32/2® 7 35 

73714 

7 35 ® 7 40 
7 27/2© 7 32/2 
7 273^® 7 30 
7 25 ® 7 30 
7 22%® 7 25 
7 25 ©7 27% 
7 2214® 7 25 
7 22%® 7 25 


•f7 37/2® 7 m/i 

7 37'^© 7 40 
7 42/2® 7 47% 
7 47)4® 7 50 
7 50 @ 7 55 
7 47^® 7 50 
7 45 @ 7 52}4 
7 47%® 7 52% 
7 50 ® 7 52/2 
7 55 ® 7 57^ 
7 52%© 7 57/2 
7 45 © 7 50 
7 47/2® 7 50 

7 52% 

7 55 ® 7 57% 
7 55 @ 7 57/2 

752/2 

7 55 

7 52%® 7 57% 
7 45 ® 7 50 

7 47% 

7 45 ® 7 47% 

742% 

7 42%® 7 45 

742% 

7 40 © 7 45 


i6 87/2@7 00 
6 87/2®7 00 
6 87/2@7 00 

6 87/2®7 00 

7 00 ©7 12% 
7 00 ©7 123^ 
7 00 ®7 1234 
7 00 ®7 12^ 
7 05 ©7 15 

7 05 ©7 15 
7 05 ©7 15 
7 00 @7 12% 
7 00 @7 I21/2 
7 05 @7 15 
7 05 ®7 15 
7 05 ©7 15 
7 05 ©7 15 
7 05 ©7 15 
7 05 ®7 15 
7 05 ®7 15 
7 12%@7 25 
7 12%@7 25 
7 05 ©7 15 
7 00 ©7 12/2 
7 00 ©7 12/2 
7 05 ©7 20 


1 


S7 12^@7 17/2 
7 15 ©7 1734 
7 20 ©7 27% 
7 25 ©7 27/2 
7 27%®7 3234 
7 25 @7 27% 
7 2234@7 27/2 
7 25 ®7 30 
7 27%@7 30 
7 30 @7 32% 
7 27/2©T 30 
7 20 ©7 25 
7 22%@7 25 
7 35 ©7 30 
7 25 ®7 82% 
7 27/2®7 30 
7 25 @7 27% 
7 27% 
7 25 @7 30 
7 22^®7 27/2 
7 22/2®7 27/2 
7 20 ®7 25 
7 20 @7 22/2 
7 17/2@7 ^/2 
7 17!4®7 22/2 
7 17!4@7 22/2 


$7 3234©7 37/s 
7 37/2@7 40 
7 42/2®7 47/2 
7 45 ©7 47% 
7 50 ©7 55 
7 473^©7 50 
7 45 ©7 52/2 
7 47%®7 5234 
7 47H@7 52% 
7 5234@7 57/2 
7 50 ©7 55 
7 45 ®7 50 
7 45 ©7 50 
7 50 ©7 55 
7 52%®7 55 
7 50 ®7 55 
7 47/2@7 52/2 
7 50 ©7 52/2 
7 50 ©7 55 
7 4734®7 53% 
7 47/2@7 52/2 
7 45 ©r 50 
7 43/2@7 45 
7 42/2@7 45 
7 42V4@7 47% 
7 423^2@7 47/2 


S4 70©5 35 

4 75@5 37J^ 

5 00®5 55 
5 15®5 65 
5 15@5 65 
5 00©5 50 

5 00©5 52H 

4 95@5 50 

5 05®5 60 
5 10©5 60 
5 00©5 50 

4 85@5 37% 

4 90©5 47)4 

5 00©5 5734 
4 95@5 52/2 
4 80@5 40 

4 85©5 4734 
4 90@5 57% 
4 90©5 60 
4 85@5 50 
4 80@5 50 
4 75@5 47/2 
4 75@5 47% 
4 70@5 40 
4 60@5 40 


7 22!^® 7 40 
6 22%® 6 77% 


7 37/2® 7 57% 6 87/2@7 25 
6 40 ® 6 87/2 6 00 ©6 75 




7 12/2@7 32/2 
6 30 ©6 75 


7 32V2@7 57H 
6 47%@6 92% 


4 60@5 65 
4 20@4 95 






72 
DAILY CURRENT PRICES FOR THE 

Cash, and deliverable in succeeding monihs at 



2 

Q 



1. 
2. 
3. 
5. 

6. 
7., 
8., 
9., 

10. 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

17. 

19. 

•20. 

21. 

22. 

23. 

24. 

26. 

27. 

28. 

29. 

30. 



1 05%m 
1 0696@1 
1 04H@1 
1 03 @1 



1 02 
1 



1905 
1904 



Wheat. 



No. 2 

Red, 

cash, 

per bu. 



@1 



@1 



01 
99 
99 
99^@1 
99i4@l 
98 @1 
95 @ 
94 @1 



99 
1 02 



1 03 



@1 
@1 
1 
@1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



07 

079^ 

05% 

04 

04 

03 

OOM 

01 

01 

01 

00 

97 

00 

98 

00 

03}!i 

03 

04 

03 

05 

04 

03% 

04 

04 

04 

05 



94 



@1079i 
@1 06 



No. 1 

North- 

ern,cash, 

per bu. 



os%m 

10 @i 

11 @i 

12 @1 

11 @1 

10%@1 

iiy2@i 

12M@1 

12 @1 
11J4@1 
11 @1 
11%®1 
12V4@1 
12^@1 
13% @1 
14 @1 

imm 

17 @1 

17V4@1 

17 @1 

19 @1 

19 @1 

1 

1 

1 



09 
139^ 

12/2 

13'/i 

13J4 

13 

12ii 

12>^ 

13 

13>4 

13 

11% 

1296 

13V4 

14J4 

14^4 

16 

17 

17% 

im 

18M 

i9y» 

19 

20 
20 



85%@87J6 
;i4 



1 (yr%m 20 
92 @i 00 



Con- 
tract, 

July, 
per bu. 



89^@90% 
90^@91M 
90%@92% 
91?^@94 



84%@94 
83Jg®89M 



Con- 
tract, 
Sept., 
per bu. 



8796®89 81%@82% 
" ■"' 83X®83H 

83 @82% 
87 "@88J^ 81M®82Ji 
87Ji@88i4 81J6®83M 
■ 81 @82% 
84%@869| 80%@815i 
85H@86%81 @82 

815^@829^ 

81=li@83 
86^@87J6 81%®83 
" 82 @83 

86X@879i 82%@83% 
87H@885g 835i®84% 
87%@89% 83%@85>i 
87%@89V4 833i@85M 

83=!i@85^ 
88%@90 84H®84% 
. _ .83%@84% 
90%mm 84.%@85% 



84%@85% 



86 @87% 

87 @89ii 



80/2®90;4 
79^@83}4 



Con- 
tract, 

Dec., 
per bu. 



81%@82% 
81H®82 

81 ©SIH 
81%@82K8 
80%@82 
80$6®81!>4 
80%@81% 
819^®82 
8m@S2M. 
815I£®82M 

82 @82M 

83M@85% 

83%@85i4 

83%@85 

83%@84M 

832i@84% 



84H®85i4 

84?g®86 

85%®87 

86%@88}4 

87%@90 



79k@82% 



Corn. 



Casta, 
con- 
tract, 
per bu. 



52I^®54 
.... 52% 
... 52>i 
5l3i@52J4 
52i4®53ii 
.... 52J6 
.... 534 

53ii@53H 
.... 54 
.... 54V^ 
.... 535!£ 
.... 54M 
.... 54% 
54H@55 
54i/2@b5 
55^@554 
55i|®55« 
55^@55V4 
54}4®55J4 

55ii@55% 

55^@56 

56!4@56?i 

55%®56 

56}i@56H 



515^@56=ii 
473^@50% 



Con- 
tract, 
July, 
old, 
per bu. 



50^®51^ 

505S@51% 

49%®51}6 

499g@50^ 

5096®519g 

50%@513Si 

51%@535Si 

519g@52% 

5l%@52% 

51^®53^ 

52Vi@53V4 

52^^@53?i 

52%@53K 

53H@535i£ 

53i6®54M 

53%@54% 

53>i@55 

54i4®55% 

54J4@55!>6 

539g@55i4 

53^@54 

53?£@55^ 

549g@56^ 

55%@57 

54%@56 

55>4@56 



Con- 
tract, 
July, 
new, 
per bu. 



49%®51 

50ii®50% 

49%®50% 

49!^®5034 

50 @51 

50J4®51 

50H@52^ 

51^®52 

51^®51X 

51i4®53H 

51%@52% 

52 @53 
52%®53% 
52M®53% 

53 ®54 
53^®54y2 
54>4®54% 

54 mi% 

53%®549^ 
53 ©53% 
53%@54% 
54%@56i4 
55%®56% 

d4%@55% 



49%@57 
47^@51>4 



49^®56H 



Con- 
tract, 
Sept., 

old, 
per bu. 



49^®50^ 
49M®50i4 

49 ®im 

48%®493i 

49!/j@50K 

49%®50H 

49%®50?£ 

50>4®50JS 

509i@51 

505^@51X 

50^®52 

51%®52 

51%@53 

51%@52?g 

51Js[@525l£ 

52H@5^ 

523^@53 

53%@53% 

53 ®5396 
52}^®53K, 
52?6®52% 
52%®54H 

54 ®56 
54M®56 
54 @55% 
54ii®54% 



48%®56 
47H@4956 





Mess Pork. 


Labd. 


03 


Cash, 


JulT. 


Aue., 


Sept., 


Cash, 


July, 


"—1 


per 


brl. 


per brl. 


per brl. 


per brl. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


1.. 


$12 45 


@12 50 


J13 45 ©12 57% 


« 


$12 70 @12 82% 


17 30 ©7 231/^ 


17 27%® 7 33% 


2.. 


12 55 


@12 60 


12 60 ®13 67% 






12 87%®12 95 


7 22%® 7 25 


7 32%® 7 35 


3.. 


12 50 


@13 55 


1260 






12 85 ©12 87% 


7 20 ® 7 22% 


7 32% 


5.. 


12 65 


®13 70 


12 67%©12 75 






12 95 @13 00 


7 30 ® 7 32% 


7 37J^® 7 40 


6.. 


12 75 


®13 80 


13 75 ©12 SSKs 






13 02%@13 12% 


7 35 @ 7 37% 


7 40 © 7 45 


7.. 


12 65 


@12 70 


12 67V4®13 75 






12 95 ©13 05 


7 27%® 7 30 


7 35 @ 7 42% 


8.. 


12 55 


©12 60 


12 57%@12 62% 






12 87%@12 97% 


7 20 @ 7 22% 


7 30 @ 7 37% 


9.. 


12 50 


®12 55 


12 47V4®12 57yg 






12 77%@12 87% 


7 12%® 7 15 


7 15 ® 7 27% 


10.. 


12 50 


@12 55 


12 52J^®12 55 






13 82%®13 85 


7 12%@ 7 15 


7 15 @ 7 22'^ 


12.. 


12 60 


©12 65 


13 55 @13 62% 






12 83>^13 92% 


7 17>i® 7 20 


7 20 © 7 27% 


13.. 


12 50 


©12 55 


12 52V4@12 65 






12 85 ®12 95 


7 15 ® 7 17% 


7 22%© 7 27% 


14.. 


12 50 


©12 55 


13 47i/2®13 53^4 






12 80 ©12 85 


7 17%© 7 20 


7 17%® 7 25 


15.. 


12 55 


©12 60 


13 52%®12 62^2 






12 82%@12 95 


7 22^^7 25 


7 22}^® 7 30 


16.. 


12 65 


©12 70 


12 62'/2®12 72% 






13 95 ®13 05 


7 20 ® 7 22% 


7 25 ® 7 32% 


17.. 


12 75 


©12 80 


12 72%®13 80 






13 073^®13 10 


7 25 ® 7 27% 


7 27%© 7 35 


19.. 


12 65 


@12 70 


12 67%@13 75 






12 97%®13 07H 


7 20 ©7 22% 


7 25 © 7 27% 


20.. 


12 50 


©12 55 


12 52H@12 65 






12 83%@12 95 


7 15 ® 7 17% 


7 20 © 7 22% 


21.. 


15J45 


©12 50 


13 47%®12 50 






12 77J^@13 82% 


7 15 ® 7 17% 


7 20 © 7 22% 


22.. 


12 45 


©13 50 


12 47%®12 55 






12 80 ®13 90 


7 15 ® 7 17% 


7 33i^© 7 27% 


23.. 


12 55 


©13 60 


12 50 @12 60 






13 80 ®12 97% 


7 23%© 7 25 


7 22%® 7 30 


24.. 


12 55 


©13 60 


12 57%®13 67« 






12 87V<;@13 05 


7 30 ® 7 22% 


735 @ 730 


26.. 


12 65 


©12 70 


12 67V4@12 75 






12 97%@13 05 


7 25 @ 7 27% 


7 30 © 7 32% 


27.. 


12 65 


©12 70 


12 62»4®12 70 






12 95 ©13 05 


7 23%© 7 25 


7 25 ® 7 321^ 


28.. 


12 75 


@12 80 


13 62V4®13 SSVi 






12 95 ©13 15 


7 22%© 7 25 


7 25 @ 7 27% 


29.. 


12 65 


©12 70 


12 65 ®12 75 






13 00 ©13 10 


7 25 © 7 273^ 


7 25 © 7 32% 


30.. 


13 60 


©13 65 


12 60 ®12 &!i4 






12 95 @13 03% 


7 25 ©7 27% 


7 25 ® 7 27i4 


1905 


13 45 


©12 80 


12 45 ©13 82H 






12 70 ®13 15 


7 12}^ 7 37% 


7 15 © 7 45 


1904 


11 30 


©13 10 


11 32H@13 15 





11 57%@13 42% 


6 32%® 7 05 


6 37%© 7 12% 



73 



LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES. 

sellers^ option as to time during June, 1905 



Corn. 



Con- 
tract, 
Sept., 
new, 
per bu. 






48^®49i4 
49^@50 

49«®50X 
49%@50)^ 
50H@51 

51M@51% 

515!i@529g 

53 ®529^ 
52^®533i 
52^@53>4 
52>g®53^ 
52 ®52V^ 
b2}&@5?.% 
53H®55^ 
54%@55^ 
53^@54% 

54 ®549g 



48}4@555g 



Con- 
tract, 
Dec, 
old, 
per bu. 



47«®48H 
473i@48J6 
4r @47X 

47%®47?6 
.. 48 



46 @469g 
45^®46X 
46K@47 



48^4 @49 

49 @49% 
49 

49?6®49?i 

50 @50% 
50^@51 
50 ®50% 
50 @50% 
50i4@60ys 
49H@50% 



50?C@51X 



50%@51?i 
50%@51?i 



47 @51?i 
42?i®45 



Con- 
tract, 
Dec, 
new, 
per bu. 



46 @47% 



46?g@47J4 
47i4®475i 
47M@47% 
47J^@48i4 
47?^@48i4 



47%®48i4 
K 

48%®49^ 
48=!i@49^ 
48^@49i^ 
485^@49 
48M@49 



48%®49'/j 
49H@50 



51^@51»4499^@49% 



49 @49J6 



452i@50 



Oats. 



Con- 
tract, 
cash, 
per bu. 



31 ©3254 

..._305^ 
31>4®32 
31i4f32>4 
30%®33 
31 ®323i 
31^@32M 
.. 31H 
30% 
305i®31M 
.... 30J4 
30«@31H 
.. 31^ 
.. 31?^ 
.. 31« 
.. Siyj 
3iy2@325g 
.... 32 
32Jg®325g 
31%@33 

32M®33 
.... 32% 
32)6®32% 
.. 32^2 



28%®29?£ 



30}^®30% 

30V,@319« 

31Ji@31M 

31 @31^28%@29% 

30%@3196 28H®29H 



30i4@33'4 
395£@42J4 



Con- 
tract, 
July, 
per bu. 



31 

31H®31Ji 

30»@31?6 

305^@31 

30%®30% 

30>4®31 

30%@31Ji 

30«@31% 

30%@3iy2 

30%@31H 

3196®31« 

31ii®32 

32 @32J6 

31%@32M 

3l%®32% 

32f6@32% 

3^@^S£ 

31$g@33 

32^®32M 



30K®33 
37^@40K 



Con- 
tract, 
Sept., 
per bu. 



29^@30 



285!i®29^ 
^5^@29H 



29 

29 @29ii 
29^®29^ 
29^@29% 
29^®30 
29?i@30J^ 

30 @3oy2 

30H®31J6 
30>^®31?^ 
305«@31% 
309^@31% 
31ii@31^ 



28!/2@31% 
30%@32% 



Con- 
tract, 
Dec, 
per bu. 



29% 
29?g®29=^ 
299i@29^ 



29H®29^ 
29!4®29)6 
299^®295l£ 
29i^30i4 
29M®30% 



30i^®301 
30^®31i4 
31M@31% 
31 @31% 
31^®31% 
319^@32ii 
319g®32H 
3196®32% 
3l%®32% 



29i4®32V4 
31>4®33 



Rte. 



No. 2, 

cash, 

per bu. 



75 
75 

79" 



77 



N0.2, 

July, 

per bu. 



.... 67 
68 ®70 
66 @68 

, 66 

. 66 
66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

. 66 

- 663^ 



75 @79 

63i4@75 



66 ®70 
57i4@67>6 



BABIiET. 



Cash, 
per bu. 



42 @50 
42 @50 
42 @50 
42 @50 
42 @50 
42 ®50 
42 @50 
42 @50 
42 ®50 
42 @50 
42 ®50 
42 ®50 
42 @50 
42 @50 
42 ®50 
42 ©50 
42 @50 
42 @50 
42 ®30 
42 @50 
42 @50 

42 ®50 

43 ©50 
42 ®50 

42 ©50 

43 @50 



Lard. 


Short Rib Sides. 


Live Hogs. 


Aug., 


Sept.. 


Cash, 


Juiy, 


Aug., 


Sept., 
per 100 lbs. 


Cash, 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 




J7 471/s® 7 521^ 


J7 20 ©7 30 


$7 2214m 32^8 


1 


$7 50 ®7 57H 


{4 55©5 35 




7 50 © 755 


7 25 ©7 37% 


7 30 ©7 35 




7 55 ©7 60 


460©5 40 




7 50 @ 7 52Jii 


7 25 ©7 37}^ 


7 27!4@7 30 




7 55 ®7 57% 


4 50@5 37>^ 




7 55 ©7 57^2 


7 30 ©7 40 


7 32ys@7 40 




7 57V4@7 65 






7 57H© 7 62V4 


7 37H©7 50 


7 42%©7 47H 




7 67V4@7 72^ 


460©5 45 




7 55 © 7 62J6 


7 35 ©7 45 


7 37%©7 42% 




7 65 ©7 70 


4 60©5 47% 




7 47JIS© 7 55 


7 35 ©7 45 


7 32H©7 40 




7 60 ©7 65 


455©5 40 




7 35 @7 47H 


7 25 ©7 35 


7 30 ©7 35 




7 55 ©7 62H 


455©5 40 




7 37%© 7 42J6 


7 25 @7 35 


.... 7 32% 




7 60 ©7 62% 


4 60@5 42H 




7 42J6© 7 47y, 


7 30 ®7 40 


7 35 ©7 40 




7 60 ©7 67H 


4 65©5 42'^ 




7 42>6© 7 47^ 


7 37%®7 50 


7 37^©7 42% 




7 65 ©7 67^ 


4 65®5 42H 




7 37^4© 7 45 


7 37%®7 50 


7 35 ©7 40 




7 60 ©7 67% 


4 60©5 40 




7 43ii© 7 50 


7 3754@7 50 


7 37H©7 47y2 




7 65 ©7 72^ 


4 65^42% 




7 45 @ 7 55 


7 50 @7 60 


7 47ys©7 52% 




7 72%®7 77y5 


465®5 50 




7 50 © 7 55 


7 60 ®7 70 


7 47V4@7 62% 




7 75 @7 87% 


4 70®5 47^ 




7 45 © 7 50 


7 60 ®7 70 


7 60 ©7 65 




7 82y2©7 87% 


4 65@5 45 




7 40 © 7 42)6 


7 55 ©7 65 


7 55 ©7 60 




7 75 ©7 85 


4 60@5 40 




7 40 © 7 4254 


7 55 ©7 65 


7 52^@7 55 




7 73^@7 77^ 


450©5 35 




7 42%© 7 45 


7 55 ©7 65 


7 55 ©7 60 




7 75 ©7 80 


4 55©5 37>^ 




7 42%© 7 52H 


7 65 ©7 75 


7 57^©7 67y» 




7 77^@7 90 


4 60©5 42% 




7 42%© 7 52H 


7 65 ®7 80 


7 67%@7 75 




7 8734©7 95 


4 65©j;45 




7 50 © 7 52% 


7 80 ®7 90 


7 80 ©7 85 




7 971^@8 02% 


4 75©5 55 




7 47%© 7 55 


7 80 ©7 90 


7 82H@7 87i4 




795 @8 05 


5 10©5 60 




7 45 @ 7 i7ii 


7 82H©7 92^ 


7 80 ©7 85 




7 95 @8 02yj 


5 15@5 65 




745 ©7 50 


7 75 ©7 87^2 


7 75 ©7 82V4 




7 92!4@8 02% 


5 05@5 52^ 




7 45 © 7 47V4 


7 70 ©7 80 


7 67^©7 75 




7 92y2©7 97% 


5 00@5 52% 




7 35 ©7 62% 


7 20 ©7 92% 


7 22^©7 87V4 




7 50 ©8 05 


450®5 65 




6 52>4© 7 30 


6 50 @7 62V4 


6 60 @7 65 




6 75 ©7 85 


4 35®5 45 



74 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES FOR THE 

Cash, and deliverable in succeeding months at 





Wheat. 


Corn. 


6 


No. 3 
Ked, 

cash, 
per bu. 


No. 1 
North- 
ern, cash, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
Aug., 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
Sept., 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 

Dec, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 

May, 
per bu. 


Cash, 
con- 
tract, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
Sept., 
old. 
perbu. 


Con- 
tract, 
Sept., 
new, 
per bu. 


1.. 

5.. 

6 . 

7.. 

8.. 
10.. 
11.. 
13.. 
13.. 
14.. 
15.. 
17.. 
18.. 
19.. 
20.. 
31.. 
22 
24;; 
25.. 
26.. 
27.. 
28.. 
29.. 
31.. 


98 @1 05 
95 
91^® 92^2 
93H®1 00 
92)6® 9354 
92^® 93^ 
92Vi® 93 

92 ®1 01 
91 @1 01 
90 @1 00 
.... 89'/2 
.... 87'/i 

87 © 88 

88 K@ 8814 

90^4 
92U® 9314 

93 ® 931/. 

90 
90 
87^4® 88 
87V4@ 88 
88J6@ 8954 
86S/2® 875!i 
86H© 87M 


1 16 ®1 20 

1 18 ®1 19 

1 17 ©1 18 

1 IS ©1 19 

1 18 

1 17 

1 17 ©1 18 

1 17 

1 16 

1 15 

1 15 

1 15 

1 15 

113 

1 12 ©1 15 

1 12 ©1 15 

1 12 @l 15 

1 12 @1 15 

1 12 ®1 15 

1 12 ®1 15 

1 12 ©1 15 

1 12 ©1 15 

1 12 ©1 15 

1 12 ©1 15 


849 


. "85 

85% 

"85% 

s® 84 '1 


89%®90:^ 
87^®9154 
86)6®87?i 
87 ©88/2 
87)fi@88% 
86%@88;i 
87>4@88/2 
85.^@87K2 
84!4@85% 
835^@84M 

82%@83% 
82)6®83H 

85>4®88 

89 mo% 

86%@885i 

85M®87 

95%m7% 

85%m7% 

84%®86i4 


89H®90% 

87%©90)^ 

86!4©87% 

8734@88M 

87%@88?i 

87 @88% 

87i/2®88i/2 

86 ©87)6 

84'^©851 

83'/2@849^ 

83Ji©84% 

82% ©83% 

82)6 ©83/2 

82%©85 

85'/2®88)6 

87M®90)4 

89'/2@91 

87)i©89 

86%@89'4 

86i4@87?i 

86)4®88% 
85)^®87}i 
851®87)i 


91)4®92)4 
89H®92 

S8%m9M 
899g@90i^ 
89V4@905g 
89!4®90% 

89%®90)6 

88)4@895i 

862i@88 

8o%@86^^ 

86 @86% 

84%@85Ji 

84%®85% 

85>/2®87)i 

87%@897i 

90 @92 

91}4®92'8 

89 @90% 

89 ©91)6 

89 @9G 

895^@90?4 
89 @90% 
88 ©89% 
88)4®89/2 


56i4@56M 
56)4@57 

57 ©57)4 

58 @58)i 
53 ©58)4 
... 58 
57)i@57)6 
.... 57)4 
.... 56% 
.... 571^ 
57i4@58;4 
58 ©5314 
.... 57/2 
.... 57Ji 
573i@58 
.... 59 
.... 57)6 
.... 57 
57 ©57)4 
.... 56'/2 
55)4©55)6 
.... 55)6 
.... 5551£ 
53?4©55 


54?^@55% 

54%@56 

55%@56 

55M©57 

56)4©56?^ 

5oH.@56% 

54%®56% 

54%®55% 

54%@55y2 

54!4®55)'8 

54%®55% 

543i©56% 

55)g®55!/2 
54)6®55% 
55)6®56)4 
55%@56)^ 

5i%(moys 

545^@55)i 
53^@54% 
52/2®54)6 
52%@53% 
52)4®53)i 
51)6@53% 


54)4®55 

54)4@55V4 

541®55)4 

55V2@56V4 

55%©56i^ 

55 @56% 

54%@56 

54y2@55^ 

54)6®55)6 

54)4®54% 

54?i@55)i 

54%®55?4 

54%©55)4 

54%©55>^ 

55)i@55)4 

54?^@56 

55)4®55% 

54!4©54?S 

54%®545g 

53?g@54!/2 

52%@53% 

52)4@53 

53)6®52% 

51)i®52)i 


1905 
1904 


86)6©1 05 
94/2@l 12 


1 12 ®1 20 
94;4@1 06^ 


84%@ 85% 


82Hmiii 

80?^®91% 


8,2%@Ql 
80%®90;4 


84%®92% 
83%®93 


53?4®59 
47}^®50 


51)4@57 
48%®50^^ 


51i4®56)4 







Mess Pork. 


Lard. 


a5 


Cash, 


Aug., 


Sept., 


Oct., 


Cash, 


Aug.. 


Q- 


per 


brl. 


per brl. 


per brl. 


per brl. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


1.. 


312 75 


©12 80 


a 


S12 97i4®13 02>/2 


$. . . . 13 05 


$ 7 25 @ 7 27)6 


s 


5.. 


12 55 


®12 60 




12 77!/i®13 00 


12 82)4©12 85 


7 15 




6 . 


12 55 


@12 60 




12 72>^®12 85 


13 77i/2©12 85 


705 




7.. 


12 55 


@12 60 




12 70 ®12 80 


13 80 


7 02)6® 7 05 




8.. 


12 75 


®12 80 




12 82)4®13 0214 


13 85 ©13 02)6 


7 10 ® 7 12)6 




10.. 


12 65 


®12 70 




12 85 ®13 12)6 


12 87)4 


7 02)4® 7 05 




11,. 


12 65 


@12 70 




12 72)/2@12 85 


12 80 ©12 90 


7 02)4® 7 05 




12.. 


12 50 


®12 55 




12 62!/2®12 75 


12 67!4®12 85 


6 97)4® 7 00 




13, 


12 55 


®12 60 




12 62)6@12 75 


12 70 @13 83'/» 


7 02)4® 7 05 




14 


12 65 


®12 70 




12 75 ©12 87i4 


12 82)6®12 90 


7 05 @ 7 07)6 




15.. 


12 85 


®13 90 




12 87)6®13 00 


13 00 ®13 07)6 


7 12)4® 7 15 




17.. 


12 80 


®12 85 




12 82)i®12 92y2 


12 90 @12 97)1. 


7 05 © 7 10 




18.. 


12 85 


©12 90 




12 87)6®12 971/2 


13 02%@13 05 


7 10 




19.. 


12 85 


©12 90 




12 90 ®13 02H 


12 97)4®13 10 


7 10 ® 7 12)4 




20.. 


12 70 


©12 75 




12 77)4®12 95 


12 82)^®13 92)6 


7 03)4® 7 05 




21.. 


12 90 


©12 95 




12 87!4®13 00 


12 97'^®13 00 


7 05 ® 7 07)6 




22.. 


12 80 


©12 85 




13 77)i®12 92^2 


12 80 @12 92% 


7 00 ® 7 03)4 




24.. 


12 95 


©13 00 




12 90 ®13 05 


12 95 ©13 07)6 


7 05 @ 7 07)< 




25.. 


13 00 


©13 05 




12 95 ©13 10 


12 97>^©13 07^2 


7 10 ® 7 13)6 




26.. 


12 95 


©13 00 




12 92/,@13 10 


12 90 ©12 97)6 


7 07)4® 7 10 




87.. 


13 05 


®13 10 




12 97)4©13 15 


12 97)4©13 07'/2 


7 13)^ 7 15 




28.. 


13 05 


@13 10 




13 12»^@13 22)6 


13 12)6®13 17)4 


7 15 ® 7 17/2 




29.. 


13 05 


@13 10 




13 12}-$@13 17)6 


13 10 


7 13)6® 7 15 




31.. 


13 35 


®13 40 




13 25 ©13 45 


13 10 ©13 37)6 


7 25 ® 7 27)4 




1905 


12 50 


@13 40 




12 62)6©13 45 


12 67/2@13 37!4 


6 97)^© 7 27)4 




1904 


12 60 


©13 10 




12 62)6©13 3o 


12 65 ©13 20 


6 75 @ 7 15 


695 



75 



LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES. 

sellers^ option as to time during July, 1905. 



Corn. 


Oats. 


Rte. 


Barley. 


Con- 
tract, 
Dec, 
old, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
Dec, 
new, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 

May, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
cash, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
Sept, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
Dec, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
May, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

cash, 

perbu. 


No.2, 
Sept., 
per bu. 


Cash, 
per bu. 


50% ©51% 
51M©52% 
51 ©51 >i 
51M©52)6 
513i©52)6 
bWs@S>2% 

5mmi% 

50%@51i4 

50%®50% 

49%@50ii 

49V4®50)4 

49M©50)i 

49%®49% 

49%@50?^ 

50%®50% 

50)6®50?^ 

50)6®50% 

49M@49M 

49%®49K2 

48^©49^ 

48 @49J4 

47)6®48 

479g©48 

47;4©47% 


49 ©49% 

49)i@49% 

49 ©4914 

49%@50K8 

49%@50)g 

49i4©50 

4934 ©49% 

48)6 ®48% 

4:7%mi% 

47y2©4834 

47%©48 

47)6@48 

47M®485^ 

48H®48% 

48)i©48)6 

48)i©48% 

47y2©47% 

47)6©475^ 

46M@47^ 

453£©46% 

45)4@45% 

45% ©45% 

45)6 ©45% 


48^®49 

48%@49 

iSH®^% 

48%@49% 

49 ©49% 

48%@49)i 

48>i@49)6 

48 ©48)i 

47)4@48)i 

47)6©47K2 

47)6©47=^ 

47^©475^ 

47)i©47« 

47%©48ii 

47?i@48y2 

47?6@48i^ 

47%@48)i 

47!4®47Vs 

47%@47% 

46%@47)i 

4556@46% 

45%©45% 

45i4@45M 

45 ©45)6 


... 32% 
32'4@34 
32%@34 
33iA@34 
33%©34 
... 33 
.... SSVs 
33'4®34>4 
32%@33% 
33 ©33)4 
32 u 

3iji@33y2 

.... 31)i 

. . 32)4 
32;^@32M 
... 32)6 
32 @32^i 
31%@32 
..., 31M 
31 ©321/2 
29H@31?g 
29!/2@32 
29)6@39)i 
.... 27 


31%@32 

31%©32)^ 

31 ©31% 

31%@31M 

31%®31M 

31)4©31% 

3m.@3m 

31)g©31>6 

30>^®31)6 

30 ©30)i 

30)g©30)4 

29 ©30)4 

28^©29)i 

38%@29M 

29%©29=^ 

39)6@30 

39%©29% 

29)6 @29M 

28%@29?6 

28)6@29 

28)4@28% 

28 ©28)6 

37=^@28% 

27)6©27M 


32)6@32?6 

31%©33% 

3156©33 

33 ©32)4 

31%@32% 

33 ©33)4 

31% ©32)6 

3156@33 

31)6@3H/2 

30)6@3134 

30?£©31)6 

2996©30?6 

29)4©29M 

29)i@30)6 

30 ©30!4 

30 ©30J^ 

30 ©30J6 

30 ©30% 

29% ©30^4 

29 ©29)6 

28%@29;4 

28)6©29 

28]4®28% 

37M©38% 


33V2©34)6 
33)6©33)6 
33)i©33% 
33i/2@33M 
33H©33% 
33?6©34 

33umsrs 

32%®3&M 

32%©32% 

32)'2®32^ 

31i4©32M 

30M©31% 

31 ©31% 

31)^©33 

31^@32»4 

32)6@3256 

31%@33!4 

31%@32)6 

30%©31% 

30)'2@3134 

30)4©30?6 

30 ©SOH 

29%@30)6 


'.'.'.'. 75" 

72" ©75' 
.... 67 

72"@73" 

'.'.'.'. 60" 

.... 61)6 
61 ©66 

.... 58 


65 ©66 
65 ©66 

.... 65 
.... 65 
.. . 65 
.... 65 

.... 63/2 
.... 63/2 
61i4©63 
60)6©62!4 
.... 62)6 
60 ©62 
.... 62?i 
62 ©621^ 
.... 62)6 
.... 62 
60 @63 
.... 60 
.... 60 
.... 59)6 
.... 59 
.... 58)6 


43 ©50 
43 ©50 
43 ©51 
42 ©51 
42 @51 
42 ®51 

42 ©51 

43 ®51 
42 ©51 

42 ©51 

43 ©51 
42 ©51 
42 ©53 
42 ©50 
42 ©50 

42 ©50 

42 ©50 

43 ©50 
42 ©50 
42 ©50 
40 ©46 


47i4®52% 
44%©47!4 


45H®50)6 


45 ©49% 
43Si©46% 


27 ©34H 
381/2©45 


37)6 ©32)6 
31%@33rs 


3r?£®33?6 
32%@34 


29%©34)i 
33M@35% 


58 ©75 
63 ©75 


58^^66 
54 ©65 






Lard, 


Short Rib Sides. 


Live Hogs. 


Sept.,' 


Oct., 


Cash, 


Aug-., 


Sept., 


Oct., 


Cash, 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 


100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


$ 7 47)i 


S 7 52/2 


S7 75 


©7 87^ 


$ 


$7 95 ©7 97Vi 


1 8 00 


$5 00©5 55 


7 33^^© 7 45 


7 40 © 7 52)6 


7 60 


©7 70 




7 80 ©7 95 


7 85 ©7 95 


5 15®5 60 


7 25 @ 735 


7 32i4© 7 37)6 


7 55 


©7 65 




7 77)6©7 85 


7 80 ©7 85 


5aO®5 65 


7 17)6© 7 30 


7 27)6© 7 35 


7 55 


©7 65 




7 75 ©7 82)4 


7 80 ®7 85 


5 20©5 70 


7 23)6® 7 32/2 


7 30 © 7 35 


7 70 


©7 80 




7 77J^©7 93)6 


7 85 ©7 95 


5 10®5 77)4 


7 22/2© 7 35 


7 30 © 7 40 


7 60 


©7 70 




7 82/2©8 00 


7 87)4©8 00 


5 10®5 80 


7 15 © 7 20 


7 22)i© 7 30 


7 60 


©7 70 




7 72/2@7 85 


7 77)4®7 90 


5 10®5 75 


7 10 © 7 20 


7 17)6© 7 25 


7 50 


©7 60 




7 70 ©7 80 


7 75 ®7 85 


5 05®5 70 


7 12H® 7 20 


7 20 ® 7 25 


7 55 


©7 65 




7 72)i©7 77)4 


7 77/2@7 82)4 


5 05©5 70 


7 17)i© 7 22/2 


7 25 © 7 30 


7 60 


©7 70 




7 80 ©7 85 


7 85 ©7 87)4 


5 15@5 80 


7 25 © 7 30 


7 30 © 7 35 


7 75 


©7 90 




7 87)5©7 92)6 


7 92/2@7 97)6 


5 30©5 90 


7 30 @ 7 22/2 


7 27/2© 7 32/2 


7 70 


©7 80 




7 87/2©7 92)6 


7 90 ©8 00 


530©5 95 


7 17)6© 7 25 


730 


7 75 


©7 85 




7 87)6©7 95 


7 92)i®7 97)4 


5 30©6 05 


7 35 @ 7 27)^ 


7 313 © 7 35 


7 80 


©7 90 




7 90 ©7 97/2 


7 95 ©8 02)4 


5 40®6 17)4 


7 15 © 7 25 


7 22)4© 7 30 


7 65 


©7 75 




7 75 ©7 92)2 


7 80 ©7 97)4 


5 35@6 07)^ 


7 15 © 7 22)^ 


7 22/2© 7 27)6 


7 75 


@7 85 




7 75 ©7 87/2 


7 80 ©7 92)6 


525®6 00 


7 12)6© 7 15 


7 20 


7 65 


©7 75 




7 73!4@7 80 


7 77i^©7 82)^ 


5 20©5 95 


7 15 © 7 20 


7 17'/^ 7 27)6 


7 75 


©7 85 




7 75 @7 87)4 


7 82/2©7 92)6 


5 15©6 00 


7 17)6© 7 22/2 


7 27)6© 7 32/2 


7 75 


©7 85 




7 82/2©7 87)6 


7 90 ©7 92)4 


5 15®6 05 


7 17^® 7 22)6 


7 27/2© 7 30 


7 75 


©7 85 




7 77)4©7 87)4 


7 82/2@7 93/2 


5 15©6 10 


7 20 © 7 30 


7 30 © 7 37/2 


7 80 


©7 95 




7 85 ©7 95 


7 90 ©7 97)6 


5 15@6 10 


7 27)4© 7 32)6 


7 35 © 7 40 


7 85 


©7 95 




7 92i^©8 00 


7 97)4©8 05 


5 10©6 05 


725 


7 3236 


7 85 


©7 95 




7 92)6@7 95 


8 00 @8 02)4 


5 05@.6 00 


7 27)s© 7 35 


7 37)6® 7 42)6 


8 00 


@8 10 




7 92)4@8 12/2 


8 00 ©8 20 


5 10©6 05 


7 10 © 7 47/2 


7 17)^© 7 52)6 


7 50 


©8 10 




7 70 ©8 12/2 


7 75 ©8 20 


5 00®6 17)6 


6 82)6® 7 32)6 


690 ® 735 


7 12/2©7 62/3 




7 40 ©7 82)4 


7 45 ©7 85 


4 75@5 90 



76 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES FOR THE 

Cash, and deliverable in succeeding months at 





Wheat. 


Corn. 
























Con- 


Con- 


i 


No. 3 Red. 
cash, 


No. 1 
Northeri 


Contract, 
a, Sept., 


Contract, 
rlDec, 


Contract, 

MoTr 


Contract, 

cash, 

per bu. 


tract, 

Sept., 

old, 

per bu. 


tract, 
Sept., 


c3 
P 


per bu. 


cash, per I 


m. per bu. 


"per bu. 


per 


J' 
bu. 


new, 
per bu. 


1.. 


839^© 


87% 


1 10 ©11 


i 84%© 


86)6 


85%© 


87% 


88%@ 


90)6 


54%©55 


52%®53X 


52 ©52% 


a.. 


83J6@ 


86 


1 10 ©1 1. 


> 83%© 


85 


85%© 


86% 


88%® 


mn 


.... 55% 


52%©54% 


52%©53% 


3.. 


86 © 


86X 


1 10 ©11 


5 8414® 


85 


85^© 


86% 


88%® 


89% 


. .. 57 


54 ©55% 


53%@55% 


4.. 


86/,© 


87 


1 10 ©11 


> 84>i© 


85% 


85M© 


86% 


88%@ 


89% 


54%©55% 


53%©55% 


53%©54% 


5.. 


SSHt® 


8614 


1 10 ©11 


5 8.H%© 


S5V, 


85%® 


86% 


88 © 


89)6 


54 ©54% 


53%®53% 


52%®53% 


7.. 


84^© 


86 


1 10 ©11 


J 82%© 


a3%f 


84%© 


84% 


87 © 


87% 


54%@54% 


52%©53% 


52/,®53 


8.. 


83^@ 


85% 


1 10 ©1 li 


5 82%® 


ss% 


83%© 


84% 


86 © 


87% 


.... 55 


53)4®54% 


53 ©53% 


9.. 


8234© 


Hi-a 





82 J^ 


83% 


835ii@ 


84% 


86%® 


87 


.... 54% 


53%©54% 


53%®53% 


10.. 


81 © 


82% 






819g® 


83% 


83%® 


84% 


85%© 


87% 


.... 55 


53%©54% 


53/,@53% 


11.. 


81%© 


84 


... 




81%® 


83% 


83%® 


84% 


85%© 


87 


55%©55% 


54 ©54% 


53%©54% 


12.. 


80 J6® 


83 


... 




81M@ 


82/, 


825^© 


83% 


85%© 


86 '4 


.... 55% 


53%©54% 


53%@54% 


14.. 


80 © 


82 






80%® 


81% 


82%© 


83% 


84%© 


86% 


.... 54% 


52%©53% 


53%@53f<i 


15.. 


80%® 


80% 


... 




80%® 


81% 


82%© 


83 


85 © 


85% 


54 ©54% 


53/,©53% 


52%©52% 


16.. 


80?g@ 


81% 


... 




81%© 


82% 


82^© 


83% 


85%© 


86'4 


.... 54% 


53%©53% 


52%©53% 


17.. 


m%® 


83 







81^© 


82?i 


83 © 


84% 


85%® 


86% 


.... 54% 


53 ©53% 


52%@53/8 


18.. 


80^© 


i&% 


... 


1 Oi 


J 81)4© 


83)4 


82%© 


83% 


85%® 


86% 


.... 54% 


52%©54% 


52%@53% 


19.. 


80%@ 


80% 




1 0; 


) mu® 


Sl% 


82%© 


83)6 


85%® 


85% 


.... 54% 


53%©54% 


53 ©53% 


21.. 


7914® 


82 


... 


1 0: 


) 79S£® 


mA 


81%® 


82)6 


S4%© 


85)6 


54 ®54'4 


53%@53% 


52%©53 


22. 


793i© 


82% 


1 05 @1 0' 


r 80%© 


80%f 


82 @ 


82% 


85 @ 


85% 


.... 54% 


53%@53% 


52%@53% 


23.. 


80 © 


82 


1 05 ®1 OS 


i 80%® 


81 


82%® 


82% 


3514® 


85% 


.... 54'^ 


53%@53% 


52%@53% 


24.. 


79%® 


ai^ 


.... 1 OJ 


) 80 ® 


8I14 


81)6® 


82% 


84%(i* 


85% 


.... 55% 


53%©54% 


531/^54% 


25.. 


79?^© 


80% 


1 03 ©10: 


> 793i@ 


80%,- 


81%® 


83% 


84%© 


85H 


55)i@55% 


54%©55 


54%®54% 


26.. 


79^^© 


80% 


... 10; 


> 79%© 


81 


81%® 


82% 


84/,® 


85% 


... 55% 


53%©54% 


53)4©54% 


28.. 


79%® 


79M 


• • . • • ■ 


79%® 


79^ 


81 @ 


81% 


H4%© 


84% 


.... 54% 


53 ©53% 


52%@53% 


29.. 


78)6® 


79% 


.... ■ • . 


78)6© 


79% 


80%® 


81)^ 


83%© 


84'^ 


.... 53 


51%©53% 


51%©53 


30.. 


77%® 


•iH% 


■ • • ... 


77%© 


789S£ 


79%@ 


80% 


83 © 


83% 


.... 5414 


53 ©53% 


51%©53% 


31.. 


7S%@ 


79)6 





78)i® 


79% 


80%© 


81% 


83/,© 


84)4 


.... 54 


52%@54 


53%©53% 


1905 


77%® 


87/, 


1 03 ©1 1; 


> 77%® 


86 -.^ 


79%® 


87% 


83 © 


90% 


53 ©57 


51%©55% 


51%©55% 


1904 


94 ©1 13 


1 03 @1 2( 


) 89% ®1 12 


89 ©1 14 


91 ©1 17 


51»4©55% 


49%©56)6 








Mess Pohk. 


Lard. 


1 



Cash, 
per brl. 


Sept., 
per brl. 


Oct., 
per brl. 


Jan., 
per brl. 


Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 


Sept.. 
per 100 lbs. 


1.... 

2.... 

3... 

4... 

5... 

7.... 

8.... 

9.... 
10... 
11... 
12.... 
14.... 
15.... 
16.... 
17.... 
18.... 
19.... 
21.... 
22.... 
23.... 
24.... 
25.... 
26.... 
28.... 
29.... 
30.... 
31.... 


113 45©13 50 
13 4.5®13 50 
13 45©13 50 
13 60®13 65 
13 55©13 60 
13 85@13 90 

13 95@14 00 

14 15@14 20 
14 10@14 15 
14 25®14 30 
14 25®14 30 
14 25®14 30 
14 35®14 40 
14 20®14 25 
14 35®14 40 
14 20®14 25 
14 10©14 15 
14 25®14 30 
14 35®14 40 
14 50®14 55 
14 55®14 60 
14 75@14 80 
14 85®14 90 
14 65@14 70 

14 90@14 95 

15 35®15 40 
15 55®15 60 


fl3 47%@13 57/2 
13 42/,®13 55 
13 40 @13 45 
13 32H®13 65 
13 57%@13 65 
13 65 ©13 90 

13 87)^©14 15 

14 10 ®14 22% 
14 10 ©14 25 

13 95 ©14 32/, 

14 25 ©14 27/, 
14 20 @14 30 
14 22)<i@14 40 
14 20 ©14 35 
14 32%®14 35 
14 15 @14 35 
14 00 @14 15 
14 10 ®14 27)6 
14 22%®14 40 
14 50 ®14 52/s 
14 55 ®14 72% 
14 75 ®14 87% 
14 72/,®14 92% 
14 62%©14 82% 

14 75 ©14 95 

15 00 ©15 42% 
15 50 ©15 57)^ 


}13 37/,@13 47)6 
13 37)^©13 45 
13 30 @13 32'i 
13 20 ©13 45 
13 37/,©13 45 
13 45 ©13 82)^ 

13 82)4@14 10 

14 10 ©14 22/, 
14 12%©14 25 
14 00 ©14 37)4 
14 25 ©14 30 
14 25 ©14 32)^ 
14 27%®14 47/, 
14 30 ®14 42)4 
14 30 @14 45 
14 25 ®14 45 
14 12H©14 30 
14 22/2@14 35 
14 27/,@14 47% 
14 50 ®14 57'/, 
14 57%®14 75 
14 65 ®14 85 
14 72%@14 92)4 
14 62H@14 87/, 
14 72/s®14 85 

14 85 ®15 10 

15 15 ®15 a5 


1 

i3'25 ©1332)4 

..... 

is" is ©is' 25 
is'io ©is" is 
'.'.'.'.'. is'io 

13 10 

13 05 ©13 10 

13 05 

1305 

12 65 ©12 95 
12 65 

12 57%@12 75 

13 50 ©12 62% 


$7 25 ©7 27)4 
7 27%@7 30 
7 30 ©7 32% 
7 45 ©7 47)4 
7 40 ©7 42% 
7 45 ©7 47% 

7 55 

7 65 

7 65 

7 75 

7 75 

7 77% 

7 77)4 

765 

780 

7 72% 

7 67)6 

7 77'/, 

7 85 

.'.... 7 92)^ 

7 97)4 

8 00 

7 97/, 

7 85 

7 92/, 

..... 8 05 
8 10 


f7 35 ©7 37% 
7 35 ©7 45 
7 37%®7 42'4 
7 40 @7 53% 
7 47%©7 53^2 
7 50 ©7 55 
7 57J4®7 63% 
7 62/2®7 70 
7 70 ©7 77)^ 
7 65 ©7 85 
7 77)4©7 82% 
7 80 ©7 82/, 
7 80 ©7 85 
7 67}m7 80 
7 72%©7 80 
7 73)^7 80 
7 67%©7 721^ 
7 65 ©7 77% 
7 75 ©7 85 
7 87)6©7 95 
7 95 ©8 00 
7 97%©8 05 
7 97%@8 02)4 
785 ©800 
7 87%@7 92% 

7 95 @8 05 

8 10 @8 12% 


1905.. 
1904.. 


13 45@15 60 
11 00@13 00 


13 32%@15 57% 
10 90 ©13 00 


13 20 ®15 35 
11 07%@13 02 


12 50 ©13 32% 
12 35 ©13 35 


7 25 ©8 10 
6 60 ©7 02'^ 


7 35 ^'.8 12% 
6 60 @7 02% 



77 



LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES. 

sellers'' option as to time, during August, 1905. 



Corn. 


Oats. 


Rye. 


Bar- 
ley. 


Con- 
tract, 

Dec, 

old, 
perbu. 


Contract, 
Dec, 
(new, 
per bu. 


Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
cash, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
Sept.,^ 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
Dec, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
May, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

cash, 

perbu. 


No. 3, 

Sept., 

per bu. 


Cash, 
perbu. 


i7%®4SH 

47%®48% 

48^@49 

48 @48!4 

47!4@48 

47^®47% 

47M®47M 

47%®48^ 

4:7%@iS% 

47%@48>6 

47?6@48% 

46V4®47 

46>i©46% 

46?4®4656 

4696®46?6 

46>4®46^ 

46H@*6?6 

45i/i@45% 

45'/s®45% 

45'/2@45M 

4oM®46M 

45 ^^©46^ 

45%®45% 

44%@45}6 

44J6®45 

44%@44?i 

44%®45^ 


45?6@46i4 
46 ©4656 
45%®46% 
45%@45% 
45 ©4514 
45}i©4596 
45V4©45M 
45%@46^ 
45%©46/, 
4596®46)4 
44%®4554 

44H®44^ 
44V2@44^ 

4356@44^ 

4334®44 

43M®44 

43%®44?6 

44 ®44% 

435^©44^ 

43 ©43?6 

42M©43}4 

42*6©43 

43 ©43% 


45?6®46ii 
45?'s@46 

4556®46 

45^@45% 

44^®45ii 

45 ©45% 

45Ji©45% 

45%®45% 

45H®46>4 

45^®45% 

44^®45 

44 ©44% 

44 ©44!^ 

44«@44% 

44H@44% 

44 ©44% 

43%©44 

43%@43=^ 

43%®43:^ 

43^®44« 

43»®44^ 

43V4®44 

42%®43% 

42%®43^ 

42J6®421 

42%@43% 


.... 27M 

.... 27!/2 

2rM@29!/» 

27M®28f/2 

26%®28M 

.... 26>4 

26M®28 

26>6®27« 

26%@27y2 

.... 2m 

.... 255Si 
25%@27 
25%@265i 
25%@27 
26 ©27 
.... 25M 
25%@26=^ 
py»@265^ 

2Mm7H 
25M@27^ 
25%®87H 
25U®27i4 
25.V|®25H 
.... 25% 
253^26K« 


27%@2734 

27%®28H 

27?i©28>4 

27%@28 

26%@27% 

26%®261 

26%©262i 

26f6©26% 

26%©27 

2634®265l£ 

26 @26?i 

25>4@26^ 

25%©25% 

25M@26H 

25%@26H 

25%©26;i 

25?i®26 

25%@25^ 

25H@25M 

25%@25% 

25?i@26J^ 

25%©26 

25^©26^ 

25^©25% 

S5>6®25^ 

25%@2558 

25%©25% 


28 ©28/2 
28^®283i 
28%®28% 
28^®2896 
27?i@28H 
27?4©27X 
27ii@27« 
27/2©273ii 
27%®27% 
27i4@2796 
26?6©2796 

2&wmi% 

26%®26% 

265S£®27 

26%©27J6 

26?i®2734 

26Ji®27 

26%@265ii 

26%@26% 

26yj@26% 

26%@27 

26M©26% 

26%@Zl 

26'/$©265!£ 

26V4@26?i 

26%©26% 

2656@26?i 


29%@30% 
29%®30% 
30H@30y2 
30 ©30% 
29%®30 
29 ©2956 
29}6@29H 
29ii@29H 

28%@29% 

28H®29;^ 

28%®283i 

28%@29 

285i@29 

28=!£@29^ 

28%©29 

2S%@28% 

28H©28M 

28%@283S£ 

285^®29 

28?i©28% 

28^©29 

28%@285Si 

28%©28M 

28%@28% 

2896®28?i 


59 ©60 

58 ©58K2 

:: 58% 

58H®59 
58 @59M 
.. 57% 

58 
58 @58»4 
.. 57^ 
57^®58 
57>i@58^ 
.. 58 
58 
57?i®58H 
.. • 573i 
.. 57^ 
57^ 
58i/2 
58V4 
58 
58 
60 
60 
58/2 
60 


59 

58 @58ii 
58 ©58/2 
.. 58/, 
58i^®58M 
.. 58% 
.. 58 

57% 
57!^@57?i 

58 
.. 57/j 
57 ©57% 
57 @57Vi 
.. 57^ 
58 
575^ 
57^4 
57}4@575^ 
5734 
.. 58^ 
.. 58i4 
58 
58 
60 @61 
61 
58% 
59!4®61H 


40©46 

40©46 
39@42 
39®43 
39®43 
39®43 

38®46 
38®46 
39®46 
39@46 
38®46 
36®48 

36®48 
36®48 
36@48 
36®48 
36@48 


4496@49 
46}i®55 


42?6@46?6 


42M®46i4 

45^@54i4 


25i4@29Vi 
31!/,®40 


25%@28i4 

31%(a35 


26%©28% 
325Si@36H 


28%©30^4 
35^©39 


57H@60 
62 ©76 


57 @61H 
63 ©75 


.. .. 



liABD. 



Short Eib Sides. 



LiVB 

Hogs. 



October, 
per 100 lbs. 



?7 45 
7 
7 



©7 47% 
45 ©7 52>i 
45 ©7 50 
47J^7 60 
55 @r 62>4 
57^@7 65 
65 ©7 7214 
72i4®7 77/, 
80 ®7 85 
75 ©7 921^ 
87V4®7 92/2 
90 ©7 92% 
90 ©7 95 
77V4®7 90 
82%®7 90 
80 @7 90 
77H©7 80 
75 ©7 85 
82}4®7 95 
95 ®8 02'/^ 
®8 10 
@8 12/2 
®8 10 
®8 07% 
®8 00 

7 97%®8 I2y, 

8 15 ®8 20 



7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

8 00 

8 05 

8 05 

7 90 

790 



January, 
per 100 lbs. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



5 7 

7 20 ®7 



17i^ 
22^ 



7 15 ©7 17% 



7 25 

7 25 ©7 37/2 

7'30"*@7"35 

735 

737/2 

7 32%@7 35 

727/2 

725 



7 17%®7 
7 15 ©7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 02%@7 



17/2 

22% 

17% 

20 

20 

20 

17% 

10 

02/2 

07% 

05 



$8 05 
8 05 
8 00 
8 05 
8 05 
8 10 
8 20 
8 30 
830 
850 
8 45 
8 60 
865 
855 
8 70 
865 
8 65 
8 70 
8 75 
880 
8 90 
8 90 
8 95 
8 70 
8 75 
8 85 
880 



©8 15 
@8 15 
©8 12% 
@8 15 
©8 15 
©8 20 
©8 30 
©8 40 
©8 40 
©8 60 
©8 55 
©8 70 
©8 75 
©8 65 
@8 80 
®8 75 
©8 75 
©8 75 
©8 85 
©8 90 
©9 00 
©9 00 
©9 00 
©8 80 
©8 85 
@8 90 
©8 85 



September, 
per 100 lbs. 



18 12}^@8 20 
8 10 ©8 20 
8 10 ©8 12% 
8 05 ©8 17% 
8 12/2@8 15 
8 12/2©8 224 
8 22%@8 32% 
8 33H©8 40 
8 37%@8 42% 
8 35 ©8 62% 
8 55 ©8 57% 
8 55 ©8 70 
8 67/2@8 82^4 
8 60 @8 75 
8 67%©8 77% 
8 72%®8 80 
8 70 @8 72J^ 
8 67^©8 77% 
8 75 ©8 85 
8 87%®8 95 
8 97%©9 05 

8 97%©9 07% 

9 00 ©9 02% 
8 77%@9 00 

8 77%@8 82% 
8 82%@8 90 
880 ©8 90 



October, 
per 100 lbs. 



17/!@8 
17%®8 
15 ©8 
12%®8 
20 ®8 
20 ®8 
30 ®8 
42J4®8 
42%@8 
42%©8 
62%®8 
65 ®8 
75 ®8 
72%@8 
75 ®8 
80 ©8 
75 ©8 
75 ©8 
80 ®8 
95 ©9 
02%®9 
05 @9 
05 ®9 
85 ©9 
85 ©8 
8r%@9 
90 ©9 



27% 

25 

20 

27% 

25 

30 

40 

47% 

50 

70 

67/2 

80 

92% 

85 

87% 

871^ 

i^ 

97% 

02 Ji 

12% 

10 

10 

07% 

92% 

00 

00 



January, 
per 100 lbs. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs 



?• • ■ « 



6 95 
6 90 



690 
6 90 
6 90 
690 
6 85 
685 
6 72% 
6 70 

6 "55" 



■5 25@6 15 
540©6 25 
5 30©6 10 
5 25@6 15 
5 35®6 12% 
535@6 20 
5 40®6 25 
5 45®6 30 
5 40®6 25 
5 45©6 35 
5 55©6 40 
5 60@6 4S 
5 60@8 45 
5 55©6 Sa 
5 55©6 25 
5 60©6 40 
5 60©6 40 
5 50@6 30 
5 50@6 30 . 
5 55®6 40 
5 50®6 40 
555®640 
5 55©6 37% 
5 55©6 35 
5 55©6 37% 
5 50®6 35 
5 50®6 30 



745 
6 70 



©8 20 
©7 12% 



7 02%@7 37% 
6 75 ©7 15 



8 00 ©9 00 
7 12^^7 70 



8 05 ©9 07% 
7 15 ©7 75 



8 12%®9 12% 
7 30 ®7 70 



6 55 @6 95 
6 52K©6 95 



5 25©6 45 
4 55©5 80 



78 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES FOR THE 

Cash, and deliverable in succeeding months at 



Wheat. 



Corn. 



Q 



No. 2 Red, 

cash, 

per bu. 



1.. 

2 

5.. 

6 

7.. 

8. 

9. 
11.. 
12.. 
13.. 
U.. 
15.. 
16.. 
18.. 
19.. 
20.. 
21.. 
22.. 
23.. 
25.. 
26.. 
27.. 
28.. 
29.. 
30.. 

1905 
1904 



78^® 
7914® 
79M@ 



805^® 
80^@ 



79^8 

80 

80 

80% 

81% 

81H 



81>^@ 
82H® 
81)6® 
82 @ 
82%® 
835li@ 
83K® 
83ii@ 
83?i® 



84^® 
85 ® 
83%® 
8454® 

8414® 
85J4® 



82^® 



82ya 

82% 

82% 

83% 

84^ 

84 

835^ 

84M 

84% 

85^8 

85% 

84% 

841/2 

8514 

855i 

85^ 

84% 



78%® 85% 
1 05)6®1 18% 



No. 1 

Northern, 

cash, per bu 



95 



90 
90 
90 
90 
88 
90 



88 @ 90 

88 ® 90 

89 @ 90 
89 @ 90 
89 @ 90 
89 ® 90 
89 ® 90 
89 @ 90 
89 @ 90 

90 

'88' @ 89 



88 @ 95 
1 16 @1 22 



Contract, 

Dec, 
per bu. 



80%@ 81^ 

81i'4@ 81% 

81 ® 81% 
81^® 82}^ 

82 @ 82% 
81%® 82% 
829^® 83 
82H® 831/2 
83H® 83% 
82%® 83% 

83 ® 83% 
83%® 84J6 
84J6® 84% 
83%® 84)6 
83^® 84% 
83%® 84% 
84H@ 85!^ 
84)6® 85% 
85%® 85% 
84!/2® 85^ 
84%® 85% 
85 ® 88% 
85%@ 86% 
84%® 85% 
83K@ 84% 



861^ 
1 05>6@1 16% 



Contract, 

May, 

per bu. 



83%® 
84%® 
84)6® 
84%® 
84%® 



8554® 
85%® 
85%® 



841/2 

85 

85 

85 

85% 

85% 

85% 

86 



86 @ 
85%® 



85%® 



86%® 



86%@ 
87%® 



85%® 



85% 

86% 

86% 

86% 

8&% 

86% 

87 

87% 

87% 

87% 

8754 

87% 

88 

87% 

86>4 



1 07%@1 18% 



Con- 
tract, 
cash., 
per bu. 



.. 53% 
.. 53J4 
52%®53 
53i4@53i/2 
53%@53% 
53%®54i4 
.. 54 
54 
53i4®53H 
53^®52% 

53 @53)4 

54 @54H 
.. 54)6 

53;^@54 
523/ 

52)6®52% 
.. 52% 
.. 52% 

52%@53 

,. 52% 

, . 521/2 

.. 52)6 

. 52)^ 

51%@52 
,. 51)4 



51i4@54)6 
51 @54% 



Contract, 

Oct.. 

perbu. 



53 ®53i/4 

51 ©52% 

51)6 
51i4®51% 
51%®51% 

52 ®52)4 
51%®52 
51H®52 
51)4®51% 
51%®51% 
50%@51)6 
49i<i®50% 



49!4®53i^ 
52i/2®53% 



Contract 

Nov., 
per bu. 



Contract 

Dec, 

old, 

per bu. 



45)g®45»4 



44%®45)4 
44%®45>4 
45%®45}^ 
45)i®459g 
45 ®45)i 
44%®45)6 
45 @45% 
45 ®45% 
45 ©451^ 



46 ©46% 
45%®46% 

i5%@i&]4. 

45%®46% 

46)6®46)4 

46 ®46% 

46i4®46% 

46 ®46)^ 

45%®46)6 

45%®46)6 

457S©46 

45 ©45% 

44%®45 



44%®46% 
49i4®54^ 



Q 



1.. 

2.. 

5.. 

6.. 

7.. 

8.. 

9.. 
11.. 
12.. 
13.. 
14.. 
15.. 
16.. 
18.. 
19.. 
20.. 
21.. 
22 . 
23.. 
25.. 
26.. 
27.. 
28.. 
29.. 
30.. 

1905 
1904 



Mess Pork. 



Cash, 
per bbl. 



$15 35 ® 

15 40 ® 

15 05 ® 

14 95 @ 

14 95 ® 

14 95 @ 

14 95 ® 

14 95 ® 

15 20 ® 
15 10 @ 
15 35 ® 
15 40 ® 
15 45 ® 
15 00 @ 
15 00 ® 

14 95 @ 

15 00 © 
15 00 © 
15 00 © 
15 00 © 
15 00 © 
14 90 ® 
14 75 ® 
14 6214® 
14 70 ® 



15 40 
15 45 
15 10 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 25 
15 12!/, 
15 40 
15 50 
15 50 
15 50 
15 50 
15 00 
15 10 
15 10 
15 10 
15 10 
15 10 
15 00 
14 871/2 
14 75 
14 75 



Oct., 
per bbl. 



15 17J^®15 20 
15 15 @15 25 
14 55 ®15 llVi 
14 50 ®14 75 
14 17%®U 65 
14 60 ©14 70 
®14 75 
@14 65 
©14 75 
©14 70 
©14 75 
©14 8214 
©14 871/2 
@15 00 
14 92)4®14 95 
14 87)6®14 92% 
14 90 ®14 95 
14 90 ®14 95 
14 97H©15 10 
14 97)i©15 00 
14 95 ©15 00 
®14 95 
®14 80 
@14 60 
@14 75 



14 60 
14 55 
14 65 
14 50 
14 70 
14 80 
14 80 
14 90 



14 90 
14 55 
14 40 
14 70 



14 62!^© 15 50 
10 60 © 11 80 



14 17!^® 15 25 
10 55 ©11 80 



Dec. 
per bbl. 



10 80 ®11 77)6 



Jan., 
per bbl. 



12 42)^©12 57)6 

12 50 
i2'27)4©12 40 
12 15 ©12 2214 
12 25 @12 30 
12 30 ®12 35 
12 35 ©12 42% 
12 27i/4@12 32)4 
12 30 ©12 45 
12 12i/4®12 37)4 
12 17K®12 25 
12 30 ©12 37% 
12 35 ©12 40 
12 42)6®12 471^ 
12 30 @12 40 
®12 30 
@12 37)6 
®12 40 
®12 37)^ 
©12 3714 
®12 35 
12 37)4@12 45 
12 42)i®12 52)6 
12 40 ®12 50 
12 37)4®12 42)4 



Lard. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



12 27 
12 30 
12 35 
12 35 
12 30 
12 30 



12 12J^@12 57)4 
12 37)6©13 47)4 



97)4 

95 

85 

70 

62)6 

65 

65 

57)6 

55 

35 

47H 

62)6 

67)6 

67% 

70 

60 

60 



7 67)6®7 70 



67)^ 

52% 

32)6 

20 

22)6 

17^2 

17)6 



Oct., 
per 100 lbs. 



8 05 @ 



92)4® 
75 ® 
70 @ 
60 ® 
65 ® 
70 © 
57)4© 
57)4® 



7 37)4© 
~ 40 ® 
62%® 
67)4© 
72)6© 
70 © 
62)4® 
62)6© 
65 ® 
67^2® 
52)4® 
30 © 
20 ® 
20 © 
12)4© 
17)6© 



8 15 
8 05 
8 00 
7 77)6 

75 

72)4 

75 

65 

62)4 

60 

60 



67)^ 

70 

80 

75 

72)4 

67)4 

72)^ 

72'.4 

65 

50 

37)J 

25 

22)4 

20 



7 17)4® 7 97^2 7 12)6® 8 15 
6 87)4® 7 62)4 6 87^® 7 62i^ 



79 
LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES. 

sellers'' option as to time, during September, 1905. 



Corn. 


Oats. 


Eye. 


Bar- 
let. 


Contract, 


Con- 


Con- 


Con- 


Con- 


No 2 


No 2 




Dec, 


tract, 


tract, 


tract, 


tract, 


cash, 
per bu. 


Dec, 

per bu. 


Cash, 


new, 
perbu. 


May, 
per bu. 


cash, 
per bu. 


Dec, 
per bu. 


May, 
per bu. 


per bu. 


43%@43% 


43 @43ii 


.... 25?g 


26^@26% 


289^@28% 


.... 61 


59V4@61'4 


38 ®51 


43i/2@43% 


43M@43% 


.... 26^4 


26M@269g 


289i®289i 


.... 60 


60 ®61V4 


38 ®51 


43 @43% 


42M@43J^ 


.... 25 


26%®26% 


289i@289g 


.... 60 


59)6@61!/i 


38 ®51 


43}4@43% 


42%@43?^ 


.... 27M 


26>/2@26M 


28H@28% 


.... 60 


60 ®61 


37 @52 


439i@44 


439g@43% 


... 25% 


263i@27 


28%®29J4 


.... 61 


.... 61 


37 @52 


43>6@43% 


43M@43>6 


26 @27M 


26^@27?^ 


29 @29>!i 


62 ©62^2 


61 @62 


37 ®52 


43y2@43% 


4314@43y2 


.... 25% 


27%m7% 


29}4@29!/2 


.... 62 


61 @62 


37 @53 


43i4@43% 


43 @43i4 


26 @27J6 


27%m7% 


29M@29V4 


62 ®62^ 


61 @62 


37 ®52 


435^@43% 


43J4@43!4 


.... 2694 


27ii®27yj 


29%@29?g 


.... 62 


.... 62 


37 @52 


4&%®^ys 


43 @43% 


263^@28i^ 


27^@375^ 


89%@29% 


62 @62i4 


61 mwi 


37 @52 


43?g®44i/^ 


42%@43% 


.... 27^ 


275i@28^ 


292i@30% 


.... 62 


62 ®62K2 


37 @58 


44y8®44M 


439^@433i 


.... 28^ 


28M@29 


3054@309i 


63 @68 


.... 65 


37 ®52 


443i@45!4 


43?i@44 


28 @29M 


28!^@29 


30%@30% 


67^®68 


.... 65 


37 ®52 


44)6@45i4 


43J6@445^ 


.... 27M 


28^@28% 


30}4@30^ 


67 @69 


65 @65!4 


36 ©52 


44%@45y8 


43i^@44% 


.... 27M 


28?>^@28!4 


30 ®30% 


.... 69 


.... ta 


36 @52 


44?i@45^ 


43%@44% 


28^@29ii 


28%®29>g 


30^@31 


683^®685^ 


.... 65Vi 


36 ®52 


45V^@45!4 


44«@44)^ 


28M@29% 


28%@29}i 


30?^@.S1 


.... 70 


66i4®67 


36 @52 


44%@45% 


44 @44^ 


28i4@30 


289£®29^ 


305^®31« 


70K®71 


67 @70 


36 ®52 


453i@45y2 


44!/2@44% 


.... 28 


28%@29% 


30%®315^ 


.... 72 


6954@70 


36 ®52 


44%@45^ 


44%@45 


.... 27% 


28i^@28% 


30y2@30% 


70 @72 


.... 69 


36 ®52 


44^®45i^ 


44i4@44M 


.... 27M 


28M@28% 


30%@30% 


.... 68H 


.... 68 


36 @52 


44M@45i4 


44%@44% 


.... 27% 


28!4®285^ 


■M%mo% 


70 @71 


.... 67V4 


36 ®52 


44%@45 


44%@44% 


.... 2T9£ 


28%@28M 


309^@30% 


70 ®71 


68 @69=^ 


36 @52 


44 @44% 


43/2@44% 


27%@28M 


28y8@28y2 


30^®30% 


.... 72 


.... 69^ 


36 @52 


43?^@44 


43 @43ii 


273i@28% 


27%@2S% 


39%@30!4 


68 ®68!4 


.... 66M 


36 @52 


43 @45i/^ 


42^@45 


25 @30 


26%@2954 


289^@315^ 


60 @72 


593^70 







iS%@5S'A 


29%@3Sy2 


30M@33^ 


32y2@36M 


69^@75 


71^^77 


.. 



