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Bulletin No. 17. 

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

SECTION OP 1*X)BEIGN MAHKETS. 



SOURCES OF THE AGRICDLTIAL II 



OF THK 



UNITED STAI^ES, 



1894-1898. 



BY 



FUANK H. niTGHCOCK, 

CHIEF. SECTION OF FOREIGN MARKETS. 




WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT I'KIXTTNG OFFICE. 
19 0. 



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PUBLICATIONS OF THB SUCTION OF FOREIQN MARKETS. 

Bulletins (to be prooarecl a( the prioes indicated from the Saperintendeut of Doon- 
ments, Uniou Baildlog, WasbingtoD, D. C): 

No< 1. — Great Britain and Ireland. Price (including (nipple men t), 10 cents. 

No. 2: — The German Empire. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 3. — France. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 4.~Canada. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 5. — Netherlands. Price, 5 centis. 

No. 6. — Belgium. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 7.— Norway. Pride^ 5 ceiits. 

No. 8.— Sweden. . Price, 5 cents, 

No. 9. — Denmark. (In course of preparation.).. 

No. 10. — Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products dnrins: the Five Fiscal Tears 
189a~l897. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 11. — Spain's Foreign Trade. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 12.— Our Trade with Spain, 1888-1897. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 13.— Trade of Puerto Rico. Price, 5 cents. 

No. U.— Trade of the Philippine Islands. Price, 10 cents. 

No. 15. — Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products, 1894-1898. Price, 5 ceuts. 

No. 16.— Distribution of the Agricultural Exports of the United States, 1894-1896. 
Price, 10 cents. 

No. 17.— Sources of the Agricultural Imports of the United States, 1894-1898. 
Price, lO^ants. 

Circulars (for free distribution. Apply to the Secretary of Agriculture, Washing, 
ton, D. C.) : 

No. 1. — Peaches and Other Fruits in England. (Exhausted.) 

No. 2. — ^American Dried Apples in the German Empire. 

No. 3.— Imports and Exports for 1893 and 3894. (Exhausted.) 

No. 4. — ^An Example for American Farmers and Dairymen. (Exhausted.) 

No. 5. — ^The Treaty of Shimonoseki between China and Japan of April 17, 1895, 
and Oiir Possibilities of Trade with those Countries. (Exhausted.) 

No. 6.— Imports and Exports for 1893, 1894, and 1895. (Exhausted.) 

No. 7. — Extension of Markets for American Feed Stuffs. 

No. 8. — ^The Manchest<er District of England as a Market for American Products. 

No. 9.— Imports and Exports for 1893, 1894, 1895, and 1896. 

No. 10. — Course of Wheat Production and Exportation in the United States, Can- 
ada, Argentina, Uruguay, Russia, and British India from 1880 to 1896. 

No. 11. — Agricultural Products Imported and Exported by the United States in 
the Years Ended June 30, 1892 to 1896, luclusive. 

No. 12.-^Sources of the Principal Agricultural Imports of the United States durini^ 
th4) Five Years Ended June 30, 1896. 

No. 13. — Distribution of the Principal Agricultural Blxports of the United States 
during the Five Years Ended June 30, 1896. 

No. 14. — Hamburg as a Market for Amerioan Products. 

No. 15.— Exports of Cotton from Egypt. 

No. 16.— Our Trade with Cuba from 1887 to 1897. 

No. 17.— United States Wheat for Eastern Asia. 

No. 18.— Hawaiian Commerce from 1887 to 1897. 

No. 19. — ^Austria-Hungary as'a Factor in the World's Grain Trade; Recent Use of 
American Wheat in that Country. 

No. 20.— Agricultural Imports and Exports, 1893-1897. 

No. 21. — Agricultural Imports and Exports, 1894-1898. 



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Bulletin No. 17. 

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

SEC'lION OF FOREIGN MARKETS. 



SOURCES OF THE AGRICIILTIIRAL IMPORTS 



OF THE 



UNITED STATES, 



1894-1 898. 



BY 



FRANK H. HITCHCOCK, 

CHIEF, SECTION OF FOREIGN MARKETS. 




WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1900. 



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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



U. S. Department of Ageioultuee, 

Section of Foreign Markets, 
Washington, D. 0., January 5, 1900. 
SiB: I have the honor to transmit herewith a statistical report show- 
ing the sources of the agricaltaral imports of the United States daring 
the five fiscal years 1894-1898, and to recommend its publication as 
Bulletin ITo. 17 of this Office. 
Very respectfully, 

Prank H. Hitchcock, Chief. 
Hon. James Wilson, 

Secretary of Agriculture. 

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CONTENTS. 



Pagei 

iDtrodiiction 11 

I^incipal BOiirces of the agricultnnil importH 11 

Summary statemeDt, by conntries, of total agricnltnral imports 14 

Sonrces from which increasofl imports woro received 15 

Sourcefl from which fliminishecl imports were received 16 

Imports from the tropics 16 

Sourcen of the agricultural imports, by continents 17 

Sources of the agricultural imports, by articles 21 

Values of agricultural imports 22 

Animal matter 22 

Cattle 22 

Horses 22 

Sheep 22 

Animals not elsewhere specified, including fowls 22 

Beeswax 23 

Hones, hoofs, and horns 24 

Bristles, crude, not sorted, bnnche<l, or prepared 24 

J^ristles, sorted, bunched, or prepared 25 

Bristles (total) 25 

Butter 25 

Cheese 25 

Milk 26 

Eggs 26 

Feathers and downs, crude 26 

Silk cocoons 27 

Silk, raw, or as reeled from the cocoon 27 

Silk waste 28 

Silk (total) 28 

Wools, etc., class 1, clothing : In the greasn 28 

Wools, etc., class 1, clothing : Sconre<l , . . . 29 

Wools, etc., class 1, clothing (total) 29 

Wools, etc., class 2, combing : In the grease 29 

Wools, etc., class 2, combing : Scoured 30 

Wools, etc., class 2, combing (total) 30« 

Wools, etc., class 3, carpet : In the grease 30 

Wools, etc., class 3, carpet: Scoured 31 

Wools, etc,, class 3, carpet (total) 31 

Wools, etc. (total) 31 

Gelatin 32 

Glue 32 

Grease and tallow 33 

Gnt 33 

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Values of agricaltnral imports — Continaed. Page. 

Animal matter— Continiied. 

Hair 33 

Hide cuttings and other glue stock 34 

Goatskins 34 

Hides of cattle 35 

Hides and skins, other than furs, not elsewhere specified 36 

Hides and skins, other than furs (total) 37 

Honey 38 

Meat and meat extracts 38 

Meat products not elsewhere specified 39 

Oils, animal, not elsewhere specified, except whale and fish '39 

Oleostearin 40 

Rennets • 40 

Sausage, Bologna 40 

Sausage skins 40 

Vegetable matter 41 

Argols, or wine lees 11 

Barley 41 

Com (maize) 41 

Oats 41 

Oatmeal 42 

Rye 42 

Wheat 42 

Wheat flour 42 

Breadstiiifs, and preparations of, not elsewhere specified, used as food. 43 

Chocolate, other than confectionery and sweetened chocolate 43 

Cocoa, or cacao, crude, and leaves and shells of 44 

Cocoa, or cacao, prepared or manufactured 44 

Coffee 44 

Chicory root, raw, unground 45 

Chicory root, roasted, ground, or otherwise prepared 45 

Coffee substitutes, other than chicory root 46 

Cotton 46 

Flax 46 

Hemp 46 

Istle, or Tampioo fiber 47 

Jute and Jute butts 47 

Manila hemp 47 

Sisal grass 47 

Fibers, vegetable, not elsewhere spec! lied '48 

Flowers, natural, dressed or undressed AS 

Prune juice or prune wine 48 

Fruit Juices not elsewhere specified, including cherry juice 49 

Bananas 49 

CurrantK 49 

Dates 49 

Figs 50 

Lemons 50 

Oranges ^ 50 

Plums and prunes 51 

Raisins 51 

Fruits, prepared or preserved 52 

Fruits not elsewhere specified (including nuts free of duty, except 

cocoanuts) - 52 

Almonds 53 



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Vtluefl of agri cultu ral imports — ContiD aecl. Page. 
Vegetable matter — Continued. 

Cocoannts 54 

NntB not elsewhere specified 54 

Ginger, preserved or piokled 55 

Hay 55 

Hops 55 

Indigo 55 

Malt, barley 56 

Malt extract, fluid or solid 56 

Malt liquors, bottleil 56 

Malt liquors, unbottled 56 

Nursery stock (plants, trees, shrubs, vines, etc.) 57 

Oil cake 57 

Olive oil, salad 58 

Oils, vegetable : Fixed or expressed, other than olive 58 

Oils, vegetable: Volatile, or essential 59 

Opinm, crude or unmanufactured 59 

Opinm, prepared 59 

Rice 60 

Rice flour, ric© meal, and broken rice 60 

Sauerkraut 60 

Linseed, or flaxseed 60 

Seeds, other than linseed, or flaxseed 61 

Nutmegs 62 

Pepper, black or white 62 

Spices, ungronnd (free of duty), not elsewhere specified 62 

Spices, ground (and other dutiable) 63 

Spirits, distilled, of domestic manufacture, returned 63 

Brandy 64 

Spirits, distilled, not elsewhere specified 64 

Starch 65 

Straw 65 

Molasses 65 

Beet sugar not above No. 16 Dutch standard 66 

Sugar, other than beet, not above No. 16 Dutch standard 66 

Sugar above No. 16 Dutch standard 67 

Sugar(total) 67 

Tea 68 

Tobacco, leaf, suitable for cigar wrappers 68 

Tobacco, leaf, not suitable fi>r cigar wrappers 69 

Tobacco, leaf (total) 70 

Vanilla beans 70 

Beans and peas 71 

Cabbages 71 

Onions 71 

Potatoes 72 

Pickles and sauces 72 

Vegetables in their natural state not elsewhere specified 72 

Vegetables, prepared or preserved, not elsewhere specified.. 73 

Vinegar 73 

Wafers, nnmedicated 74 

Champagne and other sparkling wines 74 

Still wines, bottled 74 

Still wines, unbottled 75 



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Page. 

