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TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 

Trade and Commerce 



OF 



CHICAGO, 



FOR THE 



Year Ejn^ded December 31, 1886. 



COMPILED FOR THE 



BOARD OF TRADE 



BY 



GEORGE F. STOIvTE, 



SECRETARY. 



CHICAGO : 
KNIGHT & LEONARD CO., PRINTERS. 

1887. 



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INDEX. 



Executive Officers of the Board of Trade, 1848 to 1887, inclusive vii 

Officers of the Board of Trade, 1886 viii 

Officers of the Board of Trade, 1887 ix 

Members of the Board of Trade Deceased in 1886 x 

Secretary's Review xi 

Report of the Board of Directors xxxviii 

Report of Treasurer xliii 

General Statistical Statements 1 

Population Statistics of the United States, Illinois, and Chicago 2 

Exports and Imports of the United States for a series of years 

(values) 3 

Domestic Exports of the United States (detailed) for three years 

ended June 30 4 

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

June 30 5, 6 

Recapitulation of Exports and Imports, and Coin and Bullion 

movement 6 

Exports of BreadstufEs to Europe since 1847 (quantities) 7 

Total Exports of Flour and Grain for six years 7 

Exports of Flour, Wheat, and Corn from the principal Atlantic 

Ports (weekly) in 1886, with its distribution 8 

Exports of Flour, Wheat, and Corn from the principal Atlantic 

Ports (weekly) in 1886, by Ports of Shipment 9-11 

Exports of Hog Product from the principal Atlantic Ports (weekly) 

inl886 13 

Jj Exports of Beef, Hog Product, Butter, and Cheese during the 

;^ ■ year ended June 30, 1886, with its distribution 13 

^ Nationality of Vessels engaged in the Foreign Commerce of the 

United States, 1860 to 1886, inclusive 14 

Statement showing the number of Alien Passengers arrived in the 

/I United States, 1821 to 1886, inclusive 15 

j^ -* European Wheat Crops for the past eleven years 16 

r\ Public Debt of the United States annually since 1790 17 

I— Detailed Statement of the Public Debt December 31, 1886 18 

Receipts of Flour and Grain at the principal Western River and 

Lake Ports, 1882 to 1886, inclusive 19 

Daily Receipts and Shipments of Wheat and Corn at prominent 

points, in 1886, by months 20-43 

Grain Crops of the United States in 1885, by States, United States 

Agricultural Department estimate _ . 44, 45 

Product of Wheat, Corn, and Oats in 1886, by States, United States 

Agricultural Department preliminary estimate 46, 47 



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IV 

General Statistical statements — Continued. 

Acreage and Product of Wheat in Illinois in 1886, by Counties, 

State Agricultural Department estimate 48, 4J> 

Date of First Frost, 1872 to 1886, inclusive 50, 51 

Acreage, Yield, and Value of the Wheat, Corn, Oats, Rye, and 

Barley Crops of Illinois, 1860 to 1886. inclusive 5^ 

Valuations of Property (for purposes of Taxation) in Illinois, State 

Debt, etc J 58 

Valuations of Property (for purposes of Taxation) in the City of 

Chicago, Taxes Levied, City Debt, etc 54 

Illinois and Michigan Canal and Illinois River Improvement, 

Earnings and Expenses 55 

Illinois and Michigan Canal Clearances, Boats Running, Miles Run, 

Tons Transported 56 

Illinois Central Railroad, Earnings and Tax 57 

Statement of Railways east and west of Missouri River, Tributary 

to Chicago 58 

Number of Allies of Railroad in the United States for a series of 

years 5& 

Number of Miles of Railroad in operation and constructed in the 

United States, 1830 to 1886, inclusive 60 

Length of Railways in Europe and United States for a series of 

years 60 

Dutch Imports of Grain 61 

Austrian and Hungarian and German Imports and Exports of 

Grain 61 

Production and Imports of Wheat and Flour of the United King- 
dom. 1867-68 to 1886-87 62 

Production. Imports, and Exports of Raw Cotton, 1872 to 1886 63 

English Prices of Money. Cotton, and Wheat 64 

Coal producotl in the United States 65 

Pork Packing in the ^Mississippi Valley, Number of Hogs Packed at 

the Principal Points in the last five (winter) packing seasons 66, 67 

Pork Packing in the Mississippi Valley for a series of years 

(summer and winter packing) 68 

Detailed Statement of the Pork Packing at Chicago, winter seasons 

of 1885-86 and 1886-87, and aggregates of previous years 69-73 

NumV)er of Hogs packed at Chicago, years ended March 1, 1886, and 

March 1. 1887 " 73, 74 

Hog Products Exi^orted from the United States to Germany and 

France 75 

Detailed Statement of Weekly Shipments of Hog Product 76, 77 

Statistics of Cattle and Ilog Movement and of the Packing Business 

at Chicago for twenty-three years IS- 

Niimber of Cattle Slaughtered at Chicago for the past three years -. 79 

Receipts of Flour and Wheat at Chicago from twenty-seven crops.. SO' 

Receipts and Shipments of Flour and Grain at Chicago for a series 

of years 81, 83 

Receipts and Shipments of Various Commodities at Chicago for a 

series of years 83, 84 



General statistical statements — Continued. 

Semi-Monthly Prices of Mess Pork and Prime Steam Lard in 

Chicago for nine years 85, 86 

Lowest and Highest Monthly Prices of Corn for a series of years 8-7 

Semi-Monthly Prices of Flour, Wheat, Corn, and Oats in Chicago 

for seven years 88, 89 

Rnles Governing the Inspection of Grain in Chicago 90-93 

Commission Charges Established by the Board of Trade, Chicago.. 94 

Rates for Inspecting and Weighing in Chicago 95, 96 

Detailed Statistics of Chicago for 1886 97 

Value of Goods Imported and Duties on same 98 

Description and Quantities of Imported Goods 99 

Duties Collected Monthly for five years 100 

Value of and Duties on Imported Goods Warehoused, by months . . 100 

Business of the Inspector's Office, Custom House 101 

Exports by Lake to Canada for seven years 101 

Internal Revenue Collections, by months 103 

Clearing House Statement, by months, for five years 103 

Exports from Chicago with Benefit of Drawback 103 

Board of Trade Clearing House Statements for three years 104 

National Bank Statements, December 28 105 

Postoifice Statement 106 

Inspections of Grain, car loads, by months 107 

Receipts and Shipments of Flour and Grain, weekly 108, 109 

Stocks of Flour and Grain, weekly 110 

Elevator Capacity for Grain Storage 111 

Elevator Rates of Charges for Grain Storage 111 

Visible Supply of Grain, weekly, 1885 and 1886 113, 113 

Stock of Hog Product, 1883 to 1886, inclusive 114, 115 

London and Liverpool Wheat and Corn Quotations 116, 117 

Product per capita ' ._ 118 

Bushel Measure 118 

Stocks of Pork and Lard in New York, 1880 to 1886, inclusive 119 

Direct Exports of Produce to Europe 120 

Exports of Produce to Canada by Lake . 121 

Through Tonnage by Rail 121 

Receipts and Shipments of Various Commodities, by routes 122, 123 

All-Rail Through Business in Flour and Grain 124, 125 

Statement showing the Entire Movement of Flour and^Grain 1. 126, 127 

Flour Manufactured in Chicago 128 

Monthly Stocks of Flour in Chicago for five years 128 

Weekly Prices of Flour 129 

Receipts and Shipments of Flour and Wheat, by routes and by 

months 180 

Weekly Prices of Wheat 131 

Receipts and Shipments of Corn and Oats, by routes and by months 132 

Weekly Prices of Corn and Oats 133 

Receipts and Shipments of Rye and Barley, by routes and by 

months 134 

Weekly Prices of Rye and Barley 135 



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Detailed Statistics of Chicago for 1886 — Continued, 

Receipts and Shipments of Cattle and Sheep, by routes and by 

months ISft 

Receipts and Shipments of Hogs (Live and Dressed), by routes and 

by months 137 

Weekly Prices of Cattle, Hogs, and Sheep : 138 

Weekly Prices of Beef Product • 139 

Monthly Stocks of Hog Product for 1886 and for a series of years. . 140' 
Receipts and Shipments of Hog Product, other than Lard, by routes 

and by months 141 

Weekly Prices of Hog Product 142, 143 

Receipts and Shipments of Lard and Dressed Beef, by routes and 

by months ' 144 

Receipts and Shipments of Butter and Cheese, by routes and by 

months 145 

' Weekly Prices of Butter, Cheese, and Eggs 146' 

Distilled Spirits, Manufacture and Prices of 147 

Daily Prices of Wheat, Corn, Oats, Rye, Barley, Mess Pork, Lard, 

Short Rib Sides, and Live Hogs, for future delivery 148-171 

Receipts and Shipments of Seeds, by routes and by months 173 

Weekly Prices of Salt and Seeds 173 

Receipts and Shipments of Wool and Hides, by routes and by 

months 174 

Weekly Prices of Wool and Hides 175 

Receipts and Shipments of Coal, by routes and by months 176 

Monthly Prices of Coal and Hay 177 

Weekly Prices of Beans and Potatoes 178 

Lumber Statistics, Stocks 179 

Receipts and Shipments of Lumber and Shingles 179 

Cargo Prices of Lumber, Shingles, and Lath 180' 

Freights on Grain by Lake and Erie Canal 181 

Lake (Steam) and Rail Freights Eastward 182 

All-Rail Freights Eastward 183 

European Through Freights, Rail and Steamer 184 

Receipts and Shipments by Illinois and Michigan Canal, by months 185, 186 

Lake Commerce of Chicago 187 

Opening of Navigation at Mackinac for a series of years 187 

Receipts and Shipments in 1886 188, 189 

Arrivals and Clearances in 1886 and previous years 190 

Vessels Built and Documented in Chicago in 1886 191 

^Vessels Lost in 1886 (Owned in Chicago) . 191 

Veteels Owned in Chicago, December 31, 1886, with their tonnage. 192, 193 

Members of the Board of Trade, December 31. 1886 195-248 



EXECU'J^IVE OFFICERS 



BOARD OF TRADE 

SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION. . 



Tear, 


Presidents. 


First Vice-Presidents. 


1848. 


Thomas Dyer, 


Charles Walker, 


1849. 


Thomas Dyer, 


Charles Walker, 


1850. 


Charles Walker, 


John P. Chapin, 


1851. 


Charles Walker, 


John P. Chapin, 


1853. 


George Steel, 


Thomas Hale, 


1853. 


Thomas Hale, 


Charles H. Walker, 


1854. 


George A. Gibbs, 


William D. Houghteling, 


1855. 


Hiram Wheeler, 


Samuel B. Pomeroy, 


1856. 


Charles H. Walker, 


George C. Martin, 


1857. 


Charles H. Walker, 


George W. Noble, 


1858. 


Julian S. Rumsey, 


Thomas H. Beebe, 


1859. 


Julian S. Rumsey, 


Thomas H. Beebe, 


1860. 


Ira Y. Munn, 


Eli Bates, 


1861. 


Stephen Clary, 


Clinton Briggs, 


1862. 


Calvin T. Wheeler, 


Asa Dow, 


1863. 


John L. Hancock, 


Nathaniel K. Fairbank, 


1864. 


John L. Hancock, 


Thomas Parker, 


1865. 


Charles Randolph, 


Thompson Maple, 


1866. 


John C. Dore, 


Phineas L. Underwood, 


1867. 


Wiley M. Egan, 


Lyman Blair, 


1868. 


EnOS V. ROBBINS, 


Elijah K. Bruce, 


1869. 


Jesse M. Richards, 


Samuel H. McCrea, 


1870. 


Samuel H. McCrea, 


Benjamin F. Murphey, 


1871. 


Josiah W. Preston, 


Charles E. Culver, 


1873. 


JosiAH W. Preston, 


Charles E. Culver, 


1873. 


Charles E. Culver, 


William N. Brainard, 


1874. 


George M. How, 


Howard Priestley, 


1875. 


George Armour, 


John R. Bensley, 


1876. 


John R. Bensley, 


David H. Lincoln, 


1877. 


David H. Lincoln, 


Josiah Stiles, 


1878. 


Nathaniel K. Fairbank, 


William Dickinson, 


1879. 


Asa Dow, 


John H. Dwight, 


1880. 


John H. Dwight, 


Henry W. Rogers, Jr., 


1881. 


Henry W. Rogers, Jr., 


Ransom W. Dunham, 


1882. 


Ransom W. Dunham, 


William E. McHenry, 


1883. 


Ja*es B. Hobbs, 


J. Henry French, 


1884. 


E. Nelson Blake, 


Charles L. Hutchinson, 


1885. 


E. Nelson Blake, 


George T. Smith, .^^ 


1886. 


A. M. Wright, 


James H. Milne, 


1887. 


A. M. Wright, 


George D. Rumsey, 



Second Vice-Presidents, 
.John P. Chapin. 
John P. Chapin. 
None. 
None. 
None. 
None. 
None. 
None. 
None. 
None. 
None. 

Stephen Clary. 
John V. Farwell. 
Ebenezer G. Wolcott. 
John L. Hancock. 
Charles Randolpl. 
Charles J. Gilbert. 
.Iohn C. Dore. 
Eleazur W. Densmore^ 
Calvin B. Goodyear. 
JiRAH D. Cole, Jr. 
Henry A. Towner. 
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. Dunha.m. 
William E. McHenry. 
J. Henry French. 
Charles L. Hutchinson. 
George T. Smith. 
James H. Milne. 
George D. Rumsey. 
William S. Seaverns. 



Secretaries. 
1848. W. L. Whiting. 
1849 to 1851, inclusive, and part of 1852. John C. Dodge. 

1852. part of official year. James E. Daliba. 

1853. LaUBIN p. HiLLlARD. 

1854. James E. Daxiba. 

1855 to 1858 inclusive. W. W. Mitchei,l. 
1859 to 1861 inclusive, and part of 1862. Seth Catlin. 
1862 to 1868 inclusive, except early part of 1862. .John F. Beaty. 
1869. Charles Randolph to March 1, 1884. 
-""*—««» 1884. Geokge F. Stone, from July 1. 

Note.— During 1848 and 1849 the Board was a voluntary organization ; from 1850 to 1859 it was 
organized under a general incorporation law of the State. Since early in 1859 it has remained under 
a special charter granted by the Legislature in February of that year. 



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OFFICEES 

OF THE 

BOAED or TEADE OF THE CITY OE CHICAGO 



FOfC 1886. 



A. 31. WRIGHT, President. 
JA3IES H. MILXE, 1st Vice-President. GEO. D. RUMSEY, 2d Yice-Presideni. 



Tekm ExriRixd 1887. 

W. S. SEAVERNS, 
J. C. HATELY. 
W. H. CROCKER, 
EDMUND NORTON, 
W. W. CATLIN. 



directors: 
Term Expirink 1888. 

G. G. MOORE. 
GEO. J. BRINE, 
W. H. BEEBE. 
W. D. GREGORY, 
GEO. G. PARKER. 



GEO. F. STONE. Secretary. 

CHAS. S. FELLOWS, AssH Secretary. 



Term Expiring 1889. 

E. W. BAILEY, 

F. G. KAMMERER.* 
N. T. WRIGHT, 

S. H. McCREA, 
C. J. SINGER. 



JOHN C. BLACK, Treasurer, 
SIDNEY SMITH, Counsel. 



STANDING committees: 

EXECUTIVE Messrs. MILNE, RUMSEY and McCREA. 

ON FINANCE " HATELY, MOORE AND BRINE. 

ON MEMBERSHIP " PARKER, CROCKER and BAILEY. 

ON ROOMS " SEAVERNS, BEEBE AND SINGER. 

ON M.\RKET REPORTS " MOORE, HATELY AND RUMSEY. 

ON PROVISION INSPECTION " \ ^||^'l|^^.^^^' ^OTSFORD, S. A. KENT ani^ 

ON FT OT-R TVSPFCTION « ( CROCKER, ' EDMUND NORTON, PIESER, C. 

ON iLOUK IJsSPECIlON ^ REIFSNIDER AND HOLLEY. 

nv T?T iVQTTTi-n TVSPFOTTON " \ BEEBE, N. T. WRIGHT, S. D. FOSS, LAUSTEN,. 

ON FLAXSEED INSPECTION | AND JAS. WRIGHT. 

ON OTHER INSPECTION " SE.WERNS, EDMUND NORTON. N. T. WRIGHT. 

ON CLEARING HOUSE " RUMSEY, GREGORY AND BAILEY. 

ON REAL ESTATE " EDMUND NORTON. BRINE and MILNE. 

<w -PT-T PC " 5 BRINE, RUMSEY, CATLIN, EDMUND NORTON, 

ON RULES J ^jjp jj ,j, -vvRlGHT. 

ON LEG.'VL ADVICE " CATLIN, MILNE *ND BEEBE. 

ON COMMISSIONS " NORTON, GREGORY AND McCREA. 

C HATELY, SEAVERNS, MOORE, EDMUNn NOR- 
ON TRANSPORTATION " \ TON, MILNE, CATLIN, FLEMING, GEO. M. 

i HOW AND GEO. CLARK. 

ON WAREHOUSES " BRINE, PARKER AND CATLIN. 

ON WEIGHING " BEEBE, RUMSEY AND CROCKER. 

ON METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS " SEAVERNS, PARKER AND NEELD. 

ON CLAIMS AND MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS ; " | ^ g^f g|r PARKER, GREGORY, BAILEY AND 

INSPECTORS : 

INSPECTOR AND REGISTRAR OF PROVISIONS C. H. S. MIXER. 

INSPECTOR OF FLOUR R. W. RATHBORNE. 

INSPECTOR OF FLAXSEED S. H. STEVENS. 

INSPECTOR OF SAMPLE GRAIN H. B. OWEN. 

INSPECTOR OF SAMPLE GRAIN NATHAN LEDERER. 

INSPECTOR OF HAY DAVID WALSH. 

WEIGHER OF PACKING HOUSE PRODUCT C. H. S. MIXER. 

WEIGHER OF OTHER COMMODITIES JOHN WADE. 



COMMITTEE OF ARBITRATION: 



Term Expiring 1887. 



W. B. WATERS, 
J. R. HODSON, 



C. B. CONGDON. 



J. J. BADENOCH, 
L. H. ASH, 



Term Expiring 1888. 



S. B. BUDD, 

A. C. HELMHOLZ, 



W. L. KROESCHELL. 



B. J. McCLEARY, 
E. F. CHAPIN, 



COMMITTEE OF APPEALS: 



Term Expiring 1887. 



JAS. C. ROGERS, 
GEO. H. SIDWELL, 



JAS. L. WARD. 



J. J. McDERMID, 
H. H. ALDRICH, 



Term Expiring 1888. 



E. NELSON BLAKE, 
WM. M. GREGG, 



C. L. RAYMOND. 



F. A. CRITTENDEN, 
JNO. G. BEAZLEY, 



♦Elected October 26, 1886, to succeed N. M. Neeld. 



OFFICERS 

OF THE 



BOAED OF TEADE OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO 



3P03EI. XSSV. 



A. M. WRIGHT, President. 
GEO. D. RUMSEY, 1st Vice-President. WM. S. SEAVERNS, 2d Vice-President. 



Tekm Expiring 1888. 
G. G. MOORE, 
GEO. J. BRINE, 
W. H. BEEBE, 
W. D. GREGORY, 
GEO. G. PARKER. 



directors: 

Term Expiring 1889. 

E. W. BAILEY, 

F. G. KAMMERER, 
X. T. WRIGHT, 

S. H. McCREA, 
C. J. SINGER. 



Term Expiring 1890. 
H. G. GAYLORD. 
GILBERT MONTAGUE, 

A. M. HENDERSON, 
Z. P. BROSSEAU, 

B. J. McCLEARY. 



C. L. HUTCHIXSOX, Treasxirer. 

SIDNEY SMITH, dmnsd. 



GEO. F. STONE, Secretary. 

CHAS. S. FELLOWS, AssH Secretary. 

SAMCEL POWELL, Clearing House Manager. E. P. WHITFORD, Manager Quotation Dept. 

R. S. WORTHINGTON, Manager Real Estate Department. 



STANDING committees: 

EXECUTIVE Messrs. RUMSEY, SEA VEENS AND JIcCREA. 

ON FINANCE " IIOORE, BRINE AKD GAYLORD. 

ON AIEMBERSHIP " GREGORY, HENDERSON AND MONTAGUE. 

ON ROOMS " SEAVERNS, BAILEY AND BEEBEi 

ON MARKET REPORTS " PARKER, SINGER AND BROSSEAU. 

ON PROVISION INSPECTION " \ ^I^^^^^g' Tfiijr^' ^™^^"' «• ^OTSFORD 

ON FLOUR INSPECTION " \ ''*i?J c'' Re'iF^NIdI™' '^ ^'^^^'^' ^^ ''''^'^''^ 

ON FLAXSEED INSPECTION " \ ^^^^ti^ll^^' ^- ^^ ''*'^^' ^-^^'^™^ 

ON OTHER INSPECTION " N. T. WRIGHT, McCLEARY" AND HENDERSON. 

ON CLEARING HOUSE " RUMSEY, BROSSEAU AND KAMMERER. 

ON REAL ESTATE " BRINE, BAILEY AND SEAVERNS. 

^„ „„^ ^„ „ ( SINGER, N. T. WRIGHT, BROSSEAU, K.tM- 

<Jj\ ±tui.li.& ^ MERER AND RUMSEY. 

ON LEGAL ADVICE " BEEBE, MOORE ANT) N. T. WRIGHT. 

ON COMMISSIONS " GREGORY, GAYLORD AND McCLEARY. 

C N. T. WRIGHT, BRINE, MOORE. BEEBE, J. C. 
ON TRANSPORTATION " ■! HATELY, E. O. SEYMOUR, CATLIN, FLEMING 

( AND GEO. M. HOW. 

ON WAREHOUSES " BAILEY, PARKER AND SINGER. 

ON WEIGHING " BEEBE, HENDERSON and PARKER. 

ON METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS " SEAVERNS. McCLEARY AND MONTAGUE. 

ON CLAIMS AND MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS " ^ ^''''^^'^^J^Vrf^J^^^^' ^^REGORY, KAMMERER 

( AND r)irsVjrr.K. 

INSPECTORS : 

INSPECTOR AND REGISTRAR OF PROVISIONS C. H. S. MIXER. 

INSPECTOR OF FLOUR R. W. RATHBORNE. 

INSPECTOR OF FLAXSEED S. H. STEVENS. 

INSPECTOR OF SAMPLE GRAIN H. B. OWEN. 

INSPECTOR OF SAMPLE GRAIN NATHAN LEDERER. 

INSPECTOR OF HAY DAVID WALSH. 

WEIGHER OF PACKING HOUSE PRODUCT C. H. S. MIXER. 

WEIGHER OF OTHER COMMODITIES .lOHN WALKER. 



Term Expiring 1888. 



JOHN R. HODSON, 
A. C. HELMHOLZ, 

W. L. 



F. J. SCHUYLER. 
E. F. CHAPIN, 
KROESCHELL. 



committee op arbitration: 

Term Expiring 1889. 

R. 6. CHANDLER, ADOLPH SECKEL. 

H. F. DOUSMAN, 



NATHAN SMITH. 



C. T. HAUGHEY. 



committee of appeals: 
Term Expiring 1888. 
E. NT:LS0N BLAKE, F. A. CRITTENDEN, G. FRITZE, 

WM. M. GREGG, JNO. G. BEAZLEY, E. B. STRONG, 

C. L. RAYMOND. 



Term Exfirikg 1889. 



J. B. DUTCH. 



.1. B. ROGAN, 
D. E. SIBLEY, 



In SHietnurtam. 



LIST OP MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OP TRADE WHO HAVE 

DIED DURING 1886. 



DAXIEL A. JOXES, January 11. 
GEO. D. BALDWIN, Febeuary 1. 
ALFRED B. HEWETT, February 13. 
JULIAX S. EUMSEY, April 20. 
THOS. S. PHILLIPS, April 21. 
CHAS. H. WALKER, May 5. 
J. W. PRESTON, May 10. 
P. P. OLDERSHAW, May 12. 
WM. M. TILDEX, May 27. 
JAMES S. KIRK, Juxe 16. 
WM. PORTER, Jr., July 1. 
PHILIP H. BLX'K. 
S. B. BUDD, August 20. 
FREDERICK B. FISHER, August 28. 
MATTHEW O'COXXOR, September 4. 
T. T. GURXEY, November 9. 
JOHX WADE, November 13. 
EDGAR WILLIAMSON, November 17. 
HARRY AV. PHILLIPS, December 18. 
AVM. N. STURGES, December 25. 
JAMES M. LOVE, December 25. 



GENERAL REVIEW. 



Chicago, January, 1887. 
Hon. a. M. WRIGHT, President of the Board of Trade of the 
City of Chicago: 

The twenty-ninth annual report of the Board of Trade of the City 
of Chicago, embracing "such other information as may be of interest 
to the members," is, in accordance with the rules of this body, here- 
with submitted. 

Conforming to the statistical order of this volume, I present a few 
observations of a national character, together with certain other har- 
monious incidental facts which seem desirable, that the scope and 
importance of the business of the Board itself may be the better 
apprehended. 

First, the main features of the principal Grain crops of the country 
should be recorded. Upon 136,158,866 acres, have been produced 
2,774,793,000 bushels of Wheat, Corn, and Oats, valued at $1,110.- 
674,950, showing an increase of more than 6,000,000 in acres sown, 
though a decrease of 175,904,000 bushels in quantity grown, and 
$20,000,000 less in value as compared with the corresponding figures 
of the year 1885. 

The crops of Barley and Rye aggregate 86,000,000 bushels upon an 
area of 25,000,000 acres; making the combined area occupied by the 
chief cereals 161,159,000 acres, representing in round numbers 2,800,- 
000,000 bushels, — almost exactly the average production for the last 
five years, the two smallest crops, each showing about 2,600,000,000 
bushels, being those of the years 1882 and 1883. 

CORIf. 

The crop of Corn is estimated at 1,665,441,000 bushels, the product 
of 75,694,208 acres, averaging but twenty-two bushels per acre; the 
smallest in rate of yield, except that of 1881, in the recent series of 
short crops. The noticeable feature of this important and distinctively 
American crop for the past year is, that, although its acreage is 2,500,- 
000 more than in 1885, its total yield is about 270,000,000 bushels less. 
It is, however, the largest of the five crops that have fallen short of an 
average yield; it has a home valuation of $610,000,000, and adapts 

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Xll 

itself to all parallels of latitude and longitude witliin the Union. It 
is not only remarkable for its intrinsic wealth, but for the great vari- 
ety of forms in which it enters into our commercial products, turning 
the wheels of the manifold industries of at least seven great States, 
and so intimately connected with inter-state commerce in its multiplied 
relations, as to constitute, with the cotton crop, the chief bulwark of 
national financial prosperity. Since the possibilities of this crop are 
so immense, and as it is almost exclusively American, special efforts are 
being made to impress upon foreign markets a knowledge of the va- 
riety of its economical uses, with a view of largely increasing its export 
demand. At the coming exhibition in London will be demonstrated 
the desirability, for sanitary and palatable considerations, of extending 
its use as an article of food for the human family. This movement is 
of great importance, and cannot be too highly commended. 

The average farm jorice is 36.6 cents per bushel, which is an 
advance of twelve per cent over that of the previous year. This is the 
first arrest of the steady decline in the price of Corn since the short 
crop of 1881, when the average price was 63.6 cents and the crop was 
1,194,916,000 bushels. 

Illinois, with 209,818,000 bushels of this golden grain, leads the 
great Corn-producing states, followed closely by Iowa, Missouri, 
Kansas, Indiana, and N^ebraska, in the order of their production; 
these six States alone showing an output of 904,000,000 bushels, 
representing a valuation upon the farm of $263,654,000. 

WHEAT. 

The product of this cereal is 457,218,000 bushels, derived from an 
area of nearly 37,000,000 acres, and having a farm value of 1314,000,- 
000; the average price per bushel is 68.7 cents, against 77.1 cents for 
the previous crop, and 64-2- cents for the great crop of 1884. The pres- 
ent is the lowest farm price recorded excepting the year 1884. The 
average production for the last five years in the United States is 
436,000,000 bushels, and for the ten years immediately preceding 
(some of which supplied the heaviest demand for exportation ever 
known) 366,000,000 bushels. The Spring Wheat area is 12,271,605, 
and that occupied by Winter Wheat is 24,534,579 acres. The general 
average for Winter and Spring Wheat is about 124^ bushels per acre, 
and the increase of product over 1885 is 100,000,000 bushels. The 
great state of Minnesota, with nearly 43,000,000 bushels, yielding to 
her farmers over $26,000,000, has produced more than any other state; 
then follow Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, and Illinois. 

The above order of production may be thus accounted for: The 
older states have naturally greater facilities for a diversification of 



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crops, and consequently their yield of the respective cereals is deter- 
mined by price and demand oftener than by merely physical causes 
and influences purely natural. 

OATS. 

The product of this crop is 624,134,000 bushels, grown upon 
23,658,474 acres, as against 629,409,000 bushels produced upon 22,- 
783,630 acres in the year 1885; the valuation, however, is about 
$6,500,000 greater than the crop of that year, being $186,137,930. 
The average value per bushel is 29.8 cents. The tendency, as in the 
case of corn, is in the direction of increased cultivation. The other 
grains being used almost entirely for human consumption, do not, 
admit of such extension. This is the first arrest of the decline in 
price which began in 1882. In 1881 the price was 46.4; in 1882, 
37.5; 1883, 33.0; 1884, 28.0; 1885, 28.0; and in 1886, 29.8 cents per 
bushel. 

COTTON". 

The crop of Cotton for 1885-86 is officially stated at 6,575,691 
bales, produced on 18,300,865 acres, and representing a home valuation 
of $269,989,812. This is the largest crop raised since 1883, and has 
been exceeded but three times, and then but slightly. The quality is 
superior, with a length of staple rarely equaled. The price has been 
lower than for thirty-one years, ranging from 8 13-16 to 9 9-16 cents 
per pound in the City of Kew York. The largest crop prior to the 
war was in 1859-60, and since that period, in 1882-83. 

This plant, first mentioned by Herodotus about 450 B.C., and first 
manufactured in the tenth century, has become, through the invention 
of the cotton-gin by Eli Whitney, the basis of one of the chief indus- 
tries of the country. About the year 1536 the plant was discovered 
in the region drained by the Mississippi and what is now the State of 
Texas; but it was not cultivated on this continent before 1621, though 
it appears that, before the close of the fourteenth century, cotton goods 
of India manufacture controlled the English market. After the revo- 
lutionary war it began to enter into our exports, the first shipment 
being ten bales from the port of Savannah in 1784. In 1886, such is 
the marvelous development of commerce in this article, 4,283,728 
bales were shipped to foreign ports. The flattering feature of its 
outlook is the fact that the American consumption of raw cotton 
is hardly one-third of the American production. The increase of rail- 
road communication, with its attendant activities, which happily is 
taking place throughout the South, will tend to increase the conversion 
of cotton fibre, by domestic labor, into the fabrics which the necessities 



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XIV 

and elegancies of life demand in every market of the world. Patriot- 
ism and interest, with all the finer instincts of humanity, call upon 
capital, labor, mercantile capacity, and activity, everywhere under a 
common flag, to contribute toward the realization by the New South, of 
those cherished hopes to which it is entitled by its wealth of soil and 
citizenship, its character and its manhood. 

FARM ANIMALS. 

The total number of farm animals, comprising horses, mules, milch 
cows, oxen and other cattle, sheep, and swine, is 152,019,868, valued 
at $2,400,586,938, showing a decrease in numbers of 1,479,207 and an 
increase of value of 135,427,076 compared with the corresponding fig- 
ures of the year 1885. Tlie increase in ''other cattle "is specially 
noticeable, and is accounted for by the belief that beef will be more 
profitable than the tillage of crops, and, moreover, that it is not so 
sensitive as grain to depressing market influences. A very marked 
decline is observed in the number of sheep, occasioned by low prices of 
wool, which have prevailed indeed in all the markets of the world. 
The numbers have likewise diminished in other countries. The effect 
of this universal diminution is beginning to be felt in improved values. 

The number of swine is 1,479,207 less than a year ago, a decline, 
attributable mainly to the ravages of cholera; the value, however, is 
increased to the extent of $3,473,397. The number of hogs officially 
reported in January, 1887, is 44,612,836, valued at $200,043,291. 

Notwithstanding milch cows have increased in numbers, their 
aggregate value is very materially less than one year ago, the decline 
being ascribed to low prices for butter. 

The great swine-producing states are Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, 
Texas, Indiana, Nebraska, Ohio, and Kansas, in their order. 

As the new year opens there are substantial signs of an im- 
provement in the value of these animals. 

The average prices of all animals of each species on the 1st of Jan- 
uary each year, for a series of years, are given in the following state- 
ment : 



Year. 



1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 



Horses. 



$58 16 
52 41 
54 75 
58 44 
58 52 

70 59 
74 64 
73 70 

71 27 

72 15 



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Mules. 



$63 70 
56 06 
61 26 
69 79 
71 35 
79 49 
84 22 
82 38 
79 60 
78 91 



Cows. 



$26 41 
21 73 
23 27 
23 95 

25 89 

30 21 

31 37 
29 70 
27 40 

26 08 



Other 
cattle. 



$17 14 

15 39 

16 10 

17 33 
19 89 
21 80 
23 52 
23 25 
21 17 
19 79 



Sheep. Swine. 



$2 25 
2 07 



2 


21 ! 


2 


39 


2 


37 \ 


2 


53 


2 


37 ! 


2 


14 


1 


91 , 


2 01 1 



98 
18 
28 
70 
98 
6 75 
5 57 
02 
25 
48 



3 
4 
4 
5 





4 
4 



California, Texas, and Ohio lead in the production of sheep, while 
Texas, Iowa, Kansas, and Illinois are the principal states in raising 
oxen and other cattle. 

In this country the combined valuation of the prominent cereal 
crops, cotton, and farm animals, reaches the stupendous sum of thirty- 
eight hundred and fifty-two million dollars (13,852,000,000). 

The live stock of the world is, in round numbers, 195,500,000 
cattle, 48,000,000 horses, 393,322,000 sheep, and 93,300,000 swine. 
Europe, the La Plata states of South America, and Australasia are 
the largest sheep-raising countries, together producing 345,000,000 
head. 



PKODL'CTION OF GOLD AND SILVER MINES, AND MONEY CIRCULATION. 

The mines of the United States produced in the calendar year of 
1885, $31,800,000 in gold and $51,600,000 in silver, showing an 
increase over their product of the previous year of about $1,000,000 in 
gold and $2,800,000 in silver. 

The estimated production of gold in the world during the calen- 
dar year 1885 amounted to $101,580,000, and of silver, at its coinage 
value, $125,000,000. The United States produces more of the pre- 
cious metals than any other country. The Republic of Mexico occu- 
pies the second place, Australia the third, and Eussia takes the fourth 
rank. 

The stock of United States coin in circulation in the country July 
1, 1886, was of gold, $548,320,031 and of silver $308,784,223," mak- 
ing a total of $857,104,254. In addition to coin, there was gold and 
silver bullion in the mints and assay offices amounting to $45,923,- 
050.90. The total money circulation in the country July 1 of this- 
year, including U. S. notes, national hank notes, and fractional cur- 
rency amounted to $1,815,571,225. 



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FOREIGN COMMERCE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1886. 

The value of domestic merchandise exported from the United 
States for the year is $665,964,529, as against 1726,682,946 for the 
year immediately preceding. The exports of foreign merchandise 
amount to $13,560,301, showing an excess of total exports over im- 
ports of $44,088,694. The combined value of our imports and exports 
of merchandise is $1,314,960,966. 

Our foreign commerce began to decline in 1882-83 and was the 
result of commercial demoralization, not peculiar to this country, but 
existing in every considerable market of the world. The excess 
of commerce of 1884-85 over that of 1885-86 is $4,756,118, while its 
excess in 1883-84 over that of 1884-85 is $88,494,218. These com- 
parisons furnish well-grounded hopes that trade depression has reached 
its lowest point. Confirmatory of this view, the trade returns thus far 
during the current year show a most gratifying improvement. Be- 
tween 1883 and 1885 the foreign commerce of the United Kingdom 
shrank $437,775,740, of France $318,926,144, and of the United 
States $227,303,232; so that this country is neither alone nor conspic- 
uous in the decline of trade. It is proper here to remark that the com- 
mercial year of Great Britain and France is the calendar year, and 
that of the United States ends June 30. 

The falling off in value of our exports to Europe during the past 
year is $57,000,000, of which decline nearly $50,000,000 is in our 
exports to the United Kingdom. The total decrease in the value of 
exports of domestic merchandise during the last fiscal year is about 
$61,000,000. This decline is chiefly in breadstuffs, provisions, sugar, 
cattle, and copper. 

The products of agriculture constitute nearly 73 per cent of our 
exportation of domestic merchandise. 

First in the order of our exports is cotton, of which we have 
exported 2,058,037,444 pounds, valued at $205,085,642, showing a 
considerable increase in both quantity and value over the exports 
in the year 1884-85. 

Our exports of Wheat amount to 57,759,209 bushels, valued at 
$50,262,715; showing a decrease in quantity of 26,894,505 bushels and 
.in value of $22,670,382. 

Of Corn we have exported 63,655,433 bushels, at a valuation of 
$31,730,922, being 11,821,017 bushels and $3,727,069 more than is 
indicated by the corresponding figures for the previous year. 

The decline in the value of our exports of breadstuffs from the 
fiscal year 1885 amounts to $34,524,263, and $143,710,162 from 
that of 1881. This decline is due to the improvement in Euro- 



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xvu 

pean harvests during the last five years, to the increased wheat pro- 
duction of other countries, and to rapid and cheap transportation, by 
which any deficit can be promptly supplied from competing markets. 
The dependent markets are not obliged, as formerly, to look to any 
special source of supply; hence that rapid and sustained advance 
which once characterized the markets of this country, is not, under 
existing circumstances, probable. Preceding the year 1881, the yield 
in Western Europe was very low, and during that year American ex- 
portation was abnormally great. Thus was brought about an increase 
of millions of acres of wheat, not only in this country but in Russia, 
India, Australia, and South America. This, in connection with 
general business depression in centers of trade, amply explains the sur- 
feit of stocks and the low prices which have prevailed. The total wheat 
product of India for 1885 was officially stated at 7,713,069 tons of 
2,240 pounds (or 287,955,584 bushels of 60 pounds); but the figures 
officially given for the different provinces and native states make up 
a total of 8,013,096 tons (299,122,251 bushels of 60 pounds), and no 
official statement has been received in which this discrepancy is ex- 
plained and the true total authoritatively stated. 

The Wheat product of the world for 1885-86, harvested in 1885 in 
the northern hemisphere, and in the early months of 1886 in the 
southern, is 2,110,000,000 bushels. 

The exportation of Oats is greater than for the year 1884-85 by 
1,481,002 bushels, and in value by $355,132; being 5,672,694 bushels, 
valued at $1,944,772. 

The exports of Provisions, comprising meat and dairy products, 
amount in value to $90,625,216, against $107,332,456 in 1885. Of 
Bacon and Hams we have sent abroad 419,788,796 pounds, which is 
19,661,675 pounds in excess of such articles exported in 1885; though 
the valuation of such exports in 1885 is greater than during the last 
fiscal year by $5,443,737. 

Of Lard we have exported 293,728,019 pounds, against 283,216,339 
pounds shipped to foreign ports in 1885; the valuation, however, of 
that exported in 1886 is 12,233,433 less than during the year 1885. 

The value of Hog Products shipped from the United States during 
the last fiscal year aggregates $57,125,408, and we must go back to the 
year 1872 to find a smaller corresponding statement. 

The exports of Provisions, including meat and dairy products, 
have suffered a marked decline of late years. The decrease of our 
exports to France has been very large, and dates from the exclusion of 
American pork by that government in the year 1882. 

The following exhibit of the value of our exports of Provisions, 
classified as Hog Products, Meats, and Dairy Products, for a series of 
years, will be found suggestive and interesting: 



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-a 
a> . 






1860... 
1861... 
186-:... 
1863... 
1864... 
1865... 
1866... 
1867... 
1868... 
1869. . . 
1870. . . 
1871... 
1872... 
1873... 
1874. . . 
1875... 
1876... 
1877. . . 
1878. . . 
1879... 
1880. . . 
1881... 
1882... 
1883... 
1884... 

i8a5... 

1886... 



Hog Products. 



Bacon 




and 


Pork. 


Hams. 




« 2.373,768 


I3,l;«,313 


4,848,339 


2,609,818 


10,290.-572 


3.980,153 


18,658,280 


4,-334,775 


12,323,327 


5,828.030 


10,5.36,608 


6,850,808 


6,269,796 


4.788,484 


3.291.176 


3.597,690 


5,476,998 


3,267,652 


7,482,0«i0 


3,422,928 


ti.123,113 


3,2.53,137 


8.126,683 


4,302,320 


21,126,.592 


4,122,-308 


;«,0K.137 


5,007,035 


33,38:^,908 


5,808,712 


28.61-'.613 


5,671,495 


39,61)4.4.56 


5,744,022 


49.512,412 


6,296,414 


51,752,068 


4,913,657 


51,074,4;i3 


4,807,568 


.50,987,623 


5,930,252 


61.161,205 


8,272,285 


4«),675,774 


7,201,270 


as. 1.5.5, 952 


6,192,268 


39.684.845 


4,762,715 


37,08.3,948 


-5.203,943 


31.640,211 


.5,12.3.411 



Lard. 



Total 

Hog 

1 Products. 



Beef 
Products. 



All other 

Meat 
Products. 



Dairy 
Products. 



$ 4,545,831 

4,729,297 

10,004,521 

15,755,570 

11,260,728 

9,134,858 

5,970,651 

6,634,556 

9,427,831 

7,443,948 

5,933,397 

10.563,020 

20,177,619 

21,245,815 

19,-308,019 

22,900,522 

22,429,485 

25,562,665 

30,022,133 

22,856,673 

27,930,367 

35,226,575 

28,975,908 

26,618,048 

25,305,953 

22,595,219 

20,:i61,786 



$ 9,951,912 
12,187,454 

. 24,275,246 
38,748,625 
29,412,085 
26,522,274 
17,028,931 
13,523,422 
18,172,481 
18,348,9-36 
15,309.647 
22,993,(^23 
45,426,519 
61,274,987 
58,500,639 
57,184,630 
67,a37,96;3 
81,371,491 
86,687,858 
78.738,674 
84,838,242 

104,660,065 
82,852,946 
70,966,268 

: 69,753,513 
64,88-3.110 
57,125,408 



$4,272,500' 

4,618,143 

6,04.3,190 

8.t«4.407 

9,2:38.278 $ 936,884 

8,324,685 142,683 

5,2.55.a38 65,082 

4,474.968 147,768 

5,236,2-38 76,710 

4.792.987 181,140 

5.7.54.6;39 318,7.57 

6.850,701 ; 208,-362 

8.844.015 697,067 

9,51.5.952 575.407 

11,091.996 , 818,246 

9.890,1.59 735.112 

9.920,682 ' 1,068,535 

15.387.091 4,-571,792 

14^678.467 .5,315,177 

14,154,398 8,843,564 

18,012,197 10,6.37,957 

19,:K6.673 10,061,379 

14.687.2-35 7,-3-56,314 

15.3;i3,162 9,311,9a3 

23.224,506 5,7.58,277 

22,421,788 5,710,219 

18,505,935 4,117,407 



S 2,709,951 

5,677,616 

6,880,236 

10,950,547 

11.792,554 

19,026,199 

7,304,679 

9.077,903 

7,593.169 

7,003,718 

9,614,262 

9,697,710 

9,338,538 

11,445,314 

13,070,394 

15,290,164 

13,498,128 

17,249,-302 

18,16.3,6.35 

18,121,056 

18,983,420 

33,775,742 

17,124,a35 

13,605,696 

1-5,617,492 

14,-309.-3-39 

10,876,466 



Total 
Value. 



.$ 16,934,363 

22,483,213 

37,198,672 

.58,623,579 

51,379,801 

54,015,841 

29,6-53.7-30 

27,334,060 

31,078,598 

30.-336.781 

30,993,305 

89.748,796 

64.306,139 

83,911.660 

a3.51 1,375 

8.3,100,065 

92,325,308 

118,579,676 

124,845,137 

119,&57,692 

132.488,201 

156,809,840 

133.030,530 

109,317,119 

114,35-3,788 

107,333,456 

90.635,316 



An erroneous impression of the exports of the year would be con- 
veyed were it not stated that the exportation of breadstuifs and pro- 
visions has very materially increased since the close of the fiscal year, 
June 30, last. For the seven months ended January 31, 1887, the 
value of the exports of breadstufEs is 194,974,563, and for the corre- 
sj^onding period immediately preceding, but #64,5J08,942. All this is 
in entire harmony with the deductions which have been drawn, in this 
review, from the record of leading industries, and justifies expectations 
of a substantial business improvement in the year just entered upon. 



RAILROADS. 

In the year 1886 there have been 8,649 miles of railroad constructed, 
or 5,640 miles more than were built in the jd receding year; making the 
length of railways in the United States and territories 137,616 miles. 
The railroad mileage of Great Britain (19,169 in the year 1885) 
seems to a superficial view comparatively insignificant, but a knowl- 
edge of the extent of its rolling stock conveys a different impression, 
and shows that its importance should not be measured by its mileage. 
The British roads are very heavily equipped, having nearly four times 
as many locomotives and thirteen times as many passenger cars per 
mile as the roads in this country, providing for a very heavy mer- 
chandise and passenger traffic. This is necessitated by a population 
of 1,930 per mile of railroad, as against 460 in the United States. 



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Thus it may be seen that the British mile does the work for four 
times as many people as the American mile. According to the latest 
estimates, the railways of the United States represent an investment 
of 18,350,000,000 and a nominal cost of 17,050,000,000, without 
taking into account the numerous railways sold out under fore- 
closures. Here is a voluntary investment many times greater than 
the national debt. According to the last census, 5^56,372 men were 
employed by the railways of the country. Allowing each employe to 
have a family of three besides himself, there are over a million people 
supported directly by wages received from railway corporations. At 
least an equal number derive their support from dividends and interest 
received from investments in railway stocks and bonds. 

The smallest number of inhabitants per mile is in Australia, and 
is 364; the largest number 2,786, and is in Austria-Hungary. The 
cost of railroads is greatest in Great Britain, being there $205,842 per 
mile, and cheapest in Finland, where it is $30,102 per mile. In the 
United States the cost is 163,250 per mile. The entire cost of the 
railroads of the world is estimated by an eminent German authority 
at 124,000,000,000. The principal extension in this country during 
the year 1886 has been in the southwestern and northwestern groups. 

The reports obtained by Messrs. Poor & Greenough (recognized 
high authorities on railroad matters) indicate that in the year 1887 
12,000 mile =3 of railroad will be built in this country. This means 
employment for the working classes and the quickening of many 
industries. 

In forecasting the business future, there is no more important 
factor than the subject of railroads. Their very extensive growth 
during the past year is fruitfully suggestive, and is an assurance that 
aggressive enterprise has impelled capital to occupy new fields and 
to develop undertakings already inaugurated; it implies the extension 
of natural Avealth, discerned bya sagacious mercantile ambition and 
seen by the eye of science, in the yet undeveloped natural resources 
of the land. 

IMMIGRATION. 

The foregoing facts, forcible not only in themselves, but much 
more so in the irresistible and abundant inferences which they warrant, 
wend their way to the ambitious and poorly-requited workers of the 
old world, stimulating emigration to a republic where industry, ability, 
and frugality bring forth their deserved results, physical, intellectual, 
and patriotic. 

The number of immigrants arriving in the United States in 1886 
is 334,203, not including those from Canada and Mexico, as there is 



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XX 

no legal provision by which the migration from those countries can be 
ascertained. The efficient chief of the Bureau of Statistics, Mr. 
Switzler, is urging upon the government the enactment of a law to 
provide for this deficiency. 

PUBLIC DEBT. 

The policy of reducing the country's obligations has been faith- 
fully adhered to, $101,470,330.75 of such obligations having been dis- 
charged during the year Just closed, the largest decrease in any one 
year since 1883. At this rate the public debt in 1897 will be only 
1277,000,000, The unquestioned stability of the republic, with all its 
safeguards — patriotic, commercial, and educational — is included in 
this policy, acquiesced in by every citizen of the land. 

BUSINESS MORTALItV. 

The number of mercantile failures in 1886 is 1,052 less than in 
1884 and 548 less than in 1885, showing the continuance of the im- 
provement begun in the preceding year. The difference between 
assets and liabilities is not as great as in the preceding year. The 
general liabilities were $135,091,709 less than in 1884 and $6,500,000 
less than in 1885, being smaller than in any year since 1882. 

GENERAL REMARKS. 

The financial methods inaugurated in view of the restoration of 
business have been pursued, and credits given by banker and merchant 
have been based upon an intimate acquaintance with personal financial 
responsibility. Should there be no departure from this conservatism 
(nowhere more prevalent than in the western states), the business of 
the year 1887 will exhibit profitable results and increased volume. 

Such, in its salient features, is the national record of the year, 
directly bearing upon the chief industries of the country and in 
an especial sense affecting the great agricultural interests intimately 
connected with the business of this Board ; affording not only evidence 
of ability to cope with adverse commercial influences, which for a 
series of years have characterized markets domestic and foreign, but 
constituting in its logical tendenc}^ an assurance that the "tide has 
turned ^^ and that a period of business prosperity greets all depart- 
ments of trade as we enter upon the activities of another year. 

The shipment of grain in foreign bottoms demands renewed solici- 
tude. Of over 52,000,000 bushels of grain shipped from New York 
in the year 1886 not one bushel was transported in an American ves- 
sel — British craft, numbering 743 out of a fleet of 1,279 vessels, taking 
about 34,000,000 bushels. During the year ended June 30, last. 



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9,527 American vessels, with a tonnage of 3,303,373 tons, cleared for 
foreign ports, as against 30,473 foreign vessels representing 15,327,672 
tons. The number of American vessels etitered from foreign ports 
presents a similar comparison. With such statements as these it is 
needless to add that the American ocean-carrying trade is mortifyingly 
insignificant; its restoration should engage serious congressional de- 
liberation, not only to gratify a commendable national pride, but 
that American money may not be expended in so large a degree to 
maintain a foreign merchant marine. Every mercantile and patriotic 
incentive is appealed, to, that the national ensign may not be so seldom 
seen presiding over American commerce upon the high seas. 

CHICAGO. 

The business of the year has fully met all reasonable expectations, 
and the city is true to her record in all that pertains to permanent 
gains and substantial wealth. While progressing in all departments 
of mercantile activity, she is constantly solidifying in those elements 
which in older communities constitute the substratum of commercial 
credit; not that the year has been free from periods of comparative 
dullness or exempt from disturbances. 

The course of business of the preceding year and the activity of its 
closing months ushered in a period of prosperity at the very beginning 
of the year, only to meet with untoward events and forebodings calcu- 
lated to arrest enterprise and create alarm. In spite of these disturb- 
ances, caused by a feverish state of European affairs, and by their 
sometimes hostile attitude; and notwithstanding serious outbreaks in 
our midst of impetuous and misguided laborers, frenzied by specious 
and criminally inflammatory appeals, the mercantile history of the 
year is an exceedingly gratifying one. Had the labor troubles, which 
came like an epidemic and burst upon us with a murderous horror in 
the month of May, not occurred, labor would have been in increased 
demand, wages advanced, and that substantial prosperity, so long 
desired, would not have been delayed. All honor to the heroic police 
force, which, in that dark hour on the 4th of May, 1886, stood undis- 
mayed in Haymarket square like a wall of adamant for the public 
safety I But for that heroism, the terrors of that night would have 
been increased beyond the power of words to portray. Seven hearts 
were stilled. The red tide was stayed. Justice waits. This Board, 
without delay, voluntarily and eagerly, by individual contributions, 
sent to the families of the officers killed or wounded, thirteen thou- 
sand dollars, as a slight expression of its appreciation of bravery in 
the public defense. 

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phatically condemned, will not be repeated. The people, tolerant of 
the largest liberty under the regulation of law, will not permit its 
excess to the detriment of good order or beyond constitutional limita- 
tions. 

The Stock Yards strike, occurring in October, last, was controlled 
with remarkable ability by the great packing firms of this city, com- 
posed of gentlemen of the highest integrity and utmost fairness. 
That all grievances of their employes, when properly presented, will 
receive their respectful and charitable consideration, cannot be 
doubted; that all attempts to. obtain redress for alleged injustice, by 
violence or threats of persecution, will be summarily suppressed, is 
equally assured. 

During the year 4,664 buildings have been constructed upon a front- 
age of 112,303 feet, at an estimated cost of $31,333,000; showing a very 
material increase in the number of buildings and in valuation over 
the corresponding statement of 1885. In no other year have so many 
costly and elegant structures been erected. 

Our coastwise and foreign trade, as a totality, makes an exhibit the 
extent of which may be realized by the following statement and com- 
parisons obtained from the superintending special agent of the Secre- 
tary of the Treasury. The arrivals and clearances, foreign and coast- 
wise, at this port, for the year ended June 30, last, are 33,096, which 
is 860 more than at the ports of Baltimore, Boston, New Orleans, 
Philadelphia. Portland and Falmouth, and San Francisco combined; 
and 315 more than at New York, New Orleans, Portland and Fal- 
mouth, and San Francisco; and 100 more than at N€w York, Balti- 
more, Portland and Falmouth. 

AVhen the agricultural and mining wealth contained in the vast 
regions lying north and west of this metropolis is thoughtfully con- 
sidered ; and when it is borne in mind that an immense population is 
destined to occupy those fields, and that unequaled facilities for 
transportation are provided by the great lakes, it is plainly seen that 
the foregoing facts, impressive as they are, will be dwarfed by the 
history of future years. 

The Grain receipts for the year aggregate 133,306,753 bushels, as 
against 133,300,000 bushels for the year 1885; and, reducing Flour to 
Wheat, 151,933,995 bushels, as compared with 156,408,338; showing 
an increase in the receipts of Grain and a decrease in those of Flour. 

The receipts of Flour and AVheat from August 1 to December 31 
amount to (Flour reduced to AYheat) 33,434,316 bushels, as against 
15,711,396 for the corresponding time in 1885. 

The shipments of Grain have been 113,634,556 bushels, as against 
112,000,000 for the previous year; and reducing Flour to Wheat, 
139,636,678 bushels, being 5,951,343 less than in the year 1885. 



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The cattle received number 1,963,900; hogs, 6,718,761; sheep, 
1,008,790; horses, 37,599; showing an increase of 163,443 over simi- 
lar receipts for the previous year, and 1,729,154 oyer those of 1884. 

The number of miles of railway tributary to Chicago is, including 
branches, 48,783; an increase during the year of 852 miles. 

The grain elevators of Chicago are capable of storing 27,000,000 
bushels of grain. On the 31st of December last they contained 
19,188,645 bushels, it being the largest quantity held at any time 
during the year. The quality and reliability of this grain is such that 
it commands the confidence of the markets of the world, and is col- 
lateral security of unquestioned character, not only on account of its 
quality and its legal status, but because of the integrity of those who 
are its authorized and legal custodians. There are unmistakable 
indications that increased elevator room will be demanded by the 
business of this Exchange before another year closes. 

Prosperity has attended the wholesale trade, and manufacturing 
has largely increased. A careful survey of the entire business of the 
city warrants the belief that the year 1887 will be one of substantial 
progress and will exhibit results which will be a source of pride to 
every one of her citizens. 

WHEAT. 

This market, though opening with hopeful indications resulting in 
sales of No. 2 Spring at 84f cents for cash or spot wheat, degenerated 
into dullness, which, with an easy decline, continued, interrupted by 
moderate fluctuations, until sales were quoted on the 17th of June at 
70|- cents per bushel. The early confidence in the value of this grain 
was reluctantly abandoned, as peace between the great European 
powers was seen to be assured. During this period of depression, the 
trade of the Exchange was skillfully conducted, and the conservatism 
of our merchants was equal to the situation. No disaster occurred ; 
only disappointment that activity was deferred and that speculation 
exhibited little signs of revival. The policy of extreme caution 
prevailed until July came, bringing with it evidences that low prices 
in June had induced heavy purchases by an influential syndicate 
supported by foreign participants. Under this excitement an ex- 
tensive demand appeared, and prices of cash reached 80f cents on 
July 7 ; from this date a reaction followed and quietness reigned 
through the summer months; on the 12th of October, cash wheat sold 
at 70 cents per bushel, revealing the fact that a large "long" interest 
controlled the market and disposed of its holdings. During the 
season of dullness, strong and weak markets alternated, showing at 
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were the months of depression and low prices. In the latter month 
culminated labor and financial troubles, which had been brewing 
through the dull, impatient, and complaining months which preceded. 
The outbreak at the Stock Yards, by which thousands of men were 
inconsiderately ' * ordered out " by the Knights of Labor, caused more 
or less consternation, while the failure of a provision house tended to 
increase the anxiety of the time. Not since 1862 has wheat touched 
so low a price, except in the latter part of 1884. Succeeding the 
languor which pervaded this market during the months of August, 
September, and October, a return- of activity came with November, 
causing a material advance in values — quite uniform and healthful — 
until 79^ cents was reached on the last day of the year. The receipts 
of the year were 16,771,743 bushels as against 18,909,717 bushels 
for 1885. But a small proportion of our receipts inspected No. 
3, which caused a much less difference in price between that and 
the regular contract grade than usual. Winter wheat ruled quiet 
throughout the year. The average price for the year was about 76f 
cents per bushel against 88| cents for the year 1885. The receipts for 
the crop year were 20,109,720 bushels. 

The following statement of the range in prices of No. 2 Spring 
Wheat in this market for the last twenty-five years, shoAving the 
months in each year of extreme price, is submitted: 



Year. 



1862. 
1863. 
1864. 
1865. 
1866. 
1867. 
1868. 
1869- 
1870. 
1871- 
1872- 
1878. 
1874- 
1875. 
1876- 
1877- 
1878- 
1879- 
1880. 
1881- 
1882- 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 



Months the Lowest Prices 
were reached. 



January .. 

August 

March 

December. 
February . 

August 

November 
Decetuber- 
April.---- 

August 

November 
September 
October. . . 
February . 
July....:. 

August 

October. . . 
January _ _ 
August . . . 
January - - 
December- 
October 

December. 

March 

October 



Yearly Range. 



64 

80 
07 

85 
78 
55 



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70i(al 
73K«1 

99K«1 
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89 (al 
81*@1 
83i(al 
83 (?(1 

0UC«1 
77 (al 
81t@l 
86i@l 
95|(«1 
91i@l 

90 (21 
69i(3 
73|(a 
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92i 

15 

26 

55 

03 

85 

20 

47 

3U 

32 

61 

46 

28 

30+ 

261 

76+ 

14 

33+ 

32' 

43f 

40 

13+ 

96 

91f 

84f 



Months the Highest Prices 
were reached. 



August. 

October. 

June. 

January. 

November. 

May. 

July. 

August. 

July. 

Feby., April and Sept. 

August. 

July. 

April. 

August. 

December. 

May. 

April. 

December. 

January. 

October. 

April and May. 

June. 

February. 

April. 

January. 



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FLOUE. 



The demand for Flour has been more active than during 1885, 
though our receipts have been less than in that year by 80,376 barrels. 
Our merchants sold very largely for export, direct from the country 
mills, such shipments not appearing in our receipts. This is the first 
year that flour from Washington Territory has been handled on this 
market; it has commanded from 13.75 to 14 per barrel in half -barrel 
cotton sacks. Very little Colorado flour has been upon the market 
during the year. Large shipments of flour from Michigan and 
Indiana have been sold by the trade and shipjoed direct to the seaboard, 
showing that the export demand is for a higher grade than was 
formerly required; hence the volume of trade has been much larger than 
would be inferred from local statistics. Dakota joatents and " Baker's '' 
have met with very ready sale to local dealers and exporters. The 
receipts from Kansas and Missouri have been comparatively small. 
Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, southern Illinois, and Wisconsin have supplied 
the bulk of arrivals. Xearly all the flour is sold in 140 pound jute 
sacks, barrels being used only by local dealers, and even by them in 
limited quantity. The experience of millers in consigning their 
flour direct to Europe has been discouraging, and in view of saving 
the trifling charge of the commission merchant, they have lost from 50 
to 75 cents per barrel. Jobbers are finding it for their advantage to 
treat with the commission dealers — not that they can buy at a less 
.price than from the miller, but that they can adapt their purchases to 
actual wants, and in that way make the date of maturing obligations 
conform to the condition of their own trade. Prices of all grades 
have ranged from 11.60 to $5.25 per barrel. Unjust discrimination in 
freight rates has somewhat curtailed the volume of trade in this article. 
Direct exports amount to 680,681 barrels, and exports from eight 
Atlantic ports, 8,148,039 barrels, as against 719,076 and 7,959,022 
barrels respectively. Quantity on hand at the close of the year, 
48,640 barrels. Receipts during 1886, 4,139,165 barrels; shipments, 
3,778,227 barrels. 

COEN. 

The market for this grain has ruled steady. The reserve stock has 
promptly responded to any improvement in demand without advancing 
prices. The abundant supply has afforded no encouragement to with- 
hold shipments, while the low prices have produced no anxiety to 
unduly press the grain upon the market. This condition of things has 
kept the market free from any violent change during the entire year. 

The receipts aggregate 62,861,594 bushels, which is a trifling 
variation from the receipts of 1885. The shipments amount to 



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56,376,476 bushels. The average price is 36.94 per bushel, which 
was fully six cents lower than for the preceding year. Prices ranged 
from 32^ cents in April to 44f cents in July ; the extreme price was 
attained in view of fearing a short crop. From 36f cents in January, 
prices moved upon an easy grade through the months of February and 
March, until, as the result of flattering prospects in April, sales were 
made on the 7th of that month at 32^ cents. In May the market was 
steady, with about the same price at each end of the month. In June 
prices pursued about the same gait ; but July brought an orderly 
advance, until 44f cents was reached upon the 28tli of that month. 
In August prices had a range of 4 cents per bushel, but without any 
violent change. In September weakness set in and the movement was 
sluggish, closing on the last day of the month at 36f cents. In October 
the decline was continued, with the opening and closing price of that 
month without essential variation. In November a moderate improve- 
ment was inaugurated and sustained ; the closing price upon the last 
day of the month was 37^ cents. December brought a market of 
good tone and little better prices, with a variation through the month 
of 2^ cents only. 

Below is submitted a statement of the extreme prices each year for 
twenty-five years, indicating the month in which such prices were 
obtained : 



Year. 



1862 

1863 

1864 

1865 

1866 

1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 ! 

1872 

1873 -.-- 

1874 

1875 

1876 : 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 i 

1883 : 

1884 : 

1885 I 

1886 ; 



Months 

the Lowest Prices 

were reached. 



April 

January _ 
March _ . 
December 
February 
March L 
December 
January - 
December 
December 
October . 

June 

January . 
December 
February 
March..', 
December 
January . 

April 

February 
December 
October . 
December 
January . 
October . 



Range for the 
Entire Year. 



22 

42 
76 

38 

m @ 

564 @ 
52 

44 
45 @ 
39i @ 

29+ @ 
27" 
49 
45i 
38| @ 
37f @ 
291 @ 
291 

3H 

351 

49i 

46 

34i 

34i @ 

33i @ 



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@ 
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98 
1 40 
88 
1 00 
1 12 
1 02i 
97i 
94i 
56i 
481 
54i 
86 
76* 
49' 
58 
431 
49 
43f 
761 
81i 
70 
87 
49 
45 



Months 
the Highest Prices 
were reached. 



December. 

Xovember. 

November. 

January and Feb'y. 

November. 

October. 

August. 

August. 

May. 

March and jMay. 

May. 

December. 

September. 

May and July. 

May. 

April. 

March. 

October. 

November. 

October. 

July- 
January. 
September. 
April and May. 
July. 



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In this grain, as in Oats, an important feature is the selling by 
sample. 

RYE, 

This article has ruled dull during the entire year. The inquiry 
has been confined to local wants; and in the absence of any export 
demand, cut olf by the duty imposed by France and Germany, no ani- 
mation has visited the market. The large supply of whiskey has oper- 
ated to limit the demand for distilling purposes, reducing buyers to a 
very small circle. The only trading beyond buying to fill small orders 
has been in view of making carrying charges from month to month. 

The fluctuations have been about the same as in other grains and 
produced by the same causes. Prices have ranged from 47 cents to 
56 cents; the latter price being induced by the drouth, which had a 
like effect on the other grains. The quality of the crop was fine. 
The average price for No, 2 in store is 55 cents. 

Receipts for the year, 956,247 bushels; number of bushels in st^re 
January 1, 1887, 151,610, 

OATS, 

With a crop good both in quantity and quality, the trade in this 
grain — especially in sales by sample — has been satisfactory. The 
rapid accumulation of Oats as the new crop began to arrive, produced 
a heaviness in the market, which continued until the fine quality of the 
crop gave promise of an increased demand; this demand became fully 
developed in October, when the lowest prices of the year prevailed, and 
was well sustained throughout the year, producing a scene of anima- 
tion at the sample-tables, gratifying to the great receiving interest of the 
Exchange. From September to the latter part of October, the stock 
in store decreased 1,000,000 bushels, so extensive were the orders to 
secure a good supply for winter wants before the close of lake naviga- 
tion. The highest price was realized in January, caused by the anxiety 
of '"shorts" to cover May sales, sellers viewing with some alarm the 
disposal by sample of the large proportion of the crop of 1885 in 
consequence of its failing to inspect the contract grade. This condi- 
tion of arrivals forced prices up to 36 cents per bushel. The lowest 
price of the year was early in October, when arrivals were profuse and 
buyers controlled prices, until 22f cents was touched. 

The speculative feature of this market has been devoid of interest, 
and no continued animation has characterized its course through the 
year. 

As a distributing market for this grain, Chicago is growing in 
prominence. A most painstaking and able selection is made by those 
intrusted with the execution of orders. 



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Quantity in store on January 1st, 1887, 981,074 bushels; recei]3ts, 
39,976,215 bushels, as against 37,678,753 in the year 1885. 

Below is submitted a statement of the extreme prices of each year 
for twenty-five years, indicating the month in which such prices were 
obtained : 



Year. 



Months the Lowest Prices 
were reached. 



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 



January 

August . 

October 

December 

February 

August 

October 

October 

September 

August 

October and November 

April 

August 

December 

July 

August 

October 

January 

August 

February 

September _ . 

September 

December 

September 

October 



Range for the 
Entire Year. 



16 (a 43i 

30^(ffi 72 
57 (ffi 81 
25 @ 66 
21f@ 44+ 
38|@ 90 
41i@ 74 
35+@ 71 
32|@ 53+ 
27 @ 51+ 
20i(S 43i 
23f @ 40f 
37i@ 71 
29+@ 64+ 
27 (cb 35' 

22 @ 45i 
18 @ 27+ 
19+@ 36f 
22+@ 35 
29+@ 47f 
30+@ 62 
25 @ 43+ 

23 @ 34i 
24i(a) 36+ 
22i@ 35 



Months 

the Highest Prices 

were reached. 



December. 

October. 

July. 

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. 

Januarv. 



BARLEY. 



Most of the sales of Barley, in conformity with the nature of the 
demand, are made by sample. The requirements have reference not 
simply to official grade, but to color and that peculiar adaptation 
known only to the experienced and expert dealer. During the year 
Eastern buyers have bought largely from the West; this is accounted 
for by the excellent quality of the crop, which made the close discrimi- 
nation ordinarily required, unnecessary. 

In January prices were on a sliding scale, without violent change, 
closing upon the last day of the month at two cents below the prices 
on the first. During February, March, and April extreme dullness 
characterized the market. In May a monotonous market succeeded, 
with sales at 58 cents, without a variation. June brought an improve- 
ment of two cents per bushel, closing at the advance lost. A rally 
occurred in July, when sales for September delivery were eifected at 



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68 to G8^ cents, and cash fluctuated between 58 and 66 cents. In 
August, confidence in prices was impaired, and cash sold at 57^ cents 
:at the close of the month. From this point prices declined without 
any intervening animation through the balance of the year. ISTovem- 
l)er cash sales were made at 51 cents, and closing December quotations 
were 52i '^ spot." 

Comparatively little has been done in future delivery; hence the 
speculative feature of this grain calls for no extended remark. The 
drouth which prevailed in the early summer stimulated trading, and 
furnished the only period of vivacity which the market enjoyed. 

Eeceij)ts for the year, 12,740,953, as against 10,760,127 bushels. 
Shipments, 7,326,190 bushels. Stock on hand January 1, 1887, 
308,486 bushels. 

HAY. 

The hay trade of Chicago for the year has been unsatisfactory. In 
former years Hay brought the highest prices in the months of April 
and May. With this fact in view, the large majority of hay shippers, 
not mindful of the true condition of their stock, held their Avinter- 
l)aled hay for the spring months. As a result of this policy, the 
greater part of their holdings became heated when warm weather 
arrived, entailing severe losses. 

The crop of 1886 was very large. The acreage was somewhat in 
excess of that of wheat — estimated at about 38,000,000 acres — and 
the product was over 45,000,000 tons. The yield is reckoned as 
ranging from 1.10 to 1.35 tons per acre. The quality of the crop of 
Iowa upland suffered to some extent from drouth, and was inferior to 
that of the previous year. Most of the hay west of the Mississippi 
was, however, cut before the drouth commenced. 

Prices have ruled rather low through the year, allowing shijapers 
and farmers very little, if any, profit. There is still room for great 
improvement in the manner of curing and keeping hay. 

The value of hay sold in this city during 1886 may be approxi- 
mately stated at $1,500,000. Most of the shipping demand has come 
from the lumber regions of Michigan and Wisconsin, as the middle 
and eastern states have raised good cro]3S. Prices may be found in the 
appropriate table of statistics, ranging from $5 to $12 per^ ton, cover- 
ing all grades, ' . ' 

SEEDS. 

The diversification of rural industries, prompted by low prices of 
the chief cereals, has increased the area of seed cultivation. Buyers 
of seeds from all markets give Chicago the i^reference for the execu- 



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tion of their orders, as in no other place is so nice a discriminatioii 
exercised, or so uniform a quality attained. This being the case. 
Western shippers are finding it more and more to their advantage tO' 
consign their seed to this market, thus insuring superior facilities- 
for its classification and disposal according to its merits. 

In Timothy Seed, sales in January opened at 11.68 per bushel, and 
by the middle of the month were made at 11.83. From this time 
prices declined to 11.60 in June, but rallied before the close of the 
month to $1.75 per bushel. The dry weather in July produced un- 
easiness in regard to future supplies, and stimulated an active demand, 
especially for lots of good quality, until prices reached from $2 to 
12.15 per bushel. In August, fears of serious disaster to the crop 
subsided, and values settled to 11.70 early in September. In Octo- 
ber, a conspicuous failure demoralized the market, and a further 
decline carried the price down to 11.50. Eeaction set in with specu- 
lative buying, aided by a good export inquiry, improving prices; at. 
the close of the year sales were made at 11.75 to 11.90 per bushel. 

In Clover Seed the year opened with quite a speculative demand, 
and prices advanced from $5.25 to $5.90 per bushel during January. 
This tendency became so pronounced that, in February, sales were 
made at $6.85. The violence of this advance caused early reaction, 
and spring quotations ranged between $6 and $6.70 per bushel. On 
the last day of April confidence in ruling prices fled, and sales touched 
$5.50. The trade during May and June was almost neglected, and 
prices were nominal. Dry weather in July caused an improvement of 
about a dollar per bushel, which was speedily lost, as it was ascertained 
that the drouth had inflicted no damage upon the crop. In Octo- 
ber, prices fell to $4.25 and $4.30 per bushel, and then, on account of 
limited arrivals, recovered to $4.60 and $4.65. The fluctuations of 
the year have made it one not altogether satisfactory. 

The trade in Hungarian and Millet has been inconsequential. 

The year is marked by extremely low prices for Flax Seed, occa- 
sioned by an extensive increase in acreage and a liberal supply of lin- 
seed oil. Values have ranged from 91 cents to $1.17^ per bushel. The- 
period of extreme depression occurred in November, when sales were 
made at 91 cents; this was caused by reselling purchases made for 
ocean shipment, which had been rendered unprofitable to ship by a 
subsequent decline in foreign markets and an advance in ocean 
freights. During November, prices were from 91 to 96^ cents per 
bushel. 

Receipts for the year, 11,836 cars, or 5,918,000 bushels; of which 
5,097,000 bushels inspected No. 1. The average per cent, of impurity 
was 4.49. The largest receipts were in the months of September and 



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October. The inspection of this seed is conducted with exceptional 
thoroughness, and monthly statements of stocks and grades are 
rendered with accuracy. 

Quantity of Flax Seed in store December 31, 1886, 282,232 bushels. 

LIVE STOCK AND PROVISION TRADE. 

The transactions under this head are so intimately associated with 
the commercial reputation of this city that the mention of Chicago 
at once suggests the volume of trade in Live Stock and Provi- 
sions. 

The receipts of Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, and Horses aggregate for the 
year 9,770,340, at a valuation of 1166,741,754, as against 9,924,507 
received during the year 1885, valued at 1173,598,002. 

The largest receipts of Cattle on any one day occurred on January 
12, 1886, and numbered 16,966. The arrivals of Cattle for the 
year number 1,963,900 head, and are more than have been received 
in any other year. The total number received for the last ten years 
is 15,361,566. 

6,718,761 Hogs have been received, and 2,090,784 shipped for 
the year, as against 6,937,535 and 1,797,446, respectively, for the 
preceding year. Prices for the year have ranged from $2.40 to $5.20, 
including light and heavy weights; the lowest price occurred in April. 
The largest number arriving on any one day is 66,597, on Decem- 
ber 5, 1884 ; and during any week, 300,488, for the week ended 
Xovember 20, 1884. Total receipts for ten years, closing with 1886, 
are 60,814,545. 

The total shipments of Live Stock for the year amount to 3,107,416 
head — 253,408 in excess of shipments for 1885. The total value 
of receipts for twenty-one years is 12,414,467,259, representing 
123,028,349 Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, and Horses. 

This array of facts and comparisons is merely indicative and sug- 
gestive. No proper conception of the enormous extent of this indus- 
try can be obtained by numerical statements; a personal inspection of 
the Stock Yards and their well-ordered furnishings, can alone convey 
any adequate idea of its importance and volume, or of the enterprise, 
ability, and capital employed in its prosecution. 

The prices of Cattle have been lower than for many years, averaging 
about 12 per head less than the average price for 1885. This shrink- 
age is attributed to an advance in rail freights, to the monopolizing 
character of the dressed-beef business, and to the labor paralysis. 
Added to these disadvantages, was the pleuro-pneumonia fright, which 
amounted to almost a panic. The wonder is that, with so many 
impediments in the Avay of success, the record is not more unfavorable 



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than it is. The events of the year demonstrate, beyond pcrad venture, 
the permanent and progressive character of this business. Prices of 
all grades of Cattle at the opening of the year ranged from 1^2.25 to 
$5.95, and were without material change until March, when a slight 
improvement is observed. This improvement was fairly well sus- 
tained until about the middle of July, when weakness set in and 
continued, with an occasional rally, until November, when the lowest 
prices of the year prevailed. On December 25 the quotations were 
from 12 to S5.60 for all styles. 

The receipts of Sheep amount to 1,008,790, and shipments to 
266,912 head. These figures do not vary materially from the corre- 
sponding ones for the year 1885. Prices have been from 81.50 to 
$6.25, as against $2 to $5.12^ for the previous year. 

By permission of the accomplished Secretary of the Stock Yards, 
Mr. Geo. T. Williams, the following table, showing receipts of live 
stock for eight years, is submitted : 



Year. 


Cattle and 
Calves. 
>sumber. 


Hogs, 
Number. 


Sheep, 
Number. 


Horses, 
Number. 


Aggregate 
Value. 


1886 

1885 

1884 

1883 

1882 

1881 

1880 

1879 


2,015,190 
1,964.018 
1.817.697 
1.909.167 
1.607.495 
1,547.498 
1.38i,477 
1.215,732 


6,718,761 
6.937.535 
5.351,967 
5,640.625 
5,817,504 
6,474,844 
7,059.355 
6,448,330 


1.008,790 
1,003,598 
801,630 
749,917 
628,887 
493.624 
335,810 
325,119 


27,599 
19,356 
18,602 
15,255 
13.856 
12.909 
10.398 
10,473 


$166,741,754 
173,598,002 
187,387,680 
201,252,772 
196,670,221 
183,007.710 
143,057.626 
114.795.834 



The business in Dressed Beef has been satisfactory throughout the 
year; an ample supply of good cattle, an active demand for beef 
product, and a growing reputation for excellence of ''Chicago Dressed 
Beef " has contributed to the favorable result. Large orders for canned 
beef from European governments have been filled, and all forms of the 
joroduct have been liberally shipped to the southern states, as Avell as to 
nearly every market of note in the country. 

The number of cattle slaughtered at Chicago for the dressed-beef 
trade during the year ended March 1, 1887, is 1,608,202, which 
is about 200,000 more than Avere slaughtered for this trade in the year 
preceding. 

The demand for Hog Product has been fairly active throughout 
the year, developing at times considerable speculation in the leading- 
articles. Its distribution to domestic markets is constant and of 
increasing volume. The number of Hogs packed during the year 
ended March 1, 1887, is 4,425,941, and for the previous year, 4,928,- 
730. The average gross weight per hog of summer packing is 224.57 



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pounds, and of winter packing, 249.92 pounds; the yield of lard in 
the one case is 31.92 pounds, and in the other, 34.67 pounds. 

Mess Pork at the opening of the year sold at I9.97i to 810. 02i, 
gradually improving in price, and reaching 111.45 on the 3d of Febru- 
ary. From this date the buyer was favored, and during March prices 
settled to $9.25; the decline continued through April and May, 
reaching to $8.20 on the 28th of the latter month. In June an im- 
provement set in, which was strongly maintained until $10.50 was 
reached early in July; but in August values weakened, and sales were 
made at 19.52^. The first half of September, sales ranged from $9.75 
to lll.37i per barrel; during the latter half of the month demand 
was light, and prices fell to $9.30 on the 29th. October sales ranged 
from $8.47i to $9; from this point a gradual advance began, which 
was strictly adhered to throughout the year. Sales on the 31st of 
December were made at $12.25 per barrel. 

In Lard the highest prices of the year were in September, when 
sales were made at $7,574^, and the lowest quotations were $5.50 per 
100 pounds in October. 

Short Eibs have sold from $4.97^ to $7.45; the former price was 
realized in January and the latter in September. 

The following statement is an exhibit of the export movement of 
Beef and Hog Product in pounds, from 1882 to 1886;, inclusive: 



Year. Fresh Beef. 


Salted Beef. 


Pork. 


Bacon and y , 
Hams. ^*^^'^- 


1886 

1885 

1884- 

1883 

1882 


99.423.362 

115,780.830 

119,093,577 

116,928,727 

53,983,730 


58.903,370 
48,143,711 
41,398,165 
46,443,037 
40,517,648 


87.267,715 
72.073,468 
50,564,869 
67.759.872 
66.029,915 


419,788,796 293,728,019 
400,127,119 283,216,339 
359,651.932 225,950,705 
423,874,985 277,034,680 
345,862,163 235,536.6.58 



BUTTER AXD CHEESE. 

The abundance of good pasturage, notwithstanding the July drouth, 
produced a good yield of choice Butter. The receipts for the year 
amount to 108,122,119 pounds, as against 92,474,784 pounds for the 
year 1885. Prices have ruled from 10 to -32 cents per pound, including 
Dairy and Creamery; the higher prices prevailed during the first 
quarter of the year. Oleomargarine legislation has absorbed a large 
share of attention among butter makers, and has been a prominent 
topic of discussion in all markets. The bill, which became a law in 
jSTovember, has proved rather advantageous than otherwise to the 
dairyman, although he feared great injury to his industry by its 
passage. The future of this great interest is exceedingly promising. 
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his business upon the foundation of another industry or giving it a 
name in the slightest degree misleading; he offers his goods upon 
their merits, and confidently invites inspection of their ingredients 
and mode of manufacture. The quantity of Butter exported in 
1886 is 18,953,990 pounds, and in 1885, 21,683,148 pounds. The 
exportation of American Butter has stimulated the foreign farmer 
to use more pains and to produce a better article than formerly, 
and, on this account, the export demand has somewhat diminished. 
The domestic consumption has increased, as prices for choice Butter 
have been within the reach of all classes. 

The market for Cheese has been a very favorable one during the 
past year, and a steady and strong demand has left no accumulation of 
stocks. The trade has been exempt from any depressing season. The 
drouth curtailed manufacturing, and in consequence a strong market 
followed in the autumn and winter months; indeed, holders have been 
quite confident all through the year. The quality has been fine, which 
of itself imparted strength to the market. The ordinary grades have 
passed out of date, as no demand has existed for them for a long time. 
Prices have ranged from 6 to IS-j cents per pound; the higher prices 
were obtained during the closing months of the year. Eeceipts, 
38,320,751 pounds. 

LUMBER, COAL, AXD SALT. 

The volume of the lumber trade is decreasing, as, owing to the 
force of competition, terminal and distributing charges must be 
avoided whenever possible. As a consequence, large shipments have 
been made from the mills direct to purchasing points. Conforming 
to this growing feature of the trade, the railway companies have 
reached their iron arms to the chief lumber towns and carried away 
immense loads of logs, boards, fencings, and posts to markets in every 
part of the country. In this view, while the local business has been less 
than during the preceding season, it is true that Chicago capital and 
enterprise have been the main-spring of the new order of things and 
control extensive lumber regions remote from this city. 

The receipts of Lumber for the year amount to 1,743,984,000 
feet, and the number of Shingles received is 813,869,000. 

Detailed numerical statements concerning this trade may be found 
in their appropriate place in this volume. 

The Coal trade makes a very satisfactory exhibit. As the result 
of great manufacturing activity, the consumption has largely increased. 
The number of tons received during the year was 4,056,018; number 
of tons shipped, 906,205. Further particulars may be seen on page 
176 of this report. 



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The receipts of Salt during the year amounted to 1,274,303 barrels; 
shipments, 1,240,175 barrels; showing a falling off in receipts, without 
essential change in the quantity shipped. 

The trade in Salt has been active throughout the year. The diffi- 
•culty of obtaining railroad transportation has prevented a full supply 
of this article. The production in Michigan exhibits an increase. 
Owing to wet weather there has been a small production of foreign 
-coarse Salt. During the first part of the year the sales of "American 
Fine"" were made at 95 cents per barrel. The market declined, ruling 
at 90 cents in May and June, and 85 cents in August; closing in No- 
vember and December at 80 cents. "Liverpool Fine" has ranged 
from $1.17 to 11.35 per sack. Sales of choice foreign, per ton, have 
been made at from 17.00 to 111.00; the highest prices prevailing 
-during the latter part of the year. 

DIKECT EUROPEAIS^ SHIPMENTS. 

Direct exports to Europe, for the year, amount to 341,266 tons, 
which is 39,300 less than in 1885. The shipments of Flax Seed show 
an increase of about 10,000,000 pounds, of Fresh Beef about 4,000,000 
pounds, and of Oil Cake, 9,000,000 pounds. The exports of Cheese 
and Butter have diminished to the extent of 3,300,000 pounds, those of 
•Corn, 1,600,000 bushels, and of Flour, 39,000 barrels. 

Chicago should possess a direct export trade commensurate with 
lier extensive and exceptional shipping facilities. 

VISIBLE SUPPLY. 

The statement of the visible supply of grain, in store at principal 
markets and afloat on the great lakes and Erie Canal, is issued by this 
Board before the noon hour on Monday of each week, and is made up to 
the close of business on the preceding Saturday. This statement, with 
"that issued by the New York Produce Exchange, has the unqualified 
indorsement of the leading exchanges of the country, and is based 
upon precise official information, to the exclusion of any mere esti- 
mates or approximate figures. The value of this publication is fully 
appreciated by all interested in grain statistics, and is given in detail to 
the members of this Board as rapidly as obtained. The air of mystery 
which once enveloped this subject is dispelled, and a plain mathe- 
matical statement is presented. 

TRA]S"SPORTATION. 

This subject still retains its pre-eminence in mercantile circles. 
Its innumerable advantages, universally conceded, require only the 
barest mention. Neither the efficiency of this service nor its cheapness 



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is denied, but injustice and unwarranted discrimination have been 
frequently apparent — injustice to uninfluential shippers and to locali- 
ties excluded from equitable freight benefits — discrimination without 
adequate cause, made directly in the interest of capital and in the 
fostering of monopolies. 

The system of treating complaints, resulting sometimes in little- 
except a voluminous corresjiondence burdened by an ingenious per- 
plexity of evasions with disheartening delays, has been by general con- 
sent rejected, and legislative authority, for the correction of such 
abuses and the securing of common-law rights, invoked. This appeal 
has not been made in vain, hence the passage of what is known as the 
Inter-State Law. which is an authoritative notification to managers of 
railroad corporations that the benefits of transportation must be distrib- 
uted with absolute equality, and that alleged grievances, in connection 
with carriage by rail, will have an impartial hearing by a Board of Rail- 
road Commissioners. 

The relation which railroads (common carriers) sustain to the- 
public, distinctively involves accountability to the public. Those who 
exercise a public function are "bound to the public," and not, in any 
discriminating or special sense, to stockholders. They are delegated 
by the people to perform service for the common welfare, and have no 
right whatsoever to discriminate between persons or places, or to exer- 
cise any jireference with regard to the benefits which they distribute 
by public permission. Duties and obligations of common carriers 
should not be measured by rules and rights which belong to the con- 
duct of ordinary business. They essentially differ. Misapprehension 
in this regard has led to much irrelevant discussion and ill-j^remised 
criticism upon the subject of railway transj^ortation, even by railway 
managers themselves. The phrase "common carrier," itself, excludes 
by implication, yet conclusively, any such word as "discrimination"^' 
from the railroad vocabulary. That " railroads are made for the peo- 
ple, and not j^eople for the railroads,*' is recognized as the legal and 
comprehensive declaration whenever and wherever railroads are on 
trial. These views have been clearly enunciated by the courts, and 
are insisted upon as the basis of the interpretation of the law. 

In our report of 1884 we said : "A commission of high-minded and 
competent men, wielding the strong arm of national authority to pre- 
vent a reckless competition for traffic, and to adjust' the interests of 
commerce with those of railways, would be of undoubted service to all 
concerned.'" The business of the country is to be congratulated upon 
the prospects of this great interest. 

There is little doubt that tlie Inter- State Law, in the hands of a 
commission wisely and broadly interpreting and applying its provisions- 



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XXXVll 

and its underlying principle, will prove of great advantage to the busi- 
ness of the country, biit especially to the Western consignor, whose 
line of transportation has been taxed by '''short haul^^ rates, and who- 
has not received the compulsory benefits conferred by the influence of 
competing lines. It was not contemplated by the framers of the law, 
nor was it considered possible, to define with absolute exactness every 
possible relation of the common carrier to the public, or in exact terms 
to provide for every possible combination of circumstances in the entire 
range of the problem of transportation. Hence provision is made for 
the appointment of a commission, not to furnish a phrase out of the 
language of the law to precisely determine every case that may be 
presented, but to apply the principles laid down in the law, that griev- 
ances may have a hearing, justice be speedily administered, that busi- 
ness rights guaranteed by the common law may not be encroached upon, 
and that corporations engaged in transportation may be reminded, 
when necessary, of their accountability as common carriers under the 
laws of the land. That difficulties will arise in the administration of 
the law, is inevitable; that changes suggested by experience will be 
incorporated in the law, is in harmony with the history of Jurispru- 
dence; that on the whole, the law itself will work out highly beneficial 
results to the complex interests of the country, raihvay and commercial, 
may be confidently expected. 

COlSrCLlTDIJrG REMAEKS, 

The Directory deemed it advisable to include in the publication of 
the annual report, the Eules, Eegulations and By-Laws of this Associ- 
ation, as amended to date. The statistical statements of the pork 
packing industry, up to March 1, 1887, are also included. It is thought 
that these additions will compensate for the delay which their insertion 
involves. 

I cheerfully express my obligations to Messrs. Howard, White & 
Co. and Cowles & Ferren of this city, also to the Bureau of Statistics 
at Washington, and to eminent European authorities, for valuable in- 
formation. In closing this review I desire to record my appreciation 
of the uniform courtesy which has been shown me by the officiary and 
membership of the Board. 

With sentiments of esteem, I have the honor, Mr. President, to- 
subscribe myself,' 

Very respectfully yours, 

GEOEGE F. STONE, Secretary. 



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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 



To the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago : 

Gentlemen, — The Board of Directors of the Board of Trade of 
the City of Chicago respectfully submit the following report of the 

receipts and expenditures of the Association during the fiscal year 
ending January 3, 1887, properly classified, and an exhibit of its 
financial affairs, property, and general condition, as existing at the 
present date: 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT, JANUARY 3, 1887. 

RECEIPTS. 

1,915 annual assessments @f 75 $143,625 00 

18 not paid, but secured by memberships 1,350 00 

189 transfers 4,725 00 

Visitors' tickets ._. 5,430 00 

Clerks' tickets $2,870 00 

Less salary clerks' room manager 919 00 

1,951 00 

Railroad and other agents' tickets 3,562 50 

Messengers' tickets 790 00 

Quotation Department 3,037 86 

Dividend on Chamber of Commerce stock 2,100 00 

Rents — Call room and Telephone room 1,619 77 

Clearing House 2,847 36 

Profit and loss — Collection account 1885 386 08 

Real Estate Committee, account received $131,824 19 

Real Estate Committee, account paid 71,624 96 

60,199 28 

Table rents 5,760 75 

Total receipts $237,384 55 

Cash on hand January 6, 1886 34,490 48 

$271,875 03 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Salaries — Office $ 13,013 74 

Hall 6,454 29 

Legal 4,894 86 

Legal ; extra, bridge counsel 300 00 

Sundry expenses, including extra stenographic work, copying legal 

documents, etc 1,030 32 

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Janitor's salary, inc-luding weekly scrubbing $ 3,862 00 

Lavatory, soap, and towels and washing same, also Janitor's sundries 1,610 11 

Market reports — Beerbohm cable --- 585 00 

Market reports — Jones' cable 1,503 91 

Two tickers for main hall 2,500 00 

Extra telegraphing 910 29 

Blackboard clerk's salary 840 00 

Visible supply telegraphing 476 35 

Receipts and shipments telegraphing 598 03 

Stock Yards i-eports 183 33 

New York exports, Chicago custom house reports, etc 479 00 

Chicago Freight Bureau assessment 7,000 00 

National Board of Trade assessment 220 00 

National Board of Trade, expenses of delegates 357 50 

Delegates to Duluth 175 00 

Delegates to Washington 123 00 

Balloting expenses 495 00 

Annual reports 2,870 83 

Rules, separate and bountl with reports 71 2 00 

Stationery and printing, including all supplies sent to R. Rs., post- 
age stamps, etc 1,448 89 

Newspapers and circulars 78 62 

Printing Directors' records 243 60 

Furniture 969 46 

Repairing furniture 93 61 

Dedicatory book 737 32 

Secret service, Pinkerton 154 00 

Interest on bonds 77. 150 00 

Rent — Chamber of Commerce 5,000 00 

Commercial building 10.000 00 

Heating Chamber of Commerce and Commercial building 180 00 

Taxes — On real estate 19,335 71 

On personal property 313 70 

Unpaid dues credited to annual assessments and secured by member- 
ships 1 1^350 00 

Due from Telegraph Co. account Quotation Department, and credited 

to that account in receipts 750 00 

Profit and loss — Appeals 10 00 

Loan paid . 50.000 00 

Dues 1885, paid twice, refunded _' 50 00 

Total disbursements . . $219,058 47 

Cash on hand 155,097 06 

Less held in trust account Texas fund 2. 280 50 

'■ 52,816 56 

$271,875 03 
'The available investments of the Board are the same as last year— 

1,050 shares of Chamber of Commerce stock 178.792 32 



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THE FIXAXCIAL EXHIBIT. 

The table above presented precliTdes the necessity of extended com- 
ment upon the tinancial condition of the Board. All contracts for the 
construction of the building have now been settled in full except that 
of the Hallowell Granite Co. for •' extras/^ which bill is in process of 
adjustment. It is gratifying to your Board to be able to state that, 
Avith all bills paid save the one above alluded to, there remains in the 
hands of your Treasurer, and in cash on hand, a balance of 839,916.56 
besides an additional sum of ^^12,900 reserved to i^ay rent which may 
be due to the Chamber of Commerce at the close of the fiscal year. 

AXXUAL ASSESSMEXT. 

AVith the vieAv of keeping the Association in a strong condition 
financially, your Directors have fixed the annual assessment upon the 
members for 1887 at $60. This, with other expected revenues, should 
enable the Board to meet all current expenses and pay all interest on 
the bonded debt due for the current year. 

PROVISIOX FOE ADVAXCE IXTEREST. 

Ample provision is also made for the payment of the interest cou- 
pons which will be j^resented early in the year 1888; also for the 
possible rent that may be due to the Chamber of Commerce for the 
year 1887. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 

Xegotiations are still pending with the Chamber of Commerce for 
an adjustment of the existing leases of the old hall and Commercial 
Building, which we hope will speedily result in an equitable settlement. 

LITIGATIOX. 

It has l)een the policy of the Directors to avoid unnecessary litiga- 
tion, and all cases submitted to the courts during the year have been 
decided in your favor. . The Board has, during the past three years, ' 
been engaged in an effort to get one of the numerous ''bucket-shop 
injunction cases"' through at least one of the lower courts and on its. 
way from that to the Appellate Court, thence to the Supreme Court 
of the State. We are now able to report that one of the cases against 
the Board of Trade Avas heard by Judge Bagby in the Circuit Court in 
September last and the position of the Board sustained and the case- 
appealed. The necessary appeal bond was filed, the record made up, 
and a stipulation in Avriting entered into betAveen the attorneys of the 
respective parties that this ease should be presented in good faith for 
a final issue in the Supreme Court. The case Avill jDrobably reach a. 



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lieariiig in the Appellate Court early in the coming spring, so that we 
may reasonably expect a hearing in the Supreme Court at the ensuing 
term. On the issue of this case (and it does not seem to be involved 
in much doubt) will depend all other cases of a similar character. 
Hence the Board may reasonably expect ere long to be able to exercise 
a wholesome supervision over the distribution of its own market 
reports. 

PKOVISIOX WAEEHOUSES. 

The Directors have given considerable time to the consideration of 
means providing for the better security of persons holding registered 
warehouse receipts for property in provision warehouses. After con- 
ferring with bankers, dealers in provisions, brokers, and others inter- 
ested, certain changes in the '•' Eequirements for Warehouses for the 
Storage of Provisions " were agreed upon and adopted. It is now 
made the duty of the Provision Eegistrar to cause daily examinations 
to be made of stocks of registered provisions in all warehouses and to 
post in his office daily the results of such examinations, in order that 
holders of registered provision warehouse receipts can ascertain daily 
at the Eegistrar's office detailed information concerning property so 
represented. 

LARD IXSPECTIOX. 

An important change has been made in the "Requirements for 
Prime Steam Lard," taking effect January 1, 1887, as follows: 
'' Standard prime steam lard shall be solely the product of the trim- 
mings and other fat parts of hogs, rendered in tanks by the direct 
ajDplication of steam, and without subsequent change in grain or 
character by the use of agitators or other machinery, except as such 
change may unavoidably come from transportation. It shall have 
proper color, flavor, and soundness for keeping, and no material which 
has been salted shall be included. The name and location of the 
Tenderer and the grade of the lard shall be plainly branded on each 
package at the time of packing." We deem this of sufficient concern 
to the buyers and consumers of lard, both in this country and in 
Europe, to justify the reproduction here of the regulation in full. 

CALL BOARD. 

As the existing rules make it entirely impracticable to maintain a 
successful Call Board, means should be devised to render this valuable 
portion of the building productive. 



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FREIGHT BUREAU. 

The contract with the Chicago Freight Bureau required that the 
Board of Trade should pay one-half of the expenses of conducting the 
Bureau. Our share of these expenses for the year from ]Sroyember 15, 
1885, until November 15, 1886, has been $6,210.10. The benefits, 
accruing to the members of the Board of Trade by the action of your 
Directors co-operating with the Chicago Freight Bureau in the reduc- 
tion of storage rates and terminal charges on grain, and the correction 
of unjust discrimination in rates of freight against Chicago, are de- 
tailed in the report of the Committee on Transportation, on file in the 
office of the Secretary. It has been left to the incoming Board of 
Directors to determine whether the Association will be justified in con- 
tinuing this alliance for another year. 

OBITUARY. 

Death has demanded during the year a liberal harvest from our 
ranks. Twenty members of this Association who were Avith us at the 
beginning of the year have passed beyond our mortal vision, leaving us 
the lesson of their virtues, and admonishing those who remain that 
death ever waits upon the steps of life, and that with the grave there 
can be no controversy. 

In this sacred roll may be found the names of three ex-Presidents 
of the board — Julian S. Rumsey, Charles H. Walker, and Josiah "W. 
Preston. 

Mr. Eumsey was one of the charter members of the Association, 
and its President during the years 1858 and 1859. To his effective 
example of mercantile integrity, as well as to his sagacity and judg- 
ment, the Board is largely indebted for its good name and prosperity. 
In April, 1861, he was chosen Mayor of Chicago, and during that 
eventful year, by wise counsel, rare executive ability, and patriotic- 
energy, he honored the city which he served. 

Mr. Charles H. Walker was President of the Board in 1856 and 
and 1857, and was known as a genial and successful merchant. 

Mr. Josiah W. Preston was President during the years 1871 and 

1872, and left behind him the record of a true, warm-hearted, and 

honorable career. 

Res23ectfully submitted, 

A. M. WEIGHT, President. 



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REPORT OF THE TREASURER. 



Chicago, January 3, 1887. 

To the President and Directors of the Board of Trade of the City of 

Chicago : 

Geisttlemeis' — As Treasurer of the Board to the 28th of January^ 

1886 — 

I had on hand on January 5, 1886 $33,691 03 

And have received in sundry deposits from the Secretary 6,447 41 

Total amount to be accounted for $40,138 44 

I have paid over, seventeen checks drawn by the Secretary and duly 

countersigned, the above total amount, say $40, 138 44 

Respectfully, 

ORSON SMITH, Treasurer. 



Chicago, January 4, 1887. 
To the President and Directors of the Board of Trade of the City of 
Chicago : 

GE]!fTLEME2H", — As Treasurer for the past year, I beg to report 
that — 

I have received in sundry deposits from the Secretary of the Board 

during the year ended January 3, 1887, the sum of $314,349 03 

I have paid 337 cheeks drawn by the Secretary and duly countersigned, 

amounting to 261,136 16. 

Leaving a balance of $ 53,213 86^ 

Respectfully, 

J0H:N^ C. black. Treasurer. 

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GENERAL STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 



OF THE 



mnW STATES, STATE OF ILimOIS AND CITY OF CHICAGO, 

POPULATION, PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENTS, VALUATION OP PROPERTY, ETC. 



Statemei^^t of Exports and Imports. 



STATISTICS OF THE TRADE OF CHICAGO 



IN 



LEADING ARTICLES OF COMMERCE FOR PREVIOUS YEARS, ETa 



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POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES. 



Census Returns. 



1790. 
1800. 
1810. 
1820. 
1830. 



3,929,214 i 1840 __ 17.069,453 

! 
5,308,483 : 1850 23,191,87(i 

7,239,881 1860 .31,443,331 

9,633,823 u 1870 38,558,371 

12,866,020 ^1 1880 ._ 50,155,78:^ 



POPULATION OF ILLINOIS. 



United States Census Returns. 



1810 12,282 j' 1850 

1820 - 55,162 ; 1860 

1830 ---- 157,445 i\ 1870 

1840 - 476,183 l^ 1880 



a51,470 
1,711,951 
2,539,891 
3,077,871 



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1845 12,088 

1850 29,963 

1855 60,627 

1860 - 112,172 

1865 - .178,900 



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1871 (June) ....;a4,270 

1872 (October) 364,377 

1880 503,185 

1884 (estimated).. ....675,000 

1885 (estimated)... 727,000 

1886 (estimated) 750,000 



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DOMESTIC EXPORTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

The following exhibits the value of the Exports of Domestic. Products, except Oold and 
Silver, hij .Commodities, driving the years (ended June 80) 1886, 1885, and 1884: 



Commodities. 



Cotton—unmanufactured $205,085,642 

manufactures of 13,524,398 



1886. 



Bread and breadstuffs 

Provisions, comprising meat and dairy products, including 
vegetables 

Oils— mineral $50,199,844 

animal _. 1.229,761 

vegetable ...- 2,475,622 

Woods, and manufactures of.. ..... 

Tobacco, and manufactures of 

Iron and steel, and manufactures of 

Animals, living 

Leather, and manufactures of 

Oil cake 



Hops 

Seeds 

Spirits of turpentine. 
Coal. 



Drugs, chemicals, medicines, acids, and dye-stu£Es 

Furs and fur skins - 

Agricultural implements 

Carriages, cars, carts, and parts of 

Sugar— refined $10,972,729 

brown sugar and molasses 1,219,037 



Tallow 

Naval stores (rosin, 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 stores 

Hides and skins, other than furs 

Musical instruments 

Fancy goods, including perfumery and toilet soaps . 

Manures (fertilizers) 

Quicksilver 

Books and other publications... 

Glass and glassware 

Wearing apparel, including hats, caps, and bonnets. 

Ginseng 

Hemp, and manufactures of 

Cordage, rope, and twine 

Soap. 



Mathematical, philosophical, and optical instruments. 
India rubber and gutta percha, and manufactures of.. 

Marble, and manufactures of 

.\le, beer, and porter 

Hair, and manufactures of 

Paints and painters' colors 

Wool, and manufactures of 

Paintings and statuary 

Starch 

Fish. 



All other commodities — manufactured $5,699,691 

unmanufactured 1,649,036 



Totals 



$218,610,040 
125,846 558 

89,798,204 



53,905,227 

20,643,390 

30,424,908 

11,382,192 

12,518,660 

8,757,682 

7,053,714 

1,714,488 

1,949,990 

2,811,777 

4,188,530 

4,315,136 

3,321,102 

2,367,258 

1,927,890 



12,191,766 

2,144,499 

2,032,298 

2,584,717 

3,308,308 

2,239,554 

5,671,748 

2,863,624 

1,595,974 

1,366,160 

2,389,990 

873,925 

871,446 

999,739 

1,107,657 

219,259 

1,314,639 

773,878 

901,692 

998,332 

5:36,991 

864,615 

772,131 

479,586 

664,304 

605,261 

667,363 

407,672 

358,536 

663,751 

135,684 

285,056 

4,208,901 



7,348,727 



1885. 



8665,964,529 



$213,531,274 
160,370,821 

105,105,783 



54.326,202 

21,464,322 

24,767,305 

11,821,705 

14,567,081 

9,692,408 

6,674,466 

1,391,854 

2,166,805 

2,690,2.31 

4,575,962 

4,055,025 

4,153,287 

2,561,602 

1,957,226 



17,028,249 

3,322,476 

2,294,563 

2,898,698 

3,515,708 

2,557,980 

10,187,024 

5,565,216 

1,367.616 

1,345,940 

1.791,945 

1,822,058 

941,344 

878,8:35 

910,778 

206,630 

1,389,350 

783,915 

806,501 

751,168 

507,723 

806,417 

697,294 

449,587 

686,156 

513,505 

491,418 

571,290 

351,507 

253,975 

227,270 

276,274 

4,892,919 



9,718.258 



1884. 



$726,682,946 



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162,544,715 

110,67:3,592 



50,126,197 

24,275,128 

20,296,217 

18,369,148 

20,293,529 

8,805,779 

7,115,153 

3.265,211 

3,477,383 

3,885.500 

5,03i:509 

4,079,391 

:3,998,182 

3,442,767 

3,026,498 



6,316,124 

4,793,375 

3,119.200 

:3,552,814 

1,746.418 

870.:343 

5,595,859 

4,138,704 

1,272,810 

1,359,690 

1,177,922 

1,:304,329 

1,079,118 

1,187,816 

1,096.021 

427,219 

1,414,951 

8:39.756 

881,928 

614,995 

596,942 

800,8:30 

700,790 

557,424 

635,046 

603,260 

524,770 

640,939 

477,469 

174,523 

176,389 

305,515 



15,224,519 



$724,964,852 



HoTE. — Carried in cars and other land vehicles. 
Carried in American vessels — steam ... 

Carried in American vessels — sail 

Carried in Foreign vessels — steam 

Carried in Foreign vessels— sail 



$16,425,361 
31,751,729 
44,663,036 
442,536,993 
130,587,410 



665,964,529 






IMPORTS OF MERCHAIN^DISE IIS^TO THE UXTTED 

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years (ended June 30) 1886, 1885, and 1884: 



Commodities. 



Sugar and molasses —Sugar §80,797,077 

Molasses— Melada and Syrup 5,595,670 

Wool— raw ._ - $16,746,081 

manufactures of 41,421,319 

Silk— raw $18,277,216 

manufactures of 27,957,939 

Coffee - 

Iron and steel, and manufactures of - 

Chemicals, drugs, medicines, dyes, etc 

Cotton— raw $ 672,508 

manufactures of 29,324,496 

Hides and skins, other than furs 

Tin, and manufactures of 

Flax— raw $ 1,576,518 

manufactures of 12,983,180 

Fruits and nuts 

Tea 

India rubber, gutta percha, and manufactures of 

Breadstuffs and farinaceous food 

Woods, and manufactures of 

Leather, and manufactures of _. 

Jute and other grasses— raw ... ..$4,566,473 

manufactures of 7,979,955 

Wine, spirits, and cordials 

Tobacco, and manufactures of 

Provisions, including eggs and flsh 

Earthen, stone, and china ware 

Fancy goods, including perfumery and cosmetics 

Furs dressed and undressed - 

Glass and glassware 

Precious stones 

Articles exported and returned .- 

Paper materials 

Hemp, and manufactures of 

Buttons and button materials 

Animals, living 

Books and other publications 

Straw and palm-leaf, and manufactures 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 othenvise stated) 

Household effects of immigrants and others 

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Paper, and manufactures of '. 

Dye-woods in sticks 

Seeds 

Salt """"^^^^^"lllI!""'"^I"^^I^'"'"r'^^"I! 

Musical instruments ' 

Paints of all kinds 



1886. 



1885. 



$86,392,747 
58,167,400 



46,235,155 
42,672,937 
37,534,078 
34,880,107 



29,997,004 

26,699,313 

5,873,752 



14,559,698 
17,318,259 
16,020,383 
12,121,724 
8,628,686 
12,222.852 
11,850,708 



12,546.428 
8.804,899 

11,212,088 
7,874,426 
4,947,621 
5,983,378 
6,813,887 
6.338,097 
8,248,499 
8,699,565 
5,194,951 
8,640,226 
3,834,962 
6,940,026 
3,283,470 
82,724 
1,342,699 
2,979,132 
1,354,895 
2,469,237 
2,076,313 
2,952,121 
3,358.711 
2.482,280 
2,551,964 
1,838,822 
1,725,435 
3,265,208 
1,499,182 
1,449,071 
1,277,784 



$76,738,713 



44,656,482 



40,393,002 
46,723,318 
34.563,689 
42,478,736 



27,743,191 

20,586,443 

4,283,460 



15,374,578 
16,705,574 
14,047.583 
9,326,421 
7,689.508 
12,629,062 
10,416,885 



12,541,954 
8,282,039 
9,519,637 
9,112,854 
4,837,782 
5,583,978 
5,257,547 
6,256,194 
6,087,457 
6,638,784 
5,827,873 
4,938,:M2 
2,828,422 
6,783,772 
3,148,143 
4,570,429 
1,755,718 
3,259,624 
1,144,102 
1,800,093 
2,143,806 
2,488,5% 
2,131,661 
2,170,137 
2,593,679 
1,592,892 
1,175,183 
4,496,809 
1,519,998 
1,425,485 
1,142,013 



1884. 



$103,884,274 
53,542,292 



49,949,128 
49,686,705 
41,464,509 
36.549,832 



30,454,476 
22,350,906 
23,612.691 



19,711,322 
19,754,005 
13,636,053 
14,064,141 
9,773.113 
14,676,066 
11.312,064 



10,661,292 
7,802.;«6 
9,2:i8,522 

10,099,697 
4,954,813 
8,082,427 
8,178,124 
7,552,498 
9,^45,078 
6,138.960 
5,633,647 
4,227,876 
3,480,174 
8,312,496 
3,635,629 
201,726 
1,264,384 
3,091.522 
2,062,804 
2.326,646 
1,123,892 
3,617,084 
2,277,929 
2.249,172 
2.558,164 
1,714,419 
1,197,519 
4,336,618 
l,66:i,8:M 
1,749,349 
1,318,930 



6 



IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE — Continued. 



CommocUtiei^. 



Bristles 

Cocoa.- - .. 

Clothing, e.xcept silk and wool, and cotton hosiery 

Beer and other malt liquors 

Potatoes - 

Marble and stone, and manufactures of 

Zinc and lead, and manufactures of 

Jewelry 

Guano, except from bonded islands 

Bolting cloth.- 

Copper, and manufactures of 

Gypsum or plaster of Paris, unground - 

All other articles 

Totals 



1886. 



$ 1,087,137 

1,793,398 

384,770 

1,469,231 

649,009 

872,036 

1,034,651 

1,081,101 

341,557 

232,769 

598.085 

116,202 

22,532,296 

$635,436,136 



1885. 



926,749 

1,332,390 

408,810 

1,097,184 

255,590 

895,990 

666,735 

1,115,485 

391,789 

287,076 

498,751 

119.543 

12,119,589 



$577,527,329 



1884. 



1,201,735 

1,644,766 
792,402 

1,179,111 
193,623 
957,769 
372,934 
910,827 
585,984 
396,153 
526,688 
168,023 

4,348,543 



$667,697,693 



RECAPITULATION OF EXPORTS AND IMPORTS. 





1886. 


1885. 


1884. 


Exports of domestic merchandise .. .. . . .. 


$665,964,529 
13,.560,301 


$726,682,946 
15,,506,809 


$724,964,852 


Exports of foreign merchandise 


15,548,757 


Total exports of merchandise _ 

Imports of merchandise. 


$679,524,830 
635,436,136 


$742,189,755 
577,537,329 


$740,513,609 
667,697,693 


Excess of exports over imports of merchandise 


$ 44,088,694 


$164,662,4^6_^ 


$ 72,815,916 


Coin and Bullion Movement. 
Exports of domestic coin and bullion . 


f 51,924,117 
20,539,293 

$ 72.463,410 
38,593,656 


$ 24,376,110 
17,855,415 


$ 50,225,635 
16,907,748 


Exports of foreign coin and bullion 




Total exports 


$ 42,231,525 
43,242,-323 


$ 67,13.3,383 
37,426,262 


Imports of coin and bullion . . 








$ 1,010,798 




Excess of exports coin and bullion 


$ 33.869.754 


$ 29.707 121 








Excess of exports over imports of merchandise 


$ 44,088,694 


$164,662,426 
1,010,798 


$ 72,815,916 


Less excess of imports, coin, and bullion 








Balance in favor of the United States 


'$ 77,958,448 


$163,651,628 


$102,523,037 





Note.— Total value of dutiable merchandise 

Total value of merchandise free of duty. 

Brought in cars and other land vehicles . 

Brought in American vessels, steam 

sail 

Brought in foreign vessels, steam 

sail 



.$423,276,840 
. 212,159,296 

. $24,555,683 

. 54,011,911 

. 64,930.906 

. 428,403.781 

. 63,5.3;3,855 



$635,436,136 



$635,436,136 



EXPORTS OF BREADSTUFFS TO EUROPE. 

Tlie following Statement exhibits the Total Exports of Flour, Wheat, Corn, and Rye 
from the United States to Europe, annually, since 1847 (calculations being made for 
the years ended August 31 to 1869, and since for the years ended June 30) : 



I Flour, Barbels. Wheat, Bushels. 



Years ended Aus. 
31 to 1869. That 
and later years 
ended June 30. 



1848 

1849 

1850 

1851 

1852 

1853 

1854 

1855 

1856 

1857 

1858 

1859 

1860. 

1861 

1862 

1863 

1864 

1865 

1866 

1867 

1868 

1869... 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1878 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 



To 

Gr'tBritain 

and 

Ireland. 



To 
Conti- 
nental 
Europe. 



Corn, Bushels. 



Rte, Bushels. 



To 

Gr'tBritain 

and 

Ireland. 



To To 

Conti- I Gr'tBritain 

nental | and 
Europe. Ireland. 



To 
Conti- 
nental 
Europe. 



; To ! To 
Gr.Brit'n! Conti- 

; and i nental 
Ireland. \ Europe. 



182,583 

1,1.37,556 

574,757 

1,559,584 

1,427.442 

1,600;449 

1,846,920 

175,209 

1.641,265 

849,600 

1,295,430 

106,457 

717,156 

2,561,661 

2,672,515 

1,479,413 

1.241,804 

170,109 

147,568 

179,990 

529,494 

407,082 

1,188,951 

1,227,624 

328,544 

531,801 

1,703,984 

1,2.31,-324 

1,335,185 

918,2&3 

1,615,479 

2,629,665 

3,645,952 

4,610,415 

3,289,909 

5,717,429 

5,.583,843 

6,807,538 

4,914,782 



7,763 

748,408 

483,344 

.303,100 

51,.388 

49,243 

142,129 

626,672 

213,579 

100,511 

23,261 

4,285 

4,294 

78,975 

.38,973 

57,052 

136,638 

15,315 

13,115 

129,682 

31,718 

51,581 

33,902 

49,936 

226.447 

124,478 

530,476 

187.601 

402,596 

349,978 

374,493 

133,066 



241,300 

1,140,194 

461,276 

1,469,355 

2,728,442 

4,82:3,519 

6,038,003 

324,427 

7,956,406 

7,479,401 

6,555,643 

439,010 

4,7.38,714 

25,553,.390 

25,754,709 

2.3,167,190 

16,492,523 

2,989,740 

1,521,210 

6,014,271 

12,992,609 

13,356,550 

27,787,609 

22,488,021 

19,017,411 

31,790,876 

51,833,278 

42,057,004 

42,256,652 

31,202.296 

54,664,732 

57,419.292 

79.068.075 

82,550,921 

65,600,582 

65,266,803 

44,761,690 

.56,532,002 

34.926,241 



4,972 

2,610,079 

2,865,653 

290,428 

57,845 

178,031 

3,452,496 

7,617,472 

2,.343,314 

333,819 

112,315 

68,111 

79,417 

378,452 

229,920 

2,069,329 

2,4.30,762 

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 

19,594,213 

24.691,016 

13,735,074 



4,390,226 

12,685,260 j 

4,753,358 j 

I 2,205,601 '■ 

1,487,398 ; 

1,425,278 

6,049,.371 

6,679,138 ^ 308,428 

6,731,161 ; 282,083 

4,746,278 I 543,590 

.3,.317,802 I 16,848 

342,013 25,519 

2,221,857 19,358 

11,705,034 101,145 

14,084,168 i 322,074 

10,334,356 68,957 

717,434 ! 13,369 

1,293,404 11,485 

13,908,358 i 41,803 

10,410,208 10,360 

9.121,449 i 72,104 

4,257,591 174,372 

40,900 42,807 

5,905,445 191,399 

25.779.331 , 973,679 

29,334,759 I 646,181 

26,299,-323 1,659,437 

23..387,367 1,570,166 

42,452,240 1,906,614 

55.466,435 5.476.641 

65,915,851 9,841,174 

64.506,311 12,431,011 

55,635.347 3-3,565,597 

53,014,142 28,882,344 

28,664,924 9,009,774 

30,010,671 6,036,099 

26,436,771 6,441,012 

32,298,606 : 12.812,882 

37,871,149 I 17,962,971 





35,569 




1,975,178 




216,162 




13,100 




"347",258 




1,612,926 




4-35,205 




13,965 




97,529 




245,651 




160,086 




544,916 




"756",842 




498,207 


1,214 


1.520.469 


312 


198,092 




510,856 


35.380 


2,026,962 


.301.314 


3.751.420 


1.35,700 


4,640,212 


297.769 


2,595.867 


163,589 


1,754,027 


63,961 


907,686 


60,558 


2,064,135- 


61,301 


5,287,644 




2,933,447 


307 


195,094 



The Total Exports to all Foreign Countries of Flour, Wheat, Corn, Oats, Rye, and 
Barley, as reported hy the Bureau of Statistics at Washington for the last six years, 
ended June 30, have been as follows: 



Articles. 



1886. 



Flour, barrels 8,179,241 

Wheat, bushels... ; 57,759.209 

Corn, bushels i 63,655,433 

Oats, bushels | 5,672,694 

Rye, bushels i 196,725 

Barley, bushels 252,183 



1885. 



1884. 



1883. 



1882. 



1881. 



10,648,145 


9,152,260 


9,211,695 


5,920,634 ; 


7,950.239 


84,653,714 


70,349,012 


106,-385,828 


95,271,802 1 


150.565,477 


51,a34.416 


45,247,510 


40,.'i86,825 


43.184,915 


91,908.175 


4,191,692 


1,760,376 


461,496 


625,690 


402,904 


2.950.558 


6.220,206 


2,170,026 


973.921 


1.928,4.37 


629,130 


724,955 


433,005 


205,930 


885,246 



KW:-' 



8 



EXPORTS OF FLOUR, WHEAT, AND CORX 

From the Prominent Atlantic Portx, with their Piincipal Destinations, reported 

weekly during the year 1886. 







Flour, Barrels. 


Wheat, Bushels. 


Co 


BN, BUSHEI 


-S. 


Week 




To 


To all 




To 


To all . 


To 


To 


Ended 


To 


Conti- 


other 


To 


Conti 


other 


To 


Conti- 


all other 




Great 


nental 


Coun- 


Great 


nental 


Coun- 


Great 


nental 


Coun- 




Britain. 


Europe 

406 


tries. 

55,580 


Britain. 

97,897 


Europe. 


tries. 


Britain. 
807,338 


Europe. 

781,213 


tries. 


Jan..-. 2 


98.454 


42,010 




16,920 


....1 9 


44.852 


2,707 


29,151 


203.145 


161,520 





892.707 


372,907 


12,490 


...-! 16 


129,372 


5,361 


41,066 


123,998 


74,710 





1.070.605 


864,260 


17,294 


.... 23 


42,465 


1,594 


38.300 


212.024 


208,867 





742.313 


457,778 


9,398 


.... 30 


58,903 


2,234 


36,902 


197,308 


3(M,361 





846,168 


312,689 


9,900 


Feb.... 6 


101,618 


254 


49.260 


2.50,056 


72,905 





1,004,589 


480,687 


8,861 


.... 13 


74,002 


1.708 


37,802 


134.884 


134,989 


. 


(582,338 


482,285 


9,800 


.... 20 


59,913 


1.054 


47,134 


411,054 


170,275 


4 


1.214,361 


.541.006 


8,410 


.... 27 


100,004 


161 


34.820 


186,733 


132,()01 


2.50 


1.129,084 


5:59,751 


15,221 


March . 6 


54.665 


2,170 


30.104 


265,043 


323,043 





976.708 


756,972 


11,578 


.... 13 


60,093 


9 


42,646 


278,654 


117,30t) 





1.073,285 


629,648 


8,965 


.... 20 


86,201 


1.1.54 


48.175 


;J26,212 


86,432 





1.280,424 


649.860 


9,699 


.... 27 


44,261 


6.:i57 


29;86;3 


:^,386 


266,250 




l,2a5,433 


740;088 


13,963 


April.. 3 


73.973 


1.668 


41,904 


2a3,302 


366.287 


5,r)20 


991,874 


425,891 


8,540 


.... 10 


92:319 


5.787 


40.504 


448,482 


246.597 




.587,773 


774,358 


12,765 


.... 17 


74,456 


697 


.54.439 


480.0(V4 


849,564 


998 


1,111,700 


280,770 


8,351 


.... 24 


136.748 


1.675 


38,269 


448,219 


269,782 


9,7.55 


1.249.108 


594,473 


34,308 


Mav ... 1 


74,966 


14.619 


43.084 


438,&3T 


225,379 





1.295,243 


.5(>4,197 


12,833 


".... 8 


97,682 


1,768 


;^.986 


379.329 


304.399 


*' 


731,721 


950.583 


13,151 


.... 15 


166,465 


361 


36:525 


788,584 


521,728 




736,a32 


:566,687 


32,732 


.... 22 


129,753 


5.327 


44,253 


1.051,744 


526,419 


4^994 


396.951 


153.456 


:i5.743 


.... 29 


125,861 


4,985 


45,041 


1,308,222 


850,785 


14,989 


&54.979 


398.854 


62,428 


June .. 5 


132,652 


3,055 


28,061 


1.231,873 


850,074 


5,986 


565,623 


239.686 


24,883 


.... 12 


111.937 


8,291 


58,994 


935,228 


647,810 





1,246,229 


165;656 


27,979 


.... 19 


150,332 


2,846 


44,770 


950,395 


556,025 





757,619 


227,396 


30,154 


.... 26 


104.852 


20,068 


46,727 


996,558 


595,200 


4.568 


1,012,005 


149,261 


23,473 


Julv.. 3 


97.099 


592 


45,510 


i)24,259 


706,082 




681,714 


170,853 


52,948 


.... 10 


91.283 


8.963 


43,904 


233.522 


532.417 


li32.5 


842,620 


196.572 


28,788 


.... 17 


129^747 


4,915 


36,646 


302.768 


822,131 


10 


602,206 


160,741 


22,867 


.... 24 


197.803 


25,687 


45,995 


456,109 


781,229 


15.061 


523,652 


2*3,891 


66,392 


.... 31 


123,647 


2.808 


53.774 


689,170 


755,149 





453,077 


283,197 


77,772 


August 7 


97,557 


2.2.50 


;35,677 


a37,176 


836,391 




416,562 


73.189 


68,565 


.... 14 


195,726 


23,189 


41,285 


1,191,678 


1,238,341 


8l996 


406,284 


63,982 


20,096 


.... 21 


115,046 


13.594 


46.138 


1,399,614 


1,808,981 





178,313 


7,996 


43,945 


.... 28 


i;k.362 


1.5.215 


40,:il4 


1,212.763 


1.599,503 


.500 


160.347 


99,245 


6,834 


Sept ... 4 


lli;929 


11.890 


42,808 


1,079.452 


907,664 


895 


]80;237 


106,134 


&5,380 


.... 11 


128,315 


13,159 


49,963 


l,023;il7 


1,168,354 


24.245 


184,499 


249,949 


36,860 


.... 18 


111,625 


7,635 


39.222 


911,323 


767,229 


1,312 


408,754 


114,140 


23.644 


.... 25 


111,993 


21.;356 


38,909 


894,275 


450.842. 




535,233 


186,178 


26,129 


Oct.... 2 


161,039 


9;058 


49.411 


580,740 


404,142 


8.611 


205..522 


173,684 


45,234 


.... 9 


149,167 


10,043 


68:777 


642,829 


309,910 


1,000 


428,773 


249.319 


39.683 


.... 16 


(io,267 


8,909 


40.920 


445.907 


611,011 


1,527 


311,941 


176,238 


27,868 


.... 23 


141.824 


16.092 


(5:1961 


514.177 


444.014 


33.000 


644,156 


242,817 


26,979 


....; 30 


57,846 


9;a39 


51.394 


448,965 


484,896 


1.512 


482.432 


169,365 


19,166 


Nov ... 6 


165,a35 


18,782 


68.248 


756,036 


360.315 


996 


657.486 


1.52,633 


37,924 


.... 13 


62,693 


6,276 


62.4;K 


572,858 


638,445 


1.075 


410,832 


75,345 


53,895 


.... 20 


138,775 


13,929 


37,022 


966,274 


445,944 




458.98:5 


155,384 


36,008 


.... 27 


96,477 


2,983 


49,.53;3 


625,945 


397,161 


9!972 


235,207 


145,678 


13,537 


Dec... 4 


98,837 


33.550 


61,034 


485,342 


759,232 


500 


.539.570 


312,802 


34,312 


.... 11 


82.501 


3.370 


44,555 


935,420 


356,661 





267,541 


91,721 


12,909 





18 


139.837 


7,853 


77,461 


698,492 


438. 9&4 




451,701 


196,584 


8,035 





25 


82,069 


31,739 


36,061 


611,189 


370,138 




471.742 


388,542 


12,838 


.... 