Lard. 


Short Rib Sides. 


Liv-B 
Hogs. 


Dec, 


Jan., 


Cash, 


Oct., 


Dec, 


Jan., 


Cash, 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 


100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs 


i 


S 


S8 65 


@8 75 


•J8 77i4@8 871/4 


1 


S.... 6 50 


S5 40®6 20 


> > • • • > 


6 95 @7 00 


8 60 


@8 70 


8 60 ®8 80 




6 50 


5 40®6 15 


6 80 @7 00 


6 80 ®6 971/4 


8 55 


®8 65 


8 62i4@8 75 




6 37i/4@6 45 


5 30@6 05 


6 77!/2 


6 70 ®6 75 


8 50 


@8 55 


8 55 ®8 67!^ 




6 32^@6 35 


5 20@5 95 


6 77i4@6 80 


6 70 @6 77J^ 


8 50 


@8 55 


8 30 @8 60 




6 35 ®6 40 


5 15@5 87^ 


.... .... 


6 77J6@6 85 


850 


@8 55 


8 55 ®8 65 




6 37^@6 421/2 


5 20@5 92/, 


6 90 


6 87^@6 90 


8 55 


@8 60 


8 60 @8 65 




6 40 @6 42/2 


5 30@5 95 


6 871/2 


6 82i/2®6 85 


8 55 


@8 60 


8 55 ®8 6214 




6 35 @6 40 


5 20@5 90 


6 87%®6 921/2 


6 85 ®6 92^ 


8 55 


@8 60 


8 60 @8 65 




6 37i4@6 471/2 


5 20@5 90 


6 75 @6 80 


6 72^®6 873^ 


8 45 


®8 50 


8 50 @8 5714 




6 35 ®6 45 


5 05@5 85 




6 72i^@6 S2]4 


8 45 


@8 50 


8 50 @8 52J6 




6 35 @6 40 


4 85@5 65 


6 82H 


6 82K2®6 85 


8 45 


®8 50 


8 50 ®8 57V4 




6 45 @6 47/2 


4 90@5 75 


6 87!/2 


6 85 


8 50 


@8 55 


8 57i/2@8 65 




6 47>6®6 50 


5 05@5 80 


..•. ■•■■ 


6 85 ®6 87J6 


850 


@8 55 


8 60 ®8 721/4 




6 47i4®6 52% 


5 05@5 80 


.... • * 


6 82!^ 


8 50 


®8 55 


8 57i/2®8 65 




6 45 @6 47^4 


5 05@5 80 


6 80 


6 77J6@6 871.4 


8 50 


®8 55 


8 57i/2@8 60 




6 42%@6 45 


5 10®o 8714 


.... 


6 77}^m 80 


8 60 


@8 65 


8 62J6®8 70 




6 42i/4@6 47% 


5 00@5 80 


6 80 @6 82V^ 


6 77H®6 80 


860 


®8 65 


8 60 @8 67/2 




6 50 


5 05@5 80 


6 80 


6 77ys®6 80 


8 65 


@8 70 


8 67^®8 7214 




6 47%®6 50 


5 00@5 80 


. .. 6 77^2 


6 75 @6 80 


8 55 


@8 60 


8 60 @8 621/4 




6 45 @6 47/2 


4 90®5 75 


6 75 ®6 77>6 


6 75 @6 80 


8 40 


®8 50 


8 47>6@8 60 




6 43/2@6 47^ 


4 85@5 72!4 


6 77i/2@6 82/2 


6 77K2@6 82H 


8 50 


@8 55 


8 47)6@8 55 




6 50 @6 52i4 


4 85®5 70 


• ■ > . . . • . 


6 80 @6 85 


8 50 


®8 55 


8 45 ®8 52!4 




6 50 ®6 55 


490®5 80 


6 80 


6 80 ®6 85 


8 45 


@8 50 


8 47)6@8 521/2 




650 @6 55 


4 95®5 85 


.... 6 821/2 


6 80 


8 40 


@8 50 


8 50 @8 52/2 




6 47%®6 50 


4 90®5 80 


6 75 @7 00 


6 70 ®7 00 


8 40 


@8 75 


8 30 @8 87% 




6 32y2®6 55 


4 85®6 20 


7 92i/4®7 35 


7 02)6®7 50 


7 12i/2@8 00 


7 10 @7 82>4 




6 50 @6 95 


4 70@6 37i4 



80 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES FOR THE 

Cash, and deliverable in succeeding months at 





Wheat. 


Corn. 


<li 


No. 2 Red, 


No. 


1 


Contract, 


Contract, 


Con- 
tract, 
cash., 
per bu. 


Contract, 


Contract 

Dec. 

old, 

per bu. 


Contract 
Dec, 
new, 

per bu. 


Q 


cash, 
per bu. 


Northern, 
cash, per bu. 


Dec, 
per bu. 


May, 
per bu. 


Nov., 
perbu. 


2.. 




83M 




88 


83H® 


84% 


85)4® 


86)6 


... 50 




4414®44% 


43K@43% 


3.. 


8314® 


85 


86 ® 


88 


8496® 


85'4 


854® 


864 


.... 52 v; 






44%®45 


43%@43% 


4.. 


822i@ 


83% 


87 @ 


88 


83%® 


8496 


85)4® 


85% 


.... 514 






44)6®44% 


43%®43% 


5.. 


831^® 


84 




. . . ■ 


84)4® 


84% 


854® 


86 


51)4®53 






44%@454 


43%@44 


6.. 


83)4® 


84>4 


86 @ 


87 


84%® 


85)4 


86 ® 


864 


50%@51% 






45)i@454 


44 ®4496 


7.. 


83J^ 


83:(i 


86 @ 


88 


8496® 


85)6 


85%® 


86!4 


53 @52)4 






45)4@4596 


44)6®4496 


9.. 


84M@ 


8456 


87 @ 


88 


8514® 


85% 


8696® 


86% 


524@53 






45)6®45% 


4496©44% 


10.. 


84^® 


84:% 


88 ® 


89 


85)6® 


85% 


8696® 


86% 


53 ®53)6 






45)6®45% 


4496®44% 


11.. 


85>4® 


86 


88 @ 


89 


85%® 


86)^ 


87 ® 


874 


53^@54 






4596®46 


44)6®45)6 


12.. 


85»® 


86% 


88 @ 


90 


85%® 


864 


87 ® 


87% 


54 ©5456 






45%@464 


44%®45)6 


13.. 


859g@ 


86% 


88 ® 


90 


8596® 


8696 


86%® 


874 


.... 534 


. . • ■ . . • 


45)4®45% 


4496®44% 


14.. 


85H® 


8614 


88 @ 


90 


8596® 


86)6 


864® 


87)6 


51)6®53 


.... 49 


45 ©4596 


44)4@44i^ 


16.. 


8514® 


86?4 


87%® 


89 


85)4® 


86 


8696® 


87 


.... 51 





44)6®45 


44 ©4414 


17.. 


857i® 


86% 


88 ® 


90 


85%® 


86% 


86%® 


874 


50^®514 


.... 47)6 


45 ®4596 


44)4®44% 


18.. 


8696® 


87'4 


88 @ 


90 


86)6® 


87)4 


87)4® 


87% 


53 @52)4 





4596®45)6 


44%@45 


19.. 


86M® 


87)6 


88 ® 


90 


86)4® 


87)6 


86%® 


87% 


52)4@534 






44%®45% 


44!/2@45 


20.. 


85?«® 


86% 


88 ® 


90 


85%@ 


86% 


86%® 


8796 


52 @524 






44%®45)6 


44)i@44% 


21.. 


86V4® 


8796 


89 ® 


90 


86)6® 


87)6 


87 @ 


87% 


.... 52 






45 ®454 


444@45 


23.. 


86^® 


87M 


88 ® 


90 


86%® 


8714 


874® 


88 


52 ®524 






454@45% 


44%@454 


24.. 


87 @ 


87% 


88!^® 


90 


87 ® 


87% 


87%® 


884 


51)6®524 






45%@46)4 


45 ©45^ 


25.. 


87)6® 


8896 


88)6® 


90 


874® 


88)6 


88)6® 


89)6 


53 @53)4 






46V2@46% 


45%@46 


26.. 


88 @ 


89% 


89 ® 


904 


88 ® 


89)6 


89'/!® 


91% 


.... 53% 






46%©47)4 


45%@4696 


27.. 


88^4® 


9014 


894® 


91 


88%® 


90)6 


90)6® 


93% 


.... 53 






4696@47)6 


45%®46% 


28.. 


88l£@ 


9096 


90>i® 


93 


89)6® 


90% 


91 ® 


9396 


52 ®52)^ 






46)4®464 


4596 ®46 


30.. 


89J4@ 


90>« 


91 @ 


93>4 


894® 


90 H 


91 @ 


93 


.... 52 






45%®464 


4596@46 


31.. 


8896® 


89)2 


90 ® 


93 


8896® 


89% 


90 @ 


91)6 


514®52 






45%®46)6 


45)4@46}<i 


1905 


82%® 


9096 


86 @ 


92)4 


83V',@ 


90% 


85)4® 


92% 


50 ®54)6 


474@49 


44i4@47)4 


43)4@46% 


1904 


1 Oe5Si®l 19!^ 


1 15 @1 23 


1 07 @1 1696 


1 07%@1 15)6 


50 @57)i 




4796®51% 








Mess Pork. 


Lard. 




Cash, 


Dec. 


Jan.. 


May., 


Cash, 


Dec. 





per bbl. 


per bbl. 


per bbl. 


per bbl. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


2.. 


f 14 75 @ 14 80 




12 374®12 40 




727)6 




3.. 


14 85 ® 14 874 






13 334®12 37)4 





7 17)6 < 


5 774© 6 85 


4.. 


14 80 © 14 85 






12 30 ©13 32}-;, 


,, 


7 134 1 


5 774® 6 80 


5.. 


14 80 ® 14 85 






12 274®12 35 




7 17)6 




6.. 


15 00 ® 15 10 






13 30 @12 42)6 




720 ( 


5 77)6® 6 82)^ 


7.. 


15 20 ® 15 25 






12 42)6@12 45 




720 





9.. 


15 20 © 15 25 






12 40 ®12 45 




7 174 


685 


10.. 


15 20 @ 15 25 






12 35 @12 37)^ 




7 174 


6 82)6 


11.. 


15 50 ® 15 60 






13 424®13 474 




723)6 


••■•■ >■■•■■ 


12.. 


15 60 ® 15 65 






13 474®13 50 




725 


• • • • • 


13.. 


15 70 © 15 75 






13 47)6@13 65 




7 30 


6 95 


14.. 


15 70 ® 15 75 






13 55 ®12 634 




7 25 


6 90 


16.. 


15 75 ® 15 ^IVi 






13 55 ®13 60 





7 33)4 


6 90 


17 . 


16 00 © 16 10 




. . . . 


13 45 ®13 50 





7 134 


6 834 


18.. 


16 00 © 16 134 






13 45 ©13 52)^ 




7 124 


6 80 


19.. 


16 00 © 16 12)6 






13 45 ©13 50 




7 20 


• • • 


20.. 


16 00 @ 16 124 






12 35 ©13 45 




7 124 e 


! 774® 6 834 


21.. 


16 00 © 16 134 






12 35 ©12 40 




7 10 e 


(75 © 6 80 


23.. 


16 00 © 16 10 






12 274@13 374 




7034 




24.. 


16 00 © 16 10 






12 30 ©12 37)^ 




702)6 e 


)75 ©6 774 


25.. 


16 00 © 16 10 






12 30 ©12 40 




705 


6 77)6 


26.. 


16 00 @ 16 05 






12 35 @13 42)6 




7 10 ( 


i 774© 6 80 


27.. 


1600 






12 32)^12 45 




7 05 e 


• 75 © 6 80 


28.. 


16 50 






12 40 @13 45 




7 10 e 


) 824® 6 90 


30.. 


16 374® 16 50 







12 424@12 47)6 




7 074 « 


! 874© 6 90 


31.. 


14 25 © 14 50 





12 324@13 40 




697)6 C 


i 824© 6 874 


1905 


14 25 © 16 50 




12 275^12 65 




6 974® 7 30 e 


i 75 © 6 95 


1904 


10 65 © 11 90 


io 80 ®ii 974 


12 10 ®13 65 


12 05 ©is 50 


7 024® 7 824 e 


i 95 © 7 67^ 



81 



LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES. 

sellers^ option as to time, during Octoler, 1905. 



Corn. 


Oats. 




Rtb. 


Bar- 

liEY. 


Contract, 

Jan., 

perbu. 


Con- 
tract, 

May, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
cash, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
Dec, 
per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 
May, 
per Du. 


No. 2, 

cash, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

Dec, 

per bu. 


Cash, 
per bu. 




425!i®43% 


27>6®28% 


27?g@2r% 


29«®30 


.... 67 


.... 67 


36 ©52 


■•■• ■•■• 


42JS@43?g 


275^@28^ 


27%@28J6 


2d%@30bi 


67!4@68 


67H®68 


36 @52 


. • ■ • • 


^umsH 


.... 27}^ 


27«@27X 


2956®30 


67i/2®68 


67)6@68 


36 ®52 


.... .... 


42«®43% 


.... 28 


27»®28>4 


29%®30i4 


.... 68 


.... 68 


36 ®52 


. ■ . • • ■ • ■ 


43X®43% 


28M®29 


2SM®28Vi 


30ii®3096 


.... 681^ 


68J^®69 


36 @S2 


..■■ ••.. 


43V4@433i 


28!4®28J4 


28>i@289g 


dOM@30% 


68 ®68>4 


.... 69 


36 ®52 




435£@44 


28?g®29i4 


28H®285!£ 


309g@30^ 


.... 68J6 


68H®69 


36 ®52 





^%mm 


.... 28»i 


28i4®28J£ 


30«^^ 


. .. 68)6 


68)6@e9 


36 ®52 





43%@44?g 


.... 287i 


28%®28% 


3096®31 


^>6®70 


69/,®70 


36 ®52 





44 mi% 


.... 285i 


28X@29^ 


30%®31J4 


69!4®70 


69yi@70 


36 ®52 


...■ ••■• 


43M®44^ 


285g®29i^ 


2896@28?« 


30?£@31 


69!4®70 


69y,®70 


36 ®52 


,,,, .,,, 


43%®43% 


2896@29»4 


28%@S8% 


309i^J« 


.... 69^ 


.... 69V4 


36 @52 


■ ■ . • • . • 


43%@43% 


28!^@285IC 


28%m&% 


30V4@30?i 


68Vi®69 


.... 69 


36 ©52 


.... .... 


43%®449g 


.... 28?£ 


289S®28X 


30:%®31H 


68J^®69 


68^®e9 


36 ©52 


•••• ■>•> 


4AH(SMV^ 


29 @30 


28%@29^ 


31%mi% 


68!4@69 


69 ®e9>i 


36 ®52 


.••■ >■•• 


44Jg®44J6 


2«?i®295^ 


285li®29>6 


31 ®3l% 


68y2®69 


68H@69 


36H®52 


..,, ,,,, 


44 @44ii 


28M®295i 


28^@28% 


30M@31« 


6SH®69 


68i4®69 


36V4®53 


42}6®43H- 


mi<aM% 


29 @30i4 


28%@29% 


31 ®31Vt 


.... 69 


.... 69 


36^®52 


.... 4S% 


44>/a®44^ 


29H®305^ 


29^@29;.4 


31^®32 


69H®70 


69>4®70 


36i.^@52 


43?4@43Vi 


44M@45ii 


.... 299g 


29%@29-!£ 


31X®32 


69H®70 


.... 70 


36>4®52 


44 <SM)4, 


45X®455I£ 


29%®305£ 


29?i@30 


32 @32V4 


70 @71 


70 @71« 


38 ®53 


, 


45H®46^ 


.... 30% 


30 ®303£ 


329^®33« 


71 ®71?6 


.... 71/1 


38 ®53 


44«®44>i 


45«@46% 


.... 30^ 


30^®30?i 


32J6@33H 


72 ®72i4 


.... 72!^ 


38 ©53 


.... 44 


45i4®46^ 


.... 30J6 


30H@30i^ 


32)6@33 


.... 73 


.... 73 


38 @53 


43?g@44^ 


46 @465i 


.... 30H 


30;4@30V4 


32%®33 


72J6®73H 


72H®73)6 


38 @52 


43^@44 


46H®46?« 


.... 30?6 


30ii@30% 


32V^@32% 


.... 73 


73M@74 


38 ©53 


42^@44H 


42M@46% 


27^^@30?i 


279^@303£ 


29%@3S}i 


67 ®73V4 


67 @74 




46 ©49 


U%m9'A 


88Ji@31^ 


23%@31^ 


30ii®33% 


75 ©79)6 


77 ®80 


•• • - 



Lard. 



Jan., 
per 100 lbs. 



16 80 ®6 

6 

6 77y»@6 
6 75 ©6 
6 80 ®6 
6 87H®6 
6 85 ®6 
6 80 ®6 
6 82H®6 
6 87V^@6 
6 87)6@6 
6 90 ®6 
6 90 ®6 
6 82^@6 
6 80 ®6 
6 82V^®6 
6 77V#6 
6 77H®6 
6 72J^6 77H 



6 75 
6 75 ( 
6 75 I 

6 72)i( 
6 80 (_ 
6 82H@6 
6 77V4®6 



82K 

80 

82/2 

80 

85 

90 

S7% 

82 J6 

87H 

90 

97^ 

95 

92% 

85 

82)6 

87H 

82)6 

80 

77H 

77H 

80 

80 

80 

85 

85 

82"/, 



May, 
per 100 lbs. 



685 
6 82H©6 90 

690 
6 90 ©6 92^ 

6'92)6®7*66 
700 
6 92H®6 95 



Short Bib Sides. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



38 45 ®8 
8 40 ®8 
8 45 ®8 
8 50 ®8 
8 55 ©8 
8 50 ®8 
8 50 ®8 
8 50 ®8 
8 70 ®8 
8 80 ®8 
8 80 ©8 
8 75 ©8 
8 45 ©8 
8 12H@8 



@7 
©7 
®7 
@7 
©7 



7 45 ©7 
7 37%m 
7 37H®7 
7 37H@7 

7 25 m 

7 13Vi®7 



55 

50 

50 

55 

60 

55 

55 

55 

80 

85 

85 

874 

50 

25 

95 

80 

70 

70 

65 

65 

50 

50 

50 

50 

37K, 

25 



Dec, 

per luO lbs. 



Jan., 
per 100 lbs. 



J6 47V4@6 52V4 
6 45 ©6 47^ 
6 42H®6 47}^ 
6 424®6.47H 
6 45 ®6 50 
6 47)6®6 52V( 
6 47)6©6 50 
6 45 ©6 50 
6 45 ©6 524 
6 50 ©6 524 
6 50 ©6 62)6 
6 574®6 624 
6 574®6 60 
6 52 ^@6 574 
6 524@6 55 
6 50 ©6 55 
6 45 ®6 524 
6 45 ®6 50 
6 424®6 474 
6 45 ®6 474 
6 47)6@6 52!^ 
6 45 @6 524 
6 42?6@6 50 
6 47)6@6 524 
6 50 @6 55 
6 45 ®6 50 



May. 
per 100 lbs. 



6 70 ®6 
6 
6 

6 80r,©6 



6 77 
6 72^®6 
6 
6 70 ©6 
6 65 @6 
6 65w®6 
6 62^'aR 
665 

6 65i ,\y*u 
6 67{^m 
6 62^@6 
6 70 @6 
6 70,^@6 
6 67'4®6 



^©6 



75 

724 

85 

824 

82)6 

75 

72H 

72)6 

70 

70 

674 

674 

70 

70 

674 

724 

75 

70 



Live 
HOQS. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs 



85©5 75 
80©5 72)i 
80©5 75 
85@5 80 
80©5 80 
80©5 80 
75©5 70 
75@5 65 
65@5 60 
75@5 70 
70©5 65 
65®5 60 
75©5 55 
75©5 55 
75@5 57H 
75©5 574 
80@5 57)6 
75@5 55 
75@5 524 
70®5 5214 
55@5 40 
40@5 30 
35®5 25 
45@5 30 
50®5 35 
40®5 25 



6 724®6 97)6 

7 024©7 75 



6 82)6©7 00 
715 ©7 774 



7 124^ 
6 874^ 



874 
25 



6 424®6 62)6 
6 30 ©7 05 



6 624®6 85 
6 40 ®7 15 



4 35@5 80 
4 55@6 27H 



82 
DAILY CURRENT PRICES FOR THE 

Cash, and deliverable in succeeding months at 






1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

6 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
20. 
21. 
93 

23; 
24. 
25. 
27. 
28. 
29. 

1905 
1904 



Wheat. 



No. 2 

Bed, 

cash, 

per bu. 



88J6® 90!/j 
88%® m% 



88/s@ 88% 



88%® 89^ 

87ii® 88% 

85%@ 81% 

85?i@ 86% 

86 ® 87J4 

86%® 87% 

86H® 87>6 

86M@ 87% 

86/2® 87^ 

86/2® 87 

85^® 8654 

83%® 86 

831^® 845^ 

83;/,® 84% 

83M@ 85^ 

83^@ 85 

84%® 85 

85 ® 85^ 

85H@ 86% 



83^® 90'/2 
1 09%@1 18 '/2 



No. 1 
North- 
ern, cash, 
per bu. 



90 ® 

90 ® 

90 ® 

90 ® 

89 ® 

90 @ 
89 @ 
88 @ 
88 ® 
88 ® 
88 ® 
88 @ 



87 @ 

86 @ 

85 @ 

86 @ 
86 @ 
86 @ 
86 @ 
861^® 



92 

92 

91 

91 

91 

92 

90 

89 

89 

89 

89 

89 

89 

89 

89 

90 

883^ 

87 

87^2 

88 

88 

87 

88 

89 



85 ® 92 
1 15 @1 20 



Con- 
tract, 
Dec, 
per bu. 



88>4@ 
88%® 



90H 
89% 
89% 
88% 



87»4® 
85%@ 
8514® 
85 @ 
85%® 
85^2® 
855^® 
85^® 
85%® 



8954 
88% 
87% 
86% 



83>^@ 
82%® 
83 ® 
835i@ 
8354® 
83%® 
83%® 
8i'4@ 



86^6 

86?i 

86% 

86 

85!/2 

85 

83% 

83% 

84y8 

84 

83% 

8i% 

8a% 



82%® 905i 
1 06%@1 15 



Con- 
tract, 
Jan., 
per bu. 



85 



88 
86 

@85% 



85% 



85 @88 



Con- 
tract, 

May, 
per bu. 



89%@ 



88%@ 
89%® 
89 @ 



91% 
90% 
90% 
89% 

89!/2 



90% 
8954 



87%® 
8754® 88% 
885i@ 88M 
88 @ 88% 
8856® 88% 
87%® 8956 
87%@ "' 
86%® 
86 ® 
855S£@ 



87Ji 
87% 



8654® 
8654® 
86%® 



87%® 



87H 
87% 
8756 
8756 
87% 



85 
08 



@ 91% 
@1 145:^ 



Con- 
tract, 

July, 
per bu. 



85 @86% 
85 ®85% 



8456@84% 

84%®85% 

84i4@85% 

83ii®8454 

835i@83% 

82%@83% 

83%@83% 

8354®83% 

83%@84 

83 @84% 

82%@8356 

8254@83 

8256@82% 

82 @83 

82%@82% 

82%@83 

82%@82% 

82%@82?i 

82%@83% 



8' 
95%@99% 



COBN. 



Cash, 
con- 
tract, 
per bu. 



51 



50 



®51% 
. 5G 
. 51 
. 50 
. 50 
50 
®5054 
.... 50 
.... 49 
.... 49 
.... 49 
.... 49 
.... 485i 
.... 48 
49}^@50 
.... 46 
.... 46 
.... 46 
.... 46 
.... 46 
.... 4554 
.... 45% 
.... 45% 
.... 46 



465i@46% 
45%@46% 
4656®46% 
4656®46% 
46% 
46%@4756 
4654®47 
45 ' 



4554®5154 

50 " 



Con- 
tract, 
Dec, 
old. 
per bu. 



4 
-- i4 
4454@44% 

455'8@45% 
4556@45M 
45%@46% 
45%®46% 
45%@4656 
45%@45% 
4554@45i^ 
44%@45% 
45%@46y8 
4556@45% 
455'8®45% 
44%@45% 
44%@44% 
44%@45 



Con- 
tract, 
Dec, 
new, 
per bu. 



45M®46% 

45%@46 

45%®465^ 

45%@4656 

45%@465i 

46%@46% 

45M®46% 

44}6®46 



44%®475^ 
47%®52% 



44 

44%@45 

44%®4556 

44%@4554 

44% ©45^ 

44%@45 

44 @44% 

43%@445i 

43%@44% 

43%@44V2 

44 @44% 

43%@4456 

43%@44 

435^@44 

44 ' 



43i^@46% 





Mess Pobk. 


Lard. 


+3 


Cash, 


Dec, 


Jan., 


May, 


Cash, 


Dec, 


Q 


per brl. 


per brl. 


per brl. 


per brl. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


1.. 


114 00 ®14 25 


$ 


$12 40 ®12 52% 


i 12 70 


$ .... 7 02^ 


6 85 ®6 90 


?. 


14 00 @14 25 




12 47%®12 52;^ 


12 65 @12 70 


7 05 @ 7 10 


6 »5 


3 


14 00 ®14 25 




12 45 ®12 52}^ 


12 65 ©12 70 


7 02%® r 05 


6 82>^©6 87% 


4 


13 87%@14 00 




12 42%@12 50 


12 6256®12 67% 


6 97%© 7 00 


6 82% 


6 


13 87%®14 00 




12 50 @12 57% 


12 7256®12 7756 


7 00 © 7 0256 


6 85 


8,, 


13 87%®14 00 




12 57J^@12 70 


12 82%@12 87)!^ 


7 05 © 7 0754 


6 85 ©6 90 


9 


13 8756®14 00 




12 57%®12 70 


12 7256®12 8754 


7 02%© 7 05 


6 8254@6 90 


10 


13 8754@14 00 




12 52%®12 65 


12 67>6®12 80 


7 02%® 7 05 


6 85 


11 


13 8756®14 00 




12 5256@12 60 


12 70 ©12 775i^ 


7 07K2 


6 87% 


13.. 


13 87%®14 00 





12 55 @12 65 


12 75 ©12 77% 


7 0254 


6 87%@6 90 


14 


13 75 @13 875^ 




12 50 ®12 55 


13 65 @12 70 


6 97J6 


6 80 ©6 85 


15 


13 75 @13 87% 




12 50 ®12 55 


12 65 ©12 70 


6 90 © 6 92% 


6 80 


16 


13 75 ©13 87% 




12 55 ©12 72% 


12 70 ©12 85 


6 95 © 6 975^ 


6 80 @6 90 


17 


13 50 ®13 6256 




12 60 @12 75 


12 72%©12 875^ 


6 95 @ 6 9756 


6 85 ©6 92^6 


18 


13 50 ®13 62!^ 




12 60 ®12 72% 


12 75 ®12 85 


7 0256® 7 05 


6 87%©6 90 


20 


13 50 ®13 62% 




12 70, ®12 7256 


12 8256®12 85 


7 0756® 7 10 


6 90 ©6 92% 


?A 


13 50 @13 62% 




12 67H®12 72% 


12 77>^®12 80 


7 00 ® 7 0254 


690 


22 


13 45 ®13 50 




12 6754@12 7256 


12 75 @12 85 


7 00 © 7 025/2 


6 8756@6 90 


23 


13 45 ®13 50 




12 72 /a® 12 85 


12 85 ©12 95 


7 02)6© 7 05 


6 92% 


24 


13 45 @13 50 




12 80 ®13 00 


12 95 @13 05 


7 05 © 7 0756 


6 92%@6 9756 


25 , 


13 45 ®13 50 




12 9256@12 9756 


12 97'/;@13 02% 


6 9756® 7 00 


6 95 


27.. 


13 45 @13 50 




12 97%@13 20 


13 02%@13 22>/$ 


7 05 @ 7 071^ 


6 95 ©7 0256 


28, 


13 60 ®13 65 




13 173^@13 70 


13 25 ©13 67% 


7 25 ® 7 275^ 


7 05 ©7 25 


29.. 


13 40 ®13 50 




13 75 @14 00 


13 65 @13 90 


7 35 ® 7 3756 


7 27%®7 35 


1905 


13 40 @14 25 




12 40 ©14 00 


12 62%@13 90 


6 90 © 7 37% 


6 80 @7 35 


1904 


10 90 @11 60 


10 95 ® 11 65 


12 30 ©13 00 


12 37%@13 15 


6 92%© 7 15 


6 90 ©7 12% 



83 
LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES. 

sellers^ option as to time during November, 1905. 



COBBT. 



Con- 
tract, 
Jan., 
per bu. 



.... 4414 

.... 4434 

.... 449^ 

.... 44J6 

43H@44?g 

42%@43^ 

42%@43^ 
.... 43J6 
43%@44 
.... 4314 



.... 42ys 



42 @42M 



42 
44 



@44% 
@i7% 



Con- 
tract, 
May, 
per bu. 



46^@461 
46 @46^ 



46ii@46^ 
4654@46% 

47 m7% 

46%@47% 
45%@47 



447i@451 



46Jg@46^ 
46%®47M 
46!4@47Ji 
45^@46M 
45 @459i 



45M®45)6 
44?£®455£ 



43%@44% 

43^@43% 

42i* 439g@44 



43%@44)i 
43J6@44 3 
43!4@43^ 
43%@44^ 
432£@44^ 
44 ©4436 



43?i@479g 
45 



Con- 
tract, 
July, 
per bu. 



46H@46H 



45 @45?^ 
445i@459i 
45^@45ii 
44$g@45J6 
44V4@44s^ 
43M@44y2 



439g@43^4 

43J^@44 

4394@44 

43H@43^ 

43%@44V^ 

43%@44 

44M@44!^ 



43%@47M 



Oats. 



Con- 
tract, 
cash, 
per bu. 



Con- 
tract, 
Dec, 
per bu. 



29% 
30«@30^ 
30^@30^ 
30 @319g 
30;^ 
30M 
30 
29% 
29% 
29 J^ 
29% 
29% 
30 
30 
3014 
29% 
29% 
29M 
29)6 
2914 
29 
29^8 
29?^ 
29y2@295g 



395li@30^ 

"\ 4, 

30 

30 

30 

30%@30?i 

30J6®303^ 



29H@29% 






®30% 



32 @33 

32^®325g 
329g@325s 
329g@32?g 
32K®32K2 
32J6@32% 
32}6@32% 



29%@30i4 

29%@30i4 

30 @303i 

299g®30 

29V$@29% 

29>6®29% 

29i4@295g 

29i4@299g 

29 ©2914 

28%@29;4 

29 @39?^ 

29%@29% 



28%@30H 
28i/4®29?i 



Con- 
tract, 
May, 
per bu. 



32 @32>^ 
31%@32% 
32 ©333^ 
32 @32% 

32M@33% 

32ii@3236 

32^®3296 

31%®32H 

31%@33i4 

31%@32% 

31%@32 

31%@3i.% 

smmm 
3i%mi% 

31%@32 



3136@33 
30%@31% 



Con- 
tract, 
July, 
per bu. 



31^®31?^ 

31 mm 
3i%mm 

31 @313i 

3mmi% 
3i%mm 

3i;4@31V4 

31 mm 
3o%(miH 

30M@31^ 
31 @31^ 
30%@313^ 
3m@3lH 
30%@31% 
31 ©31^ 
30%@30% 
30%®30% 



30^@30% 
30J6®30% 
309i@305g 
3034®309g 
30%@30% 
30M@30% 



30ii@31% 
30%@32 



Kye. 



No. 2, 

cash, 

per bu. 



72/2 
@72i4 
®72>4 
72 
72 
72 
72 
72 
72 
@71^ 
.... 71 
.... 70 
.... 70 
70^@72 



71 



66 ®67 
.... 66K2 
.... 66 
.... 67 
.... 67 
.... 66 

67 @67i4 



66 ®72y2 
76 @81 



N0.2, 

Dec, 

per bu. 



.... 72^ 
72 ®72y2 
72 ®73 
71^@7236 
. 72 
. 73 
. 72 
. 72 
71J^72 
. 71 
70)6@71}ii 
. 70 
. 70 
. 69 
. 68% 
. 6736 
66 ®67 
. 66>6 
. 66 
. 67 
. 67 
. 66 
67^@67}6 
.... 68 



66 ®73 
76 miH 



Barlkt. 



Cash, 
per bu. 



38 @53 

39 ®55 
38 @55 
38 ®55 
38 ®55 
38 @55 
38 ®55 
38 @55 
38 @54 
38 @54 
37y2@55 
37J^55 
37 ®55 
37 @55 
37 ®55 
37 @54 
37 ®55 
37 @54 
37 ®54 
37 ®54 
37 @54 
37 ®54 
36;4®54 
36^®54 



Lard. 



Short Eib Sides. 



Live Hogs. 



Jan., 
per 100 lbs. 



$6 823^® 
6 77^^ 
6 80 ® 
6 77}^® 
6 77)6® 
6 8254® 
6 85 ® 
6 80 ® 
6 85 @ 
6 85 @ 
6 77^® 
6 77i/2@ 
6 80 ® 
6 82)6® 



6 87/2® 
6 85 @ 
685 ® 
6 873s@ 
6 90 ® 



6 90 ® 

6 97H@ 

7 22)fi@ 



6 85 
6 82!^ 
6 82^ 
6 80 
6 8234 
6 87)6 
6 90 
6 87/2 
6 873^ 
6 90 
6 8234 
6 80 
6 873i 
6 90 
6 87)6 
6 90 
6 87)6 
6 87/2 
6 9234 
6 95 

6 933^ 

7 00 

7 2234 
7 30 



6 77J^@ 7 30 
6 92)6® 7 22)6 



May, 
per 100 lbs. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



S7 00 @ 7 02/2 
6 95 ® 6 97)6 
6 95 @ 6 97)6 

6 95 

6 95 ® 6 97)6 
7 023^ 

7 00 

6 97)6® 7 03)6 

7 02)6® 7 05 
7 02)6® 7 05 

6 95 ® 6 973.2 
6 95 @ 6 973-4 

6 97)4® 7 05 

7 00 @ 7 07/2 

7 02)4 

7 02/2® 7 05 
7 00 

6 973^ 7 02)6 

7 00 ® 7 07/2 
7 05 ® 7 07/2 

7 07)6 

7 07)4® 7 12)6 
7 1234® 7 37)6 
7 35 @ 7 45 



12)6®7 
12/i®7 
12)4®7 
12)6®7 
1254®7 
15 ®7 
20 ®7 
20 ®7 
20 ®7 
1334®7 
12)6®7 
12)6@7 
00 @7 
00 ®7 
00 ®7 
00 @7 
00 @7 
00 ®7 
00 ®7 
00 @7 
00 @7 
00 @7 
00 @7 
00 @7 



25 

25 

25 

25 

25 

25 

30 

30 

30 

25 

25 

25 

1234 

133-i 

1234 

12/2 

12/2 

1234 

12)4 

13)^ 

12>^ 

121^ 

12/1 

12/, 



6 95 @ 7 45 

7 07)4® 7 35 



7 00 ®7 30 
6 6314®7 12/2 



Dec, 

per 100 lbs. 



Jan., 
per 100 lbs. 



$6 50 @6 
6 50 ®6 
6 50 @6 
6 47)6®6 
6 50 @6 
6 55 @6 
6 5234@6 
6 50 @6 
6 52/2@6 
6 55 ®6 
50 @6 
47)4@6 
47)6@6 
52/2@6 
55 ' 
6 55 
6 50 
6 50 
6 55 
660 



®6 



6 65 

6 70 

7 00 



6 



5234 

53)4 

52)4 

50 

55 

60 

60 

57)6 

57^2 

60 

55 

52)6 

57/2 

60 

573.4 

60 

55 

52)4 

6236 

67)4 

65 

721^ 

02/2 

10 



6 47)4@7 10 
6 40 @6 65 



May, 
per 100 lbs. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



70 @6 75 
72)6®6 75 
72)4@6 75 
.... 6 72)4 
72)6@6 77)6 
77/2®6 SSi-^ 
75 @6 8234 
72)4®6 77/2 
.... 6 77/2 
75 @6 80 
72)4@6 77)6 
70 ®6 75 
72i/^@6 80 
72)6®6 80 
75 ®6 80 
773^®6 80 
70 @6 75 
72)4@6 75 
75 @6 8234 
80 @6 87)6" 
85 @6 87)4 
85 @6 9234 
@7 25 



$4 35@5 20 
4 40®5 25 
4 35@5 20 
4 40®5 20 



22/2®7 32/2 



45@5 22)4 
40@5 15 
40@5 10 
40@5 10 
45@5 121^ 
45@5 12)4 
40®5 00 
45®5 05 
35®4 95 
45@5 00 
4 45®5 00 
4 40®5 00 
440®4 95 
4 4fl@4 97)4 
4 45®4 97)4 
4 45@4 92)4 
4 45®4 99 
440®4 90 
4 45®4 95 
4 60@5 05 



6 70 
6 55 



®7 32)4 
®6 85 



4 35@5 25 
4 15®5 25 



84 
DAILY CURRENT PRICES FOR THE 

Cash, and deliverable in swxeeding rrwnths at 



Wheat. 



Corn. 



Q 



No. 2 Red, 

cash, 

per bu. 



1. 

2 

4'. 
5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 

1905 
1904 



86 @ 87 

85^® 86?^ 

^H@ 86)6 

86 @ 88 

86%® 885i 

86?i@ 88H 

873i@ 88% 

88 @ 88)6 

88?^® 89% 

88)4® 89H 

88 ® 89% 

88 @ 88% 

88^® 89)4 

87%@ 88% 

87)4® 88% 

87^4® 88% 



8714® 88 

87»|® 87% 

87 ® 87)6 

86%® 87% 

86%® 87i4 

86)^2® 87)6 

87 ® 87% 

87)6® 89% 



85)4® 89»/2 
1 09)i®l 185^ 



No. 1 

Northern, 

cash, per bu. 


Con- 


Con- 


tract, 

Jan., 

per bu. 


tract, 

Feb., 

perbu. 


87 @ 90 






8654® 88 






87 ® 89 






87)6® 90 






87)6® 90 






87 @ 89 






87Kj® 89)4 






88 ® 90 






8796® 88% 






87)4® 88)6 






87)4® 881^ 






87)4® 88 






8796® 88)6 






86)4® 88)4 






86 @ 88 






86 ® 88 






83%® 88 






83)^® 87)6 






82)6® 88 






8254® 87)4 






82%® 88 






83 ® 88 






82)4® 87)4 






83%® 87 






83%@ 88 






82)4® 90 






I 15 @1 22 







Contract, 


May. 


per Du. 


88 @ 


88% 


87%® 


88% 


87)4® 


88% 


88)6® 


89 


88%® 


90)4 


89 @ 


90 


88%® 


89% 


88H@ 


89)6 


88%® 


89)4 


88%® 


89)6 


88%® 


89% 


88)i® 


88% 


88%® 


89)6 


87%® 


88% 


87)i@ 


88% 


87)4® 


88% 


87%® 


88% 


87)4® 


88 


87 ® 


87% 


87 @ 


87)4 


86%® 


87% 


86%® 


87)4 


86)4® 


87)6 


87 @ 


87% 


87)6® 


88% 


sevj® 


90)i 


1 08)^@1 15% 



Contract, 

July, 

per bu. 



Contract, 

cash, 

per bu. 



84 ® 
83%® 
83)4® 
84 ® 

mm 



83%® 
83%® 
83%® 



83%® 



83)4® 



83»4® 



83 ® 
83 ® 
83 @ 
83)6® 
83 ® 



84H 

84)4 

84)i 

84% 

85)4 

85 

84% 

84)6 

84'/2 

84)6 

84)i 

84 

84)6 

84 

83)6 

84 

84 

83% 

83)6 

83)4 



46 @ 
46 @ 



48 @ 



49 @ 

50 @ 
49%® 
49 ® 



83)6 
83yj 
84 
84>^ 



45 ® 
47 ® 



42 ® 



46)4 

46)4 

47 

47)4 

48 

48)6 

48)6 

47 

46 

46 

45)4 

45)4 

46 

47)6 

47)i 

49)6 

50)4 

50 

49)4 

48)4 

46 

47)4 

47 

45 

42^5 



82%® 85)4 
97%®1 01 



42 ® 50)4 
43)4® 49 



Contract, 

Jan., 
per bu. 



43 



43 ®43)6 
.... 43% 

43%@43% 



. 42)6 
42 ®42)4 

; 42% 
. 42/, 

43%@42% 



. 43 
41)6®41% 

43"®42)6 
41%®42 



41)6®44 
42 @45 






1. 

2. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14., 
15.. 
16.. 
18.. 
19., 
20.. 
21., 
22.. 
23.. 
26.. 
27.. 
28.. 
29.. 
30.. 



Mess Pork. 



Cash, 
per brl. 



Jan., 
per brl. 



il3 40 
13 40 
13 40 
13 40 
13 25 
13 25 
13 25 
13 25 
13 25 
13 00 



®13 
®13 
®13 
®13 
®13 
®13 
®13 
®13 
®13 
®13 



12 87)4@13 
12 87)4®13 
12 87)4®13 
12 75 ®12 
12 75 ®12 
12 87)6®13 
12 75 ©12 



12 75 
12 75 
12 75 
12 95 
12 75 
12 75 
12 75 
12 70 



®12 
®12 
®12 
@13 
®12 
®12 
®12 
@12 



50 

50 

50 

50 

37)6 

37)4 

37)6 

37yj 

37)4 

12)4 

00 

00 

00 

87)4 

80 

00 

87)6 

80 

80 

80 

00 

87)4 

87)6 

87)6 

75 



J13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
12 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 



62)4®13 
40 @13 
55 @13 
65 ®13 
50 @13 
57)4@13 
50 ®13 
55 @13 
42)4®13 
17)6®13 
00 ©13 
95 ®13 
05 @13 
00 ®13 
07)6®13 
20 ®13 
40 ®13 
35 ®13 
45 ®13 
60 ®13 
67)4®13 
50 ®13 
40 ®13 
47)6®13 
42)4®13 



95 


113 


aT 


13 


70 


13 


77H 


13 


67)4 


13 


72)6 


13 


62)4 


13 


62)6 


13 


52)6 


13 


40 


13 


.SO 


13 


05 


13 


10 


13 


05 


13 


15 


13 


52)4. 


13 


50 


13 


47)6 


13 


52)4 


13 


75 


13 


75 


13 


52)4 


13 


50 


13 


55 


13 


55 


13 



May, 
per brl. 



52)4@13 80 
27i^®13 5254 
45 ©13 62)4 
55 ®13 65 
42)4®13 62)4 
60 ®13 75 
50 ©13 60 
52)4®13 57)4 
42)4®13 55 
22)4®13 47)4 
20 @13 45 
15 @13 27)^ 
27)4@13 35 
22)4®13 25 
30 @13 35 
37y2@13 72)4 
52)4@13 65 
50 ®13 62)4 
60 @13 67)6 
62)4®13 90 
80 @J3 92)4 
65 @I3 75 
62)6®13 70 
65 ®13 82)4 
72)4®13 82)4 



July, 
per brl. 



Lard. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



60 
70 

75 
70 



$7 30 @7 32)4 
7 27)6@7 30 
35 ®7 37% 
30 ®7 32)4 
42)4®7 45 
45 @7 47)6 
®7 62)4 
®7 72)4 
@7 77)4 
@7 72)4 
52)6®7 55 
52)4®7 55 
52H@7 55 
52)4®7 55 
55 ®7 57)4 
55 ®7 57)4 
50 ®7 52)6 
42)/s®7 45 
42)4®7 45 
52)4@7 55 
50 ®7 52)4 
®7 32)4 
®7 22y, 
®7 32)4 
730 



30 
20 
30 



Jan., 
per 100 lbs. 



17 17)6®7 27)4 
7 07)4®7 15 
12)4®7 22)4 
17)^®7 22)6 
17y2@7 25 
25 ®7 30 
22)4@7 32)4 
30 ©7 40 
40 @7 50 
30 ®7 47)^ 
22)4@7 37)4 
25 ®7 30 
30 ®7 32)4 
27i^®7 32)4 



\7 32)4®7 40 



40 @7 47)^ 
37)6®7 45 
32>^®7 40 
35 @7 45 
37)6@7 45 
40 ®7 45 
27)4@7 35 
20 ®7 27)4 
22)^®7 30 
27)4®7 32)6 



1905 
1904 



12 70 
11 05 



®13 50 
©11 62)4 



12 95 @13 95 
12 32)4®13 00 



13 15 
12 60 



®13 92)4 
®13 22)4 



12 90 ©12 92)4 



7 20 
6 75 



©7 77)6 
©7 00 



7 07)6®7 50 
6 72)4©7 05 



■'^^ 



85 



LEADING SPECULATIVE ARTICLES. 

sellers'' option as to time, during December, 1905. 



Corn. 


Oats. 




Rye. 


Bar- 

LBY. 


Contract, 

Feb., 

per bu. 


Con- 
tract, 


Con- 
tract, 


Con- 
tract, 


Con- 
tract, 


Con- 
tract, 


Con- 
tract, 


No. 2, 

cash, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

May, 

perbu. 


Cash, 


May, 
per bu. 


July, 
per bu. 


cash, 
per bu. 


Jan., 
per bu. 


May., 
per bu. 


July, 
per bu. 


per bu. 




44)i@44% 


u%mi% 


.... 29% 




31%@32^ 


30^03078 




68 


71 ©72 


364©54 




44%@44» 


44^@44% 


.... 29% 




31%@32% 


30^®30% 


67 


®68 


71 @7iyj 


364®&4 




449g@45H 


44?g@45^ 


.... 29% 




31X@32H 


30%@31 




67 


.. 71 


364®54 




44%®45^4 


45 @455i 


.... 30^ 




32%@32%. 


31M@319^ 




67 V4 


.. 7m 


364©54 




45 @^% 


45H®45H 


.... 3H^ 




32%@33^ 


31H@31% 




68 


72 


364®54 




44%@45H 


45H@45?^ 


3l%@32 




32%ms% 


31=^@32 




674 


71Ks®72K, 


37 ©54 




44?i@45H 


45 ®45i4 


3l%®a2^ 




32%@33H 


31^@32 




67i4 


72 


37 ©54 




U%@^% 


45 @45% 


31 @31>8 




^%@32% 


31H@3196 




67 


72 


37 ©54 




44M@44% 


44%@45 


.... 31% 




32?^@33 


31 @3iyj 




67 


72 


37 ©54 




44 ®44>4 


44^@44% 


.... 30% 




32?6®32?i 


31 @319^ 




67 


72 


37 ©54 




43%@44>6 


44H@449i 


.... 30?g 




32^@325^ 


30M@31J4 




66 


70 ©704 


37 ©54 




43%@44ii 


UHmi% 


.... 305^ 




32H@32J6 


305i@31 




66 


704@72 


37 ©54 




44V6@44V4 


'i4%®44% 


.... 30?i 




d&%@33% 


30%mi% 




67 


72 


38 ©54 




44«@44'/2 


U%@U% 


.. . 30»4 




32\4.@32% 


30%@30% 




67 


715!i 


38 ©54 




44 ®44'/2 


44i4@44^ 


.... 30^6 




31%@3&% 


30J6@30M 




67 


72 


38 ©54 




44 ©44^8 


449g@44'4 


.... 31 




31%@32% 


30i4@30% 




67 


.. 72 


38 ©54 




44 @44% 


UH(SM% 


.... 30% 




31%@32% 


30^@30^ 


66 


©67 


.. 71 


38 ©54 




44^@44% 


44%@44f^ 


30?g@31J4 




31%®32 


30ii@30}& 


65 


@66 


70 


38 ©54 




44 mi% 


U%@ii% 


.... 30% 




315li®32 


309g@30% 


65 


@66 


70 


374@54 




44 @44ii 


44%@44H 


.... 30/2 




31%@31% 


30%@30i4 


65 


@66 


70 


374@54 




43%@44}i 


44M@44% 


309i@31 




31%mi% 


30«@30H 


65 


@66 


69 ©70 


37i/^©54 
374®54 






W/M^U 


30%@31 




B19g@32 


30?6®30>6 


65 


©66 


68 ©69 




44 ®44!/2 


44%@44?i 


... 311/4 




313i@32i^ 


30ii@30% 


.. 


64 


68 ©684 


374@54 




44ii@44Kj 


u%mi% 


.... 32^ 




32 @32»4 


30!4@30?6 




64/s 


684 


374@54 




44^@44!4 


44?g@443i 


3iys@32 




32^i32% 


309g@303i 


64i4@66 


.. 684 


374©54 




43%®45^ 


44^@45^ 


29i/2@32?i 




3iy4®33% 


30i4®32 


64 


©68 


68 ©724 






44^@45% 


44>4@46>4 


28,H@32 




30i4@31% 


30^®3m 


73 


©75 


75 ©79 





Lard. 



Ma; 

per 100 



lbs. 



«7 32)6@7 



25 
30 
35 ©7 

324©7 
40 ©7 
37J6@7 
374©7 
324@7 
2r4@7 
22>6@7 
25 ©7 
274©7 
27J^7 
30 ©7 
35 ©7 
35 ©7 
324©7 
374@7 
40 ©7 
47J^7 
40 ©7 
37J6©7 
40 ©7 
42)6®7 



40 

30 

40 

40 

40 

45 

42^ 

45 

40 

374 

35 

30 

30 

30 

321/2 

42H 

42H 

424 

45 

524 

57% 

45 

40 

50 

50 



July, 
per 100 lbs. 



7 524 



7 50 
7'46' 



7 37V5 
7 374 
45 ©7 50 
45 ©7 50 

7 474 

474®7 52^6 
52)6@7 60 
55 ©7 60 
7 50 
45' "@7 50 
47J6@7 574 
524©7 55 



Short Rib Sides. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



©7 
©7 
©7 
©7 



$7 00 
7 00 
700 
700 
700 
700 
7 00 ©7 
6 874©7 
6 87J6@7 
6 874©7 
6 874®7 
6 87J4®7 
6 874®7 
6 874®7 
6 874®7 
6 90 ©7 
6 90 ' 
6 90 
690 



©7 



©7 
©7 
©7 
©7 
©7 
©7 



124 
124 
124 

12' i 

124' 

12'4 

124 

12>6 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

05 

05 

05 

10 

15 

20 

124 

124 

20 

20 



January, 
per 100 lbs. 



95 ©7 05 
85 ©6 924 
90 ©7 024 
974@7 05 
974©7 05 
074®7 124 
02y,@7 07J^ 
02J6®7 074 
974@7 05 
95 ©7 00 
874©7 00 
85 ©6 90 
90 ©6 95 
90 ©6 924 
92%@6 95 
974©7 mi4 
974@7 07J6 
97^^7 05 
024®7 10 
10 ®7 174 
174®7 20 
10 ©7 15 
073^7 15 
124©7 20 
15 ©7 20 



May, 
per 100 lbs. 



S7 15 ©7 



05 

124@7 

174®7 

124®7 

25 ®7 

20 @7 

224@7 

12J6®7 

10 ®7 

074@7 

05 ©7 

10 ©7 

10 ©7 

124®7 

174©7 

I7ii©7 

15 ©7 

224@7 

25 ©7 

35 ©7 

274®7 

274@7 

32V^7 

32J6@7 



25 
15 

224 

25 

25 

30 

25 

25 

23 ^ 

174 

20 

124 

15 

15 

15 

274 

274 

25 

274 

40 

42K 

35 " 

35 

40 

40 



July, 
per 100 lbs. 



H 60©5 07Vi 
4 60©5 05 
4 55©4 95 
4 60@5 05 
4 60@5 05 



725 
7 25 



32}6®7 37J6 
30 ©7 32^ 
30 ©7 35 
35 ©7 40 
40 ©7 524 
474©7 524 
424©7 45 
424©7 45 
474©7 524 
45 ©7 50 



LiVB 
llOGS. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs 



75®5 15 
70©5 10 
70®5 05 
65©4 974 
65@4 974 
70©5 05 
75®5 05 
70®5 00 
70@5 00 
70©5 05 
75@5 124 
80®5 15 
75@5 10 
75©5 20 
85©5 20 
95©5 35 
95m 30 
85©5 20 
90©5 25 
00©5 35 



7 22J6@7 57% 
7 00 ©7 25 



7 37%®7 60 
7 10 ®7 324 



6 874®r 20 
6 12!^7 75 



685 
635 



©7 20 
®6 674 



7 05 ®7 424 
6 774@6 97>^ 



7 25 ©7 524 



4 55©5 35 
4 10©4 87% 



86 



FLAX SEED. 

Daily, current prices of this cereal from January 1, 1905, to April 30, 1905, inclusive, 
cash and deliverable in succeeding months at sellers^ option as to time. 



January. 



February. 



6 


No. 1, 


No.l, 


No.l, 


6 


No.l, 


No.l, 


No.l, 


e3 


cash, 


May, 


July, 


e3 


cash. 


May, 


July, 


Q 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


1.. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


3. 


11 15 @1 221/2 


S 123 


S 


$1 16 ®1 23 


6 120 


? 


4 


1 15 @1 23!4 


123 




3.. 


1 15 ©1 22 


120 






5.. 


1 15 @1 221/2 


1 22 




3.. 


1 16 ®1 22 


1 20 






6.. 


1 15 @1 22ys 


1 21 @1 2314 




4.. 


1 16 ®1 23 


120 






7 


1 15 @1 22/2 


123 




6 . 


1 16 ©1 23 


1 20 






9.. 


1 15 @1 221/2 


1 22 




7.. 


1 16 ®1 22 


130 






10 


1 16 @1 23 
1 16 @1 23 


123 

1 22 






8 . 
9.. 


1 16 @1 23 
1 16 ®1 «3 


120 

1 SO 






11.. 






13.. 


1 16 @1 23 


1 21 




10.. 


1 16 ®1 23 


1 SO 






13.. 


1 16 @1 23 


1 21 




11.. 


1 16 @1 231/4 


1 30 






U 


1 16 ®1 23 


1 21 




14.. 


1 17/2@1 25 


1 31 






16.. 


1 16 ©1 23 


121 




15.. 


1 17/s®l 25 


131 






17.. 


1 15 @1 23 


121 




16.. 


1 18 ®1 26 


121 






18.. 


1 15 @1 23 


. 1 31 




17.. 


1 18 @1 26 


121 






19.. 


1 15 @1 22>^ 


1 21 




18.. 


1 17/2©1 25J6 


121 






20.. 


1 15 @1 221/2 


119/2 




20.. 


1 18 ®1 26 


1 21 






21.. 


1 15 @1 211/2 


119 




21.. 


1 18/2©1 36H 


121/2 






23.. 


1 15 @1 21^2 


119 




33,, 


1 20 ©1 281/4 


123 






24.. 


1 15 @1 21>6 


1 19 




34.. 


1 21 ©1 3U4 


124 






25.. 


1 15 @1 21 


1 19 




35.. 


1 23%®1 34 


126 






26.. 


1 15 ®1 22 


1 19 




27.. 


1 24 @1 35 


128 






27.. 


1 16 @1 23 


1 20 




28.. 


1 24 @1 34 


1 28 






28.. 


1 16 @1 23 


120 














29.. 


1 16 @1 23 


1 20 












31.. 


1 16 @1 23 


120 












March. 


April. 


a5 


No.l, 


No.l, 


No.l, 


CJ 


No. 1, 


No.l, 


No.l, 


C3 


cash, 


May, 


July, 


c3 


cash. 


Mav. 


July, 


Q 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 




per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


1.. 


$1 25 @1 351/2 


$ 136 


$ 


1.. 


$1 24 ©1 37 


$ 124 


i 


2.. 


1 26y3@i 3714 


1 26/2 








3.. 


1 24 ©1 38 


124 








3.. 


1 26i^®l 38 


.... 1 261/4 








5.. 


1 24 ©1 38 


134 








4.. 


1 86)6®1 38 


126/2 








6.. 


1 24 ©1 38 


124 








6.. 


1 3714®! 39 


127/2 








7.. 


1 23 ©1 37 


133 








7.. 


1 26H®1 3&bit 


136V4 








8.. 


1 23 ©1 37 


133 








8.. 


1 26%m 38^ 


136/2 






.... 


10.. 


1 23 ©1 37 


183 








9.. 


1 26>6@1 39 


136^4 








11.. 


1 23 ©1 37 


133 








10.. 


1 27 ®1 39J^ 


127 








12.. 


1 24 ©1 38 


134 








11.. 


1 27 ®1 391/2 


127 








13.. 


124 ©138 


124 








13.. 


1 26 @1 381/2 


126 








14.. 


1 25 ®1 39 


125 








14.. 


1 25 @1 37 


127 








15.. 


1 25 ®1 39 


125 








15.. 


1 25 ®1 37 


125 








17.. 


1 26 ®1 39^ 


136 








16.. 


1 25 ®1 37 


1 25 








18.. 


1 27 ©1 40 


. 127 








17.. 


1 26 ®1 38 


125 








19.. 


1 27 ©1 40 


137 








18.. 
20.. 
21.. 


1 26 @1 38!/2 
1 26 @1 3814 
1 26 @1 38 


126 

126 

126 








20.. 

22 

34.'! 


1 27 ©1 40 
1 27 ©1 40 
1 25 ©1 40 


137 

127 

135 








22.. 


1 25 @1 37 


135 








35.. 


1 25 ©1 40 


125 








23.. 
24.. 


1 25 @1 37 
1 24 @1 36 


I 25 

1 24 








36.. 
27.. 


1 25 ©1 40 
1 2b}(t@l 40 


1 25 

1 25/2 








25.. 
27.. 


123 @1 35 
1 33 @1 36 


125 

133 








28.. 
29.. 


1 25J6®1 40 
1 25/»©l 40 


1 251/2 

1231/2 








28.. 


1 23 @1 36 


133 
















29.. 


1 24 @1 37 


1 24 
















30.. 


1 24 ®1 37 


124 
















31. 


1 24 ®1 37 


124 

















87 



FLAX SEED. 

Daily current cash prices of this cereal from May 1, 1905, to 
August SI, 1905, inclusive. 



May. 


JXJNE. 


si 


No. 1, 


No. 1, 


No. 1, 


6 


No. 1, 


No. 1, 


No. 1, 


^ 


cash, 


June 


July, 


ci 


cash. 


July, 


September, 


O 


per l)u. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


1. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


1.. 


$1 25 @1 40 


1 


$ 


SI 30 @1 47 


i 


5 


3.. 


1 35 @1 39 






2. 


1 30 @l 47 








3.. 


1 25 @1 39 






3. 


1 30 @1 47 








4.. 


1 25 ®1 39 






5. 


1 30 @1 47 








5.. 


1 25 @1 39 






6. 


1 30 @1 47 








6.. 


1 25 @1 39 






7. 


1 30 @1 47 








8.. 


1 25 @1 39 






8. 


1 29 @1 45 








9.. 


1 25 @1 39 






9. 


1 27 @1 43 








10.. 


1 25 @1 39 






10 


1 27 @1 43 








11.. 


1 25 @1 39 






13 


1 26 @1 43 








12.. 


1 25 @1 39 






13. 


1 25 @1 43 








13.. 


1 25 @1 39 







14. 


1 25 @1 43 








15.. 


1 35 ©1 40 








15. 


1 25 @1 43 








16.. 


1 26 m 42 








16. 


1 25 @1 43 








17.. 


1 26 @1 42 








17. 


1 25 @1 43 








18.. 


1 26 ©1 42 








19. 


1 25 @1 43 








19.. 


1 26 @1 42 








20. 


1 25 @1 43 








20.. 


1 26 @1 42 








21. 


1 25 @1 43 








22.. 


1 26 ®1 42 








23 


1 25 @1 43 








23.. 


1 26 @1 43 








33 


1 25 @1 43 








24.. 


1 26 @1 42 








24 


1 25 @1 43 








25. 


1 28 m 45 








26. 


1 25 ®1 43 








26.. 


1 28 @1 45 








27. 


1 25 ®1 43 








27.. 


1 30 ®1 46 








28. 


1 25 ®1 43 








29.. 


1 30 @1 46 








29. 


1 25 @1 43 








31.. 


1 30 m 47 






30. 


1 25 @1 43 







July. 


August. 


6 


No. 1, 


No. 1, 


No. 1, 


6 


No. 1, 


No.l, 


No. 1, 


In 


cash, 


August, 


September, 


4^ 

03 


cash. 


September, 


October, 


Q 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


Q 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


1.. 


$1 25 @1 43 




S 


1. 


$1 31 @1 35 


1 




5.. 


1 25 @1 43 






. . • ■ ■ 


2. 


1 31 @l 35 










6.. 


1 25 ®1 43 








3. 


1 26 @1 33 










7.. 


1 26 @1 44 








4. 


1 26 @1 33 










8.. 


1 26 @1 44 








5 


1 20 @1 28 










10.. 


1 26 @1 44 








7. 


1 15 @1 23 










11.. 


1 26 @1 44 








8. 


1 13 ®1 23 










12.. 


1 26 @1 44 









9 


1 10 @1 30 










13.. 


1 25 ®1 43 








10 


1 07 @1 17 










14.. 


1 24 ®1 43 








11. 


1 06 @1 16 










15.. 


1 24 @1 43 








12. 


1 06 @1 16 










17.. 


1 22i4@l 40 








14. 


1 06 @1 16 










18.. 


1 23Vi@l 40 








15. 


1 06 @1 16 










19.. 


I 22>4@1 40 








16. 


1 06 @1 16 










20.. 


1 2214®! 40 








17. 


1 06 @1 16 










21.. 


1 24 ®1 40 








18. 


1 06 ®1 16 










22.. 


1 24 @1 40 








19. 


1 06 @1 16 










24.. 


1 24i4®l 40 








31 


1 06 @1 16 










25.. 


1 25 ®1 39 








22. 


1 01 @1 16 










26.. 


1 28 ®1 39 








23. 


1 02 ®1 16 










27.. 


1 30 @1 39 








24. 


1 03 @1 16 










28.. 


1 31 ®1 39 








25. 


1 09 ®1 16 










29.. 


1 31 @1 39 








26. 


1 09 @1 16 










31.. 


1 31 @1 35 








28. 


1 09 @1 16 








, , 










39. 


1 10 ®1 12 


















30. 


1 09 @1 12 


















31. 


1 06 @1 12 








., 



88 



FLAX SEED. 

Daily, current cash prices of this cereal from September 1, 1905, to 
December SI, 1905, inclusive. 



September. 


October. 


2 

q 


No.l, 

cash, 

per bu. 


No.l, 

May, 

per bu. 


No.l, 

July, 

per bu. 


2 


No.l, 

cash, 

per bu. 


No.l, 

May, 

per bu. 


No. 1, 

July, 

per bu. 


1. 

2.. 

5.. 

6.. 

7.. 

8.. 

9.. 
11.. 
13.. 
13.. 
14.. 
15.. 
16.. 
18.. 
19.. 
20.. 
21.. 
23.. 
23.. 
25.. 
2fl.. 
27.. 
28. 
29.. 
30.. 


11 06 ®1 12 
1 06 ®1 13 
1 06 @1 12 
1 06 @1 12 
1 08 ®1 12 
1 08 @1 13 
1 07 @1 11 
1 05 ®1 10 
1 05 ®1 10 
1 04 @1 10 
1 04 ®1 10 
1 02 @1 08 

95 @1 02 
93 @ 98% 
92 @ 98)6 
92 ® 98% 
92 @ 98% 
92 ® 98% 
92 @ 98)6 

92 ® 98% 

93 ®1 00 

96 @1 03% 

97 ©103% 

94 ®1 01 
93 ® 99 


i 




f 




2.. 

3.. 

4.. 

5.. 

6.. 

7.. 

9.. 
10.. 
11.. 
12 
13.. 
14.. 
16.. 
17.. 
18. 
19.. 
30.. 
21.. 
23 . 
24.. 
25.. 
26.. 
27.. 
28.. 
30.. 
31.. 


$ 95 ®1 01 
97 ®1 03 
97 ®103 
96 @1 03 
96 ®1 02 
96 ©102 
94 ®1 00 

94 ®1 00 

95 ®1 01 

96 ®1 02 
95 ®] 01 
94 ®1 00 
93 @ 99 
93 @ 99 
93 ® 99 
93 ® 99 
93 ® 99 
93 @ 98 
93 ® 98 

92 © 98 

93 @ 98 
93 ® 98 
93 @ 98 
92 @ 98 
93%@1 00 
93%@1 00 


« 


$ 





NOYIHBEB. 


December. 




No.l, 

cash, 

per bu. 


No.l, 

May, 

per bu. 


No.l, 
July, 
per bu. 


6 


No.l, 
cash, 
per bu. . 


No.l, 

May. 

per bu. 


No.l, 

July, 

per bu. 


1.. 

2.. 

3.. 

4.. 

6.. 

8.. 

9.. 
10.. 
11.. 
13.. 
14.. 
15.. 
16.. 
17.. 
18.. 
20.. 
21.. 
22.. 
23.. 
24.. 
25.. 
27.. 
28.. 
29.. 


$ 93 ®1 00 
93 ®1 00 
93 ®1 00 

93 ®1 00 
93%®1 00 
931^100 
93)6@1 00 
93%@1 00 
93%®1 00 
93%®1 00 
93)6@1 00 

94 ®1 00 
94 ®100 
94 ®1 00 
94 ®1 00 
94 ®1 00 
94 @1 00 
93 ® 99 
93 ® 99 
93 ® 99 
93 ®1 00 

93 © 99 

94 ®1 00 
94 @1 00 


$ 


$.. . 






1.. 

2.. 

4.. 

5.. 

6.. 

7.. 

8.. 

9.. 
11.. 
13.. 
13.. 
14.. 
15.. 
16.. 
18.. 
19.. 
20.. 
21.. 
22.. 
23.. 
36.. 
27.. 
28.. 
29.. 
30.. 


$ 94 ®1 00 
94 ®100 

94 ®1 01 

95 ®1 02)6 

96 @1 03% 

97 ®1 03% 
95)6®1 02 

95 @1 01% 

96 ©1 02)6 
96 ©1 03% 
96%®1 03 

98 ®1 04% 
1 00 ®] 06% 
1 00 ®1 07 

1 (10 ®1 07 
98 ©1 05 
1 00 ©1 06% 
1 03 ©1 08% 
1 03 ©1 083^ 
1 03 ©1 08% 
1 03 ©1 08% 
1 04 ©1 09% 
1 08 ©1 13 
1 10 @1 16 
1 10 @1 16 


$ 






« 





89 



TIMOTHY AND CLOVER SEEDS. 



Beceipts and shipments of these commodities during 1905, by rov^es- 





TiMOTHT Seed. 


Cloveb Seed. 


* 


Received. 
Lbs. 


Shipped. 


Received. 
Lbs. 


Shipped. 