Quantities of agricultural imports 76 

Animal matter 76 

Cattle 76 

Horses 76 

Sheep 76 

Beeswax 76 

Bristles, crude, not sorted, bunched, or prepare^l 77 

Bristles, sorted, bunched, or prepared 77 

Bristles (total) 77 

Butter 78 

Cheese 78 

Eggs 78 

Silk cocoons 79 

Silk, raw, or as reeled from the cocoon 79 

Silk waste 79 

Silk (total) , 79 

Wools, etc., class 1, clothing : In the grease 80 

Wools, etc., clas8 1, clothing : Scoured 80 

Wools, etc., class 1, clothing (total) 80 

Wools, etc., class 2, combing : In the grease 81 

Wools, etc., class 2, combing : Scoured 81 

Wools, etc., class 2, combing (total) 81 

Wools, etc., class 3, carpet : In the grease , 82 

Wools, etc., class 3, carpel : Scoured 82 

Wools, etc., class 3, carpet (total) 83 

Wools, etc. (total) 83 

Glue 84 

Goatskins Si 

Hides of cattle 85 

Hides and skins, other than furs, not elsewhere specified 86 

Hides and skins, other than furs (total) 87 

Honey 88 

Oils, animal, not elsewhere specified, oxcejtt whale and fish 88 

Oleostearin 89 

Sausage, Bologna 89 

Vegetable matter 89 

Argols, or wine lees 89 

Barley 89 

Corn (maize) 90 

Oats 90 

Oatmeal 90 

Kye 90 

Wheat 90 

Wheat flour 91 

Chocolate, other than coofectiuuery and sweetened chocolate 91 

Cocoa, or cacao, crude, and leaves and shells of 91 

Cocoa, or cacao, prepared or manufactured 92 

Cofiee 92 

Chicory root, raw, unground 93 

Chic<»ry root, roasted, j^ronnd, or otherwise jirejjared 93 

Coffee substitutes, other than chicory root 94 

Cotton 94 

Flax 94 

Hemi> 95 

Istle, or Tampico fiber 95 



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CONTENTS. 9 

(Quantities of a^caltural imports — Coutiuaed. Vmgt, 
Veg:etab]e matter — CoDtiuued. 

Jute and j ate butts 95 

Manila hemp 96 

Sisal grass 96 

Fibers, vegetable, not elsewhere specified 96 

Prunejuice or prune wine 96 

Fruit Juices not elsewhere specified, including eherry Juice 97 

Currants 97 

Dates 97 

Figs 97 

Plums and prunes 98 

Raisins 98 

Almonds 98 

Hay 1 99 

Hops 99 

Indigo 99 

Malt, barley 100 

Malt liquors, bottled 100 

Malt liquors, unbottled 100 

Oilcake 100 

Olivo oil, sala<l 101 

Oils, vegetable : Volatile, or essential 101 

Opium, crude or nn manufactured 102 

Opium, prepared 102 

Rice 102 

Rice flour, rice meal, and broken rice 103 

Linseed, or flaxseed 103 

Nutmegs 103 

Pepper, black or white 103 

Spices, uiiground ( free of duty ) , not elsewhere speci Hed 104 

Spices, ground (and other dutiable) 104 

Spirits, distilled, of domestic manufacture, returned 105 

Brandy 105 

Spirits, distilled, not elsewhere specified 106 

SUrch 106 

Straw 107 

Molasses 107 

Beet sugar not above No. 16 Dutch standard 108 

Sugar, other than beet, not above No. 16 l)ut<'h standard 108 

Sugar above No. 16 ]>ntch standard 109 

Sugar (total) 109 

Tea 110 

Tobacco, leaf, suitable for cigar wrappers Ill 

Tobacco, leaf, not suitAblu for cigar wrappers Ill 

Tobacco, leaf (total) 112 

Vanilla beans 1 112 

Beans and peas 113 

Cabbages 113 

Onions 113 

Potatoes 114 

Vinegar 1 14 

Champagne and other sparkling wines 114 

Still wines, bottled 115 

Still wines, unbottled 1 15 

Index to Ubles 117 



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SOURCES OF THE AGBIOULTURAL IMPORTS OF THE 
UNITED STATES, 1894-1898. 



mTBODtJCTION. 

Balletin No. 17 embraces a series of statistical tables ' showing in 
the greatest possible detail the quantities and values of the various 
agricultural products imported into the United States from the several 
countries of supply during each of the five fiscal years 1894-1898. The 
tables are similar in form and arrangement to those printed in Bulletin 
No. 16/ which the present report is intended to supplement. As the 
list of articles included is practically complete, it has been possible, by 
summarizing the various items for each country, to arrive at the value 
of the agricultural produce received from every one of the several 
sources. The summary figures thus obtained probably comprise the 
first published statement of the total values of American agricultural 
imports, by countries. 

PRINCIPAL SOURCES OP THB AGRICULTURAL, IMPORTS. 

Daring the five fiscal years 1894-1898 the agricultural imports of the 
United States had an average annual value of $368,748,457. Sugar, 
coffee, hides and skins, wool, silk, vegetable fibers, fruits, tea, tobacco, 
and wines were the articles imported most extensively. Measured in 
value, these ten items formed over four-fifths of our total import trade 
in agricultural products for the period mentioned, their combined value 
averaging above $300,000,000 a year. 

Of this sum more than one-half was paid for two commodities — sugar 
and coffee. The average yearly value of the sugar imports for 1 894-1898 
amounted to $90,418,685, while that of the coffee imports was recorded 
at $83,570,106. 

The countries that contribute most to the supply of these two products 
are naturally the leading factors in our agricultural import trade. 
According to the statistics for 1894-1898, Brazil, which furnishes about 
two-thirds of the coffee imported into the United States, headed the 

■ The statiatios given in the present buUetln are all based upon the official ituport 
letams pablished by the Boreaa of Statistios^ United States Treasury Department. 

< Bolletin No. 16, '' Distribution of the Agricultural Exportb of the United States, 
1894-1898.'' 

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12 SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 

list Our agricultnral in^rts from this Soath American ooantry dnr- 
ing the five years had an average annual value of $59,617,524, or 16 
per cent of the total valuation placed upon imported products of agri- 
culture. Aside from coffee, the leading articles were sugar and hides. 

Guba, the principal source of the sugar purchased by the United 
States, ranked next to Brazil in importance. The average yearly value 
for 1894-1898 of our agricultural imports from the island amounted to 
$37,403,232, or 10 per cent of the total. After sugar, the most impor- 
tant items were tobacco and fruits. 

Under normal conditions, our imports of agricultural produce from 
Guba are much larger than is indicated by the average for 1894-1898. 
During the period mentioned there was a remarkable falling off, the 
import value for 1898 amounting to only $13,158,036, as compared with 
$72,451,355 for 1894. In 1894 Guba stood foremost among the sources 
of our agricultural imports, the products received from the island dur- 
ing that year exceeding in value those from Brazil. 

After Brazil and Guba, according to the returns for 1894-1898, the 
United Kingdom was the most important contributor to our import 
trade in the products of agriculture. The average annual value of the 
agricultural matter purchased from the United Kingdom amounted to 
$33,084,065, or about 9 per cent of the total. A large part of these 
imports consisted of produce of British dependencies that was reex- 
ported by the mother country. Wool and bides were the leading 
articles. Feathers, cotton, tea, flax, sugar, and spirituous liquors were 
also items of considerable importance. 

Germany ranked fourth among the sources of supply, the agricul- 
tural imports from that country during 1894-1898 having an average 
yearly value of $23,004,787, or about 6 per cent of the total. Aside 
from beet sugar, which formed the principal item, the most important 
articles were hides, hops, rice and rice flour, wines, bristles, coffee, and 
spirituous liquors. Some of the leading i)roducts received from Ger- 
many were reexports. 

Gbina was fifth in importance among the sources of our agricultural 
imports, furnishing nearly 5 per cent of the total, with an average 
yearly value of $17,278,849. Tea and silk were the principal items. 
Of the tea imported during 1894r-1898, more than one-half came from 
Gbina. Other Ghinese products received in considerable quantities 
were wool, hides, opium, and rice. 

Our agricultural imports from Japan in the period mentioned were 
nearly as large as those from Ghina, the average yearly value being 
$16,892,735. Silk was decidedly the most important item. About 
one-half of our importations of this product for 1894-1898 came from 
Japan. Japan also furnished over a third of the tea imported. Aside 
from silk and tea, the only article of much importance was rice. 

From France we imported during 1894-1898 products of agriculture 
that averaged $16,606,846 a year in total value. Wines, hides, wool, 
silk, fruits and nuts, and vegetable oils were the leading items. 

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SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 13 

Italy sold us agricultural products having an average annual value 
for the five years of $14,057,239. The principal articles were silk, 
fruits and nuts, argols, vegetable oils, hemp, macaroni, cheese, and 
wines. 

The agricultural imi>orts from Mexico had an average yearly value of 
$13,094,462. Coffee constituted the largest item. The imports of vege- 
table fibers were second in value, sisal grass being the leading variety. 
Other items of importance were cattle, hides, vanilla beans, fruits, and 
tobacco. 

From the Dutch East Indies there were agricultural imports to the 
average yearly value of $12,600,172. A large part of this sum was 
paid for cane sugar. The only other imports of much importance were 
coffee and spices. 

The Hawaiian Islands were the source of agricultural imports having 
an average value of $12,073,440 a year. After sugar, which formed 
the principal part of the trade, the principal items were rice, coffee, 
bananas, and hides. 

Our imports of agricultural produce from the British West Indies 
had an average annual value of $9,901,839. Sugar was also the chief 
import from this source. Among other articles the most important 
were bananas, oranges, cocoanuts, cocoa, coffee, and spices. 

From Canada we imported a large variety of farm products, the total 
value averaging $9,883,491 a year. The leading items included cattle, 
sheep, and horses, hides, wool, hay, potatoes, beans and peas, tobacco, 
barley, and fiax. . 

The Netherlands furnished agricultural products to the average 
yearly value of $8,961,119. Sumatra tobacco comprised about half of 
these imports, the remainder consisting chiefly of sugar, coffee, cocoa, 
vegetable oils, rice, bulbs, seeds, spices, hides, cheese, and flax. 

From the British East Indies agricultural imports with an average 
annual value of $8,910,011 were received. Jute, indigo, hides, vege- 
table oils, coffee, tea, and spices were the principal items. 

Our agricultural imports from Venezuela averaged in value $7,893,938 
a year. They consisted largely of coffee, Venezuela ranking next to 
Brazil as a source of supply. The only other items of much importance 
were cocoa, hides, and feathers. 

Argentina supplied imports of farm produce having an average 
annual value of $7,361,272. Animal products, such as hides, wool, gut, 
and bones, formed the principal part of the trade. 

From Egypt there were agricultural imports averaging $6,020,766 a 
year. Egyptian cotton was the leading factor. Sugar and goatskins 
were about the only additional items of value. 

The several countries mentioned above include all the sources from 
which products of agriculture having an average annual value in excess 
of $6,000,000 were imported during 1894-1898. 

Our agricultural imports from the Philippine Islands, consisting 



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SOURCES OF AGBICULTUBAL IMPORTS. 



chiefly of Manila hemp and sugar, averaged very close to $5,000,000, 
however, the exact figures being $4,925,669. 

Of the remaining sources of supply the most important, with the 
average yearly value of the agricultural products furnished, were as 
follows: Belgium, $3,674,528; Colombia, $3,643,605; British Goiana, 
$3,373,988; British Australasia, $3,330,193; Costa Bica, $3,086,418; 
European Russia, $2,522,463^ Uruguay, $2,480,820; Spain, $2,367,991; 
Santo Domingo, $2,292,938; Puerto Bico, $2,271,099; Guatemala, 
$2,105,391 ; and Austria-Hungary, $2,011,373. 