31 


121,085 


4,076 


53,175 


1,136,231 
33,409,482 


367,286 


30 
157,131 


536,777 
36.218.371 


126,915 


25,359 


Totals, 1886 


5,632,183 


401,501 


2,401,522 


27.727,744 


17,553,506 


1,384,806 


■• 1885 


5,472,042 


186,545 


2,300.435 


21,581,717 


9,644,255 


77,491 


41,080.988 


15,543,840 


3,204,879 


■' 1884 


4,916,455 


405,464 


2,190,258 


31,469.556 


26,833,790 


101,632 


20,400.049 


6,419,264 


2.512,a32 


'■ 1883 


5,538,943 


293,674 


2,134,&33 


30,679.140 


20,a36,101 


205,857 


46,397:748 


11,547,994 


1:949.568 


'• 1882 


4,586.343 


466,509 


2,286.027 


44,681,826 


30,280,118 


416.174 


10,305,336 


2.219,103 


1,388,911 



o.;^-^^'^jL!»^<3l 



9 



P^XPORTS OF FLOUR IX 1886 



From the princiiml Atlantic Ports, as reported weektij from the several ports named. 







From 




From 


From 


From 


From 


From 


From 


1 
From 


Woolr "Pd'^'^'I 


New 


TJostOD. 


Port- 


Phila- 


Balti- 


New 


Mon- 


Rich- 


Newport Total 






York, 


Vi$irrpl«; 


land, 


d'lphia 


more, 


Orl'ns, 


treal, 


mond, 


News, barrels. 






barrels. 




barrels. 


barrels. 


barrels. 


bbls. 


barrels. 


bbls. 


barrels. 


Jan 


2 


90,260 


41,952 


1,946 


2,500 


5,188 


219 




3,375 




14.5,440 




9 


44,288 


15,439 




1,114 


15,673 


196 











76.710 




16 


78.931 


54,780 


600 


11,364 


22,893 


245 





6,986 





175,799 




23 


53,393 


24.262 





1,620 


2,500 


584 











82.359 




30 


56,481 


28,932 





4.535 


7,729 


362 










98,039 


Feb ..-- 


6 


60,190 


56,329 




19,597 


12,186 








2,830 





151,132 




13 


62,580 


20,238 


143 


2,623 


21,447 


600 











107,631 




20 


53,903 


21,789 


6.957 


3,471 


26,154 


938 









113,512 




27 


45,974 


66,790 





2,436 


14,706 








1.584 


3,495 


134,985 


Maicii-- 


6 


57,073 


8,931 




13,039 


5,547 


733 





1,616 




86,939 





13 


30,799 


42,294 


3,321 


2,700 


20,328 


478 





2,828 


.... 1 102,748 




20 


59,049 


31,332 


1,679 


14,250 


28,652 


471 







3.380 i 135,4^ 





27 


46,018 


26,320 


2,357 





50 


529 





1,827 


.... ! 80,481 


April ... 


3 


38,565 


57,704 





12.107 


8,632 


537 







.... i 117,545 




10 


44,215 


52,551 


4,326 


3,613 


33,705 


200 











138,610 




17 


61,112 


25,769 


. 


15 


42,003 


693 











129,592 




24 


73.485 


43,587 


2,294 


26,691 


30,294 


341 









176,692 


May.... 


1 


40,472 


65,096 


5,206 


2,815 


12,785 


355 


--^, 


5,940 





132,669 




8 


73.020 


56.843 


1,396 


1,332 


3,011 


834 




2,000 





138,436 




15 


98,306 


28,087 





9,521 


60,387 


608 


6,442 







203.351 




22 


88,324 


57,666 





5.704 


1,607 


70 


22,482 


3,480 





179,333 




29 


77,192 


48,931 





5,387 


30,435 


561 


10.461 


2,920 





175,887 


June ... 


5 


39,069 


68,495 





24,714 


16,530 


50 


9,410 


5,500 




163,768 




12 


95,866 


28,294 





2,711 


28,190 


1.029 


11,376 


6,892 


4.857 


179,222 




19 


64.041 


48,988 





714 


63,651 


600 


19.954 








197,948 




26 


65,854 


32,980 





.18,789 


41,103 


767 


12.154 







171,647 


July 


3 


61,073 


41,152 





50 


30,960 


189 


9,777 






143,201 




10 


38,195 


21,724 





2,286 


52,367 


1,2*3 


23,190 


2,060 


8.095 


144,150 




17 


50,406 


61.814 





11,790 


34,899 




7,099 


5,300 





171,308 




24 


85,081 


86,274 





2,000 


76,292 


1,671 


11,572 


4,595 





267,485 




31 


50,648 


60,504 





9,681 


40,748 


658 


17,990 







180,229 


August . 




57,567 


6,255 





14,523 


50,378 


644 


6,117 







135,484 




14 


83,896 


66,774 




786 


71,677 


754 


36.313 






260,200 




21 


78,213 


58..595 




1.143 


14,536 


257 


14.487 


5,467 


2.080 


174,778 




28 


46,645 


33.734 




7,358 


6.5,107 


7,554 


27.258 


3,265 





190.921 


Sept.... 


4 


53,031 


55,339 




3,071 


42,853 


115 


8,548 


3,670 




166,627 




11 


73.469 


59,629 




1,340 


42,692 


332 


9.535 




4.440 


191,437 




18 


68,684 


34,733 




3,571 


26,103 


1,203 


24,188 







158,482 




25 


93,484 


41,189 





5,820 


6,100 


481 


15,184 







172,258 


Oct 


2 


66,479 


, 76,925 





3.759 


34,966 


794 


27.825 


8,760 




219,508 




9 


76.386 


94.045 




4,701 


15,995 


393 


22,217 


8.000 


6.250 


227,987 




16 


53,582 


24.672 




2,857 


7,241 


973 


21,443 


4.328 




115.096 




23 


98.689 


70,961 




1.214 


32,775 


411 


9,047 


8.280 




221,377 




30 


54,100 


20,548 




6.420 


12,334 


503 


19,674 


5,000 




118,579 


Nov 


B 


109,550 


20,907 





2.a57 


86,682 


143 


24,206 


4,000 


4.520 


252,865 




13 


74,139 


18,791 





4.793 


14,109 


518 


15.984 


3,070 





131,404 




20 


83,995 


56,730 




2,400 


37,497 




9,104 






189,726 




2V 


56,977 


34,020 


4,279 


1,343 


34,3;i3 


865 


13,856 




3.320 


148,993 


Dee 


4 


88,902 


50,158 


214 


2,3.58 


17,303 


1,531 


6.872 


6.083 




173,421 




11 


76.673 


35,756 


3,183 


1,486 


11,904 


20 





1,404 




130,426 





18 


126,876 


24,889 


3,463 


1,964 


56,832 


1,162 





2,355 1 


7,610 


225,151 




26 


76,904 


39,764 


4.467 


3,628 


22,576 


2,535 








149,869 




31 
1886 


81,922 


26,355 


.... 


18,642 


48,105 


602 


.... 


2,710 


---- 


178,336 


Totals — 


3,564,026 


2,272,616 


4o,&31 


315,698 


1,542,750 


37,541 


473.7a5 


126.125 


48.047 


8,435,206 




1885 


3,611,910 


2,101,381 


90.184 


650,647 


1,062.840 


23.871 


831,891 


86.298 : 





7.959,022 




1884 


3,865,048 


2,207,a57 


95.433 


300,737 


461.376 


25,847 


555.880 






7,512.177 




1883 


4,437,512 


2,103,638 


116.725 


411,388 


433,490 


37,923 


426.274 


; 





7.966,950 




1882 


4,625,499 


1,467,876 


56,286 


246,097 


490,734 


79,027 


373,360 








7.338,879 




1881 


4,507,052 


1,109,583 


86,759 


190.849 


437,701 


58.897 


285.280 


! 





6,676,121 



B^'Kfc/:»i,;-r?i;5Mfi53feBiHia£^M^--^£'iCkS^^ 



10 



EXPORTS OF WHEAT m 1886 

From the principal Atlantic Port.% as reported weekly from the several ports named. 

(Not official.) 





From 


From 


From 


From 


From 


From 


From 


From 


Week 


New 


Boston, 


Portland, 


Phila- 


Balti- 


New 


Montreal 


Newport ; Total 


Ended 


York, 


bushels. 


bushels. 


delphia, 


more, 


Orleans, 


bushels. 


News, bushels. 




bushels. 


15,345 


8,537 


bushels, 


bushels. 


bushels. 




bushels. 




Jan... 2 


66.025 




50,000 






139,907 


.... 9 


226,968 


10,497 


7,600 





119,600 







1111 1 364,665 


16 


162,267 







32,.500 


3,941 








.... ! 198,708- 


23 


276,404 


26.516 


24,700 




ft3,271 







.... ! 420.891 


....: 30 


444.755 


16,247 





4:3.866 


56.801 








.... .5611669 


Feb... 6 


285.418 


10..596 






26,947 







.... 1 :322,961 


....: 13 


202.790 


15.566 


25,517 


181666 


8,000 







:... 1 269,873 


.... 20 


370,072 


8.252 


20,157 




182,852 








._.- i 581,333 


.... 27 


153,435 


34,829 


32,9:^1 


791664 


19,.S85 








.... 1 .319,584 


March 6 


512,286 








16,000 


60.200 











588,486 


.... 13 


255,146 


42.:i08 





25,CXX) 


73,.500 











395,954 


.... 20 


117,591 


26,408 


108,513 


147,7.32 


12,400 











412,644 


27 


351.873 


22,471 


63,842 


137,500 


77,4.50 











652,636 


.April . 3 


441,969 


39,952 


29.225 


39,962 


23,501 








574.609 


.... 10 


427.356 


109,244 


108.969 


49,510 


. 








695.079 


..-.: 17 


987,930 


68,695 


72,*31 


25.000 


176,676 











1,3.30,626 


.... 24 


564,054 


110.739 


23.4.58 


9,.505 


20,000 











727,756 


Mav .. 1 


327.485 


64.0t)9 


82,517 


77,732 


112,413 









664,216 


■.---: 8 


317,132 


()5.562 


97,627 


78,;«i 


49,076 







761666 


683,728 


....1 15 


745,065 


8^0:^8 





111,008 


97,951 





204,666 


144,250 1 1,310,312 


.... 22 


l,389,13:j 


45.943 








8,000 





140,081 


.... i 1,583,157 


29 


1,294,591 







221,499 


298,977 





a58,929 


.... : 2,173,996 


June.. 5 


1,228,441 


241,524 




1.5.(X)0 


144,635 




308,583 


149.7.50 2,087,933 


.... 12 


1,167,.504 


39,793 





80,887 


a3,285 





186,.569 


2.5,000 l,583,a38 


....j 19 


{)a9,827 


188.()35 





73.493 


140.612 




173,853 


.... 1,506,420 


...1 26 


1,137,797 


.56.942 




40,.500 


40,000 


'855 


245.432 


74,800 1,596,326 


Jtllv ..I 3 


1,408.579 


75.000 












146,762 


.... 1,6.30,341 


....J 10 


605.165 








37,666 


],:«5 


115,830 


7,944 : 767.264 


; 17 


845,442 


2519.38 




.50I666 


131,810 


_ 


71,719 


.... 1,124,909 


...-^ 24 


734.447 


26.060 





42,635 


:302,07() 


814 


146.:367 


.... 1,252,399 


....| 31 


601,966 


21,986 




:«].747 


310,536 




178,084 


.... 1,444.319 


Aug... 


I 


730,241 






2631078 


624,071 


10li27 


146,050 


.... 1.773.567 




14 


528.313 


1581687 




299,5a3 


875,401 


1.54,2.50 


3.37,-381 


86,000 2,439,015 


'.'.'.'.[ 21 


1.078;646 


80;]79 





515,589 


697,083 


89.7.50 


292.048 


455.:300 : .3,208,595 


....! 28 


830,813 


4;i938 





436.710 


626,209 


141.8:32 


.531,264 


202.000 ' 2.812,766 


Sept .- 4 


840,446 


90,.5.55 




131,95:3 


.564,479 


681977 


203,601 


88,000 1,988,011 


....i 11 


5^5,735 


200.469 




:W5.011 


844,039 


69.789 


170.673 


.... i 2.21.5.716 


....1 18 


62.5,1(50 


97,144 





218.164 


311,809 


164,187 


2&3.400 


.... , 1 1679,864 


....; 2o 


623,ra5 


31.050 





]04.;3(K) 


:363,230 




193,502 


30,000 ' 1,345.117 


Oct ...: 2 


451.846 


80,329 




42.0(K) 


98.000 


35,090 


209.628 


76,600 ! 9*3.493 





9 


339.519 


16,158 




147.727 


211,710 


:32.392 


206,233 


.... i 9.53.739 




16 


496.938 


23,473 




2;33.:349 


181.382 


19,139 


104,164 


.... i 1,0.581 445 


.... 23 


541,283 


i6,asi 




79.165 


84.0a3 




188,313 


82.306 991,191 


.... 30 


5;W,222 


7,619 


;:;: 


168..500 


8().754 


.51,512 


90,766 


1... 935,373 


Nov...; 6 


.548,691 


7,168 




:36,(XX) 


269,«X) 





239.088 


16,500 ] 1,117,347 


13 


744,149 








147,190 


1 73.0a) 


20,008 


128,031 


.... ; 1.212,378 


....; 20 


754.868 





— 


166,028 


274,702 




201,420 


15,200 ; 1.412,218 


-...■ 27 


676,694 


1.5,197 


11.884 


167.4:37 


43,040 


14,9:35 


10:3,891 


---- ! 1.033,078 


Dec...: 4 


609,630 


12.176 


7.687 


125.022 


454,037 


:36.522 





.... 1,245,074 


.... 11 


710,542 


35.727 


86,119 


165.678 


186,406 


11,009 





9t),600 ! 1,292,081 


....I 18 


612,001 


8.991 


29,200 


1.5.3,500 


287,984 


33,780 





12,000 i 1,137,456 


.... 25 


472.099 


17,751 


108.9«)2 


193,317 


189,198 







.... 981,327 


....; 31 


807,911 


40,391 


20.803 
970.079 


178,500 


270,877 
10,578,293 


85,065 


.... 


---- 


1,503,547 
61.295,137 


Totals, 1886 


32,667,695 


2.399,.5H8 


6,114,212 


1.041.358 


5,885,662 


1,6.38,250 


'• 1885 


17.152,069 


1.564,678 


846.(X)1 


;3,.5.32,230 


4,.531,251 


741210 


3,372,170 


2.30,854 31,:303,4&3 


1884 


28,488,289 


1.69.5.844 


304,042 


t).267.488 


16..381,758 


1,326,4:35 


3.40t).8R5 


.... '58.404,978 


■• 1883 


21,817,153 


1,987,224 


l,3(X1.a57 


4,4.32.770 


1,5,781,156 


2,222..502 


3.679,9:36 


.--- .51,221.098 


" 1882 


37,618,ia3 


2,843.058 


823^957 


5,762.947 


17,46.5,976 


5,075.982 


5,7aS,095 


.... 75,:378.118 


1881 


41,788.708 


3,081.232 


!)09.955 


8.860,522 


19.682,935 


4,.523.398 


5..590,984 


.... 84,437,734 



L . '■.ii'rJ.isii^^!^ 



11 



EXPORTS OF CORIN^ IX 1886 

From the principal Atlantic Ports, as reported weekly from the several ports named. 





From 


From 


From 


From 


From 


From 


From 


From 




Week 


New 


Boston, 


Portland, 


Phila- 


Balti- 


New 


Montreal 


Newport 


Total 


Ended 


York, 


bushels. 


bushels. 


delphia, 


more, 


Orleans, 


bushels. 


News, 


bushels. 




bushels. 






bushels. 


bushels. 


bushels. 




bushels. 




Jan - - - 


2 


728,354 


126,274 


91,742 


25,750 


452,851 


180,500 







1.605.471 




9 


708,987 


118,132 


68,735 




303,441 


79,809 






1,279,104 




16 


426,079 


109,030 


49,082 


197,288 


926,704 


243,976 






1,952,159 




23 


302,623 


77,586 


79,655 


33,000 


456,315 


260.310 






1,209.489 




30 


331.809 


65,107 




1,100 


652,840 


117.896 






1,168.752 


Feb... 


6 


377,148 


41,466 


32,409 


114,933 


502.109 


426.072 







1,494.137 




13 


540,800 


81,307 


61,892 


47,000 


225.878 


217..546 







1,174,423 




20 


708,903 


56,373 


28,140 




844,3*4 


125,977 







1,763.777 




27 


259,309 


94,413 


20.717 




587,929 


303.314 




418,374 


1.684.056 


March 


6 


857,170 


107,520 




13,972 


418,658 


248,488 




99,450 


1,745,2.58 




13 


819,085 


40,548 


21,043 


4,267 


392,978 


262,197 




171,285 


1,711.398 




20 


673,531 


88,574 




126,557 


813.187 


213,134 




25,000 


1,939,9*3 




27 


1,187,641 


210 


18,621 


88,045 


366.421 


301.546 




77,000 


2,039.484 


April . 


3 


700,969 


57.257 


20.259 


106.000 


208.036 


3a3.7&4 






1,426.305 




10 


351,460 


66,316 


11,002 


24.000 


332,147 


504,257 




85,714 


1,874.896 




17 


502,599 


100 




85.058 


589.035 


77,259 




146,770 


1.400.821 




24 


812,673 


52,653 




2.34,221 


416,129 


116,413 




245,800 


1,877.889 


May .. 


1 


541,593 


123,439 




18,000 


635.709 


309,472 




244,060 


1,872.273 




8 


800,718 


55.574 




51,428 


180,163 


425,287 





182,285 


1,695,455 




15 


346,640 


450 




8,494 


228,719 


278,148 


ia).ooo 


84.000 


1,126,451 




22 


240,864 


88.137 




29,746 


118,871 


49,072 


59,460 




586.150 





29 


342,866 


16.263 






418,755 


250.705 


287,672 




1,316.261 


June.. 


5 


176,983 


66.676 




137 


199.659 


161,900 


224.837 




830.192 




12 


591.438 






22.760 


502.369 


164,604 


1.58.693 




1,439.864 





19 


394,037 


76 




9.600 


298.&30 


121.652 


190,969 




1,015,169 





26 


283,197 


35.027 




31,943 


489.722 


191.393 


153.457 




1,184.739 


July .- 


3 


228,643 


73,129 




. 24,000 


135.920 


117.290 


326.533 




905.515 





10 


201,297 


1.766 






4.52.818 


95.329 


316.770 




1.067.980 




17 


318.129 


71.050 




87.532 


122.108 


32.033 


154.162 




785,014 





24 


369.264 


109,234 






52,505 


87,924 


2.55.008 




873.935 





31 


245,801 


66.517 




21,500 


105,754 


132.891 


241,5*3 




, 814.046 


Aug. . . 


7 


297.384 






3.860 


51,427 


49.868 


155,777 




558.316 


-...1 14 


157,025 


48.845 




250 


111.620 


34,395 


138.227 




490.362 


....i 21 


158,462 








2.5.919 


45,873 






230.254 


...., 28 


172,700 


U^ 




25.000 


46,165 




22,061 




266,426 


Sept - . ! 4 


244,058 


2.165 






55.713 


50 


19,765 




321,751 


...:■ 11 


346,063 


375 




2.500 


55.461 


124 


66,785 




471,308 


....' 18 


397.742 


26,072 






8..571 


88 


114.065 




546.538 


....: 25 


499,284 


23,726 




31.000 


21..500 


90,075 


81,955 




747,540 


Oct . . . i 2 


221,298 


82.151 






90 


40.106 


80,795 




424,440 


.... 9 


337,181 


92,110 




500 


78.602 


32,254 


177,668 




718,315 


....j 16 


322,461 


46.042 







25.714 


68,087 


53,743 





516.047 


....: 2;^ 


504.887 


90,600 




7,289 


107.191 


152.441 


51.544 




913.952 





30 


253.846 


98,444 






62.-527 


158.589 


97.557 




670,963 


Nov... 


6 


212.390 


35,008 




175.792 


167.705 


134.903 


122,245 




848.043 





13 


342.360 


32,082 




17.000 


26.542 


60,074 


62,014 




540.072 





20 


310,148 


109.504 




57.131 


62,312 


36.106 


75.174 




650..375 





27 


123.052 


74.706 




19,686 


115,248 


20,107 


41,623 




394,422 


Dec... 


4 


440,783 


136.722 






133,896 


175.183 


100 




88(5.684 





11 


128,975 


105.56:3 






127.633 






10.666 


372,171 





18 


327,608 


425 




24,750 


132,210 


171,327 






6.56.:320 





25 


278,032 


156.197 





300 


128,194 


285,399 




25.666 


873.122 


— 


31 


277,660 


90,551 




113,714 


115,996 


91,130 
8.076,357 






689,051 


Totals, 1886 


21,724,019 


3,151,992 


503,297 


1,885,103 


14,091, m5 


3,910,242 


1,814,738 


5.5,156,683 


" 1885 


26,221,912 


3.652,539 


366,839 


O. trU^-'riri 


13,404,448 


7.6a3.928 


1.896.105 


781,442 


59,829,707 


1884 


11.743,526 


4,129,138 


1,246,920 


1,610.392 


4,620,895 


3,941.140 


2,036,702 




29,331.645 


1883 


25,341,771 


4,602,904 


349,462 


5.411,116 


10.447,759 


9,699,851 


4,042,447 




59,895.310 


1882 


9,012,373 


2,100,503 


54,300 


856,074 


1,126,055 


253.800 


510,245 




^3,913,350 


" 1881 


31,614,350 


8,038,627 


208,189 


6.803,457 


12,652,303 


7,548,519 


3,210,012 




70,075.457 

1 



12 



EXPORTS OF HOG PRODUCT. 

Weekly Exports of Hoq Product from the Principal Atlantic Porta daring 1886. 
(Compiled frf)m current weekly returns, but not official.) 



Week Ended 



From New York. 



January 


1 
2 
9 
10 

30 i 

(J 

13 ! 

ill 

(> 

13 
20 
27 
3 
10 








February 








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IT ' 




24 


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1 




S 




15 




22 i 




29 


June 


5 




12 




19 i 
26 




July 


3 




10 , 




17 




24 i 




31 ! 


August 


14 i 




21 i 




28 


September 


4 

11 1 




18 1 




25 


October 


■> 1 
9 1 




16 1 




23 1 




30 ' 


!?^oyem ber 


6 i 
13 ' 




20 ! 




27 i 


December 


4 ; 
11 




18 1 




25 




31 1 



Totals — 1886. 

1885. 
1884. 
188;i. 
1882. 
1881. 



Pork, 
barrels. 



3,849 
2,098 
3,609 
4,584 
5,066 
3,321 
4,246 
3,759 
2.924 
4,156 
2,476 
2,130 
2,402 
3,300 
2,445 
3,990 
3,749 
2,.580 
3.845 
3,416 
3,061 
2,749 
1,490 
4,236 
2,155 
4,009 
2.071 
3,787 
2,029 
2,572 
1.440 
2,282 
3,559 
1,556 
3,596 
2,088 

i.7(m; 

8,282 
3,:i81 
2.3^5 
4.391 
2.236 
4,298 
1,791 
3.2()0 
4,174 
2,725 
3,a37 
5,396 
3,702 
3.956 
2,704 
5.081 

168.110 
ia3.575 
131,773 
182,167 
184.M9 
2;i5.731 



Bacon 

and Hams, 

pounds. 

6.741,793 
5.440.598 
5.293,56;^ 
6,255,505 
4,089,487 
6.286,6?2 
6,641,799 
7,873, 96;^ 
1.842,945 
6,308,123 
5,581,856 
3,118,495 
4,687,612 
3.954,469 
3.374,945 
3,466.511 
5.376;723 
4.339,109 
5,776,997 
4,673,088 
6,308,133 
4.3(M,210 
6,511,526 
5,a30,828 
5,856,118 
4,557.371 
4,33i;269 
5,901.285 
5,697,200 
5,248,5)01 
3,312,4.53 
5,4.50, 16:^ 
6,022.246 
4,606,006 
4,328,218 
4,279,:W9 
4,088,270 
3,697,662 
4,699,302 
3,445,381 
4,;^7.168 
4.792,109 
1,704,625 
4.021,046 
4,.530,949 
5.483,983 
5,052,411 
7,201,686 
7.464.021 
6,897;676 
8,232.15)2 
4.a32,273 
8.287.430 

272,45)0.792 
250,740,260 
15)7,381,678 
275,670,a55 
214,752,919 
349,876,366 




From Boston. Portland. Phila- 
delphia, Baltimore, New Or- 
leans, AND Montreal. 



3,445,870 
4,845.a55 
4.927,676 
3,978,562 
3,701.121 
4,823,747 
4,819,857 
4,244,524 
2,894.057 
5,260,785 
4,964.153 
5,879,.591 
5,241,328 
5,128,232 
3,398,301 
4,681,953 
6.395,128 
4,122,402 
6,494,.542 
2,490.a34 
4,411, 5K17 
3,813,532 
3,614.969 
3,5)31,141 
3,179,661 
4,021,317 
2,220,972 
3,411,712 
2,613,884 
3,474,15)0 
3,240,885 
4,070,.509 
3,4;K,&54 
3,419.107 
5,390.857 
4,5)71.175 
9,286,300 
2.871,312 
5,.546.005 
3,168,961 
3.716.042 
5,195,602 
7,798,908 
3,193,864 
8,028,623 
10,887,260 
10,016.656 
7,844,425 
7,766,562 
4,974,249 
3.497,412 
4,056.840 
5,().53,498 

254,457,809 
216.916.196 
1^,227,817 
208,.334,821 
180,512.147 
2;«.237,428 



Pork, 
barrels. 



1,975 

2,215 

601 

944 

1,265 

138 

747 

195 

573 

744 

1,993 

376 

756 

561 

861 

1,545 

1,100 

1.004 

1,029 

744 

1.166 

302 

a57 

121 
591 

1,116 
517 
843 
341 
394 
.511 
227 

l.(XW 
416 

m) 

86 
393 
267 



n 
909 
769 

1,021 
509 
784 

1,274 
569 

1,518 
173 
889 
124 
993 

1,206 
905 

40.600 
60,570 
40,366 
62,533 
40.824 
53.782 



Bacon 

and Hams, 

pounds. 

6,311,678 
3,922.267 
2,982,194 
5,376,218 
4.2*5.811 
5,826,5)65 
3,481,016 
3,730,0a5 
5,132.876 
2.034.O22 
3,753,241 
2,72:^,104 
4,315,971 
3,551.621 
3,196,.577 
4,692.377 
4,007.705 
5,789.901 
3,a57.719 
2.113,615 
3,511,868 
4,568.741 
5,698.822 
3.201,596 
3.768,798 
4,257,447 
4.0.58,521 
5,187,574 
5,423,132 
5,864,050 
5,042,286 
3,923.212 
3,824,700 
3,11.3,600 
4,236,400 
3,037,100 
2,286,360 
2,531, .500 
2,916,700 
3,707,666 
2,245,962 
2,884,400 
2,230,400 
2,814,044 
2,433.640 
2,957,300 
4,632,634 
3,557,643 
3,672,599 
3.7.57.815 
4,006,448 
4,958,272 
4,860,925 

206,207.118 
186,987.349 
125,479.104 
160,616,311 
117.924.126 
2&5.024.067 



Lard, 
pounds. 



1,284,392 

1,314,413 

881,102 

1,118,244 

1.154,429 

909,825 

1,554,567 

1,474,759 

1,605,170 

652,040 

1,928,769 

1,582.646 

1,178,195 

1,719,345 

1,141,584 

1.191,862 

1,378,248 

l,406,4a5 

1.487,041 

812,236 

1.272,620 

1,647,377 

2,091,648 

l,49a381 

1,013.991 

1,307.079 

1,653,903 

1.034,827 

1,172,593 

1,.567.940 

543;671 

1,424,252 

464,027 

1,268,620 

978,349 

686,908 

308, 13& 

249,740 

850,054 

5%,313 

777,832 

724,987 

2,948,068 

1,-596,748 

3,2*3,741 

807,425 

2,375,145 

1,087,178 

2,282,946 

1,763,028 

1,955,464 

1,612.929 

1,417,495 

70,038,767 
74,791,533 
60,756,120 
74,669,581 
53,127,403 
68,188,948 



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ALIEIS^ PASSENGERS AXD IMMIORAXTS. 

JN^umber of Alien Passenger's arrived in the ignited States from 1820 to 1886, and the 
mimber of Immigrants arrived from 1856 to 1886. 



(Official.) 



Period. 



Year ended Sept. 30, 

1821 --- 

1822 

1823 

1824 

1825.--- 

1826 -■ 

1827 

1828- 

1829 ---■ 

1830 - ■ 

1831 

1832 

Year ended Dec. 31, 

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1837 

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1842 

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Year ended Sept. 30, 

1844 

1845 , 

1846 

1847- - , 

1848 

1849 

1850 

1850 Sept. 30 to Dec. 31. 



Alien 

Passengers 

Arrived. 



9,127 

6,911 

6,354 

7,912 

10,199 

10,837 

18,875 

27,382 

22,520 

23,322 

22,633 

53,179 



58,640 
65,365 
45,374 
76,242 
79,.340 
38,914 
68,069 
84,066 
80,289 
104,565 
52,496 



78,615 
114,.371 
154,416 
2.34,968 
226,527 
297,024 
310,004 

59.976 



Immigrants 
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Period. 



Year ended Dec. 31, 

1851 - 

1852 

1853 

1854- 

1855 

1856 

1857 

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1859 

1860 -. 

1861 

1862 

1863 

1864 - 

1865 

1866 to June 30 

Year ended June 30. 

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1868 - 

1869 

1870 -.. 

1871 - 

1872 

1873 

1874 --.- 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883.... - 

1884.- -.. 

1885 

1886 



Alien 

Passengers 

Arrived, 



379,466 
371,603 
;i68,645 
427,8:i3 
200,877 
200,036 
250,882 
122,872 
121.075 
15.3,418 
91.822 
91,826 
176,214 
193,416 
248,111 
167,757 

303,044 
288,088 
363,074 
402,920 
342,609 
422,978 
473.141 
327,949 
244,632 
189.901 
165,019 
157,776 
197,954 
484,196 
695,163 
816,272 
645.221 
560,563 
4;W,758 
357,923 



Immigrants 
Arrived. 



195,857 
246,945 
119,501 
118.616 
150.237 
89,724 
89,007 
174,524 
193,195 
247,453 
166,112 

298,967 
282,189 
352,768 
387,203 
321.350 
404.806 
459,803 
313,339 
227,498 
169,986 
141,857 
138,469 
177,826 
457,257 
669,431 
788,992 
603,322 
518,592 
395,346 
334,203 



Up to 1856 no record was kept of distinctly immigrants, separated from arrivals of alien passengers. 

Of the number of immigrants arrived during tiie year ended June 30. 1886, 49,767 came from Eng- 
land and Wales; 49,619 from Ireland; 12,126 from Scotland: 84,403 from Germany; 40 from China: 
40,510 from Norvs'ay and Sweden, and 97,738 from all other countries. 

The number of immigrants arrived during the year was 61,143 less than the immigration during 
the preceding fiscal year, and 454,789 less than during the year ended June 30, 1882, the year of the 
greatest immigration. 

Owing to the absence of law for the collection of statistics of immigration by railways, immi- 
grants from the Dominion of Canada and Mexico are not included in the statistics of immigration 
Bince July 1, 1885. 



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PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

(Official.) 

TIi,e following Statement exhibits the amount of the Debt of the United States Govern- 
ment in each year since 1790 : 



1791 
1792 
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 

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ia39 



Jauuary 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 

79,228,529 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 

82,312,150 50 

75,723,270 66 

69,218,398 64 

65,196,317 97 

57,023,192 09 

53,173,217 52 

48,005,587 76 

45,209,737 90 

55,962,827 57 

81,487,846 24 

99,833,660 15 

127,334,9*3 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 

24,322,2,35 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 



1840 
1841 
1842 
1843 
1844 
1845 
1846 
1847 
1848 
1849 
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 



January 1. 



July 1 



December 1. 



November 30 
December 20. 
Julyl 



November 17 

15 

Julyl 



$5,125,077 

6,737,398 

15,028,486 

27,203,450 

24,748,188 

17,093,794 

16,750,926 

38,956,623 

48,526,379 

64,704,693 

64,228,238 

62,560,395 

65,131,692 

67,340,628 

47,242,206 

39,969,731 

30,963,909 

29,060,386 

44,910,777 

58,754,699 

64,769,703 

90,867,828 

514,211,371 

1,098,793,181 

1,740,690,489 

2,682,593,026 

2,783,425,879 

2,692,199,215 

2,636,320,964 

2,489,002,480 

2,386,358,599 

January 1 I 2,332,067,793 

I 2,243,838,411 

I 2,162,252,338 

' 2,159,315,326 

2,142,598,302 

.-. 2,119,832,195 

; 2,092,921,241 

- 2,045,955,442 

---. 2,028,648,111 

: 2,011,798,504 

: 1,899,181,735 

— ; 1,765,491,717 

- I 1,607,543,676 

1 1,498,041,723 

1.418,54a371 

I,378,a31,314 

1,277,360,9^3 



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37 
69 
23 

80 
33 
38 
37 
71 
37 
26 
13 
78 
05 
05 
64 
90 
66 
33 
08 
68 
92 
37 
49 
53 
21 
12 
67 
58 
74 
75 
14 
12 
17 
02 
27 
81 
79 
09 
87 
99 
09 
84 
80 
40 
72 
97 



In the last nineteen amounts, the cash in the Treasury is deducted from the aggregate debt, and 
bonds issued in aid of the Pacific Railroads are not included : these amounted, on the 1st day of Janu- 
ary, 1887, to 166,594,347.32, including interest paid by the United States. 



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18 
PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES, 

December 31, 1886. 



Character of Debt. 



Amount 
Outstanding. 



INTERBST-BEARINO DEBT. 

Four and a half per cent. (Funded Loan) payable after September 1, 1891, $250,000,000 00 

Four per cent. (Funded Loan) payable after July 1, 1907 737,781,850 00 

Four per cent. Refunding Certificates 190,100 00 

Three per cent, (loan of July 12, 1882) payable at the pleasure of the 

Government 63,899,000 00 

Three per cent. Navy Pension Fund 14,000,000 00 

Debt past due upon which interest has ceased since maturity 

Interest due and accrued, but not yet paid 



DEBT BEARING NO INTEREST. 

Old Demand Notes $ 57,325 00 

Legal Tender Notes 346,681,016 00 

Fractional Currency 6,953,702 52 

Certificates of Deposit (Currency) 6,510,000 00 

Certificates of Deposit (Gold) 97,215,605 00 

Certificates of Deposit (Silver) 117,246,670 00 

Total Debt 

Cash in the Treasury 



Total Debt, less cash in the Treasury.. 
Corresponding statement December 31, 1885. 

Reduction of Debt in 1886 

Reduction of Debt in 1885 

Reduction of Debt in 1884 

Reduction of Debt in 188;J 

Reduction of Debt in 1882 

Reduction of Debt in 1881 

Reduction of Debt in 1880 

Reduction of Debt in 1879 

Reduction of Debt in 1878- 

Reduction of Debt in 1877 



Total Reduction of Debt in ten years 



Annual Interest Charge on Debt as it stood December 31, 1885. 
Annual Interest Charge on Debt as it stood December 31, 1886. 



Reduction of Annual Interest Charge during 1886 . 



Six per cent. Bonds issued in aid of Railroads not included in the 
above Statement. For these Bonds the Government holds a 
lien upon the several lines. 
Issued to Union Pacific Railroad $27,236,512 00 



Issued to Central Pacific Railroad . 

Issued to Kansas Pacific Railroad 

Issued to Western Pacific Railroad 

Issued to Sioux City and Pacific Railroad 

Issued to Central Branch Union Pacific Railroad . 

Interest due and unpaid 

Interest accrued but not due 



25,885,120 00 
6,303,000 00 
1,970,560 00 
1,628,320 00 
1,600,000 00 

I 32,129 96 
1,938,705 36 



Total Principal and Interest , 

Corresponding Statement December 31, 1885 .. 

Increase of Interest Balance during 1886 



$1,065,870,950 00 

8,874,855 26 
12,050,057 60 



574,664,318 52 



$1,661,460,181 38 
384,099,197 41 



$1,277,360,983 97 
1,378,831.314 72 



101,470,430 75 

39,717,056 68 

79,493,352 40 

100,501,953 04 

157,948,040 25 

133,690,018 90 

112,616,768 88 

16,849,606 22 

17,307,331 70 

46,910,953 46 



$ 806,505,412 28 



46,489,301 00 
4,3,105,848 00 



$ 3,883,453 00 



$ 64,623,512 00 
1,970,&35 32 



66,594,347 32 
66,.'580,667 32 



13,680 00 



Note.— Cash in the Treasury, unavailable for reduction of the debt : 

Fractional Silver Coin $2.5,660,935 44 

Minor Coin 131,422 34 

Certificates held as cash : 
Legal tender $ 200,000 00 



Gold 27,485,804 00 

Silver 7,368,432 00 



$25,792,357 78 



35,024,236 00 



Total $60,816,593 78 



19 



RECEIPTS OF FLOUR A^B GRAIN 

At the principal Western River and Lake Ports, for each year, 1881 to 1886, inclusive. 



Ports. 


Flour, 
barrels. 


S 

Wheat, 
bushels. 


Corn, 
bushels. 


Oats, 
bushels. 


Rye, 
bushels. 


Barley, 
bushels. 


Total, 
equal to 
bushels. 


1882. 
St TjOuis 


2,003,424 

62,271 

4,179,912 

3.-354,304 

338,401 

259,422 

987,800 

11,185,534 


20,774,987 
347,540 

23,008,596 
7,828,021 
4,198,833 
6,442,899 

15,855,420 


14,541,555 

11,579,200 

49,061,755 

2,037,680 

77,906 

1,196,351 

5,946,008 


8,138,516 
7,661,975 
26,802,872 
2,581,808 
36,016 
1,356,958 
2,788,322 


403,707 

825,065 

1,984,516 

491,006 

"7^061 
181,796 


1,818,968 

635,410 

6,488,140 

4,653,192 

720^616 
95,968 


54,693,141 


Peoria 

nhio.affO 


21,329,410 
126,155,483 


Milwaukee 

Duluth 


32,686,075 
5,835,559 


Detroit 


10,891,284 


Toledo 


29,312,614 


Totals 


78,456,296 


84,440,455 


49,366,467 


3,893,151 


14,412,294 


280,903,566 


1883. 

St. Louis -- 

Peoria 

Chicago 

Milwaukee* 

Duluth* 

Detroit .,. 


1,585,670 
67,751 

4,295,515 

3,380,799 
615.000 
176,191 

1,000,000 


15,000,704 
340,880 

20,364,155 
9,025,164 
6,700,000 
6,857,366 

23,818,000 


20,001,450 
9,363,225 

74,412,319 

2,256,862 

195.000 

1,823,087 


6,452,757 
11,503,975 
36,502,283 

2,836,529 
22,000 

1.553.249 


532,270 
1,023,725 
5,484.259 

620,873 

"6^000 
451,900 


2,860,798 

726,000 

8,831,899 

6,189,576 

765'53i 

177,700 


51,983,494 
23,262,684 
164,924.732 
36,142;600 
9,684,500 
11,798,093 


Toledot -- 


10,506,600 1 2,584,600 


42,038,800 


Totals 


11,120,926 


82,106,269 


118,558,543 61,455,393 


8,119,027 


19,.551,504 


339,834,903 


1884. 
St. Louis . 


1,456,153 

263,210 

4,960,8.30 

2,511,624 

122J39 
430,900 

9,745,456 


16,368,809 
646,830 
26,397,587 
10,167,521 
13,527,672 
8,083,767 
25,057,284 


19,607,325 

9,726,530 

59,580,445 

788,680 

1,677^582 
12,056,306 


7.036,951 
13,343,370 
40,082,362 

1,547,486 

1,252^075 
1,616,748 


585,218 

734,705 

3,327,516 

300,562 

543^941 


2,625,841 


.52.776.832 


Peoria 


573,250 26;269.130 


Chicago 

Milwaukee 

Dulutht -- 

Detroit 

Toledo 


7,849,829 
4,268,-554 

6(b",445 
135,548 


159,561,474 
28,375,111 
13,527,672 
12,168,194 
41,348,877 






Totals 


100,249,470 


103,436,868 


64,878,992 


5,491.942 


16,055,467 


333,967,290 


1885. 

St. Louis... 

Peoria 


1,032,506 

128,585 

5,385,772 

2,232,540 

1,019,999 

140,198 

344,601 

21,468 


10,690,677 

474,435 

18,909,717 

9,814,903 
14,869,675 

8,731,495 
10,717,145 
32,900,560 


26,114,782 

11,634,997 

62,930,897 

637,065 

93,287 

3,008,494 

9,143,544 

389,400 


7,383,529 

15,453.466 

37,678:753 

1,666,948 

91,269 

1,310,043 

1,444,428 

781,600 


726,798 

494,455 

1,892,760 

279,267 

21^873 
219,609 


3,017,362 

704,800 

10,760,127 

5,101,520 

38,681 

773,520 

383,918 

298,394 


52,579,425 
29,340,786 


Chicago 

Milwaukee 

Duluth 

Detroit 

Toledo 


156,408,228 
27,546,133 
19,682,908 
14,476,316 
23,459,349 


Miiineapolis§ 


34,466,560 


Totals 


10,305,669 i 107,108,607 

i 


113,952,466 


65,810,036 


3,634,762 


21,078,322 


357,959,705 


1886. 
St. Louis. 


848,417 

97,223 

: 4,139,165 

' 3.659,377 

1 1,483,570 

166,610 

1 389,245 

17,7ft3 


12,309,364 

486,385 

16,771,743 

8,421,295 
22,424,950 

9,187,021 
16,978,818 
34,904,260 


16,387,071 

6,627,510 

62,861,594 

719,230 

284,428 

2.682,076 

12;620,034 

441,000 


7,426,915 

12,182,670 
39,976,215 
2,073,002 
as, 180 
1,893,206 
1,966,915 
1,172,700 


447,842 
327,050 
956,247 
221,716 

12^952 

218,247 
13,200 


2,529,rai 

628,710 

12,740,^3 

6,019,324 

23,471 

958,117 
149,268 
187,200 


42,918,799 
20,689,828 


Peoria ... 


Chicago 

Milwaukee 

Duluth 

Detroit .... 

Toledo 

Miuneapolis 


151.ft32.995 
.33,921,763 
29,462,396 

15,483,117 
33,684,885 
36,798,428 


Totals 


10,801,400 


121,483,836 i 102,622,943 


66,724,803 


2,197,254 


23,236,774 


364,892,211 



* .\pproximate figures. t Flour estimated. 

♦ The stocks in Duluth, excepting Wheat, were not obtainable. § Not included in previous years. 



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■20 



DAILY RECEIPTS AXD SHIPMENTS OF 



RECEIPTS. 



For the 3Ionth of 



Chicago. 



Milwaukee. 



St. Louis. 



Toledo. 



1 

o 

4 '.'.\..... \ 

.5 

6 

1 , 

8 

9 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16--- I 

18 i 

19 \ 

20 

21 1 

22 j 

23 : 

25 

26 

27 i 

28 ! 

29 1 

30 ! 



27,947 

25,555 

39,044 

44,482 

28,334 

20,009 

12,935 

21,500 

5,838 

8,104 

5,767 

9,086 

14,850 

14,975 

10,567 

20,925 

9,324 

10,965 

2,492 

9,4a3 

5,009 

21,800 

9,023 

ll,a56 

11,314 



156,395 

105,427 

144.419 

13;1955 

49.578 

70.524 

52,1.55 

.53.371 

45.621 

22.560 

19,926 

38,73;^ 

88,270 

114,439 

127,912 

146,.505 

85.492 

104.626 

6:3,588 

77.128 

47,963 

228.618 

93.938 

120.828 

162.246 



19,:i52 

32.490 

28,575 

15,685 

19,425 

11,1<)0 

13,710 

10,308 

6.015 

3.225 

11, .562 

9,405 

6,015 

9,270 

10.6;« 

9,320 

16,629 

10,(K)1 

7,875 

7,a30 

13,574 

9,7a5 

17,047 

7,875 

21,340 



Detroit. 



Wheat, i Corn. Wheat. Corn. Wheat. Corn. ' Wheat. ! Corn. Wheat, i Corn. 



480 
1,440 



480 
480 
2.400 
!H)0 
480 
9t>0 

"480 

4^800 
7.280 
2,4(X) 
2,400 ; 



2,400 
3,360 
2,400 
1,920 
1,440 
4,320 



16.773 


1:31. <)25 


;34!867 


16,288 


13,:324 


18^294 


22.3(X) 


74,,500 


2.5,113 


3,310 


11,598 




14,402 


.37,615 


16.8:39 


19,864 


24,362 


29,080 


9.8:36 


34.915 


2,769 


.36,.563 


25,003 


18,007 


6..5:38 


:33.325 


25,105 


9,924 


26,257 


9.847 


7.511 


27.195 


18.874 


17,280 


.31.084 


3,074 


1.443 


1.3.530 


5,049 


4,431 


.35,950 


3.4.56 


9.991 


14.550 


2,623 


2,;394 


14,178 


2,443 


4.000 


8,750 


370 


4,985 


10,129 


5,647 


754 


8,400 


3,:344 


7,313 


12,420 


3,474 


754 


8,400 


2,289 


6,209 


2,609 


9,644 


4,6(i4 


17,030 


2,186 


500 


17,595 


3,937 


7,841 


25,500 


8,562 


6,1.38 


7,.565 


4,718 


20,954 


73,.350 


2,477 


3,797 


13,229 


3,678 


5,450 


38,700 


1,9.52 


7,6.38 


4,946 


18,460 


10,a35 


41,550 


5.123 


16,056 


18.575 


8,554 


14.522 


.57,640 


6,729 


11.165 


6-38 


54,118 


6.9.53 


.50,220 


5,290 


18,532 


2,676 


16.879 


10,977 


.55,-3.50 


7,990 


12,990 


8,439 


7,1.5-3. 


17,:i50 


81,-300 


1.5,942 


16.785 


5,118 


2.964 


5.:368 


44,050 


12,9.37 


13,226 


6,577 


36,6:30 


12,873 


56,750 


12,623 


21,6-36 


17,8.36 


28,103 


12.8(« 


()2,.535 


13,605 


21,974 


13,287 


25.716 


5.5:30 


44,,520 


3,508 


29,299 


6,461 


28,0.3.3 


7,:3()0 


40,760 


5,749 


19,126 


2,745 


31,020 



SHIPMENTS. 



Chicago. 



Milwaukee. 



St. Louis, 



Toledo. 



Detroit. 



Wheat. Corn. Wheat. Corn, 1 Wheat. 1 Corn. | Wheat. 



Corn. Wheat. Corn. 



1 

2 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 ' 
25 
26 

27 . 

28 . 
29 
.30 



9,426 

16,426 

20,003 

15,926 

11,871 

7,418 

16,216 

9,.323 

17,991 

9,788 

6,049 

4,725 

9,961 

7,255 

7,037 

1.3,717 

5,622 

10,479 

5,753 

4,905 

18,028 

21,410 

7,516 

20,.588 

20,155 



92,7:33 
155,675 
136,352 
105,5.32 
65,797 
19,093 
71,860 
.3.3,167 
40,256 
49,463 
28,608 
49,774 
18,:340 
3:3.713 
55,102 I 
67,256 i 
79,928 i 
76,708 ; 
38,322 I 
77,476 I 
2.5,713 j 
80,626 
106,588 
71,823 
99,422 



1.480 
465 



9.30 

965 

1,500 

1,430 

1,500 

'96,5 
1.005 
1,0(X) 
1,4<)5 
],;395 

960 
1,000 

849 

3^930 
2,4:30 
1,500 
7,:375 
1,395 
4:3:3' 



960 



429 



480 



550 

8:38 



1,469 

LO26 

1,670 

5:30 



483 
2,710 
5,070 

329 
1,000 

400 
1,000 

L267 
2,222 

"582 



49,410 ! 
224,703 
12,.530 , 
7,344 
265,353 [ 
11,862 
12,420 ' 
19,5:30 j 
3,440 I 
8,480 ! 
5,000 I 
4.710 
6,000 
11,200 
:39,687 
28,620 
24,290 
25,875 
6,700 
16,773 
10,590 
10,.363 
20,371 
23,501 
22,866 







6,630 


29,600 


l,f)86 


14,554 


11,116 


29,366 




11, .500 


5,525 


10,500 


6,081 


6,422 


2,891 


14,220 


12,668 


6,595 : 


2,900 


11,899 


4,729 


7,540 


19,524 


25,000 


23,573 


15,500 - 


15,.307 


4,935': 


14,654 


9,961 : 


18,472 


6,953 , 


17,772 


29,351 1 


19,860 


11,000 1 


6,120 


4,513 


4,900 


9,615 


4,.500 


14,011 


39,989 


8,067 


10,804 


7,885 


16,866 


12,500 i 


7,600 


9,986 i 


18,684 


17,820! 



28,413 
202 

23^661 

954 

25,845 

9,391 

1L.308 

10,532 

19,947 

8,495 

14,041 

12,525 

4,611 

8,642 

20,6:30 

12,900 

2,644 

7,407 

1:3,936 

830 

16,233 

18,450 

8,914 

7,502 



43,a39 

1,516 

22,605 

29,250 

3,872 

5,623 

1,52S 

18,430 

1,000 

18,693 

17,883 

8,348 

16,186 

8,506 

2,518 

5,888 

13,697 

:3,885 

4,389 

3,029 

7,873 

11,425 

16,546 

31,738 

24,174 



. ^i^JS^J^V^'iVf :» ;T,' J7"v ::!^ ys 



21 



WHEiVT AND CORX AT PROMIXEJS^T POIXTS 



January, 1886. 



RECEIPTS. 



K.4NSAS 


City. 


Minneapolis. 


DULUTH. 


New "i 


'ORK. 


Philadelphia. 


Baltimore. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 
182"806 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


i 
4'r;K8 


16.745 


160^720 


l^i66 


27'966 


1^000 


6^578 


32^664 


5"957 


82^457 


3,302 


5,234 


67,760 


4,800 


31,392 


9,900 


134,552 


4,7.57 


33,481 


5,310 


167,534 


1,729 i 


2,981 


■ 87,920 


600 


21,986 


8,800 


52,200 


2,763 


39,053 


1,000 


16,761 


533 


7,678 


58,240 


1,800 





3,300 


62,400 


5,773 


16.149 


7,284 


205,887 


3.600 


8,926 


120,960 





4,600 


5.500 


37,€00 


2,080 


20,381 


8,709 


99.985 


5.495 ' 


6,329 


64,960 





18,700 


13,750 


58.000 


3,762 


14,808 


3,260 


70.068 


4,244 




60,480 





13,136 


1,100 


63,000 


1,467 


18,261 


7,963 


53,429 


1.88.T 


1,670 


62,720 




7,696 


1,100 


97,800 


1,885 


5.951 


2,008 


25,855 


461 




70,000 


600 








33,000 


625 


1.157 





82,829 


7.367 


2,039 


98.560 











20,400 


3,953 


10,687 


3.526 


74,229 


1..544 


1,304 


81.760 


600 


11,986 


5.50 


22,800 


1,066 


10,271 


231 


62,700 


4.990 


1,227 


103,600 


_ 


17,288 


1,650 


20,400 


1.374 


9,914 


1,563 


81,975 




1,042 


65,520 


1,200 


13.923 


l.a50 


28,200 


1,0.38 


9,227 


2.838 


66,362 


414 




94,640 








7,150 


70,800 


1,882 


9,809 


624 


81,891 




1,176 


78,960 


1,200 





2,750 


40,800 


7,002 


13.260 


700 


126.518 


3,409 


5.425 


71,120 




12,460 


17,600 


58,200 


2,971 


17.599 


1,798 


91.280 


577 


6.907 


52,600 


1,200 


10,837 


7.700 


44.400 


3,297 


17,788 


1,463 


108,203 




1,421 


77,280 


1,800 


3.534 


3.850 


51,600 


3,461 


7,944 


2,090 


89,793 




497 


30,800 


1,200 


6,960 


2.750 


42.600 


6.366 


24,977 


3.040 


104,642 


1,942 


2,794 


52,400 


2,400 





550 


88,800 


3.013 


15.305 


2,182 


119.213 


889 


2,090 


78,400 


600 


16,155 


l.&oO 


42,000 


4,320 


25,011 


3,709 


218,257 






72,800 


600 


10.130 


1,100 


56,400 


2,421 


24,558 


3,299 


109,819 


1,430 


3,130 


7,120 


1,500 


9.699 


1.6,50 


79,800 


1,862 


6.273 


1.693 


108,864 


4,488 


8,343 


93,520 


2,400 


18,809 


1.&50 


87,000 


244 


21.878 


2,082 


117,495 


1,442 


3,443 


64,440 





2.700 


10,405 


60.820 


5.287 


2.846 


1,000 


124.286 



SHIPMENTS. 



Kansas City. 



Minneapolis. , Duluth. 



Wheat. Corn. : Wheat. Corn. ; Wheat. 




Philadelphia. 



Baltimore. 



Wheat. Corn. ■ Wheat. Corn. Wheat. Corn. 



10,851 
3,437 
.5.50 
3.783 
6,368 
4,!)42 

.5^730 

11.734 

9,650 

10,523 

7,600 

7,575 

11,610 

12.400 

4,862 

7,150 

16.000 

13; 750 

5,.34f; 

8,400 

1,000 

13,601 

24,804 

19.670 

























15,476 


19,600 










219,325 


4,214 


43.312 





113,467 


17,152 


6,720 










82,410 


1.490 


4,966 





82.410 


1,078 


7,280 







41,546 


259,693 


2,425 


810 








1,164 


6,160 


600 




7,895 


138,991 


27,027 


4.422 







26,669 


8,960 









54.535 


2,770 


8,347 




19,643 


4,351 


10,640 





40,840 


48,024 


123,920 


6.912 


-850 


49.666 


37,000 


6,000 


2,800 








129.503 


68,912 


2,168 


21,414 


73.941 


12.959 


7,975 


6.720 


1.200 






62.936 


4.489 


3,074 




59.561 


1,056 


11,760 






7,997 


32,666 


831 


2,858 




72.797 


! 1,796 


13,440 


.. 




66,863 


193,905 


11,796 


104,6a5 





131.6.33 


1 4,001 


17,920 


600 




55,624 


20,887 


2,471 


84,895 





71.000 


' 500 


1.288 


1.200 


7,274 




127,920 


2,711 


25.241 




173,975 


! 1,861 


7,280 




1,890 


48,000 


25,029 


6,218 


19,983 




198.412 


4,297 


17,360 


_ 




32,333 


2.692 


8,584 






206.597 




1,982 


5.040 


600 




31.538 


120,010 


8,914 


5.869 


19.945 






1,025 


12,880 


600 




24,220 


24.304 


4,141 


3,444 


73,-336 


125. i2t) 




172 


3,.360 




.507 


85,225 


19,341 


18.279 


2,985 





84,733 




2,605 


5,040 


1.200 





63,421 


121,526 


1,.592 


2,351 








1,962 


2,040 


1,300 






.340 


7,419 


5,425 




93,948 




2,620 


3,360 







72,666 


17.102 


14,140 


5,216 




153.414 




2,514 


9,520 







159,699 


105.692 


20.450 


7..302 


_ 


201,211 




_. 


3,360 






82.627 


1.160 


2,451 


7.603 


32.800 


12.857 




7,314 


2,800 


600 






45.213 


1.960 


5.175 








4.070 


8,400 







46,000 


.39.414 


4.3;m 


6.;336 


24.001 


55,987 




996 


2,240 





Olio 


81,429 


113.308 


2,414 


5,625 





228,988 



if>Miteiiliiirii\imiiiV 



"■;■ M 



22 



DAILY RECEIPTS A:N^D SHIPMENTS OF 



RECEIPTS. 



I^or the month of 



Chicago. 



Milwaukee. 



St. Louis. 



Toledo. 



Detroit. 



Wheat. Corn. , Wheat, i Com. Wheat 



1 

•i 

3 

4 

.5 

(5 

« 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

22 

23 

24 

25 

-26 

27 



15,544 ; 
8,812 i 
11,319 1 
15,434 i 
10,890 ! 
10,731 
10,828 
30,051 I 
25,218 i 
23,035 
16,956 ! 
21,239 I 
15,091 ! 
34,490 
24,622 
29,054 
17,480 : 
12,635 ' 

41425 
31,794 

17,224 
16.486 
25,493 



126,250 
124,069 
155,401 
109,828 
92,663 
120,870 
102,898 
171,125 
271,833 
158,201 
216,081 
179,952 
167,882 
270,095 
288,690 
170,227 
185,312 
172,806 

392^196 
293,553 
a34,326 
270,296 
294.309 



13,890 
17,941 
16,452 
12,170 

8,295' 
11,160 

9,360 
15,365 
17,023 
16,059 

9,785 
12,910 
11,025 
20,425 
13,505 
13,797 
16,4.50 
10,695 

14424 
37,149 
21,470 
.5,630 
23,725 



.3,360 

8,640 
7,200 
7,682 
6,720 
6,240 
7,220 
10,880 
960 
4,800 
3,360 
4,800 
3,360 
5,280 
1,440 

1^440 

480 i 

2^400 
3,840 

960 
3,860 

480 



14,530 

4,9?2 

13,917 

15,055 

13,461 

20,501 

19,408 

11,948 

13,573 

13,000 

25,570 

8,160 

11,332 

3,599 

5,607 

9,954 

12,302 

9,760 

20^327 
8,250 
9,654 

16,820 
9,561 



Com. 



97,915 

42,750 

46,800 

50,400 

68,550 

61.290 

154;250 

95,600 

111,625 

144,555 

104,180 

136,455 

184,375 

95,550 

66,100 

87,865 

75.052 

89,210 

I 

! 297,740 
127,210 
124,700 
127,710 
141,420 



Wheat. Com, 



7,690 
5,576 
3,945 
7,649 
5,134 

10,824 
7,042 
7,886 

40,818 
5,297 
5,618 
8,404 
6,409 
5,750 
1,515 
3,290 
856 
5,993 

9^396 
4,337 
6,855 
5,230 
16,383 



12,758 
35,945 
12,630 
11,901 
14,017 
19,220 
10,398 
18,861 
106,574 
30,709 
16,457 

7,429 
26,024 
20,445 
10,207 

3,600 
35,888 

8,432 

17J68 
24,848 
7,485 
13,153 
13,114 



Wheat. I Com. 



34,061 
16,919 
17,310 
19,015 
17,464 
17,891 
19,917 
19,268 

6,065 
32,067 
12,430 

8,585 
14,367 
18,287 
19,250 
14,940 

2,139 
12,707 

1^677 
19,043 

6,.359 
20,018 

6,752 



27,814 
56,990 
35,943 
29,114 
27,078 
20,773 

2,434 
88,121 
42,687 
47,246 
14,883 
26,088 
41,9.39 
34,729 

7,576 
10,072 
11,888 
30,023 

37^310 

12,683 
26.120 
15;879 
22.342 



SHIPMENTS. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

8 . 

9 

10 . 
11 
12 
13 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 



Chicago. 



Wheat. Corn. 



Milwaukee. 



St. Louis. 



17.9.37 

15,816 

16.648 

9,912 

7,205 

15,640 

16,506 

26,983 

83,158 

27,.567 

28,195 

7.959 

7,705 

15.291 

19,009 

14,566 

7,458 

16,716 

.3.5J47 

14,991 

17,784 

15,278 

8,676 



68,914 

118,175 

120.093 

85,898 

48,786 

69,814 

89,474 

78,541 

84,691 

110,904 

91,851 

84,688 

149,501 

147,0a5 

249.549 

178,358 

142,168 

179,670 

354^.542 
272.132 
182,142 
144,072 
174,600 



Wheat. 



465 

465 
1,395 

ftSO 
.3,810 
2,825 

887 
1,773 
3,681 
3,233 

ijeo 

.3,882 
3,898 
4,525 
3,4.30 
2,675 

2^30 
8,515 
2,314 
6,115 
2,709 



Com. 


Wheat. 


480 


1 
i 




560 


480 


150 


"489 





"480 


.... 


2,400 


1,145 


1,440 


665 


1,440 





480 


5,490 ; 


.500 


450 


<H>0 




1,920 


4,007 


480 


2,173 


2.400 


3,950 




3,400 


960 


923 


.... 


5426 


465 


5,-395 


960 


14,495 





1,475 


480 


4,.353 



16,060 

8,337 

11, .3.30 

15,781 

15,016 

11.154 

21,524 

40,267 

5,553 

39,345 

13,892 

.3.5,161 

39.427 

19,236 

8,960 

14,377 

9,765 

7,737 

251^002 

223,530 

8,732 

1.39.039 

11.980 



Toledo. 



Detroit. 



Wheat. I Com. Wheat. ; Corn 



14,030 

13.015 

25,842 

6,153 

14,834 

15,866 

7,297 

11,200 \ 

3,145 ! 

13,613 

12.171 

13,689 

11,211 

25,697 

8,100 

5,000 

1,630 

.5,100 

16^030 • 

18,066 

4,273 

.3..500 

23,.590 



10,000 

22,781 

18,400 

5,475 

2.550 

26,958 

7,927 

9,636 

9,614 

10,500 

3,483 

9,000 

16,031 

21,006 

5,'860 

10,980 

.34,214 

17,7.56 

57>263 I 
49,786 
28,178 i 
27,892 
37,.5.38 



23,088 ; 

3,139 ! 

2,022 ; 
17,7.30 

6,.308 
17,637 

6,494 
27,112 
18,839 
20,003 

5,773 

7,718 
20,920 

3,512 

7,804 
14,738 

4,950 
15,414 

7;945, 
15,372 1 
8,802 : 
6,428 ! 
3,898 i 



18,314 
27,733 
33,547 
15,055 
26,271 
22,285 
29,177 
25,500 
16,214 
24,866 
46,068 
41,582 
37,217 
28,129 
17,764 

7,575 
86,582 

1,917 

27^354 
13,026 
8,300 
16,275 
31,059 



.' "'"1" ■ ■ I ■''^•fiiMiiH 



. <^- - 



23 



WHEAT A]VD CORIN^ AT PROMINE]>fT POINTS 



February, 1886. 



RECEIPTS. 



Kansas City. 


Minneapolis. 


DULUTH. 


New York. 


Philadelphia. 


Baltimore. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Com. 




1,014 


95,760 


2,400 


3,358 


13,200 


141,636 


9,193 


18,585 


3,163 


83,499 


998 


10,278 


96,880 




12,123 


1,650 


110,400 


5.409 


13,042 


3,612 


142,695 


2.681 


18,273 


91,280 


1,200 


1,476 


3,300 


84,842 


6,041 


5,053 


3,845 


75,550 


838 


9,807 


88,480 


3.600 


5,597 


15,950 


82,800 


4,567 


16,642 


1,361 


51,047 


2,312 


3,780 


59,360 


3,000 


4,463 


4,950 


100,^ 


1,165 


6,899 


400 


59,236 


6,250 


9,530 


57,120 


6,300 


8,114 


9,350 


40,800 




3,635 


3,226 


45,291 


4.904 


4,375 








6,165 


15,950 


ia3,6<X) 


644 


3,780 


1,300 


70.126 


6,237 


5,469 


78,400 


10,200 


12,326 


39,050 


142.300 


5,224 


15,713 


4,882 


45,630 


7,264 


573 


83,450 


4,200 


3,367 


11,000 


121,300 


5.224 


15,713 


3,117 


84,'!B3 


7.935 


11,751 


61,040 


9,000 


6,948 


40,700 


166,200 


2,887 


24,178 


6,217 


81,959 


12,868 


3,457 


58,240 


3.600 


6,337 


18,700 


189,150 


431 


12,710 


5,600 


43,868 


2,167 


11,899 


71,120 


3,600 


13,761 


9,350 


202,600 


3,182 


5,957 


3,375 


126,122 


4,441 


12,064 


134,960 


13,200 


6,608 


23,000 


390.601.1 


3.785 


18,647 


6,790 


96,610 


5,054 


14,387 


58,800 


1,800 


6,447 


-_-,_ 


;3O9,00O 


1,965 


9,260 


2,344 


112,467 


6,800 


2,205 


77,840 


600 


11,508 


3,300 


327,600 


3.954 


20,844 


8,447 


70,978 


6,447 


5,065 


82,880 





4,443 


5,500 


364,800 


3,969 


13,865 


9,885 


13,865 


7.142 


1,039 


61,600 




4,396 


2,750 


316,2IX» 


9,459 


17,359 


6,871 


75,868 


3,565 


5,418 


104,720 


1,200 


2,400 


2,200 


327,600 


6,493 


25,689 


2,765 


62,011 


4,814 


19^490 


194,880 


6^600 


12^292 


6,050 


877^040 


10,645 


23^914 


10^006 


152,617 


8,917 


8,161 


131,040 


1,200 


6,848 


1,650 


568,200 


3,730 


55,234 


9,792 


96,940 


6,277 


15,423 


100,800 


__ 


6,924 




413,400 


3,836 


38.355 


8,347 


79,137 


2,564 


12,383 


132,160 


600 


9,452 


1,650 


307,200 


4,662 


16,001 


11,933 


58,60i 


15,a38 


11,091 


133,840 


1,200 


.— - 


41,650 1 331,800 


11,620 


32,090 


8,815 


40,246 



SHIPMENTS. 



Kansas City. 


Minneapolis. 


DULUTH. 


Neav York. 


Philadelphia. 


Baltimore. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


5,515 


3,023 


7,280 


600 


4,387 


75,000 


27,022 


9,712 


6,555 


.... 


210,947 


6,500 


1,050 


12.880 




600 




81,025 


1,764 


25,770 




96,824 


19.900 


6,480 


6,160 


1,200 


946 


123,980 


84,836 


5,310 


118,089 




71,047 


6,526 


3,207 


10,640 


. 




41,952 


40,186 


1,912 


3,557 


8,071 


107,285 


4,446 


7,000 


17,920 


600 


541 


44,160 


16,196 


2,608 


5,614 






9,685 


6,468 


12,880 





382 


63,709 


136,667 


21,066 


16,928 


24.877 


124,057 


9,859 


10,701 








11,617 


18,238 









47,142 


9,277 


20,641 


8,960 




1,781 


91,608 


133,879 


4,476 


2,262 





100,455 


10,619 


16,997 


12,880 






7,912 


93,933 


4,476 


2,262 





94,285 


10,632 


5,980 


10,080 


1,200 





28,273 


127,837 


3,476 


3,712 







16,579 


7,875 


8,960 









60,243 


3,337 


4,219 





__-_ 


11,572 


1,000 


7,230 


1,200 






800 


1,586 


3,349 





29,628 


6,596 


13,000 


12,880 






47,997 


124,158 


3,356 


6,118 





206,921 


6,020 


10.740 


14,000 


600 


4,740 


44,484 


60,240 


2,060 


2,772 




126,984 


2,810 


3,500 


8,960 


1,200 




109,697 


82,434 


3,903 


11,718 








1,793 


2,500 


10,080 


600 


1,510 


56,811 


180,479 


28,630 


15,046 


151,646 


108,148 


7,316 


9,226 


21,840 




597 


65,800 


50,611 


1,425 


6,364 





129,596 


497 


2,000 


13,440 


600 





31,789 


89,249 


24,131 


6,876 




81,542 


38,713 


6,906 


w^eoo 


1^200 


1^043 


61^491 


245398 


24^291 


42^439 


31^206 


326,165 


8,800 


2,000 


7,280 


600 


600 


110,200 


4,996 


22,218 


42,149 


19,385 


124,777 


2,638 


2,502 


8,400 









20,827 


2,476 


40,350 





101,118 


7,940 


3,029 


5,600 




1,670 


250 112.836 


2,691 


2,907 




149,980 


8,040 


5,705 


10,080 


600 





—. 74,132 


14,142 


4,142 








24 



DAILY RE(4^^IPTS AXD SHIPMENTS OF 



RECEIPTS. 



For tlie montli of 



Chicago. 



Milwaukee. 



St. Lou if 



Toledo. 



I)j;tkoit. 



Wlieat. Corn. ' 'Wlieat. Com. Wheat. Corn. Wheat. Corn. Wheat. Corn. 



1 

•y 

4 
.5 
« 
S 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
22 
23 
24 
25 
2B 
27 
29 
30 
31 



17.188 
20.822 
27,321 
13,848 
21,703 
21,811 
20.560 
:i0.075 
:*».534 
15,5C3 
22.710 
21.962 
25,186 
26.310 
28,.5a3 
21,711 
21,017 
22,660 
23.662 
29,494 
41.181 
21.947 
17,072 
13,423 
28.509 
20.882 
14.942 



272.395 
*3t>.488 
515,778 
210.866 
201.734 
181.358 
213.3&5 
226.004 
294^615 
135.159 
198.()03 
196,305 
178.441 
22li.97o 
412.987 
216.188 
201.388 
202.142 
235.032 
215.066 
274.321 

59.373 
50.393 
52.285 

88.587 
148.(K)3 



11,130 
18.3;M 

8.730 
20,473 
12.575 
14,815 
26.992 
22..595 
19,847 
16.817 
19.651 
26,.508 
19.153 
29.745 
22.012 
18.908 
30.000 
20.0(X1 
20.917 
24.680 
14.129 
27,774 
16.740 
15.697 
20.969 
25.788 

6,510 



2.4(X) 
4.320 

iMiO 
1.920 
1.440 
1.440 

'.HiO 
3..3{K) 

'm) 

1.920 
1.440 
1.920 

480 : 
480 ' 
960 : 
i)6(5 
480 
2.880 
4,800 
1.440 
2,4(X) 

"48(") 

'9<")0 
iXiO 



14.692 

t).914 

7.311 

14.225 

11.054 

10.002 

10.965 

5,292 

5,281 

2.500 

8.204 

8.679 

21.250 

4.187 

5.840 

5.007 

.5,344 

5.605 

4.308 

2.&33 

8,153 

11.286 

2Mm 

1.3.813 

2,042 

2.500 



3a3,i5.50 

225.030 

156,700 

235.605 

218.680 

221,715 

249.050 

93.190 

66.225 : 

64.9()5 

79.325 

H)4.495 

122..580 

73.700 

67.3a5 

8(>.320 

49.175 

59,480 

87,175 

26.1.50 

33.110 

19.240 

30,867 

21,095 

33.605 

20,375 

(U.875 



5,%0 

15,:i3l 

5,342 

8.089 

4,623 

13,468 

9.190 

8.791 

11,103 

10.825 

12,172 

16.226 

7..5*3 

8.099 

7,!K)5 

25.940 

27.893 

26,!)32 

17.826 

io.:«l 

2.928 

7,724 

2,867 

2.381 

995 

7.601 

2.&5;3 



17.218 

19.181 

6,497 

15.635 

6.0.54 

6,099 

17,166 

13.566 

10.097 

5.569 

7,3a) 

14..508 

11.387 

8.524 

15.010 

42.214 

30.722 

20.065 

11,014 

6.530 ' 

6,382 

3,000 

10.185 

8,355 

16.191 

2,500 

8.436 



16.091 

15.630 

16,886 

12:775 

28,908 

12.379 

22;i90 

5.026 

3,688 

1 6.-352 

29,732 

13.709 

30,5(e 

24,&30 

21.167 

21.628 

27.511 

3.011 

7.227 

i5;ia3 

9.875 
5:238 
1:175 
17.4<U 
1.5,197 
1.1.59 
1.878 



11.657 
37,349 
13,780 

2.030 
17,036 

5,706 
11,238 

11^2.58 

15.251 

25.079 

9:712 

8,448 

25,484 

14,.559 

5.-323 

7,841 

8.894 

4,635 

12.947 

6,116 

2,970 

5,091 

1,880 

1.479 

6.()86 

15.229 



SHIPMENTS. 



CltlCAGO. 

Wheat. Corn. 



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 . 

30 . 

31 . 



23.627 
25.56;^ 

7.825 
19.9()9 
12,789 
13.942 
16.7tW 
17.910 
12.39(; 
20.513 
1.5,-345 
13.133 
20.823 
-37.620 
14.076 
14,906 
10.551 
3.5.129 
29,306 
1-3.914 
21.709 

5,7.54 
14,005 
l(i.479 

7,9!»6 
28,8-32 

9.!«1 



177,-399 

22.3.176 

26i:870 

179,001 

18:^.006 

lt>5,.303 

11-3,464 

142,750 

88,461 

72,736 

.58.817 

54.189 

;i5.1]2 

42.618 

79,588 

38,508 '• 

76.15-5 j 

33.722 ! 

-^.765 

29.826 

.50.481 

37,027 

.54.141 

.54:4.30 

37,651 

23,976 

21,606 



Milwaukee. [ St.Louis. 
Wheat. Com. Wheat. Corn. 



Toledo. 



Detuoit. 



7.221 
4,493 
1.530 
2..330 
3.395 
7.705 
17.(k55 
3.872 
6.3r>0 
2.!)20 
2,790 
2.325 

5(K( 
1.4(i5 

iHw 
1.395 
4.135 
8.403 
1,465 
1..3!» 
1,915 
7.200 
2.860 

465 



aso 



9<H» 

1.920 

9tl0 



960 



480 



2.280 

4,150 

5.116 

910 

ll-itO 
1.986 
5.{)()2 
4.246 
7.112 

2!.566 ! 
31)0 
242 

51*0 

1.6(6 
2..307 

5.128 

620 ; 

135 

500 
1.091 



Wheat. Corn. Wheat. Corn. 



129,217 


8.065 


7,695 


5,700 


1.5.5,495 


17,2<« 


137,245 


4.125 


8..527 


5,988 


149,292 


2,700 


129.ra7 


9,4.54 


16,924 


110,083 


62,-360 


17,500 


36.3,;i85 


5,381 


3,788 


5,250 


8,770 


10,032 


215.959 


10,394 


725 


10,1*3 


5.174 


6.200 


8.287 


4,050 


129.2()0 


3,946 


8.210 


4,675 


93,.539 


5,740 


8,344 


32.978 


9..5.35 


4,800 


17.050 


8,126 


13.&55 


11,800 


54,800 


6,882 


5,052 


6,000 





3,600 


3,009 


5,800 



87.0&5 

29,097 

41.620 

28.959 

17.815 

15.080 

20,728 

11.990 

22:677 

15.910 

14,a50 

7,470 

19. OHO 

12.120 

12.927 

5,a30 

8,000 

4,703 

7,4&4 

6,183 

5,000 

6,904 

6,500 

9,.3.54 

8,000 

2,000 

13,500 



10.5a3 
497 
8.600 
590 
8.3S)8 . 
11.897 
11,443 
5.398 
1.100 
.5,981., 
8.541 ' 
7..500 ■ 
1.913 
4.871 
1,859 
3,432 

8a3 ; 

7^356 ■ 

501 

12,983 : 

7,536 
661 

5,582 ! 

3,176 
866 

8,443 



.30,512 

17,.386 

7,057 

3,027 

5,(i91 

15,273 

31,572 

17^810 

2(i.249 

28.606 

10.423 

29,584 

8,944 

7,099 

10.663 

10,361 

9,826 

6,902 

24.649 

13:987 

11,874 

86,391 

8,144 

2,086 

8,891 

2,516 



25 



WHEAT AXD CORX AT PROMIXEXT POIXTS 



3Iarc]i, 


ism. 




























RECEIPTS. 










Kansa 


■< City. 


i Ml.NNEA 


POLIS. 

: Corn. 


IJlluth. 


New Youk. 


Philaueiphfa. 


Baltimore. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


1 

: Wheat. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. Com. 


Wheat. 


■ 
Corn. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


13,899 


16.060 


198,800 


1 


' 27.331 


! 
8.3.50 435,000 


9..3;m 


38.217 


4.372 


78,006 


12,202 


14.935 


113.630 




11.764 


3.300 26,700 


12.530 


8.512 


12:013 


125,760 


5,112 


21.463 


1.55; 120 


1 600 


13,131 


3.300 i 211,200 


7.931 


16,277 


6.530 


81,861 


2,465 


: 9,081 


151.760 


600 


9.735 


16^500 ' 316,600 


10464 


12,591 


10.7a5 


86,918 


5,396 


12,639 


! 1021480 


600 


8;008 


3.850 134.400 


10.604 


10,930 


7,781 


102,330 




; 6,928 


' 130,960 


600 


3.551 


39,050 299.400 


15:902 


30.891 


8.699 


110,610 


5,082 


: 12,135 


1 173,480 


1.800 


18,483 


12,&50 


295,800 


7,715 


17;962 


8:870 


88,987 


2,753 


; 8,679 


! 93,520 


600 


36.016 


39,400 


300,600 


14,.S43 


31,178 


16.a57 


211,894 




i 3,809 


1 107..520 


■ 


i 5,382 


17.050 


282.000 


13.604 


44,464 


ll,a35 


1.50,577 


425 


i 3,399 


! 60,480 


; 1.300 


1 


14,850 


309,444 


ii:a32 


16,228 


18,718 


170,488 


4,855 


j 3,023 


! 79.520 


1 1,300 


16;830 


15,950 


244.800 


6.830 


25.898 


10,481 


129,320 


2,826 


! 484 


i 10i;360 


600 


17,024 


1.950 


222,100 


12,904 


50.080 


9.177 


124.394 


5.078 


' 6,741 


113,680 


i 600 


4,734 


17,600 


346.800 


11,991 


58.370 


li:i51 


146.860 


1,345 


4,000 


78,960 




27,197 


59,650 


410.400 


20.811 


41,763 


14.a37 


195:433 


4*5 


917 


49,840 


600 


9,552 


22,400 


240,000 


13..530 


46,471 


7,557 


118:861 


1,507 


991 


62,160 





14,197 


8.250 


24.5.818 


16.684 


38.419 


5,488 


139.460 


3.199 


8.278 


81.760 




4,500 


30,800 


136.800 


10,785 


21.078 


12.703 


138,030 


3.895 


508 


59;360 


1^300 


i 2.500 


28,050 


191,400 


15.009 


41,807 


8,615 


108,079 


5.618 


1.497 


77.840 


3,000 


23^400 


22,000 92..520 


14,966 


.34,967 


9.564 


94-589 


2,622 


1 3.599 


32.480 




19,000 


4,400 52.300 


35,041 


28,243 


19,668 


180.377 


1,953 


3,445 


36:400 


1^800 


48.844 


11,000 : 45,600 


36.358 


48,&32 


6,841 


107,878 





3,112 


36;400 


600 


23;671 


6,600 ' 61.800 


9:885 


30,724 


7.059 


82,282 





5.959 


38,640 





23.806 


4.950 : &5.400 


11.894 


12,982 


4.-352 


114.934 


__ 


5;499 


61.600 





271630 


9.350 


2.5.800 


6.668 


17,a85 


9,579 


107.438 


4,578 


42.500 


85,130 




41,880 


191800 


29.062 


10.1.37 


13,327 


3.724 


59,290 


1,582 


13,683 


23,960 




79.667 


28.050 32.400 


11.931 


24.7.56 


6,730 


105.077 


1,701 


8.5.52 


66.640 





•51.263 


3,850 28.100 


30.060 


17.057 


5.947 


60,.%5 




SHIPMENTS. 




Kansa? 


CJlTT. 


MiSNEA 


POLIS. 


DULUTH. 


•New York. 


• 

Philade 


LPHIA. 


Balto 
Wheat. 


ORE. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 
22,400 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. Corn. 


Wheat. 
11.304 \ 


Corn. 
20,079 


Com. 


5.006 


6,650 




518 ! 


42,985 


46.518 




77.085 


9,709 


10,000 


12.320 






109,042 


171,820 


4.586 


4.948 




25.714 


8,761 


2,500 


10,640 




. 


93,860 


261,822 


1.536 


6:489 




18i:392 


9,176 


500 


14,000 


'600 


4m 




116,216 


3.937 


2..516 




42.724 


6,140 


1,100 


7,280 








39.088 


98.180 


3.507 


5.217 


60.200 


54,840 




3,500 


6.720 




: 


103,110 


139,407 


2.713 


9,944 


61.500 


47.604 


7,500 


6,221 


23.400 


I'.m 


j 


167,186 


69,722 


27,754 


9,a36 




121,946 


6,000 


4,779 


26,680 


1,300 




15,889 


214,424 


3.2.54 : 


1,588 


32:666 


8,571 


19,850 


500 


13,440 





j 





60,305 


i:986 


3,804 




63,000 


8,660 


3,700 


19.600 







51,000 


92,238 


2.869 


25,005 





110.303 


2,991 


7,069 


14,000 






148.833 


125.594 


42.279 


3,980 




21.429 


715 


10,500 


6,160 


"eiKi 


za{& 




260.492 


4:757 


4,803 





77.799 


8.466 


6..500 


7.280 


1.200 





44,424 


66,032 


39.775 


28,298 




60.000 


1,228 


1,036 


16.240 


600 





57,046 


126,083 


12:345 


18,988 




68:675 


500 


4.689 


2i;840 





\ 


. 


198,716 


24:786 ' 


19,254 





76:943 


1.800 


5.500 , 


16,800 




'• 


46,501 : 


162,199 


2.083 


44.375 




38,466 


. 6,600 


12,050 , 


23,520 ; 




300 


i 


11.180 


51.578 ; 


6,347 






3.139 


5,500 


18,480 


'eoo 





5^823] 


55^057 


30,274 


6,825 


i 


25.5^610 


3,000 


100 


31.920 


600 


1 


8,221 > 


120,296 


27.568 


1.920 


12.466 


101,794 





3,500 


19,040 




, 


79,000; 


196,136 


14.106 


90.994 


28,000 




1,700 


647 


15,680 




640 1 


100,000 i 


190.239 


35.723 


1.871 


aooo 


25.847 


4,148 


910 


22,400 


"600 


1 


31,000 i 


86.754 


44.262 


3.206 


16:000 


76.055 


4,900 


4,133 ; 


10,080 '■ 




j 


96,178 i 


253.969 


4335 


4:022 


10:750 


116.751 


5,195 


11,750 


11,760 




i 


17.793 


28,336 


31.175 


4,999 


2,470 


147,768 





7,000 


18,480 




1 


27,902 


252,207 


20.428 


4,067 


2,350 


37,596 


23,107 


10,174 


11,200 


1,800 






2.5,886 


5.073 


4,191 , 






14,541 


9,429 


11,200 








120^437 159,523 


2.556 


21.047 









26 



DAILY RECEIPTS AJVD SHIPMENTS OF 



RECEIPTS. 



For the Month of 



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 



Chicago. 



Wheat. Com. 



14,ft42 80,229 

9,862 111,017 

10,851 1 102,251 

16,953 I 100,&49 



32,333 

12,147 
13.003 
16,350 
14,272 

9,805 
17,995 
10,335 

6,325 

6,077 
17,595 

7,185 
10,4a3 
10,142 

21^028 
9,631 
11.795 
19.149 
12,431 
9,827 



.376,456 
47,321 

110,872 
86,362 
69,285 

101,548 

165,078 
61,677 
62,871 
50,425 
9,400 
70,557 
85,716 
10,a53 

152^649 
64,117 
93,128 
288,723 
127,148 
149,028 



Milwaukee. 



Wheat. 



10,121 

12,555 

10,695 

2,008 

30444 
9,365 

18,070 
8,355 

15,345 

12,540 
1,395 
1,395 
4,185 
1,395 

14,015 



Coru. 



1,920 
2,340 
1,440 
1,440 

5^280 
2,400 
1,920 
2,400 
1,920 
960 
1,440 
2,400 

"480 



St. Louis. 



Wheat. 1 Coru. 



12,065 


1,440 


5.580 


960 


3,720 


1,440 


ii;266 


1,920 


12,130 


3,840 


4,650 


3,360 


14,151 


1,920 


5,115 


1,920 


18,8:i5 


2,880 



8,701 

2,801 

6,380 

14,411 

2,283 

6,840 

16,258 

7,630 

8,241 

5.251 

2,656 

9,364 

10,280 

4,020 

5,523 

15,058 

10.462 

14,035 

9,240 

28^847 
23,509 
14,257 
31,795 
8,826 
10,970 



52,365 
49,015 
25,490 

107,860 
77,240 
79,020 
71,115 
90,145 
80,850 
66,180 
81,485 
87,000 
83,955 
88,255 
63,165 

135,035 
73,860 
47,470 
77,450 

a5^875 
105,870 
50,535 
46,190 
41,365 
50.825 



Toledo. 



Detroit. 



Wheat. 



5,172 

2,145 

1,061 

5,299 

2,565 

3,990 

8,956 

6,711 

2,304 

6,519 

9,056 

15,499 

14,173 

14,180 

23,662 

18,278 

6,510 

8,786 

19,612 

24^827 
8,095 
6,385 

10,313 

3,090 

990 



Com. 



3,688 
8,357 
7,326 
12,964 
32,760 
4,000 
19,345 
25,425 
28,944 
30,112 
37,667 
41,395 
39,270 
35,010 
30,408 
32,391 
56,743 
64,173 
54,202 

92^630 
47,639 
25,416 
44,760 
66,589 
46,274 



Wheat. 


Com. 


5,679 


1,994 


2,420 


5,279 


2,241 


7,572 


15,337 


4,818 


2^830 


'.'.'.'. 


7,445 


_. 


497 


6,269 


10,679 


4,940 


988 


5,872 


2,516 


2,641 


9,121 




459 


1,831 


1,657 


613 


30 


583 


4,327 


6,155 


771 


5.450 


7,oa5 


5,806 


5,865 


3,6a3 


3^844 


13^9.51 


3,771 


16,457 


4,966 


8.:^5 


5,980 


5,438 


7.020 


9,028 


1,787 


7,737 



SHIPMENTS. 



Chicago. 



Wheat. Com. 



1. 

2- 

3. 

6_ 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9- 
10- 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15- 
16- 
17. 
19- 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
26. 
27- 
28- 
29. 
.30. 



7,590 

9,784 

12,023 

7,931 

28^085 

8,111 

28,789 

9,827 

24,631 

33.014 

29,416 

30,252 

61,718 

83.937 

1.021,628 

257,638 

373,110 

163,316 

1.54^679 

157,042 

55,233 

131,647 

22,220 

16,463 



16,278 
27.952 
25,110 
21,481 

63^895 

41,629 

34,294 

31,3a3 

40,287 

64,613 

47,358 

16,348 

33,5()3 

32,.557 

2,356.460 

713,779 

371,226 

242,112 

»tl^594 

173,194 

64,425 

98,022 

49,572 

2;$i.938 



Milwaukee. 



Wheat. 



2,325 

6477 
1,396 

4^755 I 

5,000 

1,430 

2,365 

4,725 

5,261 

4,873 

9;m 

1,812 

3,000 

l,3a5 

465 

544,914 

21,7;iO 

92450 

3,965 

565 

1.860 

1.860 



Com. 



St. Louis. 



Toledo. 



Detkoit. 



Wheat. Com. , Wheat. 



200 



■,000 
100 



600 



2,980 
3,300 
3,040 
3,340 
29,220 
1,974 
1,089 
6,677 

1^377 
3,149 
1,020 
1,200 
3,366 
3,178 
2,844 

10^948 
12,360 

344 
2,398 

533 



3,222 

50,690 

225 

16,767 

3,830 

3,909 

' 9,284 

I 176,184 

12,576 

I 5,754 

11,370 

! 5,038 

: 289,424 

! 11,716 

I 30,974 

210,922 

11,339 

15,520 

19,711 

266^764 
44,444 
57,898 

188,138 
56,393 
29,634 



2,300 

2,085 

5,206 

3.877 j 

12,352 1 

2,200 

14,530 ; 

13,124 i 

14.ia5 ' 

6,704 

4,460 

2,075 

4,221 

13,410 I 

10,066 

6.600 I 

45,900 

46,955 

23,885 

43^350 
44,300 
49,173 
89.182 
1,602 
32,480 



Com. i Wheat. I Cora. 



4,500 

6,613 

4,500 

5,450 

7,000 

3,500 

500 

1,000 

2,500 

2,000 

4,068 

. 2,000 

4,600 

1,000 

4,140 

78,170 

13.248 

40,6a3 

6,000 

167",6i6 

43,000 

2,500 

6.000 

35.560 

62,000 



1.359 
6,116 

3^705 

7^006 

15^835 

26,487 

4,424 

4,952 

19,020 

2,636 

26,373 

174,648 

456 

464,971 

47,471 

52,491 

15^000 
22,490 
5,826 
2,346 
3,567 I 
1,441 1 



4,060 
6,689 
4,300 
1,968 



480 
7.279 
25,793 
6,877 
2,845 
1,109 
2.487 
2,672 
4,402 
4,649 
4,154 
4,982 
3,063 

11^266 
11,991 
2,647 
7,531 
4,117 
9,940 



27 



WHEAT A]N"D CORN AT PROMIIN^EJN^T POINTS 



Ap'il, 1886. 



RECEIPTS. 



Kansas City. 


Minneapolis. 


DULUTH. 


New York. 


Philadelphia. 


Baltimore. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


1,923 


6,227 


60,480 


600 


70,821 


11,550 


15,000 


12,298 


7,773 


5,108 


52,980 


4,408 


20,592 


71,120 





63,145 


15,400 


12,600 


4,980 


7,061 


4,787 


35,051 


3,766 


9,121 


84,000 





79,753 


19,800 


12,000 


9,363 


23,387 


7,421 


16,735 


1,179 


2,033 


158,920 


600 


84,682 


24,750 


9,000 


5,048 


14,131 


6,823 


44,772 




_ 


48,400 





92,000 


13,750 


3,000 


2,188 


6,169 


5,659 


79,662 


3,552 


23,093 


64,900 


600 


66,000 


26,950 


9,000 


3,972 


24,698 


10,551 


72,867 


9,388 


6,805 


34,100 





32,948 


42,950 


7,200 


1,741 


7,252 


2,407 


29,310 


8,386 


447 


52,250 




47,429 


13,200 


3,600 


5,875 


6,360 


1,884 


33,407 


2,014 


9,489 


44,550 


1,200 


49,015 


3,850 


3,600 


2,943 


5,561 


6,101 


56.375 


1,017 


5,452 


94,050 


3,000 


38,814 


34,950 


3,000 


1,025 


20,445 


5,983 


38.015 


495 


11,360 


47,300 





49,868 


3,850 


3,600 


986 


12,270 


2,426 


91,a55 


. 7,633 


5,612 


44.550 


600 


52,698 


7,700 


6,600 


. . 


19,663 


10,863 


45.275 


4.387 


9,821 


59,950 




57,969 


25,850 


3,600 


2,272 


3,671 


4,269 


24,860 


994 


2,719 


62,150 




59,985 


2,200 


5,000 


3,659 


8,385 


5,252 


43.179 


990 


6.718 


74,250 


1,800 


44,000 


3,300 


4,800 


4,672 


19,720 


1,276 


22,033 


2,964 


4,672 


112,750 


1,200 


60,594 


10,450 


8,400 


__ 


6,763 


5,917 


40,.528 


4,792 


7,337 


58,850 





55,051 


16,500 


7,800 


1,046 


8,675 


6,909 


47,111 




2,207 


57,200 




37,873 


35,944 


7,400 





3,748 


1,500 


34,111 


1,749 


4,823 


48,400 


1,860 


5,703 


30,800 


16,200 


705 


7,674 


4,022 


18,055 


2^863 


5^704 


118^666 


2^466 


i3;666 


59^406 


10^260 


2;987 


9,822 


6,999 


52"654 


4,224 


5,006 


66,550 


600 


37,814 


11,000 


16,800 


3,363 


3,698 


4,117 


42,030 


4,375 


12,367 


91,850 





37,458 


17,600 


2,200 


2,014 


13,474 


6,548 


59,110 


586 


7,413 


66,000 




17,396 


6,600 


3,600 


1,902 


6,630 


2,130 


25,648 


967 


6,762 


561,000 


600 


17,183 


1.650 


2,400 


1,786 


10,611 


6,142 


17,646 


509 


8.900 


92.950 


600 


^,393 


2.750 


2,400 


2,462 


6,517 


6,513 


79,.336 



SHIPMENTS. 



Kansas 


City. 


Minneapolis. 


Duluth. 


New York. 


Philadelphia. 


Baltimore. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 
24.080 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


10,317 


8,976 


1,200 


500 


5,005 


72,923 


21,735 


1,420 




88,958 


2,137 


7,500 


12,180 




3,000 


44,340 


73,088 


6,101 


100,510 






10,950 


26,726 


16,240 








79,735 


231,333 


53,052 


10.201 


36,498 


379,338 


9,367 


167 


8,960 


600 





192,452 


138,216 


3,207 


1,679 










5,500 




4,000 


34,046 


83,519 


2,320 


12,494 





173,549 


21,796 


17,504 


8.800 


1,200 


4.474 


63,270 


10,001 


2,708 


516 







12,429 


3,471 


14,800 





3,-307 


10,359 


43,185 


1,897 


3,386 




159,500 


948 


2,500 


7,700 







81,551 


4,044 


6,353 


2,467 


17.304 


50,.357 


17,421 


3,194 


8.800 


600 


1,501 


62,297 


57,076 


28,426 


4.774 





34,327 


1,600 


11,283 


6,050 








135,833 


153,635 


5,448 


3.929 





96,577 


12,690 


16,000 


11,000 








139,185 


163,224 


.3.954 


88.482 


60.444 




, 10,600 


7,307 


16,500 










28,105 


2.939 


15.241 


14.004 


89,176 


18,410 


1,006 


6,600 






100,096 


101,459 


1,157 


4.771 


12.000 


126,051 


17,550 


6,017 


8,800 








104,452 


131,105 


5,967 


7,244 


84,911 


107,142 


6,700 


7,685 


3,300 


1,597 


212,173 


59,558 


2,839 


60,476 


7.995 


206,610 


17,802 


10,379 


17,600 





369,424 


81,748 


3,035 


53.743 




.55,337 


7,644 


6,217 


13,200 





57,798 


203,917 


2,837 


4,604 


20.000 


194,142 


11,500 


9,022 


14.850 





186,729 


92,345 


3,607 


2,336 







9,600 


9,819 


3,850 





65,261 


164,811 


30,653 


2,911 





84,643 


2,100 


8,832 


33,000 




'600 


69>28i 


165,780 


4^861 • 125^084 


.... 


54^884 


11,849 


1,054 


21.450 





..-. 


184,985 


185,820 


57,789 8,496 




74,704 


15,500 


4,524 


19.250 


600 




.... 91,361 


2,.331 i 3,195 


1,200 


153,881 


6,519 


7,894 


9,900 





1.150 


.33,401 ; 66,823 


.3,184 i 2,853 


76,330 




12,056 


3,500 


13,200 




91,646 


45,495 


12,875 ' 3..355 


24,083 


84.959 


6.500 


6.794 


22.5.50 


1,545 


170,046 


52,821 


3,6.33 7,080 





159,689 



iVfSrM^f^M^i-i'ytf.^^l 



::^ifc-,';j-L-«.-:-^- 



28 



DAILY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS OF 



For the Mo7ith of 



KECEIPTS. 



Chicagi). 



MiLVVAl'KEK. 



St. Loris. 



Toledo. 



Detroit. 



Wheat. ("oiii. Wlicat. Cinii. WhoiU. Corn. Wlieat. Corn. Wheat. Com. 



1 


8.281 


174.7.5(1 


1.5.:i55 


9(iO 


52.211 


32.5()5 


9.454 


27.576 1 


12..581 , 


981 


3 


13.115 


189.441 


0.095 


4.800 


9.191 


71. .505 


20.49«; 


44.016 ! 


5.593 ; 


6,812 


4 


10.710 


203.322 


5,.580 


iXiO 


33.127 


43.R50 


10.192 


47.224 


2.*« 


15,210 


5 


17.410 


277.705 


3.2.55 


2.400 


25.082 


20.210 


3.577 


54.826 


2.178 


10,310 


t) 


ll«.9il9 


41.132 


7.012 


1.440 


9.08;^ 


24.115 


4.370 


49.909 


7.4:31 


8.201 


t 


3..58() 


81.182 


4.0.50 




23.370 


20.130 


8.474 


62.974 


3.230 


8,126 


8 


7.817 


39.307 


3.720 


480 


30.1.57 


23.475 


12.040 


52,085 


8.324 


5,325 


10 


10.987 


37.421 


4..585 


480 


30.8;i9 


44.280 


4.138 


60.a50 1 


2.1.56 


452 


11 


13.()87 


8:3.2:M 


25.577 


2.880 


10.087 


41.120 


2.053 


75.002 


5.282 


8,710 


12 


11.255 


138.752 


4.405 


!H)0 


17.080 


25,872 


3.010 


82.971 


3.0.58 


480 


13 


1.5.318 


9().909 


O.iKiO 


1.440 


18.164 


29.830 


1.100 


70.011 


9.020 


5,.569 


14 


7.()30 


97.001 


9,2:J5 


480 


17.779 


40.(fc>0 


4.510 


62.586 


1.776 


506 


15 


ll).34ti 


KMl.Oll i 


8.305 


1.920 


14.192 


:M.2.50 


6.992 


4:^748 


1.267 




17 


7.1.58 


57.5a5 


9.018 


4.*20 


13.049 


52.5!«) 


1 ..5tU 


28.096 


5.807 


2.460 


18 


8.9t)2 


t)7.()G5 


29.712 


1.440 


2.139 


18.180 . 


2..529 


;i2.016 ' 


898 


1.5.34 


19 


12.159 


111.237 


21.120 


480 


12.293 


32.775 


12.4()1 


19.675 ' 


920 




20 


5.952 


54.(U2 


19.151 


1.940 


8.2;M 


41.570 


3.097 


11.396 


1.110 


3.872 


21 


7.1.59 


80.710 


23.255 


1.!»20 


11. .597 


41.015 


3.229 


24.419 


1,320 




■^i 


9.427 


61,060 


37.590 


1.920 


8.040 


34.375 


7.1.52 


27.240 


4.693 


i.o;i8 


24 


().ti()4 


73.076 


2().370 


l.iWO 


1-'.104 


01.880 


11.740 


29.:i27 


3.029 


1.542 


25 


13.281 


139.212 


57.448 


4,8(X) 


7.313 


42.915 


4.53<) 


]5.80(i 


2.9a5 


1.192 


26 


7.342 


181).8a5 


25.751 


3.360 


7.997 


.33.225 


4..548 


.34.015 


939 


6,152 


27 


12.143 


n2..523 


40.147 


480 


11.414 


27.085 


3.:M7 


9.18() 


2.702 




28 


11.9*5 


121.:i50 


44.512 


3.840 


9.109 


(i9.575 


2.071 


8.3(H) 


8.849 


1.979 


29 


0.719 


158.(Mi7 


01.4.55 


480 


14.939 


71,675 


4.574 


19.700 


19.458 


8,380 



shipmp:xts. 



ClIlfACiO. 



Wlieat. Com. 



MlLWAUKKE. 

Wheat. Com. 



St. LoLis. 



Toledo. 



Detkoit. 



Wheat. Corn. Wheat, i Corn. 



1 139.012 

3 482.(;68 

4 SU,248 

5 i:«.308 

6 108,731 

7 120,023 

8 (Ki.OOl 

10 33.ai;3 

11 19.0«)1 

12 129.014 

13 90,760 

14 21(),;W1 

15 88.890 

17 1.57.073 

18 1Si(.()93 

19 129.*37 

20 178.219 

21 92.(^24 

22 2:M.892 

24 2;«,()97 

25 (>;3,207 

26 101,363 

27 202.995 

28 7().575 

29 w,.im 



82,759 


2.405 




3.800 


8,705 


;34,120 


22.-3,57 


259,802 


40.132 


<.N>0 


8.818 


230,367 


(M.270 


53.700 


90.75() 


9.260 




8.533 


14,215 


47.980 


56.000 


86..557 


30,465 


9()0 




9.140 


;33,462 


53.400 


106.47() 


3.(J00 




1,7.50 


40.637 


11,281 


44..500 


;389,574 


97.465 




1,658 


28,146 


24,203 


74.100 


251,291 






1.500 


16,706 


3.500 


.54.2(X) 


325,508 


51.395 




3,262 


239,144 


6.5.915 


22.9rK) 


.396,709 


52.000 


390 


3.160 


22,.504 


t)3.476 


118.a50 


331,208 


500 




1.072 


11.0:36 


42.300 


70.221 


216,007 


1.465 




4.720 


31.414 


.35.221 


112.:371 


31.3.945 . 


4(>5 






10,475 


20.1()8 


26.600 


307.360 






1.330 


214.602 


44.:300 


124,-360 


361,472 


49.405 




3.731 


17..526 


31.(i51^ 


5.548 


90. (MM 


(i0.4C)5 




820 


9.909 


3.620 


31.2(X) 


195.978 


5->.0f)0 




6.237 


13..S21 


4.(MK) 


;38.050 


271,447 


45.4()5 




400 


]()3,4(K) 


43,506 


95.623 


113,-395 


136.'.«0 




6.562 


1.5,773 


3.271 


()8.850 


180,ia3 


220.0IM) 




6,300 


21,004 


4,054 


74.600 


123,970 


4(r) 




4.8;-J0 


&3,413 


60.510 


23.100 


74.897 





960 


1.6()0 


10,103 


1..597 


1.000 


a5,990 






1.730 


7,218 


1.754 


.39.400 


](J9.110 


64.(k1o 




5.800 


10,.399 


3.:348 


1..500 


13il.108 


111.(H«) 






1:34.014 


89.()09 


43.:320 


281.087 







2..549 


18.960 


2.(M)I) 


40.600 



heat. 


Corn. 


12..548 


994 


22,161 


1,-551 


1-3.923 


1:3,734 


11.202 


15,748 


9.7-33 


12.173 


1.188 


8,920 


7,8()7 


5,895 


20,894 


2,411 


8,258 


1,148 


1,827 


4a5 


39,690 


.3,161 


3,-500 


2,420 


40,117 


2.468 


-33,458 


4.020 


2().:3:33 


4..314 


1.00:3 




71.715 


s,m 


16,678 


7,440 


.55,-350 


12,019 


25.903 


1,020 


8,-516 


4,628 


2.018 


2,846 


3:3.:34l 




4,702 


2,413 


19,2.54 


2.078 



.%.^_JiJ 



■-■^*^"^- liifafii'iialfihi 



29 



WHEAT AXD C0R:N^ AT PROMIIVENT POINTS 



Maij. 1SS(;. 



RECEIPTS. 



Kansa 


s City. 
Corn. 
12,187 


Minneapolis. 


DULUTH. 


New YoKK, 


Philade 


LPHIA. 

Com. 


Baltimobe. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 

79,200 


Corn. 


i Wheat. 


Wheat. Corn. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


3,081 


1,200 


7,a33 


550 ' 3.506 


3.164 


6.670 


4.975 


64.740 


3.000 


6.6.55 


111,650 




30.590 


2,200 13,300 


1.740 


10.847 


2.166 


19.817 


.509 


5.567 


88.000 


\ 1.200 


34,038 


61,050 22.006 


8.976 


8.181 


16..574 


70.272 


.542 


3,719 


82,500 


600 


30.966 


52.800 1.100 


14,640 


6,686 


50,901 


39.:i68 


4.205 


12,302 


63,800 




20,530 


9.350 9.000 


4.8X3 


10.2.30 


23,160 


32.864 




1,616 


78,100 


.... 


17,870 


6.600 61.050 


18,532 


1.998 


27.468 


27.818 


916 


4,5.54 


59.400 




17,870 


6.050 i 9,(X)0 


29,704 


6.989 


22,489 


149.587 


922 


4,275 


95,700 


2.400 


15,a38 


163,2.50 : 6.600 


24.825 


3,723 


12,644 


19.961 


1,476 


5.662 


06,000 


1,200 


34.a31 


115..500 10.100 


6.417 


4.951 


15,237 


34.808 







80.300 




12,550 


111.100 i 31.586 


2.005 


7.888 


26.130 


33,.549 







51,700 


600 


2.5.706 


277.100 ; 74,.350 


4.1.51 


4.649 


13,262 


68,638 






88.000 




22,966 


323.750 23,500 


.5.900 


6.423 


37,251 


44.221 


2.871 


1.258 


52,250 




14.647 


117,950 40.200 


6.937 


9,064 


26.816 


47.160 


3.463 


55 


105,600 


1.200 


32.368 


636,250 ; 282.100 


24,234 


6,214 


23,089 


25,909 


1.281 


5,609 


70,900 




38.717 


70.300 98.450 


19.609 


4.534 


14,676 


40,378 


2.008 


9.785 


.50,600 




26,174 


222,900 101..5.50 


16.351 


8.082 


20,386 


35.772 


1.6.36 


.5.613 


.53,900 




21,468 


311,400 267.200 


42.636 


16,237 


18.729 


33,668 


(i.259 


7,489 


61.600 


3,600 


56,245 


245.450 194,900 


21.539 


10.201 


21,775 


37,257 


6.667 


2,736 


91.800 


3.000 


27,509 


1:^,250 210,050 


21.176 


7.915 


22.124 


46.266 




11,211 


111,100 


3.000 


47,754 


378,550 327.850 


41.080 


18,022 


10.556 


53.743 


4.893 


10,776 1 


.51.150 


5,400 


57.072 


4,400 161,802 


14.470 


12.444 


50,416 


1.33.376 


].804 


1,023 


53.900 


.5,400 


16,846 


356,650 196.350 


8.&59 


13.937 


34,420 


42,927 


7.1.31 


13,232 i 


72,600 


1,800 


61.711 , 


3,750 96,250 


1.773 


6.560 


15,662 


75,480 


1.164 


4,771 1 


90.250 


7,200 


51,708 


174,900 ' 186.800 


2.696 


6.629 


22,873 


113..545 


.5.714 


4,738 


119,350 




50.845 


262.700 275.450 






12,255 


93.626 




SHIPMENTS. 



Kans.\s City. , Minxeai'olis. Dulutii. New York. 



Phii.-vdelphia. 



Baltimore. 



Wheat, i Com. 



56,191 
9.129 

i^sie 

2,5.52 

7.801 

762 

10,823 

16,096 

5.467 

2;933 

4,200 

3,833 

8,389 

12,471 

9,579 

15,683 

15,767 

20,691 

11.437 

1,086 

500 

7,600 

7.144 

6.767 

8.167 



20,365 

8.494 

27.ia3 

4.210 

19,142 

20.500 

14.720 

11.200 

20,1.52 

3,570 

3,827 

564 

.5,911 

4,251 

12.500 

4.980 

2,125 

12,387 

1,680 

2,941 

15,013 

7^289 
3,868 
8.186 



Wheat. 



44..5.50 
5.500 
11.5.50 
8;250 
19.800 
9.900 
9.-3.50 
19,250 
16..500 
18.700 
1.5,400 
1.5.400 
34.100 
31 ; 900 
31.900 
19.2,50 
14..300 
17.600 
31.800 
28^600 
26.950 
16,,500 
10.450 
18,700 
6.050 



Com. Wheat. Wheat. 



600 
600 



600 



63,408 

163,000 

235,250 

76.836 

1.35,653 

180,252 

71,912 

96,120 

204,703 

253,175 

323,246 

164,678 

92.181 

70.233 

38,000 

68,759 

139,623 

69,871 

122,038 

25,600 



Com. 



32.392 
93;311 

42[984 

6.744 

94^091 

79,999 

62,776 

8,089 

107,251 

297,008 

147.749 

122.142 

373:306 

222.253 

116..536 

108,504 

131.950 

436,584 

207,041 

130,358 

63.355 

176;618 . 

454.203 



Wheat. Com. 



118.049 


48.488 


53..567 


167.044 


1.678 


6.576 


163.5.54 


1.642 


4402 


177,491 


1.917 


2,782 


130.934 


17,008 


2,649 


91,916 


40.174 


1,604 


34,010 


4,759 


10..500 


302,813 


13,118 


6,721 


50,756 


4,717 


5.085 


46.800 


84,810 


3..585 


158,639 


2,451 


3,.511 


49.248 


1,670 


4,608 


22.871 


3.018 


26,112 


18.331 


6,955 


6,844 


49,574 


2.551 


4,065 


45.768 


35.429 


4.925 


25.515 


6,635 


5,096 


36.179 


22,080 


2,552 


59.469 


23,000 


3.000 


24,359 


61,395 


152.447 


36,586 


3,656 


3,216 


43,960 


91. .3.55 


1,459 


60.933 


18.416 


2,910 


80,731 


11.295 


12.639 


63.822 








Wheat. Com. 



24.276 

8.800 

16.0(X) 



81.862 

10,000 

8.064 

8,025 



8,000 

,54^666 
33:483 



84.855 
14989 
32^000 



166.452 
78,545 

41^.544 
:34.420 
67,699 

lieoo 

17,142 
51^428 

sigos 

1.52.341 
24.571 



66.000 
4,686 

16^666 

51365 
101.714 



^aii.Yi^^ir'"'l1Bllifcirit I II I ' 



30 



DAILY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS OF 



RECEIPTS. 



F(yr the mmith of 



Chicago. 



Milwaukee. 



St. Louis. 



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 



Wheat. 


Corn. 


28,541 


346,906 


27,868 


318,012 


17,003 


357,572 


26,189 


288,589 


24,986 


289,239 


30,347 


319,648 


27,991 


347,618 


30,592 


426,442 


24,066 


233,227 


25,235 


266,737 


28,708 


246,502 


31,527 


228,058 


28,910 


332,048 


36,933 


438,124 


14,276 


196,740 


18,655 


200,144 


13.584 


170,018 


16,003 


202,834 


22,766 


261,760 


26,136 


356,757 


13,732 


178,654 


11,475 


187,590 


12,174 


154,930 


12,664 


206,168 


20,730 


271,905 


15,520 


356,664 



Wheat. I Com. 



166,050 1 
31,120 I 
53,505 1 
69,715 
38,804 
56,745 
95,342 
50,477 
52,747 
53,920 
55,869 
43,315 
48,360 
28,334 
25,111 
29,738 
27,925 
18,475 
25,.560 
18,020 
22,788 
21,760 
32,915 
29,505 
28,385 
12,490 



7,680 

1,440 

2,880 

960 

960 

480 

4.320 

1,920 

1^440 
960 
960 

1,920 
480 
480 



960 
2,400 
1,440 



480 
480 
480 
480 



Wheat. 



29,355 

9,613 
11,161 
12,371 
10,954 
17,624 

8,604 
17,692 

8,278 

8,963 
14,292 
17,582 

5,306 
10,974 

8,772 
11,892 
12,059 
14,689 

7,128 
11,081 

4,166 
12,379 

8,150 
33,308 
20,815 
18,684 



Corn. 



119,750 
61,490 
69,140 
65,770 
65,845 

106,790 
40,865 
48,535 
59,775 
38,625 
62,585 
76,620 
43,580 
31,525 
50,915 
32,368 
36,580 
42,800 
23,558 
9,045 
9,875 
10,915 
14,300 
20,350 
32,275 
13,080 



Toledo. 



Wheat, f Corn. 



32,781 

13,070 

13,744 

27,595 

5,644 

8,792 

2,553 

7,007 

9,761 

2,939 

4,879 

5,081 

4,702 

3,419 

1,561 

24,115 

9,934 

5,452 

22,426 

6,989 

7,173 

2,926 

2,181 

2,361 

2,468 

13,902 



24,494 
45,502 
46,727 
26,406 
33,186 
25,651 
30,225 
34,279 
40,978 
41,055 
48,372 
39,378 
76,800 
45,486 
19,213 
26,021 
42,037 

4,000 
42,094 
31,643 
44,919 
21,225 
38,365 
27,348 
25.913 

3,644 



Detroit. 



Wheat. 



15,067 
1,301 
3,757 

21,483 
5,662 
4,137 

17,973 
6,717 

11,226 
4,573 

12,734 
7,301 
5,940 
5,671 

12,419 
7,850 
4,325 
7,907 

17,895 

463 

2,567 

10,258 

450 

7,225 

3,423 

16,466 



Corn. 



1,422 
8,706 

11,615 
4,156 

11,035 
1,018 
7,993 
5,605 
6,720 
9,610 

3^718 

5,338 

500 

3^893 

2,102 



501 



SHIPMENTS. 



Chicago. 



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 



Wheat. 



10,284 
55,871 
52,456 
59,223 
16,359 

9,056 
10,195 
10,911 
11,373 

7,602 
41,674 

5,275 

9,258 
26,282 
16,762 
99,295 

4,387 
44,255 
22,968 
11.136 

3,749 

195,705 

12,574 

59.812 

35,791 

3,620 



Com. 



180,181 

170,591 

185,172 

48,406 

1282,983 

1 192,065 

I 181,676 

258,168 

I 141,257 

i 332,884 

1 270,090 

' 391.221 

I 248,548 

177,386 

i 91,705 

! 34,866 

416,197 

350,361 

146,253 

176,311 

198,480 

68,758 

216,927 

245,232 

294,-395 

338,713 



Milwaukee. 



Wheat. 



10,060 

158,645 

52,930 

2,325 

41,465 



500 

19,850 

465 

465 

'•46.5 



85,363 

51^000 

102,000 

27.9a5 

500 



Corn. 



St. Louis. 



580 

"480 

1,440 

480 



780 



2,080 

"50 

480 



50 1 
500 ! 

250 ; 



100 ■ 
1,000 j 



Wheat. 



2,645 
2,337 
570 
880 
1,587 
1,220 

15,830 
500 
5,000 
4,500 
950 
8,398 
5,000 

25,183 
3.043 
1,774 

28,418 
3,821 
1,535 
8,331 
4.862 
6;600 
800 
4,270 
1,458 



Toledo. 



Corn. Wheat. 



19,860 
14,397 
11,686 
21,715 
112,840 
17,390 

5,997 

8,861 

16,647 

24,323 

210,986 

25,457 

9,037 
10,807 
14,310 
23,586 

9,282 
40,970 

9,588 
112,150 
25,960 
25.973 
11,624 
16,505 
51,798 

4,284 



Com. 



80,000 
32,775 

2,500 
35,500 

3,200 
32,500 

8,854 

2,184 
26,517 
42,600 : 
36,700 j 

2,619j 
21,414 

1,500 

1,750 
74,749 

1,697 

8,710 
42,182 
24,000 
40,000 
21,300 
27,000 

1,666 
18,696 
17,104 



31,850 
15,326 
83,500 

2,474 
16,740 
21,500 

5,000 
51,725 
78,022 
19,442 
47,007 
19,124 
500 
24,300 
26,770 
91,780 

1,000 
88,825 

2,000 
500 

2,100 
82,500 
64,550 
80,765 
.50,966 
20.325 



Detroit. 



Wheat. Com. 



10,758 
29,744 
55,667 
16.a32 
54,788 
9,997 

1^961 

6,275 

56,437 

57,000 

9,780 

38^553 

949 

4,162 

100,885 

145,139 

5,126 

19^348 
29,911 
47,925 
2,409 
43,524 



9,634 

997 

5,577 

914 

6,310 

5,572 

8,064 

3,533 

9,467 

6,347 

16,982 

2,046 

2,556 

6,924 

453 



880 



'^^WW''?W^'!--r: ■■ 



31 



WHEAT AND CORIV AT PROMIIS^EN^T POINTS 



June, 1886. 



RECEIPTS. 



Kansas 


City. 
Corn. 


Minneapolis. 


DULUTH. 


New York. 


Philadelphia. 


Baltimore. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


1,615 


8,016 


225,500 


7,800 


77,566 


436,800 


417,190 


3,004 


9,142 


6,246 


295,838 


10,233 


28,536 


100,650 


4,800 


54,508 


113,550 


213,300 


8,481 


13,555 


9,694 


63,196 


680 


11,825 


83,600 


3,600 


97,084 


235,a50 


202,000 


1,345 


10,579 


7,567 


51,109 


4,408 


16,074 


99,000 


4,800 


72,048 


128,000 


198,250 


1,047 


17,689 


3,611 


59,705 


5,733 


5,629 


84,700 


1,200 


71,521 


137,456 


201,500 


4.034 


18,277 


4,885 


51,225 


4,690 


13,291 


143,350 


8,400 


49,824 


290,450 


131,450 


1,831 


8,379 


10,439 


75,766 


5,555 


9,910 


94,600 


2,400 


72,758 


214,850 


108,050 


6,066 


16,110 


19,236 


101.348 


1,621 


3,160 


53,900 


3,000 


33,212 


463,050 


112,800 


4,698 


11,299 


11,619 


60,956 


2,057 


20,595 


79.200 


3,000 


24,993 


165,460 


40,500 


3,908 


13,609 


12,048 


69,147 


3,559 


6,039 


111,100 


600 


31,000 


113,200 


42,650 


20,733 


8,620 


6,970 


61,262 


5,665 


8,991 


88,000 





.50,225 


346,050 


45,100 


21,987 


11,518 


7,302 


46,692 


3,004 


10,983 


148,500 


600 


49,692 


296,000 


52,250 


36,876 


20,685 


4,250 


53,238 


2,863 


11,524 


68,200 


600 


57,506 


357,400 


34,100 


12,885 


11,006 


5,585 


6,349 


2,408 


6,546 


71,500 





59,836 


25,000 


20,350 


17.933 


23,396 


12,242 


24,217 


7,802 


12,546 


70,950 





47,076 


237,800 


54,800 


3,436 


10,144 


9,769 


44,660 




8,959 


103,400 





60,122 


81,950 


1,650 


4,471 


14,142 


12,854 


22,635 


3,136 


3,113 






38,917 


202,550 


20,800 


4,226 


8,514 


27,748 


33,935 


2,788 


6,379 


188,100 


600 


27,171 


221,200 


57,050 


5,582 


3,233 


2,169 


68,129 


1,450 


12,324 


68,200 





re,047 


360,450 


58,250 


5.582 


3,233 


8,567 


126,079 




6,904 


6,500 


1,800 


46,094 


2.200 


6,230 


2,349 


6,801 


2,317 


26,186 




8,272 


84.150 


1,200 


24,719 


249,500 


113,550 


4,457 


4,286 






2,480 


9,994 


86,900 


1,800 


28,014 


16,762 


23,850 


1,362 


8,130 


2,978 


34,598 


916 


1,680 


95.150 





77,000 


27,250 


24,100 


4.061 


4,956 


840 


47,777 


306 


524 


154.000 


4,800 


59,629 


99,200 


110,850 


3,423 


10,791 


2,700 


58,643 




2,256 


74,800 


1,200 


113,137 


60,850 


30,7^ 


4.170 


3,497 


5,370 


63,967 


3,637 


12,028 


69,300 


600 


70,424 


49,900 


85.950 


2,539 


15,063 


5,216 


27,598 



SHIPMENTS. 



Kansas 


City. 


Minneapolis. 


DULUTH. 


New York. 


Philadelphia. 


Baltimore. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 


Cora. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


11,625 


5,108 


30,250 


1,200 


197,551 


263,016 


56,860 


3,318 


2,784 


96,650 


250,351 


4,628 


12,747 


4,950 




277,822 


368,006 


56,386 


1,265 


7,027 


103,439 




13,700 


8,230 


11,000 


1,200 


55,543 


185,278 


13,055 


16,406 


2,552 


38,000 


400 


232 


11.350 


22,550 






129,450 


47,039 


4,601 


7,557 






5,260 


15,513 


14,850 


2,400 


38,666 


286,245 


35,213 


2,588 


5,436 


8,196 


68.484 


6,077 


11,344 


15,400 


3,600 


28,063 


259,462 


25,290 


3,295 


3,142 


28,483 


115,404 


5,108 


14,922 


18,700 





42,764 


395,462 


108,695 


3,846 


4,390 


36,000 


8,571 


500 


3,959 


7,600 


1,200 


58,500 


160,405 


69,179 


54,865 


5,744 




179,085 


1,000 


9,677 


34,650 






246,186 


24,329 


8,504 


11.890 


20,000 


101,391 


596 


6,152 


14,300 


600 


96,666 





120,925 


5,063 


5,913 


27,285 





500 


8,282 


18,150 





24,000 


31,905 


10,072 


46,064 


3,164 







1,125 


492 


21,450 





40,863 


333,546 


311,488 


86.730 


3,020 




208,4a5 


765 


1,102- 


14,850 





168,361 


24,083 


75,835 


1,731 


9,400 







6,480 


3,658 


12,650 




58,615 


103,569 


100,849 


3,028 


5,275 


48,666 




1,426 


8,976 


18,150 


600 




73,823 


46,994 


8,021 


5,818 





35,624 


7,971 


11,158 


19,800 


600 


121,331 


245,930 


64,018 


2,135 


5.187 


30.050 


129,682 


2,788 


7,944 








70,000 


64.973 


286 


7,383 


36.587 








2,144 


5,095 


24,200 





90,000 


417,449 


106,055 


37,848 


2,667 


68,562 


99,244 


4,568 


10,655 


5,500 





32,278 


237,562 


37,363 


31,848 


2,667 





4,500 


2,031 


7,571 


20,350 





62,320 


228,217 


132,619 


6,753 


6,404 





57,428 


5,750 


11,463 


9,350 


_ __ 


130,215 


102,204 


11,642 


1.121 


l,ft84 








1,171 


4,905 


14,300 


600 


213,221 


114,445 


16,839 


1,368 


29,097 


40,000 


67,503 


4,600 


6,730 


17,600 




184,000 


164,102 


50,931 


880 


5.758 




147,857 


3,178 


3,664 


20,550 


600 


73,790 


291,267 


33,803 


1.699 


3,471 





137,085 


3,938 


4,361 


5,500 





40,753 


300,654 


53,869 


1,699 


6.471 





21,428 


3,654 


9,002 


11,000 





267.607 


39,097 28,532 


3,ia3 


1,018 





45,444 



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32 



DAILY Rf]CEIPTS AXD SHIPMENTS OF 



RECEIPTS. 



For the month of 



Chicago. Milwaukee. 

Wheat. Corn. Wheat. Corn. 



St. Louis. 



Toledo. 



Detroit. 



Wheat. Corn. Wheat, i Com. '• Wheat. Corn. 



1 


14.829 


1 
198.145 


13.470 


2,880 


21,8a5 


34,740 


1.567 


7.876 


1.524 




2 

3 -- - 


13.909 


269.:M1 


23.2(k5 


960 


37,.597 


27,105 


2,487 


5.604 


---- 


---- 


.5 - - - 

ti 


2^570 


54i;!"«7 i 


381(578 


m.m) 


25i;26(") 


.50^870 


10[4«6 


20;447 


2;765 


3;6i6 


^ 


8.120 


292,210 


36,745 


960 


77,999 


11.765 


992 


4,699 


26,092 




8 -- 


21.928 


359.768 


11.625 


.3,840 


121,685 


16.610 


2.mK) 


25,003 


8,912 




9 


22.7.55 


2.52.741 


14.880 


1.440 


121.881 


15.9a5 


6,-3.54 


27,211 


5,347 




10 


21.440 


229.574 


19.995 


960 


168.510 


10..545 


11,266 


2.3.380 


13,404 


3.162 


12 


20,4;iG 


236.:^5 


26.080 


960 


292,651 


32.775 


19,299 


33.960 


2,778 




13 


36.a59 


:W1.686 


35,W0 


t),240 


158,439 


4.570 


63,555 


41.154 


25,567 


2.7.54 


14 


47.960 


.525.180 


9.300 


2,4(X) 


131,421 


11.765 


58,817 


30..526 


61,693 


482 


15 


42.492 


308.212 


13.020 


960 


189.185 


12,750 


51 ,.3:37 


14,889 






16 


42,895 


303.()O4 . 