Lake 




967,728 

"■i08',635 
273,273 




1,120 


Canal 








Chicago & Northwestern Railway 

Illinois Central Eailroad 


9,260,376 

2.805,038 

10,741,738 

9,004,710 

111,892 

i3,3bb',i26 


533,422 

430,330 

45,052 

650,278 

47,475 

120,000 

607,000 


96,490 
89.439 


Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 


40,000 


Chicago, Burlington & Ouincv Railway 


l'63',127 




Chicago & Alton Railroad 


75.560 


Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 




Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 






Wabash Railroad (west of Chicaeo) 






Chicago Great Western Railway 


8,767,866 
40,000 








Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad 




''52l'.8i» 

■■■62b',520 
1,092,819 




Wisconsin Central Railway 






Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway 








Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway 

Eastern Lines 


75,045 
240,000 


221,595 
13,455,726 


242,960 
2,535.795 






Totals 


53,346,785 


15,189,484 


4.668,715 


3,081,364 







TIMOTHY AND CLOVER SEEDS. 



Beceipts and shipments of these commodities during 1905, by months. 



January . . . . 
February... 
March . ... 

April , 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September.. 

October 

November.. 
December... 

Totals 



Timothy Seed. 



Received. 
Lbs. 



2,856,170 
8,192,684 

10,918,718 

4,922,424 

1,635,507 

560,535 

462,560 

2,150,211 

13,401,418 
9,026,897 
2,996,326 
1,223,335 



53,346,785 



Shipped. 
Lbs. 



1,182,219 

1,588,641 

2,765,311 

1,203,803 

900,261 

100,610 

105,431 

774,003 

3,624,009 

1,084,911 

1,067,525 

792.760 



15,189,484 



Cloveb Seed. 



Received. 
Lbs. 



463,970 

371,326 

275,046 

177,728 

41,690 

84,200 

45,040 

9,866 

376,505 

1,706,000 

953,341 

174,003 



4,668,715 



Shipped. 
Lbs. 



621,614 

322,173 

728,982 

519,889 

67,104 

55,456 

18,946 

89,941 

177,710 

154,096 

199,641 

125.812 



3,081.364 



90 



OTHER GRASS AND FLAX SEEDS. 



Receipts and shipments of these products during 1905, by routes. 





Otheb Grass Seed. 


Ft, AX Seed. 




Received 
Lbs. 


Shipped 


Received 
Bu. 


Shipped 
Bu. 


Lake 




4,801,390 


1,273,000 


98,617 


Canal 




Chicago & Northwestern Railway 


4,769.960 

1,164,000 

1.279,098 

1,164,035 

3,140 

120,000 

8,893,200 

80,000 

1,544,678 

410,000 

65,ia5 

40,000 

486,802 

554,395 


207,915 
975,862 


495,894 
26,803 
39,154 

485,800 
6,110 


2,230 


Illinois Central Railroad 




Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 




Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway 


155,713 
54,570 




Chicago & Alton Railroad 




Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 




Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 

Wabash Railroad (west of Chicago) 


393,800 


463,671 

1,800 

23,255 

64,600 

220 




Chicago Great Western Railway 






Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad 






Wisconsin Central Railway 


165,087 




Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway 




Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway 

Eastern Lines 


836,608 
28,348,645 


3,740 
7,195 


4,035 
133,770 






Totals 


20,574,443 


35,939,590 


2,890,241 


238,652 







OTHER GRASS AND FLAX SEEDS. 

Receipts and shipments of these products during 1905, hy months. 



January 

February. . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September . 

October 

November.. 
December.. 

Totals 



Other Grass Seed. 



Received 
Lbs. 



733,280 

1,111,873 

3,636,300 

1,844,665 

851,850 

505,365 

5C9,850 

578,017 

4,875,067 

3,097,416 

1.854,480 

987.220 



20,574,443 



Shipped 
Lbs. 



1,221,931 
2,263,461 
5,319,179 
4,397,929 
1,553,346 
310,093 
546,726 
4,158,220 
7,397,990 
3.321,848 
2,675,633 
2,773,235 



35,939,590 



Flax Seed 



Received 
Bu. 



133,251 
161,285 
273,160 
87,240 
244.402 
126,730 
117,020 
341,455 
189,043 
342,220 
579,941 
305,504 

2,890,241 



Shipped 
Bu. 



11,117 

14,823 

8.102 

44,877 

17,303 

12,022 

8,421 

72,433 

34,336 

8,360 

3,923 

2,936 



238,652 



91 



SALT AND SEEDS. 



Range of prices for each week during 1905. 







Salt, 
Per Brl. 


Seeds, 
Per 100 Lbs. 




Medium. 


Granulated. 


Clover, 

poor to prime 

contract. 


Timothy, 

poor to prime 

contract. 


-Tanuarv 


6 
13 

20 
27 
3 
10 
17 
24 

,1 

17 
24 
31 

7 

14 
21 
28 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 

14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 

15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 


84 
84 
84 
84 
84 
84 
84 
84 
84 
84 
84 
75 
75 
75 
75 
70 
70 
75 
75 
75 
75 
75 
75 
75 
75 
75 
78 
78 
78 
78 
78 
67 
67 
70 
70 
70 
70 
67 
67 
70 
70 
70 
70 
70 
75 
75 
75 
75 
75 
75 
75 
75 


74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
65 
65 
65 
65 
63 
63 
68 
68 
68 
68 
68 
68 
68 
68 
68 
71 
71 
71 
71 
71 
60 
60 
63 
63 
63 
63 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
65 
65 
65 
65 
65 
65 
65 
65 


$ 8 00 ©12 75 

8 00 ©13 00 

9 00 ©13 00 
9 00 ©12 75 
9 00 ©12 50 
9 00 ©12 50 
9 00 ©12 50 
9 00 ©12 50 
9 00 ©12 60 
9 00 ©12 85 
9 50 ©13 35 

10 00 ©13 35 
10 00 ©13 75 
10 00 ©14 40 
8 00 ©14 40 
8 00 ©14 00 
8 00 ©14 00 
8 00 ©13 50 
8 00 ©13 00 
8 00 ©12 50 
8 00 ©12 25 
8 00 ©12 25 
8 00 ©12 25 
8 00 ©12 25 
8 00 ©12 25 

8 00 ©13 00 
10 00 ©13 00 
10 00 ©13 00 
10 00 ©13 00 

9 00 ©13 00 
9 00 ©13 00 
9 00 ©12 75 
8 50 ©12 25 

8 50 ©12 25 

9 00 ©11 75 
9 00 ©11 00 
9 00 ©11 00 
9 00 ©12 25 
9 50 ©12 25 
9 50 ©12 75 
9 00 ©12 50 
9 50 ©13 25 

10 00 ©13 25 
10 00 ©13 ^5 
10 00 ©13 25 
10 00 ©13 25 
10 00 ©13 25 
10 00 ©13 25 
10 00 ©13 25 
10 00 ©13 25 
10 00 ©13 00 
10 00 ©13 25 


£1 75 ©2 77% 




2 00 ©2 80 




2 00 ©2 80 




2 00 ©2 80 


Februar V 


2 00 ©2 85 




2 00 ©2 85 




2 00 ©2 87>^ 


" 


2 00 ©2 92V4 


March 


2 25 ©3 00 
2 25 ©3 10 




2 25 ©3 05 




2 25 ©3 00 


ii.l>vii .../^ ... ^ .............. .. 


2 25 ©3 00 
2 00 ©3 10 




2 00 ©3 10 




2 00 ©3 10 


Mav 


2 00 ©3 10 
2 00 ©3 10 




2 00 ©3 10 




2 00 ©3 10 




2 00 ©3 00 


June 


2 00 ©3 00 




2 00 ©3 00 




200 ©3 00 
2 00 ©3 00 




2 25 ©3 30 


July 


2 50 ©3 30 




2 50 ©3 30 




2 50 ©3 30 




2 50 ©3 25 


August 


2 50 ©3 25 




2 50 ©3 55 




2 75 ©3 60 


September 


200 ©3 60 
2 50 ©3 65 
2 50 ©3 75 




2 50 ©3 60 




2 50 ©3 55 




2 00 ©3 55 


October 


2 00 ©3 40 




2 00 ©3 30 




2 00 ©3 20 




2 00 ©3 20 


November 


1 50 ©3 25 




1 50 ©3 50 




1 50 ©3 50 




1 50 ©3 50 


December 


1 50 ©3 30 




1 50 ©3 30 




1 75 ©3 30 




1 75 ©3 35 




1 75 ©3 50 







92 



BEANS AND POTATOES. 



Range of prices for each week during 1905. 







Beans. 


Potatoes. 




Pea, ^ 
common to ,i?, 
fine, ^**' 
per bu. ' 


irbanks, 
to fancy, 
jer bu. 


Burals, 

common to 

fancy, 

per bu. 


Janua.rv 


7 

14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 

16 
23 
30 

7 

14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 


1 35 ® 1 62 g 
1 35 ® 1 62 a 
1 25 ® 1 62 3 
1 25 ® 1 58 a 
1 00® 1 58 a 
1 00 ® 1 66 a 
1 25® 1 85 3 
1 35 ® 1 83 a 
1 30® 1 80 3 
1 30 ® 1 77 2 
1 30 ® 1 77 2 
1 30 ® 1 73 2 
1 30 ® 1 70 2 
1 30 ® 1 68 2 
1 30 ® 1 65 2 
1 30 ® 1 68 2 
1 30 ® 1 70 2 
1 30 ® 1 70 2 
1 30 @ 1 70 2 
1 30 ® 1 70 2 
1 30 ® 1 65 2 
1 30® 165 2 
1 30® 1 65 1 
1 30 ® 1 68 
1 50 ® 1 75 
165® 178 
1 25 @ 1 78 
1 25 ® 1 76 
1 25 @ 1 76 
1 25 ® 1 76 
1 25 @ 1 72^ . . . 
1 20 ® 1 72 
1 20® 1 60 
1 20® 1 65 
1 25 @ 1 66 
1 25 ® 1 63 
1 25® 1 65 
1 25 @ 1 68 
1 25 @ 1 68 4 
1 25® 1 65 4 
126® 1 65 4 
1 40 ® 1 63 5 
1 40 @ 1 65 6 
1 40 @ 1 65 6 
1 40 ® 1 62 6 
1 40 ® 1 70 6 
1 40 ® 1 70 6 
1 40 ® 1 70 6 
1 40 @ 1 65 6 
1 40 @ 1 60 5 
1 40 @ 1 62 & 
1 45 ® 1 62 5 


12® 38 
4 ® 37 

4 ® 37 
3@ 36 
a@ 35 
3® 35 
3 ® 35 
3® 37 
® 37 
7® 31 

5 @ 28 
5 ® 28 
5 @ 28 
0® 25 
0® 26 
0® 29 
4® 29 
1® 25 
0® 25 
® 23 

® 24 

1 ® 25 
8 ® 25 



3 @ ' "48 
5 @ 48 

3 ® 63 
3® 65 
5 @ 72 
7® 70 
6® 70 
4® 68 

4 @ 6" 

4 ® 65 
1 @ 65 
6® 63 

5 @ 59 
8 @ 66 


31 ® 36 




32 ® 36 




32 ® 36 


February 


31 ® 35 
31 ® 35 




31 ® 35 




31 ® 35 




32 ® 36 


March 


29 ® 36 




25 ® 30 
24 @ 27 




24 ® 28 


April 


23 @ 28 
20 ® 26 




20 ® 26 




20® 30 
21 ® 30 


May 


20 ® 25 
20 ® 25 




20 ® 24 




20 ® 25 


June 


21 ® 25 




18 @ 25 






July '.'.'.'..'.. ...v. [.."^.y....... ............ 























August 
















September 










36 ® 50 




45 ® 47 




44 ® 48 




43 ® 52 




52 ® 65 




65 @ 72 




66 @ 70 
65 @ 69 




64 ® 66 




63 ® 66 




63 @ 65 




61® 65 
68 @ 63 




55 ® 60 




58 @ 6 


6 



93 



HIDES AND WOOL. 

Beceipts and shipments of these products during 1905, by routes. 



Hides. 



Received. 
Lbs. 



Shipped. 
Lbs. 



Wool. 



Received. 
Lbs. 



Shipped. 



Lake 

Canal 

Chicago & Northwestern Railway 

Illinois Central Railroad 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Bailway 

Chicago & Alton Railroad 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 

Wabash Railroad (west ol Chicago) 

Chicago Great Western Railway 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad 

Wisconsin Central Railway 

Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway 

Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway. 
Eastern Lines 



Totals. 



96,000 



67,335,639 
10,704,941 
15,119,725 
23,697,263 

4,846,288 



543,100 
7,676,480 
8,298,868 
3,262,000 
6,650,930 



2,929,831 
4,282,520 



15,346,751 

4,147,376 

353,958 

334,513 

45,330 

180,080 



3,302,236 

6,'366,'424 
139,491,855 



155,346,635 



173,406,233 



10,293,436 

4,728,787 

8,617,628 

8,469,327 

859,091 

■6,'744,'8Cl6 

*2,'726,'55i 

91,625 

263,730 

5,'626 

721,610 



43,531,605 



8,131,150 

'"738," 689 

251,000 

22,151 

220,252 

186,623 



230,650 
36,986,619 



46,757,734 



HIDES AND WOOL. 

Beceipts and shipments of these products during 1905, by months- 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November ... 
December 

Totals 



Hides. 



Received. 
Lbs. 



10,581,887 
13,787,858 
15,844,815 
13,091,958 
14,901,254 
16,018,096 
12,669,927 
13,885,280 
10,472,369 
10,828,517 
12,108,355 
13,156,319 



155,346,635 



Shipped. 
Lbs. 



Wool. 



Received. 
Lbs. 



12,083,935 
10,986,561 
13,911,674 
13,861,859 
13,942,186 
13,461,269 
13,046,190 
15,869,810 
13,821,601 
15,124,093 
17,644,366 
20,652,679 



173,406,223 



483,020 

357,071 

997,198 

1,742,957 

7,616,669 

9,494,675 

12,520.696 

7,051,966 

1,407,347 

1,021,424 

411,950 

416,632 



43,521,605 



Shipped. 



821, 
1,261, 
2,326, 
2,635, 
5,766, 
8,843, 
11,354, 
6,451, 
1,891, 
1,823, 
1,762, 
1,819, 



907 
710 
452 
576 
084 
557 
698 
659 
310 
329 
332 
120 



46,757,734 



94 



DISTILLED SPIRITS. 

The manufacture of this product in the collection district of Chicago for a series of years. 





Gallons. 




Gallons. 




Gallons. 


1858 


3.600.000 
3,180,000 
3,744.000 
5,394.000 
3,702,180 
4,850,(B3 
3.495,345 
476,593 
3,350.734 
1.437,416 
3,083,634 
5.547.341 
7,083.364 
7,776.013 
7,309,347 
7,539.649 


1874 

1875 


8.076.083 

8.487,506 

6.450,456 

8,871,906 

10,262,155 

10,953,799 

10,808.212 

10.500.972 

8.170.018 

7.356,368 

7.248,135 

6,509,519 

6,356.536 

7,674,847 

7,130,688 

5.830,136 


1890 


10.778,000 
8,979,968 


1859 


1891 


I860 


1876 


1893 


6,858,249 


1861 


1877 

1878 


1893 

1894 


4,113,794 


1863 


2.678.756 


1863 


1879 


1895 


3,152,636 


1864 


1880 


1896 


1,921,141 

193,730 


1865 


1881 


1897 


1866 


1883 

1883 


1898 


1,411,286 


1867 


1899 


1,498,287 


1868 


1884 

1885 


1900 

1901 


10,614 


1869 


26,268 


1870 


1886 

1887 


1903 


214,640 


1871 


1903 


33,951 


1873 


1888 


1904 

1905 


41,493 


1873 


1889 


43,734 











HIGH PROOF SPIRITS. 



Weekly range of prices duHng 1905. 



Week ending 



January . 
February 
March.... 
April 

May 

June 

July.'.'.;.' 



7 

14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 



High Proof 
Spirits, 
per gal. 



3 1 23'/2 

123/s 

123 

1 221/i 

1 23!/2 

133^ 

1 33V^ 

132)6 

.... 1 23)6 

122^4 

122)6 

1 33^2 

1 331/2 

123/2 

1 331^ 

133K 

132/2 

1331/2 

1 23)6 

122/2 

1 26 

1 36 

1 36 

1 36 

137 

1 27 



"Week ending 



July 

August 

September 

October 

November . 
December. . 



15 
22 
29 

5 

12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 

14 
21 
38 

4 
11 
18 
35 

2 

9 

16 
33 
30 



High Proof 
Spirits, 
per gal. 



1 37 
1 37 
1 27 
137 
1 37 
1 37 
1 37 
1 28 
1 28 
1 29 
1 39 
1 29 
1 29 
1 30 
130 
1 30 
1 30 
1 30 
1 30 
1 30 
1 30 
1 30 
130 
1 30 
130 
1 30 



96 
HIDES, 

Monthly range of prices of these products in the Chicago marhet during 1905. 
Compiled by J. L. Kellogg, Manager Western Department Shoe and Leather Reporter. 



CouNTRT Hides, 






> 

.a 


ded 
flat. 


i 

M 


a 


to 


q=! 


1 


3 


? 
bo 
cS . 


per lb. 


. ® 

o 0) 


a ^' 
cS ® 




si 


d 


^1 


6 


3 




r-l 
6 






^M 


P5tS 


fc 


'Z 


M 


!5 


<a 


January 


11.50 


11.18 


10.37 


10.01 


10.22 


10.32 


9.31 


8.50 


14.33 


11.82 


10.756 


l^*e»b^uarv 


11.17 
11.35 


11.50 
11.03 


10.37 
10.36 


10.14 
9.71 


10.15 
10.35 


10.35 
10.50 


9.20 
9.44 


8.50 

8.50 


14.43 
14.65 


11.36 
11.39 


10 717 


March 


10.718 


April 


11.37 


11.25 


10.50 


9.92 


10.53 


10.60 


9.64 


8.53 


14.70 


10.89 


10.792 


May 


11.42 


11.42 


10.94 


10.25 


11.00 


10.94 


9.95 


8.78 


14.66 


10.96 


11.032 


June 


11.60 
12.35 
13.07 


11.58 
11 58 
12. 10 


11.35 
12.33 

12.96 


10.56 
10.62 
11.26 


11.81 
12.33 
12.96 


11.44 
12.53 
13.25 


10.34 
11.39 
12.07 


9.06 
8.25 

9.57 


14.17 
14.44 
14.86 


11.22 
12.00 
13.22 


11.263 


July 


11.873 


August 


12.533 


September 


13.50 


12.42 


13.25 


11.87 


13.25 


13.75 


12.88 


9.84 


15.19 


14.40 


13.985 


October . 


13.94 
14.25 


12.45 

12.78 


11.43 
13.65 


11.95 
12.28 


13.38 
13.65 


13.98 
14.25 


12.58 

12.78 


10.31 
10.67 


15.19 
15.85 


14.67 

14.88 


13 187 


November 


13.504 


December 


14.21 


13.05 


13.55 


12.56 


13.40 


13.75 


12.52 


11.12 


15.71 


14.20 


13.407 


Averagefor 1905,.- 


12.47 


11.86 


11.92 


10.93 


11.88 


12.14 


10.96 


9.39 


14.84 


12.58 


11.897 


Average for 1904.. 


10.03 


9.42 


9.47 


8.43 


9.45 


9.75 


8.49 


7.87 


13.37 


11.08 


9.734 


Average for 1908. . 


9.71 


8.82 


8.86 


7.85 


8.59 


8.87 


7.63 


7.V5 


12.05 


10.16 


9.009 


Average for 1902. . 


10.99 


9.45 


9.41 


8.55 


8.74 


8.83 


7.78 


8.73 


11.89 


9.67 


9.404 


Average for 1901. . 


10.50 


8.84 


9.25 


8.56 


8.73 


8.77 


7.73 


8.43 


11.93 


9.36 


9.210 


Average for 1900. . 


10.29 


8.75 


9.30 


8.73 


9.11 


9.52 


8.26 


8.05 


11.91 


10.16 


9.409 


Average for 1899. . 


10.79 


9.69 


10.13 


9.56 


10.08 


10.43 


9.58 


8.71 


12.84 


10.95 


10.276 


Average for 1898.. 


10.25 


8.85 


9.90 


8.85 


9.94 


10.49 


9.43 


8.46 


12.49 


11.20 


9.986 


Average for 1897. . 


9.00 


7.77 


8.65 


7.88 


8.86 


9.55 


8.35 


7.45 


12.08 


10.50 


9.009 


Average for 1896. . 


7.20 


6.16 


6.86 


6.21 


6.85 


7.43 


6 36 


5.83 


9.10 


7.96 


6.996 


Average for 1895. . 


8.79 


8.07 


7.97 


7.26 


7.86 


8.07 


7.36 


6.51 


11.33 


8.93 


8.205 


Average for 1894. . 


5.30 


4.89 


-4.41 


4.02 


4.21 


4.76 


3.73 


3.89 


7.84 


6.12 


4.917 


Average for 1893. . 


6.09 


4.82 


4.57 


3.91 


4.26 


4.49 


3.65 


4.37 


8.35 


6.21 


5.072 


Average for 1892.. 


7.61 


5.64 


5.30 


4.49 


4.86 


6.28 


4.28 


5.05 


8.15 


6 00 


5.764 



Packer Hides. 


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branded 

steers. 


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Heav 
Texa 
steer 


Llghl 
Texa 
steer 


Heav 
Color 
steer 


Heav 
natlv 
cows. 


Light 
natlv 
cows. 


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January 


13.80 


12.50 


13.81 


12.87 


12.37 


12.03 


11.75 


11 m 


10.50 


9.25 


11.993 


February . 


13.49 


12.47 


13.81 


13.93 


12.27 


11.81 


11.65 


11.75 


10.50 


9.25 


11.993 


March 


13.00 


12.41 


13.96 


13.10 


12.32 


11.63 


11.62 


U.92 


10.37 


9.37 


11.969 


April 


13.11 


12.65 


14.75 


13.76 


12.62 


13.00 


12.06 


12.12 


10.25 


9.50 


12.283 


May 


13.45 


13.25 


15.11 


14.25 


13.16 


12.37 


13.50 


12.50 


10.37 


9.63 


13.688 


June 


13.42 
14.13 


13.08 
13.11 


14.63 
14.50 


14.15 
13.12 


13.13 
13.10 


12.55 
13.20 


12.65 
13.17 


12.65 
12.96 


10.25 
10.27 


9.46 
9.56 


12 586 


July 


12.712 


August 


15.25 


13.65 


14.73 


14.37 


13.59 


14.15 


14 00 


13 50 


10 82 


9 95 


13.401 
13.433 


September 


15.19 


13.75 


14.30 


14.47 


13.54 


14.34 


14.09 


13.50 


11.25 


10.00 


October 


15.34 


13.75 


14.41 


14.50 


13.50 


14.50 


14.41 


13.50 


11.25 


10.04 


13.520 


November 


15.66 


13.91 


14.57 


14.60 


13.65 


14.69 


14.63 


13.65 


11.65 


10.50 


13.750 


December 


15.77 


14.00 


14.75 


14.75 


13.75 


14.75 


14.75 


13.75 


11.70 


10.67 


13.864 




Average for 1905. . 


14.30 


13.21 


14.44 


13.91 


13.08 


13.16 


13.10 


13.74 


10.77 


9.76 


12.847 


Average for 1904. . 


11.66 


10.89 


12.65 


11.67 


10.81 


10.60 


10.52 


10.28 


9.10 


8.15 


10.633 


Average for 1903.. 


11.69 


10.57 


12.64 


11.19 


10.54 


10.07 


9.64 


9.19 


9.61 


7.69 


10.283 


Average for 1902.. 


13.38 


13.33 


14.41 


12.42 


12.10 


11.12 


10.12 


10.01 


10 50 


9.10 


11.549 


Average for 1901.. 


12.37 


11.46 


12.88 


11.53 


11.21 


10.66 


10.07 


9.87 


10.19 


8.54 


10.878 


Average for 1900. . 


11.94 


11.04 


11.99 


11.09 


10.49 


10.63 


10.44 


10.18 


9.93 


8.42 


10.614 


Average for 1899.. 


12.34 


11.44 


13.07 


11.55 


10.70 


11.27 


10.40 


10.90 


10.04 


8.50 


11.021 


Average for 1898. . 


11.50 


10.08 


10.74 


10.43 


9.24 


10.84 


11.02 


9 73 


9.56 


7.32 


10.045 


Average for 1897. . 


9.96 


9.14 


9.33 


8.94 


8.28 


9.35 


9.74 


8 74 


8.27 


6.36 


8.810 


Average for 1896. . 


8.14 


7.25 


7.44 


6.94 


6.45 


7.51 


7.53 


6.66 


6.63 


5.25 


6.980 


Average for 1895. . 


10.30 


8.97 


9.48 


8.60 


8.39 


8.76 


852 


8.00 


7.41 


6.42 


8.475 


Averagefor 1894.. 


6.38 


5.73 


6.39 


5.41 


5.31 


4.95 


4.67 


4.53 


4.38 


3.81 


5.156 


Average for 1893.. 


7.31 


6.28 


6.45 


5.49 


5.59 


5.21 


4.74 


4.71 


5.20 


4.07 


5.505 


Average for 1892.. 


8.79 


7.40 


7.46 


6.50 


6.36 


5.94 


5.38 


5.17 


5.87 


4.31 


6.318 



96 



POTATOES AND HAY. 

Beceipts and shipments of these products during 1905, by routes- 



- 


Potatoes. 


Hay. 




Received. 
Bu, 


Shipped. 
Bu. 


Received. 
Tons. 


Shipped. 
Tons. 


Lake 


83,206 




1,824 




Canal 






Obicago & Northwestern Railway 


4,953,835 
253,200 
111,281 
384.364 
175,340 


49,727 
586,800 
158,405 

42,558 
117,505 


77,413 
14,310 
14,174 
27,190 

2,195 
19.780 
35,527 
12,270 

8,357 

4,177 

10,149 

10 

7,664 
10,612 


454 


Illinois Central Railroad 


1,800 


Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 


410 


Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway 


520 


Chicago & Alton Railroad 


32 


Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 


60 


Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 


1.163,390 

178,660 

175,088 

66,361 

1,353,564 

1,200 

17,079 

580,032 


1,000 
3,000 


12 


Wabash Railroad (west of Chicago) 




Chicago Great Western Railway 




Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad 

Wisconsin Central Railway 


48,600 
6,195 


80 


Elfirin. Jollet & Eastern Railway 




Chicago, IndianajKjlis & Louisville Railway 


702,861 
448,665 


2,933 


Eastern Lines : 


6,034 


Totals 


9,395.600 


2,164,316 


245,652 


12,335 







POTATOES AND HAY. 

Beceipts and shipments of these products during 1905, by months. 



January.. . . 
February... 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August — 
September. 

October 

November. 
December. . 

Totals 



Potatoes. 



Received. 
Bu. 



949,123 
8a5,895 

1,457,409 
605,033 
737.937 
707,104 
321,486 
479,594 
640,310 
911,319 

1,088,631 
691,859 



9,395,600 



Shipped. 



322,127 

285,996 

593.621 

125,583 

103,434 

72,420 

23,647 

33,455 

63,673 

171,107 

246.751 

123,502 



2,164,316 



Hay. 



Received. 
Tons. 



19,477 
19,643 
29,753 
23,758 
30,866 
23,500 
16,683 
16,714 
31,083 
14,498 
16,918 
23,769 



345,652 



Shipped. 
Tons. 



887 
1.015 
1,398 

809 

922 
1,061 

877 
1,052 
1,096 

956 
1,023 
1,239 



13,335 



BALED HAY. 

Current prices, by carload lots, for each month during 1905. 



January . . 
February. 
March — 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August — 
September 
October — 
November , 
December . 



Choice 

Timothy, 

per ton. 



512 00®13 50 
12 50@13 50 
12 50@13 00 

12 50@13 00 

13 00@12 50 
11 00®12 00 
11 50®12 00 
13 00@13 00 
11 00@13 00 
11 50®12 50 
11 50®12 00 
II 00®12 00 



No. 1 

Timothy, 

per ton. 



$10 50@11 50 
11 50@12 50 
11 50@12 00 
11 00@12 00 
10 50@H 00 
10 00@11 00 

10 00@11 00 

11 50@12 00 
10 00@11 00 

10 00@11 50 

11 00@11 50 
10 00@11 50 



No. 2 

Timothy, 

per ton. 



I 9 00®10 00 

8 00® 9 50 

9 00@10 00 
9 50®10 00 
9 00@10 00 

8 00® 8 50 

9 00® 9 50 
8 50® 9 50 
8 00® 9 00 

8 00® 8 50 

9 00@10 00 
9 00®10 00 



Choice 
Prairie, 
per ton. 



$10 50@11 50 

9 50@11 00 

10 00®10 50 

10 00®11 50 

10 00@11 00 

10 00®11 00 

11 00®11 50 
9 50®10 00 
9 00®11 00 

11 00@12 50 
10 50@11 50 
10 00®11 00 



No. 1 
Prairie, 
per ton. 



$ 700® 9C0 
7 00® 8 50 
7 00® 900 

7 00® 8 00 

8 00® 9 00 
700® 8 50 
700® 7 50 
7 00® 7 50 
7 00® 7 50 
750® 8 50 
6 50® 7 50 
6 50® 7 00 



No. 3 
Prairie, 
per ton. 



$6 00® 7 00 
6 00® 7 00 
5 50® 6 00 

5 50© 6 00 

6 00® 6 50 
6 00® 650 
6 00® 7 00 
6 00® 6 50 
6 00® 6 50 
6 00® 7 00 
5 50® 600 
5 50® 6 00 



97 



CURRENT YARD PRICES FOR COAL AND COKE. 



COKE. 



Connellsvllle. . 
West Virginia . 



BITUMINOUS. 



Majestic 

Youghiogheny 

Pocahontas . 

Hocking, Ohio 

West Virginia 

Indiana block 

Indiana bituminou?? 

Oarterville, III 

Du Quoin. Ill 

Danville. Ill 



(DELIVERED IN CHICAGO ON OARS.) 

For each month during 1905. 
(Compiled by Crerar, Clinch & Co.) 






$5 65 



300 
3 25 
3 25 
3 25 
3 00 
3 80 
2 25 
2 50 
•2 25 
■2 25 






$5 65 
5 25 






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$5 65 



3 00 


2 75 


325 


3 00 


325 


3 25 


325 


3 00 


3 00 


2 80 


2 80 


2 80 


2 25 


2 25 


2 50 


2 50 


2 25 


2 25 


2 25 


200 



f5 30 


4 PO 


2 75 


3 00 


3 15 


300 


3 80 


3 80 


2 25 


2 50 


2 25 


2 00 



$5 15 

4 75 



2 50 

3 00 
3 15 
300 
2 80 
2 60 
200 
2 50 
2 25 
2 GO 



$5 15 
4 75 



55 00 
4 60 



2 50 


2 50 


3 00 


3 00 


3 15 


3 15 


300 


3 00 


2 75 


2 75 


2 60 


2 60 


2 00 


200 


225 


2 25 


3 10 


3 10 


2 00 


2 00 





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$5 15 


55 30 


4 75 


490 

i 


3.50 


3 75 


3 00 


3 00 


3 15 


3 m 


3 00 


3 35 


2 75 


2 75 


2 60 


2 60 


2 00 


2 2i5 


3 25 


250 


2 10 


225 


2 00 


2 25 





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56 15 


16 40 


5 75 


6 00 


2 75 


2 75 


3 00 


300 


3 35 


3 50 


3 50 


3 50 


3 00 


3 00 


2 60 


2 80 


2 25 


2 50 


2 50 


2 75 


2 25 


2 50 


2 35 


2 25 



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25 
50 
50 
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80 
50 
75 
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SUMMARY OF CHICAGO COAL AND COKE TRADE. 



(From "The Black Diamond.") 



1905 



Stock of Anthracite on hand January 1 

Receipts of Anthracite by lake 

Receipts of Anthracite by rail 

Receipts of Bituminous Coal by lake 

Receipts of Bituminous Coal by rail 

Receipts of Coke 

Shipments of Anthracite to the country 

Shipments of Bituminous Coal to the country 

Shipments of Coke 

Local consumption— Anthracite 

Local consumption— Bituminous 

Local consumption— Coke 

Stock of Anthracite on hand December 31 



1904 



448,727 


449,809 


958.025 


960,630 


833,576 


882,238 


79,073 


64,688 


8,947,008 


8.850,708 


462,734 


369,731 


583,643 


521,628 


3.183,937 


3,097.042 


296,091 


346.504 


1,253,816 


1.322,322 


ti,843,043 


0.818,354 


166,643 


133,227 


403,976 


448,727 



1903 



13,000 
1.176,306 

993,093 

85,164 

0,104,459 

591,125 

606,711 
2,184,193 

375,942 
1,124,879 
7,005,430 

315,183 

449,809 



98 



LUMBER STATISTICS. 

37ie Stocks on hand in this City on the 1st of January in each of the years named 

helow were reported as follows : 



1875 . , 

1876 . . 

1877 . , 

1878 . . 
1879 . . 
1880.. 
1881.. 
1882 . . 
1883.. 
1884.. 
1885.. 
1886.. 
1887.. 
1888.. 
1889.. 
1890.. 
1891 . . 
1892 . . 
1893.. 
1894.. 
1895.. 
1896.. 
1897 . . 
1898.. 
1899.. 
1900.. 
1901 .. 
1908.. 
1903.. 
1904.. 
1905.. 
1906 .. 



Lumber and 
timber. 



344,252,275 
352,587,730 
369,381,007 
385,569,024 
410,773.860 
451,282,059 
497,840,673 
560,416,842 
655,013,520 
635,348,561 
623.910,097 
626,692,473 
572,027,112 
586,257,549 
668,349.690 
656,708,795 
527.850.2a") 
472.719,021 
410,499.281) 
384.160,236 
403,268,940 
395,592.121 
315,273,25;^ 
321,635,706 
312.263,506 
357,481,848 
312,311,355 
337,287.114 
339,252,416 
281.898,765 
276,035,184 
268,847,000 



Shingles. 



81,019,000 

83,230,750 

97,467,000 

125.640,000 

200,750.500 

190,057,000 

188,722,000 

260,906,494 

299,946,350 

461,930,496 

332,533,611 

428,313,350 

463,329,900 

421,928,59ft 

415,231.750 

423,999,250 

333.326,370 

180.142.559 

221.919.905 

163,103.000 

163.403.000 

137.456.875 

91,350,600 

101.621.760 

118,645,310 

149,164,650 

88,490,5110 

92,238,800 

92,649,0fiO 

80,179,350 

72,512.5.50 

66,562,000 



Lath. 



39,551,850 
47,058,150 
36,823,400 
43,694,800 
41,272,300 
48.630,800 
50,321,000 
48,820,438 
76,361,002 
65.981,140 
88,160,599 
95,653,678 
57,542,609 
43,311,684 
66,295,720 
53,964,100 
59.852,407 
64,474,115 
62,608,845 
37,185,000 
40.938,240 
37,624.240 
35,054,900 
25,590,403 
23,808,993 
19,714,840 
17,557,585 
21,038,930 
23,156,532 
25.172,972 
17,976,275 
11,743.550 



Pickets. 


Cedar 
posts. 


2,499,880 


290,533 


2,360.928 


416,636 


3,386,617 


442,319 


2,206,020 


380,341 


1,106,654 


479,085 


2,129,760 


404.730 


1,980,232 


63,659 


3,784,178 


219,012 


3,093,990 


78,034 


1,529,287 


397,832 


2,528.738 


397,825 


4.446,752 


1.962.947 


2,470,854 


203,096 


1,196,599 


155,399 


1.161,110 


1,007,649 


701,810 


689,538 


1,234,578 


887,549 


584,801 


710,272- 


916,987 


704,817 


558,862 


560,923 


569.515 


470,360 


319,401 


514,393 


450,469 


492,209 


322,000 


500,903 


496,359 


483,860 


1,054,823 


527,687 


780,690 


525.585 


1,008,500 


514,027 


800,000 


560,000 


514.104 


548,221 


375,700 


496,799 


804,493 


570,000 



Beceipts and shipments of lumber and shingles during 1905. 



Lumber. 



Shingles. 



Received 
M feet. 



Lake 

Canal 

Chicago & Northwestern Bail way 

Illinois Central Railroad 

Chicago, Rock Island *& Pacific Railway 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway 

Chicago & Alton Railway 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 

Chicago, Milwaukee «& St. Paul Railway 

Wabash Railroad (west of Chicago) 

Chicago Great Western Railway 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad 

Wisconsin Central Railway 

Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway 

Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway. 
Eastern Lines 



448,160 

' 595,368 

378,85!.* 

80,407 

191,926 

46,202 

63,885 

268,559 

27,577 

13,17<i 

33,229 

37,628 

3.S 

24,434 

34,100 



Totals 2,193,540 



Shipped. 
M feet. 



142,992 

58,685 
46,031 
67,736 
13,980 
47,710 
50,383 
34,274 

"2i;466 

6,499 

539 

34,797 

431.345 



956,377 



Received 
M. 



13,530 

97,i44 

63,391 

84,168 

131,772 

626 

■ 127,485 

"27;777 

2,331 

11,914 

18,737 
4,459 



583;334 



Shipped 



w 



218 



105 

16,058 

4,333 

1,525 

2jm 
359 



663 



78,312 
317,603 



421,235 



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CHEESE AND BUTTER. 



Beceipts and shipments of these products during 1905, by routes. 



Lake 

Canal 

Chicago & Northwestern Railway 

Illinois Central Railroad 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway 

Chicago & Alton Railroad 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. . . . 

Wabash Railroad (west of Chicago) 

Chicago Great Western Railway 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad 

Wisconsin Central Railway 

Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway 

Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway. 
Eastern Lines 



Cheese. 



Received. 
Lbs. 



24.432,042 

9,737,100 

23,008 

779,284 

2,800 



43,201,730 
""'68',777 



4,713,696 



43,294 
2,970,383 



Totals 85,972.114 



Shipped. 
Lbs. 



773,000 

11,893,400 

2,884,321 

124,986 

289,232 

4.054.452 

11,380 

16,969,820 

"883',66o 
55.785 

"■"56,'864 
31,398,538 



69,394,718 



Butter. 



Received. 
Lbs. 



77,386,276 
20,039,400 
40,318,360 
23,272,195 
472,006 

5,469,430 
21,733,173 

2,028,180 
13,506,291 

"■"575,666 
1,860,953 



271.914.803 



Shipped. 



4,127,191 
9,229,430 

705,925 
1,786,003 

366,852 

1.797,160 

36,200 

3,531,927 

" "24'666 



279,782 
3;K,246,399 



254,130,889 



CHEESE AND BUTTER. 



Receipts and shipments of these products during 1905, by months- 



January . . . 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September . 
October — 
Norember . 
December . 

Totals 



Cheese. 



Received. 
Lbs. 



5,568,213 
4,505,050 
6,029,927 
5,388,914 
6.419,520 
8,072,599 
9,399,355 
10.793,918 
10.228,516 
9,067,138 
6,866,171 
3,632,793 



85,972,114 



Shipped. 
Lbs. 



4,958,230 
4,838,016 
5,540,649 
4,559,470 
4,875,566 
5,421,954 
5,417,940 
6,417,480 
6,946,759 
7,931,364 
7,378,484 
5,108,806 



69,394,718 



Butter. 



Received . 
Lbs. 



15,209,726 
12,925.222 
16,858,779 
15,341,743 
23,129,446 
34,934,295 
36,642,769 
34.501,793 
28,062,688 
25.462,919 
16.794,759 
12.050,664 



71,914,803 



Shipped. 
Lbs. 



19,424,788 
17,401,957 
17.057,619 
13,465,653 
20,002,351 
26,465,884 
29,984,512 
29,565.551 
24,456,581 
21,942,905 
17,520,787 
16,842,301 



254,130,889 



101 



CHEESE, BUTTER AND EGGS. 

Banqe of vrices for each iceek during 190B. 



January 

February 



March. 



April. 



May. 



June 



July. 



August 

September. . 



October. 



November . 



December 



Cheese. 



Butter. 



Twins. 
Per lb. 



n @im 
11 @ii% 
11 @ii^ 

11 @11h, 

11 @ll?s 

11 ©11 u 

11 @i2 

.... 12 

12 ©12^4 

12 <mrl\ 

12 @12i4 
12 012^4 
12 m.i% 
12 ©12^2 
12^@14 
13H@14 
.... 14 
13H@14 
12 @14 
11 @12 
9 @10'4 
9 @10 
9 @ 9'4 
9 @ 9I4 

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103li@ll 
.... 11 
102i@ll 
105^@11 
11 ©11'-;; 
11 @11J4 
.... 11 
11 @,\Vi 

11 @11V4 

11 @11M 

12%@1.S 
12M@1B 



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11%©12 

11%@11?;{ 

1134@11% 

ll'/2@n?4 



Young 

Americas, 

Per lb. 



115^@12 
im@12 
ll?i@12 
115^@12 
im@12 
115^@12 

13^4 
13'4 
13^^ 
13H 

13^2 

13Vi 

13J6@14 
.... 14 
13'^@14 
12>6®14 

11 @12'/2 

10 @11 

10 @10!4 

10 mo^. 

10 ©lOVi 
.... 1014 
10ii@10'/2 
10Jf@10^ 
10^@104 
10i4@10i/2 
10ii@lli4 

11 ©11% 
113^©11% 
ll!4©lli'4 

... 114 

.... 11^ 

.... 114 
.... 11^ 
.... 11 '4 
.... IU/2 
Ili4@l2 

12 ©1214 

13 @13!4 
13K@13}4 
13i4@13M 

13 ©13!^ 
13 ©13'^ 
.... 13 
.... 13 
.... 13 



Creamebies. 



Dairies. 



Firsts to 
Extras. 
Per lb. 



22 ©28 
24 ©29 

24 ©30 

25 ©29 

25 @29J^ 

26 ©31 

27 ©32 
30 ©34 

28 ©32 
22 ©30 

22 ©26 

23 ©28 

25 " 
26 
27 ©30 

26 ©31 
22 ©30 
22 ©24 
22 ©24 
18 @22 

18 ©21 

19 @20'4 
18 ©20)6 
18 ©20 
18 ©20 
18 ©20 
18 ©20 
18 @19M 
18 @19?4 

18 ©20Vi 

19 ©201^ 
18H©20;4 
18^@20 
18)6©21 
19 ©21 

18 ©20 
18'4@204 
18^^2014 
18^@20 

19 @2(H4 
19 ©21 
19^@21% 
19!4@22 
20 
20 
20 
20 
19 

19 ©23i4 
19 ©2354 



Seconds. 
Per lb. 



&2214 

&23 

&23 

&23 



19 
19 



17 ©19 
19 @20 
19 ©20 
19 ©20 
19 ©20 

19 ©23 

21 ©24 
34 ©25 
23 ©25 

20 ©25 
20 ©22 
20 ©23 
20 ©24 

22 ©24 

23 ©26 

24 ©26 
20 ©25 
.... 20 
.... 20 
16 ©18 
16 ©18 
16 ©17 
16 ©17 
16 ©17 
16 ©17 
16 ©17 
16 ©17 
16 ©17 

16 ©17 
1634©17 

17 ©17y2 
17 ©1714 
17 ©17;^ 
17 ©17!^ 
17 ©17^ 
.... 17 
.... 17 
.... 17 
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17 ©18 
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17J^©18 
17^@18 
17 ©18 
17y2@18'/4 
17H©18H 

17 ©18 

17 ©18 

17 ©18 

17 @18 

17 ©18 



Firsts to 


Extras. 


Per lb. 


20 


©24 


21 


©24 


21 


©24 


21 


©34 


21 


©25 


23 


©26 


23 


©29 


26 


©30 


24 


©29 


20 


©38 


20 


©23 


21 


©24 


23 


©25 


23 


©25 


23 


©28 


25 


©28 


22 


©26 


20 


©22 


20 


©22 


18 


©20 


17^©19 1 


17 


©19 


16 


©18 


16 


©17 


17 


©IS 


17 


©18 


17 


©18 


17 


©18 


17 


©18 


17 


©18!-^ 


17 


@18/t 


17 


©18/, 


17 


©18 


17 


©18!^ 


17'/,©18% 1 


17 


©181^ 


17 


©18i4 


17 


@18H 


17 


©18>^ 


17 

17^ 


4@19 


17V 
18 


i©19 
©20 


18 


©20 


18 


©20 


18 


©20 


18 


©20 


18 


©20 


18 


©20 


18 


©20 


18 


©20 


18 


©22 



Seconds. 
Per lb. 



16 ®17>4 
18 ©18^ 
.... 18^ 
.... I8V2 
18i4@20 

20 ©21 

21 ©23 
24 ©25 
23 ©35 
18 ©23 
18 ©30 
18 ©21 
20 ©21 
.... 30 
31 ©33 

22 ©23 
18 ©20 
.... 18 
18 ©19 
.... 16 
.... 16 
15>6©16 
15 ©15^ 
.... 15 
.... 15 
.... 15 
.... 15 
.... 15 

15 ©15}^ 
15J4©16 
.... 16 
.... 16 
.... 16 

16 ©16^ 

.... 16^2 

.... ley, 
.... 16K2 

.... 16V^ 

.... im 

.... 161^ 

.... 16)6 

.... 16^^ 

.... 17 

.... 17 

. . . . 17 

.... 17 

;::: ^ 

.... 17 

.. . 17 

.... 17 

.... 17 



Egos. 



Fresh. 
Per doz. 



18 ©28 

20 ©31 

18 ©31 

18 ©30 

30 ©34 



33 ©34 
33 ©31 

19 ©31 
17H@22 
14J^19 
15 ©18 
15H®18 
15H©19 
15H@ig 
14H@18 
14H®18 
15 ©18)4 
14H@18J4 

w^mm 

14 ©181^ 
13 ©17J4 
13 ©17 
12J4©17 
12 ©17 
12 ©17)4 
12 ©17)6 
12 ©19 

12 ®19)i 

13 ©20)4 
12)6©21 
12J^®21 
12)4©21 
13 ©22 
13 ©22 
13 ©21)4 

13 ©2314 

14 ©22)4 

15 ©23)4 
15 ©22^4 
15 ©22)4 

15 ©24 

16 ©25 

16 ©26 

17 ©26 
17 ©30 

17 ©30 

18 ©30 

20 ©31 
18 ©29 
18 ©28 
18 ©28 



The receipts and shipments of eggs, in cases of 30 dozen each, for a number of years were 
Hows: 



as follows 



1905 
1904 
1903 
1902 
1901 
1900 
1899 
1898 
1897 
1896 



Keceivts. Shipments. 



3,117,221 
3,113.858 
3,279,248 
2,659,340 
2,783,709 
2,475.473 
2,096,100 
2,147,950 
1,962,134 
2,301,499 



2,030,339 
1,685,677 
1,699,302 
1,463,512 
1,341.721 
1,236,758 
999,92(3 
1,223,356 
1,001,028 
1,471.378 



1895 . 
1894.. 
1893.. 
1892 . 
1891.. 
1890 . 
1889.. 
1888.. 
1887.. 



Eeceipts. 


Shipmests. 


2,115,974 


1,308,164 


2,097,179 


1,218,137 


1,718,061 


1.059,281 


1,955,696 


964,969 


1,508,417 


918,308 


1,113,127 


843,365 


1,018,445 


726,667 


744,716 


660,060 


448.466 


284,215 



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AVERAGE FREIGHT CHARGES PER BUSHEL 

F(w the transportation of reheat and corn from Chicago to New York for a series of years. 



By lake 
ana canal, 



1858. 
1859. 
1860. 
1861. 
1862. 
1863. 
1864. 
1865. 
1866. 
1867. 
1868. 
1869. 
1870. 
1871. 
1873. 
1873. 
1874. 
1875. 
1876. 
1877. 
1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1893. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1903. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 



.1^:7 

.1570 

* .0833 

* .1062 

* .0957 

* .003 

* .09 

* .0864 

* .1075 

* .0511 

* .0604 

* .0584 

* .06 

* .0754 

* .1072 

* .0816 

* .0382 

* .034 
+ .0875 
+ .09.59 
+ .0883 
t .1049 
+ .1341 
t .0777 
t .0673 
+ .0803 
t .0655 
t .063 
t .0845 
+ .0850 
+ .0671 
+ 0633 
t .0.593 
+ .0633 
+ .ft595 
+ .0718 
+ .0493 
•)■ .0450 
+ .0575 
+ .0453 
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% .0407 
% .0461 
i .0483 
t .0485 
X .0:^63 
i .0476 



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.3348 i 




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13 .2240 


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16 .1890 


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3 .1748 


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1 .1232 


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6 .0921 


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Wheat. 



By lake By lake 
and canal, and rail. 



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.1663 

* .095 
" .1210 

* .1063 

* .072 

* .0952 

* .0S94 

* .1377 

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+ .0996 
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+ .0723 
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+ .07 

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t .0766 

t .0511 

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.2950 
.2461 
.1709 
.1389 
.1136 
.1546 
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.1580 
.1049 
.1091 
.1163 
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.0857 
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.0848 
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.0696 
.0661 
.0742 
.0491 
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.0589 
.0637 
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By all 
rail. 

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.3480 

.3480 

.4158 

.4800 

.4920 

.60 

.4488 

.4620 

.4475 

.3784 

.3557 

.30 

.3180 

.3499 

3102 
.3635 
.3400 
.1686 
.2050 
.1770 
.1774 
.1980 
.1440 
.1447 
.1620 
.1330 
.1330 

1500 
.1575 
.1450 
.1500 
.1430 
.1500 
.1380 
.1463 
.1330 
.1189 
.1300 
.1250 
.1200 
.1160 
.0996 
.0988 
.1062 
.1139 
.1112 
.0990 



* To Buffalo only. + Includiag- Buffalo charges and tolls. :f: Exclusive of Buffalo charges. 

FOREIGN FREIGHT RATES. 

Annual average through freight rates on grain, flmir and prouiswiLs {per 100 pounds), 
from Chicago to European ports, by all-rail to seaboard and thence by steamers. 



Liverpool .. 
Liverpool... 
Liverpool.. 
Glasgow — 

Glasgow 

Glasgow — 

London 

London 

London 

Antwerp 

Hamburg. . . 
Amsterdam 
Rotterdam . 
C!openhagen 
Stockholm . 

Stettin 

Bordeaux. . . 



Grain 

Sacked flour 
Provisions.. 

Grain 

Sacked flour 
Provisions.. 

Grain 

Sacked flour 
Provisions... 
Provisions.. . 
Provisions . 
Provisions. . 
Provisions . . 
Provisions.. 
Provisions.. 
Previsions.. 
Provisibns . . 



1905. 


1904. 


1903. 


.1916 


.2019 


.2368 


.:.'240 


.2100 


.3519 


.3849 


.3656 


.4190 


.20 


.2238 


.3443 


.2250 


.2320 


.2538 


.4333 


.4406 


.4688 


..2023 


.21.50 


.3356 


.2.364 


.2225 


.2519 


.4088 


.4406 


.4406 


.4370 


.4828 


.4969 


4575 


.4600 


.4700 


.4542 


.4200 


.4300 


.4453 


.4200 


.4300 


.4866 


.4688 


.4969 


.5147 


.4%9 


.5350 


.4818 


.4688 


.4969 


.5145 


.5625 


.5625 



1902. 



.2085 
.2350 
.3625 
.2175 
.2375 
.4188 
.3175 
.3400 
.3906 
.41.50 
.3900 
.4000 
.4000 
.4200 
.4500 
.4300 
.5135 



109 



ALL RAIL EASTWARD BOUND FREIGHT RATES. 



27ie following were tlie puhlislied tariff rates for freight, in carloads, on the commodities 
enumerated to the several points herein named, and points common 

therevnth, during 1905. 



FROM CHICAGO 

AND CHICAGO JUNCTIONS 

TO 

EASTERN AND SEABOARD CITIES. 

BATES IN CENTS PER 100 LBS. 


BuflFalo. N. Y. 
NiagaraFall8,N,Y. 
Susp. Bridge, N.Y. 
Bell aire, O. 
Wheeling, W. Va. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 


Baltimore, Md. 
Washington, D. C. 
Newp't News, Va. 
Norfolk, Va. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 
Soranton, Pa. 
Wilmington, Del. 


Albany, N. Y. 
Schenectady, N. Y. 
Troy, N. Y. 


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Boston, Mass. 
Providence, R. I. 
Portland, Me. 


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Grain and srrain nroducts 


12i4 

11 

10!^ 

11 

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17 

13^2 

1354 

143t 

14J6 

12 

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12 

12 

11% 
11 
10 
11 

11 

14^ 

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12 

11>6 

13 

12 


18 
14 
im 

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1554 

1354 

12 

13 

13 

13'/s 

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105^ 
12 

12 

15J6 

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The following table shows the amount of clearings by the associated banks of Ouiii:ujo jbr 

each Tiionih during Z/te past six years. 

Clearings 1900. ' ' ■ " 





Clearings. 


Balances. 




Clearings. 


Balances. 


January 

February 

March 

April 


$589,231,063 96 
505,526,459 41 
573,682,806 79 
547,907,013 57 
599,390,187 25 
588,691.241 72 
561,336.453 11 


$47,246,070 15 
50,019,582 01 
46,170,906 31 
47,842,643 31 
64,063,824 74 
57.535,534 82 
57.894.446 51 


August 

September . . . 

October 

November .... 
December 

Totals 


$532,624,925 26 
516,737.025 26 
607,631,037 69 
577,122,299 74 
599,765,084 60 


$52,809,300 06 
40,633.377 52 
54,846.034 67 
47.019.866 16 


May 


57,859.713 14 


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July 


$6,799,535,598 36 


$623,931,299 40 











Clearings 1901. 








Clearings. 


Balances. 




Clearings. 


Balances. . 


January 

February 

March 

April 


$619,063,910 91 
513,052,299 73 
619,254,554 04 
640,819,495 19 
705,700,828 09 
628,063.626 46 
671,069,146 00 


$54,688,588 81 
48,357,373 66 
60,788,194 89 
60,570,464 53 
68,804,892 71 
53,611,336 83 
56,535,783 63 


August 

September 

October 

November .... 
December 

Totals 


$618,141,281 93 
614,961,004 50 
709,395,104 71 
699,358,965 14 
717,593,338 63 


$58,838,889 38 
53,641.746 46 
60,160,370 82 
63.095.645 88 


May 


- 52.320,893 19 




July 


$7,756,373,455 31 


$690,404,179 78 









Clearings 1902. 








Clearings. 


Balances. 




Clearings. 


Balances. 


January 

February 

March 


$734,053,896 94 
620,987,881 90 
733,541,382 68 
726,745,536 56 
731,134,635 93 
660,499,453 56 
706.051.437 06 


$60,348,792 74 
48,371,334 47 
53,515,006 59 
<i3,840,684 19 
53,364,437 47 
49,877,400 88 
68,084,770 91 


August 

September 

October 

November — 
December 

Total 


$640,768,458 51 
671.514.359 71 
746,797,104 31 
694.956,596 32 
737,831.609 11 


$60,777,041 06 
48,816,926 77 
45,352.090 57 


April 


47.826.654 58 


May 


55,124.356 31 




Julv 


$8,394,872,351 59 


$653,199,396 54 







Clearings 1903. 





Clearings. 


Balances. 




Clearings. 


Balances. 


January 

February 

March 

April 


5759,923.061 96 
629,460.544 43 
753,714,227 35 
725,313,950 25 
722,990,929 21 
741,246,205 09 
733.000,679 24 


$66,742,513 63 
44,075,903 01 
58,850,841 73 
55,316,879 49 
59,239,933 73 
56,565,150 69 
49,704,764 28 


August 

September 

October 

November — 
December 

Totals 


$666,159,334 59 
716,160,033 29 
824,973,262 95 
721.874,368 15 
760,737,064 42 


$45,714,001 71 
50,932,048 56 
71,686,312 56 
52.400,991 04 


May 

June 

July 


63,893.700 13 


$8,755,553,649 93 


8675,022,539 58 











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Clearings. 


Balances. 




Clearings. 


Balances. 


January 

February 

March 

April 


3729,.587.789 49 
670,190,802 54 
764.506,371 39 
751,240,326 25 
707,965.315 76 
732.341.501 01 
704,475,097 49 


$55,047,751 49 
44.853,337 55 
59,166,595 74 
73.068,559 63 
67,116,374 63 
61.716,773 46 
64,855,175 04 


August 

September.... 

October 

November — 
December 

Totals 

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$717,986,675 54 
732,214,793 13 
812.107,676 81 
817,578.744 96 
859,788,770 03 


$59,185,425 34 
47,203.186 61 
70.160.869 27 
72.701.274 37 


May 


64,731.852 03 


June 

July 




$8,989,983,764 40 


$739,806,074 15 







Clearings 1905. 








Clearings. 


Balances. 




Clearings. 


Balances. 


January 

February 

March 

April 


$814,137,382 10 
741,647.694 35 
865,605,533 92 
802,629,078 88 
838,603,289 32 
830.267,583 59 
793,947.214 93 


$65,656,228 74 
82,542,528 47 
63,131,265 73 
60,328,458 95 
60,293,338 13 
70,447,807 13 
55,138,108 23 


August 

September.... 

October 

November 

December .... 

Totals 


$811,856,070 98 
833,649,523 17 
915,616,034 63 
899,388,374 01 
994,617,953 72 


$64,650,081 36 
52,556,093 47 
55,281.633 92 
57,469;476 16 
91 616 918 63 


May 






July 


$10,141,765,732 59 


$779,110,938 92 





112 
CLEAKING HOUSE. 

The following shows the amount of clearings hy the Clearing House of the Board of 
Trade of the City of Chicago for each month during the past six years. 



Clearings 1900. 



January . 
February 
March ... 

April 

May 

June . . . . 
July 



Clearings. 



$3,212,228 75 
2,165.941 25 
4,093.081 25 
5,970,807 5(1 
3,771,212 50 
10.768.052 50 
11.6.37.6()0 75 



Balances. 



Sl,.333,242 33 
813,611 04 
1,518,317 40 
2,104,064 1" 
1,404,197 a5 
4,276,591 27 
3,494,749 55 



August — 
September. 
October — 
November. 
December . 

Totals .. 



Clearings. 



5.062,541 25 
4.246.120 75 
5,002.808 75 
3,765,118 75 
2,531.591 25 



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Balances. 



$2,042,607 45 
1,442,874 69 
1,868,185 77 
1,511,854 75 
1,010,988 19 



$22,821,284 05 







Clearings 1901. 








Clearings. 


Balances. 




Clearing-8. 


Balances. 


January 

February 

March 

April 

May 


$5,866,031 25 
1,772,311 25 
2,324,802 50 
6,557,158 25 
6,924,256 25 
5,132,671 25 

11.843.532 50 


$2,024,454 66 
763,190 28 
1,006,394 55 
2,199,358 75 
2,439,753 21 
1,821,614 83 
3,914,856 39 


August 

September , ., 

October 

November .... 
December — 

Tot-rllP .... 


$9,176,826 25 
4,938,128 75 
3,470,223 75 
5.292,262 50 

11.178,750 50 


$3,002,638 87 
1,595,948 60 
1,199,009 00 
1,869,167 67 
4,005,150 06 




July 


$74,476,955 W 


$25,841,536 87 



Clearings 1902. 



Clearings. 



January . 
February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 



$ 9.339.845 75 
4:133,271 25 
6,260,649 75 
7,933.167 75 
6.124.061 25 
5.912.042 50 

10.342.293 75 



Balances. 



$3,448,879 18 
1.535.682 47 
2,336,182 70 
2.397.887 37 
1.782.420 43 
1.795.088 50 
3.224.915 89 



August 

September. 

October 

November . 
December . 

Totals . . . 



Clearings. 



$9,821,442 50 
6,135,920 00 
8,072,815 00 
4,717,407 .50 
4,797,592 50 



i83,.590.507 50 



Clearings 1908. 



January . 
February 
March ... 

April 

May 

June 

July 



Clearings. 

$6,541,742 50 
3,748,442 50 
5,285,833 75 
3,759.701 50 
3,805.456 25 
8,088.485 00 
9,537,751 75 



Balances. 



Clearings. 



$2,392,622 .36 
1,232,480 63 
1,898,015 20 
1,170,141 36 
1,158,730 06 
2,344,399 08 
2.562,363 15 



August 

September. 
October . . 
November 
Decembei'. 



$6,718,674 00 
9,807,792 49 
6,468,465 00 
3,826.161 25 
4.529.658 75 



Totals 



Balances. 



$3,115,465 94 
2,150.069 38 
2,789,124 73 
1,490,178 04 
1,602,701 33 



$27,668,595 95 



Balances. 



51,868,535 68 
2,867,766 91 
2.076,268 20 
1.260,071 68 
1,541,826 84 



$72,118,163 74 i S22,273,221 15 



Clearing.-^ 1904.. 



January . 
February 
March ... 

April 

May 

June 

July 



Clearings. 



$7,524,548 75 
13,502,839 75 
13,096,299 50 
7,508.670 00 
4,965.450 00 
3.785,883 75 
6.067.198 75 



Balances. 



$2,803,130 09 
4,913,460 81 
4.134.584 43 
2.232,694 53 
1,501,746 40 
1,108,465 99 
1.900.894 72 



August 

September. . 

October 

November .. 
December . . 

Totals.... 



Clearing!-. 


Balances 


$16,937,887 50 
9,458,412 50 
6,947,565 00 
4,237,225 00 
5,069,977 00 


$5,324,747 93 
2,693,316 84 
2,113.268 83 
1,518,683 28 
1,754.284 85 


$99,101,957 50 


$31,999,278 69 



Clearings 190.5. 



January . 
February 
March ... 

April 

May 

June 

July 



Clearings. 



$2,984,406 25 
2,736,696 25 
6,954,146 25 
6,459,676 28 
6,478,781 25 
5,482,447 50 
7,148,356 25 



Balances. 



$1,104,147 93 
1,098,786 22 
3,104,184 35 
2,406,082 41 
2,324,505 11 
1,578,778 85 
2,053,750 93 



August . . . 
September 
October... 
November 
December 

Totals . . 



Clearings. 


Balances. 


$4,788,712 25 
3,778,402 00 
3,681,148 75 
4,063,688 75 
3,237.883 75 


$1,565,077 23 
1,422,991 88 
1,351,012 64 
1,326,071 62 
1,033,778 85 


$56,794,345 .^0 


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115 
THE CHICAGO POSTOFFICE. 

Postal and Momy Order business transacted during the year 1905. 



F. E. Coyne, Postmaster. 



EXECUTIVE DIVISION. 
45 Carrier Stations. 5 Other Stations. 225 Numbered Stations. 



CITY DELIVERY DIVISION. STATISTICS. 1904-1905. 



Area of postal district 

Areaof free delivery district. . 

Number of carrier stations 

Number of other stations 

Number of numbered stations. 

Number of carriers 

Number of clerks 

Total deliveries made per day.. 
Total collections made per day.. 

Number of letter boxes 

Number of package boxes 



l',K)4. 


1905. ' 


190 sq. miles 


190 sq. miles 


187 sq. miles 


187 sq. miles 


45 


-■-«. 


5 


: '■■:-.;& 


205 


285 


1,568 


1.600 


996 


1,032 


4.154 


4.242 


3.240 


2,251 


4.019 


4.103 


609 


622 



CASHIEIl'S DIVISION. 
Postal receipts for year ending December 31, 1903, as compared with like receipts for the year 1904. 



1905. 



Stamps and cards 

Envelopes 

Newspaper and periodical postage , 

Paid in money 

Postage due 

Box rent 

Waste paper, etc 



810,355.048 00 

961,065 01 

667.269 48 

209,616 95 

60,353 00 

7,327 27 

4.225 11 



' $12.264,904 82 



1904. 



9,382.541 50 

946.619 87 

648; 783 56 

23,104 62 

55,081 60 

7,374 24 

3.721 48 



§11,067,226 87 



Increase in 1905, 31,197,677,95 or 10.81 per cent. 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF EMPLOYES. 

December 31, 1904, and December 31, 1905. 



1904. 

Carriers 1,568 

Clerks 2,164 

Substitute carriers 300 

♦Substitute clerks 183 

Special delivery messengers 209 

Cleaners 12 

Letterbox mechanics 5 

Substation clerks 205 

Substation laborers 8 

Temporary laborers (elevator conductors) 

Substitute printers 2 



Total number of employes. 
*Including 50 temporary clerks. 



4,656 



1905. 

1,600 

2.395 

246 

133 

22S 

12 

5 

9S& 

13 

5 

2 

4.865 



AUDITOR'S BUREAU. 

Comparative statement of business transacted at named and numbered stations 
of this office during the years 1904 and 1903. 



Year. 


No. of 
Money Order 
Transactions 


Amount and 
Fees. 


Sale of 
Stamps. 


Registery 
Business. 


1905 


§932,870 
825,440 


810,609,388 03 
8,901,629 40 


$8,115,064 11 
7,833,303 29 


855,743 

802.787 


1904 


Increase 


107,430 
13.0155 


1,707,708 63 

19.18!?, 


281,760 82 
3.59^ 


53,006 
6.6^ 





116 
THE CHICAGO POSTOFFICE.— Continued. 



MAILING DIVISION. 
Comparative statement, showing the amount of mail handled for the years 1904 and 1905. 



Special delivery, letters and packages {l904 

Increase, 1905 

First class j |g^^ 

Increase, 1905 

Second class \ \^ 

Increase, 1905 

Third and fourth class | Jgy| 

Increase, 1905 

{1905 
1904 

Increase, 1905 



Pieces 
worked. 



377,626 
373,192 



4,434 

658,121,200 
570,159,040 



87,962,160 

340,356,510 
324,391.780 



15,964,730 

204.290,405 
190.040,225 



14,250,180 

1,203,145,741 
1,084,984,237 



118,181,504 
or Am(i% 



Pounds 
worked. 



13.022 

12,869 



163 
or .0127>i 
16,453,030 
14,253.976 



2,199.054 
orl5.43S 

68,071,302 
64,878,356 



3,192,946 
or .0492>i 
40.858.081 
38,008,045 



2,850.086 
or .0749% 



POUCHES AND SACKS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED. 



1905 

1904 

Increase, 1905 



1905. 
1904. 



Increase, 1905. 



Pouches 
received 



Sacks 
received. 



619.960 
598.810 



21.150 
or .0353^ 



Pouches 
despatched. 



2,131,735 
1.893,925 



237,810 
or .125W 



Sacks 
despatched. 



894,216 
867,898 



26,318 
or .0303S 



3.702,835 
3,345.776 



357,059 
or .1067X 



ERRORS. 

By Chicago Postoflice clerks : 

1905 42.301 or 1 in each 28,442 pieces 

1904 38,689 or 1 in each 28,043 pieces 

By railway mail and other postofflce clerks: 

1905 14,334 or 1 in each 83,238 pieces 

1904 12,630 or 1 in each 85,903 pieces 

By the public : 

1905 8,592,918 or 1 in each 140 pieces 

1904 .-. 7,731,461 or 1 in each 141 pieces 

REGISTERED MAIL. 

Comparative statement showing the operations of the Registry system at the Chicago 
PostoflBce, during the years ended December 31. 1904 and 1905. 



Letters registered with fee prepaid 

Parcels registered with fee prepaid 

Registered letters received for delivery 

Registered parcels received for deliveir 

Registered letters and parcels received for distribution 

Registered packages received (with matter for city delivery) 

Registered packages received in transit 

Registered packages made up and mailed 

Registered package jackets received and opened 

Registered package jackets received in transit 

Registered package jackets made up and mailed 

Through registered pouches and inner sacks received 

Through registered pouches and inner sacks made up and despatched 

Through registered pouches and inner sacks received in transit 

Official letters and parcels registered free 

Total number of registered articles handled 

Increase in 1905 over 1904, 119,674 pieces, or 10.72 per cent. 



1904. 



97,7.53 

84,59(5 

183,779 

61,823 

27,0iN7 

196,537 

269,432 

153,682 

7.371 

951 

701 

12,301 

12,462 

587 

6,892 



1,115,954 



IW.i 



108,528 

94.055 

202.178 

69.1ti7 

31,795 

216.190 

296.375 

169,050 

8,108 

1,946 

771 

14,531 

14,708 

645 

7,581 



1,235,628 



117 



THE CHICAGO POSTOFFICE.— Continued. 

TABLE SHOWING NATIONALITIES OF EMPLOYES OF THE CHICAGO POSTOFFICE. 

DECEMBER 31, 1905. 



Nationality. 


Carriers. 


Clerks. 


Sub- 
Carriers. 


Sub- 
Clerks. 


Special 
Delivery 
Messen- 
gers. 


Total. 


Americans . . 