The only other sources from which the tlnited States received daring 
1894-1898 agricultural imports averaging above $1,000,000 in value were 
Asiatic Turkey, Salvador, Aden, European Turkey, Switzerland, Dutch 
Guiana, and British Africa. 

SUMMARY STATEMENT, BY OOUNTBEBS, OF TOTAL AGBIOnLTUBAL 

IMPORTS. 

Following is a summary table that shows the total value of the agri- 
cultural products imported into the United States from each one of the 
various foreign countries and sources of supply during the five fiscal 
years 1894-1898: 

Value of the agricultural produdsis imported into the United States from the several foreign 
countries during each fiscal year from 1S94 to 1898, inclusive. 



Coun Ixies from which 
imported. 



YeAr» ended June 30— 
1885. 1896. 1887. 



Dollar*. 

Brasil 68,100,195 

Cuba 72,451,355 

lTiiit«<l Kin^^dom ... .| 19, 830, 408 

Germany 19,981,713 

14, 282, 829 

14.035,637 

12,977,580 

12, 617, 828 

13,458,706 

11,160,208 

10, 020, 943 

12, 096, 902 

6,811,647 

8, 154, 852 

6, 687, 484 

3,281.850 

3, 403. 881 

1, 980, 563 

6, 9U2, 299 

3, 346, 875 

1,806.861 

4,216.454 

2, 116, 431 

2, 264, 582 

1,631,725 

1,317,079 

2, 914, 304 

3, 061, 507 

8, 122, 046 

2,181.911 

2, 623, 219 

1,274,883 

2,908,420 



China 
Japan 

France 

Italy 

Mexico 

Dutch Bast Indies .. 
Hawaiian Islands . . . 
British West Indies. 

Canada 

Netherlands 

Rritish Kast Indies.. 

Venezncla 

Ar^reutina 



Kfivpt. 

Philippine Islands.. 

Belgium 

Culombia 

British (fniana 

Briti.sh Australasia . 

Costa llica 

Kussia. EuroiMMin . . . 

Uruguay 

Simin 

Santo Domingo 

I'ucrto Ru'o 

Guatemala 

Austria-Hungary . . . 

Turlcey, Asiatic 

Salvacior 

British PoMessions, 
n. e. s. : 

Aden 

Malta, Goso, etc 
Other 



}■• 



654,522 




Annual average, 
1684-1888. 



DoUart, 


Perct. 


59,617,624 


16.17 


37, 403, 232 


10.14 


33,084,065 


8.07 


23,004,787 


6.24 


17, 278, 848 


4.60 


10,892,736 


4.68 


16, 606. 84« 


4.50 


14,067,239 


3.81 


13,094.462 


3.55 


12,600,172 


3.42 


12,073,440 


3.27 


0. 901, 838 


2.08 


9,883,491 


2.68 


8.961,119 


2.43 


8, 910, Oil 


2.42 


7, 803, 838 


2.14 


7.361.272 


2.00 


5,020.765 


1.36 


4,925,668 


1.34 


3,674,528 


1.00 


3,643,505 


.09 


3, 373, 888 


.01 


3. 830, 183 


.00 


3,086.418 


.84 


2,522,463 


.68 


2,480.820 


.67 


2,367,981 


.64 


2.292,838 


.62 


2.271,008 


.62 


2.106,381 


.67 


2.011,373 


.66 


1,881.666 


.51 


1,810,838 


.40 


I 1,616,414 


.44 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORT& 



15 



Valus of the agricultural products imported into the United States , etc, — Contiuued. 



Coantriefi ftom which 
imported. 



Years ended Jnne 80— 



18M. 



1805. 



1896. 



1897. 



1898. 



Annoal average, 
1884-1898. 



Turkey. Snropean . 

SwitMriaiid 

Dnteb Guiana 

British Africa 

Nioaragaa 

Haiti. 



HonffkoDfi; 

Honduras 

Greece 

Bermnda 

£coad<v 

Peru 

Africa, n.e. 8 

Danish West Indies. 

Portugal 

aiile 

French Africa 

Denmark 

BriUsli Honduras . . . 
Sweden and Korw ay 

Frencli Oceania 

Dutch West Indies.. 

Asia,n.e.s 

Newfoundland and 
Labrador 



Madagascar 

French East Indies . . 

Senria 

French West Indies. 
Azores, and Madeira 

Ishmds 

Poriagnese Africa . . 

GRnar>' Islands 

Tonga, Samoa, etc . . . 

Liberia 

Tripoli 

Spanish PoH.st.saions, 

n. e. s. : 
Spanish Africa. . 
Spanish Oceania 

Paraguay 

Greenland, looland, 

etc 

Gibraltar 

Rassia, Asiatic 

Portuguese Kast 

Imlies 

Miquekm, Langley, 

French Guiana 



l,10rp,"J25 
1, mii. 4i» 

1, W' ^570 

46,180 
C7t, 109 

77'i.276 
4U^. *J19 
BJI^, 718 
410J»M 

4lfT, 728 

IS-. 1:74 
4[>,7B2 

7J,«i74 
K^. 1M 

:i7, file 
:.7 ifll 

1, 
07,782 I 



I 



DoUon. 

1,818,886 

1,104,640 

809,115 

721,963 

1,185,661 

1,849,481 

576,742 

681,307 

277,299 

431,380 

569,012 

884,502 

332.145 

218,312 

162,196 

222,128 

267,822 

158, 749 

143, 217 

e6,235 

61,185 

118,014 

77,845 

53, M3 
52,099 



22,360 I 
16,773 I 

6,962 I 
4,453 
6.175 
18,379 
11,651 
8,454 



180 
602 



95 
144 



Total agricul 
tural uuports 

Total imports 

Per cent agri- 
cultural 



364.433,627 



654,994,622 



55.64 



10,558 
21,711 

9,016 
6,110 
23,446 
23,165 
9,752 
4,635 



20 
10,237 

9,265 

1.425 

142 



DoUan. 

1,532,560 
975,301 
877,285 

1,681,579 
773,610 
940,828 

1,164,695 
662,156 
575,401 
501, 701 
504,000 
516,954 
483,610 
287,407 
834,247 
804,852 
237,057 
150, 174 
117,460 
76,145 
81,526 
89,006 
37,851 

38,113 
13,341 
78,158 
17, 314 
5,220 

10,834 
15,687 

4,307 

64 

10,087 

4,681 



16,072 



4.240 
22 



603 

488 



373,115.085 



301,020,407 



731,060,965 



770, 724, 674 



50.07 



50.15 



IJSfl.lfSl 
I,3PT.t*5S 

:t, fJ4tt, 370 

ear, Tio 

301, (W 3 
ro; fii-jO 

32*>. 631 

3;jKil<i 

:ifhlt 770 

185,028 

273, 4«t 

rjl^. 4 hi 

137, 372 

88,381 

87,713 

57.880 

107,124 
16.246 



12,646 
8,610 

0,703 

22f760 

21, 176 

154 

7,023 
16,066 



650 
1,543 



510 



324 
37 



DoUart, 
840,786 
1,062,628 
1,407,145 
824.140 
620,607 
432,628 
431, 378 
670,882 
824,060 
441,708 
370.672 
446,776 
578,542 
316.732 
282,608 
185,288 
465,726 
133, 477 
118. 731 
201,005 
01,323 
102,065 
70,853 

5,781 
15,247 



12,005 
16,785 

20,320 
14,005 
668 
8,008 
6,67U 
140 



438 
2,358 



55 



DoOan, 

1,284,301 

1,020,831 

1,017.870 

1,012,407 

886,304 

863,406 

686,028 

671,038 

611,024 

483,432 

476,406 

426,780 

374,428 

320,080 

264,406 

242,864 

241.083 

158, 111 

110,406 

113,206 

88,320 

77.063 

60,514 

40,182 
38,048 
15.682 
14,005 
13,823 

13,186 
12,803 
10,054 
10,134 
0,217 
6,705 



3.434 
2,186 

1,853 

1.370 

842 



213 

7 



400,871,468 



314.201.706 



704,730,412 



616,040,654 



368,748,457 
700,493,865~ 



52.42 



51.02 



5L07 



Pwct, 
0.85 
.28 
.28 
.27 
.24 
.23 
.18 
.18 
.17 
.13 
.12 
.11 
.10 
.00 
.07 
.07 
.07 
.04 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.02 
.02 

.01 
.01 



100.00 



SOURCES FROM WHICH INCREASED IMPORTS WERE RECEIVED. 

Although the total value of the agricultural imports amounted to 
only $314,291,796 in 1898 ^ as compared with $364,433,627 in 1894, a con- 
siderable increase was recorded from several of the leading sources 
of supply. Japan, China, and the Hawaiian Islands afforded the most 



> The agrionltural imports for 18d8 were smaller than would normally have been 
the case, owing to the fact that in 1897 nnhsnany large stocks of some products, 
notably wool and sagar, were harried in to avoid the higher duties of the pending 
tariflf legislation. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



16 SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORT?*. 

striking instances of a growing trade. The value of the agricaltaral 
products imported from Japan rose from $14,035,637 in 1804 to 
$20,065,384 in 1898, while for the same years there was an advance in 
the case of China from $14,282,829 to $18,346,474, and in the case of 
the Hawaiian Islands from $10,020,943 to $17,142,508. 

Our agricultural imports from the United Kingdom were unusually 
small in 1894, having a value of only $19,830,498. They increased 
during 1895, 1896, and 1897, attaining a value of $49,783,159 for the 
last of these years, and then dropped in 1898 to $25,748,289. 

Among the other countries from which increased purchases of agri- 
cultural produce were made in 1898 as compared with 1894, some of the 
most notable, with the gains recorded, were as follows: Dutch East 
Indies, from $11,160,203 to $14,272,843; British EaM Indies, from 
$6,687,484 to $11,005,218; Venezuela, from $3,281,850 to $7,573,296; 
Argentina, from $3,403,881 to $6,810,954; Egypt, from $1,980,563 to 
$4,825,509; and Colombia, from $1,806,861 to $4,546,839. 

SOURCES FROM WHICH DIMINISHED IMPORTS WERE RECEIVED. 

Of the sources from which products of agriculture were received iu 
diminished quantities during the five years, Cuba was the most con- 
spicuous. As a result of the disturbed conditions that prevailed on 
the island, our agricultural imports from Cuba declined in value from 
$72,451,355 in 1894 to only $13,158,036 in 1898, a falling off of nearly 
$60,000,000. 

Next to the Cuban trade, the most important decline occurred iu the 
case of Brazil, our agricultural imports from that country showing a loss 
of more than $20,000,000. The value for 1898 was only $46,460,192, as 
against $68,100,195 for 1894. 

Among the other instances of decline, some of the most noticeable 
were as follows: Germany, from $19,981,713 to $14,183,922; British 
West Indies, from $12,096,902 to $9,433,064; Philippine Islands, from 
$6,992,299 to $3,772,835; and Salvador, from $2,903,420 to $753,893. 

IMPORTS FROM THE TROPICS. 