22..360 


1,440 


2.55,325 


12,560 


76,046 


9,191 


.32,730 


925 


17 


51.041 


257,036 


18.045 


1.920 


236,468 


10,615 


89,903 


27,059 


35,463 


1,703 


19 


62.012 


251, .522 


29,965 


480 


310,186 


30.140 


111.783 


8.695 


91,317 


1,983 


20 


79.251 


361. 9:K 


30,.361 


1,920 


174,115 


1.3,790 


283.079 


.34.103 


109.022 


4,663 


21 


98,465 


384,037 


14,880 


4,;M) 


167,959 


10,220 


185,080 


.32.298 


78.781 


5,983 


22 


79.259 


178,279 


17.980 


480 


278,180 


11.3a5 


176,316 


2,177 


87.542 


2,106 


23 


89,:i02 


187.789 


12,090 





2.33,.5.54 


16.2.50 


ia3.751 


7.284 


62,194 


1,083 


24 


97,262 


158.681 


16,740 




207,775 


22..315 


218,8t)0 


13.800 


93,6.50 


5,587 


26 


78.178 


214,794 


11.210 


48(1 


326,620 


35.270 


267.939 


fi43 


160.391 


4,622 


29 


125,621 


2.58,4()5 


20.744 


960 


140,295 


22,245 


262,017 


8,982 


117,202 


429 


28 


134,9;J8 


292.021 


23.:i30 





177,.554 


13,950 


209,863 




101,017 


4,ft32 


29 


102.28:^ 


160,798 


9.289 





124,973 


28,430 


197,255 


5.771 


98,542 


3.200 


m 


94,267 


157,510 


14,087 


2,400 


1.52.279 


20,985 


194,7.32 


].(M)1) 


120,220 




81 ' 


84.710 


161.9t)4 


13.9.50 





126.245 


17,050 


205,024 


7.169 


119.806 


2,774 



SHIPMENTS. 



Chicago. 



Milwaukee. 



St. Louis. 



Toledo. 



Detroit. 



9 
10 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



Wheat, i Corn. Wheat. Corn. Wheat. Corn. ; Wheat. ■ Corn. ; Wheat, i Corn. 

1.128 



20.f)31 1 341.425 
34.:»1 I 428.032 



121.213 ; 

12.088 i 
10.237 
3,.533 ' 

17,104 ; 

4,418 ' 

5,765 \ 
29,376 

9,113 i 
62,430 j 
30,200 i 
42,723 
23,934 

5,208 
94,084 
93,018 , 
31,818 
61,090 
130,846 
84,883 
80,972 
169,888 
58,066 



1.042..567 
117,36;^ 
99.044 
310.867 
215,727 
459,284 
284,190 
.350,5)06 
1.58.953 
.322.-372 
280,8.37 
45(i,498 
40,749 
34;i,472 
203,992 
459,182 
324,281 
273,379 
109,377 
21.3.1-36 
.389,0a5 
146,701 
111,398 



4()5 

465 

465 

1,668 

2,;k5 

t-593 



1,(K)5 
667 
()85 

1^679 

410 



480 



a5o 



300 

80 

480 



1,0(K) 



100 



50 
480 
200 
100 



800 ,5.1.30 i 1,145 18.807 

6.976. 18,.5;M j ,500 



4,769 

5,889 
1.200 

i;2lK) 
1,600 



90O 

11,754 

1,000 

9,670 

3.247 

2,439 

3,327 

11,880 

15,957 

12,496 

106,265 

4,307 

2.5,190 

17.689 

12,949 



161 ..551 

8.30(i 

12,7*3 

4.315 

8.224 

13,309 

28.202 

41,045 

9,t>15 

16.781 

11,681 

3.459 

1.55,523 

1-3,851 

14,648 

6,651 

4,220 

5,636 

45,165 

4,149 

2,a37 

14,758 

4.890 



2.800 
18,223 

2.200 
16.600 

7,100 
96,.529 
17.4.53 
4],.5fX) 

8,678 

41^191 ! 
41,100 j 

85^470 i 

1,600 
62,592 ; 
600 i 
203,900 1 

507 : 

190,600 
.3.140 
88,.500 ■■■ 
211,»16 



21. .500 
41.420 
21. .500 

3..500 

9.000 
24.400 
20.950 
21,600 

1,577 
19,805 

2,457 
27,092 

1,701 
26,075 

.38;7.54 

2,5.50 

5.32 

.550 

1,000 

2,890 

41,028 



39..3a3 



6.5.178 
1.5.188 
42,813 
667 
15.275 
46,.500 

20^.5.56 

2.3^127 
47,855 

63!.556 
25,709 
17,4.55 
37,177 
60,141 
2.3,345 
97,810 
74,382 
54,476 
84,609 
1-32,698 



4.0.30 



2,508 

1,991 

.500 



1,354 

""67 

"944 

li693 

3^475 



1,100 
1,488 



33 



WHEAT AND CORN AT PROMINENT POINTS 



July, 1886. 



RECEIPTS. 



Kansas City. 


Minneapolis. 


DULUTH. 


Kew York. 


Philadbiphia. 


Baltimore. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Com. 




425 


68,200 


1,800 


49,434 


73,100 


91,850 


2,539 


15,063 


3,179 


31 ,.540 


— - 





91,300 


1,200 


16,047 


11,500 1 30,300 


1,372 


5,-354 


15,469 


21,798 


i;427 


3^829 


140^250 


6^666 


101^686 


1 
378^250 ! 177^200 


1423 


4^714 


29^355 


4-5;28i 


4,251 


1,372 


116,500 


4,200 


46.244 


142,600 


45,800 


1,123 


4,714 


11,112 


61.934 


379 


3,600 


44,550 


660 


41,800 


6.5,800 


126,050 


2.274 


2,133 


13,163 


22,085 


5,445 




77,000 





21,983 


63,400 


60,050 


2,274 


2,133 


24,464 


] -5.-325 


18,810 


8,987 


57,750 





19,569 


1,100 


18,150 


3,677 


5,077 


48,480 


39,208 


1,158 


5,970 


112,750 


1.800 


12,074 


99,500 


124,500 


1,481 


33,435 


70,437 


ai,496 


4,472 


4,748 


40,150 


600 


57,721 


151,900 


56,350 


7,175 


41,142 


67,395 


46,066 


14,317 


7,851 


73,150 




11,820 


171,200 


64,050 


2,978 


14,191 


71,782 


27,737 


6,513 


3,569 


68,750 


3,000 


27,000 


225,500 


56,950 


2,978 


14,191 


65,779 


19,947 


10,475 


6,406 


61,050 


1,200 


28,000 


266,850 


42,700 


16,774 


15,167 


73,835 


19,653 


1,009 


1,507 


62,150 




20.000 


113.150 


49,600 


30,707 


5,192 


65,858 


32,779 


11,023 


934 


91,300 


3,600 


52,000 


175,232 


65,400 


36,574 


12,257 


115,767 


151,129 


12,875 


4,663 


51,150 




47,000 


144.450 


84,500 


50,816 


31,600 


95,090 


39,491 


16,483 


1,056 


51,150 


1,200 


14,000 


195,750 


165,950 


63,922 


27,946 


56,414 


56,331 


13,992 


1,063 


69,300 





13,613 


102,250 


101,050 


57,898 


10,353 


70,182 


21,388 


12,764 


3,652 


79,750 


600 


18,000 


168,450 


246,700 


108,484 


23,446 


61,659 


3,092 


17,212 


1,608 


62,700 


600 


.37,000 


84,750 


125,950 


64,335 


6,207 


78,249 


46,447 


16,687 


4,983 


115,500 


1,800 


5,000 


158,596 


72,a50 


60,398 


2,692 


174,883 


15,632 


11,183 


5,068 


49,500 


600 


70,000 


105,000 


107,000 


48,409 


4,069 


94,769 


16,159 


16,402 


537 


69,300 


1,200 


34,000 


189,850 


173,100 


105,730 


5,312 


76,523 


9,962 


15,-395 


6,661 


60..500 


6,300 


27,000 


103,400 


19,800 


119,013 


4,463 


99,245 


7,921 


10,.501 


2,730 


51,150 


600 


31,000 


60,500 


19,100 


65,235 


3,025 


125,491 


4,759 


21,677 


8,384 


51,000 





21,000 


53,350 


2,200 


76,543 


2,894 


102,994 


7,466 



SHIPMENTS. 



Kansas City. 



Wheat. 



9,913 
1,272 



7,682 

1,-567 

70 

-5.52 
2,179 

210 

1.53 
1,209 

864 

-526 
550 

800 
2,-502 
1,635 

11^649 

660 

5,000 

6,698 

10,506 
9,885 



Com. 



Minneapolis. 



Wheat. 



1,101 
1,8-37 



10,484 j 
275 
3,804 

7^.311 
5,699 
6,150 
3,060 
3,559 
5,883 
1,044 
3,013 
5,960 
-5,410 
6,096 
17,301 
5.597 
12,272 
11,446 
3,495 
1,178 
7,4-57 
6,619 



4,950 
11,5-50 



13,.5.5i) 

1.100 

8.2.50 

9,2.50 

9.iHK) 

13,200 

8.8(X) 

6fK) 

5,800 

2,-500 

9,900 

23,6-50 

7,700 

12,6,50 

11,-500 

11,000 

7,1-50 

22,0(K) 

14,-300 

13.200 

82,-500 

11,000 

14,-300 



Corn. 



DULUTH. 



Wheat. 



New York. 



600 
1^200 

1^200 
'600 

"(ioo 

1,200 
"600 i 

'600 



83,579 
145,141 



157,392 
52,000 
96,142 

202,282 
66,588 
29,723 
,30,631 
94,251 
49,000 

189,000 

206,000 
53,000 
506 
45.000 
47,-3-34 
84,000 
30,000 
50,000 
.50,000 
10,200 

186,000 
-59,000 
-58,000 



Wheat. Com. 



Philadelphia. 



Wheat, i Com. 



174,550 
471,830 



428,223 

117,559 

46,118 

-55,292 ! 

216,172 \ 

170,024 I 

61,797 

135,480 1 

108.810 : 

35i;757 i 

8,059 1 

179,5-36 

112,816 

82,l:i5 

95,096 

79,979 : 

265,094 ; 

99,327 

160,301 

76,581 

150,995 

14^988 



8,711 
80,6&1 



56,847 

109,596 
18,179 
13,872 
1,100 
58,450 
42.394 
.30,867 
13.4a3 
66,812 
-39.744 

123,539 
61.599 
18,-309 
14,070 
78,992 

ia3,267 
93,087 
34,001 
24,920 

113,272 
15,146 
33,108 



3,103 
2,479 



2,-308 

2,307 

901 

2,ai9 

4,173 

51,-309 

2,089 

2,311 

2,-311 

32,457 

2,160 

2,169 

3,676 

2.962 

6,983 

4,576 

23,989 

15,406 

80,602 

24,699 

18,985 

118,640 

79.310 



1,018 
1,860 



4,205 
4,205 
4,422 
1.687 
3; 720 
2,038 
5,878 
4,193 
4.193 
4;4t)2 
6,143 
6,.549 
2.1.54 
2.514 
2:990 
7,-392 
7,225 
11,222 
16.747 
14818 
9.1.59 
7.765 
5,165 



Baltimore. 



Wheat. Com. 



29,000 
8.000 



75,a5' 
tJ6,494 I 
40,123 
25,R53 



108,800 
108.800 
167,300 



51,241 
79,463 
SljOOO 



.52,100 
16,948 



87,017 
17,142 
74,435 
64,285 
110,939 
99,000 



i:W,678 
1.5,600 

4^406 



17,242 
17,242 
-30,857 

"566 

68412 
12,142 



^•l.J^JU^^^ai^-Ji^ii^aja^'.^^^t^f^i^'rlSiSki^S^iJ^lii^B^-^^ '. 



34 



DAILY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS OF 



RECEIPTS. 



For the Month of 



Chicago. 



Milwaukee. 



2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

30 

31 



Wheat. 



98,361 
131,679 
153,599 
56,363 
94,741 
110,765 
93,962 
111,333 
110,4;B6 
73,207 
69,056 
74,509 
62,169 
84,451 
82,438 
46,203 
73,912 
39,548 
57,062 
76,649 
85,930 
47,133 
73,541 
67,554 
85,941 
88,691 



I 
Corn. 1 Wheat. Corn 



197,863 
262,892 
327,493 
207,786 
217,979 
218,451 
273,191 
378,534 
505,431 
371,906 
374,277 
386,794 
382,125 
346,301 
448,039 
300,108 
241,518 
274,136 
292,960 
339,5;33 
435,197 
262,124 
343,730 
356,163 
455,967 
428,480 



21,390 
15,000 
15,810 
22,089 
11,405 
15,345 
7,440 
24,150 
11,625 
12,090 
10,695 
15,345 
13,950 
20,910 
17,670 
15,795 
20,655 
13,485 
15,810 
31,395 
17,583 
14,400 
20,925 

35^595 
45,010 



1,.360 

1,460 
4,320 
2,400 
1,440 
1,920 
2,400 
3,360 
3,840 
4,320 
1,920 
5.280 
8,640 
7,200 
1,440 
3,360 
2,.320 
1,920 

480 
2,880 

960 



4,800 

480 

1,440 



St. Louis. 



Wheat. Corn 



205,167 

111,116 

133,:J05 

123,905 

87,962 

104,-352 

136,479 

53,401 

78,367 

98,219 

104,088 

127,265 

127,396 

78, %6 

60,991 

93,957 

110,958 

66,631 

178,792 

78,010 

89,a58 

91,882 

86,817 

102,232 

140,000 

46,827 



45,610 
12,270 
14,050 
16,715 
21,695 
26,590 
32,580 
53.360 
12;465 
30,520 
30,770 
28,625 
50,005 
51,660 
28,970 
27,310 
33,025 
33,750 
32,020 
44,030 
32,340 
28,265 
43,460 
54,325 
85,790 
a3,270 



Toledo. 



Wheat. Corn 



161,823 
155,625 
159,000 
131,453 
110,058 
130,659 
217,981 
183,390 
167,658 
110,901 
123,673 
173,111 
154,.321 
155.717 
167,838 
182,054 
1.35,304 
123,427 
138,105 
140,403 
166,036 
136,384 
125,022 
97,3;52 
96,769 
124,709 



Detroit. 



600 

8,604 

7,552 

7,887 1 

13,339 i 

9,210 I 

6,051 

17,665 

9,744 

11,430 

9,424 

7,986 

6,891 

12,629 

3,730 

9,432 

22,050 

17,872 

11,768 

14,257 

10,551 

2,702 

13,244 

2,833 

8,490 

1,049 



Wheat. Corn 



112,906 
124,486 
82,740 
57,741 
66,212 
65,817 
42,270 
89,758 
87,725 
102,248 
83,537 
57,625 
50,6a5 
87,677 
73,808 
57,236 
61,515 
70,953 
63,480 
47,378 
58,455 
61,906 
46,371 
75,437 
24,-346 
91,913 



3,472 
524 

13,554 

435 

2,048 

409 

437 

1,498 

1,000 

1,564 

3,571 

994 

1,792 

3,001 

3,217 

2,722 

2,193 

2,032 

532 

1,651 

6,584 

2,784 

2,072 

4,682 

1,920 

5,183 



SHIPMENTS. 



Chicago. 



Wheat. Corn 



2 

3 

4 

5 i 

6 1 

i ;;;;;;; 

11 i 

12 

13 '■ 

16 - ! 

17 - 

18 - ' 

19 i 

20 t 

21 

23 

24 : 

25 [ 

26 

27 

28 

30 

31 ....... 



55,878 

7,842 

155,543 

97,374 

47,856 

127,665 

123,7-53 

92,804 

80,058 

101,212 

140,950 

120,983 

25,877 

70,633 

22,456 

60,059 

66,190 

76,100 

103,140 

160,141 

109,172 

57,969 

64,977 

79,586 

107,498 

44,515 



137,063 
157,892 
246,373 
189,541 
122,362 
141,791 
303,128 
118,200 
112,481 
259,442 
367,909 
61,067 
307,151 
228,776 
213,609 
228,767 

402,200 ; 

270,010 I 

474,277 , 

14-3,684 ; 

a55,356 

199,708 

175,471 

327,657 

425,040 

248,927 



Milwaukee. 



Wheat. 



930 



1,128 
2,131 
1,-514 
2,1.50 
1,860 
465 
1,000 



4Go 

'660 
530 

1^801 



Corn. 



125 

1,000 

"ioo 



1,100 

825 

1,000 



650 
480 

3,.560 
960 

2^400 



15,400 
'300 



St. Louis. 



Wheat. 



26,123 
9,152 

46,442 

9,877 

167,422 

10,213 

16,160 

90,168 
6,577 
6,908 
5,160 
9,675 

24,-560 

27,-330 
9,738 
6,650 

1-3,156 

4,050 

133,256 

15,049 
1,250 

10,580 
5,955 

15,370 
4,600 
1,309 



Toledo. 



Corn. Wheat. 



5,761 

654 

48,542 

14,345 

19,8-39 

9,848 

9,980 

8,111 

2,660 

1,443 

13,147 

4,-350 

4,502 

6,245 

6,882 

3,000 

5,664 

2,112 

5,134 

2,727 

957 ; 

1,494; 

5,199 I 

985 i 

6,134 j 

36,256 i 



84,800 

131,500 

98,150 

49,100 

32,000 

23,868 

269,730 

150,100 

33,650 

139,300 

172,:B30 

3,302 

158,609 

116,5-50 

98,100 

47,000 

64,600 

51,818 

217.029 

4,801 

98,-563 

18,-557 

85,277 

135,431 

108,600 

100,900 



Corn. 



1,000 

2,000 

500 

23,750 

1,485 

500 

19,500 
2,450 
1,099 
2,817 

21^347 

31,366 

1,000 

40,800 

27a'.30 
9,800 

14,,530 
1,543 
6,600 
7,453 

50,7;i5 
7,450 

2^]" its 



Detroit. 



Wheat. 



175,138 
97,225 
15,205 

134,447 
51,807 
94,195 
86,496 

-98,098 
58,477 
42,154 
17.479 
14;234 
41,265 
39,672 
44.300 
37,917 
6,592 

30;i72 
7,196 
2,712 
20,056 
20,100 
49,1-52 
20,000 
75,464 



Corn. 



3,484 

9^240 
1,539 

3^167 

500 

2,044 

1^030 

1,023 

508 

1,704 

2^840 

1^964 

3^042 

1^6.32 
1,272 
3,761 
1,5;37 
636 
583 



1 1 i.:»>i. M!Sitts!^^i& ..i; 



.IriVi/. i>l.',JL'. '<l.jkAJ 



35 



WHEAT AND CORN AT PROMINENT POINTS 



August, 1S8G. 



RECEIPTS. 



Kansas City. 


Minneapolis. 


DuLUTir^ 


New York. 


Philadelphia. 


Baltimore. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Cora. 


15,420 


7,459 


85,300 


3,000 


28,124 


307.588 


259,600 


64,965 


3,573 


177,127 


5,831 


13,.585 


14,343 


66,000 


600 


15,584 


249,650 


28,250 


114,946 


4,804 


1.54,597 


9,665 


8,731 


13,297 


53,350 


600 


14,846 


197,786 


42,200 


121,861 


7,446 


91,906 


4,034 


6,582 


16,402 


46,750 





20,522 


331,242 


102,500 


125,413 


2,720 


101,181 


4,675 


6,647 


10,398 


73,150 


600 


17,966 


100,500 


12,262 


74,202 


2,918 


14.3,133 


5,032 


1S,473 


10,464 


52,250 


1,800 


16,121 


290,964 


61,100 


118,362 


3,669 


83,798 


5,350 


10,409 


6,618 


96,250 


1,200 


22,095 


447,094 


37,240 


26,496 


2,462 


142,364 


7,051 


13,547 


21,213 


77,000 


2,400 


86,753 


181,850 


10,600 


60,350 


3,009 


153,591 


5,425 


3,934 


18,643 


64,a50 


600 


52,360 


243,400 


9,850 


102,537 


6,.593 


132,374 


19,229 


592 


29,981 


55,000 




58,285 


291,600 


82,700 


98,741 


3,546 


112,847 


4,458 


4,354 


23,302 


64,350 


600 


75,520 


428,414 


78,250 


115,949 


1,340 


118,102 


8,136 


4,644 


14,747 


59,400 


2,400 


49,581 


262,300 


48,700 


106,595 


8,120 


134,965 


7,230 


15,768 


18,008 


103,400 


5,400 


40,546 


426,086 


68,100 


77,567 


5,340 


169,204 


14,726 


14,249 


31,425 


58,850 


1,200 


69,627 


340,100 


28,700 


70,.382 


5,760 


173,747 


7,80r 


6,218 


25,a31 


46,750 


4,200 


65,814 


136,370 


9,510 


125,846 


4,360 


107,828 


5,407 


8,663 


15,358 


57,200 


1,200 


90,736 


216,320 


9,950 


38,349 


2,923 


142,042 


3,958 


12,326 


10,251 


.54,450 


3,000 


85,553 


403,850 


51,356 


76,221 


2,379 


124,655 


5,020 


5,899 


29,651 


57,200 


1,200 


43.565 


237,744 


73,000 


74,643 


1,8.53 


155,933 


5.273 


11,945 


13,9% 


128,700 





95.176 


576,200 


82,450 


64,976 


2,644 


147,209 


3,881 


21,800 


22,911 


37.950 




101,892 


179,500 


40,100 


118,392 


4,284 


221,760 


11,553 


16,932 


10,863 


63,250 


1,800 


97,981 


236,500 


25,550 


73,495 


6.435 


110,010 


4,614 


21,633 


6,247 


76,450 


1,200 


75.145 


200,850 


78,400 


89,039 


9,062 


l;35,190 


5,772 


15,420 


8,660 


61,050 


600 


117,409 


246,000 


44,450 


73,0a3 


6,938 


144,800 


4,591 


10,768 


11,174 


82,500 


1,800 


120,905 


162,790 


50,750 


70,173 


10.739 


190,814 


6,578 


13,741 


6,769 


113,300 


1,200 


133,937 


489,400 


117,200 


67,869 


12,739 


178,774 


7,779 


24,602 


12,846 


72,050 


2,400 


224,948 


223,450 


125,950 


85,735 


13,054 


196,9;i5 


3,9:30 



SHIPMENTS. 




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36 



DAILY RECEIPTS AXD SHIPMENTS OF 



RECEIPTS. 



For the Month of 





Chicago. 


Milwaukee. 


St. Louis. 


Toledo. Detroit. 




Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. Coru. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Coru. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


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 


141,260 
64,815 
67,731 
87,945 
80,799 
85,470 

132,776 
87,979 
78,074 
80,a38 
79,155 
95,262 

115,941 
86,214 
80,091 
60,803 
74,316 
81,349 
81,649 
62,466 
62,314 
51,251 
74,751 
72,695 

119.256 
.59,992 


853,574 
370,002 
389.785 
393,036 
4;W,492 
423,667 
.58;3.337 
385,792 
*i5,124 
293,892 
298,0.55 
382,(K>6 
405,707 
176,712 
249,005 
26;i,189 
249,672 
294,972 
324,766 
176,087 
157,013 
147,463 
188,168 
285,370 
392,738 
194,998 


18,140 
22,705 
17,655 
23,715 
30,690 
31,140 
13,-395 
11,(530 
20,980 
25,710 
28,184 
52,445 
39,411 
28,215 

.50i886 
37.220 
64,500 
21,345 
30,li)5 
36,700 
38,800 
44,158 
9:^,178 
45,867 
67,8()5 


480 

480 

2,400 

480 

i>i6 

6,720 
2.400 
1,!)20 
960 
2,400 
1,440 
5,760 
3,360 

'480 

1,920 

3,840 

480 

960 

2,400 

960 

1,440 

1,440 

4,800 

8,160 


77,983 
77,511 
77,117 
87,569 
91,978 
41,013 
66,871 
64,593 
64,117 
45,.585 
74,715 
50,722 
47,421 
37,934 
.33,995 
30,.5.58 
45,840 
12,312 
18,000 
48,312 
24,189 ; 
18,667 ; 
28,533 : 
9,825 1 
9,515 
11,403 


22,790 
28,105 
41,810 
59,945 
77,695 
39,600 
14,015 
28,927 
40,990 
26,950 
56,650 
28,025 
13,300 
22,945 
17,950 
30,560 
32,650 
14,100 

35^380 
5,790 
18,100 
39,.340 
12,650 
8.2.50 
12,790 


149,060 

121 ,.3,58 

103,965 

101,037 

143,713 

124,817 

137,007 

44,767 

94..500 

118,748 

95,6;i7 

100,202 

72,593 

74.474 

73,759 

75,087 

65,928 

78,377 

69,163 

49,668 

49,752 

45,244 

42,290 

76,573 

62,116 

46,487 


8,193 

8,016 

11,255 

958 

9,385 

17,126 

11,749 

4;35i 

5,241 
10,988 
23,.507 
16.040 
2.3,182 

2,.585 
17,405 

9,949 
18,305 
12,126 
19,473 
11,708 
11,880 

1,400 
15,420 

4,928 

2,965 


118,605 
79,221 
38,027 
69,4.53 
60,668 
52,446 
50,a56 
50,589 
45,276 
38,049 
44,761 
33,150 
59.048 
54,268 
21.004 
89,467 
27,648 
21,165 
36,516 
30,272 
33,340 
33,199 
a3,574 
76,395 
43,707 
51,917 


6,890 
3,.552 
1,102 
2,744 
6,724 
1,539 
999 
1,687 

i,.5a3 

■ 4,687 
1,059 
4,410 
844 
1,7.55 
2,068 

3i457 
5,244 
2,5.59 

4,440 
6,411 

925 

16,7.54 

5,470 

500 



SHIPMENTS. 



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 : 



Chicaco. 



Wheat. 



72,210 
60.369 
108,916 
29,.339 
70,385 
36,446 
7,664 
10,690 
78,432 
81,736 
86..504 
75,623 
48,805 
25,949 
16,090 
74,929 
33,520 
72,959 
11(),098 
7,709 
9,0)88 
17,001 
20,:»4 
22,993 
13,271 
92,602 



Com. 



108,881 
35.5,716 
270,-3.56 
131,553 
273,761 
1*3,292 
106,342 
235,389 
273,517 
359.a51 
1,083,177 
20:3.158 
273.904 
222,794 
1.59,631 
132,.532 
292,597 
285,765 
417,800 
1.51,686 
26:3,48:3 
4:36,921 
52:3,1:38 
1.57,811 
129,854 
257,858 



Milwaukee. 



Wheat. Com. 



2,074 
4t)5 
52,500 . 
93,995 



46,000 

465 

127,000 

465 

"930 

465 

110,000 

9:30 

24,:36() 



125 



480 



4S0 

1,000 

200 

1(K) 



66,9:30 25 

4,185 1.50 
2,790 

51,180 1,120 



St. Louis. 



Wheat. Corn. 



91,510 
7.5.50 

10,820 

17,420 ■ 

12.026 
2,815 I 

20,775 

64,019 
2,002 

42,729 

29,125 
7,030! 
9,608 ' 

18,540 ^ 
6.086 i 
9,181 

10.998 
5;424 
5,000 

1:3,016 

3.210 

960 

17,600 
3,000 
7,246 

16.470 



74,833 

11, .362 

4,222 

26,790 

14,161 

38,348 

9,624 

11.5,190 

9,907 

150,649 

23,572 

9,995 

28,013 

181,092 

9,078 

4,.352 

127,163 

10,5:32 

6^490 
9,370 
83,878 
6,934 
8,203 
5,137 
4,098 



Toledo. 



Wheat. 



24,600 

108,600 

158,574 

156,400 

50,000 

122,500 

80,175 

34.500 

23,625 

52,900 

83,400 

42,800 

107i466 

.500 

46,700 

60,000 

72,534 

24,400 

8,500 

47,000 

1,061 

86,000 

90,1.59 

167,050 

85,500 



Com. 



Detroit. 



18,300 

20,365 

4,329 

3,600 

66,000 

24,500 

20,725 

7,568 

2^576 

4,476 
5,756 
37,344 
4,000 
1,950 
1,100 
21,700 
58.200 
5,.550 
3,000 
4,000 
7,149 
4,000 
5,600 
5,000 
8,560 



Wheat. ': Com. 



21,000 
38,239 
30,-328 
46,2:30 
10,371 
27,888 
18,000 
37,572 
74,.540 
3,678 
65,-332 

41^6:32 

429 

513 

32,329 

1,941 

41,100 

25,972 

40,-553 

48,104 

95,253 

17,488 

2,059 

39,700 



1,472 

568 

2,057 

3,884 

1^685 
2,056 
1,589 
1,203 
2,564 
1,468 
1,036 

576 
1,175 

428 
2,164 
2,728 

400 
1,678 
1,011 
6,370 
2,211 

3,"l29 

563 

50 






StJv?;: : ■ . - ■ ■ ■ "■■■- V- .; - "'- -f ? -■ ' ' ■ 



37 



WHEAT AIS^D CORN AT PROMINENT POINTS 



September, 1886. 











RECEIPTS. 














Kansas Citt. 


Minneapolis. 


DULUTH. 


New York. 


Phtladi 


LPHIA. 


Baltimore. 




Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


1 

' Corn. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 
46,350 


Wheat. 
92.468 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


■:■ '''-^ 


18,521 


4,576 


75,900 




121,007 


162,050 


39,969 


121,759 


12.990 


', . ; ' y- 


19,830 


3,505 


i 80,300 


"600 


184,571 


'\ 464,950 


79,950 


90,441 


10,198 


141,573 


! 42;010 




22,055 


1 3,051 


83,050 




136,720 


i 257,300 


64,950 


80,954 


42,512 


105.499 


i 2,913 


■"■■' :'_.^ 


28,014 


4,005 


121,000 


600 


160,168 


234,650 


63,200 


64,242 


63,066 


1.31 ;i 98 


j 1,989 


.■ 'y^ 


23,011 


967 


218,900 





105,000 


387,400 


145,900 


60,409 


74,670 


122,033 


j 9,166 


- .-- 


15,000 


5,000 


111,100 


j 


2a3,.385 


1 267,750 


63,700 


79,313 


18,699 


143,414 


! 41,124 


•'.•^ 


22,763 


1 2,165 


104,500 


1 


146,000 


i 310,850 


77,550 


36.187 


10,987 


96,-389 


22,292 


■ . ''--:- -C'-"^ 


25,224 


1 1,654 


164,450 


6,600 


179,779 


i 256,200 


146,950 


107,875 


21,284 


97,148 


8,162 




25,651 


1 1,.531 


119,900 




229,000 


253.350 


222,550 


88.907 


19,182 


64,150 


6,460 


\^ 


23,010 


1 3,752 


144,100 


600 


219,-388 


' 117,400 


51,050 


44/252 


14,270 


121,121 


12,912 




21,669 


376 


243.650 





247,944 


; 349,000 


115,500 


76,799 


17,423 


124,648 


19,806 


- ' ^: 


24,908 


1,9.30 


149,600 


1,800 


417.513 


i 313,400 


96,050 


75,138 


20,197 


121,540 


39,782 




23,222 


1,909 


113,300 


600 


264,785 


208,528 


111,000 


69,902 


15,317 


110,266 


8,789 


■■" 






1^,200 


600 


236,452 


233,578 


239,850 


68,713 


14,589 


73,671 


8,249 




20;3i6 


'489 


153,4.50 




190,065 


215,044 


375,550 


49,490 


7,684 


68,795 


14,a36 




19,273 


i,8;m 


143,850 


1,866 


295,670 


237,706 


270,100 


68,2.53 


21,298 


60,556 


17,086 




16,587 


1.50 


232,100 


3.000 


234,675 


320,374 


298,900 


64,872 


14,778 


93,960 


11,353 




21,271 


4.5S7 


141, 900 


8,400 


355,181 


57,300 


104.750 


45.856 


17,725 


129,106 


20,583 




10,863 


1,057 


96.800 


- - - 


222,866 


462,450 


253.100 


42,801 


7.780 


76.275 


21,610 




16,100 




116,1.50 


3,600 


251,2.31 


200,700 


92,600 


41,183 


5,724 


56,597 


9.722 




11,829 


941 


15j,750 




173,000 


408,700 


211,100 


34,902 


26,214 


45,695 


4,465 




17,419 


2,727 


171.600 


1,800 


21.3,602 


152,130 


88,950 


40,690 


39..368 


44,653 


10,832 


/-'■-/ 


6.752 





240,90r» 


1,800 


156,295 


385,700 


222.950 


24,805 


45,492 


5e,.325 


51,465 


--■ '-^i 


3,023 


2,.561 


143.000 


600 


338,667 


179,700 


148,700 


33,892 


38,303 


98,996 


21,428 


: '^-v^ 


15,039 


1,&59 


211, .500 


3.600 


157,9.37 


147,284 


65,700 


24,698 


10,134 


37.252 


7,827 




6,811 





159,500 


3,000 


196,230 


473,600 


333,000 


30,416 


9,140 


25,091 


5,995 












SHIPMENTS. 












Kansas 


City. 


MiNNEA 


POLIS. 


DULUTH. 


New York. 


Philade 


LPHIA. 


Baltim 


ORE. 


'■'-'■3- 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Com. 
3,989 


Wheat. 


Cora. 




1,000 


6,269 


2,200 




637 


242,067 < 


9,097 


24,005 


188,524 


38,571 


'-'i 


18,000 


3,998 


5,500 







174,624 i 31.956 


85..381 


4,056 








16.558 


10,447 


3,850 





30,301 


16,491 i 18,353 


1,576 1 


6.621 


68,:M0 


17,142 


' -. 1 ■ -,' '-i 


20,5*3 


8,743 


7,700 







48,594 ! 91,259 


86,394 \ 


4:731 


54,476 





~ -'. ■ " z 


7,553 


10,424 


15,950 





197i666 


186,588 i 38,687 


111,570 


29,496 


l(i6,187 





■; ""' --■'> 


2,500 


14,000 


18,150 




68,314 


201,122 i 24,458 


5,662 i 


7,411 1 


188,704 







11,667 


8,961 


9,900 





ia5,ooo 


47,949 i 53,644 


114,947 


2,701 i 


179,955 : 


4.0.33 




19,007 


7,600 


37,400 





48,167 


29,998 ! 16,454 


108,972 


3,988 i 


40.000 i 


8..571 


';^ 


12,043 


3,000 


34,650 






7,VVV 1 900 


15.240 : 


5, .559 1 


140:5;)6 1 


42,857 




14,861 


3,756 


53,350 


1,200 


46,713 i 


119,690 1. 136,810 i 


19,526 


5.808 ; 


12.(!50 ' 






19,144 


10,516 


25,850 


600 


67,507 


179,052 1 63,944 1 


132,698 


5,073 


im.(m : 





. '■ ■ - ' '^ 


25,734 


500 


10,450 





41,697 


219,023 1 142,004 


7,.592 


8,151 ' 


77,100 





:-"'4 


14,752 


1,709 


20,850 





161,489 


149,375 i 44,857 


74,888 


3,184 ' 


116.622 : 


.. 


-■ ' /. ~j 






15,950 







53,077 ! 9,092 


11,242 i 


3,6:^6 i 


8,000 i 


8,571 




21.600 


4,050 


9,;i50 





53,666 


.... i 60,024 


32,744 : 


6.418 


i 







16,500 


1,280 


1.5,400 





164,905 j 


76,295 • 18,583 


32,524 


4.435 : 


88,666 • 







11,650 


11,950 


13.200 





96,235 i 


127,390 123,182 


68,2*3 


3,479 


22,0a3 ! 


, 




23,367 


14,915 


33,000 





148,798 


300,069 ' 158,893 







140.305 


13,100 


"■-■"" ;- ->'" 


21,147 


9,542 


12,650 





47,700 


39,979 i 95,018 


3^41 7 ■ 


36,308 i 


206,924 ; 







13,190 


10,162 


32,450 


j 


297,924 


55,719 i 89,741 


5,146 \ 


3,017 : 


1 






17.013 


7,;^9 1 


24,750 


1 


43.000 : 


109.161 : 1,984 


27,037 


3,.504 


i6,6o6 1 


8,504 


- - ."■■:_i 


21,009 


7,235 


21,450 


j 


94,9.57 , 


107;018 i 87,217 ; 


11,208 i 


4.8.57 


i 







990 


3,.536 


45,100 j 


'ooo 


180,700 I 


111,089 1 106.321 j 


3,085 ; 


3,976 









26,405 i 


13,092 


36,300 j 





109.826 1 


1.32,192 i 59,591 | 


17,170 


4,756 


8,266 





" " , ■ - ■ : :"''^ 


12,000 


7,:«6 


35,200 


i 


106,566 i 


16,922 8,900 


3,737 i 


2,317 





90 




19,000 


11,007 


21,4.50 





60,300 


107,513 12,218 

1 


38,387 


3,372 


— 








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38 



DAILY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS OF 



RECEIPTS. 



For the Month of 



Chicago. 



Milwaukee. 



Wheat. 



1 . 

2 . 

4 . 

5 . 

6 - 

7 . 

8 . 

9 . 
11 . 
13 . 

13 . 

14 . 

15 . 

16 . 
18. 

19 . 

20 . 

21 . 

22 . 
23 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



Corn. ; Wheat. 



68.022 
73,958 
78,886 I 
97,795 I 

130,686 I 
81,629 t 

100,6;i9 i 
77.867 

112,285 

102,839 

135,699 
86,731 
92,233 
71,898 
81,007 
77,654 

137,128 
79,960 
92,105 
69,771 
85,020 
91,367 

120,490 
66,;i47 
75,926 
82.431 



166,689 
194,115 
212,770 
250,333 
353,676 
235,242 
247,118 
203,470 
280,100 
283,190 
4j8,445 
167,022 
211,152 
177,899 
156,828 
212,840 
317,246 
176,074 
151,413 
159,125 
154,.533 
168,083 
265,777 
118,872 
106,720 
158,718 



34,985 
43,350 
44,059 
67,065 
45.210 
45,485 
42,255 
43,370 
80,890 
118.215 
67,205 
15,345 
5;B,970 
52,845 
60,236 
64,145 
51,740 
36,225 
29,670 
44,540 
40,726 
79,054 
50,238 
40,930 
49,868 
39,744 



Corn. 



3,360 
4,320 

2,400 

5,760 

1,920 

480 

480 

960 

1,920 

1,440 

2,880 

5,280 

2,880 

960 

480 

4,800 

4,320 

480 

960 

1,440 

960 

3,840 

2.400 

3,360 

2,880 

480 



St. Louis. 



Wheat. 



13,510 
18,521 
28,675 
11,458 
6,368 
9,000 
18,352 
13.942 
29.874 
10.581 
10,275 
23,923 
25,561 
14,850 
27,835 
17,982 
21,897 
35,778 
33,846 
21.851 1 
41,787 I 
24,512 i 
10,738 
24,927 \ 
32,229 
26,760 ! 



Com. 



Toledo. 



Detroit. 



21,970 
20,240 
58,665 
25,850 
13,080 
9,000 
63,530 
26,055 
66,500 
6.3,880 
49,445 
27,a35 
29,875 
52,320 
92,5.35 
50,650 
36,890 
34,087 
49,250 
40,660 
82,570 
49,615 
23,710 
28,375 
41,785 
43,100 



Wheat. 



79,897 
55,127 
38,464 
61,124 
41,116 
21,014 
30,865 
33,374 
33,105 
23,379 
16,923 
a3,448 
21,689 
24,191 
34,590 
18,309 
34,764 
27,621 
18,228 
23,053 
40,526 
25,805 
41,244 
25,067 
25,454 
33,602 



Corn. Wheat. 



18,874 

7,574 

26,518 

13,178 

9,293 

33,570 

12,501 

20,5''3 

18,688 

15,927 

8,822 

21,092 

20,000 

1,638 

12,708 

9,118 

26,658 

6,738 

15,527 

7,683 

4,828 

3,256 

10,664 

6,677 

3,938 

22,282 



22,131 
27,440 
42,683 
26,102 
39,441 
41,365 
106,461 
48,682 
59,266 
51,493 
29,135 
67,011 
66,999 
26,288 
31,394 
36,269 
50,775 
45,562 
32,.3o3 
30,263 
51,.537 
34,560 
26,599 
45,545 
19,518 
17,723 



Corn. 



5,221 

7,390 

8,410 

543 

14,951 
2,538 

11,793 
5,692 

12,300 
2,085 
1,926 
3,107 
4,111 
7,218 

10,982 
5,841 
3,426 
8,244 
4,285 
8,960 
7,706 
8,030 
7,451 
5,895 
430 



SHIPMENTS. 



Chicago. 



Wheat. Corn 



1 

2 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 



10,438 
41,825 
68,a38 
13,632 
41,950 
9,744 
13,567 
12,9.33 
90,628 
22,029 
32,104 
74,320 
53,752 
74,507 
35,818 
20,965 
9:^,076 
123,984 
110,.587 
65,292 
62,636 
35,443 
27,551 
38,998 
10,692 
14,706 



251,404 
291,362 
586,441 
248.704 
243,638 
330,243 
335,124 
123,209 
460,903 
250,135 
212,602 
83,917 
122,993 
220,958 
427,155 
2.33,288 
379,795 
1.52,240 
258,990 
256,482 
584,895 
136,481 
248,465 
197,380 
186,856 
158,718 



Milwaukee. 



St. Louis. 



Wheat. 



3,2.55 

1,860 
19,100 
31,385 

3,185 

465 

11, .315 

54,465 

2,310 

78,930 

144.860 

K860 

37,465 

63,276 

36,500 

465 

8,965 
90,500 
40,507 

8,930 

1.395 

7^440 
12,.5.55 

1,860 
885 
465 



Corn. 



Wheat. 



2,400 


21,760 





12,190 


96 


17,380 




2,754 




2,065 


50 


.. 





8,870 


1,320 


3,980 




6,770 


ioo 


4,267 


100 


10,6.55 




2,330 


2,000 


2,580 


100 


5,000 





18,.500 


25 


12,657 




8,722 


1.730 


5,058 


1,200 


16,036 





10,472 




975 




1,000 


200 


660 


1,100 


15,705 


20(J 


570 


500 


630 



Corn. 



157,541 

3,324 

2,417 

24,962 

10,268 

133^481 
24,020 

177,742 

14,314 

13,438 

24,118 

8,996 

151,581 
11,617 
58,765 
20,700 
26,225 

123,459 
22,016 
18,220 
46,045 
9,079 
14,100 

141 ,.548 
10,411 



Toledo. 



Detroit. 



Wheat. I Corn. 



18,701 
38,200 
46,500 
28,700 
11,300 
36,600 
49,900 

68^856 
56,-300 
43,361 

1,790 
25,800 

1,077 

2,400 
36,200 
50,000 

4,600 
69,600 
2;i,906 

2,300 
76,800 

1^266 
58,948 
29,619 



37,680 

1,699 

2,600 

26,2.53 

4,500 

500 
2,289 
1,317 
1,430 
5,700 
2,345 

980 
1,150 
3.600 
1,001 

600 
17,104 

500 

1^660 
48,600 
28.250 

3,800 
21,000 
23,600 

1,000 



Wheat. 



15,700 

3,677 

60,000 

112^408 
26,051 
56,945 

122,103 
68,656 
68,512 
33,564 
17,267 
30,519 
32,688 
73,114 
30,677 
66,896 
20,223 
68,052 
34,550 
44,764 
9,504 
1,325 
22,473 

104,690 
66,137 



Corn. 



4,:B24 
4,690 

4^901 
1,610 

3^741 
3,167 
2,047 
6,753 

50,659 
2,.546 
3,070 
8,981 
9,765 

20,537 
4,685 



6,078 
552 
4,149 
1,631 
4,277 
6,.579 
2,560 



.-.^K<tmiJti^l.Jt, 



39 



WHEAT ANB COUl^ AT PROMINENT POINTS 



October, 1886. 



RECEIPTS. 



Kansas Citt. 


Minneapolis. 


DULUTH. 


New York. 


Philadelphia. 


Baltimore. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 


com. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


9,840 


2,337 


171,050 


1,800 


156,884 


47,850 


90,750 


21,0.50 


9,187 


28,1.34 


2,477 


6,857 


1,078 


14o,7.tO 


2,400 


167,723 


215,000 


248,750 


4,652 


7,110 


37,505 


6,295 


3,732 


4,522 


27,500 


60 


124,295 


410,500 


291,750 


14,288 


5,087 


30,332 


2,ft32 


10,587 


9,495 


207,900 


600 


297,114 


83,350 


104,750 


20,405 


3,645 


48,271 


12,900 


18,205 


5.101 


168,850 




189,169 


468,400 


258,050 


7,406 


4,461 


38,079 


14,133 


7,108 




188,100 


600 


117,178 


122,900 


76,550 


20,735 


8,041 


25,541 


7,840 


7,493 


3,654 


139,150 




191,865 


173,950 


74,950 


2,708 


5.121 


27,402 


5,068 


14,211 


2,526 


160,600 


1,200 


179,158 


336,300 


112,000 


21,411 


6,974 


14,ia8 


6,820 


18,170 


1,221 


327,250 


4,200 


101,602 


240,644 


99,500 


12,412 


2,723 


28.893 


8,555 


31,472 


6,413 


190,300 


3,000 


220,358 


228,460 


109,200 


8,483 


11,474 


47,869 


19,231 


12,259 


2,614 


143,000 


600 


127,566 


255,274 


125,100 


16,675 


6,372 


32,531 


21,553 


11,648 


488 


187,000 


600 


191,873 


336,300 


224,700 


9,292 


4,487 


32,197 


15,674 


13,277 


4.280 


64,900 




167,000 


112,150 


98,600 


24,106 


13,:307 


25,073 


12,742 


10,124 


.. 


18,700 





211,644 


427,300 


107,800 


11,635 


10,610 


27,274 


10,207 


12,073 


491 


46,750 





156,724 


346,950 


133,136 


8,140 


6,676 


20,300 


13,608 


24,599 


3,906 


44,550 





211,209 


173,000 


92,000 


22.226 


8,786 


26,351 


1,795 


11,681 


5,294 


30,250 




124,857 


40,700 


90,200 


17,2;i5 


4,761 


15,250 


10,925 


17,192 


7,513 


104,500 


3,666 


84,458 


267,050 


34,650 


20,996 


8,277 


30,666 


15,952 


9,595 


452 


55,000 


1,800 


87,615 


291,600 


64,900 


14,606 


16,399 


28,265 


0,902 


18,295 


910 


141,900 


3,000 


122,978 


138,700 


73,200 


17,112 


4,208 


22,591 


12,211 


8,183 


4,160 


297.000 


600 


166,425 


226,146 


79,400 


25,601 


7,781 


33,659 


17,745 


24,;532 


4,160 


274,450 





251,720 


275,950 


169,050 


18,990 


10,523 


50,016 


31,042 


12,872 


4,679 


194,150 




145,003 


157,350 1 119,600 


19,105 


17,112 


35,033 


23,a38 


12,469 


7,138 


219,450 


1,800 


135,274 


j 


20,856 


10,316 


58,748 


31,368 


11.004 


2,577 


221,100 


2,400 


99,202 


382,950 i 241,750 


31,893 


12,558 


46,356 


23,714 


17,135 


1,799 


195,250 


600 


74,510 


64,950 42,950 


24,544 


14,026 


44,806 


23,078 



SHIPMENTS. 



DTH. 



Kansas Citt. i Minneapolis. 



Wheat. ; Com. 



35,725 

13,150 

5,404 

10,307 

13,002 

6,500 

8,500 

15,583 

9,000 

9,500 

10,000 

16,000 

26,079 

16,000 

5,963 

22,033 

11,041 

7,000 

5,500 

19,030 

9.568 

7^337 

7,007 

8,738 

5,535 

11,362 



10,177 
2,500 

12,499 
8,482 
8,231 

16,084 

10,616 
6,094 
4,180 
3,250 

14,679 
3,065 
6,103 
7,422 

7,oa5 

5.500 
7,073 
5,538 
1,961 
4,730 

60 
5,042 

81 

225 

6,454 

3,941 



Wheat. Corn. 



25,850 
36,850 
31,900 
41,250 
42,900 
41,800 
44,550 
50,050 
60,500 
13,750 
39,600 
17,050 
12,100 
6,050 
8,250 
18,0.50 
8,250 
23,100 
14,850 
15,950 
19,250 
11,000 
35,200 
34,650 
319,000 
34,100 



600 
600 



600 
1,200 



600 



1,200 



600 
600 



DULU 



Wheat. 



166,049 

59,628 
241,346 
237,818 

49,000 
165,693 

96,451 
240,000 
112,900 

40,000 

122^620 

204,000 
87,051 

181,000 
83,202 

113,220 

285,394 
54,000 

1.34,570 
2,157 

129,755 

18,000 

56,585 

42,000 

1,567 



New Yokk. 



Wheat. 



8,364 

68,125 

118,729 

113,469 

111,247 

31,480 

16,961 

32,012 

105^598 
158,000 

33^981 
85,640 

156,621 
59,477 

189,964 

93^642 
102,617 

95,583 
134,537 
101,619 

31^969 
140,558 



Com. 



62,616 
2,654 
75,259 
50,319 
97,730 
9,118 
37,247 
46,528 

123^456 

52,796 

3,905 

4,227 

6,100 

155,489 

48,921 

123,736 

14,792 

76,706 

62,449 

178,283 

51,709 

33,927 

16^645 
77,569 



Philadelphia. 



Wheat. 



2,4*4 

5,799 

2,089 

3,590 

1,247 

929 

153,742 

6,974 

120,757 

2,334 

82,337 

2,195 

1,464 

2,193 

2,651 

80,205 

2,.521 

1,932 

2,470 

3,614 

19,615 

45,483 

10,550 

2,034 

25,361 

96,021 



Corn. 



5,316 
4,550 
7,902 
5,907 
7,705 
7,080 
5,209 
3,699 

12,761 
4,416 
5.282 
5^965 

13,861 
4,312 
6,970 
3,186 
5,-390 
2,915 
6,578 
9,726 
6,463 
4,962 
5,304 
2,384 
6,761 
5,379 



Baltimore. 



Wheat. 



16,000 

56^666 
68,300 

79^666 

143^350 
38,032 

8^400 



Cora. 



8,571 

48^856 
20,6a5 
25,714 



300 



11,945 

72^148 

19,195 
14,720 200,142 
60 
16,000 
41,050 

14^984 I 37/295 



E:MU>:b^-:^^k^ \ 



>'^^:i*vrA:^i!fai^-aa 



40 



DAILY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS OF 



RECEIPTS. 



For the month of 



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 
30 



Chicago. 



Wheat. ' Com. 



82,749 131,064 



283,766 

60,831 

141.167 

96,096 

88,.509 

113,957 

1.51,012 

112,155 

79,031 

89.732 

88,143 

15.5,728 

168,782 

8;3,744 

84,279 

88,802 

8:8,207 

91,661 

82,467 



496,573 

79,087 
237,962 
202,557 
101. a37 
173,891 
274,561 
178,930 

93,288 
100,777 
154,872 
130,793 
278,826 
123,692 
125,.593 

94,711 
123.770 

64.()J3 
106.188 



Milwaukee. 



St. Louis. 



Wheat. Com. Wheat. Com. 



71,7a5 93,097 

94,996 57,504 

a5.729 104,024 

110,003 K)6,657 



56,920 

102^032 
24,165 
36,146 
51,310 
34,556 
41,835 
3,156 1 
49,754 
27,098 I 
20,445 ! 
28,425 ' 
.50,-589 
18,(550 
32,137 1 
.34,220 

1,444 ; 
16,575 1 
21,a55 
12,1.50 

16^.565 
3:8,475 
14.915 
28,490 



9,()(K) 
2,880 
2,400 
2,400 
2,400 
3,360 
2,400 
1,920 
2,400 
1,920 
2,400 

11,000 
3.360 

11. (MO 
5,280 
1,440 
9()0 
1,920 
2,880 

2^^466 

1,440 

480 

6,720 



38,8;W 
27,934 
24,441 
25,720 
35,082 : 
14,100 
10,027 
30,564 
16,959 
17,967 
25,423 
7,970 
7,.548 
16,610 
14,.5.50 
16,732 
22,003 
16,.502 
17,852 

29^176 
14,222 
31,742 
13,373 



3,270 i 36,825 74,475 



74,675 
25,235 
19,800 
25,850 
47,765 
42,750 
22,285 
23,980 
39,605 
34,700 
63,940 
40,665 
43,765 
32,370 
43,943 
39,090 
48,750 
43,475 
22,675 

61^820 
47,169 
52,i50 
29,813 



Toledo. 



Detroit. 



Wheat. Corn. \ Wheat. ! Com. 



30,278 14,961 19,478 



81.480 
a5,.309 
49,672 I 
43,814 I 
26,624 
31,715 
31,645 
33,069 
8,000 
27,855 
22,653 
38,426 
29,715 
34,523 
16,.a38 
24,651 
24,206 , 
22,869 
28,671 

33^698 
24,560 
31,001 
14,840 , 



13,238 

10,262 

4,782 

5,619 

5,031 

18,362 

13,028 

9,160 

9,981 

17,450 

10,885 

18,867 

8,369 

13.293 

5,284 

ia794 

16,903 

31,423 

21,242 

19^913 

19,636 

7,240 

11,206 



46,212 
68,526 
32,283 
40,192 
18,408 
54,387 
31,471 
43,834 
30,628 
29,439 
30,842 
38,936 
26,:M3 
51,403 i 
48,714 i 
42,660 I 
25,716 
23,:M2 ! 
2,903 

24^531 
62,913 
10,792 
58,550 



7,330 

9^517 

6,788 

17,699 

8,083 

2,057 

5,773 

4,680 

13,709 

11,309 

1,078 

9,6.59 

9,127 

12,469 

16,147 

8,658 

5,614 

1,164 

12,511 

13,621 

8^262 
19,576 

8,817 
17,420 



SHIPMENTS. 



Chicago. 



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 

30 



Wheat. 


Com. 


54,481 


406,975 


53,097 


246^727 


20,599 


101..574 


7,163 


129,472 


20,791 


113,2a5 


57,S87 


174,832 


15,663 


164,793 


16,574 


68,203 


13,341 


1.36,233 


12,780 


72,929 


53,643 


109,410 


232,562 


162,362 


4,897 


288,133 


52,425 


171,078 


18,806 


66,256 


16,461 


17,9a5 


18,162 


343,.567 


17,642 


1:80,661 


14,175 


226,514 


23,016 


28,508 


34,878 


203^668 


11,637 


53,927 


8,950 


88,624 


59,0;J5 


109,668 



Milwaukee. 




Wheat 



930 

5^580 
465 
9:80 
465 
9:80 

1^9:88 

1,:895 

9:80 

52^:895 i 
1,414 1 
1,8()0 
l,8(i0 

46,395 

.34.971 

126.i»87 

3,975 

65,000 ; 



874 ■ 
40.517 
37,iB0 



300 



480 
2,480 



430 
1,000 

2,50 
1,000 

'480 



960 



480 
2,000 
1,000 



St. Louis. 



Wheat. 


Com. 


980 


34,865 


zm 


53^40() 


2,118 


132,073 


2,040 


5,473 


1,000 


3,544 


2,116 


21,021 


l,.50O 


11,580 


2,705 


13,462 


1,:83:8 


73,683 


3,590 


15,:i50 


' 2,563 


3,184 


2,660 


5,248 


7,000 


28,871 


1,000 


3,;8(>9 


1,760 


86,435 


530 


25,.560 


3,000 


28,.534 


6,870 


6,.5a4 




12,939 


6,130 


28,470 


2^250 


5^146 


2,960 


23,690 


500 


177,981 



ToL?n)o. 



Detroit. 



Wheat. Com. Wheat. 



15,630 


11,000 


29^391 


1^356 


2,867 


13,:850 


5,080 


6,500 


45,630 


39,400 


1,568 


2,100 


69,4:80 




32,140 


979 


31,:8.20 


11,500 


35,600 


1,000 


25,088 


3,118 


26,988 




48,&50 


40,2(X) 


26,.550 


700 


62,500 


5,308 



8,200 5,928 I 



7.800 


67,700 


33,400 


19,000 


3,600 


1,698 


600 


8,250 


"550 


7^540 


36,400 


6,146 


2,204 


4,791 


125,700 


9,500 



Com. 



122,358 '■ 5,083 



69^673 
;W,048 i 
40,565 i 

3,.325 i 
21,927 I 
45,2,>5 

1,;825 
74,4:84 
56,999 
48,049 
62,:8a3 
58,851 
20,000 
58,887 

7,125 i 
21,3*8 1 
14,175 i 
29,6a5 I 
27,396 I 

47i272' 

34,619 

2,375 

54,071 



13,146 
11,094 
4,302 
2,755 
3,714 
2,173 

6,1 as 

2,130 

3^689 

4,675 

5,806 

8,149 

1,677 

1,994 

21,025 

37,325 

9,907 

11,309 

14;383 
1,641 
1,104 
2,205 



41 



WHEAT AND CORN AT PROMINENT POINTS 



November, 1886. 



RECEIPTS. 



Kansas City. 



Wheat. Corn. 



12,530 

25;582 

21,888 

16,613 

4,698 

14,882 

22,759 

15,843 

7,057 

15,309 

8,821 

11,364 

6,376 

13,496 

2,911 

9,558 

4,610 

5,622 

10.267 

14/260 
19,632 
15,818 
13,391 



Minneapolis. 



7,560 

&,\m 

4,153 
7,850 
7,3i>2 
1,003 

12,446 
9,.594 

15,205 
1,895 
4,209 
535 
6,525 
1,634 
1,062 
3,754 
6.006 
1,105 
1,862 



4,988 
8,579 
7,968 
2,471 



Wheat. Com. 



386,100 

a56i400 
194,700 
179,300 
165,600 
387,150 
331,110 
301,403 
297,000 
321,750 
226,600 
461,450 
262,900 
307,450 
92,400 
11.000 
63,800 
237,600 
189,200 
157,300 

388^850 
108,350 
344,-300 
146,850 



DULUTH. 



Xew York. 



3,000 
1^200 



600 
600 



1,200 
600 
4,200 
3,000 
1,200 
600 
1,200 



3,000 



3,600 

1,800 
1,800 



Wheat. Wheat. 



135,166 

422^446 

137,149 

103,987 

109,149 

69,512 

146,711 

64,888 

99,068 

54,.544 

111.230 

123,8a3 

235,604 

159.054 

153,196 

80,262 

152,952 

195,544 

297,207 

105,278 

105^278 

15,456 

159,962 

181,923 



413,150 

364i7.5l) 
375,350 

47,150 
197,100 
142,400 
322,500 

57.750 
241,200 
291,500 
306,450 
114,000 
264,150 
192..300 

47,850 
158,.550 I 
207,400 
231..500 
170,600 , 
131,400 i 

417;766 ^ 
56,300 i 
167,970 
284.860 



Corn. 



Philadeiphia. 



Wheat. Com. 



83,600 

131^800 
173,500 

59,100 
159,400 

79,550 
135,050 

66,000 
113,000 
132,050 
201,&50 
108,-3.50 

48,500 

41.850 

27,400 
107.450 
202,400 

74,4-50 
118.400 

56,750 i 

248^450 

88,550 

166,700 

141,550 



15,9.31 13,712 



11,441 
19,706 
26,810 
42,296 
36,-344 
39,522 
30,657 
24,507 
14,672 
20,169 
24,108 
22,795 
15,566 
12,656 
16.028 
21.833 
15.899 
17,787 
18,157 

6^085 i 
41,-560 i 
30,195 i 
44,788 



Baltimobb. 



Wheat. 



13,318 

11,087 

12.490 

11,714 

17.-300 

15,-548 

7,-539 

10,441 

4,293 

6,625 

6,707 

5,148 

3.360 

3,a50 

12,084 ' 

5,924 i 

6.111 ■■ 

10,7.56 ■ 

13,260 

"615 

28,948 

2,619 

14,329 



43,482 

46^318 
60,661 
38,480 
44,452 
78,624 
64,101 
22,117 
29,918 
41,267 
39,484 
47,932 
51,326 
-34,1(>4 
32,991 
2.5,295 
23,-379 
-54,246 
44,710 
39,209 

56^261 
41,0-37 
43.929 
51,447 



Com. 



28,472 

43^:123 

18,607 
5,059 
13,733 
73,831 
36,977 
12,780 
16,a31 
;i2,290 
12,-339 
11,431 
24,607 
31,078 
27,967 
17,902 
11,092 
29,778 
4.3,661 
a4,6:57 

2.3I999 
45,981 
73,449 
52,662 



SHIPMENTS. 



Kansas City. 


Minneapolis. 


DULUTH. 


New Y 


ORK. 


Philadelphia. 


Baltimore. 


Wheat. 


Com. 
10,407 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 
557 


Wheat. 


Corn. 
73,992 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


14,419 


17,600 





121,599 


2,714 


6,053 


223,400 


17,142 


21^823 


3426 


78;i66 


"' 


297;884 


220,252 


7.3^48.5 


29429 


5,531 


10,566 


35^666 


19,400 


4,438 


46,750 





95,235 


70,722 


36,229 


2,511 


98,514 




94,250 


1,098 


860 


51,700 





117,582 


47,042 


52,176 


2,907 


103,352 







12,2.32 


2,255 


3,800 







71,194 


946 


505 


2,a56 


36,01)6 


29,563 


16,800 


7,273 


34,600 




197.600 


139,481 


50,554 


.3,654 


7.677 


44,000 





26,985 


3,876 


■ 52,250 








133,667 


186,440 


1,008 


1,362 


85,000 





7,465 


3,592 


43,400 





155,500 


98,973 


27,641 


64,112 


2,990 






7,917 


3,607 


M,900 




322,983 


128,995 


1,119 


5,298 


2,813 


44,666 


1,000 


14,627 


2,865 


3;3.500 





17,000 


192,069 


83,943 


4,316 


66,4a3 





25,542 


25,808 


1,780 


57,750 





50,035 


65,407 


30,368 


171.309 


2,945 







14,900 


1,578 


56,650 






125,038 


12,850 


2,711 


7,807 


32.004 




12,600 


1,483 


85.800 


600 


155,075 


175,500 


42,365 


2,125 


2,695 


147,01X) 


44,510 


10,000 


120 


5-5,550 1 


15,-366 


56,078 


44,016 


1,958 


61,528 


83,498 





16,016 


2.283 


53,350 





62,460 


274,323 


40,890 


3,570 


6,350 






20,200 


1,000 


28,050 





50,100 


47,728 


66,662 


94,694 


3,336 


12,000 


17,142 


17.284 


1,000 


40,700 





110.100 


41,005 


25,971 


28,043 


9,976 








12,000 


4,1313 


59,400 





75,000 


160,234 


90,244 


2,750 


10,764 


43,040 


91,032 


20,410 


3,075 


48,400 




143,133 


16,014 




163 


1,270 






15,161 


3,374 


60,650 





74,000 


113,270 


9,647 


76,500 


23,490 




24,216 


15,154 


2^085 


74^800 


1^266 


154i566 


173421 


3;374 


53484 


6^016 


... 


'.'.'.'. 


24,078 


2,785 


55,000 





92,649 


343,551 


6-3,148 


19,167 


5,893 







9,394 


1,041 


67,6-50 





2,038 


30,738 


46,883 


11,627 


21,523 


82,461 





15,031 


2,000 


105,050 








191,607 


112,128 


42,155 


6,071 


108,000 


98,142 



■*^-***'*^"'*"— ' 



r^ J4»;,>.Mfc^vi6>rja.^-'r ;faJvj:ai..a> 



42 



DAILY RECEIPTS AiVD SHIPMENTS OF 



RECEIPTS. 



For the Month of 



Chicago. 



Milwaukee. 



St. Louis. 



Toledo. 



1 . 

•i 

3 

4 

6 

7 . 

8 . 
9 

10 . 

11 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 . 

18 , 
20. 
■i\ 

•a 

23 
24 
2.5 

27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



137..573 

101.185 1 

72.113 

72,966 

76,290 

139,245 

126.051 

68.419 

75,732 

95,393 

102,479 

145,088 

127,590 

131,804 

100,929 

W,368 

94,333 

142,743 

1.57,812 

85.998 

76.829 

a3.66.5 

128,305 

109,492 

72..385 

64.220 



1%,539 

84.766 

76.208 

76.745 

108.662 

125.129 

273.624 

88.S93 

172,608 

151.467 

142,927 

210.081 

276.:i29 

199.287 

99.966 

89.219 

120.706 ' 

135.244 i 

211.611 : 

130.935 I 
119.714 I 

l&3^24i i 

170.010 

194.697 

226.410 

116,215 



Wheat. 


Corn. 


23,475 


6.240 


23,475 


6.240 


21,515 


1,440 


21,445 


480 


28,482 


2.400 


44,343 


6,720 


19,550 


7,080 


24,205 


2,880 


39..340 


3.360 


a3.916 


2.400 


49,.508 


11.200 


&3,750 


2,400 


39,563 


8,640 


32,5.35 


3.R40 


31, .527 


3,360 


26,270 


2.400 


34.325 


480 


51,6a5 


1,920 


47,120 


91)0 


33.085 


9tlO 


40,060 


1,120 



44.2:50 
a5.725 
39,070 
&5.071 
27,050 



9.(K)0 
7.200 
3.840 
4,.320 



Com. i Wheat. Corn. 



11.447 
20;i87 
24.468 
19,725 
27,070 

9,645 
13,088 
20,049 
24,796 
26.506 
40;.503 
27,122 

9.173 
14,846 
12,222 
15,.503 
15.668 
13.203 
14.850 
16.219 
22,649 

22I456 

4,690 

7.749 

13,403 

14,246 



1.3,600 
13.550 
20,925 
16,945 
52,100 
23.550 
19,800 
26.550 
37.450 
64.275 
94.070 
48,400 
27,0&5 
40.700 
45^220 
50.550 
103.615 
35,200 
60.500 
71.785 
77,000 

134^1656 
44,685 
58..300 
69,300 
63,800 



22.142 

22.512 
31,595 
17,452 
26.722 
26,.588 
24,621 
18.513 
21.102 
:«.*35 
18.-328 
45.-397 
39.029 
39,623 
4;3,116 
47,557 
a3.719 
24.901 
21.927 
1.5,513 
34,267 



.35.8;^ 
21.807 
14.a50 
20.200 
18,204 



12.063 

6^098 

2,7ft3 
13.692 

5.769 
12.441 
12.346 

9.921 
10,500 
1-3,567 
23,807 
22,394 
22.389 

5.4a5 
20,a52 
20.223 
16..518 
25,:i;i0 

9.23:^ 
12.992 

7,523 

14i862 
18.998 
12.613 
9.-594 
19.792 



Detroit. 



Wheat. 



27,582 
37.931 
93,-332 
22.825 
27.945 
59.732 
27,959 
18,274 
00.010 
44.230 

52.660 
34.078 
34,2a5 
18.804 
38.259 
■36.899 
39.075 
20,243 
14,608 
39,847 

20^613 
26,143 
13,088 
28.004 
41,416 



Com. 



600 
14.764 
15,506 
24.508 

8,274 
15,444 
13.4.37 

8.198 
25,229 

2,2.56 
23.742 
45,925 
28,905 
24,4(>4 
26.123 
3:3.925 

ii,4a3 

34.647 
17,091 

ia.3ii 

2,-3.50 

10,678 

2,803 

4,262 

16,9-31 

19,144 



SHIPMENTS. 



Chicago. 



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 



Wheat. 



Corn. 



Milwaukee. 



27,857 
10,361 

9,865 
20.680 

6,822 
2.5,0.50 
18,388 
58,861 
23,658 
11,4;» 
18,767 
50,740 

4,682 
20,824 
29,479 
21 ,.544 
10,840 
35,293 
14,042 
1.3,-530 
23,597 

.33!9i7 
71,940 
:W,405 
41,607 
14,237 



116,287 
138,886 
39.600 
48,130 
38,543 
79.851 
68.672 
46.010 
27..521 
42,865 
44,041 
65.618 
38,416 
39,018 
43,802 
124,059 
105,095 
101,-392 
61. .554 
80^098 
73,295 

74I978 
129,018 
89,315 
41,683 
39,385 



Wheat. Com. 



930 
930 

15^466 

■405 
465 

l"806 
.31.900 



4.().50 

405 

7,440 

9.(K)0 

20..500 

31. .500 



405 

'9-30 

1.800 

930 

930 

932 



1.305 
480 



480 
2.400 



1,S»20 
480 
480 



480 
900 



St. Louis. 



Toledo. 



480 



Wheat. 



370 
7,800 
2,460 
21,094 
13,040 i 
4.8ft3 I 
13,040 I 
9,880 I 
29,890 
10,5.30 
1,180 
1 5.-399 
1.472 
1,000 

"426 

3,oa3 

20.700 

519 
.31,8(X) 
29,993 

21^043 
10,160 

8ia"(H) 
28,023 



Corn. I Wheat. Corn. 



4,8.50 

3,432 

1.150 

214,906 

2.800 

8,410 

25,-300 

3,230 

2,113 

20,250 

iai93 

2.805 

20,105 

0,.505 

1.791 

i;797 

19,625 

39.816 

25.135 

10.-352 

iai64 

24^966 

49,785 

2,429 

1.280 

7.255 



500 
2,000 
1,000 
8,700 
15,500 
7.100 
6.200 
5,.500 
4,451 

2,7.50 ; 

4,031 

19,000 

14,625 i 

0,482 

8,720 

10,994 

10,600 

9.804 

10,020 

8,475 

5,020 

7^300 
8,550 
1,500 
1,434 
12.550 



6,005 
8,710 
1.612 
8.011 
1,.500 
8,500 
8,.547 
7,457 
4,330 
13,500 
12,400 
9.-350 
2.1.50 
6,672 

4!506 
.5.900 
4.307 
12.200 
7.900 
8,569 

5[()66 
11,700 
2,000 
5.430 
6.800 



Detroit. 



Wheat. 



41,4.35 
0.362 

10.6.53 
5,225 
4.968 
7.154 
720 
5.225 

10.-389 

10,793 

ll!466 
3.399 
937 
6.401 
0,025 
3.-325 

10,-398 
4,414 

ll',328 

2^740 
9,975 

2^813 
2,880 



Com. 



497 

1,5.53 

3,184 

4.059 

13,575 

5,643 

5,823 

15,213 

3.721 

13,508 

6.513 

24.541 

2i;924 

13,737 

14,203 

10,836 

2,139 

'630 
5,393 

2,075 

2^579 

18,806 
20,392 

1^099 



i .t.L.i,n.MM& 



43 



WHEAT AND CORN AT PROMINENT POINTS 



December, 1886. 



RECEIPTS. 



Kansas City. 


Minneapolis. 


DULUTH. 


N^EW 1' 


ORK. 


Philadelphia. 


Baltimore. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Corn. 


Wheat. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 


Com. 


Wheat. 

30..38C 


Com. 


6.099 


6,316 


116,050 


600 


90,3a3 


112,400 


30,650 


38,800 


19.190 


44.993 


11.142 


5,658 


62.150 




93.369 


1.38.600 


79.800 


19,073 


12.026 


28, 9W 


29.687 


7.584 


2,613 


47.000 




57,788 


137.500 


32.150 


13.501 


7.580 


47.700 


32.486 


11.107 


7.648 


116,050 


600 


93,551 


121.100 


31,800 


13.582 


12.864 


35.499 


11.948 


4.370 


5,048 


173.800 


1.800 


65.007 


50.050 


27,500 


1,741 


3.656 


40.879 


39.075 


4,019 


11.149 


159..500 


• 


85,770 


121,550 


30,250 


30,736 


16.412 


46.686 


69.549 


11,423 


7,657 


137,500 


600 


111,467 


73,700 


17.050 


20.663 


17.508 


25,547 


33,449 


14.983 


7,473 


137,550 




96,407 


80,300 


12.110 


23,619 


14..343 


46.758 


29.803 


10.295 


3,279 


144,650 




117,583 


40,700 


.37,400 


1.3,849 


7.853 


34.9,-!3 


32.424 


6,787 


3,858 


181,000 


600 


47,586 


35.750 


10.450 


29,420 


21.950 


38.798 


27,954 


17,099 


5,330 


269,500 


2,400 


56,755 


89.650 


56.650 


28,275 


9.453 


46..3&t 


23.708 


9,893 


11,837 


23.600 


1,200 


57,034 


159.500 


33,550 


11,001 


12,522 


54.7u7 


37,064 


11,056 


7,&58 


149,0.50 


3,000 


42,947 


74,410 


22.550 


11.876 


19.192 


62.7!H) 


70.942 


13,975 


6.873 


132,000 


3,000 


29,929 


97,a50 


56,&50 


48.671 


22.799 


62.568 


.53.107 


6,308 


13,762 


130,350 


1.800 


46,486 


70,950 


6,050 


38,197 


41.604 


39.11(i 


53.945 


11,460 


9,402 


121 ..550 


1.800 


87,759 


86.900 


26.400 


32,010 


45.009 


3S.;«4 


3S.:K3 


9,129 


6,872 


268,900 


1,200 


95,605 


122,650 


33,5.50 


12.746 


12.489 


48.312 


&S.840 


7,490 


18,391 


235,000 


600 


93.910 


140.800 


30.800 


4,268 


10,629 


61.737 


96.770 


10,694 


13,714 


148,500 





75.819 


93,500 


27,500 


73,624 


65.245 


29.846 


46.8)3 


13,385 


17.782 


166,650 




78,547 


106,150 


46.200 


66.625 


51,727 


46.743 


&5.993 


3,714 


9,448 


203,500 


2,400 


33,364 


83,050 


33,550 


35,312 


42,881 


64,990 


37.444 


11^386 


2"637 


368^.506 


4,800 


10l!546 


151,250 


118.250 


27^295 


33^666 


444^444 


ATi'Jm 


8,646 


24,941 


111,100 


600 


81,982 


135,850 


89.650 


17.251 


23.889 


81.065 


90.466 


14,689 


9,115 


180.950 


4,200 


58.897 


100,100 


66.5.50 


41.672 


47,126 


56.835 


47,8.56 


15,191 


10.277 


129.800 


2,400 


16,908 


112.200 


63,250 


31,309 


24.147 


27.686 


47.607 


9,201 


15,156 


170.500 





1,053 


59.950 


41,430 


53.033 


57.212 


42.953 


24,047 



SHIPMENTS. 



Kansas City. 



Wheat. 



15,989 
12.200 
16^500 
12,662 
17,125 

5,186 
20,000 

6.429 
15,920 

5,000 

8.222 
32,517 
11,000 

8,050 
18,022 
10,137 
20,300 
15,862 
11,491 
16,173 

4,875 

2^875 

6,659 

13,083 

10,625 

12,807 



Com. 



Minneapolis. 



507 
400 

2^014 
4,589 

3^817 
4,697 
1,000 

1^000 
4,090 

2^500 
2,555 
500 
922 
7,316 
6,621 
3,710 
1,000 

2^376 
3,492 
2,500 
5,225 
3,016 



Wheat. 



47.300 
27.500 
32,450 
74,250 
55,000 
-5,150 
73.1,50 
57,750 
52,800 
42,.3.50 
29,150 
42,900 
78,100 
37,950 
40,700 
47,300 
95.1.50 
66.550 
44,000 
47,a50 
48,950 

t&.m) 
2,450 
36,850 
27,500 
44,500 



Com. 



600 

'600 
600 



600 



1,800 



DULUTH. 



Wheat. 



173,596 

157^000 
499,208 



608 



673 

2,748 



633 



New York. 



Philadelphia. 



Wheat. Corn 



8,194 

96.116 

80,404 

137,054 

96,255 

65,000 

98,614 

47,595 

286,051 

79,219 

134,063 

149,.322 

224.271 

97,983 

57^593 

82,a33 
87.803 

172,849 
36,028 

126,834 

48^585 
196,204 
152,741 

196^915 



a5.814 
129.906 
ia788 
114,793 
28.3.55 
16,927 
15,2a5 
43.593 
2,270 
16.329 
14,593 
49.816 
.53,978 
33,764 
1,000 
98,755 
90.295 
48^961 
34,636 
26,091 
93,007 

75"337 
34,433 
58.194 
15,379 
61.582 



Wheat. Corn. 



1,808 

76,532 

946 

14..595 

109,439 

1,509 
31,393 

1.515 i 
35.3.33 
20,140 
14.413 

2.307 
15,763 

1..589 

2,593 
85.662 

4199 

100,455 

98.-377 

638 

17,865 

45"745 
2,075 
1,141 

74,016 
1.666 



4.995 
3,376 
5.410 
6.189 
4,801 
7,896 
2.818 
1.811 
2.089 
3.777 

17.534 
3.&50 

14.433 
1.697 
8,492 
4,398 
5,114 
7.257 
3,490 

30.445 
4,778 

7^046 

4.816 

5,683 

91.911 

4.221 



Baltimore. 



Wheat. Cora. 



^,510 

i;i3!466 

476,000 

48433 i 

I 

m366 ■ 

31^90.3 
59,450 '. 

! 

16.608 ! 
57^610 ■ 
98,314 
56.000 

aooo 

50,098 
30.300 
96,800! 
4,000 I 



84.&53 

58,000 : 

4oloo6 i 



35,754 

8;666 

85,349 

17^142 



42,110 
34.338 
33.149 
33.713 
1.743 
13,957 
25.000 
73,095 



42,a55 

8.639 

38,597 



44 



GRAIN CROPS OF THE 

Acreage, Product, and Home Value of the Principal 

(As finally estimated by the 



States and Territories. 



Maine 

New Hanipsliire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts .. 
Rhode Island .._ 

Connecticut 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvanisi ... 

Delaware 

Marjiand 

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 

California 

Oregon 

Nevada 

Colorado 

Arizona 

Dakota 

Idaho -. 

Montana 

New Mexico 

Utah 

Washington 

Wyoming 



Totals for 18a5. 
1S.S4. 
1SS3. 

1,S.S1 . 
1S81). 
B79. 
1878. 



Wheat. 



Acres. Bushels. Value. 



41,120 

11,at)T 

22,007 

1,080 

2^]i)3 
687,307 
143,097 
l,38l),2!)4 
89,103 
580.482 
()5],140 
682,888 
220,030 
453,375 

239;467 

38,448 

54.5^468 

240,997 

1,1 7.5,882 

208,961 

1,0.55,700 

2,018,9,52 

1,023,929 

2,518,-i.55 

1,2.55,9(^5 

l,3(i2,785 

3,084,274 

2,(>R3.944 

1,517..598 

1,0()0.2.50 

1.7.55.2,52 

2,822,400 

870,102 

5,570 

12().<.t43 

21,578 

2,187,084 

02,370 

83,804 

73,242 

9{).8(;i 

424,276 

3,180 

»4, 189,240 
39,475,8a5 
36.455,593 
37,067.194 
37.709,020 
37,98t;.7]7 
32,545.950 
3-M08,.500 



506,000 

174,(XX) 

390,000 

17,000 

3l"66{) 

10..565,000 

1 ,395.(X)0 

13,3i5,(X)0 

957.000 

5,.534,000 

2,8;33,0(X) 

2,790,(KX) 

1,170,000 

2,817,000 

1,307"000 
190,000 

6.117^666 

1,565,000 

3,821,000 

1,493,000 

3.759,000 

20,593,000 

31,201,000 

26.059,000 

10,683,000 

15.065,000 

34,285,000 

30.332,000 

11.27.5,000 

11,197,000 

19,828,0(X) 

2(),.592.000 

]3.9]0,(XX) 

103,(XX) 

2,395,0(X) 

3 3.000 

27,9]3,(K)0 

],154.(XX) 

1,715.0(X) 

1,()23,(XX) 

1,920,000 

7,412,0(X1 

66,0(X) 

a57,l]2,0(X) 
512,763.900 
421.080,160 
.504,185.470 
380.280,090 
498,549.868 
448,75C).(30 
420,122,4(K) 



$ 707,500 

215.700 

432,900 

21,2.50 

32^550 

10,142,400 

1,325,250 

12,792.000 

909,150 

5,0,3.5.940 

2,0:W,690 

2,790,0(X) 

1,287,0(X) 

3,070,530 

l,346!2i6 
197,000 

4,893"o6() 

l,.5t)5,(X)0 

3,629,950 

1,. 507, 9.30 

3,-571,050 

18,739,630 

20,259,240 

22,926,740 

8,&53,230 

11,905,400 

23,999,500 

20,322,440 

8.681,750 

7,278,050 

11,301,960 

17,816,640 

9,602,040 

&4,700 

1,963,900 

287,850 

17,585,1'.K) 

865.5!X) 

1,320,550 

1,(W3,400 

1,174,860 

5,33(),040 

.52,8(Mj 



Corn. 



$275,320,390 
a30,801,254 
383,()49,272 
445.602,125 
453,790,427 
474,201,a50 
497.0.30.142 
320,;il0.424 



Acres. 



31,222 

38,380 

61,488 

57.608 

12.818 

.58,140 

731,196 

a50,370 

1,417,030 

216,595 

726,330 

2,132,230 

2,545.126 

1,487,341 

2,857,700 

420,070 

2,316,114 

l,i)27,3!l2 

917,377 

4,090,443 

1,898,327 

3,569,590 

005,409 

3,.551,667 

3,017,464 

938,682 

3,720,681 

8,559,036 

1,088,019 

648,913 

.7,.549,542 

6,295,728 

4,884,.550 

3,.526,475 

155,200 

6,479 

847 

27,830 

2,993 

530,100 

1,911 

880 

47,072 

13,742 

3,371 



Bushels 



73,130,150 
69,683,780 
68,301,889 
65,650,546 
64,2()2,025 
62,317.842 
53,0a5,4.50 
51 ..585,000 



1,009,000 

1,299,000 

1,979,000 

1,961.000 

429,000 

2,033,000 

22,448,000 

]1.212,(XX) 

40,074,(XX) 

4,174,000 

15,999,000 

31,83S.(XX) 

25,199.001) 

13,4.53,000 

32,162,000 

3,799,(XM) 

31,405,(XX) 

25,705,000 

15,410,(XX) 

84,406,000 

38,309.0(X) 

75,.58],000 

15,827,000 

90,509,000 

111,865,(XX) 

30,706,000 

131,994,000 

268,998,000 

32,750,000 

ia431,000 

242,496,000 

196,861,000 

158,390,000 

129,420,000 

3,840,0(X) 

148,000 

21,000 

a59,0(X) 

66,000 

15,345,000 

41,000 

22,000 

979,(KX) 

409,0(M) 

89,000 



1,^36,170,000 
1,795,528.432 
1,551, 066,856 
1,017,025,100 
1,194,910,000 
1,717,434,543 
1,-547,901,790 
1,388,218,750 



Value. 



$ 706,300 

922,290 

1,266,560 

1,372,700 

308,880 

1,280,790 

13,019.840 

5,t»42,360 

22.576,260 

1,669,(500 

7,a59,540 

14,963,860 

13,8.59,450 

7,5a3,680 

18,653,960 

2,6.59.300 

17.272;750 

]a9]3,100 

8,167,300 

41,a58,940 

17,622,140 

29,470,590 

6,a30,8(X) 

31,699.150 

35.796.800 

10,440,040 

38,278,260 

75,319,440 

ll.!.a5,000 

5,897,920 

.58,199,040 

49.215,250 

38,0ia600 

24,590,940 

2,611,200 

103,600 

15,750 

652,120 

49,500 

4,296.000 

33,620 

17,(KX) 

763,')20 

245,400 

63,190 



$685,074,630 
040,785,859 
658,051,485 
7a3,867,175 
759,482,170 
679,714,499 
580,486,217 
441,153,405 



45 



UNITED STATES, 1885. 

Orain Crops of the United States in 1885. 
U. S. Agricultural Department.) 



Oats. 


Rye. 


Baklet. 


Acres. 


Bushels. 
2,622,000 


Value. 


Acres. 


Bushels. 


Value. 


Acres. 


Bushels. 


Value. 


84,570 


S 1,048,800 


2,385 


29.000 


« 24,327 


12,302 


276.000 


$ 190,140 


31,506 


1,092.000 


458,640 


3.280 


41,000 


34,030 


3,745 


84,000 


58,141 


104,565 


3,806,000 


1,408,220 


6.418 


85,000 
'v 275,000 


62.691 


11,711 


295,000 


306,532 


24,267 


753,000 


323,790 


24,294 


222;363 


3,248 


82.000 


59.165 


6,353 


167,000 


73,480 


1.372 


15,000 


12,375 


791 


19,000 


13.756 


38,263 


1,090,000 


457,800 


29,393 


382,000 


286,582 


632 


14,000 


10;381 


1,385,245 


38,676,000 


13,923,360 


241,661 


2,&58,000 


1,781,042 


339,922 


7,478.000 


5,309.582 


183,451 


3,556,000 


1,315,720 


105.588 


1,140,000 


741,228 


257 


5.000 


3; 752 


1,304,023 


34,326,000 


12,357.360 


402,179 


3.298,000 


2,176,593 


26,194 


485,000 


339,212 


21,197 


501,000 


190,380 


&57 


6.000 


4,500 











111,100 


2,475,000 


866.250 


30,759 


240,000 


155.948 


277 


6,'()66 


4,083 


621.230 


8.664,000 


3,552;240 


48.216 


323,000 


216,441 


1,175 


20.000 


12.984 


599;il7 


4,483,000 


2.241.500 


64.895 


273,000 


231,675 


276 


3,000 


3,312 


413,963 


3,510,000 


1,895,400 


8;036 


32.000 


•32,144 


1,236 


16,000 


17.675 


709,640 


6,395,000 


3,389,a50 


26,814 


121,000 


136,349 


1,699 


24,000 


26,143 


53.611 


519,000 


347.730 
















401,772 


4,915,000 


2.6.54.100 


5,938 


28,000 


30,766 








355,001 


3,962,000 


2,179,100 



















36,875 


420,000 


197.400 


















512,006 


14,211.000 


5,258.070 


5,821 


41,000 


27,300 


7,993 


130,000 


70,354 


251.284 


5,313,000 


2,3!)0.850 


4,114 


27.000 


21,393 








620;C96 


10,752,000 


3,6.55,680 


34,692 


180,000 


137,102 


3,112 


42,666 


26;647 


138,0£9 


2.831,000 


990,850 


17,744 


89,000 


62,104 


578 


9.000 


4,959 


491,545 


10,225,000 


3.374,250 


93,347 


495,000 


351,265 


19,564 


342,000 


229,388 


1,003,680 


37,470,000 


10,116,900 


35,394 


389,000 


233.600 


40,683 


832,000 


557,408 


615,800 


21,789,000 


6,100,920 


22,118 


250,000 


147,460 


51,874 


1,209,000 


725,198 


1,014,630 


27,178,000 


6.794,.500 


25,256 


278,000 


163,911 


15,398 


266,000 


146,512 


3,290.081 


107.968.000 


25,912,320 


181,277 


2.302,000 


1,220,176 


41.361 


1.001,000 


570,534 


1,412,474 


47;778,000 


12,422,280 


176,162 


2,167.000 


1,126,732 


415,285 


9,302.000 


4.372.120 


1,076.3P3 


37,544,000 


9,386,000 


32,710 


500,000 


240,222 


337.525 


8,0a3,000 


3.293,.569 


2,210;338 


74,718,000 


16,437.960 


127,4.59 


1.746,000 


803.246 


22i;999 


5,106,000 


1,991.331 


1,267,849 


28.312,000 


7,361.120 


48.552 


505,000 


282,767 


7,006 


156,000 


81.242 


853,920 


27,145,000 


6.243.350 


205,461 


2,383,000 


953,339 


42,145 


877,000 


298.049 


700,048 


24,028.000 


4.565.320 


69,407 


923,000 


304,627 


177,150 


3,862,000 


1.274,417 


78,(X)8 


2,106,000 


1,010,880 


30,105 


310,000 


2a5,662 


701,809 


12.703,000 


10.035,167 


193,397 


5,798.000 


2,145,260 


1,338 


20,000 


15,053 


34,845 


704,000 


344.896 


7,858 


271,000 


127.370 











23,272 


465,000 


377,006 


45,478 


1,698,000 


781,080 


1,966 


35,000 


23,710 


6,494 


156.000 


93,514 










.. 




22,362 


447.000 


357,792 


a52^86o 


13,229.000 


3,042!670 


9,433 


113,666 


63.390 


96,075 


2,402.000 


888,694 


34,088 


1,032,000 


412,800 


1,095 


13,000 


7;556 


13,582 


&53.000 


264,849 


53.560 


1,775.000 


745,500 











2,353 


71.000 


54,354 


13:841 


282,000 


112,800 








3,240 


63,000 


.53,1.52 


27,687 


845,000 


3M.200 


2,310 


22,000 


11,192 


13,098 


288,000 


149.841 


80,357 


3,095.000 


l,021.a50 


1,455 


22,000 


14,025 


27,191 


734,000 


35;i,395 


2,625 


84,000 


36,960 
$179,631,860 


--- 


---- 


.... 


2,729,359 


.... 


.... 


22,783,630 


629,409,000 


2,129,301 


21,756,000 


$12,594,820 


58,360,000 


$32,867,696 


21,300,917 


5&3,628,000 


161,528,470 


2,343,963 


28,637,594 


14,a55,255 


2,608.818 


61,206,652 


29,781,155 


20,324,962 


571,302,400 


187,040,264 


2,214.754 


28,058.583 


16,300,503 


2,379,009 


50,136,097 


29,430.423 


18,494,691 


488,250,610 


182,978,022 


2,227,880 


29,960,037 


18,439,194 


2,272,103 


48,953,926 


30,768.015 


16,831,600 


416,481,000 


193,198.870 


1,789,100 


20,704,950 


19,327,415 


1,967,510 


41,161,a30 


33,862^513 


16,187,977 


417,885,380 


150.243,565 


1,767,619 


24,540,829 


18,564,560 


1,843,329 


45,165,346 


30,090.743 


12,683,500 


363,761,320 


120,.533.294 


1,625,450 


23,639,460 


15,507,431 


1,680.700 


40,283,100 


23.714.444 


13,176,500 


413,578,560 


101,945,830 


1,622,700 


25,842,790 


13,592,826 


1,790,400 


42,245,630 


24,483,315 



^.^i^^^Md£^^kida&aiik«^^.Ai.J: 



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46 



CROPS 



Preliminary (December) Estimate of the United States Agricultural 



States and Territories. 



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- 



Wheat. 




Michigan.. 
Indiana ... 

Illinois 

Wisconsin. 
Minnesota. 
Iowa 



Missouri 

Kansas 

Nebraska 

California 

Oregon 

Nevada 

Colorado 

Arizona 

Dakota 

Idaho 

Montana 

New Mexico . 

Utah 

Washington.. 
Wyoming 



Totals . 



41.537 

11,154 

21,567 

1,080 

"'"^",193 
680,493 
144,528 
1.435,506 
94,790 
586,287 
683,697 
696,546 
187.026 
885,954 



222,704 
43,062 

529404 

231,357 

1.199,400 

287,788 

1,111,728 

2,688,468 

1,662,721 

2,721,526 

2,015,400 

1,281,018 

3,067,851 

2,657,105 

1.662,721 

1,272.300 

1.579,727 

3,104,640 

884,640 

5,570 

122,152 

22,010 

2,675,350 

65,489 

88,896 

80,566 

101,704 

445,490 

3,339 



36,806,184 



Bushels. 



600,000 

169.000 

410,000 

17,000 

"36^666 

11,093,000 

2,260,000 

18,255,000 

1,177,000 

7,194,000 

5,581,000 

3,209,000 

936,000 

1,690,000 

l",529i666 
173,000 

5",383!666 

1,815,000 

8,024,000 

3,061,000 

12,405,000 

40,362.000 

26,572;000 

40,255,000 

27,562,000 

14,725,000 

42,856,000 

32,455,000 

21,986,000 

14,556,000 

17,449,000 

36,165,000 

ll,ia3,000 

72,000 

:ii,419.000 

297,000 

30,704,000 

1,039,000 

1,509,000 

921,000 

1,541,000 

7,560,000 

63,000 



Value. 



$720,000 

199,420 

451,000 

17,000 

"35^280 
9,318,120 
1,943,600 
15,1.51,650 
988,680 
5,899,080 
4,520,610 
3,209,000 
1,010,880 
1,774,500 

1,636^030 
190,300 

4'.844!;700 

1,542,750 

6,258,720 

2,448,800 

8,931,600 

29,867,880 

19.397,560 

28;i78,500 

19,017,780 

10,013,000 

26,142,160 

19,473,000 

13,851,180 

8,442,480 

8,201,030 

26,400,450 

7,570,440 

54,000 

l,6a3,300 

276,210 

15,966,080 

748,080 

1,131,750 

644,700 

955,420 

5,065,200 

44,100 



457,218,000 



$314,226,020 



_:i. 



47 



OF 1886. 



Department of the Crop of Wheat, Corn, and Oats produced in 1886. 



Corn. 


Oats. 


Acres. 


Bushels. 


Value. 


Acres. 


Bushels. 


Value. 


31,534 


989,000 


$662,630 


90,490 


2,701,000 


$1,080,400 


33,578 


1,364,000 


927.520 


32,766 


1,081,000 


443,210 


62,718 


2,058,000 


1,358,280 


106,656 


3,844,000 


1,422,280 


58,821 


1,922,000 


1,268.520 


24,267 


738,000 


324,720 


12,946 


408,000 


273,360 


6,3.53 


181,000 


80,960 


58,140 


1,992,000 


1.254,960 


39,027 


1,123.000 


471,660 


716,572 


22,426,000 


12,558,560 


1,399,097 


40,223,000 


l-x,078,050 


346,866 


9,418,000 


4,709,000 


137,455 


3,734,000 


1,344,240 


1,438.285 


40,545,000 


19,056,150 


1,317,063 


37,759,000 


12,838,060 


216,595 


3,590,000 


1,507,800 


21.409 


492,000 


172,200 


719,073 


15,039,000 


6,466,770 


113,322 


2,470.000 


815,100 


2,110.908 


32,793,000 


14,756,850 


633,655 


8.577,000 


2,916,180 


2,596,029 


27,215,000 


15.512,550 


635,064 


6,276,000 


2,824,200 


1,457,594 


13,318,000 


7,990,800 


393,265 


3,440,000 


2,132,800 


2,886,277 


31,197,000 


18,718,200 


589,001 


5,301,000 


3,180,600 


441,074 


4,597,000 


3,263,870 


51,467 


489,000 


308,070 


2,393,036 


28.893,000 


17,335,800 


409,807 


4,718,000 


2,925,160 


1,946,666 


25.507.000 


15.049,130 


355.001 


3,368,000 


2,121,840 


935,725 


14,640.000 


8,052,000 


36,138 


361.000 


187,720 


4,417,678 


69,213;000 


Sd. 759,280 


552,966 


11,369,000 


5,684,-500 


2,069,176 


42,140,000 


20,648,600 


263,848 


4,749,000 


1,994,580 


3,533,894 


73.314,000 


29,325,600 


638,699 


7,920,000 


2,5.34,400 


665,409 


15,194,000 


6,-381,480 


139,419 


2,803,000 


840,900 


3,516,150 


88.758,000 


30,177,720 


486,630 


10,219,000 


3,270,080 


2,987,289 


96.204,000 


3.3,671,400 


983,606 


31,850,000 


8,918,000 


948.069 


27,aS5,000 


10,501,300 


628,116 


18,531,000 


6,297,140 


3,720,681 


118,795,000 


38,014,400 


1,034,923 


31,798,000 


8,585.460 


8,559,036 


209,818,000 


65.043,580 


3,257,180 


103,649.000 


26.948,740 


1.109,779 


28,493,000 


10,542,410 


1,398,349 


39,656,000 


11,103,680 


668,380 


19,905,000 


6,767,700 


1,184,032 


40,735.000 


10,183,750 


7,927,019 


198.847,000 


59,654,100 


2,298,752 


78,454,000 


18,044,420 


6,484.600 


143.709,000 


44.549.790 


1,305,884 


30,577,000 


7,644,250 


6,812,615 


126,712,000 


34,212,240 


964,930 


25,516,000 


6,379,000 


3,879,123 


106,129,000 


21,225,800 


742,051 


21,865,000 


4,154,350 


156,752 


4,262,000 


2,642,440 


80,348 


2,317,000 


1,019,480 


6,673 


178,000 


133,500 


199,199 


5.102.000 


2,142,840 


855 


22,000 


16,720 


7,858 


250,000 


125,000 


29,778 


938,000 


469,000 


48,207 


1,591,000 


668,220 


3,020 


67,000 


53,600 








662,625 


15.805,000 


5,847,850 


^^600 


2d',65i;666 


6",m^.306 


1.950 


42,000 


28,140 


34,770 


1,078,000 


592.900 


890 


22,000 


14,300 


56,774 


1.987,000 


1,092,850 


48,625 


973,000 


681,100 


15.087 


528,000 


253,440 


13,330 


267,000 


160,200 


28,794 


858,000 


343,200 


3,375 


88,000 


66,000 


88,393 


3,126,000 


1,406,700 








2,756 


86,000 


47,300 


75,694,208 


1,665,441,000 


$610,311,000 


23,658,474 


624,134,000 


$186,137,930 



itAjKKv^waj|a|jt;j,_^B,;ijl^.. -^ 



. • *j ■"..— .a»--,.-.^i^..»,^A>iiaata.-,i--.r, '-SSn 



48 



WHEAT RAISED AXD CONSUMED 



Counties. 



Adams 

Alexander . . . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown - 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign .. 
Christian — 

Clark 

Clay ...- 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland . 

DeKalb. 

De Witt 

Douglas 

Du Page 

Edgar 

Edwards — 
Effingham . . . 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton . . 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson.. 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jeiferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess . . 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee . . 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence 

Lee — 

Livingston . . . 



Acreage 
1886, 


Bushels 


Bushels 




Bushels 


Bushels 
used 




returned 


pro- 


required 


Popula- 


con- 


for seed 


Surplus. 


by 
assessors. 


duced, 
1886. 


for 
seed.* 


tion. t 


sumed.t 


and 
cons'mp- 












tion. 




75,.589 


1,209,424 


100,785 


65,063 


260,252 


361,037 


848,.387 


8.-J78 


165,560 


11,037 


16,290 


65,160 


76,197 


89.303 


28,738 


344,856 


38,317 


16,360 


65,440 


103,757 


241.099 


l.()K5 


25,877 


2,247 


12,680 


50,7^20 


52,967 





2;i,()25 


401,623 


31.500 


]4,34« 


57,392 


88,892 


312,731 


10,715 


253,.58() 


14.287 


36,508 


146,032 


160..319 


93.201 


13.825 


235,025 


18.4&3 


8,218 


32,872 


51 ,.305 


ia3,720 


4.'m 


60,862 


6,045 


18,683 


74,732 


80,777 




]8.;i39 


421.377 


24.452 


1.5,943 


63.772 


88,224 


a33.1.53 


17.280 


342,805 


23,040 


44.956 


179,824 


202,864 


130.941 


40,();i5 


725,446 


64,180 


31,055 


124,220 


178,400 


547.046 


20,022 


200,200 


26.096 


24,090 


96,.360 


123,056 


77,144 


11.173 


55.865 


14,897 


17,814 


71,256 


86,153 




59,318 


593,348 


79,091 


20,590 


82,.360 


161,451 


431,897 


13,804 


263,374 


18,485 


29,760 


119,040 


1.37,525 


125.849 


2,-153 


32,505 


3,271 


668,491 


2,673,904 


2,677,2a5 




27,9(i0 


346,080 


37,280 


17,809 


71,236 


108,516 


237,564 


13,214 


171,782 


17,619 


15,1:38 


60.552 


78,171 


9.3;511 


2(55 


4,770 


a53 


29,451 


117.804 


118,157 




2,093 


89,921 


3,591 


18,715 


74,860 


78,451 




6,7.53 


1»1,996 


9.004 


17,443 


69,772 


78,776 


56,220 


1,380 


34.500 


1,840 


21.106 


a4,424 


86.264 




3:^039 


490,110 


44.0.52 


28.0.54 


112,216 


156,268 


a39,a42 


18,047 


91.775 


24,063 


9,460 


37,840 


01.903 


29,872 


26,8(;6 


188.170 


35,821 


20.816 


a3,264 


119,0a5 


()9,oa5 


23,824 


285,888 


31,705 


25,.507 


102,268 


l.S4,0a3 


1.51, a55 


271 


4,484 


301 


16,615 


66,460 


66,821 


.. 


18,9.53 


208,483 


25,271 


17,742 


70,968 


96,239 


112,244 


37,413 


918,402 


49.884 


45,374 


181,496 


231,380 


687.082 


42,872 


814,5()8 


57.163 


14,148 


56,5!)2 


11.3,755 


700,813 


5.101 


72,&52 


6,881 


25,315 


101,260 


108,141 





221 


3,560 


295 


18,412 


73,048 


7.3,943 




17,390 


121,772 


23,195 


18,383 


73,.5.32 


96,727 


25,045 


28,402 


505,800 


37.949 


38,887 


1.55.548 


ia3,497 


372,;303 


7,815 


109.426 


10.420 


6,026 


26.. 504 


36,924 


72,502 


5,402 


125,146 


7,203 


11,830 


47..320 


54,.523 


70,623 


7,489 


143,8K3 


9.985 


40,270 


161,080 


171,0a5 





3,302 


55,63;i 


4.403 


39,003 


1.56,012 


160,415 





42,323 


507,876 


50,431 


24,759 


99.036 


1.55,467 


352,409 


13,813 


%,691 


18,417 


15.966 


63,804 


82,281 


14,410 


21,627 


108,135 


28,a30 


22,7.55 


91.020 


119,856 





2,818 


36,826 


3,7.57 


17,101 


08,404 


72,161 





4.017 


80,340 


5,.3.56 


30,287 


121,148 


126,504 


_ 


17.880 


196,680 


23,840 


14,:^7 


57,548 


81,388 


115,292 


929 


18,366 


1,239 


49,4.52 


197,808 


199,047 





1,271 


25.718 


1,095 


27,457 


109.828 


111,523 





.3.50 


6,070 


407 


14,-392 


57,568 


.58,0.35 





5,432 


135,800 


7.243 


42,196 


168,784 


176,027 





3,210 


51,4.56 


4,288 


23,429 


93,716 


98,004 





7,014 


108,2.52 


10.1.52 


77,462 


309,848 


320,000 




31,547 


441,064 


42,063 


1.5,029 


60,116 


103,179 


.339,485 


5,278 


116.371 


7,037 


30,243 


120,972 


128,009 





1,292 


21. .544 


1,723 


42,295 


169.18!) 


170,903 






27,09!) 
19;8i.5 

30!2A8 
2,644^7.30 



113,387 
38,530 

5L7&4 



62,337 



.35,489 
70,377 



27,182 

104,782 



11,721 
.35,335 

46,164 

180^681 
a5,805 
51,365 
40,227 
46,548 

211,748 

11,638 
149,.359 



■ 1 ^ bushels per acre. t Ten per cent additional 



49 



(SPRIIS^a AXD WINTER). 



Counties. 



1886 i Bushels Bushels I 
returned i ^V^o- ; required 
)jy i duced, j for 

assessors. 



1886. 



seed.* 



i 

Logan i 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison . - 

Marion 

Marshall. 

Mason _. 

Massac i 

McDonough i 

McHenry I 

McLean i 

Menard : 

Mercer ! 

Monroe : 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Moultrie 1 

Ogle - .--- 

Peoria 

Perrv 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope.- 

Pulaski ! 

Putnam 

Randolph 

Richland 

Rock Island 

Saline.- 

Sangamon 

Schuvler 

Scott". 

Shelbv... 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson 

Tazewell 

I'nion 

Vermilion 

Wabash 

Warren 

Washington 

Wavne 

White 

Whiteside 

Will 

Williamson 

Winnebago 

Woodford 



23,631 

12,142 
68,072 
10,017 
21,614 

1,697 
28.247 
19;i47 

4,533 

4,768 

4,137 
26,160 

3,609 
57,330 
55,820 
30,272 

7,408 

5,518 

6,662 
28,951 

4,501 
74,418 
13,599 
10,771 

1,918 
80,3»4 1 
19,875 i 

3,212 1 
14.9a5 i 
31 '430 j 
29,951 ! 

8,454 I 
32,899 I 

1,455 
107. 7a3 I 

71391 ; 
25,468 \ 
16,701 
21.355 ' 
22,545 i 

2,096 I 
101.808 
2.5.132 i 
39;846 ; 

4,922 

1,519 ■ 
21,a58 ; 

2,598 i 

4.749 i 



607,518 
230,402 
885,749 
140,238 
216,170 

38.159 
564,728 
268,058 

75,021 
100,722 

92,208 
549,360 

67,769 
917,280 
a37.322 
575,168 
111,136 

94.618 
157,176 
146,350 

97,372 
967.686 
136,144 
140.023 

32;4ai 

643,072 
159,000 

47.002 
194;452 
659,235 
537.380 
160,584 
657,272 

27.222 
1,185;213 
127,766 
557,335 
283.864 
426,968 
315,630 

35,372 
814,464 
126,671 
478,152 
103,750 

24.906 
303; 458 

41.907 
103;647 



Totals. 



1,991,336 28,284,086 



31,508 

16,189 

90.763 

13,a56 

28,819 

2,263 

37.663 

25,.529 

6,044 

6,357 

5,516 

34,880 

4,812 

76,440 

74,427 

40,363 

9,877 

7,357 

8,883 

38.601 

6,001 

99,224 

18,132 

14,361 

2,557 

107,179 

26..500 

4;283 

19,913 

41,907 

39,935 

11,272 

43,865 

1.940 

143,644 

9,855 

33,957 

22,268 

28.473 

30,060 

2,795 

1.35.744 

a3,.509 

53,128 

6,.563 

2,025 

28,877 

3,464 

6.332 



2,655,115 



Popula- 
tion, t 



27,545 
33,738 
41,475 
55.155 
26.061 
16;540 
17,868 
11,487 
30,782 
27,405 
66,126 
14,.3.31 
21,451 
15.050 
30,895 
34,671 
15.075 
32;941 
60.9()1 
17,609 
17,141 
37,137 
14,582 
10,458 
6,110 
28,260 
17,101 
42,145 
17,534 
58,192 
17,874 
11,819 
a3,310 
12,-330 
68,035 
35,167 
32.647 
19;910 
45,760 
10,ft39 
2.5,2.34 
23,229 
23,427 
25..398 
33,977 
58,766 
21.259 

a3;570 

28,7a3 
3,-386,493 



Bushels 

Bushels ^ used 

con- for seed 

sumed.i ^^^ 

:cons mp- 

tion. 



Surplus. Deficit. 



110,180 

134,952 

165,900 

220,620 

104,244 

66,160 

71.472 

45^948 

123.128 

109:620 

264..504 

57..324 

a5;804 

60,200 

123.580 

138,684 

60..300 

131.764 

243,844 

70,436 

68,564 

148,548 

58.-328 

41,8-32 

24,440 

113.040 

68,404 

168,.580 

70.136 i 

232:768 ! 

7i:496 I 

47,276 I 

ia3,240 I 

49,320 ■ 

272,140 

140.668 

1-30,588 , 

79.()4() 

183,040 

43.756 ' 

100.936 

92,916 1 

93,708 

101,592 

135.908 

2.a5,064 

85,036 

134.280 

95.172 



141,688 
151.141 
2.561663 
233;976 
1-33,063 

68,423 
109,l.a'j 

71,477 
129,172 
115,977 
270,020 

92.204 

90:616 
136.6*0 
198,007 
179.0*7 

70.177 
139,121 
2.52,727 
109,037 

74,565 j 
247.772 i 

76,460 I 

56,193 I 

26,997 ! 
220,219 I 

94.904 1 
172.863 1 

90.049 : 

274,675 : 
111,431 , 

58,-548 
177.105 1 

51.260 i 
415,784 i 
1.50,523 ' 
164.545 
101.908 
211.513 

73,816 
m3.731 
228,660 ; 
127.217 
154^720 
142,471 i 
237,089 : 
113,913 
1-37,744 
101,504 



46-5.8-30 

79,261 

629,086 

8.3;i67 

4.55,.59.3 
196,-581 



457,1.56 

780^640 

6:39.315 

396,121 

40,959 



37,313 
22,807 

719,914 

59,684 

83.a30 

5^407 

422.853 
64,096 

m.m 

-384.560 
425,949 
102.036 
480,167 

769^429 

.392^79() 
18i;956 
215.455 
241,814 

585^804 

323^432 



189,.545 
2443 



93,738 
.30^2t>4 



.54,1.51 
15.255 

177,812 

22^847 



44.5(« 
95..551 



125.861 



24,038 
22;757 

68^3.59 

1^546 

38^721 
212,183 

95^837 



13,545,972 16,201,087 17,302,784 5,219,785 



to census of 1880. J Four bushels per capita. 



oO 



TABLE SnOWIXG DATE 

Of each year from the ^Viufer of 1S7.J-7J to fhe Winter of 1SSG-S7 at prominent 

Longitude of 

(Collated from the United State.x 



Stations. 



Galveston 

New Orleans _- 

Savannah 

Vicksburg 

t'harleston 

Little Koc'k 

Memphis 

Nashville 

Cairo 

St. Lt)uis. 

Washington ... 

Cincinnati 

Baltimore 

Leavenworth .. 

Denver 

Indianapolis .. 

Springfield 

Philadelphia .. 

Keoknk ._ 

Pittsburgh 

Omaha 

Xew York 

Cleveland 

Davenport 

Des Moines 

Toledo 

Chicago 

Detroit 

Dubnqne 

Albanv 

Buffalo 

Yankton 

Milwaukee 

Grand Haven.. 

Rochester 

Oswego 

La Crosse 

St. Panl 

Alpena 

Mackinaw City 

Martiuctte 

Bismarck 

Dnltith 

Moorehead 

St. Vincent 



ititude. 


Longi- 




tude. 


29.18 


94.47 


29.58 


90.4 


32,5 


81.5 


32.22 


90. 5;^ 


32.47 


79. 50 


34.45 


!>2,0 


45.9 


90.3 


3t).lt) 


80.47 


37.0 


89.10 


38.38 


<K).12 


38.54 


77.2 


39. () 


84.30 


39.18 


70.37 


39.19 


1U..57 


39.45 


105.0 


39.40 


80.10 


39.48 


89.39 


39.57 


75.9 


40.22 


91.26 


40.32 


80.2 


41.16 


95.56 


40.43 


74.0 


41.30 


81.42 


41.30 


!)().;W 


41. :W 


93.37 


41.40 


8:^.34 


41.52 


87.38 


42.20 


83.3 


42.30 


<M.U 


42.39 


73.45 


42.53 


78.53 


42.54 


97.28 


43.2 


87.54 


43.5 


86.18 


4:^.8 


77 42 


43.29 


76.:i5 


4;i.49 


91.15 


44.58 


93.3 


45.5 


mM 


45.47 


84.39 


4ti.:l4 


87.24 


4(i.47 


100. :i8 


4ti.4S 


i)2.0 


4ti.52 


iKi.44 


48. 5() 


97.14 



WlN- 



1872-73. 1873-74. 1874-75. 



Dec. 24.. Jan. 5.. Jan. 9.. 
I Nov. 30.. Nov. 20.. Nov. 26.. 
I Oct. 15.. " 14.. Oct. 15.. 

|B Oct. 7.- Nov. 29.. 

iB i '■ 8.. •' 30-. 



iOct. 



Nov. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

B... 



11.- 
11.. 
11-- 

3- 

«.. 
12-- 

5- - 
11-. 

5. . 



Oct. 



21.. 

7. . 

23.. 



Sept. 



29. 
19. 

18- 
14- 



Oct. 13. 

■' 14- 

•' 13. 

" 12. 

■' 14. 

" 13- 
Nov. 1 . 
Oct. 9- 

• 25. 
Sept. 29. 



1875-76. 



A 

Dec. 18. 

Oct. 17. 

•' 20. 

Dec. 10. 



Oct. 12. 

■' 12. 
2. 

•' 12. 

" 12. 

" 12. 

•• 14. 
Sept. 18. 
Oct. 24. 
Sept. 21- 



Oct. 31. 
B 

1::::::: 

Nov. 5. 

B. 

Oct. 23. 



Nov. 2. 
Sept. 30. 

B 

B 

B 

B 

Sept. 19. 



B 

B 

Oct. 15. 
Sept. 15. 

I •• 24. 
Oct. 15. 

I •• 12. 



iOct. 14. 
Sept. 27- 

•' 28- 



Sept. 20. 
I " 19. 
Oct. 0. 
jSept. 7. 



:oct. 

Nov. 
Sept. 

Oct. 



jOct. 21.. 

jOcu" ii"' 
[B 

!b- - 

Oct. 17-- 
B 

Sept. 22-- 



lOct. 15- 
'Sept. 13- 
Oct. 7- 

B 

Sei)t. 15- 
Oct. 29- 
Sept. 14- 
I " 12. 



13. 
1. 
3. 

30. 
5. 

I '• 15. 
Sept. 15- 
Nov. 2- 
Oct. 19. 

" 12. 

'• 15. 
Sept. 15. 

•' 15. 
Oct. 14. 



B B... 



B 

Sept. 11. 



Seid. 



Oct. 20. 

Seiit. 15. 

• 15. 

'• 14. 

'• 15. 



Oct. 9. 
Sept. 11. 
B 

Sept. 20. 
Nov. 2. 
Sept. 24. 

'■• 18. 



Sept. 18. 

" 23. 

" 17. 
Oct. 18. 
Sept. 22. 

■' 11. 

" 19. 
Ang. 22- 
Sept. 11- 

" 23. 
Oct. 14. 
Sept. 17. 

'• 17. 

'■ 22. 



Sept. 22.. 

'• 19.. 

■• 17.. 

" 17-. 
Aug. 21.. 



1876-7 



Dec. 2. 
Nov. 21. 

■' 21. 

■' 20- 
Oct. 2. 



Oct. 2.. 



Sept. 27. 
Oct. 9- 
9. 
•■'■ 12- 
Sept. 29- 
Oet. 1- 
Sept. 27. 



Sept. 26. 

Oct. 1 - 

Sept. 27- 

■' 29- 

B 

B 

Sept. 27. 



Oct. 9. 
Sept. 27. 
.\ug. 27. 
Oct. 14. 
8. 

'■ 9. 
Sept. 18. 

" 26. 
Aug. 27. 
Oct. 8. 

'■ 13. 
Sept. 26. 

" 12. 
Aug. 21. 



Sept. 13. 

•' 20. 

" 29. 

" 2 
Aug. 26! 



A. No frost observed. 



B. No reliable record. 



■^.:.-l -. ■.::h^^^:!. 



51 



OF THE FIRST FROST 

and indicative area centers east of the Rocky Mountains; also the Latitude and 
.such centers. 

Signal Service Department.) ^^ 



i8rr-V8. 


1878-79. 


1879-80. 


1880-81. 1881-82. : 1882-83. 


1883-84. . 


Nov. 30.. 


Jan. 4.- 


A 


Dec. 29-- 


A Dec. 17-. 


Dec. 16-- 


•• 11-- 


Nov. I.- 


Nov. 20.. 


Nov. 16.. 


Nov. 25.. Nov. 30-. 


'• 16.. 


■■ 10-. 


Oct. 20-. 


4.. 


Oct. 25-- 


" 26-- 


" 15.. 


Nov. 3.. 


r.- 


" 19-- 


Oct. 25.. 


" 17.. 


4.. 


" 14.. 


2.. 


- 11- 


Nov. 29.. 


Nov. 21-- 


Nov. 16-- 


" 26-- 


" 22-- 


2-- 


Oct. 0-. 


Oct. 29.. 


Oct. 20-- 


Sept. 13.. 


Oct. 20.. 


Oct. 21.. 


Nov. 1.. 


5-- 


" 13-- 


" 24-- 


Oct. 18-- 


" 20.. 


" 24.. 


" 11.. 


5-- 


'■ 12.. 


Sept. 25.. 


5.. 


"_ 20.. 


" 21.. 


Oct. 22.. 


Xov. 3-- 


Sept. 12-- 


Nov. 20.. 


Sept. 30-- 


" 20.. Sept. 22.- 


Nov. 12.. 


Oet. 23.- 


Oet. 7.- 


Sept. 25-. 


Oct. 1-. 


6-- Nov. 3-- 


Oct. 17-- 


Sept. 18-- 


'• 12-- 


'■ 25-- 


•• 17.- 


" 19.. Oct. 20.. 


Sept. 10.. 


Xov. 14-. 


NoY. 2.. 


B 


'• 19.. 


" 6-- Nov. 3-. 


" 10.. 


Oct. 4-- 


Sept. 12.- 


Sept. 20.. 


4.. 


Nov. 3-- Oct. 17-- 


" 26.. 


Sept. 9-- 


" 10.. 


Oct. 9.. 


" 13-- Sept. 10--: " 8-- 


'• 21.. 


•' 18-- 


'• 14-. 


Sept. 25-- 


" 17. .Oct. 20.. Sept. 22.. 


9-. 






8-- 


Sept. 10.. 


." 19.. 


" 22-- 


9.. 


Oct. 33.. 


Oct. 7-- 


" 26.. 


Nov. 3-- 


" 6.. 


Nov. 6.- 


'• 10.. 


'• 11-- 


" 19-- 


'^ 14.. 


Sept. 9-- 


" 19.- 


Sept. 23-- 


9.- 


6-- 


Sept. 22-- 


" 25.. 


Oet. 13-. 


5-- 


Oct. 20.- 


" 10.. 


Sept. 17-- 


•' 12.. 


Oct. 23-- 


Sept. 29-. 


" 13-- 


" 19.. 


" 26.. 


Oct. a3-. 


B 


B 


Nov. 3-- 


6-- 


" 25-- 


Nov. 15.. 


Xov. T-- 


Oct. 7.- 


Oct. 20-- 


Sept. S3-- 


" G-- 


" 20- 


Sept. 10.. 


Sept. 18-- 


Sept. 11.. 


Sept. 19.. 


Oct. 4-- '^ 5-- 


'• 17.- 


9.. 




■'■ 10.- 


8.. 


Sept. 9-. " 18-- 


Sept. 23.. 


9.. 


Sept. 19.. 


'• 28.- 


" 25.. 


" 30-. " 5-- 


- 24- 


6.. 


Oct. 5-- 


•' 21.. 


" 24.. 


" 29.. '■ 19-- 


" 22.- '• 26.- 


Sept. 1-- 


-Aug. 2(i-- 


9.- 


'• 30.. 


'■ 5.- 


Oct. 14.- '^ 9.- 


Oct. «-- 


Sept. 11.. 


4-- 


8.. 


5.- 


Sept. 23.. " 8-- 


■ 23-- 


" 23.. 


" 2(i-- 


'• 24.. 


5.. 


'• 28.. -^ 6.. 


■ 22.. 


'• 23-- 


'• 11-- 


Oct. 13.. 


5.. 


" 25.. -•■■ 9.. 


Sept. 17-- 


'• 12-. 


'• 24.. 


Sept. 8..:Sept. 28.. 


" 21..; " 8.. 


•• 18-- 


Oct. 19.. 


'■ 25-. 


" 14.. Oct. I9-- 


^' 24..; " 10.. 


Oct. 6.. 


Aug. 20- - 


'• 20-- 


8..i '• 5.. 


" 21.. " 9.. 


7-. 


Sept. 23.. 


'^ 11.. 


Oct. 14. -i " 11-- 


Oct. 4-- B 


" 23.. 


" 23.. 


" 25-- 


'• 1- 


5-- 


3-- 


Sept. 11.- 


C 


" 11-- 


" 24.- 


Sept. 8-. Sept. 28-- 


Aug. 10.- 


" 8.. 


Sept. 17.. 


" 10-- 


4.- 


'• 13--: ■• 28-- 


Sept. 20-. 


8-- 


•• 21-. 


'• 22.. 


'• 10-. 


" 22.. Oct. 1-- 


'^ 24.. 
'• 27 


Aiig. 14-- 
Sept. 10.. 
Aug. 14.. 


Sept. 5.. 


Sept. .5.- 


Sept. 12-- 


Sept. 8.. Sept. 28.. 


'• 24.. 


" 17.. 


" 10.. 


( . . 


" 13.. " 7.. 


" 21.- Sept. 2-. 


Oct. 5.. 


" 10-- 


9.- 


" 8-.I " 28.- 


" 20-- " 8-. 


Sept. 18.. 


" 10.- 


4-- 


8-- " 7-- 


" 20..: " 5.. 


1.. 


Aug. 25-- 


" 13.. 


7-- 


Aug. 6-- 


" 20.. 


8.. 



1884-85. 1885-86. 



1886-87. 



:NOV. 


8. 


(1).. 




Nov. 


18 


;; 


i - 


Dec. 


3.- 


•• 


18 


Oct. 


25- 


Nov. 


15-- 


Oct. 


28 


It 


24- 


Oct. 


16.. 




3 




25- 


Nov. 


27-- 


Nov. 


8 


*• 


24. 


Oct. 


14.. 


Oct. 


28 


tt 


•HA. 


" 


4.. 


.t 


o 


i; 


16- 


Sept. 


24.. 


ii 


3 


-Nov. 


0- 


Oct. 


4-- 


i. 


2 


Oct. 


•)•> 


kl 


4.. 


•• 


1 




10- 


Lb 


22-- 


t; 


2 


Nov. 


8. 


Sept. 


24.. 


ii. 


2 


1 " 


21- 


Oct. 


23-- 


*■ 


•2 


Oct. 


9 


i.L 


4.. 


11 


1 


Sept 


9 


" 


1 - . 


Sept 


28 


Oct. 


15. 


'• 


6-- 


Oct. 


1 


'• 


10- 


(k 


6.. 


;i 


1 


Nov. 


10- 


kt 


23.. 


■ 4 


17 


Oct. 


9- 


t^ 


4-- 


Sept 


2<.> 


1 " 


10- 


(1)-. 




(Kt. 


22 


' " 


22 


Oct. 


4.- 


Sept 


17 


(IK. 




I. 




Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


15. 


LL 


24.- 




3 


•■ 


9. 




8.. 


Sept 


17 


.b 


9 




5.- 




17 


■' 


9. 


Sept. 


o 


Oct. 


2 


^; 


23. 




1-- 


Sept 


13 




9. 




2 


•* 


20 




9 


Aug. 


26.. 


Aug. 


31 


" 


9. 


Oct. 


i -_ 


Sept 


21 


Sept 


19. 


.Sept. 


23-- 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


8. 




5-- 


Aug. 


31 


Nov. 


2. 


Oct. 


4-- 


Sept. 


28 


Sept 


1. 


Sept. 


6-- 


i.L 


1 


1 '^ 


19. 


Oct. 


i .. 


Oct. 


-> 


t: 


19- 


<.!• 


t -- 


•' 


3 


Oct. 


14-. 


Aug. 


26-. 


Sept. 


14 


'• 


9-. 


Sept. 


5.. 


''• 


2S 


Aug. 


9.. 


• L 


2-. 


n 


1 


Oct. 


14-. 


■■>!> 


23.. 


•• 


21 


Sept 


29-. 




10.- 


a 


14 


^t 


9.. 


i.i. 


1-- 


•' 


12 


Nov. 


3.. 


t; 


3-- 


Aug. 


31 


Sept. 


20.- 


Aug. 


25.- 


•• 


31 


Aug. 


23-. 




•■&.. 




31 



(1). Noue reported. 



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YALUATIOXS OF PROPERTY FOR TAXATION 

In the State of Illinois, from 18S9 to 1880, inclusive; also the Public Debt of the State 

for the same time. 



Year. 



Real Estate. 



Personal 
Property. 



Railroad 
Property. 



1839... 
1840... 
1841... 
1842... 
1843... 
1844... 
1845... 
1846... 
1847... 
1848... 
1849... 
1850... 
1851... 
1852... 
1853... 
1854... 
1855... 
1856... 
1857..- 
1858... 
1859... 
1860... 
1861... 
1863... 
1863... 
1864... 
1865... 
1866... 
1867... 
1868... 
1869.-.. 
1870... 
1871... 
1872... 
1873... 
1874... 
1875... 
1876... 
1877... 
1878... 
1879... 
1880... 
1881... 
1882... 
1883... 
1884... 
1885-.. 
1886... 



$86,532,237 
98,748,533 
101,424,158 
142,658,944 
154,462,122 
2:34,590,084 
213,750,827 
246,091,920 
296,155,205 
266,655,254 
266,258,155 
2:38,&58,8:39 
228,087,996 
2:^2,913,619 
242,5;M,332 
262,114,308 
27:^,122,106 
.351,80T,0:M 
:i3T,:3:il,762 
346,587,7:34 
347,876,690 
:i66,244,708 
;371,619,940 
899,4:34,748 
847,947,477 
789,208,982 
747,512, ;376 
700,096,143 
649,094,.S36 
590,847,419 
573,404,141 
579,900,148 
584,892,098 
587.390,292 
572 850,515 
.576,593,186 
577,7:37,885 



$3:3,33.5,799 

39,0(59,546 

42,145,:327 

62,499,719 

79,54.5,9.53 

95,927,2:35 

104,108,2.35 

111,81:3,908 

97,85.3,641 

88,288,094 

88,884,115 

80,720,918 

73,509,758 

87,560,697 

102,057,865 

116,:302,295 

122,966,672 

1:36,021,879 

122,2:34,718 

126,1:36,081 

11.3,545,227 

11.3,9:5,561 

11.3,607,959 

:308,119,271 

264,785,202 

2.35,834,418 

209,281,245 

189,465,922 

167,679,561 

1.52,773,570 

165,846,994 

166,:352,9:38 

168,:344,813 

169,209,626 

17:3,913,.588 

1.58.8:36,901 

1.50,21.5,380 



$6,639,220 
7,529,703 
9,1.31,475 
11,7.58,695 
12,085,472 
11,24.3,722 
11,.326,595 
11,525,555 
12,285,640 
1.3,911,303 
14,707,097 
16,854,640 
14,914,397 
16,280 960 
19,242,141 
25,516,042 
2.5,658,784 
147,847,298 
81,72:3,772 
60,496,456 
44,329,489 
41,ft37,243 
40,461,865 
41,002,561 
47,.365,259 
53,560,480 
.56,758,984 
61,:304,803 
62,405,700 
63.0.53,095 
65,010,233 



Total 
V'aluatiou. 