1.185 

130 

89 

40 

39 

34 

39 

8 

11 

18 

5 

9 

5 


1,971 

100 

114 

33 

35 

30 

16 

21 

9 

10 
23 - 
14 
o 

2 
2 

"i 

3 

3 
4 
1 
2 
1 


205 
16 
5 
3 
5 
3 

b 

2 
■■■3 

"'2 

1 


123 

1 
3 


"'2 


213 

1 
4 

1 

"i 

1 

"i 
"i 

" '2 
"i 


3,697 


Irish 


238 


Germans 

Canadians 


215 

79 


English 


79 


Swedes 

Norwes ians 

Austrians 


67 
49 
32 


Scotch 

Danes 


30 
33 


Russians 

Bohemians 


2» 
26 


Hollanders 


8 


Swiss 


3 


French 






5 


Indo-European 


2 


Porto Slcan 


1 


South African 


1 


Newfoundlanders 

Spanish 


1 
2 


Polish 

Belgian 

Luxemhurgers 

Finns 


3 

3 
4 
1 


Italians 

Nova Scotians 


3 
3 








Total 


1.600 


3,395 


248 


133 


226 




4.602 











Percentage of Americans to total, a little over 80. 



INQUIRY DIVISION. 



Tracers and inquiries filed for lost mail 

Pieces recovered 

Property, restored to owners, found loose in the mails, valued at. 

Pieces despatched to D. L. O 

Valuable dead letters delivered 

Stamps found loose in mails valued at 

Postal information and rulings furnished 

Moneys found loose 

" " " delivered 

Mail without stamps received 

Stamps received and mail forwarded 

Boxes rented 

Rental . 



.1 



Pieces returned for better directions 

" " postage 

" " without nddress 

" forwarded by Nixie Section 

" consigned to waste 

" recovered from waste and returned to senders. Third Class Matter.. 
Amount of Postage derived 



1904 

79,876 

36,118 

$5,500 

,187,808 

4,000 

$800 

66,938 

$1,700 

11.400 

38,975 

35,650 

3.4^ 

$7,340.34 



1905 

80,000 
41,330 
$5,75a 
907,201 
3.758 
$.591..50 
67.1.50 
$1,877.96 
1,146.13 
72,460 
66,519 
3.451 
$7,329.28 
3,465.322 
1.560,719 
428,431 
2,132,939 
407,102 
639.496 
S810.70 



■^W?Sfs^Kf^.lv?^^?Vw^i!!^ 



118 



THE CHICAGO POSTOFFICE— Continued. 

CITY DELIVERY DIVISION. 
Comparative Statement of Mail handled by delivery, years 1904 and 1905. 



First-Class Matter Handled. 


1904. 


1905 


Kumber of mail letters received at Postoffice for delivery 

" local " " " " " " 

" mail " " " stations (other than Post- 

oflace) for delivery 

Number of local letters received at stations (other than Post- 
office) for delivery 


176,631,836 
138,651,574 

62,321,966 

41,256,826 


194,295.019 
152,516,157 

68,568,162 

45.383,508 


Total number of letters received for deli verv 


418,862,202 


460,761,846 






2nd, 3rd and 4th Glass Matter Handled 




Number of pieces, newspapers, circulars, etc., received at 

Postoffice for delivery 


113,632,301 
15,029,862 


130,677,146 


Number of pieces, newspapers, circulars, etc., received at 

stations (other than Postoffice) for delivery 


17,284,341 


Total number of circulars, newspapers, etc., received for 

delivery 




Grand total number of pieces of all classes received for delivery 


128,662,163 
547,524,365 \ 


1»<,»01,«0I 

608,723.333 


General Delivery. 


1 


Letters and other articles handled 


1,456,276 
428,054 
222,568 

11,549 
426,876 

79,274 

55,826 


1,125,340 
425,410 
237,497 

12.696 


Letters and other articles advertised, stations included 

Letters and other articles advertised and delivered, stations in- 
cluded 




448,273 
109,109 


Notices sent forward 2ud. 3rd and 4th class matter 


Notices mailed to senders for 2nd. 3rd and 4th class matter bear- 
Injr return card 


69,246 


Box Department. 






Lock boxes and drawers rented 


655 

20,020,950 

19,783.235 

45,239 

210,238 


624 


Letters and other articles handled 


19.007,450 


Letters and other articles delivered 

Letters and other articles forwarded 


18,717,297 
57,539 


Letters and other articles marked out 


270,750 






Directory Service. 






Letters given directory service, stations included 

Newspapers, etc., given directory service, stations included 

Addresses supplied from directory, stations included 


4,666,801 
121,963 

2,257,082 
124,162 

1,700,975 


4,667,018 

139,783 

2,171,209 


Letters sent to other offices for delivery, stations included 

Letters and other articles forwarded, stations included 


119.200 

1,910,118 








Amount of postage due, stations included 


$50,450 95 

11,528 96 

1,595 48 

917 76 

167 79 

271 35 

72 15 


$59,377 71 


Amount delivered to carriers, Central Station 

Amount delivered to General Delivery 

Amount delivered to Box Department 

Amount forwarded to other offices 


11,457 36 

1,616 78 

994 05 

145 36 


Amount sent to Dead Mail section 

Amount sent to stations. Dostase due affixed 


301 46 
64 13 






Special Delivery Section. 






Messengers in the service 


209 
674,701) 
203,030 


214 


Letters and packages received for delivery 


756,086 


Local special received for delivery 


228,992 






iMlSCET>LANEOU.> 








388,542 

417,784 

513,762 

199,095 

32 

190 

29,528 

277,154 


392,712 


Pouches received from stations 


447,140 


Sacks sent to stations 


506,281 


Sacks received from stations , 


195,030 


Sacks and pouches mis-sent 


43 


Packages mi. s-labeled or mis-sent 

Errors in distribution 


270 
35,681 


Changes of address recorded 


273,968 







MONEY OiiDER DIVISION. 



Summary of Increase. 


Transactions- 


Amount. 


1905 


10,633,617 
9,011,540 


$165,618,819 56 


1904 


136,875,057 48 


Increase 


1,622,077 
or 18% 


$28,743,762 08 




or 30.26 $S 



119 
IRON AND STEEL, 

Monthly range of prices in the Chicago market during the past three years. 

(Furnished by The Iron Age. 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Average for year 



Northern Coke, 

No. 2. 
Per gross ton. 



1905. 1904 



$17 50 
17 50 
17 45 
17 25 
17 25 
16 65 
16 12i 
16 30 

16 25 

17 31i 

18 80 

19 25 



$17 30i 



$14 12* 
13 56| 

13 80 

14 00 
13 75 
13 35 
13 25 
13 25 
13 50 
13 75 

15 624 

16 60 



$14 04| 



1903. 



$23 10 
23 00 



Lake Superior Char- 
coal Pig Iron. 
Per gross ton. 



1906. 1904. 1903. 



$18 50 
18 50 
18 .50 
18 50 
17 75 

17 00 
16 50 
16 40 
16 87 ^^ 

18 25 

19 20 

20 00 



$18 88i $17 99M 



$16 62i 
15 87; 

15 00 

16 18J 
15 00 
14 70 
14 50 
14 87i 

14 75 

15 31i 

16 37} 

17 80 



$15 50 



$25 60 
26 50 
26 50 
25 30 
24 12i 
24 00 
22 20 
20 62J 
19 00 
18 10 
17 12i 
Id 50 



$22 13i 



Ohio strong, soft 

Pig Iron, No. 1. 

Per gross ton. 



1905. 1904 



$19 30 
19 30 
19 20 
18 80 
18 60 
17 60 
17 30 

16 80 

17 23% 

18 36 if 

19 56 

20 05 



$18 50^i 



$16 42i 
15 30 
15 20 
15 30 
15 30 
15 15 
14 78i 
14 66 

14 80 

15 05 

17 424 

18 50 



$15 641 



1903. 



$26 54 
26 30 
26 30 
25 80 
22 70 
21 374 
19 80 
18 50 
17 75 
17 36 
16 83i 
16 70 



$21 33 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Average for year 



Southern Coke Pig 

Iron No. 2. 

Per gross ton. 



1905. 



$17 15 
17 15 
17 15 
17 15 
16 90 
15 95 
15 02)4 
15 45 

15 52i4 

16 2814 

17 SO 

18 15 



1904. 



$13 78i 
13 47i 
13 55 
13 80 
13 274 
12 75 

12 833 

13 0^1 
13 15 
13 90 

16 33i 

17 15 



$16 66V2 S13 924 



1903. 



$23 01 
22 85 
22 474 
2125 
20 10 
19 35 
17 45 
16 28i 
15 85 
14 65 
13 224 
13 25 



$18 31i 



Common Bar Iron. 

Per 100 lbs. 

(Carload price.) 



1905. 1904 



$1 65 



65 
61 
60 

5654 
51 

blU 

57 

65 

7<3i-4 

84 

85 



$1 645^ 



«1 35 >6 



40 

48 

485^ 

45 

31 i4 

32'/s 

33^ 

36 J^ 

45 

63 



$1 4114 



1903. 



76^ 

81 

84?i 

82 

80 

72)2 

66 

62^2 

53^ 

UVi 

38M 

35 



$1 64% 



Angles. 

Per 100 lbs. 

Carload price.) 



1905. 



$1 66J^ 



69 
76)6 
76>/2 
761^ 
76^2 
76i4 
76!^ 
86)6 
86V2 
1 86!4 
1 86^ 



$1 7834 



1904. 



$1 7Wi 
1 76^ 
1 76H 
176!^ 
1 76)6 
1 76)6 
1 76!4 
17634 
1 6414 
1 56)6 
1 56Y2 

1 m]4 



70M 



1903. 



f 1 75 



75 
75 • 
75 

75 " 
75 
75 - 

75 .;„ 

75 
75 

75 
7634 



$1 75 



Old Car Wheels. 
Per gross ton. 



1905. 1904, 



1903. 



Steel Rails. 
Per gross ton. 



1905. 1904. 



1903. 



Open-hearth Spring 

Steel. 

Per 100 lbs. 



1905. 



1904. 1903, 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Average for year 



116 56 
16 37J^ 
15 75 

15 75 
14 81)6 
14 25 
14 25 
14 95 
13 55 

16 00 

17 50 

18 75 



$13 25 
14 124 
14 50 
14 00 

13 124 
11 20 

10 624 

11 124 

11 00 

12 00 

14 25 
16 25 



$24 00 
24 00 
24 00 
34 00 
23 00 
21 75 
21 50 
21 374 
20 50 
18 00 
15 75 
13 00 



$28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 



S28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 



128 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 
28 00 



$2 00 



00 
10 
10 
10 
10 
2 10 
2 10 



$3 00 
200 
2 00 
2 00 
200 
2 00 
200 



10 
10 
10 
10 



90 
88 
85 
85 
89 



$2 6534 
2 6634 
2 6634 
2 66^ 
2 6634 
2 66J4 
2 66^ 
2 66)6 
2 6634 
2 60 
2 31)i 
200 



$15 IIU. 



12 954 



$20 904 



828 00 



S28 00 



$28 00 



$2 08% 



$1 941 



$2 57^ 



120 
IRON AND STEEL— Continued. 

Monthly range of prices in the Chicago market during the past three years. 

(Furnished by The Iron Age.) 



Smooth 

Machinery Steel. 

Per 100 lbs. 



1905. 



January : SI 8m 

February I 1 81% 

March i 1 91% 

April i 1 9iy2 

May 1 91H 

June 1 911^ 

July ; 1 91H 

August 1 91% 

September ' 1 91K» 

October | 1 91% 

November j 1 91}^ 

December 1 91H 

Average for year i 81 89% 



1904. 



SI 71/2 



7154 
74!/2 
76i4 
76H 
761^ 
76!4 
761/2 
74^2 
71% 
7154 
75% 



$1 74% 



1903. 



$2 00^ 
3 01% 
2OIK2 
2 01>4 
2 01^ 
2 01 1/2 
2 01% 
2 01 /2 
20114 
2 01% 

1 81^2 

17]i4 



$1 9714 



Soft Steel Bars. 
Per 100 lbs. 



1905. 



$1 56% 



56J^ 
66% 
66^ 
66^ 

mvi 

6654 

66% 

66^2 

1 66i4 

1 66% 

1 66% 



$1 ()4?;{ 



1904. 



46 !4 
46% 
49H 
51% 
51% 
SIH 
51% 
olVi 
49H 
46^$ 
1 46^ 
1 50J4 



81 4954 



1903. 



SI 75^ 



■6J4 

76^2 

76% 

76% 

76V^ 

7614 

76H 

76/2 

54 

46^ 



$1 72 



Old Iron Rails. 
Per gross ton. 



1905. 



$21 
30 
19 
19 
18 
17 
17 
19 
20 
23 
22 
23 



13 J^ 

00 

60 

75 

5(1 

15 

81)4 

35 

87% 

12^ 

90 

00 



120 18 



1904. 1903. 



$14 
16 
16 
16 
15 
14 
14 
15 
16 
16 
20 
2-2 



00 

50 

60 

87% 

87% 

65 

12>^ 

31% 

10 

68% 

12/2 

00 



$16 5&4 



$24 00 
24 00 
24 00 
23 75 
23 75 
21 00 
19 70 
18 50 
17 75 
17 00 
16 25 
13 00 



$20 28% 



No. 1 

Railroad Wrought. 

Per net ton. 



jNo. 1 Busheling Scrap. 
Per net ton. 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Average for year 



1905. 



■W8 18% 
17 00 
16 40 
16 Odli 
14 18% 

13 50 

14 12% 

15 45 

16 3114 

17 00 

17 50 

18 00 



1904. 



$16 14J4 



$10 
12 
12 
12 
11 
10 
10 
11 
11 
12 
15 
17 



So 

50 

80 

50 

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50 

43% 

123^ 

85 

50 

43% 

55 



45 



1903. 1905. 



$19 
19 
19 
20 
19 
16 
14 
14 
14 
13 
13 
10 



50 
50 
75 
40 

12/2 

12/2 

65 

18% 

06'4 

55 

00 

00 



$16 07 



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11 m^ 
11 25 
11 00 

9 06 >4 

9 10 

9 62'/2 

10 80 

11 87/2 

12 00 
12 25 
12 50 



1904. 



2;i 

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55 

87% 

00 

40 

12^ 

68% 

00 

00 

00 

00 



$11 11% $ 8 76% 



1903. 



$14 
14 
14 
14 
13 
12 
12 
11 
10 
10 



00 
00 
00 
00 
8754 

30 
50 
93% 
20 

12/2 

87/2 



812 05 



Heavy Cast Scrap. 
Per net ton. 



1905. 



$13 
13 
13 
13 
12 
12 
13 
13 
13 
13 
14 
15 



81)i 
12/2 
40 

8I14 

50 

40 

37^ 

20 

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30 

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$13 49/2 



1904. 



$10 

11 

12 

11 

10 

8 

8 

9 

10 

11 

13 

14 



50 

37Vi 

00 

12/2 

25 

80 

93% 

8754 

70 

0554 

68% 

15 



$10 9554 



1903. 



$17 30 

16 62/2 
18 1254 

17 80 
16 75 
14 6254 
14 20 
14 00 
13 00 
12 40 
11 6254 
10 50 



814 74^4 





Wire Nails. 

Per keg. 

Carload price. 


Steel Cut Nails. 

Per keg. 
Carload price. 


Galvanized BarbWire. 

Per 100 lbs 

Carload price 




1905. 


1904. 


1903. 


1905. 


1904. 


1903. 


1905. 


1904. 


1903. 


January 

February 


$1 90 
1 95 
1 95 
1 95 
1 95 
1 95 
1 95 
1 87 
1 87^ 
1 95 
1 95 
1 95 


$2 04 
2 05 
2 09 
2 10 
2 10 
2 07 
2 05 
1 90 
1 75 
1 75 
1 77 
1 88 


$2 08 
2 1214 

2 20 

3 15 
2 15 
2 15 
2 15 
2 15 
2 15 
2 15 
2 15 
2 00 


$1 90 
1 95 
1 91 
1 85 
I 85 
1 81 
1 80 
174 
1 75 
1 77% 

1 a5 

1 88% 


$1 91% 
1 86I4 
187>^ 
1 91 /j 
1 91/2 
1 87'.^ 
1 80'^ 
1 78% 
1 75 
1 75 
1 77% 
1 88 


$3 34/2 
2 31/2 
2 315^2 
235 
2 35 
2 35 
2 35 
235 
2 35 
2 35 
2 11% 
2 11/2 


$2 35 
2 40 
240 
2 40 
2 40 
2 40 
2 40 
2 32 
233/2 
2 40 
2 40 
2 40 


$2 64 
2 65 
2 69 
2 70 
2 70 
2 68 

2 65 

3 42% 
220 

2 20 
2 22% 
2 33 


$2 68 
2 75 


March 

April 


3 80 

3 77 


May 

June 

July 

August 


3 75 
3 75 
2 75 
2 75 


September 

October 


2 75 
2 75 


November 


2 75 


December . ... 


2 60 


Average for year 


SI 9SM 


$1 97 


$2 1:3 


$1 84 


?1 84!^ 


$2 33 


$3 38M 


82 51 


$2 74 



LAKE COMMERCE OF CHICAGO 



FOR "THE YEAR 1 90S. 



(Compiled by William Penn Nixon, Collector of Oustomi.) 



Keceipts and Shipments. 

Summary of Vessels Arrived, with Their Tonnage. 



i( 11 



Cleared, 



Comparative Statement of Arrivals and Clearances for a Series of 
Years. 

List of Vessels Built in the District during 1905. 

" " " Oavned in Chicago. 

" " '• " " " that were lost during 1905. 

Custom House Statements. 
Canal Statistics. 



The following statement shows the dates of the opening of navigation at the Straits of 
Mackinac for a number of years. The last clearance for Buffalo in 1905 was on December 10. 



1854 April 25 

1855 May 1 

1856 May 3 

1857 May I 

1858 April 6 

1859 April 4 

1860 April 13 

1861 April 25 

1863 April 18 

1863 April 17 

1864 April 23 

1865 April 21 

1866 April 29 

1867 April 23 

1868 April 19 

1869 April 23 

1870 April 18 

1871 April 3 



1873 April 28 

1873 May 1 

1874 April 29 

1875 April 28 

1876 April 28 

1877 April 20 

1878 Mar. 14 

1879 April 23 

1880 April 5 

1881 May 4 

1883 April 5 

1883 April 28 

1884 April 28 

1885 May 6 

1886 April 21 

1887 April 23 

1888 May 4 

1889 April 6 



1890 April 8 

1891 April 20 

1892 April 7 

1893 April 15 

1894 Mar. 13 

1895 April 9 

1896 April 17 

1897 April 9 

1898 Mar. 28 

1899 April 26 

1900 April 18 

1901 April 15 

1903 M^r. 27 

190:s Mar. 34 

1904 April 29 

1905 April 18 



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ARRIVALS OF VESSELS IN THE CHICAGO DISTRICT. 

Shoioing the number and tonnage by months during 1905. 



January . . . 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 

October 

November . 

December . 

Totals.. 



Vessels in the 
coasting trade. 



No. Tonnage. 



99 

41 

98 

349 

761 

900 

1,100 

1,180 

1,003 

755 

552 

364 



7,092 



73,169 

31,526 

57,002 

266,711 

819,409 

962,567 

1,155,848 

1,251,452 

965,3;i6 

795,637 

553,922 

258,517 



7,190,096 



Vessels in the 
foreign trade. 



No. Tonnage. 



14 
17 
22 
22 
25 
30 
12 
10 



144 



5,001 
19,250 
20,882 
22,630 
28,850 
34,133 
19,909 
14,295 

9,156 



174,096 



Totals. 



No. Tonnage. 



99 

41 

98 

351 

775 

917 

1,132 

1,202 

1,028 

775 

5('>4 

264 



7,236 



73,169 

31,526 

57,002 

271,712 

838,669 

983,449 

1,178,478 

1.280,302 

999,459 

815,546 

567,217 

267,673 



7,364,193 



CLEARANCES OF VESSELS— 1905. 



January . . . 
February.. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 

October 

November . 

December . 

Totals.. 



Vessels in the 
coasting trade. 



No. Tonnage. 



99 

44 

103 

432 

7&5 

877 

1,087 

i,165 

994 

750 

515 

186 



7.007 



71,064 

32,083 

58,911 

349,816 

820,29;} 

937,753 

1,147,136 

1,232,906 

962,672 

773,968 

521,645 

151,639 



7,059,886 



Vessels in the 
foreign trade. 



No. 



11 

28 
53 
36 
43 
37 
33 
18 
9 



261 



Tonnage. 



14,313 
31,1.53 

55,690 
39,291 
57,047 
48,718 
41,361 
23,446 
5,058 



316,077 



Totals. 



No. Tonnage. 



99 

44 

103 

433 

793 

930 

1,123 

1.208 

1,031 

783 

533 

188 



7,368 



71.064 

33,083 

■'i8,911 

364.129 

851,446 

993,443 

1,186,427 

1,289,953 

1,011,390 

815,329 

545.091 

156,697 

7,375,963 



ARRIVALS AND CLEARANCES FOR 36 YEARS. 



Arrivals. 



Vessels. 



1870. 

1871, 
1872 
1873. 
1874. 
1875. 
1876. 
1877. 
1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 

isas. 

1884 

1885. 

1886. 

1887. 

1888. 

3889. 

1890. 

1891. 

1892. 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897. 

1898. 

1899. 

1900. 

1901. 

1902. 

1903. 

1904. 

1905. 



12,739 
12,320 
13,824 

ii,a58 

10.827 

10,488 

9,621 

10,233 

10,400 

11,859 

13,218 

13,048 

13,3;-)1 

ll,9(i7 

11,3;)4 

10,7^4 

11,157 

11,950 

10,989 

10.804 

10,.507 

10.224 

10..5.-)6 

8,754 

8,259 

9.312 

8,663 

9,1.56 

9,428 

8,346 

8,714 

8.430 

8,083 

7.650 

6.631 

7,2.W 



Tonnage. 



3,049,265 
3.096.101 
3,059,752 
3,225,911 
3,195,633 
3.122.004 
3.089,073 
3.274.332 
3,608,534 
3,887,095 
4,616,969 
4.533,558 
4.849.950 
3,812.464 
3,756,973 
3,653.936 
3,926,318 
4,328,293 
4,393,768 
5,102,790 
5,138,253 
5.534,852 
5,966,626 
5.456.637 
5,181,2(50 
6,339,702 
6,481,152 
7,209,442 
7,557,215 
6,353,715 
7,044,995 
6,900,999 
7,179,053 
7,587,410 
6,430,088 
7,364.192 



Clearances. 



Vessels. Tonnage. 



1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878, 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882. 
1883, 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890, 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
189(), 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 



12,433 
13,312 
12,531 

11,876 

10,720 

10,607 

9,62^ 

10,284 

10,494 

12,014 

13,30' 

12,957 

13,62(> 

12,015 

11,47; 

10,798 

11,215 

12,023 

11,106 

10,984 

10,547 

10.294 

10,567 

8,789 

8,329 

9,36;! 

S,77;> 

9,201 

9,562 

8,429 

8,8.'59 

8,471 

8,164 

7,721 

6,671 

7.26^ 



2,983,942 
3,082.235 
3.017,790 
3,338,803 
3,134,078 
3,157,051 
3,078,264 
3,311,083 
3,631,139 
3,870,300 
4,537,382 
4,228,689 
4,904,999 
3,980,873 
3,751,723 
3,652,286 
3,950,762 
4,421,560 
4,496,898 
5,155.041 
5,150,665 
5,506,700 
5,968,337 
5,449,470 
5,311.160 
6,392,497 
6.591,203 
7,185,334 
7,686,448 
6.390,260 
7.141,105 
6,930,S83 
7.229,:M2 
7,720,225 
6.514.934 
7.37.5.963 



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EXPORTS BY LAKE 



From the port of Chicago during 1905. 



Commodities. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Flour 


Tons 

Bushels... 
Bushels . . . 
Bushels . . . 
Bushels . . . 

Tons 

Barrels . . . 
Barrels . . . 
Tierces. . . . 
Barrels . 
Tons 


2,044 

4,800 

3,784,024 

2,390,953 

128,913 

800 

1,085 

3,565 

10 
181 


i 81,233 


Wheat 

Corn 


4,080 
2.143.686 


Oats 


746,946 


Barley 


52,308 


Oil Cake 


23,954 


Beef 


14,362 


Pork 


52,106 


Lard 


55 


Oil 


57 


TTnclassifled 


23,244 




Total values. 1905 


S3.14S.030 


« 1904 


2,011,389 
3.864.440 


" " 1903 






1902 




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3,347,130 
7,053,713 
8,382,456 
5,319,197 


1901 .... 


1900 


1899 


" 1898 


9.926,059 
3,308.546 


" 1897 









IN TRANSIT SHIPMENTS— 1905 



Commodities. 



Flour 

Wheat 

Com 

Oats 

Bye 

Barley 

Mill-stuffs.. 
Oil Cake.... 
Unclassified 



Tons.... 
Bushels 
Bushels 
Bushels 
Bushels 
Bushels 
Tons.... 
Tons.... 
Tons.. 



Quantit y. 



1,650 

108,000 

6,780,047 

4,415,)B10 

60,200 

46,000 

13,897 

170 

369 



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VESSELS BUILT 

In the district of CJiicago during 1905. 



Built of wood. 


Built of steel. 


Class. 


Name. 


Net 
Tons. 


Cost. 


Class. 


Name. 


Net 
Tons. 


Cost. 


Gaso.launch 


Calumet 


6 

26 
16 

6 


$ 1,400 
7.000 
1,200 
1,000 


Steamer 

u 


Elbert H.Gary... 
William E. Corey. 


4,ft88 
5,046 


$450,000 


U It 


Evening Star 

Mabel W 


400,000 




Totals 

Recapitulation: 

4 wooden vessels 
3 Bteel 


10,033 


850,000 


Yawl 


Nourmahal 




54 
10,033 


10,600 




54 


810,600 


850,000 


Totals 


Grand total 


s 6 


10,087 


8860,600 







VESSELS LAID UP 



In Chicago at the close of navigation, 1905. 





Number. ! 


- 


Number 


Schooners and barges at Chicago. . . 


43 
o 

60 

18 

1 


Tugs at Chicago 


23 


Schooners and barges at So. Chicago 


Tugs at South Chicago 


7 




Total 




Steamers at South Chicaso 


153 









VESSELS LOST. 



Owned at Chicago, 1905. 



Class. 


. Name. 


Net 
Tons. 


Value. 


Insur- 
ance. 


Lives 

lost. 


Remarks. 


Gaso.launch 


Caro . 


6 

580 
580 

8 

9 


S 1,000 

15,000 

15,000 

2,8C0 

6,0C0 


$ 15,000 

15,000 

1,500 

1,100 


.... 


Burned July 25, 1905, Mississippi River. 
Stranded Oct. 20, 19(e, Gr'd Marais,Mich. 
Foundered Oct. 20, 1905,G'd Marai8,Mich. 
Burned Nov. 28, 1904, Calumet River 

(npt previously reported). 
Burned July 4, 1905, Illinois and 

Michigan Canal. 


Schr. barge. 

a M 


Galatea 

Nirvana 

Thos. White.... 

Walworth 


Totals 


1,183 


139,800 


$32,600 








128 



VESSEL TONNAGE MOVEMENT AT THE PRINCIPAL PORTS 

OF THE WORLD. 

(Compiled In the Bureau of Statistics, Department of Commerce and Labor, Washingrton, D. C. 



Ports. 


Year. 


Entered, 
tons. 


Cleared, 
tons. 


Ports. 


Tear. 


Entered, 
tons. 


Cleared, 
tons. 


EUROPE. 








United States: 








Great Brit.\in : 








Philadelphia . . . 


1905 


1.8.33,640 


1,817,984 


Cardiff 


1904 


4,795,406 


8.:i24,066 


Baltimore 


1905 


1,224,960 

884,536 

1,791,902 


1.249,698 
1,081,248 
1,986,343 


Hull 


1904 


2.664,254 


2.084,537 


Galveston 


1905 


Liverpool 


1904 


7.986,584 


6.730,206 


New Orleans... 


1905 


London 


1904 


10 788.212 


7.8.50,947 


Puget Sound . . . 


1905 


1.238,095 
809,107 


1,436,374 
1.017,512 


Tyne Ports. .. 
G asgow 


1904 


3.810.363 


5071,793 


San Francisco.. 


1905 


1904 


1.. 566,478 


3,754,506 


Can-ada : d 








Malta-Valetta a 


1904 


3.986,502 


3,»80,516 


Montreal 


1905 


1,228,200 


1.296,730 


Gibraltar 


1904 


4,403,552 


4,388,425 


Mexico: dd 






Germany: 








Vera Cruz cd... 


1904 


1.197,157 


1,217,693 


Hamburg 


1904 


S.681,534 


8.770.675 


Tampico cd .... 


1904 


1.074,433 


1,080,669 


Rtattipti 


1904 


2.739,901 


3633,360 


Argentine: 








Denmark: 






Buenos Ayres.. 


1903 


3.394,635 


3,103.274 


Copenhagen .... 


1904 


2.834,689 


3,941,226 


Brazil: 








France: 








Bio de Janeiro . 


1903 


2,699,664 


2.694,662 


TTavrfi h 


1904 


2,382,646 


1,834,447 


Cuba: 








RnrrlAAilx /> 


1904 


982.503 


677,208 


Havana 


1904 


2 246 795 


2,247.290 


Dunkirk b 


1904 


1,377.586 


838,816 


ASIA. 






Marseilles b.... 


1904 


.5.061,913 


4.645,467 








AUSTRIA : 








BritishColon's: 








Trieste 


1904 


2.737,452 


2.211.850 


Hoigkong-Viotoria e. 


1904 


9.680,643 
6,175,905 


9,65.2,454 
6,l.i5,848 


Belgium : 








Singapore/ 


1904 


Antwerp 


1904 


!t..J73,703 


9.339,707 


Colombo a 


1904 


.5.195.822 


5.154,094 


NETHERIiANDS: 

Rotterdam 








Aden h 


1904 


2,843,997 


2.833,475 


1904 


7,181,374 


6,764,91)0 


China: 




Italy : 








Shanghai 


1904 


6,076,279 


6,10.1,519 


frenoa 


1903 


3,776,659 


3,113,720 


Japan: 
Yokohama 


1904 


2,309,756 




Russia: 


2,237,271 


St. Petersburg-Cron- 








Nagasaki 


1904 


1,578,192 


1,538,730 


stadt 


1904 


1.411,848 


1,407,760 


Kobe 


1904 


3,384,574 


3,386,403 


Odft«*8a 


1904 


1.436,513 


1.411,407 


Moji... 


1904 


2,760,387 


2 7-^6 792 


"Riera 


1904 


1,133,324 


1,140,513 


AFRICA. 






Spain: 




Barcelona (■ 


1904 


1.014,304 


1.330,128 


F.RYPT: 








Bilbao c 


1904 


1. 1187.924 


1,951,006 


Alexandria 


1904 


3.207,991 


3,201,472 


Turkey : 








Cape Town t — 


1904 


3,636.469 


3,338,213 


Constantinople cc — 


1904 


15,01 


(;.f.-21 


OCEANIA. 








AMERICA. (I 








Australia: 








United States: 








Melbourne J 


1904 


507,526 


347,497 


New York 


1905 


9.6,30,853 


9,311.537 


Sydney j 


1904 


7.32,033 


737,089 


Boston 


1905 


2,604,579 


3,082,814 


Newcastle J — 


1904 


418,162 


683.041 



a Figures for the year ending March 31, 1905. b With cargoes only. 

c Figures include the tonnage of vessels engaged in the foreign trade calling at several 
ports in the course of the same voyage, the tonnage of such vessels being taken account of at 
the port of call. 

ec Total movement of shipping, excluding sailmg and small coasting vessels. Separate data 
for entrances and clearances not available. 

d Year ended June 30. dd Gross tons. 

e Exclusive of Chinese junks engaged in the foreig-n trade. The tonnage of these vessels 
entered in 1904 was 1,534,874. 

/ Exclusive of warships, transports, native craft and vessels under 50 tons, but inclusive 
of vessels engaged in trade between the Straits Settlements. 

a Exclusive of the tonnage of vessels that called for the purpose of coaling and for orders only. 

h for the year ending March 31. 1904. Figures are exclusive of native craft. 

i Figures so far as they relate to steam vessels represent gross tonnage, and are inclusive 
of transports carrying stores, but exclusive of those carrying troops. 

j In the trade with countries beyond the Commonwealth only, exclusive of the interstate 

^^'^'^^' LONDON AND LIVERPOOL TONNAGE 



Of British and Foreign vessels entered and cleared with cargoes in the forei 


gn trade. 




London. 


Liverpool. 




Entered. 


Cleared. 


Entered. 


Cleared. 


1900 


9,580,854 

9,992,753 

10,179,023 

10,958,739 

10.788,313 


7,119,673 
7,382,893 
7,385,085 
8,104,890 
7,S50,947 


6,001,563 
6,465,153 
6,843,200 
7,817,050 

7,986.584 


5,666,145 


1901 


6,171,073 


1908 


6.314,514 


1903 


0.682,568 


1904 


6.730.306 







129 



LIST OF VESSELS 

Owned in the district of Chicago, December 31, 1905. 
(Furnisbed by William Penn Nixon, Collector.) 



Net 
tonnage. 



Propellers. 

A. R. Colborn 

Albert Soper 

Argo 

Black Rock 

Buckingham 

Chas. Rietz 

City of Traverse 

City of Chicago 

City of Kalamazoo. . . 

City of London 

City of South Haven 

Cormorant 

Ragle .. 

Eastland 

Ell wood 

F. A. Goebel 

F.W. Fletcher 

Francis Hinton 

Glenn 

H.W.Williams 

Holland 

Imperial 

J. C. Suit 

J. D. Marshall 

James H. Prentice . . 

Jesse Spalding 

John Oades 

John Plankinton 

Jackson 

Kalkaska 

L. L. Barth 

L. Edward Hines . . . 

Lena Knobloch 

Louis Pahlow 

Luella Brown 

M. T.Greene 

May Queen 

Manistee 

M. B.Curtis 

Madagascar 

Marion 

M.F. Butters 

M. E. Kelton 

Mueller 

N. J. Nessen 

Niko 

Normandie 

O. E. Parks 

Oregon 

Oscoda 

Panther... 

Perl 

Petoskey 

Phenix 

Philetus Sawyer 

P. D. Armour 

P.J. Ralph 

Puritan 

R.C. Veit 

R. P. Fitzgerald 

S. B. Barker 

Sanilac 

SooCity 

Southwest 

Ste. Genevieve 

Stella 

TrudeR. Wiehe 

T. S. Christie 

W. H.Sawyer 

Wiley M. Egan 

William P. Rend.... 
Winnebago 



! propellers. 



154 
268 
740 

l,53lj 
17 
168 
925 
737 
563 

1,675 

1.169 
817 
131 

1,218 

52 

61 

314 

273 

199 

548 

871 

43 

241 

428 

398 

856 

1,235 

1,461 

47 

555 

491 

790 

55 

290 

103 

421 

16 

483 

39 

1.272 
673 
229 
503 
ifa 
368 
658 
430 
289 
557 
345 

1,140 

64 

544 

1,035 
308 

1,452 
658 

1,052 
96 

1,175 
131 
209 
438 
19 
611 
40 
449 
471 
581 

1,380 

1,697 
786 



Tugs. 



40.491 



A.B.Ward 

Alert 

Andrew H. Green . . . 

Andy 

0. A. Ryerson 

Chas. Halladay 

Chicago 

Crawford 

Carter H. Harrison. 
0. M. Charnley 

C. W. Elphioke 

D. P.Hall 

EffieL 

Elsie Nell 

b'anny Parnell 

P. O. Earnshaw 

F. R. Anderson 

Frank R. Crane — 

Fred Drews 

George Cooper 

G. A. Tomlinson 

Hoflnung 

Hannah Sullivan . . . 

Harriet M 

Harry C. Lydon 

Henry S. Sill 

J. C. Evans 

J. H. Hackley 

James A. Quinn 

.! rimes Hay 

Keystone 

Li. B. Johnson 

L'^slie 

Liberty 

Louise B 

LorainT 

Luther Loomis 

M.G. Hausler 

MableS 

Mentor 

Mollie Spencer 

-Mosher 

<>. B. Green 

Perfection 

Prodigy 

Protection 

Providence 

Richard B 

tt. Prindiville 

Relief 

Sita McDonald — 

II. E. Burke 

R.C. Sullivan 

liosaline 

Rose Jackson 

Ruby 

Success 

T.C. Lutz 

T. T. Morford 

Tacoma 

Tom Brown 

Waubun , 

W. G. Harrow 

Wm. Dickinson 

Wm. McCarthy 



65 tugs. 



Lighters. 

Atlas ..... 

I C. H. Conover . . 

M. Talcott 

Swan 

4 lighters. 



Net 
tonnage. 



15 
11 
54 
36 
44 
24 
20 
18 
20 
41 
26 
32 
28 
28 

9 
16 
15 

8 
10 
26 
53 
10 
14 

8 
19 
17 
24 
22 
21 
22 
54 
21 
19 
126 

8 

9 
14 
36 
24 
11 
26 
34 
2i 
42 
54 
30 

6 

33 
12 
20 
47 
49 
35 
19 
17 
16 
13 
70 
57 
39 
18 
37 
42 
49 
54 



1,860 



113 

138 

68 

64 



383 



Canal Boats. 

BandC 

Brier 

K. H. Heath 

Excelsior 

Fearless 

I. andM.C 

Imperial 

Jollet 

Montauk 

Nashotah 

Niagara 

Novelty . . 

Peerless 

Victor 

Welcome 

15 canal boats 



City Fire Boats. 

Chicago 

D. J. Swenie 

Fire Queen 

Illinois 

Yosemite 

5 city fire boats 



Steam Yachts. 

.3Eolus 

Alice Mae 

Arcadia 

Buccaneer 

Caryl 

Delaware 

Doozie 

Fortuna 

Geisha 

Heron 

Junita 

Juliet 

Lagonda 

Mabel W 

Marcia 

Marquedora 

Mindora 

.Minnie R 

Nanhaught 

Norma 

Oonas 

Pathfinder 

Rembha 

Roamer 

Rosamond 

Sapho 

Scorpion 

Sunflower 

Surf 

Tannis 

TJtowana 

Vanossa 

Vernon, Jr 

Vailima 

Vivian 

Wilber 



Net 
tonnage. 



71 
59 
75 
64 
77 
67 
63 
53 
73 
78 
71 
82 
73 
73 
65 

1,038 



12 

71 

9 

34 
70 

196 



36 steam yachts 



7 
8 

14 

79 

5 

5 

27 

83 

16 

7 

32 

44 

80 

16 

15 

49 

^ 

7 

44 
11 
73 
111 
34 

9 
11 
13 

9 

25 

154 

6 

266 

37 

23 

7 
38 



1,457 



130 



LIST OF VESSELS— CoNTnojED. 



Gasoline Launches 

American Eagle 

Calumet 

Chicago 

Evening Star 

Fox 

F. Dierssen 

GraceJ 

Illinois 

Irving 

Kid 

Uncle Sam. 

Welcome 



12 gaso'ine launches 



Schooners. 

Ahhie 

Apprentice Boy . . 

Argo 

Bertha Barnes... . 

Berwyn 

Butcher Boy 

Carrier 

Clara 

Cora A . 

Ellen Williams... 
Emily and Eliza.. 

Ford River 

Geo. A. Marsh 

George L. Wrenn 
George Sturges . . 

Grace M. Filer 

Henry Cowles 

Horace Tabor 

Ida 

Iver Lawson 

J. H. Mead 

J. V. Taylor 

John Mee 

J. B. Merrill 

LibbieNan 

Lotus 

Mamie George.. . 

M.Dall 

Richard Mott 



Net 
tonnage, 



7 
6 
8 

26 
9 

13 

17 

14 

5 

5 

12 

6 



128 



83 
198 

14 
273 
388 
30« 
177 
221 
327 
240 

60 
284 
192 
303 
417 
225 

89 
2,55 
161 
141 
388 
189 
189 
190 
198 
241 

12 
138 
254 



S. A. Wood 

White Wings 

W. O. Goodman 

Winnie Wing 

Wonder 

York State 

35 schooners 

Schooner Barges. 

A. C. Tuxbury 

Alice B. Norris. 

Annie M. Peterson . . 

C. E. Reafern 

City of Chicago 

Commerce 

Connelly Bros 

D.L. Filer 

Delta 

F. C.Leighton 

Halsted 

Harold 

Helvetia 

Ida Corning 

Lizzie A. Law 

Middlesex 

Oak Leaf 

R. L. Fryer 

S. E. Marvin 

S. H. Foster 

Wayne 

21 schooner barges 

Barges. 

Columbia 

D 33 

D 34 

D 35 

D 36 

D 37 

Empire State 

Napoleon 

O.J.Hale 

9 barges 



Net 
tonnage 



248 
11 

308 

190 
37 

256 



6,954 



645 
589 
599 
646 
310 
311 
694 
339 
266 
312 
471 
682 
753 
423 
710 
687 
375 
501 
587 
639 
629 



11,067 



393 
457 
457 
607 
607 
675 
283 
423 
309 



4,210 



Yachts (Sail) 

Alice 

America 

Argo 

Charlotte 

Chanticleer 

Charlotte K 

Chetopa 

Delight 

Farragut 

Foam 

Frolic 

Genevieve 

Glad Tidings 

Gloria 

Hattie B 

Hawthorne 

Illinois 

Iris 

Iroquois 

Jeanettie 

Johnnie B 

Josephine 

Kayoshk 

Mawaja 

Mistral 

Mull 

Nahma 

Naiad 

Neva 

Nomad 

Noreen 

Nourmahal 

Nymph . 

Outlaw 

Prairie 

Sadie 

Siren 

Tartar 

ThorBjorn.. 

Yanenna 

Veneedor 

Windward 

Wldsith 

Wizard 

44 sail yachts . 



Net 
tonnage. 



36 

6 

9 

54 

108 

17 

6 

6 

5 

10 

9 

7 

9 

6 

7 

28 

8 

7 

11 

11 

8 

8 

9 

11 

31 

13 

15 

9 

16 

15 

7 

6 

6 

6 

7 

13 

10 

13 

8 

17 

15 

5 

6 

6 



618 



RECAPITULATION. 



Clasb. 


Number. 


Net tons. 


Class. 


Number. 


Net tons. 


Steam: 
Pronellers . . 


72 
65 

4 
15 

5 
36 
12 


40,491 
1,860 

383 
1,038 

196 
1,457 

128 


Sail: 

Schooners 

Schooner barges 

Barges 

Sail vachts 


35 

21 

9 

44 


6,954 

11,067 

4 310 


Tugs 


Lighters 


Canal boats 


618 




Total . 




Yachts 


109 


22,849 


Launches 








Total 


209 


45,553 




Grand total 


318 


68,402 





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CUSTOM HOUSE INSPECTIONS. 

The following shows tJie business transacted in the Inspectofs Dioision of the 

Chicago Custom House duHng 1905. 



Tin plate weighed 

Tobacco welgned 

Salt weighed 

Miscellaneous weighed 

Total 

Whiskey gauged 

Wine gauged 

Brandy gauged. 

Gin gauged 

Rum gauged 

Beer gauged 

Alcohol gauged 

Arrac gauged 

Olives gauged 

Olive ou, etc., gauged 

Castor Oil gauged 

Cod Liver Oil gauged 

Eapeseed Oil gauged 

Crystal gauged 

Vinegar gauged 

Malt Extract gauged 

Lacquer gauged 

Creosote gauged 

Berries gauged 

Total 

No. pkgs. spirits stamped 

No. cigars and cigarettes received. . 

No. cases received 

No. boxes stamped 

MEASURED AND GAUGED. 

Number posts and laths, ties, etc. . . 

Lineal feet lumber 

Square feet glass measured 

Square feet tiles measured 

Square feet brick 

Cubic feet pineapples 



No. lbs. 
286,844 

1.557,492 
13,220.013 
57.074,307 



71,138,656 



No 



gals, 
63,333 J^ 
157,952J6 
14,172 
3,062K 
1,330 
52,254 
136 
373 
249.879 
54,329 
53 
146 
53 
85 
115 
941^^2 
869J6 
6,990 
55.486 



661,458V! 



6,975 



1,032,410 
309 

43.898 



2.488,105 
24,477.419 
522,503.10 
16,773.10 
4,980 
2,168 



No. steam vessels admeasured 
No. sailing vessels admeasured 
Gasoline vessels admeasured. . 

Total 

No. cars transferred , 

No. cars inspected for export . . . 

No. cars discharged 

No. vessels discharged 



No. consignments trans, in bond. 



No. consignments rec'd by rail . . . 
No. consignments rec'd by vessels 
No. consignments rec'd by express. 

Total No. consignments 

No. pkgs. transferred 

No. pkgs. inspected for export 

No. pkgs. transported in bond 

No. pkgs. received by rail 

No. pkgs. received by vessels 

No. pkgs. received by express 

Total 



No. pkgs. delivered to consignees . . . 

No. pkgs. delivered to appraiser 

No. pkgs. delivered to warehouses.. 

Total 



7 

% 

11 



20 



950 
1,024 
9,676 

191 



574 



13,697 

423 

2,783 



16,903 



169,879 
401.699 

96,685 



1,711,784 

56,320 

3,714 



1,771,818 



983,355 

52,264 

737,199 



1,771,818 



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IMPORTED MERCHANDISE. 

Statement showing the value of imported merchandise entered for consum,ption, and 

withdrawals from warehouse, with the amovM of duties collected tliereon, 

at tlie port of Chicago, in 1905. 




American whiskey returned 

Articles free of duty (except tea) . . 

Ale, beer and porter 

Artists' materials 

Art works, paintings and statuary . 

Books, music, etc 

Brushes 

Champagne 

Cheese . 



Chemicals, drugs, etc. 

China, glassware 

Cigars. 



Clocks, watches and parts 

Cocoa, chocolate 

Cutlery 

Diamonds and precious stones 

Dry goods 

Fish, all kinds 

Fruits and nuts, all kinds 

Furs, dressed 

Gelatine and manufactures of. 

Guns and firearms , 

Hops 



Inks. 

Iron and steel, manufactures of 

Iron and steel wire rope 

Jewelry. 



Lead, In ore 

Leather, manufactures of 

Lumber, sawed 

Maple sugar 

Metal, manufactures of. . 

Millinery goods 

Musical instruments 

Oils. 



Paints 

Paper and manufactures of. . . 

Pickles and sauces 

Plate window glass . . . . 

Rice, cleaned 

Rubber and manufactures of. 
Salt. 



Seeds and plants. 
Smokers' articles 
Spices. 



Spirits, brandy, whiskey, cordials, etc 
Stone and marble, manufactures of . . . 

Sugar, cane and beet 

Tea 



Tinplate 

Tobacco, leaf 

Toys and dolls 

Varnish 

Wines, still 

Wood, manufactures of. 

Miscellaneous articles... 

Totals 



$ 23,280 00 

2,363,770 00 

84,304 00 

15,135 00 

29,217 00 

64,917 00 

71,727 00 

297,383 00 

362,893 00 

334,795 00 

950,707 00 

50,005 00 

401,262 00 

46,750 00 

26,952 00 

133,209 00 

6,893,759 00 

584,694 00 

347,518 00 

114,400 00 

3,642 00 

83,356 00 

42,415 00 

2,856 00 

180,652 00 

14,115 00 

47,130 00 

673,352 00 

459,K8 00 

242,724 00 

33,997 00 

349,327 00 

405,369 00 

296,606 00 

137,759 00 

17,281 00 

223,434 00 

84,145 00 

156,081 00 

1,873 00 

24,000 00 

67,194 00 

88,153 00 

10,323 00 

6,771 00 

453,816 00 

5,483 00 

300 00 

2,710,882 00 

55,866 00 

1,061,545 00 

117,361 00 

1,179 00 

248,262 00 

77,205 00 

i 759.713 00 

I S23.138,080 00 



Duty. 



$ 25,004 43 

"39,78i'93 

4,540 50 

5,106 85 

16,229 25 

28,690 80 

175,986 06 

110,950 50 

88,636 60 

556,182 11 

45,595 75 

98,748 30 

6,733 42 

14,133 88 

13,498 50 

3,797,151 18 

103,104 74 

165,412 38 

31,075 50 

1,334 22 

41,736 16 

9,813 25 

714 00 

53,713 21 

5.942 84 

28,278 GO 

673,753 72 

215,958 36 

32,466 07 

19,836 04 

149,049 85 

168,924 40 

133,472 70 

44,914 67 

6,009 45 

65,016 19 

35,635 00 

125,463 36 

1,219 94 

7,334 00 

18,933 60 

25,374 58 

6,167 30 

3,241 62 

504,111 24 

2,741 50 

130 34 

^',58306 

991,393 45 

41,041 35 

1,455 27 

89,471 88 

22,599 40 

244.660 00 

$9,119.971 88 



136 



CANAL STATISTICS (OFFICIAL). 



The following statement siiouos the expenses of repairs, reneiaals, etc-; also the tolls col' 
lected, with the dates oj the opening and closing of the Illinois and Michigan 
Canal, from 1850 to 1905, inclusive : 



1850. 
1851. 
1852. 
1853. 
1854. 
1855. 
1856. 
1857. 
1858. 
1859. 
1860. 
1861. 
1862. 
1863. 
1864 
1865. 
1866. 
1867. 
1868. 
1869. 
1870. 
1871. 
1872. 
1873. 
1874. 
1875. 
1876 
1877. 
1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890, 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905, 



Ordinary 
repairs. 



$38,418 
39,447 
42,816 
40,383 
36,587 
38,216 
33,101 
37,256 
36,115 
34,036 
34,308 
39,238 
40,024 
49,294 
47,535 
39.255 

'43,716 
46,152 
52,984 
49,514 
43,098 
54,555 
42,785 
53,525 
49,139 
46,241 
42,418 
54,965 
43,826 
44,076 
47,604 
53,597 
57,30it 
56,515 
55,731 
47,659 
44,101 
A509 
43,605 
42,907 
40.258 
43.501 
43.470 
39,063 
36.985 
33,760 
31,.541 
31,524 
30.859 
31,768 
31,205 
36,92s 
25,4<,i3 
31,781 
20,134 
13,334 



Extra'rd'y 

repairs, 

renewals, 

and hyd. 

works. 



$19,9t«5 
19,027 
10,693 
4,486 
16,654 
32,657 
58,357 
65,835 
21,972 
40,406 
48,275 
15,823 
15,337 
13,031 
18,572 
85,614 
72,647 

116,504 
69,067 
42,251 
65,597 
42,667 
46,091 
27,573 
24,659 
28,270 
49,167 
55,053 
39,013 
53,625 
77,997 
54,626 
48,103 
60,341 
43,549 
38,734 
28,329 
27,876 
33,240 
42,571 
34,867 
29.091 
23,661 
20,459 
17.273 
37,392 
46,446 
36,783 
45,103 
22,368 
36,805 
34.945 
81,599 
14,251 
6,730 
37.550 



Gross 
expenses. 



858,415 

.58,475 

53,508 

44,870 

53,242 

70,873 

91,458 

103,082 

58,088 

74,432 

82,58:5 

55,061 

55,362 

62,715 

66,107 

134,869 

116,363 

162,656 

122,052 

91,765 

108,695 

97,222 

88,876 

81,098 

73,798 

74,511 

91,5&") 

110,018 

82,839 

97,701 

135,601 

108,323 

105,412 

116,75() 

99,280 

86,393 

72,430 

71,385 

76,845 

85,478 

75,125 

72,592 

67,137 

59.522 

54,258 

71.152 

77,987 

68,307 

75,962 

91,19t> 

88.317 

111,002 

127,]5li 

52,401 

42,761 

50,890 



Tolls. 



$125,504 

173,300 

168,577 

173,372 

198,326 

180,519 

184,310 

197,830 

197,171 

132,140 

138,554 

218,040 

264,657 

210,386 

156,607 

300,810 

303,958 

253,231 

215,720 

238,759 

149,635 

159,050 

165,874 

166,641 

144,831 

107,081 

113,293 

96,913 

84,330 

89,064 

92,296 

85,130 

85,947 

77,975 

77,103 

66,800 

62,516 

58,024 

56,028 

65,305 

55,112 

49.457 

54.987 

38,702 

44,928 

39,106 

32.100 



41,021 
13,867 
8,120 
2,879 
6,938 
6,743 
4,950 



Canal 


Canal 


opened. 


closed. 


Mar. 


22 


Dec. 6 


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Nov. 20 


April 


1 


Dec. 1 


Mar. 


16 


3 


a 


8 


Nov. 26 


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4 


28 


AprU 


1 


Dec. 


Mar. 


4 


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« 1 


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10 


Nov. 15 


" 


11 


Oct, 31 


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Nov. 15 


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Oct. 31 


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Nov. 15 


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Oct. 8 


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Nov. 25 


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Nov. 20 


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« 20 


April 15 


28 


Mar. 


25 


« 18 


April 16 
Mar. 20 


Dec. 1 
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M 


29 


Nov. 20 


« 


22 


18 


April 25 


" 26 


Mar. 


13 


30 


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Nov. 15 


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Dec. 1 



No. of 
days 
open. 



259 
269 
255 
274 
263 
253 
241 
204 
244 
263 
264 
270 
247 
273 
265 
220 
203 
209 
210 
222 
184 
234 
245 
225 
236 
228 
239 
230 
257 
237 
242 
216 
263 
238 
239 
225 
239 
233 
230 
236 
235 
236 
229 
229 
229 
229 
229 
229 
329 
229 



276 
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ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN CANAL. 



Kumber of canal-boats running, of miles run, of clearances issued and of tons 
transported on the Illinois and Michigan Canal, fro^n 1860 to 1905, inclusive: 



1880. 

1861. 

1862. 

1363. 

1864. 

1863. 

1366. 

186T. 

1868. 

1369. 

1870. 

1871. 

1872. 

1873. 

1874. 

1875. 

1876. 

18T7. 

1878. 

1879. 

1380. 

1381. 

1382. 

1883. 

1884., 

1885.. 

1336., 

1887., 

1838., 

1839.. 

1390., 

1891., 

1392.. 

1893.. 

1394.. 

1895.. 

1896.. 

1897 . 

1893.. 

1899.. 

1900. 

1901.. 

1902.. 

1903.. 

1904.. 

1905.. 



Clearances 


Boats 


Miles 


. Tons 
trans- 


issued. 


runmng. 


Tun. 


ported. 


3,926 


201 


235,684 


367,43T 


6,339 


194 


415,599 


547,295 


T,044 


211 


474,976 


673,590 


5,810 


240 


418,713 


619,599 


4,527 


228 


300,340 


510,286 


3,907 


228 


360,614 


616,140 


5,488 


230 


406.784 


746,815 


4,183 


209 


357,623 


746.954 


4,123 


218 


345,169 


737.827 


4,524 


219 


285,050 


871,738 


2,903 


179 


243,650 


585,879 


3,523 


186 


278,948 


629,975 


*5,018 


173 


334,820 


783,641 


*4,743 


172 


328,164 


849.533 


*4,296 


152 


288,075 


712.020 


*3,554 


142 


259,878 


676,025 


*4,049 


145 


902,024 


691.942 


*4,008 


145 


272,788 


605.91S 


*4,299 


140 


293,335 


598,798 


*4.458 


136 


304,191 


669,559 


*4,536 


133 


330,009 


751,360 


*4,459 


133 


316,435 


826.133 


*4,055 


132 


335,710 


1.011,287 


*3,739 


132 


306,618 


925,575 


*4.204 


134 


325.431 


956,731 


*3,990 


135 


304,664 


827.356 


*3,783 


130 


303,575 


808.019 


*3,824 


132 


290,338 


742.074 


*3.336 


127 


287,771 


751.055 


*4.299 


114 


334,107 


917,047 


•3,920 


104 


260,713 


743,392 


*3,203 


97 


243,214 


641,156 


•3,014 


95 


. 230,149 


783,288 


*2,452 


82 


187,905 


529,818 


•2,907 


t81 


206,875 


617.8U 


*2,904 


t78 


196,132 


591.407 


•2,660 


r67 


167.289 


446,762 


*4,151 


64 


179,954 


484,575 


*3,523 


64 


152,960 


395,017 


*4,705 


70 


173,312 


469,352 


•2,820 


60 


99,409 


121.759 


*2,366 


41 


74,923 


81,456 


•691 


41 


25,290 


35,834 


*1,406 


78 


82,060 


62,894 


•1,603 


107 


58,839 


47,616 


•1.354 


124 


40,617 


38.820 



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General Statistical Statements 



OF THE 



UNITED STATES AND THE STATE OF ILLINOIS 



INCLUDING THE 



Population, Public Debt, Valuation of Property, Etc. 



STATEMENTS OF EXPORTS AND IMPORTS 



GRAIN CROPS, ETC. 



140 



POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES. 



Census Betums. 



1790 3,929,214 

1800 5,308.483 

1810 , 7.239,881 

1830 9,633.822 

1830 12,866,020 

1840 17,069,453 

1850 23,191,876 

1860 31,443,321 

1870 38,558,371 



1880 50,155,783 

1S90 62,831,900 

1900 76,295,220 

1901 (estimated) 78,437,000 

1903 (estimated) 79,686,000 

1903 (estimated) 81,292,000 

1904 (estimated) 83,562,000 

1905 (estimated) 83.960,000 



POPULATION OF ILLINOIS. 



United States Censiis Betums. 



1810 13.282 

1820 55,162 

1830 157.445 

1840 476.183 

1850 851,470 

1860 1,711,951 



1870 2,539,891 

1880 3,077,871 

1890 3,826,351 

1900 4,821,550 

1904 (estimated; 5,117,036 



POPULATION OF CHICAGO. 



70 

1840 4,853 

1845 12,088 

1850 29.963 

1855 tiO.627 

1860 112,172 

1865 178,900 

1870 298.977 

1871 (June) 334.270 



1872 (Octoljer) 364.377 

1880 503,185 

1890 1,208,669 

1892 1,438,010 

1894 1,568,737 

1896 1,616,635 

1898 1,851,588 

1900 United States census 1,698,575 

1904 School census 1,714,144 



141 
ALIEN PASSENGERS AND IMMIGRANTS. 

Number of alien passengers arrived in the United States from 1820 to 1855, and 
the number of immigrants arrived from 1856 to 1905. 

(Official.) 



Period. 


Aliens. 


Period. 


Aliena. 


Year ending September 30— 
1820 :. 


8,385 

9,127 

6,911 

6,354 

7,912 

10,199 

10,837 

18,875 

27,383 

22,520 

23,322 

23,633 

53,179 

7,303 

58,640 
65,365 
45,374 
76,242 
79.340 
38,914 


Year ending Dec. 31— Continued. 

1839 


68,069 


1821 


1840 


84.066 


1832 


1841 


80,289 


1823..... 


1843 


104,565 


1824 


January 1 to September 30, 1843 

Year ending September 30— 

1844.. .?..... 


52,496 


1835 

1826 


78.615 


1827 


1845 

1846 


114.371 


1828 


154.416 


1839 


1847 

1848 


234.968 


1830 


226,527 


1831 


•1849 

1850 


297,024 


1832 


310,004 


Ouarter ending December 31, 1833. . 
Year ending December 31— 

1833 


Quarter ending December 31, 1850. . . . 
Year ending December 31— 

1851 


59,976 
379,466 


1834 


1853 


371,603 


1835 


1853 


368,645 


1836 


1854 


. 427,833 


1837 


1855 


200,877 













Period. 



Year ending Dec. 
31— 

1856 

1857 

1858 

1859 

1860 

1861 

1863 

1863 

1864 

1865 

1866 

1867 

Jan. 1 to June 30- 



Year ending Jun 
30— 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1873 

I87r? 

1874 



1875. 
1876. 
1877. 
1878. 
1879. 



Aliens. 



Immi- 
grants. 



195,857 
346,945 
119,501 
118,616 
150,237 
89,734 
89,007 
174,524 
193.195 
347.453 
314,917 
310,965 

138,840 



353,768 
387,303 
321,350 
404.806 
459,803 
313,339 
227,498 
169.986 
141,857 
138.469 
177,836 



Non-im- 
migrants 



4,597 
4.361 
3:625 
2.666 
3,403 
2,194 
2.978 
1,758 
233 
667 
3.&51 
4,757 

3,183 



11,306 
15.717 
31.359 
18,193 
13.338 
14.610 
17,134 
20,005 
33.163 
19,307 
30,128 



Total. 



300,436 
351,306 
123,126 
138,283 
153.640 
91,918 
91,985 
176.283 
193,418 
248,120 
318,568 
315,722 

142,023 



363,074 
403,9») 
342,609 
422,978 
473,141 
327,949 
344,633 
189,991 
165,019 
157,776 
197,954 



Period. 




Aliens. 




Immi- 
grants. 


Non-im- 
migrants 


Total. 


Year ending June 
30— Continued. 
1880 


457.257 
669,431 
788.992 
603.322 
518.592 
395.346 
334,303 
490,109 
546,889 
444,437 
455.302 
560,319 
623,084 
502,917 
314.467 
279,948 
343.367 
230.832 
229.299 
311,715 
448.572 
487,918 
648,743 
857,046 
812,870 
1,036,499 


24,939 
25.733 
37:280 
41.910 
41,971 
43,412 
33,730 
22,929 
20,621 
20,845 
21,133 
18,798 
20,369 
40,750 
33,940 
21,301 
a 
a 
21,062 
22.885 
25.429 
30.057 
30,092 
28.119 
37,479 
40,882 


484,196 
695,163 
816.272 


1881 


1883 


1883 


645 232 


1884 


560i563 

437,758 


1885 


1886 

1887 

1888 


357.923 
513.038 
567 510 


1889 


465 272 


1890 

1891 


476.425 
579,117 


1893 

1893 


644,353 
543.667 


1894 


347,407 


1895 

1896 


391,149 
343.367 


1897 


230.832 


1898 

1899 


350.361 
334,600 


1900 

1901 


474.001 
517,975 


1902 


678,8a5 


1903 


885,165 


1904 


a50,349 


1905 


1,067,381 







Note.— Prior to the year 1820 no official records of the arrival of alien passengers were kept. 
It is estimated, however, that the total number arriving in the United States from the foun- 
dation of the government to the year 1820 was 250,000. 

Up to the year 1856 no record was kept of immigrants in distinction from the arrival of 
alien passengers- 

Of the number of immigrants arrived during the year ended June 30, 1905, there came from 

Un'd Kingdom 137,134 Norway 2.5,064 China 2,166 Aus. Hungary .275,693 

Germany 40,574 Italy 231,479 Russia 184,897 Sweden 36,591 

The total number of European immigrants for the last fiscal year was 974,273. 

Of the total number of immigrants for the year. 724,914 were males and 301,585 were females. 

The year ended June 30, 1905, has been the year of the greatest immigration. 

Owing to the absence of law for the collection of statistics in relation to immigrants by 
railroads.those from the British North American possessions and from Mexico were not included 
from July 1, 1885, to June 30, 1895. 

a Data not collected. 



142 



PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

The folknmng statement exhibits the amount of the debt of the United States Govern- 
ment in each year since 1790: 



1791 

1793 

1793 

1794 

1795 

1796 

1797 

1798 

1799 

1800 

1801 

1802 

1803 

1804 

1805 

1806 

1807 

1808 

1809 

1810 

1811 

1812 

1813 

1814 

1815 

1816 

1817 

1818 

1819 

1820 

1821 

1822 

1823 

1824 

1825 

1826 

1827 

1828 

1829 

1830 

1831 

1832 

1833 

1834 

1835 

1836 

1837 

1838 

1839 

1840 

1841 

1842 

1843 

1844 

1845 

1846 

1847 

1848 



January 1 . 



July 1. 



75,463.476 52 
77,227,924 66 
80,352,634 04 
78,427,404 77 
80,747,587 38 
83,762,172 07 
82,064,479 33 
79,238,529 12 
78,408,669 77 
82,976,294 35 
83,038,050 80 
80,712,632 25 
77,054,686 30 
86,427,120 88 
83,312,150 50 
75,723,270 66 
69,218,398 64 
65,196,317 97 
57,023,192 09 
53,173,217 53 
48,005,587 76 
45,209,737 90 
55,962,827 57 
81,487,846 24 
99,833,660 15 
127,334,933 74 
123.491,965 16 
103,466,633 83 
95,529,648 28 
91,015,566 15 
89,987,427 66 
93,546,676 98 
90,875,877 27 
90,269,777 77 
83,788,432 71 
81,054,059 99 
73,987,357 20 
67,475,043 87 
58,421,413 67 
48,565,406 50 
39,123,191 68 
24,322,235 18 
7,001,032 88 
4,760,081 08 
351,289 05 
291,089 05 
1,878,223 55 
4,857,660 46 
11,983,737 53 
5,125,077 63 
6,737,398 00 
15,028,486 37 
27,203,450 69 
24,748,188 23 
17,093,794 80 
16,750,926 33 
38,956,623 38 
48,536,379 37 



1849 


December 1 


1850 


(C 


1851 


November 30 


1852 


December 20 


1853 


July 1 


1854 




1855 


November 17 


1856 
1857 


15 

July 1 


1858 


f( 


1859 


it 


1860 


" 


1861 


u 


1862 


u 


1863 
1864 


u 


1865 


It 


1866 


" 


1867 


" 


1868 
1869 


u 


1870 


u 


1871 


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1872 




1873 


tt 


1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 


u 

M 


1878 


U 


1879 
1880 


u 


1881 
1882 


tt 
« 


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it 


1884 


« 


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1887 


it 


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1889 
1890 


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It 


1892 


u 


1893 


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1900 


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1901 


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$ 64,704,693 71 

64,228,238 37 

62,560,395 26 

65,131,692 13 

67,340,628 78 

47,242,206 05 

39,969,731 05 

30,963,909 64 

29,060,386 90 

44,910,777 66 

58,754,699 33 

64,769,703 08 

90,867,828 68 

514,211.371 92 

1,098,793,181 37 

1,740,690,489 49 

2,682,593,026 53 

2,783,425,879 21 

2,692,199,215 12 

2,636,320,964 67 

2,489,002,480 58 

2,386,358.599 74 

2,332,067,793 75 

2,243,838,411 14 

2,162,253,338 12 

2,159,315,326 17 

2,142,598,302 02 

2,119,832,195 27 

2,092,921,241 81 

2,045,955,442 79 

2,028,648,111 09 

2,011,798,504 87 

1,899,181,735 99 

1,765,491,717 09 

1,607,543,676 84 

1,498,041,723 80 

1,418,548,371 40 

1,378,831,314 72 

1,277,360,983 97 

1,160,954,889 99 

1,026,934,261 67 

930,231,765 29 

862,430,541 67 

795,824,773 29 

794,210,785 67 

830,308,640 10 

871,621,090 08 

905.770,687 78 

948,595,982 48 

950,151,899 32 

1,046,957,413 66 

1,056,868,821 45 

1,012,039,473 55 

925,067.931 29 

857,066,928 26 

823,232.662 23 

892,823,469 15 

891,603,723 88 



Since 1869 the cash in the treasury is deducted from the aggregate debt, and bonds issued in 
aid of the Pacific railroads are not included. 



143 
PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

December SI, 1905. 



INTEREST-BEARING DEBT. 



Two per cent, consols of 1930 

Three per cent, loan of 1908-1918 

Four per cent, (funded loan) payable after July 1, 1907. 

Four per cent, refunded certificates 

Four per cent, loan of 1925 



{595,942,350 00 

63,915,460 00 

U6,754.900 00 

26,530 00 

, 118,489,900 00 



Debt past due upon which interest has ceased since maturity 

DEBT BEARING NO INTEREST. 



Old demand notes 

United States notes — 

Fractional currency . 

National bank notes, redemption account. 

Certificates of deposit, gold 

Certificates of deposit, silver 

Treasury notes of 1890 



$ 53,282 50 

346,681,016 00 

6.866,709 08 

34,690,309 00 

527,493,869 00 

475,574,000 00 

8,330,000 00 



Total debt. 



Reserve Fund- 
Gold coin and bullion. 

Trust Funds- 
Gold coin 

Silver dollars 

Silver dollars of 1390. . 



CASH IN TREASURY. 



$527,493,869 00 

475,574,000 00 

8,330,000 00 



General Fund- 
Gold coin and bullion 

Gold certificates 

Silver certificates 

Silver dollars 

Silver bullion 

United States notes 

Treasury notes of 1890 

National bank notes 

Fractional silver coin 

Fractional currency 

Minor coin 

Bonds and interest paid, awaiting reimbursement. 



88,281,229 71 

16,554,850 00 

11,613,515 00 

588,638 00 

1,343,189 19 

3,418,925 00 

55,116 00 

13,740,872 00 

6,961,489 83 

144 25 

471,820 90 

156,234 35 



In national bank depositories— 

To credit of Treasurer of the United States. . . 
To credit of United States disbursing officers. 