Over one-half of the agricultural produce imported into the United 
States during 1894-1898 came from countries that lie wholly or in chief 
part within the tropics. Those imports, consisting largely of products 
that can not be supplied from our own soil, had an average annual 
value for the five years of $102,732,457. From <rountries outside of 
the tropics there were during the same period average yearly imports 
of agricultural products to the value of $176,016,000. An important 
part of these latter imports, however, undoubtedly consisted of tropical 
products received indirectly as reexports. 

The value of the products of agriculture imported directly from 
tropical countries during each of the five years 1894-1898 will be seen 
from the following statistics: 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OF AGBICULTUBAL IMP0ET8. 



17 



Value of the agricultural products imported into the United States from tropical countries 
during each fiscal year from 1894 to 1898, inclusive. 



CoantrieB from 
which imported. 



Brazil 

We8t Indies 

East Indies 

Mexico 

Hawaiian Islands . . 
Central America . . . 

Yeuezaela 

Philippine Islands . 

Gaianas 

Colombia 

Aden 

Hongkong 

Ificnador 

Pern 

Africa, n. e. 8 

British Honduras . . 

French Oceania 

Madagascar 

Poriugnese Africa . 
Tonga, Samoa, etc . . 
Lil>eria 



6^. 3IHI 
91.:t.:u. 
17, -17 

i:s-i.-^.^ 

I. I'rW 

a L.'/.L, 



Tears ended June 30 — 
1896 



6Jl rj:.. 1.38 
e&, 117.^57 
li^, ]rl.j. J23 
12. :U7.:a4 

7 ^rJ 726 
1(1, *>7+t, JS6 

I.T'-i: 734 
a. :i:.<r. -.'18 

8 ii(f» .65 
3l, Ml, Ul5 

576, 742 

560, 012 

384,602 

332, 145 

143. 217 

61,185 

52,099 

6,110 

23,165 

9.752 



I 



1897. 



60. f^.<i7. 7H 
51, M- ■.►28 
2J, TiiaTSfi 

rj.vrfi,:L«5 

n. 71-^1^1 

H, 1111,087 
0,4^1. i;t2 
4, S7I, im 
■i. -m. 741 

i. 3-17, 182 

1,1>1&, B80 

1, Ki4, l«5 

S4I I , lKJO 

4;-:e. i.li' 
U7,44ii* 
81,526 
18,341 
15,687 
64 
10,987 



Total 230,943,956 202,342,234 106,441,363 173,036,554 160,898,179 102,732,457 100.00 



57, Mi.:i50 
31.7N,<«3 
22 (i:'S 465 
la.Hr* 1,248 
13, Wi. 742 
7. mK 545 
1.1, _'«iij, 784 

1. :>s'^. j67 

4,<iK1, 248 

4, .^}. 078 

I, 4Ufi, 256 

WU, J16 

391, 073 

370,659 

200,251 

129. 416 

98,381 

16,246 

22,769 

154 

7,023 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



4« 4<><K L92 
SH, tktfn, 788 
25. L*7H, IJ61 
13. 0:.3, 657 
17 NJ. 508 

fl. .'.r^ u«2 

7,.'.7.i 1296 

:s. 772, ^35 

4, Hi*;. ^76 

4. Tj Hi, K39 

1,^jL^ E93 

^•^\ -i78 

:t7si. J. 72 

4 H-. 776 

r.7-,:42 

I! ,731 

ri! 23 
UJ47 
14,095 
8,908 
6,670 



DoOars. 

59,617,524 

53, 153, 472 

21,526,039 

13.094,462 

12,073,440 

8, 560, 990 

7, 893. 038 

4, 925, 660 

4,391,874 

3, 643. 505 

h 1, 676, 445 

686,028 

476, 495 

426,789 

374, 428 

119,405 

88,329 

38,943 

12,803 

10,134 

9,217 



I 



Per et. 

30.93 

27.58 

11.17 

6.79 

6.26 

4.44 

4.10 

2.56 

2.28 

1.89 

b.95 

.to 

•.25 
22 

'.10 
.06 
05 
.02 
.01 

.01 



a Including, in 1804 and 1805, Malta, Gozo, etc., Falkland Islands, and Auckland, Fiji, etc. 
b Annual average, 1806-1808. 

SOURCES OF THE AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS, BY CONTINENTS. 

A classification of the agricultural imports for 1894-1898, by conti- 
nents, shows that about 30 per cent came from Europe, 23 per cent from 
South America, 23 per cent from North America, 16 per cent from Asia, 
5.5 x>er cent from Oceania, and less than 2 per cent from Africa. 

The value of agricultural products received from European countries 
increased from $87,142,996 in 1894 to $152,479,699 in 1897, and then 
fell in 1898 to $87,372,948. The average for the five years was 
$109,781,213. Eeexports of produce derived originally from other con- 
tinents played an important part in the imports received from Europe. 

Our agricultural imports from South America in 1894 were valued at 
$84,258,491. There was an increase to $93,184,513 in 1895, but during 
each succeeding year the value declined, until in 1898 it fell as low as 
$71,616,117. The annual average amounted to $86,537,267. 

The imports of agricultural produce into the United States from other 
North American countries declined iieariy one half during the five 
years, the value for 1898 amounting to only $56,701,246, as compared 
with $121,138,638 for 1894. The average was $85,335,647 a year. 

Ill the agricultural imports from Asia, on the other hand, there was a 
marked increase, the value of the products received from that continent 
advancing from $49,827,752 in 1894 to $67,434,863 in 1898. The five 
years showed an annual average of $59,935,646. 

An important growth also occurred in the importation of agricultural 
products from Oceania, the value for 1898 amounting to $24,439,976, 
while that for 1894 was only $19,287,284. The yearly average came to 
$20,427,765. 

15910— No. 17 2 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



18 



SOURCES OF AOBICULTUBAL IMPORTS. 



Oar agricultaral imports fi*oin Africa rose in value from $2,778,466 
in 1894 to $10,357,001 in 1896, and then declined to some extent in 1897 
and 1898, the record for the latter year being $6,726,646. There was 
an average of $6,730,919 a year. 

The following table shows the value of the agricultural products 
imported into the United States from the several continents during 
each year from 1894 to 1898, inclusive: 

Value of the agriouUural produols imported into the United States from the several conti- 
nents duHng each fiscal year from 1894 to 1898 ^ inclusive. 



Continente from 


Years ended June 30— 


Ajinaal average. 


which imported. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1896. 


1894-1898.^^ 


BuTope 


DoUan. 
87,142,996 
84, 258, 491 
121,138,638 
49,827,752 
19, 287, 284 
2.778,466 


DoUart. 
106.128,732 
93,184,518 
98,145,537 
55,729,411 
15,027.343 

4,900,449 


DoUatB. 
115.781,686 
92,743,457 
84.910,166 
65, 634. 195 
21,572,902 
10,367,001 


DoUara. 
152,479,699 
90,883,761 
65.752.649 
61,052,008 
21,811,320 

8,892,031 


DoOart, 
87,872,948 
71,616,117 
56,701,246 
67,434,863 
24,489,976 

6.726,646 


DaUar$, 
109.781.213 
86.637.267 
85.335.647 
69.935,646 
20,427,765 
6,730,919 


Ptret. 
29.77 


South America 

North America 

Asia 

Oceania 


28.47 

28.14 

16.25 

6.54 


Africa 


1.83 






Total 


364,433,627 


373,116,965 


391.029,407 


400.871,468 


314,291,796 


368,748,457 


100.00 







Of the agricultural products imported into the United States from 
Europe during 1894-1898, slightly more than one-half, measured in 
value, came from two countries, the United Kingdom and Germany. 
The former country was the source of 30 per cent and the latter of 21 
per cent. France furnished 15 per cent, Italy 13 per cent, the Nether- 
lands 8 per cent, Belgium 3.4 per cent, Eurojpean Bussia 2.3 per cent, 
Spain 2.2 per cent, Austria-Hungary 1.8 per cent, and European Tur- 
nkey 1.2 per cent. Following is a table showing the imports from the 
several European countries in each of the years mentioned : 



Value of the ayrioultural products imported into the United States from the countries of 
Europe during each fiscal year from 1894 to 1898, inclusive. 



Countries from whicb . 
imported. I 



1894. 



Austria- HuDffary . . . 
Asoros, and Madoria 

Islauds 

Belgium 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Gibraltar 

Greece 

Greenland, Iceland, 

etc 

Italy 

Malta, Gozo, etc 

Ketherlauda . . . , 

Portugal 

Knseia, Suropeau . . . 

Servia 

Spain 

Sweden and Norway. 

Switzerland 

Turkey. European. . . 
United Kingdom . . . . 

Total Burope.. 



DoUarg. 
2, 623. 219 

6,952 

a, 346, 875 

74,674 

12, 977, 580 

19,981,713 

95 

772,276 



12,617,828 

(a) 

8.154,852 

211.563 

1,631,725 

22,360 

2, 914, 304 

65,724 

805,683 

1, 105, 125 

19,830,498 



Years ended June 30- 



1895. 



Dollars. 
1, 545, 705 

9,016 

2,620,377 

158, 749 

17, 251, 176 

16, 977, 618 

1,425 

277,299 

9,265 
14.726,290 

(a) 

10, 574, 406 

162,106 

2.491,959 

10,558 

2, 164, 444 

86,235 

1, 104. 640 

1, 318, 886 

34,638,488 



87,142,996 106,128,732 116,781,686 



1896. 



DoUars. 
2, 078, 607 

19,834 

4, 684, 790 

150, 174 

17,758,294 

22, 522, 506 

4.240 

575, 401 



15. 957, 559 

10, 416 

8,727,552 

334, 247 

2,554,418 

17, 314 

2, 382, 438 

76, 145 

975, 301 

1,532,560 

35,419,890 



1897. 



DoUari. 
2,824,327 

9.793 

6,236,663 

273,483 

20, 451, 293 

41, 858, 178 

650 

609,682 



13,014,765 

8,387 

10, 183, 995 

331, 416 

2,397,421 

12,046 

2.165.820 

137, 372 

1,156,051 

1,524,598 

49, 783, 159 



152,479,6 



1898. 



J>ollar8. 
985,007 

20.329 

1,483,937 

133, 477 

14, 595. 890 

14. 188, 922 

438 

824,960 



13,969.751 

13,396 

7,164.788 

282,608 

3, 536, 792 

12,095 

2,212,960 

201,005 

1,062,528 

940, 786 

25, 748, 289 



Annual average, 
1894-1888. 



87,372,948 



DoUart. 
2,011,873 

13.185 

3,674,528 

158,111 

16,606,846 

23,004,787 

1,370 

611,924 

1,863 

14,067,289 

b 10, 733 

8,961,119 

264,406 

2, 522, 463 

14,995 

2,867,991 

118,296 

1,020,881 

1,284,891 

33,084,066 



109, 781, 218 



PereL 
1.88 

.01 
3.35 

.14 
15.18 
20.96 



12.80 

b.Ol 

8.16 

.24 

2.80 

.01 

2.16 

.10 

.93 

1.17 

30.14 



100.00 



a Not separately stated. 