$58,889,525 

58,752,168 

70,166,053 

72,605,424 

72,416,800 

75,747,765 

82,:327,105 

88,815,403 

92,206,493 

102,132,193 

105,4.32,752 

119,868,.336 

137,818,079 

149,294,805 

225,159,6.33 

252,756,568 

336,186,334 

349,951,372 

407,477,367 

403,140,321 

366,702,043 

367,227,742 

3:30,823,479 

312,924,349 

a31,999,871 

356,877,837 

392,-327,906 

410,795,876 

504,683,553 

474,480,877 

489.004,775 

480,664,058 

505,676,311 

510,886,683 

1,355,401,317 

1,194,456,451 

1,085,539,856 

1,001,123,110 

931,199,:308 

857,235,762 

784,623,550 

786,616,-394 

799,813,566 

809,995,895 

817,904,721 

809,169,803 

798,483,182 

793,563,498 



State Debt. 

$100,000 
10,tv3(),000 
11,9(K),(M)0 

"l2V73:3',666 

l-3,"50b",66o 

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"l5V5(K),6o6 

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"i6,7moo6 
"15,190.666 

'i:3V86:3',666 

"]iV864",666 
: "io,3(xi^666 
: "i2,m66o 

" 8Vti;38",66o 

.5,988,000 
5,124,995 
4,890,9:37 
1,892,496 
2,060,1.50 
1,706,7.50 
1,7:30,972 
1,480,582 
1,480,600 
1,442,464 
802,312 
527,759 
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None 
None 
None 
None 

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Note. — Up to 1850 only the a^sregate valuations iu the several counties were repo led to the State 
officers, and from 1852 to 1857. inclusive, a few counties returned only the aggregates ; L;<3nce the details 
of Real Estate, and Personal Property valuations are not complete for those years. In 1867 and IWiS 
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 valuations in each of the several years are 
entirely correct and official. 

The valuations for 1873 as e(iualized 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 valua- 
tions, but especially that of Railroad Property. 

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 1 ; in 1871, -is it stood December 31 ; from 1872 to 1879, as 
it stood December 1. 



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CAXAL STATISTICS— (OFFICIAL). 

The following Statement shoics the Expenses of Repairs, Renewals, etc.; also the Amount 
of Tolls collected, together with tlie Dates of the Opening and Closing of the Illinois 
and Michigan Canal, from I84S to 1886, inclusive: 



Year. 



1848 
1849 
1850 
1851 

1852 

185;^ 

1854 
1855 
185fi 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1803 
1864 
1865 
18(i6 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880. 
1881. 
1882, 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 



Ordinary 
Repairs. 



$3(;,452 
43,922 
38.418 
39,447 
42,816 
40,3a3 
36,587 
38,216 
33,101 
37,256 
36,115 
34,026 
34,308 
39,2:38 
40,024 
49,294 
47,535 
39,255 
43,716 
46,152 
52,984 
49,514 
43,098 
54,555 
4-.;, 785 
53,525 
49,139 
46,241 
42,418 
54,965 
43,82() 
44,076 
47,6(H 
53,597 
57,309 
56,515 
55.731 
47,659 
44,101 



Extraord'y 

Repairs," 

Renewals. 


Gross 


and Hyd. 


Expenses. 


Works. 




S6,744 


$4.3,197 


26,999 


70,922 


19,996 


58,415 


19,027 


58.475 


10,692 


53,.508 


4,486 


44,870 


16,6.54 


53,242 


32,6.57 


70,873 


58,357 


91,4.58 


&5,825 


103,082 


21,972 


58,088 


40,406 


74,4.32 


48,275 


82,5&3 


15,82;^ 


55,061 


15,337 


55,-362 


13,021 


62,715 


18,-572 


66,107 


85,614 


124,869 


72,647 


116,36:3 


116,.504 


162.656 


69,067 


122,0.52 


42,251 


91,765 


65,597 


108,695 


42,667 


97,222 


46,090 


88,876 


27,573 


81,098 


24,659 


73,798 


28,270 


74,511 


49,167 


. 91,.5a5 


55,053 


110,018 


39,013 


82,8:39 


53,625 


97,701 


77,997 


125,601 


54,626 


108,22:3 


48,103 


105,412 


60,241 


116,7.56 


43,549 


99,280 


38,734 


86,393 


28,329 


72,430 



Tolls. 



$87,890 

118,:375 

12.5,504 

173,.300 

168,.577 

173,-372 

198,326 

180.519 

184;310 

197,830 

197,171 

1:32,140 

1-38.554 

218,040 

264.657 

210,:386 

1.56,607 

300,810 

.302,958 

252,231 

21.5,720 

238,759 

149,6:35 

159,050 

165,874 

166,641 

144,8:31 

107,081 

11:3,293 

96,913 

84,:3:30 

89,064 

92,296 

85,1:30 

85,947 

77,975 

77,102 

66,800 

62,516 



Canal Opened. 



Canal Closed. 



1^0. of 
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A])ril 


19 


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20. 


Mar. 


22 


(( 


15 


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29 


a 


14 


(k 


15 


April 


3 


4; 


8 


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1 .- 


April 


1 


Mar. 


16 


a 


8 


ti 


4 


April 


1 


Mar. 


4.. 


a 


10 


April 


10 


^'• 


11 


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6 


tt 


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ti 


10 


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:30. 


April 


15 


Mar. 


25 


April 


16 


Mar. 


20 


u 


29 


ii 


22 


April 


25 


Mar. 


13 


April 


2 


** 


7 


(I 


15 


(C 


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29 


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6. j 


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8 


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12 1 


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20.. 


Dec. 


1.. 


(4 


3 


Nov. 


26.. 


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28 


Dec. 


3.. 


kk 


1 


kk 


1 


Nov. 


15 


Oct. 


31 


Nov. 


15 


Oct. 


31 


Nov. 


15 


Oct. 


8 


Nov. 


25 


Dec. 


1 


Nov. 


20 


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28 


(( 


18 


Dec. 


1 


(( 


1 


Nov. 


20. 


14 


18 


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26 


ki 


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kk 


25. 


Dec. 


1 


Nov. 


25 


*k 


25 



224 
231 
259 
269 
255 
274 
263 
253 
241 
204 
244 
264 
264 
270 
247 
271 
265 
218 
203 
209 
210 
222 
184 
2:34 
245 
225 
236 
228 
2:39 
2:30 
257 
2:37 
242 
216 
263 
2:38 
239 
225 
239 



ILLINOIS RIYER IMPROVEMENT. 



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1872 
1873 

1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881, 
1882, 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 



Lock and Dam at 


Lock and Dam at 


Henbt. 


Copperas Creek. 


Receipts. 


Expenses. 


Receipts. 


Expenses. 


$8,484 


$4,148 






6,-879 


5,150 






8,509 


4,871 






7,038 


2,025 






4,403 


2,288 






6,062 


1,605 


$ 414 


$ 45:3 


:3,69i 


2,444 


2,910 


5,096 


,3,486 


1,278 


2,770 


6,691 


4,337 


1,520 


3.693 


2,161 


4,271 


2,210 


2,852 


1,808 


.3,123 


3,781 


2,674 


3,879 


2,610 


1,5:35 


2,047 


4,542 


2.291 


2.252 


2.503 


2,915 


1,380 


2,072 


2.103 


2,9.55 


1,607 


2,754 


1,833 


3,949 



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ILLINOIS AXD MICHIGAN CANAL. 

Number of Canal-boats running, of miles rwi, of clearances issued, and of toiis trans- 
ported, on the Illinois & Mictiigan Canal, during twenty-seven years, viz., from 1860 
to IHSa, inclusive. 



Yuar. 



Clearances 
Issued. ' 



Boats 
Running. 



Miles 
Run. 



Tons 
Transported. 



1860 - , 3,926 

1861 6,339 

1862 -. 7,044 

1863 - 5,810 

1864 ' 4,527 

1865 i 3,907 

1866 - -- 5,488 

1867 -- -- 4,183 

1868 -- 4,128 

1869 4,524 

1870 2.903 

1871.- ---- 3,.523 

1872 .- *.5.018 

1873 -- - - *4,743 

1874 *4,296 

1875 - ' *3,554 

1876 *4,049 

1877 -- *4,008 

1878 *4,299 

1879 *4.458 

1880 *4,536 

1881 --- .- *4,459 

1882... *4,055 

1883 *3,789 

1884.... *4,204 

1885... 3,990 

1886 *3,783 



201 


235,684 


367,437 


194 


415,599 


547,295 


211 


474,976 


673,590 


240 


418,713 


619,599 


228 


:»0,340 


510,286 


228 


360,614 


616,140 


230 


406,784 


746,815 


200 


;K7,623 


746,954 


218 


345,169 


737,837 


219 


385,050 


871,738 


179 


242,650 


585,870 


186 


278,948 


629,975 


173 


:j34,8a0 


783,641 


172 : 


328,174 


849,533 


152 


288,075 


712,020 


142 ' 


259,878 


676,025 


145 i 


.302,024 


691,943 


145 


272,788 


605,912 


140 


293,335 


598,792 


136 ' 


;»4,191 


669,559 


133 


320,009 


751,360 


l:« 


316,435 


826,133 


132 


3:i5,710 


1,011,287 


132 


306,618 


925,575 


tl34 


325,431 


956,721 


IS) 


.304,664 


827,355 


tl30 


303,575 


808,010 



♦Includes clearances at Henry and Copperas Creek. 
tOf this number 28 are steam canal boats and 7 are tugs, 



67 



ILLIXOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD. 



(Official.) 



T7(e following slioics the Amount of Gross Earnings of the Illinois Central Bailroad 
since its completion to October 31, ISSG, and the Amotmt of Tax paid into the State 
Treasury in accordance ivitfi the provisions of its charter : 



Time Reported. 



; Amount Paid 

Gross Earnings. ,'J?® into the 

, = of Tax. state TreaMirv. 



From Marcli 'U, 1855, to October 31, 1855 

For six months ended April 30, 1856 

" " October 31, 1856... 

" April 30, 1857 

" '• October31. 1857..-. 
April30, 1858 

" October 31, 1858... 

" " April 30, 1859 

" " October 31, 1859 ... 

April .30, 1860 

" •' October 31, 1860 ... 

April 30, 1861 

" •' October .31. 1861... 

" " April 30, 1862 

'' '• October 31, 1862 .. 

" April 30, 1863 

October 31, 1863 .. 

April 30, 1864 

October 31, 1864 .. 

" " April 30, 1865 

" " October 31, 1865 .. 

April 30. 1866 

" " Octobers!, 1866 - 

April 30. 1867 

" " October 31, 1867 .. 

.\pril 30, 1868 

" October 31. 1868 .. 

April 30. 1869 

" " October 31, 1869... 

" April 30, 1870 

" October 31. 1870 .. 

" April 30, 1871. -... 

October 31, 1871... 

" " April 30, 1872 

" " October 31. 1872... 

" April 30, 1873 

October 31, 1873 .. 

April 30, 1874 

" " October 31, 1874... 

April 30. 1875 

October 31, 1875... 

" April 30, 1876 

" October 31, 1876 .. 

" " April 30. 1877 

October 31, 1877 ._ 

" " April 30, 1878 

" " October 31, 1878 .- 

April 30, 1879 

" " October 31. 1879 .. 

" April 30, 1880 

" " October 31, 1880 .. 

April 30. 1881 

October 31. 1881 .. 

April 30, 1882 

" October 31, 1882 .. 

" " April 30, 1883 

" " October 31, 1883 -. 

" " April 30, 1884 

" " October 31, 1884 . 

" " April 30, 1885 

October 31. 1885... 

'pril30, 1886 

October 31, 1886... 



$595,633 86 
630,580 02 
922,053 30 
935,386 69 

1,234,986 00 
860,796 56 

1,024,996 78 
&30,538 42 

1,056,668 35 

1,151,608 00 

1.384.923 67 
1,213,348 00 
1,318,906 47 
1,063,790 61 
1,967,275 18 
1,809,068 97 
2,482,282 12 

2.429.358 23 
3,363,699 48 
3,436,483 38 
3,6.56,228 56 
2,935,738 55 
3.165,343 63 
2,9.59,566 99 
3,383,400 57 
2,780,043 05 
3,339,921 01 
2,999,196 41 
3,642,708 06 
3,068,850 81 
3,568,070 85 
3,026,072 73 
3,595,540 32 
3,158,597 62 

3.167.924 49 
2,932,653 13 
3,189,832 63 
2,5:35,046 43 
3,098,760 13 
2,575,133 82 

2.792.952 20 
2,519,443 07 
2,566,351 07 

1.996.359 59 

2.522.953 83 
2,160,421 99 
2,417,245 26 
2,137,648 88 
2,512,028 08 
2,368,395 46 
2,893,728 27 
2,517,346 22 
2,976,689 73 
2,681,463 17 
2,976,195 60 
2,601,497 13 
2,951,977 00 
2,458,148 93 
2,637,274 35 
2,491,886 22 
2,762.241 28 
2,468,711 69 
3,941,495 56 



5 and ' 

7 



$29,751 59 

31,529 00 

46,102 66 

.59,196 82 

86,449 02 

60,355 76 

71,749 77 

58,137 68 

73,966 78 

80,612 56 

96,944 66 

84,9:M 36 

92,323 45 

74,465 34 

137.709 26 

126,6.34 8:i 

17.3.759 75 

170,055 08 

235,458 96 

240,553 84 

255,936 00 

205,501 70 

221,574 05 

207,169 70 

2:^,8:38 04 

194,603 01 

2.33,794 47 

209,943 75 

254,989 56 

214,819 56 

249.764 96 

211,825 09 

251,687 82 

221,101 83 

221,754 71 

205,285 72 

223,288 28 

177.453 25 

216,913 21 

180,259 37 

195,506 65 

176,361 01 

179,644 57 

139,745 17 

176,606 77 

151.229 54 

169.202 17 

149,635 42 

17.5,841 96 

165,787 ()8 

202,560 98 

176,214 24 

208,:i68 28 

187,702 42 

308,43:3 69 

182,104 80 

206,638 ;J9 

172,070 42 

184,609 20 

174,4:32 03 

193.356 89 

172,809 81 

205,904 69 



Total paid to the State $10,679,762 03 



58 



STATEMENT OF RAILWAYS 



Eaxf i>f 3Ii>isouri River, Tributary to Chicago. 



Roads. I 


Main Liiae. 


Brauclies. 


v.. R & X. K. R 




3-13 
600 
81 
408 
109 
226 
220 
148 
113 
196 
629 
108 
143 
489 

1,751 
500 
781 
472 
154 

1,304 
418 
647 
113 




C R & R. R 






1,467 


C. & I. R. R 




27 


1. C. R. R ...- 




113 


JI & X. W. R. R .. -- 






II & St J. R. R 






69 


C , R. & K. C. R. R 






K. & W. R. R 






H & S. R. R - - 






K C .St .7. & C. R. R. R 




111 


B.. C. R. & X. R. R 




393 


M it St L R R 




ai 


D., M. <fc Ft. D. R. R 






C ifc Alton R. R 




361 


C . M. & St. P. R. R 




3.m5 


C R I & P. R R 




881 


\V St L & P R R 




1.191 


AVis. Ceiifl R. R 




211 


St. P. & I). R. R 




72 


C. it X. \V. R. R 




2.750 


C. St. P., M. & O. R. R 




898 


St. P.. M.&M. R. R 




828 


C. S. F & C. R. R 












Totals 


9,953 


12,641 









H>.s7 of Mtasoiiri Hirer, Tribatary to Chicago. 



Roads. 



B.&M.R.R 

I), it R. G. R. R.. 

c:. P.R. W 

U. P. R. R 

A.. T. & S. F. R. R 

A. &P.R.R 

Southern Pacifie R. W_ 

Southern Kansas R. R 

St. J. &G. I. R. R 

Mexican Oentral R. W 

Missouri Pacific R. R 

Xorthern Pacific R. \V 

Oregon R. W. & X. Co 

S. C. it P. it F. E. it M. V. R. R 

C;an. Pacific R. W 

C, K. &X. R. R 

Totals -. 



Main Line. 


Branches. 


.551 


1,148 


771 


913 


895 


3.59 


1,032 


3.491 


902 


934 


815 




1.198 


,543 


*« 


213 


2.52 




1,225 




2.6t)8 


2.309 


1,699 


1,034 


214 


477 


498 


212 


1.023 


356 


179 





14,200 



11.989 



Recapiiu la t io n . 



Roads. 



Main Line. Branches. 



East of3Iissouri River 
AVest of Missouri River 

Grand totals 



9.953 
14.200 



12,641 
11,989 



24,153 



24.630 



•jiitlTiTifiiy^MiS 



59 
NUMBER OF MILES OF RAILROAD IX OPERATIOX 

In each, State and Territory i?i the United States during tJie Years 1850, 1860, 1870, 

and from 1880 to 1885, inclusive. 

[Obtained from Messrs. Poor & Grunaugh, Xew York.] 



State or Territory. 



1850. 



Maine 

Xew Hampshire 

Vermont _. 

Massachusetts ._. 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 



>rew England 

Xew York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland and Dist. of Col. 
West Virginia 



245 

4H7 

2!»0 

1.0:i5 

(38 

402 

2,508 

1.361 

206 

1,240 

39 

25!) 

97 



1860. 



472 
661 
5.54 
l,2f>4 
108 
601 



1870. ! 1880. 



1881. . 1882. 



786 
736 
614 
1,480 
1.36 
742 



1,005 

1.015 

914 

1,915 

210 

923 



8,660 

2,682 
.560 

2,.598 
127 
386 
352 



Middle States 



Virginia _. 

>rorth Carolina 
South Carolina 

(ieorgia 

Florida _ 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Louisiana 

Tennessee 

Kentucky 



3,202 

.384 

283 

289 

643 

21 

18;^ 

75 

80 

"78 



6,706 

1.379 
937 
973 

1,420 
402 
743 
862 
3^35 

1.253 
534 



1 4,494 


5,983 


3.928 


5.991 ' 


1.125 


1,684 


4,(i56 


6,191 . 


197 


275 


671 


1.040 


387 


691 


10,964 
1 i in 


15,870 ; 

1 QOO 



1.178 

1,139 

1.845 

446 

1.167 

990 

450 

1,492 

1.017 



1.486 
1.427 
2.4.59 

.548 
1.84;^ 
1,127 

652 
1.84-3 

i,5;w 



1,027 

1.021 

916 

1.9.59 

211 

960 

6,094 

6.260 
1,773 
6.3.56 

275 
1,0()5 

70() 

16,4»4 

2,220 
1.645 
i;479 
2.561 

(i93 
1,8.59 
1,182 

914 
1,900 
1.672 



1,056 

1.038 

925 

1,967 

211 

963 



1883. 



1.099 

1:042 

937 

1,979 

211 
963 



1884. ! 1885. 



6,158 

6,991 
1.862 
6.884 

282 

1.098 

813 



7,930 

2.4.50 
1.781 
1,.508 
2.878 
964 
1,901 
1.303 
1,010 
2.(Ki5 
1.745 



6,231 

7.349 

1,874 
7.236 

'282 

1.119 

948 

18,808 

2,.5.53 
1,812 
1..549 

2.9;m 

1,1.57 
2.0.59 
1.616 
1.204 
2.112 
1.8.52 



1.142 

1.044 

944 

1.990 

211 

976 



Southern States 2,0:i5 8,8:^8 1 11.173 14,811 : 16,126. 17.605 18.847 



Ohio 

Michigan :_ 

Indiana 

Illinois. 

AVisconsin 

Minnesota -. 

Dakota Territory 

Iowa 

N'ebraska 

Kansas _ _. 

Missouri 

Indian Territory 

Arkansas 

Texas 

Colorado 

>Cew Mexico Territory. 
Wyoming Territory. ... 

Idalio Territory 

I'tiih Territory 

Montana Territory 

M'estern States... 

Nevada 

California 

Arizona Territory 

Oregon Territory 

Washington Territory. 



.TO 

342 

228 

111 

20 



2,946 

779 
2-1 (a 
2.790 

<K)5 



6.55 



817 

"';38 
307 



1.276 



3..5.38 
l,t).38 
3,177 
4.823 
1..525 
1,092 

a5 

2,6a3 

705 

1..501 

2,(K)0 

2.56 
711 
157 

429 

'2.57 



11,400 24,5.57 
593 



23 



Pacific States 

Recapitulation — 
New England States. 

Middle States... 

Southern States 

Western States 

Pacific States 



2,508 
3,202 
2,035 
1,276 



2-3 

3,660 

6,706 

8,838 

11,400 

23 



925 
"159 

1,677 

4,493 
10.964 
11,173 
24,557 

1,677 



5.792 : 
4,017 '. 
4,373 
8,011 ' 
.3,1.55 
3,151 
1.2.55 I 
5.400 
1,9.53 I 
.3,400 ' 
3,965 i 
289 i 
a59 i 
3,244 1 
1,570 ■ 
758 
512 
209 
842 
81 

52,828 
739 
2,195 
349 
507 
178 

3,967 

5.982 
15,870 
14,811 
52,828 

3.967 



6.289 

4,362 

4.7.59 

8.420 

3,457 

3,.3;38 

1.668 

6464 

2.277 

3.609 

4,207 

295 

1,002 

4.913 

2.187 

1.047 

576 

278 

877 

2.38 

59.956 

895 
2,309 
497 
573 
362 



6.901 
4,693 
5.372 
8.8:^6 
3.811 
3.735 
2.084 
6; 967 
2,498 
3.820 
4.501 

350 
1.488 
6,009 
2.766 
1.089 

625 

494 
1,062 

630 

67,732 

948 
2.636 
713 
756 
.362 



4,()-35 5.414 



6,091 
16.484 
16426 
59,956 

4.685 



6.1.58 
17.9.30 
17.605 
67.732 

5.414 



7.217 
.5.1.51 
5,.54.3 
9.028 
4.039 
.3.906 
2,495 
7,216 
2.696 
3.964 
4,619 
.3.53 
1,732 
6,075 

2,8;i2 

1.140 

625 

777 

1.124 

1,0.32 

71,564 

948 
2.881 
866 
9.50 
498 

6,143 

6,231 
18.808 
18,846 
71,564 

6,143 



6,.307 

7.a35 

1,889 

7.546 

,306 

1.082 
1.027 



19,896 
7.276 
5.2.33 
5..5.34 
8.909 
4,289 
4,193 
2,759 
7,510 
2,794 
4.205 
4.710 
.353 
l,7f>4 
6,198 
2.842 
1,191 
616 
811 
1,134 



1.1.35 

1,044 
947 

1,998 
210 
976 

6,310 

7.-385 
1.921 
7.667 
316 
1,211 
l.a39 



19,203 

2,688 
1,9.38 
1.5(>4 
2.978 
1.324 
2.191 
1^844 
i;.310 
2.166 
l,8t)7 



19,539 

2.693 
2,(»28 
1,687 
.3,116 
l,6fJ3 
2,226 
1,920 
1,37(1 
2,1.58 
2,(X)1 

20,802 

7,.^8 
5,269 
5.600 
81905 
4,418 
4,.331 
2.877 
7,.504 
2,988 
4.441 
4,969 
.3.53 
2.146 
6,687 
2.884 
1,195 
617 
798 
1,1.39 



1.047 


1.046 


73.-368 


75.4a5 


948 


a54 


2.911 


3.044 


906 


906 


I,ia5 


1.181 


675 : 


736 


6,605 


6,821 


; 6..307 


6.310 


1 19.203 


19..539 


19.896 


20.802 


73.368 


75.495 


6.605 


6,821 



Grand totals 



9,021 30,627 52,864 93.4.53 103,242 114.839 121..592 :125..379 128.967 



NoTK. — Miles constructed in 1886, 8.648 — making a total of 137.615 miles. 



tiMl-itMiiriitiilfiiriTHi 



tfrSrlW<lrillfrii«HlitT'llTi~ili filli -r*!!- r 1 l ■■■-fir^inirI^'^'^^''--"^'~^rtiirnrl%r^<»nlTrtffrt^MmiMiir 



60 



XUMBER OF :\riLES OF RAILROAD IX OPERATION 

And the Number of Miles Constructed Each Year in the United States from 

1830 to 1S8G, inclusive. 

[From Poor's Railroad Manual. 



Year. 



laso 

18:^1 
1S32 
183;:i 
1834 
18:i-) 
]83») 
1S37 
WW 
]!S.3it 
IWO 
IWl 
1842 
1843 
1844 
1HM5 
1846 
1847 
1848, 
1849 
18.50 
18.51, 
ia5!J 
1R53 
1854 
ia55. 
ia56. 
1K57. 
1858. 



Miles in 
operation 
at end of 
each vear. 



33 



'.15 

.S8() 

(«3 

1.098 

1,273 

1.497 

1,913 

2,302 

2,818 

3,535 

4,026 

4.ia5 

4.377 

4,(533 

4.i)30 

5.598 

5,996 

7,365 

9,021 

10,982 

12.908 

15.360 

l(i,720 

18..374 

22,01(5 

24..5(« 

26,968 



Miles 

eon- 

strueted 

each vear. 



151 

253 

4(55 

175 

224 

416 

389 

.516 

717 

491 

159 

192 

2.56 

297 

(5(58 

398 

1.369 

1.(5.56 

1,!H51 

1.926 

2^4.52 

1,.360 

1,6.54 

3,(^47 

2,(547 

2,465 



Year. 



Miles in 
operation 
at end of 
each year. 



1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
18(« 
1864 
1865 
18(56 
1867 
18(58 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 

ias2 

188:^ 
1884 
18a5 
1886 



28,789 

30,635 

31.286 

32,120 

33,170 

a3,908 

35,085 

36,801 

39,250 

42,229 

46,844 

52,914 

60,291 

66,171 

70,268 

72,383 

74.096 

76.808 

79,088 

81,717 

86,643 

93,349 

103,145 

114,713 

121,454 

125.379 

128;967 

1.37,616 



Miles 
con- 
structed 
each vear. 



1,831 
1,846 
651 
834 
1.050 
738 
1,177 
1,742 
2,449 
2,979 
4,615 
6,070 
7.379 
5;878 
4,107 
2,105 
1,712 
2,712 
2,281 
2,687 
4,721 
7,174 
9,789 
11,59(5 
6,753 
3,977 
3.0a3 
8,649 



LENOTH OF RAILWAYS 

/// the various European States, and m the United States of America, in each of the 
I/ears 1850, 1800, 1870, 1880, 1883, 1884, and 1885. 



1850. 
Miles. 



Austria 817 

Hungary ■ 

Belgium 1 .554 

Denmark : 20 

France , l.!)24 

German Empire. i 3.637 

Greece i — 

Holland _-_ I 110 

Italy ! 2(55 

Norway ! 

Portugal I 

Roumania I 

Russia in Eurojie .-. 310 

Servia 

Spain 17 

Sweden 

Switzerland 15 

Turkey in Europe 

United Kingdom (5.(521 

United States of North America 9.021 



1860. 

Miles. 



1,816 

1^(")74 
69 

5.8(52 
6,979 

'197 

1.117 

42 

42 

'988 

1^187 

375 

(553 

41 

10.4:« 

3o.(S;i") 



1870. 
Miles. 



3,782 

2,167 

1,299 

470 

11.142 

11.457 

6 

885 

3.825 

22i 

444 

7^()98 

3l396 
1,089 

Ha5 

3!>2 
1.5,376 
.52,914 



1880. 
Miles. 



4,421 

2,,554 

975 

16,275 

20,978 

7 

1,142 

5,340 

(592 

710 

14^073 

4^651 

■3,(554 

1..598 

727 

17,93?; 

93,:i49 




1885. 
Miles. 



7,783 1 
5,168 f 


13,727 


13,727 


2.682 


2,711 


2.741 


1,128 


1,207 


1.207 


18,4.58 


19,396 


20,177 


22,299 ' 


22,814 


22.a34 


14 : 


109 


109 


l,a51 


1,406 


1,496 


5,871 


6.163 


6,568 


9(59 


970 


SI70 


926 


948 


970 


944 


994 


9<W 


15,455 


15,767 


15.9;J4 


151 


1.51 


151 


.5.124 


5,.380 


5,380 


3,974 


4,099 


4,280 


1.784 


1,7S)0 


1,795 



ia(S8i 

121.454 



18.864 
125:379 



19,169 
128,967 



61 



DUTCH IMPORTS. 



Year ended August 31. 

















In Lasts of 85 Vjusbels each. 


1885-6. 


1884-5. 


188:3-4. 


1882-3. i 


1881-2. 




Wheat ...".. 


1-3.3.028 • 
40,515 •- 
22,863 1 
98.981 
17,668 


153.382 
691971 
46:879 

107.087 
12,150 


158.491 
44.9(;4 
84:979 
88,483 
18.943 


130,188 
43,-356 
46,739 

106.890 
6.574 


180,551 

44,264 

65,961 

81,-370 

8.819 




Barlev 

Oats 

Eve 




Maize 





AUSTRIAN AXD HUXGARIAjS" IMPORTS ATs^D 

EXPORTS. 



1885-6. 



1884-5. 



In Quintals of saO'z lbs. each. 


Imports. 


Exports. 


Imports. 


Exports. 


Wheat 


334,664 

20,226 

.301 ..5.30 

789 

2:i5.250 

.584:.386 

1,275,828 


2,270,770 
1.. 549.372 
3.16.3,437 ' 
1,051,823 

680,028 
18.155 i 

310.873 i 


1,866,7:32 

13.016 

83.3,616 

421 

a55.116 

975.794 

2,956,356 ■ 


1,151.503 


Flour -V 


1,566.539 


Barlev - - - 

Malt ■ - 

Oats - 


3.a39.783 

1,042.103 

828.418 


Rye -- 

Maize --- 


105,.526 

200,762 



GERMAN IMPORTS AXD EXPORTS. 







In Tons. 


1885. 


1884. 




Imports. 


Exports. 


Imports. I 


Exports. 


Wheat 




572,400 
21.720 
438.040 
65,000 
218.090 
961,560 
196,330 


14.080 

129,030 

24.710 

8.590 

12,830 

4.020 

240 


754,520 ' 

46.290 
440.080 

65.&50 
864,420 
769.740 1 
192,010 i 


36,200 


Flour 

Barlev 

Malt." 

Oats 

Rye 

Maize 




1.31.440 

37.270 

9..590 

18,530 

6.290 

420 





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PRODUCTION, IMPORTS, A^B EXPORTS OF RAW 

COTTON, 

From 1872 to 1886, inclusive. 
(Compiled by Hon. William F. Suitzler, Chief of Bureau of Statistics, Washington, D. C.) 





Annual Crop. 

• 




Total 














Exports. 


Year ended 




Average 


Average 


Productions 


Imports. 


Productions, 


Domestic 


June m. 


Production. 


net 


gross 


in pounds. 


Pounds. 


and 


and 




{(I) 


weight 


weight 


gross weight. 
(a) 




Imports. 


Foreign. 




Bales. 


of bale. 


of bale. 




Pounds. 


Pounds. 






(6) 


(6) 












Pounds. 


Pounds. 










187'2 


2.974,351 


4:39 


465.34 


1,384.084.494 


2,894,183 


1,-386. 978,677 


993.885.710 


1873 _ 


3,9;30,508 


440 


466.40 


1,833,188,931 


4,425,.524 


l,a37.614.455 


1,200.398.178 


1874 


4,170,388 


439 


465.. 34 


1,940,648.352 


3,625.830 


1,944,274,182 


l.a58,979,913 


1875 


3,827,845 


439 


465.97 


1,783,644,032 


2.149,a32 


l,7a5, 793,364 


1,260.851,944 


1876 


4,632.313 


436 


465.85 


2.157,958,142 


2,451,419 


2.160.409,561 


1,491.629.831 


1877 


4,474,069 


438 


468.45 


2,095,901,297 


2,656,.567 


2.098.557.864 


1.445,647.079 


1878 _ 


4,773,865 


450 


473,47 


2,260,285.666 


3.0.32,013 


2,263.317,679 


1,608,469.052 


1879 


5,074,155 


443 


473.85 


2,401,410,373 


2.9a3.677 


2.407.404.050 


1,628,875.972 


1880 


5,761,2.52 


453 


481.11 


2,771,797,156 


3,547.762 


2,775.344,948 


1,822.295.843 


1881 _ 


6,605,750 


456 


484.40 


3,199,822,682 


4,449.866 


3,204,272.548 


2,192.169..348 


1882 


5,465,048 


446 


474.38 


2,588,240,050 


4..3.39.a52 


2,592,580,002 


1,741,819.451 


1883 


6,949,756 


460 


489.95 


3,405,070,410 


4.081.945 


3.409.152.355 


2,291,313.992 


1884 


5,713,200 


452 


482.66 


2.757,544.422 


7,019.492 


2.764,563.914 


1.863.926.466 


1885 -._ 


5.706,165 


451 


480.70 


2,742.%6.011 


5,115.680 


2,748.081,691 


1,893.268.732 


1886 


6,575,691 


455 


483.95 


3,182,305,659 


5,072,3:34 


3,187,377,993 


2,059.314.405 



(a) The figures of production for 1872. 1873, and 1874, are taken from the New York Commercial 
and Financial Chronicle; after 1874, from reports of the National Cotton Exchange of America. The 
amount placed opposite each fiscal year in the column of j)rodnction is the crop grown during the 
preceding calendar year, and comprises port receipts, overland shipments to northern mills, and 
southern consumption, during the year ended August 31. 

(b) The net weight of bales is stated on the authority of Mr. Tliomas Ellison, of Liverpool, and 
the gross weight for the year, prior to 1878, on the authority of Mr. J. R. Dodge, Statistician of the 
Department of Agriculture, and after 1877, as reported by the National Cotton Exchange. 



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EXGLISH PRRE8 OF MOXEY, ETC., COTTOX, AXD 
WHEAT (WITH FARMERS' DELIVERIES), 

During iha Seasoti of I8S0-S6. 



Week Ended 



Moiiev. 
Bauk 
Rate, i 



Silver. Consols. 



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14 

21 

28 

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! 11 

i 18 

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Jiilv .1 2 

9 

Iti 

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30 

August t; 

13 

20 



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3 
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47^2 
47 9-16 
47 14 
4714 
47 9-16 
47 7-16 
47% 
47' o 
47 3-10 
47 7-16 
47 '4 
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46^8 
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46 11-16 
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46 1-16 
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44 11-16 

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44 7-16 
43 13-16 
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43ii 
42 
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42 S 



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99% 

100 1-16 

10014 

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100 .5-16 

100.5-16 

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99 5-16 
99 5-1 (') 
99 7-16 
99 11-16 

100 3-16 

100 1-16 

100 3-16 

100 7-16 
100.3-16 

101 3-16 
101 5-16 
101 1-16 
100 1.5-16 
100 9-16 
100 11-16 
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100 9-16 
100 7-16 
10053 

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101 1-16 
101 .5-16 
101 11-16 
101 15-16 
101 9-16 
101 9-16 
101 1-16 
101 1-16 
101 5-16 
101 5-16 
101 3-16 
101 1-16 
101 1-16 
101 3-16 
101 .3-16 
101 1-16 
100% 



Wheat. 



Average Farmers" Deliveries. 
Price. 



Week. 



Season. 



s. d. 
32 4 
31 1 
30 10 
30 10 
30 6 
30 7 

30 II 
.31 6 

31 4 
31 I 
31 
30 10 

30 9 

31 
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30 5 
30 2 
30 3 
29 10 
29 10 
29 9 
29 7 
29 9 
29 6 
29 4 
29 3 
29 

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m 1 

30 9 

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30 10 

30 11 

31 1 
31 5 

31 11 

32 4 
32 5 
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31 11 
31 4 
31 1 
31 
3t) 9 
31 
31 3 
:i2 

31 8 
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32 7 
m 2 



Qrs. 
39.709 
57,192 
70,441 
68,588 
72.403 
75.264 
76,093 
71,308 
56,950 
(i0,431 
57,414 
58,097 
68.218 
62.102 
50,864 
60,a52 
61,284 
30,245 
39.964 
.58.648 
6.3,191 
73,600 
67.437 
69^972 
73,.5.57 
68,822 
71,165 
64.421 
72.519 
76,001 
6i;240 
50.004 
49.514 
52,512 
51,955 

m.m) 

67.172 
66,596 
59.261 
49,763 
42.936 
43.176 
.37,795 
36,243 
29,821 
28.725 
27.295 
37,792 
41,173 
44,120 
48,050 
36,362 



Qrs. 

39,709 

%.901 

167,;M2 

2:35,9.30 

308..3;33 

383,597 

459,689 

530,997 

587,947 

648.378 

705.792 

763,889 

a32,107 

894,209 

945,073 

1,005,925 

1,067,209 

1,097,4.54 

1,137.418 

1,195,066 

1,258,257 

1,331,857 

1,399,294 

1,469,266 

1,. 542,823 

1,611,645 

1,682.810 

1,747,231 

1.819,750 

1,895:751 

l,ft56.991 

2,006,995 

2,056..509 

2,109^021 

2,160,976 

2,226,906 

2,294,078 

2,.360,674 

2,419,935 

2,469.698 

2,512,6.34 

2,.555,810 

2,593.605 

2,629^848 

2,659,669 

2,688,394 

2,715,689 

2,7.53,481 

2,794,6.54 

2,838,774 

2,886,824 

2,923,186 



Cotton. 

Mid. 
Orleans. 



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PORK PACKING IN THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY. 

Tli€ following exhibits the number of Hogs packed in the Mississippi Valley during 
the past five regular packing seasons, November 1 to March 1 : 



Places Where Packed. 



Illinois. 

Chicago - 

Quincy 

Galena 

Barry 

Peoria 

Bloomington 

Other points 

Totals 

Missouri. 

Kansas City 

St. Louis 

St. Joseph 

Other points 

Totals '... 

Iowa. 

Cedar Rapids 

Dubuqne 

Sioux City 

Des Moines 

Ottumwa 

Council BlufEs 

Keokuk 

Sabula 

Oskaloosa 

Davenport 

lowaCJity 

Other points 

Totals 

Ohio, 

Cincinnati - 

Cleveland 

Xenia - 

Toledo 

Circleville 

Dayton 

Other points 

Totals 

Indiana. 

Indianapolis 

New Castle 

Evansville 

Other points 

Totals , 

Wisconsin. 

Milwaukee 

La Crosse 

Other points 

Totals 



1885-6. 



2,393,052 
43,750 
48,804 
10,200 
3,200 
12,000 
160,218 



2,671,224 



656.109 
369,130 
135,750 
174,050 



1,335,039 



301,092 
108,500 
80,000 
54,443 
74,545 
25,000 
63,500 
14,253 

"83^566 

"75^116 



719,948 



332,696 

86,548 

20,383 

1,911 

11,257 

4,500 

208,199 



665,494 



290,500 
22,576 
14,700 

142,966 



470,742 



343,423 
12,000 
85,634 



441,057 



1884-5. 



2,368,217 
58,420 
37,000 
21,731 



41,375 



2,526,743 



606,787 

442,087 

126,850 

22,.368 



1,198,092 



211,013 
90,000 
62,617 
72,503 

101.290 
40,000 
61,000 
25,267 
6,046 
16,500 
9,214 
71,143 



766,593 



385,435 
76,412 
22,776 

"Vi^Soo 

15,000 
48,780 



559,903 



316,971 
22,995 
13.080 
53,609 



406,655 



336,645 
17,000 
4.3,748 



397,393 



1883-4. 



2,011,384 
30,900 
36,500 
12,800 
21,540 



2,150,341 



427,162 

382,222 

95,500 

14,150 



919,034 



155,851 
120,000 
91,934 
45,865 
56,406 
18,000 
41,614 
16,627 

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'" 60^307 



624,604 



365,451 

87,525 

14,780 

1,383 

9,500 

6,500 

37,936 



523,075 



274,095 

17,490 

9.180 

50,650 



350,415 



265,467 
16,500 
33,126 



315,093 



1882-3. 



2,557,823 
36,500 
30,500 
20,048 
19,225 

""31^565 



2,695,661 



445,374 

327,004 

132,365 

17,950 



922,693 



156,874 
97,500 
69,278 
68,136 
62,983 
50,000 
49,600 
36,467 
17,591 
17,000 
15,000 
:i5,160 



675,589 



425,400 
68,464 
20,084 
15,511 
14,000 
10,000 
49,101 



602,560 



276,017 
16,023 
12,450 
61,131 



365,621 



293,510 
10,000 
51,694 



355,204 I 



1881-2. 



2,368,100 
38,400 
36,000 
16,000 
35,608 

"47^291 



2,541,399 



345,817 

316,379 

122,043 

20,000 



804,239 



152,800 
65,000 
60,021 
60,036 
64,612 
50,000 
51,881 
40,151 
17,256 
15,300 
10,033 
40,191 



627,281 



384,878 
124,589 
19,257 
14,763 
16,301 
10,000 
48,560 



618,348 



249,178 

22,9&3 

6,600 

70,500 



349,261 



323,619 
11,000 
42,215 



376,834 



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67 



PORK PACKING IN THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY. 

statement of Hogs packed — Continued. 



Places Whebb Packed. 


1885-6. 


1884-5. 


1883-4. 


1882-3. 


1881-2. 


I^EBRASKA. 

Omaha 


106,416 
85,000 

""3^975 


141,100 
60,000 

""1^166 


64,770 

62,000 

8,500 

7,000 

1,000 


90,980 
35,000 
14,000 
11,000 


85,151 


Nebraska City 




Columbus 




liincoln .......... 


15,000 


Other points 




Totals 


195,391 


202,200 


143,270 


150,980 


100,151 


Kentuckt. 
Louisville 




122,261 
31,726 


164,912 
17,900 


141,704 
14,690 


125,812 
16,225 


131,007 


Other points 


17,895 


Totals 


153,987 


182,812 


156,394 


142,037 


148,902 


Michigan. 
Detroit 


71,061 
20,004 


49,204^ 
21,375 


50,868 
16,925 


63,230 
28,250 


62,923 


Other points 


22,300 


Totals 


91,065 


70,579 


67,793 


91,480 


85,223 


Minnesota. 
St. Paul _ 


58,000 
6,000 


46,000 
5,700 


34,000 
9,300 


30,000 
9,900 


22,100 


Other points.- 


14,300 






Totals 


64,000 


51,700 


43,300 


39,900 


36,400 


Kansas. 


""9/266 


10,633 
9,215 


27,896 
6,.597 


31,011 
6,521 




Other points - - 


8,734 


Totals 


9,200 


19,848 


34,493 


37,532 


8,734 


Tennessee. 
Nashville 


20,368 
10,100 


17,623 
10,257 


23,233 
10,919 


15,085 
8,970 


13,665 




10,323 


Totals 


30,468 


27,880 


34,152 


24,055 


23,988 


Miscellaneous. 
Pittsburgh, Pa 


39,074 
11,400 
16,092 


30,000 
7,000 


30,000 
7,600 


20,000 
6,900 


20,000 
7,000 


Wheeling, W. Va 




Totals 


66,566 


37,000 


37,600 


26,900 


27,000 







RECAPITULATION, 



States Where Packed. 



Illinois 

Missouri 

Iowa 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Wisconsin 

Nebraska 

Kentucky 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Kansas 

Tennessee 

Pennsylvania 

West Virginia and other points 

Totals 



1885-6. 



2,671,224 

1,335,039 

719,948 

665,494 

470,742 

441,057 

195,391 

153,987 

91,065 

64,000 

9,200 

30,468 

39,074 

27,492 



6,914,181 



1884-5. 



2,526,743 

1,198,092 

766,593 

559,903 

406,655 

397,393 

202,200 

182,812 

70,579 

51,700 

19,848 

27,880 

30,000 

7,000 



6,447,398 



1883-4. 



2,150,341 

919,034 

624,604 

523,075 

350,415 

315,093 

143,270 

156,394 

67,793 

43,300 

34,49:3 

34,152 

30,000 

7,600 



5,399,564 



1882-3. 



2,695,661 

932,693 

675,5t-9 

602,560 

365,621 

355,204 

150,980 

142,a37 

91,480 

39,900 

37,532 

24,055 

20,000 

6,900 



6,130,212 



1881-2. 



2,541,399 

804,239 

627,281 

618,348 

349,261 

376,834 

100,151 

148,902 

85,223 

36,400 

8,r34 

23,988 

20,000 

7,000 



5,747,760 



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PORK PACKIXO FOR A SERIES OF YEARS. 

Tlie folloiving shows the number of Hogs packed in the Mississippi Valley during each 
year ended March 1 for the last thirty-three years, divided hetiveen Summer and Winter 
Packing, and also the numher packed in Chicago during each of these years : 



Years* 
Elided ^larch 1. 



No. OP lk)GS Packed- 
March 1 TO November 1. 



In Chicago. In the West. 



1854-- 
1855.- 
1856. . 
1857.. 
1858- 
1859.. 
I860.. 
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.. 



48,917 


11,5,000 


10,-350 


250,000 


31,571 


505,000 


306,536 


1,062,916 


446,368 


1,200,444 


728,781 


1,262,343 


1,31.5,402 


2,307,866 


1,508,026 


2,543,120 


2,017,841 


8,378,044 


2,155,418 


4,051,248 


2,971,127 


5,323,898 


2,732,384 


4,803,689 


1,664,957 


3,210,787 


1,900,408 


3, 781. 0.36 


1.859,988 


4,0.58,868 


2,535,678 


4,964,572 



No. of Hogs Packed 
November 1 to March 1. 



In Chicago. ; In the West. 



52,849 

73,694 

80,380 

74,000 

99,262 

179,684 

151,339 

271,805 

.505,691 

970,264 

904,659 

760,514 

507,355 

639,:«2 

796,226 

597,954 

688,140 

870,280 

1,214,886 

1,425,079 

1,520,024 

1,690,348 

1,592,065 

1,618,084 

2,.50],285 

2,943,115 

2,.52,5,219 

2,781,064 

2,368,100 

2,.557,823 

2.011,384 

2.368,217 

2,393,052 



2,534,770 


52,849 


2,124,404 


73,694 


2,489,502 


80,380 


1,818,468 


74,000 


2,210,778 


99,262 


2,465,552 


179,684 


2,350,822 


151,-339 


2,155,702 


271,805 


2,893,666 


505,691 


4,069,520 


970,264 


3,261,105 


904,659 


2,422,779 


760,514 


1,785,955 


507,355 


2,490,791 


639,332 


2,781,084 


796,2-26 


2,499,173 


597,954 


2,595,243 


688,140 


3,717,084 


919,197 


4,875,560 


1,225,236 


5,451,254 


1,456,650 


.5,462,700 


1,826,560 


.5,561,226 


2,136,716 


4,8.87,999 


2,320,846 


5,068,992 


2,933,486 


6,,502,446 


4,009,311 


7,475,648 


4,960,956 


6,946,151 


4,680,637 


6,914,4.56 


5,7.52,191 


5,747,760 


5,100,484 


6,i;w,2ia 


• - 4,222,780 


5.402,0f>4 


:i,911.792 


6,447,398 


4,228,205 


6,298,995 


4,928,730 



Total No. Packed 
March 1 to March 1. 



In Chicago. In the West. 



2,5.34,770 

2,124,404 
2,489,502 
1,818,468 
2,210,778 
2,465,552 
2,350,822 
2,155,702 
2,893,666 
4,069,520 
3,261,105 
2,422,779 
1,785,955 
2,490,791 
2,781,084 
2,499,173 
2,595,243 
3,832,084 
5,125,560 
5,956,254 
6,525,616 
6,761,670 
6,150,342 
7,376,858 
9,045,566 
10,853,692 
10,997,399 
12,2.38,354 
10,551,449 
9,340,999 
9.1&S,l60 
10,506,266 
11,263,567 



Previous to 18T1 uo reliable returns were made of tlie Summer 
siderable. 



I^ackiug; it was, however, ineon- 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT 

Of the last Eleven, Packing Seasons in tJie West, exclusive of Chicago, Nov. 1 to March 1. 



Seasons. 


No. of 
Hogs. 


Average 
Net Weight. 


Aggregate 
Weiglit. : 


Seasons. 


No. of 
Hogs. 


Average 
NetWeight. 


^I^S!^ 


1875-6 

1876-7 

1877-8 

1878-9 

1879-80.... 
1880-1 


4,887,999 
5,068,992 
6,502,446 
7,475,648 
6,946,151 
6,914,456 


217 71-100 
215 58-100 
226 04-100 
217 14-100 
212 94-100 
207 71-100 


1,064,122,270 
1,092,773,295 
1,469,812,893 
1,62.3,262,206 
1,479,113,493 
1,436,201,655 


1881-2.... 
1882-3.... 
1883-4.... 
1884-5.-.. 
1885-6.... 


5,747,760 
6,130,212 
5,402,064 
4,079,181 
3,905,943 


210 16-100 
213 62-100 
201 15-100 
327 23-100 
212 39-100 


1,207,935,077 
1,309,535,887 
1,086,637,413 
1,087,142,529 
1,011,517,036 



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JSTTMBER OF HOGS PACKED AT CHICAGO 

For the Twelve 3IontJis emling MarcJi 1. 188G. 
Compiled from the Report of Howard. White & Co. 



Packers. 



SuMMEU Packing, ' \Vinti:r Packing, 

Mar. 1 to Nov. 1,1865.1 November 1, 1885, to March 1. 1886. 



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Agar & Marshall 

Allerton Packing Co 

Anglo-American Provision Co . 

Armour &Co — 

Arnold Bros 

Baldwin, Geo. D. & Co . . _ 

Botsford, H. & Co 

Botsf ord Packing Co _ 

Butcher's Sons, Washington 

Carpenter, W. O . _ _ 

Chicago Packing and Prov. Co. 

Cudady, John _ . . 

Dahmke & Fischer .._ 

Doud, L. B. &Co 

Dupee, Cyrus & Co 

Ferguson, J. C. & Co 

Hately Bros 

International Provision Co 

Johnstone Packing Co 

Jones & Stiles 

Moran & Healy 

Morrell, John & Co. (Limited).. 

Murphev, B. F. Packing Co 

Silberhom, W. H 

Swift & Co 

Tobey& Booth 

Turner, James 

Underwood & Co 

Warren, Robert & Co 

Small houses 



r.ooo, 

44,.303' 

447,817 

614,785 

10,875 

30,715 

&5,355 

11,899 

23,964 

3,809 

194,447 

'8^436 
44,316 



Totals — Season 1885-86. 
1884-85. 
1883-84. 
1883-83. 
1881-82. 
1880-81 . 
187<>-80. 
1878-79- 
1877-78. 
1876-77. 



72,469 
137,184 
123,494 

85^378 
91,921 

69^576 
98,189 
4,950 
77,821 
14,133 
103.115 
57,959 
72,268 



2,535,678 
1,859,988 
1,900,408 
1,664,957 
2,732,384 
2,971.127 
2,155,418 
2,017,841 
1,508,026 
1,315.402 



2a5.00 
267.00 
210.50 
272.00' 
234.00 
277.00, 
273.62 
262.75 
225.00 
238 74 
268.00; 

250^33 
206.001 

203 [661 
229.001 
248.00 

173 [66 
170.00 

240 [75 
290.00 
250.00 
209.18 
191.25 
240.00 
204.00 
234.14 



34.00 
40.50 
29.78 
36.00 
54 00 
42.43 
42.11 
37.50 
31.50 
32.74 
40.56 

75^66 
33.70 

24 [32 

29.75 
40.00 

22^29 
18.75 

36 [82 
41.00 
&5.00 
21.00 
31.00 
60.00 
27.00 
51.40 



239.82 
233.68 
244.81 
222.02 
230.16 
231.14 
232.64 
236.90 
239.13 
231.45 



35.10 
31.94 
36.94 
29.58 
32.40 
30.83 
33.48 
36.72 
32.50 
29.10 



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3,400 

61,090 

316.409 

51L372 

4,823 

33,398 



89,869 
6,050 

427,869' 

103,306: 

5.7511 

33,5361 

11,067 

46.082 

72,540 

131,815 

31,094 

56,571 

54,816 

57,236 

63[278! 
29,470: 
44,519' 
8,683' 
72,648; 
47,755] 
29,135! 



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61.090 299.00 

316,409:228.66 

511,.372i278.00 

6,823 265.85 

a3.398:292.20 



89,869 

6,050 

4,917 

428.717 

103;.306 

5,751 

33,536 

11,067 

46,082 

72,540 

131,815 

31,094 

56,571 

54,816 

57.236 



300.00 
250.00 
262.01 
297.00 
263.77 
253.00 
260.00 
1295.50 
1232.00 
1254.00 
281.00 
: 174. 79 
191.00 
174.00 
257.00 



63,278:285.00 
29,470:260.00 
44,5191207.63 
8,683:193.51 
72,6481199.00 
47,7551256.00 
60,840!241.48 



2,353.582 
2,321,334 
1,972,749 
2,481,924 
2,318,315 
2,722,442 
2,421,943 
2,823,743 
2,381,116 
1.494,512 



39,470! 

46,883 

38,635 

75,899; 

49,785' 

58,622 i 

103,276' 

119,372 j 

120,169 

123.572 



2,393,052 
2,368.217 
2,01i;.384 
2,557,823 
2,368,100 
2,781,064 
2,525,219 
2,943,115 
2.501.285 
1.618;084 



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272.57 

246.79 

265.22 

264.60 

259.20 

271.66 

274.5' 

278.49 

263.3' 



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46.15 
33.98 
39.00 
62.00 
44,78 

42^66' 
35.00' 
39.01 
45.00 
35.27 
72.00' 
41.00 
41.15: 
29.75i 
38 .50! 
46.60! 
22.54' 
29.06 
19.50 
40.00 

46^66 
36.40 
20.75 
30.00 
45.00! 
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10,400 

105.393 

764,226 

1,126,157 

17.698 

64^113 

85.355 

10i;768 

30,014 

8,226 

623.164 

103,306 

14.187 

77.852 

li;067 

118,551 

209.724 

255;309 

31,094 

141,949 

146.737 

57.236 

69,.576 

161.467 

34:420 

122,340 

22,816 

175.763 

105;714 

133,108 



39.24 
38.44! 
34.53! 
36.71 
39.75i 
37.94; 
40.59 
44.441 
39.60 
35.10 



4,928,730 
4,228,205 
3,911.792 
4,222;780 
5.100,484 
5,752,191 
4.680,637 
4,960,956 
4,009,311 
2,933,486 



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NUMBER OF HOGS PACKED AT CHICAGO 

For the Twelve Months ending March 1, 1887, 
Compiled from the Report of Howard, White & Co. 



Packers. 



Agar & Marshall 

Allerton Packing Co 

Anglo-American Provision Co . 

Armour & Co - . 

Arnold Bros 

Baldwin, Geo. D. & Co 

Botsford, H. & Co 

Botsf ord Packing Co 

Chicago Packing and Prov. Co . 

Craig, J. C. & Co - 

Cudady, John 

Dahmke & Fischer 

Delany, Jas. J -. 

Doud, L. B. &Co - 

Dupee, Cyrus & Co 

Ferguson, J. C. & Co 

Flanagan & Hoff 

Hately Bros - 

International Provision Co 

Johnstone Packing Co 

Jones & Stiles 

Lees, Hendricks & Co 

Moran & Healy 

Morrell, John & Co. (Limited) . 

Shoeneman & Huchberger 

Silberhorn, W. H 

Swift & Co - -- 

Tobey & Booth 

Turner, James - 

Underwood &Co 

Warren, Robert & Co_ 

Small houses - 

Totals — Season 1886-87 _ . - 
1885-86--. 
1884-85.-- 
1883-ftl-.. 
1882-83-.. 
1881-82... 
1880-81... 
1879-80-.. 
1878-79... 
1877-78.-- 
1876-77... 



Summer Packing, 
Mar. 1 TO Nov. 1,1886. 



Winter Packing, 
November 1, 1886, to March 1, 1887. 




29,285 

511,722 

616,433 

9,681 

18,053 



259.00 
209.25 
235.00 
239.00 
267.50 



42,638 263.33 
424,664 260.00 



9,394 249.00 
70,788i2l6"66 



16,369 



190.00 



90,516 214.00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
50 
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80,725 
38,788 

101,995 
4,500 

105,793 
82,600 



253. 

168. 

175. 

180. 

171 

225. 



207 
200 



74,720 
4,920 
56,861 !2]5 
24,0391188 
71,897i205 



32,759 
57,012 



2,581,752 
2,535,678 
1,859,988 
1,900,408 
1,664,957 
2,732,384 
2,971,127 
2,155,418 
2,017,841 
1,508,026 
1,315,402 



223 
224 



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224.57 
239.82 
233.68 
244.81 
222.02 
230.16 
231.14 
232.64 
236.90 
239.13 
231.45 



40.00 
35.00 



68.00 
3i!66 

21 '66 

29^66 
41.80 
20.75 
23.00 
40.00 
17.25 
32.00 

33i66 
25.00 
20.50 
33.37 
43.00 
29.50 
44.50 



232,559 

29,700 

88,808 

5,a37 



21,494 
12,205 



7,896 

48,238 

143,306 



68,554 
4,500 
39,695 
23,257 
33,107 
59,873 
14,420 
52,162 
13,671 
47,214 



21,974 



31.92 
35.10: 
31.94 
36.94 
29.58J 
32.40 
30.83 
33.48 
36.72 
32.50 
29.10 



1,810,693 
2,353,582 
2,321,334 
1,972,749 
2,481,924 
2,318,315 
2,722,442 
2,421,943 
2,823,743 
2,381,116 
1.494,512 



6,000 



80,031 

232^559 
29,700 
88,808 
5,a37 
6,000 
21,494 
12,205 



2,064 



7a5 



15,735 



33,496 

39,470 

46,883 

38,635 

75,899 

49,785 

58,622 

103,276 

119,372 

120,169 

123,572 



48,238 
143,306 

4,500 
39,695 
23,257 
33,842 
59,873 
14,420 
52,162 
13,671 
47,214 



37,709 



306.00 
203.75 
258.00 
260.00 

305 "66 

291" !66 

230.00 
263.50 
274.00 
225.00 
302.00 
288.00 

186'66 
218.00 
249.00 

173 '66 
200.00 
170.50 
229.00 
221.00 
265.00 
205.00 
220.00 
190.00 
306.00 

231 ^40 



1,844,189 
2,393,052 
2,368,217 
2,011,384 
2,557,823 
2,368,100 
2,781,064 
2,525,219 
2,943,115 
2,501,285 
1,618,084 



249.92 
262.24 
272.57 
246.79 
265.22 
264.60 
259.20 
271.66 
274.57 
278.49 
263.37 



37.50 

42.82 

28.25 

33.6 

65.00 

46'54 

40 '66 
30.00 
35.15 
71.00 
38.00 
43.25 
39.25 

25 '66 
30 00 
33.20 

23 "56 
42.00 
18.50 
34.50 
31.00 
40.00 
26.00 
22.50 
33.85 
57.00 

48"66 



34.67 
39.24 
38.44 
34.53 
36.71 
39.75 
37.94 
40.59 
44.44 
39.60 
35.10 



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11,240 
79,991 

735,453 
1,098,768 
18,423 
18,053 
80,031 
42,6:38 

657,223 
29,700 
88,808 
15,231 
6,000 
92,282 
12,205 
16,369 
7,896 

138,754 

224,031 
38,788 

172,613 
9,000 

145,488 

105.857 
33,842 

134.593 
19;340 

109,023 
37,710 

119,111 
32,759 
94,721 

4,425,941 
4,928,730 
4,228,205 
3,911,792 
4,222,780 
5,100,484 
5,752,191 
4.680,637 
4;960,956 
4,009,311 
2,933,486 



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76 



STATEMENT 



Of the Weekljj Shipmenfn of Hog 



PoltK. 



Laki). 



Hams. 



Week Ended 



.Junuaiy _. 'i 

■>] 

_... ^8 

Febiiiarv 4 

.^ 11 

IH 

25 

March 4 

11 

IH 

;i5 

April 1 

8 

15 

-^2 

2'.) 

Mav () 

Vi 

2\) 

ar 

June 3 

10 

17 

24 

Julv 1 

8 

15 

August 5 

V2 

Ill 

2V> 

September 2 

9 

1() 

i 23 

. ....i 30 

Octol)e r 7 

14 

2\ 

..-.' 28 

November , 4 

! 18 

25 

Deceml)er ...: 2 

9 

I 16 

23 

30 

Totals 



Barrels. 


Tierces. 

14.228 


Barrels 


Other 
Pkgs. 


6.971 


293 


1 

14,086 


8.291 


14.(H)8 


4:« 


17,806 


6.91(1 


9.248 


iHii) 


25.464 


8.125 


8.828 


519 


22,587 


6.413 


8.489 


534 


27,741 


9.675 


10.150 


273 


23,117 


9,148 


8.487 


229 


27,022 


4.573 


5.818 


471 


18.509 


3.673 


4.444 


2m 


10,623 


5,508 


9,970 


343 


20.998 


3.679 


12.481 


327 


20.556 


4,42() 


6.6:^9 


289 


15.923 


3.857 


6.444 


109 


12.2;^ 


4.206 


6.994 


110 


17,608 


4,922 


8.787 


111 


20.842 


5.7a5 


7.225 


2(>4 


21,761 


7.582 


16.1M 


131 


16,685 


4.262 


14.143 


18;^ 


18.526 


4.161 


9,089 


58 


11.116 


5.050 


13,093 


131) 


14.936 


3,453 


6.195 


604 


15.834 


4.tX)8 


6.274 


124 


18,519 


6.2.55 


6.514 


16:^ 


12,tXt9 


4.4;W 


9.922 


2iH) 


18.9:J4 


4,(>24 


5,040 


147 


13,8.55 


3.405 


3.540 


194 


9,487 


4,381 


4.440 


317 


12,212 


3,8:^6 


5.526 


306 


11, KM 


7,874 


7.488 


221 


10,756 


3.995 


8.643 


145 


10,887 


3.231 


6.291 


103 


12,641 


4.777 


5,999 


217 


12,833 


4.937 


5,780 


282 


8.225 


5.318 


9,014 


86 


17,895 


5,900 


36.9a5 


;«2 


14.329 


10,566 


18,157 


287 


16.6!M 


10,6()2 


10,295 


201 


18.178 


7.0a5 


15,a34 


668 


20,166 


8,982 


11,042 


mo 


17,114 


9.3!)4 


5,823 


329 


14,935 


11,488 


9,627 


474 


34,0(i6 


5.572 


19,668 


276 


24.360 


10,012 


21,723 


747 


19,234 


12.597 


28,aS4 


316 


a3,524 


12.801 


14,866 


688 


38,288 


12,545 


11,069 


369 


.33,387 


8,292 


10,28;i 


482 


28,743 


9.576 


10,881 


528 


26,069 


17,928 


11,479 


766 


36.956 


11.004 


14,686 


838 


33,632 


7,124 


17,715 


764 


24,441 


20.038 


14,028 


662 


27,632 


2.910 


10,419 1 


829 


22,384 



Gross 


Tierces. 


Other 


W eight. 




Pkgs. 


6,369,988 


3,089 


3,480 


6,805,642 


3,130 


3,285 


5,480.608 


3,207 


3,201 


4.946,826 


3,286 


3,95;i 


5.354.726 


3,887 


3,924 


5,-522,769 


3,551 


3,826 


4,980,912 


2,643 


4,232 


3,665,020 


3,235 


3,434 


2,503,146 


2.457 


3,599 


5,587,994 


2,512 


3.296 


6,447,085 


2,019 


3,056 


3,778,928 


2.757 


3,639 


3,468,2&3 


3,873 


3.844 


3,827,765 


3,288 


4.320 


4,863,491 


1,830 


3,732 


4,187,900 


3,201 


4.488 


7,585,631 


3,564 


4,419 


6,954,507 


3,953 


5,105 


4,550,346 


4,515 


4,670 


6,042,637 


5.604 


5,142 


4,144,386 


3,812 


6,912 


3.662,463 


4,305 


6,a34 


3,403,430 


5,362 


6,031 


5,276,306 


5.211 


6,529 


3,030,067 


5.725 


5,747 


2,110,641 


7.961 


4,576 


2,807,714 


5,606 


4,419 


3,895,785 


5,939 


9,614 


3,810,258 


6.798 


7..330 


4,189,153 


6..542 


0,697 



3,3a3,5<)6 
3,301,969 
3,669,872 
4.890.817 
16,384,&59 
8,082,316 
5,659,799 
9.620,622 
6,228,652 
3.878,533 
6,528,854 
9,815,301 
10,388,177 
14,0*8,554 
8,742,394 
6,430,305 
6,204,436 
6,183,006 
6,952,924 
8,922.056 
9,016,776 
7,411,133 
5,709,438 



375,601 578,829 18,535 j 1,047,497 311,258,606 I 203,565 



249,681 



77 



m DETAIL 



Product dtiring the near ]S8('>. 



H 


\.MS. 


Middles and Miscki-laneous Cuts. 


1 


Shod 


LDERS. 




Loose 


Gross 


1 

' Boxes. 


Other 


Loose 


Gross 


Boxes. 


Other 


Loo.«e 


Gross 


Pieces. 


Weight. 
3,742,107 




, Pkgs. 
i 3,938 


, Pieces. 
41 ,.523 


; Weight. 




Pkgs. 


Pieces. 


Weight. 


32,458 


' 11.618 


9,843.607 


1,948 


842 


31.3.54 


2,244,914 


30,599 


3,589,839 


11.163 


' 4.327 


54.798 


9,856,562 


1.978 


1.225 


28,6i)7 


2.114,385 


30,465 


3,509,650 


9..-MI5 


3:984 


8i:006 


8,a50,784 


1:477 


412 


10,579 


1,345,2.59 


31,453 


3.543,415 


10,594 


3,939 


76.194 


9.717,988 


1.508 


817 


36,959 


1,891,855 


30,a55 


4:348.607 


8.737 


' 3.t>48 


83..580 


a433,183 


975 


1,191 


;K,397 


1,634,552 


28,109 


3,&59,241 


1],]27 


i 3.4.53 


93.464 


10,099,363 


973 


653 


43.766 


1,317,365 


31,989 


3,6:«,039 


9,812 


2:451 


97.150 


■ 7,718,743 


1.311 


738 


20:349 


3,.504,152 


15,689 


3,387,484 


7,591 


3,641 


57,215 


7,165,738 


2,04t) 


339 


8,229 


1,397.347 


12,643 


2,843,634 


6,136 


3.604 


28.399 


5,843.856 


913 


506 


6.566 


918,585 


4,023 


2,993,898 


5.44« 


5,824 


50,850 


5.637.090 


1.366 


1.137 


26.795 


1,663,013 


9,651 


2,a38,098 


6.496 


2,a57 


57,.543 


5.388:865 


978 


546 


i7:a52 


970,989 


8,671 


2,904,573 


6,405 


3.4a5 


52..>43 


5,766,396 


a34 


662 


18:983 


1,1.57,820 


5,323 


3.276,048 


7.335 


1,343 


30,437 


,5,431.390 


2.570 


453 


3.941 


923,741 


10,781 


3.623,353 


7,837 


4.631 


42,784 


6.466,018 


1:000 


991 


2,071 


996,171 


2,044 


3.686,603 


7,8;^9 


1.908 


49,757 


6,313,303 


744 


965 


22.377 


1.025,491 


10.899 


3,686.490 


7,975 


2,298 


47.297 


6.7ia313 


1.317 


1,099 


3,295 


1,. 540.755 


11.5a5 


3.741.724 


8.876 


3.169 


104,373 


9:340:043 


1,404 


1,019 


13.864 


1,407,855 


13:310 


4,328,407 


6;588 


2;052 


41,671 


5,603,316 


1,321 


916 


3:400 


1,097,327 


9,914 


4,378.876 


6.341 


1.169 


103.167 


7.3*5.408 


791 


778 


1,633 


939,699 


5,434 


5,102:i85 


5.170 


3,707 


56.110 


5.959,149 


1,097 


436 


9,830 


1,098,838 


1,788 


5.:«)7:385 


6:393 


3.360 


37.337 


5,3.52,216 


958 


1,569 


26.791 


1,636,724 


15.458 


5.738.515 


8:6t)7 


3,683 


39.818 


7,486,733 


1,466 


1,530 


14,067 


1,669,293 


13,627 


5,798,373 


8.2a5 


3.1i»2 


84:419 


8,133,931 


1.1.52 


2.312 


8,672 


1,640.718 


21.109 


5,501,298 


6,261 


3,166 


76.610 


7.341,119 


639 


1,592 


-36,447 


1,488:722 


10;486 


5,007.959 


7,885 


^2,609 


114,069 


9,587,388 


a35 


1.361 


1-5,880 


1,.387,292 


itsi 


5,672,708 


8,869 


6,0.50 


91,907 


9,513.004 


1.4:34 


1.888 


14,063 


1,651.792 


4,513,865 


6,310 


1.309 


91.315 


7,695,330 


1:404 


1,216 


4,995 


1,21.5:379 


le'ieo 


6,303,386 


9.809 


3.423 


86:804 


9.616,397 


3:352 


1,140 


39.692 


2,438,969 


20,041 


6,663,663 


8,089 


3,183 


115.060 


10,.533.336 


1.061 


1,272 


4:472 


1,238,155 


20,404 


5,337.875 


10.313 


4,593 


a5,243 


9.33i:916 


l,a50 


1,477 


17.038 


1,71.5,418 


18,643 


4,893,504 


10,306 


3.065 


76,649 


9,809,334 


1,471 


1,071 


5.419 


1,493.445 


3,632 


5,1.57.023 


8,594 


1,662 


86,601 


9.128,478 , 


1.266 


751 


331 


1,231,677 


2,385 


5,068;420 


9,644 


2,091 


lia412 


10,660,373 


].2.a5 


1,-396 


1,610 


1,475.480 


12,110 


4,623.959 


7,573 


707 


90,197 


8,298,701 


1,317 


1.343 





1,426,619 


6,906 


4,346,764 


8,306 


3,.545 


82,714 


a354,438 


844 


1,544 


5,096 


1,339.991 


11,181 


4,314,533 


8,409 


4,495 


93.161 


9,006,084 


1,270 


1,485 


5.-536 


1.. 383,848 


18,736 


3,878,385 


8,307 


4,993 


118,942 


13.748,633 


822 


1,542 


10,877 


i;394,425 


37,391 


3.633.048 


9,896 


3,530 


276.591 


17,394,960 


957 


1,146 


17.154 


1,308.871 


12,862 


4,443,333 


8,933 


1.878 


91.949 


9,372.154 i 


1,173 


846 


18,486 


1,265,677 


16,689 


4„563.386 


7,882 


3.197 


&5,554 


6.aii:633 I 


1.311 


1,065 


9,439 


1,395,346 


21,099 


4.364.770 


8.:M3 


3,.596 


84.336 


8,676,383 \ 


936 


1,549 ; 


6,647 


1,292,242 


13,341 


3,.586.143 


4,374 


3,034 


69.900 


5,954,496 ; 


1,050 


1,125 '. 


13,501 


1.226,-394 


15,060 


2,516.039 


4,492 


2,493 


148:010 


8,365,732 j 


481 


976 


17,505 


984,337 


26,431 


4,264:815 


10,087 


3.809 


135:533 


11,588.937 i 


1.003 


1,783 


S2,.527 


1.654,126 


25,659 


3,547.960 


7,552 


6:656 


143,818 


9.7.32,219 i 


1,098 


1,196 


21,676 


1,478,800 


45,857 1 


2,356,856 


7,133 


3,663 


138.548 


9..563.345 : 


391 


1,126 


27.106 


945,493 


36,687 i 


3,333,156 


9,.555 


2.035 


115:323 


10,400,578 


a36 


681 


88,014 


945.866 


60,206 


3,843,881 


l].:i86 


4.041 


73,677 


10.656.869 ' 


1.189 . 


688 


84,999 


1,440,315 


99.273 ! 


5,690,751 


11,6;^6 


7,972 


79.777 


11.296.097 


1.111 


1,354 


46,079 


1,970,858 


103;641 ; 


5,331,967 


14,784 


10.;i87 


72,997 


13,-583,558 


809 


1,275 


65,393 


1,991.455 


104,275 i 


4,717,266 


13,009 


3,974 


27,104 


9,373,898 


663 


748 


63,907 


1,587.127 


56,813 ; 


4,706.400 


13,312 


4,247 


58,087 


9.742.350 ' 


1.067 


l.:i86 


53.776 


2,062,851 


36,333 i 


3,892,370 
233,936,543 


7,300 
460,083 


3,319 


34,279 


6,077,860 1 


966 


1:594 1 


31,199 


1,786,238 


1,337,339 


172,418 


4,329,504 


456,928,-346 


61,791 


58,011 ' 


3,029,445 


77,138,755 





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78 
CATTLE AN^D HOG STATISTICS. 

Receipts and Shipments of Cattle for Twenty-three Years. 



Year. 



1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 



Received. 



338,840 
330,301 
384,251 
329,243 
328,514 
403,102 
532,964 
543,050 
684,075 
761,428 
843,966 
920,843 



Shipped. 



253,439 
301,637 
268,723 
216,982 
217,897 
294,717 
391,709 
401,927 
510,025 
574,181 
622,929 
696,.534 



Year. 



1876 

i8Tr 

1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 



Received. 



1,096,745 
1,033,151 
1,083,068 
1,215,732 
1.382,477 
1,498,550 
1,582,530 
1,878,944 
1,817.697 
1,905,518 
1,963,900 



Shipped. 



797,724 
703,402 
699,108 
726,903 
886,614 
938,712 
921,009 
966,758 
791.884 
744;093 
704,675 



Receipts and Shipments of Hogs for Twenty-three Years. 



Tear. 



J864 
J865 
J866 
J867. 
J868 
^869 
1870. 
1871 
1872. 
1873 
1874. 
1875 
1876. 
1877. 
1878 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 



Received. 



Live. 



1,285,871 
757,072 
933,233 
1,696,689 
1,706,592 
1,661,869 
1,693,158 
2,380,083 
3,252,623 
4,337,750 
4,259,629 
3,912,110 
4,190,006 
4,025,970 
6,339,654 
6,448,300 
7,059,355 
6,474,844 
5,817,504 
5,640,625 
5,351,967 
6,937,535 
6,718,761 



Dressed. 



289,457 

92,239 

353,093 

260,431 

281,923 

190,513 

260,214 

272,466 

235,905 

233,156 

213,038 

173,012 

148,622 

164,&39 

102,512 

91,044 

89,102 

52,835 

36,778 

56,538 

24,538 

32,700 

24,846 



Total. 



1,575.328 
849,311 
1,286,326 
1,987,120 
1,988,515 
1,852,382 
1,953,372 
2,652,549 
3,488,528 
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 



Shipped. 



Live. 



Dressed. 



561,277 


98,115 


659,392 


575,511 


69,034 


644,545 


484,793 


91,306 


576,099 


760,547 


156,091 


916,638 


1,020,812 


226,901 


1,247,713 


1,086,305 


199,650 


1,285,955 


924,483 


171,188 


1,095,671 


1,162,286 


169,473 


1,331,759 


1,835,594 


145,701 


1,981,295 


2,197,557 


200,906 


2,398,463 


2,330,661 


197,747 


2,528,108 


1,582,643 


153,523 


1,736,166 


1,131,635 


79,654 


1,211,289 


951,221 


94,648 


1,045,869 


1,266,906 


26,039 


1,292,945 


1,692,361 


40,024 


1,732,385 


1,394,990 


33,194 


1,428,184 


1,289,679 


46,849 


1,336,528 


1,747,722 


40,196 


1,787,918 


1,319,392 


44,367 


1,363,759 


1,392,615 


24,447 


1,417,062 


1,797,446 


56,305 


1,853,751 


2,090,784 


100,117 


2.190,901 



Total. 



BEEF AIS^D PORK PACKING I^ CHICAGO 

For the last Twenty-three Years, March 1 to March 1. 



Season. 


Number of 

Cattle 

Packed. 


Number of 

Hogs 

Packed. 


Seasou. 


Number of 

Cattle 

Packed. 


Number of 

Hogs 

Packed. 


1863^ 


70,086 
92,459 
27,172 
25,996 
35,348 
26,950 
11,963 
21,254 
16,080 
15,755 
21,712 
41,192 


904,659 

760,514 

507,355 

639,332 

796,226 

597,954 

688,140 

919,197 

1,225,236 

1.456,650 

1,826,560 

2,136,716 


1875-6 


63,783 

324,898* 

310,456* 

391,500* 

486,537* 

511,711* 

575,924* 

697,033* 

1,182,905* 

1,319,115* 

1,402,613* 

1,608,202* 


2,320,846 


1864-5 


1876-7 


2,933,486 
4,009,311 
4,960,956 


1865-6 


1877-8. 


1866-7 


1878-9... - 


1867-8 


1879-80 


4,680.637 


1868-9 


1880-1 


5,752,191 


1869-70 


1881-2... . 


5,100,484 
4,222,780 


1870-1 


1882-3- - 

1883-4 

1884-6 

1885-6 

1886-7 


1871-2 

1872-3 


3,911,792 
4,228,205 
4,928,730 


1873-4 


1874-5.. 


4,425.941 







* Includes city consumption. 



79 



N^UMBER OF CATTLE SLAUGHTERED AT CHICAGO 

For the Dressed Beef, Packing, Canning, and City Trade for the past three years, 

ending March 1, 1887. 



Finns. 



Armour & Co 

Eastland & Duddleston.. 

Fairbank Canning Co 

Hammond, Geo. H. & Co 

Lees, Hendricks & Co 

Libby, McNeil & Libby .. 

Shoeneman & Co 

Swift&Co. 

Small houses 



1886-7. 
No. 



402,886 

14,000 

344,487 

*181,000 

37,253 
109,645 

35,000 
453,931- 

30,000 



Total... ' 1,608,202 



1885-6. 
No. 



330.652 

9,500 

239.995 

192,240 

33,286 
106,284 

28,500 
432,156 

30,000 



1,402,613 



1884-5. 
No. 



806,374 

17,000 
163.423 
145,010 

63,868 
112,215 

30,800 
401,617 

30,000 



1,270,301 



♦Slaughtered at Hammond, Ind., and partially reported in the shipments of Live. 

It is impossible to present the number of Cattle slaughtered for each department of trade. It is 
estimated that about 1,400,000 head were required for the Dressed Beef, Packing, and Canning trade. 
Messrs. Swift & Co. and G. H. Hammond & Co. confine their operations to shipping in carcass, while 
Messrs. Armour & Co. and the Fairbank Canning Co. extend their business to all departments, and 
Messrs. Libby, McNeil & Libby restrict their operations to the packing, canning, and city trade 
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SHIPMENTS OF FLOUR AND GRAIN FOR 49 YEARS. 

The following Table shows the aggregate Aiinual Shipments of Flour and all kinds of 
Grain since the .settlement of Chicago to the present time, compiled from the most 
authentic sources : 



Year. 



Flour, 
barrels. 



18:» 

18:^9 

1840 

1841 

1842 

1843 

1844 

1845 

iai6 

1847 

1848 

1849 

1850 

1851 

1852 

1853 

1851 

1855. 

185ii 

1857 

1858 

18.59 

IStiO 

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 



6,320 

13,752 

28,045 

32,538 

45,200 

51,309 

100,871 

72,406 

61,196 

70,i»84 

111,627 

lt):M19 

216,:«9 

259,648 

470,402 

686,351 

698,132 

1,603,920 

1,739,849 

1,522,085 

1,285,:M3 

1,293,428 

1,981,525 

2,015,455 

2,399,619 

2,:i39,063 

1,705,977 

1,287,574 

1,361.328 

2.303,490 

2,306.576 

2,285.113 

2,634,a38 

2.482,305 

2,779.640 

3,090,540 

2.862,737 

4.499,743 

3,843,067 

3,999,431 

4,808,884 

5.240,199 

3,778,227 



Wheat, 
bushels. 



78 

3,678 

10.000 

40,000 

586.907 

()88.967 

891,894 

95(i,860 

1,459.594 

1,974,304 

2,160,000 

1,936,264 

8*3,644 

437,660 

6:^5,996 

1.206,163 

2,306,925 

6.298,155 

8,364,420 

9,846,052 

8,a50.257 

7,166.696 

12,402.197 

15,a35.953 

13,808,898 

10,793,295 

10.250,026 

7.614,887 

10.118,907 

10.557.123 

10,374,()8:i 

13,244,249 

16,432,5a') 

12,905,449 

12,160,046 

24,4.55,(1.57 

27,634..587 

23 184.349 

14.361,9.50 

14.909.160 

24.211.739 

31.006.789 

22.796.288 

17.127.540 

10,767,884 

11,728,754 

21.046,577 

13.975,032 

15,750,129 



Corn, 
bushels. 



Oats, 
bushels 



67,135 

550,460 

644.848 

2()2,013 

3,221,317 

2,757,011 

2,780.228 

6.837,890 

7,517.625 

11,129,668 

6,814,615 

7.726,2^4 

4.349.360 

13,700,113 

24.372.725 

29.452,610 

2.5.051.450 

12.23.1.4.52 

25,437,241 

32,753,181 

21.267.205 

24.770.626 

21, .586.808 

17,777,377 

36,716,030 

47,013,5.52 

36,754.943 

32,705.224 

26,443.884 

45,629,035 

46.361.901 

.59.944.200 

61,299.376 

93,572.934 

75.46;i,213 

49,073,609 

71,666,.508 

53.274,050 

58,805,567 

56.376,476 



38.892 

65.280 

26,849 

1.58,084 

605,827 

2.0.30,317 

1,748,493 

3,2;?9.987 

1.888.538 

1,014.637 

.50f),778 

1,519.069 

1,18.5,703 

1,091,698 

1,633,2.37 

3,112,366 

0.2.34.8.58 

1 6,-567.6.50 

11,142.140 

9,961,215 

10.226,026 

14,440,a30 

8.800,646 

8,.507.7.35 

12,151,247 

12,2.55,5.37 

15.694.133 

10.561,673 

10.279.i;i4 

11.271.642 

12,497.612 

16.464.513 

13,514.020 

20,649.427 

2:^.250.297 

23,a58,2.39 

31,845,993 

34,230,293 

32.426,462 

.32,-364,208 







Total bush. 


Rye, 


Barley, 


Flour reduced 


bushels. 


bushels. 


to Wheat. 




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78 

3,678 

10,000 

40,000 

586,907 

688,967 

923,494 

1,025,620 

1,599,819 

2,243,021 

3,001,740 




31.452 


2,895,958 




22,872 


l,a30,968 




19,997 


4,646,831 


17,-315 


79.818 


5,826,437 


82,162 


120.267 


6,292,233 


41,1.53 


148,411 


13,132,501 


19,-326 


92,011 


16,632,750 


591 


19.051 


21,610.312 




17,993 


18,4a3.678 


7,569 


1-32.020 


20,587,189 


134,404 


486,218 


16,7.54,136 


156,642 


267,449 


31,108,759 


-393,813 


226,a34 


50,481.862 


871.796 


-5.32,195 


56,477,110 


651,094 


946,223 


54,287,-345 


893,492 


-345,208 


46,718,543 


999.289 


607,484 


52,268,181 


1,444.574 


1,300,821 


65,486,323 


1,213,-389 


1,846,891 


55,187.909 


1,202,941 


901, ISi 


63,688.-358 


798,744 


633,7.53 


56,759,515 


913,629 


2,-584,692 


54,745,903 


1,325,867 


2,908,113 


71,800,789 


776,805 


5,0-32,-308 


83,364,224 


960.613 


3,366,041 


91,597,092 


-335,077 


2,404.-5-38 


84,020,691 


310,.592 


1.868.206 


72,369,174 


1,433,976 


2.687.9-32 


87,241 ..306 


1.55:i.375 


4.213.656 


90,706.076 


2.025.6.54 


3..520.983 


118.675.469 


2.2:M,3()3 


3,566.401 


125,528.379 


1.365.165 


3,110,985 


154,.377,115 


1.104.452 


3,113,251 


14O..307,597 


1,77.3,148 


3,298,2,52 


114,864,9*3 


3,a38,,554 


4,643,011 


141,720.259 


4,-365,757 


4,09-5,-500 


1:^8,652.1.55 


1,216.961 


.5,58-3,003 


135,587,921 


817,553 


7,-326,190 


129,636,678 



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COMPARATIVE 



Showing the Current Prices of Flour, Wheat, Corn, and Oats in the Chicago 

SPRING WHEAT FLOUR, PER BARREL. 

Good to Choice Samples. 



January 

February 

March 

April --. 

May 

June 

July ....... 

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August _. 

lb 

September 

October 

Novemoer 

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December 



1880. 



6 00@6 50 
6 ()0C/,6 50 
5 5(K?(6 25 
5 .50@:t5 25 
5 50@t) 25 
5 51)@6 25 
5 
5 



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50@6 10 
50@6 10 
25@6 00 
OOfT' 5 75 
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90(a5 75 
75@5 60 
75@5 50 
7.5@5 
75@,5 
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75(«),5 

OOf^fi 00 
5 onjttti 00 
5 25(5; 6 25 
5 af--®!) 25 
5 00@(J 00 



4 -5(qS 

4 75'rt6 

4 75J5.() 

4 75^6 

4 7.T((55 

4 75@5 

1 "o@.6 

4 75rr(.5 

4 75 (? 5 

4 loji^i) 

4 75;r( 5 

5 00,1^ (i 
5 00@6 
5 25@6 
5 25S>fi 
5 .50®,6 

5 75v7() 
ti 25'«,7 
fi 50@,7 

6 50@7 
6 2.5@7 
6 25rrt>7 
6 25@7 
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00 
00 
75 
75 
75 
75 
75 
75 
75 
00 
25 
50 
50 
50 
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50 
75 
75 
25 
25 
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1882. 



1883. 



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B 2.5@7 25 1 
(i 00 "7 00 I 

5 00@7 00 I 
ti 25fr(\7 25 ! 
ti 25@7 50 

6 25@7 50 ' 
6 25'"7 50 
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6 10@,7 40 
ti 00@7 25 
ti 00@7 00 
6 00@ti 75 
5 75rr/,6 50 
5 25(f/fi 50 
5 00@6 00 
4 7m-6 00 
75@6 00 



4 7.5(^6 00 



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75@6 00 

75@6 to 

75^6 00 

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75@.t) 00 

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75@ti 25 

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00@6 50 

0i@6 50 

5 00(Sti 50 

£ 00@6 25 

5 00£?,6 25 

5 00@6 00 

5 00@6 00 

5 oor^ti 00 

5 0(i@6 00 

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00(?T)5 75 
85(®5 75 
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1884. 



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00(rt5 25 

00#^5 25 

00(S:5 25 

00@5 25 

75@5 00 

3 75<a;5 00 

3 75(§i5 00 

3 75@5 00 

3 75@4 75 

3 75@,4 75 

3 7t)(rt4 75 

3 75@4 75 

3 imA 65 

50@4 50 

3 5i'@4 50 

3 50@4 25 

3 50@,4 25 

3 00@3 75 

3 OO^iA 00 

3 00@.4 00 

3 00<y 4 00 



1885. 



3 00@4 00 
3 00@4 00 
3 00@4 00 
3 00@4 00 
3 00@4 00 
3 00:(/4 00 
3 00@4 00 
3 50@4 50 
3 50@4 50 
3 50@4 50 
3 50@4 50 
3 50@;4 50 
3 50®4 50 
3 .50@4 50 
3 50(rt;4 50 
3 50@,4 50 
3 50(fl4 50 
3 40@:4 50 
3 40@4 50 
3 70(r/ 4 50 
3 70@4 .50 
3 7004 50 
3 70(??-;4 50 
3 70@4 50 



1886. 



3 50@,4 00 

3 6C@4 00 

3 5C@4 10 

3 5C@4 10 

3 50@4 10 

50@4 10 

5f@4 10 

5C@4 10 

50(§i4 10 

65@4 10 

6?®4 10 

3 65@4 10 

3 6f@4 10 

3 65@4 10 

3 65@4 10 

3 65(&i4 00 

65@4 00 

65@4 00 

60@4 00 

5C@3 80 

5P®,3 75 

50@3 75 

3 5r@3 75 

3 50®;^ 75 



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16 


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16 


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16 


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16 


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1 


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16 


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16 


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16 


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16 


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16 


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16 


Dec. 


1 


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16 



1880. I 1881. 
No. 2 Spring. No. 2 Spring. 



1 31i4@l 32 
1 -Zi m 24 
1 19i4@l 201/2 
1 -iy^-Ml SifB 
1 2:^^®! 24 7i 
1 19i/2@l 2114 
1 13'/2@1 1414 
1 10 rr/,1 11 
1 12'.i@l 133^ 
1 15 @1 1514 

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1 00^®1 01% 

1 01 %®i 0214 

1 05'-i®,l 06 
1 091 8@1 10 
1 00'4@1 00% 



953i 

91?.i 

88% 

88 

9514 

9394 



971 i® 
97rs® 

9914® 

97' o® 

98 >6'® 

1 l)0'.2@l 

1 00?|®1 

1 02i.^®l 

1 01?8@1 
1 0114(5,1 
1 09%®1 
1 Oft ®1 
1 10'. ,(^1 
1 10jj®l 
1 19 ®1 

1 my^m 

1 24i<@l 
1 28'.2@1 
1 40 (ail 
1 36 ®1 
1 29%®1 
1 28 @1 
1 2514® I 
1 26%®1 



98'., 

97% 

99% 

97^8 

98% 

03 

03% 1 



No. 



1882. 
2 Spring. 



02 ^« 

02?8 

01% 

10 

09% 

11 

n% 
20 

31 

2514 
28% 
4014 
36 V4 

31 J4 
28'. 
25% 
28 



26 ®1 

27 ®1 

31 ®1 
20?^®! 
257i®l 
3:5 '.,(^1 
35i4®l 
35 @1 
.... 1 
24 ®,1 

5 @.l 
... 1 

32 ®1 
35 ®1 
32 ®1 
.... 1 
98%(?>1 



27'; 

273^ 

32 '/2 

21 

26',; 

34 " 

35'4 

35'; 

40 



1883. 
No. 2 Spring. 



96 14® 
92'/,® 
93i!.,® 
94 ® 
91!;® 



25', il 
25% II 
30 i 
35 

■iS 1 
34 [ 
04 il 

00'; 
98'^; 
94 

9H% 
92% 
94X 
9414 
91 '« 



93?-8@ 

971/2® 

04 @1 

09V4@1 

08%@1 

07i^®l 

07i/2@l 

04%®1 

11 ®i 

13 ®i 

1 

99i4@l 

00i4@l 

1 

02 ®1 

99 m 

93%® 
96 ® 
91 (k 
93i8("i 
94?8® 
96%@ 
9714® 



1884. 
No. 2 Spring. 



93 'a 

97% 

04'i 

09% 

09 

07% 

07% 

05 

12 j 

131/2 i 

07141 

00!2 

01 '/i 

01 

03 

9914 

9414 

96I4 

91 '4 

93:'^ 

9514 

97% 

975-8 



939^®93% 

9U%®91 

.... 9114 

95i4@95i4 

92i/2®92% 

93i.8@935s 

.... 85'/^ 

80%@84 

9254 

85 ®86J4 

89V4(t!89?'8 

86i4®86% 

82 ®82% 

.... 81% 

.... 8;3 

76i4®76% 

79i<®79% 

74H@'r4% 

78i4®78% 

74%®75 

74S'i(ff.74% 

72i4®72% 

73 @73'/2 

7014(0,7114 



1885. 
No. 2 Spring. 



1886. 
No. 2 Spring 



76 ®.78!4 

79%®80i4 

76%(g77i/^ 

"8%®7hi/2 

75i^®75i4 

765s@76% 

77'/2®,7758 

85 @85!4 

90i4@90% 

88%@89i4 

84%@84 

88 @88% 

87%@88 

88i4'^':?8i/2 

871/2® 875^ 

811/2@81?3 

78%®793^ 

80i4®81% 

85i/2®86% 

88 '/,(?? 88% 

a55'3®86 

89^^®90i^ 

84%;rf84% 

83%®835i 



84 @84% 
7914 

80i2®82'" 
80i/j@8Ii/2 
79!4®80',/, 
801-1 @82 
76 ®,'.8% 
75i/2@75% 
78 @79 
75 @76 
73 @73% 
71 @71% 

77^(^,7714 
7478® 75 
.... 76J^ 
75'''f@76i& 
74i4@74% 
73?-4('a731 
71 @7'i4 

imc" 73% 

73i4@74 

76}i®76ii 

76%@767i 



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i^d^M 



89 



STATEMENT 



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

CORN, PER BUSHEL. 







1880. 


1881. 


1882. 


188:3. 


1884. 


18«5. 


1886. 






No. 2 Corn. 


No. 2 Corn. 


No. 3 Corn. 


No. 2 Corn. 


No. 2 Corn. 


No. 2 Corn. 
345£@34% 


No. 2 Corn. 


January 


1 


40 @,4QH 


36Ji@37 


61 @63 


49'/2@49:'8 


54i/i@56fs 


:36i/8©:i6i4 




16 


.39i/8@39?^ 


37 @375i 


60',4@62i/2 


62 ©621/2 


5;3ii@535i 


■i~%m'i% 


:i6i^@:i6i4 


February 


1 


m%m'i 


36%@37 


60i4@605i 


54i/2@55V4 


52 @525£ 


.... 36 


36i8@36i4 




16 


36 r®36i4 


37yo@38 


57 ©5714 


57i4©57% 


54i4@.^5 


.... 37H 


.... :i7>^ 


March 


1 


36i'8@37 


3734@38% 


60 (gj60'/2 


57i/2©58i4 


53^-8©53i2 


m ©3854 


3714©W>4 





16 


37ii@37M 


385^@39M 


63 ®65 


58 ©5814 


54 ©54*1^ 


40 ©40/2 


Ti ©3714 


April 


1 


32i4@35!4 


38%@.41i-^ 


66i4@70 


54i4©57^ 


53?s@54 


41 ©4114 


.36i4@36^8 




16 


34%@35% 


42i4@42?£ 


76 ©77 


52% ©53 14 


48i4©485^ 


47i4©47S£ 


:36i4©36% 


May 


1 


mv2m^% 


42i4@4:3 


"3!i@74i4 


55i4®5558 


53i4@o:3?^ 


50 ©5914 


35i4©35% 




16 


m%<mt 


4\%mm 


76 ©7614 


54%@55?^ 


54 ©5414 


46^©47 


:i5i4@:36 


June 


1 


35i^@.3oi/2 


42 @42H 


68%@70 


56 @56?'8 


55 ©55H 


44i4@44^ 


.34%©:34% 




16 


■iAVzimm 


45f3@4.5% 


69J^©69i/o 


55 ©551^ 


5458@54% 


47=^@48 


M ©:B4i/2 


July 


1 


■^i%@M% 


45%@46i^ 


74:^©75ii 


48?6@49% 


50ii@50i/e 


47i4@4'79£ 


UVimo 




16 


36'/2@37 


47i/2@47M 


75i/2@76!/^ 


51i/2@52 


51%@51% 


46i4@46% 


37!4©.37% 


August 


1 


35'4@355£ 


49'/2(g)50 


75?i@76i4 


50 ©5014 


.55i2@55}i 


45^8@46 


43y»@44 




16 


37li@38i/8 


58i4@.585/s 


76iiv©76i/2 


51>^©52 


5W@515i 


\T>%@,4hli 


42J^@42i4 


September 


1 


39y2@395!i 


62M@63^ 


74'/2@'i5 


49 ©4991 


o\%@3iVi 


43H©4:3ai 


409i@41}^ 




16 


40ii@40i/2 


65 @65S4 


65}4©66 


49i4©4953 


54i/2@55i4 


43i4@43% 


:38i4©39H 


October 


1 


■mA((im% 


73!4@74 


59 ©6014 


49 ©4914 


.57i2@58 


41 ©41% 


.36i4@56i4 




16 


395i@397g 


6I5s@6-3 


68?4@69 


47i4©479i 


53 ©5314 


42 ©42^4 


m%rojm-% 


November 


1 


39;4@39'/i 


6278@B3i4 


67'/2©68 


47i8©47i4 


41?4©42V4 


40 ©40% 


m, ©3614 




16 


mmiiVs 


59ii@59i4 


71 ©711/2 


49 ©4914 


42' .©42^ 


.— 4:314 


:J5i/2©36 


December 


1 


iimi-'i2 


59 @i59H 


59 ©61 


543£©55 


34V2@«3494 


405ii©41 


:3ri4©37'4 




16 


38M®39 


61 ©61?^ 


49?£@50i!^ 


57/2©58i4 


40 ©401^ 


39?^@:39i4 


mv20M% 



OATS, PER BUSHEL. 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

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

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 



1880. 
No. 2 Oats 



.... 35 
.... :a5 

33i4©«i4 

3(12i@31i/2 

31i4©32i4 

31 ©321/4 

26i4®28i4 

-.-- 2914 

29f8@29% 

31i/8@31« 

30i/2©.30M 

27i4©27^ 

24 ©24^ 

245^©25 

22'2©23i^ 

24 ©2414 

27>^@28 

29i4@29i/2 

30 ©3014 

:32i4@:Ba?4 

2834©28% 

30%©319i 

.... ;3.3i4 

30i^©31 



1881. 
No. 2 Oats. 



31 ©3114 
31%©31!4 
29!4©29M 
80 @:30% 
29 ©2918 

:30^@3;3 
.34 @:34i4 
36i4©36% 
36ii@3tii/i 
369-s@37 

m ©3714 
42 ©4214 
31i4@31^ 
.... ii%U 
37 ©3714 
40i4@40i/2 
45'/2©46i4 

44 ©441^ 
43%@44 

4giz 
44i4®4434 

45 @45X 



1882. ! 1883. 1884. 

No. 2 Oats. I No. 2 Oats. No. 2 Oats. 



4:3%©44i4 
43i4©43?^ 

42 ©421 8 
41 ©4114 

43 ©431^ 

44 ©4414 
44i4@45 
52i4©52% 
53 ©5398 
.... 53 
48 ©4894 
50 ©50/2 
52i4©53 
.... 54 

45 ©51 
44?4©45i4 
.355£@36i/2 
.... 3114 
319'8©32 
:3494@35 

.... ;36i4 
:36i4@36^ 
37i4©379^ 



:35i8©:35i4 
:35%@36i4 
:37i8©:37% 
39;i^@39i4 
.... 42 
.... 41V4 
42'2@4354 
.... 43 
.... 4114 
.... 41 
39i4©393i 
.... :39 

:33 @;33i4 

27i4©29 
26i/2©27i/2 
25%@26 
26i.8©27 
2794@29 
2794@28 
.... 2794 
285£ 

m/Mm% 

:33 ©331/2 



32i/2@32^ 
.... 3294 
•32 ©:32)4 

;31%©:31% 
.... :32i/2 
28M@'29 
31io@:32 

— - 311/^ 

— - ;32i4 
.... 321/8 
:32i/2©325^ 

29ii@29% 
.... 291/2 
.... 301/2 
25^@2596 
25><?©25% 

25 ©251/^ 
25%©25% 

25% 
25%©25i/2 

26 @26X 
.... 25 
.... 24 



1885. 
No. 2 Oats. 



2794@28i4 

28?i©29 

29i4©29?4 

2894@29i4 

28 ©29 

.... 28 

31!/2@315i 

35 ('i:i5% 

37>^@35J£ 

:355Si©:36 

:32i/2@34i4 

•35 ©3514 

.33i4@.33 

:32i4@:33 

27 ©30 

27 ©30 
25 @255i£ 
26i4©26% 
25?4@96i^ 
25>^©25J4 
2ft ©261/4 

28 ©29 
.... 29>^ 

29i4@30 



1886. 
No. 2 Oats 



.... 2« 
.... 2814 
28'/2@29 
29i/2@30i4 
29 ©29'., 
.... 29 ■ 

'.'" 2894 

'.." mi 

26i4@263^ 
27 <«,27?4 
27i4@-27i4 
.... 2914 

26^@2ri4 
2514 
25i/^©2594 
24i4@25 

2414 

26J4 

26 @26X 
.... 27 
.... 26 



Si^^^'iJ^ ■**-iirt-.i» 



90 



RULES GOYERmNG THE INSPECTION OF GRAIN 



IN THE CITY OF CHICAGO. STATE OF ILLINOIS, 



In force from and after December 1. 1884- 



The following aro the rules adopted by the Board of Railroad and Warehouse Com- 
missioners, establishing a j)roper number and standard of grades for the inspection of 
grain, as revised by them. 



Long Red. 



Turkish 
Winter. 



RULE L— WINTER WHEAT. 

White Winter. No. 1 White Winter Wheat shall be pure White Winter Wlieat, or Red 
and White mixed; sound, plump, and well cleaned. 

No. 3 White Winter Wheat shall l)e 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 fifty-four pounds to the measured bushel. 

No. 4 While Winter Wheat shall incliule White Winter Wheat, damp, 
musty, or fi'om any cause so badly damaged as to render it unfit for No. 3. 

No. 1 Long Red Winter Wheat shall be pure Red Winter Wheat of the 
long-berried varieties: sound, plump, and well cleaned. 

No. 2 Long Red Winter Wheat shall be of the same varieties as No. 1 ; 
sound, and reasonably clean. 

Turkisli Red Winter Wheat.— The grades of Nos. 1 and 2 Turkisli Red 
Winter Wheat shall corresj)ond with the grades of Nos. 1 and 2 Red Winter 
Wheat, except that they shall be of the Turkish variety. 

In case of mixture of Turkish Red Winter Wheat witli Red Winter 
Wheat, it shall be graded according to the quality thereof, and classed as 
Turkisli Wiieat. 
Red Winter. No. 1 Red Winter Wlieat shall lie pure Red Winter Wheat of both light 

and dark colors of the shorter-berried varieties: sound, plump, and well 
cleaned. 

No. 2 Red Winter Wheat shall be Red Winter Wheat of both light and 
dark coh)rs; sound and reascmably cleati. 

No. 3 Red Winter Wheat shall include Red Winter Wheat not cleaned 
and plumj) enough for No. 2, but weighing not less than fifty-four pounds 
to the measured Inisliel. 

No. 4 Red Winter Wheat shall include Red Winter Wheat, damp, musty, 
or from any cause so badly damaged as to render it imfit for No. 3. 
Mixture. In case of the mixture of Red and Wliite Winter Wheat, it shall be 

graded according to the quality thereof, and classed as White Winter Wheat. 



91 

No. 1 Colorado Wheat shall be sound, plump, and well cleaned. Colorado. 

No. 2 Colorado Wheat shall be sound, reasonably clean, and of good 
milling quality. 

No. 3 Colorado Wheat shall include Colorado Wheat not cleaned and 
plump enough for No. 2, but weighing not less than fifty-four pounds to 
the measured bushel. 

RULE II.— SPRING WHEAT. 

No. 1 Hard Spring Wheat shaU be sound, plump, and well cleaned. Hard Spring. 

No. 2 Hard Spring Wheat shall be sound, reasonably clean, and of good 
milling quality. 

No. 1 Spring Wheat shall be sound, plump, and well cleaned. Spring Wheat. 

No. 2 Spring Wheat shall be sound, reasonably clean, and of good milling 
quality. 

No. 3 Spring Wheat shall include all inferior, shrunken, or dirty Spring 
Wheat, weighing not less than fifty-three pounds to the measured bushel. 

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

Black Sea and Flinty Pfife Wheat shall in no case be inspected higher 
than No. 2, and Rice Wheat no higher than No. 4. 

RULE III.— CORN. 

No. 4 Yellow Corn shall be yellow, sound, dry, plump, and well cleaned. Yellow. 

No. 2 Yellow Corn shall be three-fourths yellow, dry, reasonably clean, 
but not plump enough for No. 1. 

No. 3 Yellow Corn shall be three-fourths yellow, reasonably dry, and 
reasonably clean, but not sufficiently sound for No. 2. 

No. 1 White Corn shall be sound, dry and plump, and weU cleaned. "WTiite 

No. 2 White Corn shall be seven-eighths white, dry, reasonably clean, 
but not plumjj enough for No. 1. 

No. 3 White Corn shall be seven-eighths white, reasonably dry, and 
reasonably clean, but not sufficiently sound for No. 2. 

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

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

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

No. 4 C!orn shall include all Corn not wet or in heating condition, that is No. 4. 
unfit to grade No. 3. 

RULE IV.— OATS. 

No. 1 White Oats shall be white, sound, clean, and reasonably free from White 
other grain. 

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

No. 3 White Oats shall be seven-eighths white, but not sufficiently sound 
and clean for No. 2. 

No. 1 Oats shall be mixed Oats, sound, clean, and reasonably free from No. l. 
other grain. 



W^i^ 



92 

No. 3. ^o- 'v Oats shall be sweet, reasonably clean, and reasonably free from 

other grain, 
^^o. 3. No. 3 Oats shall be all Oats that are damp, unsound, dirty or from any 

other cause unfit for No. 3. 

RULE v.— RYE. 

No. 1. No. 1 Kyo, shall be sound, plump, and well cleaned. 

Xt). d. Xo. 2 Rye shall he sound, reasonably clean, and reasonably free from 

other grain. 
No. 3. No. 3. — All Rye, damp, musty, dirty, or from any cause unfit for No. 2, 

shall be graded as No. 8. 

RCLE YL— BARLEY. 

No. 1. No. 1 Barley shall be plump, bright, clean, and free from other grain. 

No. -i. No. 3 Barley shall be sound, of healthy color, not plump enough for No. 

1, reasonably clean, and reasonably free from other grain. 

No. 3. No. 3 Jiarley shall include slightly shrunken and otherwise slightly dam- 

aged Barley, n<3t good enough for No. 3. 

No. 4. No. 4 Barley shall include all Barley fit for malting purposes, not good 

enough for No. 3. 

No.."). No. 5 Barley shall include all Barley which is badly damaged, or from 

any cause unfit for malting purposes, except that Barley which has been 
chemically treated shall not be grade<l at all. 

Scotch. Scotch Barley. — The grades of Nos. 1, 3, and 3 Scotch Barley shall cor- 

respond in all respects with the grades of Nos. 1, 3, and 3 Barley, except 
that they shall be of the Scotch variety. 

RULE YIL 

The word " new " shall be inserted in each certificate of inspection of a 
newly harvested crop of Oats until the 15th of August, of Rye until the 1st 
day of September, of \Yheat until the 1st day of November, and of Barley 
imtil the first day of May of each year. This change shall be construed as 
establishing a new grade for the time specified, to conform in every particu- 
lar to the existing grades of grain, excepting the distinctions of "new" and 

'•old." 

RULE YIII. 

x\ll grain that is warm, or that is in a heating condition, or is otherwise 
unfit for warehousing, shall not be graded. 

RULE IX. 

.Ml inspectors shiiU make their reasons for grading grain, when necessary, 
fully known by notations on their books. The weight alone shall not deter- 
mine the grade. 

RULE X. 

Each inspector is requii'ed to ascertain the weight per measured bushel of 
each lot of Wheat inspected by him, and note the same on his book. 

Section 138. '"Any person who shall assume to act as an Inspector of Grain, 
who has not first been so appointed and swoi-n. shall be held to be an inifjos- 
tor, and shall be punished by a fine of not less than ^0 nor more than flOO 
for each and every attempt to so inspect Grain, to be recovered before a 
Justice of the Peace. 



>',:". .' >:L;tLAailtcli>^k ^'^ 



93 

"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 consideration, directly 
or indirectly, for any neglect of duty, or the improper performance of any 
duty as Inspector of Grain, and any person who shall improperly influence 
any Inspector of Grain in the performance of his duties as snch 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." 



The said Chief Inspector, and all persons inspecting Grain under his 
direction, shall in no case make the grade of the Grain above that of the 
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 any proees^s equivalent 
thereto, shall not be graded higher than Xo. 3. 

All persons employed in the inspection of Grain shall report all attemjjts 
to defraiid the system of Grain inspection as established )jy law. They shall 
also report to the said Chief Inspector, in writing, all instances where ware- 
housemen deliver, or attempt to deliver. Grain of a lower grade than that 
called for by the warehouse receipt. They shall also report all attempts of 
receivers or shippers of Grain to instruct or in any way influence the action 
or opinion of the Inspector, and the Chief Inspector shall re^jort all sueli 
cases to the Commissioners. 



iiiiifeifTiri1ii^tffii^«i»^-iitiMi-iiiB^^^^ 



94 



COMMISSIONS. 

The following schedule has been adopted by the Board of Trade as the minimum 
rates of Commission Charges to be made by members of the Board for the sale on con- 
signment, purchase and sale in the Chicago market, and purchase and shipment, of Grain, 
Provisions, and the other classes of property named : 

For the sale of Property on Consignment : 

Wheat ami Rye, by car-load lots, in store, free on board cars or vessels, on track, 

delivered or to be shipped from any other point .per bushisl $0 01 

Corn, by car-load lots, in store " OO^- 

For selling Corn otherwise than in store " 01 

Oats, by car-load lots " 00^ 

Barley, by car-load lots, in store " 01 

Barley, by car-load lots, free on board cars or vessels, on track, delivered, or to 

be shipped from any other point per bushel Oli^ 

All kinds of Grain, by canal-boat loads, in store, afloat or free on board ves- 
sels per bushel 00^ 

Flax Seed, in bulk 1 per cent 

Flax Seed, in bags 1^ 

Clover Seed, in car-load lots 1 " 

Clover Seed, in less than car-load lots 14 '' 

Timothy Seed 1| " 

All other Seeds li 

Dressed Hogs, in car-load lots 1^ 

Dressed Hogs, in less than car-load lots li@2|- " 

Bran, Shorts and Millstuffs |3 50 per car 

Corn Meal 5 00 '• 

Broom Corn 00^ per lb 

For the Purchase and Shipment of Property : 

Wheat, Rye, and Barley, to be shipped by vessel cargo per bushel $0 OOi 

Other Grain, to be shipjjed by vessel cargo " 00;^ 

All Grain, to be shipped by rail " OOi 

Lard, Mess Pork, and other Meats | of 1 per cent 

Pot the Purchase and Sale of Property in the Chicago Market: 

Grain of all kinds, in lots of 5,000 bushels or more per bushel $0 OOJ 

Lard, in lots of 250 tierces or more per tierce 10 

Mess Pork, in lots of 250 barrels or more per barrel 05 

Other Meats, in lots of 50,000 pounds or more i of 1 per cent 

In cases where the transaction is made for members of the Board 
one-half the last named schedule may be charged. 

Brokerage Charges under Limitations: 

On all kinds of Grain per M bushels $0 25 

On Lard per tierce 01 

On Mess Pork per barrel 00^ 

On other Meats per M lbs. 03 



.-.,i. 



95 



RATES FOR IKSPECTIJ^O Ai^D WEIGHIIS^G. 

GRAIN (State Inspection). 

For inspecting grain from ears, per car $0 35 

For inspecting grain from wagons, per load 10 

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

For inspecting grain to vessels, per M bushels 60 

For inspecting grain to cars, in bxilk, per car 35 

For inspecting grain to teams, per car 35 

For inspecting grain to teams, per load 10 

For inspecting grain in sacks, per bushel 00^ 

P. Bird Price, Chief Inspector: 

Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners, in charge of Grain Inspection: 
J. I. RiNAKER, . B. F. Marsh, W. T. Johnson. 

Registrar : 
J. W. Burst, 218 La Salle, Room 808. 

Committee of Appeals on Grain Inspection : 
Thos. H. Foster, W. N. Brainard, P. Reid. 

FLOUR. 

For inspecting flour, per barrel, or its equivalent if in sacks f 02 

R. W. Rathborne, Chief Inspector. 

PROVISIONS. 

Sampling, including re-packing and coopering : 

For inspecting beef and pork — for the first five barrels, per barrel $0 80 

For inspecting beef and pork — for each additional barrel 25 

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

For inspecting S. P. meats — for each additional tierce 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 barrel |0 10 

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

For inspecting S. P. meats — in lots of one hundred tierces or more, per tierce ... 10 

For inspecting bulk or boxed meats — in car-load lots or more, per M pounds. ... 15 

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

For inspecting tallow and grease, per tierce 05 

C. H. S. Mixer, Chief Inspector. 



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FLAX SEED. 

For inspecting flax seed received in bulk — for each car-load of one grade $0 65 

For inspecting flax seed received in bulk — where two or more grades are found in 

the same car, for each grade 50 

For inspecting flax seed received in bags — for each lot of 200 and not more than 350 

bags of one grade 1 00 

Foi' inspecting flax seed received in bags — for each lot of 75 and not more than 200 

bags .' 75 

For inspecting flax seed received in bags — for each lot not exceeding 75 bags 50 

For inspecting flax seed from store or for shipment — for each car-load or part of a 

car-load * , 35 

For inspecting flax seed from store or for shipment — for each lot of 200 or more 

bags, not exceeding 1 car-load 75 

For insi)ecting flax seed from store or for shipment — for each lot of less than 75 bags 40 
For inspecting flaxseed from store or for shipment — for inspection to vessels per 

M bushels 45 

S. H. Stevens, Chief Inspector. 

GRAIX BY SAMPLE. 

For inspecting grain l)y sample, per ear $0 30 

For inspecting grain from warehouse, per M bushels 25 

II. B. OWEX. I -r 

,, ^ ' - Inspectors. 

rsATUAX Leoerer. \ ^ 

WEIGHIXG CHARGES. 

Lard and Grease, not includi'.ig breaking down and re-piling, in lots of one hundred 

packages or more, per package $0 04 

For the lalxM- of l)reaking down and re-piling, to be refunded if not re-piled 03 

Tallow, in half hogsheads or smaller packages, per package 05 

Tallow, in hogsheads, per package 10 

Bulk Meats, not including labor, per M pounds 10 

For stripping lard or grease at regular warehouses — not less thitii five packages, 

per package 50 

Grain, by cargo, from elevator to vessels, per M bushels 20 

Grain, from canal-boats, per l)oat load 1 00 

Grain in bulk, at regular transfer stations, per car-load 30 

Flax Seed, in bags or bulk, per car, not including handling labor 30 

Handled at the expense of the U'eighev : 

Grain, Seed, Beans, Potatoes, and similar articles in bags, jier bag 02 

Sugar, in hogsheads and boxes, per 100 pounds 02 

Salt, in sacks, per 100 pounds 02 

Sugar. Salt, Dried Fruit, and similar articles, in barrels, per barrel 04 

liutter and Lard, in kegs, per package 04 

Wool, in lots of less than 50 V)ales, per bale 08 

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

Broom Corn, in lots of less than 50 bales, ])er bale 07 

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

Dressed Hogs, each 02 

Pig Iron aTid Lead, per 100 pounds 02 

Coal and Salt, per ton 05 

C. 11. S. Mixer. Weir/her of Packing House Product. 

.TouN Walker, ire/(//(e/' of other Commodities. 

*Foiir wagon-loads to be counted as equal to 1 car-load. 



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TRADE AND COMMERCE OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO, 



IK 



Flouk, Grain, Live Stock, Provisions, Wool, Hides, 
Coal, Lumber, Seeds, Etc. 



PRICES-CURRENT FOR VARIOUS LEADING ARTICLES, FREIGHTS, ETC., 

KOR THK YEAR 1886. 



97 






98 



IMPORTED MERCHANDISE. 

Value of Imported Merchandise entered for Consumption, and Duties collected thereon, 
at the Port of Chicago, during the year 1886. 



Commodities. 



Value. 



Duty. 



Goods Exempt from Duty . 

Ale, Beer and Porter 

Artists' Materials 

Barley 



Books, Printed 

Brushes 

Cheese aud Cheese Coloring 

Chemicals 

China and Glassware -.. 

Caustic Soda _ 

Cigars and Tobacco Manufactures. 

Clocks and Clock Materials 

Cutlery 

Diamonds 

Dressed Furs - - 

Dried Fruits and Nuts 

Druggists' Sundries 

Dry Goods _ 

Fish, all kinds - 

Gelatine 

Grease 

Guns 

Hops 

Ink. 



Iron — Pigs. 

Iron, Manufactures of 

Iron, Wire Rope 

Jewelry 

Leaf Tobacco 

Leather, Manufactures of . 

Lead 

Looking Glass Plate 

Maple Sugar 

Metal, Manufactures of ... 

Millinery Goods 

Musical Instruments 

Needles 

Paintings 

Paper, Manufactures of ... 

Paper Hangings 

Pickles and Sauces 

Plate Glass— Window 

Prepared Vegetables 

Rice 

Rubber, Manufactures of.. 

Salt 

Seeds and Bulbs 

Smokers' Articles 

Steel Blooms 

Stone and Marble 

Tin Plate 

Toys and Fancy Goods 

Varnish 

Wines and Liquors 

Wood, Manufactures of ... 
Miscellaneous Goods 



Total. 



$2,560,699 




45,013 


$16,808 18 


44,068 


10,538 92 


942 


102 30 


60,707 


15.176 75 


23,592 


7.077 60 


5,740 


1,687 36 


48,877 


12,401 16 


345,133 


193,280 94 


223,114 


107,824 86 


337,ft37 


407,467 69 


32,546 


8,531 30 


22,555 


11,131 80 


111,086 


11,108 60 


63.661 


13,625 90 


39,188 


10,737 05 


11.368 


3,262 50 


4.588,793 


2,340,053 60 


148,554 


26,767 08 


10.369 


3.110 70 


570 


57 00 


60,618 


20,440 35 


87,531 


26,809 21 


533 


159 90 


11.142 


7,078 82 


44.625 


15,045 02 


18,738 


8,013 09 


5,907 


1,476 75 


184.486 


127,630 23 


217.743 


105,894 90 


28 


12 60 


554 


125 00 


9,011 


1,823 71 


153,515 


64,817 01 


29,445 


11,255 65 


197,902 


49,646 50 


34,201 


8,648 50 


42,775 


12,832 50 


18,394 


3,695 05 


7,725 


1,931 25 


16,019 


5,625 50 


53,409 


.56,971 37 


8,291 


2,438 90 


2.224 


2,535 75 


4.514 


1,318 90 


113.989 


58,812 69 


19,547 


3,944 52 


7,277 


4,907 75 


10,339 


11.173 48 


14,838 


2,403 80 


1,02.5,432 


322,904 14 


153,993 


59,855 45 


5,230 


2,126 76 


2a3,510 


119,344 76 


24,524 


8,134 92 


61,934 


18,651 44 


$11,574,449 


$4,349,237 46 



99 



IMPORTED MERCHANDISE. 

Quantities of Imported Merchandise received at Chicago during the year eyided 

December 31, 1886. 



Commodities. 



Quautities. 



Commodities. 



Ale, Beer, and Porter 

Art Material ... - 

Albums -- 

Anvils - - 

Bags (returned).. 

Bicycles 

Bitters 

Bleaching Powder 

Books and Printed Matter . . 

Bottles, Empty... _ 

Brandy 

Brushes 

Burlaps 

Caustic Soda.. 

Carriages _ 

Canned Goods 1 

Cement 

Cigars _ _ 

Champagne 

Cheese - 

Chinaware 

Chocolate 

Clocks - 

Coffee 

Corkwood 

Cutlery 

Dry Goods 

Druggists' Sundries 

Earthenware 

Farina 

Fish 

Firearms 

Fishing Tackle _.- 

Furniture -. 

Gin 

Ginger Ale 

Glass, Plate and Window. .. 

Glassware 

Groceries, Fancy 

Hardware 

Household and Per. Effects. 

Hops 

Instruments, Opt. and Sci. . . 

Iron, Pig 

Iron and Steel, Manufact'd. 

Japanese Goods 

Jewelers' Sundries 

Jute 1 

Leather Goods 

Lumber 

Machinery 



Packages... 

Cases 

Cases 

Number ... 

Bales 

Cases 

Cases _ 

Packages. _- 

Cases 

Crates 

Packages. _ _ 

Cases 

Bales 

Drums 

Number 

Cases 

Barrels 

Cases 

Cases 

Cases 

Packages. . . 

Cases 

Cases 

Bags .--' 

Bales 

Cases 

Packages... 

Cases 

Packages... 

Bags 

Packages. . . 

Cases 

Cases 

Cases 

Packages. . . 
Packages... 

Cases 

Packages... 
Packages... 

Cases 

Packages... 

Bales 

Cases 

Tons 

Packages... 
Packages... 

Cases 

Bales 

Cases 

M feet 

Packages... 



5,856 

122 

66 

1,528 

76 

9 

80 

642 

340 

530 

1,001 

95 

1,973 

14,309 

11 

1,167 

3,889 

2,269 

941 

255 

131 

44 

52 

955 

2,863 

39 

17,559 

1,167 

9,116 

400 

8,445 

252 

18 

803 

1,245 

613 

799 

135 

7,145 

722 

259 

1,282 

77 

1,087 

158 

1,894 

159 

129 

16 

650 

593 



Maps 

Marble and Granite 

Meats 

Musical Goods 

Nails 

Needles 

Nuts 

Oil 

Ore, Silver 

Oil Paintings 

Paints and Colors 

Paper 

Paper Hangings. 

Paper, Manufactured 

Pictures 

Pickles 

Pipes, Clay 

Plants and Bulbs 

Potash 

Posts, Cedar 

Poles, Telegraph 

Prunes 

Punch, Swedish 

Rice and Rice Flour 

Rubber 

Rum 

Salt Cake 

Salt...- 

Salt, Bulk 

Sausage Casings 

Seeds 

Smokers' Articles. 

Soda Ash 

Stone 

Steel 

Steel Blooms 

Statuary and Bronzes 

St ation ery 

Sugar, Maple 

Tea 

Ties, Railroad 

Tiles 

Tiuplate 

Toy and Fancy Goods ... 

Tobacco 

Varnish 

Water, Soda and Mineral 

Whiskey 

Wine 

Wire Rope 

Miscellaneous 



Quantities. 



Cases 

Cases 

Cases 

Cases 

Kegs 

Cases 

Packages. 
Barrels... 

Tons 

Cases 

Packages...! 
Packages. . . \ 

Cases ! 

Cases ! 

Cases ! 

Packages...] 

Cases i 

Packages. . . 

Casks 

Number 

Number 

Packages... 

Cases 

Bags 

Cases 

Packages... 

Casks 

Sacks 

Tons 

Casks 

Packages. -- 

Cases 

Casks 

Tons 

Packages. . . 

Number 

Cases 

Cases 

Packages... 
Packages... 

Number 

Packages. . . 

Boxes 

Cases - 

Bales 

Cases 

Packages... 
Packages... 
Packages... 

Coils 

Packages... 



27 

118 

187 

1,554 

60 

11 

338 

276 

13 

29 

680 

288 

35 

137 

54 

2,749 

1,302 

631 

1,168 

640.165 

13,079 

1,077 

350 

800 

39 

17 

280 

181,740 

7,755 

967 

2,475 

41 

2.126 

5,.526 

100 

292 

45 

103 

319 

159,166 

726,122 

111 

208,487 

669 

3,398 

100 

67 

2,354 

10.191 

66 

16,168 



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IMPORTED MERCHANDISE. 

Duties Collected on Imported Merchandise, at Chicago, during the last Jive years hy 

months. 



Mouths 



January ... 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 

October 

November . 
December 



Collected in 


Collected in 


Collected in 


Collected in 


Collected in 


1882. 


1883. 


1884. 


1885. 


1886. 


$275,910 95 


$356,777 84 


$362,002 61 


$374,144 55 


$433,614 42 


341,605 99 


362.579 65 


408,685 40 


349,369 43 


434,822 43 


.382,002 12 


514,991 67 


416,015 18 


431.724 40 


429,275 13 


308.698 07 


28.3,902 72 


295,873 44 


303,066 .56 


305,616 50 


208,746 91 


244,:i36 22 


228,36:3 67 


260,423 18 


247,397 62 


203,616 52 


378,901 10 


215,603 00 


270.271 51 


258,150 83 


297,091 16 


343,946 84 


359,426 84 


348,7.32 27 


390,651 43 


500,440 28 


474,501 22 


501,024 80 


478.667 04 


504,794 62 


432,173 44 


376,178 44 


471,700 25 


390,604 67 


413,749 34 


293,278 97 


322,4.53 86 


316,850 50 


270.594 80 


331,664 93 


270,571 97 


225,581 80 


2-12,280 79 


261,440 06 


295.109 12 


182,574 71 


191,015 49 
$4,075,166 ai 


253,362 .30 


219,975 65 


304,391 09 


$3,696,711 09 


$4,071,188 78 


$3.9.59.014 12 


$4,349,237 46 



IMPORTED MERCHANDISE. 