54,941,801 54 
9,822,565 48 



In treasury of Philippine Islands— 

To credit of Treasurer of United States 

To credit of United States disbursing officers 



$ 64,764,367 02 



.2,977,757 59 
.2,218,219 13 



Total 

Total debt less cash in Treasury. 



S 895,159.140 00 
1,199,635 26 



1,399,689.185 58 



$2,296,047,960 84 



S 150,000,000 00 



1,011,397,869 00 



173,086,024 22 



9,960,343 74 



$1,404,444,236 96 
891,603,723 88 



MEMORANDUM. 

SJiowing the amounts due the United States from Pacific railroads on account of 
bonds issued in aid of their construction. 



Central Branch Union Pacific. 



Principal. 



$1,600,000 00 



Interest. 



$2,102,389 99 



Total. 



$3,702,389 99 



The unpaid balance of the total indebtedness of the Central Pacific and Western Pacific 
Railroad companies to the United States, under settlement agreement of February 1, M99, 
amounts to $30,534,450.46 and accrued interest, less transportation earnings. 



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146 



WEEKLY EXPORTS OF WHEAT AND FLOUR FROM 

VARIOUS COUNTRIES. 

For the year 1905. 



January .. 
February . 



March. 



April. 



May 



June 



July. 



August. 



September 



October. 



November.. 



December 



Amer- 
ica. 
Bu. 



1,368,000 

896,000 

1,312,000 

1,153,000 

720,000 

1,152,000 

784,000 

896,000 

1,104,000 

1.104,000 

1,480,000 

688,000 

1,312,000 

1,368,000 

976,000 

816.000 

1,434,000 

1,664,000 

1.056,000 

1,600,000 

1,728,000 

1,312,000 

1,192,000 

832,000 

584,000 

936,000 

1,104,000 

688,000 

656,000 

633,000 

856,000 

560,000 

1,200,000 

1,016,000 

1,600,000 

1.312.000 

1,256,000 

2,112.000 

1,368,000 

1,952,000 

2,968.000 

4,312,000 

3,928,000 

5.308,000 

3,808,000 

5,496,000 

3.328,000 

3,968,000 

4,568,000 

3,208,000 

5,496,000 

4,524.000 



Argen- 
tine. 
Bu. 



576,000 
216,000 
1,176,000 
2,000,000 
1,728.000 
2,640,000 
3,344,000 
4,360,000 
3,704,000 
4,072,000 
4,392,000 
4,464,000 
2,616,000 
3,528,000 
4,408,000 
2,833,000 
3,040,000 
3.512,000 
3.296,000 
1,784,000 
1,208,000 
2,736.000 
2,352,000 
2,712.000 
2,816,000 
2,896,000 
1,6.56.000 
2,688,000 
2,664,000 
2,456,000 
3,016,000 
3,664,000 
1,672,000 
1,856,000 
1,376,000 
1,400.000 
1.232,000 
976,000 
944,000 
640,000 
656,000 
584,000 
1,856,000 
984,000 
2,320,000 
1,320,000 
1,632,000 
2,328,000 
1,240,000 
1,136,000 
696.000 
976,000 



Russia. 
Bu. 



2,304,000 
1,896,000 
1,653,000 
1,192.000 
2,776,000 
2,792,000 
2,096,000 
1,688,000 
2,552,000 
2,824,000 
1,928,000 
2.032,000 
1,936,000 
2.608,000 
1,712,000 
3,040,0(X) 
3,832,000 
3,272,000 
3,136,000 
4,312,000 
2,416,000 
4,-520,000 
4,872,000 
3,520,000 
3,968,000 
4,896,000 
4,560,000 
4,304,000 
3,624,000 
3,316.000 
3,472,000 
1,632.000 
2,600,000 
3,312,000 
4,320,000 
4,248,000 
5,912,000 
4,328,000 
4.872,000 
4,776,000 
3.720,000 
3,712,00t) 
3.232,000 
4.824,000 
3.200,00( 
3.576,000 
4,592,000 
5,248,000 
3,800,000 
2,568,000 
2,l!t2,000 
1,488,000 



Danube 
Bu. 



472,000 

456,000 

368,000 

1,300,000 

752.000 

616,000 

612,000 

584,000 

720,000 

824,000 

8.56,000 

664,000 

512,000 

632,000 

520,000 

432.000 

408,000 

880,000 

834,000 

1,592,000 

1,424,000 

1,640,000 

1,193,000 

1,856.000 

1„544,000 

1,464,000 

720,000 

480,000 

600,000 

408,000 

784,000 

1.104,000 

1,.504,000 

2,808,000 

1,752,000 

2,440,000 

3,416,000 

3,088,000 

3,488,000 

1,904,000 

3,808,000 

3,032,000 

2,544,000 

2,560,000 

2,272,000 

3,640,000 

3,656,000 

2,680,000 

3,104.000 

1,808.000 

1.928,000 

1,440,000 



India. 
Bu. 



1.953,000 

2,760,000 

1,360.000 

1,752,000 

1,833,000 

1,280,000 

633,000 

1,128,000 

840,000 

384,000 

536,000 

792.000 

1,480,000 

344,000 

816,000 

248,000 

664,000 

1,096,000 

608,000 

1,368,000 

1,688,000 

1.824.000 

880,000 

1,704.000 

1,440,000 

2.193,000 

1.968.000 

968,000 

1,912,000 

1,256,000 

1,336,000 

920,000 

976.000 

1,056,000 

272.000 

400,000 

568,000 

152.000 

496.000 

392.000 

264,000 

256,000 

424,000 

496,000 

880,000 

408,000 

776,000 

393, (JOO 

752.000 

208,000 

768.000 

376,000 



Austra- 
lia. 
Bu. 



424,000 

776.000 

1,032,000 

1,480,000 

968,000 

1.144,000 

2,040,000 

1,048,000 

1,880,000 

1,952.000 

640,000 

984,000 

1,368,000 

920,000 

730,000 

834,000 

856,000 

448,000 

176,000 

280,000 

553,000 

528,000 

704,000 

396,000 

340,000 

584,000 

440,000 

178,000 

184,000 

280,000 

433,000 

504,000 

344,000 

200,000 

248.000 

192.000 

128,000 

80,000 

152,000 

144.000 

128,000 

40,000 

72.000 

16,000 

33,000 

208,000 

224,000 

248,000 

240,000 

144,000 

32,000 

528,000 



Austria- 
Hungary. 
Bu. 



8,000 



40.000 



40,000 

' 40,666 



56,000 
34,000 



34,000 



16,000 



32,000 
56,000 
.56,000 
56,000 



Varioas 
other 

Couatrios. 
Bu. 



288,000 

233,000 

256,000 

248,000 

2.56,000 

264,000 

904.000 

184,000 

328,000 

80,000 

144,000 

112,000 

120,000 

88,000 

128,000 

96,000 

104.000 

72,000 

48,0' « 

120,000 

136.000 

88,000 

96,000 

768,000 

120,000 

96,000 

3J,0C0 

88,000 

64,000 

88,000 

113.000 

128,000 

72,000 

80,000 

96,000 

73,000 

33,000 

33,000 

72,000 

113,000 

128,000 

80.000 

72,000 

56,000 

40,000 

33,000 

88,000 

71,000 

16,000 

40,000 

S0,000 

20,000 



Total for 

week. 

Bu. 



7,384,000 

7,233,000 

7,056,000 

9,024,000 

9,033,000 

9,888,000 

10,313,000 

9,888,000 

11,128,000 

11,240,000 

9,976,000 

9.744,000 

9,344,000 

9,488,000 

9,280,000 

8,288,000 

9,328,000 

10,944,000 

9,184,000 

11,056,000 

9,152,000 

13,648,000 

11,388,000 

11,688,000 

10,712,000 

13,104,000 

10,480,000 

9,432,000 

9,304,000 

8,336.000 

9,008,000 

7,568,000 

8,392,000 

10,338,000 

9,664,000 

10,088,000 

13,544,000 

10,768,000 

11,392,000 

9,920,000 

10,672,000 

12,016,000 

12,128,000 

14,144,000 

13.552,000 

13,680,000 

13,313,000 

13,936,000 

13,753,000 

9,168,000 

11,248,000 

9.408.000 



147 



WEEKLY EXPOKTS OF CORN FROM VARIOUS 

COUNTRIES. 

For the year 1905. 



January .. 
February . 

March 

April'.'.'.'.'. 



May. 



June 



July. 



August.. ... 
September. 



October. 



November. 



December. 



America. 
Bu. 



14 
21 
38 

4 
11 
18 
25 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 



11) 

17 

24 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

5 

12 

19 

26 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

7 

14 

21 

28 

4 

11 

18 

25 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



2,560,000 

3,568,000 

3,568,000 

3,688,000 

4,440,000 

2,192,000 

4,056,000 

3,448,000 

3,088,000 

1,792,000 

2,656,000 

2,112,000 

3,568,000 

2,464,000 

2,192,000 

2,464,000 

2,272,000 

1,660,000 

1,872,000 

1,152,000 

1,016,000 

460,000 

1,032,000 

609,000 

1,032,000 

1,170,000 

950,000 

796,000 

869,000 

991,000 

1,332,000 

1,132,000 

1,072,000 

1,032,000 

1,502,000 

1,121,000 

1,219,000 

1,219,000 

869,000 

829,000 

796,000 

642,000 

792,000 

951,000 

951,000 

1,876,000 

1,170,000 

1,901,000 

1,982,000 

3,868,000 

3,502,000 

5,582,000 



Argen- 
tine. 
Bu. 



1,654,000 

1,818,000 

950,00ff 

1,560,000 

530,000 

214,000 

349,000 

531,000 

1^,000 

128,000 

51,000 

60,000 

120,000 

231,000 

351,000 

290,000 

934,000 

1,216,000 

1,364,000 

2,186,000 

1,490,000 

2,426,000 

2,708,000 

1,816,000 

2,136,000 

3,029,000 

2,559,000 

2,608,000 

3,738,000 

3,494,000 

3,551,000 

3,452,000 

2,543,000 

3,697,000 

2,706,000 

2,893,000 

2,072,000 

2,616,000 

1,722,000 

1,560,000 

951,000 

1,203,000 

1,926,000 

1,463,000 

2,802,000 

2,730,000 

2,326,000 

1,439,000 

951,000 

675.000 

919,000 

756,000 



Russia. 
Bu. 



Danube. 
Bu. 



120,000 
94,000 
60,000 
16,000 

'7'3",066 

146,000 
77,000 
60,000 
50.000 
60,000 
60,000 
26,000 

214,000 
34,000 

206,000 
94,000 

146,000 

128,000 
86,000 
76,000 
76,000 
56,000 
65,000 

122,000 
32,000 

756,000 

168,000 
88,000 

130.000 

41,000 

8,000 

146,000 

89,000 

8,000 

211,000 
34,000 

122,000 

8,000 

40,000 

89,000 

8,000 

16,000 

114,000 
32,000 
16,000 
97,000 
40,000 
16,000 
80,000 
57,000 
81,000 



48,000 



24,000 
34,000 
26,000 
8,000 
43,000 
103,000 



53,000 
24,000 
26,000 
34,000 



9,000 

24,000 

34,000 

152,000 

17,000 



49,000 



40,000 
81,000 
40,000 
16,000 
57,000 
32,000 
57,000 
49,000 
41,000 
41,000 
211,000 
65,000 

"73,m 

122,000 

89,000 

211,000 

293,000 



Total for 

week. 

Bu. 



4,334,000 

5,480,000 

4,578.000 

5,264,000 

5,018,000 

2.479,000 

4,551,000 

4,056,000 

3.346,000 

1,970,000 

2,791,000 

2,366,000 

3,740,000 

3,917,000 

2,630,000 

3,063,000 

3,300,000 

3,023,000 

3.416,000 

3,448,000 

2.608,000 

2,996,000 

3,796,000 

2.490.000 

3,299,000 

4.255,000 

4,289,000 

3,724,000 

4,712,000 

4,615,000 

4,934,000 

4,641,000 

3,761,000 

4,818,000 

4,256.000 

4,306,000 

2,355,000 

3,973,000 

2,656,000 

2,461,000 

1,893,000 

1,903,000 

2,775,000 

2,.')69,000 

3,396,000 

4.087,000 

3,493,000 

3,453,000 

3,071,000 

4,713,000 

4,689,000 

6,713,000 



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149 



DOMESTIC EXPORTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

The following table exhibits the value of the exports of domestic p'roducts, except gold 
and silver, during the years [ended June SO) 1903, 1904. and 1905. 



Cottou— unmanufactured ,. .3381,398,939 

manufactures of Tr 46,188,428 

Bread and breadstuffs 

Provisions, comprising meat and dairy products 
including vegetables 

Oils— minei-al $79,793,223 

animal , . . 13.846.389 

vegetable 16,632.233 

Wood , and manufactures of 

Tobacco, and manufactures of 

Iron and Steel, and manufactures of 

Animals, living 

Leather, and manufactures of 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal 

Hops 

Seeds . 



Spirits of turpentine . 
Coal 



Drugs, chemicals, medicines, acids and dye-stufrs 

Furs and fur skins 

Agricultural Implements, _, 

C arriages, cars.other vehicles, and parts of 

Sugar-reflned .1 745,473 

brown sugar and molasses 3 ggg 214 

Tallow .■.■.,'....',.. 

Naval stores (resin, turpentine, tar and pitch) 

Sewing machines, and parts of 

Fruits, green and dry 

Metals, and manufactures of 

Copper, and manufactures of 

Distilled spirits 

Paper and stationery 

Clocks, watches, and parts of 

Ordnance and ordnance stores 

Hides and skins, other than furs 

Musical instruments 

Fancy goods, including perfumery and toilet soaps . 

H anures (fertilizers; 

Quicksilver 

Books and other publications 

Glass and glassware 

Wearing apparel, including hats, caps and bonbets 
Ginseng 

Fibers, vegetable and textile grasses and man'frsof 
Soap. 



Mathematical, philosophical and optical instr'mts 

India rubber and gutta percha, and man'f f s of 

Marble, and manufactures of 

Ale, beer and porter 

Hair, and manufactures of 

Paints and painters' colors 

Wool, and man'f rs of, except wearing apparel 

Paintings and statuary 

Starch 

Fish 



All other commodities 



Total value of exports of domestic merchandise 



1905. 



$427,587,367 
107,732,910 

157,981,475 



] "'9,271,843 

58,000.283 

K5,491,019 

126,986,888 

46,728,281 

29.879,048 

:;1,776,611 

4,480,666 

3.557,747 

8,902,101 

29,158,332 

14,789,573 

6.599,222 

20,731,741 

10,848,071 

3,414,687 

3,022,173 

7,204.542 

6.104,279 

i. 5.297,391 

13,894,483 

87.564,009 

2.572,152 

N.238,088 

3,316,414 

3.958,957 

1.051.641 

3.144,787 

1,379,135 

7.620,886 

653,337 

4.844.160 

2.252.799 

13.159,821 

1,069,849 

6,766,809 

1.781.849 

8,172,980 

4,985,763 

1.283.219 

1.012,808 

778,471 

3,126,317 

425.650 

410,593 

1,430,572 

6.527,863 

46.785,045 



$1,491,744,695 



1904. 



1903. 



S391.75I.557 
149.050,378 

161,350,226 



105.897,826 

65,428.417 

34.683.531 

104,645,061 

47.977.875 

26.741.67!) 

17.064,302 

2.116.180 

3.583.325 

9.446,123 

27,820.323 

13.622,503 

5.422,945 

22,749,635 

11,096,324 

3.970,894 

3.801.303 

6.699.100 

5.633.423 

20.348.'<599 

9.725.328 

58.119,004 

2,276.826 

7,543,738 

2,281,195 

3.961,992 

3.246.887 

3.230,982 

1,302,033 

7.112.512 

834.764 

4.347,304 

1.978.481 

11,397,118 

851.820 

6,414,638 

1.778,467 

8.297,723 

4.970,090 

1,.589.790 

854,119 

724.514 

3,756,581 

567.351 

409,694 

1.340,282 

7.857,041 

40.609.764 



$.346,681,439 
331.242,285 

167.979,189 



97.134,620 

57,743.535 

40.444.689 

90.377,604 

34.781.193 

24.952.372 

19,743.711 

1,909,951 

9,455,283 

8,014,323 

21,206,498 

13,901,593 

6,181.115 

31,006.622 

10.655.796 

2.569,341 
1.623,833 
4,904.386 
5.105.85S 
17.758,119 
8.992,949 
40,594.613 
2.442,983 
7.180,014 
3.133.539 
3.456,920 
1.234,409 
3,381,609 

964,090 
6,734.301 

762,201 

4,443,653 

2,150,699 

10.556.006 

796,008 
5.390,948 
1.879.189 
7.130,508 
4.-580,937 
],. 565,244 
1,178,740 

616,133 
2,350,937 

503,093 

512,558 

833,943 

6.717,274 

39,006,982 



81,435,171,251 



$1,392,331,637 



Note.— Carried in cars and other land vehicles $154,234,890 

Carried in American vessels— steam . . % 117,473,089 

Carried in American vessels— sailing 9,418.518 136,891,607 

Carried in foreign vessels— eteam 1.178,253,273 

Carried in foreign vessels-sailing 32.364.925 1,210.618.198 

11.491,744,695 



160 



IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE INTO THE UNITED 

STATES. 

The follmoing tahU exhibits the value of imports of merchandise during 1903, 1904 and 

1905— the years ended June SO. 



Sugar and molasses— sugar $97,645,449| 

Molasses— Melada and syrup 1,137,844 




1904. 



1903. 



Wool— raw $46,226,658 

manufactures of 16,521,518 



Silks^raw 

manufactures of. 



$61,040,053 
32,614,540 



Coffee 

Iron and steel, and manufactures of. . 
Chemicals, drugs, medicines, dyes, etc 

Cotton— raw $10,656,624 

manufactures of . . 46,539,278 

Hides and skins, other than furs 

Tin and manufactures of 

Flax— raw 

Hemp— raw 

Jute, and other grasses— raw 

Vegetable fibers— manufacture s of 

Fruits and nuts 

Tea. 



India rubber, gutta percha, and manufactures of. 

Breadstuffs and farinaceous food 

Woods, and manufactures of 

Leather, and manufactures of 

Wine, spirits and cordials 

Tobacco, and manufactures of 

Provisions, including- eggs and fish 

Earthen, stone and china ware 

Fancy goods, including perfumeries and cosmetics 

Furs, dressed and undressed 

Glass and glassware . 

Precious stones 

Articles exported and returned 

Paper materials 

Buttons, and button materials 

Animals, living 

Books, and other publications 

Straw and palmleaf. and niauufactures of 

Paintings, photographs and statuary 

Oils of all kinds 

Watches and watch materials 

Hair, and manufactures of 

Barks, medicinal and other 

Spices 

Metals, and manufactures of (not otherwise stated). 

Household effects of immigrants and others 

Coal 

Paper, and manufactures of 

Dye-woods in sticks 

Seeds 

Salt 

Musical instruments 

Paints of all kinds 



$98,783,293 



62,747,076 



93,654,593 
84,664,062 
18,951,289 
63,700,260 



57,195,902 

64,764,146 

27,937,346 

2,260,421 

638,325 

35,213,325 

40,125,406 

25,923,455 

16,230,858 

53,190,111 

6,557,347 

25,063,230 

11,666,233 

14,920,094 

22,145,846 

14,790,004 

11,659.723 

12.153.222 

18,306,303 

5,948,839 

33,761,320 

9,406,009 

8,297,5.50 

866,178 

3,343,454 

4,589,858 

8,556,499 

4,381,324 

11,593,520 

2,479,730 

3,428,404 

3,373,225 

4,583,356 

9,982,011 

3,269,217 

3,806.753 

5,623,638 

522,575 

3,457,619 

496,734 

1,280,125 

1,524,300 



$72,937,951 



41,237,384 



78,074,180 
69.551,799 
23,554.982 
63,518,295 



.56,406.542 

52,006,070 

24.959,765 

2,514,874 

869,260 

34,403,151 

40,308,837 

24,436,096 

18,229,310 

43,371,261 

3,247,503 

23,380,850 

11,100,215 

13,810,015 

20,073,346 

14,148.621 

12,005,008 

12,896,519 

14.763,002 

6,583,168 

23,626,608 

10,438,832 

6,503,381 

892,612 

3,129,609 

4,529,187 

8,081,593 

3,286,262 

11,179,442 

3,369,235 

2,727,062 

2,859,973 

4,366,008 

9,451,101 

3,040,523 

5,147,897 

5,319,086 

1,253,506 

3,587.469 

515:230 

1.366,378 

1,674,019 



873,239,001 



39,778.323 



85,974,673 
59,200,749 
48,407,397 
62,647,383 



61,991,514 

58,031,613 

26,828,217 

2,028,012 

821,261 

31,613.240 

39,334,521 

23.726,636 

15,659,229 

31.888,402 

3,023,196 

25,356,270 

11,294,167 

14,237,473 

20.579,120 

13,248,227 

10,512,052 

11,792,674 

15,301,912 

7,038,282 

31,485,147 

7,938,824 

6,402,854 

1,190,207 

4,531,346 

4,323,938 

8,081,896 

4,310,315 

12,283,957 

2,182,684 

2,775.084 

3,192,616 

4,815,125 

9,435,794 

2,855,814 

11,505,026 

4.733,036 

1,150,399 

2,831,279 

564,966 

1,125,283 

1,827,110 



161 



IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE— CoNTDfUED. 



Bristles 

Cocoa 

Clothing, except silk and wool, and cotton hosiery 

Beer, and other malt liquors 

Marble and stone, and manufactures of 

Zinc and lead, and manufactures of. 

Jewelry 

Guano, except from bonded islands 

Bolting cloth 

Copper, and manufactures of ; 

Cement 

Rice 

Vegetables 

Ores, not iDcluding gold or silver 

All other articles 

Totals 



1905. 


1904. 


1903. . 


82,370,498 


$2,367,301 


$2,654,604 


8,836,686 


9,174,118 


8,118.609 


3,752.803 


3,815,030 


4,170,397 


3,405,344 


2,313,325 


2,087,741 


1,569,403 


1.672,374 


1,753,780 


3,973,058 


3,893,163 


4,178.913 


1,303,838 


2,048,697 


2,007,433 


516,851 


319,793 


201,416 


198.385 


199,215 


204.5.32 


19,942,511 


18,215.442 


17.505,247 


1,276,587 


1,993,303 


3,547,914 


2,010,966 


3,073.430 


3,061,473 


3,983,272 


7,008,602 


4,581,355 


11,176.332 


8,690,277 


8,934.291 


36,292,058 


32,574,891 


39,653,792 


11,117,512,629 


$991,090,978 


$1,025,751,538 



RECAPITULATION OF EXPORTS AND IMPORTS. 





1905. 


1904. 


1903. 


1902. 


ITTfnnrtq ctt domesitic merchandise 


$1,491,744,695 
26,817,025 


$1,435,171,251 
25,696,934 


$1,392,231,637 
27,906,377 


$1,355 481 861 


■R-T-nnrt*: nf fnTAiffn infirchaiid.ise 


26,237,640 




Total pxnorts of merchandise 


1,518,561,720 
1,117,5]2,6£9 


1,460,868,185 
991,090,978 


1,420,138,014 
1,025,751,538 


1,381,719,401 
903,327.071 






Excess of exports over imports of mdse. . . - 


401,049.091 


469,777,^)7 


394,386,476 


478,392,330 


Coin and BCLiiiON Movement. 
ExDorts of domestic coin and bullion 


121,790,278 
15,415,7^6 


116,409,472 
5,696,881 


84,389,042 
6,569,102 


92,469,467 
4,7!-5,375 


BxDorts of t'oreisn coin and bullion 




Total exDorts 


137,306,064 
56.106,935 


122,106,353 
87,324,501 


90,958,144 
34,880,095 


97,254,842 
38,387,276 


Imnorts of coin and bullion ... 




Excess of imports, coin and bullion 




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Bxcess of exDorts. coin and bullion 


81,099,129 
401,049,091 


34,781,852 
469,777,207 


56,078,049 
394,386,476 


58,867,572 
• 478,.392,330 


Excess of exports over imports of mdse — 


Balance in favor of the United States 


482,148,^0 


504..559,059 


450,464,525 


537,259,903 



Note.— Total value of dutiable merchandise $600,076,277 

Total value of merchandise free of duty 517,436,353 



Total value of imports of merchandise . 



Brought in cars and other land vehicles 78,649,462 

Brought in American vessels, steam 151,545,512 

sail 9.185.375 

Brought in foreign vessels, steam 857.337.779 

sail 20,794,501 



$1,117,513,629 



239,380,349 



Total. 



878,133,280 
$1,117,512,629 



152 
EXPORTS OF BREADSTUFFS TO EUROPE. 

The following statement exhibits the total exports of flour, wheat, corn and rye from 
the United States to Europe, annually, since 1S56 (calculations being made for the 
years ended August 31 to 1869, and since that date for tfie years ended June SO): 



1*56 

185T 

1858 

1859 

1860 

1861 

1^62 

1863 

1864 

1865 

1866 

1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1873 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

18T8 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1883 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1893 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 



Flour. Bkls. 



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Gt. Br'n 

and 
Ireland. 



1.641,265 

849,600 

1,395,430 

106.457 

717,156 

2,561.661 

•2,672,515 

1.479,413 

1,241,804 

170,109 

147,568 

179,990 

539,494 

407,082 

1,188,951 

1,337,624 

338,544 

531,801 

1,703,984 

1,231,334 

1,335,185 

918.283 

1,815,479 

2.629,665 

.5,645,953 

4,610,415 

3,389,909 

5,717,429 

5,583,843 

6.807,538 

4,914,783 

7,633.071 

8,070,490 

5,381,738 

7.423.988 

7,037,420 

!>,603,910 

10,361.860 

9,987,179 

S,857,539 

8.311,236 

8,256.630 

9,132,465 

10,333,360 

10,357,028 

10.854.573 

9.059,732 

9.8a5,386 

8,673.943 

•Z.iaoMu 



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Europe. 



To 

Gt. Britain 

and 

Ireland. 



748,408 

483.344 

303,100 

51.388 

49,343 

142,129 

626,672 

313,579 

100,511 

23,261 

4,285 

4.294 

78,975 

38,973 

57,053 

136,638 

15,315 

13,115 

139,682 

31,718 

51,581 

33.903 

49,936 

226,447 

134,478 

530,476 

187,601 

403.596 

349,978 

374,493 

133,066 

565.096 

460,607 

192,419 

218,973 

530.516 

1,285,747 

1,549,009 

1,853.156 

1,308,062 

990.6.55 

978,303 

1.476,322 

2,366,783 

2,408,941 

3,253,663 

3.767,236 

3,854,729 

l,8ti0,323 

945.439 



Wheat. Bu. 



7,956,406 
7,479,401 
6,,t55,643 
439,010 
4,738,714 
35,553,390 
23,754.709 
33.167,190 
16,493,523 
3,989,740 
1,521,310 
6,014,371 
12,992,609 
13.356,550 
27,787,609 
23,488,021 
19.017,411 
31,790,876 
51,833,278 
43,057,004 
42,256,652 
31,202,296 
54.664,732 
57,419,292 
79,068,075 
82,550,921 
65,600,583 
65,366,803 
44,761,690 
56,532,003 
34,936,241 
54.352,915 
41,332,300 
31.568,536 
38.340,523 
29.830.650 
67.393,960 
72.513.134 
.50.868,680 
54,373,341 
43,648,077 
,55,743,689 
80,163,805 
74,613,304 
02,774,870 
78,574,753 
77.544,418 
47,590,161 
23,.589,371 
3,907.153 



To 
Conti- 
nental 
Europe. 



To 

Gt.Britain 

and 

Ireland. 



3.610,079 

2,865,653 

390,428 

57,845 

178,031 

3,452,496 

7,617,472 

3,343,314 

333,819 

112,315 

68,111 

79,417 

378,453 

329,930 

2.069,339 

3,430,762 

3,667,327 

986,673 

10,333,726 

4,187,296 

7,254,646 

4.763,349 

11,567.214 

59,383,041 

65.756,763 

59,007,799 

25,452,924 

34,953,669 

59,594,213 

34,691,016 

13,735.074 

42,411,300 

19,324,838 

11,532,656 

10.829,047 

21,771,681 

84,416,357 

3S,522.108 

33,119.023 

17,420.682 

9,260,708 

11,769,751 

55,383.704 

.53.589,533 

34,330.886 

41,231,807 

62,794,566 

46.134,173 

16,6,55,844 

311.534 



Corn. Bu. 



6,731,161 

4,746,278 

3,317,803 
343,013 

2,331,857 

11,705,034 

1 4,084,168 

10,334,356 

717,434 

1,293,404 
13,908,358 
10.410,208 

9,121.449 

4,257,591 
40.900 

5,90.5,445 
2->,779,331 
29,334,759 
26,299,333 
23,387,367 
42,4,53,340 
55,466,435 
fS, 915,851 
64,.506.311 
55,635.347 
53,014,143 
2S, 664,934 

;;o.oio,67i 

2i),436,771 
32,398,606 
37,871,149 
21,365.983 
14,259,487 
41,096.727 
.54,601.034 
14,131,181 
3f),503.653 
17,124,238 
26,849,826 
15,363,975 
49,110,146 
75,489.129 
82,876,864 
68,607,317 
85,318.727 
79,844,84:i 
10,030,459 
32,266.062 
21,371,765 
33,138,794 



To 
Conti- 
nental 
Europe. 



283,083 

543.590 

16,848 

25,519 

19,358 

101,145 

333,074 

68,957 

13,369 

11,485 

41,803 

10,360 

73,104 

174,373 

42,807 

191.399 

973,679 

646,181 

1,659,437 

1,570,166 

1,906,614 

5.476.641 

9.841,174 

13,431,011 

33,565,597 

38,882,344 

9,009,774 

6,036,099 

6,441,012 

12,812,882 

17,963,971 

10,161,309 

4,973,753 

13,947.124 

34,692,002 

9,538,603 

33,087,524 

13,135,779 

2.1,308,753 

7.861,565 

39,746,702 

79,320,873 

98,923,947 

83,371,331 

107,301,058 

82,494,849 

10,471,977 

32,405,286 

25,555,770 

43,503,035 



Eye. Bu. 



To 
Gt, Br'n 

and 
Ireland. 



1,314 
312 



35,380 

301,314 

135,700 

297,769 

163,589 

63,961 

60,558 

61,301 



307 



450,566 

' moeg 

377,025 

50.447 

8,330 

267,559 

895.201 

1,072,369 

1,130,255 

679,889 

854,881 

650,567 

700,039 

409,644 



To 
Conti- 
nental 
Europe. 



1,975,178 

216,163 

13,100 



347,258 

1,612,92» 

435,205 

13,965 

97,539 

245,651 

160,086 

544,916 



756,842 

498,307 

1,530,469 

198,092 

510,856 

3,036,963 

3.751,430 

4,640,212 

2,595,867 

1,754,027 

907,686 

2,064,135 

5.287,644 

2,933,447 

195,094 

351,513 

5,983 

■l,676,77i 
308,607 

9,111,242 

876,886 

63,455 

675,738 
7.274,400 
13,916,634 
8,638,615 
1,578,535 
1,085,999 
1.871,364 
3,883,810 

251,214 



The total exports to all foreign countnes, of flour, wheat, corn, oats, rye and barley, as 
reported by the Bureau of Statistics at Washington, for the last seven years, 

ended June 30, icere as follows : 



Flour, brls.. 
Wheat, bu.. 
Corn, bu — 

Oats, bu 

Kye, bu 

Barley, bu.. 



1905. 



8.826.335 
4,394,402 

88,807,223 

5,479,308 

1,423 

10,661,655 



1904. 



16,999,433 
44,230,169 
55,858.965 
1,153,714 
765,108 
10,881,627 



1903. 



19,716.484 
114,181,420 

74,833,237 
4,613,809 
5,423.731 
8,429,141 



1902. 



17.759,203 

154.^6,102 

26.636,553 

9.971,139 

3.697,863 

8.714,268 



1901. 



18,650,979 

132,060,667 

177,817.965 

37,146,812 

2,326,883 

6,393,207 



1900. 



18,699,194 
101.950,389 
309.348.384 

41.369.415 
2,355,792 

23,661,663 



1899. 



18,485.690 

139,433,815 

174,089,094 

30,309,778 

10,140,866 

3,367,403 



I,: 



153 



EXPORTS OF FLOUR, WHEAT AND CORN. 



From the jprominent Atlantic and Gulf ports of the United States vdth their principal 
destinations, reported weekly during the year 1905. 

(Compiled by Wm. H. Trafton.) 







Flour, Bbls. 


-' 


To 
Great 
Britain 


To 
conti- 
nental 
Europe 


To 
all other 
coun- 
tries 


Jan 


7 


78.400 


17,100 


16.600 




14 


33,100 


23,400 


61.200 




21 


77,800 


25,500 


57.600 




28 


82,800 


3,400 


43,200 


Feb 


4 


34,300 


28,500 


46,000 




11 


58.500 


5,100 


41,700 





18 


65,200 


7.800 


28,000 





25 


79,100 


12,900 


46,800 


March . . 


4 


53,000 


25,90(1 


46,000 




11 


52,700 


13,900 


55,900 


.... 


18 


73,100 


25.800 


39,800 




25 


65,600 


29,700 


36,200 


April.... 


1 


39,400 


10,800 


68,600 


.... 


8 


63,900 


7,800 


57,700 





15 


33,100 


44,300 


76,100 





22 


93,700 


3.500 


82.500 


.... 


29 


60,900 


21,100 


20.700 


May — 


6 


24,700 


26,100 


62,600 





13 


55,300 


20,000 


36.300 





20 


37,400 


66,000 


61,800 




27 


44,eoo 


19,300 


51,100 


June.... 


3 


34,600 


7,300 


63,400 




10 


55,0(.I0 


37,500 


55,700 





17 


24,400 


5,000 


47,900 




24 


46.400 


4,600 


32,600 


July.... 


1 


33,700 


30,000 


40,000 





8 


44,300 


8,900 


56,100 


.... 


15 


25,500 


25,800 


56,000 





92 


44,900 


19,000 


47,900 




29 


19,400 


5,700 


43,300 


August. 


5 


36,100 


16,900 


43.000 


.... 


12 


23,000 


19.000 


40.600 




19 


69,8(0 


26,900 


58,600 




26 


55,700 


31,100 


43,700 


Sept .... 


.:> 


89.000 


22,200 


59,200 





9 


116,900 


15,500 


23,300 




16 


64.600 


53,300 


52,700 


.... 


23 


162,600 


32,200 


32,700 





30 


99,5U0 


48,100 


70,900 


Oct 


7 


117,000 


42,600 


88.700 


.... 


14 


141,900 


33,700 


62,800 





21 


193,200 


48,300 


50,700 





28 


136,100 


57,800 


5],8ei0 


Nov 


4 


143,200 


45,200 


84.300 




11 


172,600 


54,000 


62.200 





18 


154,300 


75,200 


44,900 





25 


113,500 


48,300 


68.300 


Dec 


o 


93,100 


38,500 


59.400 




9 


203,900 


34,200 


97.700 





16 


86,500 


39,900 


88.100 


.... 


23 


203,000 


58,800 


60.200 


.... 


30 
1905 


212,400 


63,000 


31.500 


Totals... 


4,221,900 


1,486,400 


2,743,400 


* . . . 


1904 


5,358,300 


1,526,600 


2.977,400 


. . * . 


1903 


10,744,800 


2,609,800 


3,534,600 


. . . . 


1902 


9,326,100 


2,450,900 


3,254,900 


• . . . 


1901 


11,036,500 


2,587.800 


2,860.100 


. . . . 


1900 


10,588.600 


2,319,300 


3,443,700 


— 


1899 


11,189.800 


2,397.900 


3.153.600 



Wheat, Bu. 



To 

Great 

Britain 



230,000 

215,000 

300,000 

112,000 

233,000 

74,000 

173,000 

120,000 

402,000 

167,000 

272,000 

40.000 

328,000 

187,000 

184,000 

64.000 

53,000 

104,000 

48,000 

460.000 

518,000 

322,000 

385,000 

501,000 

188,000 

271,000 

304,000 

264,000 

262,000 

207,000 

197,000 

69,000 

352,000 

308.000 

548,000 

300,000 

274,000 

252.0tK) 

407,000 

414,000 

660,000 

1,298,000 

1,388,000 

1.293.000 

l,46i;000 

1.440,000 

1,260,000 

978,000 

657.000 

831,000 

1,373,000 

927,000 



23,649,000 
19,647,000 
56,370,000 
74,538,000 
72,034,000 
56,143,000 
60,614.000 



To 
conti- 
nental 
Europe 



To 
all other 
coun- 
tries 



64,000 
56,000 
98,000 
40,00Ci 



16,000 
■34',666 



64,000 



20,000 
40,000 



4,000 



4,000 

76,000 

109,000 

21,000 

31,000 

8,000 
20,00u 



38,000 
84,0ti0 
175,000 
91,000 
120,000 
150,000 
134,000 
153,000 
156,000 
168,000 
595,001' 
290,000 
396.0tO 
536,000 
532,000 
345,000 
520,0ai 
433,000 
288,000 
772,000 
694,000 
174,000 
760,000 
705,000 



8,984,000 
6,378,000 
34,802,000 
48,531,000 
75,871,000 
25,869.000 
44.096,000 



2,000 



3,000 

1,000 

11,00*' 

7.000 
19,000 



31,000 



169,000 



243,000 

95,000 

1,158.000 

1,382,000 

495,000 

790,000 

473.000 



Corn, Bit. 



To 

Great 

Britain 



1.639,000 

2.129,000 

2,387,000 

1,758,000 

1,482,000 

1,064,000 

1,633,000 

1,344,000 

1.313,000 

560,000 

1,283,000 

596,000 

1,610,000 

1,016,000 

906,000 

937,000 

1,244,000 

716,000 

1,330,000 

871,000 

666,000 

349,000 

657,000 

514,000 

684,000 

432,000 

400,000 

310,000 

262,000 

546,000 

536,000 

462,000 

654,000 

778,000 

694,000 

737,00(i 

811,000 

898,000 

596,000 

335,000 

423,000 

403,000 

297,000 

507,000 

410,000 

596,000 

781,000 

1,066,000 

989,000 

1,969,000 

1,421.000 

2,760,000 



To 
conti- 
nental 
Europe 



1,737,000 

1,683,000 

1,006,000 

2,259,000 

3,038.000 

1,144,000 

2,898,000 

3,981.000 

2,021,000 

1,346,000 

2,252,000 

1,365,000 

2,391,000 

1,592,000 

1,397.000 

1,400,000 

1.056,000 

1,048,000 

591,000 

389,000 

413,000 

297,000 

468.000 

143,000 

444,000 

644,000 

439,000 

717.000 

544,000 

259,000 

667,000 

570.000 

399,00t) 

372,000 

730,000 

319,000 

515,000 

539,000 

327,000 

522,000 

333,000 

222,000 

552,000 

458.000 

383,000 

465,000 

350,000 

1.175,000 

962,000 

1.849.000 

2,635,000 

3,458,000 



48,661,000 
21,286,000 
42,8, 1,000 
6,020,000 
49,631,000 
91,413.000 
91.374:000 



54,663,000 
20,522,000 
44,137,000 
6.250.000 
47,556,000 
93.059,000 
103,980.000 



To all 
other 
coun- 
tries 



42,000 
39,000 
73,000 
33,000 
66,000 
30,000 
55,000 
51.000 
40.000 
46,000 
40,000 
49,000 

136.000 
65,000 
84.000 

127,000 
18.000 
58,000 

109,000 
52,000 
52,000 
47,000 
71,000 
53.000 
62,000 
72.000 
42,000 
70,000 
42,000 
41,000 
49,000 
37,000 
50.000 
48,000 
28,000 
41,000 
41,000 
22,000 
30.000 
46,000 
50.000 
46,000 
72,000 
47,000 
52.000 
93,000 
47,000 
31,000 
80,000 
66,000 
56,000 
34.000 



2,821, OfiO 
1,966,000 
4,071,000 
1,590,000 
3,010.000 
3.446,000 
2.596.000 



154 



EXPORTS OF FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS 

From the principal Atlantic and Gulf ports, as reported weekly during 1905. 

(Compiled by Wm. H. Trafton.) 







Jau . . . 


7 




14 




21 




28 


Feb .... 


4 




11 




18 




25 


March. . 


4 




11 




18 




25 


April . . 


1 




8 




15 




•)0 








29 


May.... 


6 




13 




20 




27 


June . . . 


3 




10 




17 




21 


July.... 


1 




H 




15 




32 




2!) 


August. 







12 




19 




2() 


Sept .... 


2 




!5 




16 




23 




30 


Oct 


7 




14 




21 




28 


Nov 


4 




11 




18 




25 


Dec 


9 




9 




16 




23 




30 


Totals 1905 




1904 




1903 





Flour 
Brls. 



112,100 
117,700 
160,900 
129,400 
108,800 
105,300 
101,000 
138,800 
124,900 
122,500 
138,700 
i:30,500 
1 18,800 
139,400 
152,500 
179,700 
102,700 
113,400 
101,600 
165,200 
115,200 
105,300 
148,200 
77,300 
83,600 
103,700 
109,300 
107,300 
111,800 
68.400 
96,000 
82,600 
155.300 
130,500 
170,400 
155,700 
170.600 
227,500 
318,500 
248,300 
338.400 
292.200 
245,700 
272,700 
288,800 
274,400 
249,900 
191,000 
335,800 
314,500 
323,000 
306,900 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



8,471,700 

9,862,300 

16.879.200 



294,000 

271,000 

398,000 

152,000 

223.000 

74,000 

189,000 

120.000 

402.00(1 

191,000 

372,000 

40,000 

328,000 

251,000 

184,000 

84,000 

93.000 

104,000 

53,000 

460,000 

532,000 

338,000 

494,000 

522.000 

219,000 

381,000 

324.000 

264,000 

290.000 

291.000 

372,000 

160,000 

472,000 

458.000 

667.000 

453,000 

43'J,000 

420,000 

1,002,000 

704.000 

1.059,000 

1.835,000 

1.931,000 

1.644,000 

2,000,000 

1,873,000 

1,548,000 

1781,000 

1,351.000 

995,000 

2.302.000 

1,632,000 



33,876.000 
26,130,000 
92,230,000 



Corn. 
Bu. 



3,418,000 

3,851,000 

3,466.000 

4,050,000 

4,586,000 

2,328,000 

4,586,000 

4,276,000 

3,374,000 

1,953,000 

3.575,000 

3,010,000 

4,137,000 

3,673,000 

2,237,000 

2,464,000 

2,318,000 

1,823,000 

2.030.000 

1.312.000 

1,131,000 

693.000 

1,196.000 

709,000 

1,190,000 

1.148,000 

881,000 

1,097,000 

848,000 

846,000 

1,252.000 

1,069,000 

1,103,000 

1.198,000 

1,452.000 

1,097,000 

1.367,000 

1,459,000 

953,000 

903,000 

806,000 

671,000 

921,000 

1,012,000 

845,000 

1.154,000 

1,178,000 

2.372,000 

2,031.000 

3,884,000 

4,112.000 

5,252,000 



106,145,000 
43.774,000 
91,079,000 



Oats. 
Bu. 



13,000 

17,000 

64,000 

7,000 

10,000 

11,000 

36,000 

17,000 

6,000 

18,000 

8,000 

7,000 

14,000 

17,000 

12,000 

59.000 

10,000 

77.000 

15,000 

134,000 

249,000 

362,000 

503,000 

396,000 

386,000 

77,000 

137,000 

88,000 

12,000 

21.000 

23,000 

46,000 

107.000 

220,000 

815,000 

1,067,000 

1,137,000 

1,189,000 

1,112,000 

1.372,000 

1,464.000 

814,000 

894,000 

954,000 

2,450,000 

1.437,000 

1,175.000 

747.000 

2,538,000 

966,000 

1,056,000 

489,000 



24,845.000 
2,948,000 
5.772.000 



Rye. 
Bu. 



Barley. 
Bu. 



17.000 



84.000 

20,000 

100.000 

73 000 

43,000 

14.000 

30.000 

17.000 

8.000 

8,000 

9,000 



4.000 



427.000 

160.000 

3.450,000 



91,000 

158,000 

159,000 

38,000 

106,000 

171,000 

71,000 

46,000 

91,000 

64,000 

256,000 

90,000 

49.000 

137,000 

47.000 

82,000 

59,000 



32,000 
146,000 
242,000 
310,000 
100,000 

70,000 
105,000 

67,000 

35,000 

' m,m 

67,000 

65,000 

82,000 

79,000 

50,000 

29,000 

135,000 

196,000 

303,000 

378,000 

392,000 

456,000 

521,000 

513,000 

433,000 

467,000 

550,000 

632,000 

570,000 

352,000 

493,000 

167.000 



9,806,000 
4,248,000 
1.268 000 



Pork. 
Brls. 



2,640 
2,660 
2,520 
3.390 
2,790 
3,370 
2,400 
5,080 
2,590 
5,510 
2,450 
3,150 
2,700 
2,810 
2,680 
5,657 
1,583 
4,943 
1,386 
3,037 
3,524 
2,175 
3,843 
2,690 
2,123 
2,175 
3,618 
4,330 
3,055 
2,711 
2.010 
3,530 
3,087 
1,944 
3,355 
1,151 
3,330 
2,770 
3.050 
3,780 
1,800 
1.570 
2,460 
2,860 
3,479 
1,978 
2,640 
3,510 
5,730 
3,900 
3.840 
2,830 



153,123 
137.180 
137,110 



Lard. 
Lbs. 



11,111,000 
12,125,000 
18,847,000 
12,324,000 

9,195,000 
13,030,000 
11,285,000 
17,074,000 
14,078,000 
11,366,000 
13,715,000 
17,925,000 
12,545,000 
15,640,000 
16,301,000 

9,318,000 

9,901,000 
14,931,000 

6,183,000 
10,566,000 
11,486,000 

8,005,000 
15,861,000 

9,586,000 
10,505,000 
14,374.000 
10,407,000 

9,544,000 
12,913,000 
10.710.000 
12,176,000 

8,684.000 
13,459,000 

9,356,000 
13,615,000 

8,099,000 
11,531.000 
15,283,000 
11,603.000 
13,798,000 
18,495,000 
13,084,000 
11,389,000 

9,973,000 
14,564,000 
15,394,000 
11,263,000 
16,163,000 
16,358,000 
16,147,000 
19,736,000 
12,632,000 



Meats. 
Bxs. 



659.432,000 

564,717,000 
566,582,000 



26,277 
23,638 
26,354 
26,075 
24,950 
25,703 
24,299 
17,872 
30,383 
19,887 
24,332 
20,379 
23,015 
23,836 
20,860 
22,025 
23,825 
30,413 
18,160 
28.194 
28,396 
30,562 
28,985 
27,470 
25.891 
33,358 
26,164 
26,554 
30,048 
23,253 
26,825 
25,978 
37,611 
36,898 
24,169 
22,264 
20,353 
18,194 
13,634 
23,072 
18,051 
18,693 
13,667 
16,036 
23,807 
35,148 
25,150 
18,788 
27,739 
23,247 
30.612 
20.100 



1,228.081 
1,155,593 
1,113,609 



155 



EXPORTS OF FLOUR IN 1906. 

From the principal Atlantic and Gulf ports, as reported weekly from the several 

ports named. 

(Compiled by Wm. H. Trafton.) 







From 


From 

Boston. 

Brls. 


From 


From 


From 


From 
New 
Or- 
leans. 
Brls. 


From 
Montreal 


From 


From 








New 


Port- 


Phila- 


Balti- 


St.John 


Newport 


•Other 


Totals. 






York. 


land. 


delphia. 


more. 


and 


News. 


Ports. 


Brls. 






Brls. 

24,400 


Brls. 


Brls. 


Brls. 


Quebec. 
Brls. 


Brls. 


Brls. 




Jan 


7 


8,800 




2'i,900 


32,800 


8,H00 


2,800 


11,800 




112,100 


. • ■ ■ 


14 


66,400 


7,700 


"2! 166 


36,300 


1,400 


6.700 


5,600 




■i!566 


117,700 


. . , . 


31 


59,900 


1.400 


12.700 


45,400 


18,300 


4,000 


17,900 


'"moo" 


1,900 


160,900 


.... 


28 


43,400 


11.600 


1,400 


13,600 


31,000 


1,600 


1,900 


33,300 


1,700 


129,400 


Feb . . . 


4 


41,300 


2,000 


2,900 


200 


33,200 


10,000 


1,100 


27.800 


1,300 


108,800 


.... 


11 


39,400 


2,000 


4.100 


34,700 


1,500 


2,500 


3,700 


36,300 


2,200 


105,300 




18 


24.500 


1,900 
3,400 


5 400 


33,100 
31,700 


400 


5,900 
6,800 


26,800 
13,900 




3,000 
600 


101000 




25 


49,000 


'400 


24.400 


■ ■ ■ 9,666" 


138,300 


Mar!!! 


4 


37,900 


1 600 


2 600 


34,300 
14,000 


29 900 


9,000 
3,500 


6,200 
23,500 




3,400 


124,900 
122,500 




11 


55,400 


4^000 


i;700 


eieoo 


■"■■14,866' 




18 


32,800 


6,100 


1,200 


18,500 


33,500 


13,600 


17,300 


15,000 


■■■766 


138,700 




25 


39,400 


2,400 


4,400 


20,100 


as, 400 


4,900 


3,000 


20,800 


2,100 


130,500 


April.. 


1 


78,500 
55,300 


7,300 
1,300 


1,600 
500 


8500 


9500 


4,400 
11,500 


7,000 




2,000 


118,800 
129.400 


8 


29,700 


9;iOO 


18,000 


■ " " 3,i66' 


900 


. . , . 


l^ 


78,900 


3,000 


1,000 


36,300 


21,800 


4,200 


2,900 


900 


3.600 


152,500 




Oi) 


77,900 
21,700 


18,700 
6,500 


2,500 


.55,000 


8,000 
15,600 


7,500 


7,300 
33,800 




2,800 


179 700 


! ! ! ! 


29 




12.300 


3,100 


""'8,m 


1,600 


102,700 


May... 


6 


52,300 


10,300 




16,500 


14,300 


15,600 


700 


300 


3,500 


113,400 


.... 


13 


19,600 


2.700 




48,700 


11,400 


2,600 


1,000 


6,400 


9,200 


101,600 




20 


51,000 


3,500 


■ i,'566 


1.300 


2,700 


14,500 


12,000 


15.700 


64,000 


165,200 






43.900 


10,300 




21,300 


10,000 


7,600 


12,400 


5,800 


3,900 


115.200 


June . . 


3 


46.800 


1,000 


■■"266 


11,800 


6,200 


4,100 


26,700 


1,800 


6,700 


105,300 




10 


53,900 
40,200 


2,600 




43,000 
5,900 


29,700 


2 400 


15,200 
9,300 




1,400 


148,200 




i: 


6,000 




2,700 


9.200 


""2.366' 


1,700 


77,.300 




24 


29,400 


4,600 


""266 


7,900 


1.300 


10,000 


9,500 


17,300 


3,400 


83,600 


July!! 


1 


36,700 


13,000 




18,400 


3,400 


8,700 


11,800 


4,500 


8,200 


103,700 




8 


48,400 


6,900 


' ' '366 


8,400 


22,300 


3,600 


14,700 


3.000 


1.700 


109,300 




1.5 


55,800 


1,300 




20,800 


700 


7,100 


14,100 


5,700 


1,800 


107,300 


.... 


22 


51,100 


13,800 




8,500 


6,400 


6,300 


19.300 


1.400 


5,000 


111,800 


.... 


29 


41,900 


3,000 




5.500 


2,500 


4,800 


8,:i00 


1,300 


1.100 


68,400 


Auf? ... 


5 


43,700 


2 100 




13,200 


6,700 


1 600 


26 300 




2.500 


96,000 


^ o • . . 


12 


46,600 


1,300 




1,700 


12,400 


5,300 


8,600 


" " 4!666" 


2,100 


83,800 


a ■ - 


19 


74,700 


15.100 




18,500 


2.400 


8,600 


12,700 


16,100 


7,200 


155,300 




26 


56.200 


10,800 




30,500 


12.600 


2,600 


18,200 




1,600 


130,500 


Sept!!! 


O 


83,200 


16.600 




28,000 


3,200 


13,600 


13.400 


6,900 


5,500 


170,400 


.... 


9 


38,000 


4,600 




6,900 


65,700 


7,700 


9.7l'0 


23,100 




155,700 





16 


70,500 


8,600 
40,400 


"466 


46,100 


9,500 
33,000 


6,900 
42.700 


19 400 




9,266 


170,600 




23 


47.500 


500 


35,600 


7.800 


■ 13,666" 


8,000 


237,500 


Oct!".'." 


30 


82,900 


18,800 


700 


21,800 


62,100 


6.900 


13.700 


3,100 


9,500 


218,500 


.... 


7 


85,800 


20,400 


1.500 


23,800 


43,600 


3,600 


44,000 


21,000 


4,600 


248,300 


. ■ . • 


14 


75,700 


16.600 


5:600 


33,900 


48,600 


7.900 


16,500 


31,000 


3,600 


238,400 




21 


96,500 


17,800 


3,500 


43,700 


40,900 


37,300 


33.500 


26,100 


3,900 


292,200 




28 


76,000 


39.300 




13,800 


80,600 


17,700 


13,400 

37,600 




15,000 
25,100 


245,700 


Nov.!!! 


4 


114,200 


7,400 


"l',766 


32,000 


26,400 


14,600 


"■■33,766" 


272,700 




11 


70,200 


9,300 


... . 


53,800 


65.600 


37,800 


45,500 


200 


6,400 


288,800 




18 


67,300 


29,400 


600 


76,400 


41,000 


18,600 


18,000 


10.500 


12,000 


274,400 


.... 


25 


104,200 


34.800 


3,400 


20,100 


22.400 


11.600 


32,600 


13,100 


8,700 


249,900 


Dec... 


2 


28,900 


3,800 


3,700 


29,000 


23.200 


27,300 


40,300 


11,500 


33,400 


191,000 


.... 


9 


133,000 


28,500 


3,800 


59,900 


54,800 


13,500 


8,700 


31,500 


3.100 


335,800 




16 


135,500 


5,900 


10,500 


24.800 


19,500 


6.500 


5,100 


2,800 


3,900 


214,500 


.... 


23 


82,900 


25,000 


17.500 


63.200 


18,200 


81,100 


11,300 


3,900 


19,000 


3^2,000 


... 


30 
1905 


56,900 


16,500 


10,100 


76.800 


53,700 


24,000 


17,500 


28,500 


23,900 


306,900 


Totals. 


3,067,500 


538,600 


108,200 


1,387.000 


1,145,000 


600,600 


777,300 


517,800 


339,700 


8.471,700 





1904 


3,281,900 


890,700 


182,400 


1,403,300 


1.420,300 


733,500 


1,122,400 


611,000 


428,800 


9.862,300 


. . . . 


1903 


4,794,400 


889,000 


345,100 


2,867,600 


3,398,600 


1,410,300 


1,454,300 


925,600 


794,300 


16,879,200 


. . . . 


1902 


4,698,600 


890,000 


338,300 


3.672,400 


2,980,500 


541,900 


1,047,300 


1,613,600 


359,300 


15.031,900 


. . . . 


1901 


4,350,400 


1,462.700 


484,700 


2,694,800 


3,245,500 


638,100 


764,900 


2,229,500 


619,800 


16,484,400 


• . .. 


1900 


5,175,800 


1,641,300 


345,000 


2,459,500 


3,011,300 


405,900 


571,900 


3,217,000 


523,900 


16,351,600 




1899 


4,806,900 


1.604.800 


479,300 


2.268,700 


3,432,000 


447.200 


1.417,300 


1,663.700 


621.400 


16,741.300 



* Includes Norfolk. Pensacola, Galveston, Mobile, Charleston and Port Arthur. 



156 



EXPORTS OF WHEAT IN 1905. 

From principal ports, as reported weekly from the several ports named. 

(Compiled by Wm. H. Trafton.> 



Jan . 


„ 




14 




21 




28 


B^eb.. 


4 




11 


.. 


18 


.. 


25 


Mar. 


4 




11 




18 


. 


25 


April 


1 


, , 


8 




15 




22 




29 


May. 


ti 


• • 


13 

Oil 




07 






fune 


:i 




10 




17 




24 


luly. 


1 




8 


, , 


15 




'>•< 




2SI 


Vug. 







1:^ 




1!» 




2H 


Sept. 







li 


.. 


If. 


, , 


23 




•di) 


Oct.. 


7 




14 


, , 


21 




2X 


Sov.. 


4 


.. 


l! 




IS 










Dec. 


•> 




il 


.. 


1« 


.. 


23 




30 



To'ls 19l!5 
1904 
1903 
1902 
1901 
1900 
1899 



Prom 

New 

York. 

Bu. 



88.1100 

40.000 

106,000 

40,000 



11,000 
36.000 
24,000 
92,000 
58.000 
83,000 
16.000 
149,000 
61,000 
32,000 
20,000 



8,000 

4,000 

39,000 

4,000 

8,000 

64,000 

37,000 

18,000 

14,000 



27,000 



24,000 



16,000 
24,000 
61,000 

s.ooo 
i09,oa) 

24,000 

16,000 

136,000 

67,000 

63,000 

552,000 

429,000 

394,000 

238,000 

330,000 

515,000 

578.000 

224,000 

735,000 

433,000 



6,055 OOu 
1,772.000 
15,154,000 
28.809,0it0 
30,282,000 
21.905.000 
32.006.0<Xt 



From 

Boston. 

Bu. 



57.000 
41,000 
24.000 



55,000 
23,000 



16,000 

119,000 

64,000 

12,000 



16,000 
66,000 

88,000 
48,000 



96,000 
16,000 
48,000 
72,000 
30,000 
75,0; :0 
10,000 
55,000 



48,000 



24,000 
20,0;(1 



32,00.1 



48,000 
146,000 
168,000 
557,000 
292,000 
506,000 
272,000 
394,000 
209,000 
196,0CO 
352,000 
343,0(X) 
206,000 



4,844,000 

2,761,000 

6,923.000 

15,307,000 

20,253,000 

2.230.CHX) 

12.684,0(10 



From 

Portland 

Montreal 

Quebec 

Halifax 

and 

St. John 

Bu. 



149,000 
19O,0W) 
268,000 
112,000 
168,000 

40,000 
153,00(^1 

80.0C* 
191,000 

69,000 
177,000 

24.000 
163,000 
124,0(10 

64,000 

16,000 

93,000 



32,000 
373,000 
446.000 
360,000 
355,000 
475,000 
146,000 
265,000 
276.000 
264.000 
179.000 
203,000 
140,000 

88,000 
216,000 
156.00;) 
272,000 
341,000 
213,000 
276,000 
222,000 
334,000 
498.000 
1,211,000 
650,000 
740,000 
687,000 
906,000 
652,000 
560,0(,M 
400,000 
363,000 
737,000 
338,000 



15.455,000 
13.997,000 
29,667,000 
.30.941,000 
23.763,000 
18,246,000 
17.2:26.000 



From 
Phila- 
delphia. 
Bu. 



56,0(JO 



120,000 
48,000 
64,000 
16,000 
48,000 



60,000 

"16,600 
96,000 
16,000 
28,000 
56,000 
64,0-.;! I 
76,00(1 



16,000 
105,000 
272,000 



1,157.000 
454,000 

3,447,000 
10,350,000 
11.400,000 

5.451,000 

4 292.000 



From 
Balti- 
more. 
Bu. 



60,000 

68,000 

152,000 

72,000 

120,000 

206,001 • 

214,000 

88.000 

16,000 

40,0((i 

60,000 



56,0f(i 
103,0( 

61,0011 
126,000 
112,000 



233,00(1 
113,000 

32,00.1 
65,0Ciii 
23,0(.o 



2,020,000 
298,000 

3,217,000 
10,343,000 
19.254,000 

4.61S.0OO 
10.112.000 



From 

New 

Orleans. 

Bu. 



;.0{'0 



44,000 

80,00.. 



32,000 

83.00(1 

104,00.: 



20,00.1 

60.00(t 

8,000 

1,00; I 

16,000 

'49;6c6' 

88,00<t 



587,000 
2,603,000 
13,566,000 
14,158,000 
21,392,000 
7.862.000 
12,164,000 



From 
Norfolk 

and 

Newport 

News. 

Bu. 



From 
Galves- 
ton. 
Bu. 



♦From 

Other 

Ports. 

Bu. 



24,0(10 
24,000 



48,000 

96.000 

11,000 

372,000 

5,724.000 

5,49aO0O 

1.628,000 

771.000 



644,000 

154,000 

249,000 

89,000 

53,000 

94,000 

211,000 

221,000 

88,000 

263,000 

48,000 

8.000 

268;000 

224,000 



2,614.000 
3.456.000 
18,710,000 
10.231,000 
15.870.000 
10.740.000 
15.117,000 



48.000 



48,000 
768,000 
1,174,000 . 
588,000 
743.000 
122,000 
811,000 



Totals. 
Bu. 



294,000 

271,000 

398,000 

152.000 

223,000 

74,000 

189,000 

120,000 

402.000 

191.000 

272,000 

40.000 

328;000 

251,000 

184,000 

84,000 

93,000 

104.000 

52,000 

460,000 

522.000 

398,000 

494,000 

522,000 

219.000 

281,000 

324,000 

264,000 

290,000 

291,000 

372,000 

160,000 

472,000 

458,000 

667,000 

453,000 

430.000 

420,000 

1.002,000 

704,000 

1.059,000 

1,835,000 

1,931,000 

1,644.000 

2.000,000 

1,873,000 

1,548.000 

1,781,000 

1,351,000 

995,000 

2.302.C00 

1.632,000 



32,876,000 

26,120,000 

92,230,000 

124,451,000 

148,450,000 

82,802.000 

lft5,1 83.000 



Includes Charleston, Pensacola, Mobile and Port Arthur. 



157 



EXPORTS OF CORN IN 1905. 

From the principal Atlantic and Gulf ports of the United States, as reported weekly from 

the several ports named. 

(Compiled by Wm. H. Traf ton.) 



14 

m 

■zs 

4 
11 
18 
25 

4 
11 
18 
23 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 

oo 
29 
5 
12 
19 

26 
2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

<7 

i 

14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

i.l905 
.1904 
.1903 
.1'.02 
.1901 
.1900 
.1899 



From 

New 

York. 

Bu. 



.131,000 
441,000 
683,000 
6.53,000 
636,000 
407,000 
,077,000 
765,000 
625,000 
447,000 
534,000 
677,000 
879,000 
930,000 
415,000 
763,000 
771,000 
859,000 
590,000 
415,000 
362,000 
307,000 
533,000 
213,000 
516,000 
477,000 
402,000 
710,000 
431,000 
475,000 
623,000 
537,000 
341,000 
219,000 
667,000 
408.000 
587,000 
400,000 
349,000 
452,000 
352,000 
291,000 
474,000 
433,000 
360,000 
371,000 
300,000 
422,000 
338.000 
505,000 
675,000 
500,000 



27,638,000 
9,807,000 
21,840,000 
2,918,000 
23.749,000 
43,256,000 
39,683,000 



From 

Boston. 

Bu. 



386,000 
389,000 
341,000 
153,000 
362,000 
214,000 
251.000 
380,000 
350,000 
325,000 
343,000 

94,000 
486,000 
218,000 
186,000 
394,000 
557,000 
241,000 
608.000 
187,000 
154,000 
135,000 
117,000 
336,000 
161,000 
141,000 

98,000 



75,000 

135,000 

148,000 

125.000 

172,000 

170,000 

295,000 

334,000 

395,000 

406,000 

2.50.000 

218.000 

179,000 

34,000 

46,000 

60,000 

16.000 

52,000 

9,000 

138,000 

82,000 

145,000 

52,000 

96.000 



10.934 000 
4,264,000 
7,118,000 
779,000 
11,058,000 
14,093,000 
17.424,000 



From 
Phila- 
delphia. 
Bu. 



351.000 

369.000 

368,000 

75,000 

91.000 

87,000 

321,000 

310.000 

34,000 

249,000 

60,000 

1S5,000 

214,000 

;w9,ooo 

214,000 

121,000 

180,000 

198,000 

103,000 

60,000 

85,000 

76.000 

34.000 



102,000 

171,000 

43,000 

69,000 

18,000 

48,000 

52,000 

138,000 

128,000 

189,000 

120,000 

43.000 

103.000 

156,000 

94.000 

94,000 

36,000 

112,000 

77,000 

60,000 

95,000 

43,000 

189,000 

95.000 

300;000 

378,000 

249,000 

903.000 



8,063,000 
5,908,000 
10,491,000 
3,045,000 
16,355,000 
33,364.000 
39,231,000 



From 
Balti- 
more. 
Bu. 



329,000 

523,000 

377,000 

935,000 

265,000 

351.000 

245.000 

398,000 

292,000 

479,000 

405,000 

87,000 

635,000 

343,000 

433,000 

489,000 

182,000 

336.000 

1.57,000 

170,000 

44.000 

87.000 

87,000 

69,000 

69,000 

113,000 



63,000 
96,000 
14,000 

112.000 
51,000 
73,000 

104,000 
72,000 
78,000 
34,000 

175,000 
26,000 
51,000 
71,000 

130.000 
69.000 

111,000 
4,000 

308,000 
44,000 

827.000 

418,000 
1.417,000 
1,411,000 
1,318,000 



14,954,000 
8,474,000 
19,461,000 
3,844,000 
25,370,000 
42,U8,000 
46002,000 



From 

New 

Orleans. 

Bu. 



689.000 

967,000 

1,196,000 

1.309,000 

2,4.54,000 

635,000 

1.. 567.000 

1,783.000 

879;000 

2,000 

1,705,000 

641,000 

1.171.000 

708,000 

479,000 

260,000 

93,000 

21,000 

115,000 

89,000 

7,000 

15.000 

17,000 

18,000 

15,000 

28,000 

9,000 

21.000 

22,000 

5,000 

18,000 

4,000 

9,000 

5,000 

4,000 

6,000 

7,000 

54,000 

2,000 

4,000 

4.000 

69,000 

73,000 

140,000 

49,000 

88,000 

118,000 

179,000 

281,000 

715,000 

587,000 

1,075,000 



20,410,000 
5,111,000 
13,828,000 
1,571,000 
12,837,000 
23,966,000 
20,266.000 



From 

Montreal 

St. John 

Quebec 

and 

Portland 

Bu. 



8,000 
138.000 
150,000 
373,000 

17,000 
162,000 
151,000 
169,000 

44,000 

95.000 
105,000 
375,000 
156,000 
473.000 
154.000 
1.53,000 

96.000 
254,000 
377,000 
461.000 
165,000 
405,000 
165,000 
310.000 
199,000 
315,000 
325,000 
151,000 
142,000 
284,000 
192,000 
363,000 
483,000 
384,000 
203,000 
171,000 
233,000 
225,000 

49,000 
134,000 



118,000 
43,000 
52,000 



From 
Newport 

News. 
Bu. 



34,000 
9.000 



434,000 
231,000 
180,000 

69,000 
395,000 

57,000 
314,000 
163.000 
140,000 

28,000 
354,000 

39,0-30 



1,000 



1.000 



2,000 
1,000 



26,000 



1,000 
2,000 



1,000 
3,000 



43,000 

26.000 

1.000 



175,000 
" 69,000 



8,7.54,000 
4,554,000 
9,243,000 
300,000 
5,584,000 
13,813,000 
16.581,000 



86,000 
77,000 



3,939,000 
1,191,000 
3,733,000 
1,312,000 
3,567,000 
9,372,000 
14..588,000 



From 
Nor- 
folk. 
Bu. 



119,000 



25,000 

60,000 

180,000 

43,000 

57,000 

429,000 

206.000 

33.000 

3.000 



17,000 



35,000 



51,000 

1.000 

94,000 

26,000 

9.000 



From 
Gal- 
veston. 
Bu. 



78,000 
9;)4,000 
175,000 
585,000 

43,000 
2?^,000 
603,000 
361,000 
449,000 
173,000 
134.000 
197,000 
293,000 



73,000 
259,000 
369.000 

69,000 
120,000 



5,000 



4,000 



8,000 



11.000 
18,000 



35,000 



♦From 

Other 

Ports. 

Bu. 