Annual average, 1886-1896. 



Dogle 



BOURGEB OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS 



19 



Over two-thirds of oar agricultnral imports from South America nad 
their source in Brazil, that country supplying nearly 69 per cent of the 
totaL About 9 per cent came from Yenezuela, 8.5 per cent from 
Argentina, 4.2 per cent from Colombia, 3.9 per cent from British Guiana, 
2.9 per cent from Fruguay, and 1.2 per cent from Dutch Guiana. 
The imi)orts from the various South American countries during each 
of the five years are shown by the following statistics: 

Value of the agrieultural products imported into the United States from the countries of 
South America during each fiscal year from 1894 to 1898y inclusive. 



Countries tsom 


Tears ended June 30— 


Annual average, 


which imported. 


18M. 


1805. 


1896. 


1897. 


1896. 


1804-1898. 


AnmntliiA 


DoUlar; 

8, 403,881 

68,100,105 

137.274 

1,806,801 

588,718 

(a) 


DoOart. 

7.609,820 

66,425.138 

222,128 

3,046.565 

569.012 

(a) 


Dollart. 
9,253,018 
60,667,744 

304,852 
4, 527. 182 

504.000 


Donarg. 

10,728,679 

57,434,850 

354.770 

4,290,078 

391,073 


IMker: 
5,810,954 
46,460,192 
195,298 

379,672 


DoUart. 

7, 361, 272 

59,617,524 

242,864 
3,643,505 

476,495 


Porct. 
8.51 


b5Si ..";:.....:.:. 


68.89 


Chile 


.28 


Colombia 


4.21 


Hyililf^Til^ 1>1ati<1ii 


.55 














GnJADas : 

British 


4,216,454 
1,040,483 


2,521,103 
809,115 


3,415.446 
877,295 


3,657,805 

955,406 

37 


3,059,131 
1,407,145 


3,373,988 
1,017,870 


3.00 


]>atch 


1.17 


Frencli 
















Total 


5,256,887 


3,330,218 


4,292,741 


4,613,248 


4,466,276 


4,301,874 


5.07 






PWIUIT 


692 

415,054 

1,817,070 

3,281,850 


10,287 
884,502 








2,186 

426,780 

2,480,820 

7,803,038 




Peru 


516,954 
3,215,834 
9,461,132 


870,660 
3,436,120 
9,265,784 


446.776 
1,736,814 
7,573,296 


.40 
2*87 




0.13 






Total South 
America .... 


84,258,491 


98,184,513 


92,743,457 


90,883,761 


71,616,117 


86,537,267 


100.00 



a Not separately stated. 

Among the North American sources of our agricultural imports, Cuba 
was decidedly the most important, furnishing 44 per cent. The West 
Indies entire supplied 62 per cent. Mexico was the source of 15.3 per 
cent, the British West Indies of 11.6 x)er cent, Canada of 11.6 per cent, 
Costa Bica of 3.6 per cent, Santo Domingo of 2.7 per cent, Puerto Bico 
of 2.7 per cent, Guatemala of 2.5 per cent, Salvador of 2.1 per cent, 
Nicaragua of 1 per cent, and Haiti of 1 per cent. The Central Ameri- 
can countries, as a group, furnished 10 per cent. In the following 
table the imports from the several North American sources are shown 
for the live years: 

Value of the agricultural products imported into the United States from the countries of 
North America during each fiscal year from 1894 to 1898, inclusive. 



Ooontrtee from 


Tears ended Jane 80— 


Annual average, 


which Imported. 


1804. 


1806. 


1886. 


1807. 


1898. 


1894-1898. 


fiermiida 


Dollars, 

485,210 

88.104 

6,8U,647 


DoUars. 

481,330 

148,217 

11,005,870 


DoUart, 
501, 701 
117,460 
11,606,005 


DoUart. 
607,110 
129,416 
11,453,799 


DoUart. 
441,798 
118,731 

8.449,144 


DoUart. 
483,432 
119,405 

0,883,401 


Paret, 
0.57 


BiitialiHondnxas... 
Ctnaila 


.14 
11.58 






Centnl America: 

OosUBIca 

Ouatemala 

Hondoras 

Kleaxagna 

Sidrador 


2,264,582 
2,181,911 
017.456 
1,046.870 
2,908,420 


3,270.427 
2,680,270 
001,307 
1,186,561 
3,150,712 


3,800,753 

2,037.686 

652.156 

778,610 

1,145,882 


3,308,175 

1, 845, 413 

718,888 

805,280 

1,001,788 


2,680,154 

1,801,666 

679,882 

620,007 

753,893 


3,086,418 

2,105.891 

671,938 

886,304 

1,810.039 


8.61 
2.47 
.70 
1.04 
2.12 


Total 


0,018,739 


10,076,286 


8,410,087 


7,850,545 


6,545,292 


8,560,990 


10.03 




' I 



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20 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Value of ike agriouUural products imported inlo the Unitsd StateB, He, — Continued. 



Coantries from 


Years ended June 30— 




Annual average, 


which imported. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 

DoUars. 
12, 751, 385 

488 

3.1. iia 


1897. 


1808. 


1894-1808. 


Mexico 


DoVlart. 
13,458,706 


I>6Uar9. 
12,327,314 

200 

53,863 


DoUar». 
13, 881, 248 

324 

107,124 


Dollars. 
13,053,657 

55 

5.781 


DoUart. 
13,094,462 

213 

40,182 


Peret. 
15.34 


Miquolon, Langley, 




Newfoundland and 
Labrador. ......... 


1.028 


.06 








West Indies: 

British : 


12,096.902 

72,451,355 

497,726 

37, 616 

16,773 

46,180 

8, 122, 046 

3, 061, 507 


8,533,630 

49,559,808 

218,312 

118. 014 

21,711 

1.849,481 

1,482,171 

1,334,330 


8,891.128 

36, 386, 420 

287,497 

89,906 

5,229 

940.829 

2,262,253 

2,655,664 


10,564,473 

15,460,540 

329,631 

37,713 

8,619 

1.048,370 

2, 094, 319 

2,180,418 


9,433,064 

13,158,036 

316, 732 

102,065 

16,785 

432,628 

2,394,706 

2,232,772 


9.901.839 

37,403,232 

329,980 

77,063 

13,823 

863.498 

2.271,099 

2.292,938 


11.00 


Cuba 


43.83 


Danish 


.38 


Dutch 


.09 


French 


.02 


Haiti 


1.01 


Puerto liico 

Santo Domingo.. 


2.66 
2.60 


Total . 


91, 330, 105 


63.117,457 


51. 518, 928 


31,714,083 


28,086,788 


53,153,472 


62.20 






Totel North 
.America 


121,138,638 


98, 145, 537 


84, 940. 160 


65, 752, 649 


56,701,246 


85,335,647 


100.00 



China supplied 29 per cent of our agricultural imports from Asiay 
and Japan 28 per cent. The Dutch East Indies were the source of 21 
per cent, and the British East Indies of 15 per cent. Asiatic Turkey 
furnished 3.1 per cent, Aden 2.6 per cent, and Hongkong 1.1 per cent. 
Detailed statistics of the imports from Asia during 1894-1898 are 
given below : 

Value of the agricultural products imported into the United States from the countries of 
Asia during each fiscal year from 1894 to 1898, inclusive. 



Countries from which 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual average. 


imported. 


1894. 1 1895. 1 1896. 


1897. 


1808. 


1894U1896. 


A den -. 


Dollars, 
a 1, 654, 522 
14.282,829 


DoUars. 
a1, 361, 015 
18, 050, 125 


DoUars. 

1, 615, 886 

18, 648, 821 


Dollars. 

1,498,256 

17.065,995 


DoUars. 

1,915,193 

18,346,474 


DoUars. 
61,676,445 
17,278,849 


Psret. 
62.50 


China 


28.83 






Eant Indies : 

British 


6,687,484 
11,160,203 


10,548,478 
7,611,745 


9, 020, 100 

14,597,895 

78, 158 

603 


7, 279, 773 
15, 358, 173 


11,005,218 
14,272,843 


8,910,011 

12,600,172 

15,632 

224 


14.87 


Diitch 


21.02 


French 


.03 


Portuguese 






519 














Total 


17,847,687 18,160.223 


23,705,756 


22,638,465 


25,278,061 


21, 526, 039 


35.98 






Uoncrlcons .......... 


674, 109 .'>7«. 742 


1, 164, 695 

18, 381, 579 

22 

2, 079, 585 

37, 851 


583. 216 

16.419.113 

1,543 

2, 787. 540 

57.880 


431, 378 

20,065.384 

2,358 

1,325,062 

70,953 


686,028 

16,802,735 

842 

1,881,665 

60,514 


1 14 


Japan 


14, 035, 637 

144 

1.274,883 

57,941 


15, 561, 965 

142 

1,941,254 

77,945 


28.18 


Russia, Aaiatio 

Turkey. Asiatic 

Asia, u. e. s. ......... 


"iii 

10 






Total Asia..-. 


49,827,752 


55,729,411 


65, 634, 195 


61, 052, 008 


67,434,863 1 59.935,646 


100.00 



a Including, in 1894 ami 1895. Malta, Gozo, etc., Falkland Islands, and Auckland, F^Ji, etc. 
b Annual average, 1896-1898. 

Of the products of agriculture imported from Oceania, 69 per cent 
came from the Hawaiian Islands. The Philippine Islands supplied 24 
per cent and British Australasia 16 per cent. Following are statistics 
in detail as to the imports from Oceania during 1894-1898. 



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21 



Value of the agrioHliural produois imported into the United States from the countries of 
Oceania during each fiscal year from 1894 to 1S98, inclusive. 



Conntriee from which 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual average. 


imported. 


1804. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1808. 


1894-1898. 


Aackland.FtJi,ete.. 

French Oceania 

Hawaiian IfilandB . . . 
Philippine lalauds . . 

SiMuilsh Oceania 

Tonga, Samoa, etc... 


DoUarg. 

(a) 

2,116,431 

139, 232 

10,020,943 

6,992,299 

(a) 

18.379 


DoOart. 

(a) 
2,390,533 

61,185 
7,849,726 
4,702,734 


Dottart. 


IkOlars. 


Dollars. 


DoOars. 


Peret, 


4,909,123 

81,526 

11,710.281 

4,871,908 


3,780,476 

96.381 

13, 643, 742 

4,288,567 


3,454.402 

61,323 

17, 142, 508 

3,772,836 


3,330,198 

88,329 

12,073,440 

4, 925, 669 


16.80 

.43 

59.11 

24.11 


64 


154 


8,906 


10,134 


.05 


Total Oceania . 


19,287,284 


15,027.343 


21.572,902 


21,811,820 


24,439,976 


20,427,765 


100.00 



a Not separately stated. 