Value of and Duty on Imported Merchandise ivarehonsed at the Port of Chicago each 
month during the year 1SS6 : the Value of and IXdy on Goods withdraivn each 
month ; and the Vcdue of and Duty on Goods remaining in Bonded Warehouse, 
December 31, 1886. 



Months. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Months. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Amount 


in Warehouse De- 






Withdrawn from 






cember31, 1885 . . ..- 


$437,966 
237,212 


$244,871 50 
115,575 15 


Warehouse in 1886: 
In January, 1886 


$240,328 




Warehoused in January, 1886 


$117,8.37 90 




Pebruary, " 


187,856 


111,982 94 


February, " 


246,540 


184,082 20 




March, ■• 


140,893 


84,115 92 


March, " 


195,645 


115,314 41 




April . 


78,016 


46,239 92 


.■Vpril, " 


124,818 


74,680 84 




May, 


71,771 


49,692 67 


May, " .... 


86,987 


54,261 59 




June, " 


125,658 


75,070 96 


June, " 


96,939 


58,760 99 




July, 


228,954 


130,050,40 


July, " .... 


162,809 


]0;J.338 35 




August, •' 


254,718 


122,588 86 


August, " 


257,229 


118 829 09 




September," 


249,019 


115 670 32 


September," 


219,276 


95.249 43 




October, " 


128.303 


59,862 27 


October, " 


148,840 


69.795 91 




November, '• 


174,703 


65.862 87 


November," ... 


165.538 


66,434 65 




December, " 


297,775 


117,925 69 


December, " 

Remaining in Ware- 
house, Dec.:«, 1886. 


201,717 
466,178 


74,546 23 
266,377 88 






$2.612 844 


$1,339,509 47 




$2,612 844 


$1..3;»,.509 47 






101 



CUSTOM HOUSE INSPECTIOJS^S. 

The following shows the business transacted in the Inspector's Division of the Chicago 

' Custom House during 1886: 



Salt weighed IPounds 

Tin Plate weighed , ' 

Caustic Soda, weighed , 

Tobacco weighed , 

Miscellaneous Mdse. weighed 

Total , 



Cigars received . 
Cigars received. 
Cigars received. 



Ale gauged 

Beer gauged ... 
Brandy gauged 
Bitters gauged . 

Gin gauged 

Rum gauged ... 
Stout gauged... 
Spirits gauged . 



Pounds 
Pounds 
Pounds 
Pounds 

Pounds 



Numb'r 

Cases 

Boxes 



Gallons 
Gallons 
Gallons 
Gallons 
Gallons 
Gallons 
Gallons 
Gallons 



44,204,946 
33,912,679 
11,176,177 
278,085 
12,450.057 



101,021,982 



11,260.825 

2,319 

235,371 



4 696i 
4,878 
8,597 
20U 
9,314i 
l,717i 
380 
20U 



Vinegar gauged 

Whiskey gauged 

Wine gauged _ 

Total 

Vessels measured 

Vessels discharged 

Cars transferred 

Cars inspected for Export 

Cars discharged at Depots 

Consignmentsdisch'd at Depots 

Goods transferred in Cars 

Goods inspected for Export ... 
Goods discharged from Vessels 
Goods discharged at Depots ... 
Goods delivered to Consignee . 
Goods delivered to Appraiser.. 
Goods sent to Warehouse 

Total number 



Gallons . . 
Gallons.. 
Gallons.. 

Gallons.. 

Number . 
Number . 
Number . 
Number . 
Number. 
Number. 

Packages 
Packages 
Packages 
Packages 
Packages 
Packages 
Packages 

Packages 



5,504 

71,843 

130,180+ 



237,397i 

17 
213 
1,017 
2,149 
6,123 
6,625 

88,070 

379,860 

1,527,051 

614,063 

408,609 

11,234 
194,220 



2.844,715 



VALUE OF EXPORTS BY LAKE TO CAIS^ADA 



From Chicago during the last Seven Years. 



Commodities. 



Flour 1 

Corn Meal 

Wheat 

Corn 

Oats 

Kye.... 

Beef 

Pork 

Cured Meats 

Lard 

Hides 

Broom Corn 

Seeds 

Alcohol 

Hard Wood Lumber 

Miscellaneous Merchandise... 

Totals 



1880. 


1881. 


1882. 


$19,786 


$2,007 


$68,017 


2,788 


1,838 


6,743 


1,579,280 


1,286,503 


2,646,324 


2,098,854 


1,447,856 


981,462 


174 


46 


"^^176 


3,027 


715 


3,999! 


71,731 


49,587 


97,286! 


6,417 


4,666 


31,403 


1,174 


618 


47,821 


16,095 


9.658 


1,600 


9,268 


13,377 


15,770! 


. 


1,461 


4,704 


5,325 






50,400 


54,957 


24,802 


10,960 


9,949 


15,727 


$3,875,279 


$2,883,238 


$3,973,834 



1883. 



$14,545' 

850 

907,631 

2,065,944! 

14,.343j 

2/^54i 

82.667! 

26,808, 

273 

7,200! 

200 

18,824 
26,000 
26,311 



$3,193,850 



1884. 


1885. 


$79,100 

200 

612.175 

1,668,791 

11,800 


$^339 
600,688 
887,602 

12,865 


2.752 
56,919 
43,987 

1,397 


419 

14,930 

603 

569 


"i,m 


" "55 
3,506 


'14^876 


"6^783 


$2,493,297 


$1,531,359 



3,765 

2,534 

859,958 

1,010,828 

84,310 



420 
123,921 

4,774 
4,247 



50 
2,706 



4,823 



$2,102,336 



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CLEARIJVG HOUSE STATEMET^T. 

The following shows the Amount of Clearings by the Associated Banks of Chicago for 

each month during the past five years : - 



Months. 


1886. 


1885. 


1884. 


1883. 


1888. 


January 


$197,236,357 15 
167,155,105 72 
194,082,886 47 
196,232.860 09 
208,613.9.35 22 
231,845,733 05 
223,084,061 40 
222,593,369 80 
230,019,342 54 
253,518,821 12 
231,074,730 19 
249,305,709 60 


$189,867,993 34 
140,472,633 93 
159,461,745 28 
184,327.861 83 
189.230,890 97 
205,145,332 58 
189.373,443 72 
178,296.040 36 
192,897;440 66 
234,770,623 21 
223,931,574 09 
230,803,423 10 


$200,979,283 
180,663,747 
186,823,366 
199,126,563 
206,735,083 
186,944,774 
172,241,144 
166,818,089 
177,440,516 
204,715,254 
173,955,219 
202,907,348 


$207,244,564 
170,243,638 
197,105,609 
188,001,655 
229,069,660 
239,154,456 
212,135,747 
198,431,803 
212,855,584 
233,382,807 
212,782,103 
225,215,368 


$199,913,056 


February 

March 


166,744,877 
143.212 868 


April _ 

May. 

June 


183.783.594 
193,654,926 
195,579.254 


July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 


207,8201441 
199.004.609 
224;043:768 
223,323,336 
210,112,711 
219,343,415 


Totals 


$2,604,762,912 35 


$2,318,579,003 07 


$2,259,350,386 


$2,525,622,994 


$2,366,536,855 



MERCHANDISE ET^TERED FOR EXPORT, 

With Benefit of Drawback, at the Port of Chicago, during the year eliding December 

31, 1886. 



Packages and Contents. 



Quantity. 



286,275 packages Canned Meats. 

230,860 packages Salted Meats .. 

7,295 bags Oatmeal 



15,970,331 lbs. 

36,218,133 lbs. 

1,450,800 lbs. 



Articles and Quantities 
entitled to Drawback. 



Tin Plate - 

Salt 

Burlaps ,. 



2,470,657 lbs. 

7,056.225 lbs. 

11,296J yds. 



Total. 



Drawback. 



22,235 85 

6.806 26 

8370 



9.125 81 



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104 



CLEARING 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 of the years 1884, 1885, and 1886 : 



Date. 


Clearings. 


Balances. 


Date. 


Clearings. 


Balances. 


January 


$11,841,431 25 
10,140,565 62 
11,405,4.39 37 
23,718,617 50 
14,962,140 00 
7,469,2.36 25 
8,919,433 12 


$3,235,034 75 
2,748,432 50 
3,-356,783 12 
6,029,884 38 
3,412.620 00 
2.285,700 25 
2.653,474 37 


August 

September 

October 

1 November 

I December 

Totals 


$7,056,633 23 
8,392,436 87 
8,423,245 63 
4,825,200 00 
6,767,101 47 

$123,921,480 31 


$1,957,506 62 


February 

March 

April 

May 

June - 

July 


2,306,640 62 
2,421,274 38 
1,549,366 25 
1,874,565 00 

$a3,781,282 24 



X885. 



Date. 



Clearings. 



January ' $10,242,618 75 

February- i 4,224,434 37 

March.." \ 6,852,195 00 

April ; 12,576,458 75 

May ....' 8,285,677 37 

June I 8,197,654 00 

July---. ' 5,954,800 46 



Balances. 



$2,802,482 00 
1,275,123 75 
1,792,740 00 
3,117,147 50 
2,194,127 13 
2,318,483 00 
1,619,678 00 



Date. 



Clearings. 



1 

August ! $9,573,127 50 

September 9,107,233 00 

October 9,501 ,389 62 

November ! 8,116,240 13 

December : 7,427,707 88 

Totals ' $100,059,536 82 



Balances. 



$2,793,491 75 
2,493,114 00 
2,392,099 13 
1.802,.571 .50 
],a38,.Sa3 25 



$26,539,-361 01 



X886. 



Date. 


Clearings. Balances. 


Date. 


Clearings. 


Balances. 


1 . 1 

January ; $9,221,578 25 $2,732,420 00 1 

February 1 4,246,419 75 1,221,555 75 

March 7,435,809 74 2,239,912 00 

April 1 9.093.215 75 2,638,441 25 

May 1 8,778,619 25 2.5.52.344 25 

June.... 1 9,672,144 75 2,539,452 50 

July. 1 14,541,820 12 ! 3,287,623 00 


August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Totals 


$8,229,244 28 
9,165,281 13 
9,274,268 05 
3,401,668 75 
7,604,937 25 

$100,665,007 07 


$1,982,734 03 
2,692,167 62 
2,708,127 25 
1,007,286 75 
2,150,301 25 

$27,752,365 65 



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106 



BUSINESS OF THE CHICAGO POSTOFFICE 

During the year ended December 31, 1886. 

Eeceived from sales of postage stamps, postal cards, newspaper and periodical stamps, 

postage due stamps, stamped envelopes, and newspaper wrappers $2,124,848 44 

Received from other sources 7,209 7& 

Total _ $2,132,058 19 

Total expenses 806,404 22 

Net income 11,325,653 97 

MONEY ORDER DIVISION. 

Received from the sales of money orders, postal notes, postmasters' deposits, etc... $9,958,593 36 

Total amount of money orders and postal notes paid, including salaries, etc. $7,793,266 40 

Remitted to Postmaster New York, N. Y 2,164,000 00 

Balance on hand December 31, 1886 1,326 96 

$9,958,593 36 

INQUIRY DIVISION. 

Letters unclai med, returned to writer 178,741 

Letters advertised and unclaimed, sent to the dead letter office. 126,366 

Letters not advertised and unclaimed, sent to the dead letter office .-. 60^417 

Letters received unpaid 1J0,380 

Letters received misdirected 221,513 

Postal cards misdirected __ 63,600 

Postal cards unclaimed, and sent to the dead letter office _ . _ _ 57,816 

Circulars received unpaid and misdirected 172,410 

Third and fourth-class matter received unpaid and misdirected _ 216,203 

Second-class matter received misdirected 181,652 

Official communications sent out by inquiry division 73,773 

MAILING DIVISION— AVERAGE DAILY DISPATCHES. 

Number of mails dispatched daily (except Sundays) — _ 90 

Number of mails dispatched on Sundays 84 

Number of mails received daily (except Sundays) 95 

Number of mails received on Sundays - 39 

Average number of pouches and sacks of mail received and dispatched daily _ 2,519 

Average number of pouches of mail transferred between depot and depot daily 1,250 

Average number of tie sacks of mail transferred between depot and depot daily 6,340 

Average number of letters, postal cards, and circulars received for mailing daily 377,468 

Average number of pieces of second-class matter received for mailing daily _ 128,762 

Average number of pieces of third and fourth-class matter received for mailing daily 62,766 

Average number of letters, newspapers, etc., received for mailing to foreign countries daily.. 5,650- 

CITY DELIVERY DIVISION— AVERAGE DAILY DELIVERIES. 

Average number of letters, postal cards, etc., received and delivered daily 315,754 

Average number of pieces of second-class matter, including newspaper exchanges, received 

and delivered daily 25,200 

Average number of pieces of third and fourth-class matter, including circulars, books, mer- 
chandise, etc., received and delivered daily 73,630 

Average number of letters, newspapers, books, etc., from foreign countries received and de- 
livered daily - 5,400 

REGISTRY DIVISION. 

Average number of letters and parcels registered for dispatch daily - 860 

Average number of letters and parcels registered received for delivery daily 1,890 



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107 



mSPECTOR'S STATEMENT OF GRAIN 

Arrived at Chicago, during the year 1886. 
[Furnished by the State Inspection Department.] 



Grain and Grade. : J^"^- 
Cars. 



Wheat — 
N0.2W. Winter. 
No. 3 W. Winter. 
No.4W. Winter. 
No. 1 Tur. R. W . 
No. 2 Tur. R. W . 
No. 1 L. Red W . 
No. 2 L. Red W . 
No. 1 Red Wint'r 
No. 2 Red Wint'r 
No. 3 Red Wint'r 
No. 4 Red Wint'r 
No Grade Winter 
No. 1 Hard Spr'g 
No. 2 Hard Spr'g 

No. 1 Spring 

No. 2 Spring 

No. 3 Spring 

No. 4 Spring 

No Grade Spr'g. 

Corn — 
No. 1 Yellow-... 
No. 2 Yellow.-.. 
No. 3 Yellow-.-. 

No. 1 White 

No. 2 White 

No. 8 White 

No.2 

No.3 

No.4 

No Grade 

Oats — 

No. 1 White 

No. 2 White 

No. 3 White 

No. 1 

No.2 

No.3 

NoGrade 

Rte— 

No. 1 

No.2 

No.3 

No Grade 

Barley- 
No. 2 Scotch 

No. 3 Scotch 

No.l 

No.2 

No.3 

No.4 

No.5...- 

NoGrade 



10 

47 

53 

9 



180 

397 

131 

12 



211 
899 

"24 
160 
459 



Feb. 
Cars. 



Mar. 
Cars. 



&49 
13 



209 
941 



44 
35 



27 
812 
195 

27 
4 



31 
63 
52 
20 
1 
3 

'123 

530 

190 

1 



39 
119 
466 



1,702 2,444 



2,140 
79 



409 
1,511 



2ra 601 

493 i 767 

4 14 



59 i 
35; 



12i 

8931 

258! 

20 



34 

72 

44 

5 

1 

6 

"175 
743 
266 



235 
1,334; 1,409 



81 

81 

1,517 

2,995 

i,615 

52 



337 

1,268 

2 

394 

709 

26 



67 
44 



23 

840 

288 

31 

16 



Apr. 
Cars. 



34 

50 

24 

2 



58 

406 

143 

3 

2 

806 
472 

"156 

71 

1,623 

969 

851 

75 



507 
1,317 

"646 

473 

6 



26 
29 



509 

137 

20 

6 



May, ;June, 



July, ! Aug. j Sept. 



Cars. ; Cars. Cars. ■ Cars. I Cars. 



40 
84 
46 
10 



39 
372 

84 
6 

1 
793 

448 

'196 

56 

1,279 

913 

1,0.50 

325 



619 

900 

10 



27 

32 

3 



o 

337 

113 

17 

3 



Total Cars-. 8,029112,461:14,139; 9, 428i 10,695 



78 
111 
101 

11 



23 

12 

1 

65 

348 

1 

5 

107 

2,222 

350 

83 



264 

561 

1511 

19] 

181 
2,3281 

750i 

61 

340; 

77! 
5,299; 
2,406; 
1,281; 

281 1 

Ij 

773 

1,452 

"763; 

8511 

24 



38 
50! 

3 



167 

78 

7 

3 



3 
853 

321 

169 

31 

28' 

1,826 

865; 

"338! 

1181 
4,159! 
3,4481 
l,619j 

293 1 



19 

18 

4 

16 

308 



24 

2,066 

646 

113 

106 

1 

7 

5 

530 

595 

195 

38 

2 
2,3721 

1,407| 

462! 

153 

5,574 

.5,160 

1,609 

87 



Oct. ; Nov. i Dec. Total 
Cars, j Cars. ! Cars. Cars. 



14 

19 

4 

3 

143 



10 

788 
558 

981 

721 

I 

""sij 
10 



12 
5 
3 
5 

66 



41 

261; 

294! 

48| 

13i 
3! 

ol 



24 



224! 

176j 
31! 

4; 

"44 
1 



1,398! 2,6471 3,624 

990i l,309j 837 

160 180 162| 

60 32 14! 



1,601 
1,149 

'240 
129 



1,1371 
8851 

"193* 
101 



3.995! 2,800 
4,367 1 3,350 



1,360! 

28 



1,042| 
23 



49 128 14 

660 3,138 2..394 

782: 727 SaS 

5' 151 .3 

897 2,2991 I.181, 

718 548 377 

50; 68 18; 

54| 16 ..--! 

228; 270 207: 

401 33 371 

4| 2 2' 

1 5! 

7! 41 

16 25 4: 

101; 1,386 1,582^ 

261 672 1,222 1 

10; 59 149; 

61 10 151 

3i 19 11' 



3 2 

2,250; 1,217 

6421 448 



834i 

333; 

11 



548 

262 

12 



3 
1 

1.105 

1.162 

94 

12 



18,288, 20,472 30,945; 24,928, 21,066: 15,3131 16,820, 202,584 



1 

3 

568 

741! 

92 

151 



90 

7& 

21 

90 

91S 

1 

11 

147 

5,992 

2,523 

701 

289 

6 

194 

26 

3,621; 13,012 

781; 7,842 

139; 1,970 

251 24& 



4 
8 
1 
1 
29 



2 

204 

72 

8 

2 

"48 
2 



645! 762 

912; 1,736 

"9il ""87 

148l 211 

1,399: 1,594 

2,3841 2,395 

535 

7 



51 

13,691 

12,266. 

8 

2,241 

1,424 

30,164 

32,533 

2871 14,038 

— I 1,263 



3 205 

1,697 14,477 

499 12,073 

25 

776 9,803 

236 6,667 

10; 253 



-..! .... 2' 

122- 115 94 

21, 16! 30 

-...; 11 .... 



4 

510 

7ft3 

98 

321 

15 



78 

1,297 

402 

15 

6 

17 

5a 

5.328 

8;i74 

1,.571 

212 

9& 



The following is a statement of Grain inspected which was received by Lake and Canal: 



Bush. 
No. 2 Red W. Wheat ... . 8,800 

No. 2 Hard Spring 1,500 

No. 2 Spring 18.500 

No. 3 Spring 9.000 

No. 4 Spring - - 8,500 

No. 2 Yellow Corn 158,800 

No. 3 Yellow Corn 48,906 



Bush. 

No. 2 White Corn 91,200 

No. 3 White Corn - . 16,000 

No. 2 Corn 798,900 

No. 3 Corn-. 487,900 

No. 4Corn.... .-- 274,400 

NoGrade Corn- 2,080 

No. 2 White Oats 155,300 



Bush. 

No.3 White Oats 125,700 

No. 2 Oats 380,900- 

No. 8 Oats - 88,800 

No. 2 Eye -. 18,500 

No. 3Rye 1,400 

Total 2,684,58& 



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108 



STATEMENT 

Showing the WeeMif Receipf>< of Flour and Grain as posted on the Bulletin of the 

Exchange during the year 1886. 



V. cek Ended 



Flour, 
barrels. 



Wheat, 
bushels. 



Corn, 
bushels. 



Oats, 
bushels. 



Rye, 
bushels. 



_ , Grain, 

Barley, total 
bushels. ]3ushels. 



Jaiuiai V 



February 



March 



April 



May 



June - 



July 



August 

September. 



October. 



November . 



December 



2 

9 
]() 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

3 
10 

^l! 
31 ! 

7 ! 

14 i 

21 
28 
4 
11 
18 i 
25 i 

2 : 

9 

16 : 
23 
30 

6 

13 : 
20 
27 j 

11 ' 
18 I 
24 
31 



49,810 
39.2&3 
37,413 
49.024 
48,287 
70.020 
6;i,840 
75,236 
60.716 
60.877 
66,061 
72.886 
65,688 
80,436 
91,111 
72,881 
8:i,761 
83.159 
53.»22 
6;3.071 
&5,732 
60,6.53 
63,958 
67,608 
61.7»4 
5.5.220 
53,525 
57,779 
55,230 
74.572 
67;.581 
65,622 
55.700 
68,7.33 
60,288 
64,826 
74,:^ 
92,745 
95,689 
103,206 
128,802 
136,956 
88,149 
114.073 
128; 883 
110.469 
129,566 
72,543 
90,.558 
96,167 
144,497 
173,069 
142,1(53 



2.57,178 

170,;i59 

65.145 

69,244 

67,a35 

72.730 

127,;J22 

i:«,372 

1*2.422 

122,693 

149,404 

145,287 

146,779 

101.324 

90.786 

<H.809 

58.158 

71.114 

66.547 

(«.723 

50,817 

58.084 

124,587 

166,ft39 

143,915 

102,286 

77,(i52 

102,313 

241.683 

505,551 

619,997 

645.508 

532,503 

388,721 

408,269 

536.3a3 

546.294 

517,466 

413,345 

468,664 

567,502 

601,685 

536.625 

521,581 

6()4,.589 i 

6;i4,396 

669,478 

424,116 

583,599 i 

,581.730 

702.258 

557,715 ! 

458,067 



1,611.369 

.556,058 

268,481 

642,562 

730,221 

729,081 

1,100.090 

1,255,012 

1,584,680 

1.718.619 

1.264.051 

1.438.121 

899..532 

5S2,372 

781,6()0 

51)8,584 

390.899 

8961900 

a32.209 

547.921 

4:^,305 

785.093 

1,600,318 

1,840,174 

1,-56.5, 132 

1,342,525 

1,302,218 

1,718,774 

1,971.103 

1,525,241 

1,24.5,.552 '■ 

1.430.474 1 

2,290. l.*^ 

1,992,317 

2,029,707 

2,890.844 ' 

2,398:697 

1,774,794 

1,349,973 

1,372,078 

1,. 502,(509 

],. 537,808 I 

1,173,596 I 

965,7a3 
1.148,143 
922,484 
908,487 ' 
445.502 i 
642,939 ! 
920,38;3 ' 
1,017,809 
718,208 
890.573 '• 



.598.907 
3.59,068 
314,688 
387,616 
546.523 
726.195 
865,609 
728,409 
623,409 
522,067 
(568..528 
627,807 

4i8,im 

407,650 

.337,236 

489,315 

715,013 

789,760 

.558,951 

634,925 

995.435 

1,446,168 

1,480,871 

876,259 

732,039 

675,353 

444,a33 

400,601 

568,927 

514,984 

694,306 

1,091,552 

1,438,711 

1, .549,000 

1,625,490 

l,491,9a5 

1,193,158 

1,0.39,189 , 

869,105 : 

913,570 

1,1.3.5,511 

1.066,151 : 

7.34,100 ' 

6.54,093 I 

704,688 ' 

6.32,597 

703,686 

328,019 

5.34,156 j 

7;i5,.502 

909,736 

544,896 

470,842 



32,&59 

22,.309 

9,359 

1.5.538 

9.211 

17,186 

21,032 

19,953 

9,482 

?8,920 

14,984 

16,.344 

11,813 

8,241 

1.3.640 

9,152 

5,066 

9,950 

8,711 

6,973 

8,882 

10,653 

12,123 

12,:i27 

10,191 

9,816 

4,829 

9,906 

16.795 

59^089 

4i;934 

46,.322 

44,772 

31,902 

.32,257 

38,125 

39,261 

2.5,858 

20,.368 

12,730 

16..3a3 

15,871 

18.410 

14,076 

9,997 

20.744 

26,900 

5,138 

13,197 

21,492 

24,000 

5,710 

5,893 



277,114 

201,908 

246,758 

304,1.36 

314.6.36 

292.8,33 

a39.397 

295,469 

2.59.ia5 

256:879 

2;i0,500 

256.142 

252,180 

181,810 

170.819 

185.265 

142,801 

99,110 

94.064 

57,875 

.59.886 

104,208 

122,897 

71,702 

21,499 

22,481 

10,716 

5,984 

6,957 

10.666 

45,385 

118,769 

182,887 

228,968 

377,870 

432,650 

481,268 

455,1,33 

413,676 

472,040 

533,877 

581,778 

402,112 

.316,148 

.3.58,869 

349,259 

317,916 

186,743 

303,247 

312,854 

442,915 

267,498 

214.a35 



2,777,2.37 

1,309,702 
904.431 
1.419;096 
1,668,526 
1,838,025 
2,453,450 
2,432,215 
2,609,178 
2,6.39,178 
2,-327,467 
2.483,701 
1,728,495 
1,281,.397 
1,. 394, 141 
1,257,125 
1,311,967 
1,866,834 
1,560,482 
1,. 313, 417 
1,547,.325 
2,404,206 
3,.340,796 
2,967,401 
2,472,776 
2,152,461 
1,840,248 
2,237,578 
2,805,465 
2,615,531 
2,647,174 
3,.3.32,625 
4,489,006 
4,190,908 
4,473,593 
5,.389,987 
4,661.678 
3:812,440 
3,066,467 
3.2-39,082 
3,755,892 
3,803,293 
2,864.843 
2,471,601 
2,886,266 
2,559,380 
2,626,467 
1.389,518 
2,077,138 
2,571,961 
3,096,718 
2,094,027 
2,040,210 



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109 



STATEMENT 

Showing the Weekly Shipments of Flour and Orain, as posted on the Bulletin of the 

Exchange during the year 1886. 



Week Ended 



January 2 

9 

..-_ -... 16 

-- - 23 

-.._i 30 

February ' 6 

13 

20 

---- i 27 

March I 6 

._ J 13 

20 

- ---- 27 

April 3 

_... ; 10 

i 17 

-. ! 24 

Mav j 1 

■ 8 

15 

22 

29 

June 5 

18 

_ ._. 19 

26 

Julv - ' 3 

10 

17 

' 24 

31 

August ..- --' 7 

\ 14 

: 21 

; 28 

September : 4 

_-_ ' 11 

; 18 

25 

October ' 2 

- ' 9 

16 

23 

._. 30 

November.. 6 

13 

i 20 

._ ! 27 

December 4 

I 11 

! 18 

24 

- 81 



Flour, 
barrels. 



57,721 
39,454 
34,315 
42,952 
37.259 
59,934 
.51.295 
61,947 
55.916 
47;432 
61,294 
57,897 
58,088 
61,245 
.59,643 
39.132 
73.153 
61,648 
91.301 
74,440 
57,402 
65,429 
61,862 
55,004 
62,468 
54,480 
45,269 
55,660 
47,320 
49,349 
63,657 
64.381 
46,939 
57,740 
52,505 
53,961 
57.774 
82,177 
82,213 
74.326 
115,858 
116,958 
79,298 
101,016 
91,816 
89,861 
112,779 
122,617 
103,161 
79,991 
96,268 
112,999 
119,445 



Wheat, 
bushels. 



73,537 

87,860 

57,837 

49,843 

92,602 

83,158 

142,073 

80,745 

91,876 

98,859 

96,065 

133,102 

101,167 

76,156 

82,743 

289.125 

1,967,771 

521,517 

941,639 

577,875 

971,638 

773,970 

194,143 

90,811 

161.254 

290;387 

154,238 

164.175 

141,-302 

290.785 

585,745 

512,341 

659,766 

321,315 

574,985 

422,850 

2&5,015 

327,901 

256,975 

201,435 

160,664 

347,339 

449,722 

190,026 

155,831 

159,-338 

343,813 

101,348 

136,748 

144,815 

146,036 

97,302 

196,103 



Com, 
bushels. 



454,143 

5.54.309 

219.608 

346.937 

461,648 

511,680 

490.152 

1,046;051 

1,127,488 

1,193,453 

5.30,559 

305,703 

260.620 

152.573 

192,682 

223,663 

4,025,160 

701,910 

1,2.51.456 

1,891,837 

1,219,079 

805,174 

817,333 

1,376,140 

1,354.918 

1.160,092 

1,-547,797 

1,785.568 

1,856,542 

1.728,174 

1.243,076 

972,139 

1.222.227 

1,648,549 

1.676,150 

1,540,473 

1,443,023 

2,075,256 

1,848,272 

1,611,427 

1,867,359 

1,351.508 

1,707.952 

1.512.795 

998'033 

726^400 

1,046,050 

643.278 

541.295 

303,462 

358,104 

422,035 

374,379 



Oats, 
bushels. 



577.042 
4*5.765 
229.676 
303,025 
230,789 
467.277 
721,025 
723,091 
575,828 
461.609 
529,130 
519..534 
440,461 
309,251 
251.769 
300.823 
-523.914 
615,451 
672.031 
344,788 
780.289 
824;040 
1,296,612 
1.145,992 
848.589 
522,141 
419,339 
-382,407 
285.753 
400.924 
458.036 
701,306 
822,807 
883,236 
921.401 
1,019,648 
1.359.546 
1,089,669 
1,022,487 
833,617 
848,000 
785,396 
1,022,945 
583.713 
541,598 
561,768 
469,855 
393,914 
271,058 
412,885 
538,411 
583,622 
469,221 



Rye, 
bushels. 



Barley, 
bushels. 



Grain, 

total 

bushels. 



1.5,924 

8,760 

4.453 

3,427 

5.771 

7,260 

22.188 

21,173 

13,506 

17.225 

13.032 

19.147 

20.048 

21.614 

16.406 

.36.887 

27,165 

10.564 

14.760 

27.240 

24.262 

34,112 

6,483 

27.994 

9,227 

5.653 

6.245 ; 

6;io9 ; 

6,397 
10.150 I 

9,511 ; 

5.883 \ 
12,801 ■ 
3,707 
7,066 i 
29,679 i 
44,862 
86,311 
20,214 ; 
5,674 ! 
55,122 I 
12,908 ' 
25,042 ; 
25,153 
8,398 i 
8,442 i 
14,816 : 
14,753 ! 
3,976 i 
5,441 
8,189 
5,782 
6,070 



180,276 

161,700 

133.922 

141,053 

147.892 

188,285 

213.755 

163,720 

145,110 

140,998 

118,344 

135.267 

164.320 

134,-368 

112,285 

95,854 

73,802 

67,383 

56.812 

38,411 

32,698 

28.430 

30;431 

16,700 

21,960 

14,598 

6,076 

4,213 

4,307 

3,611 

6,665 

11,092 

15,444 

53,798 

94,463 

143,525 

188,379 

.308.315 

334;014 

255,582 

292,211 

342,222 

390,364 

285,732 

261,023 

275,998 

318,650 

214,427 

191,918 

171,a31 

177,360 

184,408 

169.514 



1,300,882 
1,248,394 
645.496 
844,285 
938,702 
1.257,660 
1.-589,193 
2.a34.780 
1.953.808 
1.912.144 
1,287,130 
1,112,753 
986,611 
693,962 
655,885 
946.352 
6,617.812 
1,916,825 
2,926.698 
2,869,651 
3,027.966 
2,465,726 
2,345.002 
2,657,637 
2,395,948 
1.992.871 
2,133,695 
2,342,472 
2,294,301 
2,-333,644 
2,303.ft3a 
2,202,761 
2,733,045 
2,910,605 
3,274.(X55 
3,156,175 
3,320.825 
3,837.452 
-3,481.962 
2,907,735 
3,228.a56 
2,839,378 
3,596,025 
2,597.419 
1,964,883 
1,731,946 
2,192,684 
1,367,720 
1,144,995 
1,037,934 
1,228.020 
1,243,149 
1.206.587 



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110 



STATEMENT 

Shovring the Stocks of Flow- and Grain in Store, as posted on the Bnllefin of the 

Exchange, weekly, during the year 188G. 



Week Ended 



Januan- 



February 



March 



April 



May 



June 



July 



August 



September. 



October . 



November . 



December 



2 

9 
16 
83 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
24 
31 



Flour, 
barrels. 



86,243 




90,15;i 



91.911 



92,2.56 



77.444 



73,985 



61,744 



48,631 



49,228 



47,678 



46,554 



54,682 



48,640 



14..536,648 

14,600,619 

14,591,710 

14,.561.032 

14,-561,572 

14,491,490 

14,409,132 

14,356.669 

14,287,789 

14,266,236 

14,213,370 

14,128,603 

13,991,430 

13,538,893 

13.040,4.59 

11,969,405 

11,700,699 

11.035,382 

10,490.583 

9,713,878 

8,750,958 

8,310,.320 

8,243.709 

8,300,929 

8,168,236 

7,864,835 

7,708,258 

7,750,663 

7,852,275 

8,175,744 

8,271,902 

8,300,692 

8,029,040 

7,941,962 

7,794,277 

7,912,248 

8,125,554 

8,309,278 

8,46i;651 

8,557,300 

8,879,924 

9,184,944 

9,199,903 

9,532,553 

9,922,981 

10,199,347 

10,636,956 

10,978,277 

11,418,022 

11,853,983 

12,386,669 

12,770,442 

13,027,247 



' Corn, 
bushels. 



2,504,950 
2.578.619 
2;497,833 
2,.522,050 
2,607,138 
2,678.726 
2,738,252 
2,754,529 
3,032,038 
3,238,423 
3,274.6&5 
3,648,089 
3,435,704 
3,535,069 
3.839,213 
3,879,204 
3.882.621 
4,343,687 
3,368,921 
2,054,635 
1,430,694 
1,474,593 
2,138,421 
2,301,285 
2.444,939 
2,749,309 
2,092,327 
2,223,378 
2,357,573 
2,241,129 
2,415,550 
2,720,688 
3,732,306 
3,892,249 
4,569,706 
5,786,296 
5,740,174 
6,038,025 
5,427,048 
4,925,686 
4,762,816 
4,770,740 
4,040,216 
3,626,270 
3,681,460 
3,834,770 
3,278,296 
3,285,029 
3,300,113 
3,684,388 
3,916,796 
4,222,129 
4,720,176 



Oats, 
bushels. 



270,531 
272,628 
271,581 
275,116 
a33,827 
303,413 
326.986 
379,979 
411,984 
429,743 
465,920 
496,177 
500.482 
4%, 411 
495,853 
892,772 
441,715 
455,897 
480,527 
389,174 
384,938 
397,867 
388,547 
373,904 
274,659 
313,115 
819,018 
263.937 
361.914 
380;446 
511,116 
811,623 
1,141,410 
1,354,360 
1,830,592 
2,013,073 
1,650,436 
1.373,154 
1,245,270 
1,134,058 
1,133,012 
1.035,740 
965,237 
981,163 
975.426 
974,814 
981.199 
997,724 
972,850 
977,076 
987,623 
985,811 
981,074 



Rye, 

bushels. 



311,111 

320,701 

320,876 

320,811 

315,983 

304,063 

291,194 

279,302 

269,392 

264,707 

258,323 

250,279 

230,405 

217,093 

196,778 

153,104 

145,480 

136,759 

116,685 

81,174 

58,193 

41,015 

26,438 

17,781 

12,920 

14,a38 

13,041 

12,424 

30.430 

78,355 

116,400 

150,405 

176,256 

194,941 

230,976 

229,425 

211,565 

200,340 

204,410 

205.304 

164,872 

146,910 

ia5,097 

132,318 

128,819 

132,830 

134,008 

132,485 

134,982 

135,000 

146,978 

150,476 

158,184 



Barley, 
bushels. 



228,696 

213,212 

194,538 

156,021 

154,812 

154,358 

156,255 

144,241 

148,293 

143,569 

137,122 

123,816 

112,889 

107,628 

90,924 

57,976 

56,105 

54,884 

54,884 

41,645 

31,078 

28,256 

30,822 

30,663 

28,709 

23,504 

23,504 

23.504 

24,269 

24.855 

32;652 

58,757 

119,747 

221,922 

345,264 

489,307 

621,986 

683,208 

699,846 

720,032 

721,641 

761,489 

682,705 

581,561 

559,489 

555,217 

417,876 

385,241 

349,538 

317,458 

328,817 

325,387 

308,024 



Grain, 

total 

bushels. 



17,851,936 

17,985,916 

17,876,538 

17,8*5,030 

17,973,332 

17,932,050 

17,921,819 

17,914,720 

18,149,496 

18,342,678 

18,349,420 

18,646.964 

18,270,910 

17,895,094 

17,663,227 

16,452,461 

16,226,620 

16,026,609 

14,511.600 

12,280,506 

10,655,861 

10,252,051 

11,827,937 

11,024,562 

10,929,463 

10,964,801 

10.056,148 

10,273,906 

10.626,461 

10,900,529 

11.347,621 

12,042,165 

13,198,759 

13,608,434 

14,770,815 

16,430,049 

16,349,665 

16,604,005 

16,038,225 

15.542,380 

15;662,265 

15,899,823 

15,083,158 

14,853,860 

15,368,175 

15,696,978 

15,448,3*5 

15,778,756 

16,175,505 

16,967,905 

17,766,943 

18,454,245 

19,188,645 



Ill 



STATEMENT 

SJiowing the Capacity of Elevator Warehouses for the Storage of Grain in tk^ City of 

Chicago, December 31, 1886. 



Name of Elevator. 



Proprietors. 



Receive from 



Central Elevator A 

Central Elevator B 

C, B. & Q. Elevator A 

C, B. & Q. Elevator B... 

C, B. & Q. Elevator C 

C, B. & Q. Elevator D. 

C, B. & Q. Elevator E 

Rock Island Elevator A 

Rock Island Elevator B 

Galena Elevator 

Air Line Elevator 

Northwestern Elevator 

Fulton Elevator 

City Elevator 

Union Elevator _. 

Iowa Elevator 

Saint Paul Elevator 

Illinois River Elevator 

National Elevator 

Chicago & St. Louis Elevator. 

Wabash Elevator 

Indiana Elevator 

Neely & Hambleton's Elevator 
Chicago & Danville Elevator. 

Pacific Elevator A 

Pacific Elevator B 

Geo. A. Seaverns' Elevator . . . 

*E. Hess' Elevator. 

*Geo. A. Weiss' Elevator 



J. & E. Buckingham 

J. & E. Buckingham 

Armour, Dole & Co 

Armour, Dole & Co 

Armour, Dole & Co 

Armour, Dole & Co 

Armour, Dole & Co 

Flint, Odell&Co 

Flint, Odell&Co 

Muiiger, Wheeler & Co . . 
Munger, Wheeler & Co . . 
Hunger, Wheeler & Co .. 
Munger, Wheeler & Co . _ 
Munger, Wheeler & Co . . 
Munger, Wheeler & Co . . 
Munger. Wheeler & Co . . 
Munger, Wheeler & Co . . 

Norton & Co 

D. L. Seymour & Co 

D. L. Seymour & Co 

Geo. L. Dunlap & Co 

Geo. L. Dunlap & Co 

111. Trust & Savings Bank 

P. D. Armour 

Chi. & Pac. Elevator Co.. 
Chi. & Pac. Elevator Co.. 
Geo. A. Seaverns 

E. Hess& Co 

Geo. A. Weiss & Co 



111. Cent. R. R 

in. Cent. R. R.. - -.-- 

C, B. & Q. R. R..-. 

C, B. & Q. R. R 

C, B. & Q. R. R 

C, B. & Q. R. R 

C.,B. & Q. R. R... --- 

C, R. L & P. R. R--- 

C.,R. L & P. R. R. and Canal.... 

C. & N. W. R. W 

C. & N. W. R. W 

W. 

W. 



C. & N. W. R. 
C. & N. W. R 
Railroad and Canal. 
Railroad and Canal. 
C. &N. W. R. W.... 
C, M. & St. P. R. W. 

Canal 

Railroads and Canal 
Railroads and Canal 
W., St. L. & P. R. R. 
Various Railroads .. 
Railroads and Canal 

Railroad 

C, M. & St. P. R. 
C. M. & St. P. R. 

C. & A. R. R_ 

C, M. & St. P. R. W 
C. &N. W. R. W... 



and Canal, 
and Canal. 



W. and Canal . 
W 



Capacity 

bushels. 



1,000,000 

1,500,000 

1,250,000 

800,000 

1,500.000 

1,800,000 

1,000,000 

1,500,000 

1,100,000 

700,000 

700,000 

500,000 

400,000 

1,000,000 

800,000 

1,500,000 

900,000 

175,000 

1,000.000 

1,000,000 

1,500,000 

1,500.000 

600,000 

350,000 

500,000 

1,000,000 

900,000 

250,000 

300,000 



Total capacity _ 27,025,000 

* Made available in times of emergency according to the judgment of the Board of Directors. 



PUBLISHED RATES OF STORAGE OX GRAIN 



For the year 1887. 



On Grain received in Bulk : j 

If inspected in good condition when received — 

For the first ten days, or part thereof '. _ I 

For each additional ten days, or part thereof ._ _ | 

If condemned as unmerchantable when received — j 

For the first ten days, or part thereof _ ! 

For each additional five days, or part thereof ; 



In cents, 
per bush. 



Vi 



From November 15 to April 15 the above rates will be charged on Grain in good condition until 
four (4) cents per bushel has accrued, after which no additional storage will be charged during the 
time named, so long as the Grain remains in good condition. 



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112 



VISIBLE SUPPLY OF GRAIX, 1885. 

statement comprising the weekly stocks of Grain in regularly authorized warehouses 
at prominent Grain centers of the United States and Canada, excepting California ; 
also including quantity estimated as in transit from the principal interior points 
of shipment {avoiding, however, in such estimate the duplication of shipments'), 
pi-esenting the visible supply of Grain in the United States and Canada not disposed 
of with reference to ultimate destination, but easily obtainable to influence the rnar- 
kets or to supply any unexpected demand. 



Week Ended 



Wheat, 
bushels. 



Corn, 
bushels. 



January 3 

10 

17 

84 
31 

February 7 

14 
21 
i 28 

March : 7 

14 
21 
28 

April I 4 

11 

18 
2.5 

May..-- 2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

June 6 

13 
20 
27 

July - 4 

11 
18 
25 

August 1 

8 
1.5 
22 
29 

September 5 

12 
19 
26 

October 3 

10 
17 
24 
31 

November _._ 7 

14 
21 
28 

December 5 

12 
19 
26 



47,991,822 
47,382,l;K 
47,680,778 
47,891,078 
47,913,351 
48,290,797 
48,221,221 
48,011,276 
48,440,936 
48,585,675 
48,593,017 
48,460,434 
48,088,987 
47,567,318 
46,851,232 
45.688,394 
44,634,672 
43,654,448 
41,832,878 
40,921,9:^3 
41,101,814 
40,706,877 
41,270,432 
40,877,070 
41488,026 
41,332,524 
40,600,:M)3 
40,044.773 
39,659,191 
39,648,050 
40,262,267 
40,779,409 
42,330,237 
42,583,922 
43,140,144 
43,284,381 
43,167,183 
43,910,415 
44,217,277 
45,140,901 
46,717,001 
48,738,976 
49,886,224 
51,702,255 
52,323,886 
53,110,805 
54,267,869 
55,539,993 
56,783,440 
57,981,156 
58,;388,469 
58,320,974 



4,024,489 
4,119.838 
4,949;414 
5,517,550 
4,966,971 
5,311,573 
5,730,412 
5,210,971 
5,711,665 
6,447,942 
8,196,165 
7,161,034 
7,891,206 
8,885,963 
9,958,466 
9,928,557 
8,899,671 
7,740,642 
6,639,216 
4,953,113 
4,991,872 
4,693,470 
5,048,844 
4,681,441 
4,868,851 
5,292,889 
5,291,537 
5,038,027 
5,427,996 
.5,-308,060 
4,490,963 
4,250,713 
4,501,631 
4,458,650 
5,499,548 
5,749,268 
5,319,918 
4,299,371 
4,611,288 
4,623,595 
4,291,718 
4,340,387 
4,996,678 
4,664,343 
3,910,217 
3,299,147 
2,983,041 
3,572,229 
4,047,238 
4,505,397 
5,215,643 
7,034,880 



Oats, 
bushels. 



2,015,650 
1,778,693 
2,022,236 
1,937.992 
2,106,371 
2,447,904 
2,378,888 
2,183,864 
2,167,891 
2,396,868 
2,957,995 
2,705,650 
2,799,931 
2,664,498 
2,418,310 
2,340,621 
2,298,351 
2,112,844 
1,864,907 
2,201,462 
1,936,293 
2,058,221 
2,225,350 
2,439,501 
3,117,758 
3,284,868 
2,788,654 
2,707,242 
2,488,196 
2,180,417 
2,062,650 
1,837,480 
1,736,889 
2,098,130 
3,861,080 
4,326,537 
4,082,868 
4,154,260 
4,264,820 
4,055,a38 
3,887,940 
4,405,375 
4,072,236 
3,632,120 
3,075,757 
2,987,173 
2,540.9.36 
2,348;728 
2,:i56,032 
2,530,352 
2,440,064 
2,580,818 



Rye, 

bushels. 



434,816 
363,393 
373.719 
320.582 
311,746 
354,304 
358,.576 
a38,243 
a30,460 
345,828 
364,848 
340,038 
365,302 
357,941 
312,799 
305,809 
286,211 
277,841 
248,698 
24.5,719 
184,891 
188,505 
222,187 
225,015 
234,-348 
234,605 
212,522 
210,199 
183,163 
167,032 
126,796 
140,511 
162.050 
232;786 
.307,073 
404,786 
414,798 
410,195 
369,141 
429,219 
437,458 
513,145 
595,018 
-551.110 
596,:i34 
606,561 
6-30,729 
695,566 
714,076 
739,910 
749,157 
807,028 



Barley, 
bushels. 



1,787,302 

1,725,158 

1.634,768 

i;580,892 

1,588,913 

1,467,339 

1,436,-376 

1,401,631 

1,212,920 

1,-321,939 

1,282,755 

1,140,7-57 

1,017,504 

866,434 

755,570 

583,383 

506,533 

423,018 

283,215 

225,814 

211,310 

233,060 

165,703 

138,389 

129,576 

109,820 

109,021 

111,758 

103,512 

109,612 

107,873 

112,472 

110,824 

113,232 

114,707 

152,915 

141,945 

184,701 

209,695 

406,351 

704,253 

1,154,783 

1,550,251 

1,967,299 

1,962,621 

2,070,977 

2,372,909 

2,596,124 

2,598,155 

2,262,-570 

2,197,384 

2,243,176 



Total 
bushels. 



56,254,079- 

55,369,217 

66,660,915. 

56,248,094 

56,887,352 

57,871,917 

-58,125,47a 

57,145,983 

57,923,872 

59,098,252 

61,394,780' 

59,807,913 

60,162,9-30 

60,-342,154 

60,296,377 

58,846,764 

56,625,438 

54,208,793 

50,868,914 

48,548,041 

48,426,180 

47,880,13a 

48,932,516 

48,361,416 

49,528,559 

50,254,706 

49,002,037 

48,111,999 

47,862,058 

47,413,171 

47,049,,54* 

47,120,585 

48,841,631 

49,486,72* 

52.922,552 

5-3;917,887 

53,126.713 

52,958,94a 

53,673,231 

54,655,404 

56.038,370 

59,1-52,666 

60,900,407 

63,517,127 

61,868,815 

63,074,663 

62,795,484 

64,752,640 

66,498,941 

68,019,385 

68,990,717 

70,986,876 



Note. Quautity in transit by rail eliminated on and after July 4. 



113 



VISIBLE SUPPLY OF GRAIIS^, 1886. _ 

statement comprising the weekly stocks of Orain in regularly authorized warehotcses 
at prominent Orain centers of the United States and Canada, excepting California ; 
also including quantity afloat on the Lakes, presenting 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. 



Week Ended 



January 2 

9 
16 

23 

I 30 

February I 6 

! 13 

; 20 

27 

March _ _- 6 

13 
20 
27 

April 3 

10 
17 
24 
May 1 



June . 



July. 



August - 



September . 



October . 



November 



December. 



1887— January 



15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 



Wheat, 
bushels. 



58,432,999 
57,780,320 
57,118,183 
55,870,797 
54,989.050 
54,196,942 
53,562.382 
52,771,787 
52.148,859 
51,273,130 
50.854,419 
50,535,314 
49,773,979 
48,972,124 
47,681,869 
45,819,124 
44,554,892 
43,249.007 
41,896,898 
39.590,501 
37,814,315 
34,888,667 
33J465,539 
32,458,681 
30,908,761 
29,483,687 
28,218,752 
28.567,718 
29,239,274 
32,187,444 
34,656,798 
36,752,992 
38,051.936 
39,830,412 
41,297.906 
42,965:655 
44,870;283 
47,540;666 
49,500,078 
51,220,378 
52,787,293 
53,828,590 
55,274,100 
56,154,281 
57,559,-352 
58,309,134 
59,562,453 
59,572,340 
59,539,331 
59,989,660 
61,460,330 
62,261,330 
62,729,570 



Corn, 
bushels. 



7,950,543 

7,842,394 

6.595,409 

6;678,076 

7,199,500 

7,251,393 

8,176,791 

8.875,071 

li;404.417 

12,960,403 

14,611,399 

16,735.051 

16,796;383 

16,092,890 

16,487,810 

15.234,426 

13,588.142 

11,799;200 

10,621,901 

9,818,193 

7,814,526 

8,067,935 

8,861,586 

9,387,290 

9,388,505 

9,457,957 

9,132,392 

9,180.865 

9,317;638 

9,450,093 

9,247,243 

8,697,705 

9,727,543 

10,932,009 

11.769.681 

13;i92,387 

13,627,279 

13,769,621 

13,999,546 

13,395,388 

18,577,853 

13,755,910 

13,434,840 

13,097,454 

12,748,812 

13,106,945 

12,281,356 

11,427,683 

11,738,884 

11,626,820 

12,064,642 

12,584,419 

13,783,093 



Oats, 
bushels. 



2,609,625 
2,329,486 
2,074,297 
1,994,690 
1,994,547 
1,824,569 
1,861,242 
2,002,202 
2,248,161 
2,023,599 
2,099,707 
2,391,912 
2,589,933 
2,469,443 
2,236,556 
1,791,438 
1,650,132 
1,614,658 
1,622,495 
1,456,401 
1,523,217 
1,914,312 
2,168,991 
2,595,298 
2,730,244 
2,581,318 
2,296,220 
2,204,967 
2,053,946 
1,854.282 
1,754; 796 
2,021,567 
2,542,821 
3.116,648 
4,245,353 
4,949,360 
4,628,087 
4,625,348 
4,869,024 
4,%5,365 
4,994,989 
5,135,846 
5,358.940 
5,409;013 
5,605,395 
5,646,302 
5,646,115 
5,545,455 
5,260,884 
5,122,607 
5,098,542 
4,995,603 
5,024,925 



Rye, 

bushels. 



755,484 
725,871 
758,851 
745,998 
720,852 
715,486 
700,498 
691,899 
696,653 
707,434 
642,834 
578,038 
545,991 
526,205 
496,012 
430,451 
394,523 
396,157 
370,652 
317,099 
325,051 
274,365 
282,793 
304,398 
289,245 
283,901 
278,678 
234,928 
242,160 
304,465 
371,125 
429.198 
490,164 
708,991 
570,705 
564,141 
570,854 
602,162 
540,353 
521,739 
540,092 
514,637 
435.865 
466,711 
469,531 
447,100 
404,894 
407,143 
420,643 
403,475 
440,432 
426,580 
437,206 



Barley, 
bushels. 



Total 
bushels. 



2,214,928 

2,041,505 

1,966,887 

1,951,412 

1,860,248 

1,751,677 

1,658,861 

1,569,832 

1,446,827 

1,245,379 

1,127,081 

1,134,406 

1,039,239 

941,549 

833,116 

703,692 

575,190 

694,747 

542,193 

417,987 

376,508 

328,474 

296,045 

244,476 

252,191 

239,814 

234,634 

230,463 

220,289 

213,978 

226,785 

252,669 

317,174 

414,060 

585,200 

808,090 

1,027,665 

1,220,353 

l,278,3a9 

1,538,078 

1,808,362 

2,075,370 

2,303,371 

2,281,831 

2,485,114 

2,597,5a3 

2,679.787 

2,642;908 

2,794,220 

2,785,576 

2,951.754 

2,900,040 

2.7a5,653 



71,965,579 
70,719,576 
68.518,627 
67;240,973 
66.764,197 
65;740,067 
65,959,774 
65,910.791 
67,944,917 
68.209,945 
69.335,440 
71,374,721 
70.745,525 
69,002,211 
67.735,363 
63,979,129 
60,762,879 
57,753,769 
55,054,139 
51,600,131 
47,853,617 
45,473,753 
45,074,954 
44,990,143 
43,568,946 
42,046,677 
40,160,676 
40.418,941 
41,073,257 
44,010.262 
46,256i747 
48.154,131 
51; 129,638 
55^062, 120 
58,468,845 
62,479,633 
64,7^4,168 
67,758,180 
70,187,390 
71,640,948 
71,708,589 
75,310,353 
76,807,116 
77,359,290 
78,868,204 
80,106,984 
80,574,604 
79,595,529 
79,753,962 
79,928,138 
82,015,700 
83,167,972 
84,960,447 



Note.— No estimate is made in the above statement of quantity of Grain on " Rail. 



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114 



STOCKS OF PROVI 



As reported to the Registrar of Provisions, from 



Date. 



January 15, 1882 . . . 
February 15, 1882 . . 

March 15, 1882 

Aprill5, 1882 

April .30, 1882 

May 31, 1882 

June 30, 1882 

July 31, 1882 

August 31, 1882 

September 30, 1882 . 
October 31, 1882.... 
November 30, 1882 . 
December 31, 1882.. 
January 31, 1883 ... 
February 28, 1883 . . 

March 31, 1883 

April 30, 1883 

May 31, 188:? 

June 30, 18*3 

July 31, 1883 

August 81, 188;i 

September 30, 1883. 
October 31, 1883.... 

NovemberSO, 188;}- 
December31, 188;?.. 
January 31, 1884.... 
February 29, 1884 .. 

March 31, 1884 

April 30, 1884 

May 31, 1884... 

June 30, 1884.. 

July 31, 1884 

August 81, 1884 

September 30, 1884 . 
October 31, 1884.... 
November30, 1884 _ 
December 31, 1884 . 
January .31, 1885 ... 
February 28, 1885 .. 

March 31, 1885 

April 30, 1885 

May 31, 1885 _. 

June 30, 1885 

July 31, 1885 

August 31, 1885 

September 30, 1885 _ 
October 31, 1885.... 
November 30, 1885 . 
December 31, 1885.. 
Januarv31, 1886 ... 
February 28, 1886 .. 

March 31, 1886 

.April 30, 1886 

May ,31, 1886 

June 30, 1886 

July 31. 1886 

August 31, 1886 

September 30, 1886 . 
October 31, 1886.... 

November 30, 1886 . 
December 31, 1886.. 



Mess Pork, 


Mess Pork, 


Mess Pork, 


Pork, 


Short Rib 


New 


Old, 


Summer, 


Other 


Middles, 


Winter, 
barrels. 


barrels. 


barrels. 


kinds, 
barrels. 


pounds. 


a 269,180 


b 2,639 




7,765 


44,462,133 


319,729 


600 





8,043 


42,318,;i82 


309,839 


100 




4,204 


32,042.047 


290.725 


100 




3,045 


24,696,245 


281,960 


100 


.... 


1,806 


22,341,866 


247,151 








2,749 


19,658,430 


228,389 







4,360 


16,890,501 


198,834 








1.744 


13,276,945 


146,297 








1,780 


8,830,370 


58,580 







2,955 


4,764,133 


2,510 





2,663 


3,468 
4,604 


5,519,428 


c 24,199 


a 25 


12,454.365 


130,401 







9,817 


28,188,264 


240,079 








21,750 


86.954,980 


277,941 








22,730 


39,261,451 


261,240 








14,320 


37,647,383 


242,492 








9,306 


38,062,211 


219,558 







10,418 


89,108,334 


193,898 








10,452 


88,572,811 


175,010 







9,366 


as, 907,375 


139,058 








5,797 


24,800,022 


104,470 








4,369 


9,404,345 


57,238 


— 


1,298 

.... 


6,866 
18,140 


3,488,685 


d 27,572 


c 82,788 


13,496,528 


156,784 


27,341 





9,682 


26,982,993 


185.047 


10,786 




12,818 


27,242,.389 


190,420 


6,284 




12,634 


26,706,075 


186,792 


3,710 




9,732 


27,925,577 


181,153 


209 


567 


10,836 


28,683,830 


152,064 


209 


4,746 


11,518 


26,601,966 


121,840 


209 


3,798 


15,605 


31,676,682 


113,193 





1,395 


18,018 


26,807.781 


71,678 





488 


10,309 


22,481,673 


32,164 








4,143 


8,802,892 


15,939 





473 


7,118 
12,135 


8,022,526 


e 17,936 


d 6,250 


7,682,088 


118,635 


32 





25,121 


29,434,919 


200,810 


51 





27,735 


28,281,603 


230,809 


- . - . 





26,965 


82,772,169 


226,977 





3,594 


26,881 


84,909,847 


217,595 





2,647 


29,219 


35,.539,321 


207,158 





1,841 


31,746 


39,139,089 


185,321 





802 


30,457 


51,.530,2a5 


179,582 




613 


31,090 


51,229,343 


155,710 





116 


26.670 


34,796,875 


101,426 







10,838 


21,916,567 


75,142 





1,178 


7,652 
18,566 


13,786,226 


/ 72,865 


e 49,658 


24,827,315 


177,831 


86,941 





23,357 


43,893,081 


235,474 


29,313 





26,721 


42,464,940 


283,438 


21,387 





23,764 


38,603,600 


270,206 


16,021 





26,280 


36,412,024 


268,936 


11,992 





11,814 


31,152,189 


258,306 


5,693 




9,899 


84,419,170 


249,895 


2,771 





9,268 


43,023,543 


236,384 


1,171 





7,615 


43,755,465 


217,884 


505 




5,806 


36,162,180 


163,688 


250 , 





4,417 


20,890,685 


123,258 


250 i 


566 1 


3,278 


10,392,838 


g 9,447 


f 87,413 1 





6,553 


12,265,682 


111.535 


69,152 ! 





22,151 


82,942,044 



a Of season 1881-2. 
b Of season 1880-1. 



c Of season 1882-3. 
d Of season 1883-4. 



e Of season 1884-5. 
/Of season 1885-6. 



g Of season 1886- 



115 



SIGNS IN CHICAGO, 



January 15, 1S82, io December SI, 1886, inclusive. 



Short Clear 


Long Clear 


Shoulders, 


Shoulders, 


Hams, 


Other kinds 


P. S. Lard, 


Other 


Middles. 


Middles, 


Dry Salted, 


Sweet 


Sweet 


Meats, 


Contract. 


kinds 


pounds. 


pounds. 


pounds. 


Pickled, 
pounds. 


Pickled, 
pounds. 


pounds. 


tierces.* 


Lard, 
tierces. 


7,003,472 


11,630,324 


16,849,136 


2,451.205 


27,310,424 


16,699,509 


127.526 


11,849 


6,612,405 


12,379,628 


14,460,056 


3,405.151 


28,745.116 


15,712,5.38 


145:501 


15,820 


5,681,221 


9,187,835 


12,306,716 


3.725,378 


26,232,593 


8,666,666 


117.880 


9,706 


3.909.825 


6,025,434 


7,412,302 


3:853.777 


23,892.216 


9.922.765 


124,011 


8,680 


3,0a5,253 


4,317,218 


6,442,718 


3,845,544 


21,999,363 


12,420,4® 


132,499 


8,414 


2,544,328 


3,090,602 


3,952,610 


4,631,898 


18,485.900 


15.112,921 


139.407 


8.081 


1,989,723 


2,363,a50 


3,102,729 


5,090,704 


16,669;047 


13,681,493 


132,582 


8,435 


1,053,986 


2,188,236 


2,651,715 


4.257,780 


13,319,825 


10,531,909 


116.890 


6.486 


64,000 


2,145,160 


1,263,955 


3;511,140 


8,937,107 


5,544,069 


95:779 


5.567 




3,496,740 


450,545 


1,897.227 


6,282,930 


4,162,007 


39.702 


5,960 


122,866 


4,134,037 


1,315,416 


1,.539,913 


6,945,393 


5,528,485 


18,450 


6,324 


2,514,209 


4,418,788 


4.535,365 


1.961,472 


12,104,315 


11.480,044 


10,312 


6,947 


4,702,019 


8,-555,714 


10,756,509 


3.951.137 


23,804,449 


12,775,089 


31,526 


5,769 


5,737,356 


8,558,214 


10,449,960 


6,240;518 


29,882,404 


14,335,130 


55,533 


7,650 


3,0^,600 


5,703,842 


9,313,772 


9,296,879 


31,592,268 


1.8,100,211 


93,969 


10,065 


2,348,823 


4,552.475 


7,735,397 


9,067,579 


30,642,229 


7,151,749 


110.993 


7,079 


2,096,194 


3,446;451 


5,479,901 


8.408.653 


25,294,766 


8,010,597 


107,507 


10,880 


3,738,599 


3,760,812 


5,421,872 


9,045,800 


22,501,320 


12,081,009 


132,105 


8,^ 


5,036,594 


5,040,332 


7,679,657 


8,287,708 


19,190,649 


13,926.187 


109,406 


5,827 


5,237,919 


4,932,685 


7,573,328 


5.725,352 


13,851,439 


12,017,474 


59,405 


5,537 


2,472,557 


4,580.526 


5.588.023 


3,364.440 • 


6,877,990 


10,682,'!^ 


48,220 


3,801 


1,142,024 


3,802,645 


4,352,522 


1,724,400 


5,376,954 


10,341,808 


24,700 


2,963 


995,783 


1,851,525 


1,181,350 


1,567,100 


5,810,900 


12,084,139 


33,012 


3,617 


3,695,005 


4,790,767 


4,834,339 


2,773,200 


11,244.362 


15.781.737 


19,332 


6.769 


2,335,796 


4.441,209 


9,056,706 


6.378,500 


18,363;369 


13,259,015 


81,750 


4,934 


3,684,158 


3,919.236 


7,952,254 


6;434.100 


21,882,392 


12.157,258 


103,637 


6,280 


4,246,072 


4,061,340 


7,137,887 


6,280;791 


21,842,321 


9,991,206 


11.5,283 


6,476 


5,007,687 


3,770,505 


6,578,594 


5,900,000 


21,756,634 


11.235,296 


117.482 


6,371 


3,798,318 


3,605,664 


6,318,087 


4,774,634 


18,449,634 


9,673.498 


100.869 


7,198 


2,436,926 


4,784.138 


6.820,654 


4,321,100 


16,734,305 


15.129,343 


118.075 


6,415 


923,719 


4,849,594 


6,915,565 


5,072.800 


16,601.242 


13:009.774 


123,197 


5,725 


903,561 


3,108,470 


5,702.728 


5,790,400 


15,525,592 


11,058,293 


124,721 


4,006 


1,645,520 


1,120.601 


3,906,685 


4,117.090 


10,172,213 


9,241,285 


98,169 


3,174 


799,190 


450,273 


3.002,336 


1,868,089 


5,177,422 


6.238,471 


53,966 


4,046 


1,322,939 


1,163,747 


1,684,826 


1,292,000 


6,548,781 


8,266,247 


11,726 


3,809 


4,532,869 


3,321,040 


2.510,381 


2,339,450 


10,486.176 


8.960,639 


11,861 


2,661 


3,928,736 


5,913,821 


7,558,176 


6,964,576 


22,992,927 


13,553,631 


57,645 


10,498 


4,762,568 


4,559,181 


8,241,497 


9,149,764 


30,329,209 


14,866,547 


85.133 


7,366 


4,711,884 


4,515,466 


8,239,072 


10,296,460 


32,619,632 


14,887,985 


94,623 


10,960 


5,273,912 


3,857,478 


7.771,331 


11,257,188 


33,581,270 


13,584,425 


91.661 


10,727 


4,903,122 


3,795,217 


6,698,952 


10,590,600 


.30,427,900 


14.586,332 


80,461 


8,083 


4,954,894 


4,272,766 


6,595,268 


9,728.534 


26,244,990 


18,928,712 


79,498 


11,606 


5,007,293 


5,890,227 


6,772,081 


10,539,512 


25,168,702 


20,591.454 


88,518 


12,110 


5,796,403 


4,838,781 


5,975,648 


8,593,900 


19,806,917 


18,075,013 


111,504 


10,825 


5,638,966 


3,242,488 


4,399,234 


5,087,685 


14,295,303 


10,891,289 


84,313 


7,670 


3,858,979 


1,571,666 


2,670,818 


2,167,840 


9,307,367 


9.396,538 


32,479 


6,587 


1,659,880 


1,393,022 


2,644,013 


1,425,200 


8,165,370 


14,217,523 


10,042 


6,074 


6,917,877 


3,832,318 


5,676,916 


4,734,532 


20,153,624 


16,965,391 


37,565 


11,165 


6,597,152 


3,857.394 


6,098,760 


8,650,460 


32,634,097 


18,499,018 


103,163 


14,867 


8,213,843 


3,75i;007 


4,766,069 


10,412,070 


33,656,830 


16,095,458 


113,988 


13,717 


8,115,219 


2,919,460 


3,560,439 


9,099,137 


33,869,337 


14,86.3,902 


116,481 


11,047 


7,541,204 


1,998,715 


3,219,055 


7,448,639 


29,178,666 


13,631,763 


102.453 


8.833 


6,758,312 


1,410,467 


2,932,568 


5,888,200 


25,524,644 


15,912,190 


77,912 


9,256 


6,493,187 


1,456.631 


3,652,243 


4,384,541 


21,418,893 


15.807,071 


76,347 


9,994 


6,585,552 


1.354,213 


4,188.129 


4,218,300 


22.076,835 


17,842,863 


128,980 


9,VVV 


5,541,361 


1,272,309 


3,648.322 


4,192,116 


17,247.018 


17,942,347 


131,244 


9,512 


4,149.054 


720,444 


3,866,376 


3,706,266 


15,466,855 


14,953,896 


96,598 


7,453 


3,237,798 


969,958 


3,298,973 


4,011,600 


11,613,406 


11,170,378 


89,605 


8,318 


2,884,958 


632,267 


1,729,296 


2,437,359 


9,138,825 


6,846,073 


5,950 


6,315 


3,980,283 


1,405,009 


2,813,418 


2,432,500 


13,032,485 


10,939,443 


15,844 


8,763 


4,679,893 


1,352,556 


3,087,365 


5,985,142 


24,877,322 


17,184,835 


57,917 


8,899 



* " Old " Lard included. 



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116 



LONDO]^ AIN^D LIVERPOOL 

Weekly Range of Marlcets for American WJieat and Corn in London and Liverpool, 

Wheat, and Corn into 



Week Ended 



.january. 



April . 



May 



2 
9 
J 16 

I 23 

\ 30 

February 6 

: 13 

i 20 

--|27 

March I 6 

' 13 

20 

27 

3 

10 

ir 

24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
24 
31 



June 



July . 



August . 



September 



October 



November 



December. 



London Market. 



California 

Wheat, 
per quarter. 



s. d. s. d. 

35.6 

35.6 

35.0 @35.6 

35.0 

34.6 @35.0 
34.3 @34.6 

34.3 

34.3 @34.6 
34.6 

34"6'"@35.0 
35.0 @35.6 

35.0 

35.0 

35.0 

35.0 @35.3 

35.0 

35 

35.0 

34.6 @;i5.0 

;i5.6 

.35.6 

34.0 @34.3 

34.3 

34.0 

32.10i@33.0 
32.0 @32.10J 

32[9"@34'6" 
32.9 @34.0 
32.6 (a,32.9 
32.9 @33.6 
m.Z @34.6 

34.2 @.85.0 

35.3 @35.9 

35. 4i 

34.3 @34.7i 

34. 7i^ 

34.6 

33.6 

33.0 (5!33.6 
a3.1 @34.0 
33.9 @34.6 

34.6 

34.6 @.34.9 
34.9 @35.0 

35.0 

35. U @35.6 
35.6 @36.9 
36.6 @36.9 
37.3 @38.7i 
37.6 ®;i8.0 
38.0 @38.6 



Cargoes off Coast. 



To Arrive. 



[Fair to Good; Good 
Wheaf JMixedCom, 
per quarter. ^^^ quarter. ?«' quarter. 



Ked Winter i 
Wheat, 



California \ 
Wheat, I 

just 

shipped, 

per quarter. 



s. d. 



s. d. 
.... .33.0 
.... 33.0 
32.6 @33.0 
.... 32.6 
32.0 ©32.6 
31.6 @32.0 
31.6 @32.0 
31.6 @32.0 
32.0 @32.3 
32.0 @32.3 
32.0 @32.3 
32.0 @32.3 
32.0 @32.3 
32.0 @32. 3 
32.0 @32.3 
aS.O @33.6 
33.0 @33.6 

.... as. 6 

.... 33.6 



33.0 @33.6 
.... :k.9 
.... 32.9 



.32.9 



32.6 



31.6 
31 !6" 



a3.4i 
353" 



s. d. s. d. 
.... 31.6 
.... 31.6 
.... 31.6 
.... 31.6 
.... 31.6 
31.0@31.6 
.... 31.0 
.... 31.0 
.... 31.6 
.... 31.6 
.... 31.6 
.... 31.6 
.... 31.6 
.... 31.6 
.... 31.6 
32.6@33.0 
32.6@a3.0 
.... 33.0 
33.0@33.6 



.... 31.8 
.... 31.0 

V.V. •»2.'%" 

.... 29. 7i 

3i!6@32!6"" 

33 9 
3i"6@32!o 

'.'.'.. hi'.h" 

.... 31.10^ 
.... 32.6 
.... 32.6 



.... 30.4* 
.... 30.0 
.... 30.3 
31.3@32.9 



s. d. s. d. 

22.3 

22.3 

22.3 

22.3 

22.3 

22.3 

22.3 

22.3 

22.3 

22.3 
22.6 @22 3 
22.0 @22.3 

21.6 

20.0 @20.3 
20.0 @,20.3 
19.9 @20.0 
19.9 @20.3 
20.0 @20.3 
19.9 @20.3 



19.3 @19.4i 
19.3 



.... 31.6 
31.6@a3.6 
.... 31.9 



34.9 



21.9 



20.0 

19.6 

19.7* 

19. 4i 

19.9 @20.3 

20.3 

20.3 

20.6 @20.9 
20.7*@20.9 



s. d. s. d. 
.... a5.6 

OK ft 

35!o @85!6 
.... 35.0 
34.6 @35.0 
34.0 @34. 6 
.... 34.0 
.... 34.0 
34.6 @35.0 
34.6 @35.0 
.... 35.0 
.... 35.6 
35.0 @35.6 
.... 35.6 
.... 35.6 
35.0 @35.6 
.... 35.0 
.... 35.0 
35.0 @35.6 

'.'.'. 35'6' 



.... 34.0 
.... 33.6 

33!3 @34"o" 
.... 34.0 



34.0 @34.6 
.... 34.0 
.... 35. li 
34.6 @34.9 
34.9 @35.0 
.... 35.0 
_... 34.9 

34!6 @34"9" 

34!6 ©35^6" 

.... a5.o 

.... 34.9 
35.0 @35.3 
35.0 @35.7i 
.... 36.0 
.... 36.6 
.... 37.6 
37.9 @38.6 
.... 38.6 
.... 38.6 



Red Winter 

Wheat, 

for prompt 

shipment, 

per quarter. 

s. d. s. d. 

33.0 

33.0 

32.6 @33.0 

32.6 

32.6 

32.0 @32.6 

32.0 

32.0 

32.3 

a2.3 

32.3 

32.3 

32.3 

32.3 

32 3 
32"9"@a3!o 

33.0 

33.6 

33.6 



33.0 



32.0 ©-33. 3 
32.0 @32. 6 
31.0 ©32.3 



32.3 
31 



32.7* 



32.0 
32.10* 



33.4*@34.1* 

a3!9"©34'6' 
32.3 ©34.10* 
35.3 ©35.6 



The above quotations, up to and including May 8, are from the Beerbohm cables; since which 



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117 



WHEAT A^B CORN MARKET. 

England, during 1886, together with the reported weekly imports (approximate) of Flour, 
the United Kingdom. 



Liverpool Market. 



Fair to Good 
California 

Wheat, 
per 100 lbs. 



No. 2 
Red Winter 

Wheat, 
per 100 lbs. 



s. d. 
6.10 
6.9 

6.7 

6.7 

6.8 

6.6 

6.6 

6.6 

6.6 

6.6 

6 6 

6.7 

6.7 

6.8 

6.9 

6.8 

6.9 

6.10 

6.10 

7.2 

7.8 

6.1U 

6.10 

6 8i 



s. d. 
@ 7.1 
@ 7.0 
@ 6.11 
@.6.11 
@ 7.0 
@ 6.11 
@ 6.9 
@ 6.9 
@ 6.10 
® 6.10 
@, 6.9 
@ 6.11 
@6.10 
@7-0 
@ 7.0 
@7.0 
@7.1 
@, 7.1 
@ 7.2 
@ 7.2J 
@ 7.5 
@7.4 
@ 6.11 
@ 6.10J 

6.8i 
@, 6.9* 



s. d. 



7.0 



f.l 



6.7 

8.5i 

6.5i @ 6.7 

6.6i @ 6.74 

6.8 

6.8 @ 6.84 

6.8 

6.74 @, 6.84 

6.84 @ e.lOi 
6.114® 7.0 

6.11 @ 6.114 

6.114 

6.104 @ 6.114 

6.104 

6.104 

6.94 @6.i0 

6.94 @. 6.9i 

6.10i @ 6. Hi 

6. Hi 

6. Hi 

6. Hi 

7.0 @, 7.1i 

7.1i @. 7.2i 

7.2i @ 7.5i 

7.4i @. 7.64 

7.64 @, 7.9 

7.7i @ 7.8i 

7.8i @ 7.104 



7.2 @ 
6.11 @ 
6.94 @ 
6.84 @, 
6.84 @ 
6.74 @. 
6.64 @ 

6 "64 @, 
6.64 ®, 



6.6 @, 

6.7 @, 
6.94 @ 



6.64 
6.6 
6.64 
6.74 



6.84 
6.94 

7ii' 

7.24 

7.5 

7.6 

7.64 



s. d. 
7.1 
7.1 
7.1 
.7.1 
7.1 
7.1 
7.1 
7 
7.1 
7.1 
7.2 
7.2 
7 2 
7.2 
7.2 
7.2 
7.2 
7.2 
7.2, 
7.1 
7.24 
7.14 
6.104 
6.94 
6.9 
6.84 
6.7 
6.7 
6.8 
6.74 
6.64 
6.64 
6.7 
6.9 
6.10 
6.84 
6.84 
6.74 
6.7 
6.7 
6.64 
6.7 
6.84 
6.84 
6.84 
6.9 
6.11 
7.0 
7.3 
7.5 
7.6 
7.64 



Fair to Good 

Spring 

Wheat, 

per 100 lbs. 



s. d. s. d. 

7.2 

7.2 

7.2 

7.2 

7.2 

7.2 

7.1 @ 7.2 

7.1 

7.2 

7.2 

7.2 @ 7.3 

7.3 

7.3 

7.3 

7.3 

7.3 

7.3 

7.3 

7.3 

7.14 @ 7.2 

7.1 @ 7.2 
6.104 @ 7.04 
6.94 @, 6.104 
6,8i @ 6.94 
6.8i 

6.6 @ 6.7i 

6.5 @ 6.54 
6.54 m 6.64 

6.7 @6.8 
6.7 @ 6.74 
6.64 @6.7 
6.64 

6.7 @ 6.8 

6.8 ©6 94 
6.94 ® 6.10 

6.94 

6.94 

6.94 

6.84 @6.9 

6.84 

6.74 @. 6.8 

6.8 

6.8 @, 6.84 

6.84 

6.8 

6"84' @ 6^94 

6.104 

6.114 @. 7.2 

7.2 @, 7.44 
4.44 @, 7.54 
7 5 @, 7.6 

7.6 @, 7.7 



Good 

American 

Mixed Corn, 

per 100 lbs. 



s. d. 

4.74 

4.2 

4.2 

4.14 



4.14 

4.2 

4.24 

4^24 

4.2 

4.2 

4"2" 
4.2 

i'.h' 

4.34 

4.2i 

4.3 

4.3 

4.3i 

4.5 

4.44 

4.24 

4.14 

4 "6" 

4.04 

4.1 

4.1 

4.14 

4.3 

4.44 

4.44 

4.54 

4.44 

4.4 

4.4 

4.4 

4.3i 

4.3i 

4.44 

4.3} 

4[4" 

4.44 

4.5 

4.54 

4.54 

4.64 

4.64 



s. d. 
@4.8 
@. 4.74 
@ 4.24 
@4.2 

4.14 

4.14 
@.4.2 
@4.3 
@ 4.3 

4.24 
©4.3 
@ 4.3 
@,4.3 

4.24 
@ 4.24 
@4.24 

4.3 
@ 4.4 
@ 4.4 
@ 4.3 
@4.3i 
@4.4 
©4.5 
@4. 
@4. 
@4. 
©4. 



@ 



54 
5 
34 
24 
4.04 
4.04 
4.14 
_ 4.2 
@4.14 
@4.34 
@ 4.4 
@. 4.5 
@4.54 
@.4.5| 
@4.5 
@, 4.44 
@ 4.44 
® 4.44 
@ 4.34 
@.4.4i 
@. 4.5 
@4.44 
4 3i 
@ 4.4i 
@4.4i 
@4.6 
@,4.5i 
® 4.7 
@ 4.7 
@, 4.7 



Weekly Imports into the United 
Kingdom. 



Flour, 
M barrels. 



90 
125 
125 
110 
175 
105 
110. 
155 ' 
125 . 
100 I 
155 I 
165 I 
105 I 
125 I 
130 I 
135 I 

25 I 
185 ( 



I 95 

'<, 130 
i 130 
<. 115 
: 180 
<, 110 
^ 115 
: 160 
'. 130 

; 105 

: 160 
: 170 

, 110 
, 130 
, 135 
, 140 
. 30 
, 190 
278 
156 
109 
235 
164 
198 
261 
182 
114 
201 
141 
223 
157 
284 
59 
206 
167 
209 
269 
150 
142 
217 
140 
213 
217 
148 
111 
165 
203 
110 
218 
182 
113 
81 
287 



Wheat, 
M quarters. 



155 @ 160 

210 @ 215 

150 @ 155 

230 @ 235 

165 @ 170 

170 @. 175 

125 @. 130 

185 @. 190 

85 @ 90 

105 @, 110 

75 @ 80 

200 @205 

165 @ 170 

240 @ 245 

195 @ 200 

110 @ 115 

50 @, 55 

140 @ 145 

149 

157 

256 

211 

360 

229 

407 

368 

278 

327 

212 

211 

153 

290 

229 

217 

198 

267 

310 

322 

211 

319 

210 

350 

155 

168 

220 

149 

242 

230 

279 

126 

147 

112 

234 



Com, 
M quarters. 



130 ® 135 
145 @, 150 
170 @ 175 
160 @ 165 

85 @ 90 
140 @ 145 

70® 75 
180 @ 185 
105 @, 110 

70 ® 75 

120 @, 125 

105 @ 110 

200 © 205 

130 @ 135 

185 @, 190 

185 @. 190 

115 @, 120 

115 @ 120 

236 

87 

180 

122 

as 

147 

173 

123 

220 

208 

311 

166 

184 

174 

193 

166 

148 

135 

146 

155 

86 

144 

142 

116 

89 

78 

116 

103 

77 

110 

95 

79 

86 

51 

124 



date they are furnished by Mr. John Jones, the special reporter of foreign markets for this Board. 



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118 



PRODUCT PER CAPITA 

Of all Cereals in the undermentioned Countries and Status. 
Compiled bj' J. R. Dodge, Statistician of the Department of Agriculture, Washington. 



Countries. 



Total [Bush. 

bushels. , P^ o 
head. 



United States : 2,697,580,229 

Europe ] 5,273,398,496 

Denmark 74,456,840 

Hungary _ 426,062,544 

Sweden 98,262,908 

France 763,754,669 

Roumania 102,850,000 

Russia -_: 1,567,831,233 

Germany I 784,147,845 

Ireland 74,482,114 

Spain .-.- 226,173,145 



53.8 
16.1 

36.9 

27.2 
21.5 
20.3 
19.1 
18.8 
17.3 
14.6 
14.1 



Countries. 



Belgium 

Austria 

Servia 

Turkey 

Great Britain 

Norway 

Italy 

Netherlands . 

Portugal 

Greece 

Switzerland . . 



Total |Bush. 

bushels. ; P^r 
'. head. 



74,655,797 

290,453,674 

14,303,520 

110,341,440 

286,246,289 

16,915,642 

262,659,795 

37,029,985 

34,771,906 

10,525,854 

17,473,296 



13.4 

13.0 

11.4 

11.3 

9.5 

9.3 

9.2 

8.9 

8.7 

6.7 

6.5 



BUSHEL MEASURE. 

The 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 

Irish Potatoes _ . . 

Sweet Potatoes 

Turnips 

Onions 

Dried Peaches 

Dried Apples 

Bran _ _ 

Clover Seed 

Timothy Seed_ 

Hungarian Grass Seed . 

Hemp Seed 

Flax Seed _. 

Stone Coal 

Charcoal 

Coarse Salt (domestic) . 



Mich. 


Ind. 


111. 


Wis. 
60 


Iowa. 


Mo. 
60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 


70 


(i8 


70 


70 


70 


70 


;k 


32 


32 


32 


32 


32 


48 


48 


48 


48 


48 


48 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 


42 


50 


52 


50 


52 


52 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


55 


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.55 


55 


46 


55 


oo 


55 


55 


55 


55 


55 


57 


57 


57 


57 


57 


57 


28 


33 


as 


28 


33 


33 


28 


25 


24 


28 


24 


24 


20 




20 


20 


20 


20 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 


60 






45 


46 


45 




48 


48 


48 


48 


45 


48 


44 


44 


44 


44 


44 


44 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 




70 


90 




80 




2fi 


22 


22 


22 


22 


22 


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56 


.56 


56 


56 


56 



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60 
56 
70 
32 
48 
56 
48 
60 
60 
55 
55 
57 
32 
24 
20 
60 
44 
56 

56 
60 



119 



STOCK OF PORK IN NEW YORK. 

The following table gives the stock of Barreled Pork of all descriptions in yew York 
on the first day of each month for the past seven years : 



January... 
February.. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July.. 

August 

September 
October ... 
November. 
December . 



1880. 
bbls. 



1881. 
bbls. 



74,274 
69,989 
63,845 
54,719 
41,689 
56,201 
54,567 
45,574 
41,882 
30,194 
28,139 
26,296 



45,534 
41,316 
37,946 
36,680 
36,740 
21,561 
17,248 
24,752 
22,268 
19,886 
25,338 
39,927 



1882. 
bbls. 



54,226 
70,058 
62,101 
59,509 
50,181 
39,971 
31,045 
26,650 
20,697 
12,331 
4,538 
4,931 



1883. 
bbls. 



16,623 
24,992 
24,951 
33,760 
30,350 
26,735 
23,373 
15,384 
16,480 
18,106 
12,412 
10,048 



1884. 
bbls. 



12,532 

17,993 

17,987 

15,499 

11,449 

9,021 

9,894 

9,193 

7,235 

6,451 

3,899 

3,630 



1885. 
bbls. 



5.726 
7.143 
10,721 
13,229 
11,191 
10,993 
14,478 
11,842 
7,736 
21,139 
21,980 
26,104 



1886. 
bbls. 



25,971 
25,292 
24,529 
92,465 
19,447 
17,237 
14,392 
13,906 
12,290 
9,635 
10,334 
16.238 



STOCK OF LARD IN NEW YORK. 

TTie following table shows the stock of Lard in New York on the first day of each 

month for the past seven years : 




January ... 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 
October ... 
November. 
December . 



109,068 
93,995 
86,472 
69,970 
57,585 
60,787 
62,630 
82,80r 
53,967 
17,675 
14,908 
18,344 



41,407 : 
51,294 I 
57,195 1 
44,090 
44,146 
38,193 
59,477 
84,304 
78,105 i 
48,846 I 
44,707 I 
42,539 I 



77,219 
84,103 
73,428 
53,715 
39,845 
35,209 
21.053 
a9,964 
28,284 
17,045 
16,843 
12,351 



27,314 
48,258 
40,104 
30,804 
24,918 
23,908 
22,929 
37,218 
22,504 
18,143 
19,679 
23,465 



22,922 

24,182 
26.939 
27^253 
25,261 
35,572 
37.935 
22.419 
14,705 
14,046 
14.245 
17:473 



23,096 
24,204 
19,660 
32.114 
27..362 
34..524 
40.789 
37.962 
33.768 
34;319 
12,965 
19,777 



1886. 
tes. 



39,046 
41,643 
55,466 
39,103 
22,364 
35,469 
36.385 
32,268 
36,235 
56,177 
44.279 
25,.333 



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120 



DIRECT EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC PRODUCE. 

The following exhibits the quantities of various Articles of Domestic Produce shipped 
from Chicago during 1886, consigtied to European ports on through bills of lading 
issued in Chicago: 



Commodities. 



Quantities. 



Flour - Barrels ... 

Oat Meal Barrels... 

Corn Meal \ Barrels . . . ! 

Wheat - ': Bushels .. I 

Com : Bushels .. 

Oats ; Bushels.. 

Clover Seed ' Pounds... 

riax Seed. ] Pounds... 

Other Seed- .i Pounds... 

Cured Meats Boxes 

Canned Meats ' Cases ] 

Tongues Packages.! 

Beef i Packages, i 

Beef, "Fresh" Pounds...! 

i I 



680,631 

60,896 

27,132 

1.414,891 

'774,879 

117,925 

1,838,640 

21,575,684 

1,837,757 

303,380 

302,274 

5,538 

14,460 

12,826,467 



Commodities. 



j Quantities. 



Pork.... 

Pork (Misc. Packages) 

Lard 

Lard (Misc. Packages) 

Tallow 

Butter 

Cheese 

Hides 

Leather 

Tobacco 

Oil 

Oil Cake 

Distilled Spirits 

Miscellaneous 



Barrels... 

Packages. 

Tierces...! 

Packages.; 

Packages.! 

Pounds... 

Pounds.-.! 

Pounds...} 

Pounds...; 

Pounds. . . I 

Barrels...! 

Pounds. 

Barrels. 

Pounds. 



15,283 

6,267 

179,437 

236,367 

30..328 

711,956 

2,420,919 

129,395 

88,975 

673.306 

7,680 

22,855,331 

860 

15,569,672 



The above were shipped from Chicago by the several Transportation routes and lines as 

follows : 



Routes and Lines from Chicago. 



Tons. 



By Lake — Union Steamboat Company 

Anchor Line 

Blue Line 

Red Line 

Hoosae Tunnel Line 

By Rail — Red Line 

Great Eastern Line 

Blue Line 

Star Union Line 

Great Western Dispatch... 

Commercial Express 

National Dispatch 

Lackawanna Line 

Erie & Pacific Dispatch 

National Line 

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 

Hoosae Tunnel Line 

Empire Line 

Total Tons 



23,055 
25,991 
16,320 
40,514 
2,673 



32,080 

31,604 

23,137 

40,100 

12,258 

10,906 

21,003 

4,090 

868 

19,444 

23,443 

13.314 

'466 



Total Tons 
Shipped. 



108,553 



232,713 
341,266 



DIRECT EXPORTS TO EUROPE IN PREVIOUS YEARS. 



Years. 


Tons. 


Years. 


Tons. 


Years. 


Tons. 


1865 

1866. 


8,912 

1,904 

4,619 

4,576 

7,213 

17,921 

21,081 

77,953 


1873 

1874 


132,474 

113,776 

219,387 

314,507 

309,1&5 

602,018 ' 

768 153 


1880 

1881. 

1882 

; 1883.... 

: 1884... 

: 1885. 

! 1886 

! 


662,113 

616,718 


1867 


1875 


332,297 
455,267 
402,398 


1868 


1876 - 


1869 


1877 


1870 

1871 


1878 

! 1879 


380,513 
341,266 


1872. 







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121 



EXPORTS BY LAKE TO CANADA 



From the Port of Chicago, during the year 1886. 



Commodities. 


Quantities. 


Value. 


Wheat 


Bushels 


1,031,216 

2,532,071 

281,032 

1,170 

1,000 

480 

12,127 

75 

59,370 

62,534 

75,136 

20 

73 

320 

1,505 


$ 859,958 


Corn - 


Bushels 


1,010,828 
84,310 


Oats - - 


Bushels 


Flour .- - 


Barrels 


3,765 


Corn Meal 


Barrels .. 


2,534 


Broom Corn - . 


Pounds 


50 


Pork - 


Barrels - -. 


123,921 


Beef -- 


Barrels 


420 


Lard ..- - 


Pounds 


4,247 


Cured Meats 


Pounds 


4,774 


Timothy Seed 


Pounds 


2,706 
220 


Hay - 


Tons 


Tea 


Pounds 


20 


Sugar 


Pounds 


19 


Miscellaneous Merchandise . 


Packages 


4,564 






Total Value . 




$2,102,336 









THROUOH TOJ^T^AGE 

Forwarded via Chicago Pool Lines, during the year 1886. 

(Prom the Central Traffic Association.) 



Roads. 


Dead Freight. 

Tons 

(Through 

only.) 


Dressed Meats 

and 

Live Stock. 

Tons 

(Through and 

Local.) 


Total Tons. 


Chicago & Grand Trunk Railway 


247,345 
371,723 
314,237 
369,491 
229,497 
173,760 
159,146 
57,003 


i 
162,833 410 178 


Michigan Central Railroad .. 


252,365 


624,088 
539,637 
494,906 
272,647 
212,164 
230,595 
57,004 


Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway. .- 


225,400 

125,415 

43,150 

38,404 

71,449 


Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway 


Chicago, St. Louis & Pittsburgh Railway .. .. 


Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 


New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad 


Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chicago Railroad 


Totals .- .- 


1,922,202 


919,016 


2,841,219 





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124 



ALL-RAIL THROUGH BUSIIN^ESS. 

The following statement shows the amount of Flour and Grain received at Chicago 
during 1886 by Western Railways, and delivered to connecting lines without passing 
through a Chicago Warehouse. These amounts are all included in the general state- 
ments of Receipts and Shipments published herewith, except Shipments originating 
in Milwaukee; these are deducted from the Receipts and Shipments of Chicago, as 
shotvn by the general statements, but are included in this : 

Received hy Chicago tf- Xorth- Western Railway. 



Months. 



Flour, 
barrels. 



January 56.01.5 

February- ._ 77,404 

Mar<!h 71,376 

April 60,.516 

Mav - 29,473 

June - 32,821 

July ._ ■ .31,521 

August - ' 27,455 

September 43,2.31 

October 69,097 

November ._ 53.817 

December { 147,869 

Totals -_ 700,595 



Wheat, 
bushels. 

61,343 
116,057 
148,935 
91,175 
32,400 
48,841 
53,653 
40,650 
62,159 
.54,023 
34,997 
60,900 



805,133 



Corn, 


Oats, 


bushels. 


bushels. 


66,239 


160,176 


686,231 


374,933 


295,621 


403,695 


19,3,608 


188,812 


78,619 


546,787 


95,109 


274,1.39 


62,921 


212,856 


59,955 


350,065 


224,060 


573,.320 


118,461 


552,772 


42,394 


313,666 


82,375 


474,084 


2,005..593 


4,425,305 



Rye, 

bushels. 



4.825 
7,383 
15,547 
5,733 
4,642 
2.320 
6;203 
1,590 
5,187 
6,147 
6,270 
4,799 



Barlev, Total No. 
bushels, of Cars. 



243,270 

262,847 

254,129 

123,773 

53,096 

27,254 

7,235 

81,040 

363,505 

551,155 

445,072 

468,210 



70,646 ' 2.880,586 



1,248 

2,957 

2,315 

1,444 

1,277 

896 

619 

919 

2,075 

2,311 

1,552 

2,622 



20,235 



Received hy Chicago, Milwaukee c(; Si. Paul Railroad. 



Months. 



Flour, 
barrels. 



January 

February ... 

March 

April -. 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. . 

October 

November . 
December .. 

Totals 



71.290 
98,3a5 

123,255 
55,580 
48,810 
45.360 
40,460 
44,100 
73,080 

104,615 
90,945 

189,285 



Wheat, i Corn, 
bushels. ! bushels. 



13,100 

28,500 

59,100 

29,200 

5,600 

7,800 

12,000 

2,400 

9,000 

11.300 

5,000 

84,700 



100.200 

213,600 

42,100 

"600 
600 



600 



Oats, 
bushels. 



9.000 

2,000 

11,150 

3,000 

12.000 

3,000 

5,000 

4,000 

13,100 

10,000 

11,100 

6,700 



Rye, 

bushels. 



10,072 
12,913 
7,097 
9,770 
8,550 
7,200 
1,200 

6^050 
1,650 
1,150 



9a5,165 ' 267,700 .357,700 90,050 : 65,652 



Barley, 
bushels. 



Total No. 
of Cars. 



135,5-30 

224,400 

232,200 

99,100 

28,200 

19,800 

1^800 
104,500 
247,200 
308,400 
186,000 



1.587.130 



967 

1,515 

1,477 

690 

435 

386 

317 

327 

768 

1,195 

1,187 

1,857 



11,121 



Received hy Illinois Central Railroad. 



Months. 



January ... 
February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 

October 

November . 
December . 



Flour, 
barrels. 

4,710 

3,891 

14,983 

6,!)22 



Wheat, Corn, Oats, { Rye, 
bushels, bushels, bushels. ! bushels. 



1,895 
12,753 

7,320 
5,989 



Totals 



8,802 ! 


6.305 


, 2,762 


12,486 


: 2,669 1 


19,053 


' 4,479 


30,224 


6,310 i 


12,867 


4,823 


13,270 


j 7,755 : 


45,783 


29,650 : 


51,210 


97,756 


219,155 



239,026 

276,994 

115,158 

53,706 

36,081 

40,862 

59,522 

41,335 

46,209 

78.050 

458,028 

690,953 



134.7^8 
325;361 
206,424 
211,271 
316,289 
211,728 
202,330 
389,020 
386,249 
403,381 
364,370 
428,711 



353 
5,355 
2,520 

478 
681 
1,539 
1,879 
4,099 
2,909 
1,359 
5,684 
5,7% 



Barley, 
bushels. 

14,722 

7,972 

20.011 

13,979 

5,268 

6,0a5 

3,634 

29,811 

57,412 

62,242 

4.3,500 

69,711 



Total No. 
of Cars. 



695 
986 
611 
434 
527 
385 
411 
657 
670 
757 
1,374 
2,127 



32,652 334,347 



9,634 



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Received hy Cliicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad. 



Months. 



Flour, 
barrels. 



January 905 

Februah' ■ 1,621 

March j 5,829 

April I 3,876 

May \ 2,838 

June.. i 9,480 

July ; 9,367 

August i 4,116 

September _ . _ ' 62,714 

October 107,065 

November 117,387 

December 102,970 

Totals I 428,018 



Wheat, 
bushels. 



Corn, 
bushels. 



41,839 
16,528 
22,193 
13,768 
5,847 
24,125 
45,517 
39,932 
60,364 
71,671 
56,514 
119,496 



661.880 
1.241,774 
1.016,803 
395,349 
509,989 
445,964 
269,544 
183,958 
832,766 
369,664 
202,907 
361,124 



517,794 ; 5,991,222 



Oats, 
bushels. 



321,030 
5aS,032 
492,811 
504,276 
888,798 
943,190 
555,083 
617,948 
752,635 
789.615 
61i;268 
675,748 



7,555,434 



Rye, 

bushels. 



9,796 
8,250 

14,300 
4,463 
5.298 
3;707 
7,893 
1,309 

13.236 

11.247 
8,881 

10,320 



Barley, 
bushels. 



10.847 
21,112 
17,198 
10,417 
13,761 
7,043 

7,663 
36.170 
92,527 
.50,343 
28,788 



98,095 295,761 



Total Xo. 
of Cars. 



1.667 
2;875 
2.4ft3 
1.293 
1,854 
1.907 
1,210 
1,069 
1,958 
2,440 
2,004 
2,343 



2.3,113 



Received hy Chicago, Roch Island <& Pacific Railicay. 



Months. 



January 

February ... 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September.. 

October 

November . 
December .. 

Totals 



Flour, 
barrels. 



13,111 
14,548 
24,005 
79,096 
44,526 
54,310 
49,840 
50,582 
35,797 
35,400 
57,766 
26,354 



Wheat, 
bushels. 



12,153 

4,656 

9.898 

13;884 

4.342 

7,935 

23,920 

13,498 

22,136 

25.812 

9445 

,16,806 



Corn, 
bushels. 



63,469 

170,258 

95,596 

37,738 

37,319 

75,6.52 

88,519 

84.112 

213,312 

146,875 

94,.310 

186,286 



4a5,.335 : 162,174 1,243,346 



Oats, ; Rye, 
bushels, bushels. 



Barley, 
bushels. 



152,218 
381,018 
161,586 
178,408 
343,991 
179,897 
1.34,809 
378,779 
460,108 
354,534 
169,179 
244,278 



3,949 
1,801 
6,314 
2,016 

985 
2,3»4 

610 
2,685 
4,336 
4.064 

512 



4.973 

4,615 

3,890 

5,576 

485 

1,106 

245 

12.973 

51,686 

.55.974 

17,9.35 

15,190 



3,088,295 \ 28,656 173,648 



Total No. 
of Cars. 



4S5 

828 
581 
907 
797 
813 
760 
1.007 
i;271 

a37 

781 



10.112 



Received hy Chicago S Alton Railroad. 



■KIT *i, ' Flour, 

Months. - barrels. 

January _ '• 2,295 

February i 535 

March i 1,.570 

April __ : 2,905 

May - ---- 4,590 

June.... - 4,-315 

Julv-.. --- ---- 5,665 

August I 9,180 

September _ 1 8,015 

October _ : 12,415 

November - ] 4,690 

December \ 1,860 

Totals I 58,035 



Wheat, 
bushels. 



7,153 

8,297 

3,748 

10,614 

12,729 

15,969 

10,060 

14,619 

7,840 

1,545 

4,.500 



Corn, i Oats, 
bushels, j bushels. 



Rye, 

bushels. 



103.631 
58,419 
36,401 
32,628 
48,004 
44.257 
61.637 
37,164 
50,782 
47,520 
142,325 
175,248 



42,701 

41,702 

44,816 

39,424 

91,243 

.33,966 

102,223 

299,968 

184,717 

84,927 

55,979 

85,545 



92,074 832,966 j 1,106,711 




Barley, Total No. 
bushels, j of Cars. 



252 
168 
128 
123 
223 
161 
281 
515 
369 
264 
360 



43,925 



8,364 



Recapitulation. 



Roads. 


Flour, 
barrels. 


Wheat, 
bushels. 


Corn, 
bushels. 


Oats, 
bushels. 


Rye, Barley, 
bushels, bushels. 


Total No. 
of Cars. 


C.&N. W.R.W 

C, M. &St. P. R.R. 

I. C. R. R. ---- 

C..B. &Q. R. R 

C, R. I. & P. R. W - 

C. & A. R.R 


700,595 
985,165 

97,756 
428,018 
485,335 

58,035 


805,133 
267,700 
219,155 
517.794 
162,174 
92,074 


2,005,593 
857,700 
2,185,924 
5,991.222 
1,243,346 
832,966 


4,435,305 
90.050 
3,579,892 
7,555,434 
3,088,295 
1,106,711 


70,646 1 2,880,586 

65.652 : 1,587,130 

32.653 ! 334,347 
98,095 t 295,761 
28,656 i 173,648 
12,566 1 43,925 


20,235 
11,121 

9,634 
23,113 
10,112 

3,264 






Totals 


2,7.54,904 


2,064,ft30 


18.566,751 


19,845,687 


308.267 [ 5,315,397 


77,479 









iii£^s£Ssi^^£^^ 



126 



STATEMENT OF THE ENTIRE MOVEMENT 

Dtiring the 
Shipments originating in Milwaukee, and 



Receipts. 



Received by 


Flour, 
barrels. 


Wheat, 
bushels. 


Com, 
bushels. 


Oats, 
bushels. 


Rye, 
bushels. 


Barley, 
bushels. 


Lake .-. 


8,379 

103,437 

1,236,399 

132,759 

553,339 

467,380 

78,205 

8,805 

1,327,855 

27,790 

416 

5,175 

20,814 

11,771 

54,900 

61,785 

2,950 

32^275 
4,731 

4,139,165 

494,789 

86,243 


29,361 

12,350 

3,625,954 

1,100,800 

1,237,653 

3,496,449 

728,702 

353,746 

4,015,890 

1,170,383 

278,700 

93^825 

483.836 

10,237 

59,812 

4,450 

58^880 
10,715 


1,864^856 

10,313,363 

5,711,189 

4,540,469 

25,114,610 

2,901,167 

2,127,287 

3,683,288 

5,410,701 

1,135.750 

564 

31448 
400 

17,9% 
2,981 
3,295 

2^536 


3,000 

749,337 

7,758,955 

4,569,918 

5,201,435 

10,465,092 

2,109,575 

1,228,965 

5.274,004 

2,255,541 

306,800 

13^799 

724 

8,568 

6,705 

10,977 

11471 
1,649 


"i4;27.5 
167.176 

85,ia3 
126,034 
279.806 

32,288 

18,280 
190,694 

32.694 
3,300 

24"43 
4,374 


3,980 


Canal 




Chicago & North-Western R. W 

Illinois Central R.R 


5,388,401 
721,746 


Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R. W.- 
Chicago, Burlington & Quiucy R. R. _ . 
Chicago & Alton R. R. 


678,788 

1,112,803 

48,487 


Chicago & Eastern Illinois R. R 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Patil R. R... 

Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific R. W 

Chicago & St. Louis R. R 


4,66i;436 
26,428 


Cincinnati, Ind., St. L. & Chicago R. R. 
Wisconsin Central R. R 


500 


Louisville, New Albany & Chi. R. R... 
Michigan Central R.R 

Lake Shore & Mich. Southern R. W. ._ 
Pittsburgh, Ft. Wavne & Chicago R.W. 
Chicago, St. Louis & Pittsburgh R. W.. 
Baltimore & Ohio R. R. 


2;8;^6 

1,561 
3,124 


Chicago & Grand Trunk R. W 


90,869 


New York, Chicago & St. Louis R. R.._ 
Chicago & Atlantic R. R 








Total Receipts 


16,771,743 
14,583^648 


62,861,594 
2,504;950 


39,976,215 
270^531 


956,247 
311411 


12,740.953 


Flour manufactured in the City 

In Store and in Vessels Dec. 31, 1885. .. 

/ 


228^696 




4,720,197 


31,355,391 


65,366,544 


40,246,746 


1,267,358 


12,%9,649 



i-- 7-'fi^¥rtfilifilila 



127 



OF FLOUR A^D GRAIN AT CHICAGO, 



year 1886. 

passing through Chicago, not included. 



Shipments. 



Shipped by 



Lake— To Buffalo .-- 

To Erie 

To Oswego.- --- 

To Ogdensburg 

To Other American Ports 

To Canadian Ports in transit to 
American points, viz. : 

Colliugwood 

Point Edward.-- 

Samia .- - 

Midland 

Exported to Canada — 

To Montreal - 

To Kingston - 

To Other Canadian Ports -. 



Total by Lake 

Canal - -.j- -; 

Chicago & Northwestern R. W. 

Illinois Central R. E. 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R. W.. 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R. 

Chicago & Alton R. R.- 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois R. R 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R. R. 
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific R. W. -.. 

Chicago & St. Louis R. R 

Cincinnati, Ind., St. L. & Chicago R.R. 

Wisconsin Central R. R - . 

Louisville, NewAlbany & Chicago R.R. 

Michigan Central R. R. 

Lake Shore & Mich. Southern R. W. -- 
Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago R.W. 
Chicago, St. Louis & Pittsburgh R. W. . 

Baltimore & Ohio R. R. 

Chicago & Grand Trunk R.W 

New York, Chicago & St. Louis R. R. . . 
Chicago & Atlantic R. R 



Total Shipments -.. 

In Store and in Vessels Dec. 31, 1885 -. 
City Consumption and unaccounted for 



Flour, 
barrels. 



985,374 
396,946 

6^775 
1,800 



200 
"140 



1,391,235 

317 

27,588 

38,975 

10,568 

970 

31,249 

20,629 

10,760 

228,995 

1,560 

11,770 

43494 
257,442 
292,539 
371,172 
254,043 
217,380 
129,059 
175,194 
263,588 



3,778,227 

48,640 

893,330 



4,720,119 



Wheat, 
bushels. 



8,581,347 
385,617 

22.5;i30 
289,807 



85,209 

876,115 

69,901 



10,513,126 
761,229 
458,831 
651.622 
190,170 

39,879 
195,739 
190,847 
266,716 
189,142 

14,976 
7,866 
4,074 

58,715 
537,971 
308,194 
125,382 
243,966 
146,811 
200,579 
260,543 
383,751 



15,750,129 

13,026,608 

2,578,654 



31,355,391 



Com, 
bushels. 



27,920,876 

1,177,228 

444,035 

3,165,895 

552,315 



1,300,921 

1,147,844 

657,105 

2,057,888 

334,779 

1,387.573 
809;719 



40,956,177 

122,537 

251,987 

668,881 

81,330 

232,445 

3,872 

5,683 

137,818 

662,702 

126^269 

12,695 

79,161 

3,006,452 

1,9.30,291 

765,658 

618,176 

921,052 

2,354,598 

1,398,568 

2,040,124 



56,376,476 
5,013,597 
3,976,471 



65,366,544 



Oats, 
bushels. 



1,050,258 



371,291 

835,832 



153,983 

264,609 

90,931 

171,897 



281,032 



3,219,833 

5,000 

207,426 

701,618 

255,600 

9,713 

3,935 

93,825 

110,253 

3,922,030 

1,000 

281,463 

233^779 
3,437,843 
3,776,057 
1,995,562 
1,925,937 
1,329,674 
2,310,973 
1,930.243 
6,612,444 



32,364,208 

981,074 

6,901,464 



40,246,746 



Rye, 

bushels. 



Barley, 
bushels. 



114,025 ! 259.114 



23,832 



114,025 

8422 

103,312 

13,737 

4,358 

16^012 
46,343 
17,757 

27^837 

55^879 
2,842 

77,286 
137,590 

95,701 

17,719 
1,720 
5,000 

72,313 



817,553 
151,610 
298,195 



1,267,358 



282,946 

241^005 
279,903 
134,432 

12,144 
256,031 
353,644 
217.492 
4ir;534 

39,710 
403,913 

418^302 
745,011 
627.748 
829.385 
1,145,746 
300,641 
163,711 
211,942 
244,950 



7,326,190 

308,486 

5,334.973 



12,969,649 



my,-^-*-iM^\^\(ifti*-is£-»ti,- 



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128 



FLOUR MAJ^fUFACTURED m CHICAGO. 

Tlie following shows the quantity of Flow manufactured by the several city mills in- 
each of the past five years : 



Mills. 


1886. 


1885. 


1884. 


1883. 


1882. 


Star and Crescent Mills .- 


170,000 

139,189 

170,000 

15,600 


175,316 

224,-349 

160,000 

15,500 


175,000 

235,241 

110,000 

15,600 


125,385 
169,335 


115,633 


Norton Mills ._ 


184,725 


Eckhart & Swan's 




Milwaukee Avenue Mills. 




Other Mills 








Total barrels 


494,789 


575,165 


535,841 


294,720 


300,358 





REPORTED STOCK OF FLOUR IN CHICAGO 



On the first days of each month /or five years. 



Months. 



January . . 
February . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August ... 
September 
October... 
November 
December 



1886. 
Barrels. 



86,243 
90,153 
91,911 
92,256 
77,444 
73,985 
61,744 
48,631 
49,228 
47,678 
46,554 
54,682 



1885. 
Barrels. 



58,628 
37,918 
40,761 
34,862 
39,481 
47,450 
54,467 
60,078 
46,082 
31,442 
6fi,78;i 
84,081 



1884. 
Barrels. 



62.427 
63,192 
73,115 
67,140 
46,832 
38.252 
30,910 
27,828 
38.556 
42,168 
49,946 
52,654 



1883. 
Barrels. 



80,217 
77,557 
77,023 
78,039 
64,602 
62,972 
56,664 
50.378 
42,798 
38,074 
.39,767 
43,936 



1882. 
Barrels! 



83,725 
94,110 
98,25.1 
88,025 
79,720 
73,430 
60,055 
56,525 
43,777 
34,105 
45,705 
53,234 



129 



PRICES OF FLOUR (PER BARREL) 

For each iceek during 1886. 



Week Ended 



Good to iSpringWheat Minnesota 'Fair to Good 
I Choice by Patent Bakers' Good Spring 

IWhite Winter^ Process. to Choice. Wheat. j 



Low- 
Grade. 



Good to 
Choice Rve. 



January 


2 




16 


February 

March — ,... 
April 


30 

6 

13 

20 

27 

6 

13 

20 

27 

3 


Mav . .... 


10 
17 
24 




8 


June 

Julv ] 


15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

3 


August 

September — 


10 
17 
24 

31 
7 
14 
21 
28 
4 
11 
18 
^5 


October 


2 
9 


November 

December 


16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 

11 

2.T 



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40 @ 

40 @ 

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15 ® 

15 @ 

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4 00 @. 

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75 
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75 
60 
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8 50 

3 50 

3 50 

3 .50 

3 50 

3 50 

3 50 

3 .50 

3 50 

3 .50 

3 50 

3 50 

3 50 

3 50 

3 50 

3 50 

3 50 

3 35 

35 

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35 

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25 

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00 
00 
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75 



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3 90 

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3 60 @. 



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75 









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@. 3 
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To 
75 
60 
60 
60 
60 
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50 
50 
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50 @ 
50 @. 
50 @ 
50 @. 
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.50 @ 
3 50 ® 
3 50 @ 
3 50 @ 
3 50 @ 
3 50 @ 
3 50 @. 
3 50 @, 
3 65 @, 
3 65 @ 
3 65 ® 
3 65 @. 
3 65 ® 
3 65 @. 
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3 65 @. 
3 65 @ 
3 65 @ 
3 65 (??). 
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3 m @. 
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3 65 @ 
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3 65 @, 
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3 50 @ 
3 50 @, 
3 50 @ 
3 50 @ 
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3 50 @ 
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2 00 @ 

2 00 @ 

2 00@, 

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2 00 @, 

2 00 @. 

2 00 @ 

2 00 @ 

2 00 @ 

2 00 @, 

1 90 (§>, 

1 90 m 

1 90 @. 

90 @ 

90 @ 



3 25 
3 25 
3 25 
3 25 
3 25 
3 25 



1 90 @ 



90 @ 
90 @, 



1 90 



1 90 @, 
1 90 @ 
1 90 @, 
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1 90 @, 
1 90 @, 
1 90 ® 
1 90 @, 
1 90 @ 
90 @ 



1 90 @ 2 75 



1 90 @ 
1 60 @ 
1 60 @ 
1 60 @ 
1 60 @ 
1 60 @ 
1 60 ® 
1 60 @ 
1 60 ® 
1 60 @ 
1 60 @ 
1 60 @ 
1 75 @ 



75 
75 
75 
75 
75 
50 
50 
50 
50 
75 
75 
75 



3 40 ® 3 60 
3 40 @ 3 60 

3 25 @ 3 .50 
3 25 @ 3 50 
3 25 @ 3 50 
3 25 @ 3 50 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
.50 
50 
50 
.50 
50 
50 



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3 25 @ 

3 25 ® 

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3 25 @ 3 50 

3 25 ® 3 50 

3 30 ® 3 60 

30 ® 3 60 

30 ® 3 60 

30 ® 3 .50 

30 @ 3 .50 

25 @ 3 50 

25 ® 3 50 

25 ® 3 50 

25 ® 3 50 

25 @ 3 50 

10 @ 3 40 

10 @ 3 40 

3 10 @ 3 30 

3 10 ® 3 30 

3 10 ® 3 30 

2 90 ® 3 30 

2 90 @ 3 30 

2 90 @ 3 30 

2 90 @ 3 30 

2 85 @ 3 25 

3 75 ® 3 15 
2 75 ® 3 15 
2 75 @ 3 00 
2 75 ® 3 00 

75 @ 3 00 
75 ®. 3 00 
75 ® 3 00 
75 ® 3 00 
75 @ 3 10 
90 ® 3 10 
2 90 @ 3 10 
2 90 ® 3 25 



XoTE.— Quotations of "Low Grade" are of Flour in 140 lb. jute sacks. 
25c. per 196 lbs. less than if packed in barrels. 



Flour so packed sells for 



^rr1'-^'l*.iil»nn'^-rrrif?---''i 



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I A'TTniitt^iirriki 111 i^ifhTSfiirnriiraai-hi- 



130 



RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS OF FLOUR AND 

WHEAT, 

During the i/ear J<S'S(;. hi/ rnute^. 



Fi.oru. 



Routes Received and Sliipjiod liv. 



Lake 

Canal 

Chicago & North-Westeni Railway 

Illinois Central Railroad 

Chicago, Roek Island & Pacific Railway 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad 

Chicago & Alton Railroad 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad _ 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad 

Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Railway 

Chicago & St. Louis Railroad... 

Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chicago R. R. 

Wisconsin Central Railroad 

Louisville. New Albany & Chicago Railroad 

Michigan Central Ks,ilroad 

Lake Siiore & Michigan Southern Railway 

Pittsljurgli, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway 

Chicago, St. Louis &' Pittsburgh Railway 

Baltimore it Ohio Railroad 

Chicago & (irand Trunk Railway 

New York. Chicago & St. Louis Railroad 

Chicago & Atlantic Railroad 



Totals 



Received, 


Shipped. 


barrels. 


barrels. 


8,379 


1,391,835 


103,437 


317 


l,-..'3(),399 


27,588 


132,759 


38,975 


.5.53,339 


10..5(W 


467,380 


970 


78,805 


31,249 


8,805 


20,(589 


1,327.855 


10.760 


S7,790 


228,995 


416 


1,560 


5,175 


11,770 


20.814 




11,771 


43.194 


.54,9fK) 


257.448 


()1.785 


292,539 


2,950 


371.178 





2.>4,043 




217,380 


:«.275 


129,0.59 


4,731 


175,194 


---- 


2(a,.588 


4.130.1(i5 


3,778,287 



Wheat. 



Received, 

bii.shels. 



29,361 

12,.3.50 

3,685,954 

1,100,800 

1.8.37,65:^ 

3,496,449 

728,708 

3.53,746 

4.015,890 

1,170.383 

878.700 

<«!88.5 

483,8;^6 

10.837 

59,818 

4.450 



58.880 
10,715 



Shipped, 
bushels. 



10.513,186 
761,889 
458,831 
651,622 
190,170 

39,879 
195,739 
190,847 
266,716 
189,142 

14,976 
7,866- 
4,074 

58,715 
537,971 
308,194 
125,382 
243,966 
146,811 
200,579 
260,543 
383,751 



16,771,743 ' 15,750,129 



RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS OF FLOUR AND 

WHEAT, 

Duriwj till' ijejir 18S6, hji nioiif/i.s. 



Months. 



Fi-oiiii. 



Received. , Shipped, 
barrels. | barrels. 



] 

Januarv i 17.5,.540 

February 2tH).818 

March - - - - - I 305,694 

April - - - . - - i 354,315 

May - 849,639 

June - I 876,633 

July i 874.7.59 

August - I 867.935 

September i 383,it43 

October j 492,6*i 

November 1 471,771 

December | 619,495 

Totals \ 4,139,1(S 



166,629 
238,;M2 
261,680 
878,816 
314,708 
272,197 
245,372 
25().633 
313,902 
458,111 
467,571 
510,866 



WUK.4T. 



Received, 
bushels. 



406.(«0 
479.841) 

382,241 
258,458 
681,641 
1.6(5:3,788 
8,309,053 
8,316.050 
3,487,688 
2,678,333 
2,842,255 



3,778,237 ' 16,771,743 



Shipped, 
bushels. 



307,568 

407,a58 

565,952 

2.776,541 

3,404,134 

a35,818 

1,237,488 

2,232,870 

1,299,897 

1,200,014 

827,815 

654,680 

15,750,189 



131 



PRICE OF WHEAT m STORE 

(Lowest aud Highest Cash Price) 
I^or each week during the year 18S6. 



Week Ended 



i No. 2 Xo. 2 

Red Winter. Hard Spring, j 



January 



April 



May 



2 
it 

16 

23 

; 30 

February | 6 

i 13 

--..i 20 

i 27 

March J 

13 

; 20 

I O^ 

J 10 ; 

-I 17 ' 

24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 ; 

5 

12, 
19 
26 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

August [ 7 

I 14 

i 21 

28 

4 
11 
18 
25 



Juue. 



July 



September. 



October. 



November 



December 



January, 1887. 



9 

16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 



No. 1 
Spring. 



85 



82 



72-'4(r>r7i 

ro's -- 

71H€T4i 



787g@81 Ji 

79 @80i4 

76'/i@80 

759ii@77J4 

75%@77 

75^s@78 

77?i@79% 

78'^@80 

77y.@78i/2 

76?'s@77i^ 

74;4@76?4 

74 '©75 
73i4@75 
72y2@74i4 
7094'@72i4 
71?i@74i/4 
73i/2@.75i4 

73f'8@74'/2 
73>/2@74i/2 
78?iC@-74^ 
74i4@75i/8 

75 @,78i/2 
77 ©7914 
76i4@78 
759|@77M 
77'/2@.78y» 



No. 2 
Spring. 



No. 3 

Spring. 



84i/8@84 


71 .... 


; 81i4©825^ 


681 8® 70 


' 78'i@81?^ 


69 @70 


i 76?4®80i4 


67 


: 79ii0;82?i 


69i4@72 


i 7858®82 


71 y^. ---- 


1 79y2©82 


7iy2 .--- 


79;^@82 


70 ®72 


; 80 ©8214 


70 @73 


1 79i'2®83 


70 ® 72 


! 80a^(a:.aSV4 


72 '4®: 74 


1 79'2©83i4 


7154(6.75 


1 75 '4® 79 


69 


75?s@79 





1 72?fe®78;4 


65 ®70 


1 72 !.;(«) 75?i 


67}mm^ 


77i4®79% 


. .- 


77y2@79 


67ii@69y2 


77i.^@78 


67 @69 


74?4@:76 


65 @67 


73 @76 


66 (rt70 


72i8@76V^ 


66 ©6654 


7234@r8 


66?4®67 


72?i@7738 


. 


70T8@73i.8 


57 @'U 


72 ©7294 


63 ®64i.i 


i 73i4@72% 


6:3 ®0:^>2 


i 77is(5;80?4 




77'8@79 




75 ©771.^ 




73i4®75?i 





7394@75 


66 @ti6i4 


; 74,^@76^ 





I 76i8@78'^ 




1 76i-8@78fs 





1 75?'8®'76i4 


71 ©7114 


. 75y2@,76i4 


6638(5,68 


74 ®75!^'s 


66 @68 


73 ©7414 


66 @68?4 


72y4®:73'| 


64Y2@70V, 


71 ®727^ 


m @my<-, 


69'4(gi71 % 


64 @65 


71 (ai73i4 


64 @69 


72'8@74?g 


65 (g;69'4 


72?4@;73?4 


63 ®66 


73 @74f4 


63 ®67 


73 ©7414 


63'4@68i/^ 


73?4®74M 


66K,@,69 


74=8@78 1 


67 @72 


765s@78i4 1 


70 @72 


7<3Y2@78 i 


71 @.... 


75«„@77y4 


70 @71 


771b@78 i 


70 (s71 




. 



No. 4. 
Spring. 



■^ma 



132 



RECEIPTS AXD SHIPMENTS OF CORN AND OATS 

Diiri)i(j the year J8S6, by routes. 



Corn. 



Oats. 



Koute.s Received ami Shipped by. 



Lako 

Canal - 

Chicago & North-M'estern Railway 

Illinois Central Railroad '. 

Chicago, Rock Island it Pacific Railway 

Chicago, Burlington & (inincy Railroad 

Chicago & Alton Railroad 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad _. 

Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Railroad 

Chicago & St. Louis Railroad 

Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis &. Chicago R. R 

Wisconsin Central Railroad 

Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Railroad 

Michigan Central Railroad 

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway 

Pittst)urgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway 

Chicago. St. Louis &" Pittsburgh Railway 

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 

Chicago & (irand Trunk Railway 

New York, Cliicago & St. Louis Railroad 

Chicago & Atlantic Railroad 

Totals _ 











Received, 


Shipped, 


Received, 


Shipped, 


bushels. 


bushels. 


bushels. 


pounds. 


' 


40,956,177 


3,000 


3,219,833 


1,864,850 


122,537 


749,337 


5,000 


10,313,363 


251,987 


7,758,955 


207,426 


5,711,189 


668,881 


4,569,918 


701.618 


4,540,469 


81,330 


5.201,4*5 


255,600 


25.114,610 


232.445 


10,465,092 


9,713 


2,901,167 


3,872 


2.109,575 


3,9&5 


2,127,287 


5,6&3 


1,228,965 


93,825 


3,683,288 


137,818 


5,274,004 


110,253 


5,410,701 


062,702 


2,255.541 


3,922.030 


1,135,750 




306,800 


1.000 


564 


126,269 
12,695 





281,463 


31,148 


79,161 


13,799 


233,779 


400 


3.006,452 


724 


3,437,843 


17,996 


1.930,291 


8,5<)8 


3,776.057 


2,981 


765,658 


6,705 


■ 1,995,562 


3,295 


618.176 


10,977 


1.925.937 




921,052 




1,329.674 


2.536 


2,354.598 


11,171 


2,310,973 




1,398,568 


1,649 , 


l.ft30,343 


62.861,594 


2,040,124 




6,612,444 


56,376,476 ' 


39,976,215 ; 


32.364,208 



RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS OF CORN AND OATS 

During the year ISSd, hy iiKiiiflu^. 



COKN. 



Oats. 



Months. 



Received, Shipped, Received, Shipped, 
bushels. bushels. bushels. bushels. 



Jantiarv - 2,353,717 

Februarv. - , 4,682,863 

March 5,755,398 

April 2,712,984 

Mav 2,777,084 

June -- 7,202,681 

Julv 7,053,606 

August ---. --- 8,627,078 

September 8,541 , 135 

October --.- 5,540,520 

November - - - - 3.635.297 

December 3,979,231 

Totals --.- 62,861,594 



1.675.235 
3,175,371 
2,373,568 
5,129,996 
5,249,805 
5,486,823 
7.382,817 
6,194,496 
7,301,718 
6,982,380 
3,614,1.53 
1,810,114 



1,667,707 
2,943,622 
2,442,091 
2.428,925 
3,740,060 
4,051.870 
2,336,;i03 
6,230,021 
4,726,395 
3,845.099 
2,556,971 
3,007,151 



56,376,476 i 39,976,215 



1.273,tK)l 
2;487,221 
2,110,420 
1,803,-595 
2.699,075 
4,042,185 
1,717,608 
3.820.990 
4,793,064 
3,439,717 
2,044.815 
2,132,517 



32,364,208 



133 



PRICES OF CORTs^ AXD OATS IN STORE 

(Lowest and Highest Cash Price) 
For each week during the year 1886. 



Week Ended 



January _ 2 




February 



Mart'li 
April - 
May : 

June - 
July '. 



16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



August 

September . 