11,000 
18,000 
106,000 
4,000 
5,000 
3,000 
8.000 
7,000 



3,000 

30,000 

35,000 

22,000 

65,000 

152,000 

248,000 

233,000 

507,000 

371,000 

521,000 

619,000 

978.000 

1,265,000 



1,386,000 

579,000 

818,000 

396,000 

2,281,000 

4.185,000 

5.938,000 



10.278,000 
3,408,000 
4,386,000 
757,000 
138,000 
3,303,000 
6.637.0C- 



13,000 

13,000 

95,000 

13,000 

14.000 

34,000 

13,000 

3,000 

81,000 

13,000 

13,000 

8,000 

3,000 

8,000 

13,000 

20,000 

14,000 

10,000 

4,000 

27.000 

14,000 

30,000 

7,000 

9,000 

7,000 



27,000 
9.000 
3,000 
5.000 
5,000 

13,000 



13,000 
21,000 
24,000 
11,000 
14,000 
21,000 
11.000 
14,000 



810,000 

478.000 

171,000 

38,000 

278,000 

1,450,000 

1.600.000 



* Includes Charleston, Pensacola, Mobile and Port Arthur. 



158 



EXPORTS OF HOG PRODUCTS. 



Weekly exports of hog products from the principal Atlantic ports during 1905 

(Compiled by Wm. H. Trafton.) 



January . . 
February . 



March. 



April. 



May. 



June 



July. 



August. 



September. 



October. 



November . 



December . 



Totals— 1905. 
1904. 
1903. 
1902. 
1901. 
1900. 
1899. 



7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 

13 
2(1 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 



Fro-m New York. 



Pork. 
Brls. 



1,605 
1,802 
2,035 
2,838 
2.130 
2,592 
1.842 
3,967 
2,217 
4,397 
2,017 
2.580 
2,255 
2,237 
2,164 
4,620 
1,394 
3,894 
1,020 
2,575 
2,885 
1,879 
2.834 
2,060 
1,609 
1,606 
2,064 
3.195 
2,613 
2,308 
1.480 
2.784 
2.368 
1.501 
2,569 
906 
1,982 
2,240 
2.162 
2,347 
1,362 
1,272 
1.770 
2,342 
1,807 
1,431 
3,185 
2,215 
4,495 
3,195 
3,265 
2,475 



Bacon 

and Hams. 

Lbs. 



121,387 
104.614 
107,080 
86,827 
111,503 
139,291 
132.025 



7,329,000 

5,030,000 

5,772,000 

6,515,000 

6,048,000 

6,817,000 

6,820,000 

5,245,000 

7,385,000 

5,118,000 

5,146.000 

5,626,000 

5,130.000 

5,301,000 

6,475,000 

6,288,000 

6,246,000 

6,700,000 

4,448,000 

7,172,000 

4,934,000 

3,940,000 

4,217,000 

5,643,000 

4,416,000 

4,718,000 

4,684,000 

4,396,000 

5,741,000 

4,780,000 

5,056.000 

4,377,000 

5,373,00(1 

5,682,000 

6,089,000 

4.323,000 

4,688.000 

4,138,000 

3 537,000 

7,064,000 

4.223,000 

5,020,000 

3,652,000 

5.727,000 

6,543,000 

5,169,000 

5,665,000 

5.763,000 

6,793,000 

7.654,000 

7,433,000 

7.033,000 



289,071,000 
277,648,000 
286,664,000 
305,463,000 
363,307,200 
220,956,400 
218.982,000 



Lard. 
Lbs. 



7,023,000 
4.573,000 
8,053.000 
5,402,000 
3,435,000 
5,167,000 
5,826,000 
4,710,000 
6.681,000 
4,361,000 
3.804,000 
6,004,000 
6.079,000 
5,342,000 
4,752,000 
3,856,000 
4,012,000 
4,214,000 
3,703.000 
5,047,000 
3.468,000 
3,745.000 
5,276,000 
6.368,000 
6,152,000 
6,657,000 
3,600,000 
4,019,000 
7.712,000 
4.737,000 
5,311,000 
4,377,000 
7,757,000 
4,228,000 
7,455,000 
3,529,000 
6,440,000 
7,093,000 
6,036,000 
8,145,000 
8.838,000 
8.911,000 
6.180,000 
7,174,000 
8,247,000 
8.681,000 
5,898,000 
8,080,000 
7.305,000 
11.212,000 
11,166.000 
6,629.000 



312,469,000 
288,564,000 
324,315,000 
273,820,000 
295,243,000 
313.367,000 
327,361.000 



From Boston, Portland. 
Philadelphia, Baltimore, 

New Orleans, Montreal, 
Newport News & Norfolk. 



Pork. 
Brls. 



1,035 
858 
485 
552 
660 
778 
558 

1,113 
373 

1,113 
4a3 
570 
445 
673 
516 

1,037 

, 188 

1,049 
266 
462 
639 
296 

1.009 
630 
514 
569 
584 

1,135 
442 
403 
530 
746 
719 
443 
786 
245 
348 
530 
888 
433 
438 
298 
690 
518 
672 
547 
455 
295 

1,235 
705 
575 
355 



31,736 
32,566 
30,030 
40,143 
56,207 
105,649 
138,954 



Bacon 

and Hams. 

Lbs. 



8,169,000- 

8.505.000 

10.039,000 

9.139.000 

8.922,000 

8,604,000 

7.759.000 

5.478.000 

10,845,000 

6,814,000 

10,387,000 

6.602,000 

8,078,000 

9,628,000 

6,931,000 

7,039,000 

8.049.000 

11.546,000 

6,448,000 

9,744,000 

12,926.000 

8,397,000 

14,175,000 

10,838,000 

11,119,000 

9,297.000 

11,015.000 

11,536,000 

12,168,000 

9,172.000 

11,040.000 

11,209,000 

11.176,000 

10,474,000 

8,352,000 

9,635,000 

7.523,000 

6,778,000 

1,082.000 

6.179,000 

6,608,000 

6,195,000 

5,539,000 

3,895,000 

7,743,000 

9,919,000 

9,425.000 

5,510,000 

10,993,000 

6,294,000 

10,934,000 

5,027.000 



450.889,000 
415,723,000 
381,503,000 
396,011,000 
536,550,200 
677,089,400 
729.238,100 



Lard. 
Lbs. 



4,088,000 
7,552,000 

10,794,000 
6,922,000 
5,760,000 
7,863,000 
5,459,000 

12,364,000 
7,397,000 
7,005.000 
8,911,000 

11,921.000 
6,466,000 

10,298.000 

11,449,000 
5,463,000 
5,889,000 

10,707,000 
2,481,000 
5,519,000 
8.018,000 
4,260,000 

10,585,000 
3,218,000 
4,a53,000 
7.717.000 
6.807.000 
5,525.000 
5,201,000 
5.973,000 
6,864,000 
4,307,000 
4,702,000 
5,128,000 
5.160,000 
4.570.000 
5,081,000 
8,190,000 
5,567,000 
5,653.000 
9.657,000 
3,173,000 
5,209,000 
2,799,000 
6,317,000 
6,613,000 
5,365,000 
8,083,000 
9,053,000 
4,935,000 
8.570,000 
6,003,000 



346,963,000 
276,153,000 
242,267,000 
238,349,000 
287,591.000 
334,186.000 
352.083.000 



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COMPAKATIVE STATEMENT OF LAKE COMMERCE 



Through Canals at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan and Ontario, 
for the seasons of 1904 and 190,'>. 



Seasons 



190i 



Vessels: 

Steamers 

Sailing 

Unregistered 

Passages 

Lockages 

Tonnage ; 

Re^stered 

Freight 

Passengers 

Coal: 

— Hard 

Soft 

Flour 

Wheat 

Grain (other than wheat) 

Manufactured and Pig Iron 

Salt 

Copper 

Iron ore 

Lumber 

Silver ore 

Building stone 

General Merchandise 



Number , 
Number. 
Number 
Number , 
Number. 



13,188 

2.994 

938 



Net tons. 
Net tons. 
Number.. 



Net tons. .. 
Net tons . . . 

Barrels 

Bushels 

Bushels 

Net tons . . . 

Barrels 

Net tons . . . 
Net tons . . . 
M.ft.B.M.. 
Net tons... 
Net tons . . . 
Net tons... 



16,120 
10,315 

24,364,138 

31,546,106 

37,695 

991,238 

5,463,641 

4,710,538 

49,928,869 

33,030;993 

339,985 

365,459 

109,605 

19,633,79V 

923,280 

1,356 

27,09;H 

7:32.009 



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17,197 
3,263 
1,219 



21,679 
13,792 

36,617,699 

44,270,680 

54,304 

984,701 
5,524,355 

5,773,719 

08,321,288 

39,229,5.53 

337,696 

423,122 

106,520 

31,332,637 

966,806 

41 

10,899 

836.583 



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14 





The United States Canal was opened April 14 and closed December 16, 1905; season, 
346 days. 

The Can.idian Canal was opened April 10 aud closed December 20, 1905; season, 255 days. 



Compiled at St. Mary's Falls Canal, Michigan, untler direction of Col. Chas. E. L.B. Davis, 
Corps of Engineers, U. S. A. 

L. P. Morrison, 

Acting General Superintendent. 



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STATE VALUATlOi^S OF FKOrEKTY FOR TAXATIOJN 

In the State oj Illhxois, from 1839 to 1905, inclusive ; also the public debt of the 

State for the same time. 



1839. 

1S40. 

1841. 

1843. 

1843. 

1844. 

1845. 

1846. 

3847. 

1848. 

1849. 

1850. 

1851. 

1852. 

1853. 

1864. 

1855. 

1856. 

1857. 

1858. 

1859. 

I860.. 

1861. 

1862. 

1863. 

1864. 

1865. 

1866., 

1867. 

3868. 

3869. 

1870. 

1871. 

1872. 

1873. 

1874. 

1875. 

1876. 

1877. 

1878. 

1879. 

1880. 

1881. 

1882. 

1883. 

1884. 

1885. 

1886. 

1887. 

1888., 

1889., 

1890., 

1891., 

1892., 

1893. 

1894. 

1895., 

1896. 

1897. 

1898. 

1899. 

1900. 

1901 

1903. 

1903. 

1904. 

1905. 



Real Estate, 



Personal 
Property. 



Railroad 
Property. 



$ 86,533,237 
98,748,633 
101.424,158 
142,658,944 
154,463,122 
234,590,084 
213,750,827 
246,091,930 
296,155,205 
266,655,254 
266.268,155 
238,858,839 
228,087,996 
232,913,619 
243,534,332 
262,114,308 
273,133,106 
351,807,034 
337,331.762 
346,687,734 
347,876,690 
366,244,708 
371,619,940 
899,434,748 
847,947,477 
789,208,982 
747,512,376 
700.096,143 
649,094,336 
590,847,419 
573,404,141 
579,900,148 
584,892,098 
587,390,292 
572,850,515 
576,593,186 
677,737,885 
575.269.997 
567,676.491 
567.799.988 
587,045.386 
599,143,427 
603,681,185 
616,018,730 
605,233,014 
630,344.458 
612,013,192 
599,659,387 
684.584,181 
689,522.5'JO 
569.619,469 
689,210,143 
710,571,904 
758.247,645 
763,260,719 
773,752,441 



$ 33,335,799 
39,069,546 
43,145,327 
62,499,719 
79,545,953 
95,937,335 
104,108,335 
Ul,813,908 
97,853,641 
88,388,094 
88,854,115 
- 80,730,918 
" 73,609,768 
87,560,697 
103,057,865 
116,303,296 
122,966,673 
136,021,879 
123,234,718 
126,136,081 
113,545,227 
113,915,561 
113,607,959 
308,119,371 
264,785,302 
235,834,418 
209,381,346 
189,465,933 
167,679,561 
152,773,570 
165,846,994 
166,352,938 
168,344,813 
169,309,636 
173,913,588 
158,836,901 
1.50,215,380 
153,681.487 
146,566,675 
151.048,460 
149.158,000 
148,340,449 
151,520,731 
151,611,041 
140,141,789 
133,534.6?4 
125.670,104 
122,453,740 
117,335,884 
187,664,856 
162,235,264 
223,736,346 
231,450,427 
234.133,437 
226,356,632 
238,294,869 



$ 6,639,220 
7,529,703 
9,131,475 
11,758,695 
13,0815,473 
11,343,733 
11,326,595 
11,535,556 
13,285,640 
13,911,303 
14,707,097 
16,854,640 
14,914,397 
16,280,960 
19,343,141 
25,516,043 
25,658,784 
147,847,398 
81,733,773 
60,496,466 
44,329,489 
41,637,243 
40,461,865 
41,003,561 
47,366,259 
53,560,480 
56,758,984 
61,304,803 
63,405,700 
63,053,096 
65,610.233 
68.901,404 
70,678,708 
73,349,094 
73,689,396 
74,636,553 
77,108,390 
79,531,738 
79,276,824 
79,319,385 
74996,324 
78,583,786 
76,554,845 
75.912,042 
77,878.672 
86.285,340 
88,370,104 
90,669,907 
93,126,732 
93,634,347 



Total 
Valuation. 



$ 58,889,525 

68,762,168 

70,166,053 

73,605,424 

72,416,800 

75.747,765 

82,327,105 

88,815,403 

92,206,493 

102,132,193 

105,432,753 

119,868,336 

137,818,079 

149,294,805 

225,159,633 

353,756,568 

336,186,334 

349,951,373 

407,477,367 

403,140,321 

366,702,043 

367,227,742 

330,823,479 

313,924,349 

331,999,871 

356,877,837 

392,337,906 

410,795,876 

504,683.553 

474,480,877 

489,004,775 

480,664,058 

505,676,311 

510,886,683 

1,356,401,317 

1,194,466,461 

1,085,539,856 

1,001,123,110 

931,199,308 

857,235,762 

784,623,560 

786,616,394 

799,813,566 

809,995,895 

817,904,721 

809,169,803 

798,483,182 

793,563,498 

797,752,888 

784.911,874 

792,197,542 

808,892,782 

822,109,429 

831,310,306 

847,161,509 

824,651,627 

833,188,467 

816.679,620 

799,695.853 

778,474.910 

953,099,468 

809.733,405 

999.331,829 

1,030.292,435 

1,083,050,979 

1.082,744.083 

1,095,681,557 



State Debt. 



$ 100,000 
10,630,000 
11,960,000 

"l3,7^i666 

i3,5bb',666 
'i5,b(K)i666 
i5,5bb'666 
"i6,bbb',666 
16.7001666 
15,196,660 

13V8&'.660 

u,864'666 
id,36b',666 

'l2,28b",66fl 

ii,i78,o66 
* 8,^,666 

5,988,000 
5,124,995 
4,890,937 
1,892,496 
2,060,150 
1,706,750 
1,730,973 
1,480,583 
1,480.600 
1,443,464 
803,313 
537,759 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 



Note.— Up to 1850 only the aggregate valuations in the several counties were reported to 
the State officers, and from 1853 to 1857, inclusive, a few counties returned only the aggregates ; 
hence the details of real estate and personal property valuations are not complete for those 
years. In 1867 and 1868 the details of valuation are not entirely correct, owing to changes by the 
operation of the equalization law. Since 1868 the valuations are as equalized. The total valua- 
tions in each of the several years are correct and official. 

The valuations for 1873 as equalized are largely in excess of any previous year. In 1874 
some changes were made in the manner of equalizing the assessments, resulting in reducing all 
the valuations, especially those of railroad property. 

The valuations for 1899 and subsequent years are the one-fifth of the full fair cash valua- 
tions of property as determined by the Assessing officers, under the requirements of the Assess- 
ment Act of 1898. 

The State debt, as noted, represents it as it stood on the 1st of January in each of the 
several years to 1869 ; in 1869 and 1870, as it stood December I; in 1871, as it stood December 31 ; 
from 1873 to 1879, as it stood December 1. 



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ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD. 

Ihe following official table shows the amount of gross receipts of the Illinois Central 
Railroad since its completion to October 31, 1905, and the amount of tax paid 
into the State Treasury in accordance with the provisions of its charter: 



From March 24, 1855, to October 31. 1855 ». 

For the year ended October 31, 1856 

1857 



1858. 

1859. 

1860. 

1861. 

1863. 

1863. 

1864. 

1865. 

1866. 

186- . 

1868. 

1869. 

1870, 

1871. 

1872. 

1873. 

1874. 

1875. 

1876. 

1877 

1878. 

1879. 

1880. 

1881. 

18S2. 

1883. 

1884. 

1885. 

1886. 

1887 

1888. 

1889. 

1890. 

1891. 

1892. 

1893. 

1894. 

1895. 

1896., 

1897. 

1898., 

1899. 

1900. 

1901.. 

1903.. 

1903.. 

1904. 

1905.. 



Gross 
receipts. 



S 595,633 
1,553,633 
2,160,372 
1,8S5,793 
1,887,206 
2,536,531 
2,533,354 
3,031,065 
4,291,351 
5,793,057 
7,093,711 
6,101,082 
6,342,967 
6,119,964 
6,641,904 
6,636.921 
6,621,613 
6,326,522 
6.122,485 
5,633,806 
5,368,086 
5,085,794 
4,519,313 
4,577,595 
4,649,676 
5,263,123 
5,494,035 
5,657,658 
5,553,474 
5,095,433 
5,254,127 
5,410,207 
5,919.636 
6,070,798 
6,574,923 
6,946,873 
7,685,795 
8,431,338 
10,758,103 
7,913,031 
8,804,593 
8,936,519 
8.931,896 
9,386,183 
9,943.533 
11,201.328 
12.059.049 
13,458.017 
15,411.293 
15,179,598 
15.503,331 



86 
32 
69 
34 
77 
67 
47 
79 
09 
71 
94 
18 
56 
06 
47 
66 
05 
11 
76 
56 
02 
14 
43 
80 
96 
73 
95 
77 
13 
28 
50 
15 
72 
53 
58 
25 
37 
80 
43 
23 
01 
84 
40 
02 
66 
87 
53 
14 
15 
09 
09 



Percent, 
of tax. 



5% 

5 " 

5 and 7 

7% 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7 « 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7 « 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7" 
7- 
7 " 

7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7" 
7 « 
7 " 
7" 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 

7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 

7 • 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 
7 " 



Amount paid 

into the 

State Treasury. 



Total paid to the State. 



$ 29 751 59 
77,631 66 
145,645 84 
132,005 53 
132,104 46 
177,557 23 
177,257 81 
212,174 60 
300,394 58 
405,514 04 
496.489 84 
427,075 75 
444,007 74 
438,397 48 
464.933 31 
464,584 52 
463,512 91 
442,856 54 
438,574 00 
394,366 46 
375,766 03 
356,005 58 
316,351 94 
330,431 71 
335,477 38 
368,348 66 
384,582 52 
396,036 11 
388,743 19 
356,679 62 
367,788 93 
378,714 50 
414,374 57 
434,955 89 
460,244 65 
486,281 13 
538,005 67 
589,486 03 
753,067 34 
553,911 49 
616,321 50 
624,856 39 
624,532 74 
657,032 81 
696.047 35 
784.093 01 
844,133 47 
942,061 19 
1,078,790 52 
1,062,571 86 
1,085,233 17 



$33,815,762 70 



165 



STATEMENT OF RAILWAY LINES COMMUNICATING 
DIRECTLY WITH CHICAGO. 



ROADS. 



MILSAQK. 



Baltimore & Ohio 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy (Burlington Route) . 

Chicago Great Western 

Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville (Monon Route). 

Chicago, Illinois « Indiana . 

Chicago Junction 

Chicago, Lake Shore & Eastern 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul 

Chicago Terminal Transfer 

Chicago & Alton 

Chicag^o & Eastern Illinois (Frisco System) 

Chicago & Northwestern (Northwestern Line) 

Chicago Union Transfer 

Chicago & Western Indiana 

Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis (Big 4) . 
Erie. 



Grand Trunk System 

Isdiana Harbor 

Illinois Central 

Lake Shore & Michigan Southerp 

Michigan Central 

New York, Chicago & St. Louis (Nickel Plate) 

Pennsylvania System 

Fere Marquette 

Rock Island System , 

Santa Fe Route 

Wabash 

Wisconsin Central 



Total. 



4,455 
8,549 
1,468 

592 
26 

298 

366 
7,054 

259 

970 
5,685 
9,074 
98 
51 
2,288 
2,553 
9.397 

176 
5,563 
1,454 
1.706 

523 
10,662 
2,382 
7.485 
7.341 
2,517 
1,042 

93,934 



166 



NUMBER OF MILES OF RAILROADS IN OPERATION 

And the miles constructed each year in the U. S. since 1830. 



Year. 



1830 
1831 
1833 
1833 
1834 
1835 
1836 
1837 
1838 
1839 
1840 
1841 
1842 
1843 
t844 
1845 
1846 
1847 
1848 
1849 
1850 
1851 
1852 
1853 
1854 



Miles in 
operation 
at end of 
each year, 



23 

95 

229 

380 

633 

1.098 

1.273 

1,497 

1,913 

2,302 

2,818 

3,535 

4,026 

4,185 

4,377 

4.633 

4,930 

5,598 

5,996 

7,365 

9,021 

10.982 

12,908 

15,360 

16,720 



Miles 




con- 
structed 


Year. 


each year. 






1855 


72 


1856 


134 


1857 


151 


1858... 


253 


1859 


465 


1860 


175 


1861 1 


224 


1862 i 


416 


1863 ! 


389 


1864 


516 


1865 


717 


1866 


491 


1867 


159 


1868 


192 


1869 


256 


1870 


297 


1871 


668 


1872 


393 


1873 


1,369 


1874 


1.656 


1875 


1,961 


1876 


1.926 


1877 


2.452 


1878 i 


1.360 


1879 : 



Miles in 

operation 

at end of 

each year. 



18,374 
22,016 
24,503 
26,968 
28,789 
30,626 
31,286 
32,120 
33,170 
33,908 
35.085 
36,801 
39.250 
42 229 
46^844 
52.922 
60.293 
66.171 
70.268 
72.385 
74,096 
76,808 
79,082 
81,747 
86,556 



Miles 




con- 
structed 


Year. 


each year. 




1.654 


1880 


3,642 


1881 


2,487 


1882 


2,465 


1883 


1.821 


1884 


1,837 


1885 


660 


1886... . 


WA 


1&87 


1,050 


1888 


738 


1889 


1,177 


1890 


1,716 


1891 


3,249 


1892 


3,979 


1893 


4,615 


1894 


6,078 


1895 


7.379 


1896 


5,878 


1897 


4,097 


1898 


2,117 


1899 


1,711 


1900 


2,713 


1901. ... 


2,374 


1902 


2,665 


1903 


4,809 


1904 



Miles in 
operation 
at end of 
each year. 



93,352 
103,108 
114,677 
131,423 
125,345 
138,320 
136,338 
149,314 
156,114 
161,276 
166,654 
170,729 
175,170 
177,516 
179,415 
181,065 
182,769 
184,591 
186.810 
190,818 
194,363 
198,743 
303,009 
307,784 
312,349 



Miles 
con- 
structed 
each year 



6,706 
9,846 

11,569 
6,745 
3,933 
3,975 
8,018 

13,876 
6,900 
5,163 
5,378 
4,075 
4,441 
3,346 
1,899 
1,650 
1,704 
1,832 
2,219 
4,008 
3,444 
4,484 
4,266 
4.775 
5,014 



167 
NUMBER OF MILES OF RAILROADS IN OPERATION 

In the United States at vanoiis penods since 1880. 

(Obtained from Poor's Manual.) 



1S80. 



1890. 



1895. 



1900. 



1901. 



1903. 



1903. 



1904. 



Maiue.. ,. . 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

New England . . . . . 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland 

District of Columbia. 
Middle Atlantic. . . 

Ohio 

Michigan 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Wisconsin 

Central Northern . 

"Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

South Atlantic — 



:t 



Alabama 

Mississippi 

Tennessee 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Gulf & Miss. Valley. 

Missouri 

Arkansas 

Texas, 

Kansas 

Colorado.. 

New Mexico 

Indian Territory ' 

Oklahoma Territory. . . ( 
Southwestern 

Iowa 

Minnesota 

Nebraska 

North Dakota I 

South Dakota ( 

Wyoming 

Montana 

Northwestern 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 

Nevada 

Idaho 

Arizona 

Utah 

Pacific 



EECAPITUTjATION— 

New England Group. 

Middle Group 

Central Northern Gr'p 
South Atlantic Group . 
Gulf & Miss. Val. Gr'p. 
Southwestern Group. . . 
Northwestern Group.. 

Pacific Group 

United States 



1,005 

1,015 

914 

1,915 

210 

933 



1.377 47 
1,142 25 

991 43 
3,096 69 

317 43 
1.006 64 



1,704 71 
1,171 44 

974 99 
3,113 86 

336 37 
1.008 15 



1,916 94 
1.193 15 
1,045 28 
2,111 42 
209 39 
1,035 40 



5,977 

5,957 

1,684 

6,191 

275 

1,040 



6,831 90 

7.684 41 
3,109 06 
8,638 99 
314 95 
1,270 04 
20 66 



7,199 53 

8,130 07 
2,317 37 
9,664 91 

315 44 
1.391 54 

■ 23 88 



7,501 48 

8.095 00 

3,343 93 

10,334 08 

348 62 

1.339 34 

■ 24 88 



15,147 

5,792 
3,938 
4,373 
7.851 
3,155 



20,038 11 

7.980 49 

7.108 48 

6.109 19 
10,165 67 

5.612 63 



21,643 11 

8,698 50 
7,563 60 
6,416 03 
10.673 47 
6,097 66 



33,384 85 

8.885 46 

8,093 46 

e,563 33 

11,058 37 

■■ 6,538 87 



J5,109 

1,893 
691 
1,486 
1,427 
2,459 
518 



36,976 45 

3.359 65 
1,433 30 
3.138 17 
2,289 15 
4.600 80 
2,489 52 



39,448 26 

3,603 38 
2.075 16 
3,449 55 
3,633 55 
5,224 54 
3,059 05 



41,138 38 

3,789 58 
3,473 34 
3,737 53 
2,919 31 
5,729 91 
3,255 71 



8,474 

1,843 
1,12'" 
1,843 
1,530 
653 



17,300 59 

3,423 30 
2,470 85 
3,767 38 
3.943 38 
1.739 85 



30,034 33 

3,665 45 
3,497 78 
3.116 54 
3,069 18 
2,110 08 



31,905 38 

4,197 22 
3,934 37 
3,184 91 
3.093 75 
3,801 27 



6,995 

3,965 
859 
3.244 
3,400 
1,750 
758 

389 



13,342 66 

6.143 02 
2,303 44 
8.709 85 
8.892 11 
4.291 11 
1,388 77 

1.360 65 



14,459 03 

6.571 58 
3,439 30 
9,423 55 
8,875 35 
4.506 19 
1,508 03 
i 1,154 86 
j 431 17 



16,211 42 

6.887 44 
3,108 56 
9.991 62 
8,714 06 
4.649 68 
1,770 77 
1,487 60 
919 87 



14,085 

5,400 
3,151 
1,953 

1,225 

512 
106 



33,887 95 

8,416 13 
5,545 35 
5,407 47 
( 3,116 49 
1 3,610 41 
1,003 93 
2.195 57 



34,909 83 

8,535 11 
6,061 6" 
5.543 27 
3,532 71 
2,800 80 
1,177 93 
2,845 51 



37,529 60 

9370 35 
■■ 6,99fi 89 

5,695 36 
■' 2,810 62 

2.961 86 

1,341 38 
' 3,039 23 



12,347 

289 
508 
2,195 
739 
206 
349 
842 



27,394 36 

2,013 05 
1.439 97 
4.349 73 
933 18 
946 11 
1,094 81 
1.265 49 



29,476 00 



3,820 
1,513 
4,791 
915 
1,087 
1,412 
1,405 



32,105 58 

' 3,888 44 

' 1,670 90 

5,588 56 

930 37 

' 1.319 41 

1,515 94 

1,581 92 



5,128 

5,977 
15,147 
25,109 

8,474 

6,995 
14,085 
12,347 

5,128 



93.362 



13,031 34 

6,83190 
20,038 11 
36,976 45 
17,300 59 
13,342 66 
33,887 95 
27,394 36 
12,031 34 



166,703 36 



13,945 96 

7,199 52 
21,643 11 
39,448 36 
30,034 33 
14,459 03 
34,909 83 
29,476 00 
13,945 96 



15.485 54 



1,933 03 
1,193 37 
1,045 43 
3,112 33 
309 29 
1.025 90 



7,518 24 

8,114 95 

3,343 10 

10.393 83 

337 19 

1,366 07 

34 88 



22,479 02 

9,011 05 

8,240 64 

6,753 22 

11,330 87 

6,747 83 



41,983 61 

3,807 04 
2,559 66 
3,776 41 
2,963 09 
5,886 71 
3,290 04 



22,282 95 

4,315 83 
2,988 25 
3,267 01 
3.127 17 
2,945 16 



16,643 42 

7,010 44 
3.340 33 
10,565 93 
8,744 08 
4,740 65 
3,033 83 
1,631 20 
1,287 22 



39,243 67 

9,429 54 
7.060 86 
5,704 14 
3,933 38 
3,004 91 
1,285 90 
3,146 09 



33,563 82 

3,053 10 
1,686 94 
5,683 83 
960 37 
1,440 61 
1,610 75 
1,593 58 



16,029 17 



181,114 94 



7,501 48 
23.384 85 
41.138 38 
31,905 38 
16,311 43 
37,529 60 
33,105 58 
15,485 54 



7,518 
33.479 
41.983 
33,382 
16,643 
39,243 
33,563 
16.039 



2,000 03 
1,191 95 
1,053 31 
3,116 81 
309 29 
1,035 90 



2,004 79 
1,191 42 
1,057 84 
2,119 28 
209 84 
1.035 90 



2.039 89 
i;i91 77 
1.056 96 
2,110 81 
209 84 
1,030 12 



7,596 29 

8,137 49 

3,238 14 

10,508 45 

339 36 

1,370 98 

34 87 



7,609 07 

8,180 85 

3,343 56 

10,784 54 

333 63 

1,368 18 

34 65 



7.619 39 

8,167 21 

2,266 64 

10,991 97 

334 86 

1,364 45 

24 70 



32,619 29 

8,971 76 
8,349 63 
6,809 83 
11.390 11 
6,895 43 



33,984 41 

9.033 61 
8.459 65 
6.834 75 
11,502 38 
6,921 40 



23,149 83 

9,163 97 
8,467 76 
6,863 03 
11.742 10 
7.014 78 



42,316 76 

3,869 23 
3,648 19 
3,798 03 
3,011 44 
6,109 73 
3,435 81 



43,741 79 

3,852 62 
3,636 73 
3,824 47 
3,051 86 
6,131 16 
3.735 69 



43,351 64 

3.823 67 

2,820 82 
3,913 86 
3,146 24 
6,298 97 
3,585 83 



32,872 43 

4,348 72 
3,099 15 
3,378 88 
3,177 74 
3,065 01 



33,212 53 

4,434 29 
3,156 56 
3,355 19 
3,193 31 

3,419 38 



33,589 39 

4,590 89 
3,434 72 
3,484 92 
3.261 56 
3,592 68 



16,969 50 

7,148 03 
3,48103 
10,897 18 
8,803 18 
4,801 59 
3,340 91 
3,111 95 
1.672 12 



17,558 73 

7,276 43 
3,691 37 
11,356 19 
8,811 39 
4,916 43 
3,343 33 
2,313 69 
2,409 35 



18,354 77 

7.797 18 
3.946 54 
11,614 13 
8,841 09 
4,989 85 
2,441 93 
2,585 69 
2,635 64 



41,255 99 

9,535 53 

7,288 86 
5,777 66 
3,07109 
3,037 74 
1,238 39 
3,334 37 



43,018 18 

9,799 39 
7,495 79 
5,794 30 
3,155 63 
3,045 54 
1.338 65 
3,261 51 



44,852 05 

9,835 73 
7,841 62 
5,777 59 
3,211 81 
3,068 58 
1,243 63 
3,327 78 



33,173 54 

3,084 55 
1,711 94 
5,772 59 
960 53 
1,433 91 
1,630 49 
1,611 40 



33,790 80 

3.407 90 
1,719 44 
5,819 77 
956 89 
1,617 49 
1,715 80 
1,681 36 



24 
02 
61 
95 
43 
67 
82 
17 
194,363 33198,742 90 



16,305 41 

7,596 29 
22,619 29 
43,316 76 
33,873 43 
16,969 50 
41,255 99 
33,173 54 
16,205 41 



16,918 31 



203.009 31 



7,609 
32,934 
43,741 
28,212 
17,558 
43,018 
33,790 
16,918 



207,783 82 



34,306 74 

3,232 48 
1,750 43 
6,203 37 
1,186 83 
1,425 42 
1,786 81 
1,639 58 



17,224 91 

7,619 39 
23,149 83 
43,251 64 
23,589 39 
18,354 77 
44,852 05 
34,306 71 
17,224 91 



212,348 73 



*The mileage for 1900 is exclusive of 186.81 miles of spur tracks of the Northern Pacific Ey. 



168 
OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF FLOUR AND GRAIN 

In tlie State of California on December 1, 1905, and corresponding 
figures for a series of years. 





Flour 
Brls. 


Wheat. 
Centals. 


Barley. 
Centals. 


Oats. 
Ctls. 


Beans. 
Sacks. 


Rye. 

Ctls. 


San Francisco warehouses and mills, including 
grain and flour afloat in harbor and in transit. 

Sonoma, Solano, Yolo, Colusa, and Glenn coun- 
ties 


36,566 
29,000 

850 
3.5,837 
11,947 

15,238 


297,940 

387,980 

371.700 
416.300 

],3S6,280 

429.100 

290,280 


86,940 

634,960 

151 ..560 
377.780 

861,360 

735,440 

607,460 


80,300 

13,400 

14.280 
24,700 

78,520 

43,560 

37,340 


198364 
2,180 

2.253 

2,832 

8,780 
70,843 

311,203 


1,600 
100 


Sacramento, Yuba, Sutter, Butte. Placer and 
Tehama counties 


320 


Contra Costa and Alameda counties 




San Joaquin, Stanislaus. Merced, fVesno, Ma- 
dera. Tulare, Kings and Kern counties. . 


28,860 


San Mateo, Santa Clara, San Benito, Santa Cruz, 
Monterey and San Luis Obispo counties 

Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange, 
San Bernardino, Riverside and San Diego 
counties 


3,540 






Totals 


142.373 


3,579,580 


3,445,500 


292,100 


596,455 


34,420 







COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. 



June], 1905 

December 1, 1904 . 

Junie 1, 1904 

December 1, 1903. 

June 1. 1903 

December 1, 1902 . 

June 1. 1902 

December 1, 1901 . 

Junel, 1901 

December 1, IKOO.. 

June 1, 1900 

December 1, 1899 . 

Junel, 1899 

December 1,1898. 

June 1, 1898 

December 1, 1897. 

June 1, 1897 

December 1,1896.. 

June 1, 1896 

December 1, 1895 . 

June 1, 1895 

Deceniber 1, 1894 . 

Junel, 1894 

December 1, 1893 . 

Junel, 1893 

December 1, 1893.. 

June 1,1892 

December 1, 1891. 

Junel. 1891 

December 1, 1890. . 

June 1, 1890 

December 1. 1889.. 

June 1. 1889 

December 1, 1888.. 

July 1, 1888 

January 1,1888.... 

July 1,1887 

January 1. 1887 

July 1,1886 

October 10, 1885... 

July 1,1885 

January 1, 1885. .. 

July 1,1884 

January 1, 1884 . . . 

July 1. 1883 

January 1, 1883 ... 

July 1,1882 

January], 1882 

July], 1881. 
January 1. 
July 1, 1880. 
January 1, 
July 1, 1879. 
January 1, 1879 . 



1881. 



1880. 



Flour. 
Brls. 



120,533 

128,146 

165,004 

147,718 

14.5,004 

166,413 

177,173 

140,747 

174,777 

144,108 

95.099 

112.136 

70,906 

122,833 

87,380 

115,993 

94,960 

111,078 

101,991 

83,107 

51.607 

73.950 

80.310 

99,031 

83,327 

93.024 

130,517 

140,043 

131,166 

118.123 

81,090 

116,225 

100,565 

95,906 

71,920 

59,979 

50,275 

89,605 

102,325 

107,180 

70.800 

187,830 

112,600 

177,280 

77,000 

158,893 

119,334 

123,151 

135,592 

78,353 

30,934 

83,638 

37,786 

75.130 



Wheat. 
Centals. 



780.100 
3,930,860 
2.190,930 
5,436.930 
1,010,400 
6,154,060 
2,505,780 

13,023,680 
3,746,820 

12.401,980 
8.367,840 

15.998,280 
3.394,160 
6,494.800 
3,153,680 
9,132,640 
1,733,880 
7,495.380 
3,655,340 

10,941,760 
6,306,340 

13.040,330 
7,646,090 

14,234,419 
4,485,923 

12,153,772 
2,100,149 
9,964,575 
1,626,562 

12,168.993 
4,801.063 

15,300,368 
2.092,430 

10,819,630 
3.881,960 
9,730.060 
3,790,400 
7,812,850 
1.352.600 

13.768,539 
5,382,900 

15,852,210 

664,050 

6,735,720 

979,500 

8,381,879 

3,833,903 

15,191,030 

13,444,278 

19,805,466 

323.821 

4,096.895 
593,251 

5.781,168 



Barley. 

Centals. 



320,960 
3,361,730 
1.191.300 
4,471,300 

601,820 
3,947,040 

567,080 
4,467,300 

746,220 
3.893,840 
2,108,520 
4,778.880 

2.32.430 
1,264.200 

9«.060 
3,136.020 

758,600 
3,008,980 
1.043.540 
4,073.560 

714.440 
1.965.330 
1.370.305 
3,907.011 
1.309.103 
3.797.654 

913,049 
2.883.602 

352,882 
1,615,655 
1,004.457 
3.321.860 
2.052:630 
4,087,050 
3.063.450 
4,533,990 

798,500 
2,590,250 

114.650 
1,620.500 

608,150 
1,933,2.50 

640,350 

3.434,150 

'830,500 

1,941,466 

163,416 

833,322 

595,028 
1.651,787 

908.394 
3,013.930 

806.565 
2.207.142 



Oats. 

Centals. 



25,620 

221,600 

57,560 

337,800 

100.200 

343,460 

112,330 

304,520 

43,580 

200,280 

147.980 

235,700 

23,460 

186,000 

109,380 

106,160 

81,980 

189,360 

78,500 

193,330 

108,960 

313,590 

106,915 

253,508 

57,240 

263,343 

48,786 

168.404 

45,074 

61,085 

61.235 

120,356 

119,345 

130.175 

62,095 

65,380 

42.400 

47.400 

31,150 

' ib7;440 

304,710 

58.450 

149,330 

10,300 

118,650 

21,305 

85,143 

15,744 

95,220 

18,357 

112,351 

26,484 

137,044 



Beans. 

Sacks. 



201,835 
557,589 
326,313 
659,908 
333,073 
752.874 
312,746 
476,874 
118,000 
243,034 
114.088 
268,117 
308.973 
513459 
561.263 
713:749 
505:730 
700,963 
369,396 
557,948 
65.819 
198,180 
124,300 



138,183 
275.136 

46.682 
174.391 

39:503 
107,419 

60,415 
235.320 

33.675 
109,925 

74.405 
243,550 
103,700 

"'8L286 
168,110 
44,175 
53,050 
56,060 
94.830 
48.708 
95.843 
70,780 
113.708 
52,217 
48,904 



Corn. 
Centals. 



25,460 
19,626 

"23;666 
48,980 
i3;826 
28^780 
25,560 

" 112,786 
6i',286 

" '103,466 
65*,346 
94.396 



92.837 
263.255 

76,738 
302,921 

91,111 
134,915 

38,925 
266,747 

82,200 
131.300 

73,330 
136.650 

27,625 

"72.166 

146.430 

16:il0 

91,230 

57.430 

90.865 

61,597 

157,716 

94,210 

228,037 

88,573 

129,715 

148.002 

233.534 



Rye. 
Centals. 



5,980 
26,040 
14,120 

39,860 
17.960 
53,740 
53,800 
168,480 
80,260 
151,040 
54.340 
54.140 
10.560 
38:440 
54,300 
35,340 
31.360 
81.340 
17,100 
125.500 

4.480 
63.9.^5 

6.585 
22,967 

9,725 
57.988 

5.831 
39,545 
14,1H6 
37,150 
15,893 
66,540 
10,215 

7,040 
800 

4,350 

1,350 
44,650 

1,080 

32,857 
61,320 
30,100 
58,900 

8,115 
23,665 

3,021 
32,059 

3,830 
17,743 

5,989 
38,713 
23,237 
64.380 



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RECEIPTS OF FLOUR AND GRAIN 



At Neto Orleans, monthly, for 1905. 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Totals— 1905 . 
1904 . 



* Flour. 
Brls. 



38,512 
37,555 
52,016 
27,868 
34,162 
32,995 
34.785 
41.687 
54.675 
52,395 
60.984 
49.509 



497,143 
505,428 



Corn. 
Bu. 



7,.558,800 

4,741,200 

4,626,000 

1,060,800 

133,600 

205,400 

110,020 

108,000 

85,200 

370,000 

687,000 

5,976,000 



25,652,020 
4.580,357 



Oats. 
Bu. 



105,000 
136,000 
187,000 
92,000 
147,000 
199,000 
156,000 
344,000 
117.000 
227,000 
431,000 
268,000 



2,309,000 
2,435,875 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



2,400 

None. 

None. 

None. 

None. 

None. 

None. 
3,000 

380,400 
96,000 
94.000 

233,800 

809,600 
1,737,015 



EXPORTS OF FLOUR AND GRAIN 



From Neio Orleans, monthly, for 1905 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Totals-1905 
1904 



Flour. 
Brls. 



19.182 

30.019 

37.315 

32,134 

33.707 

38.610 

21.683 

19.262 

120,922 

101.671 

145.389 

193.214 



783,108 
660,129 



Corn. 
Bu. 



.5,178,780 

6,001.264 

3,124,255 

1,665,982 

236.736 

107,287 

82,196 

37.602 

106;i99 

101.041 

612.336 

4,584,268 



21,937.952 
5,309,214 



Oats. 
Bu. 



4,775 

8,770 

10,190 

7,340 

2.705 

5,455 

11,915 

21,290 

53,000 

181,990 

372,438 

215.275 



894,143 
43,200 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



None. 
None. 
None. 
None. 
None. 
None. 
3,000 
None. 
80,003 
219,000 
105,500 
176,834 



584,334 
2,089,814 



*Through consignments of flour lor export not included. 



171 
RECEIPTS OF FLOUR, GRAIN, ETC. 

At New York, monthly, for 1905. 
(Furnished by the N. Y. Produce Exchange.) 



Flour. 
Brls. 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



Corn. 
Bu. 



Oats. 
Bu. 



Rye. 
Bu. 



Barley. 
Bu. 



Peas. 
Bu. 



C. Meal 
Brls. 



January . . . . 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September.. 

October 

November . . 
December... 

Totals— 1905, 
1904, 
1903 
1902, 
1901, 
1990 



479,518 
370,914 
578,367 
436,919 
393,351 
354,751 
368,004 
479,912 
710,040 
754,309 
820.713 
689,330 



437,229 

307,125 

a54,407 

334,000 

457.100 

429,400 

334,000 

853,900 

847,575 

1,974,100 

2,443,000 

2,660,000 



3,595,875 
2,982,050 
3,470,855 
3,645,325 
827.750 
1,388.900 
3,315;300 
1,945,250 
2,345,325 
1.659,850 
2,014,125 
3,107,825 



1,452,000 
1,246,500 
2.455,500 
3,368.500 
3.236,300 
2,944,500 
2,309,800 
4,391,800 
5,427,600 
4,398,600 
3.041,900 
2;548,900 



1,900 
'"975 



975 

9,750 

60.875 

81,450 

145.275 

37,050 



520,800 

356,400 

634,800 

322,800 

892,700 

432,200 

176,700 

250,800 

355,100 

1,501,000 

2.662,600 

1,583.300 



14,276 
8,904 
16,519 
28,214 
18,076 
12,174 
33,639 
53,144 
60,415 
73,327 
51,784 
46,344 



56,354 
55.288 
74.253 
53,646 
41,780 
44,152 
38,636 
56,772 
51,530 
26,248 
35,785 
62,688 



6,436,028 
6,379,498 
7,686,338 
6,893,734 
6.863.243 
6,895,487 



11,431,836 
8,401,322 
23,347,675 
35.101.950 
33,698.300 
31,812,825 



30,298,430 
15,504,030 
37,428.210 
6,744,960 
26.236.500 
47,077,985 



35,721,100 
26,836,890 
39,504,100 
29.983.337 
35.235.050 
33,937,700 



338,250 
183.671 
1,338,475 
2.736,395 
1. -306.300 
1.366,725 



9,189,200 
6,433,000 
3,491,700 
2.811.302 
2.812.950 
6,773,300 



406,816 
394,852 
415,341 
447.539 
679:630 
480,750 



597,132 
585.599 
676,156 
466.189 
607,982 
546^0 



Also in 1905— Malt, 3,611,300 bushels; buckwheat, 1,083,350 bushels. 

EXPORTS OF FLOUR, GRAIN, ETC. 

From New York, monthly, for 1905. 



January 

February . . 

March , 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September.. 

October 

November . . 
December. . . 

Totals-1905 
1904, 
1903 
1902, 
1901 
1900, 



Flour. 
Brls. 



189,240 
142,422 
245,372 
204.906 
217,526 
165,798 
145,311 
285,227 
239,468 
319,077 
392,685 
304,527 



2,851.559 
3,025,701 
4,724,801 
4,362,743 
4,198,903 
4,507,055 



Wheat. 
Bu. 



223,323 

118,940 

389,505 

130.670 

151.520 

68,397 

27,166 

135.489 

157,812 

876,890 

2,094,703 

3,051,978 



6,406,393 
1,750,628 
15,181,840 
27,136,272 
30,161.250 
21,934,963 



Corn. 
Bu. 



2,584,071 
2.739,754 
3,318,104 
3,054,040 
2,122,133 
1,749,341 
1.963,415 
2,450,809 
1,640,967 
1,712,296 
1,795,361 
3.070,141 



37,300.433 
10,018,885 
31,985,816 
3,124,482 
23.162.850 
43,645;963 



Oats. 
Bu. 



102,987 

106,356 

124,470 

90.679 

222.642 

352,406 

64.169 

802,289 

3,139,894 

1,875,231 

934,677 

418,811 



7,234,611 

1,875.272 
2.892,613 
3,871,596 
9.671,159 
9,505.491 



Rye. 
Bu. 



147.854 

71.609 

38,795 

16,678 

4,433 



279.358 

8.485 

1,3.58.639 

2.4S5,895 

977,008 
1.403.949 



Barley. 
Bu. 



362,995 

310,037 

351,992 

144.230 

208,704 

338.473 

77,960 

100,737 

229,302 

1,053,6.50 

1,684,558 

1,080.004 



5.842,632 

2,489,239 

591,119 

373,573 

479,718 

4.709,856 



Peas. 
Bu. 



10,560 
16,872 
13,843 
14,758 
13,366 
12.781 
15,421 
47,485 
36,269 
42,305 
36,116 
28,959 



388,734 
301,340 
331,343 
327,502 
433,939 
481,077 



C. Meal. 
Brls. 



15.078 
8:677 
30,847 
18.310 
16.756 
24.909 
22.513 
25.720 
20.981 
23,736 
19,758 
13.437 



239.712 
274:376 
468,501 
196,159 
278,836 
366,362 



Exporte at buckwheat during 1905—806,838 bushels. 



172 



STOCKS OF PORK IN NEW YORK. 

The following table gives the stock of barreled pork of all descriptions in New York 
on the first day of each rtionth for Hie past ten years: 





1896. 
Brls. 


1897. 
Brls. 


1898. 
Brls. 


1899. 
Brls. 


1900. 
Brls. 


1901. 
Brls. 


1902. 
Brls. 


1903. 
Brls. 


1904. 
Brls. 


1905. 
Brla 


January 

Febmarv 


11.835 
9.664 
7.620 
6.436 

10.531 
8.905 
6.634 
6,170 
5.577 
6.298 
8.604 
4,811 


21.509 

13.003 

11.227 

8,793 

18.467 

18.643 

15,190 

14,332 

13.677 

9.139 

9,375 

12.530 


19,139 
18,627 
15,989 
20,348 
17,911 
19,339 
22,915 
20,831 
18,661 
15,902 
14,282 
13,555 


15,365 

11,805 
13,612 
11,174 
10,039 

8,783 
9,354 
9,814 
7,474 
6,842 
4,401 
6,551 


7,720 
6.208 
5.137 
5.819 
3,488 
5,398 
6.934 
5,570 
5,402 
6,437 
4,702 
3,750 


7,886 
7,032 
6,160 
5,026 
5,541 
5,303 
4,537 
5,765 
6,725 
5,036 


'6 
o 

3 

a 

c 
o 

s 


73 
O 

c 

a 
c 
c 

T. 

5 


3 

s 
o 

5 




March 




April 

May 


1 


June 


9 


July 


12 


August 



o 


September 

October 


1 


Nove mber 


December 





STOCKS OF LARD IN NEW YORK. 

77ie following table shows the stock of lard in New York on the first day of each 

month for the past ten years: 



January 

February... 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September.. 

October 

November... 
December... 



1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1903. 


1903. 


1904. 


Tcs. 


Tcs. 


Tcs. 


Tcs. 


Tcs. 


Tcs. 


Tcs. 


Tcs. 


Tcs. 


20,359 


14,783 


21,877 


20,882 


14,169 


9,869 


9.318 


6,012 


9,941 


35,440 


25,532 


21,349 


18,429 


14,121 


11,792 


9,818 


4,896 


9,472 


36,153 


24.661 


24,005 


18.844 


11,857 


8.602 


9,038 


7,055 


7,993 


24,505 


22,576 


18,852 


20,931 


13.000 


9,899 


6,786 


6,636 


7,697 


21.403 


19.090 


17,427 


17,742 


13,220 


8,251 


7,647 


5,052 


6,853 


18,093 


15.083 


18,646 


15,352 


16,849 


9,192 


8 655 


8,337 


8,391 


31,497 


19,361 


15.427 


14,355 


9,950 


11,327 


10,106 


8,683 


8,451 


18,781 


15,435 


16,453 


17,855 


8.845 


12,465 


7,579 


7,979 


7.316 


21,655 


13,883 


11,305 


13,759 


7.543 


11.044 


7,985 


7,762 


6,731 


15,498 


12,659 


9,947 


17,186 


7,556 


5.874 


6,606 


6,866 


4,822 


16,698 


10,832 


11,761 


15,908 


9.489 


3.96H 


5,294 


4.437 


5.302 


21.334 


13,247 


13,401 


13,398 


8,535 


6,119 


4,634 


6,554 


6,423 



7,957 
7,643 
9,031 
6,964 
6,772 
11.532 
12.986 
8,238 
4,919 
3,978 
5,343 
4,788 



173 



RECEIPTS OF FLOUR AND GRAIN. 

At the principal western river and lake ports for the last five years. 





Flour. 
Brls. 


Wheat. 
Bu. 


Corn. 
Bu. 


Oats. 
Bu. 


Rye. 
Bu. 


Barley. 
Bu. 


Total. 
Equal to 
bushels. 


1901. 

St. Louis 

Peoria 


3,170,548 

940,197 

10.232,285 

2,919,300 

4,785,300 

337,550 

681,879 

340,779 


30,860,805 

1,716,750 

51,197.870 

13,050,850 

47,000,965 

3,043,908 

8,330,501 

90,838,570 


30,834,060 

19,604,566 

84,136,637 

3,425,300 

4,943,583 

3,266,974 

10*871,946 

7,868,750 


15,728,130 

12,689,400 

90,633,153 

8,763,900 

1.316.324 

3,687,348 

5,610,658 

10,718,880 


686,810 
221,200 
3,244,324 
1,558,600 
1,031,257 
866,769 
1,331,549 
1,202,040 


1.939,993 

2,377,550 

15,996,670 

11,911,650 

2,925.667 

1,523,117 

237,308 

4,999,160 


69,817,264 
40.840.363 


Chicago 

Milwaukee 

Duluth 


291,252,936 
51.847,150 
78.751.546 


Detroit 

Toledo 

Minneapolis 


13.906.091 

29,450,217 

116,710,905 


Totals 


22,307,838 


236,a39,219 


154,951,816 


149,146,593 


10,142,549 


41,911,015 


692,576.468 






1902. 

St. Louis 

Peoria 

Ohicaco 


2,217,685 

1,017,620 

7,395,207 

3.681,400 

6,907,765 

373.300 

700,000 

246,341 


30,667,212 
2,471,636 

37,940,953 
9,426,200 

42,406,923 
3.319.474 

13,100,260 

88.762,130 


16,024.715 

18,276,649 

50.632,907 

2,701.330 

45,708 

2,069,537 

5,9.50,791 

3,235,360 


20,570.245 

12,056,741 

78,879,800 

6,774,300 

1,381,349 

4,318.734 

7.019,657 

13,066.490 


940,396 

307,600 

3,170,541 

1,117,507 

723,675 

774,113 

401,490 

1.042,010 


2,334,504 

1,664,300 

14,933,173 

12,876,950 

5,551,161 

1.841,982 

18.904 

7,783,680 


80,416,655 

39,356,106 

218,815,806 


Milwaukee 

Duluth 

Detroit 


49,462,477 
81,092,758 
14,003,690 


Toledo 


29,641,102 


Minneapolis.. 


113,997,744 


Totals 


23,539,218 


228,094,768 


98,926,887 


143,967,316 


8,476,333 


46,894.554 


626,786,338 


1903. 

St. Louis 

Peoria 


2,340,695 

825,305 

7,760,327 

3,307.995 

4,729,300 

292,300 

625,000 

291,651 


23,533,800 
945,000 

27,124,585 
9,031,615 

29,091,142 
2,330,711 
5,729,513 

86,804,070 


30,990,245 
21,034,970 
98,545,534 

2,308,500 
974 

3,793,303 
12.882.902 

3,314,450 


20,409,930 

10,347,500 

88,588,386 

8,357,550 

4,807,304 

4,015,476 

6.830,069 

32,384,040 


1,327,892 
354,800 

3.015.149 

1,020,300 
895,443 
514,720 
190,918 

1,591,180 


2,633,119 

2.273,600 

23.273,519 

17,450.440 

6,543,865 

1,935,694 

66,216 

11,333,070 


79,428,114 
38,569,741 


Chicago 

Milwaukee 

Duluth 

Detroit 

Toledo 

Minneapolis 


275,468,195 
53,054,282 
62,619,477 
13,905.254 
28,512,118 

126,639,240 


Totals 


20,172,473 


184,590,436 


162,870,878 


165,740,155 


8,810,301 


65,408,633 


678,196,421 


1904. 

St. Louis 

Peoria 

Chicago 

Milwaukee 

Duluth 

Detroit 

Toledo 

Minneapolis 


2,355,560 

919,300 

8,839,220 

2,301,705 

2,899,600 

323,100 

Hot compiled 

353,093 


23,148,133 
878,600 

24,457,347 
8,340,860 

26,635,205 
3,666,135 
4,723,280 

86,935,980 


18,246.325 

19,576;000 

100,543,207 

3,964,950 

11,804 

4,975,154 

7,777,447 

4,269,580 


17,109,395 

10,695,300 

73.023,119 

7,462,400 

9,986,914 

5,315,503 

7,272,300 

25,848,360 


674,185 

295,800 

3,379,367 

1,420,000 

1,069,449 

384,222 

135,368 

1,901,580 


3,163,000 

2,941.100 

25,316,917 

17,319,400 

8,438,717 

2,189,049 

16,815 

11,600,350 


73,940,958 
38,523,550 

265,496,447 
47,765,282 
59,190.289 
16,779.512 
19,934,110 

132,140,269 


Totals 


17,989,578 


177,684,540 


158,364,467 


156,612,990 


8,159,971 


70,985,348 


652,760,417 


1905. 

St. Louis 

Peoria 

Chicago 

Milwaukee 

Duluth 


3,529,780 

967,950 

7,944,955 

3,516,630 

4,332,000 

393,800 

Hot compiled 

316,838 

Hot compiled 

Hot compiled 


21,001,852 

928,200 

26,899,013 

7,576,600 
31,186,725 

3,037,743 

4,593.100 
92,176,870 

6,518,300 
40,038,000 


18,067,905 

14,331,400 

110,833,444 

3,101,300 

243,983 

6,349,753 

8,350,650 

3,967,790 

19,771,300 

21,508,000 


19,378,365 

11,058,300 

93,486,761 

8,830,500 

9.470,088 

3,686,373 

11,044,500 

35,135.740 

7,776.000 

6,874,500 


569,706 

283,700 

2.392,444 

1,001.000 

549,188 

714,997 

378,600 

1,576,470 

350,000 

323,000 


3,931,183 

2.501,400 

28,074,143 

17,349,700 

9,868,367 

3,353,413 

32,650 

14,433,390 

208,000 

856,000 


73,223,021 
33,448.775 
296,428,100 
49,073,935 
70.811.351 


Detroit 


16.363 379 


Toledo 

Minneapolis 

Omaha 


24,389,500 

138.695,986 

34^623 500 


Kansas City 


69,599,500 


Totals 


18,901,943 


232,946,302 


206,504,525 


195,621,127 


8,039,105 


78,377,245 


806.547.047 







174 



CROPS OF THE 



Acreage, production and home value of the 

(As estimated by the 



Corn. 



AcreasfB. 



Yield 
per 
acre. 



Produc- 
tion. 



Total 
value. 



Winter Wheat. 



Acreage. 



Yield 
per 
acre. 



Produc- 
tion. 



Total 
value. 



Maine 

New Hampshire . 

Vermont 

Massachusetts . . . 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 

North Carolina... 
South Carolina... 

Georgia 

Florida 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Louisiana 

Texas 

Arkansas 

Tennessee 

West Virginia 

Kentucky 

Ohio 

Michigan 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Wisconsin 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

Kansas 

Nebraska 

South Dakota . . . . 
North Dakota — 

Montana 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico — 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Idaho 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 

Oklahoma 

Indian Territory 

Totals— 1905.. 
1904.. 
1903.. 
1902.. 
1901.. 
1900.. 
1899.. 
1898.. 
1897.. 
18%.. 
1895.. 



Acres. 

13.000 

27,045 

58,238 

44.799 

10,011 

55,595 

613,103 

277,749 

1,441,797 

196,472 

628,795 

1,859,610 

2,704.772 

1,878,978 

4,295,924 

645,416 

2,903,483 

2,099,830 

1,424,563 

6,532,695 

2,215,245 

3,138,533 

765,541 

3,195,072 

2.973,529 

1,228,704 

4,597,804 

9,616,886 

1,473.613 

1,507.614 

8,767,597 

6.014,639 

6.977,467 

8,035,115 

1,623,105 

89,405 

3.941 

2,107 

116,659 

39,423 

7,614 

11,353 



5,506 

10,796 

17.556 

56,592 

1,902,948 

1,905.131 



Bush 
34.3 
37.0 
34.7 
37.5 
32.5 
42.7 
31.5 
35.8 
38.9 
30.4 
36.9 
23.4 
13.9 
10.9 
11.0 
10.1 
14.8 
14.3 
13.7 
21.3 
17.3 
24.6 
29.8 
29.7 
37.8 
34 
40.7 
39.8 
37.6 
33.5 
34.8 
33.8 
27.7 
32.8 
31.8 
27.5 
19.4 
26.9 
23.8 
25.3 
27.0 
36.2 

27^2 
24.2 
23.0 
32.0 
25.3 
32.7 



94.011,369 
92,231.581 
88,091,993 
94,043,613 
91,349.928 
83,320,872 
83,108,587 
77,721,781 
80,095,051 
81,027,156 
82,075,830 



28.8 
26.8 
25.5 



Bushels. 
445,900 

1,000,665 

2,020.859 

1.679,962 

335,358 

2,373.906 

19,313.744 

9,943,414 

56,085,903 

5,972.749 

23,202,536 

43,514,874 

37,596,331 

20.480,860 

47,255,164 

6.518,703 

42,971,548 

30,027,569 

19,516,499 

139,146.404 

38,323.738 

77,207,913 

22.813,122 

94,893.638 

112,399.396 

41,775,936 

187.130,623 

382,7.53,063 

55,407,849 

48,997.455 

305.113.376 

203,294,798 

193.375,836 

263,551.772 

51,614,739 

2,458,638 

76,455 

."16,678 

2,776,484 

997,402 

205,578 

410,979 

**"i'49,763 

261,263 

403.788 

1,810,944 

48,144,584 

62,297,784 



Dollars. 

307,671 

690,459 

1,374,184 

1,175,973 

331,004 

1,685.473 

11,780,774 

•,468,878 

30,286.388 

2.807,192 

11,137,217 

23,062,883 

24,061,652 

15,155,836 

33,078,615 

4,302,343 

:27,50],791 

tl9,517,920 

11,905,064 

68,181,738 

31.078.056 

38,603,956 

12,090.955 

40,804,264 

48.331,740 

19,316.931 

71,109,637 

145,445.784 

33,271,397 

16,169,160 

103,738,208 

75,219,075 

63,781.026 

84,336,567 

16,000.569 

885,110 

51,989 

42,508 

1,304,947 

688,207 

199,411 

287,685 

**'"98i844 

156,758 

338,235 

1,376,317 

15.406.267 

23,050,180 



Acres. 



490.521 
110,075 
1.629,279 
121,001 
809,619 
738.480 
593,325 
318,419 
3U5,298 

""mM& 

3,619 

l,249i267 

198,077 

881,750 

355,535 

779,642 

1,882,907 

1,027,204 

1,931,774 

1,871,974 

117,794 

"euei 

2.259,866 
5,289,740 
3,091,393 



196,066 
478,647 
372,853 
1,886,338 
1.434,648 
270.361 



Bush 



21.0 

16.4 

17.1 

13.8 

16.3 

11.4 

6.7 

6.1 

6.9 

'gie 

10.8 

7.9 
7.2 

12 

11 

17 

18. 

18 

16.0 

19.2 



20.0 
12.4 
13.9 
20.4 



32.0 

38.3 

21.1 

9.3 

8.2 
10.0 



Bushels. 



10,300,941 
1,805,230 

27,860,671 
1,669,814 

13,196,790 
8,418,672 
3,975,278 
1.942,356 
2.106,556 

"lV04l',683 

28,285 

ll,ii'7;942 

1,564,808 

6,348,600 

4,373,080 

8,809,955 

32,197,710 

19,003,274 

35,351,464 

29,951,584 

2,261,645 

"1,237,226 
28,023,338 
73,527,386 
42,664,417 



6,274,113 
13,545,710 

7,867,177 
17,542,013 
11,764,114 

2,702,610 



Dollars. 



8 ,858,809 
1,588,602 

24,238,784 
1,369,247 

10,821,368 
7,408,431 
4,054,784 
2,156,015 
2,254,015 

"l,b5l',493 
36,871 

' 9,"783',789 

1,408,327 

5,777,226 

3,892,041 

7,664,661 

36,403,123 

15,013,586 

28,988,200 

24,360.783 

1,718,850 

"'87i'.326 
22,137,647 
52,204,444 
28,158,515 



4,140,914 
8,804,712 
5,349,680 
14,384,451 
8,117,339 
2,081,010 



2,706.993,540 
3,467,480,934 
2,344,176.935 
3,533,648,312 
1,522,519,891 
3,105,102,516 
2,078.143,933 
1,924,184,660 
1.902,967,933 
!.383,875,165 
" 151,138.580 



1,116,696,738 
1,087,461,440 
953,868.801 
1,017.017,349 
921,555,768 
751,220,034 
629,210,110 
552,023,428 
.501.072,952 
491,006,967 
544,985,534 



29,864,018 
26,865,855 
33,510.510 
28,581.436 
30,239,701 
26,235,897 
25,357.593 
25,744,848 
23.925.633 
22.793.717 
23.609,332 



14.3 
12.4 
12.3 






428,462,834 
332.935,346 
399.867.250 
411,788.666 
458,834,501 
350,025,409 
291,706,229 
382,492,032 
307.968,570 
267,934,004 
361,342.134 



334.986,942 
325,611,373 

286,242,849 



175 



UNITED STATES, 1905. 



principal crops of the United States in 1905. 
United States Agricultural Department.) 



Springwheat. 



Acreage. 



Yield 

per 

acre. 



Production. 



Total 
"Value. 



Oats. 



Acreage. 



Yield 

per 

acre. 



Production. 



Total 
Value. 



Acres. 
7,880 

""\\m. 



356,439 

5,446,183 

902,593 

■■246*,363 

381,299 

3,221,432 

5,401,646 

119,469 

29,468 

254,355 

42,691 

14,803 

178,417 

36,800 

170,900 

843,160 

344,713 



17,990,061 
17,209,020 
16,954,457 
17,620,998 
19,655,813 
16,359,488 
19.234,934 
18,310,430 
16,539,443 
11,834,929 
11,438,010 



Bush. 
23.0 

isis 



15.8 
13.3 
13.8 

ii'.i 
14.0 
13.7 
14.0 
23.8 
25.4 
25.0 
22.2 
23.4 
26.4 
27.0 
23.8 
235 
16.0 



Bushels. 
181,240 

27',467 



5,631,736 
72,434,234 
13,455,783 

'"3,473',7i8 

5,338,186 

44,133,481 

75,623,044 

2.843,363 

748,487 

6,358,875 

947,740 

331,565 

4,710,209 

723,600 

4,067,420 

18.971,100 

5,515,408 



14.7 
12 8 
14.0 



264,516,655 
219,464,171 
237.954.585 
258.274.343 
289;625,717 
172,204,066 
255,597,614 
292,656,673 
222.180,598 
159,750,342 
205,360,813 



Dollars. 
192,114 

■■■■24,726 



4,380,119 

51,428,306 
8,843,606 

"2,466,346 

3,533,303 

29,569,433 

52,179,900 

2,018.787 

538,911 

4,451.212 

852,966 

387,931 

3,155,840 

557,172 

2,643,823 

12,530,926 

3,750,477 



183,385,785 

184,878,501 
156,781,977 



Acres. 

112,817 

12,174 

78,526 

6,372 

1,604 

10,077 

1,258,210 

63,513 

1,161,186 

4,124 

33,160 

176,459 

203,815 

187,509 

833,250 

29,957 

191,853 

90,374 

27,715 

914.440 

193,261 

151,106 

83.182 

223,982 

1,061,360 

1,009,803 

1,343,706 

3.740,375 

2,527,693 

2,151,193 

3,746,148 

733,709 

857,868 

1,886.270 

730;603 

1,197,799 

178,911 

45,548 

137,929 

11,913 

879 

44,067 

6,267 

98,058 

164,540 

281,842 

168,755 

294,442 

201,607 



28,046,746 
37,842,669 
37,638,136 
28,653,144 
38,541,476 
27,364.795 
26,341,380 
25,777,110 
25,730,375 
27,565,985 
27,878,406 



Bush. 
39.5 
33.8 
39.4 
32.0 
29.4 
34.5 
34.3 
32.0 
34.0 
31.2 
37.7 
17.8 
15.3 
16.3 
15.1 
13.0 
16.5 
18.5 
16.0 
31.4 
20.3 
20.2 
24.1 
25.5 
35.8 
35.6 
35.3 
35.5 
39.0 
37.5 
35.0 
27.2 
27.1 
31.0 
39.0 
38.9 
41.3 
39.9 
35.0 
29.5 
31.2 
39.8 
37.2 
39.4 
50.0 
24.1 
38.0 
33.0 
36.0 



34.0 
33.1 

38.4 



Bushels. 

14,343,454 

399,307 

8,093.924 

203,904 

47,158 

347.656 

43,030.782 

2,000,384 

39,480,324 

138,669 

918,633 

3,140,970 

3,118,370 

3.056,397 

3,533,075 

359,484 

3,165,574 

1,671,919 

443,440 

28,713,416 

3.903,898 

3,053,341 

1,980,586 

5,487,559 

37,993,108 

35,948,951 

47,433,822 

132,779,762 

98,579,988 

80,669,700 

131,115,180 

19,684,885 

23,248,223 

58,474,370 

28,10-3,517 

46,594,381 

7,389,024 

1,817,365 

4,827,515 

351,404 

27,435 

1,7.53,867 

233,133 

3,863.485 

8,227,000 

6,792,392 

4,725,140 

9,716.586 

7.357,862 



953.316,197 
894,595,553 
784,094,199 
987,842,713 
736,808,724 
809,125,989 
796,177,713 
730,906,643 
698,767,809 
707,346,404 
834,443,537 



Dollars. 