About 75 per cent of our agricultural imports from African during 
1894-1898 came from Egypt. British Africa was the source of 15 per 
cent, and French Africa of 3.0 per cent. The imports from the various 
African countries in each of the five years were as follows : 



Value of the agricultural products imported into the United States from the countries of 
Africa during eaoh fiscal year from 1894 to 1898 y inclusipe. 



Countries from 


Years ended June 30— 


Ajinual average. 


which imported. 


1894. 


1805. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1894-1898. 


British Africa 

Canary Islands 

Kgypt 


DoUars. 

426,836 

6,175 

1,980,563 

49,782 

11,651 

97,782 

4,453 

a 180 

8,454 

192,500 


Dollars. 

721,963 

22.446 

3,483,457 

267.822 

9, 752 

52,099 

6,110 

a20 

4.635 

332,145 


DoUars. 

1.691.579 

4.307 

7,878.780 

237,067 

10.987 

13.341 

15,687 

16,972 

4.681 

483,610 


DoUars. 

1,397,958 

21, 176 

6,935,514 

185,028 

7.023 

16,246 

22,769 


DoUars. 

824,149 

668 

4,825,509 

465,726 

6.670 

15,247 

14,995 


DoUars. 

1, 012, 497 

10,954 

5,020,765 

241,083 

9,217 

38.943 

12.803 

65,667 

6,795 

374,428 


PereL 

15.04 

.16 

74.59 


French Africa 

Liberia 


3.58 
.14 


Madagascar 

Portuguese Africa . . 
Spanish Africa 


.58 

.19 

ft. 07 


16,066 
290,251 


140 
573,542 


.10 


Africa, n.e.s 


5.56 


Total Africa.. 


2,778,466 


4,900,449 


10,357,001 


8,892,031 


6,726,640 


6.730,919 


100.00 



a Including, in 1894 and 1895, Spanish Oceania. 



b Annual average, 1896-1898. 



SOUBCB8 OF THE AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS, BY ARTIOLBS. 

The tables presented on the following pages embrace all the agricul- 
tural imports of the United States during tbe five fiscal years 1894-1898, 
exhibiting for each article the extent of the annual imix)rtations received 
from the various sources of supply. For convenience in classification 
the articles are divided into two groups, consisting respectively of 
animal matter and vegetable matter. The tables are arranged in two 
series, the first relating to the values and the second to the quantities 
of the articles imi)orted. To facilitate comparison, cross references are 
given from each table of values to the corresponding table of quanti- 
tities, and vice versa. In some cases, however, values only are given, 
no returns being made as to quantity. An index to the articles 



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22 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



covered by the tables is printed on pages 117-118. The tables are as 
follows: 

ValueB of ike agricvliural impin-U of ike United 8iate$ (animal mailer), fry artielee and 
oountrie$f dnring the five fleoal year$ 1894-1898, 

CATTLE, (a) 



Countries from which 


Tesrs ended June SO— 


Annual average. 
1894-1888. 


impurted. 


1894. 


1806. 


1886. 


1807. 


1898. 


Mexico 


Dollar*. 

11.867 

3,178 

463 


DoOart. 

720,864 

28,071 

16,516 


DoUart. 

1.481,054 

18,902 

6.684 


Dottan, 

1.878.062 

700.700 

11,404 


Dollar*. 

1,861,871 

1.488,968 

50,774 

11, 115 


DoUart. 

1.009,819 

447,576 

16,968 

2,223 

1,776 

838 

257 

31 

10 


Perct. 
60.88 
28.70 


CuiAdA 


United Kingdom 


1.00 
14 


Switz^rUnd 




4.246 




4,632 


11 


JPnxujo 


1,872 
1.284 


2,816 




.06 


Japan ...r 








Biitish Eut Indies 


157 








1 02 


If ftinri^jf iin IslAnds 


60 








J '^' 














Total 


18,704 


765,853 


1,509.866 


2,689,857 


2,913,223 


1,559,496 


100 00 







HORSBS. (o) 



Canada 


DoUart. 

605,664 

638,283 

8.203 

62,500 

14,186 

4,922 

749 

800 

95 

37 

898 


DoUart. 

704,420 

817,206 

18,853 


DoUart. 

499,767 

92,078 

19,748 

1,306 

26,840 

11,580 

7.948 

2,000 

70 

192 


DoUart. 

411,309 

31, 145 

12,368 


DoU4trt. 
307,603 
75,385 
1,690 


DoUart. 

505.752 

230,808 

10,972 

10,761 

9,663 

7,836 

6,818 

510 

202 

146 

138 

122 

100 

40 

82 

8 

4 


PtrcL 
64.56 

29.46 
1.40 
1 87 


United Kingdom 

Mexico 


Russia, European 


British Australasia .... 


6.314 
586 

6,386 
250 
657 


973 
2,606 
6,260 




1 23 


Franiw r . 


16,984 
12,747 


M 


Oermany ............... 


.87 
06 


Hawaiian Islands 


Cuba 


147 


40 
500 


08 


Colombia 


02 


British East Indies .... 


292 

!^. 




02 


Bgypt .... 


487 
491 






02 


Guatemala 


10 

200 

25 






01 


Netherlands 








British West Indies. . . . 


105 


80 
40 
20 








Spain 






.01 


Haiti 






i 














Total 


1,319,672 


1.065.191 


662,591 


464,808 


414,889 


788,412 


100.00 







SHEEP, (a) 



Oannda 


DoUart. 

772,643 

123 

12,987 

2,373 

49 

6 


Dollart. 

074, 491 

2,849 

6,778 


DoUart. 

845,552 

1,232 

6,785 

11 


DoUart. 

955,962 

60,701 

6,098 


DoUart. 

1,036,862 

61,856 

8,615 


DoUart. 
866,900 

24,452 

477 

10 

3 


PtrcL 
06.27 


Mexico 


2.76 


United Kingdom 

Germany 


.98 


British Anstralasia 








06 


British West Indies. . . . 






7 
















Total 


788,181 


682,618 


853,530 


1,019,668 


1, 106, 822 


890,064 


100.00 





ANIMALS NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED, INCLUDING FOWLS. 



Germany 

Canada , 

United Kingdom 

Mexico 

France 

Spain 

Cuba 

Colombia 

B«;lgiuni 



DoUart. 


Dollart. 


127,614 


111,012 


45.820 


30,825 


83,495 


41,098 


10,232 


17,934 


11,322 


10, 195 


29,748 


2,828 


6,036 


6.159 


2,554 


1.983 


900 


4,818 



106,977 

40,587 

41.770 

17, 110 

6,223 

5 

8,117 

1,432 

1,067 I 



103, 774 

47.464 

27,079 

12,662 

6,197 

3 

6,263 

1,743 

1.150 



a For quantities, see page 76. 



106,967 

56,636 

80.408 

22,006 

6.950 

2,850 

8.023 

2.010 

662 



111.449 
44,247 
. 84,770 
15,989 
7,978 
6,967 
4,918 
1.9U 
1.718 



47.00 
18.66 
14.66 
6.74 
8.37 
8.05 
2.07 
.88 
.72 



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23 



Values of the agricultural imports of the United States (animal matter), etc, — Continued. 
ANIMALS NOT ELSBWHERE SPECIFIED, INCLXTDING FOWLS— Contiiiaed. 



CountrlM fwm which 


Years ended June 80— 




imported. 


1894. 


1895. 


1806. 


1897. 


1898. 


1894-1808. 


Chin* 


DoOart. 

1,209 

1,811 

169 

491 

855 

1.338 

274 

124 

118 

75 

9 

45 

174 

2 

342 


DoUart. 
1,669 
288 
484 
200 
747 
265 
901 
176 
147 
74 
125 


I>o0afff. 

1,697 
834 

1,614 
829 
701 
289 
481 
444 
466 
210 
74 
216 
193 
46 


DoUart. 

406 

796 

1,224 

246 

408 

264 

265 

205 

166 

359 

465 

35 

58 

145 

68 


i>oaar<. 
484 

1,862 
948 

2.613 
155 
817 
409 
291 
199 
209 
124 
374 


DoOart. 

1,091 

1,017 

888 

776 

573 

494 

346 

248 

219 

185 

159 

134 

104 

101 

96 

94 

80 

72 

70 

44 

44 

13 

36 

29 
24 
20 
19 

13 
11 

11 
8 
8 
8 
7 
4 
4 
4 
3 
• 3 
3 
3 

2 
2 

1 
1 


Per et. 
0.46 


BrittebEMtlndiM .... 

JVDtJk 


.43 

.37 


Brftish Africa 


.33 


Brasil 


.24 


Italy 


.21 


BritiehWestliMliee.... 

HonduniB 

British AnstralAsia.... 
Dutch West Indies.... 


.15 
.10 
.09 
.08 
.07 
.06 




97 
188 

68 
143 

42 
135 
239 
104 

45 


.04 


Denmark. 


124 

3 

310 

129 


.Oi 


Egypt 


.04 


FmichAMca 


15 
20 
128 
96 


.04 


Hongktmg. .r....^,..... 


68 
21 


141 
75 
11 
60 
72 
90 


.03 


Nicarania. • • 


.03 


Guatemala 


6 


.03 


Anstria-Haneary 

British Honduras 


56 


02 


91 


10 
40 
3 


.02 


'H&^a.lian Talantla. 




85 
150 

27 
60 


.02 


Portugal 

Newfoundland au«l Lab 
ndor 




26 

106 
17 
60 


.02 




13 
44 

15 
7 
17 
10 
45 
25 


.01 


Bnssia, Asiatic 






.01 


Turkey, Asiatic 




25 
87 


.01 


Dutch East Indies 







.01 


Chile 


40 




10 
45 


.01 


British Guiana 








f Tosta Eica 




10 






Argentina 


10 




5 




Russia. Enmnean 


39 

28 

8 



21 






Philippine Islands 




4 


4 
24 


2 




Sweden and Norway . . . 

Portuguese Africa 

GnmBland. Iiy^nd. f>t^- 


5 
16 


























20 




Bermuda 




15 






.04 










15 
5 
5 




Puerto Rico 









10 




Santo Domingo 




10 
10 






Atores, an^ Madeira 
Islands 











Tonca. Smnoa. etc 






10 






^tT ... 








6 




Umirnav 








6 
















Total 


274.789 


233,416 


226,500 


211, 122 


239,681 


237,102 


100.00 







BEESWAX, (a) 



Cuba. . 


DoUart. 

57.853 

9,263 

5,271 

879 

8,878 

808 

703 


DoUart. 

49.663 

9,499 

7,388 

1,506 

4,021 

67 

4,256 

250 

84 


DoUart. 

40,577 

22,415 

7,814 

2,533 

3,432 


DoUart. 
19,355 
7,269 
5,952 
2,567 
8,896 


DoUart. 


DoUart. 

33,468 

9,862 

7,244 

4,980 

4,040 

3.388 

3,060 

735 

081 

596 

330 

295 

237 

210 

216 

188 

168 

122 

108 

54 

28 


PereL 
47.73 


Santo Domingo 

Italy T 


10,864 
D,795 

17,457 
5,010 

16.538 

2,825 
2,978 

347 
1,473 

134 


14.07 
10.83 


United Kingdom 

Mexico 


7.11 
6.77 


Germany ...... 