14 1 415 



October . 



November 



December 



January, 1887 



21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 ! 

2 i 

1^1 
23 ! 
30 ' 
6 ; 
13 : 
20 : 
27 ! 

4 ; 
11 

18 : 

25 
1 



36i^@36i4 

36 @m% 

36 m&% 

36 @367^ 
36i4@37 

36 ©3614 
36}i@38 

37 @38i4 
37 @38 
37H@38 
37i/2@38i/^ 
36M@37M 
36?4@365^ 
36i4@36% 
32J8@36i4 
36 ©36,''^ 
36li@37?g 
36J8@37 
35i/8@35% 
36 @36'/2 
34?4@36i8 
35 @56i/2 
34%@359^ 
34'/4@35i4 
33J8@35 

34%@35 

36^4@87i4 

37y2@38?£ 

37i/2@40i4 

39i4@44 

42y2@.43?^ 



42i4@43 

40i4@42 

40 @42 

39%@40i^ 

37?4@3934 

3678@38 

3638@36% 

34i4@36i4 

34 @34^ 
34?i@36 
35J4@365g 
35i4@36% 

35 @36i4 
36%@37 

36 @38 
36?'8@373i 
365^@37 
35?£@,36?-8 
36?8(gi37i4 



No. 3 
Corn. 



34 

331/2 .... 
33 ©331/2 
33 

32i4@33"" 



34 ©341/2 
33i^@34 

34 ©35 

35 ©35/2 
33?i@35M 
as ©34 
38^4©34 

33 ©331/2 
31i4©33V„ 
33i/2@34 
33i/2@34 
32i/2©33i4 
32 ©34 
31i4@34 

30 (5!32?4 
28 ©31/2 

31 ©3214 
28i/4@32 
30M®31 

31 @33« 

32 ©34 

35 ©3514 
35i4©39 

38 ©42 
40i/^©42 
41i/2@42i/2 
41 ©4194 

39 ©4114 
37iA©39 
37i/2©38i4 
36i4@-37i/2 

36 ©3794 

34 78 ©35 94 
33;/2©J5i/8 

32 ©331/^ 

33 ©34 
33i^@35 
33i/2©35 
33i4©34i4 
a3ii@345i 
34' ©35 

34 ©3434 
34i4©35 
34 ©3414 
34 ©3454 
34?8©35 



White Oats. 
Nos. 1 and 2. 



341 



30i4©30ii 
281.4 ---- 
2794 ---- 



Xo. 2 
Oats. 



28 

28 ©5894 

28 ©281-4 
28i.i©2994 
29i.®^l 
28i'2@30 

29i4©30i4 

29i4@;30 

29i4©30 

29 ©2994 
29/2 ---- 
29 ©29/2 
29i4©30 

29 

25:'8©2894 
2894©29i/2 
29 ©29 !4 
30 

28 ©2914 
291 i 

27i4®29'" 
26i4@27 
27i4©28 
27 ©271/2 
2694 ---- 
26i4©27i/ 
29%@31i/2 

29 ©2914 
29i-8@2994 
27i4©28i4 
27H@2794 
27i4@27^ 
2694©27iA 
25^©26i/ 
25i^@255i 
25 ©25 9C 
25i4©249^ 
25 ©255^ 
24i4@25i4 
2;ii4©24i4 
22 78 ©24 3^ 
24i-4©25' 

25 ©26 
25 'i ©2614 
25i4©26 

26 ©2614 
26i4@2694 
2634©27i4 
26i4@27 
26 ©26 li 
2534©26 
26 ©2994 



Xo. 3 
Oats. 



^ 'Mliliir^iai^ ^M■M)^V^rik,h<ii^^Ji!AAii-M■,V}r\■^iiim■ii■«l jr^l^^-i-^/^-, i^-f-n-.^.,^ 



'iJ^^JVSimk(ij^jdli& 



■^rfllifff^HifM^ 



134 



RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS OF RYE AND BARLEY, 

During the year ISSG. hi/ nmics. 



Rye. 



Baiilev. 



Koutos Received and Shippsd by. 



Lake 

Canal - 

Chicago & Xortli-Western Railway _. 

Illinois Central Railroad 

Chicago, Rocli Island & Pacific Railway 

Cliicago. Burlington & Quincy Railroad 

Chicago & Alton Railroad ...". 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 

Cliicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad 

AValtash, St. Louis ct Pacific Railway 

Cliicago & St. Lotiis Railroad 

Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chicago I{ailroad 

Wisconsin t^entral Railroad 

Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Hailrt)ad 

Michigan Central Railroad 

Lake Shore & Micliigan Southern Railway... 

Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway .. 

Chicago. St. Louis &" Pitlsl)urgh Railway .." 

Baltimore tt Oliio Railroad . 

Chicago & (irand Trunk Railway . 

Ts'ew York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad 

Ch.icago & Atlaiuic Railroad 

Totals 



Received, 
bushels. 



14,275 
1G7.17G 

a5,183 
120,(«4 
279,806 

32,288 

18,280 
190,694 

32,(iM 
3,300 



2,143 
4.374 



Shipped, 
bushels. 



114.025 



8.122 

103.312 

13.737 

4.:«8 

"Wimi 

46,343 
17,757 



7,837 



55,879 
2,842 

77,286 
i;?7..590 

95.701 

17.719 
1.720 
5.000 

72,313 



Received, 
bushels. 



3,980 



5.388,401 
721.746 
678.788 

1,112,803 

48,487 

4',6frL436 
26,428 

5(')6 



2.8:^6 
1.561 
3.124 



90,869 



956.247 



817.5.53 12,740,0.53 



Shipped, 
bushels. 



282,946 

24^005 
279,9a3 
134,4;« 

12 144 
256ia31 
353,644 
217,492 
417,.534 

39.710 
403,913 

'418^302 
745,011 
627,748 
829,385 

1,14.5,746 
300,641 
163,711 
211,942 
244,950 

7,326,190 



RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS OF RYE AND BARLEY, 

During flie year 1S8G, hy inonfh-s. 



.lanuary 

February . .. 

March .'. 

April 

May 

Julie 

July 

Angn.st 

September.. 

October 

November .. 
December .. 

Totals 



Months. 



Rye. 



Barley. 



^ 


— - 


. 




Received. 


Sliip{>ed, 


Received, 


Shipped. 


bushels. 


bushels. 


bushel.s. 


bushels. 


59.139 


22,911 


1.106,9.31 


005,017 


()7,6.53 


64,127 


1,186,884 


710,870 


68.627 


77.462 


1,109,-389 


647,791 


38,413 


101.263 


651.303 


401,237 


36,289 


103.732 


a30.847 


162,944 


.5;5.9R5 


54,070 


282,!»20 


88,205 


1*5.225 


a3.699 


74.367 


20.356 


171,4*5 


32,906 


1,0.39,049 


220,367 


123,886 


132.759 


2,143,187 


1.111,064 


ti8,524 


118,7.57 


2.007,940 


1,393,710 


65.969 


47,8R4 


1.363,084 


1,141,903 


67,102 


27,983 


1,445,052 


822,726 


9.55,047 


817,553 


12,740,953 


7,326,190 



-J^ 



135 



FRK E8 OF RYE AND BARLEY IN STORE 

(Lowest aud Highest Cash Price) 
For each month during the year 1886, 



Week Ended 



.Tainiarv 2 

i) 

.. 1() 

23 

30 

Febniarv 6 

13 

20 

27 

March 

13 

20 



April 



Mav 



.lune 



Julv 



3 

. 10 

- 17 
. 21 
. 1 
. S 
. 15 

22 

' 20 

5 

- 12 
. 10 
. 26 

3 
. 10 

- 17 
24 

. 31 

r- 
( 

- 14 

---- - 21 

28 

September I 4 

I 11 

I 18 

J 25 

!l 9 

J 16 

. 23 

. 30 

.: 

J 13 

., 20 
27 



August 



October. 



Kovember 



Deeember 4 

11 

18 

25 
January. 1887... 1 



No. 2 
Kve. 



58i»(«;50 
58 .... 
58 .... 

57 @58 
58i;@59 

58 @58;.o 
58i4@59 

59 .... 
59 

59 

58 Qm 

59 ".... 
59 



(iO'»@61 
61 ©62 
61 0)iS-Z 

00 @m% 

59U(r(),60 

50 (Ttm 
5()14(«j58 
55i2@57 

,55i4@56 
56 @57 
58 (a;()2 
56 (TfoS 
53'^@56 
52 '^(5:531/2 
52''»(S:53i/2 
52!w@53 

51 f/.52 
50 #501/2 

49 @m^A 

49 

49 @50 

48V2@49 

48 V2 .... 

48 Vi .... 

48 @,48y2 
@48V2 
(rt;49 
@53 
@51 
@52 
@53 



48 

48 

50 

50 

51 

52 

53 

53 @54i/i 

54i-.;(tf:55 

53i4@54V2 

53 @53y2 

53 



No. 3 
Rye. 



51 (5:55 



Kg. 2 
Barley. 



62 

(il ©62 

61i.@64% 

(iO ©641/2 

59i.;(a;:62i4 

5S3^:((t60 

57i/i(a:59 

57 @59 

57ii@58 

.55 ©5714 

54i.2@56i4 

53 (556 

49 @53 

.52i4@53i^ 

51 (§521/2 
51i/2@53 
53i4@54 

.52i/,(g53i4 

.531^(5-54 

,52i.i(g!54 

52 (5)521/2 
51 1/2(5:52 



No. 3 
Barley. 



44 



56 
54 
53 
39i/^@40 

4('»""@i3" 



43 



No. 4 
Barlej-. 



No. 5 
Barley. 



S5 



m 


@66 








.. 


m 




•: 44 




36 


.. 


60 


(«).62 


: 43 


@,44 


35 


@M> 


m 




43 





3o 




60 




43 




m 




60 




41 


@.43 


35 




60 




41 


(Tt'^ 


.35 




60 




43 




35 




60 




42 


@M 


a5 




59 


((do 


42 


(S)AS 


;■» 




59 




42 


(548 


m 




59 




43 




.35 




59 




43 





.35 




59 




43 





.35 




59 




43 




35 




59 




43 





.35 




59 




43 




.^5 




.Ti) 




43 




,35 




.55 




43 





.35 




on 




43 




.34 


(sm 


52 


(gS-i 


40 


(5:42 


.32 


(5:.35 


50 


(552 


34 


(5.38 


32 




.50 


(5.52 


i 36 


(^38 


31 


(5.33 



40 @41 


37 


40 


34 (5:37 


40 


37 


40 


37 


40 


37 



:i5 



136 



RECEIPTS AXD SHIPMEXTS OF CATTLE & SHEEP 

Ihiring the near 1S8(>. 
(As reported by the Uuioii Stock Yards Co.) 





Kec?:ipts. 


Cattle. 
3:i5.400 


Sheep. 
190,586 


Shipments 






How Received. 


How Shipped. 


Cattle. 


Sheep. 


Chicago & Northwestern R.W. 


! Chicago & Northwest'n R. W. 


10,142 


2.666 


Illiuois Central R. K 


1.5:2,501 


50,735 


1 Hlinois Central R. R 


12.574 


717 


Chicago, R. I. & Pacific R. R.- 


189,740 


69,588 


Chicago, R. I. & Pacific R. R. 


14.599 


1,987 


Chicago, B. & Quincv R. R 


550.219 


211.7.54 


Chicago, B. & Quincy R. R. - . 


12,029 


370 


Chicago, Alton & St. L. R. R.. 


294.1)91 


74,422 


Chicago, Alton & St. L. R. R. 


20.69:3 


3,570 


Chicago & Eastern HI. R. R... 


30.732 


26,684 


Chicago & Eastern HI. R. R. . 


10,625 


],.550 


Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul R. R. 


191,319 


170,474 


1 Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul R. R. 


6,441 


9.375 


Wabash, St. L. & Paciiic R.W. 


ia5,415 


81,921 


! Wabash, St. L. & Pacific R.W. 


21.377 


5,099 


Chicago & St. Louis R. R _ 


1,368 


172 


Chicago & St. Louis R. R 


185 




Wisconsin Central R. R 


8.480 


43,132 


Wisconsin Central R. R _ 


226 


180 


Louisville, >\ A. & Chi. R. R.. 


14.578 


7,.536 


1 Louisville, N. A. & Chi. R. R. 


3,536 


2,179 


Michigan Central R. R 


4,763 


26,4:^0 


! Michigan Central R. R 


206,907 


30.349 


Lake Shore & Mich. So. R. W. 


5.217 


27,346 


'' Lake Shore & Mich. So. R.W. 


146,819 


66,a35 


Pittsburgh, Ft. W. & C. R. W.. 


2,070 


4,003 


, Pittsburgh, Ft. W. & C. R.W. 


83,377 


88,614 


Chicago, St. L. & Pittsb. R. W. 


5.131 


3,930 


{"Chicago, St. L. & Pittsb. R.W. 


9,169 


3,460 


Baltimore & Ohio R. R 


1.617 


7.7a3 


j Baltimore & Ohio R. R. 


33,859 


14.141 


Chicago & Grand Trunk R. W. 


3,179 


6.a37 


Chicago & Grand Trunk K. W. 


1,030 


3,336 


N. Y., Chicago & St. L. R. R... 


1,693 


2.867 


X.Y.. Chicago & St. L. H. R. . 


68,230 


16,876 


Chicago & Atlantic R. R 


928 


2,254 


Chicago & Atlantic R. K 


42,857 


15,608 


Driven into Yards 


4,853 


33t) . 














Total Shipments 


704.675 


26().912 


Total Receipts 


1,96.3,900 


1,008,790 


City Consumption and Pack'g 


1,259,225 


741,878 




1,96.3,900 


1,008,790 





RECEIPTS AXD SlIIPMEXTS OF ( ATTLE & SHEEP 

Bii nionf/is (hiriufi fhc i/far J88V>. 
(.\s reported l)y the I'nion Stock Yards Co.) 



Receipts. 



Months. 



Cattle. Slieep. 



Januarv 168,234 

Februarv ---- 127,148 

March \ 143,321 

April 143,649 

May.". -- ---I ]38,4a4 

June 1.54,336 

July.. ' 174,147 

August - ' 196,789 

September : 198,215 

October 187,330 

November ' 161,809 

December 170,438 



102,266 
8:5,794 
81,377 
69,754 
5.5,319 
54,155 
75,651 
73,370 
82,132 

119,361 
98,032 

118,579 



Total Receipts l,96;5,9a) 1,008,790 



!?HIPMENTS. 



Months. 



Januarv 61,969 

Februarv .54,069 

March.." .54,873 

April .58,243 

May .50,567 

June 52,607 

July _ 54,-3.33 

August 64,756 

September 7'2,270 

October 57,4.59 

November &4,660 

December j 58,869 

Total Shipments ._ \ 704,675 

City Consumption andPack'gj 1,259J225 

I 1,963,900 



Cattle. Sheep. 



25.128 
21.1.52 
22,9a3 
21, KM) 
10,533 

8,821 
15.424 

9,031 
24,126 
34,017 
29,.S77 
45,240 



266,912 
741.878 



1,008,790 



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137 



RECEIPTS AjN^D SHIPMENTS OF HOGS 

(LIVE AXD DRESSED) 

During the year 1886. 

(Live Hogs are reported by the Union Stock Yards Co.) 



Eeceipts. 


Shipments.- 


How Received. 


Live. 


Dressed. 


i 

How Shipped. 


Live. 


Dressed. 


Chicago & Northwesfn K. W. 


1,432,885 


8,396 


Chicago & Northwesfn R. W. 


4,062 


116 


Hlinois Central R.R 


546,563 


3,803 


Hlinois Central R. R. 


16..583 


28 


Chicago, R. I. & Pacific R. R.. 


1,051,760 


3,893 


Chicago, R. L & Pacific R. R. 






Chicago, B. & Quiucy R. R. _. 


1,762,340 


672 


Chicago, B. & Quincy R. R... 


249 




Chicago, Alton & St. L. R. R.. 


341,349 


68 


Chicago. Alton & St. L. R. R. 






Chicago & Eastern HI. R.R... 


81,404 




j Chicago & Eastern 111. R. R. . 


5.034 


.38 


Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul R. R. 


919,948 


5,886 


Chicago, MIL & St. Paul R. R. 


1,995 




Wabash^ St. L. & Pacific R. W. 


341,899 




Wabash, St. L. & Pacific R.W. 


1.048 


1.58 


Chicago & St. Louis R. R 


20,512 




Chicago & St. Louis R. R 




40 


Wisconsin Central R. R 


10,069 




j Wisconsin Central R. R 







Louisville, N. A. & Chi. R. R.. 


39,995 


1,671 ' 


! Louisville, N. A. & Chi. R. R. 


9,814 


13 


Michigan Central R. R 


58,075 


276 i 


Michigan Central R. R 


527,490 


66.413 


Lake Shore & Mich. So. R. W. 


41,214 


35 


Lake Shore & Mich. So. R.W. 


772.833 


16.297 


Pittsburgh, Ft. W. & C. R. W.. 


9,561 


129 


Pittsburgh, Ft. W. & C. R.W. 


383,494 


7.950 


Chicago, St. L. & Pittsb. R. W. 


13.843 




Chicago, St. L. & Pittsb. R.W. 


7,919 


840 


Baltimore & Ohio R. R... 


10,560 




Baltimore & Ohio R. R 


88.368 


133 


Chicago & Grand Trunk R. W. 


15,834 




Chicago & Grand Trunk R.W. 


81.591 


174 


>r. Y., Chicago & St. L. R. R... 


11,347 


18 


N.Y., Chicago & St. L. R. R. . 


135,005 


6.806 


Chicago & Atlantic R. R 


8,364 




Chicago & Atlantic R. R. 


55.299 


1.111 


Driven into Yards.. 


1,239 






,. 










Total Shipments Live . . . 
Total Shipments Dressed 


2,090,784 




Total Receipts Live 


6,718,761 


i 


100.117 


Total Receipts Dressed. 




24,846 1 






. _ 






6,743,607 


Total Live and Dressed 




2.190 901 


Total Live and Dressed. 


City Consumption and Pack'g 




4,627.977 












6,818.J«8 















RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS OF HOGS 

(LIVE AND DRESSED) 
Bij months during the year 1880. 



Receipts. 



Live. 



Months. 



January I 657,753 

February : 483,294 

March 419,435 

April ___ i 4.30,096 

May i 551,196 

June , I 679,802 

July I 502,279 

August ; 383,758 

September ..[ 468,430 

October _| 464,706 

November I 847,714 

December.. I 830,298 



Total Receipts Live < 6,718,761 

Total Receipts Dressed, i 



Total Live and Dressed | 



232 
215 
210 
212 
222 
220 
222 
224 
230 
238 
246 
246 

229 



6,193 

9,600 

1.984 

225 

189 



364 

447 

5,844 



24,846 



I Ave- Dressed. 



6,743,607 



Shipments. 



-Months. 



January 172,101 

February ; 204,837 



March . 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 
October ... 
November. 
December . 



Total Shipments Live 

Total Shipments Dressed. 



203,609 
166,210 
159.346 
145; 450 
124,851 
102.265 
12L510 
2.33.557 
297:382 
159,666 

2.090.784 



Live. Dressed. 



8.251 

14.119 

6.595 

2.276 

1,4.35 

3.189 

3.994 

6.025 

6.918 

8.866 

13.176 

25.273 



100.117 



Total Live and Dressed 2.190.901 

City Consumption and Pack'g _ . . ! 4,627,977 

6.818.868 



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i::^jcj;^kaC»Ak^tI^»'! 



^■■■■■•1. 



138 



PRICES OF CATTLE, HOGS, AND SHEEP 



(Per l()0 11)s.) 
For each week during the i/ear 1S8C. 



Week Ended 



Catti.k. 



Stoek 

iiiid 

Feeding 

Oaitle. 



Inferior 
to Prime 
Beeves. 



Live Ilor.s. 



Light 

]?ll('OU 

Hogs. 



Packers' 

and 

Shii)i)ers" 

Heavy Hogs. 



Dressed 
Hog.s. 



Sheep, 
Inferior 

to 
Choice. 



April 



Mav 



Jannarv ! 2 

_ ■ 9 

; IC 

__.. 1 30 

Febnuirv (5 

...' .; 13 

I 20 

- i=Jr 

Marcii I 6 

- : 13 

20 

-i 27 

.i 3 

.' 10 

. IT 

.: 24 

• ! J 

I 8 

-- 15 

June I 5 

; 12 

i 1!) 

2G 

3 

10 

17 

24 

31 

7 

14 

21 

28 

4 

11 

18 



July 



August 



Septenil)er 



October I 2 

I 9 

16 

23 

' 30 

6 
13 
20 
27 
4 
11 
IS 



November . 



Dccenihcr 



2 25<??)4 

2 55(54 

2 0()@,4 

2 (o(??;4 

2 umA 

2 50(54 

2 (•)0((V:4 

2 75(5-4 

3 (H)(5:4 

2 70frfl4 

3 15(f?,4 
2 .5(1(5)4 
2 40(7/4 

70(7/4 

70(i7).4 
7()(5-4 
75(5i4 
75(5)4 
75(5:4 
75(5-4 
60(7/4 
00(54 
60@4 
60(5),4 
55(5)4 
55(^.4 
55(7? 4 
2 2.5(54 
2 15(5 3 
2 25(5-3 
2 10(53 
2 10(5 3 
05(5-3 
90(5 3 
80(7/3 
80(7/3 
9.5(7/3 
00(5^.3 
00(53 
2 0t)(53 
2 00(5;3 
90(^3 
80(5-5 
75(53 
75(7/)3 
75(5-3 
00(53 
00(53 
00(53 
00(rf.3 

00^;3 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



10 

;i5 
a5 

30 
30 
20 

a5 

45 
40 
40 
65 
50 
45 
50 
50 
50 
70 
70 
70 
80 
80 
80 
75 
75 
75 
70 
40 
40 
10 
85 
90 
75 
80 
80 
75 
80 
85 
90 

a5 

80 
75 
50 
75 
50 
40 
50 
50 
00 
00 
75 
70 
70 



1 .50@5 75 

2 00(5-5 95 

3 1. 5(5:5 90 
2 00(7/- 6 25 

1 75(7/6 (X) 

2 00(5:5 80 
2 {H)(5:5 75 
1 (K)(5;G .50 

1 .5(l@(i 50 

2 25(5 G 30 

1 85(55 80 

2 1.5(55 60 
1 .50(5 (•) 75 
1 70(??5 90 
1 75(5'G m 

1 60(5 1) ;k 

1 511(5:6 (HI 

1 50(5:6 10 

2 00(5 6 20 
2 311(5 6 15 

i5(5:G 00 

75(5 00 

75(5:6 00 

75(5)6 00 

75(7/. 5 (i.5 

75(5 5 70 

1 60(5 5 m 

1 50(5 5 50 

1 .50(7/5 40 

.50(7/ 5 50 

40(55 20 

40(5>5 25 

2.5(55 15 

4IK5 5 05 

2.5(55 25 

25(7/5 20 

1 40(5:-5 15 

1 20^5 25 

1 25(55 .^5 

1 2.5(5:5 25 

1 50(5)5 40 

1 40@5 25 

1 25(5;5 15 

1 00(?/:5 30 

1 00(55 25 

1 00(55 35 

1 00(5.5 35 

1 (K)(?'/5 40 

1 25(7/5 50 

1 25(5 5 60 

1 2.5(55 60 



2 40(54 

3 40^4 
3 10(77:4 
3 10(5 4 
3 40(54 
3 50(54 
3 00(7/4 
3 00(7/4 
3 70(7/4 
3 70(54 
3 25(54 
3 00(54 
2 75(5)4 
2 50(54 

2 50(54 

3 50(5)4 
3 ()8(5:4 
3 50(54 
3 ()0(5:4 

3 7oa4 

3 70(7/4 
3 0.5(54 
3 90(54 

3 9il(5:4 

4 10(54 
40(54 

()@5 
40(5)5 
.50(7i-i5 
.50(55 
.50(5 4 
4()(7/)5 
l()(?7-4 
5()(5-.5 
40(54 
30(f/4 
25(5-4 
15(7?)4 
10(54 
2.5f5i4 
10(S)4 
00(5:4 
75(5)4 
50(5)4 
3 00(7/:4 
3 7.5(54 
■)0(5:;i 
)0(5:;^ 

ro(5-3 
r5(5;4 
ro(54 



05 

05 

15 

15 

(iO 

50 

40 

45 

20 

75 

25 

50 

40 

50 

35 

25 

20 

30 

15 

30 

25 

22' 2 

40 

30 

50 

80 

00 

05 

00 

00 

95 

00 

90 

00 

90 

80 

75 

75 

05 

50 

50 

25 

05 

(K) 

05 

00 

85 

95 

95 

20 

25 



3 :i5@4 

3 .50(54 

3 0.5(54 

3 50(5-4 

^2 mmA 

3 60@4 
3 80(??4 
3 <.K)(5>4 

'3 15(5)4 
3 80(54 
3 75<??4 
3 9.5(5:4 

i^2 25(5)4 
3 25(5)4 
3 50(5:4 
3 .50(7f),4 

<i .50(7^4 
3 50(54 
3 5.5(5)4 
3 75(5 4 
3 70(54 

v^i 0.5(5 4 
3 85(54 



00(54 

10(54 

20@4 

60(5)5 

00(5)5 

25<5;5 

40(7/)5 

40^)5 

30@5 

.50(5)5 

40(?7)5 

^4 50(7/5 

4 .50rt^/5 

4 25(54 

4 2.5(54 

/4 10(5 4 

4 10(5>4 

4 25(;?4 

4 00(5:4 

3 80(54 

/3 50(5)4 

3 7.5(54 

3 75(5 4 

3 .50(5 4 

■ 3 (•)0(54 

3 75(7/4 

4 (KV54 
4 (KK5)4 



20 

25 

40 

35 

05 

50 

60 

65 

50 

55 

45 

70 

00 

05 

55 

50 

40 

40 

30 

40 

25 

17' 

47'- 

:i5 

a5 

a5 

10 
20 
05 
10 
20 
10 
20 
15 
05 
00 
90 
80 
85 
75 
50 
.50 
25 
15 
25 
25 
10 
20 
25 
40 
55 



@A 40 
(54 50 
0X4 65 
(54 75 
(54 70 
(54 90 
(ftA 85 
m a5 
(7n4 80 
(2)4 80 
@4 a5 



2 ]2'/2(S-iO 00 
2 25 (56 00 
(5)^6 00 
(5:6 00 
(5),6 00 
(R5 25 
f65 50 
(55 80 
(55 87+ 
^;5 90 
(f/)6 25 
(?;)6 50 
(??-6 25 
@.6 50 
(3)6 50 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 

1 50 

2 00 
2 30 
2 50 
2 21'- 
2 2U 
2 00 
2 50 
2 .50 
2 25 



4 12!- 
4 25 
4 25 



.(5)^4 90 
^5 00 
@o 00 



3 12'4(5i6 50 
2 25 (55 75 
2 5(1 f/-5 50 
(S5 55 
(5)5 75 
(5)5 50 
(5)0 12* 
(7/ 6 25 
(7/6 25 
(50 25 
(5)6 00 
(54 65 
(54 40 
(54 50 
(54 40 
(5i4 25 
(5)4 25 
(5:4 40 
(5)4 50 
(54 60 
(5)4 40 
(54 50 
&A 60 
(5:4 75 
&A 50 
(r?>4 25 
<3j4 25 
(54 00 
^4 00 
@4 05 
(f?4 10 
@4 00 
(5)4 00 
@4 25 
@A 50 
@4 75 



2 10 
2 on 

1 -'o 

2 00 
2 25 
2 25 
2 10 
1 50 
1 75 
1 50 
1 50 
1 .50 
1 75 
1 75 
1 .50 
1 50 

1 75 

2 00 
2 00 
2 10 
2 25 
2 25 
2 10 
2 00 
2 00 
2 10 
2 25 
2 00 
2 00 
2 25 
2 25 
2 00 



139 



C ASH PRICES OF BEEF PRODUCT 



For each week dmiiig the i/i'nr ISS'L 



Week Ended 



Extra Jles^s. 



.fiiiniii 



February 



Marcli 



April 



Mav 



June 



July 



August 



September . 



October . 



November 



December, 



■2 


1() 
23 

80 

() 

13 

27 

(i 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

S 
15 
22 
2!» 

5 
12 
19 
2fi 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

1 

14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

ti 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 



8 25 
8 25 
8 25 
8 25 
8 00 
8 00 
8 25 
8 25 
7 75 
7 75 
750 
7 25 
7 25 
7 25 
7 50 
7 50 
7 25 
725 
7 25 
7 50 
750 
725 
6 75 
6 75 
6 75 
6 75 
{') 75 
6 75 

6 75 
700 
700 

7 25 
7 25 
(i 50 
6 50 
6 75 
6 75 
6 75 
6 75 
6 50 
6 50 
650 
6 50 
650 
6 50 
6 50 
6 25 
6 25 
625 
625 
6 25 
6 25 



@ 8 
(®. 8 
0). 8 
@. 8 
(fvi 8 
(?!■. 8 
@ 8 
@. 8 
(n,, 8 
@ 8 
@. 8 
(m 7 
@ 7 
@, 8 
@8 

(ff:^ 7 

@ 7 
(?? 7 
(cf, 7 
@7 
0j- 7 

m 7 

<5 7 
0. 7 
@. 7 
@7 
0, 7 
@- 7 
@ 7 
@ 7 
<m 7 
7 
7 
@ 7 

(f(: 7 

7 

@ 7 

® 7 

©. 7 

(??:;■ 6 

@ 6 

@ 6 

0, 6 

(??> 6 

fe 6 

(r? 6 

@, 6 

@ 6 

^;. 6 

0.. 6 

# 6 



50 

50 

50 

50 

50 

25 

50 

50 

25 

25 

00 

75 

50 

(K) 

00 

75 

50 

50 

75 

75 

75 

50 

50 

50 

50 

00 

00 

00 

00 

25 

25 

50 

50 

50 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

75 

75 

75 

75 

75 

75 

75 

50 

50 

50 

50 

50 



Mess. 



8 00 @ 8 25 
8 00 ® 8 25 
8 00 (??:. 8 25 
8 00 (??; 8 25 
7 75 @.i 8 25 
7 75 fe 8 00 
7 75 @ 8 a- 
7 75 @, 8 
7 50 @, 8 
7 50 @ 7 
7 25 (3),. 7 
7 00 0. 7 
7 00 (nl 7 
7 00 (S) 7 
7 00 (T/, 7 
7 00 (a 7 
7 IX) 0. 7 
7 00 (J? 7 
7 (K) 0. 7 
7 25 (T/ 7 
7 25 7 
7 (K) (Ti 7 
(■) 50 (T/ 7 
6 50 7 
6 50 (re. 7 
6 50 (Tr. 7 
6 50 (7?:. 7 
6 50 @ 6 
6 50 @ 6 
6 75 @ 7 
6 75 (T/ 7 
6 75 #; 7 
6 75 (??' 7 
6 50 ^i 7 
6 50 0%. 7 00 
6 50 @, 7 00 
6 50 @, 
6 50 @ 
6 50 (a. 
6 25 @. 
6 25 (a. 6 50 
6 25 @ 6 50 
6 25 (fi: 6 50 
6 25 (Tf), 6 50 
6 25 (rf.. 6 50 
6 25 @. 6 50 
6 00 @ 6 25 
6 (X) (3 6 25 
6 00 @-6 25 
6 00 @, 6 25 
6 00 0. 6 25 
6 00 01. 6 50 



Beef Hams. 



00 
00 
75 
75 
50 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
50 
50 
50 
25 
25 
00 
.50 
50 
50 
75 
75 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



00 
00 
00 
50 



15 75 0- 
15 50 (?B 

35 50 @, 
15 25 0. 
15 25 01 

15 25 0, 

16 50 0. 
16 25 
16 25 
16 25 0\ 
16 25 
16 25 0, 

16 25 @ 
]() 25 0. 

36 25 0- 

17 50 

18 00 tf.. 
38 00 0- 
38 00 @ 

19 .50 0:. 

20 00 @, 

22 00 @ 

23 50 0. 
23 50 0X 
23 00 ® 
20 50 @, 
20 25 @ 
20 25 ^, 
20 50 0. 
23 00 @, 

22 50 (Tft 

23 .50 ® 
23 50 O 
22 00 
22 (X) 0. 
22 00 @; 
20 .50 @. 
20 (X) @. 
38 75 0. 
38 25 (8 

37 25 @ 
16 75 0\ 

75 (5 
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141 



RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS OF HOG PRODUCT 

OTHER THAN LARD 

During the year 1886, hy routes. 



Routes Received and Shipped by. 



Barkei.ed Pork. 



; Received, '■ Shipped. 
'•■ barrels, i barrels. 



Other Me.\t^. 



Lake -- - 

Canal 

Chicago & North -Western Railway 

Illinois Central Railroad - - 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad 

Chicago & Alton Railroad . _ 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad 

Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Railroad 

Chicago & St. Louis Railroad 

Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chicago R. R.. 

Wisconsin Central Railroad -._ 

Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Railroad 

Michigan Central Railroad __ -.. 

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway 

Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway 

Chicago, St. Louis & Pittsburgh Railway 

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 

Chicago & Grand Trunk Railway -.. 

New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad 

Chicago & Atlantic Railroad __ 



656 

10^6;i3 
260 
315 

6.872 
176 

SS^OSO 
2 



Totals 



182 



l.:«l 



44.«)7 



41,694 

"3^114 

40,082 

1,629 

2.793 

17 

18,167 

710 

7.427 



Received, , Shipped, 
pounds. pounds. 



1.5,052,118 

8,023,017 

11,125.010 

52.966,945 

1,-304.000 



70,236.-530 
5,7-34.710 



19-3.500 

3,896[96.5 

88,470.228 

2.906,540 

5.745,420 

3,134.-347 

24.091^099 

1.84i:825 

20,265.289 



"7^265 




16,6-36,670 
113,610 


10.486 


-54,tXX) 


-36.076.495 


53,960 


100.000 


-34.319,823 


45.900 


178.651 


()n,048.062 


20,963 




116,-303.982 


43,965 




142,7-55.018 


12,544 




24,431.200 


31.940 


22.176 


99.389,842 


20,510 


26.400 


42,-370.919 


7,587 


]64,823,.5.57 


22,034.789 


570.752 


745.025.623 



RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS OF HOG PRODUCT 

OTHER THAN LARD 

During the year 1886, by months. 



Months. 



B.\RRELED Pork. 



Received, Shipped, 
barrels. barrels. 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July _ 

August 

September.- 

October 

November.. 
December .. 

Totals 



2,5-54 
3.299 

877 
1,202 

828 
1.242 
2,010 
2.625 
1.995 
1.621 
3,939 
22,715 

44,907 



31,841 
27.069 
19,049 
23,993 
17,857 
21,119 
20,316 
24,314 
.38,369 
44,607 
49.599 
52,019 



Other Meats. 



Received. 

pounds. 



14,974,820 
15,387.131 
13.078,712 
12,-397.894 
10,115.-507 
13.047,497 
18,833.771 
13,272.242 
8.472,195 
6,185.770 
14,386:140 
24,671.878 



370,752 164,823,-557 



Shipped, 
pounds. 



60,978,-577 
49,894.537 
43.491,6.3() 
-50.064,5-52 
-54.415.708 
70.847,008 
74.674,2-58 
06.421,908 
74.814,405 
57.513,046 
()5.901,639 
75.105.-349 



745,025,623 



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142 



CASH PRICES OF Hoa 



(Lowe!>t aud 
For each week 



'lA'eek Kncled 



Jrtiuiaiy 



Febniaiv 



March 



April 



Mav 



June 



July 



Au^cuf-t 



.■September 



October 



Xoveiiiber. 



December 



9 
1(5 
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80 

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13 
20 

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13 

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8 

10 

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24 

1 

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15 
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20 
3 
10 

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24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

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9 
10 
28 
■^0 

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13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 



Mess Pork, 
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9 

9 

10 

10 
10 

11 

10 
10 
10 
10 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
10 
9 
9 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
10 

n 
11 



15 

50 

20 

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05 

90 

95 

(■)5 

10 

95 

55 

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25 

25 

00 

95 

85 

75 

m 

25 

20 

40 

75 

(iO 

90 

75 

GO 

75 

45 

75 

55 

45 

45 

40 

00 

15 

87'i 

50 

8714 

50 

80 

05 

80 

00 

25 

50 

50 

95 

(15 

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40 



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Steam Rendered, 

per 100 lbs. 



10 (X) 
10 40 

10 75 

11 tX) 
11 02' ^2 
11 37ii 
11 17!i j 
11 05 

10 95 I 
10 35 ! 
10 25 
9 80 

9 a5 

9 45 
9 45 

9 20 i 

9 15 ! 

9 15 i 

9 07'4 1 

8 80 i 
8 85 

8 50 ! 

8 70 ! 

8 95 ' 

8 85 , 

9 55 i 
10 20 

10 15 I 
9 95 , 
9 90 I 

10 12'2 I 

10 10 I 
9 72 '2 1 
9 05 
9 62 "2 

10 25 

10 62'2 

11 40 
9 95 
9 05 

8 87 'i 

9 15 
9 00 
9 00 
9 50 
9 75 

9 02 'i 
9 85 

11 m 

11 80 
11 02 '4 
11 02' 2 



5 85 

6 00 
05 
6 12 '4 
6 07 '4 
6 071 
05 

6 02 ;4 @ 
5 92 U @, 
5 80 @, 
5 95 
5 90 
5 95 
5 87'/2 
5 90 
5 85 
5 87'^, 

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82 "2 
90 
85 
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15 
30 
35 
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15 
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90 
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15 
15 
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6 00 
6 00 

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6 65 
90 

92 '4 

7 20 

7 42'/p 
7 40 
7 50 
7 45 
7 30 
7 25 
(•) 75 
5 5K) 
5 80 
5 75 
5 80 
5 90 
5 95 
5 95 
5 97^2 
20 
22 !i 
25 
25 



Grease, 

(\)ninion to 

Prime, 

per lb. 



3'/2 @-4% 

3'/2 @ 4^8 

3 '/a @, 478 
3;4 (ffi 4'^ 
3'/3 0\ 4% 
2% fe 47s 
27^ 01 4% 
2% (ft. 47i 
2:^8 @. 4% 
278 @ 4-7^ 
27^ @ 4% 
2% @ 4% 
278 @ 4='8 
27a 0\ 4 -'a 
2^8 ("> 414 
2?.t (it. 41.1 
2^4 (ft, 4 

214 <P- 3^8 

2'4 (o> 8?3 

214 <^ 3?^ 

2% @ 3^8 

214 (& 3% 

314 @ 37i 

214 @ 3?i 

214 ^ 'i% 
'2% @. 4 
2-% (ft. 4 
•ZVi &' :iU 
2V. 0. mi 
2'4 (Tft 4% 
2^4 @- 4% 
214 (ft. 4% 
214 (f'i 4M 
214 @ 4M 
214 fi?. 4% 

214 m 4% 

2I4 @ 4% 
2Vt @. 4?C 

2V4 m 4% 

214 @ 4?4 
214 (ft, 4% 
2i4 @ 4'/2 
214 @ 4Vi 
2^4 @ 4i4 
2H ® 41/2 
214 («> 4'/2 
214 @. 4'4 

214 (a 414 

214 (ft, 4 '4 
2J4 @ 4'4 
214 0.. 4 '4 
2'4 @ 41/2 



(;reen Hanjs, 
Loose, 
per lb. 



671 (ft. 

7 ^ 
714 (® 
714 C"- 

r'/2 @. 

7'/2 @, 
7'/2 ® 
7'/2 ® 

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778 



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85^ @: 
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87^ - 
9J4 
9% 

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10'^ @ 

1054 ® 

10 @ 

9'/2 @ 

8?i @, 
894 ® 
878 @ 

8'/2 @, 

77^ @ 
794 ® 
794 @ 
7?^ @ 
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7k 
714 
794 



8 

8 
8 
8 
8 

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8'i 
8U 

8'.; 

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8^8 

8 '8 

8^4 
9 
9 

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9'/8 

9 

8k 
8 

m 

7% 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8^4 

8?'8 

894 

8?:i 



143 



PRODUCT (STANDARD) 



Highest Cash Price) 
during the year 1886. 



Green 


Sweet 


Dr>- Salted 


Short Ribbed 


Short Clear 


Long Clear 


Shoulders, 


Pickled 


Shoulders, 


Middles, 


Middles, 


Middles, 


Loose, 


Hams, 


Loose, 


Loose, 


Loose, 


Loose, 


per lb. 


per lb. 


per 100 lbs. 


per 

4 80 


100 lbs. 
@ 5 '00 


pel 


100 lbs. 


per 


100 lbs. 


3'/2 @ ^% 


77i @ 8 


3 .50 ® 3 60 


4 90 


® 5 10 


4 70 


@. 4 ffi"^ 


ava @ 3?4 


778 m 8 


3 .50 ® 3 C.5 


4 95 


® 5 12'/2 


5 05 


® 5 25 


480 


® 5 021-; 


•i% @ 4 


T78 @ 8?^ 


3 ()0 @ 3 7.5 


5 07;. 


. ® 5 30 


5 20 


® 5 45 


4 97;/ 


2 ® 5 20 


3% @ 4 


8 @ 8!'2 


3 05 ® 3 80 


5 30 ' 


@ 5 60 


5 45 


@, 5 .55 


5 20 


@ 5 30 


3^. @. 4 


8 @- 81/2 


3 70 @ 3 80 


5 25 


@ 5 4754 


5 40 


@ 5 62';, 


5 15 


@ 5 3714 


3?^ @4 


8 @ 814 


3 70 @ 3 85 


5 50 


® 5 70 


5 65 


@ 5 85 


5 40 


@ 5 60 


33| @. 4 


8 @. 8H 


3 70 ® 3 85 


5 45 


@ 5 60 


5 60 


@ 5 75 


5 30 


@ 5 50 


3M @4 


8 @ 814 


3 70 a 3 80 


5 45 


® 4 55 


5 60 


@ 5 65 


5 35 


® 5 45 


3% @l 4 


8 @> 814 


3 70 ® 3 85 


5 35 


® 5 5<J 


5 50 


® 5 65 


5 25 


@ 5 40 


37i @, 4 


8 @ 814 


3 60 ® 3 85 


5 30 


®, 5 40 


5 45 


@ 5 55 


5 20 


® 5 30 


37i @ 4Ki 


8 @ 814 


3 60 ® 3 75 


5 25 


@. 5 40 


5 40 


@ 5 .55 


5 15 


@ 5 30 


4 @. 414 


8 @ 814 


3 ()5 @ 3 75 


5 15 


® 5 25 


5 .30 


@ 5 40 


5 05 


@ 5 15 


4 @ 414 


8 @, 8 14 


3 60 ® 3 75 


5 25 


® 5 35 


5 40 


® 5 .50 


5 15 


®. 5 25 


4 @ 414 


838 @ 814 


3 65 ® 3 75 


5 20 


® 5 40 


5 35 


@ 5 55 


5 10 


® 5 30 


4 @ 4>/2 


%'b & 8?3 


3 65 ® 3 75 


5 30 


® 5 40 


5 45 


® 5 55 


5 20 


@ 5 30 


4% @ 4ii 


8!2 @ 8M 


3 65 ® 3 871 i 


5 15 


® 5 32 14 


5 35 


@ 5 50 


5 05 


@ 5 25 


4?^ @ 41/2 


8^/i ® 8?4 


3 75 ® 3 87'4 


5 20 


® 5 25 


5 35 


® 5 40 


5 10 


@ 5 15 


4?^ @, 4>4 


8'/4 @ 8->^ 


3 75 ® 3 85 


5 1714 


@ 5 271/2 


5 30 


@. 5 40 


5 10 


® 5 1714 


4% (a 4''i 


8',2 p. 834 


3 80 ® 3 85 


5 20 


® 5 30 


5 35 


® 5 45 


5 10 


® 5 20 


4y2. @. 45-s 


Sy. (gi i) 


3 80 @, 3 90 


5 17 


® 5 3714 


5 a5 


@ 5 52'2 


5 071/ 


J ® 5 2714 


4'/2 @ 4?i 


8i'4 @ 9 


3 85 @ 3 90 


5 35 


@ 5 37;/, 


5 ,50 


® 5 52'. 


5 25 


@ 5 271^ 


4?i£ ®A% 


9^i @ y'i 


3 85 @ 4 1214 


5 171/, 


® 5 30 


5 35 


® 5 47i'2 


5 10 


® 5 2214 


4'/2 @ 4?^ 


9^8 @ /JU 


4 10 @ 4 15 


5 42 IS 


- ® 5 45 


5 521/ 


! ® 5 55 


5 3214 ® 5 35 " 


4?^ @ 4?;£ 


914 (% 91,^ 


4 20 @ 4 62 '4 


5 47^2 


® 5 57^ 


5 57 V 


1 ® 5 67'4 


5 3714 @, 5 4714 


4>/2 @ 4?<C 


9^8 @ 91/2 


4 50 @ 4 70 


5 45 


® 5 4714 


5 60 


@ 5 62 '4 


5 35 


@ 5 40 


4=g @. 51^ 


9?4 @ 1014 


4 75 @ 5 05 


5 55 


® 5 85 


5 70 


@ 6 00 


5 45 


@ 5 75 


4?8 @. 5% 


10 @. 10' 3 


5 00 ® 5 35 


5 82;/, 


@, 6 15 


5 95 


®, () 30 


5 70 


® 6 05 


5% @ 55i 


10?« @. lOfi 


5 30 ® 5 45 


6 05 


0>. 6 30 


6 20 


® 6 45 


6 00 


& 6 20 


5% (a)', 6 


101/2 @ 11 


5 40 ® 5 90 


6 15 


@ 6 35 


6 25 


@ 6 80 


6 10 


® 6 25 


5.?a @ 6I4 


10 's @ 11 '4 


5 70 @ 5 90 


6 00 


® 6 35 


6 25 


@ 6 50 


5 95 


@ 6 30 


'aVz @ 6?8 


11% @ 1194 


5 80 @ 5 90 


6 15 


® 6 25 


6 30 


® 6 50 


6 05 


® 6 25 


6 @ 6"8 


11 '/2 @ 11 J4 


5 85 @ 5 90 


6 10 


@. 6 25 


6 30 


® 6 a5 


6 05 


® 6 20 


6 ©eig 


111/4 @ ll?i 


5 50 ® 5 90 


6 1714 


® 6 30 


6 .30 


® 6 40 


6 05 


® 6 20 


514 @ bVe 


11 @ 11% 


5 50 ® 5 60 


6 10 


® 6 2214 


6 35 


® 6 40 


6 15 


@ 6 20 


5% @, Si-ii 


10?4 ©1114 


5 75 ® 5 85 


6 15 


@ 6 20 


6 35 


@ 6 40 


6 15 


® 6 20 


5-?^. @ 5M 


lOfs @ 10«4 


5 50 ® 5 75 


6 25 


® 6 65 


6 35 


® 6 70 


6 15 


@ 6 50 


oJs @ 5?4 


10?i @. 1078 


5 (K) @ 6 00 


6 65 


® 7 00 . 


6 65 


® 7 00 


6 45 


@ 6 80 


514 @ 5M 


101/2 @ 1078 


5 85 @ 6 00 


7 20 


@ 7 50 


7 00 


@ 7 05 


6 80 


® 6 85 


47b @ 5 


97^ @ 10% 


5 75 @, 6 00 


6 70 


® 7 00 


6 85 


® 6 90 


6 65 


® 6 70 


4^8 @ 5 


9M ® 9?^ 


5 65 @ 5 85 


6 60 


® 7 00 : 


6 80 


@ 7 (K) 


6 60 


@ 6 75 


4H @ 41^ 


91/4 ® 9% 


5 45 @ 5 50 


6 00 


® 6 75 


6 20 


@. 6 &5 


6 00 


® 6 65 


41/8 @ 4% 


9ii @ 95-8 


5 15 ® 5 50 


6 60 


® 6 75 


6 40 


@ 6 45 


6 20 


@ 6 25 


414 @ 4;'^ 


91/^ @ 9?'8 


5 15 ® 5 25 


6 65 


® 6 80 


6 40 


@ 6 65 


6 20 


@, 6 45 


4 @ 414 


9ii @. 9?^ 


5 20 ® 5 25 


6 50 


® 6 87io 


6 50 


® 6 .55 


6 25 


@ 6 .30 


4 @ 414 


91.4 @. 95g 


5 00 @ 5 20 


6 00 


@ 6 25 


6 00 


® 6 25 


5 90 


@ 5 ^ 


4 @ 41-8 


91/2 @ 9=^ 


4 85 @ 4 95 


5 30 


@ 5 50 


5 60 


® 5 65 


5 40 


@ 5 45 


4 @ 41/8 


91/2 @ 95^ 


4 a5 @ 4 95 


5 35 


@ 5 60 


5 50 


® 5 55 


5 30 


@ 5 35 


4 ©4;^ 


914 ® 9% 


4 85 ® 4 95 


5 25 


® 5 50 


5 35 


® 5 40 


5 15 


@ 5 20 


41/8 @ 4% 


914 @ 9% 


4 35 @ 4 75 


5 30 


@ 5 65 


5 40 


® 5 60 


5 20 


@. 5 40 


4% @ 4% 


914 @. 9;/2 


4 50 ® 4 55 


5 45 


® 5 70 


5 60 


® 5 75 


5 40 


@ 5 .55 


4% ® 4?'3 


914 ® 91/2 


4 50 ® 4 60 


5 50 


® 5 75 


5 60 


(g 5 90 


5 40 


@ 5 70 


4 ''8 @. 4% 


91:1 ® 9!/2 


4 ,55 ® 4 60 


5 65 


® 5 80 


5 80 


@ 5 95 


5 55 


@ 5 70 



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144 



RECEIPTS AXD SHIPMENTS OF LARD AXD 

DRESSED BEEF 

IJuriufi the ijear 1886. hi/ routes. 





h'outes Keceived and Shipped by. 


Larij. 


Dressed Beef. 




Received, Shipped, 
pounds. pouuds<. 

_-._ 63,327.350 


Received, Shipped, 
pounds. pound.s. 


Lake... 
C'aual . 







Chicago & Xoilh-Western Railway 4,349,375 

Illinois Central Railroad. _ 6,463,610 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad 15,646,147 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincv Railroad 3;i,578.604 

Chicago & Alton Railroad 4,886,860 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad ()88.200 

Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad '• 11,709,520 

Wabash. St. Louis <& Pacific Railway ' 8,735,146 



C;hicago ct St. Louis Railroad. 

Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chicago H. R. 

Wisconsin Central Railroad 

Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Railroad 

Michigan Central Railroad 

I^ake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway 

Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway. 

Chicago, St. Louis & Pittsburgh Railway .." 

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 

Chicago & Grand Trunk Railway 

New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad 

Chicago & Atlantic Railroad _ 



40,000 
1()2,600 

19.3! 680 

624,000 

1,:W«,326 



25,650 
2,400 



1,598,479 

9,442,617 

509,002 

108.420 

512,250 

4,198.528 

2,059,572 

2,437,950 

600 

5.697.525 

i;i2,665 

3,320,827 

20,722,621 

47.847.631 

25.820.039 

46.301,682 

23.441.198 

23,917.858 

10,714;291 

17,928,525 



Totals _ 88.454.118 310.039.630 



769,017 
200.000 
86,505 
271,000 
480,.585 

311^360 



206,105 



0,751,230 
246,940 



125,277 

748.420 
1,250.177 

16!766 
32,000 

445^66 
25,401,487 
60,077,159 
55,470,195 
76,347,201 
21,092,049 
307,474,042 
18,581,517 

450.966 



2.:i.M.572 573.496.012 



RECVEIPTS AXD SHIPMEXTS OF LARD AXD 

DRESSED BEEF 

During f/ie year 1886, hji montlti^. 



Laru. 



Months 



Received. 
l>oun<ls. 



Januarv ().279.402 

Februarv 6,807,<.hJ0 

March 6,5*5,221 

April 3,657,129 

.Mav 4,8.32,344 

June ...-■■ 10,-588,323 

July , 8,173,856 

August 9,750,238 

September 7,9()1.183 

October 2,f)62,750 

November 7.469,427 

December i 13,736,325 

Totals 88,4.54.118 



Shipped, 
j>ounds. 



23.606,149 
16.671,847 
21.20;^,406 
25.268,463 
20,099,-547 
15,874,592 
16.1)22.358 
3;^.070,.551 
28.775,805 
43,796,994 
30,561,642 
35,088,276 



Dressed Beef. 



Received, 
pounds. 



482,170 
2.53,205 
288.676 

88,6.50 

62,450 
110,815 
133,169 

40,680 
1.32,775 
107,080 
532.648 

!)2,254 



Shipped, 
pounds. 



47,732,564 
42,487.002 
43,077,426 
38,131,872 
40,382,810 
50,964,820 
51,545,340 
56,515,022 
54,710,959 
57.857,515 
39,921,494 
50,169,188 



310,039,630 2,324,572 .573.496,012 



145 



BUTTER AND CHEESE 



During the year 1886, hy routes. 



Butter. 



Routes Received and Shipped by. 



Lake - 

Canal 

Chicago & North-Western Railway 

Illinois Central Railroad 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway -.. 

Chicago, Burlington & Quiney Railroad 

Chicago <& Alton Railroad 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad 

Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Railway 

Chicago & St. Louis Railroad -. 

Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chicago R. R. 

Wisconsin Central Railroad 

Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Railroad 

Michigan Central Railroad -.. 

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway 

Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway 

Chicago, St. Louis & Pittsburgh Railway ..". 

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 

Chicago & Grand Trunk Railway 

New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad 

Chicago & Atlantic Railroad 



Received, i Shipped, 
pounds. pounds. 



457,780 ^ 

39,473!575 
12,883,858 \ 
14,109,852 I 
11,668,173 i 
349,825 ; 
930 ! 
26.782,891 
509,011 
38,287 ■■ 
30,907 ' 
288,500 i 
12,642 I 
1,230,530 \ 
144,806 j 
57,864 



41.070 
41,618 



1,942,488 

5,619,910 

970,940 

450,552 

3,203.770 

434;i76 

1,.382;013 

1,445,492 

2,250 

463,515 

77.000 

501,753 

16,388,731 

15,608,507 

34,-380,577 

1,900,888 

361,024 

15,336,160 

2,140,881 



Cheese. 



Received, 
pounds. 



48,100 \ 1,363.303 



20,282,262 

75..375 

52,425 

316,235 

36,780 

480 

13.057,085 

167,350 

""3^580 

1,338,270 

6,784 

377,158 

554,472 

455,293 



103.025 
130,875 



Totals 108,122,119 ^102,658,727 ! 38,320,751 



Shipped, 
pounds. 



10,2.50 

l",4]3^507 
4.234,853 
1.263,2*5 
1,027,809 
5,626,339 
1.004.360 
831,051 
5,338,505 

'4.35^936 

3,665,253 

983,225 

4,193,419 

2.215,105 

152,735 

2.002,165 

34,660 

59,548 

35,355,264 



BUTTER AND CHEESE 



During the year 1886, hy months. 



Months. 



January 

February .. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September.. 

October 

November.. 
December . 

Totals 



Butter. 



Received, 


Shipped, 


pounds. 


pounds. 


3,888,955 


5,720.164 


3.898,763 


4.986.187 


4.146,038 


5,914,591 


4,591,083 1 


7,001,405 


9,442,157 ; 


9,007,566 


16,770,959 i 


15,802.116 


14,895,858 


13,560,132 


11,573,660 i 


9.824,020 


10,266,620 i 


8.697.472 


10,013.858 ! 


9,110,844 


9,582,725 ; 


6.856,737 


9,051,443 1 


6.177.493 



108,122,119 i 102,658,727 



Cheese. 



Received, 
pounds. 



1,82.3,785 
1,923.349 
1,918,351 
1,702,010 
2,106.886 
4,00i;960 
4,215,583 
4,628,805 
4.219,819 
4;807,372 
3,749,811 
3,223,020 



Shipped, 
pounds. 



1,901.460 
2,^5.675 
2,869.895 
2,234:803 
1,517,437 
2,399,851 
3,137,754 
3,257,482 
3,897.219 
4,525,146 
4,348,784 
2,939,758 



38,320,751 , 35,355,264 



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146 



BUTTER, CHEESE, AND EGGS. 



Current Prices for each week during 1886. 



Week Ended 



January 



February 



March 



April. 



May. 



June . 



July - 



August. 



September . 



October . 



November 



December. 



2 

9 
IC 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
2T 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 



Butter. 



Creameries, 
Fine to 
Fancy. 



28 @32 

28 @30 

28 @30 

28 @30 

29 @30 
29 @30 
29 @30 
29 @29>4 

29 @30 
28 @30 
28 @30 
28 @,30 
28 @30 

30 @31 
30 @31 
25 @26 
23 

18 @i9"' 

17 @18 

16 @17 
15 @15'/2 

14 @15 
13'/2@14 

15 @15K2 
15 @15i4 
15 ©151/2 

14 @]5 

15 @16 
]5i4@16 

17 @18 

17 ©18 

16 ©17 

18 ©19 
80 ©22 
20 ©22 
20 ©22 
22 ©23 
22 @!23 

22 ©24 

24 ©26 

25 ©26 

26 ©27 
25 ©26 

23 ©24 

24 ©25 

25 ©26 
25 ©26 
25 ©26 
25 ©26 
24 ©25 

24 ©25 

25 ©26 



Dairies, 

Choice to 

Fine. 



©18 



18 
17 
17 

17 ©18 

18 ©20 
18 ©20 
20 ©25 
22 ©25 
22 ©24 
22 ©24 
22 ©24 
22 ©24 

22 ©24 

23 ©25 
22 ©24 
17 ©18 

16 ©17 
14 ©15 
14 ©15 
14 ©15 

13 ©14 
12 ©121^ 
ll'/2@12 
12 ©13 
12 ©121^ 
11 ©12 
11 ©12 
10 
10 

11 _ 

12 ©15 
12i/^©15 
12i/2@15 

14 ©16 
14 ©16 

14 ©16 

15 ©17 
15 ©17 
15 ©18 

17 ©20 

18 ©22 
18 --' 
18 
18 

18 „ 
20 ©22 
17 ©19 

19 ©21 
19 ©21 
19 ©21 
19 ©21 
19 ©22 



Cheese. 



Finest 

F. C. 

Cheddars. 



91/4© 9% 
9}4@ 91/2 
9^@ 9^ 
9i4© 9^ 
91/2© 9%, 
91/2® 9M 
91/2© 9^ 
934©10 
934@10 
934®10 
934©10 
934@10 
9?i@10 

10 ©1014 
10 ©1014 
10i^©ll 
10y2@ll 

10I/2@11 
10'/2@]1 

10 ©1014 

9?i©10 
9%@ 9 
8 © 81/2 
71/2© 734 
61/4© %% 

6 © 614 

7 © 714 
61/2© 6% 
7 ©714 
7 ©7)4 
7 ©714 
7 © 7'4 

7/2© 1%. 

81/2 .... 
8/2 .... 
81/4® 8M 
83i@ 9 
934©10 
10%©11 

11 ©111/4 
11M@12 

11 ©IIM 
105S£©11 
lli/2@ll?£ 
lli/2@ll?i 
11M@12 
11M@12 

12 ©121/4 
12 ©1214 
12 ©1214 
12 ©1214 
12i4@12i/4 



Eggs. 



Fresh. 



18 ©19 

20 

21 @22 

21 

20 

20 

18 ©19 

24 ©25 
17 ©18 
1214 .... 
1214 -.-. 
13 

12 ©121/4 
10i/4@ll 

10 ©101/4 
11 

15 
10 

9 © 91/2 

91/2 .... 

9 

9 

7 © 8 

101/2@11 

101/2 .... 
101/2 .... 
11 

lli4@12 
12 ©121/^ 

11 ©111/2 

101/2@11 

9i/4©10 
10 
11V4@12 

12 ©1214 
12i/2©13 

13 ©131/2 

14 ©15 

15 ©16 
16i/4®17 
17 

16i/4©17 
17 ©171/2 

17 ©171/2 
17i/4@18 

18 @18'/4 
18 

19 ©22 
21 ©24 

20 ©23 
23 @24 

25 ©26 



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147 



DISTILLED SPIRITS. 

Manufacture of Distilled Spirits in the Collection District of Chicago for a series of years. 



Tears. 


Gallons. 


Tears. 


Gallons. 


Tears. 


Gallons. 


1857 


3,000,000 
3,600,000 
3,180,000 
3,744,000 
5,394,000 
3,702,180 
4,850,022 
3,495.345 
476;592 
2,250,724 


1867 


1,427,416 

2,082,624 

5,547,341 1 

7,082,364 1 

7,776,013 ; 

7,209,347 

7,539,649 

8,076,082 

8,487,506 

6,450,456 


1877 .. 


8,871,906 


1858 


1868 

1869. 

1870.. 

: 1871 

' 1872 

j 1873... . 


i 1878 


10,262,155 


1859 

1860 


1879 

i 1880 


10,952,799 
10,808,212 


1861 

1862.... 

1863 


1881 

1 1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 .. 


10,500,972 
8,170,018 
7,256.268 


1864 


1 1874 


7,248,125 


1865 


! 1875 


6,509,519 


1866 


1 1876.. 


1886.... 


6,356,526 









PROOF SPIRITS (HIGHWIIVES). 

The following table indicates the current prices of Pure Proof Spirits. The sale of Highwlnes is 
almost obsolete. Proof Spirits taking their place in the demand from Rectifiers. At other distilling 
points there is still a slight demand for Highwines, and the price is considered a basis for all kinds 
of distilled spirits and their manufactured product; such markets quote the prices of Highwines, 
while Chicago quotes Proof Spirits, a product of Highwines. 



Week Ended 



January 



February 



March 



April . 



May . 



June 



2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 



Price 
per gallon. 



?1 16 



16 
16 



1 16 



16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 



Week Ended 



July 

August 

September 
October ... 

November. 
December 



3 

10 
17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 
31 



Price 
per gallon. 



$1 10 



10 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
13 
15 
15 
15 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 



i^jfeaJaaMtelj 



' ■-■^••°— ■'-'" 



148 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES during the monili of January, 1886, 

months at Sellers' 



Wheat. 



COKN. 



Date. 



1... 

2... 

4... 

5... 

6... 

7... 

8... 

9... 
11... 
12... 
13... 
14... 
15... 
16... 
18... 
19... 
20... 
21... 
22... 
23... 
26... 
26... 
27... 
28... 
29... 
30... 



No. 3 

Spring, 
Cash, 
per bu. 



84i/8@84M 

82?4@84?4 
82 @82% 

8158@8278 

81Vi@82i^^ 

8iy2@82i4 

81i^@82 

8U^@82i4 

80 @81i/2 

79 ©79% 

79i4@80% 

78T^@79 

79%@,79% 

78 @'!%y8 

77 ®77?^ 

78i4@78?^ 

78i4@787^ 

79?'8@80i/i 

7954 .... 

81 mw% 

80%@8H/2 
81%@82 

80i^@80?^ 
80?8 .... 



Regular, 
No. 2, 

February, 
per bu. 



mVi@my4, 

83i4@84% 

82i4@83 

81J8@83'/S 

81i/2@82% 

815'8@8258 

81?8@82^4 

81%@82% 

8058@81% 

78?a@79J^ 

787^@S0i4 

78J^@S0% 

79it@80 

78i/i@.793^ 

76?^®78'/2 

77M@78% 

78 @79 

79i/2@80'/2 

79i4@80i4 

80 @81% 

80M@82i4 

79%@80y2 
80 @80?i 



Regular, 
No. 2, 
March, 
per bu. 



85i/i@«5'i 

82?8@^y2 

82y2@83% 

82 @823i 

82;/8@83 

81i!ii@,82?.i 

825'8@S3 

80%@82% 

79%@S0% 

79%@80J£ 

79?^@«1 

79'/o@«)% 

78%@7978 

77ii©79 

78i^@79i,^ 

78«^@,79'/2 

7978@«1 

797i@81 

80i/2@82 

81i4(J7)«2?i 
81 ©82 
80i4@«l 
80'/2@8ii8 



Regular, 

No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 



90'4@,915'8 

89 @90% 

88 ©887^ 

87?^@887^ 

87i/8@88i4 

87%@88% 

87i/8@88 

87?8@883| 

86 @S^% 

84='s@85% 

frl?^@86 

84i/2®86J4 
84?4@85^ 

82i/2@«i4 
a3?8@84y2 
&3?4@S4?4 
85 ®86% 
85i^@^6i4 

85?^@87i4 
86i4@87i/^ 
86-?^@88 

a5'/2@«6J4 
85S3@«6i/. 



No. 2, 

Cash, 
per bu. 



36i4@36i/2 
36i/8@36% 
.36 ©36?^ 
36i4@36% 
36i/8@36% 
36%@36J^ 
36'/2 ---. 
36%@56i/2 
36i4@36% 
36y8@36i4 
36i/8@36i4 
361/4 .... 
36 ©36^4 
361/4 .... 
36?8©36% 
36i/2@36M 

36%©37 
365'8@37V4 
36M@3678 
.36i/2©36% 

361/2 .... 
36ii©36V4 
36 ©3614 



No. 2, 

Februarj-, 

per bu. 



'|- 



36i/i@36% 

36i4@36% 

36i4@36% 

36i4@36y2 

36i4©36% 

36i4@36?'s 

361/2 .... 

36i4@365b 

36%@365'8 

36i8®36?8 

36ii@36% 

36i4©36i4 

36i/4@36i4 

36i/4©36i4 

36?8©36i/2 

36i/2@a6J8 

36%©367^ 

3634@37i4 

3634©37?4 

36iy@37 

36i/2@36M 

36;4@36% 

36%@36i/2 

36i8©36% 

36 ©3654 



No. 2, 
March, 
per bu. 



37 ©3718 
36?t ---- 
36?8 ---- 
36?4 ---- 
36!4@36?4 



36% 
36% 
3614 



.36i/2©36% 

3694@3678 

36 78 ©37 

37 

36 78 ©3714 

36 74 ©3718 

36?4@^7 

.36%©36M 

36% — - 

36i4©36% 

36i4@36i/» 



No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 



397^©40i-i 
.39%@40i4 



.39%@397a 
39i4@3974 
39M@40 

39 74 ©40 

3954@40 

39i/2©393£ 

39%@39M 

39i/2@39?£ 

39i/2©3934 

39f4@39^ 

39%@40i/4 

40 ©40% 
40i4@40% 
40i/3®41 
40i4©41i/4 
40i/2©4074 
40i4@40% 
40i4@40i/2 
40i^@40% 
40i4@40ii 
40i4@40i/, 



Mess Pork. 



Labd. 



Date. 



Cash, 
per barrel. 



1... 

2... 

4... 

5... 

6... 

7... 

8... 

9... 
11... 
12... 
13... 
14... 
15... 
16... 
18... 
19... 
20... 
21... 
22... 
23... 
25... 
26... 
27... 
28... 
29... 
30... 



9 97i4@10 
9 95 ©10 
10 00 ©10 
10 17i/4@10 
10 22i/@10 
10 27i/2@10 
10 30 

10 35 ©10 
10 30 ©10 
10 22i/2@10 
10 40 ©10 
10 50 ©10 
10 62i/2©]0 
10 87i4@10 
10 95 ©11 

10 87i/2@ll 

11 00 ©11 
10 95 

10 85 

10 67i/2©10 
10 70 ©10 
10 80 " 

10 80 
10 80 
10 90 



021/2 

05 

05 

37 ;4 

40 

30 



45 

421'i 
25 ' 

4754 

55 

70 

90 

02!4 

05 

05 



©10 
©10 
©11 



80 
80 
85 
85 
85 
00 



February, 
per barrel. 



>[arch. 
per barrel. 



May, 
per barrel. 



10 05 ©10 1214 
10 02i/i©10 0714 
10 02i/2©10 10 • 
10 20 ©10 40 ' 
10 25 ©10 45 , 
10 27'/2©10 3214; 
10 27'/3©10 321/2 
10 35 ©10 471/^ 
10 30 ©10471/2' 
10 17i/2©10 2714 
10 22i/o©10 50 
10 42!4©10 60 
10 55 ©10 7214 
10 85 ©10 ft) 
10 85 ©11 15 
10 82'4©11 05 
10 90 ©11 10 
10 87i/2@ll 00 
10 85 ©10 92'; 
10 67;4@10 871^ 
10 62>4©,10 80 
10 77'/»©10 8714 
10 80 ©10 90 
10 75 ©10 85 
10 87i4@ll 00 



10 20 ©10 
10 12'/2©10 
10 12i4©10 
10 30 ©10 
10 .35 ©10 
10 37i/2@10 
10 37i4©10 
10 45 ©10 
10 40 ©10 
10 30 ©10 
10 32i4©10 
10 52i/^©10 
10 ()5 ©10 
10 95 ©11 
10 92i/2@ll 

10 92i/2©ll 

11 02i/;@,ll 
10 97i/<.©ll 
10 95 ©11 
10 80 ©10 
10 72!/»©10 
10 85 ©10 
10 90 ©10 
10 80 ©10 
10 95 ©11 



22%: 

171/2: 

20 ; 

50 I 

.55 ! 

421/2 

421/2 

571/2 

57% 

371/2 

571/ 

671/2 

80 

05 

25 

15 

20 

10 

02'/ 

971/2 

90 

95 

9714 

90 

05 



10 37i4©10 
10 a5 ©10 
10 32i/4@10 
10 40 ©10 
10 .55 ©10 
10 .55 ©10 
10 57i/2©10 
10 62i/2@10 
10 60 ©10 
10 47i4©10 
10 50 ©10 
10 70 ©10 

10 85 ©11 

11 10 ©11 
11 12i/2©n 

11 12;4©11 

11 22i4©ll 
11 17!4©11 
11 15 ©11 
11 00 ©11 



10 90 

11 05 
11 05 



©11 
©11 
©11 



10 97y2©ll 

11 10 ©11 



45 
40 
40 
70 
75 
65 

80 I 
80 

571/2! 
77 14 1 
90 

02 1/1 
30 ! 
47 '/si 
3» 

45 ; 
32%' 
25 
20 I 

12;; 

20 

17'4 
07/0 
25 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



©6 10 



6 02i/i©6 05 

6 00 

6 00 

6 05 

6 05 

6 05 

6 10 

6 10 ©6 121/4 

6 07'/;©6 121/2 

6 05 

6 07i4©6 1254 

6 10 

6 10 ©6 15 

6 15 ©6 171/4 

6 12'4©6 15 

6 15 

6 17;; .... 

6 15 ©6 17'/4 

6 12'4 

6 10 @4i 1214 
6 10 ©6 1214 
6 10 ©6 1214 
6 10 

6 07;4©6 10 
6 121/2 .... 



February, 
per 100 lbs. 



6 05 ©6 10 
6 02i/;©6 071/i 
6 02/2@6 05 " 
6 07i/2©6 10 
6 07i4©6 10 
6 07i/2©6 10 
6 07i/2@6 10 
6 10 ©6 15 
6 07i/i©6 12^4 
6 05 ©6 071^ 
©6 121/4 
©6 12'/4 
©6 15 
©6 1714 
©6 171/2 
6 12i^©6 15 
6 15 ©6 171^ 
6 15 ©6 171/4 
6 12i4©6 1714 
6 10 ©6 121^ 
6 07i4@6 121/2 
6 10 ©6 121/4 
6 10 ©6 121/4 
6 07i4@6 10 
6 10 ©6 15 



6 05 
6 10 
6 10 
6 15 
6 15 



149 



for the Leading Sjjeculative Articles, Cash, and deliverable in succeeding 
Option as to time. 



Oats. 



No. 2, I No. 2, 
Cash, I February, 
per bu. I per bu. 



28 ©281/8 

28 

28 

28 @28i/8 

28M — - 
28ii@28'/2 
28^4 .... 
2834 — - 
281/2 .... 
28y8@28i/2 
28% .... 
28^@28?^ 
281/2 .... 
28% .... 
281/2 .... 
285!£ .... 
28M@29ii 

29 @29i^ 
2914 .... 
291/2 ....i 
29i/2@295^i 
,29?| __-- 

30 .... 
30i4@33 
35 @36 



No. 2, 
March, 
per bu. 



2854 - — 
281^ .... 
2814 .... 
28H ---- 
2814 — . 
28I4 .... 
28^4 ._.- 
2814 --- 
2814 .... 

28 ©28=4 
28« ...-I 
28i-^@28i4| 
281,4 ...-! 
28i4@28%i 
2814 — - 
281/2 .... 
28M@29 

29 ©2914 
29 

29i/8@29i4 
28Si ---- 
28M@29 
29 

29 
28%@29 



No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 



Rye. 



No. 2, 

Cash, 

per bu. 



31i/2@31%!58 



58V2 

581/2 



No. 2, 
March, 
perbu. 



No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 



Barley. 



No. 2, 
Cash, 
per bu. 



No. 2, 
March, 
per bu. 



No. 2, 

May, 

perbu. 



31i4@31i/2 
31%@31i/2 



58 

571/2 
571/2 
571^ 



31 %@31 1/21571/2 



31i/8@31i4 
31 ^©31 14 
31i4@31% 
31i4©31% 

31i4©31i/4 
31i/2@31?i 
31%@32 
31%@32i4 
31 Jl ©32 14 
32i/8@52% 1571/2 
317g©32i-^!58 
31 7^ ©32 i58 
Z\%@as, |58 
31M@32 58 
3ns@32 158 



58 

571/2 

571/2 

571/2 

571/4 

57 

57 

57 

57 

571/2 



.5814 
^581/ 
58i4 
581/2 
i58% 
!58i/2 
!58i/^ 



-65 

.6414 

.i64 

.i64 

JU 

-m 

-63 
-63 
-:63 
.^63 
.163 
-i63 
.63 
.63 
.62 
.62 
62 
.i62 
. 621/ 

- 6214 

- 6214 
.621/0 
.63 

. 63 
. 63 



...;.. i...- .... 




..-;65 ....1 





...;65 ...-!-... .... 




...65 .... 




...65 




...i65 .... 




...!64 .... 




...64 .... 




...64 ..-.:.... .... 




...64 ....| 




-.i64 ....! 





...64 -...i 




...64 ....; - 




...64 .... 




...:64 ........ .... 


■ 


...i64 .... 




...164 




...!64 




...64 --.. 




...64 .... 




...64 - 




...64 




...'63 




...63 




...i63 .... 




...63 .... 





Lakd. 



March, 
per 100 lbs. 



Mav. 
per 100 lbs. 



Short Rib Sides. 




March, 
per 100 lbs. 



Mav, 
per 100 ibs. 



Live Hogs. 



Per 100 lbs. 



6 15 ©6 1714 


6 30 ©6 321/2 


4971/2 .... 


5 00 ©5 05 


5 07i/4@5 121/4 




3 10@4 05 


6 07i/2©6 121/2 


6 22i/2@6 25 


4 971/2 .... 


4 97i/2@5 00 


5 05 ©5 10 


3 45@4 05 


6 07i/2©6 121/2 


6 22i/2@6 25 


4 971/2 .... 


4 97i/^@5 00 


5 05 ©5 0714 


5 20 


3 40@4 00 


6 12J4©6 1714 


6 25 ©6 30 


5 02i/4@5 10 


5 05 ©5 15 


5 12i4©5 221/2 


. 


3 40@4 10 


6 12i/2©6 171/2 


6 271/4 .... 


5 10 ©5 1214 


5 10 ©5 20 


5 15 ©5 25 


5 32i/2@5 3714 3 50©4 15 


6 12i/2@6 1714 


6 27i/2©6 30 


5 10 ©5 1214 


5 10 ©5 121/2 5 15 ©5 20 


5 32y2@5 35 3 40@4 10 


6 15 


6 27i4@6 30 


5 121/2 .... 


5 1214 .... ■■ 5 20 


5 3214 -.-. i 3 40©4 15 


6 15 ©6 20 


6 30 ©6 35 


5 1714 ---■- 


5 15 ©5 1714 5 20 ©5 25 


5 37i/2@.5 40 : 3 60©4 20 


6 15 ©6 20 


6 25 ©,6 321/4 


5 12i/2@5 15 


5 15 ©5 20 


5 20 ©5 25 


5 35 ©5 40 ; 3 60@4 25 


6 10 ©6 1214 


6 22i/2©6 25 


5 0714 .... 


5 07i4©5 10 


5 15 ©5 1714 


5 30 ©5 32% 3 50©,4 20 


6 10 ©6 171/2 6 22i/2©6 271/2 


5 15 ©.5 171/i 


5 07i/5©5 1714 


5 15 ©5 25 


5 35 ©5 3714 3 35©4 00 


6 15 ©6 171/2 


6 25 ©6 30 


5 17i4©5 20 


5 17i/4©5 20 


5 22i4©5 2714 


5 37i4@5 42% 3 45©4 15 


6 15 ©6 20 


6 27i/2@6 3214 


5 25 ©5 30 


5 22i/2@5 30 


5 27i/2©5 371/ 5 4214©^ 50 3 45©4 15 


6 20 ©6 25 


6 32i/2©6 35 


5 37i4@5 40 


5 37i4©5 40 


5 42i4@5 4714 5 57ii©5 62% 3 50@.4 25 


6 20 ©6 2214 


6 32i/2©6 35 


5 35 ©5 3714 


5 32i4©5 4214 


5 37/2@5 50 \ 5 52i4©5 62% 


3 55©4 20 


6 20 ©6 221/2 


6 32i/2@6 35 


5 32i/^©5 35 


5 30 ©5 35 


5 35 ©5 421/2; 5 50 ©.5 55 


3 40©4 30 


6 20 ©6 25 


6 35 ©6 371/4 


5 35 ©5 371/i 


5 35 ©5 37 ;4 


5 42%@5 471/4 : 5 55 ©5 60 


3 50@4 35 


6 20 ©6 25 


6 35 ©6 371/i 


5 35 


5 35 


5 40 ©5 4214 


5 50 ©5 55 


3 40©4 35 


6 17i/2©6 221/4 


6 30 .... 


5 30 


5 30 @5 321/2 


5 37i/4©5 40 


5 47i/^©5 52% 


3 40©4 37% 


6 15 @6 171/2 


6 27i/4©6 30 


5 25 ©5 2714 


5 25 ©5 2714 


5 3214(5)3 35 


5 42%©5 47% 


3 35©4 35 


6 15 ©6 171/4 


6 27i/2©6 30 


5 271/2 .... 


5 25 ©5 27y„ 


5 30 ©5 35 


5 42%©5 47% 


3 30©4 30 


6 15 ©6 nv2 


6 27i/^@6 30 


5 271/2 .... 


5 2714 .... '5 32i/4@.5 35 5 42i/^@i5 47i/4 


3 40©4 80 


6 15 ©6 1714 


6 25 ©6 30 


5 271/2 .... 


5 27i4@5 30 \ 5 32i/2(fl)i) 35 5 45 ©5 50 


3 40©,4 35 


6 10 ©6 15 


6 20 ©6 25 


5 30 


5 30 .... 5 35 ©.5 371/2 5 45 ©5 50 


3 35@4 30 


■6 15 ©6 171/4 


6 25 ©6 271/2 


5 37i4©5 4714 


5 37i/2@5 47i/» 5 40 ©.5 521/2 5 52i/2@5 62i/ 3 35@.4 30 



tairiif»iiiv'ii; 



Sjiis-i^agfeiifi 



150 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES during tlie month of February, 1886, 

months at Sellers' 



Date. 



1. 
I'. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
15. 
16. 

ir. 

18. 
19. 
20. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 



Wheat. 



No. 2 

Spring, 

Cash, 

per bu. 



80 @80?i 
7958@80i4 

r8'/^@79i4 

78'/2@79?i 

79%@80 

78?^@79i/2 

78?i@79i^ 

79?8@79% 

79V^@80 

79i/2@79^8 

79i4@793i 

783^@79 

784s@79 

79iiff5i79i4 

79y8@.79J4 

79 

80 

81 

79'8(5i80?i 
7958@79?i 



Regular, 
No. 2, 
March, 
per bu. 



, 80S'8@81i4 

, 80i4@80% 

1 78M@«0i.^ 

: 75/2@79% 

78?^@80i/8 

} 79M@805'8 

; 79i4@80i^ 

i 79i.8@79!/2 

79i4@80i4 

797g@80i/2 

79?£@80 

79^@80i4 

79 @79% 

78M@,79ii 

78?i@79'/2 

79%@,79T^ 

79 @79\4 

805^@81V^ 

79%@803i 
79%@79M 



Regular, 

No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 



' 85?i@86»/^ 

. 85i4@86 

83Ja@85y2 

83?^@84a£ 

83J^@85?^ 

! 84%@S5?g 

I &4i4@85'/2 

I M\i@M% 

I 84i4@85i/2 

j 85 @8o%. 

! 849£@85i4 

1 84'^@l85i4 

I 84 @S5i4 

S3?i®84% 

8378(5584?^ 

84;/2@85?8 

84 ®m% 

84i'^@85?^ 

8.5i/i@87"" 
a55-8@^6J£ 

81i4@«4?i 



Regular, 
No. 2, 
June, 
per bu. 



87i4@B8 
86%@87;4 
85%@87 
85i/8@86i4 
85%@87 
86i4@87>/8 
85M@87 
85?4@86i4 
&55i@87 
8658@87i4 
i?4 

85?i@86k 

85?g@86% 
86i4@86^ 
855^8@86 
86%@B7;-^ 

87^8(rf::8H-^i 
87^8(r/K8!4 
8r-!8(?/.><8'2 
8()i4(r/,87'2 

a578@86-:'8 



COKN. 



No. 2, 


No. 2, 


No. 2, 


Cash, 


March, 


May, 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


^%(§mM 


36i4@36'/^ 


40i4©40i/2 


36 @36i4 


36% .... 


40H@40y2 


3o78@36i4 


36 @36% 


39%@40% 


36 @36i^ 


36i4@36i4 


39%©40i/8 


mvsm&ii 


36%@36;/2 


40 ©40^4 


"36% .... 


36/2 — - 


401^ ©40% 


36i4@36% 


36%@36i^ 


40 ©4014 


36i^@36i4 


36% .... 


40 ©401/^ 


36%@367g 


36%@37 


40 ©40% 


3678@37 


37 @37ii 


40%@40% 


mjim'm 


37 @37% 


40>/2@41 


37 ©3714 


37 @37/2 


40?'8@41 


36 J^ ©3714 


37 ©3714 


40y2@4078 


37 ©37% 


37^^@37y2 


40%@41i8 


377^ .... 


38 @38i/8 


41 @41% 


3778@38i/8 


38 ©38'/^ 


41i^@4194 


37i/2@37?4 


37%©37?£ 


41 ©4114 


37^2 .... 


37%@37M 


41 ©41 »^ 


37i/2@379i 


37%©37^ 


40M@4ii^ 


37'/2 .... 


37%©37K2 


40%@40'8 


37y8@37V2 


37i^@37'/2 


40%@4078 


36% .... 


33?£@3678 


40 ©40% 


36M ---- 


36% — - 


40i^©40% 



No. 2, 
June, 
per bu. 



40% .... 

40" "©401,4 
39 '8 ©401^ 

46%@46iA 
40i,i@40i4 
40^8 .... 
4014 .... 

40;/^ 

41 

40% '.'.'.'. 
40?4©41 
41 ©41% 
41i4@41!/2 
40 78 ©41 li 
40 78 ©41 

467^©4i"" 
40y2®40?^ 
4014 

40y8@40i4 
40i4@40i4 



Mess Pork. 



Date. 



1.. 
2.. 
3.. 

4.. 

5.. 

6.. 

8.. 

9.. 
10.. 
11.. 
12.. 
13-. 
15.. 
16.. 
17.. 
18.. 
19-. 
20,. 
22.. 
23.. 
24.. 
25....; 
26....' 
27.-..; 



Cash, 
per barrel, 



11 10 ©11 
11 15 ©11 
11 37!,'o@;l 
11 15 ©11 



11 15 
10 05 
10 95 

10 90 

11 05 



©11 
©11 
©10 



13 
30 
45 
30 
20 
15 
9772 



©11 



11 02'/2@ll 
11 1714 .- 
11 10 ©11 
10 97y2©ll 
10 95 ©10 

10 97 '4 .- 

11 (W'4e;n 
11 02'/»@ll 
11 02U .. 



12>/,j 
07!/2i 

.- I 

i7'/2; 
00 

97"/i 

6.5 , 
05 , 



109214 

10 92i/2@10 95 
10 53 ©10 90 
10 (55 ©10 70 
10 70 



Man^h, 
per barrel. 



11 12i/o@ll 
11 15 ©11 
11 37'/,©ll 
11 13 ©11 



11 10 
11 03 
10 93 
10 91) 
10 95 



©11 
©11 
©11 
©10 
©11 



11 02i.i@ll 
11 05 ©11 
11 10 ©11 
10 97'/»©ll 
10 921/2© 11 

10 95 ©11 

11 00 ©11 
11 02i/2©ll 
11 02i/2@ll 



17 H 

30 

50 

30 

25 

13 

071/2 

971/2 

121/2 

171/i 

171/2 

171/2 

10 

(X) 

00 

03 

03 

05 



10 92i/©10 m 
10 92i/o©10 95 
10 .50 '©10 93 
10 30 ©10 70 
10 00 ©10 72' 



May. 

I)er barrel. 



11 25 ©11 
11 m ©11 
11 50 ©11 
11 32i/2©ll 
11 30 ©11 
11 25 ©11 
11 15 ©11 
11 07i/2©ll 

11 121/2©11 

11 22i/2©ll 
11 25 ©11 
11 27i/2©ll 
11 12'/,@11 
11 ]2ii©ll 
11 ()7i;;©ll 
11 17/2®!! 
11 20 ©111 
11 22i/,©ll 



40 

40 

70 

35 

45 I 

35 

271/2 

17i/» 

35 ": 

40 

40 i 

42 I/O 

.35 

20 

20 

25 

271/, 

23 ■ 



n 10 

11 10 
10 65 
10 (iO 
10 73 



©11 13 
©11 13 
©11 13 
©10 90 
©10 95 



Lard. 



June, 
per barrel. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



March, 
per 100 lbs. 



11 S5 ©11 

11 47i4©ll 
11 62i/2©ll 
11 40 ©11 
11 42i4@ll 
11 .32i/,@ll 
11 22'/,©ll 

11 171/2©11 

11 20 ©11 
11 30 ©.11 
11 32i/©ll 
11 .35 



45 

,55 
70 

421/2 ■ 
50 1 
3714 
271/i 
20 , 
40 i 
421/, 
45 '1 



11 25 

11 20 

11 20 

11 25 



©11 
©11 
©11 
©11 



11 27i/2©ll 
11 27i/2@ll 



321/2 

25 

23 

30 

.3214 i 
30 



6 12i/2@6 15 
6 1214 .... 
6 12i4@6 15 

6 1214 

6 121/2 -... 
6 10 

6 07i/,©6 10 
6 05 ' .... 
6 10 ©6 12! 
6 071/, .... 
6 1214 ---- 
6 10 .... 
6 10 

6 02i/2©6 05 
6 02i4©6 05 
6 071/2 .... 

6 071/ 

6 03 



11 20 ©11 25 1 6 03 

11 17'4©11 20 6 05 

10 70 ©11 20 : 5 93 

10 63 ©10 92!4' 5 92i4@5 93 

10 80 ©10 95 5 95 



6 17i/2©6 20 
6 171/2 .... 
6 17i4©6 20 
6 171/2 -.- 
6 171/2 .... 
6 15 

6 10 ©6 15 
6 07i/,@6 10 
6 10 "©6 1214 
©6 1214 
©6 15 
©0 12'^, 
©6 13 
©6 071 i 
©6 10 
6 07i4@6 10 
6 07i/2©6 10 
i 6 05 ©6 071/^ 

^ 6"62i4©6 05 
6 02i4©6 05 
5 95 ©6 05 
5 92i/2©3 95 
3 92i/»@.5 93 



6 10 
6 10 
6 10 
6 10 
03 
6 05 



151 



for the Leading Speculative Articles, Cash, and deliverable in succeeding 
Option as to time. 



Oats. 



No. 2, 

Cash, 

per bu. 



28%@29 
28?^ — - 



28y2 -— 

28% .— 

28% — - 

28M — - 

■i9% .... 

2m -— 

29M@297^ 

WU .... 

293i .... 

30% .... 

30 

30 



No. 2, I No. 2, 
March, May, 

per bu. 1 per bu. 



28?i .... 
28%@28M 
28%@28^ 
281/2 .... 
28y2@28M 
28%@28M 



28M 

287i@29 

29ys@29yg 

29%@29% 

29% .... 

29%(m9% 

30 @30i4 

30 @30% 

30 

30 



31% .... 

317^@82 

31^i@32 

31%@32 
31% ©32 
31%@82 
313i@31% 
31 7i ©321/8 

32 @32i4 

32i4@32.% 

32'/2@32% 

3254@32?i 

323|@33i4 

38%@33i4 

32^@33 

32%@33 



No. 2, 

June, 

per bu. 



Rye. 



Barley. 



No. 2, 

Cash, 

per bu. 



58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 

:58 

58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 



No. 2, 
March, 
per bu. 



581/2 
1581/2 
I581/2 
i58i/2 
:58i/2 
1581/2 
:58i4 
;58i/2 
:58i/2 
581/2 
581/2 
|58i/2 
581/2 
;58i/2 
581/2 
58'/2 
581/2 
581/2 



No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 



63 

63 

63 

63 

63 

63 

63 

63 

63 

1631/2 

;63i/2 

i63i/2 

631/2 

631/2 

631/2 

631/2 

^631/2 

631/2 



No. 2, 
Cash, 
per bu. 



62 

62 
63 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
i62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 



No. 2, 
March, 
per bu. 



No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 



29?£@30 
291/8 ... 
29 
29 

28% ... 



29%@30 

2914 --. 
291/8 ... 
29 
28% ... 



Z2%@m 

32y2@32% 
32%@32% 
32i4@32% 
32i4@32i/2 



-;58 
.^58 
.;58 
.58 
-:58i4 



5814 

1581/2 
■581/2 
1581/2 
581/2 



631/2 

; 631/2 
631/2 
631/2 
:63 



'62 
62 
'62 
62 



Laud. 



Short Rib Sides. 



May, 

per 100 lbs. 



6 27y2@.6 30 
6 27i/2@6 30 
6 27i/2@6 30 
6 27i/2@6 80 
6 27i/2@6 30 
6 25 @.6 271/2 
6 22i^@6 25 
6 17i4@6 20 
6 20 @6 221/2 
6 20 @,6 25 
6 22i/4@6 25 
6 22i/i@6 25 
6 20 @6 25 
6 15 @6 20 
6 15 @6 171/2 
6 17i/2@6 20 
6 17i/2@6 20 
6 171/2 .... 

e'is '.'.'.'. 

6 12i/2®6 15 
6 02i/2@6 15 
6 02i/2@6 05 
6 02i/2@6 0714 



June, 
per 100 lbs. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



6 35 



6 35 

6 30 @6 321/i 
6 27i/4@6 30 
6 2214 -..- 
6 25 @6 271/2 
6 25 @6 271/2 
6 27%@6 30 
6 27i/2@6 30 
6 25 @6 271/4 
6 20 @6 25 
6 20 @6 2214 
6 22i/4@6 25 
6 22H@6 25 
6 22%@6 25 

6 "26 @6"22i4 
6 17i4@6 20 
6 10 @6 20 
6 07i4@6 10 
6 07i/2@6 121/2 



@5 571/2 
@5 621/2 

@5 '471/2 



5 50 @5 55 

5 57i/2@5 65 
5 70 
5 55 

60 

50 

45 

40 

471/2 .... 

47i/2@5 50 

60 

55 

50 

50 

47i/2@5 50 

5214 --.. 

521/2 .._. 

55 



5 471/i 

5 471/2 .... 
5 37i/2@5 40 
5 371/2 .... 
5 40 



March, 
per 100 lbs. 



@5 



5 55 

5 60 

5 70 

5 55 @5 

5 55 @5 

5 52i/4@5 

5 47i/2@5 

5 40 @5 

5 42i4@5 

5 47i/2@5 

5 50 @.5 

55 @5 

50 @5 

50 

47i/2@5 
50 @5 
52i/2(^ 
52i/2@5 



5 47i/4@5 
5 47i/2@5 
5 37i/2@5 
5 35 @5 
5 37i4@5 



60 I 

671/2: 
75 j 
70 

621/21 
571/2; 
50 

421/2! 
50 i 
55 i 
60 1 
60 ■ 
.55 

50 

5214 
55 

55 j 
i 
50 ! 
50 ' 
471/, 
40 
40 : 



May, 

per 106 lbs. 



@5 
@5 
@5 
@5 
@5 



62i/2@5 
57i/2@5 
50 @5 
52;4@i5 
60 (3)5 
60 @5 
62i4@5 
60 @5 
60 .. 
57i/2@5 
60 @5 
65 @5 
62i/2@5 



7214 

771/2 

8714 

8254 

75 

70 

6214 

55 

65 

671/i 

721/2 

75 

67/2 

60 
621.; 
671.=, 
65 



5 57%@5 60 
5 57i/2@5 60 
5 45 @5 571/ 
5 42U@5 4714 
5 4714(5)5 50 



June, 
per 100 lbs. 



Live Hogs. 



i Per 100 lbs. 



5 72y2@5 
5 80 @5 
5 87;4@5 
5 70 @5 
5 771/2 .. 
5 65 

5 60 @5 
5 55 @5 
5 62i4@5 
5 62i/2@i5 
5 67i/4@5 
5 70 @5 
5 65 ^)5 
5 62i4@5 
5 62i/o@5 
5 62 14(5 5 
5 65 @5 
5 65 @5 



75 

821/2: 
9214 

821/2 1 



621/, 

5714' 

6714 

65 

75 

77 i4 

6714 

65 i 

65 

65 ' 

6714 

6714 



621/2 .... 

60 

50 @5 60 

45 (a5 5214 

50 @5 521/4 



3 40 

3 50 

3 75 

3 70 

3 50 

3 50 

3 60 

3 60 

65 

75 

75 

75 

85 

80 

70 

75 

80 

70 



3 70 
3 75 
3 85 
3 80 
3 80 



@4 40 
m 50 
@4 60 
@4 55 
@4 55 
@4 55 
@4 55 
@4 40 
@4 45 
@.4 55 
@4 50 
04 50 
654 55 
04 55 
(§4 45 
04 50 
04 60 
@4 65 

©ieo 

@4 50 
04 50 
@4 50 
@4 40 



- >:^ifi&^^^^fEi^£*i£b«3^£4aC2£fJ:r:£^sij;'j.i:^i^ 



A£i.-^JiA-Hc.i»:iitLL:^S3i-^~i>,iaJiii^'-^^^:i. .- 



' ^.in.-i'.j-^.-.-.ii.axJ. 



-.^^;.a;^J^-^%£sA^a^-ig3^^,j*Maa£fci 



152 



DAILY CURREXT PRICES (luriny the month of March, 1886, for 

months at Sellers' 



Date. 


Wheat. 


COKN. 


No. 2 

Spring, 

Cash, 

per bu. 


Eegular 
No. 2, 
April, 

per bu. 


1 

Regular, ' Regular 

No. 2, 1 No. 2, 

May, June, 

per bu. per bu. 


No. 2, 

Casli, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 
April, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

June, 

per bu. 


1 

2 

3 

4 

6 

6 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

22 

23 

24 

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26 

27 

29 

80 

81 


79%@80 

79 ©80% 
79%@80% 
79%©79?4 
79i>4©80i4 
80i8©81 

80 @B0% 
80 @^% 
79?4@80 
80%©80y2 
80%©80% 
81% .... 
80%@80?4 
79'8©80% 
79%@80 
79%©79% 

77?4©78?4 
76%©77% 
75?4@76% 
76i4©76% 
76 ©767^ 
76% .... 
76?-8©76?4 
76?i©7678 
76%@76i/2 
769^©76% 
76i4©77% 




80% "W 

86%©«ii 
81%©81% 

8694©8i% 
81i4©81% 
8078 .... 

791,10 79 'a 
7778®7894 
77% .... 

75%©76"" 
76 ©7614 
76 ©76% 
76%©77i4 
76%©76y2 
75%@7678 
76i4©76% 


84%©847^ 

83%@8478 

&l%@85y2 

81%©84% 

84%@85i4 

84 78 ©85% 

84%©86% 

84%©85% 

84i4©8478 

847i©85% 

85%©85% 

85i/2©857^ 

84 7i ©8614 

84i4©8478 

84%©84% 

83%@B4y2 

82%©iH% 

81 ©821^ 

80%©82 

80 ©81 14 

79y2@807^ 

80%©81% 

80%@81% 

81%@82y2 

80%@81% 

80%©81% 

80.^8 ©81 78 


85%@86% 

85y2©86% 

86i4©87i4 

85 7^ ©86% 

86%©867^ 

86y2@^7i4 

86i4©-87% 

86^©8678 

85%©86i4 

86%©^% 

86%©87 

86%©^7i4 

86i4@87% 

85%@86% 

s>%@^% 

85i4@857^ 

83 '4 ©85!^ 

82%©83% 

82 ©83% 

81%@^7i 

81i4@82% 

82%©^ 

82i4©83i4 

83%©84% 

82%©83% 

82 ©^14 

82y2©83% 


36%@3678 
36% .... 
36%©37% 
37 

37%©37% 
37% .... 
37%©37% 
371.4 .... 
37 ©37% 
3714 - — 
3714 — - 
371.4 .... 
36%@36% 
36 

a5%@36 
35y2©35% 
35i4©36 
3514 .... 
34%©35i4 
a5% .... 

a5ii©a5i4 
3514 .... 
a5.?a©a5y2 
35% .... 

35i4©a5% 

a5 

34%©34% 


36 78 ©37 
36 7^ ©57 
37%©87^4 
3714 — . 
37%©37% 
37%©.37% 
37%©37% 
37%©37% 
37i4©37% 
37% .... 
37% .... 
37% .... 
36%@37i4 
35 7^ ©36% 
85%©36 
35%©^% 
a5i4©56 
a5 ©35% 
35 ©3514 
35 ©35% 
35 ©35% 
35i4©35% 
a5%©35% 
a5% .... 

a5i4@a5% 

34%©.35% 
.S4y2©35 


40%©40i4 

39 7^ ©40% 

40 ©40% 
39 78 ©40% 
40%©40% 
40%©40% 
40%©40% 
40%@40% 
39%@40i4 
40%©40% 
40%©40i4 
40%©40i4 
39%©40i4 
39%©39% 
38 7^ ©3914 
38%©39% 
38%©39i4 
38%@38% 
38%@38% 
38%@3 
38y2@39% 
38%@.39 
38y©^S878 
38%@38'b 
38%©38% 
38%©.S8% 
38%©38% 


40%@40ii 

40 ©40% 

40%@40% 

40 ©40% 

40% .... 

40%©40% 

40%@40% 

4014 — - 

40 ©40% 

4014 .... 

40i4©40% 

4014 .... 

39%@40% 

39i4@39% 

38 78 ©39% 

38%©39% 

38%©39i4 

38y2©38% 

38i/2©387^ 

.38%©39% 

38%©39i4 

38 ■'^©39 

38%©3878' 

.38%@39 

38y2@38% 

38%©38% 

38%©38% 



Date. 



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. 
30. 
31. 



Mess Pork. 



Lard. 




10 32y2@10 65 
10 22i/2©10 35 
10 15 ©10 35 
10 10 ©10 27 
10 20 ©10 30 

10 35 

10 20 ©10 25 

10 20 

10 05 ©10 10 

10 10 

10 02%©10 05 
9 95 

9 02%@'9'76'"l 
9 05 © 9 75 j 

9 60 1 

9 65 © 9 75 

9.55 ! 

9 60 1 

9 65 © 9 70 ! 
9 721/2© 9 82% I 
9 671:;© 9 72%: 
9 72%© 9 75 i 

9 70 1 

9 62% 

30 © 9 45 : 
9 25 © 9 30 ; 
9 25 




.\pri]. 
l)er bbl. 



10 27%@10 72%' 10 50 ©10 
10 37%@10 42%! 10 35 ©10 
10 22%@10 27%: 10 25 ©10 
10 20 ©10 22% 10 17%©10 
10 25 ©10 a5 ' 10 30 ©10 

10 40 i 10 42%©10 

10 25 ©10 30 10 30 ©10 

10 25 10 25 ©10 

10 10 ©10 15 10 15 ©10 

10 15 ' 10 17%@.10 

10 07%©10 10 10 10 ©10 

10 00 ' 10 05 ©10 

9 65 © 9 70 9 70 ©10 
9 67%(ai 9 77% 9 67%© 9 
9 60 © 9 62% 9 65 © 9 
9 67%® 9 77% 9 62%© 9 

9 57% -. 9 62%© 9 

9 65 9 60 © 9 

9 67%© 9 75 9 75 © 9 
9 72%© 9 82% 9 80 © 9 
9 &7V.0., 9 72% 9 75 © 9 
9 72%© 9 75 i 9 75 © 9 

9 70 9 75 © 9 

9 62% 9 70 © 9 

9 30 "© 9 45 I 9 37%@ 9 
9 20 © 9 .SO ' 9 25 © 9 
9 25 9 30 @ 9 



85 ' 

00 

57% 

35 

45 

50 

52%: 

35 i 

30 ! 

22% I 

17%! 

20 

05 

87% 

82% 

90 

95 

72% 

90 

92%: 

87% 

87% i 

80 I 

80 

62% 

45 

40 



June. 
]>er bbl. 



10 57%©10 a5 
10 40 ©10 65 
10 30 ©10 60 
10 25 ©10 40 
10 37;/o©10 50 
10 50 ©10 55 
10 37y2@10 60 
10 32%©10 42% 
10 22%©10 a5 
10 25 ©10 30 

10 i7y2©io 25 : 

10 12%©10 27>/2 
9 77y2@10 15 
9 77%© 9 97% 
9 72%© 9 87% 
9 72 U© 9 95 
9 72y2©10 00 
9 70 © 9 80 
9 82%© 9 97% 
9 85 © 9 97%' 
9 80 © 9 95 : 
9 82%© 9 92% 
9 82%© 9 87% 
9 75 © 9 85 
9 45 @ 9 70 : 
9 30 © 9 50 I 
9 35 © 9 47% 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



April, 
per 100 lbs. 



5 &5 ©5 90 

5 85 ©5 87% 
5 87%@5 90 

5 90 

5 95 

6 00 ©e'os"": 
6 02y2©6 05 ! 
6 00 ©6 02% 
5 '" 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 95 ©5 97% 

5 95 ! 

5 95 ©5 97%! 

5 97%"'. i 

6 00 ©6 02% 

6 00 ! 

6 00 

6 00 

5 95 

5 90 ©5"92%' 

5 90 ' 

5 87% 



95 
00 

97% 
95 

mv. 

97% 
97% 



5 92%@5 95 

5 92% 

5 92% 

5 92%©5 97% 

5 97y2©6 00 

6 05 

6 02%©6 05 

6 02% 

5 95 @!5 97% 

6 00 

5 97%©6 00 

5 95 

5 90 ©5"95"" 

6 95 ©5 97% 

5 97% 

5 95 ©5 97% 
5 95 ©5 97% 
5 95 ©5 97% 

5 97% 

6 00 ©6 02% 

6 00 

6 00 

6 00 

5 95 ©6 00 

5 90 ©5 95 
5 90 ©5 92% 
5 85 ©5 90 



.^^^aiabili^ 



153 



the Leading Speculative Articles, Cash, and deliveraUe in succeeding 
Option as to time. 



Oats. 



Rye. 



!No. 2, So. 2, 

Cash, April, 

per bu. ' per bu. 



No. 2, 

May. 

per bu. 



No. 2, 
June, 
per bu. 



No. 2, 

Cash, 

per bu. 



No. 2, i No. 2, 
April, May, 
per bu. j per bu. 



28M@29 

29 

29 
29 
29 

29 

29 ..._ 

29 

29 

29 

28?8@20" 

28% .... 

28i/2@,28?4 
2814 .... 
28 ..-_ 
28 

27i4@27i/2 
26% .... 



261/2 

26 

27 

27 

27 

27 

27 

27 

27 



@27 

@27 



29 ©29^4 S2\4,@:i2y2 

...:32i8@32% 

32%@»2y2^ 
32i4@32?^: 
32?i@32i/2 

a2V2@S2% 

32i/2@32^i 

32i4@82^i: 

.... .... 32i/8@32ii 

.... 32i4@32% 

29 -..!32i^@32i4i 
29 — .1 32i/i@32}i' 
28% .-..i3lj|@32i4: 
- 31i4@313ii 

28I4 .... siy2<a)3iu 

28 .... 31 @31?^ 

27ii@27'/^' 303^03114: 
26^ .-..|30i4@30% 

- \m%@BO%\ 

--. { 30y2@31 I 

27 ....\mu@BWsl 

27 ....iSl @31i^ 
27 _.-. 81 ©3114 
27^^ ....'31 @Zi% 
27 ....I30M@31 , 
27 @27i^i30M@31 I 
27 .... 30%@30%t 



....!58 
.... 58 
.... 58 
.... 58 

58 

58 

32M@3278i58 

58 

.... ...-58 

.... ....57% 

.... ....571/2 

32i4@329i 57i| 
32 .... 571^ 
31 f'8@31% 571/2 
31J4@31i4 57 
31 ©3114 57 
30M@80% 
S0i/2@31 

31M' 

3114 

31% ....561^ 

31 14@31 145614 

31 ©311/8 561/2 

311/^ .... 5614 

302£@3078 56 



57 
57 

57 

561^ 

561/2 



....'59 

. — |58i/2 

-..-|58i/2 

. — J581/2 

....'581/2 

....'581/4 

-— |58Vi 

..-.1581/2 

— -|58i/2 

---158 

.-..158 

----158 

----'58 

-...58 

....58 

— .1571/2 

.... 571/2 

.... 5714 

---57 

--- 57 

----57 

----;56i/ 

----'56/2 
— -i56% 

---!56i/2 

.— 1561/2 
-___!56 



63 
.'63 

,63 
J63 

;63 

:63 

[63 

63 

|62i/2 

;62i/2 

1621/4 

■621/2 

62i/„ 

62" 

62 

62 

62 

62 

61 

61 

61 

61 

61 

61 

61 

61 

61 



Bablet. 



No. 2, I No. 2, ! No. 2, 

Cash, April, ! May, 

per bu. ' per bu. ! per bu. 



-62 
--..|62 
_.-_ 62 
-__. 62 
---- 62 
__-_!61 
- — !61 
----161 
_...i61 
....■61 
....'61 
....161 
....161 
...-i61 
.._-i61 
--- 61 
.---61 
.--- 61 
-_.61 
---61 
--.!61 
— -!61 
....kil 
....'61 
61 
61 
61 




Shobt Rib Sides. 



LrvE Hogs. 



6 97i/^©6 0214 
6 95 ©6 00 
5 97i4©6 00 

5 97i/2@6 02/2 

6 02i/2@6 05 

6 05 @6 121/4 
6 07i/4©6 121/4 
6 05 ©6 10 
6 02i/^©6 05 
6 02i/2©6 05 
6 00 ©6 05 
6 00 ©6 05 
5 95 ©6 021/2 
5 97i/4@6 021/2 

5 97i4©6 02/2 

6 00 ©6 021/4 
5 97i/2©6 021/4 

5 97i4@6 00 

6 00 ©6 021/4 
6 02i/2@6 05 

6 05 ©6 07% 
6 05 @6 071/2 
6 05 
6 00 
5 95 



m 05 I 

©6 00 i 
5 92i/2@.5 971/4 
5 90 ©5 95 



6 05 ©6 10 
6 02i/2@6 0714 
6 (>2i4©6 071/2 
6 05 ©6 07% 
6 07i/2@6 1214 
6 12i/2@6 171/2 
6 12i/2©6 17/2 
6 10 ©6 15 
6 10 ©6 12% 
6 07%©6 10 
6 07i/2@6 10 
6 05 ©6 10 
6 00 ©6 07% 
6 02i/2©6 071/2 
6 02%@6 05 
6 02%@.6 07% 
6 02%@6 071/2 
6 02i/2®6 05 
6 05 ©6 07% 
6 07%@6 12% 
6 10 ©6 121/2 
6 10 ©6 12% 

6 10 

6 07%@6 10 
6 00 ©6 05 
5 97%©6 02% 
5 95 ©6 00 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



5 30 ©5 37% 
5 30 ©5 35 

5 30 

5 30 

5 32i4©5 37%: 
5 40 

5 37%@5"45'"i 
5 35 ©5 37%: 

5 30 ' 

5 32% i 

5 30 ; 

5 27% ' 

5 12%©5 15 j 
5 20 ©5 22%i 

5 17% - 

5 22%©5 25 i 
5 20 ©5 22% 

5 22% ! 

5 27% 

5 82i/4©5 35 

5 30 

5 32% _ 

5 32% 

5 30 

5 15 ©5 20 : 

5 20 

5 20 



April, i Mav, ' Juue, 
per 100 lbs. per 100 lbs. : per 100 lbs. 



5 35 5 40 @5 47% 

5 37% 5 37i/4@o 42% 

5 32% 5 35 ©5 45 

5 32% '•■ 5 32%©5 40 

5 37%@5 40 I 5 37i/2@5 45 

5 40 5 42%®5 45 

5 37%@5 40 I 5 42i/4©5 50 
5 37%©5 40 I 5 40 ©5 45 
5 30 ©5 32%' 5 35 @5 40 

5 32% : 5 35 ©5 37% 

5 30 i 5 a5 ©5 37% 

5 30 -i 5-32%@5 37% 

5 12%©5 22%; 5 17%@5 30 
5 20 ©5 22%' 5 17i/4©5 27% 

5 17% : 5 20 @5 25 

5 22%©5 25 i 5 22%@5 30 
5 20 @5 22% 5 22i/4@5 32% 

5 22% 5 25 ©5 27% 

5 27% 5 30 ©5 35 

5 32%@5 35 5 35 ©5 40 

5 30 5 32%@5 40 

5 32% 5 35 @5 40 

5 32% I 5 35 ©5 37% 

5 30 ■ 5 35 ©5 37% 

5 15 ©5 20 5 20 ©5 30 

5 20 5 17%@.5 25 

5 20 5 22%@5 271/2 



5 42%@5 50 
5 40 ©5 47% 
5 37%@5 47% 
5 37%©5 42y2 
5 42%@5 50 
5 47i/2@:5 50 
5 47i/4@5 52% 
5 45 ©15 47% 
5 37%@5 42% 

5 40 

5 40 

5 37%©.'> 42vi 
5 22%@5 35 " 
5 22%@5 32% 
5 22%@.5 25 
5 25 ©5 a3% 
5 27%@5 35 
5 27%@5 30 
.5 32%@5 37% 
5 37i/2@5 45 
35 @5 42% 
37%@5 45 
37%©.5 40 
37%©5 42% 
25 ©5 32% 
22i/2©5 30 
27i/2@5 30 



Per 100 lbs. 


3 75 


©4 35 


3 80 


©4 40 


3 75 


©4 45 


3 70 


©4 40 


3 70 


©4 50 


3 75 


©4 50 


3 80 


©4 55 


3 80 


@,i 50 


3 80 


©4 50 


3 70 


©4 45 


3 70 


©4 40 


3 70 


©4 55 


3 60 


©4 30 


3 60 


©4 30 


360 


©4a5 


3 60 


©4 35 


3 65 


©4 40 


3 70 


©4 45 


3 80 


©4 50 


3 90 


©4 60 


400 


©4 65 


3 90 


©4 55 


3 80 


©4 40 


3 90 


©4 55 


3 80 


©4 40 


3 85 


©4 50 


3 90 


©4 60 



^Jiik^^i^i^ 



,cJ^^-.^i- .:s:?. ■ ,i^e<£i£i,V_ 



154 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES during the montJi of April, 1886, for 

months at Sellers' 





Wheat. 




Coi 


KN. 




Date. 


No. 2 

Spriug, 

Cash, 

per bu. 


Regular 
No. 2, 
May, 

per bu. 


Regular, 
No. 2, 
June, 
per bu. 


Regular 
No. 2, 
July, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

Cash, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 
June, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

July, 

per bu. 


1 


76 @76% 


80%(g)«l?8 


82'>8@83 


84 (®S4i^ 


U%@M\ 


38i8@;^% 


38?i@38i/2 


39i4@39% 


2 


76ii@765^ 


80?8@S1?8 


8258@83i/2 


M @84?8 


M%@U% 


38i4@38;/2 


38i/2@38?i 


39%(§J395^ 


3 


75%@75% 


80i4(g!807^ 


82 <mi% 


83M@81 


u%@mvi 


38i8@;i8a^ 


38i4@38i/2 


39i4@39% 


5 

6 

7 


74M@75 


79?8@80i/8 


81i4@817i 


83 


331/2(^4 


37%@38ii 


377^ ©3814 


38?4©39ii 


72%@73"' 


76%@78% 


78?^@i6% 


8ii4@82ii 


32i4@327^ 


37i4@.375i 


37i/2©37% 


38i/2©3878 


8 


72'/2@73}i 


77 @.777S 


78%@795'8 


80%@81i/2 


33 ©3314 


3714(^3794 


37?'8@38i4 


38%(g39 


9 


7234(317314 


77%@78i^ 


79i4@80 


m%<m\% 


331/8 .... 


37i/2@3778 


38 ©38% 


39 ©891^ 


10 


7314 .... 


77 Wii^Va 


79 (^80 


81 @81% 


331.4 .... 


3714(^794 


38 ©3814 


39 ©39% 


12 


73?8(5)74i4 


77?^(f>78% 


79?i@80i/2 


81%(®82i4 


34 


zi%@,n% 


38i.8©38% 


39 @mvk 


13 


72J^@,735'J 


'!<&%@riVi 


78i/2@79% 


80i4@81 


33i/2(i33% 


37i4@37?^ 


37%@38i4 


38i^©39i^ 


14 


73 ©7314 


76i/2@77i4 


78a8@.79% 


80 @S1 


3314 .... 


37i4@37i/o 


37i4@3778 


38?^@88% 


15 


73 (0)7314 


76?i@77s^ 


781/2(^791/2 


80i4(g81 


331/2 .... 


37i4(5:37;4 


37%©3754 


38%©38% 


16 


76 %7^% 


769i(§),78i4 


7Si/2(gS0i/8 


80 (^11/2 


36i.8@36?g 


37i4(5j37?4 


37%@38 


38i/2@38:^ 


17 


78% .... 


78H@797^ 


80 @81% 


81%@83 


36'/2 .... 


37f-3@377i 


38 ©3834 


38%©39 


19 


7778(g78i4 


78M(g).80?-g 


&)%@»Z% 


82i^^@84 


36-,'a(ff)3()i4 


m%@a»Vs 


38i^@38i^ 


39 ©39% 


80 


78 (5)79 


78Ji@80i,g 


80i/2@82 


82 @83 


36i/2(«!3ti5^ 


37i/2(a,377S 


377«©38i4 


38%@39i^ 


21 


79?i(5;80i^ 


79%(g81i4 


^\%®:m 


&3 (®84i4 


36M@36'8 


377^@38i4 


38i4@38% 


3824©59 


22 

23 

24 


791/2(^.79% 


80 @80% 


81i4®82?4 


83 @83,?^ 


367^ .... 


37 71 ©38^8 


381^(^381^ 


38i/2@39 


79?^ .... 


79%@,80y2 


8i?4@-82i/2 


82J8"@83i/2 


37 


37?-3@38 


37 '1 ©3814 


38%@i8?4 


26 


78 (5:7814 


78i4(§)-70;4 


80i4(f|81i/2 


82 @8258 


3694@367^ 


37i4@37i/2 


37i4@3778 


38i/8@38% 


27 


77^8(??."8i^ 


iiimrmi 


79?4@i»94 


81%@82% 


36?4(3)5678 


3713(^3714 


37%®;375g 


381-^ ©38% 


28 


775^(??:779i 


77'3(??78i/2 


791/2(5)80?^ 


81J4@82ii 


36i8@36i4 


36'7^(rt)>37i4 


.37i4©37=g 


37 78 ©38% 


29 


77i-2(r''77'8 


77''8(rt).78?4 


7934@,805t 


811/2(^8214 


36i/^@36i4 


3643(??;3B78 


37i4©>37% 


38i^©38i/2 


30 





77^(^78^8 


79?4(^805'3 


81%(g«2i4 


357i@.36i4 


a578@36?4 


36 78 ©3714 


3778©38i4 



Mess Pork. 



Lard. 



Date. 



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-.-- 



Cash, 
per bbl. 



May, 

per bbl. 



9 25 




9 271 


4®9 30 


9 40 




9 27 


4®9 42 = 2 


9 25 


@9'36"" 


9 20 


©9 30 


9 27' 


/2©9 .30 


9 221/2 - 1 


9 10 


©9 15 


9 02' 


4©9 0714 


9 02 14© 9 05 1 


9 00 


©9 0214 


9 17i.4©9 22^4 1 


9 22! 


'2 


9 12; 


2©9 25 


9 10 


©9 12!4 


9 02; 


o©9 05 


9 00 


©9 0214 


8'97i/2 -"]:; 1 


8 95 




8 95 


©9 00 


8 9214 ! 


8 871 


'i©8 90 1 


8 95 





9 25 ©9 .35 

9 32i!.(S9 40 
9 85 (gi9 .55 
9 37i4©9 55 



9 32i<;@9 55 
" 40 
40 
35 
30 
25 

1212 

15 



9 25 
9 .35 
30 
9 15 
9 10 
9 05 
9 02 
9 02 
9 20 



©9 

©9 
©9 
©9 
©9 
(?79 
.^(r^9 
.;©9 
©9 



9 12y„©9 
9 07!4(5).9 
8 95 (5),9 
8 97!4@9 



25 
25 

1714 

12 '/2 

02! '2 



8 95 
8 90 
8 95 
8 90 
8 85 
8 87' 



©9 02 > 2 
(5-8 971.2 
©9 00 
©8 95 
(TtH 92'^ 
4©8 16 



June, 
per bbl. 



9 32!<;©9 42ii 
9 40 ©9 471.; 
9 42i4©.9 62! 2 
9 45 ©9 65 



9 40 
» 30 
9 40 
9 m 
9 25 
9 15 



©9 

©9 
©9 
(rti.9 
©9 



9 ]2ii©9 
9 10 ©9 
9 10 ©9 
9 25 (59 
9 20 ©9 
9 ]7'4(?l'9 
9 07'>©9 
9 07i/2©.9 



62 !4 

45 

45 

42' 2 

37'4 

32 '2 

20 

22',4 

.32". 

35 

35 

25 

22 !4 

121/0 



9 07!4©9 ]2!4 
9 00 ©9 10 
9 07'/2©9 121,4 
9 00 ©9 07'4 
9 00 ©9 0714 
9 00 ©9 10 



July, 
]ier bbl. 



9 40 ©9 47 '4 

9 50 ©9 5714 

9 55 @9 65 

9 .55 ©9 70 



9 .50 
9 40 
9 .50 
9 45 
9 m 
9 25 
9 20 



©9 
©9 
©9 
©9 
©9 
©9 
©9 



9 22i/2©9 
9 20 (g:9 
9 37i/2©9 
9 27!4(Si9 
9 25 ©9 
9 15 ©9 
9 15 ©9 



70 

h2V„ 

52'^ 

50 

37 '4 

37'.; 

27!^ 

.30 " 

40 

42!^ 

45 

30 

:W 

20 



9 ]7i/2®9 22 !i 
9 15 ©9 2214 
9 17'4(5)9 2214 
9 ]2!4©9 1714 
9 10 ©9 17!^ 
9 10 ©9 20 



Cash, 


May, 


\ per 100 lbs. 


per 100 lbs. 


1 5 a5 ©5 9214 


5 90 ©5 971/4 


1 5 92!4 


5 95 ©6 00 


5971/2 


5 95 ©6 00 


5971/2 


5 95 ©5 97!4 


.5"92H ..--- 


5'92i/i©5'97i^ 


5921/2 


5 90 ©5 92!4 


5 92U 


5 92 ''2(5 5 95 


5 90 ©5 921/2 


5 90 ©>5 921/4 


5 87i4©5 90 


5 87!i©5 921/4 


5 85 ©5 8714 


5 85 ©5 90 


5 a5 ©5 871/2 


5 SS ©>5 87!4 


5 &5 ©5 8714 


5 Si ©5 87!4 


5 90 


5 85 ©5 90 


5 90 


5 90 


5 87!4©5 90 


5 87i4©5 92!4 


5 90 


5 90 


5 87i/2©5 90 


5 87!4©5 90 


5 871/2 


5 87!/2@5 90 


5"87i/2©i"96'" 


5"97!i©.5"96"' 


5 87!4©5 90 


5 87!4©5 90 


5 90 


5 87!4(g'5 90 


5 90 


5 90 


5 87!/o©5 90 


5 «-iV2@S> 90 


5 87/245 90 


5 87!4©5 90 



rii lii-ifiiiiMffiii 



155 



the Leading Speculative Articles, Cash, and deliverable in succeeding 
Option as to time. 



Oats. 



No. 2, 

Cash, 
per bu. 



No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 



26?i@26% 
26%@26M 
26i/2@265^ 
25i4@26 



30i/2@305g 
30%@30M 

29M@30i4 



No. 2, 
June, 
per bu. 



No. 2, 

July, 

per bu. 



30Si -...j 
30%@31 I 
302£@307^ 
30 ©SO^ii 





Rye. 






Bablet. 




No. 2, 

Cash, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 
June, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

Cash, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 
May, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 
June, 
per bu. 


56 
56 
56 
56 


61 .... 
61 

6O14 .... 
6O14 ..._ 


.._ 


61 .... 

61 

61 

61 







25i4@25i/2 

25?^ .... 

25i/2@25M 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

28% .... 

28% .... 

28M@287^ 

28% .... 

29?^ .... 

291/2 .... 



29?S@29% 

29i/2@29% 

29%@29?^ 

29%@29% 

29?;C@30 

29?'8@297^ 

295i@29% 

29Js@29?^ 

295'8@29J8 

29%@29% 

29%@30 

29%@30 

2978@30i^ 

30 ©3014 



29J8@30ii 
30 ©3014 
30i4@,30% 
30i6@80?^ 
30i4@30i/4 
30ig@30ii 
3014 — - 
301/8 .... 
3014 .... 
30ii@30% 
30i,4@30i/2 
30i4@30% 
301/4 .... 
30%@30% 



30 ©301^55^ 
301^ ....^56 

30i4@303-8 56 
30 ©30145614 
3014 -...1561/2 
30i4@30a^:57 
3014 ....|57 
301/S ....1571^ 
3014 ....,60 
igO 

36?^@30i/2|60 
301/2 ....60 
30?^ ....60 
30i/4@305^;60i/4 



60 

60 

60 

60 

6O1/2 

6O1/2 

6O14 

6O14 

61 

61 

:61 

61 

61 

61 



62 

621/ 

62" 



61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 



291/2 

29% 

2914 

29 

29 

28?g 



30i^©30i4 
30 ©301^ 
29%©30 
29V4©29i/2 
29ii@29?8 



30i4@305^ 
309^@30i4 
29 7i ©3014 
29%©30 

29%©^9% 



30%©30%61 
30i/2©305^ 611/4 
29%©30i4 61i4 



29 @29i4!29%©29% 



29%©30 
29f^©29% 



611/2 

61 1/2 

61^2 



61 y2 

61 1/2 
6I1/2 
61 1/2 
1 61 14 
61 1/2 



621/2 

621/2 

6214 

63 

63 

63 



61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 



Lard. 


Short Rib Sides. 


Live Hogs. 


June, 
per 100 lbs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 


Mav. 

per 100 lbs. 


June, 
per 100 lbs. 


July, 
per 100 lbs. 


Per 100 lbs. 