1,867,685 

171,702 

1,237,570 

87,679 

19.806 

146,016 

15,921,389 

740,143 

14,212,917 

51,468 

330.673 

1,234,978 

1,465,634 

1,681,018 

1,866,700 

186,932 

1,614,443 

835,960 

199,548 

11,485,366 

1.639,217 

1,190,413 

772,429 

1,920,646 

11,777,863 

10.784,685 

12,806,863 

37,178,333 

26,616,597 

19,360,728 

31,467,643 

5,905,466 

6,509,502 

14,033,849 

6,463,809 

10,716,708 

3,177,280 

745,120 

1,979,281 

203,814 

17,K3 

771,701 

131.339 

1,633,664 

3,373,070 

2,930,729 

2,409,821 

2,817,810 

2.395,091 



277,047,537 
279,900,013 
267,661,665 
303,584,853 
393,658,777 
208,669,233 
198,167,975 
186,405,364 
147,974,719 
132,48.5,033 
163,655,068 



176 



CROPS OF THE 



Acreage, production and home value of the 

As estimated by the 



Barley. 



Acreage. 



Yield 
per 
acre. 



Produc- 
tion. 



Total 
value. 



Rye. 



Acreage. 



Yield 
per 
acre 



Produc- 
tion. 



Total 
value. 



Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont , 

Massachusetts... 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania ... 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 

North Carolina.. 
South Carolina. . 

Georgia 

Florida 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Louisiana 

Texas 

Arkansas 

Tennessee 

West Virginia 

Kentucky 

Ohio 

Michigan 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Wisconsin , 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

Kansas 

Nebraska 

South Dakota.... 
North Dakota — 

Montana 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico ... 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Idaho 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 

Oklahoma 

Indian Territory 



Totals— 1905..., 
1904.... 

loas.... 

1902.... 

1901... 

1900.... 

1899.... 

1898.... 

1897.... 

1896.... 

1895. . . 



Acres. 

7.817 

1,522 

12,939 



90,729 
"8,692 



1,436 
2,472 



Bush 
29.0 
20.8 
31.5 



25.7 

Kb 
3i;6 

28.0 



Bushels. 

226,693 

31,658 

507,578 



2,331,735 

"2i7,"366 



Dollars. 

154,151 

33,110 

274,092 



1,259,137 



44,516 
69,216 



21,368 
38,069 



4,843 



1,161 



748 

23,165 

33,499 

9,429 

24,093 

493.063 

1,074.538 

448,515 

1,852 

152,929 

66,49S 

332,080 

690,223 

15.227 

1,188 

18,909 

604 

14,893 

7,799 

6,883 

66,153 

169,314 

59.862 

1.237,533 

14,920 



24.0 

2i!6 

24;6 
26.2 
27 
28.0 
30.0 
29.9 
27.0 
26.0 
23.0 
22.0 
27.5 
30.0 
28.0 
33.0 
31.7 
33.0 
21.0 
44.0 
37.0 
34.0 
40.0 
40.0 
31.0 
21.5 
26.0 



116,232 

25',678 

17.953 

606,923 

904,473 

264.012 

722,790 

14,742,584 

29,012.526 

11.661.390 

42,596 

3,364.438 

1,828.695 

9,962,400 

19,326.244 

502,491 

87.660 

623,997 

12,684 

655.292 

288,563 

234,023 

2,646.120 

6,772,560 

1.855.722 

26,606,960 

387,920 



76,713 



14,294 



7.899 

273.115 

425.102 

118,805 

303.572 

6,044,459 

9.284,008 

3,498,417 

18,742 

1.078,620 

566,895 

2,889.096 

5,797,873 

281,395 

22,319 

330,718 

8,752 

530,787 

152,938 

163,815 

1,270,138 

3,183.103 

964.975 

15,698,106 

155.168 



Acres. 



1.772 
3,938 



135,374 

78,363 
346,265 



17.642 
17,334 

4,226 



3,075 
10,346 

"ii",86i 

11,686 

134.100 

27,535 

71,471 

290,682 

87,672 

66,678 

17,481 

66,815 

125.611 

31,812 

21,284 

1,871 

428 

2,368 



3.701 

"1,566 

2,625 

10,690 

67,403 



Bush 



15.0 
15.5 



16.0 
18.0 
17.0 



11.8 
9.5 

8.1 



12.0 
12.1 

is.o 

18.0 
16.0 
15.4 
18.0 
16.5 
18.2 
17.6 
15.5 
15.7 
18.0 
19.0 
19.5 
20.0 
23.0 
19.0 



18.0 

25 !6 
18.5 
15.0 
13.0 



Bushels. 



26,580 
61,039 



2,165,984 
1,410,534 

5,886,505 



208,176 

164,673 

34,231 



24,900 
125,187 

"l77,9i5 

210,348 

2,145,600 

424,039 

1,286,478 

4,796,253 

1,593,810 

991,865 

270,956 

1,048,996 

2,260,998 

604,428 

415,038 

37,420 

9,844 

44,992 



66,618 

"37,566 

48,562 

160,-350 

876,226 



5,095,528 
5,145.878 
4,993,137 
4,661.063 
4,295,744 
2,894,282 
2.878,229 
2.583,125 
2,719,116 
2.950.539 
3,299,973 



26.8 
27.2 
26.4 



136.651,020 

139,748,958 

131,861,391 

134,954,023 

109,932,924 

58,925,833 

73,381,563 

55,792,2.57 

66,685,127 

69,69.5,223 

87,072.744 



55.047,166 
58.651,807 
60,166,313 
61,898,634 
49,705,163 
34,075,271 
29.594,254 
23;064,359 
25.142,139 
22,491,241 
29,312,413 



1,662,508 
1,793,673 
1,906.894 
1,978.548 
1,987,505 
1,591,362 
1.659.308 
1.643,307 
1; 703,561 
3,831,201 
1.890,345 



16.6 
15.2 
15.4 



27,616,045 
27.234.565 
29,363.416 
33,630,593 
30,344,830 
23.995.927 
23,961,741 
35,667,532 
27.363,324 
24,369,047 
27,210.070 



Dollars. 



17,277 
48,221 



1,451,309 

930,952 

3,826,328 



147,805 

141,619 

40,735 



23,157 
96,394 

"i26"326 
130,416 

1,265,904 
354,433 
771,887 

2,829,789 
844.719 
525,688 
167,993 
566,458 

1,085,279 

296,170 

207,519 

24,323 

6,103 

26,196 



43,302 

"2i,m 

33,993 

129,884 
674,694. 



16,754.657 
18,745,543 
15,993,871 
17,080,793 
16,909,743 
12,295,417 
12,214.118 
11,875,360 
13,239,647 
9,960,769 
11,964,826 



177 



UNITED STATES, 1905. 



principal crops of the United States in 1905. 
United States Agricultural Department.) 





Buckwheat. 








Hat. 




T 

Acreage. ] 
a 


ield 
3er 

ere. 


Production. 


Total 
Value. 


Acreage. 


Yield 

per 

acre. 


Production, 


Total 
Value. 


Acres. B 


ush. 


Bushels. 


Dollars. 


Acres. 


Tons. 


Tons. 


Dollars. 


23,013 3 


0.0 


690,390 


448,754 


1,303,760 


1.08 


1,408.061 


13,939.804 


1,933 2 


3.0 


44,436 


31,550 


619,530 


1.16 


718,656 


9.342.515 


8,027 ] 


9.0 


152,513 


77,782 


861.911 


1.35 


1.163.580 


10,972,559 


2,407 2 


0.0 


48,140 


34,179 


577,061 


1.33 


767,491 


11,681,213 










61.980 


1.09 


67,558 


1,099,169 
7.926,647 


3,454 1 


6 


55,264 


40,343 


484,751 


1.12 


542,921 


331,497 1 


9.0 


6,298,443 


3,716,081 


4,717,641 


1.30 


6,132.933 


63,659,845 


11,835 2 


1.0 


248,535 


156,577 


430,322 


1.13 


474,964 


7.034.217 


232,398 2 


0.0 


4,647,960 


3,602,858 


3,072.021 


1.50 


4,608,032 


54,973,822 


1,416 ] 


7.0 


24,072 


13,721 


75,549 


1.55 


117,101 


1.600,771 


8,134 ] 


9.0 


154,356 


97,244 


286,011 


1.30 


371,814 


4,433.023 


18,637 


8.0 


335,466 


207,989 


440,467 


1.30 


573.607 


7,226.300 


5,776 1 


5.0 


86,640 


57,183 


135,633 


1.60 


201,013 


2,572.966 










59.492 


1.43 


84,479 


1,138.639 

2,080,276 

312,634 

1,314,174 

840,799 

568,353 

6,104.291 

1.254,374 

6,256,673 










88,054 


1.50 


133,081 
19,239 










12,999 


1.48 




... 






55,345 


1.90 


104,966 










43,013 

31,488 


1.75 


75,273 










2.30 


49,432 
751,760 
130,664 
543,114 










395.663 


1.90 










74,665 


1.75 


533 ] 


L6.0 


8,512 


5,788 


339,446 


1.60 


21,131 ] 


9.0 


401,489 


264,983 


522.610 


1.48 


773,463 


9,010,844 










461,033 
2,633,049 


1.30 


599,343 
3,931,753 


6,371.016 
31,374,024 


8,170 ] 


L7.0 


138.890 


86.112 


1.49 


33,333 ] 


L6.0 


533,312 


282,655 


2,084,345 


1.46 


3,043,144 


23,432,209 


5,018 ] 


17.0 


85,306 


55,449 


1,716,133 


1.48 


2.539,875 


19,150,658 


4,208 ] 


16.0 


67,328 


45.783 


2.664.682 


1.35 


3,597,321 


39,749.845 


23,158 ] 


15.0 


347,370 


194,527 


1,789,994 


1.80 


3,221,989 


33,359.420 


4,538 ] 


L4.0 


63,533 


36.2)3 


858,465 


1.75 


1,502,314 


8.713,421 


7,294 ] 


13.0 


94.822 


66,375 


3,038,352 


1.70 


5,165,198 


26.342.510 


1,853 1 


6.0 


29,648 


24,311 


2.812,731 


1.10 


3,094,004 


24,256,991 


1,498 1 


1.0 


16,478 


11,370 


1,759,341 


1.55 


3,726,979 


13,853,(63 


870 ] 


L4.0 


33,180 


7,673 


601.974 


1.75 


1,053,454 


4,361,300 










212,906 


1.60 


340,650 
254,5.56 
580,703 
438,015 
1,762,849 
213.535 


1,369,413 
1,102,227 
4.471.405 
2,657.973 

14,455,362 
2,295.501 
3,954,191 
7,614,699 
3,379.642 
6.995,323 
8,763,670 
6,944,134 

14,309,554 

2,141,988 

307,347 










164,230 


1.55 










363.939 


1 60 










171,306 


2.50 










665,226 


2.65 










79,087 


2.70 










63.685 


3.75 


238,819 

1,141,634 

397 6a5 










351|273 


3.25 










159,042 
382,467 


2.50 










3.10 


1,185.648 
906,374 
897,175 

1,413,886 

436,250 

57,448 










341,990 


3.65 










390,078 

589,119 

305,070 

45,235 


3.30 










2 40 










1 43 




... 






1.27 








760,118 ] 


19.2 


14,585,082 


8,565,499 


39,361,960 


1.54 


60,531,611 


515,959.784 


793,625 ] 


18 9 


15,008,336 


9,330,768 


39,998,603 


1.52 


60.696,038 


529,107,625 


804,393 ] 


LV.7 


14,243.644 


8,650,733 


39,933,759 


1.54 


61,305,940 


556,376,880 






14.529.770 


8,654,704 


39,825,227 


. . 


59,857,576 


542,036.364 


811,164 


... 


15,125,941 
9,566,966 


8,523.318 
5,341,413 


3iEi,m896 








637,930 


50,110,906 


446,538,870 


670,148 


... 


11,094,473 


6,183,675 


41,328,463 


.... 


56,655,756 


411,926,187 


678,332 


. , 


11.721,927 


§'-Ji'*^? 


42,780,837 


.... 


66,376,930 


398.060,647 


717,836 




14.997,451 


6,319.188 


42,426,770 


.... 


60,664.876 


401.390,728 


754,898 


... 


14,089,783 


5,522,339 


43,083,134 


.... 


59,282,158 


sss.i^-i.eu 


763,277 


... 


15,341,399 


6,936,325 


44,206,453 


— 


47,078,541 


393,185,615 



178 



CROPS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1905. 

Acreage, production and home value of the principal crops of the United States in 1905. 
(As estimated by the United States Agricultural Department.) 



Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont , 

Massachusetts . . 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania ... 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 

Nortb Carolina . . 
South Carolina . . 

Geoi'pia 

Florida 

Alabama , 

Mississippi 

Louisiana 

Texas , 

Arkansas 

Tennessee 

West Virginia . . . 

Kentucky 

Ohio 

Michigan , 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Wisconsin 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

Kansas 

Nebraska , 

South Dakota 

North Dakota 

Montana 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Idaho 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 

Oklahoma 

Indian Territory 



Totals- 



-1905 . 
1904.. 
1903.. 
1902.. 
1901.. 
1900.. 
1899.. 
1898.. 
1997.. 
1896.. 
1895.. 



Flaxseed. 



Acreage. 



Acres. 



29,847 
449,008 

74,879 

40,879 
110.555 

18,433 

405,845 

1,357,171 

16,570 



23,848 
2;276 



6,615 



2,534,836 
2,263,565 
3,233,229 
3,739,700 



Yield 
per 
acre. 



Bush 



Produc- 
tion. 



Bushels. 



388,011 

5,073,790 

853,621 

318,154 

884,440 

188,017 

4,545,464 

15,743,184 

165,700 



223,910 
" 27",3i3 



66,150 



28,477,753 
23,400,534 
27.300,510 

29,284,880 



Total 
Value. 



Dollars. 



353,090 

4,363,459 

734,114 

276,794 

734,085 

165,455 

3,772.735 

13,234,275 

135,874 



305,997 
"28',95i 



54,243 



24,049,072 
23,228,758 
^2,291,557 
30,814,661 



Tobacco. 



Acreage. 



Acres. 

i25 

191 

4,488 

'"'isisio 

6,151 

"15,324 

""30^43 

118,447 

136,770 

12,574 

2,036 

5,321 

531 

155 

63 

469 

1,049 

41,503 

4,005 

275,874 

59,329 

6,'244 

1,132 
39,294 



1,665 



776.113 

806,409 

1,037.735 



Yield 

per 

acre. 



Lbs. 

'ijoo 

1,650 
1,850 

i',725 

1,148 

■i",376 

'"650 
675 
608 
736 
525 
600 
450 
430 
500 
500 
700 
768 
790 
830 
850 

■ ' 'm 

900 
1,370 



778 



815.6 
819.0 

786.3 



Produc- 
tion. 



Pounds. 



212,500 
315,150 

8,303,800 



23,011,500 
7,061,348 

20,993,886 



19,593.950 

79,951.735 

83,156,160 

9,354,464 

1,068,900 

3,193,600 

2;W,450 

66,650 

31,500 

234,500 

734,300 

31,873,536 

3,163,950 

228,975.420 

50,344,650 



5,113,836 

1,018,800 

53,832,780 



1,395,370 



633,033,719 
660,460.739 
815,972,425 



Total 
Value. 



Dollars. 



36,125 

53,576 

1,403,173 



3,911,955 
741,443 

'3,367',339 



1,175,577 

6,076,331 

7,317,742 

805,138 

181,713 

574,668 

37,512 

9,998 

7,875 

44,555 

103,802 

2,390,515 

368,936 

16,028,279 

4,338,951 



306,830 

61,138 

538,338 



103.630 



48,674,118 
53,382,959 
55,514,627 



179 



CROPS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1905. 

Acreage, production and home value of the principal crops of the United States in 1905. 
(As estimated by the United States Agricultural Department.) 



Maine 

New Hampshire . 

Vermont 

Massachusetts . . . 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland 

"Virginia 

North Carolina . . 
South Carolina... 

Georgia 

Florida 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Louisiana 

Texas 

Arkansas 

Tennessee 

West Virginia 

Kentucky 

Ohio 

Michigan 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Wisconsin 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

Kansas 

Nebraska 

South Dakota 

North Dakota 

Montana 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Idaho 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 

Oklahoma 

Indian Territory. 



Totals— 1905 
1904, 
1903 
1903 
1901 
1900 
1899 
1898 , 
1897 , 
1896 , 
1895 



Potatoes. 



Acreage. 



Acres. 

103,317 

19,723 

26,566 

29,443 

6.490 

31,931 

428,986 

65,391 

253,797 

7,677 

29,041 

55,105 

25,883 

9,250 

8,627 

4,110 

9,544 

5,863 

9,146 

34,940 

21,934 

23,600 

34,376 

35,445 

161,930 

241,836 

77,818 

149,147 

237,497 

134.471 

166,012 

86,089 

68,564 

87,144 

35,071 

25,425 

13,688 

4,002 

51.052 

1,470 

" "i2!358 
2,806 
11.782 
34,199 
40,488 
50,291 
10,935 
12,497 



2,996,757 
3,015,675 
2,916,855 
2,965,587 

2,611' 054 
2,581,353 
2,557,729 
2,534,577 
2,767,465 
2,954,952 



Yield 

per 

acre. 



Bushels. 
175 
120 

98 

97 
125 

93 

70 

93 

90 

93 

95 

84 

77 

83 

65 

75 

80 
110 

64 

64 

65 

80 

88 

85 

78 

67 

80 

75 

68 

83 

80 

82 

81 

93 

96 

95 
120 
170 
160 

75 

'i32 
120 
140 
142 
110 
165 

77 

76 



87.0 
110.4 

84.7 



Production. 



Bushels. 

18,080,475 

2,366,760 

2,603,468 

2,855,971 

811,250 

2,937,652 

30,029.020 

6,081.363 

22,841,730 

713.961 

2,758,895 

4,628,820 

1,992,991 

767,750 

560,755 

308,250 

763,520 

644,930 

585.344 

2.236,160 

1,425,710 

1,888,000 

3,025,088 

3,012,825 

12,630.540 

16,203.012 

6,225,440 

11,186,025 

16,149,7% 

11,026,622 

13,280,960 

7,059,298 

5,553,684 

8,104,393 

3.366,816 

2,415,375 

1,642,560 

630,340 

8.168,330 

110,250 

' 'l,'63i',256 

336,730 

1,649,480 

4,856.258 

4,453,680 

8,298,015 

841.995 

949,772 



260,741,294 
332.830,300 
247,127,880 
284,632,787 

21oV^K897 
228,783,232 
192,306,338 
164,015,964 
252,234,540 
297,237,370 



Total 
value. 



Dollars. 

11,029,090 

1,704,067 

1,848,462 

2,399,016 

722,013 

2,673,263 

21.020.314 

4,561,022 

14,847,124 

421,237 

1,600,159 

2,592,139 

1,355,234 

790,783 

628 046 

369,900 

671,898 

548,190 

532,663 

2,079,629 

1,040,768 

1,095,040 

1,754,551 

1.596,797 

7,957,240 

9,073,687 

3,610,755 

7,494,637 

10,012,874 

5,513,311 

6,507,670 

3,888,614 

3.832,043 

2,998,635 

1,279,3(» 

917,842 

969,110 

380,990 

4,655,943 

98,122 

""7bi",440 

276,110 

791,750 

2,233,879 

2,672,2(» 

5,559,670 

740,956 

778,813 



160,821,080 
150,673,392 
151.638,094 
134,1U,436 

'9d,8li',i67 
89,328,832 
79.574,773 
89,643,059 
72,182,359 
81,984,905 



180 



EXPORTS OF FLOUR AND GRAIN FROM THE 
UNITED STATES FOR A SERIES OF YEARS. 

Compiled Jrorti figures taken from puhlications of the United States Department of 

Commerce and Labor. 



By crop 
yeai-8 end- 
ingJuneSO 


Flour, 


Wheat, 


Corn, 


Oats. 


Rye, 


Barley, 


Brls. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


1905 


8,826,355 


4,394,402 


88,807,223 


5,479,308 


1,423 


10,661,655 


1904 


16,999,432 


44.230,169 


55.8.58,965 


1,153.714 


765,108 


10,881,627 


1903 


19,716.484 


114.181,420 


74,833,237 


4,613,809 


5,432.731 


8.429,141 


1903 


17,759,203 


154,856,102 


26,636,552 


9,971,139 


2,697,863 


8.714.268 


1901 


18,650,979 


132,060,667 


177.817,956 


37,146,813 


2,326,883 


6,293.207 


1900 


18,699,194 


101,950,389 


209,348,284 


41,369,415 


2,355,792 


23,661.662 


1899 


18,485,690 


139,432,815 


174,089,094 


30,309.778 


10,140,866 


2,267.403 


1898 


15.349,943 


148,231,261 


208,744,939 


69,130,287 


15,541,575 


11,237,077 


1897 


14.569,.545 


79,562,020 


176.916,365 


35,096,736 


8,560,271 


19,030,301 


1896 


14,620,864 


00,650.080 


99,992,835 


13,012.590 


988,466 


7,680,331 


1895 


15.268,892 


76,102,704 


27,691,137 


569,977 


9,437 


1,563.754 


18«4 


16,859,531 


88,415.230 


65,324,841 


5,740,266 


230,823 


5,219,405 



By calen- 














dar years 


Flour, 


Wheat, 


Corn, 


Oats, 


Rye, 


Barley, 


ending De- 


Brls. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


Bu. 


cember 31 














1905 


11,344,432 


20,738.635 


111,365,931 


28,822,001 


470,267 


13,769,219 


1904 


11,542,618 


13,015.277 


46,498,607 


1,220,134 


94,455 


8,485.248 


1903 


19,555,311 


73,372,755 


91,733,780 


1,494,857 


2,758,395 


9,799,564 


1903 


18.327,767 


129.466,280 


18.723,960 


5,968,663 


4,855,263 


8,712.874 


1901 


19,362,330 


179,201,418 


103,359,089 


25,929,043 


2,617,870 


8,666,110 


1900 


18,632,509 


99,079,153 


190,386,489 


32,160,642 


1,996,683 


12,319,162 


1899 


18,717.161 


109,635,161 


206.135,233 


41,085,122 


4,852,340 


16,941,846 


1898 


16,569,904 


149.245,685 


207,309,381 


49,919,866 


15,718,571 


4,640,955 


1897 


13,596.369 


109.909,328 


189.127,570 


.')2,239,051 


10,582,992 


15,896,885 


1898 


15,855,836 


83,755,829 


131,960,530 


30,517,428 


5,323,899 


16,668,489 


1895 


14.528,761 


66,804.686 


61,956,638 


2,038.554 


1,434 


3,540,811 


1894 


16,056,390 


72,533,389 


41.806,711 


631,961 


8,674 


2,374,683 



/ 



181 



GRAIN CROPS OF THE WORLD. 

37i€ latest official and comimercial estimates revised up to January 31, 1906. 

(Furnished by the Board's special foreign correspondent, Mr. George J. S Broomhall, 
Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society.) 





Wheat. 
(Mille bu.) 


Rye. 

(Mille bu.) 


Barley. 

(Mille bu ) 


Oats. 
(Mille bu.) 




1905. 


1904. 


1905. 


1904. 


1905. 


1904. 


1905. 


1904. 


Austria 


45,600 

156,800 

12,800 

1,600 

128,000 

4,000 

4,800 

5,600 

12,800 

337,600 

60,000 

♦633,600 

100,000 

49,600 

10,400 

16.000 

4,000 

1 160,000 

4,000 

88,000 

4,000 

1,600 

24,000 

9,600 

4,800 

8,800 

32,000 

16,000 
282,400 

16,000 

72,000 

184,000 

8,000 

14,400 

5,440 

640,000 

88,000 


53,700 

136,800 

12,000 

2,000 

139,200 

4,000 

5,200 

6,500 

14,000 

297,600 

37,900 

♦662,500 

52,100 
52,000 
10,400 
14,000 

4,000 
146,400 

5,000 
95,200 

3.000 

1.500 
34,500 
10.200 

5,000 
10,000 

30.000 

20,000 

275,000 

20,000 

60,000 

125.000 

10,000 

13,000 

16,000 

552,400 

72,600 


71,800 
49,800 


85,600 

41,000 

2,200 


64.700 
59,300 


64,200 

47,900 

2,800 


88,900 
67,900 


92,300 


Hung'ary 


52,200 


Croatia and Slavonia 


4,400 


Bosnia and Herzesovina 




Germany 

Denmark 


336,000 
16,000 
24,000 
12,000 
18.400 
57,600 

♦685,600 

7.200 
9,600 


367,200 
19,000 
20,300 
13,700 
21.000 
49,900 

♦938,600 

2,000 
11,200 


120,000 
16,000 
12,800 
3.600 
3.200 
42,400 
60,000 

♦331,200 

25,600 
16,800 


129,600 
23,000 
13.700 
4,000 
3,500 
38.500 
62,500 

*329,200 

10,400 
18,400 


384,000 
40,000 
60,000 
21,600 
23,300 
270,960 
168,000 

♦789,600 

18,400 
9,600 


402,400 
40,000 


Sweden 


48,600 


Holland 


17,500 


Belgium 


34,000 


France 

Great Britain and Ireland 


247,900 
176,800 


Russia and Poland ) 

Caucasus > 

Siberia ) 

Roumania 


•911,900 
12.000 


Bulgaria and Roumelia 


7,200 


Servia 




Turkey in Europe 

Greece 


























Italy 


4,000 


2,700 


10,400 


6,000 


20,000 


13,500 


Switzerland 




Spain 


20,000 













Portugal 












Cyprus, Malta, etc 














Algeria 






24.000 
9,600 


38,500 
al4,400 


5,600 


8,000 


Tunis 






4.500 


Cape Colony and Natal 






Esrypt 














Syria ( 

Asia Minor ( 


























Persia 















India 














Japan ,,.. 






44,000 


65,000 






Australia , 










Argentine 














Uruguay 














Chili 














Mexico 














United States 


28.000 
3.200 


27,200 
2,500 


128.000 
41.600 


139,700 
39,000 


784,000 
156,000 


894 600 


Canada 


173,000 


Total 


3,246,240 


3,004,200 


1,343,200 


1,603,100 


1,013 200 


1,050,300 


2,907,760 


3,140,800 







(*) 72 Governments. 

(+) Returns not complete. 

{a) Preliminary estimate. 



182 



WHEAT CROP ESTIMATES 

Issued by the Hungarian Minister of Agriculture, at Budapesth, September 4, 1905. 

(Furnished by the Board's special foreign correspondent, Mr. George J. S. Broomhall, 

Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society.) 

GENERAL SUMMARY. 



1905. 



1904. 



Wheat— Aggregate production of the importing countries 
Deficit as compared with their annual consumption — 

Aggregate production of exporting countries 

Surplus available by them for export 

Total World's crop 

Net deficit or surplus of stocks and production com- 
pared with consumption 

Rye— Total World's crop 

Oats— Total World's crop 

Maize— Total World's crop 

Barley- Total World's crop 



bu. 

879.000,000 
557,000.000 

2,315,000,000 
547,000.000 

3,196.000,000 



10,000,000 



1,432.000.000 
2,912.000.000 
3.280.000,000 
1,264,000,000 



bu. 

881,000.000 
557,000,000 

2,307,000,000 
583,000,000 

3.104.000.000 



+ 26,000,000 



1.440,000,000 
2,832,000,000 
2.960.000,000 
1.280,000,000 



t Surplus, 



* Deficit. 



WORLD'S WHEAT CROP IN DETAIL. 



CHIEF IMPORTING COUNTRIES. 




1904. 



Gjreat Britain 

France 

Germany 

Austria 

Italy 

Holland 

Switzerland . . . 

Belgium 

Denmarli 

Scandinavia. . 

Spain 

Portugal 

Greece 

Egypt 



CHIEF EXPORTING COUNTRIES. 



Russia, Siberia and Caucasus 

Hungary. Croatia and Slavonia . 

Roumania 

Bulgaria and Eastern Rumelia . 

Servia 

Turkey 

East Indies 

Australia 

Argentina 

Ohm 

United States 

Canada 

Algiers 

Tunis and Tripoli 

Uruguay 

Mexico 

Japan 

Persia 

Cyprus 

Cape, etc 



bu. 

61.500.000 

307,300,000 

136,200.000 

46,000.000 

156,400.000 

4.400,000 

4,800.000 

11,800,000 

4.400.000 

5.600,000 

110,400,000 

8.500,000 

8,800,000 

13.600.000 



557,500,000 

170,000,000 
79,100.000 
39,400,000 
13.600,000 
63.300,000 

276.700.000 
56;700,000 

154.600,000 
14,700,000 

675.300,000 
99,400,000 
22.100,000 
11.800.000 
7.400,000 
14.700,000 
20,200,000 
22,100.000 
1,800,000 
14,700.000 



bu. 

46,400,000 

343,600,000 

126,500,000 

37,800,000 

137,800,000 

4.200.000 

5.300.000 

15,100,000 

3,800,000 

5,700,000 

133,100,000 

9,100.000 

9,800;000 

12,500.000 



575,800,000 

150,700.000 

44,600,000 

43,400,000 

10,200.000 

56,600,000 

359.500,000 

64,200.000 

134,000,000 

28,300,000 

596,600,000 

102,000.000 

35,500.000 

15,100,000 

7,600,000 

13,200,000 

26,400,(X)0 

24,900,000 

3,000,000 

15,100,000 



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184 



WINTER AND SPRING WHEAT RAISED 



Counties. 



HOKTHERN DIVISION, 



Boone 

Bureau 

Carroll 

Cook 

DeKalb 

DuPage 

Grundy 

Henderson . . 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jo Daviess... 

Kane 

Kankakee ... 

Kendall 

Knox... 

Lake.. 

La Salle 

Lee 

Livingston . . 

Marshall 

McHenry 

Mercer 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Putnam 

Rock Island. 

Stark 

Stephenson . 

Warren 

Whiteside . . . 

Will 

Winnebago . . 
Woodford . . . 



CENTRAL DIVISION. 



Adams 

Brown . 

Calhoun 

Cass 

Champaign.. 

Christian 

Clark 

Coles 

Cumberland 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

Edsar 

Ford 

Fulton 

Greene 

Hancock 

Jersey 



S'^ . 

cS 3 » 
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fc, O CO 

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59 

212 

737 

3,779 

304 

1,2.30 

60 

11,144 

3,105 

450 

7,869 

268 

336 

484 

3,129 

1,459 

1,207 

518 

8.054 

1,806 

706 

3,181 

232 

18,148 

582 

1,071 

1,086 

6,117 

5,213 

883 

482 

264 

1,094 



76,341 

14,553 

17,965 

15,071 

149 

18,692 

7,486 

5,853 

2,482 

2,679 

5,341 

8,989 



40.073 
33,071 
26,445 
31,241 



2^ 



^73 



1,147 

4,041 

12,132 

75,570 

6,050 

25,720 

1,128 

261,930 

62,620 

6,420 

156,328 

5,907 

6,420 

9,164 

6.3,733 

27,813 

26,228 

11,258 

138,809 

35,804 

17,086 

62,753 

4,486 

352,350 

9,401 

20,622 

15,655 

110.495 

106,552 

17,542 

9,165 

4,395 

14,938 



1.374,918 
236,302 
323370 
313,216 

394^258 
133,440 
111,248 

44.748 

56,2.38 

108,786 

152,226 



996,566 
481.960 
428,317 
386,015 



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79 

283 

983 

5,039 

405 

1,640 

80 

14,859 

4,140 

600 

10,492 

357 

448 

645 

4,172 

1,945 

1,609 

691 

10,739 

2,408 

941 

4,241 

309 

24,197 

776 

1,428 

1,448 

8,156 

6,951 

1,177 

643 

352 

1,459 



101,788 

19;404 

23,953 

10,095 

199 

24.923 

9,981 

7,804 

3,309 

3,572 

7,121 

11,985 



53,431 

44,095 
35,26'3 
41,655 



c 
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3 
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15,791 
41,112 
18,963 
1,838,735 
31,756 
28,196 
24,136 
10,836 
40,049 
38,014 
24,533 
78,792 
37,154 
11,467 
43,612 
34,504 
87,976 
29,894 
42,035 
16,370 
29,759 
20,945 
29,129 
88,608 
4,746 
55,249 
10.186 
34,933 
23,163 
34,710 
74,764 
47,845 
21,822 



67.058 
11,557 
8,917 
17,222 
47,622 
32,790 
24,033 
34,146 
16.124 
18,972 
19,097 
28,273 
18,359 
46,201 
23,402 
32.215 
14,612 



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63,164 
164,448 

75,852 

7,354,940 

127,024 

112,784 

96,544 

43,344 
160,196 
152,056 

98,132 
315,168 
148,616 

45,868 
174,448 
138,016 
351,904 
119,576 
168,140 

65,480 
119.036 

83,780 
116,516 
354,432 

18,984 
220,996 

40,744 
139,732 

92,652 
1.38,840 
299,056 
191,380 

87,288 



268,232 
46,228 
35,668 
68,888 

190,488 

131,160 
96,132 

136,584 
64,496 
75,888 
76,388 

113,092 
73,436 

184,804 
93,608 

128,860 
5S,44S 






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164,731 

76,835 

7.359,979 

127,429 

114,424 

96,624 

58,203 
164,336 
152,656 
108,624 
315,525 
149,064 

46,513 
178,620 
139,961 
353,513 
120,267 
178,879 

67,888 
119,977 

88,021 
116,825 
378,629 

19,760 
222,424 

42,192 
147,888 

99,603 
140,017 
299,699 
191,733 

88,747 



370,020 

65,632 

59,621 

88,983 

190,687 

156,083 

106,113 

144,388 

67,805 

79,460 

83,509 

125,077 

73.436 

238,235 

137.703 

164,120 

100,103 



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47,764' 



6,949 



1,004,898 
170,670 
263,749 
224,23:3 



238,175 
27,327 



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27,149 



658,331 
344,257 

264,197 
285,912 






I 62,096 

160,690 

64,703 

7,284,409 

121,379 

88,704 

95,496 



101,716 
146,236 



309,618 

142,644 

37,349 

114,887 

113,148 

327,285 

109,009 

40,070 

32,084 

102,891 

25,268 

112,339 

26,279 

10,359 

201,802 

26,537 

37,393 



122,475 

290,534 

187,337 

73,803 



187,433 



33,140 

23,057 
23,222 



73,436 



185 



AND CONSUMED IN THE STATE OF ILLINOIS. 



Counties. 



Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Mason 

McDonough 

McLean 

Menard 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Moultrie . 

Piatt 

Pike 

Sangamon 

Schuyler 

Scott 

Shelby 

Tazewell 

Vermilion 

SOUTHERN DIVISION 

Alexander 

Bond 

Clay 

Clinton 

Crawford 

Edwards 

EflSngham , 

Fayette 

Franklin , 

Gallatin 

Hamilton 

Hardin 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Johnson 

Lawrence 

Madison 

Marion 

Massac 

Monroe 

Perry 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Randolph 

Richland 

Saline 

St.01air 

Union 

Wabash 

Washington 

Wayne 

White 

Williamson 



"■Si 

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6,390 

9,358 

32,236 

42,812 

18,627 

6,599 

6,889 

29,852 

10,224 

2,568 

3,821 

47,220 

30,624 

16,385 

24,417 

12,462 

34,775 

4,925 



14,169 

16,706 

3,854 

44,504 

5,600 

5,679 

3,748 

18,109 

2,999 

51,450 

1,028 

2,416 

37,890 

1,837 

3,056 

4,735 

14,522 

91,276 

2,204 

7,610 

28,681 

30,840 

9,203 

12,980 

88,032 

1,918 

7,851 

86,099 

37,704 

14,014 

71,243 

696 

24,611 

12,206 



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0} S 



137,764 
183,500 
511,000 
762,912 
326,360 
156,725 
157,888 
434,415 
188,120 
51,360 
92,560 
595,466 
612,480 
365,299 
430,778 
181,256 
558,100 
86,440 



170,132 

284,161 

52,980 

508,084 

69,627 

73,615 

44,124 

452,315 

38,033 

514,960 

18,953 

22,104 

432,5.32 

20,826 

39,325 

50,188 

198,300 

1,505,301 

22,170 

72.290 

401,534 

278,253 

83,146 

142,780 

958,672 

16.270 

57,180 

1,064,678 

421,284 

235,858 

693,780 

11,958 

317,724 

125,236 



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»:> 
ei u • 

" o ^ 



8,520 

12,477 

42,981 

57,083 

24,836 

8,799 

9,185 

39,803 

13,632 

3,424 

5,095 

62,960 

40,832 

21,847 

32,556 

16,616 

46,367 

6,567 



18,892 

22,275 

5,139 

59,339 

7,467 

7,572 

4,997 

24,145 

3,999 

68,600 

1,.371 

3,221 

50,520 

2,449 

4,075 

6,313 

19,363 

121,701 

2,93^ 

10.147 

38,241 

41,120 

12,271 

17,307 

117,376 

2,557 

10,468 

114,799 

50,272 

18,685 

94,991 

928 

32,815 

16,275 



a 
o 



s 
a 

c 



28,680 
44,003 
42,256 
17,491 
28,412 
67,843 
14,336 
30,836 
35,006 
15,224 
17,706 
31,595 
71,593 
16,129 
10,455 
32,126 
33.221 
65,635 



19,384 
16,078 
19,553 
19,824 
19,240 
10,345 
20,465 
28,065 
19,675 
15,836 
20,197 
7,448 
33,871 
20,160 
28,133 
15,667 
16,523 
64,694 
30,446 
13,110 
13,847 
19,830 
13,585 
14,554 
28,001 
16,391 
21,685 
86,685 
22,610 
12,583 
19,526 
27,626 
25,386 
27,796 



o 
u 

•I 



114,720 

176,012 

169,024 

69,964 

113,648 

271,372 

57,344 

123,344 

140,024 

60,896 

70,824 

126,380 

286,372 

64,516 

41,820 

128,504 

132,884 

262,540 



77,536 
64,312 
78,212 
79.2% 
76,960 
41,380 
81,860 

112,260 
78,700 
63,344 
80,788 
29,792 

135,484 
80,640 

112,532 
62,668 
66.092 

258,776 

121,784 
52,440 
55,388 
79,320 
54,340 
58,216 

112,004 
65,564 
86,740 

346,740 
90,440 
50,332 
78,104 

110,504 

101,544 

111,184 



2 c- a 

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123,240 

188,489 

212,005 

127,047 

137,484 

280.171 

66,529 

163,147 

153,656 

64,320 

75,919 

189,340 

327,204 

86,363 

74,376 

145,120 

179,251 

269,107 



%,428 

86,587 

83,351 

138,635 

84,427 

48,952 

86,857 

136,405 

82,699 

131,944 

82,159 

33,013 

186,004 

83,089 

116,607 

68,981 

85,455 

380,477 

124,723 

62,587 

93,629 

120.440 

66;611 

75,523 

229,380 

68,121 

97,208 

461,539 

140,712 

69,018 

173,095 

111,4.32 

134,359 

127,459 



p. 

3 
CD 



14,524 



298,995 
635,865 

188,876 



91.359 

271,268 

34,464 



16,641 
406,126 
285,276 
378,936 
356,402 

36,136 
378,849 



73,704 
197,574 



389,449 
"24^663 



315,910 
*383',6i6 



246,528 



112,845 
1,124,824 



9,703 

307,905 

157,813 

16,5.35 

67,257 

729,292 



603,139 
280,572 
166,841 
520,685 



183,365 



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123,446 



12.960 



182,667 



30,371 

"u,m 

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77,282 
18,793 



51,851 
40,02^ 



99,474 
"2,223' 



♦IJ^ bushels per acre. 



t4 bushels per capita. 



186 



CORN CROP 



Counties. 



NORTHERN DIVISION. 

Booce 

Bureau 

Carroll 

Cook 

DeKalb 

DuPage 

Grundy 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jo Daviess 

Kane 

Kanlrakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lee 

Livingston 

Marstiall 

McHenry 

Mercer 

Ogle. 

Peoria 

Putnam 

Rock Island 

Stark 

Stephenson 

Warren 

Whiteside 

Will 

Winnebago 

Woodford 

CENTRAL DIVISION. 

Adams 

Brown 

Calhoun 

Cass 

Champaign 

Christian 

Clark 

Coles 

Cumberland 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

Tldgar 

Ford 

Fulton 

Greene 

Hancock 

Jersey 



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52,398 
91,912 
bY,609 
43,318 

144,261 
30.038 
87,197 
61,903 

153,090 

146,388 
70,148 
81,411 
99,618 
70,110 

113,705 
40,663 

155,309 

151.359 

273.263 
52,882 
84,426 
90,600 

135,741 
86,958 
28,312 
26,281 
61,329 
75,867 

116,364 
99,833 
77,878 
62,480 

107,267 



97,487 
28,359 
10,510 
51.545 

234,931 

141,431 
48,497 
71,633 
42,103 
86,302 
78,741 
89,739 

129,153 
78,648 
44,831 

111,864 
37,553 



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45 
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40 
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37 
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42 
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37 
40 
42 



38 
43 
45 
39 
65 
42 
35 
42 
31 
40 
42 
46 
38 
43 
60 
42 
43 



2,462,706 
4,136,040 
3,312,841 
1,732,730 
5,770,040 
1,201,520 
3,051,895 
1,857,060 
6,083,600 
6,001,908 
3,507,400 
2,849,385 
3,785,484 
2,594,070 
3,982,825 
1,581,918 
5,435,815 
6,811,155 
11,203,783 
2,115,380 
3.799,170 
3.574,200 
6,429,640 
3,304,404 
1,052,480 
840,992 
2,453,160 
2,655,345 
4,883,088 
4,093,153 
3.881,486 
2.099,200 
4,505,214 



3,704,506 
1,191.078 
472,950 
2 010,255 
14,620,515 
5,940,102 
1,697.395 
3.008,544 
1,305.193 
3,452,080 
3.307,122 
4,127.994 
4,907.814 
3,381,864 
2,689,860 
4,698,288 
1,577,226 



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40 
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38 
37 
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37 
36 
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$ 935,828 
1,613,056 
1,258,879 

779,734 
2,250,316 

480.608 
1,190,239 

742,824 
2,311,768 
2,280,725 
1,397,738 
1,139,754 
1,400,639 

985,747 
1,473,645 

632,767 
3,065.610 
2,452,016 
4,257,437 

803,806 
1,709,626 
1,393,938 
2,117,560 
1,255,673 

410,467 

344.807 

956,733 
1,035,584 
1,855,573 
1,514,467 
1,123,779 

902,656 
1,711,981 



1.481,802 

464,520 

179,721 

743,794 

5,994,411 

2,197,838 

611,063 

1,113,161 

469.869 

1.311,790 

1,190,564 

1,444,798 

1,864,969 

1.352,746 

1,075,944 

1,832,332 

552,029 






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9 50 
8 15 

12 40 
765 

10 35 
8 65 

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10 30 
14 10 

7 15 

9 90 
9 40 

10 05 

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873,164 

551,013 

637,143 

1,103,530 

310,893 

754,254 

523,072 

1,566,627 

2,064,071 

501,558 

805,969 

936,409 

704,605 

933,119 

333,608 

1,353,003 

1,611,973 

3,104,125 

523,533 

814,711 

1.019.130 

1,425,280 

804,361 

236,808 

228,645 

622,489 

675,216 

1,244,025 

1,088.180 

786,568 

422,464 

1,110,313 



969,996 

386,436 

93,488 

538,336 

1,956,900 

1,294,094 

346,753 

773,636 

303,143 

802,609 

700,795 

919,835 

1,353,784 

739,291 

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435,985 
219,752 
745,341 
216,654 
796.180 
333,785 
464,220 
281,142 
540,526 
300,159 
807,607 
840,043 

2,153,312 
280,274 
894,915 
374,808 
693,280 
451,312 
173,659 
116,163 
334,343 
360,368 
611,548 
436,387 
337,311 
480,192 
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87,333 
215,458 
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903,744 
264,309 
339,535 
166,727 
509,181 
489,769 
534,973 
613,185 
613,455 
611,943 
909,454 
253,483 



OF ILLINOIS. 



187 



Counties. 



Logan , 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Mason 

McDonough 

McLean 

Menard . 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Moultrie 

Piatt 

Pike 

Sangamon 

Schuyler 

Scott 

Shelby 

Tazewell 

Vermilion 

SOUTHERN DIVISION, 

Alexander 

Bond 

Clay 

Clinton 

Crawford 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Gallatin 

Hamilton 

Hardin 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Johnson 

Lawrence 

Madison 

Marion 

Massac 

Monroe 

Perry 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Randolph 

Richland 

Saline 

St. Clair 

Union 

Wabash 

Washington 

Wayne 

White 

Williamson 



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131,303 

130,316 

68,355 

93,707 

234,089 

65,175 

104,255 

121,690 

86,304 

99,912 

117,602 

168,388 

38,680 

35,a34 

116.988 

116.878 

168,719 



12,628 
36.2S0 
44,580 
51,824 
37,121 
25.708 
52,300 
54,813 
43,679 
42,774 
52,395 
11,367 
22,532 
41,293 
32,778 
30,675 
33,180 
82,926 
50.544 
25,749 
15,578 
16,681 
28,612 
14,199 
25.440 
26,713 
32,845 
52,704 
28,142 
22,753 
39,841 
63,670 
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2,934,336 
4,196,304 
4,704,080 
6,567,132 
1,663,240 
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1,292,820 

1,658,368 

1,224,993 

976,904 

1,673,600 

1,918,455 

1,397,728 

1,796,508 

2,148,195 

227,340 

856,216 

1,445,255 

655,560 

828,225 

1,194,480 

3,317,040 

1,516,320 

849,717 

623,120 

417,025 

743,912 

425,970 

763,200 

667.825 

1,083,885 

2,108,160 

1,125,680 

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1,195,230 

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1,061,049 
1,267,741 
1,618,477 
1,085,704 
1,594,595 
1,693,469 
2,429,839 
648,664 
648,129 
2,000,495 
1,823,297 
2,871,597 



154,188 
481,073 
478,343 
646,763 
428,747 
371,223 
602,496 
767,382 
447,273 
638,778 
773,350 
79,569 
342,486 
578,102 
229,446 
306,443 
453,902 
1,393.157 
530,712 
314,395 
249.248 
145,959 
275.247 
170,388 
267,130 
260,452 
401,037 
801,101 
393,988 
353,582 
418,330 
777,411 
833,290 
480,175 



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819,278 

1,017,257 

1,431,398 

336,516 

308,299 

766,271 

1,237,219 

1,847,473 



110,495 
243,076 
289,770 
321,309 
283,976 
210.806 
350,410 
493,317 
255,522 
403.076 
374,624 
121,058 
182,509 
303,503 
208,140 
233,130 
303,597 
638,530 
300,737 
199,565 
158.896 
88.409 
267,522 
136.310 
265,848 
196,340 
290,678 
479,606 
256,093 
227,530 
231.078 
534,828 
516,572 
391,000 



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844,279 
957,823 
473,333 
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1,296,853 
386,488 
480,616 
498,929 
265,816 
775,317 
676,212 
998,541 
312,148 
339,830 

1,334,224 
596,078 

1,024,134 



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237,997 
188,573 
325,454 
144,771 
160,417 
252,086 
274,065 
191,751 
236,702 
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274,599 

21,306 

73,313 

150,305 

754,627 

229,975 

114,840 

90,352 

57,550 

7,725 

34,078 

1.272 

64,113 

110.359 

321,495 

137.896 

126.053 

187,252 

242,583 

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* If the crop were sold at the prevailing price December 1 , it would return this amount to the 
producer. 



188 



m 



OATS CROP 



Counties. 



NORTH EEN DIVISION, 

Boone 

Bureau 

Carroll 

Cook 

DeKalb 

DuPage 

Grundy 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

JoUavless 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox... 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lee 

Livingston 

Marshall 

McHenry 

Mercer 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Putnam 

Kock Island 

Stark 

Stephenson 

Warren 

Whiteside 

Will 

Winnebago '. 

Woodford 

CENTRAL DIVISION. 

Adams 

Brown 

Calhoun 

Cass 

Champaign 

Christian 

Clark 

Coles 

Cumberland 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

Edgar 

Ford 

Pulton 

Greene 

Hancock 

Jersey 



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2,217,375 
2,030,400 
3,167,948 
3,613,092 
1,187,230 
1,479,320 
281,730 
2,697,471 
3,950,835 
1,420,640 
2,811,550 
3,399,060 
3.304,112 
1,074,600 
1,382,040 
4,816,539 
4,121,670 
4,472,416 
1,770,116 
1,713,320 
1,374,143 
3,982,920 
1,805,845 
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282,253 
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1,975,015 
1,993,720 
2,309,530 
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695,009 
649,496 
278,861 
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253.939 
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598,882 
428,672 
200,144 
301.536 
994,183 
961,723 
1.048,222 
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385,497 
289,684 
771,691 
438,248 
116,773 

56,779 
248,639 
490,932 
513,383 
478,019 
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10,296 

102,220 

1,168,826 

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162,412 

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68,506 
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14.189 



OF ILLINOIS. 



189 



Counties. 



Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Mason 

McDonough 

McLean 

Menard 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Moultrie 

Piatt 

Pike , 

Sangamon . . , 

Schuyler 

Scott , 

Shelby 

Tazewell ... 

Vermilion 

SOUTHEKN DIVISION 

Alexander.. 

Bond 

Clay 

Clinton 

Crawford 

Edwards 

EflBngham 

Payette 

Franklin. 

Gallatin 

Hamilton 

Hardin 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Johnson 

Lawrence . . 

Madison 

Marion 

Massac 

Monroe 

Ferry 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Randolph 

Richland 

Saline 

St.Olair 

Union 

Wabash 

Washington 

Wayne 

White 

Williamson 



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51,668 
23,027 
18,160 
42,899 
35.650 
17,265 
25,843 
25,363 
20,996 
48,491 
14,658 
30,140 
5,633 
1,921 
47,650 
50,263 
63,705 



1,028 

16,654 

15,150 

26,007 

3,840 

9,032 

23,704 

12,697 

14,054 

2,503 

20,082 

1,872 

2,934 

4,488 

19,165 

10,409 

5,087 

12,049 

6,323 

2.597 

4,563 

21,535 

5,022 

1,849 

4,302 

9,848 

30,343 

4,521 

9,715 

4.903 

32,420 

3.554 

17,587 

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671,872 

1,891,149 

322,476 

994,620 

174,623 

74,919 

1,191,250 

2,111,046 

2,866,725 



29,812 

399,696 

378,750 

650,175 

103,680 

234,832 

308,152 

355,516 

365,404 

55,066 

441,804 

56,160 

73,350 

85,272 

670,775 

291,453 

142,436 

385,568 

94,845 

64,925 

164,233 

172,280 

100,440 

53,621 

107,550 

206,808 

610,290 

123,067 

291,450 

132,575 

648,400 

88,850 

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779,153 
191,585 
137,290 
428,990 
417,105 
155,385 
154,541 
209,245 
167,968 
491,699 
83,844 
248,655 
43,656 
17980 
297,813 
591.093 
688,014 



9,242 
99,924 

109,837 

201,554 
26,957 
65,753 
73,956 
88,879 

105,967 
17,070 

136,959 
19,656 
22,005 
21,318 

228,063 

102,008 
34,185 

119,526 
28,453 
20,127 
54,196 
51,684 
27,119 
17,159 
23.661 
51,702 

183,087 
36,620 
87,435 
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457,262 
201,486 
149.820 
422,555 
351,052 
164,017 
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202,904 
184,765 
380,654 
135,586 
260,711 
44,782 
16,617 
302,577 
525,248 
576,530 



7,556 

122,407 
84,082 

189,851 
29,568 
53,740 

175,410 

106,655 
95,567 
20,650 

152,623 
12,168 
21,418 
28,948 

114,990 
66,097 
31,794 

108,441 
35,409 
17,400 
37,865 

118,443 
40,176 
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73,860 

134,264 
31,195 
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194,520 
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6,435 
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111,045 



1,363 



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1,686 



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12,013 


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4,309 




. . . . ..... 


14,412 




22,158 


48,823 


5,425 




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9,901 
12,530 



8,632 



16,797 



51,742 

12,056 

1,126 

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22,483 



2,611 



3,187 

6,484 

2,488 

35,174 



♦ If the crop were sold at the pre^^ailing price August 
producer. 



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190 



WINTER RYE CROP 



Counties. 



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Boone 

Bureau 

Carroll 

Cook 

DeKalb 

DuPage 

Grundy 

Henderson . . 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jo Daviess. . . 

Kane 

Kankakee . . . 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lee 

Livingston . . 

Marshall 

McHenry — 

Mercer 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Putnam 

Rock Island. 

Stark 

Stephenson . . 

Warren 

Whiteside.... 

Will 

Winnebago . . 
Woodford — 



CENTRAL DIVISION. 



Adams 

Brown 

Calhoun 

Cass 

Champaign . . 
Christian — 

Clark 

Coles 

Cumberland . 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

Edgar 

Ford 

Fulton 

Greene 

Hancock 

Jersey 



3,066 

640 
5,030 
2,113 
1,278 
1.593 
47 

717 
5,2T/ 

250 
4,304 
1,536 
1,221 

551 

943 
1,069 

536 
2,061 

608 

168 
1,273 
5,027 
3,241 

578 

240 
3,818 

523 
10,001 

983 
2,667 

748 
10,930 

239 



327 

30 

15 

337 

59 

165 

243 

144 

136 

311 

205 

1,019 

26 

332 

51 

664 



14 

14 
18 
26 
31 
25 
15 
20 
21 
20 
20 
31 
19 
20 
20 
22 
25 
20 
20 
19 
25 
18 
14 
17 
15 
15 
14 
20 
17 
17 
15 
19 
20 



16 
12 
16 
19 
25 
19 
25 
23 
16 
18 
23 
15 
21 
20 
23 
14 
14 



42,934 

8,960 
90,360 
54,938 
26,838 
39,825 
705 
14,340 
110,817 

5,000 
86,080 
47,616 
23,199 
11,020 
18,860 
23,518 
13,400 
41,220 
13,160 

3,193 
31,825 
90,486 
45,374 

9,826 

3,600 
57,270 

7,323 

200,020 

16,711 

45,339 

11,220 

207,670 

4,780 



5,232 

360 

240 

6,403 

1,475 

3,135 

6,075 

3,312 

2.176 

5,598 

4,715 

15,285 

546 

6,640 

1.123 

9,396 

112 



$0 57 
50 
56 
60 
56 
65 
56 
50 
60 
58 
58 
63 
54 
56 
56 
63 
60 
50 
59 
60 
57 
50 
53 
57 
54 
48 
37 
60 
53 
52 
65 
65 
65 



53 
62 
50 
60 
55; 
60 
54 
61 
55 
51 
35 
59 
53 
72 
57 
72 



i 24,467 

4,480 
50,603 
32,963 
15,029 
25,886 
395 

7,170 
66,490 

2,900 
49,926 
29,998 
12,527 

6.171 
10,562 
14,816 

8,040 
20,610 

7,174 

1,915 
18,140 
45,243 
24,048 

5,601 

1,944 
27,490 

3,709 
120,013 

8,857 
23,576 

7,293 
134,985 

3,107 



3,244 

191 

149 

3,201 

885 

1,734 

3,645 

1,788 

1,327 

3,079 

2,405 

5,350 

322 

3,519 

808 

5,299 

81 



ill 20 

9 80 
9 50 

8 95 

9 55 
9 15 

10 35 
9 45 
9 70 
7 50 
7 70 

10 90 

7 60 
9 20 
9 85 
9 60 

10 00 
9 70 

8 60 

9 35 
9 65 
935 
9 80 

10 20 
9 20 
8 35 
8 10 

8 30 

9 15 
9 20 
8 65 

8 95 

9 50 



9 70 

7 90 

8 95 

7 15 

8 30 
850 

7 15 

9 75 
6 35 
9 35 

10 55 
6 85 
6 45 

10 85 
9 45 
9 10 

8 20 



34,339 

6,273 

47,690 

18,911 

12,205 

14,576 

486 

6,776 

51,187 

1,875 

33,141 

16,742 

9,280 

5,069 

9,288 

10,362 

5,360 

19,993 

5.329 

1,571 

12,284 

47,002 

31,762 

5,896 

2,208 

31,880 

4,236 

83,008 

8,994 

24.536 

6,470 

97,823 

3,370 



3,172 

237 

134 

2,409 

490 

1,402 

1,737 

1,404 

864 

2,877 

2,163 

6,980 

168 

3,602 

482 

6,042 

66 



3,912 
14,052 

2,824 
11,310 



394 

15,303 

1,025 

16,785 

13,256 

3,247 

1,102 

1,274 

4,554 

2,680 

618 

1,945 

344 

5,856 



37,004 



823 
37,163 

837 



73 



15 
792 
395 
332 
,908 
884 
463 
202 
243 



1,9 



154 
'326' 
"15 



9,872 
1,792 



91 



1,759 
7,714 
295 
364 
4,390 
1,527 



137 

960 



4S 



1,630 



83 
'743 



OF ILLINOIS. 



191 



Counties. 


Acreage, 1905, 
returned by 
assessors. 


2 . 
II 

•0.0 


-3 . 
^ to 


9 

a 


n 

S 
o 

o 

> 
* 


Cost of pro- 
duction per 
acre. 


^a 

OO 
W3 

"* 2 


2 


CO 
Oi 

3 


Logan 


123 
160 
109 
460 
198 
600 

32 

257 

1,389 

51 
185 

83 
634 
166 
158 
323 
936 
342 

3 

132 

19 

218 

29 

13 

180 

408 

23 

4 

7 

2 

72 

23 

21 

71 

58 

206 

194 

44 

864 

104 

20 


17 
18 
8 
14 
17 
18 
20 
13 
16 
30 
16 
13 
18 
15 
13 
10 
13 
22 

14 
15 
18 
15 
13 
14 
12 
14 
20 
14 
18 
14 
14 
12 
14 
10 
16 
14 
14 
15 
18 
10 
14 


2,091 
2,880 
872 
6,440 
3.366 

10.800 

640 

3,341 

22,224 
1,530 
2.960 
1,079 

11,412 
2,490 
2,054 
3,230 

12,168 
7,524 

42 

1,980 

342 

3.270 

377 

182 

2,160 

5,712 

460 

56 

126 

28 

1.008 

276 

294 

710 

928 

2,884 

2,716 

660 

15,552 

1,040 

280 


$0 59 
58 
60 
58 
50 
58 
57 
60 
48 
55 
60 
41 
56 
55 
72 
65 
70 
62 

68 
60 
55 
60 
72 
68 
62 
68 
68 
68 
78 
68 
68 
65 
68 
76 
65 
68 
68 
65 
67 
75 
68 


$ 1,234 
1,670 

523 
3.735 
1,683 
6,264 

365 

2,005 

10,667 

841 
1,776 

442 
6,391 
1,369 
1,479 
3,099 
8,518 
4,665 

28 

1,188 

188 

1,963 

271 

124 

1,339 

3,884 

313 

38 

98 

19 

685 

179 

200 

540 

603 

1,961 

1,847 

429 

10,430 

780 

190 


$ 8 60 
8 10 
8 50 

8 70 
11 75 

10 20 

9 45 
7 35 
9 20 
705 

7 55 
9 25 

11 05 

6 80 

10 30 

11 75 

8 05 

7 95 

6 60 

7 55 
730 
935 
6 10 
950 
760 
830 
800 

8 85 
990 

11 75 
825 

6 00 

9 05 

7 80 

8 55 
10 90 

650 
7 80 
7 85 
7 65 

9 25 


1 1,058 
1,296 

936 
4,003 
2,326 
6,120 
3,024 
1,889 
12,779 

359 
1,397 

768 
7.006 
1,129 
1.627 
3,795 
7,535 
2,719 

20 

997 

139 

2,038 

177 

123 

1,368 

3,386 

184 

35 

62 

23 

594 

138 

190 

554 

496 

2,345 

1.261 

343 

6.782 

796 

185 


i 176 
374 




Macon 




Macounin 


S 403 
267 


Mason 




McDonouirh 




643 


McLean 

Menard 


144 

iie' 


"2,659 


Monteomerv 


Morgan 


2112 


Moultrie 

Piatt 

Pike 


482 
379 


336 


Sangamon 




615 


Schuvler 


240 




Scott 


148 


Shelby 


983 

1,946 

8 

191- 

49 

94" 

1 


1,696 


Tazewell 


Vermilion 




SOUTHERN DIVISION. 

Alexander 




Bond 




Clay 




Clinton 


76 


CrawJord 




Edwards 




Efl3.ngham 


29 


Fayette 


498 

129 

3 

36 




Franklin . 




Gallatin 




Hamilton 




Hardin 


4 


Jackson 

Jasper 


91 
41 
10 




Jenerson 




Johnson 


14 


Lawrence 

Madison 


m 


284 


Marion 


586 

86 

3,638 

5 




Massac 




Monroe 




Perry 


16 


Pope 




Pulaski 




Randolph. 


159 

55 

14 

174 

158 

38 

342 

3 

107 

121 


10 
10 
14 
14 
15 
16 
11 
14 
14 
10 


1,590 

550 

196 

2,436 

2,370 

608 

3,762 

42 

1,498 

1,210 


80 
75 
68 
68 
75 
60 
67 
68 
68 
68 


1.272 
413 
133 

1,656 

1,777 
365 

2,520 
28 

1,019 
823 


9 10 
1100 
595 
10 70 
6 60 
9 70 
730 
8 00 
8 25 
835 


1,447 

605 

83 

1,862 

1,043 
369 

2,497 

24 

883 

1,010 


50 


175 


Richland 


193 


Saline 




St. Clair. 


306 


Union 


734 




Wabash 


4 


Washington 

Wayne 


23 

4 

136 




White 




Williamson 


187 









*If the crop were sold at the prevailing price August 1, it would return this amount to the 
producer. 



192 



BAKLEY CROP 



Counties. 


Acreage, 190.5, 
returned by 
assessors. 


£ 


n 
2 

■5 2 


"3 

D. 
® 

A. 


» 


oa 

CO -^ 

6" 


O £ 

1^ 


-4^ 

I 


0} 

o 


NORTHKBN DIVISION 


1,588 

as 

1,613 
432 

1,685 
741 


16 
29 
35 
30 
29 
25 


25,408 
957 
56,455 
12,960 
48,865 
18,525 


$0 36 
41 
40 
50 
41 
40 


$ 9,147 

392 

22,582 

6,480 

20,035 

7,410 


111 05 

10 25 

9 80 

9 10 

9 80 

10 60 


1 17,547 
338 

15,807 

3,931 

16,513 

7,855 


1 


$ 8,400 


Bur^siu 


54 
6,775 
2,549 
3,522 


Carroll 




Cook 




DeKalb 

DuFage 


455 


frrnnn V 






l-Iptiflpr<;on 






















3,115 

9 

1,115 

690 

1 

101 


29 
29 
37 
42 
29 
29 


90,335 

261 

41,255 

28,980 

29 

2,929 


41 
41 
35 
40 
41 
41 


37,037 

107 

14,439 

11,592 

12 

1,201 


i6 26 

9 40 
7 00 

10 60 
9 15 

10 00 


31,773 

85 

7,805 

7,314 

9 

1,010 


5,264 

6,634 

4,278 

3 

191 




Tronnois 








Kane 








Kendall 

ICnox . 




£jaive 


495 

48 

569 


26 
29 
30 


13,870 

1,392 

17,070 


38 
41 
41 


4,891 

571 

6,999 


9 60 

10 00 

9 80 


4,752 

480 

5,576 


139 

91 

1,423 




r^a Salle 




XjC-6. 




T,i vincr«t,on 




ATarshall 


148 
1,091 

33 
2,845 

40 


29 
35 
25 
29 
29 


4,292 
38,185 

875 

82,505 

1,160 


41 
50 
40 
41 
41 


1,760 
19,092 

350 
33,827 

476 


9 90 
10 25 

9 90 
10 50 

9 85 


1,465 

11,183 

346 

29,872 
394 


295 

7.909 

4 

3,955 

82 




Mi'Henrv 




Mei'ccr 




Ogle 

Peoria 




1^11 tiiaiTi . . ..... 




Rock Island 


276 

143 

7,465 

16 

1,608 

40 

2,166 

25 

19 


29 
28 
30 
29 
35 
29 
35 
20 

29 


8.004 

4.004 

223,950 

464 

56,280 

1.160 

75,810 

500 

551 


41 
41 
35 
41 
34 
41 
41 
50 

41 


.S,282 

1.642 

78,382 

190 

19,135 

476 

31,082 

250 

226 


9 15 
8 15 

8 15 

9 50 
10 05 

9 10 
9 40 
9 55 

9 70 


2,525 

1,165 

60,840 

152 

16,160 

364 

20,360 

239 

184 


757 

477 

17,543 

38 

2,975 

112 

10,722 

11 

42 




gtark 




St",**nhensoii 




Warren 

Whiteside 




Will 




Winnphat'o 




Woodford 




CENTRAL DIVISION. 
Adams 








Calhoun 


4 


29 


116 


41 


47 


9 50 

""s'so' 

9 50 
7 75 


38 


9 




Pass 




nharnDaisrn 


10 
1 

18 


29 
29 
29 


290 

29 

5:22 


41 
41 
41 


119 

12 

214 


88 

9 

139 


31 

3 

75 




Christian 




Clark 




Ciimhprland 




















DeWitt 


3 

8 


29 
29 


87 
232 


41 
41 


36 
95 


9 50 
9 50 


28 
76 


8 
19 




T)ouelas 




■Rdffar 




Pord 


10 
76 


29 

29 


290 
2,204 


41 
41 


119 
904 


9 50 
950 


95 
722 


24 

182 




ITn ] ton 








PTanPork 


105 


29 


3,045 


41 


1,248 


9 85 


1,034 


214 




r^rspv 

























OF ILLINOIS. 



193 



Counties. 


Acreage, 1905, 
returned by 
assessors. 






of 

.a 

u 


>< 
* 


i ® 

0.9 

-SO 


OP 
.— t o 

r 


43 

CO 


CD 

J 


Logan 


22 


29 


638 


3 41 


1 261 


$ 9 50 


$ 209 


$ 52 




Macon 




Macoupin 

Mason 


32 


29 


928 


41 


380 


950 


304 


76 




McDonoueh 




















McLean 


32 


29 


928 


41 


380 


11 05 


354 


26 




Menard 




Montffomerv 


22 


29 


638 


41 


261 


6 60 


145 


116 




Morgan 




Moiiltrie 


4 


29 


116 


41 


47 


950 


38 


9 




Piatt 




Pike 

Sansamon 


16 

27 
5 


29 
29 
29 


464 
783 
145 


41 
41 
41 


190 

331 

59 


950 

10 35 

950 


i52 

279 
47 


38 
42 
13 




Schuyler 

Scott 




Shelby 


6 
349 

47 


29 
29 
29 


174 

10,121 

1,363 


41 
41 
41 


71 

4,150 

559 


950 

11 85 

9 50 


57 

4,136 

446 


14 

14 

113 




Tazewell 




Vermilion 




SOUTHERN DIVISION. 

Alexander 




Bond 




















Clay 


3 

4 
1 


29 
29 
29 


87 

116 

29 


41 
41 
41 


36 
47 
12 


900 
900 
9 00 


27 

36 

9 


9 

11 

3 




Clinton 




Crawford 




Edwards 




Effingham 

Fayette 


1 


29 


29 


41 


12 


900 


9 


3 




Franklin 




















Gallatin 


1 

1 
1 

16 
22 


29 
23 

29 
29 
29 


29 

23 

29 

464 

638 


41 
80 
41 
41 
41 


. 12 

18 

12 

190 

261 


900 
900 
900 
9 00 
900 


9 

9 

9 

144 

198 


3 

9 

3 

46 

63 




Hamilton 




Hardin 

Jackson 

Jasper 




.lefiferson 




Johnson 




















Lawrence 

Madison 

Marion 

Massac 


3 

121 

1 


29 
29 
29 


58 

3,509 

29 


41 
41 
41 


24 

1,439 

12 


900 

10 20 

900 


18 

1,234 

9 


6 

305 

3 




Monroe 

Perry 

Pope 


3 

4 
1 


25 
29 

29 


75 

116 

29 


50 
41 
41 


37 
47 
12 


8 15 
735 
900 


24 

29 

9 


13 

18 

3 




Pulaski 




Randolph 

Richland 

Saline 


35 

1 


29 
29 


1,015 

29 


41 
41 


416 
12 


10 60 
9 00 


371 
9 


45 
3 




St. Clair 


457 
1 


29 
29 


13,253 
29 


41 
41 


5,434 
12 


900 

10 85 


4,113 
11 


1,331 
1 




Union 

Wabash 







19 
14 

1 
4 


29 
29 
29 
29 


551 

409 

29 

116 


41 
41 
41 
41 


226 

166 

12 

47 


900 
900 
9 00 

8 50 


171 

126 

9 

34 


55 

40 

3 

13 




Wayne 




White 

Williamson 





* If the crop were sold at the prevailing price August 1, it would return this amount to the 
producer. 



194 



WINTER AND SPRING WHEAT 



Statement of the area under cultivation in the United States, and the production for 

a series of years. 