4.83 


British West Indies... 
Colombia 


4«026 

3,424 

108 


1,994 


4.36 
LOS 


Haiti 


228 


161 


.97 


Portugal 


.85 


CaaaA . 


194 


286 


638 


229 


.48 


Anstria-Huncarv 


.42 


China 


409 
554 


407 


527' 


236 


.34 


Brasil 


.81 


Aftitm B A s 


1,080 
118 






.31 


Fxench Oceania 


288 


167 


383 
840 


30 


.27 
.24 


Argentina 




261 




850 


.17 


Dnich WMt Indies 




196 




842 


.15 


France 




260 

10 




.08 


Hongkong 


'..*.*.*!.*!'.'.*.! .".]'.'. 


ioo 


23 


.04 



a For quantities, see page 76. 



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SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the agricultural imparts of the United States (animal matter), etc. — Continaed. 

BEBSW AX— Continued. 



Conntries from which 




Years ended Ju 


ne30— 
1897. 


1896. 


Annnal avenge. 


imported. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1894-1S98. 


Spain 


Dollan. 


J>oUarM. 


Dollart. 


IMlart. 


DcUan. 
107 
55 
06 
61 


DoOars/ 

21 

• 21 

19 

14 

5 

1 


PereL 
0.08 


JftpAn 


50 






03 


Hft wftiian Islands 








03 


Puerto Kico 








19 


02 


Switzerland 






27 
3 


} •" 


Peru 




















Total 


80,024 


78,776 


75,970 


43,830 


72,478 


70,116 


100.00 







BONES, HOOFS, AND HORNS. 



France 

Argentina 

Germany 

Uruguay 

Unite<l Kingdom 

Canada 

Cuba 

Mexico 

Belgium 

Austria-Hungary 

Brazil 

Egypt 

Newfoundland and Lab- 
rador 

Hawaiian Islands 

Dutch West Indies 

British Australasia — 
British West Indies. . . 

British Africa 

Nicaragua 

Hongkong 

Colombia 

VenoEuela 

China 

Honduras 

Haiti 

Dut^'h Guiana 

Sweden and Norway . . . 

Ecuador 

Japan 

BriUsh East Indies ... 

Santo Domingo 

Netherlands 

Africa, n.e. 8 

Italy 

Costa Uica 

French A frica 

British Honduras 

Aden 

Chile 



J)oUat». 

176,809 

182.659 

10,778 

42.971 

28,108 

50,561 

28,329 

11,749 

1,746 

3,282 

503 

2,303 

480 



482 
270 
387 



Total. 



542,265 



DoUart. 

204,437 

143,309 

6,090 

92,215 

36.979 

43, 347 

22,068 

8,579 

3.673 

6.191 

105 

5.068 

676 
120 



243 
94 
127 



89 
257 

42 
202 



DoUars. 

140,782 

66,003 

335, 910 

29,447 

56,582 

38,639 

18,225 

18,:^ 

6,180 

8,657 

3,829 

1 

340 
496 
35 ' 
444 i 
547 
496 



DoUars. I 
89,566 
63, 772 
4,817 I 
49,204 I 
34,888 
41, 954 
45,910 I 
19.473 1 
8, 316 
5,661 ' 
11,223 >. 



DoUars. 
66,148 
145,682 

9,448 
81,050 
76,228 
44,760 
20,774 
23,673 
15,590 

6,533 



179 
682 I 
1,350 



170 
380 
046 
53 



574, 849 



20 



10 



726, 391 



198 

13 

1,043 I 

25C 

110 

17 

118 

407 



654 

643 
129 
100 
89 
67 



80 



374, 173. 



103 
135 
61 
279 



172 
110 



492.544 



DoUars. 

135,560 

120,265 

73,408 

58,977 

46.557 

43.854 

27,06] 

16,373 

6,101 

6,065 

3,132 

1,654 



416 

305 

266 

240 

218 

209 

200 

178 

160 

132 

81 I 

34 

22 , 

22 I 

18 

17 

15 

15 

12 

3 

3 

2 

1 

1 

1 



512.044 



PereL 

25.01 

22.19 

13.54 

10.88 

a. SO 

&00 

4.90 

3.02 

1.13 

1.12 

.56 

.30 

.00 
.08 
.06 
.05 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.01 
.01 



.02 



100. OO 



BRISTLES, CRUDE, NOT SORTED. BUNCHED, OR PREPARED, (a) 



Germany 


Dollart. 

(r) 


DoUars. 

1,241 

3 


DoUarn. 

276 

1.286 


DoWirs. 
34 


DoUars. 


DoUars. (b) 
388 
822 
93 
82 
72 
58 
29 
23 
11 


Peret. 
35.99 


United Kingdom , 

Russia, European 1 

China. .\/. ' 




20.87 




373 


8.03 


270 

287 


58 




7.61 


Mexico 






6.68 


Franco 




234 
117 




5.88 


Austria-Hungary 

Ecuador 




1 




2.09 


91 






2.13 


Uonskonn 


1 


43 


1.02 






1 




Total 


(e) 


1,892 


1,620 


385 


416 


1,078 


100.00 







a For quantities, nve page 77. b Annual average, 1805-1898. e Not stated. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



25 



Valueg of the affrieuUvral impifrU of the United States (animal matter), etc, — Continued. 
BRISTLES, SORTED, BUNCHED, OR PREPARED, (a) ! 



Couutrlea from which 
imported. 



Germany. 

United Kingdom.... 
Rujwia, European... 

France 

China 

Hongkong 

Beldam 

Canada 

Netherlands 

British Easir Indies 
Mexico 

Total 



Years ended Jane 30— 



1804. 



Dollars. 



> (e) 



(c) 



1806. 



DoUart. 
590,191 
260.920 
210,499 
135, 389 
28,633 
7,808 



70 
249 



1896. 



I 



1897. 



Dollart. 
722, 518 
800,798 
143,545 
187, 242 
62,469 
16,520 



65 

19 

552 



1,242,250 1,433,728 1,216,704 



Dollart, 

563,968 

282,005 

151.434 

157,406 

53,366 

7,148 

6 

540 

541 



300 



1898. 



Ihllart. 

550,286 

241,027 

175,723 

150,223 

122,244 

8,271 

873 

45 

11 



Annnal average, 
1894-1898. 



Dollart. (h) 

608,988 

271,210 

170,300 

157,565 

66,678 

9,812 

220 

18U 

143 

138 

137 



1,248,703 



1, 285, 371 



Peret. 

47.38 

21.10 

13.25 

12.26 

5.19 

.76 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 



100.00 



BRISTLES (TOTAL), (a) 



Oermany. 

United Kingdom.... 
Rnssia, Snropeaii ... 

France 

China 

Hongkong 

Belnam 

Mexico 

Canada 

Netherlands 

British East Indies . 
Anstria-Hnngary ... 
Ecoador 



Total. 



DoUart. 

540.055 

94,166 

142, 109 

120,568 

27,061 

5,197 



75 



DoUart. 
600,432 
260,923 
210. 499 
136,389 
28.903 
7,308 



536 
70 



01 



929,231 1,244,151 



Dollart. 
722,794 
302,084 
143, 545 
187,242 
62,527 
16,520 



65 

19 

552 



1, 435, 348 



Dollart. 



151,434 

157,640 

53,366 

7,148 

6 

300 

540 

541 



117 



Dollart. 
550,286 
241,027 
176,096 
150.223 
122,244 
8,314 
873 



1,217,179, 1,249,119 



Dollart. 

595,512 

286,050 

164, 737 

150, 213 

58,820 

8,898 

170 

167 

159 

114 

110 

23 

18 



,. 



1,215,006 



Per ei. 

49.01 

19.43 

13.56 

12.36 

4.84 

.73 

.02 

.02 

.01 

.01 



BUTTER, (d) 



Canada 


Dollart. 
7,444 
14,870 
229 
144 
270 
205 


DoUart. 
11,341 
22 
662 
165 
428 
70 


DoUart. 
6,781 
140 
959 
365 
17 
184 


DoUart. 

4,365 

44 

929 

445 

39 

21 


DoUart. 
3,104 


DoUart. 
6,607 


Per ct. 


Denmark 


3,015 2fi Ti 


TurkoyLAaiatic 

Unltecf Kingdom 

Mexico 


1,110 
492 

4 
252 
505 


778 

322 

152 

147 

101 

74 

19 

17 

13 

12 

9 

5 

2 

1 


6.90 
2.86 
1.35 


France . .- 


1.30 


Netherlands 


.90 


(lermany •- 


94 


45 
97 
49 
51 


29 


204 


.66 


British Anstralasia 




17 


Kirvnt 


37 








.15 


fiSfy:;::.::;:....::::" 




14 




.11 


Sweden and Norway . .. 
Greaoo -•• 


50 






. 11 




46 
12 






.08 


British West Indies 


4 






7 


.04 


Bslffinm 




8 

7 
1 


02 


Aden - 










} .01 


Janan 
























Total 


23,356 


12,930 


8,533 


6,077 


5.474 


11,274 


100.00 







CHEESE, (d) 



Switseriand 

Italy 

France 

Netherlands 

Germany 

United Kingdom 

Belgium 

Sweden and Norway . 



DoUart. 

619, 512 

332,903 

113, 300 

114,380 

22,460 

18,817 

7,503 

8,861 



DoUart. 


DoUart. 


749,283 


651,841 


387, 351 


475,940 


135, 752 


142, 509 


105, 851 


107,8.38 


27,876 


53,969 


19, 272 


24,929 


8.938 


15,754 


7,538 


8,292 



a For quantities, see page 77. 
b Annnal bverage, 1895- 1808. 



h)llart. 


Dollars. 


783, 767 


5K>.870 


522, 117 


416,931 


150,608 


146,860 


09,679 


96,985 


47,915 


34. 195 


18,462 


30,517 


26,754 


16, 730 


6.890 


7,248 



e Not 8tato<1. 

d For quAiititieR, see pagi 

Digitized 



DoUart. 
678, 054 
427,048 
137,824 
104,947 
37,283 
22,299 
15,136 
7,766 



Peret 
47.08 
29.65 
9.57 
7.29 
2. .59 
1.55 
1.05 



byX!^OOgl( 



26 



80UBCB8 OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of ike offrUmlturdl imparia of the United States (aniwiml matter), eto.---Coiitinaed« 

CH BBSB— Continaed. 



Coimtriea ftrom which 


Years ended June 80— 


Annaal aTenuni 


imported. 


1804. 


1886. 


1806. 


18ir7. 


1808. 


1804-180g. 


CftniUlftr .. T T ......... . 


DoUart. 
6,026 
61 
1,884 
700 
100 
40 
112 


DoUart. 

5,078 

182 

1,880 

1,213 

243 

34 

6 

174 


DoUart, 

4,010 

2,118 

1,842 

887 

287 

122 

13 


DoUart. 