5 95 ©6 0214 

6 00 ©6 05 
6 02i/2@6 05 
6 00 ©6 05 

5'97i/2©6"62i4 

59714 

5 97i4@6 00 
5 95 "@5 971/4 
5 92i/4©5 95 
5 90 ©5 95 
5 90 ©5 9214 
5 90 ©5 95 
5 90 ©5 95 
5 95 ©5 971/2 
5 92i4@5 971/2 
5 95 

5 92i/^@5 95 
5 92i/i@5 95 

5"92i/@i'95"' 
5 92i4©5 95 
5 95 ©5 971/4 
5 95 ©5 9714 

5 95 

5 95 ©5 97'., 


6 Ori/2@6 10 
G 07i/4©G 10 

G 10 

6 07i/4@6 10 

6"62i/2©6"65'" 

6 021/2 

6 021/2 

6 00 ©6 021/4 
5 97i4@6 00 
5 97i/4©6 oe 

5 9714 

5 97i4©6 00 

5 97i4@6 00 

6 021/2 

6 00 ©6 0214 
6 00 ©6 031/4 

6 00 

5 97i4@6 00 

6'66"'©6"62i/i 
G 00 ©6 0214 
G 00 ©6 021,4 
G 00 ©6 0214 
G 00 ©G 0214 
G 00 @« 02 1 i 


5 15 ©5 20 
5 27i4@5 30 

5 371/4 

5 40 

5 '25" '©5 '36" 
5 30 @5 35 

5 32i/2@5 35 

5321/2 - 

5 39 

5 27i4@5 30 
5 22i4@5 25 
5 15 ©5 171/4 
5 20 ©5 221/2 
5 25 ©5 2714 
5 22i/4@5 25 

5 25 

5 22i/4©5 25 
5221/2 .._-.._ 

5'22i/2@5"2.5" 

52214 

5 25 

5 20 ©5 2214 

5 171/4 

5 17i4©5 20 


5 22i4@3 2714 
5 30 @^5 35 
5 35 ©.5 421,4 
5 40 ©5 4214 

.5 '35 ""@i "42 14 

5 30 ©5 3714 
5 35 ©5 40 
5 35 ©5 371/4 
5 30 ©5 35 
5 27i4©o 321/4 
5 22i4©5 271/2 
5 15 ©5 221/2 
5 15 ©5 221/2 
5 25 @5 271/2 
5 22i4©5 271/4 
5 22i/2©5 25 
5 20 ©5 25 
5221/2 

5"22i/2©5'25'" 

52214 

5 22i/2@5 25 
5 20 @5 25 
5 17i4@5 221/4 
5 15 ©5 20 


5 27'/2@5 321/4 
5 35 ©5 40 
5 40 ©5 45 
5 45 ©5 4714 

5 40 ©5 4714 
5 35 ©5 42^4 
5 40 ©5 45 
5 40 

5 35 ©5 "37 1/2 
5 32*4©5 3714 
5 27i/2@5 3214 
5 22i/4@5 30 
5 22i/2@5 30 
5 30 ©5 3214 
5 27i/4@5 3214 
5 27i/2@5 30 
5 27i4©5 3214 
5 30 

5"30""©5'32i4 

5 30 

5 30 ©5 321/4 
5 27i/4©i5 .30 
5 25 ©5 30 
5 25 ©5 30 


5 35 

5 40 ©5 421/4 
5 47i4@5 50 
5 50 ©5 521/4 

5 '45 "'©5 '47 1/2 
5 40 ©5 47;.4 
5 47i4@5 50 

5 45 

5421/2 _ 

5 40 ©J, 4214 
5 35 ©5 40 
5 27i/4©5 321/2 

5 85 

5 35 ©5 3714 
5 35 ©5 .371/2 

5 a5 ©5 3714 

5 35 ©5 37/2 
5 35 

5 '.35 "'©5 '37 14 
5 35 ©5 3714 
5 37i/4@5 40 
5 35 ©5 371/2 
5 32i4@5 371/2 
5 32i2@5 3714 


3 80 ©4 50 
3 80 ©4 50 
3 80 ©4 60 
3 80 ©4 50 

3 '85 ©4 "55 
3 80 ©4 45 
3 80 ©4 45 
3 80 ©4 60 
3 80 ©4 45 
3 90 ©4 55 
3 80 (((A 50 
3 75 ©4 40 
3 75 ©4 40 
3 70 ©4 35 
3 70 (r?4 35 
3 80 ©4 45 
3 80 ©4 50 
3 65 @4 35 

3"65 ©435 
3 65 ©4 40 
3 65 ©4 40 
3 55 ©4 30 
3 50 ©4 20 
3 45 ©4 15 



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■-'•-^-'^'■^^'■■■^iTtifiiiriria'^iiiifiifrii'iBirlil 



156 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES during the month of May, 1886, 

months at Sellers' 







Whk.\t. 






Corn. 




Date. 


No. 2 


Eegular, 


Regular, 


Regular, 


No. 2, 
Cash, 




No. 2. 
July. 






Spring, 
Cash, 


No. 2, 
June, 


No. 2. 
July. 


No. 2, 

August, 


No. 2, 
June, 


No. 2, 
August, 




per bu. 


per bu. 

801/8 ©^IM 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


1 


78i8@"9i4 


82?s@S3 


82i/2@S3% 


3oi4@36 


3694@3ti4 


37:^8 ©58% 


38?^@39 


3.-.. 


78 fr«78M 


7958@80M 


81'/2@!82;/2 


82 ©,827^ 


34 ?8 ©351/2 


36i.4,©37 


37?-8©'38 


38i4@88% 


4 


78 (ii7V>% 


7994(®>!0% 


81%@*2V8 


82 ©8294 


35 ©,351/2 


36i/2@36,^ 


37i/2@38 


38 ©331/2 


:•) 


77 's® 78^8 


80>8@«)i4 


8194@82 


821/2@S258 


35 ©3514 


36?8@36?4 


375i@37J^ 


3814 ---- 


f) 


76=3(";77% 


78i4,(5/80>8 


80i8©81J8 


811-^ ©82 14 


34M©.35 


a5'i@36?4 


37?4@38i4 


37M@38ii 


1 


76-^8@:'r7 


7Hi.i(r;78'8 


80 (sim% 


81i/^@81?i 


M%@M% 


3558©a6i/8 


36 '^©3714 


37i/2@57% 


s 


7()^i(??'77-'8 


78»8@-79K2 


80}8@«1?8 


81 ©8214 


34i/2©i85 


3oi/2@36i4 


36i/2@37i4 


37i4©37:% 


10-.-- 


75U(«)76 


77J8@r8i/8 


78?4@7978 


79?4@8078 


34i-J@34?^ 


35?8@35M 


36?8@a6% 


37 ©3714 


11---. 


74''8(«'76 


76i/2@77i4 


78i^@79J4 


79i^@S0i/8 


34i'i©3434 


35i4©3578 


36?8@56J8 


37 ©371/2 


12-- 


7598(«i76>i 


76?8@77% 


77M@79i4 


781/4©^ 


34%©55 


35?4©36i^8 


365's@37i8 


37i4©37i/2 


13-- 


74?i@75ii 


7534(??:76i/2 


77i4©,78!^ 


77:;^@78% 


34?8©55% 


35?4©36M 


36^8@37?g 


37'/8@37% 


14.... 


75?.^@75^8 


75''4:f??7()''s 


771,1 (r?78ii 


78 ©79 


a5i/2@3578 


36i/2@37i^ 


37ii©57?4 


37i/2©38i4 


15-..- 


75?^ .... 


76i4(r/77i8 


77-8©.78M 


78?'8@79% 


36 ©sejs 


37 ©375i 


37i/2@38i/8 


38 @38?g 


IT--.- 


7434@74J^ 


755-8(5177 


77i4@78?t 


78 @79!4 





35 7^ ©3714 


36,'8@38 


375^@38ii 


18.... 


74 0~A\i 


74?^ ©75 7^ 


76i/2@,77i4 


77i4@-78 


a5 ©3558 


a5%@365/8 


36 78 ©371/4 


37i4@38 


19.... 


741^ .... 


743^f?775»i 


77i4(^'78i/8 


7794@T8i4 


35i/2@36 


36?8©a67i 


37i^@37i/i 


37i/2@377^ 


20.... 


75 ©75?^ 


75i4(r/'7(;"2 


7ti'8frf78ii 


77M@79 


3514 .... 


36?^@>36?^ 


37 ©57% 


375^@37M 


21... 


75 @,75% 


''^'^^({fi'i^^/i 


77V8@78i^ 


r7?4©79i4 


&5i/2©35% 


36i4@,36?i 


37 @37?g 


37i/2©37M 


22-... 


75'/2@.7558 


75?.g@76i/2 


77i4©78i4 


7724@-785-8 


&558@3594 


361b@36?^ 


36 7^ ©371^ 


37%©37% 


21-... 


75i4@.75'/2 


75^i©763^ 


77a^@78 


78 ©7858 


35ii .... 


35i/2@36i/^ 


36%@367^ 


36%©37% 


25- — 


73%@.74i/2 


74is("V5i4 


75%@,76i/2 


76^8 ©77 ?4 


a5i/2©3558 


3oi/2©36i^ 


36%@57 


37 ©37% 


26-..- 


73i4@74 


73''s(S-74?3 


75?^@76?| 


76i/4(a),77i/2 


a5&8©.35?4 


;KJ8@3614 


36%©37ii 


37%©37% 


27.-.. 


7353@74i4 


73i/2@75 


75i4@,76f^ 


76?^©77J4 





35i/2(g>36 


36%@37 


37i^@37i/4 


28.... 


72i4@72?£ 


72?8@.739^ 


74 ©7514 


75i4@76i4 


a5 ©asi^ 


35i^©A5i/„ 


36ii@36i/2 


36M@37i^ 


29.... i 

1 


731/2 .... 


7278@73J8 


74i/^@75% 


76i/8©76?8 


.35 


35i^@35?8 


36%@36?g 


36%©37i/8 



Mess Pokk. 



Date. 



1-. 
3-. 
4-. 
5.. 

6.. 



8- 
10. 
11. 
12- 
13. 
14- 
15. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21- 
82- 
24. 
25- 
26- 
27- 
28. 
29. 



Cash, 
per barrel. 



June, 
per barrel. 



8 92i/i@9 13 9 07i4@9 
!> 02i/i@9 10 ; 9 07i/2©9 

9 0714 I 9 10 ©9 

9 071/, 9 15 ©9 

9 02;4@9 05 i 9 10 ©9 

8 95 ©9 10 ' 9 02 1/4© 9 

8 75 ©).8 821/; , 8 gO #9 

8 55 ©,8 &5 8 60 ©8 

8 70 ©8 7254 i 8 60 ©8 

8 70 8 70 ©8 

8 80 ; 8 72i/2©8 

8 72ii;©8 75 ; 8 67i';©8 

8 77i.i ' 8 70 ©8 

8 7714 8 72i4©8 

8 77i/2@>8 80 8 75 ©8 

8 60 8 60 ©8 

8 47i4©8 50 8 47i4©8 

8 50 8 47'»©)8 

8 55 8 52'4©8 

8 50 , 8 45 ©:,8 

8 4714 i 8 47;4©8 

8 47'/2 i 8 45 ©8 

8 27i/4©S 35 I 8 27i:;©8 

8 20 ; 8 17i/2©8 

8 271; ; 8 20 ©8 



321; 
22' i 
171; 

IT'2 

20 
15 
05 
70 



a5 

80 
80 
80 
K5 
75 

574 
55 
55 
524 

52 H 
50 

42 !4 

25 

35 



July, 
per barrel 



9 20 ©9 
9 20 ©9 
9 20 ©9 
9 22 14© 9. 
9 17i4@.9 
9 12i4©9 
8 87/2® 9 
8 70 ©8 
8 70 ©^ 
8 80 ©« 

8 80 m 

8 77i/4©8 
8 82i;©8 
8 82V„@,8 
8 85 @9 
8 70 (a» 
8 574©8 
8 57/2©^ 
8 62i/o@8 
8 55 ©« 
8 57i/2@8 
8 55 ©« 
8 37i4©8 
8 30 ©8 
8 32i/2@,8 



40 
30 

274 

25 

25 

221; 

15 ' 

80 

85 

87',.; 

90 

90 

90 

90 

00 

85 

67/2 

65 

67/2 

624 

62 H 

62/. 

55 

a-) 

45 



.•\ugust, 
]>er barrel. 



9 42 14© 9 50 
9 30 ©9 3214 
9 30 ©9 a5 

9 a5 

9 30 ©9 a5 
9 22 '4© 9 25 
9 00 ©9 20 
8 80 ©8 90 
8 774©8 95 
8 90 ©8 974 
8 92 1.4© 9 05 ■ 
8 874©,9 00 
8 90 ©9 00 
8 92i/o©9 00 
8 95 ©9 074 
8 80 ©)8 95 

8 a5 ©8 774 

8 70 ©« 75 
8 72i/2@8 771/2 
8 &5 ©8 70 
8 674©8 724 
8 65 @» 72ii 
8 474@8 62 !4 
8 40 ©8 45 
8 424@8 55 



LaRI5. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



June, 
per 100 lbs. 



5 85 ©5 90 5 95 ©6 

5 85 5 924@5 

5 874 5 95 

5 874 ' 5 95 

5 87'4 5 924@5 

5 874 5 92i/2©5 

o a5 I 5 87i/2©5 

5 80 ©5 824 : 5 824@5 

5 85 \ 5 a5 ©5 

5 87'; I 5 87i/2@5 

5 92', : 5 874(a5 

5 92'2 j 5 90 ©5 

5 95 ; 5 95 ©5 

5 95 I 5 95 ©5 

5 95 ! 5 95 ©5 

5 92',2 I 5 93 

5 90 - 5 90 ©5 

5 9214 ; 3 90 ©5 

5 924 I 5 924@5 

5 8714 ,5 87'/2©,5 

5 874 - 5 87'/2@5 

5 87'i;©5 90 ; 5 874@5 

5 85 5 85 ©5 

5 90 ; 5 &5 ©5 

5 874 I 5 874©5 



00 
971/2 



95 
95 

924 

85 

874 

90 

924 

95 

974 

974 

974 

924 

924 

95 

90 

91) 

90 

874 

90 

90 



f „. 



^}-'Jl<^i& 






for the Leading Speculative Articles, Cash, and deliverable hi succeeding 
Option as to time. 



Oats. 


Rye. 


Barley. 


No. 2, 

Cash, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 
June, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 
July, 
perbu. 


No. 2, 

August, 
per bu. 


No. 2, No. 2, ! No. 2, 

Cash, i June, July, 

per bu. ; per bu. per bu. 


No. 2, No. 2, 

Cash, June, 
per bu. per bu. 


No. 2, 

July. 

per bu. 


29i^@29% 

29i4@295^ 

29%@29?^ 

299^@29i/2 

29i4@29% 

29i/8@29ii 

29 @29% 

2878@29 

2778@29 

28 m&%, 

28%@28i/2 

28%@28% 

28%@28% 

28y4@28i/2 

281/2 — . 

28?i .... 

281/2 .... 

28%@28M 

28i4@28i/2 

275^@28ii 

27M@2778 

2778 — - 

28 

26i/2@27% 

26i4@26i/2 


29%@30 

29i/2@2978 

29%@297^ 

29% .... 

29?^@29M 

28%@29 

28s^@29 

28i4@28% 

28i/8@28i/2 

28M@28% 

28i/^@28i/2 

28?^®287^ 

28i/2@28M 

28 @28?^ 

28 ©2814 

28i4@28% 

28i4@28% 

28i4@28i4 

28^8 — - 

27i4@28 

27%@277g 

27?^@2778 

275'8@27% 

26M@57i4 

26i/2@2678 


29i4@29% 

29 @29^ 

29 ©2914 

291/8 .... 

28i4@^9 

27i/2©28i4 

273^@28 

27%@27% 

27%©27i/2 

27i/2@27% 

27i/2@^75'8 

27%@28M 

28 ©5818 

27?^@38 

27i/2@28 

27?i@2778 

277^ .... 

27?4@27J8 

27i/2@27?^ 

27i4@27i/2 

27i4@27% 

27%@27% 

27i/2@37% 

26 78 ©57% 

26?4@27 


25Ji©26"' 
25 

24i4@24M 
241/2 ..- 
241/2 .... 
241/2 .... 
24% .... 
24% .... 
245^ .... 
24% .... 
24% .... 
24% .... 
25 
25 

24V4@24% 
24i/2@245g 
245^ .... 
24% .... 
24%@24?i 
241/2. .... 


61 ....'6214 -.--' 

61 ....6214 ....; 

6O14 ....16114 

60 .---61 ....!.... ---- 

60 ....61 ...J 

60 ....;61 ........ -.-- 

60 ..-.:61 ........ .... 

60 ....;61 ....!.... ..-- 

60 -..-'61 -..-.-.- .... 

60 -...;61 .... 

60 ----61 -...---- ---. 

60 ...-!61 -..- 

60 -...,61 ....--.. ---. 
60 -:.-i61 ........ .... 

60 .-..61 

60 ....61 

60 ....61 -.--' 

60 ....61 -..-.. 

60 ....61 ----i... 

60 ....61 -...61 

60 ----!61 ....i 

60 ----60 --.. 

60 ....i60 ----; 

59 ....|59 ..--; 

58 ..-;58 ....j 

i I 


60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 

60 .... 

60 

60 

60 

58 

58 








Lard. 



July, 
per 100 lbs. 



August, 
per 100 lbs. 



©6 
©6 



©6 



6 00 
6 00 
6 00 
6 00 
6 00 
5 97I/ 
5 92i/2@6 
5 90 ©5 
5 90 ©5 
5 92i/4@5 
5 95 ©6 

5 95 ©6 

6 00 ©6 
6 02i/2@.6 
6 02i/2©6 
5 97i/2@6 
5 95 ©6 

5 97i/2@6 

6 00 ©6 
5 95 ©5 
5 95 ©6 
5 95 ©5 
5 92i/2©6 
5 92i/2©5 
5 95 @5 



0714, 
05 i 
021/21 

02 1/2 i 
021/^ j 
00 
00 i 

921/2! 

95 

95 

00 

00 

05 

05 

05 

021/0 

00 

00 

021/2 

971/2 

00 

971/2 

95 

971/2 

97y2 



6 10 ©6 15 
6 10 ©6 15 

6 10 

6 0Ti^@6 10 
6 05 ©6 071/2 
6 05 ©6 071/2 
6 00 ©6 05 
5 97i/2©6 00 

5 97y2@6 021/4 

6 00 ©6 021/2 
6 02i/2@6 071/2 
6 05 @6 0714 
6 07i/^@6 10 

6 07i/2@6 121,4 
6 10 ©6 121/^ 
C 07i/2@6 10 
6 02i/2@6 05 
6 05 ©6 071/4 

6 07y2 

6 02i/2@6 05 
6 00 ©6 05 
6 02i/2©6 05 

6 00 

6 00 ©6 021/4 
6 021/2 



Short Rib Sides. 



Live Hogs. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



5 20 ©5 2214 

5 25 

5 271/4 

5 30 

5.30 

52714 

5 20 

5 20 

5 25 

5271/2 

5321/2 

5321/2 

5371/3 

5 371/4 

5 40 

5 321/4 

5 271/4 

5 80 

5 321/4 

5 271/4 

5 271/4 

5 25 

5 17i/2@5"26"' 
5 17i/2©5 20 

5 20 



June, 
per 100 lbs. 



July, 
per 100 lbs. 



August, 
per 100 lbs. 



Per 100 lbs. 



30 ©5 
30 @5 
321/2 .. 
32i/2©5 
85 

82i/4©5 

25 ©5 

20 ©5 

20 .@5 

271/2 -. 

30 ©5 

80 ©5 

5 32i/2@5 

5 32i/2@5 

5 40 ©5 

5 32i/4@5 

5 27y2@5 

5 27i/2@5 

5 321/4 .. 

27i/2©5 

271/2 .. 

22i/4@5 

17i/2©5 

17i/2©5 

17i/2@5 



821/2^ 
321/2 



371/2! 



85 

32'/2 
221/2 
2714 
i 

35 ■ 

321/2: 
871/4! 
37 1/2 1 
4214! 
87%! 
821/4! 
30 1 

36""i 



37i/2©5 
8714 .. 
40 

40 ©5 
40 ©5 
37i4©5 
30 ©5 
25 ©5 
27V4@5 
32y2@5 
y2©5 



42y2: 



25 

221/2 

20 

20 



5 % 

5 S: 

5 -40 ©5 

5 40 ©5 

5 42y2@5 

37i/2@5 

85 ©5 

35 ©5 

37i4@5 

35 ©5 

3214 . 

27y2©5 

25 ©5 

5 22i/2@5 

5 25 ©5 



45 

421/2 

421/2 

371/2 

30 

35 

35 

40 



421/2 
421/2 

47y2 

45 
40 

371/4 
40 

37y2 



321/2 
27y» 

25 " 

271/2 



5 50 
5 45 

5 45 ©5 

5 47i/2@5 
5 471/2 . 
5 37i/4©5 
5 85 

5 35 ©5 

5 40 ©i5 

5 42i/4©5 

5 42i/2@5 

5 47y2©5 

5 45 ©5 

5 47y2@5 

5 45 ©5 

40 @5 

42i4©5 

45 ©5 

40 ©5 

42i/2©5 

35 ©5 

27i/2©5 

27i/2@5 

30 ©5 



50 
50 

45" 

46" 

4214 

47% 

45 

50 

50 

55 

50 

45 

45 

471/2 

421/2 

45 

371/2 

321/2 

30 

321/2 



3 60 
8 60 



70 

60 

60 

3 60 

3 70 

ro 

75 
75 

80 
75 

ro 

70 
8 80 
3 70 
80 
75 
70 
70 
rO 



©4 -30 
©4 30 
©4 30 
©4 35 
©4 35 
©4 35 
©4 30 
©4 20 
©4 25 
©4 20 
©4 30 
©4 30 
©4 35 
©4 35 
©4 40 
©4 35 
©4 20 
©4 15 
©4 25 
©4 20 
©4 30 
©4 20 
©4 15 
©4 25 
©4 15 



'iaii^^rJ.'K.-i-^f^i^<^ii^i^-sJ-^-.i3^-i-'£^:,\ 



158 



DAILY CURRENT PRICES during the month of June, 1886, for 

months at Sellers' 





Wheat. 


Corn. 


Date. 


No. 2 
Spring, 

Cash, 
per bu. 


Regular 
No. 2, 
July, 

per bu. 


Regular 

No. 2, 

August, 

per bu. 


Regular 

No. 2, 

September, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

Cash, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

July, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 
August, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

Sept., 
per bu. 


1 


72 'a® 73 14 


74i4@75i4 


75%®76% 


76?^®77i/i 


34?^J@35i^ 


35i4©36i4 


36i/2®/37i/i 


37 @37% 


2 


72'3@76i8 


74%@77% 


755^®79i'8 


76ii@79i/i 


34%®34M 


35%®36 


36%®3678 


36 7^ ©3714 


3 


7Ci/8@77?^ 


77?i®79i/4 


78i/2®797^ 


78%@80 


3494®35ii 


35%®56i4 


365^®37 


37%®37M 


4 


769^@77y2 


78ii®79i4 


78i4@79M 


78%@79% 


34%®35 


35?^®357^ 


36^®36^ 


37%©37% 


5 


76?8®7rii 


78V8@79i/8 


785^@79M 


79 @79% 


35 ©351/2 


35?4@36i4 


36%®37 


375^®37?i 


7 


76%@.77i4 


78i/4@79i/8 


78?^®79^ 


79i4®80 


35 ®35% 


35:^@367^ 


36%@377^ 


37i/2©3834 


8 


74'^®76 


76i/2@78?8 


77M@79 


78i^@79 


347i®35i4 


35 7^ ©361/4 


37 ©37% 


37?4®38i/4 


9 


72?8@74i/4 


74i/2@76% 


75%®771 


76i4®78 


34i/2©35 


35%©36i4 


3654©37i4 


37i/2®38 


10 


73%®74 


74i/8@76 


75?8®77i-^ 


76 @77% 


345^®.35 


35%®36i^ 


m%@z'^M 


375'8@38 


11 


72i4@72% 


73i/2®75i4 


74?i®76% 


75%@76% 


34%@34% 


35i4@357^ 


36i4®37 


37%©37% 


12 


73i4@73M 


73?i®74M 


75i4@76i4 


76 @77 


34^@35 


355i©36^ 


36i/2®37i/^ 


37i/2©37M 


14 


73 ©7314 


73?i®745^ 


75%®76 


76Pi®77 


34?i®35 


35?^®36 


36i/2®3678 


37i4@37?£ 


15 


72ii@72i/2 


73i/^@74i4 


74%®75i/4 


755'8®76% 
74%®755| 


34i4®34% 


35%®35?g 


36i/2®36% 


37i4®37i/4 


16 


71i4@72 


72ii@73i/i 


73%®74% 


34 ©3414 


34%®35% 


36 ®36i/2 


mim">% 


17 


7078@71% 


72i/'8®73 


73?i®74?^ 


74Ji®75% 


335^©34i4 


S4^4@3&ii 


36 ©36% 


36%©37>6 


18 


71J^@72i/^ 


72=!4@73^ 


74i4@75?^ 


75i/2@769^ 


333i®34 


34%®35i4 


36i/^©36i/2 


36 7^ ©371^ 


19 


72^ .... 


73i/8®74 


74M®75% 


757^®76% 


33 ^©3414 


35 ®35% 


36i4®36i/4 


37 ©3714 


21 


72%@72% 


73i^@74i/2 


747^®76ii 


76K8®77% 


34%©35 


34%®35i/2 


36 ©361/4 


s&%@2n% 


22 


727g®73i/^ 


72?£@73M 


74i/2@75% 


75^8®76% 


34i4©34?g 


34%@35 


3578®36i/i 


36M@367« 


23 


72Jg@72% 


73i/'8@737^ 


745'8@75% 


75 7^ ©761/2 


3414 .— 


35 ®35i/3 


36i^@36% 


3678®37% 


24 


72?-^@725g 


72M®73i4 


74i4@74M 


75i4®757^ 


34% .... 


34%@m% 


357^@36i^ 


367i®37 


25 


723^@73i/^ 


72i/2®73% 


74 @75 


75i/^®76i/^ 


3414 — - 


34M®35 


36 m&Va 


37 <mi% 


26 


72i4@72% 


73 @73M 


74i/2@,75ii 


75%®76i/2 


341/2 .... 


3478®35 


36 ®36i4 


37 ©3714 


28 


72%@72i/2 


72?^®73 


74i/^@74^ 


75%®757^ 


3414 .... 


34%®35 


357^©36i/8 


361©37J^ 


29 


72?i@727^ 


72i/2®73ii 


74i4@75 


75%@76% 


341/2 .... 


M%@U% 


357^©36i4 


36 7^ ©371^ 


30 


72?8@73H 


72M@74 


74fi@75M 


76ii@77^ 


34i/2©34% 


34i/2®3478 


35%@36}i 


37 ©3714 





Mess Pokk. 


Lard. 


Date. 


Cash, 
per bbl. 


July, 
per bbl. 


August, 
per bbl. 


September, 
per bbl. 


Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 


July, 
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 


8 27i4©8 40 
8 22i4©8 3714 
8 50 ©8 55 

8 60 

8 65 

8 80 ©8 95 
8 85 ©8 971/^ 
8 75 ©8 80 

8 80 

8 82i/4®8 85 
8 95 

8 80 

8 75 

8 62i/4®8 65 
8 67i/2©8 7714 

8 80 

8 821/4 

8 90 
8 95 

8 95 ®9'o6 ' 

9 17i4©9 20 
9 40 ®9 55 

9 50 

9 52i/2©9 55 

9 671/4 

9 75 


8 32i4@8 50 
8 30 ©8 45 
8 40 ©8 721/4 
8 57i4@8 75 
8 65 ©8 75 
8 70 ®9 00 
8 82i/4©9 05 
8 75 ©8 87^4 
8 721/4©^ 8714 
S 82i4©8 871/2 
8 85 ©9 00 
8 80 ©8 85 
8 65 ©8 821/4 
8 60 ©8 671/4 
8 65 ©8 80 
8 80 ©8 85 
8 82i/2©8 85 
8 82V2©8 90 
8 95 ©9 00 

8 92i/4©9 021/4 

9 00 ©9 271/2 
9 22 1/2® 9 55 

9 50 ®9 621/2 
9 40 ®9 65 
9 55 ©9 70 
9 60 ©9 80 


8 42i/4@8 60 
8 40 ©8 571/2 
8 50 ©8 821/2 
8 67i/4©8 821/2 
8 75 ©S 821/4 
8 80 ©9 10 
8 92i4©9 15 
8 85 ©8 971/4 
8 85 ©8 9714 
8 90 ©8 95 
8 92i/2@9 10 
8 87i/2@8 95 
8 72i/2©8 921/2 
8 67i/2©8 7714 
8 72i/2®S 90 
8 87i/4©8 9714 
8 92i/2©8 95 

8 92i/4@9 0214 

9 05 ©9 10 

9 02i4©9 121/4 
9 07 1/2® 9 35 
9 30 @9 65 
9 60 ®9 7714 
9 50 ©9 7214 
9 60 ©9 80 
9 72i/2@9 921/2 


8 521/4© 8 70 
8 .50 ® 8 65 
8 65 ® 8 90 
8 80 © 8 90 
8 871/2© 8 921/2 

8 90 © 9 221/2 

9 05 ® 9 25 
8 921/2® 9 05 

8 95 @ 9 0714 

9 00 ® 9 05 
9 05 ® 9 20 

8 95 © 9 021/4 
8 82 1/2® 9 021/2 
8 7714® 8 871/2 
8 821/2® 8 971/2 

8 95 @ 9 071/2 
9021/2 

9 021/2® 9 121/2 
9 15 @ 9 20 

9 10 @ 9 221/2 
9 171/4® 9 421/2 
9 40 ® 9 75 
9 671/4® 9 90 
9 60 ® 9 821/4 
9 721/2® 9 90 
9 82i4®10 021/4 


5 85 ®5 90 
5 90 

5 92i/2©5 95 

6 00 @6 05 

6 05 

6 10 @6 15 
6 07i4©6 10 
6 02i4©6 05 

6 05 

6 07i/2©6 10 

6 12/2 

6 071/2 

6 00 

6 00 ©6 021/2 
6 10 @6 121/4 

6 1214 

6 12'/2 

6 15 

6 1214 

6 20 

6 22i4©6 25 

6 271/2 

6 25 

6 30 

6 371/4 

6 50 


5 95 ©5 971/4 
5 95 ®5 971/i 

5 97i4®6 05 

6 00 ®6 15 
6 12i/2@6 15 
6 15 ©6 25 
6 15 ©6 25 
6 07!4®6 15 
6 10 @6 15 

6 12i4©6 171/4 
6 17i4®6 20 

6 12/2 

6 07i4®6 10 
6 (>2i/2@6 10 
6 10 ®6 1714 
6 17i/2®6 20 
6 17i/2@6 20 

6 20 

6 17i/2®6 20 
6 17i/2@6 221/2 
6 20 ®6 271/4 
6 25 ®6 321/2 
6 25 @6 30 
6 30 ®6 321/4 
6 35 ©6 421/2 
6 40 ©6 50 



. ;ti-^' "k^ K, 



159 



ilie Leadinfi Speculative Articles, Cash, and deliverable in succeeding 
Option as to time. 



Oats. 


Rye. 


Barley. 


No. 2, 

Cash, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

July. 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

August, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

Sept., 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

Cash, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

July, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 

August, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

Cash, 

perbu. 


No. 2, 

Sept., 

per bu. 


No. 2, 
October, 
per bu. 


^M@26% 
■26^@26% 
26%@26% 
26%@26% 
26%@27y8 
26%@27y8 
27i/^@28 
27 @28 
27i4@27y2 
27y2 — - 
28M@28?^ 
27!/2 .... 
27y8@27% 
27 @27y8 
27 @27i4 
2714 .... 
2714 .... 
27 @27Ji 
26% — . 
'26%@26% 
26% .... 
26% .... 
26% .... 
26% .... 
27 
27i4@279| 


26%@26% 
26?^@36% 
26%@27y8 
27y8@27% 
27%@27% 

27%@28i4 

27%@28% 

27i4@28% 

27%@28 

27%@28 

27%@29 

28 @28% 

27%@28y2 

27y8@27?^ 

27i4@27y2 

27y2 .... 

27%@27y2 

27i4@27% 

27^ .... 

27 @275^ 

27%@27M 

27M@27y2 

27i4@27% 

27y8 .... 

27y8 .... 

27H@279'8 


24 @24y2 
24 @24% 

zm .... 

24y2@259s 

25i/i@26 

25%@26% 

26y8@27i4 

25%@26% 

255^@26^ 

26i^@26% 

269£@27% 

26y2@27% 

255i@26 

25%@26 

26y8@26% 

26i4@26y2 

26 @26i/4 

26 

26 @26y8 

26y8 .... 

26 ©561^ 

26 @2654 

25%@a6 

26 @26y8 


23'i :::: 

24 @24i^ 

24y2@25i4 

25y2@25% 

25%@26i4 

26 @27 

25y2@26i4 

25y2@26 

26 @26% 

26?^@27% 

26%@279i 

25%@27i^ 

25%@25% 

25?^@25% 

25%@26i^ 

26 @26H 

25% ©26^4 

25%@25% 

25%@26H 

25%@26 

25%@26 

25%@26 

25%@25% 

25%@25% 

26 @26i^ 


57 

57 

57 

.5614 .... 

.57 .... 

57 

561^ .... 

55 

55i4 .... 

5514 .... 

55y2 .... 
55y2 .... 
55y2 .... 
55y2 .... 
55y2 .... 
55y2 .... 
55y2 .... 
55y2 .... 
55y2 .... 

56 

56 

56!4 -.-- 

57 

57 

57y2 .... 

58 


58 
57 
57 
57 
57 
57 
57 
56 
56 
56 
56 
5554 --- 

55y2 .... 
55y2 .... 

55y2 .... 
55y2 .... 
55y2 .... 
55y2 .... 
55y2 .... 
55y2 ..._ 
55y2 .... 
54 
54 
54 
54 
54 


56" V.'.'. 

50 

50 

50 

.50 

50 

50 .... 

50 

50 

50 

50 

50 

50 

50 

50 

50 

51 

51 

51 

51 

51 


58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
.58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
.58 








Lard. 



August, 
per 100 lbs. 



I September, 
I per 100 lbs. 



6 00 @6 02y2 
6 00 @6 05 
6 05 @6 12»4 
6 07y2@6 22y2 
6 17y2@6 22y2 
6 20 @6 32 y2 
6 22i^@6 30 

6 I7y2@6 2214 

6 17y2@6 25 
6 20 @6 25 
6 25 ©6 27y2 
6 20 @6 2214 
6 15 @6 22y2 
6 12^@6 20 
6 20 @6 27y2 
6 27y2@6 30 
6 27i4@6 30 
6 27y2@6 30 
6 25 @6 2714 
6 27i4@6 8214 
6 30 @6 371/4 
6 35 @6 45 
6 35 @6 40 
6 37i/^®6 421/2 
6 42i/2@6 521/2 
6 52i/2@6 60 



6 05 @6 10 
6 07i^@6 12/2 
6 10 @6 171/2 
6 VZVim 30 
6 25 @6 271/2 
6 27i/4@6 40 
6 30 ©6 371/4 
6 25 @6 30 
6 25 @6 321/4 
6 27y2@6 321/2 
6 32y2@6 35 
6 27y2@6 30 
6 22i/i@6 30 
6 20 @6 271/i 
6 27i/2@6 35 
6 .35 @6 371/2 
6 35 @6 371/2 

6371/2 

6 35 @6 371/4 
6 35 @6 40 
6 37i4@6 4214 
6 45 @6 521/2 
6 42i4@6 471/2 
6 42i/4@6 55 
6 50 @6 62% 
6 60 @6 671/2 



Shobt Rib Sides. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



July, 
per 100 lbs. 



5 20 @5 25 

5 27i4@5 30 
5 30 @5 35 

5 421/2 

54214 

5571/2 

5 50 

5 471/4 

5 50 

5 5214 

5 55 

5 45 @5"47i/'2 

5 45 

5 40 @i"42y2 

5 45 @5 4714 

5 50 

5 521/4 

5 60 

5 65 

5 70 @5 721/2 
5 77i/2@5 80 
5 85 @5 8714 

5 85 

5 85 - 

5 971/2 

5 95 



I 5 25 @5 

5 25 @5 

5 30 @5 

5 37i/4@5 

5 42i/2@5 

5 42i/2@5 

5 47i/2@5 

5 47i4@5 

57y2@5 

50 @5 

55 @5 

45 @5 

45 @5 

40 @5 

42i/2@5 

50 @5 

i 5214 . 

55 @5 

65 @5 

70 @5 

72y2@5 

80 @5 

85 @5 

85 @5 

90 @5 

95 ®6 



271/2 

321/2 

371/2 

45 

45 

60 

60 1 

55 

55 : 

521/2 
571/2 
521/2 

50 
45 

471/2 
521/2 



August, 
per 100 lbs. 



621/2 

671/2 

75 

80 

87'/2 

90 

871/2 

971/2 

00 



30 @5 321/4 
30 @5 35 
32i/2@5 4214 
42i/2@5 50 
45 @5 47!^ 
47i4@5 65 
50 @5 65 
47i4@5 55 
50 @5 571/4 
52i/4@5 55 
52i/4@5 60 
50 @5 55 
47i/4@5 55 
5 42i/4@5 471/4 
5 45 @5 521/4 
55 

55 @5'57i/4 
57y2@5 65 
65 @3 771/4 
70 @5 80 
75 @5 8214 
80 @5 90 
87i/4@5 90 
82i/2@5 921/4 
92i4@6 00 
97i/4@6 021/2 



September, 
per 100 lbs. 



5 35 @5 

5 35 @5 
5 37y2@5 
5 45 @5 
5 47i/4@5 
5 47i/2@5 
5 52i/4@5 
5 52i/4@5 
5 52i/4@5 
5 55 @5 
5 57i/4@5 
5 55 @5 
5 52i4@5 
5 47i/2@5 
5 50 @5 
5 57i/2@5 
5 57i/2@5 
5 62i/2@5 
5 72y2@5 
75 @5 
75 @5 
@5 
92y2@6 
87y2@5 

00 (ae 



6 02i/4@C 



37^2 
40 

471/2 
521/2 

50 
70 
65 
60 

571/2 

571/2 

60 

571/2 

571/2 

521/2 

571/2 

60 

621/2 

70 

80 

821/2 

871/2 

95 

021/2 

971/2 

071/2 

10 



Live Hogs. 



Per 100 lbs. 



75 

75 

65 

75 

75 

85 

00 

95 

3 85 

3 90 

90 

80 

90 

95 

90 

3 90 

3 85 



@4 15 
@4 10 
@4 00 
@4 15 
@4 15 
@4 30 
@4 45 
@4 40 
@4 30 
©4 35 
®4 40 
@4 25 
@4 35 
@4 35 
@4 25 
©4 35 
@4 30 
@4 40 
©4 50 
©4 50 
@4 50 
©4 65 
©4 60 
©4 65 
©4 70 
©4 70 



<£^l<^;<^ 






_ — -*"— -~' ^'«='^'^ -^- 



160 



DAILY CUE RENT P BICES during the month of July, 1886, for 

months at Sellers" 







Wheat. 




Corn. 


Date. 


No. 2 
Spriug, 

Cash, 
per bu. 


Regular 

No. 2, 

August, 

per bu. 


Regular, 

No. 2, 

September, 

per bu. 


Regular 
No. 2, 

October, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

Cash, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 
August, 
per bu. 


No. 2, 

September, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 
October, 
per bu. 


1 


73 ©7414 


75 @.76ii 


'!f,%@.n% 


775i@78% 


351^ - — 


m/s<^m/i 


37i4@37% 


37%@38 


2 

3 


76 


77i8@i78% 


78ii@79% 


79 @mV2 


35i4@35y2 


36y2@3678 


37y2@38 


38% .... 


5 

6 


78 7^ '.'.'.'. 


79"@s6i/2 


86%@82^ 


8i?^@83" 


36i/2@i7" 


37i4@38% 


38%@39y2 


39%@40^. 


7 


80% .... 


82 @83M 


83?^@85ii 


84%@86i4 


37i/2@37?£ 


38y2@40% 


3978@4iy2 


41i4@42i4. 


8 


771/2 .... 


79i/i@82i4 


80%@83^ 


81%@S4% 


3678 .... 


375i@59 


39i/^@40 


40i,^@40i4. 


9 


78'/2 .... 


78i/2@,80ii 


80 @82 


81i4@«3 


36?'8 ---- 


37%@377^ 


38y2@39 


39i4@39fg 


10 


77?i@79i4 


79i^@81 


80%@82% 


82J4@«37| 


36% .... 


37y8@37% 


38i4@387^ 


39 @39i^ 


12 


8OI4 ---- 


mVim^Vi 


82%@83% 


84i4@85 


3714 .— 


37%@38?^ 


39i^@40 


40 @40% 


13 


7878®79^4 


797i@81 


81%@825^ 


83i4@84 


37i4@38 


38%@39i4 


39i4@40y2 


40'^@41i4 


14 


78ii — - 


79 ^^8014 


807^@82i.^ 


82?-^@83Vi 


37y2 .... 


38i4@3878 


39y2@40i4 


40i4@41i-^, 


15 


781^ .... 


78ii@;79y2 


80 @81% 


8iy2@82% 


377i .... 


38i^@58% 


39i4@,40 


40H,®M% 


16 


77?'8 ---- 


78%@79i4 


80i4@S154 


81%@82i>i 


37i4@37% 


38i4@38% 


39i4@40 


40i^@41 


ir 


n% .... 


78 @787^ 


79?8@80% 


8198@82% 


39 


38J4@40 


39y2@41?^ 


40%@42i4 


19 


78 


78J.i(a79i^ 


80 @8P/8 


815^@82'/2 


38?^@38% 


39 @,40 


40 @41 


40%@417| 


20 


78 


78 ©78:^ 


797l@80% 


8iy2@82i4 


377^ .... 


38%@38% 


39yo@40 


40i4@40% 


21 


771/2 - — 


77%@.78% 


7998@80i4 


81 @m% 


39 


38%@39% 


397^@41 


407^@41%. 


22 


76 


76%@78% 


78i.8@^^ 


79%@«1% 


40% .... 


40%@41% 


41%@43 


425i@43% 


23 


75?8 .... 


75!4@76ii 


773i@,78ii 


79 @79% 


4014 - — 


^'/2@415^ 


41^8@425^ 


42%@43% 


24 


73,''8 .... 


74ii@76i4 


76 @78 


7778@79% 


39% .... 


39%@40i^ 


41 @41^8 


41?^@42% 


26 


74 


74i8@.75 


76 @76^ 


78 @.78% 


4oy2 .... 


40y2@41i4 


41i4@42y2 


42y2@43ys 


27 


761^ .... 


75i/^@76?^ 


767^@78% 


787^@80i^ 


42^4@43i4 


42%@43% 


43y2@45 


44%@45:^ 


28 


741^ .... 


74y2@76% 


76i.4@78% 


78i/8@80y2 


43% .... 


43%@44% 


44%@46^ 


45i4@467^ 


29 


74% .... 


74y2@,75?8 


76ii®77y2 


78i/^@79ii 


44y2 .... 


44 7^ ©4514 


46 @47 


467^@48 


30 


75% .... 


74^8@-76 


765^@78 


'^»%m^% 


4271 .... 


43i4@44i4 


44%@45% 


45i4@46?g 


31 


74%@75H 


74%@76 


765'8®78 


78i^@79M 


43 


43i4@44 44%@,45i4 


45ii@46 



Date. 



Mess Pork. 



Lard. 



Cash, 
per bbl. 



August, 
per bbl. 



9 90 
10 20 



@10 171/ 
@10 50 



10 02i/i@.10 321/2 
10 20 @10 571/2 



September, 
per bbl. 



10 12i4@10 4214 
10 32i/^@10 70 



October, 
per bbl. 



10 20 @10 4214 
10 37!4@10 65 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



August, 
per 100 lbs. 



6 50 
6 55 



@6 60 
@6 80 



6 60 
6 65 



@6 70 
@6 90 



10. 
12. 
13. 
14- 
15. 
16. 
17. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
26. 
27- 
28- 
29. 

;». 



10 15 @10 35 
10 10 

9 60 

9 65 

9 75 - 

9 7714 

9 8214 

9 90 

9 871/i 

9 85 

9 80 

9 8214 

96714 

9 50 

9 55 

9.5714 

9 35 

9 42^2 

9 85 

9 80 

99714 

9 97y2 

9971/2 



10 07i4@10 
10 05 @10 
9 60 @10 
9 47yM 9 
9 60 @. 9 
9 75 @ 9 
9 75 @ 9 
9 85 @ 9 
9 821/2® 9 
9 85 @ 9 
9 65 @ 9 



9 75 
9 65 
9 40 
9 55 
9 55 
9 35 
9 40 
9 55 
9 7714 



@ 



9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

® 9 
" 9 



9 9"i4(a:10 
9 a5 @,10 
9 95 ©10 



45 

221/2 

05 

70 

771/2 

80 

a5 
971/2 1 

90 j 

95 I 

85 I 

821/2! 

70 1 

571/2' 

60 

621/2 

521/2 

45 

85 

971/2 

12H 

00 

10 



10 17i4@10 
10 15 @.10 
9 70 @10 
9 o7yM 9 
9 70 ® 9 
9 80 @ 9 
9 85 @ 9 
9 95 @10 
9 92i/4@10 
9 95 ©10 
9 721/2© 9 
9 a5 © 



© 



9 75 
9 50 
9 60 
9 65 
9 421/2© 
9 4714© 9 
9 60 ® 9 
9 85 @10 

10 07i/i@10 
9 92i4®10 

10 05 ©10 



55 
35 

171/2 

80 

90 

90 

971/2 

10 

021/2 

071/2 

95 

95 

90 

70 

721/2 

70 

621/ 

55 

971/2 

10 

25 

10 

25 



10 25 ®10 

10 25 ®10 
9 77i/2@10 
9 85 
9 95 

9 90 @"9 
9 92i,4®10 

10 00 ©10 

10 05 

10 05 
9 8714© 9 
9 92y2©10 
9 821/2© 9 
9 60 @ 9 
9 6714© 9 
9 72y2@ 9 
9 5214® 9 
9 55 @ 9 
9 70 " 
9 90 

10 10 

10 00 

10 10 



55 

321/2 
20 



95 
00 
15 



®10 



15 
95 
00 
90 

75 

8214 

771/2 

65 

621/2 

05 

171/2 

35 

221/2 

35 



6 45 ©6 70 : 

6 52i4@6 5754; 

6 35 

6 45 

6 50 

6 5214 .... 

6571/2 .... 

6 60 

6 60 

6 621/i .... 

6 60 

6 621/2 .... 

6 60 

6.55 

6 5714 .... 

6 55 

6 521/2 .... 

6 521/i -... 

6 60 

6 QlVi .... 

6 75 

6 871/2 .... 

6 871/2 .-.. 



6 50 ©6 75 
6 60 @6 65 
6 40 @6 55 
6 37i4®6 50 
6 52i4@6 571/4 
6 55 ©6 571/4 
6 62i/4@6 671/4 
6 60 ©6 6714 
6 62i4®6 65 
6 65 ®6 7214 
6 62i/i©6 65 
6 62i/^@6 65 
6 55 ©6 6214 
6 52i/4®6 55 
6 57i/2@6 6214 
6 55 ©6 60 
6 52i4©6 55 

6 521/4 

6 55 @6 60 
6 65 ©6 70 
6 72i4©6 82H 
6 80 ©6 871/4 
6 87i4@6 92% 



161 



the Leading Sjjecidative Arficles, Casit, and deliverahle in .mcceeding 
Ojjfion as to time. 



Oats. 



Ko. 2, 

Cash, 

per bu. 



Iso. 2. 
August, 
per bu. 



Xo. 2. 

Sept.. 



No. 2. 
October, 



Rye. 



Barlet. 



No. 2, 
Cash. 



^ept.. uetooer, i..asn, 
per bu. , per bu. per bu. 

I i 



No. 2, ' No. 2, No. 2. 

August. Sept.. Cash, 
per bu. per bu. : per bu. 



No. 2, ! No. 2, 
Sept., October, 
per bu. per bu. 



2T'3 .... 26^.i@26%-26% 
28 @29^i 26}i@28 26i?4i 



.._54 .....52 
...,541'i 1.52 



52 



!58 
■58 



30 ®31 
29'4(g;2978 i 

2914 "" 

29)8@29i4i 
29i4@29%j 
29-!« ....| 
S9i8 ---- 
29-8 ....: 
29-:'„@29i/2 
2914 .... 

31" v.v. 

27K .... 

27 



3058@31f8 
29 @30i/o 

27^@28?8 
28M@2938 
29 @29?^ 
29 @295i 
29i8@29?^ 
29ii@29?8 
29i.^@29a8 
29i4@5978 
29a8@:29?i 
29i4@29?8 
29 ^29?8i 
29 (S29'/.; 

2ri8?'28 
28i8f?"''28i4 
28 (C'29 
281.1, _._. 

2714(527'/^ 



2914@3014 

29%@ao% 

28i8@29J-8 

28?8@28 Js ' 

29i/„@30ii i 

29a8@29 Jb ' 

29fi@30 i 

29y2@30 

29?i@30i8 

29f8@^^S 

297^@30i/2 

295^@30 

29?4@30?a 

293^^3058 

29'^(fl;,30% 

28y2@295-'8 
28 («'29 I 
29i4(§)30 I 
2<)^'8(S30ii 
29-3(«^0a8 
29i8(^29?i 
28?4@29}4 



155 

3i""@3ii4:.55 

3054 i55 

29?8@29;4'55 
29i4@30 55 
293£@30 55 
2934@30 .55 
30 (§30% 55 
2978@30igi.54 
30 (T/'SOig 531/2 
30 (531 :53 
30 #305^4 i53 
30 et30V«m 
30 @30?8!53 
.30 @31 1 53 
30 (t(30%5S 
29V4@;2978 ;53 
mi@29%\o2V2 
30 @30i/2!,52ii 

30 (a:m?im 

3014(^31 1 53 
29 14(1 30 ?8 53 
29i/,@30 53 



.... .53 
.---54 

.... .54I/2 
-..-'.54 
.-..54 
.---!54 

--..'.54 

....:54 

.... .54 
.---.54 
..-153 '4 
---. .531/2 
.....5314 
.... .53 
.--- 5314 
.--- .5314 
....534 
.... .53 
...-i5;i 
.....53'^ 
----■53(4 
.---'5314 
---- 53i'3 



.53 
54 

'544 
.154 
'.54 
.54 
54 
54 
.54 
.55 
.5414 
541-i 
541/0 
.54 
.541.4 
541/2 
5414 
541/2 
54^4 
54^- 
.55 
.55 
.5.5 



....158 

— -^58 ... 

....i58 

...-L58 ... 

----!58 

....i.58 

....'58 

....!.58 — 

....58 

....58 

.....58 ... 

....!.58 ... 

....]m 
....'&5 @m 

.---!66 
--..;63 @.<i5 
....64 
.... 64 

.. .-621/2 --- 
.... 63 
.... 63 
.--- 63 



65 (g'&5i'o 

ft5 

(» 

t)5 

65 

!&5i4@67 
!68 

68 @mv2 

|&5i4(g«7 
&51/2 .... 
&5 

a5 

65 

65 

65 

65 



65 

65 

65 

65 
65 

|65 .... 

65;4(g67 

J68 

'6814 .... 

66 (g;67i/2 
.'66 

65 (^654 
6514 ---- 
6514 .... 
651/2 .-- 
&51/2 .-.. 
65i'2 ---. 



Lard. 



Short Rib Sides. 



! Live Hogs. 

I 



September, 
per 100 lbs. 



TO @,6 821/2' 
75 @,(i 9714; 



October, 
per 100 lbs. 



6 57i4C?)6 60 
6 65 (g>6 70 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



6 15 
G 20 



August, 
per 100 lbs. 



6 07i/2@6 20 
6 22i4@6 30 



September, 
per 100 lbs. 



October, 
per 100 lbs. 



6 15 (^6 25 6 10 @6 25 
6 27i2®6 37i'2 C 271/2(5:6 30 



6 60 @6 
6 67'2@6 
6 47' i@6 
6 47;2(a;6 
GdO m 
6 62i4(g6 
70 @6 
70 (Si,6 
70 @6 
72i/4@,6 
70 (ffi,6 
TO @& 

60 (§56 
6 62i/2@6 
6 60 @,6 
6 60 @ld 
6 60 

6 62i/2@« 
6 70 @,6 
6 80 (^ 
6 80 (g)6 
6 95 (a7 



85 

75 

65 

60 

671/2 

6714 

7714 

7714' 

7214: 

821/2 i 

75 

721/2' 

70 j 

65 

671/2! 

6714 

6214 

to" 

771/ 

92i4 
95 
00 1 



6 55 @lli 
6 50 @6 
6 35 @,6 
6 42i2@6 
6 50 (^6 
6 50 

6 55 @.6 
6 55 @6 
6 52i4@6 
6 50 @6 
6 50 
6 50 

6 42y2@S 
6 40 @6 
6 42i4@6 
6 47!4@6 
6 45 @,& 
6 4714 -. 
6 50 fffS 
6 5714(5:6 
6 65 @& 
6 62i/2(§;6 
6 70 ®6 



70 

5714 
471/2 
50 
55 



t)0 

571/2 
55 j 
60 



471/2 
4214 
4714 
5214 
471/, 



55 
60 
70 

7214 
75 



I 



6 30 

6 25 

6 05 

6 07!4@6 10 

6 1214 

6 171/2 

6 25 

6 30 

6 35 

6 35 

6 30 

6 321/2 

6 25 

6 05 

6 0714 

6 05 

6 00 

() mVi&i (6 

6 20 

6 171/2 

6 171 2 

62214 

6 25 



6 25 
6 25 
6 05 
6 00 
6 10 
6 I2141 
6 25 
6 30 
6 30 
6 35 
6 25 
6 30 
25 



m 

@6 
<S;6 

m 

@6 



3214 
321/2 

171^ 
10 

1214 

1714 



@:6 
(5)6 
@,6 
@-6 

m 



97i4(?^6 

07i»(®* 

05 @;6 

a) @.6 

6 00 @& 

6 12i4(g)6 

6 17i4(S6 

6 17i4(56 

a 20 @Jd 

6 22i4@6 



35 
35 
40 

321/2 

3214 

271/4 

071/2 

15 

0714 

0214 

05 

20 

20 

25 

2214 

25 



6 30 @6 3714 
6 27V2m 35 j 
6 10 && 25 I 
6 05 <fi>6 1714 
6 15 @6 20 
6 17i4(5:-6 2214 
6 27i;(5:6 35 
6 35 <fTS 4214 
6 .37i4(5!.6 4214 ■ 
6 42'i((f& 471/1 
6 32ii@.6 40 , 
6 37i/£(g>6 40 I 
6 30 @.& 35 ! 
6 00 @6 2214 

6 i2i/4(5;« 2214 

6 12i4@6 1714 
6 05 @6 10 
6 07i/2(5:.6 15 ; 
6 20 <^Jd 30 
6 27y2<§S 35 
6 25 @6 371/4 
6 25 @6 30 
6 30 @6 35 i 



6 25 (??6 30 

62714 ': 

6 10 ■ 

6 10 i 

fi 1214 1 

6 10 @6 20 ] 

6 30 i 

6 3o @6 371/^ 
6 40 ...... 

6 40 @6 4214 
6 30 @6 32i/„ 
6 35 (5.6 371/2 

62714 

6 00 @6 121/4 

6 15 

6 1214 

6 0714 

6 15 

6 30 

6 321,4(56 a5 
6 321/4(56 40 
6 271/2(56 3714 
6 35 (^6 40 



Per 100 lbs. 



4 40 
4 55 



4 65 
4 ,55 
4 50 
450 
450 
4 .50 
4 55 
4 60 
4 f)5 
4 70 
4 .50 
4 40 
425 
440 



@4 75 
@4 ffi 



@5 05 
(g.5 00 
@A 95 
@4 85 

mso 

(^4 85 
@4 95 
@5 00 
@5 05 
(5:5 20 
@5 15 
@5 15 
@5 15 
@5 05 
@5 00 
@5 05 
@5 05 
@S 10 
@5 15 
@5 25 
@5 15 
@3 20 
@5 25 



■AitffrgKi-tiivaaaM-'aKta 



1 . ■«> :£K,..XiiL.^S*icsL,\. .3^^»-M^''., l^li^tirfilifliV^iiS^ 



• r 



162 



DAILY cm n EXT PRICES during the month of August, 1886, 

months at Sellers' 



Wmkat. 



C'OK.N. 



Date. 


No. 2 

Spring, 

Cash, 


Regular, 

No. 2, 

September, 


Regular, 

No. 2, 
October, 


Regular, 
November, 


No. 2, 
('ash. 


No. 2, 
September, 


No. 2, 
October, 


No. 2, 
Year, 




per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


2 


7.5 (ftm^i 


76'^@77'4 


78?i@79?^ 


80?^@81 


43%@44i8 


445-8(^4514 


45i4@,46i4 




3..-- 


74!2((f),75:'« 


76i4®77-'8 


78 ®79?^ 


7958^?;81 


43i/2@44ii 


44U(gj45i/2 


45i^@46'2 




4 


74 (S:74i2 


7558(rA76!/2 


77'i(«i78i4 


79i.i@«0 


42'/^@4234 


43 @43'^ 


44 @44-^s 




i) 


74'2(f?,75i8 


76>8@77i8 


78i4®78'8 


79'8@80-58 


42i4@43'/^ 


43i4(gi44>/2 


44i4(g;45i/2 





6 


747^@75ii 


76?g@77i4 


78?8@79i8 


8038@«0i'4 


43i4@.43i4 


4414(^4434 


45i^@45fs 





7 


75 ((fifta\ 


76-^^@77 


785-8@78'8 


^^/4ff,:B)'i 


43i^@43% 


441^(^45 


45i^@46 





9.... 


749i(f?)75i4 


75?4(S'76,^8 


77?8@7894 


79;'8@i!0^8 


42ii@,42% 


435i(§;44% 


44?4(g45-'8 





10.... 


74 '4(3)75 li 


75i4(»76i8 


77i^@77'8 


79 ^79=8 


41%@42i4 


427^(^43% 


44 @.44?« 


-_ _ 


11.... 


74?^@75i8 


75?i(«76-?8 


77y2@78i8 


79=8@,79'8 


4214^? 42^4 


4314(^4418 


4414(^4514 




12-. ._ 


75?^ .-. 


76?i(r(,77 


78i4®78?4 


80 ((mV2 


43i'8®43?4 


mmwa 


45%(S46 





13.... 


76i4@>77>4 


77 (??78% 


79 @80i4 


8()i'4@«2 


4;3 ©4314 


441^(^44?^ 


45?i@45'8 





14.... 


76ii®76% 


774(fl79i8 


79i4@81 


81i.i@«2ii 


42 (??),42?4 


43i4@44i4 


44?^®45.''8 





16-... 


76'^ .... 


I'iy^ffi.m^i 


79i8@«0;8 


80'8@81?4 


42"o@42M 


42%@44;^ 


4414(^45 ?8 





17---- 


76-''s(??77i8 


77'8(a),78?4 


799^@80?4 


81V^@82i4 


42y2@,42% 


'^V2@M]4, 


44%(§),454 




18---- 


7()'''8@77 


77'4(??M8?i 


794®«)?i 


81i4@82 


42''-^ ---- 


43?8(5)44 


445^@45% 




19.-.- 


78=3 .... 


78?4(f?''80 


805.8@S2 


m-'i(cti^^^^ 


42-'«(?742?i 


43;/2(g;,44ii 


44?^@45?8 





2<)---- 


7814 -._. 


78M(??7<)i4 


80?-^@>^li4 


82'.,(r^8:^ 


42i8(^?-42i4 


43i^@.43?8 


44%@45 




21---. 


7'!'^i0:'!7% 


78''^(»79 


80i4@80'i 


82i8(ftH2i;4 


41^4@4Ui 


42S8@.43i/^ 


4414(5; 44?8 




23..- 


78Vi@78?8 


78'8(f?'794 


80ii@«U 


82 58(?? 8:3^8 


41?4 --.- 


42%@A3 


4378@44'^8 




2t--- 


775^ .... 


7~''m~»% 


79'8@>W 


815s^«2''8 


41?8 -- 


42 @42i4 


43i!>@43''a 




25----! 


78 


77''8(??-78'8 


79?8@«0% 


81 ■ :,({f^»-i% 


41^4 -.. 


42ii@4234 


43?4@44-?8 




26 


774 ---- 


77;''3(S'78»4 


79i4@8()i8 


81''8(f':82 


41--'8@41!'2 


41?4(5J4214 


43i/2@44 





27—1 


7fii4 .... 


76?4(?7:77i4 


78V;@79i/2 


79?8@81 


4014 .... 


40?4(i41% 


42i4(a)43i4 




2«--i 


7614 .-_- 


76 (r/76'4 


77'8@78-:>^ 


79!/2(J5)H) 


40i^@40i4 


40%@40'4 


42i^(®42!o 





30....; 


75TI ---- 


75»4(r/-75''a 


77?^(5)77.''8 


79 @79-s 


40;'8 .... 


40 ©401,-!; 


42 (@,42!!8 





31.... 


76i/8@76','8 


76 @,76'/i 


78i8@78-5-3 


80 ^m% 


41 (§,42 


41 @42?8 


4278 ©4414 






Mess Pokk. 



Lard. 



Date. I 



Cash, 
per barrel. 



September, 
per barrel. 



October, 
per barrel. 



Year, 
per barrel. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



September, 
per 100 lbs. 






10 021/2(^10 1254 


10 i2i.;©io 22'; 


10 20 mo 32';; 








6 90 ©6 95 


6 95 ©7 00 


3---- 


9 75 @ 9 85 


9 75 mio 15 


9 85 ©10 15 









6 90 ©6 921,4 


6 924®7 074 


4---- 


9 571 0© 


9 60 


9 50 (Ta 9 724 


9 60 ® 9 80 


9 .50 






6 85 mi 90 


6 90 ©6 95 





9 40 @. 


9 571/, 


9 47V2@\ 9 6214 


9 524® 9 72'/^ 


9 40 


© 


9 424 


6 87'o@6 90 


6 90 ©6 95 


6 


9 65 




9 (iO @ 9 80 


9 70 ® 9 8754 










6 90 


6 95 ©6 9714 


1 


9 m 




9 70 © 9 85 


9 80 ® 9 921/2 






. 


6 924 .... 


6 974©7 00 


9..-- 


9 45 




9 50 (a 9 6214 


9 60 ® 9 774 


9 50 


(a. 


9 .55 


6 90 


6 95 ©6 974 


10---- 


9 4''i^(at 


9 .50 


9 47'4(@, 9 60 


9 55 (ril 9 70 









6 87i'2©6 924 


6 924(§!6 974 


11---- 


9 60 




9 62i-i(??). 9 75 


9 674® 9 874 










6 92i/o©7 05 


6 974®7 15 


12-.- 


9 70 




9 70 (ffi 9 7714 


9 80 (Tft 9 874 









7 15 ©7 20 


7 20 ©7 25 


13.... 






9 65 (rJ), 9 75 


9 7214® 9 85 









7 20 


7 224©7 274 


14.... 


9 45 




9 47'i(??.> 9 6214 


8 57'/(??i 9 80 


9 50 






7 15 


7 20 ©7 25 


16.... 


9 65 




9 45 (ft, 9 70 


9 55 @ 9 80 










7 20 ©7 30 


7 20 ©7 35 


17.... 


9 62'/2@ 


9 70 


9 62i/2((Jj 9 721/2 


9 72'/^® 9 824 










7 m ©7 424 


7 35 @7 424 


18.... 


9 55 




9 50 @. 9 6214 


9 5714® 9 724 








7 35 


7 35 


19.... 


9 4714 




9 47i/2(® 9 60 


9 571-0© 9 70 









7 37;/2@7 424 


7 374@7 45 


20--.. 


9 55 




9 .50 ((?!, 9 55 


9 57' ^2® 9 65 








7 374 ---- 


7 40 


21...- 


9 621/2 




9 55 (Si 9 7214 


9 6214© 9 80 








7374 ---- 


7 374©7 40 


23.... 


9 65 




9 65 0'. 9 72'i, 


9 75 (S. 9 80 








7 40 


7 424 .... 


24.... 


9 .5214 




9 524® 9 60 


9 60 © 9 75 








7 30 ©7 421/^ 


7 324@7 45 


25.... 


9 60 




9 47y.m 9 624 


9 574© 9 70 








7 30 


7 30 ©7 35 


26-.. 






9 .50 # 9 55 


9 60 © 9 65 








7 25 ©7 30 


7 25 ©7 35 


27.-. 


9 40 © 


9 50 I 


9 40 (rtj 9 524 


9 50 © 9 62 '4 


9 40 


® 


9 471 


7 10 


7 05 ®7 22'/^ 


28— 


9 471/2 


' 


9 40 (», 9 474 


9 47 '4® 9 57 '4 


9 42V 


2 





7 20 


7 05 @7 224 


30.... 







9 474(^ 9 70 


9 57'/;,© 9 774 


9 474® 


9 57 I/O 


7 25 


7 22i4®7 25 


31--.- 


9 8714 





9 70 (§110 00 


9 80 ©10 124' 


9 85 






7 324 --- 


7 30 ©7 35 



..:.i^ 



163 



fo7' the Leading SpeciiJativa Articles, Cash, and deliverahle in succeeding 
Option as to time. 



Oats. 



No. 2, 
. Cash, 
per bu. 



27 ©Sl^l 

27'/2@27?^ 

27i/2@27M 

27M@277^ 

27?£@27'a 

27M --- 

27%@279i 

27i.4@27i/2 

•27%@27y2 

27i^ - - 

27i4@27iJ6 

27 @27y8 

26'i@27 

27 @27i^ 

27 @27i.^ 

27 @27i/^ 

26^@26% 

26i/8@:26^4 
26 @26}i 
26% .... 
26 

25i/2@S5M 
25% .... 
2514 .... 

25:^ .-._ 




Bari-Ey. 



28M@29 
28?i@29i/g 

28y2@,28% 

28M@29 

287^@29% 

28%@29 

28y2@289i 

28i4@28% 

28%@28% 

28'/2@285t 

28%@58% 

28 ©28/2 

277^@28i^ 

28 @^^ 

27'^@28is 

2778@28i'^ 

27%@277i 

26J^@57i/2 

26i4@:27 

26%@26?£ 

26M@27i/8 

26'/2@267i 

2.57^@26% 

25%@26 

25i/2@25?4 

255-3(3^6 



29i4@29% ' . 
29?g@29Ji,. 
29M@29%|. 
29i/2@29?£'. 
29'/^@29%!. 
29i/2@29Ml- 
29%@29y2 - 
29}i@59%!. 
2914(5.2914!. 
29%@29%:. 

29i/2@29?-8:. 
29ii@29i^ . 
29^i@39i4 . 
29i4@29i/2 . 
29i^@29% . 
29i8@29i/ . 
28?4@29 j. 
28i8@28M'- 

27%@2SH. - 
275's@28 . 
277^@28is - 
2794@28 - 

27%@27^4 . 
27 @27i.4 . 
2678 ©2714 . 
27?8@27^4 . 



.53 5414 

5214 ....r>4i4 

52 ...-531/^ 

52 .....54 

.52 54 

52 ..-- .53'4 

5114 ..--5314 

5i;4 .... 53 

51 ...-0214 

:51 ....5214 

.51 .....5214 

51 521^ 

;50 ....51i'2 

'50 .... .51i4 

50 .....51 

'5014 ----5114 

50^4 ..-- 5114 

5014 ----5i;4 

501/2 ....^5114 

5014 .---:5ii4 

.50 ....51 

50 ..--I5O14 

.50 .... 50 

49 .__. 49 

49 .... 49 

49 49 



56 !4 

56/2 

.56 

.56 

56 

55 '4 

55 '4 

55 

55 

54;i 

5414 

.54 

54 

531^ 

53 

5314 

5314 

531^ 

5314 

:53/2 

53 

5214 

52 

51 

51 

51 



No. 2, No. 2, 
Sept., October,, 
per bu. : per bu. 



.62 
.62 

-621.4 ---- 

- 621,4 .... 

- 624 ---- 
-641^ .... 
. 64/2 ---- 
.64 

-6314 ---- 

. 62'4 .... 

.6154 ---- 

- 6O14 .... 
.60 

.60 

.60 

. 62i4 ---- 

.,62/2 --- 

.60 

. 58?4@59 

. 58 @59 

. 59V2(g;60 

. 59 @60 

. 59 ©,5914 

.59 @59ii 

. .5914 .... 

. '57i.i@58 



65 

a5i4 --- 
601/2 ... 
6514 ... 

65/2 ... 

6614 ... 

661.^ ... 

66 

65 . ... 

63'.4 ... 

63 

62 

61 

61 

61 

6314 ... 

63/2 --■ 

61 

60 

59 @60 

60 @60i 
60 

59i/2@60 
.59i4(g;60 
59/2 ... 
58 



. ^514 ... 

.6(5 

. 06 

. 66 

.66 

.67'.; ... 

. 67'2 --- 

.67 

. 66 

.65 

.65 

.64 

.63 

.62'.; ... 
-6214 --- 

.65 

. ()5 

. 63 

. 611 -,^62 
61 (f/;62 

; 62 @62i 

/62 

|61i/2@62 
i61/@62 

.61/2 --- 

.60 @60'. 



Lakd. 



October, 
per 100 lbs. 



Year, 
per 100 lbs 



Short Rib Sides. 



Live Hogs. 



6 75 @.6 
6 65 @6 
6 55 (ali 
6 57'4(g6 
6 6214(56 
6 65 

6 57'/2(S6 
6 571/2(^6 
6 60 @6 
6 72i4@6 
6 721^ .. 
6 60 @6 
6 ^7'/2@M 
6 85 (rti.6 
6 82i4(§'6 
6 85 @6 
6 85 
6 85 

6 87/(56 
6 75 @6 
6 75 @j6 
6 65 @6 
6 55 @6 
6 57/2(3j6 
6 70 @,6 
6 75 @6 



11 '4 
75 
62'., 
62' o 
65 

65 
60 

7'2i4 
75 : 

"6 

8714 

95 
90 
95 



6 55 

6 471/4 

6 45 



6 37/2 .... 
6 50 

6 50 

6 45 

6 40 (®6 .50 

6 55 @.Q 5714 

e'so 'W. 
6 go 



90 

90 

80 

75 

62 '4 

65 

75 

80 



6.5214 .--- 

6 "47/2 V.W 

6 37i/2@() 45 

6 35 

6 40 

6 45 

6 55 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



6 22i^@6 25 

6 10 (3;6 17/ 

6 10 

6 1214 ---- 

6 20 

6 20 

6 20 

6 20 

6 30 

6 30 

6 30 

6 20 

6 22'^ .... 

6 25 

6 20 

6 17/2 .... 

6 12/2 .... 

6 15 

6 1714 ---- 
6 1714 .... 
6 20 
6 20 

6 15 

6 15 
6 >\j 
6 3714 .... 



September, 
per 100 lbs. 



6 15 
6 20 
6 20 
6 20 
6 20 



6 3214(^6 35 
6 15 @6 30 

6 12i4(5;6 1714 
@.6 1714 

m 22/2 

@6 25 
@6 25 

®6 22^4 
6 22i4(gi6 32/ 
6 30 @6 32'/4 
6 30 

6 20 m 30 
6 20 ®6 22% 
6 221/4^.6 25 I 
6 20 06 221/2 
6 15 @S 22/2 
6 12'/2(??:6 17/2 
6 12/,@6 15 i 
6 17Y2<(h.6 20 I 
6 15 (g'6 1714- 
6 15 (56 20 
6 17/(fe6 22i4 
6 15 @6 20 j 
6 1214(5:6 1714: 
6 2214(5)6 30 
6 .30 (g;6 40 : 



October, 
per 100 lbs. 



November, ' _, „„_ ,, 
per 100 lbs. I Per 100 lbs. 



(®6 



®6 



6 20 
6 15 
6 15 
6 15 
6 15 
6 15 

6 I2I2 . 
6 17/2(^6 
6 221/4 .. 
6 20 

6 10 (^ 
6 12i4@6 
6 15 



25 : 

20 : 

17/! 

26 ; 

20 I 

25 I 



@-6 
(5:6 
@6 
(?j'6 
(^6 



6 10 
6 05 
6 05 
6 (15 
6 15 
6 15 
6 15 ®6 
6 1714(56 
6 15 (56 
6 12/2(56 
6 22/(i6 
6 .30 @6 



15 
15 


12/2 


07'4 


0714! 


10 


1714: 



20 

221 

20 

171 

30 

40 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



25 
25 
20 
15 
20 
20 
20 
10 
10 
00 
00 
00 
3 90 
3 90 
3 90 
3 80 
3 80 
3 75 
3 75 
3 80 
3 70 
3 65 
3 70 
3 70 
3 80 
3 90 



15 

00 



@ 5 20 
(§i 5 25 
@ 5 
® 5 
(5). 5 05 
(® 5 10 
@ 5 10 
@; 5 05 
@, 5 15 
® 5 20 
(^ 5 25 
@, 5 25 
®. 5 20 
(g 5 25 
5 20 
5 10 
@. 5 15 
<(t 5 05 
@, 5 05 
(5!, 5 (t5 
01 5 00 

ah 4 ft5 
@ 5 00 

@ 5 05 
@ 5 10 
@ 5 20 



@ 



'tftMteiaMfe? 



i^tits^ifa<arf,tr<toiS^ilA4«tifteliftBiy^ — •-ltsf^'J«--.. I ..),.(■.., .-^..^iJi--.,. ^ ,, 



^■^xsi&i,^aa;i^i,^,^MAJU^Si^^i^Ss±^ 



164 



DAILY CrRBEXT miCES (luring tlte month of Scpf ember, 1886, for 

V} on fits at Sellers' 



Date. 



s. 
(» 

10. 

11. 
13. 

14. 
15. 
10. 
17. 
18. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
27. 
28. 
20. 
30. 



Date. 



AVHK.\T. 



Coux. 



Xo. 2 
Spring, 

Cash, 
per bu. 



7t) @.7(i?4; 
75^®76'8 
75'-s®757^ 
7534@76% 
75i>4@70?8 

7*m(^t77 

7tJ'8CS:7B!.'2 

75;'4fr;;76 

76 ^.761/4 

75-3(t753^ 

74:'4(r'75 

7W2(<r74Ji 

73?8@74% 

73'8 — - 

7-iK@Ti% 

74i.4fS;745g 

73 's^' 741 8 

73 (rf7.S:'« 

73 (ft,7^% 

7-2?i(rr:,73i8 

72'4(??,7258 

72:>4(??73i'8 

72"3(??73 

72i4(r?,73"=3 



Regular 
No. 2, 

October, 
per bu. 



77?^@.78i4 

77%@,78?4 

775-8@78'a 

77%@779i 

77?i@78i8 

77'/2@T8ii 

77%@.78i^ 

77?i@78?8 

77V^(?r.78% 

7()''8(Si77?8 

7C?4@';7''3 

7C'8@T7^'8 

75J8@7e'8 

75''s@,7Ci4 

74'8((?7t) 

74?8@74'8 

74 (S74y 

74%(r?'75ij 

74-'8f?'7,-3:ia 

73:'8f^74'8 
73?^(S;74U 
73i4(?5)7'3'8 
72-^8(?l.73^'8 
72'8(ftT3'8 
72^@74'8 
72'53@,74 



i Regular Regular 
' No. 2, No. 2, 

November, December, 
per bu. per bu. 



7938(??^80>^ 
7978@H)>2 
79?g@.809i 
79i4@79?8 
79'4@«0 

79i4#80j8 

79V2(?il80 

79%Qm% 

79'8@80i8 

78'/2@,79i^ 

78i/2(gi79?8 

78-'3(ai79i8 

77%(nm% 

77^'8@.78 

7t)34@.77?i 

7t)i4(«'76?i 

71) ^'76?.i 

7()3^^.77i^ 

70 '4(0' 77^4 

75l2(S1'<)''8 

75 '/2@ 70 1.8 
75ii@,7578 
745s<«'75-i8 
74 '8(3175 'a 
7453@-76i3 
74i4@76 



81 (??;81V2 
81',2#82 
81 @«2 
803^@81ii 
81 @«1% 
80'8@8154 

81 @fil'/2 

81i8(?^81?s 
80?4#81i;i 
80 @K0i/2 
80 ®80% 
80i.8@80i/2 
79i4@-80i/8 
78 J^ ©.791/2 
78i4@79i^ 

77%@78?8 
77f'8@78i4 

78y2@79i4 
78 (??;,79 

77i?8ffi78i4 
77i4@77?8 
77 ©771/4 
70ii@77i8 
76?;i@775i 
76i/2@,77j8 
70?8@-T7M 



No. 2, 

Cai<h, 

per bu. 



40-'8@41?'2 
41 @41?8 
40 @41i4 
3978@40i/2 
40i8@403i£ 
39i/2@40?8 
39?^@40 
39i/2@40 

39i4,@-^9^i 
39i4@39?B 
89»8@39=8 

38i4(f?387^ 
37i/2@38?3 
373^@37i/2 
37i/2@37'8 
38?^@38i/2 
38i4@.38i4 
37i4@,37i/2 
37 ©3714 
30!4 ---- 
30-'8@3C"3 
30i4(??:;^0''a 

36 @mv2 

30 •'a 



No. 2, 

October, 
per bu. 



. 14 
42?s@43i^ 

■ 41%@43 
41i/2@/12i4 
4r'4;.@42=8 

; 41i4@42i4 
41is@)4iy 

j 41 ©41 ?8 

' 4iii©4i-:>8 

40;'8@41i^ 
, 40»,@41i8 

4058©41 
I 395'8©:40'8 
'' 3933© 40 
38'4@.395^ 
38 ©38?^ 
38i/o@39 
383i@.39i4 
38'^.© 3913 
, 37i/2@38M 
, 37?8@38i^ 
' 36%@37V2 
3(i58@37i8 
3()i/2©-37 
36i8©37i^ 
36i8@36'8 



! No. 2. 
November, 
per bu. 



43M@44?8 
43%@44i4 
43 ©4414 



No. 2, 
Year, 
per bu. 



43 ©43% 
42?'8@43i,i 

42^'8@43i-8 
42;'8@43i3 
42?8@43 

415'3@42--'8 

419'3@42-V, 

42i8@4278 

41i8@42 • 

40 iy ©41 14 

40i4@41i^ 

3934©40i/2 

40i4@40% 

40>/o©41 

40i4©40?^ 

39i4@.40;V 

39 @39?4 

38%@39i4 

38;'8@38?4 

38i4@38?s 

37?8(f?38ac 

37'8'e38«.8 




3. 
4. 
6. 

i . 

8. 

9. 
1()_ 
11. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
10. 
17. 
18. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
27- 
28. 
29. 

;». 



©10 15 



75 ©10 

15 ©10 

10 ©10 

05 ©10 

15 

00 

20 

37'i©10 

50 ©10 

00 

20 ©11 

07'i©ll 

82'2@10 

45 

10 ©10 

!K) 

87>i .. 

97'.>©10 

75 © 9 

(H) © 9 

75 © 9 



10 ! 
27'.> 
20 '• 
22'.; 



40 
Go 



22 li 
37 iv. 

871-2 

324 



00 
80 
62'i 



9 90 ©10 
10 12-2© 10 
10 1712^^10 
10 10 ©10 
10 224©10 
10 ft-) ©.10 
10 05 ©.,10 
10 27'i©10 



9 45 ©, 9 4714 



30 @ 9 :i2V2 
35 



©,10 
©,10 
©11 
©11 
©11 

mo 

4©,10 



10 50 
10 55 

10 K5 

11 10 
10 80 
10 35 
10 1..' 

9 87ii;©:.10 
9 67i.;©10 
9 85 ©10 
9 60 
9 60 
9 021. 
9 45 
9 ;i5 
9 4.5 



©10 

©\ 9 

.(r'\ 9 

©. 9 

©. 9 

9 

9 271,^©. 9 

9 20 © 9 



30 

45 

45 

40 

35 

271/2 

271/2 

471/2 

7t) 

871/2 

45 

75 

25 

77'.; 

60 ' 
27 'o 
15 ' 

'.rt'i 

321-^ 
80 ' 
82 "o 
65 

.52';; 

65 ■ 

5.5 

30 



9 90 ©10 
10 00 ©10 
10 07i/2©:10 
10 00 ©10 
10 10 ©10 
9 95 ©10 
9 871/4© 10 
10 17i.i@10 
10 30 ©10 
10 42i/2©.10 
10 70 ©11 



©11 
©.10 
©)10 
©10 

.;@.io 
©10 



10 70 
10 .55 

10 20 

10 00 
9 77 
9 oO 
9 80 
9 60 ©10 
9 .52' 2© 9 
9 60 ©, 3 
9 47'/o©. 9 
9 47'.;©, 9 
9 45 ©. 9 
9 32; i© 9 
9 20 @ 9 



10 
20 

271-2 

20 

15 

12 1-2 

(»!,<; 

30 

571.2 

70 

12'/2 

32l^ 

821 1 

50 

40 

10 

05 

95 

00 

70 

82'. 

70 

60 

671/2 

50 

371/2 



10 97i/o@ll 15 

11 10 ©11 .37'., 
11 20 ©11 &5 ' 
11 I7i-'2©11 35 
11 25 ©11 2714 
11 05 ©11 271/i 

10 95 @,11 15 ' 

11 20 ©11 35 
11 &5 ©11 47'4 
11 32i4©>ll 471/4 
11 ;i5 ©11 65 
11 .30 ©11 60 
11 07i2©ll 30 
10 95 ©11 121/0 
10 80 ©11 10 ■ 
10 62' 2© 10 90 
10 55 ©10 80 
10 62' 4© 10 75 
10 45 ©10 70 
10 a5 ©10 50 
10 42i»©10 55 
10 .35 ©10 50 
10 37' 4© 10 47'/4 
10 45 © 10 571.4 
10 35 ©),10 45 
10 32'/2@10 42>4 



7 32i/'@7 3714 6 67'4 

7 40 ©7 571 2 6 80 ©6 90 

7 52!4©7 571/4 6 80 ©6 85 ' 

7 50 ©7 55 i 6 75 ©« 80 

7 50 6 70 ©6 75 

7 20 ©7 40 6 55 ©0 72 '4 

7 22i4©.7 35 j 57i/4fr/6 65 

7 25 @,7 a5 ! f)5 ©6 70 

7 20 ©7 22 '4 57 1/4© 65 

7 20 ©7 25 16 57i/4©0 65 

7.20 ©7 2214 6 55 ©6 60 

7 20 ©7 2214! C 57i/4©6 62!4 

7 20 ! 6 35 ©6 57i,/o 

7 20 i 6 35 ©6 37'4 

7 20 ©7 :i5 16 a5 ©6 45 

7 371/4 6 35 ©6 3714 

7 25 ©7 30 I 6 12i/^@6 35 

7 20 ©7 25 ! 6 20 ©6 25 

7 20 6 17i/^@6 2214 

7 20 ©7 25 6 03i/2©6 174 

7 20 ©7 25 ; 6 07i/2©6 30 

7 25 ©7 30 . 6 15 ©0 30 

7 30 ©7 35 6 15 ©6 20 

30 ©7 2714 6 05 ©fi 171/2 

50 ©6 75 00 ©6 10 

5 95 ©6 40 '5 87i/4@6 00 



...-jiBSS; ■ 



165 



tlie Leadiny Speculative Articles, Cash, and deliver ahJe in succeeding 
(Option as to time. 



Oats. 



No. 2, 

Cash, 
per bu. 



•2o%@25?i 
25%@25?8 
25 @^% 
25i4@25% 
25i.4@25?s 
■^% —- 

2o?^@25i4 

24?4@-25 

24:^8@25i4 

2oi4(§;25^4 

25 ©25% 

2514 .._. 

24?4@255^ 

24i/i@24M 

24?'3@25 

■25Y2 .... 

25I4 ---- 
25I4 

251-8 ---- 

25 

25 

24V2(^4?8 

24?£ .... 



No. 3, 

Oct., 

per bu. 



No. 2, 

Nov., 
per bu. 



27i.4@27y2 

2ei/2@27 

2G-5i@26,?^i 

263£@267^ ! 

26?£@2678! 

26i4@26.% 

26V4@26^8 

25j8@26i4 

25j8@26?i 

26i^@265/8 

26 @26i/2 

26i^@26i4 

2534@26ii 

25i/2@257^ 

255£@257^ 

257i@26i^ 

26 @.26i4 

25s^@2o,''8 

25i/2@2558 

25!'^@25% 

2o%@25% 
247^@25% 

24:%@25ls 



28?^@28'8 

28i/2@285'8 

28 @28i/2 

27?4@28i/8 

27U@2Sy8 

27rs@2S)k 

2r78@28i/8 

27'/2@28 

27y2@27?4 

27 @57?8 

27 @27i/2 

27V4@275'8 

27i8@27yo 

27i4@273i, 

27 @27% 

269^@27 

27 ©2714 

27%@27i/2 

27^4@:27y2 

27 ®27?^i 

27 ©271/8 1 

26M -- 

269^@26%l 

26?£@267i^ 

26i^@26% 

26i4@26i/2: 




Barley. 



No. 2, 

Cash, 
per bu. 



58 @>58'2 
58i4@58iA 
581/2 .... 
589£@59 
579i@58 
o734@58 
o7% .... 
5714 .--- 



No. 2, ' No. 2, 

Oct., Nov., 

per bu. per bu. 



6O14 .... 62 
60>4 .... 62 
601 2@61i4 6214 



-.o.>i 



57'.^ 

57 

58 

.58 

57 

57i4@57i/2 

•>''J4©57i4 

57 

56 
.55 
54i4@55 

.55 

55;4 .... 
.56 



60 

5914 

591/2 

5914 

59 

591/2 

59 

.59 

59 

.59 

59 

59 

58 

58 

.58 

571-^ 

5614 

.55 ',4 

.55 

.55 

551/2 

56 



---. 6314 

61 12 

.... 6114 

....61 14 

----,6014 

....6II4 

....61 

....601^ 

....61 

....61 

.... 61 

....eoy 

....60 ' 

....60 

....60 

....5914 

.....58 
— -5714 
57 



.01 

----5714 
....58 



Lard. 



Short Rib StpEs. 



Live Hogi 



November, 
per 100 lbs. 



6 60 

6 60 @;6 67/2 
6 62i/4@6 65 
6 60 

6 55 

45 @6 50 

6 50 

6 47!4@.6 50 
6 45 @6 50 

6 45 - 

6 45 

6 40 @6 45 
6 25 @6 35 
6 25 @6 30 
6 17y2@6 221/^ 

6 20 

6 10 @6 1714 

6 15 

6 10 @6 1214 

6 02;4@6 0714 

6 10 @,6 15 
6 07i^@6 12 y2 
6 10 @6 1214 
6 05 @6 10 
(5 (X) @6 05 
5 92i4@6 00 



Jauuarv. 
per 100 lbs. 



6 62i^@.6 67I2: 
6 70 ©,6 75 
6 67i4@6 70 t 

6 65 

6621/2 

6 55 ©6 60 

6 55 

6 55 @6 60 j 
6 50 @6 55 I 
6 .50 ©6 ,5212 
6 50 

6 45 ©6 50 
6 32i/2@6 40 i 
6 32;4©6 35 
6 30 ©6 321 2 
6 25 ©ti .32 ij 
6 17i4(??i6 25 ! 
6 22 '2© 6 25 
6 20 ©6 2214 
6 12i/,©6 17' 2 
6 20 @fi 22'i 
6 15 ©6 1714 
6 1714 - 

6 i2y2©6 171/0 

6 10 ©6 121/0 
6 02i/i@6 10 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



October, 
per 100 lb.-;. 



November, 
per 100 lbs. 



Jannarv, 
per 100 lbs. 



6 .35 ©6 47y2 6 37i4@6 
6 42y2©6 70 6 47y©6 

6 65 6 65 '©6 

(i 65 6 62i4@6 

6 671^2 6 67i4@6 

6 67ii 6 70 ©6 

6 72io©6 75 I 6 70 ©6 
6 80 ©6 90 i 6 80 ©7 

6 97i'2@7 05 '' 7 02i,^©7 

7 171/2 7 10 ©7 

7 45 7 25 ©7 

7 45 i 7 42ii©7 

7 30 ©7371/0 7 25 ©7 

'.' 3254 7 30 ©7 

7 30 ©7 35 I 7 25 ©7 

7 20 7 17yo®7 

6 82i/,©.6 5)214; 6 82i-,@7 

6 90 '©7 00 i 6 72io©7 

7 00 6 87;4©7 

7 00 ': 6 80 ©7 

7 (X) 7 00 

7 00 6 85 ©7 00 

6 V:5 : 6 95 

6 a5 ©6 95 , 6 85 ©6 
6 72i'2©6 75 ■ 6 70 (§)& 
6 75 6 70 ©6 



50 

7214 

721/2 

671/2 

70 

721/2 

75 

00 

10 

20 

65 

6214 

4214 

32'/, 

371/2 

30 

05 

00 

10 

00 



95 
75 
75 



5 75 ©5 

5 77i4©5 

5 75 

5 771 2@5 

5 75 
70 ©5 
72'o©5 
80 05 
82i;;@5 
82io(r/5 
85 '©5 
75 ©5 
70 (f/5 
60 ©5 
.50 ©5 

5 47'2©5 

5 .55 

5 45 

5 a5 

5 35 
5 45 
5 35 

5 40 
5 32'/ 
5 35 



80 
80 



80 



.0 

821/2 
82' 2 

a5 
a5 

90 

80 
72'/, 
67I2 
6214 



o < 'i 



©5 

©o' 

@5 

©5 
.©5 



.50 



371/2 

45 

40 



Per 100 lbs. 



3 85 
3 80 
3 85 
3 80 
3 80 
3 80 
3 75 
3 75 

3 a5 

3 90 

4 00 
4 00 
4 (Kl 
3 9!) 

3 91 

4 00 
3 95 
3 9i) 
3 9;) 
3 75 
3 70 
3 (S 
3 60 
3 75 
3 70 
3 .5!) 



(?5 5 15 

(T/o 10 

(f'T) 20 

(fio 05 

(r/5 10 

(r/5 15 

(T/o (15 

5 10 

5 15 

5 20 

5 20 

j 15 

j 05 

5 00 



(7/5 a5 
(7/5 10 
(7/5 00 
(7/5 00 
(7-4 95 
(7/4 90 
(7/4 90 
(7/4 85 
(7/4 90 
(7/4 95 
(7(4 a5 
©4 65 



CkStMSjK^r ^1- 



166 



DAILY CTRIiEXT PIUCES during the month of Octoher, 1886, for 

montJis (d Sellers' 



Date. 



0. 
11 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
IK. 
19. 
2(). 
21. 
22. 
23. 
25. 
2G. 
27. 
28. 
29 
30. 



(■) 

( - . - - 

s 

!) 

11.... 

12... 

13... 

14... 

15.... 

l(i...- 

18.... 

19.... 

20... 

21.... 

22 ... 

23.... 

25.... 

26. . . . 

ST.... 

28.... 

29.... 

.30.... 



Wheat. 



Corn. 



Xo. 2 

Springs 
Cash. 
l>er t)u. 



72 •■»,' (77.73 '/» 

71 '8(^/7214 

71^,(r/713^ 

71 Ki,(ft':-Z 

7<)",,(r'7]% 

70'-|fr/71i8 

7l)Vi(5n71 

7() 

7r'a@72 
71 (??).71 Vi 

71 ''a(if71 % 
7r'«(r/:71i/2 
71 -'.1^72 

72'3(r/72;u 

72 (rt72i^ 

73i,i(«74-!^ 
74ia(rr;74;4 
73 'a @ 74% 
73i.i . .. 
7318 .— 
73i8(??.73i4 

73 (S)73Ji 
72''s(a.73 



> Regular \ 

Xu. 2, 
Xoveinber, 
per bu. j 



75-58@76'/2 
7434(77)75' 2 
73-8(7-/74'., 
73-'„(7' 74 
73i,i(r,74'8 
72^s(7>73'-. 
72-8(7/ 73 ''8 
72^8^^' 73 
71i4..rt>72'. 
71 "2f^/ 72-8 
72'2f?'73-8 
72'8(?' 731.1 
72'4r// 73^'i 
72-8(7/72'„ 
72-8fr/ 731.1 
72-'af?>73^.( 
72-8(r/73-'i 
73i8(rt73''.i 
73"8(r/75-'8 
74i2(r/75-'4 
74i4(«75-v 
73-:'8(f> "■! 
i 72%(f?!,735^ 
j 7314(7^7414 
' 7278(7/173% 
72?s(ft73 



Regular 

No. 2, 

December, 

per bu. 



77?8@,78i4 
7Hi/,(??^77i.i 
75^i(g76% 
75'8(r/75T8 

75 ' 8 f*' 75^8 
74-'.,(r/75-'„ 
74'.i(r/75'i, 

74 (rrAM 

73i8(r(:74-'8 
73-'8(r(74i4 
74"a(7(75'-2 
74 '8(^7514 
74' 8^/ 75 ('a 

74 i.i(rt 74 ■'s 
74'.,fr/75i8 
74 -'..(T/ 7514 
74%(r/75% 

75 (T/ 7'5 ' i 
75 ' 8 (T/ 7714 
7(i-'a(r/773C 
7ti'8(7>77-'„ 
75i4(7('75''8 
7458(1,751/2 
75ii@76i4 
74i'4(?5!.75i4 
74-'8{rr'74% 



Regular 

Xo. 2, 

Jauuary, 

per bu. 



Xo. 2, 

Cash, 

per bu. 



X0.2. Xo. 2. 

November, December, 

per bu. per bu. 



Xo. 2, 
Year, 
])er bu. 



78i-^@78?4 
7718 — - 
76'8@76;i4 

75'>8(5,76i/2 
7514^76 
75%(5;.76i8 
74?4(3!,75i/^ 
74 (%75i.8 

74 0nA% 
75%(?^76i8 

75 f'76 
75 ^/76 

75 Gi 75 14 
75 1.1 (7/ 75^4 
75%^/76i4 
75''8(7) 7t)i.i 
75'53(r(:76'R 
7(> (?>77'8 
77 f'78-ia 
76:'8f'7H 

76 6^'76ii 
751 2(r7; 761.1 
76 (7i76-'!4 
75 ',4^75 ■?8 
75;8(?'75?-8 



36i4@,36i/2 
&5i4@36i4 

34^4(75:^5 
a5 (®35J4 
a5 ©3514 

341 ifT/ 4514 

33-'8(7/:«34 
33'8(77;M'., 
33'.,(77 33'.,' 
341,0(7)3494 
3414 .... 
34%(77:34i^ 

34i:i(r/34% 
:Mi8ft«i4 
a3?4#34 
a3?^@34 

;W8@35 

3514 .... 
u\ .... 

:i5 ■'8^3614 
36 



37i8@,38 

36 &an 

36%@i37 
36'^(S36% 

;i5'58(rr36% 

35 (r/a55.s 

34 '2(77 35% 
34%fr/35i8 
35%(r^;i6i8 
35?8(7?)35'8 
;i5-:'8(7>-35''8 
a5-'8(S353,' 

:i5%(r/a53.,- 

;35i,^(gi35!'8 

347^(7?l359a 

3494@^i8 

34 ?8 (5)35 54 

.35%@35?4 

.35 '4(5)36 

.3oi4(?*:35'- 

&5i,8(5>35i'2 

.35%@37i8 

.35?4(7?)36i4 

3514(7/^6 



39i8@39% 
38 ^'539 
j 3678(f'37?4 
37i8@37?4 
I 371 2(^38 
I 37'.,(7>37'8 
: 36'i>(7>37'4 
i 36 (7>:3Gi8 
. 35'.(7V.3()i4 
;i"r's(7/3(;i.i 
3(r'o(7>37i8 
! 3<5%(r(>36j8 
36^8(^37 

3t;'.;(r'3634 

36'.,(7'3()-H 

I 36i4(r/3(i'2 

I 3() (i>M% 

! 36 (r/36% 

; 36i8(?>37 

36%(r/37 

36--4f7/37i4 

36'';,^(,3034 

36i4(rt;36's 
36i/2(S)'38i4 
37;8("'37i4 
36?4@37% 



Date. 



MKSS. I'OKK. 



Cash, 
per bbl. 



Xovember, 
i)er bbl. 



10 @9 32'. 
80 (?7-9 25 
m (778 82', 
47' .,(77 8 70 
62 '.-.(T/ 8 ()5 
70 (58 K5 
62 '2(77 8 (5 

"72'i(g:8'S»lV' 

(Kt " 

10 @S 25 
87'2(5:S 90 

00 

15 

75 (S8 82'.; 
70 m 75 

65 

6714(77)8 70 
a5 



17 '..(77 9 

80 (779 

67 '2(77 8 

45 ^/8 

35 (fi» 

57 ■.,(77 9 

8 ()2' 2(77.8 

8 60 (5 8 

8 721,(5^8 

8 92'o(77 9 

9 05 (77 9 
8 90 (5 9 



8 90 

9 (K) 
8 75 
8 70 
8 65 
8 



(5 9 
(5 9 

(778 
(5 8 
(5-8 



90 

a5 

a5 

85 

00 

97i/2(gi9 00 

971/2 



67'.;(5 8 

80 (58 

90 (5 8 

87'i(5 8 

77 '.,(5 8 

82 '.,(5 8 

8 85 (59 

8 95 (5 9 

8 90 (58 



;i5 
25 

82',^ 

75 

75 

02' i 

87' o 

87'.^ 

921 o 

02'., 

25 

10 

00 

15 

95 

85 

72'., 

72'., 

92'., 

95 ' 

92 'o 

87'., 

85 

07'.; 

05 
97' r. 



December, 
l)er bbl. 



9 00 @9 121,2 

8 47'o(5 8'52i.i 
8 50 (58 571/0 
8 !t2i2 '- 



January, 
per bbl. 



8 971/i .. 

9 00 (5;9 
9 12i,.;(59 
9 00 



8 95 

9 00 
8 75 



(5)9 
(5 9 

(5,8 
(58 

(5:8 

(7/8 
.,(59 
8 8212(58 
8 82'-i,(5'8 
8 80 (778 
8 K5 (5'8 

8 95 (5:9 

9 02'r,(5:9 
9 (K( (5 9 



8 70 
8 87' 



021, 

1714 

(V)" 

15 
92'., 

77'; 
75 

72 1-; 

00 ' 
5)2';; 

87 '^ 

87'.; 

10 
10 
05 



10 20 ^ilO 

9 95 ((DM 

9 82 '2(77: 10 

, 9 ()2';(7/ 9 

9 57'.:,(5: 9 

' 9 77io(510 

i 9 80 (5 9 

i 9 77'.,(5 10 

9 85 fdO 

1 9 971/2(5:10 

10 02'4(77 10 

i 9 90 (5:10 

9 87V,(5i 9 

I 9 90 (f(:\0 

9 70 (510 
9 67i2<r': 9 
9 62y2<'' 9 
9 (SO Q 9 
9 67i/o(5 9 
9 721/2(5 9 



40 

271/2 

00 

95 

90 

00 

95 

12' w 

(X) 

07'.; 

15 
05 

97'; 

05 
02'., 

77' o 

72'., 

70 

87'/2 

80 



Larb. 



9 72';(77 9 85 

9 721^(5; 9 80 

9 771/0(510 12'.: 

9 95 '(5.10 05 

9 95 (77:10 02'.: 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



5 87'/2(g)r) 92 "o 

5 72i4@5 75 

5 75 dtb 77 '2 

5 62 ',2(77)5 77' o 

5 67ii;(f5)5 75 

5 70 (77:5 72' , 

5 60 (tCi 75 

5 52'.;(r/5 62'., 

5 50 (55 62 'o 

5 57"o(5:5 60 
5.67'4(5;5 72', 

5 65 (5:5 70 

5 75 

5 75 

5 ()5 

5 62'; 

5 (i5 

5 t)5 (5:5 67 'o 

5 67';(77 5 70 ' 

5 72'^" 

5 72' 2 

5 75 

5 75 

5 80 (5::5 8214 

5 80 



Xovember, 
p?r 100 lbs. 



5 90 (g;a 

5 75 @5 

5 75 (5:5 

5 65 ^;5 

5 70 @S, 

5 72 '4(5)5 

5 67'2(5>5 

5 65 ^5 

5 ()5 0)Xy 

5 70 (77:5 

5 77'o(7?;5 

5 75 ' .. 

5 75 (5:5 



92'/^ 

921/2 

7714 

75 

771/0 

75 

771/2 

771/2 

721/, 

75 

80 



80 



5 65 (5i5 
5 62i;(5)5 
5 62i;(77)5 



65 (55 
67l^@a 
721/2 ., 
70 (5)5 
70 @5 

75 (5)i 
80 (5)5 



77'/^ 
65 
671/4 
70 

7714 



7214 
75 



821/2 
821/j 
5 77»/'2@5 80 



.k. 



167 



the Leading Speculative Articles, Cash, and deliverable in succeeding 
Option as to time. 



Oats. 



Rte. 



>'o. 2, 

Cash. 

per bu. 



24i4@24i/2 

23iJi@24 

a3%(§i24 

24 @24% 

24 @24i/8 

23i4@24 

22^@22% 

2;i 

2.S?8 ---- 

24 @i4i.^ 
2414 -... 
24(4 --- 
24%@24% 
25 

24M@24?^ 
24% .... 

25 ©2514 
251/2 .... 
25%@25i/2 
25 ©251^ 

25i/2@25f'8 

25%; .... 

25 V, .-.- 



No. 2, 

Nov., 
per bu. 



No. 2, 

Dec, 

per bu. 



No. 2, 

Year, 

per bu. 



26i4@26y2 

25M@26i4 
25i4@253£ 

25%@25% 
25-S@25M 
25%@255'8 
24i4@25i4 
24%@24?^ 
24i^@24% 
24%@24M 
25 ©25^4 
25 ©2514 

25 ©2514 
25i^©25V4 
25%©25,% 
25^@251 
25i4©25M 
S5i4@25% 
25ii©25% 
25y2@26i^ 
25M©26 
25y2©25?| 
25i/2@55?£ 

26 ©26^8 
25'?^@26 
255'8@25J8 



27ii@27%: 
26i/2@2r ; 
26 @26V4i 
26i,^©26%; 

26i^@26y2 
25%©26i/^' 
25 ©25% 

25 ©2514^ 
25%@25?4 

26 ©2614 

26 ©2614 
26 ©261^ 
26i4@26% 

26%@26U 
26y8©265^ 
26>^@26?^. 

26 ©26^ 
26y2@2678 
26M©27 I 
26i/4©26M 
26y2@26M 

27 ©2714 
26%@27 
26M©2678 < 



No. 2, 

Cash, 

per bu. 



!48 
148 
148 
:48 
;48 
i48 

;48 

■48 

|48 
|48 
!48 

|48 

;48 

|48 
J48 
'48y2 
i48% 
:48y3 
48^4 
48/2 
49 

'491/2 
50 
.50 
50 
.50 



No. 2, 

Nov., 

per bii. 



No. 2, 

Dec, 

per bu. 



.1.50 
ISO 

.;.50 

.50 
.49/2 

. i49y2 

.50 

. 49y2 

.49 

.49 

.149 

.149 

.49 

.49 

.49 

.49 

.49 

.149 

.'49 

.'49 

.49 

-49y2 

.50 

.i50 

.50 

.150 



...-52 

— J5iy2 

'5iy 

....'5iy2 
.... 5iy2 

....j51 

....5iy2 
....'51/2 

....51 
51 

....'51 

.-._ .51 

.... .51 

....51 

....51 

....51 

....51 

...-51 

....51 

....;51i/2 

....151% 

...-;5iy2 

-..iSiy^ 
....i5iy2 
..-.15114 



B.\BLEY. 



No. 2, 

Cash, 

per bu. 



No. 2, 

Nov., 

per bu. 



56 

56 

.55 ©5514 

.54 ©55 

54 

53i4©.5.3i/2 

53i4@53y2 

62%@o3 

49 ©50 

49 

52 ©521/2 

52 @52y2 
.52i4@53 
.52 

53 

53 .... 
.53 

53 

52y2 .... 
521/2 .-. 

52i/2@5;i 

53 

153 

;53i/2©53?4 
i53y2 --.- 

'.5314 .... 



58 

58 

57 

55i4@56y2 

55 ©5514 

541/2 .. 

541/2 .. 

54 

50 ©51 

51 

531/2 .... 

531/^ .... 

,55 

531/2 .... 

53 

54 

54 .... 

54 

53 ©5314 

53 

531/2 .... 

531/2 .... 

531/2 .... 

54 

.54 

5314 .-.- 



No. 2, 

Dec, 

per bu. 



591/2 .... 

59V2 ---- 

5814 ---- 

1 58 ©581/2 

57 

5614 - — 

1.561/2 ..-- 

[56 

52 ©5314 

.521/2 .--- 

155 

i55 

J561/2 .... 

1.55 

154 

!55%@55^ 

;55i/2 ---- 

15514 .... 

i.55 

i.54 ©5414 

55 

.55 

m 

,5.514 .-- 
!55ii, -... 



Lard. 



December, 
per 100 lbs. 



Januarv, 
per 100 lbs. 



5 95 @5 9714 
0871/2 



6 00 ©6 a5 

5 87i/2@6 021/2 

' 5 87y2@5 9214 

---: 5 77y2©5 90 

5 72y2©5 75 5 77y2©i5 921/2 

5 85 ©5 921/2 

5 70 ©5 75 5 85 ©5 90 
5 75 ©5 m 5 82i4©5 921/2 
5 75 ©5 8214 5 87i/2©5 921/2 
5 80 ©5 85 5 92i/2@5 95 
5 85 ©5 871/2 5 97y2@6 00 
5 85 ©5 871^; 5 95 ©6 00 1 

5 87'/2 r: 5 95 ©5 9714 

5 871/i - ' 5 97i4©6 00 ' 

5 77y2@5 80 ! 5 80 ©5 90 
5 72i/2@5 75 ; 5 80 ©5 82y2' 

5 7214 ■ 5 80 ©5 821/ 

5 72i/2@5 77 : 5 82i^@5 87 Vj 
5 82i/2@5 8714: 5 87y2©5 95 ' 

5 80 5 87y2©5 90 

5 80 - 5 85 ©5 871/, 

5 77i/2@5 mi 5 85 ©5 92y 

5 821/2 5 87y2©5 90 

5 85 ©5 8714 o fS ©6 00 
5 82y2©5, 85 . 5 92i/2©5 97yo 
5 82i^©5 85 • 5 92%@5 95 



Short Rib Sides. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



6 62i4@6 721/i 
6 62y2©6 65 
6 50 ©6 621/2 
©6 371/2 i 
©6 37/2! 
©6 68/2! 



November, 
per 100 lbs. 



5 95 

6 25 



5 15 
5 16' 



5 15 



50 
70 
70 
60 
70 
75 
70 
70 
70 
70 



©6 721/2: 
@6"86'"' 



@S 90 
©6 80 



©G 90 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

6 75 
6 821. 
6 80 

6 871/2" 

68714 

6 80 

6 80 ©7 00 
6 80 ©6 90 
6 37i4(rt!6 50 
6 25 ©6 35 
6 00 ©6 65 



December, 
per 100 lbs. 



Jauuarv, 
per 100 lbs. 



Live Hotis. 



Per 100 lbs. 



5 27i4@5 
5 10 ©5 
4 97i4@5 
4 85 ©5 

4 92i4©5 

5 02i4©5 
5 02v,(«:5 
5 02i4@5 
5 05 ©5 
5 07y2@5 
5 13i4@5 
5 05 ©5 
5 0714 .. 
5 07i4©5 
5 00 ©5 



56 ©5 

92y2@o 

95 

00 ©5 

95 ©4 
5 00 

5 0214 - 
5 00 ©5 
5 02i/2@5 
5 10 ©5 
5 10 



35 
30 

07/2 

021/^ 

02y2 
071/2 

05 
10 
10 
10 
15 
12/2; 

ib" 
121.4 

00 ; 
00 



02 i4 
9714 



3 40 
3 50 
3 60 
3 60 
3 &5 
3 .50 
3 .50 
3 .50 
3 65 
3 80 
3 75 
3 60 
3 50 
3 60 
3 m 
3 70 
3 50 
3 50 
3 .50 
360 



021/2 
10 

121/2 



©4 50 
©4 60 
©4 65 
©4 60 
©4 65 
©4 50 
©4 50 
©4 40 
©4 60 
©4 80 
©4 75 
©4 60 
©4 45 
©4 .50 
©4 .55 
©4 65 
©4 40 
©4 20 
©4 10 
©4 15 
©4 15 
©4 15 
©4 05 
©4 00 
©4 10 
©4 10 






168 



DAILY CUR RE XT PRICES during the month uf Xorember, 1886, 

months (it Sellers' 



Wheat. 



COKN. 



Date. 



1. 

3. 

4. 

.5, 

(i. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
II. 
12. 
IS- 
IS. 
It). 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
22. 
23- 
21. 
25. 
2tJ. 
2T. 
29 
30. 



Xo. 2 
Si.riiis, 

fusil, 
per bn. 



r2-'8(rr-r4i^ 

r2-'4(rft73i4 
73 (o:Ti% 

73''„fS:73^,i 
73 'a (7/ 74 ■■>8 
73-'8(r/.74is 
73'. , (5.73 's 
73'., .... 
73'8(a73Vi 
73>.i .... 
73'2(«73'a 
73'8<5;73?(i 
73'^ .... 
7'3-U@.74 
74-s .... 
74ii(??;74f8 
74ii@74-?8 
7414 .... 

74 " ;;]; 

74-8 .... 

7t)''8 

7o!/2(??.76ii 



Regular, 

No. 2, 

December, 

per bu. 



74's(r/- 
75 (?/ 
74i.i(?/) 

74'.;(r/ 

74-'«('' 
74 '8 (T/ 
74'v(f' 
73'8fr' 
7-4i4(r^: 
7'3'8frt 

74 fT/i 
73''8'('' 
73?4(f' 

74i.i.(r/i 

74?^^ 
74!4@- 

74?g@ 



751.; 
74ai 

74^4 
74 '8 
74'i 
7514 
7518 

7414 
7434 

74 -'a 

741, 

74^4 

7518 

74^'8 

7434 

751.4 

75U 

75 

74^b 



74i:ift75 
75i4((i7B''s 

75ii@76?.i 



Regular, 
No. 2, 

January, 
per bu. 



75''s(??)76i'8 
75^4(5 7tj'B 
75 @75;i 
75 ((?i75'8 
75i.i(??:75;4 
75 (T/.To'i 
75'/2^f 75''8 
75 (S 75-^4 
74i2@75i8 
74'8€?T5;'8 
74'2(??75 
74 ''a ^'74^8 

74'-o(r?),75i'4;. 

74;/2@.75 

75 @75''8 

75-''8@75'r 

75i.i(??,75''8 

74''8(??:75i/2 

74'8fe75i.i 

74i/2(5i75" 
75i8(a75-^i 
=5771.1 



76 '4^7 



Regular, 

No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 

81 ^8(SK2='8 

81'8(V7 81?.8 

81'8(rt«l'i 
81 ■■«(rf 81 ''3 
811.1(7' 81 '3 

81i8@82 
80?s(f?)*<l 1.1 
81 f/81 ',4 
80?8@81i8 
801. ;(?? 8118 

8()"„(r/8i-'g 

8<)-i4(?>82ia 
8(Pi(r/81i.i 
81 1 1(7(81 ■' , ' 
81 '3(7/8213 
81 '.-,(7(82 '8 
81 ■'a#82 
8r«8(7>)81?i 



No. 2, 
Cash, 
per bu. 



*5?4(f?!3658 
3t) 0M% 
;i558(f/36 
;^^4(S)3tii8 

:«i8(8'35ii 
35 's 

a5;'8®35?8 

a5i4 

35 @a»^k 

@.35i4 
@36i4 



45 

;% 

36 
36 
3(j 

3614 - 
363,i: . 

36^3 - 



No. 2, 

December, 

per bu. 



37 
375 
SC- 



SI (ffi81-'8 3678 ©371 8 

81-'8(f7)«2i8 37 

82i.i(«:8;^^4 , 37i^@37;4 

8;-J eoM^s 3714 .... 



mm 

8(('i371;i 



36?4(«'37 

36'8(??^«'8 

36'4(@36''8 

36J4@36K, 

36 @36^8 

36 (336% 

35'^8@36 

35?4(rt:36 

3t) (?|36?i 

36-''8#i7 

36i;@365^ 

36K2@36i'i 

36i/2@36% 

36i'2@36'^ 

36i;;(f?:'.36''8 

36-2® 37 



36''b(«'37 
37 (7/37 
3718(7? 37' 2 



No. 2. 

January, 
per bu. 



37''a(3;Wi8 

37-;'4(r/:wi4 

37 (3 37!4 
37 (7/37"'g 
37 (rt37-U 
36 1. ,(7/. 37 
36 ■8(7i' 371.1 
36i.,(a36"s 
361.1(7/36 's 
36?8(f'3634 
36 C'36-'a 
36 (7/36ii 

3()'"f7/37i8 

3()l,(7/37-J8 

361,(7/3718 

36 ''3(5 37} 8 

36-iC(J5;37 

86'8(??37i4 

36-'4:f?'37i4 

36-'4e37-'a 



B(f/37'' 
1(7/ 37^. 

37l4(«:37,'^ 

37'iC'3« 



No. 2, 
Year, 
per bu. 



Mkssi Pokk. 



Laud. 



Date. 



Cash, 
per barrel. 



December, 
])er barrel. 



January. 
I)er Ijarrel. 



February, 
per barrel. 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



December, 
per 100 lbs. 



1. 

3. 

4. 
' 5. 

6. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
22 
23] 
24. 
25. 
26. 



29. 
30. 



8 90 (R, 9 17'.; 

9 07'.;(7/ 9 35 
9 30 (7/, 9 45 
9 35 Or, 9 40 

9 171.; 

i 9 25 

9 25 (7/ 9 30 

9 25 

9 12'i{?/i, 9 30 

9 a5 

9 45 (77 9 .57'.; 

9 50 

9 45 

9 45 (7/ 9 471; 

9.55 

9.52'^ 

9.50 

9 47'.; 

9 47'i 

9 ()0 

9'72'; .-WW. 

975 

9 90 (7/ 10 25 
10 00 (glO 17'; 



8 97' 
) 12' 
» 30 
) a5 
) 15 
t 25 
I 20 
) 12' 
t 17' 
» 32' 
I 45 
) 45 
) 45 
) 40 



.(7/, 9 17' 
,(7/ 9 40 
(7/, 9 40 
(a. 9 40 
(7/ 9 25 
(Tc. 9 27' 



.(7/ 9 15 

,(7/ 9 30 

,(7/ 9 40 

(7/ 9 60 

(Ti. 9 50 



I .50 
I .50 
» 45 
) 47' 
t 55 



(7/ 


9 47'., 


(7/' 


9 .55 


(7/-. 


9 BO 



(7/ 9 47'.: 
,(7/ 9 50 
(7/ 9 60 



t 50 (7/ 9 72' ; 

) 75 (7/ 9 80 

) 90 (7/10 25 

) 00 (7/ 10 15 



9 95 (gilO 
10 00 (T/IO 

10 15 (aio 

10 17i'2(??>10 

9 97i.i(fJ10 

10 02'.;(7/:10 

10 05 (7/10 

9 95 (7/10 

9 85 (7/10 

9 97'>(7/10 

10 (H) (?/,10 

9 !)5 (3)10 

10 02' 2(310 

9 97'2(3 10 

10 071/2(3 10 

10 10 (310 

10 07'4(3 10 

10 07' 2(3-10 

10 10 (310 

10 10 (3il0 



12'; 
:» " 
37h, 

a5 

15 
25 

10 
021 2 

02'.; 

10 
15 

I'*'! / 

10 

10 

17ii 

20 

10 

10 

15 

35 



10 20 @10 37 
10 a5 



10 10 @,10 
10 20 (gjlO 
10 17!4 .. 
10 05 (3 10 
9 97i<;(3 10 
10 1214(3.10 
10 12!'2(7/10 
10 10 (310 
10 12'.;(7/:,10 
10 07V„57!.10 
10 17i'»(7/:l0 
10 20 "(3jl0 
10 17i.;(7/10 
10 15 (3 10 
10 20 (7/ 10 
10 25 (7/10 



20 

2714 

10" 

07'; 

15 

221; 

25 

17'2 

17ii 

271 o 

271 2 

20 

20 

22'; 

421., 



5 80 (3)5 871.4 

5 itO (3)5 95 I 

5 92^2(3)5 a5 i 

5 95 (3^5 97'; 

5 82'-!;@5 92'4 

5 87'4 1 

5 90 

5 9214(35 95 

5 JK) 

5 90 (35 92141 

5 iH) ' j 

5 !«'; I 

5.it0 I 

5 iKJ j 

5 92'; . i 

5 ifcji; 

5 !«) 

5 90 

5 !K) (35 Sh.":. 

5 9214(3:5 95 



5 87U(77; 
5 9212(3 



97 '.,r// 
971. ,(3 

82 '4^.: 

871-; 
87 '4(3 
H"'4(3; 
90 



) iK) 
6 00 
6 00 
t) 00 
5 92i4 



5 90 
5 9214 



•y 
5 
.5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

5 90 

5 90 (35 9254 

5 90 

5 90 

5 90 

5 92'; 

5 92'., 

5 SW) 

5 90 

5 90 (T/:; 
5 92'i(7/; 



/o 92!^ 
^5 95 



10 20 (3:10 .521 
10 471,(310 ()0 
10 571. ,(3 11 (K) 
10 65 (3)10 95 



10 m (310 60 
10 .57'. ,(7/ 10 70 
10 671,(311 10 
10 75 (7/11 05 



5 92'2(S5 95 
5971/2 

6 00 (36 05 
6 05 (3i6 10 



5 '.Kl (35 95 

5 95 (3 5 9714 

5 97 "2(7/6 05 

6 02;4C':6 07 !4 



169 



for the Leadiufi Speculative Articles, Cash, and deliverable in succeeding 
Option (IS to time. 



Oats. 



No. 2, 

Cash, 

per bu. 



257g@26i4 
26 @26;.8 
25M@26 
25fi ..... 
25f-8@25M 
251/2 .... 
255'8@26 
2(5 ©261^ 
257^ .... 
259^@25,-'8 

25"^^ 

2.5;4 .... 

2tj 

26 

25?^ --.. 

26 @26J4 

26ii@26?^ 

26K2 ■-... 

26%@.26i/2 

261/2 __.. 



No. 2, 

Dec, 

per bu. 



27 ©271^ 
27 @2738 
26?'s^2678 
26 5^ _.-. 
26->8@26i£ 
261/2 .... 
26«g _ — 
2638@26?^ 
26^!8 _.-. 
26?8@26i/ 
261.4 .... 
26y8@26i4 
26%@26;/2 
26i-8@26% 
2614 .... 
26i.4@263^ 
26ii@2638 
26?8@26i4 
2614 ---- 
26ii@26?^ 




27 @27-?8 
27i.^@27i 
26M@2' 
26^8 .... 
267^ -._. 
26/2 ---- 
26?i .... 
26?8 .... 
26«8@26-78 
26/2@267!i 
26I4 ..-- 
26i4@26?8 
26i/2@265^ 
26%@26i/2 
26% .... 
26% .... 
26?8@26i4 
26i4@2673 
26 
26?8@26?4 



26f8@26?i 
2694 .... 
26?£@27 

267s@27ii 



26i/2@26?^ 
26% .... 
26%@27 
26M@2Vi^8 



26?i@2' 

26 

2678@27V8 

267^@27ii 



Lard. 



Jaimarv, 
per 100 lbs:. 



February, 
per 100 lbs. 



.5 95 @6 
6 00 @6 
6 021/^(5)6 
6 05 @6 
5 92/2@6 
5 97/2@6 
5 95 @5 
5 95 @5 
5 92i/2@5 
5 95 

5 95 @5 
5 92/2@5 
5 92ii@5 
5 95 



00 
05 

10 I 
10 I 
02Hi 
00 I 
971/2! 
971/2 
95 



971/0 
971/2 
95 



5 9714(^6 00 
5 97i/2@6 00 

5971/2 

5 95 

5 97i/2@6 
5 97i/2@6 



00 
021/ 



6 00 @6 021/2 
6 02i/2(;?.6 05 
6 05 @<a 1214 
6 10 @6 15 

/ — 



6 15 

6 02i/2@6 
6 ()2i<,@6 
6 05 

6 02i/2@6 
6 02/2 . . 
6 02i4@6 
6 02i/2@6 
6 0214 .. 
6 02i/,@6 
6 02V2@6 
6 05 @;6 
6 05 @6 
6 05 

6 021/2 .. 
6 021 .,@ 6 
6 07i4@6 



I2I2 
05 

65" 

65"" 
05 

6.5" 
05 
07% 
071-4 



05 
10 



6 07i/@6 10 

6 12/2 _ 

6 12i/2@.6 221/2 
6 17'/2@6 22^2 



Short Rib Sides. 



LiVK Hoc 



Cash, 
per 100 lbs. 



December, 
per 100 lbs. 



January, 
per 100 lbs. 



5 10 @5 15 

5 15 @5 30 

5 20 @5 80 

5 25 @5 30 



February, 
per 100 lbs. 



Per 100 lbs. 



12i4@5 15 

1214 ^ 

10 i 

15 ! 

17'4@5 20 '■ 
5 15 (gj5 171^ 
5 15 (??5 3712 
5 12i.,(5;5 171 ^i 

5 22'. 

5 20 @5 224 
5 15 @5 1714 

5 15 

5 ]7'4 

5 25 @5 30 



mo 

@5 
@5 
@5 
@5 
@5 



15 

20 

20 

25 

10 

15 

15 

12i4@5 
5 12;2@5 
5 17y2@5 
5 20 (ff;5 
5 12i<;(g5 
5 17^4@5 
5 15 @5 
5 27ii@5 
5 20 @5 
5 17i4@5 
5 15 @5 
5 15 @5 
5 22i/2@5 



20 
321/2; 

321/2 
321-2 
221^ 
17I2 

1.5" 
15 

221-;; 

25 ' 

20 

20 

20 

35 

271 :; 

20 ' 
20 

221.. 
30 



50 

40 

.50 

.50 

.50 

30 

3 .35 

3 40 

3 40 

3 40 

3 40 

3 50 

3 .50 

3 50 

3 65 

3 60 

3 75 

3 .50 

3 60 

3 60 



25 
35 
5 40 
.5 45 



o 



@5 m 
@5 .371 
(55 571 
@5 .55 



5 27iJ@5 37I2 
5 37ii.@5 421-2 
5 42i/;(?7:5 60 
5 47ii@5 571-2 



3 40 
3 35 
3 45 
3 45 



(fiA 10 
%\ 00 
@4 10 
@4 (!5 
(§3 95 
@8 75 
@.3 m 
(fiA a5 
(§3 80 
(g.3 75 
@.3 80 
@.3 90 
@4 00 
@4 05 
@4 10 
@4 15 
@4 00 
@4 00 
@4 00 
@.4 00 

@4"(B 
@4 10 
@,4 10 
@4 20 



3^£jj3^Si^&?.., ■. 



.t•i;^j^^4>..^^g;>^;.i^^^ijJJi^^KiK.:':a^:,^ad?^:^ . 



170 



DAILY CUB BE XT PUJCES (hiring the vumfh of December, 1886, for 

motifhs (it Sellers' 



Wheat. 



COISN. 



Date. 


No. 2 




Spring, 




Cash, 




per bu. 


1 


7.i'8(?i;76=8 


•1 


77 (rt).78i4 


.3 


77''«tS),T8'4 


4 


78 fff-:rQy8 


f) 


77?4@.78?C 


1 


7B78@78^ 


8 


7614(51771-^ 


9 


7t)''8(rti77'4 


10 


77'^@78i4 


11 


77-'ii@78 


13 


77-'8@77J8 


14 


7ti'8(«j.77?4. 


1.5 


7() @77 


16 


7<):'8@77?i 


17 


76:=8@76?| 


18 


7Gi4@76-% 


30 


75'"-8(a,76 


21 


7.5^8®75?i 


o.> 


7(i'.;@76% 


2.3 


77'o(??!77?i 


24 


77'.,(r/:.77T8 


ao 





27 


77'2 


28 


77'-;;(??)~8--'8 


2<) 


78--'8 .... 


30 


77-''4 (3)785^ 


31 


79^'8(«-T9'/2 



Kegular 

No. 2. 

January, 

per bu. 