1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 



Winter Wheat. 



Acres. 



22,148,543 
24.534.579 
24,223,201 
23,953,800 
25,384,702 
23,520,104 
26,581,284 
26.209,465 
23,118.336 
23.518,935 
23,609,323 
23,793,717 
22,925,623 
25,744,848 
25,357,593 
26,235,897 
30.239,701 
28,581,426 
32,510.510 
26,865,855 
39,864,018 



Product. 



211,845,000 
302,412,000 
292,877,000 
277,952,000 
332,243.000 
255.374,000 
392,495,000 
359,418,000 
278,469,348 
329,290,230 
261,242,134 
267,934.004 
307,968,570 
382,492,032 
291,706,229 
350,025.409 
458,834,501 
411,788,666 
399,867,250 
333,935,346 
438,462,834 



Spring Wheat. 



Acres. 



12,040,703 
12,271,605 
13,418,582 
13,382,338 
12,739,157 
12.567,050 
13,335,613 
12,344,965 
11,511,082 
11,363.501 
11,438,010 
11,824,929 
16,539,443 
18,310,430 
19,234,924 
16,259,488 
19.655,813 
17,620,998 
16,954,457 
17,209,020 
17,990,061 



Product. 



145.267.000 
154,806,000 
163.462.000 
137,916,000 
158,317,000 
143,888,000 
219,285,000 
156,531,000 
117,662,377 
130,977,186 
305,860,813 
159,750,342 
222,180,598 
292,656,673 
255,597.614 
172,204,096 
289,625,717 
258,274,342 
237,954,585 
319,464,171 
364,516,655 



BUSHEL MEASURE. 

T%e following table shows the legal number of pounds per bushel of the following 

articles in the states named. 



Wheat 

Corn, shelled 

Corn, in ear 

Oats 

Barley 

Rye 

Buckwheat 

White beans 

Potatoes 

Sweet Potatoes 

Turnips 

Onions 

Dried peaches 

Dried apples 

Bran 

Clover seed 

Timothy seed 

Hungarian grass seed. 

Bluegrass seed 

Hemp seed 

Flaxseed 

Stone coal 

Charcoal 

Coarse salt (domestic). 
Malt 



Mich. 


Ind. 


111. 


Wis. 


Iowa. 


Mo. 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 


70 


68 


70 


70 


70 


70 


32 


32 


33 


33 


32 


32 


4S 


48 


48 


48 


48 


48 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 


48 


50 


52 


48 


52 


53 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


56 


55 


50 


54 


46 


56 


58 


55 


55 


42 


55 


42 


54 


48 


57 


67 


57 


67 


28 


33 


33 


28 


33 


33 


23 


25 


24 


25 


24 


34 


20 




20 


20 


20 


20 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


45 


45 


45 


45 


45 


45 


50 


48 


48 


48 


48 


48 


14 


14 


14 


14 


14 


14 


44 


44 


44 


44 


44 


44 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 




70 


90 




80 


80 


22 


22 


22 


22 


23 


22 


56 


56 


56 


56 


i6 


56 


38 


38 


38 


34 


36 


38 



N. Y. 



60 
58 
70 
32 
48 
66 
48 
62 
60 
55 
55 
57 
33 
34 
20 
60 
44 
44 
15 
44 
55 
60 
22 
50 
34 



195 



HORSES AND MULES ON FAEMS AND RANCHES. 

Number of animals, and their value January 1, 1906. 
(As estimated by the United States Department of Agriculture.) 



States and Terbitobies 



Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Indian Territory 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts — 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire.. 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina... 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island . . . 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Horses. 



The United States . 



Number. 



155,142 
104,473 
278,761 
399,673 
259.064 
59,162 
36,142 
49,784 
137,918 
149,551 
1,429.473 
782,453 
213,234 
1,247,457 
1,056,753 
399,306 
219,682 
137,512 
156,614 
107.354 
669,729 
723.141 
254.748 
898,975 
239.149 
89] ,018 
91,944 
68,715 
100,877 
113,579 
682,232 
180,433 
430,876 
895,918 
411,772 
217,167 
656,106 
13,399 
82,204 
476,603 
318,621 
1,290,546 
107,384 
91,803 
301,882 
237,043 
175,791 
595,932 
121,484 



Average 

price 
per head. 



Value. 



18.718,578 



$93.69 
28.93 
65.42 
76.32 
53.98 
111.14 
96.67 
89.23 
115.36 
51.05 
96.96 
93.87 
52.24 
86.31 
75.01 
83.78 
55.41 
93.73 
84.35 
112.98 
98.88 
85.07 
71.96 
78.31 
43.29 
70.89 
53.92 
97.80 
112.32 
30.29 
102.84 
98.62 
81.68 
101.07 
66.43 
61.33 
102.57 
104.04 
115.62 
66.62 
87.83 
46.20 
44.85 
94.56 
84.28 
70.51 
84.25 
91.65 
42.20 



$14,535,227 
3,021,883 
18,236,558 
30,505,037 
13,984.282 
6,575,528 
3,493,851 
4,442,000 
15,910.168 
7,634,573 
138,601,686 
73,462.750 
11,139,348 
107,674.248 
79,266,955 
33,453,835 
12,173,665 
12,888,313 
13,210,382 
12,128,876 
66,219,486 
61.517,592 
18.331,654 
70,398,716 
10,352,765 
63,164.276 
4,958,073 
6,720,652 
11,330.486 
3,440,300 
70,160,719 
17,793.863 
35.193,950 
90,550,455 
27,354,020 
13,318.845 
67,296,787 
1,394,031 
9,504,033 
31,751.317 
27.984.464 
59.616.773 
4.816,185 
8,680.672 
25.442.602 
16.713,880 
14,810,375 
54.617,148 
5,126,622 



Mules. 



Number. 



Average 

price 
per head. 



185,839 
4,001 

202,886 

69,679 

9,744 



5,710 

16,986 

225,187 

2,373 

137,776 

74.666 

53,648 

43,655 

113.539 

194.733 

160,962 



19,346 



3,501 

8,405 
263,882 
292,159 

3,561 
55,486 

2,911 



5,223 

4,847 

4,166 

166,394 

8,054 

18,099 

87,373 

7,077 

40,459 



124,713 

7,380 
200,069 
508,349 

3,096 



48,317 
2,752 

10,877 
4,985 
1,496 



80.72 1,510,889,906! 3,404.061 



$111.66 
68.16 
94.15 
91.30 

73.82 



108.14 

137.15 

135.04 

68.54 

101.00 

97.55 

79.49 

90.48 

85.63 

95 21 

108.90 



Value. 



$20,750,794 

272,720 

19.101,743 

6.361,689 

719,278 



104.46 



98.90 
79.93 
104.87 
91.69 
66.70 
87.18 
60.58 



120.96 
60.41 

108.55 

116.80 
96.75 
99.13 
85.21 
71.32 

106.33 



617.476 
2,329,590 

30,409,227 
162.635 

13,915,374 
7,283,693 
4,264.460 
3,949,925 
9.722.353 

18,540,552 

17,528.750 



2,020.869 



346,260 

671.819 
27.673,334 
26.788,074 

237,526 
4,837,2.50 

176,362 



133.35 

76.67 

104.30 

69.90 

44.38 



102.41 
75.37 
90.94 
76.84 
66.70 



98.31 



631,773 

292,803 

452.230 

19.434.800 

779,230 

1,794,145 

7,445,047 

504,709 

4,302,002 



16,6.30,500 

565,839 

20,867,174 

35,533,590 

137,415 



4,948,125 

207,420 

989,138 

383,047 

99,780 



334,680,520 



196 



CATTLE ON FARMS AND RANCHES. 

Number of animals, and their value, January 1, 1906. 
As estimated by the United States Agricultural Department. 



States and Territories. 



Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

Oalifornia 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Indian Territory. 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts ... 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska..... 

Nevada 

New Hampshire . 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina .. 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island .... 
South Carolina . . . 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Milch Cows. 



Number. 



The United States 



253,132 

21,156 
300,523 
390,015 
130,202 
134,789 

36,181 

88,750 
299,479 

63,793 
1,045,200 
646,149 
109.360 
1,429.340 
751,829 
387,067 
186,278 
191,016 
148,897 
196,346 
778.609 
903,796 
326,405 
968,638 

61,634 
836,668 

16,988 
132,498 
186,464 

20,781 
1,755,972 
259,266 
213,765 
869,764 
192,332 
144,480 
1,097,590 

25,721 
131,645 
582,469 
316,432 
964,196 

74,430 
291,021 
262,836 
167,042 
198,417 
1,183,531 
20,974 



Average 

price 
per head. 



19,793.866 



S20 40 

35 10 
17 85 
34 65 

30 85 

36 20 
32 00 

25 90 

26 75 

31 20 

38 80 
31 45 

24 20 
29 85 
26 05 

25 20 

26 70 
29 50 

29 90 

39 00 
31 50 
28 30 
25 65 

25 15 

34 05 

26 90 

35 85 
35 20 

40 65 

31 50 
34 50 

27 10 

27 30 

32 70 

21 85 

28 60 

34 30 
42 10 

28 90 

26 25 

22 65 

23 50 

33 00 

27 50 
25 35 
32 50 

30 00 

29 20 

35 75 



29 44 



Value. 



$5,163,893 

742,576 

5.364,336 

13,514,020 
4,016,732 
4,879,362 
1.157,792 
2,298.625 
8,011,063 
1,990,342 

35,327,760 

20,321,386 
2,646,512 

42,665,799 

19,585,145 
9,754,088 
4,973,623 
5,634,972 
4,452,020 
7,6.57,494 

24,526,184 

26,577,427 
8,372,288 

24,361.246 
2,098,638 

22,506,369 

609,020 

4,663,930 

7.579.762 

654,602 

60,581.034 
7,026,109 
5,835,784 

28,441,283 
4,202,454 
4,132,128 

37,647,337 
1,082,854 
3,804,540 

15,289,811 
7,167,185 

22,658,606 
2,456,190 
8,003.078 
6,662,893 
5,428,865 
5,952,510 

34,559,105 
749,820 



Other Cattle. 



Number. 



Average 

price 
per bead. 



582,788,592 



496,762 

568,646 

639,433 

1,167,107 

1,362,303 

84,028 

21,591 

588,886 

673,179 

3.51,086 

1,916,903 

1,201,872 

470,093 

3,432,832 

2,638,653 

692,535 

481,075 

157,581 

135,319 

93,371 

1,014,875 

1,035,987 

544,993 

2,235,134 

964,579 

2,450,862 

351,018 

105,297 

81,191 

903,086 

954,277 

437,210 

604,692 

1,151,437 

1,387,151 

587,316 

867,436 

10,340 

216,339 

1.323,507 

488,619 

8,579,739 

256,844 

225,870 

518,192 

309,502 

372,136 

1,171,555 

755,217 



47,067,656 



$8 32 

15 96 

7 52 

17 52 

18 00 
18 18 
18 42 
10 43 
10 27 

16 14 
21 08 
20 55 

14 04 
20 77 
18 83 

15 37 

10 05 

16 73 
18 16 

16 56 

15 67 

11 48 

8 11 
18 02 

17 99 

18 42 
17 15 

16 26 
20 18 
14 84 
16 52 
10 98 

16 95 
20 32 
14 96 

14 77 

17 40 

18 09 
1130 
17 25 

10 98 

11 78 

16 00 
13 95 

17 75 

15 03 

19 53 
13 65 

20 12 



15 85 



Value. 



54,131,822 

9,075,586 

4,811,731 

20,4.53,549 

24,528,259 

1,527,624 

397,711 

6,139,138 

6,913,546 

5,666,532 

40,408,316 

24.692,464 

6,602,452 

71,299,918 

49,510.678 

10,640.803 

4,834,804 

2,636,326 

2,458,068 

1,546,218 

15,903,085 

11,887,954 

4,418,532 

40,365,942 

17,352,775 

45,144,871 

6,019,959 

1,712,127 

1,638,431 

13,401,800 

15,764.647 

4,802,748 

10,249,535 

23,391,444 

20i751,774 

8,674,653 

15,093,386 

187,052 

2,445,708 

22,830,495 

5,362,598 

101,026,428 

4,110,788 

3,150,882 

9,197,925 

4,650,269 

7,267,814 

15,997,577 

15,194,965 



746,171,709 



197 



SHEEP AND HOGS ON FARMS AND RANCHES. 

Number of animals, and their valm, January 1, 1906. 

(As estimated by the United States Agricultural Department.) 



States and Territories. 



Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Indian Territory. 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Liouisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts . . '. 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada . . ... 
New Hampshire . 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina . . 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania — 
Rhode Island — 
South Carolina. . . 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



The United States. 



Sheep. 



Number. 



195,597 
734,527 
347,930 

2,398,439 

1,677,561 

33,905 

11,984 

105,474 

273,893 

3,722,585 
719,465 

1,123,423 
28,419 
670,383 
233,581 
733,599 
180,ia5 
270.025 
164,873 
42,859 

1,970,836 
404,253 
192,926 
816,560 

5,751,746 
444,499 

1,480,370 
76,757 
44,644 

3,999,443 
995,335 
219,574 
695,267 

2,991,162 
57,240 

2,597,595 

1,102,058 

7,970 

60,034 

822,838 

344,954 

1,649,468 

2,325,401 
220,878 
497,341 
849,618 
538,305 
930,848 

4,575.042 



Average 

price 
per bead. 



50,631,619 



5 2.10 
3.33 
2.33 
3.03 
3.59 
4.88 
4.06 
2.23 
2.15 
3.21 
4.86 
4.87 
2.99 
4.59 
3.75 
3.54 
2.14 
4.U3 
4.30 
4.26 
4.48 
3.62 
2.07 
3.88 
3.48 
3.72 
3.49 
3.74 
4.61 
3.15 
6.07 
2.69 
3.45 
4.48 
3.39 
2.86 
4.63 
4.17 
2.59 
3.59 
2.58 
2.52 
3.17 
4.08 
3.33 
3.03 
3.99 
3.96 
3 43 



Value. 



3.54 



5 409,776 
2,449,647 

810,677 
7,273,266 
6,018,250 

165,456 
48,626 

233.888 

588,869 

11,958,803 

3,494,801 

5,471,070 

84,972 

3,073,707 

875,346 
2,!595.106 

385,489 
1,084,826 

708,130 

182,792 
8,834,272 
1,465,306 

399,357 

3,166,212 

20,016,076 

1,651,314 

5,170,194 

286,880 

205,587 

12,598,246 

5,051.325 

590,6.54 

2,398,671 

13,400,406 

194,187 

7,422,628 

5,102.529 

33,234 

155.488 
2,953,989 

891,706 
4,160,784 
8,329,085 

900,078 
1,656,145 
2,576,467 
2,146,491 
3,681,504 
15,703,832 



179,056,144 



Hogs, 



Number. 



1,137.501 

18,730 

l,ia5,932 

573,522 

108,300 

47,417 

46,031 

387,578 

1,438,830 

120,525 

4,683,900 

3,078,820 

751,352 

7,946,781 

2,495,721 

1,410,907 

649,307 

69,877 

296,130 

73,358 

1,334,648 

1,293,932 

1,196,558 

3,514.958 

59,896 

3,004,398 

15,006 

52,229 

158,,537 

22.182 

682,369 

1,153,379 

220,271 

2,620,212 

595,612 

263,554 

999,682 

13.072 

664.907 

845,192 

1,102,552 

2,600,799 

60,188 

94,925 

790,178 

179,352 

324.847 

1,702.915 

15,978 



Average 

price 
per head. 



52,102,847 



i 4.65 
5.85 
3.10 
5 45 
6.75 
9 90 
7.40 
3.50 
5.45 
6.85 
6.95 
6.45 
4.95 
7.20 
6.35 
4.70 
4.85 
8.75 
7.20 
9.50 
7.60 
7.40 
4.20 
4.95 
8.55 
6.60 
6.65 

10.25 

10.50 
5.65 
8.25 
4.80 
7.45 
6.65 
5.40 
5.70 
8.45 

10.25 
5.40 
7.20 
4.40 
4.65 
6.95 
7.70 
4.60 
7.40 
6.30 
7.20 
8.80 



Value. 



6.18 



S 5,289,380 

109,570 

3,676,389 

3.125,695 

731,025 

469,428 

340,629 

1,356,523 

7,841.624 

825,596 

32,553,105 

19,858,389 

3,719,192 

57,216,823 

15,847,828 

6,631,263 

3,149,139 

611.424 

2,132,136 

696,9(1 

10,143,325 

9,575,097 

5,025,544 

17,399,042 

512,111 

19,829.027 

99,790 

535,347 

1,664,638 

125,328 

5.629,544 

5,536,219 

1,641,019 

17,424,410 

3,216,305 

1,502,258 

8,447,313 

133,988 

3,590,498 

6,085,382 

4,851,229 

12,093,715 

418,307 

730,922 

3,634,819 

1.327,205 

2,046,536 

12,260,988 

140,606 



321.802,571 



198 



TABLE SHOWING DATE OF 

Of ecich year from the winter of 1S90-91 to the winter of 1905-1906 at prominent 

longitude of 
(Collated from the United States Department 



Galveston 

New Orleans 

Savannah 

Vlcksburg 

Charleston 

Little Rock 

Memphis 

Nashville 

Cairo 

St. Louis 

Washingrton 

Cincinnati 

Baltimore 

Leavenworth. . . . 

Denver 

Indianapolis 

Springfield. 111. . . 

Philadelphia 

Keokuk 

Pittsburgh 

Omaha 

NeM" York 

Cleveland 

Davenport 

Des Moines 

Toledo 

Chicago 

Detroit 

Dubuque 

Albany 

Buffalo 

fankton 

Milwaukee 

Grand Haven... 

Rochester 

Oswego 

La Crosse 

St. Paul 

Alpena 

Mackinaw City. 

Marquette 

Bismarck 

Tinlnth 

Moorhead 

St. Vincent 

t 



o 






29.18 

29.58 

33.5 

33.22 

32.47 

34.46 

35.9 

38.10 

37.0 

33.38 

38.54 

39.6 

39.18 

39.19 

39.45 

39.46 

39.48 

39.57 

40.22 

40.32 

41.16 

40.43 

41.30 

41.30 

41.35 

41.40 

41.52 

43.20 

43.30 

43.39 

43.53 

43 54 

43.2 

43.5 

43.8 

43.29 

43.49 

44.58 

45.5 

45.47 

46.34 

46.47 

46.48 

46.52 

48.56 



01 

-a 

M 

a 
o 



94.47 

90.4 

81.5 

90.53 

79.56 

92.6 

90.3 

86.47 

89.10 

90.12 

77.2 

84.30 

76.37 

94.67 

105.0 
86.10 
89.39 
75.9 
91.26 
80.2 
95.56 
74.0 
81.42 
90.38 
93.37 
83.34 
87.38 
83. 3 
90.44 
73.45 
78.63 
97.28 
87.54 
86.18 
77.43 
76.35 
91.15 
93.3 
83.30 
84.39 
87.24 

100.38 
92.6 
96.44 
97.14 



Winter of 



1890-91. 



(I).. 
Nov. 

u 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Oct. 



Sept. 



Oct. 

u 

Sept. 

Oct. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 



Aug. 
Sept. 



1891-92. 



. .. Jan. 14. 

4 Nov. 30. 

1 " 18. 
27 Oct. 19. 



1 
27 

7 
15 
17 
20 

9 
15 
23 
13 

8 
14 
13 
25 
18 
28 
13 

9 
15 
13 
22 
15 
28 
23 
13 
23 
25 
13 
17 
23 
25 
25 
13 
13 
28 



Nov. 30. 
Oct. 23. 
23. 
16. 
20. 
15. 
29. 
12. 
29. 

7. 

4. 

6. 

5. 
29. 
20. 
17. 

7. 
28. 
12. 

9. 

5. 
13. 
23. 
13. 
10. 
12. 
13. 
15. 
16. 

9. 
13. 

8 

9. 

7. 

6. 



Aug. 23 
Sept. 13 



Aug. 22 
" 17 



Oct. 11. 
Aug. 33 
Oct. 7. 
Sept. 3. 
(1) 



Oct. 



1892-93. 



Dec. 27. 

27. 

Nov. 12. 

11. 

13. 

8. 

" 26. 

" 38. 

" 25. 

" 25. 

6. 

6. 

6. 

8. 

" 12 

" 24. 

" 23. 

Nov. 6. 

Oct. 23. 

" 34. 

9. 

Nov. 6. 

5. 

Oct. 21. 

19. 

6. 

8. 

5. 

9. 

31. 

2. 

Sept. 4. 

Oct. 5. 

" 5. 

Nov. 5. 

Oct. 10. 

" 19 

" 8. 

Sept. 2. 

Oct. 6. 

" 30. 

Sept. 5. 

Oct. 19. 

Sept. 14. 

Aug. 30. 



1893-94. 



(1) 

(1) 

(1) 

Nov. 15. 
' 25. 
Oct. 30. 

• 16. 
' 16. 
' 15. 
' 25. 
' 17. 
' 16. 

• 17. 
3. 

' 26. 
Sept. 26. 
Oct. 15. 

" 30 
Sept. 36. 

" 29. 

" 24. 
Oct. 30. 

" 17. 

" 15. 
Sept. 25. 

" 26. 
Oct. 16. 
Sept. 26. 

" 27. 
Oct. 17. 

' 29. 
Sept. 25. 
Oct. 15. 
Sept. 26. 

" 30. 
Oct. 17. 
Sept. 25. 

" 25. 

" 24. 

B 

Sept. 29. 

" 16. 

« 25. 

" 16. 

" 16. 



Dec. 28. 

(1) 

Nov. 11. 

• 11. 
' 11. 

Oct. 30. 
Nov. 3. 
Oct. 15. 
' 14. 

• 14. 
' 15. 

• 10. 
Nov. 12. 



1894-95. 



xDec. 30 

o " 4 

Nov. 21 

" 11 

« 21 

" 11 

Oct. 9 

" 10 

" 20 

" 20 

9 

Sept.30 

Oct. 29 



Oct. 7. 

6. 

6. 

Nov. 7. 
Oct. 9. 

7. 

8. 
Nov. 11. 

6. 

Oct. 6. 
■ 14. 
" 15. 

1. 
Sept. 25. 



Oct. 4. 
Sept. 26. 



Sept. 25. 
Oct. 15. 
Sept. 26. 
Nov. 2. 
Oct. 9. 
9. 
Sept. 12. 



Sept. 18. 

" 17. 
Oct. 1. 
Sept.ll. 

•' 17. 



1895-96. 



Sept. 22 

" 30 
Oct. 9 

" 10 
Sept.30 
Oct. 10 
Sept.30 
Oct. 24 

« 9 

9 

Sept.30 

Oct. 10 

Sept.30 

- 30 



Oct. 9 
" 21 



Sept.30 

Oct. 14 

" 20 

" 21 

8 

Sept.30 

- 24 



Oct. 3 

Aug. 31 

Sept.30 

" 23 

•• 23 



B. No reliable record. 



199 



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and indicative area centers east of the Rocky Mountains; also the latitude and 

such centers- 

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Leavenworth and St. Vincent. 



(1.) None reported. 
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FOREIGN WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

iTumished by the Board's special foreign correspondent, Mr. George J. S. Broomball, Fellow 

of the Koyal Statistical Society). 

UNITED KIl!fGDOM. 

In the United Kingdom the quarter comprises among others the following conventional 

weights:— 

Lbs. 
Wheat and Corn from the Atlantic and Gulf ports of America, from Argentina, 

Australia and New Zealand 480 

American and Canadian Oats 320 

Wheat from Pacific coast of U. S. A 500 

Californian Barley 448 

Russian Wheat from Black Sea and Azoff, nearly always 492 

Russian Wheat from Baltic 496 

Russian Corn from Black Sea 492 

Russian Barley from Black Sea and Azofif 400 

Russian Oats 304 and 320 

Russian Rye 480 

Danubian Wheat 480 

Danubian Corn— large berry 480 

Danubian Corn— small berry 492 

Danubian Barley 400 

Danubian Rye 480 

German Wheat— from Dantzic, 500 lbs. ; all others 504 

Chilian Barley 448 

Chilian Wheat 500 

New Zealand Oats Cif. 320 lbs. ; onMarkLane 384 

Linseed, American 424 

Linseed, Russian 424 

Linseed, Argentine 416 

Linseed, Bombay 416 

Linseed, Calcutta 410 

ENGLAND. 

The term bushel, used colloquially, varies greatly according to locality, from 32 lbs. to 160 lbs. 

The Board of Agriculture reckons a bushel of wheat as equal to 60 lbs., of barley equal to 

50 lbs., of oats equal to 39 lbs. 
A sack or comb usually represents 4 bushels. 
A sack of flour contains 280 lbs. 

SCOTLAND AND lEELAND. 

A. boll or bole is equal to 4 Winchester bushels. In Glasgow a boll represents 240 lbs. of wheat, 

280 lbs. corn and peas, 264 lbs. barley. 
A Wey is equal to 5 quarters, a Last to 10 quarters. 

Some of the principal weights and measures in use in the grain trade of other countries 
are:— 

THE METRIC SYSTEM. 

Weights.— A kilogramme (or kilo) is equal to 2 lbs. 3 oz. 4.383 drams. 

A quintal (100 kilos) is equal to 220.4621 lbs. avoirdupois. 

A French tonne (10 quintals or 1000 kilos) is equal to 2204.631 lbs. avoirdupois. 
Dby Measure.- a hectoliter is equal to 2.837 Winchester bushels; 2.761 Imperial bushels* 
SmiPACE Measttre- A hectare is equal to 2.47265 English statute acres. 
LOKG Measure.— A meter is equal to 1 yard, 3.37079 inches. 

A kilometer is equal to 1,093 yards, 1 foot, 10.79 inches. 

RUSSIA. 

A pood is equal to 36 lbs. avoirdupois. 

A tchetvert is equal to 5.77 Imperial bushels or 5.95 Winchester bushels. 

A dessiatine is equal to 2.7 acres. 

A verst Is equal to 0.663 of an English mile. 



203 



FOREIGN WEIGHTS AND MEASURES—Continued. 

AUSTEO-HUNGAEY. 

A joch is equal to 1.42521 acres. A double centner is equal to a quintal 230.4 lbs- 

DENMARK. 

A TOnde is equal to 3.8 Imperial bushels or 3.917 Winchester bushels. 
A Pund is equal to 1.103 lbs., avoirdupois. 
A TCndeland is equal to 1.36 acres. 

GREECE. 

An oeque is equal to 2.84 lbs. avoirdupois. A quintal is equal to 123.3 lbs. 

EGYPT. 

An oke is equal to 2.75136 lbs. avoirdupois. 

A cantar is equal to 99.05 lbs. avoirdupois. 

An ardeb of wheat or corn is equal to 118 okes or 324.6 lbs. avoirdupois. 

An ardeb of barley is equal to 88 okes or 343.6 lbs. avoirdupois. 

CHINA. 

A catty is equal to 1.33 lbs. avoirdupois. A picul is equal to 133>i lbs. avoirdupois. 

JAPAN. 

A SchC is equal to 2.4507 acres. 

A kokow is equal to 5.1179 Winchester bushels or 4.9629 Imperial bushels. 

A kwan is equal to 8.2817 lbs. avoirdupois. 



UNITED STATES TARIFF DUTIES. 

The tariff duties upon cereals and farm products and average ad valorem rate, 
duty computed on the imports during the year ended June 30, 1905. 



Wheat flour 

Wheat 

Com 

Oats 

Bye 

Barley 

Barley malt 

Buckwheat 

Beans 

Peas, dried, per bushel 

Peas, split, per 60 lbs 

Potatoes, per bushel, 60 lbs 

Flax seed or Linseed, 56 lbs 

Rice, cleaned, per lb 

Hops, per lb 

Butter and substitutes, per lb 

Cheese, per lb 

Bggs, per doz 

Hay, per ton 







Average 


Tariff 


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rates. 


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25 per cent. 




25 cents per bu. 


27.63 


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21.88 


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61.59 


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69.83 


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28.95 


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41.41 


5 " 


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45.85 


$4 per ton. 


51.49 






204 
FOREIGiS^ IMPORT DUTIES ON GRAIN AND FLOUR. 

Corrected xcp to Jan. Si, 1906. 

Compiled by the Board's special foreign correspondent. Mr. George J. S. Broomhall, 
Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society. 



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205 



ENGLISH PRICES OF MONEY, ETC., COTTON AND 
WHEAT (WITH FARMERS' DELIVERIES), 

During the season of 1904-1905. 

(Furnished by the Board's special foreign correspondent, Mr George J. S. Broomhall, . 
Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society.) 



Sept., 1904. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Jan., 1905. 



Feb. 



March. 



April. 



May. 



June . 



July. 



August. 













Wheai 


. 




Money 


■ Silver. 


Consols. 


















Bank 
rate. 


Per oz. 


(Account. 


) Aver- 
age 


Farmers' deliveries. 










price. 


Week. 


Season. 




% 


d. 


& 


6. d. 


Qrs. 


Qrs. 


3 


3 


2614 


SSH 


30 2 


32,931 


32,931 


10 


3 


26)6 


8&% 


30 


46,116 


79,037 


17 


3 


26)4 


88% 


29 7 


51,889 


130,936 


24 


3 


26 ?g 


88)4 


29 10 


53,304 


184,330 


1 


3 


265^ 


88-4 


29 10 


56,534 


240,764 


8 


3 


26)6 


88^ 


30 2 


54,607 


295,371 


15 


3 


26 ?C 


88)4 


30 5 


45,462 


340,833 


2a 


3 


26% 


88% 


30 4 


45,960 


386,793 


29 


3 


26% 


88M 


30 6 


47,947 


434,740 


5 


3 


26% 


88 13-16 


30 6 


43,313 


478,053 


12 


3 


26% 


88 9-16 


30 3 


43,740 


521,793 


19 


3 


26% 


88% 


30 2 


41.025 


562,818 


26 


3 


27 1-16 


88)4 


30 5 


41,359 


604,177 


3 


3 


27 7-16 


88 3-16 


30 4 


45,942 


650,119 


10 


3 


27 11-16 


88 


30 4 


50,718 


700.837 


17 


3 


28 1-16 


88 7-16 


30 4 


44,745 


745,583 


24 


3 


28 1-16 


88J4 


30 3 


33,336 


778,918 


31 


3 


28% 


88% 


30 4 


21.163 


800,081 


7 


3 


27 15-16 


88 9-16 


30 4 


23,757 


823,838 


14 


3 


27 11-16 


88% 


30 4 


39,647 


863,485 


21 


3 


27% 


88 


30 5 


45,646 


909.131 


28 


3 


28)g 


88% 


30 6 


48,869 


958,000 


4 


3 


28 3-16 


88 13-16 


30 6 


49,i42 


1,007,442 


11 


3 


28)i 


89% 


30 7 


50,585 


1,058,037 


18 


3 


28 1-16 


90 5-16 


30 5 


44,495 


1,103,523 


35 


3 


27 15-16 


91 1-16 


30 10 


42,165 


1,144.687 


4 


3 


27 5-16 


91 


30 8 


36,188 


1.180.875 


11 


2)6 


27 


91% 


30 9 


38,118 


1,218,993 


18 


2^ 


26 9-16 


91>4 


30 10 


31,839 


1,250,833 


25 


2ii 


26 5-16 


91 3-16 


30 9 


32.371 


1,283.203 


1 


2)6 


255^ 


91% 


30 9 


26,933 


1,310.136 


8 


214 


25% 


90 15-16 


30 9 


25,600 


1,335,736 


15 


2H 


26)6 


91 


30 8 


27,791 


1,363,527 


22 


2% 


26 7-16 


90 15-16 


30 8 


29,984 


1,393,511 


29 


2'/^ 


26 3-16 


90% 


30 9 


24,276 


1,417,787 


6 


2/2 


26 5-16 


90 1-16 


30 8 


22,183 


1,439.970 


13 


2)6 


26% 


90 3-16 


30 8 


25,600 


1,465,570 


20 


2i4 


26 5-16 


90% 


30 10 


26,514 


1.492,084 ■ 


27 


2^2 


27/8 


90 3-16 


30 11 


21,508 


1,513,593 


3 


2Vi 


26 13-16 


90 9-16 


31 3 


20,984 


1,534,576 


10 


Wi 


27 


90% 


31 4 


16,685 


1,551,261 


17 


2/2 


27)6 


90% 


31 7 


13,819 


1,564,080 


24 


•IVi 


26 15-16 


90 


31 7 


11,574 


1,575,654 


1 


2)2 


26% 


90 1-16 


31 8 


3,579 


1,579,233 


8 


2)6 


27 1-16 


90 3-16 


32 1 


7,854 


1,587,087 


15 


2/2 


27 3-16 


90 11-16 


32 3 


4,884 


1,591,971 


22 


2)6 


27 3-16 


90% 


33 2 


6,558 


1,598,529 


29 


2/2 


27 3-16 


90 9-16 


32 3 


7,691 


1.606,320 


5 


2/2 


27 5-16 


90 7-16 


31 11 


5,062 


1,611,282 


12 


2K 


27/2 


90 3-16 


30 5 


8,184 


1,619,466 


19 


2/2 


28 


90 11-16 


28 5 


32,715 


1,652,181 


26 


2V^ 


mi 


90% 


27 1 


88,656 


1,740,837 



Cotton 
Mid. 

Ameri- 
can. 



d. 
6.40 
6.74 
6.73 
6.46 
5.54 
5.70 
5.48 
5.32 
5.34 
5.40 
5.40 
5.28 
5.18 
4.25 
4.17 
4.27 
4.06 
3.83 
3.89 
3.82 
3.71 
3.77 
4.01 
4.13 
4.27 
4.14 
4.19 
4.24 
4.29 
4 21 
4.28 
4.29 
4.18 
4.12 
4.29 
4.29 
4.40 
4.46 
4.79 
4.65 
4.68- 
4.99 
5.03 
5.38 
5.99 
5.87 
5.98 
6.09 
5.94 
5.74 
5.76 
5.98 



206 



BRITISH WHEAT AND CORN 



Showing prices of cargoes ^^ off coast ^^ and "fo arrive," also weekly imports into 

according to Broomhall's Corn Trade 



(Furnished by the Board's special foreign correspondent, 


Mr. 






Cargoes 
OFF Coast 


To Arrive, Shipping 


1905. 


Californian 
wheat No. 1, 
per quarter. 


Californian 
wheat. No. 1, 
per quarter. 


No. 1 Northern 
wheat, parcels, 
perqr., London. 


•lanuarv 


7 
14 
21 
38 

4 
11 
18 
25 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
oo 

29 

6 

13 

20 

27 

3 

10 

17 

24 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

5 

12 

19 

26 

2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

7 

14 

21 

28 

4 

11 

18 

25 

2 

9 

16 

33 

30 


s. d. 


s. d. 
34 .... 
34 .... 
33 6 
33 6 
33 9 
33 6 
33 9 
.33 6 
33 6 
33 6 
33 3 
33 3 
33 6 
33 6 
33 6 
33 6 
33 6 

'32' "ioA 


s. d. 






31 ;;;. 























March. 


037 6 




35 9 




635 9 




b35 414 


April 


b35 .... 
7>34 1054 




33 .... 
32 6 

31 9 


635 .... 




635 .... 




634 .... 


Mav 


C33 9 






33' '.'.'.' 


d34 3 




d34 6 










c34 9 


June 


c34 6 




c34 6 




■ e34 7'/i 




e35 


July 


















Au&rust . . 






/31 3 




/31 3 




/3l 4i4 


September 


m 4i6 

f31 4Ji 




/3) lO^i 




/31 10^ 




31 9 




31 7H 




32 VA 

32 3 

33 3 






32 10^ 




32 7Vi 




33 .... 




32 iVi 




32 6 




32 6 




32 6 




32 6 




32 VA 



















a— March— 15 April. 6— April— May. 

6— June— July. 



c— May— June. d— May— 15 June. 

/—New crop— Oct.— Nov. 



207 



PRICES AND SUPPLY STATISTICS 

United Kingdom according to Custom House returns, and quantities ^'on passage^' 

News. 

George J. S. Broomhall, Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society.) 



OR Shipped 


Weekly Imports into 


On Passage to 


On Passage to 


THE United Kingdom. 


United Kingdom. 


Continent. 


American mixed 
maize, parcels 


Flour, 


Wheat, 


Corn, 


Wheat 
and Flour 


Corn, 


Wheat 

and Plonr 


Corn, 


per quarter, 
Liverpool. 


M. Brls. 


M. qrs. 


M. qrs. 


M. qrs. 


M. qrs. 


M. qrs. 


M. qrs. 


s. d. 
















20 3 


86 


456 


183 


2,660 


796 


1,210 


1,449 


20 


130 


239 


183 


2,786 


846 


1,077 


1,562 


19 9 


76 


336 


218 


3,929 


904 


742 


1,475 


19 7Vi 


134 


409 


292 


3,018 


871 


895 


1,448 


19 iVi 


123 


318 


240 


3,226 


831 


1,143 


1,518 


19 754 


138 


397 


251 


3,356 


693 


1,253 


1,364 


19 WA 


m 


364 


153 


3,593 


723 


1,389 


1,376 


20 


144 


264 


217 


3,981 


688 


1,268 


1,576 


20 3 


161 


493 


179 


4,236 


627 


1,468 


1,316 


20 4% 


100 


551 


227 


4,280 


448 


1,776 


951 


20 9 


121 


507 


189 


4,183 


397 


1,983 


1,085 


20 9 


133 


586 


136 


4.039 


375 


2,059 


815 


19 7H 


145 


603 


179 


3,910 


387 


1,995 


889 


19 9 


101 


582 


134 


3,798 


371 


2,023 


778 


20 1J6 


144 


309 


127 


3,832 


359 


3,129 


721 


20 m 


108 


434 


190 


3,788 


338 


1,978 


728 


19 6 


150 


437 


189 


3,589 


397 


1,994- 


599 


19 7^ 


130 


591 


151 


3,359 


439 


2,284 


605 


20 6 


126 


303 


131 


3,397 


582 


2,386 


519 


21 3 


93 


395 


95 


3,300 


719 


2,521 


529 


21 7J6 


66 


440 


183 


3,230 


691 


2,353 


531 


21 TA 


116 


514 


156 


3,151 


725 


2,539 


581 


22 6 


104 


453 


169 


3,11?, 


797 


3,596 


740 


22 6 


80 


408 


148 


3,172 


812 


3,483 


658 


23 3 


126 


395 


172 


3,183 


781 


2,401 


779 




66 


427 


162 


3.338 


905 


2,^2 


953 


*23' '.'.'.'. 


68 


552 


224 


3,133 


937 


2,383 


957 




80 


562 


144 


3,036 


919 


2,218 


98T 


123" h" 


91 


620 


143 


2,872 


930 


2,022 


1,083 


$22 7H 


97 


668 


152 


2,585 


1,111 


2,012 


1,197 


22 4J6 


131 


539 


251 


2,472 


1,165 


1,806 


1,175 


22 9 


81 


510 


193 


3,356 


1,241 


1,745 


1,243 


22 9 


121 


463 


227 


2,316 


1,244 


1,673 


1,147 


22 9 


84 


523 


344 


2,252 


1,294 


1,833 


1.097 


22 6 


67 


445 


179 


2,182 


1,317 


2,080 


1.133 


22 10^ 


166 


524 


292 


1,945 


1,265 


2,101 


1,105 


22 10^ 


191 


549 


359 


1,680 


1,117 


2,301 


1,055 


22 10i4 


123 


456 


313 


1,473 


1,090 


2,349 


1,030 


22 lOH 


137 


476 


240 


1,335 


995 


2,402 


968 


22 9 


174 


214 


239 


1,360 


1,005 


2,314 


812 


23 


173 


443 


265 


1,199 


825 


1.953 


7«2 


23 9 


197 


266 


189 


1,308 


705 


2,051 


674 


24 3 


217 


300 


167 


1,534 


636 


2,017 


565 


24 


179 


379 


105 


1,572 


654 


2,063 


597 


24 


147 


364 


127 


1,713 


675 


2,184 


664 


$21 6 


233 


391 


59 


1,844 


804 


2.068 


812 


22 IVi 


200 


362 


117 


1,980 


833 


2,263 


933 


22 6 


190 


423 


153 


1,880 


839 


2,423 


916 


22 9 


211 


354 


73 


1,958 


832 


2,534 


998 


21 3 


126 


485 


280 


1,845 


788 


2,078 


1,178 


21 


240 


414 


221 


1,875 


692 


1,887 


1,206 


21 1^ 


84 


274 


123 


2,026 


861 


1,628 


1,332 



♦August— September. 



tJuly— August. 



t December. 



208 

LIVERPOOL GRAIN, FLOUR 

Weekly range of prices in the City of Liverpool 
Furnished by the Board's special foreign correspondent, 



1904. 



January . . 

February . 
March..... 
April 

May. .'."■;; 

June 

July.! ■.■.■.!' 

Augiist . . . 

September 
October. . . . 

November 
December 



3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
28 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 

18 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 

2.T 

1 

8 

15 
•>2 

29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

3 

10 
17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
28 

5 
12 
19 
26 



Wheat. 



No. 1, 
Californian 
per 100 lbs. 



s. d. s. d 



6 10H@6 11 
6 lOVim 11 
6 10 ®6 lOi 
6 10i4@6 lOi 
6 8H®6 9 
6 10 @6 104 



No. 2, 
Red Winter 
per 100 lbs. 



s. d. 8. d 

a6 7)6@6 8 

a6 7H@6 8 

*6 7)6@6 8 

a6 7J6@6 8 

a6 7}«8@6 8 

a6 7^@6 8 

a6 7)6@6 8 



da 4%@6 
d6 4^@6 
d6 4^@6 
6 8 ®6 
6 6 @6 
6 6}4@6 
6 6^®6 
6 6H@6 
6 7i^@6 
6 7 @6 
7 @6 
7 ®6 
7 ®6 
7 @6 
. 7 ®6 

f6 7%m 

f6 7M®6 



5 
5 
5 



8 

7H 

7H 

7J4 
7M 
754 
8 

m 



No.l, 

Spring 

per 100 lbs. 



s. d. 8. d. 



b7 7 @7 IVt 
b7 6 @7 6J^ 



c6 9^®6 10 
c6 9 m 9V4 
c6 9 @6 dV, 



®7 



0^ 
0^ 

e6 11>^@6 115^ 
b7 @7 0}4 
b6 11K2®7 
b6 11 @6 111/4 
b$6 8^®6 9 
bt6 9 ®6 9)6 
b*6 10 @6 10)6 
b*6 9i^®6 9X 
b$6 85^@6 9M 



Corn. 



American 

mixed, 
per 100 lbs. 



s. d. s. 
4 5 ®4 
4 3>4@4 

3 11^@4 

4 0^®4 

3 115!i®4 an 

4 "- ■ 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



0i4@4 1 

l?i@4 2 

1^®4 2 

2i4®4 21^ 

2%®4 8 

4 @4 414 
4Ji@4 4^2 
4i/4®4 4)6 
3%®4 4 
2M®4 3 
2}^®4 3 
2Kj@4 3 
2i4@4 3 
3M®4 3)6 
3^@4 3?4 

5 @4 5)6 

6 @4 6)4 
7i4®4 7% 

®5 0)4 

@5 OM 

1 @5 lYt 
1H®5 15^ 

2 ®5 2)4 
15^®5 2 
3)4®5 3?i 

1 @5 1J4 
4 105S£@4 11 

4 11i^@5 

5 0%®5 1 
5 05li@5 1 
4 105£@4 11 

4 10 ®4 10)6 
4 9)6@4 10 
4 9H@4 9^ 

4 11M®5 

5 0)4@5 034 
li4@o 114 
2)6®5 3 

2 @5 2)i 
2 ®5 2)4 
1 ®5 1)6 

4 11 ®4 11)4 
4 10)6@4 11 
4 103!i®4 11 
4 9}^4 10 
4 9 ®4 91^ 



(a)Canadian Mixed Winter. 
(b)No. 1 Northern Manitoba. 



(d)No. 2 Red (Philadelphia). (e)No. 1 Northern Dululh. 
(c)Northern Duluth. (b:t:)New crop. (f)No. 2 Red Canadian. 



209 



AND PROVISION MARKETS. 

for grain, flour and provisions dunng 1905. 

Mr. George J. S. Broomhall. Fellow of the Eoyal Statistical Society. 



Flour. 




Provisions. 




American 
first spring 

patents, 
per 280 lbs. 


Extra and 

Fancy 
American 
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ESTIMATED STOCKS OF GRAIN, ETC., IN MER- 
CHANTS' HANDS IN LIVERPOOL 

As declared monthly during 1905, by the Liverpool Corn Trade Association. 



(Furnished by the Board's special foreign correspondent, Mr. George J. S. Broomhall, 

Fellow ol the Royal Statistical Society.) 



1905. 



January . . . 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September, 

October 

November . 
December. . 



Wheat. 
Centals. 



2,448,437 
1,919,006 
1,547,386 
1,653,032 
1,897,315 
1,366,287 
1,352,481 
1,588,252 
1,754,971 
2,096,201 
1,463,248 
1,569,712 



Barley. 
Centals, 



291,016 
179,803 
150,829 
124,361 
121,599 
86,719 
178,604 
181,239 
164,774 
152,566 
141,794 
155,781 



Oats. 
Centals. 



9,536 
12,738 

9,333 
12,065 

5,480 

7,401 
57,391 
73,731 
73,073 
62,391 
35,194 
50,443 



Beans. 
Centals, 



12,122 

7,407 

26,554 

23,489 

9,081 

10,479 

14,204 

8,990 

12,593 

21,868 

16,101 

15,069 



Peas. 
Centals. 



20,707 

16,559 

15,071 

8,687 

18,394 

23,787 

32,472 

15,509 

11.252 

8,762 

1,428 

2,314 



Indian 

Corn. 

Centals. 



458,087 
659,974 
526,804 
453,888 
422,792 
348,313 
274,449 
215,918 
314,709 
607,534 
692,129 
629,084 



Oatmeal 
Loads. 



3,150 

2,870 

4,030 

2,770 

2,360 

1,702 

945 

504 

810 

672 

1,095 

543 



Flour. 
Sacks. 



56,383 
55,434 
48,029 
45,225 
46,485 
53,743 
39,435 
30,509 
35,121 
37,450 
50,133 
43,918 



ESTIMATED STOCKS OF GRAM, ETC., IN 

LIVERPOOL 

As declared monthly during 1904. 



1904. 



January . . 
February . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August — 
September 
October . . . 
November. 
December. 



Wheat. 


Barley. 
Centals. 


Oats. 


Beans. 


Peas. 


Indian 
Corn. 

Centals. 


Oatmeal. 


Centals. 


Centals. 


Centals. 


Centals. 


Loads. 


1,709.425 


156,313 


51,925 


29,189 


15,901 


653,898 


3,210 


1,244,853 


164,639 


45,347 


43,652 


15,567 


499,481 


3,305 


661,982 


158.539 


40,752 


69,396 


10,536 


594,889 


3,840 


1,304,256 


189,244 


25,934 


60,6.37 


8,466 


831,286 


3,325 


1,512,878 


302,327 


44,754 


39,036 


11,967 


1,153,158 


2,700 


1,800,331 


361,882 


40,690 


38,937 


59.419 


1,020,076 


2.159 


1,907,864 


298,049 


35,354 


20,939 


47.594 


708,859 


1,666 


1,475,155 


395,395 


9,177 


15,579 


35,936 


553,172 


1,625 


1.416.070 


332,649 


3,369 


6.116 


24,901 


252,945 


1,900 


1.752,436 


446,215 


20,505 


16,208 


26,668 


700,989 


944 


2,450,736 


256,713 


20,510 


10,261 


17,157 


896.916 


1.117 


2,542,725 


424,306 


9.420 


21,705 


11,643 


601,420 


1,210 



Flour. 
Sacks. 



65,269 
67,793 
72,618 
75,019 
67,943 
61,551 
61,223 
51.701 
40,589 
39,032 
43,666 
57,058 



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An official return of tJie direct imports from foreign countries of Wheat, Maize, Barley, 

Oats and Wheaten Flour into each port of the United Kingdom during 

the calendar year 1905 and preceding four years. 

(Furnished by the Board's special foreign correspondent, Mr. George J. S. Broomhall, Fellow 

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ENGLAND 



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Rochester 

Carlisle 

Dover 

Middles borough. 

Lowestoft 

Shoreham 

Yarmouth 

Poole 

Portsmouth 

Goole 

Preston 

Penzance 

Exeter 

Truro 

Newport .1 

Fowey 

Littlehampton .. 

Teignmouth 

Bridgewater 

Faversham 

Cowes 

Maryport 

Wisbeach 

Blyth 

Queensboro 

Lancaster 

Folkstone 

Colchester 

Berwick 

Whitehaven 

Chester 



1905. 



Cwts. 

41.559,025 

40,148.322 

25,262,999 

13,190,200 

5,997,500 

5,304,900 

1.209,700 

1,985,100 

1,964,000 

1,757,290 

1,246,600 

1,314,800 

809,100 

795,700 

814,800 

717,700 

655,200 

544,800 

434,800 

162,700 

486,100 

284,700 

334,300 

107,500 

900 

128,900 

190,400 

137,500 

31,100 

59,900 

67,000 

149.700 

43,100 

35,700 

18.500 

59,400 



1904. 



4,100 
12,400 



4,000 
3,800 



20,000 



Total England 



30,500 



148,084,736 



Cwts. 

42,343,692 

38,381,621 

25,679,520 

13,373,820 

6,447,000 

5,916,200 

2,362,600 

2,091,640 

1,940,500 

1,789.440 

1,709,500 

1,391,200 

1,108,600 

1,040,100 

984,000 

686,220 

614,400 

531,600 

447,100 

381,700 

379,900 

.358,700 

295,600 

283,100 

199,000 

192,400 

163,900 

159,400 

132,800 

71,500 

56,500 

50,500 

47,100 

38.900 

29,990 

26,600 

14,500 

13,700 

4,700 

3,900 

3,800 

3,100 

2,600 

2,400 

2,000 

700 



1903. 



151,556,743 



Cwts. 

42.876,823 

40,371,015 

24,489,468 

15,702,164 

4,959,673 

7,284,439 

1,064,303 

1.836,419 

1,377,814 

1.922,987 

1,203,280 

1,667,199 

1,317,074 

852,267 

853,772 

988,353 

345,813 

284,085 

429,797 

308,806 

243,637 

209,000 

263,187 

159,203 

343,800 

265,634 

136,182 

208,448 

38585 

119,970 

71,796 

27,108 

31,206 

12,204 

14,521 

26,600 

" " 2;606 
3.596 

12,285 
3,660 

11,446 



1,400 



54,351 

13,467 

378 

69 

13 



1903. 



153,309,897 



Cwts. 

39,521,487 

38,559,284 

22,621,393 

13.497,898 

4,927,557 

4,377,485 

1,394,912 

1,495,383 

1,581,622 

1,771,227 

1,800,371 

1,732,322 

1,290,830 

934,126 

796,312 

925,955 

390,109 

196,583 

494,298 

1,181,861 

96,781 

241.973 

246,722 

290,133 

110,615 

207,595 

162,523 

175,741 

191 

215,109 

109,046 

77,183 

41,343 

a3,707 

9,179 

""3M46 
2,717 

"12,557 

9I426 



3,958 



1901. 



31,849 

15,817 

598 

113 



12 



141,601,941 



Cwts. 

43,933,800 

43,902.990 

19,847,650 

14,681,640 

3,349,400 

3,698,040 

1,074,100 

1.373,160 

1.834,000 

1,547.330 

1,518,900 

1,575.010 

1,405,230 

678,900 

416,200 

698,360 

382,100 

241,900 

547,000 

634,100 

18,400 

386,700 

183,700 

215,600 

95,900 

367,400 

81,200 

116,500 

""l5b',566 
112,700 
74,000 
34,600 
45,500 
49,310 

""31,166 

' " ii',766 

13,100 

6,200 

5,100 



48,700 
32,500 

56 

26 

17,700 
6,600 



145,344,490 



213 



ANNUAL IMPORTS INTO THE UNITED KINGDOM — 

COISTTESTJED. . 

SCOTLAND. 





1905. 


1904. 


1903. 


1902. 


1901. 


Glasgow 

Leith 


Cwts. 

9,688,600 

6,304,800 

430,600 

159,600 

170.800 

43,100 

300 

66,800 

31,300 

8,100 


Cwts. 

9,441,500 

7,019,010 

456.000 

374,600 

245,800 

147,500 

135,000 

45,500 

33,400 

33.500 

4,900 

40 


Cwts. 

13,153,480 

8,181,838 

453,085 

368.154 

213,519 

260,188 

64,311 

4,980 

194,806 

4.805 


Owts. 

9,989,166 

7,194.633 

893,203 

558,445 

191,577 

124.364 

294,177 

1,129 

322,294 

11,509 


Owts. 

10,703.300 

6,645.600 


Aberdeen 


726,000 


Gran ton 


406.300 


Camnbeltown 


219.700 


Inverness 


34.800 


Greenock . . 


243.800 


Grangemouth 


810 


Dundee 


197,300 


Montrose 


15.100 


Kirkwall 




Lerwick 










Kirkfialdv . 


3,600 


87 
34 
23 


371 

17,362 

38 




Alloa 




3.600 


Ardrosson 








Troon 






6.100 














Total Scotland 


16,907,400 


17,915.750 


21,798.310 


19,434,168 


19,196.310 



IRELAND. 





1905. 


1904. 


1903. 


1902. 


1901. 


Belfast 


Cwts. 

6,385,200 

3.893,200 

2.174,100 

2,063,800 

988,400 

596,000 

760,000 

193,300 

134,600 

341,600 


Owts. 

6,469,300 

4,175,370 

3,794.730 

2.397,400 

i;321,200 

1,158,400 

881.200 

543,500 

169,500 

163,600 

44,400 


Owts. 

8,450,889 

4,421.732 

2.883,281 

2,055.831 

1,083,433 

1,187,020 

1,019,870 

426.780 
54,415 

172,700 
42.136 


Owts. 

6,710.660 

4.348,438 

2,541,862 

3,390,058 

898,868 

1.371,001 

850,394 

485.034 

96,294 

45,600 

78,514 


Cwts. 
6,312,180 


Dublin 


3,959,450 


Cork 


2.337,300 


Limerick 


2,053.600 


Waterford 


958.700 


Londonderry 


1,.309,300 


Sliso 


969.000 


Tralee 

Galway 


497.700 
177,800 


Newry 


64.300 


Westnort 


134.500 








Total Ireland 


17,420,200 


30,118,600 


21,798.067 


19,616,723 


18,755,730 



WALES. 





1905. 


1904. 


1903. 


1902. 


1901. 


Cardiff 

Swansea 

Llanelly 


Owts. 

6,168,800 

1,619,900 


Owts. 
5,487,300 
1,571.100 
5,000 


Owts. 
4,311,510 
1,431,418 
3,301 


Owts. 

3,896,405 

1,371,156 


Owts. 

3,356,030 

1,360,600 


Total Wales 


7,788,700 


7,063,300 


5,746.129 


5,367,561 


4.716,630 



ISLE OF MAN. 





1905. 


1904. 


1903. 


1902. 


1901. 


Douglas 


Cwts. 


Owts. 


Cwts. 
4,775 
2,350 
140 


Cwts. 
9.637 
2,944 
20 


Owts. 


Ramsey 








Castletown 
















Total Isle of Man 






7,265 


12.601 





RECAPITULATION. 





1905. 


1904. 


1903. 


1902. 


1901. 


England . 


Cwts. 
148,084,736 
16,907,400 
17,420,300 

7,788,700 


Cwts. 

151,556.743 

17,915,750 

20.118.600 

7,063,300 


Owts. 

l.')2.309,897 

21,798,310 

21,798,067 

5,746,129 

7,365 


Cwts. 

141,601.941 

19,434,168 

19,616,733 

5,267,561 

12,601 


Cwts. 

145,344,490 

19,196,310 

18 755 730 


Scotland 


Ireland 


Wales 


4,716,630 


Isle of Man 










Total United Kingdom 


190,301.036 


196.654,393 


201.659.668 


185,932,994 


188.013.060 



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FOREIGN WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, WITH 
AMERICAN EQUIVALENTS. 

2/ie following table embraces only sitch weights and measures as are given from time 
to time in consular reports and in tlie course of commercial relations. 



Denominations. 



Almude 

Ardeb 

Are 

Arobe 

Arratel or libra 

Arroba (dry) 

Arroba (dry) 

Arroba (dry) 

Arroba (dry) 

Arroba (dry) 

Arroba (dry) 

Arroba (liquid) 

Arshine 

Arshinp (square) 

Artel.... 

Baril 

Barrel 

Barrel 

Berkovets 

Bongkal 

Bouw 

Bu 

Butt (wine) 

Guffiso 

Candy 

Candy 

Oantar 

Cantar 

Cantar 

Cantaro (cantar) 

Carga 

Catty 

Catty* 

Catty 

Catty 

Cantaro 

Centner 

Centner 

Centner 

Centner , 

Centner 

Centner 

Centner 

Centner 

Centner 

Chih 

Coyan 

Coyan 

Cuadra 

Cuadra 

Cuadra 

Cuadra 

Cubic meter 

Cwt. (hundredweight) 

Dessiatine 

Uessiatine 

Drachme 

Fanega (dry) , 

Fanega(dry) 

Fanega (dry) 

Fanega (dry) 

Fanega (dry) 

Fanega (dry) 

Fanega (dry) 

Fanega (dry) 

Fanega (liquid) 

♦More frequently called "kin 
avoirdupois. 



Where used. 



Portugal 

Egypt 

Metric 

Paraguay 

Portugal 

Argentine Republic 

Brazil 

Cuba 

Portugal 

Spain 

Venezuela 

Cuba, Spain and Venezuela 

Russia 

Russia 

Morocco 

Argentine Republic and Mexico, 

Malta (customs) 

Spain (raisins) 

Russia 

India 

Sumatra 

Japan 

Spain 

Malta 

India (Bombay) 

India (Madras) 

Morocco , 

Syria (Damascus) 

Turkey 

Malta 

Mexico and Salvador 

China 

Japan 

Java, Siam and Malacca 

Sumatra 

Central America , 

Bremen and Brunswick 

Darmstadt 

Denmark and Norway 

Nuremberg 

Prussia 

Sweden 

Vienna 

ZoU verein 

Double or metric 

China 

Sarawak 

Siam (Koyan) 

Argentine Republic 

Paraguay 

Paraguay (square) 

Uruguay 

Metric 

British 

Russia 

Spain 

Greece 

Central America 

Chile 

Cuba 

Mexico 

Morocco 

Uruguay (double) 

Uruguay (single) 

Venezuela 

Spain 



American equivalents. 



4.423 gallons. 
7.6907 bushels. 
0.02471 acre. 
25 pounds. 

1.011 pounds. 
25.3175 pounds. 
33.38 pounds. 
25.3664 pounds. 
33.38 pounds. 
25.36 pounds. 
25.4034 pounds. 
4.263 gallons. 
28 inches. 

5. 44 square feet. 

1.12 pounds. 
20.0787 gallons. 
11.4 gallons. 
100 pounds. 
361.12 pounds. 
832 grains. 

7,096.5 square meters. 

Clinch. 

140 gallons. 

5.4 gallons. 

529 pounds. 

500 pounds. 

113 pounds. 

575 pounds. 

134.7036 pounds. 

175 pounds. 

300 pounds. 

1.3335^ (13.^) pounds. 

1.31 pounds. 

1.35 pounds. 

2.13 pounds. 
4.2631 gallons. 
117.5 pounds 
110.24 pounds. 
110.11 pounds. 

112.43 pounds. 

113.44 pounds. 
93.7 pounds. 
123.5 pounds. 
110. 21 pounds. 
230.46 pounds. 
14 inches. 
3.098 pounds. 
3,667 pounds. 
4.2 acres. 
78.9 yards. 
8.077 square feet. 
Nearly 3 acres. 
35.3 cubic feet. 
113 pounds. 
3.6997 acres. 
1.599 bushels. 
Half ounce. 
1.5745 bushels. 
3.575 bushels. 
1.599 bushels. 
1.54728 bushels. 

j Strike fanega, 70 pounds. 
1 Pull fanega, 118 pounds. 
7.776 bushels. 
3.888 bushels. 
1.599 bushels. 
16 gallons. 



Among merchants in the treaty ports it equals 1.33H pound 



■^-■^^h 



217 



FOEEIGN WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, WITH 
AMERICAN EQUIVALENTS— CoNTnojED. 



Denominations. 



Feddan 

Frail (raisins). 

Frasco 

Frasco 

Fuder 

Garnice 

Gram 

Hectare . 



Hectoliter (dry). . . , 
Hectoliter (liquid) 

Joch 

Ken 

Kilogram (kilo) 

Kilometer , 

Klafter 

Koku 

Korree 

Kwan 

Last 

Last 

Last 

Last '., 

Last 

Last 

League (land) 

Li 

Libra (pound) 

Libra (pound) 

Libra (pound) , 

Libra (pound) , 

Libra (pound) 

Libra (pound) 

Libra (pound) 

Libra (pound) 

Libra (pound) 

Libra (pound) 

Liter 

Livre (pound) 

LiTre (i)Ound) 



Load 



Manzana 

Manzana 

Marc 

Maund 

Meter 

Mil 

Mil 

Milla 

Morgen 

Oke 

Oke 

Oke 

Oke 

Oke 

Pic 

Picul 

Picul 

Picul 

Picul 

Pie 

Pie 

Pik 

Pood 

Pund (pound). 

Quarter 

Quarter 

Quintal 

Quintal 

Quintal...... . 

Quintal 



Where used. 



Egypt 

Spain 

Argentine Republic 

Mexico 

Luxemburg.. 

Russian Poland 

Metric 

Metric 

Metric 

Metric 

Austria-Hungary 

Japan 

Metric 

Metric 

Russia 

Japan 

Russia 

Janan 

Belgium and Holland 

England (dry malt). 

Germany 

Prussia * 

Russian Poland 

Spain (salt) 

Paraguay 

China 

Castillian 

Argentine Republic 

Central America 

Chile 

Cuba 

Mexico 

Peru 

Portugal 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 

Metric 

Greece 

Guiana 

England (timber) 

Costa Rica 

Nicaragua and Salvador 

Bolivia 

India 

Metric 

Denmark 

Denmark (geographical) 

Nicaragua and Honduras 

Prussia 

Egypt 

Greece 

Hungary 

Turkey 

Hungary and Wallachia 

Egypt 

Borneo and Celebes 

China, Japan and Sumatra. 

Java 

Philippine Islands 

Argentine Republic 

Castile 

Turkey 

Russia 

Denmark and Sweden 

Great Britain 

London (coal) 

Argentine Republic 

Brazil , 

Castile, Chile, Mexico and Peru 
Greece 



American equivalents. 



1.03 acre. 

50 pounds. 

2.5096 quarts. 

2.5 quarts. 

264.17 gallons. 

0.88 gallon. 

15.433 grains. 

2.471 acres. 

2.838 bushels. 

26.417 gallons. 

1.422 acres. 

6 feet. 

2.2046 TKiunds. 

0.621376 mUe. 

216 cubic feet. 

4.9629 bushels. 

3.5 bushels. 

8.28 pounds. 

85.134 bushels. 

82.53 bushels. 

2 metric tons (4,480 pounds). 

112.29 bushels. 

11% bushels. 

4,760 pounds. 

4,633 acres. 

2,115 feet. 

7,100grains (troy). 

1.0127 pounds. 

1.043 pounds. 

1.014 pounds. 

1.0161 pounds. ,; 

1.01465 pounds. 

1.0143 pounds. 

1.011 pounds. 

1.0143 pounds. 

1.0161 pounds. 

1.0567 quarts. 

1.1 pounds. 

1.0791 pounds. 

( Square, 50 cubic feet; uiv 

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1 5-6 acres. 

1.727 acres. 

0.507 pound. 

82 2-7 pounds. 

39.37 inches. 

4.68 miles. 

4.61 miles. 

1.1493 miles. 

0.63 acre. 

2.7325 pounds. 

2.84 pounds. 

3.0817 pounds. 

3.85418 pounds. 

2.5 pints. 

21^ inches. 

135.64 pounds. 

133% pounds. 

135.1 pounds. 
137.9 pounds. 
0.94'?8 foot. 
0.91407 foot, 
27.9 inches. 
36.112 pounds. 
1.102 pounds. 
8.252 bushels. 
36 bushels. 
101.42 pounds. 
130.06 pounds. 
101.61 pounds. 

123.2 pounds. 



218 



FOREIGN WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, WITH 
AMERICAN EQUIVALENTS— Continued. 



Denominations. 



Quintal. 
Quintal . 
Quintal. 
Quintal. 
Eottle.. 
Rottle.. 
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Standard (St. Petersburg) 

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Tonde (cereals) 

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Tunna 

Tunnland 

Vara 

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Vara 

Vara 

Vara 

Vara 

Vara 

Vara 

Vedro 

Vergees 

Verst 

Vlocka 



Where used. 



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Paraguay 

Syria 

Metric 

Palestine 

Syria 

Russia 

Malta 

Japan 

India 

Japan 

Japan 

Lumber measure 

British 

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Japan 

Cochin China 

Japan 

Japan 

Space Measure .. 

Denmark 

Denmark 

Japan 

China 

Sweden 

Sweden 

Argentine Republic. 

Castile 

Central America 

Chile and Peru 

Cuba 

Curacao 

Mexico 

Paraguay 

Venezuela 

Russia 

Isle of Jersey 

Russia 

Russian Poland 



American equivalents. 



112 pounds. 
100 pounds. 
125 pounds. 
220.46 pounds. 

6 pounds. 
5U pounds. 

7 feet. 

490 pounds. 
0.021451 acres. 

1 pound 13 ounces. 
11.9305 inches. 

1.6 quarts. 
165 cubic feet. 
14 pounds. 

2,700 cuadras (see cnadraJi. 
1.193 inches. 
590.75 grains (troy.) 
0.25 acre 

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40 cubic feet. 
3.94783 bushels. 
1.36 acre. 
6 feet square. 
1.41 inches. 
4.5 bushels. 
1.22 acres. 
34.1208 inches. 
0.914117 yard. 
32.87 inches. 
33.367 inches. 
33.384 inches. 
33.375 inches. 

33 inches. 

34 inches. 
33.384 inches. 
2.707 gallons. 
71.1 square rods. 
0.663 mile. 
41.98 acres. 



Metric Weights and Measures. 



METRIC WEIGHTS. 

Milligram (0.001 gram) equals 0.0154 grain. 
Centigram (0.01 gram) equals 0.1543 grain. 
Decigram (0.1 gram) equals 1.5432 grains. 
Gram equals 15.432 grains. 
Decagram (10 grams) equals 0.3527 ounce. 
Hectogram (100 grams) equals 3.5274 ounces. 
Kilogram (1.000 grams) equals 2.2046 pounds. 
Myriagram (10,000 grams) equals 22.046 pounds. 
Quintal (100.000 grams) equals 220.46 i>ounds. 
Millier or tonnea— ton (1,000,000 grams) equals 
2,204.6 pounds. 

METRIC DRY MEASURES. 

Milliliter (0.001 liter) equals 0.061 cubic inch. 
Centiliter (0.01 liter) equals 0.6102 cubic inch. 
Deciliter (0.1 liter) equals 6.1022 cubic inches. 
Liter equals 0.908 quart. 
Decaliter (10 liters) equals 9.08 quarts. 
Hectoliter (100 liters) equals 2.838 bushels. 
Kiloliter (1,000 liters) equals 1.308 cubic yards. 

METRIC LIQUID MEASURES. 

Milliliter (0.001 liter) equals 0.0388 fluid ounce. 
Centiliter (0.01 liter) equals 0.338 fluid ounce. 



Deciliter (0.1 liter) equals 0.845 gilL 
Liter equals 1.0567 quarts. 
Decaliter (10 liters) equals 2.6418 gallons. 
Hectoliter (100 liters) equals 26.417 gallons. 
Kiloliter (1,000 liters) equals 264.18 gallons. 

METRIC MEASURES OF LENGTH: 
Millimeter (0.001 meter) equals 0.0394 inch. 
Centimeter (0 .01 meter) equals . 3937 inch. 
Decimeter (0.1 meter) equals 3.937 inches. 
Meter equals 39.37 inches, 
Decameter (10 meters) equals 393.7 Inches. 
Hectometer (100 meters) equals 328 feet 1 inch. 
Kilometer (1,000 meters) equals 0.63137 mile 

(3,280 feet 10 inches). 
Myriameter (10,000 meters) equals 6.2137 miles. 

METRIC SURFACE MEASURES. 

Centare (1 square meter) equals 1,550 square 

inches. 

Are (100 square meters) equals 119.6 square 

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