76i/2@'77i/2 

77?4@79 

78i^@79?4 

7834@7934 

78?i@795^ 

775g@79 

76':'i@78 

77 ©78^ 

7B%(<ix79ys 

78''ivOl79 

7T:'g(?7)78i/2 

7'^%,®,78i/2 

76V4@,779rf 

77'^v^,78 

77}^(??77?J 

76?8(??).77i4 

7Ci4(??),76?i 

7.5r8<5'76 

76i4@77i4 

77l^(f?)78 

77%@78 

77ii(??'-.77J8" 
77>8(r/78io 

77'8(R)78?4 
79i.^(S^79?8 



Regular. 

No. 2. 

February, 

per bu. 



'f!e 



@78iij 
179% 



78?'8( 

787^@809^ 

79i/2@80-'8 

79%@80'/o 

78-%®79?4' 

775'8®78% 

78 ©7914 

79i4@79'^ 

79i4®79?4 

78'8@79% 

78i4@79?^ 

77'>^@78'/2 

78i4@79i/J 

78i8@r8i/2 

7778®78 

77i4(5!77% 

76-5g@.77i4 

77i4®78 

78?8®78Ji 

78''8@79 

7H\mH}i 
78'.,fS79i/i 
78^,t(??7978 
7878@7994 
80 @W<, 



Regular 
No. 2, 
May, 

per bu. 


No. 2, 


No. 2, 


No. 2, 


No. 2, 


Cash, 


January, 


February, 


May, 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


per bu. 


a3i4@84i,^ 


37i4@37?8 


37i/2@38i.8 


37J8©38% 


425'8@43i4 


84i4@85% 


37?8@38i4 


38i4®38% 


38?'8@39 


43%@.44 


85i'8@86Ji 


3794@38i4 


38i/^@38% 


38i/2@39ii 


43i4@44i4 


857^@87 


37%(m»ii 


38i8@38^ 


38i/4@39 


43i/2@44i4 


85?4@86i54 


37%@38 


38i.8@38i/i 


38%@387^ 


43i/2©44 


8434@86i4 


37i/2@37% 


37%@38i4 


38i4@385^ 


43i/4©43Tg 


84ii@85% 


m%@37% 


37 @37% 


37?8©38 


42i/2©43-?6 


84i/2@85M 


365^@37 


37 @37?8 


S7%m7% 


^%@mi 


85%@86i^ 


3094@a7i4 


37i/g@37% 


375^©38 


43i4@43i/2 


85 34 ©8614 


36?^@365!i 


36.T^@37i4 


37y2@37?^ 


43 ©43% 


85%@86 


36?8©36J^ 


365'8@37 


37l8©37Vi 


42>4©43 


84:'8@86 


3Ci4@37 


3634@37?8 


37?^@3794 


42q4@43i/i 


84i/8@86i4 


sa^imti^i 


36?^@37 


37i8@37i/2 


42 '4©'.;} 


8434@85% 


SG%@3(JU 


36 J^ ©371/8 


37i4©37i/2 


42?4©i3 


8434@«5% 


365'8©36?4 


3624@37 


37i4@37?8 


424©^ .'S 


84i/2@84% 


36?8®,36i/2 


36?'8©36% 


37i'8@37i4 


42'^.@'i3J4 


83%@84?^ 


36 ©361/^ 


86%@a&% 


36?^@37ii 


42Vi^fZ% 


eS%(^S3% 


a594(?7)36i^ 


36 ©36?^ 


36i/2@36% 


42%mWa 


m%(fiiM?£ 


36^8(a36'/2 


36i4©3694 


36% ©5714 


42/,@.427^ 


845'8®85?4 


36?g@36i/4 


m%mf>% 


m%@37ya 


42%@42^ 


8o%@m% 


361/2 .... 


36i4@36?4 


37 ©371^ 


42i/2@42?4 


ml@m% 


36^^@i7"" 


36%©57i4 


37?g©37% 


42^3@i3% 


a5i/2@B6i/2 


3714 — . 


37i'8©37?^ 


37i/2©37?4 


43i'8©43% 


85i/2©«6% 


3714 .--- 


371/2 .... 


37i/2©377^ 


43i'8@43?g 


85%@86M 


37i/8@37i4 


37i4@^7'-'^ 


37'^@37% 


43i4@43H 


86J8@«7i/2 


37'4 .... 


37-''8@37fs 


3778©38i^ 


43i/2©44 



Mess Pork. 



Date. 



Ca.sh, 
per bbl. 



January, 
per bbl. 



s. 

i). 
10. 
11. 
13. 
14. 

l.T. 

16. 

17. 

18. 

20. 

21. 

22 

2.3.' 

24. 

2.5. 

27. 

28. 

29. 

.30. 

31. 



9 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

n 

10 
10 

11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 



95 ©10 
60 ©10 
70 ©10 



70 

a5 



95 ©11 

80 ©10 

60 ©10 

75 ©10 

00 

85 

80 ©10 

00 

20 ©11 

371-2©11 

374©!! 

17% ... 

40 ©11 

.50 ©11 

.30 ©11 

22i,i©ll 

.35 ... 



00 

a5 

721. 
82' 



&5 



25 
50 
40 



50 
.55 
40 
25 



!lO 
11 
10 
11 
11 
11 
10 
10 

11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 



55 ©10 
00 ©11 

8714© 11 
02 1/2® 11 
10 ©11 
00 ©11 
87 ^©11 
95 '^©11 
20 ©11 

121/2©11 

10 ©11 
17U©11 
.32 "2(^1 
45 (T/U 
35 ©11 
27i/4©ll 
37'/2(?7)ll 
47'/o(r/ll 
;i5 (fT^ll 

22 1^2® 11 
40 (Trll 



92 !4 
22 1/2 
15 
20 
30 

2714 

05 

1214 

35 

.30 

171/2 

271/2 

.52 '4 

0214 

.55 

421/2 

60 

60 

521/2 

.30 

45 




10 m ©11 02 ^ 

11 10 ©11 32;/2 

10 97i/2@ll 25 

11 17i4©ll 271/2 
11 22i4@ll 40 
11 10 ©11 ,35 
11 00 ©11 15 
11 07i^©ll 2214 
11 30 ©11 45 
11 22'/2©ll 3714 
11 20 ©11 30 
11 ;iO ©11 40 
11 45 ©11 65 
11 65 ©11 80 
11 50 ©11 6714 
11 40 ©11 .55 
11 50 ©11 7214 
11 57i4©ll 72 1,2 
11 47 14© 11 65 

11 m ©11 4214 

11 45 ©11 m 



11 27 



11 37' 
11 .35 



/2©11 471/2' 
©11 371/2 [ 



11 .50 

ii".37i4©ii'46" 



'4 



11 62 
11 90 
11 80 



11 8214 

ii'52i4 
11 70 



6 00 ©i5 12'/^ 
6 ]7;4@6 20 I 

6 15 ! 

6 20 I 

6 20 
6 15 
6 00 



©6 2214 
©6 20 
©6 1214 
6 02i/^@6 05 

6 10 

6 07i/2©6 10 
6 07i/2@6 10 
6 07i^©6 10 
6 12'/2©6 15 

6 1714 

6 221/^ 

6 20 ©6 2254 

6 20 

62214 

6 20 

6 17!4 

6 20 _ 



6 10 ©6 171/^ 
6 20 ©6 25 
6 17i/2@6 221/4 
6 22i4@6 25 
6 2214©* 271/4 
6 17i4©6 25 
6 07i4©6 171,4 
6 07i/2©6 1214 
6 15 ©6 1714 
6 15 ©6 171/4 
6 12i/4©i) 15 
6 15 ©6 20 
6 17i/4©6 25 
6 22i4©6 2714 
6 22i4©6 30 
6 25 ©6 2714 
6 25 ©6 271/4 
6 27i4©6 30 

6 25 

6 20 ©6 25 
6 25 ©6 2714 



.' 11 
.■ 11 
.! 11 
.i 11 
12 



T.-i 

.50 

85 

50 ©12 20 

25 



70 ©11 77"2 
82i.;©ll 9714 
87'o©12 02 '4 
90 (?v 12 22U 
20 (ff 12 ;i5 ' 



11 65 ©11 95 

11 97i/4©12 15 

12 02i4©12 20 
12 00 ©12 35 
12 32i4©12 521-;; 



11 a5 ©12 00 
i2'2.5" '.V.'.V. 



12 .50 ©12 57 '4 



6 m 6 &5 ©6 3714 

m 6 37i/2©6 40 

6 ;i5 6 .37i4©6 42i4 

() 50 6 45 ©6 52V4 

6 57'2 6 52i4@6 60 



:.Jk 



171. 



Hie Leading Speculative Articles, Cash, and deliverable in succeeding 
Option as to time. 



26M@37 

27 @2ri4 

2678@27 

2678@27 

27 

263^ -.._ 

26?8 -- 

261/2 ---- 

2698@26?.8 

26i4@2t)i/4 

25?i@26 

25 'g 

253i@2578 

25?i ---- 

26 

257g 

253i@25% 

25%@257i 

2578 .-_ 

2578 ---- 

2578 --- 



Oats. 



No. 2, 

Cash, 
per bu. 



No. 2, 

Jan., 

per bu. 



Ko. 2. 

Feb.; 

perbu. 



No. 2, 

May, 

per bu. 



Rye. 



No. 2, 

Cash, 
per bu. 



No. 2, 

Jan., 

per bu. 



271^1 



267^@27i8 
271.^(3)371. 

27 ( 

27i^@27i4l - 

27i'8 I -- 

26^@27 1 27 
26M@26'8i -- 
26i^@26?i! -- 
26?s@26^ii .. 
26i4@26y2i .. 

2o78@26i8' 
257' 

25k@257^ 
257^ .... 
26 

2578 — - 
25M@257g 
25^@25.'^ 
257s - — 
257^ .... 
2578 --- 



31 @31?« 531/2 

31i4@31i4 531^ 

31ig@31i/2i54 

31 -fg^jSl 1/2 1541/2 

, 31^8@31^^i54i/2 

: 31 14@81 1^541/2 

:31 @31i4i54i4 

3i)?|@31i/8|54i/2 

31 @31i4!54 

30'?;^@31i^ 54 

305^@31 

303^@31 



54 

54 



2514 

261^' 



803^@307^ .54 



...i3078@31 

...!307^@31 
"14: 307i@31 



30^@3078 53 



54 

531/2 

531/2 



30?.C@30.?8 
307^@31 
30,'^@31 
31 



.53 
53 
53 
53 



.54 

.54 

541/2 

.55 

55 

55 

55 

.55 

541/2 

54% 

541/2 

54H 

541/2 

1541/2 

1 54 

'54 

53 

53 

53 

53 

53 



Barley. 



No. 2, 

Feb.. 

per bu. 



No. 2, 

Cash, 

per bu. 



No. 2, 

Jan.. 

per bu. 



No. 2, 

Feb., 
per bu. 



'52i4@53 

.53 

53 

!53i/2 .... 

54 

54 

'54 

.53i/2@5378 

53?£(g:54 

5314 ---- 

.53i4(«J54 

52i4@/>3i/2 53 

521/2 

521/2 

5214 



.53 

5314 

.531,4 

541/2 

.5414 

.541/2 

5414 

5414 

.54 

.54 

531/2 



.54 
.54 



@54i 



.52 
52 
52 
.52 
.52 
51 



53 

.53 

.52i4@.52?i!.... 

.521/i .... .5.314 

.52 

.52 

52 



51 @.5i;'2.52 



•52?i 

.53 

.53 



26 .... 26 .... 2614 
26 ....26 @26i-^ .... 
26i4@26% 26i,i@26^j 261/2 
26I4 .... 2614 ....'261/2 
261/2 ....• 26ii@26i/2 '• 261/2' 



31 (ff),Sli4i,53 
31i4@'31?8|53 
.31i4@.31?8:.53 
...i 31 14@.31 38,53 



.53 
.53 
53 
53 
.53 



51 

51 14 
.5114 
.52 
.5214 



51 

.5114 
.51i'2 
52 
5214 



. .52 
/.52 
.52 
. .53 
. .5;^ 



(r7;r)2i4 



Lakd. 



Short Rib Sides. 



February, 
per 100 lbs. 



6 25 (^6 

6 27i/2fe6 
6 27i/20>8 
6 30 @6 



@.6 
@6 
@6 



6 30 
6 25 
6 15 
6 15 _ 

6 221/2(5*6 
6 22i4@,6 
6 20 @6 
6 22i/2@6 
6 27i/2@6 
6 82i/@6 
6 32i4®6 
6 35 @6 
6 35 @6 
6 32i4@6 
6 32i4@6 
6 30 @6 
6 32i4@6 



271/2 
321/2 
30 
35 

37141 

a5 I 

271/! 

20 ! 

271/21 

25 I 

22141 

271/' 

321/2 

371/ 

371/2 

371/2 

371/2 

371/2 

35 

321/2 

.35 



March, 
per 100 lbs. 



6 30 

6 a5 @6 371/2 

6 35 @.6 40 
6 37i4@,6 40 
6 37i/2@6 45 
6 35 @,6 40 
6 22i^@6 321/4 
6 25 @6 2714 
6 30 @6 35 
6 30 @6 a5 
6 30 @)o .3214 

6 S214 

6 35 @6 40 
6 40 @6 471/4 
6 40 @6 45 

6 421/2 

6 45 @6 471/2 

6 45 

6 42i4®6 45 
6 37i/4@6 4254 
6 42i/2@6 45 



6 40 @6 421/4 
6 42i/4@6 50 I 
6 45 @6 50 i 
6 52i/4@6 62% 
6 60 @6 671/i; 



6 50 ®6 5214 
6 52i4@6 5714 
6 .57i/4@6 60 
6 60 @6 70 
6 70 @6 75 



C-ash, 
per 100 lbs. 



January, 
per 100 lbs. 



42i4@5 55 
57i'^@5 671/2 
55 ©06214 
60 @5 65 
65 (cbn 671/4 
5 5214^5 621/2 
5 40 @5 .5214 
@5 55 
@5 6714 
@5 621/2 
@5 60 
(5:>5 6714 



50 
65 
60 
55 
65 



671/2(3:5 75 
75 (B:5 80 
67i/4@5 7314 

671/2 

75 @!> 80 
75 @5 80 
67i/4@5 70 
57i4(g5 60 
70 



February, 
per 100 lbs. 



March, 
per 100 lbs. 



Live Hogs. 



42i/2(®5 
60 @b 
55 <g3 
62i4@5 
67i4@5 
57i4(^ 
471/2(^5 
52i/2(®5 
70 ©5 
65 @5 
5714(95 
&5 @x> 
75 @o 
80 @5 
75 @a 
72i4(g5 
77i/2@5 
80 @5 
75 @5 
62i/i@5 
75 @S> 



571/2 

70 

65 

671/4 

72'/, 

671/, 

571/^ 

60 

75 

70 

60 

75 

80 

90 

8214^ 

75 ' 

871/2! 

871/2! 

85 I 

67141 

80 



5 50 (3!5 
5 67i/2(gi5 
5 67i4(§i5 
70 @i5 
75 @5 
65 @5 
521/4(3)5 
60 @5 
75 ©5 
72;4(35 
65 @a 

75 <ff:5 

82i/4(g5 
90 (rt.5 
821/4(5-5 
80 (55 
871/2(^0 
92!.4(g5 
85 @5 
70 @5 
85 @S> 



621/ 
75 
7.5 
7.5 



771/4' 

7254' 

6214: 

65 I 

8214' 

771/2! 

721/2: 

821/2, 

90 

971/2' 

90 I 

871/2! 

9714 

9714 

921/4 

80 : 

90 j 



5 80 @5 85 
5 87i4(gi5 95 
5 90 1 

5 87i/4(a6'62i/2 

6 05 : 



5 &5 @5 9214' 
5 97i/4(g« 05 i 
5 95 @6 0714! 

5 95 @6 12/2 1 

6 15 t 



5 92i/2@,6 021/2 

6 071/2(56 15 
6 05 ©6 15 
6 05 (5:6 20 

6 20 ®6 2714 



Per 100 lbs. 



3 50 

3 55 

3 55 

3 55 

3 55 

3 50 

3 45 

45 

45 

45 

50 

50 

65 

70 



3 75 
3 70 
3 70 
3 75 
3 75 
3 65 
3 00 

3 "75 
3 80 
3 80 
3 80 
3 90 



@,4 15 
@,A 20 
@,4 30 
@4 25 
@,A 30 
@4 30 
(5:4 25 
(g,4 25 
(5(4 40 
@4 40 
((^4 40 
(^4 40 
(5)4 55 
@4.55 
@A 55 
@4 45 
@4 60 
@,4 60 
@^4 60 
@4 50 

@Am 

@4'66 
@4 70 
@4 80 
@4 85 
@A 95 



■jiii^i£iifiifM-}Ji!l'i^ii,sgiSia,<ii!^,iji,;:^iiS^^ 



ss'A^£L^:t^^b££Jk 



■,?3w 



172 



RECEIPTS AXD SHIPMENTS OF SEEDS 



During the year 1S8G, by routes. 



Routes Received and Shipped by. 



Lake 

Canal 

Chicago & >< orth-Westeni Railway _ . _ 

Illinois Central Railroad " 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad 

Chicago & Alton Railroad .._ 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Hailroad 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad 

Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Railway 

Chicago & St. Louis Railroad 

Cineiuuati, Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chicago Railroad 

Wisconsin Central Railroad. 

Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Railroad 

Michigau Central Railroad 

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway 

Pittsburgh. Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway 

Chicago, St. Louis & Pittsburgh Railway ..". 

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 

Chicago & Grand Trunk Railway 

New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad 

Chicago & Atlantic Railroad 

Totals 



Flax 


Seed. 


GUASS 


Seed. 


Received, 


Shipped. 


Received. 


Shipped, 


bushels. 


bushels. 


pounds. 


pouuds. 




3,,572,&56 




54,600 
66,127 


8,729.850 


2,,541.ioi 


9.437 


14..309.915 


1.614.624 


499.;]2 


203.107 


7.168.393 


4,-348.842 


248,900 


4..507 


3.691,200 


1,4.5-3.715 


849,:i32 


535 


10,274.409 


41.5,043 


109.784 


4t>4 


446,930 


2.59,190 


12.10.3 


5.986 


1,250,690 


l,a50.42r 


2,718,915 


3,364 


18,425.817 


1.. 552,127 


110,971 


97,5.36 


2,7.54.-365 

26,000 


462.938 




135,726 


200.490 


^8,409 


141 


""mto 


'Ym.m 


l',63'4'96i 


212 


178.4.58 


391 ..540 


7,638.431 


991 


7.50,897 


908..369 


8,473.806 


411 


]:i0.219 


27,(.K)0 


.3.27(».194 




849,972 




1.440,0-38 




146,703 




1.60(i,2.57 




11.3.;303 


1,194,914 


6.023.1.54 




146.610 


236.227 


3,-327,919 




334, WO 
6,692,590 


61, .577, 117 


6,049,366 


7,092,573 


60,459,291 



RECEIPTS AXD SHIPMENTS OF SEEDS 



During the year ISSG, by months. 



Mouths. 



January . 
February 
March .'.. 
April 



May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 

October 

Novenil)er . 
Uecenilter . 



Flax 


Seed. 


Grass 
Received, 


Seed. 


Received. 


Shipped, 


Shipped, 


bushels. 


bushels. 


pounds. 


pouuds. 


:i37,163 


174,708 


3.:380.129 ' 


3,028.899 


232,541 


14.3.514 


6.-580,446 


4.887.56;i 


212.168 


255,058 


10,294.016 


8.578.867 


99,205 


7.57,805 


4,390.282 


9,6-5-5.^38 


68.262 


347,495 


l,itt)1.1.50 


3,192.-582 


181,9.56 


18()..521 


1,786,410 


1.-338.945 


1(59.871 


186.317 


698.141 


1,-389.410 


7-52.775 


329.16:3 


5..5()9.098 


6,297.666 


1,319,240 


1.053,4it4 


13.0.50.267 


12.240,516 


1.865.-371 


1.445.().36 


6.878.120 


4.566.974 


1,276.848 


1.326.770 


3,489,645 


2,279.874 


577.173 


48(),109 


3,.5-59.413 


3.002,057 



Totals I 7,092,-573 I 6,692.-590 1 61,577,11^ 



60,459.291 



J_.U..v. 



173 



PRICES OF SALT AXD SEEDS 



For eacli iveeJc during the year 1886. 



Week Ended 



Jauuaiy . . 



Februiuy . 



March 



April 



IMav 



June 



-Tulv . 



August 

September 



October 



November _ 



December . 



January (1887). 



•2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

r- 
i 

14 
21 
28 

4 
It 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 





Salt. 






American 


Liverpool 


Choice 


Clover. 


Fine. 


Fine, 


Foreign. 


Good to 


per bbl. 


per sack. 


per ton. 


C'lioice. 


95 


'1 28 


9 50 


5 25 (o. 5 45 


95 


1 30 


9 50 


5 45 ®, 5 80 


95 


1 30 


9 50 


5 .55 (??, 5 80 


95 


1 30 


9 50 


5 (iO @ 5 90 


95 


1 30 


9 50 


5 80 (5; 5 SX) 


95 


1 .33 


9 50 


5 85 0\ 5 95 


95 


1 ^i 


9 50 


5 90 (rt. 6 05 


95 


1 33 


9 50 


6 05 @i 6 35 


95 


1 33 


9 50 


35 ft 6 a5 


95 


1 35 


9 50 


6 15 (m 6 60 


95 


1 35 


9 50 


6 40 @ 6 65 


95 


1 a5 


9 50 


6 30 @ 6 40 


95 


1 35 


9 50 


6 20 ®i, 6 35 


a5 


1 35 


9 50 


6 15 @ 6 25 


95 


1 a5 


9 60 


6 10 @ 6 25 


95 


1 35 


9 50 


6 05 @, 6 15 


95 


1 35 


9 50 


6 10 @ 6 35 


90 


1 35 


8 50 


6 12V^@. 6 35 


90 


1 35 


8 50 


5 50 @ 6 00 


90 


1 85 


8 50 


5 50 @ 5 55 


90 


1 33 


7 25 


5 30 @. 5 55 


90 


1 28 


7 25 


5 25 @ 5 50 


90 


1 28 


725 


5 25 @, 5 50 


90 


1 28 


7 25 


5 25 


90 


1 28 


7 25 


5 25 


90 


] 28 


7 25 


5 25 


90 


1 25 


7 00 


5 25 


90 


1 25 


7 00 




90 


1 25 


700 


6 05 @ 6 10 


90 


1 25 


7 00 


6 10 (S 6 50 


85 


1 22 


7 25 


6 25 @ 6 40 


85 


1 20 


7 25 


5 90 @ 6 10 


m 


1 20 


7 25 


5 60 @i 6 00 


85 


1 20 


7 25 


5 50 


a5 


1 17 


7 00 


5 25 @ 5 50 


85 


1 20 


7 25 


4 80 @, 5 00 


&5 


1 20 


7 00 


4 60 @ 4 80 


85 


1 20 


7 00 


4 40 ^ 4 50 


80 


1 20 


7 25 


4 40 ® 4 60 


80 


1 22 


7 25 


4 55 @ 4 ()0 


80 


1 22 


7 25 


4 50 @, 4 60 


80 


1 22 


7 25 


4 30 @, 4 50 


80 


1 22 


7 25 


4 25 @ 4 30 


80 


1 25 


7 25 


4 30 


80 


1 25 


10 25 


4 30 (??. 4 35 


80 


1 28 


10 25 


4 25 (5: 4 35 


80 


1 28 


10 25 


4 35 (« 4 55 


80 


1 28 


10 25 


4 40 @ 4 50 


80 


1 28 


10 50 


4 40 (rt, 4 50 


80 


1 28 


10 50 


4 .50 (g 4 65 


80 


1 30 


10 50 


4 60 ©: 4 65 


80 


1 30 


11 00 


4 60 @ 4 70 


80 






4 50 (?? 4 05 



Seeds. 



Timothy, 
Good to 
Choice. 



68 @,] 
67 (§.; 1 
75 @ 1 
70 @, 
74 @ 

74 @. 
90 @ 

75 (fh 
70 @, 1 
75 @, 1 
50 @ 1 
40 @ 1 
50 @, 1 
65 @, 



70 @, 1 



50 @, 
70 0), 
65 di 
70 @, 
70 
65 @ 
63 @ 
60 @. 1 
60 @ 1 
68 @ 1 
65 @ 1 
70 @ 1 

a5 @ 2 

2 00 @ 2 

2 05 ((^^ 2 

2 05 @, 2 

2 00 @,2 

98 (?^2 

98® 2 

75 @2 

75 @, 1 

70 @, 1 

80 ©J 1 

65 @. 1 

65 @ 1 

62 @ 1 
60 @. 1 
55 @ 1 
50 @ 1 
65 & 1 

63 @ 1 
67 @ 1 



68 @. 
70 (3; 
73 Q. 
73 @ 
75 @. 
72 @. 



72 

74 
83 
79 

as 

95 
00 
02 
95 

a5 

85 

94 

85 

Si 

84 

80 

83'/ 

85 

80 

75 

70 

&5 

65 

65 

75 

75 

73 

04 

15 

07 

07 

06 

10 

12 

07 

98 

ft5 

95 

90 

87 

78 

72 

65 

72 

72 

()7 

71 

75 

78 

82 

85 

90 

90 



Flax. 
Good to 
Choice. 



07 (?5) 1 

06 (n 1 

05 (g 1 
04 ® 1 

06 @ 1 



08 
08 



09 % 1 



08 
07 



06 @ 1 
09 @ 1 

07 m. 1 

04'/2(gi 1 
04 @, 1 



01 
04 

02 



@ 1 

@. 1 
® 1 



02 @ 1 
041/2® 1 
04 V^® 1 
04 @ 1 

a5 @ 1 

07 @ 1 

08 @ 1 

08'^® 1 
1 

08 ® 1 
091/2® 1 

121/^® 1 

111/2® 1 

12 ® 1 

14" i@ 1 

09 ®, 1 
091/2® 1 
08 14® 1 
0714® 1 
O814® 1 
O81/2® 1 
0314® 1 
01 @ 1 
98 @ 1 
96 li® 
96 m 
961/2® 
91 @. 

91 ® 
9214® 
90 @ 
9014® 
9214® 

92 @ 
92 @, 



12 
13 
13 

131^ 

1254 

12 >4 

121^ 

1214 

10 

1114 

1114 

12 

0714 

07 

ft5U 

06 

05?4 

06 

05 

06 

07 

071/. 

08 

O814 

09 

08^ 

10?« 

1214 

171; 

14 

14 

16 

121/i 

I2I2 

101.4 



10 

0914 

08 

031^ 

0214 

98 14 

98 

9714 

96I4 

95 

94 IS 

93 ' 

93 

^ 

94 

94'., 



i^Srf*-.!it"rS^^ 



174 



RECEIPT8 AXD SHIPMENTS OF WOOL AND HIDES 

During the year 1886, by routes. 



Koutes Received and Shipped by. 



Lake 

Canal - 

Chicago & Xortii-Western Railway _ 

Illinois Central Railroad 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad 

Chicago & Alton Railroad . . .". 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad 

Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Railway .-. 

Chicago & St. Louis Railroad 

Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chicago Railroad 

Wisconsin Central Railroad _ .- 

Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Railroad 

M ichigan Central Railroad 

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway 

Pittsburgh, Fort M'ayne & Chicago Railway 

Chicago, St. Louis &" Pittsburgh Railway . ."_ 

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad " 

Chicago & Grand Trunk Railway 

Xew York. Chicago & St. Louis Railroad 

Chicago & Atlantic Railroad 



Wool. 



Received, 
pounds. 



235,400 

ll',471^5i3 

1,0«6.121 

3,827,250 

7,169,266 

3,659,050 

115,100 

3,895,312 

1,818,994 

23,365 

10.160 

15,140 

4.830 

.314,8:31 

842.773 

1.000 

78,.563 

"i5L3i2 
81,601 



Totals - ;S4,781,587 



Shipped, 
pounds. 



3,823,200 

"900^567 

2,014,130 

162,240 

187,500 

237,900 

80,839 

1,330,173 

1,529,065 

l.isi 1.570 

'6'9'9^206 
6,994.870 
7.436,006 
3,164.-390 
3,9.54,310 
491.829 
2,676;252 
l,;i85,656 
2,965,185 



41,214,882 



Hides. 



1,098,7*5 
385,240 



85,980,953 



Received, 


Shipped, 


pounds. 


pounds. 


1,514,600 


7.50,500 


17',329;684 


11,0321640 


6.269.306 


2.382,310 


13,718.529 


91.510 


17.014,192 




7,150,120 


82,9(')6 


110,425 


1,337.720 


7,370,.532 


7,8.50,510 


3,949,234 


2,489,678 


121,-355 


6,500 


3-38,114 


1,0()2,710 


108,4,o0 




199.590 


748,050 


7,191.205 


15,305,227 


1,, 580, 142 


18,313,115 


471.500 


20,496,457 




6,552,511 



19,318,012 
9,477,402 

15,486,711 
2,2*3,585 



135,018,048 



RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS OF WOOL AND HIDES 

Dariny the year 188G, hy months. 



Months. 



Wool. 



Received, i Shipped, 
pounds. ' pounds. 



Januarv 736,578 

February. 779,340 

.March .548,985 

April I 478,260 

May 1,782,182 

June ! 8,727,757 

July ! 12.249,415 

August I 4,541,749 

September ! 1 .287,279 

October. 1 1,768,-3.37 

November ! 1,119,418 

December i 762,287 



I 



Totals ■ 34,781,587 



1,350,351 
1,254,202 
1,-323,591 
1,155,139 
1,557,502 
5,766,592 
12,969,694 
5,474,728 
3,410,054 
3,030,292 
1,963,990 
1,958,747 



Hides. 



Received, 
pounds. 



6,a52,971 
6,852,-508 
8,176,195 
6,891,641 
5,910,100 
7,410,251 
7,127,511 
5,772,028 
6,500,621 
7,651,589 
8,014,537 
8,821,001 



Shipped, 
pounds. 



11,044,574 

9,149,555 

10,803,902 

10,474,442 

7,939,800 

11,561,012 

9,550,505 

11.382,031 

12,787,202 

14,967,539 

12,675,387 

12,682,099 



41,214,882 i 85,980,953 ! 135,018,048 



..■ ^^^kJaik:-. ■ > 



175 



PRICES OF WOOL AND HIDES 



For each week during 18S€. 



vVeek Ended. 



January — 3 

' 9 

16 

i 23 

i 30 

February _ (5 

— ■ i 13 

i 20 

27 

March 6 

13 
20 
27 

April 3 

10 

I 17 

__. 24 

May 1 

I 8 

1.5 



June 



July . 



August . 



22 
29 

5 
12 
liT 
26 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
2.5 

2 

9 
16 
23 i 
30 i 

6 I 
13 
20 

27 

December I 4 

! 11 

18 
25 



September 



October 



November. 





Wool. 






Hides. 




(Compiled by W. A. Allen & Co.) 


(Compiled by H. C. Tillinghast & Co.) 


Common 


Common 


\ Common 


Dry Flint 


Green Salted 


to 


to Fine and to Fine and 


Prime. 


Prime, 


Extra Tub 1 


Medium 


Medium 


per 


lb. 


per 


lb. 


Washed, i 


Fleece, 
per lb. 


Unwashed, 
per lb. 










per lb. ; 


Upper. 


Sole. 
18 


Cows. 
10 


Steers. 


28@35 


26@v35 


18@2- 


16y» 


10 


.. 


__ 




16V, 


18 


9?i 


10 


.. 




i 


10 


18 


9M 


10 


.. 


.. 


i 


16 


18 


W2 


9?i 


. - 




-- 


16 


1714 


9'/2 


9'i 


.. 


_. 


; 


1.514 


17'4 , 


9W 


9I4 


__ 


-- 




151/2 


ir!4 


9J4 


a'i 


__ 


__ 




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176 



RECEFPTS AXD SHIPMENTS OF COAL 



Diirhig the year 1886, hy routes. 



Routes Eeceived aud Shipped by. 



Lake - - ' 

Canal - 

Chicago &. Xorth-Westeni Railway ■ 

Illinois Central Railroad 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Kaihvay 

( hicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad \ 

Chicago <& Alton Railroad - | 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad j 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Kail road j 

Wabash. St. Louis & Pacific Railway ; 

Chicago & St. Louis Railroad 1 

Cincinnati, Indianaj)olis. St. Louis & Chicago K. K 

Wisconsin Central Railroad 

Louisville, i^ew Albany it Chicago Railroad 

Michigan Central Railroad 

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway 1 

Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway 

Chicago, St. Louis &" Pittsburgh Railway 

Baltimore & Ohio ttailroad : 

Chicago & Grand Trunk Railway .- ! 

New York, CJhicago & St. Louis Railroad 

Chicago & Atlantic Railroad .^ 

Totals -■*-> 4,05(),018 



Received, 


Shipped, 


tons. i 

1 


tons. 


9*5.326 


1,634 




4,304 


551 ! 


388,734 


38,097 ! 


34,419 


lti,()75 


40,275 


3,785 : 


140,111 


671,787 1 


as, 169 


472,168 


5,906 


22,251 


21.5.413 


112,4.53 


7,863 


72,906 


12,640 


6,817 : 


135 




9,044 


2'49.4(')8 


1,091 


142.252 


937 


255,618 


3.679 


55,163 


674 


278.244 


958 


280.873 


18 


39,471 


4,271 


164.840 


2;M 


239,333 


707 



906,205 



RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS OF COAL 



During t/tc year ISSO, by mouths. 



Munths. 



Received, 
tons. 



.lanuarv 392,232 

Februarv 259,448 

March 222,845 

April 317,186 

May 376.270 

Jiuie 315,242 

July 382,146 

August 354,616 

September 398,997 

October 427.122 

November 445,303 

December ; 464,611 

Totals... 4.0.56.018 



Shipped, 
tons. 



76,815 

69,224 

53,622 

37,579 

27,372 

34,117 

a3,63() 

87,977 

80,108 

100,909 

110,160 

144,786 



906,205 



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177 



CURRENT YARD PRICES FOR COAL 

(DELIVERED IN CHICAGO ON CARS) 
For each month, during the year 1886. 



Months. 



January... 
February.. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 
October ... 
November. 
December 



Pittsburgh 
Coke. 



Erie and 
Briar Hill. 



$4 25 
4 15 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
15 
25 
35 
50 



Wilmington. 


S2 10 


2 10 


2 10 


2 00 


2 00 


1 90 


2 00 


2 10 


2 10 


2 10 


2 10 


2 25 



Hocking. 



$3 00 
8 00 
2 90 
2 80 



75 

90 

90 

90 

00 

3 10 

3 10 

3 20 



Anthracite. 



$6 20 
6 20 



20 
25 
25 
25 
25 
38 
50 
75 
75 
75 



Minonk. 



BALED HAY. 



Current Prices, by Car-load Lots, for each month in 1886. 



Months. 



No. 1 
Timothy, 
per ton. 



January __! 11 50@12 00 

February | 11 00@12 00 

March _. 11 00@12 00 

April ! 11 50@12 00 

May .! 10 00@12 00 

June -.--' 8 50@10 00 

July 9 00@11 50 

August.. 10 00@12 00 

September 10 00@11 50 

October < 9 25@10 50 

November i 9 50@11 00 

December ; 9 50@10 50 



No. 2 

Timothy, 

per ton. 



10 25@10 50 

10 00@10 50 

9 50@10 50 

10 00@10 50 

8 50@10 25 

7 50@ 8 00 

7 50@ 8 50 

8 50@ 950 
8 50® 9 50 
8 00@ 8 75 
8 25® 9 00 
8 00® 9 00 



Mixed 

Hay, 

per ton. 



8 50@9 00 

8 50@9 00 

8 50@9 00 

8 50@9 00 

7 00@8 00 

6 00@6 50 

6 50@7 00 

00@8 00 

50@S 00 

00@7 50 

50@8 00 

00@7 50 



Iowa I 
Uprnd Prairie,; 
per ton. 



8 .50@11 00 
8 00@10 00 

7 00® 950 

8 00@10 00 
8 00@11 00 
7 00® 9 50 

7 50® 925 

8 50@10 50 
8 00@10 00 

7 50® 950 

8 50®11 00 
8 50@11 00 



No. 1 
Prairie, 
per ton. 



6 50@,7 50 
6 50@7 00 
6 00@6 50 
6 00@6 50 
5 .50@6 00 
5 00@5 50 

5 00®6 00 

6 00®6 50 
6 00@6 50 

5 00@5 50 

6 50@7 00 
5 50@7 00 



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178 



BEAXS AXD POTATOES. 



Current Prices for eo^h week during 1886. 



Week Ended 



January 'Z 

9 

l(i 

__ __. 33 

-- 30 

February <> 

13 

...-.--- - 21) 

---- 27 

March _ ._ fi 

.-- 13 

3(1 

_... 37 

April 3 

--- 1(1 

- 17 

34 

May - 1 

s 

lo 

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June - - - ' 5 

13 

-- 19 

--- 3t) 

July ---- ---- 3 

- in 

--- -- 17 

24 

- 31 

August - 7 

--- 14 

--- - 21 

- 28 

September 4 

n 

1H 

---- 2o 

October 2 

il 

1(1 

- 33 

30 

Noyember ti 

13 

30 

27 

December _ _ 4 

11 

- 18 

25 





Beans. 


- - 


P()TAT( 

Burbauks, 


?:s. 


Medium. 


Navy 


Early Rose, 


per bu. 


per bi 




pel 


• bu. 

. . 

p, 60 


per bu. 




1 50 




55 


55 


47 @ 50 





1 50 


i 50 @ 1 


.55 


59 (fi,. 62 


48 (ft,, .50 




1 .50 


1 50 (3. 1 


.55 


(10 (T/ (« 


53 (fi), .56 





1 40 


1 45 m 1 


.50 


(10 ((il (13 


50 (f?!. .53 





1 40 


1 45 (a. 1 


,50 


60 


46 ^. 48 


1 30 (Tf 


1 a5 


1 35 @ 1 


40 


60 (f5: 62 


46 (S,. 48 





1 25 


1 


*t 


55 


46 (fi). 48 





1 30 


1 


:i5 


.55 @, 58 


48 (R). .52 





1 25 





30 


.53 (ff>. .55 


48 @. 50 




1 20 


1 


25 


.55 (ft,, 56 


40 0} 42 


1 05 (rt). 


1 15 


1 


20 


56 @. .57 


48 0). .50 


1 05 (3), 


1 10 


1 


15 


53 @ 55 


46 (3-. 48 





1 15 


1 


20 


53 @. .55 


40 (ft,. 45 


i io @ 


1 20 


1 


25 


.50 @, 52 


45 


1 10 (a: 


1 l2v; 


1 20 @, 1 


25 


.54 @. 56 


48 (ft. .50 




I 10 


1 


20 


50 @ 53 


48 (Tt. .50 


1 i() (g; 


I 15 


i 15 ® 1 


25 


40 ((f:. 45 


40 (3), 42 


1 10 (Ti 


1 15 


1 15 ^. 1 


25 


as (?? 35 


25 (Tt, ai 


1 10 (Tr 


10 


1 15 (S) 1 


25 


47 (fix 48 


36 (T/ 32 


1 15 @ 


1 20 


1 20 @ 1 


25 


47 (ft'. 50 


30 (ft. 38 




1 15 


] 


20 


42 (3: 45 


28 (ft 33 


1 15 @, 


I 20 


] 


25 


40 @). 45 


35 (fiy m 


1 15 @ 


1 20 


i 35 (», ] 


30 


a5 @, 48 


35 (rt. 30 





1 m 


1 ;w (Tn ] 


35 


65 (nl 70 


50 (ct. 60 


1 25 («: 


1 :i5 


1 35 @, 1 


40 


.50 (S; 60 


30 (a,, 40 





1 35 


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40 


50 #. 70 


40 (S> .52 





1 15 




30 


45 @, 48 


40 ((?> 42 


1 30 @, 


1 40 


] 


20 


1 75 




1 .50 







1 40 


.. 


20 


1 75 




1 70 






1 40 


1 30 @. 


32 


1 a5 


s 


1 40 


~ 


1 35 @ 


1 40 


1 :iO (gu 


y 31 


1 40 


^ 


1 40 


2 


1 37 @! 


1 40 


1 32 @, 


38 


1 70 


r c 


1 60 


" C" 


1 40 @. 


1 50 


1 38 # ] 


I 40 


1 .55 




1 65 


'" 


1 40 (5) 


1 50 


1 40 ©>, ] 


50 


1 40 




1 .35 




1 40 @. 


1 50 


1 ;i8 («J ] 


45 


1 25 J 




1 50 




1 30 (It: 


1 &5 


1 ;30 @ ] 


I 35 


40 @- 45 


50 (fi:. .55 


1 25 @, 


1 30 


1 25 @. ] 


30 


40 (@. 45 


50 (ft,. 55 


1 25 @ 


1 40 


1 25 (a ] 


35 


50 @ 55 


50 (n), .53 


1 25 m 


1 35 


1 25 @. ] 


I 35 


50 @, 55 


50 @ .55 


1 30 @, 


1 40 


1 30 @, ] 


I 40 


50 @ 52 


50 @ 53 


1 80 @, 


1 40 


1 30 (a> ] 


I 40 


43 @, 45 


40 @ 43 


1 50 @, 


1 55 


1 40 @ ] 


45 


40 @ 45 


40 @ 42 


1 35 @, 


1 45 


1 45 @. ] 


[ 55 


42 @, 46 


40 @, 42 


1 35 @ 


1 45 


1 45 @, ] 


[ 50 


42 @ 45 


41 @ 43 




I 40 


1 ;» (a ] 


I 41 


42 


39 @, 41 


i 35 (3. 


1 40 


1 45 @. ] 


1 50 


38 (^ 43 


38 @ 42 


1 35 m- 


1 40 


1 45 @. ] 


1 .50 


a5 @ 38 


30 (gi as 




1 30 




1 40 


35 @ 38 


40 (^42 


1 32 @. 


1 a5 


i 40 @ 1 


1 45 


44 @ 47 


44 @ 48 


1 30 @ 


1 ;i5 


1 40 (§), ■ 


1 45 


44 @. 45 


45 @ 48 


1 ;w ®, 


1 35 


1 40 @, 


1 45 


44 @. 46 


45 (a 48 


1 30 @, 


1 35 


1 40 @. 


I 45 


45 


@. 46 


40 


(gi 42 



179 



LUMBER STATISTICS. 

Tlie Stocks on hmid in this city on the 1st of January of each of the years named 

below were reported as follows: 



Lumber and 
Timber. 



1875 -- 344.252,275 

1876 -- :i52.587,730 

1877---- 369.381,007 

1878 385.569,024 

1879- ---- i 410.773,860 

1880---- '•• 451,282,059 

1881 497,840.673 

1882 - - .560.416;842 

1883 -- -I 6.5.5,013,520 

1884-- - 635.348;561 

18a5-- 623.910.097 

1886 626.692.473 

1887 - 572.027,112 



Shingles. 



81,019.000 
83,230:750 
97,467,000 
125,640,000 
2OO,750..50O 
190.057;000 
188,722.000 
260.906.494 
299,946.350 
461.930,496 
332.533.611 
428,313.350 
462.329.900 



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 



Pickets, i Cedar Posts. 



2,499.880 
2.360,928 
3,386,617 
2,206.020 
1,106,654 
2,129.760 
1.980.232 
3.784.178 
3,093:990 
1.529:287 
2,528.738 
4,446,752 
2.470,854 



290.5a3 

416,636 

442.319 

380,341 

479.085 

404,730 

63,659 

219.012 

78,034 

397,832 

•397.825 

1,962,947 

303,096 



Receipts and Shipments of Lumber and Shingles, 1886. 



Routes Received and Shipped by. 



Lake _ - _ - 

Canal .-- --. 

Chicago & North-Western Railway 

Illinois Central Railroad - 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad 

Chicago & Alton Railroad 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad 

Wabash. St. Louis & Pacific Railroad 

Chicago & St. Louis Railroad '- _-- 

Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chicago R. R 

Wisconsin Central Railroad -- 

Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Railroad 

Michigan Central Railroad 

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway 

Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway 

Chicago, St. Louis & Pittsburgh Railway 

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad - 

Chicago & Grand Trunk Railway 

New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad 

Chicago & Atlantic Railroad 

Totals _ 



Lumber. 



Received, 
M feet. 



Shipped 
M feet. 



1,427,795 


1,890 


28 


24,214 


29,376 


71,862 


32,916 


53.367 


4,989 


49.500 


4,179 


286.090 


1,914 


123,852 


57,420 


59,180 


31,568 


40.541 


25,012 


68.397 


55 


8,738 


992 


2,005 


9,50i 


1.532 


17.237 


8,024 


18.508 


4,993 


14.759 


9,352 


14.019 


13,459 


8.539 


18,583 


10.209 


5,860 


11,519 


10,384 


11.166 


7,143 


11,285 


13,706 



Shingles. 



1,742,984 



Received. 
M. 



882,672 



762,809 



3,477 
376 
400 



4,928 
100 



Shipped, 
M. 



27.665 i 

412 I 

1.750 1 

1,802 I 



8,320 
246 



i".585 ! 



813,869 



800 

15,994 

3,163 

8,748 

5,900 

46,784 

4,937 

2,719 

1.40t 

10.253 

111 

331 



976 
929 

1.087 

1.282 

445 

476 

201 



102,102 



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ALL RAIL FREIGHTS EASTWARD. 

The following were the published Tariff Rates for Freight on Commodities named, from 
Chicago by All Rail to the several points indicated, in car-load lots : 



From Chicago to the Points named below. 



New York, N.Y 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Baltimore, Md 

Boston, Mass 

Hartford, Conn 

Providence, R. I , 

Portland, Me 

Montreal, Can 

Prescott, Can 

Toronto, Can.. , 

Suspension Bridge, N. Y 

Buffalo, N.Y. 

Albany and Troy, N. Y.. 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Wheeling, W. Va... 

Bellaire, Ohio 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Scranton, Pa 

Wilmington, Del 

Washington, D. C 

Alexandria, Va 



January 1 to 
December 19. 1886. 



December 20 to 
December .31, 1886. 




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foreiCtN freight rates. 

The following shows the through Rates of Freight (in cents per 100 lbs.), monthly, on 
Flour and Promsions, charged in 1886, from Chicago to points named, ship7)ienfs 
being all-rail to seaboard, and thence by steamer: 




Liverpool 

Liverpool 

Liverpool 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

London 

London 

London 

Antwerp 

Hamburg 

Amsterdam . ( 
Rotterdam .. j" 
Copenhagen .. 

Stockholm 

Stettin 

Bordeaux 



Grain. ' 

Sacked Flour 
Pro vision s...i 

Grain 

Sacked Flour! 
Provisions . . . 

Grain | 

Sacked Flour; 
Provisions . . . 
Provisions . . . 
Provisions _ _ _ 

Provisions . . . 

Provisions... 
Provisions . . . 
Provisions - . . 
Provisions ... 



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.3344 
.40®. 4687 
.4197 
.4188 
.5250 
.4110 
.4047 
.5250 
.5250 
.50 

.55 

.58125 
.6094 
.5875 
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.3925®. 4206 
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.3906 
.4688 
.4110 
.3765 
.5250 
.5050 
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.3906 

.4%9 

.3672 

.3906 

.4688 

.5250 

.51 

.55 

.58125 
.60M 
.5875 
.55 



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.6094 
.5875 
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.5250 i 

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.3922 
.3906 
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.4285 
.4188 
.5250 
.4969 
.50 

.55 

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.58125 
.5750 
.5750 



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Goods. 



July. 



August. 



Sept. 



October. 



November. December. 



Liverpool 


Grain 














Liverpool 


Sacked Flour 


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.2925 


.2925 


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.4128®,. 4628 


Liverpool 


Provisions . . . 


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.5250®. 5531 


.5250®. 5550 


Glasgow 


Grain 


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.3497 


.3760 


.4110 


.4285 


.4197® .4697 


Glasgow 


Sacked Flour 


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.3625 


.3625 


.4188 


.4328 


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Glasgow 

London 


Provisions . . . 


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.5260 


.5109 


.5812 


.5812 


.5812®. 6312 


Grain 


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.3847 


.3760 


.4197 


.4547 


.4635®. 5135 


London 


Sacked Flour 


.4047 


.3625 


.3766 


.4047 


.4468 


4328@.4828 


Loudon 


Provisions . . . 


.5531 


.5250 


.5531 


.5812 


.6.375 


.6375®. 7175 


Antwerp 


Provisions. -. 


.4969 


.4969 


.4969 


.4%9 


.5531®. 5812 


.58 13®. 6313 


Hamburg 


Provisions . . . 


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.5250 


.50 


.50 


.51 


.5250®. 5750 


Amsterdam . i 
Rotterdam .. j' 


Provisions... 


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.55 


.55 


.5750 


.5750 


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Copenhagen .. 


Provisions. . . 


.5531 


.5250 


.5250 


.5250 


.58125 


.58125®,. 63125 


Stockholm 


Provisions.-. 


.6094 


.6094 


.6094 


.6094 


.6094 


.6094®. 6594 


Stettin 


Provisions . . . 


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.5750 


.5750 


.5750 


.60 


60@.65 


Bordeaux 


Provisions . . . 


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.5750 


.5750 


.5750 


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Receipts axd Shipments. 

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Comparative Statement of Arrivals and Clearances for a Series of Tears. 
List of Vessels Built in the District in 1886. 

" " •' Owned in Chicago that were Lost in 1886. 

" " •' Owned in ChicTago. 



The following Statement shows the Dates of the Opening of Xavigation at the Straits of Mackinac 
for thirty-two years. The last clearance for Buffalo in 1886 was on Dec. ]. 



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1855 Mav 1 186() April 29 3877 _ April 20 

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1857 Mav 1 1868 April 19 1879 April33 

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1861 April 2.5 'l 1872 April 28 1883 April 28 

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STATEMENT 

Of Numher and Tonnage of Vef-se/s whic/i Arrived in the District of Chicago during 

the year 1886. 



Months. 


Vessels in the 
Coasting Trade. 


Foreign Vessels 
from Foreign Ports. 


American Vessels 
from Foreign Ports. 


Aggregate Vessels 
Arrived. 


No. 


Tonnage. 


No. 


Tonnage. 


No. 


Tonnage. 


No. 


Tonnage. 


January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September... 

October 

November... 
December ... 


14 

8 

21 

490 

1,169 

1,68S 

1,615 

1,687 

1.577 

1.494 

1,029 

126 


8,995 
5 203 

10,015 
135,206 
441,234 
567,926 
569.254 
583,503 
.557,461 
523.508 
382,543 

r)7,101 


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19 
22 
28 

'1 

8 
106 


'2.676 
8,786 
9.379 

11,076 
5.604 
3,084 
2,601 


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27 
22 
30 
20 
15 
4 


"6s674 
8,502 
6,971 
8,937 
5,246 
4,363 
1,070 




14 

8 

21 

490 

1,196 

1,729 

1,659 

1,745 

1,611 

1,517 

1,041 

126 


8,995 
5,203 

10,015 
135,206 
449,984 
585,214 
585.604 
603:516 
568,311 
530,955 
386,214 

57,101 


Totals... 


10,913 


3.841,949 


43,206 


138 


41,163 


11,157 


3,926,318 



STATEMENT 

Of Xtiiitbcr and Tonina/c of Vex-sch which Cleared in the District of Chicago during 

the year 1886. 



iMonths. 


Vessels in the 
Coasting Trade. 


Foreign Vessels 
to Foreign Ports. 


American Vessels 
to Foreign Ports. 


Aggregate Vessels 
Cleared. 




No. 


Tonnage. 


No. 


Tonnage. 


No. 

""40 
62 
69 
56 
68 
57 
43 
9 


Tonnage. 


No. 


Tonnage. 


January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

Julv 


13 

8 

28 

705 

1,174 

1,614 

1,603 

1.650 

1,556 

1435 

885 

37 


8,780 

5,203 

7,799 

235,287 

443,977 

545,883 

572,156 

574.349 

536.178 

504,764 

329,961 

15,951 

3,780,288 


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18 
S 
9 


""'346 
2,772 
7,!571 
8,588 
9,315 
7,580 
2,523. 
3,082 


'12^460 
21,378 
20,852 
17,434 
20,738 
17,384 
14,427 
4,022 


13 

8 

28 

746 

1,243 

1,700 

1,679 

1,741 

1,631 

1,486 

903 

37 


8,780 
5,203 
7.799 
248,093 
468,127 
574,306 
598,178 


.\ugust 

September... 

October 

November... 
December ... 


604,402 
561,144 
521,714 
337.065 
15,951 


Totals... 


10,708 


103 


41,777 


404 


128,695 


11,215 


3,950,762 



CO^rPARATIYE STATEMENT 

Of Arrivals and Clearances at the Port of Chicago for Seventeen Years. 



Years. 



1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 



Arrivals. 



Vessels. 



Tonnage. 



12,7.39 
12,320 
12,824 
11,858 
10,827 
10,488 
9,021 
10,2:33 
10,490 
11,859 
13,218 
13,048 
1.3,:K1 
11,967 
11,3.54 
10,744 
11,157 



3,049, 
3,096, 
3,059, 
3,225, 
3,195, 
3,122, 
3,089, 
3,274, 
3,608, 
3,887,' 
4,616, 
4,5.3:3, 
4,849, 
3,812, 
3,756, 
3,653, 
3,926, 



265 
101 
752 
911 
6.33 
004 
072 
333 
5.34 
095 
%9 
55S 
9.50 
464 
973 
936 
318 



Years. 



1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
188:3 
1884 
1885 
1886 



Clearances. 



Vessels. 



12,433 
12.312 
15,5:31 
11,876 
10,720 
10,607 
9,628 
10,284 
10,494 
12,014 
1:3,302 
12,957 
1.3,626 
12,015 
11,472 
10,798 
11,215 



Tonnage. 



2,983,942 
3,082,2:35 
.3,017,790 
3,338,803 
3,1.34.078 
3,157,051 
3,078,264 
3,311,083 
3.631,139 
3,870,300 
4,5.37,382 
4,228,689 
4,904,999 
3,980,873 
3,751,723 
3,652,286 
3,950,762 



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191 



LIST OF VESSELS 



Built in the District of Chicago during the year 1886. 



Class. 



Kame. 



Tug Leo 

" - Mary A. Miuter. 

" F. O. Earnshaw. 

Propeller Vernon 

Schooner Laura Miller 

Propeller (Fire Boat ) . . - Geyser 



Total 6 Vessels 



Gross 


i Net 


Tonnage. 


Tonnage. 


;i4.<i8 


17.49 


23..T8 


11.79 


m.m 


]t).66 


fiM.M 


m)A\ 


.5.5.«i.3 


.52.95 


143.20 


71.tJ0 



985.65 



r30.90 



LIST OF VESSELS 



Belonging in the District of Chicago, Lost during the year 1886. 



Class. 


Xanie. 


Net 
Ton'ge. 


Esti- 
mated 
value. 


Am'nt 
Ins'rd. 


Nnmb'r 

of lives 

Lost. 


When and Where Lost, etc. 


Propeller 


A. Booth 


58.14 


320,000 


$10,000 


none. 


Sunk in Lake Superior, August 27, 1886. 


Schooner 


Geo. M. Case . - - 


327.27 


17,000 


8,000 


3 


Sunk in Lake Erie, October 14. 1886. 




John Bean, Jr.. 


148.90 


■2,.500 


none. 


none. 


Stranded near Muskegon. Michigan, 
September 30, 1886. 




J. F. Tracy 


132.16 


1,000 


i; 


:i 


Sprung a leak and foundered near Beaver 
Harbor, Lake Michigan, Sept. 1, 1886. 




Helen _. 


113.62 


2,000 


■■ 


7 


Foundered in Lake Michigan, Novem- 
ber 6, 1886, with all on board. 




Ellen Sprj- 


518.40 


22,000 


15,000 


none. 


Foundered near South Manitou Island, 
Lake Michigan, November 6, 1886. 




Belle Walcridge 


257.13 


.3,000 


none. 


fct 


Stranded near Sheboygan, Wisconsin, 
Lake Michigan, November 22. 1886. 




Metropolis 


2*3.64 


7,000 


4,000 


it 


Stranded near Mission Point. Lake 
Michigan, November 2.5. 1886. 


" 


Coaster 


77.01 


2,000 


none. 


ih 


Foundered 25 miles off Chicago, July 
18, 1886. 




South Haven.. - 


114.(B 


2.000 


4; 


(t 


Stranded near Bluffton. Michigan. No- 




Citv of Sheboy- 










vember 18, 1886. 




gan. 


246.55 


9,000 


4,500 


11 


Stranded near Big Back Point, Drum- 
mond Island, Mich.. November 5, 1886. 


Tot£ 


il, 11 vessels 


2,226.87 


$87,500 


*41,500 


10 



192 
LIST OF VESSELS 

Owned in the District of Chicago, December ,il, 1886. 



Names. 



Net 
jTonnage. 



Propellers. 

A. Booth 

Albert Soper -_. 

Annie Laura 

Bessemer 

Carrie E. Ryerson 

Charles Rietz 

City of Duluth 

City of Fremont 

City of New York. _.- 
Emma E. Thompson. 

F. E. Spinner 

Flora 

Favorite 

Fayette 

Geo. Dunbar 

Geyser 

Ida M. Torrent 

J. E. Rumbell. 

Jav Gould. I 

J. L. Hurd 

Dean Richmond 

Josie Davidson 

Lucille 

M. Brand... 

Minnie B. ^ 

Michael Groh 

Monitor 

Oswegatchie 

Peerless. 

Robert Holland 

R. A. Seymour, Jr 

St. Joseph 

Solon H. Johnson 

Vernon 

W. H. Alley 

Welcome 



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36 Propellers 

Tugs. 

A. Burton 

A. A. Carpenter 

A. B. Ward 

A. G. Van Schaick . 

A. S. Allen 

Alert 

Alpha 

Alfred Mosher 

A. Miller 

BlackBall, No. 3... 

Bessie M 

Brothers 

Bob Teed 

C. M. Charnley 

Calumet 

Chas. W. Parker ... 

Chicago 

Commodore 

Crawford 

Chas. Ilalladay 

Charm 

Charmer 

D. L. Babcock 

E. P. Ferry 

Edith 

Edward Shelby 

F. O. Earnshaw 



58.14 
324.77 
175.43 
440.27 

30.65 
168.76 
912.43 
.557.93 
209.58 
176.23 
777.57 

17 91 

32.72 
243.40 
138.58 

71.60 
218.68 

54.57 

a36.76 

.592.65 

1.257.23 

19.55 
116.17 

25.9;i 

10.76 
209.74 

96 51 
280.15 
913.10 
:M9.99 
103.80 
169.39 
100.03 
.560.41 

39.92 

11.3:3 

10,2a5,63 



12.74 
19.23 
15. ;m 
19.94 

7.10 
11.68 
43.32 
18.87 
17.37 
18.56 
24.89 
12.17 
22.61 
41.98 
24.% 
18.21 
20.39 
20.36 
18.25 
16 53 
18.79 

8.30 
12.60 
18.21 

7 73 
13.62 
16.66 



Names. 



Net 
.Tonnage. 



Tiiis. 

Francis B. .-Viiderson. 
F. H. Stan wood 

F. S. Butler 

Prank R. Crane 

Flossie Thielcke 

G. W. Gardner 

Geo. B. McClellan ... 

Gertrude 

J. Miner 

J.H. Hacklev 

J. V. Tavlor 

J. Sheriff.. 

John C. Ingram 

J. W. Hahn. 

J. W. Parmelee 

Leo - 

L. B. Johnson 

Lorena 

M. Shields 

Mariel 

Mentor 

Meteor 

Minna 

Munson 

Monitor 

McCormick 

Mary McLane 

Martin Green 

M. P. Harrison 

Mav A. Minter 

O. B. Green 

Omega 

Protection 

Pearl 

Pearl B. Campbell .. 

R. Prindiville 

Rebel. 

Robbie Dunham 

Robert Tarrant 

Satisfaction 

Success 

R. W. Currie 

T. H. Camp 

T. T. Morford 

Thomas Hood 

Tom Brown 

Twilight 

Union 

Linele Sam 

Viva 

W. L. Ewing 

W. H. Wolf 

William Rollar 

William Maxwell . . . 
Welcome 



15.41 
10.83 
19.45 

8.49 
14.75 
26.60 
13.03 
13.12 
15.68 
22.59 
30.13 
10.95 
15.16 
17.88 
15.. 33 
17.49 
19.27 
17.36 
17.47 
18.17 
11.50 

7.78 
17.ft3 
13.04 
18.92 
11.64 
20.15 
11.99 

11.79 
28.48 

8.09 
30.02 
13.23 
11.11 
13.39 
14.50 
17.10 
20.74 
18.12 
13.38 
18.19 
44.72 
44.87 
19.73 
18.91 
31.99 
18 82 
12.43 
15.01 
21.96 
21.33 
14. Il- 
ls 41 

4.49 




Steam Caxal Boats. 

Fearless 

Frolic 

Imperial 

Jac k Robertson 

Joliet 

Montauk 

Mohawk Belle 

M. Talcott 

Nashotah 

Novelty 

Niagara 

Pallas 

Peerless 

Old Rock. 

San Pedro 

Victor — 

Welcome 

Whale 



Net 
Tonnage. 



77.16 
68.17 
63.27 
66.24 
76.34 
73.04 
69.19 
96.88 
72.52 

170.92 
71.72 
64.62 
73.33 
54.33 
60.16 

101.29 
65.14 
56.82 



26 Steam Canal Boats 

Side-wheel Steamers 

Grey Eagle 

Grace Grummond 

Belle of Ottawa 

George Sy)angler 

4 Steamers 

Steam Yachts, 
under five tons. 

Barney 

Dora 

Ernie .M. 

Elm 

Harry D 

Joppa _ --- 

Joseph Lester 

Katie O'Neil 

Rambler 

Sidney S 

RiverQueen 

Cleopatra 

Tiny 

Nina 

14 Steam Yachts 



82 Tugs 1,443.88 



Sloops. 

' Douglas 

1 Frolic 

! Nora 

i Phantom 

j Rambler 

Sadie 



Steam Canal Boats. 

Advance 

BandC 

B. J. Moore 

Belle Chase 

China 

Danube 

E. H. Heath 

Excelsior 



78.92 
71.34 
107.87 
11.92 
.54.88 
71.74 
75.85 
92,87 



6 Sloops . 



Yachts. 
Glad Tidings . . 

Idler ....; 

Viking 

Wasp 



1,946.03 



156.23 
98.35 
10 61 

1.59.34 

424.43 



2 82 
3.00 
2.74 
3.00 
2.00 
3.00 
2.00 
3.24 
1.00 
3.00 
1.85 
1.94 
.34 
1.36 

31.29 



10.86 

7.97 

5.40 

5.99 

12.98 

13.63 

56.82 



44.45 
80.40- 
89.28 
39.56 



4 Yachts 



353.69 



193 



Names. 



Schooners. 

A. Bradley 

A. E. Vickery 

A. J. Mowry 

Adirondac 

Adriatic 

Agnes L. Potter _ _ 

Alice 

Alice M. Beers - 

America 

American Union 

Annie Dall 

Antelope 

Arctic _ 

A. P. Nichols 

Apprentice Boy _ 

Australia 

B. F. Wade 

Barbarian _ 

Bay State 

Belle Brown 

Bertie Calkins 

C. Amsden 

C.O.D - 

C. Michelson 

C. North 

C. A. King 

C. G. Mixer 

C. J. Eoeder 

Cascade 

Carrier 

Charley Marshall 

Charles Lnling 

Chas. P. Minch 

City of Chicago 

City of Green Bay 

City of Grand Eapid.*. 
City of Grand Haven _ 

Citvof Erie 

C. H. Hackley 

Clara 

Clipper Citv 

Col. Ellsworth 

Commerce 

Coral 

Cuyahoga _ 

Curiosity _ 

Condor 

Chenev Ames _ 

DelosbeWolf 

Duncan City 

Elgin 

E. J. McVea. 

E, M. Stanton 

E. P. Rovce --.. 

E. R. Blake 

Eagle Wing 

Edna 

El Tempo 

Emeline 

Emily B. Maxwell 

Ebenezer __ _ 

Eva Fuller 

Ellen Williams 

F. L. Danforth 

Fleetwing 

Florence Lester 

Flying Cloud 

Pour Brothers 

G. D. Norris 

G. D. Dousman _ . . 

Gesine 

George A. Marsh 

George 



Net 
Tonnage. 



181.93 
277.25 

178.87 
277.07 
122.66 
265.21 
296.83 
146.48 
2.57.21 
516.18 
142.06 
30.42 
176.13 
284.69 
198.47 
151.49 
140.63 
282.71 
236.92 
207.03 
243.33 
174.88 
256.27 
1-30.59 
102.60 
300.30 
279.37 
124.14 
215 39 
177.92 
208.48 
208.61 
387.80 
310.82 
329.06 
214.67 
190.91 
309.54 
207.13 
221.11 
119.92 
303.01 
Sir 06 
109. &5 
230.67 
12.77 
29.00 
283.48 
292.14 
200.. 38 
809.51 
276.86 
157.97 

236. as 

191.01 
252.17 

36 41 
157.62 
121.51 
343.31 
159.20 
217.43 
277.76 
679.39 
304.12 
251.94 
242.97 
188.29 
251.70 
262.64 

94.24 
166.13 
750.93 



Names. 



Schooners. 

Geo. L. Wrenn 

Geo. M. Case 

George Steel , 

Glad Tidings 

Golden Fleece 

Grace M. Filer 

Guiding Star 

H. Rand..- 

Halsted 

HattieHutt 

Helen Pratt 

Higgle 

Homer _ 

Horace H. Badger 

Hattie Earl 

Horace Taber 

Harriett Ross... 

Herschel 

Ingeborg M. Forest . . . 

Ida Keith _. 

Iver Lawson 

J. B. Wilber 

J. V. Jones 

J. V. Taylor 

i Jason Parker 

! Jack Thompson 

Jennie Mullen 

Jesse Phillips 

John Bean, Jr 

John Kelderhouse 

John Mark 

John Miner . _ 

JohnRaber 

Julia B. Merrill 

John W. Wright . . . 

J. Loomis McLaren . . . 

J. H. Mead. 

Kate Hinchman. 

Kate E. Howard 

L. B. Shepard. 

L. M. Mason. 

Lavinda 

Live Oak 

Lincoln Dall 

Lizzie A. Law _ 

Lotus 

Louisa 

LucindaV'nYalk'b'gh 

Laura Johnson 

Lomie A. Burton...... 

Lookout 

Lake Forest _ _ . 

Lizzie Doak 

Mary Ludwig 

Maggie Thompson 

Magnolia 

Maine 

Margt. A. Muir 

Margt.Dall 

Maid of the Mist 

Mary A. Gregory 

Mary D. Ayer 

Mary L. Higgle 

Mary Collins 

Mantha 

Mediator 

Minerva 

Milwaukee Belle 

Minnie Mueller 

Minnie Slausson 

Moses Gage 

Moselle 

Myrtle _ 



Net 
Tonnage. 



i: 



203.40 
327.27 
256.98 
173.85 
429.37 
225.22 
364.90 
118.71 
471.71 
252.58 
184.85 
417.56 
432.34 
250.36 

95.63 
255.07 
170.34 
226.91 
165.42 
465.07 
165.65 
391.88 
334.32 
189.95 
105.81 
199.15 
195.99 
177.10 
148.90 
475.63 
303.37 
359. 66 
213.49 
190.90 

34.93 
272.39 
388.58 
224.60 

91.56 
203.80 
237.25 
119.36 
157.48 
196.37 
710.13 
267.65 

37.25 
286.58 

32.53 
204.45 
214.93 
315.82 

60.37 

65.40 
147.76 
111.79 
144.19 
330.07 
167.51 

15.35 

83.13 
320.14 
295.05 
248.86 

17.21 
344.09 
211.01 
230.56 
189.94 
347.96 
213.57 
2&3.05 
197.00 



Names. 



Net 
Tonnage. 



Schooners. 

Mystic 

Maj. N. H. Ferry .. 

Naiad 

Newsboy 

North Cape 

North Star 

Norman 

Nellie Wiulack . . . 

O. R. Johnson 

Olga 

Orkney Lass 

Ostrich 

Otter 

O. Shaw... 

Presto 

Persia 

Phoenix 

Pilot 

R. B. Haves 

RayS. Farr 

Racine 

Radical 

Ramadarj- 

Ralph Campbell .. 

Reed Case 

Reindeer 

Richard Mott 

Rising Star 

Rosa Belle 

S. B. Pomerov 

Sky Lark -._."- 

South Haven 

Snow Drop 

Sodus 

Spray 

Sunrise 

Stafford 

T. Y. Avery _ 

Tempest 

Thos. H. Howland 

Topsey 

Thos. "L. Parker _ . . 

Vega 

Vermont 

Willie Loutit 

Willie Smith 

W. H. Dunham.... 

W. H. Hawkins 

W. O. Goodman.-. 

Wm. Jones 

Wm. Jones 

White Cloud 

Windsor 

Wolverine 

York State 

Z. Y. M. C. A 



153.46 
162.73 
296.35 
393.25 
366.72 
141.51 
239.16 

38.24 
121 .41 
293.69 
266.95 
265.19 
194.81 

38.68 
174.45 

91.86 
195.94 
134.60 
635.42 
123.00 
159.77 
168.46 

20.71 
215.24 
313.87 
181.48 
254.55 
279.. 35 
125.40 
386.53 
297.04 
114.05 
180.87 

31.21 

45.80 
417.37 
189.92 
243 63 
186.49 
283.80 
1.39.87 
596.99 
190.25 

77.39 
172.66 
8.91 
175.66 
128.31 
308.26 
366.49 
146.48 
231.45 
235.95 
185.94 
287.92 
189.18 



2a3 Schooners 45,200.57 



RECAPITILATION. 

36 Propellers 

82 Tugs _-. 

4 Side-wheel Steam- 
ers -.- _ 

14 Steam Yachts un- 
der 5 tons 

36 Steam Canal Boats 

303 Schooners 

6 Sloops 

4 Yachts 



10.295.63 
i;443.88 

424.43 

31.29 

1,&46.03 

45,200.57 

56.82 

253.69 



875 Vessels . _ _ _ _ 59,652 .34 



LIST OF ]ME]\[BEES 



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INSPECTION REGULATIONS 



OF THE 



Board of Trade of the City of Chicago. 



US' FOECE APEIL 1, 1887. 



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CHICAGO: 
KNIGHT & LEONARD CO., PRINTERS. 

1887. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Act of Incorporation 5 

Objects of the Association 9 

Rule I. Government and Elections 11 

II. Duties of President 13 

III. Duties of Vice-Presidents 14 

IV. Powers and Duties of the Board of Directors 15 

V. Duties of Secretary and Assistant Secretary 24 

VI. Duties of the Treasurer 25 

VII. Annual Meeting 26 

VIII. Committees of Arbitration and Appeals 26 

IX. Special Committees ... 30 

X. Membership and Assessments 30 

XL Messengers . 32 

XIL Visitors 32 

XIII. Complimentary Tickets 33 

XIV. Brokers, and Commission Rates 33 

XV. Appropriations 36 

XVI. Irregular Trading 36 

XVIL Smoking 37 

XVIIL Seal 38 

XIX. Quorum 38 

XX. Deposits for Security 38 

XXI. Regular Deliveries 43 

XXII. Rights of Parties on Contracts 50 

XXIII. Failure to Deliver or Receive on Contracts 55 

XXIV. Provisions 56 

XXV. Saleof Provisions 60. 

XXVL Tares 65 

XXVII. Former Riiles — Provisions in Regard to 65 

By-Laws 67 

Regulations Governing Inspection of Flour 71 



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PAe* 
Rules Governing Inspection of Grain (State Inspection) 79' 

Regulations Governing Inspection of Provisions 85 

Requirements as to Cut and Packing of Hog Products 89 

Regulations Governing the Inspection of Flax Seed 97 

Regulations Governing the Inspection of Hay 100 

Requirements for ' ' Regular " Grain Warehouses . _ 101 

Requirements for " Regular" Provision Warehouses IDS 

Regulations Governing the Trade in Hops 106 

Regulations Governing Clearing House 107 



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LEGISLATIVE ACT TO INCORPORATE 



THE 



BOARD OF TRADE, CHICAGO. 



Be it enacted hy the People of the State of Illinois, 
represented in the General Assembly : 
Section 1. That the persons now composing the corporate title. 
Board of Trade of the City of Chicago are hereby 
created a body politic and corporate, under the name 
and style of the "Boaed or Trade of the City qe^ 
Chicago," and by that name may sue and be sued, 
implead and be impleaded, receive and hold property 
and effects, real and personal, by gift, devise, or pur- 
chase, and dispose of the same by sale, lease, or other- 
wise (said property so held not to exceed at any time Limit of 
the sum of two hundred thousand dollars) ; may have seaL^ 
a common seal, and alter the same from time to time ; 
and make such IRules, Regulations, and By-Laws from Power to adopt 
time to time as they may think proper or necessary Regulations, 

<. 1 ,. 1 .11 ; and By-Laws. 

tor the government oi the corporation hereby created, 
not contrary to the laws of the land. 

Sec. 2. That the Rules, Regulations, and By-Laws present Rules, 
of the said existing Board of Trade shall be the Rules andBy-Law^sto 
and By-Laws of the corporation hereby created, until duly changed, 
the same shall be regularly repealed or altered ; and 
that the present officers of said Association, known 
as the "Board of Trade of the City of Chicago" shall 
be the officers of the corporation hereby created, until 
their respective offices shall regularly expire, or be 
vacated, or until the election of new officers according 
to the provisions hereof. 



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6 BOARD OF TRADE, CHICAGO. 

Officers. Sec. 3. The officers shall consist of a President, 

one or more Vice-Presidents, and such other officers 
as may be determined upon by the Rules, Regulations, 
or By-Laws of said corporation. All of said officers 
shall respectively hold their offices for the length of 
time fixed upon by the Pules and Regulations of said 
corporation hereby created, and until their successors 
are elected and qualified. 
Rules, Sec. 4. The said corporation is hereby authorized 

and By-Law's, to establish sucli Rulcs, Regulations, and By-Laws for 
the management of their business, and the mode in 
which it shall be transacted, as they may think proper. 
Manner of Sec. 5. The time and manner of holding elections 

elections. and making appointments of such officers as are not 
elected, shall be established by the Rules, Regulations, 
,and By-Laws of said corporation. 
Power to admit ^EC. 6. Said corporatiou shall have the right to 
admit or expel such persons as they may see fit, in 
manner to be prescribed by the Rules, Regulations, 
and By-Laws thereof. 
Committees Sec. T. Said corporation may constitute and ap- 

and Appeals." point Committees of Reference and Arbitration, and 
Committees of Appeals, who shall be governed by such 
rules and regulations as may be prescribed in the Rules, 
Regulations, or By-Laws for the settlement of such 
matters of difference as may be voluntarily submitted 
for arbitration by members of the Association, or by 
other persons not members thereof ; the acting chair- 
man of either of said committees, when sitting as 
arbitrators, may administer oaths to the parties and 
witnesses, and issue subpoenas and attachments, com- 
peling the attendance of witnesses, the same as justices 
of the peace, and in like manner directed to any 
constable to execute. 
Executions Sec. 8. When any submission shall have been made 

upon awards. .^^ ^^riting, and a final award shall have been rendered, 
and no appeal taken within the time fixed by the Rules 
or Bv- Laws, then, on filing such award and submission 



LEGISLATIVE ACT OF INCORPORATION, 



with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, an execution may 
issue upon such award as if it were a judgment ren- 
dered in the Circuit Court, and such award shall thence- 
forth have the force and effect of such a judgment, 
and shall be entered upon the judgment docket of said 
court. 

Sec. 9. It shall be lawful for said corporation, Bonds, 
when the J shall think proper, to receive and require 
of and from their officers, whether elected or appointed, 
good and sufficient bonds for the faithful discharge 
of their duties and trusts ; and the President or Secre- oaths of office, 
tarj is hereby authorized to administer such oaths of 
office as may be prescribed in the By-Laws or Rules of 
said corporation. Said bonds shall be made payable 
and conditioned as prescribed by the Rules or By- 
Laws of said corporation, and may be sued and the suits upon 
moneys collected and held for the use of the party 
injured, or such other use as may be determined upon 
by said corporation. 

Sec, 10. Said corporation shall have power to inspectors, 

. -, n. , gaugers,ancl 

appomt one or more persons, as they may see nt, to weighers, 
examine, measure, weigh, gauge, or inspect flour, grain, 
provisions, liquor, lumber, or any other articles of pro- 
duce or traffic commonly dealt in by the members of 
said corporation ; and the certificate of such person or certificates, 
inspector as to the quality or quantity of any such quantity, grade 
article, or their brand or mark upon it, or upon any 
package containing such article, shall be evidence 
between buyer and seller of the quantity, grade, or 
quality of the same, and shall be binding upon the 
member of said corporation, or others interested, and 
requiring or assenting to the employment of such 

weio-hers, measurers, e-auo-ers, or inspectors: nothino; Employment 
1 • \ • J 1 -u n 1 XI 1 ''of appointees 

Jierem contained, however, shall compel the employ- not obligatory, 
ment, by anyone, of any such appointee. 

Sec. 11. Said corporation may inflict fines upon Fines 
anv of its members, and collect the same, for breach of shaii not 

* ^ exceed 

its Rules, Regulations, or By-Laws; but no fine shall five dollars. 



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powers. 



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exceed five dollars. Such fines may be collected by 
action of debt, before a justice of the peace, in the 
name of the corporation. 
Limitation of Sec. 12. Said Corporation shall have no power or 
authority to do or carry on any business excepting 
such as is usual in the management of boards of trade 
or chambers of commerce, or as provided in the fore- 
going sections of this bill. 

WM. K. MORKISON, 

Speaker of the House of Representatives. 

JOHN WOOD, 

Speaker of the Senate, 

Approved February 18, 1859. 

WM. H. BISSELL. 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, , 

STATE or ILLINOIS. 

Certificate. I, O. M. Hatch, Secretary of State of the State of 

Illinois, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true 
copy of an enrolled law now on file in my ofiice. 

In witness whereof I have hereunto set 
my hand and afiixed the great Seal of State, 
at the city of Springfield, this seventh day of 



March, A.D. 1859. 



O. M. HATCH, 

Secretary of State. 



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RULES AND BY-LAWS 



OP THE 



Board of Trade of the City of Chicago. 






IN FORCE APRIL 1, 1887. 



OBJECTS. 

The objects of tlie Association are : To maintain a Preamble. 
Commercial Exchange ; to promote uniformity in the 
customs and usages of merchants; to inculcate prin- 
ciples of justice and equity in trade ; to facilitate the 
speedy adjustment of business disputes ; to acquire 
and to disseminate valuable commercial and economic 
information ; and, generally, to secure to its members 
the benefits of cooperation in the furtherance of their 
legitimate pursuits. 

In accordance with the franchises conferred by its 
Charter, and to accomplish the objects sought by the 
Association in its organization, 

The Boaed of Trade of the City of Chicago 

has adopted, for its direction and government, the 
following Rules and By-Laws : 

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GENERAL RULES. 



KULE I. 



GOVEENMENT AND ELECTIONS. 

Section 1. The government of the Board of Government 

ot* the AssO" 

Trade of the City of Chicago, and the control andciation. 

management of its Real Estate (including all of the 

anthorit V and power heretofore vested in the Board How vested. 

of Real Estate Managers), are hereby vested in a 

President, two Vice-Presidents, and fifteen Directors, 

wlio, including the President and Vice-Presidents, 

shall be known as the Board of Directors, all of whom Board of 

Directors 

shall liave been members of the Association for at QuaUfications. 

least one year next preceding their election. The 

President, one Vice-President, and five Directors shall 

be elected annually. The President shall hold his Term of office. 

office for tlie term of one year, or until his successor is 

elected and qualified ; the Vice-Presidents, in like 

manner, shall held their offices for the term of two 

years, and the Directors, in like manner, for the term 

of three years. Ten members of the Board of Direc- Quorum. 

tors shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of 

business, but a less number may adjourn from time to 

time, to any fixed date preceding the next regular 

meeting of the said Board. 

Sec. 2. There shall also be elected by the mem- committees of 
bers of the Association a Committee of Arbitration and Appeals, 
and a Committee of Appeals, consisting of ten mem- 
bers each, who shall hold their respective offices for Term of office, 
the period of two years. Five members of each com- 
mittee shall be elected annually. The qualifications Qualifications. 

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12 BOARD OF TRADE, CHICAGO. 



for election to eitlier of tliese committees sliall be the 
same as for the office of Director. No person shall, at 
the same time, be a member of both committees. 

Annual Sec. 3. The annual election for all elective officers 

not otherwise provided for, shall be held in the 
Exchange Hall on the first Monday after the second 
day of January in each year, between tlie hours of ten 
o'clock A. M. and two o'clock p. m., and all voting shall 

Commence- be by ballot. The official term of all officers shall 

term. commcuce on the Monday succeeding their election. 

Requirements Sec. 4. For President and Vice-Presidents, a ma- 

of an election. . . ,• ^^ i i n i 

jority 01 all the votes cast shall be necessary to a 
choice; but for all other elective officers, a plurality 
shall elect. 
Failure to Sec. 5. In case of failure to elect any officer voted 

elect 

for on the first trial, another election, in like manner, 

Subsequent shall be held on the succeeding day, and if there shall 

again be a failure to elect, then, upon a third trial 

held in like manner, on the day following, a plurality 

shall elect. 

Failure to Sec. f>. If froiii any cause an election of officers 

vacancies. is not had at the regular annual election, or in case 

of the death, resignation, or removal of the President, 

either of the Vice-Presidents, Directors, or members 

of either of the Committees of Arbitration or Appeals, 

it shall be in the power of the Association to fill such 

vacancies for the remainder of the official term at any 

Notice, how regular or special election thereafter ; provided, notice 

of said special election shall have been announced on 

'Change at least three days immediately preceding 

such election. 

Tellers of Sec. 7. It shall be the duty of the President, prior 

to any election to be held by the Association, to 

appoint or cause to be ap2)ointed a sufficient number 

Duties. of tellers, who shall have charge of the ballot boxes 

and poll lists of the Association, and who shall receive 

consecutively, and place the same in the ballot box, all 

ballots of members who shall be in good and regular 






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GENERAL RULES. 13 



standing, who shall have paid all dues and assessments. 
They shall keep a record of all members voting, and 
opposite each name shall place the number of the bal- 
lot deposited by said member. Three of the tellers Quomm. 
shall constitute a quorum for receiving and recording 
the votes. ISTo ballot box shall be opened, nor shall 
any votes be counted, except in the presence of at 
least four of their number. They shall make all Returns in 
xeturns in writing to the President of the Association, 
dulv sio;ned bv at least four of their number, and the 
Secretary shall preserve all the ballots for the period Preservation 
■of at least one month, for further examination, if the 
same shall be ordered by the Board of »Directors, to May be 
verif V the correctness of the returns of said tellers. examined. 

Sec. 8. In the hearing or trial of any case or con- Disquaiifica- 
troversy before the Board of Directors, or before any ors or members 

.. T^ ••'of committees. 

committee oi the Association, no Director and no 
member of any such committee shall serve or act in 
such hearing or trial who has any financial interest or 
concern in the result of such hearing or trial, or who 
shall be a business partner, of any party thus inter- 
.ested. 



KULE II. 



DUTIES OF THE PRESIDENT. 

Section 1. It shall be the duty of the President Executive 
to act as general executive officer of the Association p"^®""®- 
and of the Board of Directors, respectively ; to preside to act as pre- 
at all meetings of either of these bodies, and to direct ^^ ^^^ ° 
the proceedings of each in accordance with the Rules, 
By-Laws, and Rules of Order governing the same; 
he shall have power to call special meetings of the to caii special 
Board of Directors and of the Association ; and upon 
Ihe written .request of twenty-five members, he shall 






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BOARD OF TRADE, CHICAGa 



call special meetings of the Association, which shall be 
done by causing notice of the same to be publicly 
announced on 'Change; provided^ such request shall 
state the object for which such meeting is to be called, 
and is made at least three business days preceding the 



Object to be 
stated. 



To preserve 
order in the 
Exchange 
Room. 



Penalty for 

disorderly 

conduct. 



Power to fill 
vacancies and 
to appoint 
committees. 



said meeting. 

Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the President to- 
preserve order and proper business decorum in the 
Exchange Rooms of the Association during all busi- 
ness hours ; and in case any member or other person 
shall be guilty of any disorderly, boisterous, or offen- 
sive conduct while in the Exchange Rooms, he shall 
for that offense be suspended from the privilege of 
admission to said rooms for such time as may be 
determined by the President, sul)ject, however, to 
appeal to the Board of Directors ; but pending such 
ap})eal the suspension shall not be enforced. 

Skc. 3. It shall be the duty of the President to 
temporarily fill any vacancy which may occur in any 
appointive office of the Association, and to appoint all 
committees whose appointment is not otherwise pro- 
vided for. 



RULE III. 



VICE-PRESIDENTS 



DUTIES. 



First and 
Second Vice- 
Presidents. 



Respective 
duties. 



Section 1. The Yice-President serving upon the 
last year of his official term shall be the First Vice- 
President, and the Vice-President serving upon the 
first year of his official term shall be the Second Vice- 
President. It shall be the duty of the Vice-Presi- 
dents, respectively, in this order, to perform the duties 
of the President, in case of his absence or disability. 



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GENERAL RULES. 15 



EULE lY. 



POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

Section 1. All tlie business and linancial con- Business and 
cerns of the Association shall be managed and con- concerns, 
ducted (in accordance with the Charter, Rules, Regu- 
lations, and By-Laws of the Association) by or under 
the direction of the Board of Directors. 

Sec 2. The Board of Directors shall, on the Tues- Appointment 

-, , . -, -111- J 1 of officers and 

day succeeding each annual election, or as soon there- employes, 
after as may be practicable, appoint a Secretary, an 
Assistant Secretary, a Treasurer and such Inspectors, 
Gangers, Weighers, Measurers, and other officers, 
clerks, assistants, and employes as they may consider 
necessary for the purposes of the Association, and they 
may establish such regulations for the direction and 
government of such appointees as they may think 
proper ; and may fix their compensation, and deter- compensation 
mine by whom the same shall be paid. The term of appointees. 

Terms of 

office of all such apijointees shall commence on the appointed 

mi T 1 • • 1 officers. 

iuesday succeeding tlieir appointment, or at such 
other time as the Board of Directors may designate, 
and shall continue for one year, or until their suc- 
cessors are appointed and assume their duties ; but 
all such appointments shall be revocable at the will Appointments 

-,1 (• • 1 1-4 T revocable. 

and pleasure oi said Bpard. 

Sec 3. The Board of Directors may require of all oath of office, 
appointees an oath to well and faithfully perform all 
and singular the duties of their offices, and a good and Bonds, 
sufficient bond to secure such performance. 

Sec. 4. The Board of Directors shall hold stated stated 

1 m 1 1 n meetings of 

meetings every iuesday, except when iuesday shall Directors, 
fall upon a legal holiday, in which case the meeting 
for that day may be omitted. 

Sec 5. The Board of Directors shall cause to be Aunounce- 

-, ,^, ,, . /» 1 T nientof ap- 

annouiiced on Change all appointments ot public pointments 

J. -I J. ^ and revoca- 

concern which they shall make, and all revocations tions. 



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BOARD OF TRADE, CHICAGO. 



Assessments. 



Booms. 



Eooms to be 
open. 



Annual report of tlie sRiiie ; and at every annual meeting they shall 

of receipts and , rn , c • i i ti 

expenditures, make a lull report 01 receipts and expenditures, prop- 
erly classified, and an exhibit of the financial affairs, 
property, and general condition of the Association. 
They shall, previous to the annual meeting of the 
Association, assess on each of the members of the 
Association an amount which, in their judgment, will 
be sufficient, in the aggregate, to meet all estimated 
expenditures of the Association for the ensuing fiscal 
year, and they shall, at the annual meeting, re})ort to 
the Association the pro 'rata amount so assessed. 

Sp:c. 6. The Board of Directors shall provide suit- 
able and convenient Exchange and other necessary 
rooms and offices for the purposes of the Association, 
and they shall cause the same to be kept in a comfort- 
able, neat, and orderly condition. They shall, on all 
business days, cause the rooms to be open for the 
admission of members of the Association fi-om 9:30 
o'clock A. M. to 1 o'clock p. M., except on Monday 
mornings from June 15 to September 15, when the 
hour for opening the Exchange Hall shall be fixed at 
10:30 o'clock a. m. From 11 o'clock a. m. to 1 o'clock 
p. M. the main Exchange Hall shall be set apart 
and devoted to the purposes of a General Exchange. 
They shall have power to make all needful rules and 
regulations in regard to the use of such rooms, and 
to enforce the same by the necessary ]3eiialties for 
discipline. 

Sec. 7. AVlien any member of the Association has 
failed to comply promptly with the terms of any 
business contract or obligation, and has failed to 
equitably and satisfactorily adjust and settle the 
same ; or when any member has failed to promptly 
comply with and fulfil the award of any Committee 
of Arbitration or Committee of Appeals, made in 
conformity with the Rules, Regulations, and By-Laws 
of the Association, he shall, upon admission or proof 
of such delinquency before the Board of Directors, 
be by them suspended from all privileges of the 



General 
Exchange. 



Power to 
regulate use of 
rooms. 



Causes for 
suspension. 



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GENERAL RULES. 17 



Association until all his outstanding obligations to ' 

members of the same shall have been adjusted and " 

settled, when he may, upon application, be reinstated. ^ 

^Notice of all applications for relief from suspension Applications ' 

for F6iT18tAt6~ "^ 

under the provisions of this section, shall be posted ment. - 

upon the bulletin of the Exchange for at least one 

week prior to the hearing of any such application by ' 

the Board of Directors, when, if no further just Reinstatement ■ 

claims shall be filed against the said applicant, he 
may be so reinstated; and if the Board of Directors 

shall be satisfied that such failure was merely from • j 

financial inabihty or misfortune, such member having -i 

given satisfactory evidence that he has so adjusted or -1 

settled such outstanding obligations, shall be rein- 
stated ; and such reinstatement, in either case, shall a bar to fur- 
thereafter serve as a bar to any further discipline by ' ^ 
the Association, on account of any claims maturing 
at a date prior to the reinstatement of the said 
applicant. si 

Sec. 8. Any member of the Association who shall Dealing in -^ 

be interested or associated in business with, or who 

shall act as the representative of any organization, ; 

firm, or individual engaged in the business of dealing '; 

in differences on the fluctuations in the market price 

of any commodity — without a, hona Jlde 'pMrchase and ] 

sale of property for an actual delivery — shall be 

deemed guilty of unmercantile conduct, which renders 1 

him unworthy to be a member of the Association ; 

and, upon complaint to and conviction thereof by the Penalty. 1 

Board of Directors, shall be liable to suspension from I 

all privileges of the Association for such time as the ^ 

Board of Directors may deem proper, and until he --^ 

shall have given satisfactory evidence that the objec- '^ 

tionable connection has been dissolved ; and on a -| 

second conviction he may be expelled from S 

membership. 

Sec. 9. When any member of the Association improper ^ 

shall be guilty of improper conduct of a personal *^°" "^ ' j 

character in any of the rooms of the Association, or 



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BOARD OF TRADE, CHICAGO. 



Refusal to 

adjust 

contracts. 



Refusal to 
comply with 
awards. 



Violation of 
Rules. 



False and 
fictitious pur- 
chases or sales. 

Dishonorable 
conduct. 



Penalty. 



Vote necessary 
to discipline. 



Charges for 
nianipulatinK 
market vabies. 



Investigation 
of cliarges. 



How 
prosecuted. 



Penalty, 



when any member shall be guilty of a willful viola- 
tion of any business contract or obligation, and shall 
neglect or refuse to equitably and satisfactorily adjust 
and settle the same ; or when any member shall will- 
fully neglect or refuse to comply promptly with the 
award of any Committee of Arbitration, or Committee 
of Appeals, rendered in conformity with the Eules, 
Regulations, and By-Laws of the Association ; or 
when any member shall violate any of the Rules, 
Regulations, or By-Laws of the Association ; or when 
any member shall be guilty of making or reporting 
any false or fictitious purchases or sales ; or when 
any member shall be guilty of any act of bad faith, 
of any attempt at extortion, or of any other dishon- 
orable or dishonest conduct, — he shall be censured, 
suspended, or expelled by the Board of Directors, as 
thev may determine from the nature and ffravitv of 
the offense committed. A majority of a quorum 
sitting at a regular or adjourned meeting of the 
Board of Directors shall l)e necessary to censure or 
suspend, and an afhrmative vote of at least twelve 
members of the Board of Directors shall be neces- 
sary to expel. 

Sec. 10. If, during the progress of any arbitration 
or other investigation before any committee of the 
Association, it shall appear to the satisfaction of 
such committee that any member of the Association 
has been guilty of manipulating market values, as a 
basis for extorting unreasonable and unjust dam- 
ages, or for the pur})Ose of avoiding payment of just 
obligations, the said committee shall thereupon make 
formal charges to that effect, against the member 
thus implicated, to the Board of Directors. The 
member thus charged shall be promptly summoned 
to appear before the Board of Directors for an in- 
A-^estigation of the charges ; and if the charges are 
successfully prosecuted by the committee, and the 
member is found guilty, he shall be expelled from 
the Association, if so determined by an affirmative 



GENERAL RULES. 19 



vote of at least twelve members of tlie Board of 
Directors. 

Sec. 11. In any investisration or trial before the Refusal to 

ic 11 • appear as a 

Board of Directors, or before any other duly consti- witness. 
tuted committee or other tribunal of the Association, 
if any member who shall have been cited by the chair- 
man of any duly constituted committee or other 
tribunal of the Association to appear and testify, shall 
neglect or refuse to so appear and testify, or, if testify- 
ing, shall refuse to answer any question which may, or to answer 
by a majority vote of the said Board of Directors, *^"^ 
■committee, or other tribunal, be declared proper and 
pertinent to the case in hearing, he shall be subject to Punishment 

for such coil- 

suspension by the said Board of Directors from all tempt, 
privileges of the Association, for such period as said 
Board may determine ; action under this section may 
be had on the report in writing of any such committee 
or other tribunal, in case the contempt shall occur 
before it. It is hereby provided that no witness shall Privileged 

" sTiswcrs 

be compelled to answer any question which shall 
■criminate himself ; nor sliall any testimony be admitted irrelevant 

T.T., .. /■! • . testimony not 

which, m the opinion oi the committee or other tri- allowable. 
bunal, is irrelevant to the case in hearing. 

Sec. 12. A member suspended may be reinstated Reinstatement, 
by a majority vote of a quorum of the Board of 
Directors. 

Sec. 13, An expelled member shall not be read- Expelled 

- , (-1 members. 

mitted to membership except upon payment oi the bow 

J. >.' readmitted. 

regular initiation fee and annual assessment, and upon 
satisfactory evidence that he is a fit person for mem- 
bership in the Association, and then only upon an 
affirmative vote of at least twelve members of tlie 
Board of Directors ; provided such vote shall be had vote necessary 
at a regular meeting at least one week succeeding a 
motion to readmit ; provided that in case it shall sub- Provision to 

correct errors 

sequently be proven that the member was expelled on in expulsion!^ 
false testimony, or in case satisfactory evidence is 
presented of error in the decision of the Board of 
Directors as to his guilt of the charges upon which he 



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20 BOARD OF TRADE, CHICAGO. 

was expelled, lie may be restored to membership, a» 
provided by this section, without the payment of the 
initiation fee. 
Charges to be Sec. 14. All charffcs made to the Board of Direc- 

in writing. ^ c i » • • 

tors agamst any member of the Association for any 
default, misconduct, or offense, shall be in writing, 
and in duplicate, and shall state the default, miscon- 

How signed, duct, or offciise charged ; and the same shall be signed 
by one or more members of the Association, by a 
business firm, one or more of whose members shall be 
a member of the Association, or by the chairman of a 
committee of the Association. 

Examination Sec. 15. 'No member shall 1)6 censured, suspended 

of charges. nii ii-t->i • i • . 

or expelled under tins Kule, without an examination 
of the charges against him by the Board of Directors, 
nor without having an opportunity to be heard in his. 

Notice of trial, owu defense. Xo examination shall take place until 
notice has been served on the accused member, or his 
firm, if the charges apply to his firm, accompanied by 

Copy of a copy of the charsres aorainst him or them, in writine;. 

charges. ^ -, . i i i -, 

Sucli notice may be served upon the accused person- 



ally, by the Secretary or ai^y of his assistants, or it may 

be left at or mailed to the accused at his ordinary 

snfficiency of place of busiuess or residence ; in either of which cases 

"DOliCG. 

the notice shall be considered sufficient, and the 
examination may proceed whether the accused is 
present or not. 
Public rumors Sec. 16. It shall be the duty of the Board of 

or reports of , . ^ 

grave offenses Directors, m case any grave offense or act of dis- 

by members. ^ ^ ./ o 

honesty committed by any member involving the 
good name or dignity of the Association, or any act 
of clishonesty on the part of a member, shall come to 
their knowledge, either by complaint or public report. 
Investigation to causc a prcliminarv or informal investigation to be 

bv committee. .. • . " r ii • -i • t ^ 

made by a committee oi their number into the truth 
or falsity of such complaint or report ; and if the said 
committee, after investigation, shall deem any member 
guilty of such offense, they shall so report to the 
Board of Directors, with specific charges ; whereupon 



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GENERAL RULES. 21 

the member thus implicated shall be notified to appear 
before the Board of Directors in manner as provided 
by Section 14 of this Rule, and if found guilty the Punishment, if 
said member shall be suspended or expelled, as here- 
inbefore provided. 

Sec. 17. In investigations before the Board of professional 
Directors, or before any committee of the Association, allowed, 
no party shall be allowed to be represented by pro- 
fessional counsel. 

Sec. 18. When a member against whom are pend- Discharge in 

, . . , > 1 1 1 bankruptcy. 

mg no complaints or charges preferred by a member 

of the Association, or who is not under sentence of 

suspension, shall have been duly discharged from his 

legal responsibilities or debts by a court of bankruptcy, 

he shall not thereafter be liable to discipline on 

account of such obligations ; provided, the institution Proceedings in 

of proceedings in bankruptcy shall in nowise affect ^° ^ ^' 

the action of the Board of Directors in matters of 

discipline brought before said Board before a final 

discharge in bankruptcy shall have been granted; nor 

shall a discharge in bankruptcy affect subsequent pro- subsequent 

ceedings, in the way of discipline, before said Board, p''*^^®® ^"^^* 

for immoral or dishonest transactions, occurring prior 

to said discharge. 

Sec. 19. It shall be the duty of the Board of standards of 
Directors, as occasion may require, to fix and estab-^"^* es. 
lisli standards of grades or qualities for Flour, Grain, 
Provisions, Liquors, Lumber, and any other articles 
or commodities dealt in by the members of the Asso- 
ciation ; and the certificate of any Inspector, Weigher, certificates. 
Measurer, or Ganger, appointed by the said Board, 
as to the quality or quantity of any such articles, or 
his brand or mark upon it, or upon any package 
containing such articles, shall be evidence between 
buyer and seller of the quality, grade, or quantity of 
the same, and shall be binding upon the members of 
the Association or others interested or requiring or 
assenting to the employment of such Inspectors, 
Gangers, Weighers, or Measurers. • 



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BOARD OF TRADE, CHICAGO. 



Market 

reporters to be 
provided. 



Duties. 



Reports, how 
sent and to 
whom. 



Liabilities of 
the service. 



Reports may be 
disc'ontimied. 



(Correspond- 
ents' applica- 
tions, how 
determined. 



List to be kept. 



Standing 
Committees. 



Sec. 20. The Board of Directors shall provide an 
efficient corps of market reporters, whose dutj it 
shall be, under such regulations as may be prescribed 
for their government, to ascertain the current mar- 
ket prices of such commodities as are dealt in by 
members of the Association, during the hours for 
trading prescribed by these Rules, the reporting of 
which may be desired by any considerable number 
of correspondents, and also all changes which may 
occur in the same from time to time ; such reports to 
be promptly communicated by telegraph to such ap- 
proved correspondents in the City of Chicago or else- 
where, as may desire the same, and are willing to 
pay the necessary charges for compiling and trans- 
mitting them by telegraph under such arrangements 
as may be made by the Board of Directors with any 
telegraph company for the performance of the ser- 
vice of transmission. The forwarding of such re- 
ports to any particular individual, firm, or corpora- 
tion shall be only on the condition that it is an 
accommodation service, in which the Board of 
Trade assumes no responsibility beyond reasonable 
care in their compilation, and one that may be per- 
formed at the pleasure of the Board, or if performed 
ma}^ be discontinued or withheld, with or without 
previous notice. Any individual, firm, <.tr copora- 
tion before being supplied with the reports herein 
provided for, shall make application for the same in 
such form or manner as may be authorized by the 
Board of Directors, which application shall be ap- 
proved by the Board of Directors or by a committee 
appointed by it for that purpose, before any reports 
are forwarded to the applicants. A list of all corre- 
spondents to whom such reports are sent shall be 
kept on file in the office of the Secretary of the 
Board, and shall be subject to the inspection of any 
member desiring to do so. 

Sec. 21. It shall be the duty of the Board of 
Directors, upon the nomination of the President, to 






GENERAL RULES. 23 



appoint such Standing Committees from their own 
number as thev may deem necessary. The Inspec- inspection 

*J *J *J J- CoillIIlittG6S, 

tion Committees, for the purpose of having the 
proper branches of trade represented, may be se- 
lected in part or wholly from the other members of 
the Association. All such committees, however, 
shall be fully under the control of the said Board of 
Directors. The said Board of Directors shall, in 
like manner, appoint all delegates to the I^ational Delegates to 

-T^ /. m' National 

Board of Trade, and all representatives to other Board, 
deliberative ffatherine-s in which the Association may other repre- 

° " . sentatives. 

be entitled to a voice, and in which it may desire 
a representation ; and such delegates and representa- 
tives may be appointed wholly or in part from the 
membership of tlie Association not members of the 
Board of Directors. 

Sec. 22. The Board of Directors may employ snch Legal advice, 
legal advice and assistance as they may deem neces- 
sary for the purpose of the Association. 

Sec. 23. In case of absence or disability of the Absence or 

-i-» • 1 •111 1 disability of 

President and both Vice-Presidents, it shall be the residing 

^ officers. 

duty of the Board of Directors to elect from their 
number a temporary chairman, who, in addition to Temporary 

, chairman. 

his duties as Chairman of the Board of Directors, 
shall also temporarily perform all other duties de- 
volving upon the President. 

Sec. 24. The Board of Directors shall have power special meet- 
to call special meetings of the Association upon such Association, 

^ " ^ how called. 

notice and for such purposes as they may deem 
proper. All calls for special meetings of the Asso- Powers of 
ciation shall state the specific object of such meet- meeting, 
ings, and no other business than that for which a 
special meeting was called shall be considered at any 
such meeting, except by unanimous consent. 

Sec. 25. In case any member of that body shall Absence of 

n,i<-i>>/> . ,. T ,. Directors. 

absent himseli irom six consecutive regular meetings 
of the Board of Directors, without having been pre- 
viously excused, or without communicating to the 
President, in writing, a good and sufficient excuse 



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BOARD OF TRADE, CHICAGO. 



Forfeiture 
of ofBce of 
Directors. 



Special 
meetings of 
Directors. 



How called. 



Sufficient 
notice. 



for his absence, or a resignation of his office, the 
Board of Directors shall have power to declare the 
office of said Director vacant, and to immediately 
order a special election by the Association to fill 
said vacancy. 

Sec. 26. Special meetings of the Board of Direc- 
tors may be convened by order of the President, or 
by written request of any five members of the said 
Board, addressed to the Secretary. Such meetings 
may be called by public notice announced on 'Change, 
or by service of personal or written notice by the 
Secretary, or by any of his assistants, upon the mem- 
bers of the said Board. A written notice left at the 
usual place of business of any member of the said 
Board of Directors shall be a sufficient notice in case 
of meetings called by service of personal or written 
notice. 



KULE Y. 



DUTIES OF THE SECRETARY AND ASSISTANT SECRETARY. 



Records. 
Property. 



Statistics. 



Section 1. The Secretary, under the direction and 
control of the Board of Directors, shall keep a jour- 
nal of the proceedings of the Association ; take charge 
of the seal, books, papers, and property belonging to 
the Association ; keep an account of the imports and 
exports of the city ; collect and record valuable statis- 
tical information pertaining to the commercial, mer- 
cantile, and manufacturing interests of the City of 
Chicago, and post the same on 'Change, daily ; and 
on or about the first of January in each year he shall 
Annual report, make to the Associatiou a full report of the business 
of the city for the preceding year, ending December 
31, embracing such other information in his posses- 
sion, as may be of interest to the members. He 
shall furnish to tlie chairman of every special com- 
mittee a copy of the resolutions whereby such corn- 



Notice to 

committeei- 



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GENERAL RULES. 



25 



mittee shall have been appointed, and, under the 
direction of the President, he shall give notice of 
any meetings of the Board of Directors or of the 
Association, He shall conduct the correspondence correspond- 
of the Association, and read such records or papers 
as the presiding officer may direct ; shall attend meet- Attend 
ings of Committees of Arbitration or Appeals and of committees, 
the Board of Directors, and keep an official record of 
their proceedings, give notices when their services are 
required, issue the necessary notices and papers to 
parties, and deliver copies of all awards or findings. 
He shall collect all moneys due to the Association collections, 
for assessments, fines, fees, or otherwise, and pay the 
same to the Treasurer; shall keep his office open dur- 
ing usual business hours ; shall see that the rooms and 
property of the Association are kept in good order, other duties, 
and shall perform such other duties as the Board of 
Directors may from time to time direct. 

Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the Secretary to fur- certificates of 
nish to all Inspectors, Gangers, "Weighers, and Meas- ^pp^^'^*"^®^*- 
urers, appointed by the Board of Directors, official 
certificates of their appointment, bearing the signa- 
tures of the President and Secretary and the seal of 
the Association. Such certificate shall specify their 
duty and the time for which they are appointed, and 
also that such appointments are revocable at the will Appointments 

J 1 J? • 1 -r» J revocable. 

and pleasure of said Board. 

Sec. 3. The Assistant Secretary shall perform such to assist in 
duties pertaining to the office of the Secretarv as the t'he duweslf 
Directors or the Secretary shall order, and in the 
temporary absence or disability of the Secretary shall 
perform the duties of the Secretary. 



Secretan-. 



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EULE YI. 



DUTIES OF THE TREASURER. 



Section 1. The Treasurer shall receive from the Shaii receive 
Secretary deposits of funds belonging to the Associa- As'sociation. 



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BOARD OF TRADE, CHICAGO. 



How 

disburse. 



Reports. 



Books 
accessible 
to Directors. 



tion, and shall disburse tlie same on the order of the 
Secretary, countersigned by the President. He shall 
make a full report to the Association at its annual 
meeting of all receipts and disbursements by him, of 
funds received and of the balances, if any, remaining 
in his hands. The accounts of the Treasurer shall be 
kej)t in books belonging to the Association, which 
books shall at all times be open for the examination 
of the Board of Directors or anv committee of said 
Board. 



EULE VII. 



AISTNUAL MEETING. 



One week Section 1. The Association shall hold its Annual 

Q -f *-£»»• Q 71 Tin fl 1 

election. Meeting on the second Monday after the second day 



of January. 



RULE VIII. 



committee of arbitration and appeals. 



Duties of 
Committee of 
Arbitration. 



Evidence. 



How to 
construe rules. 



Stenographic 
reports. 



Section. 1. It shall be the duty of the Committee 
of Arbitration to hear and determine all cases of dis- 
puted claims voluntarily submitted for their adjudi- 
cation by meinbers of the Association. All evidence 
in such cases shall be taken under oath or affirmation, 
except documentary evidence, which shall be sworn 
to, if demanded by either party and the committee 
decide it to be necessary, and shall be duly recorded. 
Ill all such adjudications the committee shall construe 
all Rules, Regulations, and By-Laws of the Associ- 
ation as being designed to secure justice and equity 
in trade; and all awards or findings shall be made 
in conformity therewith. 

In case either party shall so demand, by previous 
notice given to the Secretary, the testimony and pro- 
ceedings of the Committee of Arbitration shall be 



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GENERAL RULES. 27 



taken by a stenographer, the cost of which shall be 
assessed by the committee as in cases of other costs 
incurred. 

Sec. 2. Any award or finding of the Committee Appeal to 
of Arbitration may be appealed from, and the case Appeals, 

1 •ttVT • c* i/> l^ow made. 

may be carried to the Committee oi Appeals tor 
revision ; provided, notice of such appeal shall be 
given to the Secretary, in writing, withhi two business 
days after such award or finding^^all have been 
delivered to the parties in controversy. 

Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the Committee of committee of 
Appeals to review such cases as may be appealed duSes/ 
from the Committee of Arbitration and formally 
brought before it, and its awards or findings shall be 
final and binding, and shall not be subject to revision its awards 
by any other tribunal of the Association ; provided, to'revision. 
the Board of Directors may determine, from the 
record and other evidence, as to the proper consti- 
tution of any committee and as to the regularity of Regularity, 
its proceedings. The said Committee of Appeals 
shall receive such new evidence as may be offered xew evidence, 
under oath or affirmation ; and if, in its judgment, 
evidence is produced which will justify a rehearing 
of the case by the Committee of Arbitration, it shall Remanding 
remand the case to the said Committee of Arbitration 
for a new^ trial. ^ Any final award or finding of the Final awards. 
Committee of Appeals shall be based on the record 
of the Committee of Arbitration, and shall be made 
in like maimer as prescribed by Section 1 of this How governed. 
Rule. 

Sec. 4. Five of either of these committees shall (^uomm. 
be a quorum for the transaction of business, and a necessary to 
majority decision of such quorum shall be binding, an award. 

Sec. 5. The Committee of Arbitration and the Awards, how 
Committee of Appeals shall each render their awards 
or findings in writing, through the Secretary of the 
Association, within two business days after their when 
decision shall have been made. Such awards or find- 
ings shall be signed by the Chairman of the Coin- 



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BOARD OF TRADE, CHICAGO. 



open to 
members. 



Vacancies, 
how filled. 



Awards. 



mittee, and sliall be certified by tlie Secretary, under 
Official records the seal of the Association. The official record and 
decisions of these committees, and all other records 
of the Association, may be inspected by any mem- 
ber of the Association upon application to the Sec- 
retary. 

Sec. 6. When, from absence or disqualification of 
regular members, either the Committee of Arbitration 
or Apjjeals cannot be formed, the parties in contro- 
versy shall be allowed to fill vacancies with any mem- 
ber or members of the Association willing to serve 
(not being of the other committee), on whom they 
may agree ; or if such parties are unwilling to submit 
their case to the Committee of Arbitration, they may 
Special choosc three or more members (willing to serve, and 

Arbitration, uot being of the Committee of Appeals) whom they 

how formed , ^ . . , , , , 

and governed, may agree upon ; such agreement, m either case, to be 
communicated to the Secretary in writing, signed by 
all the parties in controversy. A majority award or 
finding of any such committee shall be binding, and 
any award or finding of committees thus formed shall 
be made under the same rules, and shall have the same 
effect as if made by the regular committees, respect- 
ively. 

Sec. 7. Before entering upon the duties of their 
office the members of any Committee of Arbitration 
or Committee of Appeals shall be required to take or 
subscribe to the following oath or affirmation, viz.: 
" You do solemnly swear (or affirm) that you respec- 
tively will faithfully and fairly hear and examine all 
matters of controversy which may come before you 
during your tenure of office, and that you will in all 
cases make just and equitable awards or findings upon 
the same, in conformity with the Rules, Regulations, 
and By-Laws of the Association, and according to the 
evidence, to the best of your understanding: so help 
you God." 
Administration Sec. 8. The Chairman or Acting Chairman of any 
witnesses. Committee of Arbitration or Appeals shall have power 



Oath of 
members of 
Committee.s 



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to administer suitable oaths to the parties and wit- 
nesses, and to issue citations to witnesses. 

Sec. 9. Parties desiring the services of either of submissions, 
the foregoing committees shall notify the Secretary to 
that effect in writing, and, before the hearing of the 
case, shall file an agreement with him, signed by the Agreement 
parties to the controversy, binding themselves to abide, award, 
perform, and fulfill the final award or finding which 
shall be made touching the matter submitted, without 
recourse to any other court or tribunal. l^either 
party shall postpone the trial of a case longer than ten Postponement 
days after it has been submitted, unless good cause 
can be shown therefor, satisfactory to the committee. 
Trifling and unimportant matters shall not be enter- Trifling 

Ti 1 /-^ • I- A 1 • • * matterb not to 

tamed by the Committee oi Arbitration. Any be entertained, 
member of a firm may execute said agreement on 
behalf of such firm. 

Sec. 10. Members ofj^the Committees of Arbitra- Fine of 
tion or Appeals |f ailing to'attend when their services committee, 
are required may be fined, for the use of the Associa- 
tion, three dollars for each default, unless a satisfac- 
tory excuse shall be made to the committee. 

Sec. 11. The fees for arbitration, under the Rules, Fees. 
By-Laws, and Regulations of the Association, shall be 
as follows : 
For each case whpre the amount in controversy 

shall be under $500 $10 00 

Where the amount in controversy shall be 

from $500 to $1,000 15 00 

Where the amount in controversy shall be from 

$1,000 to $1,500 20 00 

Where the amount in controversy shall be from 

$1,500 to $2,500 25 00 

Where the amount in controversy shall be from 

from $2,500 upward 50 00 

The fees, as above, shall be paid in advance, to the 
Secretary, by the party bringing the case, and shall be 
equally divided between the members of the committee 
hearing the case. 



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Sec. 12, The fees of the Committee of Appeals- 
shall be the same as the fees in the same case before 
the Committee of Arbitration, and they shall be paid 
and disposed of in the same manner. 

Sec. 13. If parties to a controversy fail to appear 
at the time set for trial, or request a postponement, 
they may (if the case is postponed) be assessed with 
costs, by and for the use of the committee, in any sum, 
in the committee's discretion, not exceeding five dol- 
lars. The committee, however, may insist that the 
trial shall take place without postponement. 

Sec. 14. When neither of the parties in the con- 



Fees on 
appeals. 



Failure to 
appear. 



Costs for 
postponement. 



Fees on 

submissions by , . , ^,, . . ,. ,, „ 

non-members, troversy IS a member oi the Association, the aiore- 



Costs to be 
assessed by 
committee. 



said fees may be doubled. Fees, and all additional 
costs that may be incurred in the investigation of suits, 
shall be finally paid by either of the parties in the- 
case, as may be decided by the committee hearing the 
same, and shall be included in their award or finding. 



EULE IX. 



SPECIAL COMMITTEES. 



How 
appointed. 



Section 1. Special committees may be appointed 
by the Association, by the President, or by the Board of 
Directors, to such service and in such manner as they 
may see fit, and it shall be the duty of every com- 
mittee api^ointed by the Association, the President, 
or the Board of Directors, to act when properly called 
upon. 



PULE X. 



MEMBERSHIP AND ASSESSMENTS. 



Qualifications. Section 1. Any pei'soii of good character and 
Application. Credit, and of legal age, on presenting a written ap- 
plication, indorsed by two members, and stating the 
name and business avocation of the applicant, after 



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ten days' notice of siidi application shall liave been how admitted, 
posted on the bulletin of the Exchange, may be 
admitted to membership in the Association, upon 
approval by at least ten (10) affirmative ballot votes 
of the Board of Directors, and upon payment of an initiation fee. 
initiation fee of ten thousand dollars, or on presen- 
tation of a certificate of unimpaired or unforfeited 
membership, duly transferred, and by signing an 
agreement to abide by the Rules, Kegulations, and 
By-Laws of the Association, and all amendments that 
may be made thereto. 

Sec. 2. Every member shall be entitled to receive certificate of 
a certificate of membership, bearing the corporate 
seal of the Association and the signatures of the 
President and Secretary ; and if the member in whose 
name said certificate stands has paid all assessments when 

J TT . . -, . j;T T • J 1 transferable. 

due, and has against him no outstanding unadjusted 
or unsettled claims or contracts held by members of 
the Association, and said membership is hot in any 
way impaired or forfeited, it shall, upon the payment how 
of twenty-five (25) dollars, be transferable upon the ™°^ ^™ 
books of the Association to any person eligible to 
membership who may be approved by the Board of 
Directors, after due notice, by posting, as provided in 
Section 1 of this Rule. The membership of a de- Membership 
ceased member shall be transferable, in like manner, personr**^ 
by his legal representative. Prior to the transfer of 
any membership, application for such transfer shall be Application 
posted upon the bulletin of the Exchange for at to be posted, 
least ten days, when, if no objection is made, it shall 
be assumed the member has no outstanding claims 
against him. 

Sec. 3. When the annual assessment is made, it when due. 
shall be considered due ; and any member neglecting Delinquents 
or refusing to pay the same within thirty (30) days the Exchange, 
thereafter, may be excluded from the rooms of the 
Association until such assessment is paid. And in 
case of the failure of any member to pay the annual 
assessment during the whole of any fiscal year of 



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the Association (said fiscal year beginning and closing 

with the day of the regular annual election), the 

Sale of mem- membership of such member, together with all his 

non-payment rights and privileges in the Association, shall be sold 

under the direction and order of the Board of 

Proceeds, how Directors, and the proceeds of such sale, after deduct- 

disposed of. . ^^ ^ 1 * • • T 1 j> 

mg all dues to the Association and the expenses of 
sale, shall be paid to the party in whose name the 
membership previously stood, or to his legal repre- 
sentatives ; subject, however, to the payment, wholly 
or pro rata, of all claims due by the delinquent 
member to other members of the Association. Pay- 
suspended ment of annual assessments by a member, while 

members. .in i -, • 

under suspension, shall not be construed as m any 
way affecting such suspension. 

KULE XI. 

MESSENGERS. 



messengers. 



Conditions. Section 1. The Board of Directors shall be au- 

thorized, under such restrictions, regulations, and 
limitations as they may deem proper, to grant ad- 
mission to the Exchange Rooms to messengers for 

Privileges of members, such messengers not to be allowed to trans- 
act any business beyond communicating with their 
principals, and not to remain longer than is necessary 
for that purpose. 

EULE XII. 

VISITORS. 



Introduction. 



Restrictions. 



SECTioisr 1. Visitors may be introduced to the Ex- 
change Rooms upon such terms and for such time 
as the Board of Directors may from time to time 
determine. 'No person holding a visitor's ticket shall 
be permitted to negotiate or transact any business in 
the Exchange Rooms. For any violation of this Rule 
the privilege of visiting the rooms may be forfeited. 



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EULE XIII. 



COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS. 



Section 1. The Board of Directors may authorize under coutroi 
the issue of complimentary tickets of admission to Directors. 
the Exchange Rooms to such persons as they may 
designate ; but no person holding such a ticket shall Restrict lous. 
be entitled to vote, or to transact any business in the 
Exchange Rooms, except such as may be incident to 
the business on account of which the ticket was issued. 



RULE XIY. 



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BROKERS ; AND COMMISSION RATES. 



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Section 1. A member of the Association may act Duties and re- 

as a broker only as between other members. ^^^°^ ;• '^■■-■"-^M 

broker shall reveal the name of his principal when a : VI 

transaction is made, if demanded; otherwise he may -J 
not be considered and treated as a broker, but as a 

principal. :;3 

Sec 2. In case a member of the Association shall Responsibility ; ;1 

r -1 • tj: ii^ -I ,' 11 ontradesmade 

by himseli, or thorough any person acting as a clerk for parties not :■ ^ 

PT. liic'ii p "" members of -ij 

lor mm, make trades lor or give the name 01 a corpo- the Board. ■ :.| 
ration or of any person or firm not a member of the "''■ ■-.■/:■'& 

Board of Trade as the principal on any trade or / i 

contract, such member shall be held liable both for ;- ' 

the acceptance of the same by the alleged principal, / :' ; 

and for the faithful execution of the same under the 1 

Rules of the Board of Trade by such principal. ;^ 

Sec 3. The following rates of commission charges Rates of ;«1 

« . . TT , ,• c ,1 . commission on :? 

for receiving, selling, and accounting tor the various consignment. \i 

kinds of property herein named, being just and rea- ;i,;i 

sonable, are declared to be the established minimum ■ j 

rates of commissions governing the members of this -I 



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Association so far as relates to the receiving, selling, 
and accounting for the property named, viz. : 

Wheat and For selling car-load lots of wheat 
and rye in store, free on board 
cars or vessels, on track de- 
livered, or to be shipped from 
any other point 1 cent per bushel. 

Com in store. For selling car-load lots of corn 

in store ^ '" " 

Corn otherwise For Selling corn otherwise than 

than in store. . '^- 

in store 1 ' 

Oats. For selling car-load lots of oats . . . . -| " " 

Barley in store. For Selling car-load lots of barley 

in store 1 " " 

Barley For Selling car-load lots of barlev, 

otherwise ^ '' 

than in store. free on board cars or vessels, 

on track, delivered, or to be 
shipped from any other point, 1^ " " 

Canal grain. For selling canal-boat loads of 
grain in store, or afloat, or 
free on board vessels ^ " " 

Flax seed. For Selling flax seed in bulk 1 per cent. 

For selling flax seed in bags 1^ " " 

Clover seed. For selling clover seed in car-load 

lots . '. 1 " " 

For selling clover seed in less than 

car-load lots li " " 

Timothy seed. For Selling timotliy seed li " " 

other seeds. For selling all other seeds 1"! " " 

Dressed hogs. For Selling dressed hogs in car- 
load lots H " " 

Dressed hogs. For Selling dressed hogs in less 
than car-load lots, not less than 
1|- per cent, nor to exceed . . . . 2|- " " 

Miiistuffs. For selling bran, shorts, and mill- 

stuifs $3.50 per car. 

Corn meal and For selliiio; com meal and mixed 

feed $5.00 " " 

Broom corn. For Selling broom corn ^ cent per pound 



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In addition to the above, there shall be charged Expenses to 

T , . , . ^ •! • J t)e charged. 

such legitimate expenses as are necessarily incurred 
in caring for the property and guarding the interests 
■of both consignor and consignee. Il^othinsr in this special 

contracts 

Kule shall be so construed as to prevent any special 
agreement between consignor and consignee by which 
a higher rate of commission may be charged in 
special cases. 

Sec. 4. The following Schedule of Commissions commissions 
is established for the government of members of the and sale oi- 

. x-L • • J. j: \ ji ±^^ purchase and 

Association as the Tmmmum rates oi charges for the shipment, 
purchase and sale, or purchase and shipment, of the 
several commodities named, whether the property 
be purchased for an immediate or contracted for a 
future delivery, and whether the contract for pur- 
chase or sale be first in order in the transaction, 
to-wit : 

In cases where the transaction is made by order charges to 

/. ,_ t^ j_' ^ i 1 f ,^ nou -members. 

or for account or parties who are not members of the 

Association : 

For the purchase and sale of property in the Chi- 
cago market : 

On all kinds of grain in lots of 5,000 bushels or Grain, 
more, ^ of one cent per bushel. 

On lard in lots [oi 250 tierces or more, 10 cents Lard, 
per tierce. 

On mess pork hi lots of 250 barrels or more, 5 cents Mess pork, 
per barrel. 

On other meats in lots of 50,000 pounds or more Meats. 
■| of one per cent. 

In cases where the transaction is made by order charges 
or for account of parties who are members of the members. 
Association, the minimum charge shall be one-half 
the rates provided by this section, to-wit : 

For the purchase and sale of property in the Chi- 
cago market : 

On all kinds of grain in lots of 5,000 bushels or Grain, 
more, ^ of one cent per bushel. 



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Lard. 



Mess Pork. 



Meats. 



Purchase and 
shipment. 



Grain. 



Provisions. 



Brokerage. 



Grain, 
Lard. 

Mess Pork. 
Meats. 



On lard in lots of 250 tierces or more, 5 cents 
per tierce. 

On mess pork in lots of 250 barrels or more, 2^ 
cents per barrel. 

On other meats in lots of 50,000 pounds or more, 
^ of one per cent. 

Sec. 5. For tbe purchase and shipment by vessel 
cargo : 

On wheat, [rye, and barley, ^ of one cent per 
bushel. 

On other grain, ^ of one cent per bushel. 

For the purchase and shipment by rail : 

On grain of all kinds, ^ of one cent per bushel. 

For the purchase and shipment of lard, mess pork, 
and all other meats, ^ of one per cent. 

For brokerage where the name of the principal is 
given the day on which the transa