4,801 

5,090 

1,243 

187 

480 

182 


DoUart. 

8,766 

1,412 

1,038 

277 

118 

126 

51 


DoUart, 

6,014 

1,040 

1,747 

678 

247 

103 

36 

35 

10 


P«r««. 

0.3S 

.13 

.12 

04 


6raec6 


Austrla-Hunii^Ary 

Cuba 


Mexico 


02 


Turkey, Asiatic 

Turkey, European 

Saiit4> l]k>minffo 


.01 






French AfWca 








07 




Russia, European...... 






70 
18 






Denmark 


12 


4 


20 
40 


4 




Colombia 




Honekong 








29 
23 
3 




Honduras 












Spain 








18 


.01 






20 






British East Indies 







17 






Venezuela .......... . 


5 


6 




4 




Gibraltar 




6 




Danish West Indies 


5 










Dutch West Indies . . 


4 
2 










Azores, and Madeira 
Islands 


























Totel 


1, 247, 108 


1,450,657 


1,401,338 


1,668,706 


1,34:^,173 


1,440,232 


100.00 







MILK. 



Switzerland 


DoUart. 

86,872 

11,866 

2,682 

28 

502 


DoUart. 

70,266 

71 

571 

152 

274 


DoUart. 
61, 111 


DoUart. 
55,444 


DoUart. 
68,630 


DoUart. 

69,265 

2.406 

1,127 

442 

413 

351 

161 

91 

50 

12 

5 

4 


PereL 
98 10 


Italy 


8.24 


United Kingdom 

Sweden andNorway . . . 


618 

377 

4 

23 
370 

72 


606 
835 

10 
1,461 

69 


1,157 
820 

1,278 
272 
351 


1.52 
.50 
.55 


France 


.47 


Denmark 




24 

132 

1 


.22 


Germany 


258 

25 

8 


.12 


Mexico 




226 


.07 


Belgium 


47 


5 

25 
20 


.02 


Chile 






} •" 


Janan 






















Total 


102,336 


80,481 


62,622 


58,467 


67,729 


74,329 


100.00 







EGGS, (a) 



Canada 


DoUart. 

104,774 

3,653 

961 

127 

15 

6 


DoUart. 

819,004 

3,009 

894 

1,043 

94 

2 


DoUart. DoUart. 

83, 376 42, 818 

3, 328 3, 490 

1,103 1,267 

848 157 

9 ; 6 

V 


DoUart. 

2,740 

3,919 

1,106 

289 

52 

22 


DoUart. 

128,560 

3,480 

1.064 

483 

35 

8 

4 

8 

I 


PereL 
06.20 


China 


2.60 


Honjzkonff 


.80 


Mexico... 

United Kingdom 

Japan 


.86 
.03 


ttjQv 


[ n, 


France . . . . . t , - - r r - , 






1! •. 




( '^^ 


Germany 








1 














Total 


199,536 


324,136 


88,682 1 47,760 


8,078 


183,638 


100.00 









FEATHERS AND DOWNS, CRUDE. 






United Kingdom 

France 


DoUart. (b) 
43,906 


DoUart. 
1,016,402 
235,290 
115, 197 
09,000 
75, 086 
52,461 
58,763 


DoUart. 
1,476,362 
234,284 
164,790 
93.140 
92, 778 
67, 246 
92.174 


DoUart. 
1, 276, 196 
377.776 
194,059 
47,461 
62,458 
95,971 
41,627 


DoUart. 
1, 523, 184 
333,064 
61, 102 
115,574 
35. 341 
24,024 
45,043 


DoUart. (e) 
1,323,036 
205,103 
133,000 
81,294 
66,416 
60,150 
50,627 


PereL 
61.50 
18.72 


Austria-Hungary 

British Africa 


01,518 


6.22 
3.78 


Brazil 




8.00 


(iermany 


74,870 


2.80 


Venezuela 


2.77 



a For quantities, see page 78. 



b Not inclmliu*; crude feathers and downs, dutiable, 
e Annual a veraire, 1H95-1898. 



Digitized by Google 



flOUBCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



27 



Falue$ of the agrieultwral imports of the Unitod States {animal matter), etc. — Continaed. 
TEATHEBS AND DOWNS, CRUDE— Continuad. 



Countiljs from whieh 


Years ended June 80— 


Annual avi 
1894-181 


»rage. 


imported. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1698. 


». 


China 


DoUart.(a) 

34,460 

077 

15.873 


DoOart. 

41,374 

24.282 

10,082 

25,711 

7,346 

1,604 

526 

1,676 


DoUart. 

27,020 

63,154 

42,971 

3,406 

13.287 

2.602 

4,694 

2,750 


DoUart. 
67,127 
25,614 
16,241 
6,196 
3,541 
8.227 
5,374 
2,202 


DoUart. 
39,496 
19,061 
3,396 
7.650 
6,974 
6,605 
1,154 
526 
6,392 
2,849 


88,028 

18,172 

10,743 

7,787 

3,500 

2,012 

1,788 

1,505 

• 1,582 

1,125 

841 

796 

634 

613 

672 

363 

293 

238 

236 

231 

174 

166 

129 

115 

95 

86 

80 

79 

72 

68 

56 

22 

17 

3 

2 


Peret. 
2.08 


Mexico 


1.53 


BeUrinm 


.84 


Arsentiiift 


.60 


Oo&mbi» 




.86 


Jmmh •.•• ....•.•.....• 


1,151 


.16 


Eonador - . 


.14 


British West Indies .... 




.08 


AfricS- n. e. H 




.07 


Umgnay - 




1,780 

4,026 

3.366 

490 


400 
221 


1.299 
244 


.07 


Gnsiemals ....,-. 




.05 


British Onisna 






.04 


Nicaragua 




871 
218 


1,646 

1.866 

60 

1,631 


265 

450 

2,350 

256 


.04 


Honffkonc ,r-^r--r 


1,045 


.03 


Chile . 


50 
89 


.03 


Canada 


82 


812 

1,453 

422 


.03 


Pern 


.02 


Dntch West Indies 




65 




684 
835 


.01 


CofltaBica 




116 

4 


.01 


Bunnia, European t . - ^ 






038 


.01 


1*araff nay 




924 
696 
220 




.01 


FraiMh Africa 











.01 


Santo Dominco 




275 

23 

455 


75 

8 

2 

381 

202 

318 

56 


90 

484 

4 


.01 


Aden 




.01 


British Australasia 


328 






Haiti 






Salvador 






141 






British East Indies .... 










Cnha 


54 


100 
288 


132 


29 




Hswaiian Islands 




llaly 


15 
71 


203 
188 




67 
19 

88 


i 03 


Netherlands 




21 




Honduras 






i$]Mdn 




66 








Puerto Rico 






10 







Denmark 












KfVDt 








1 


















Total 


263,849 


1,746,967 


2,386,804 


2, 232, 908 


2,238,956 


2,151,409 


100.00 







SILK COCOONS, {c) 



Janan 


DoUart. 
86,286 
25,928 


DoUart. 
71,744 
54,266 
18,043 


DoUart. 

84,714 
3 


DoUar*. 


DoUart. 

1 


DoUart. 

38,291 

24.988 

10,349 

32 

5 


Perei. 
51.98 


CUna 




33.92 


IPraaoe 




3,000 
8 


14.05 


Italy 


i47 
25 




.04 


Canada 






01 














Total 


112,386 


189,042 


112,000 




3,999 


73,666- 


100.00 









SILK, RAW, OR AS REELED FROM THE COCOON, (c) 



' DoOart. 

Japan > 8,024,743 

China 1 3,087,749 

Italy 3,628,864 

Franco 840,338 



United Kingdom — 

Cnnads 

British Bast Indies. 
Oemany 

Switserlaiid. 



Turkey, European . 
Total 



6,083 

281 

39,764 



15,627,822 



DoUatt. 
10,284,798 
5,511,960 
4,809.330 
1,235,815 
51. 612 
89,527 



2,993 
350 



22,020,068 



DoUart. 

12,918,500 

6,622,602 

4,587,761 

1,465,405 

540,814 

59,100 

43, 141 

3,734 

4,028 

68 

660 



26,246,902 



DoUart. 

10,010,885 

4,642,457 

3,019,515 

751, 846 

62,684 

5,550 



13,991 



16 



18. 496. 944 



DoUart. 

16, 453. 406 

7,506,409 

6.227,004 

1, 102, 058 

120 

1, 752 

56,468 



9,194 



31,446.800 



DoUart. 

11,638,485 

5, 474, 253 

4, 472, 495 

1,097.092 

129,046 

22,404 

19,978 

9.376 

3.854 

1,852 

672 



22. 769, 507 



PereL 

50.67 

24.04 

19.64 

4.82 

.57 

.10 

.09 

.04 

.02 

.01 



100.00 



a Not including crude feathers and downs, dutiable. 
b Annual average, 1895-1898. 
t For quantities, see page 79. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



28 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the agricuUural imports of the United States (animal matter), etc. — Oontinued. 

SILK WASTE, (a) 



Countries from which 
imported. 



France 

United Kingdom . 

China 

Italy 

Japan 

Hongkoni^ 

SwitKerland 

Canada 

Germany 

Chile 

Belgium 



Years ended June 30— 



1804. 



DoUart. 

164, 748 
52,123 
75, 935 

158,779 
40,497 



1,664 



•| 



160 



■i: 



Totol I 493,975 



1805. 

DoUan. 

199,391 

108.066 

95.386 

3,947 

37,238 

9,993 

1,859 

193 

1,873 



457,946 



1896. 



DoOart. 
204,626 
88,279 
56,034 
18,732 
35, 781 
174 



403,626 



1897. 



Dollars, 

186,843 

120,324 

69,000 

14, 057 

24,517 

3,883 

368 

1,056 

1,291 



421,339 



1898. 



DoUars. 

4.34, 375 

57, 329 

106, 144 

1,065 

68.263 



66 



659.267 



Annual average, 
1894.1808. 



Dollars. 

237,997 

85,224 

80,500 

39,316 

39,299 

2,810 

778 

660 

633 

32 

18 



487,231 



Perct. 

48.85 

17.49 

16u52 

8.07 

8.06 

.57 

.16 

.14 

.13 

\ .01 



100.00 



SILK (TOTAL), (a) 



, DoUart. 

Japan I 8,151,525 

China ' 3,189,612 

Italy I 3,787,790 

France I 1,005,086 

Honglcong 

United Kingdom 

Canada 

liritish East Indies . 

Germany 

Switzerland 

Turkey, European . . 

Cliile 

Helgium 



Total. 



58,206 

375 

39,764 



1,664 



16U 



DoUart. DoUars. i DoUars. 
10,:i93,780 12,987,796 ! 10,035,402 
5,661,601 I 6,723,484 I 4,711,457 
4. 903, 277 I 4, 600, 496 3, 033, 572 
1, 448, 240 I 1, 704, 745 038, 689 

61, 605 [ 540, 988 56, 567 

147,593 I 147,388 | 125,874 
193 43, 141 , 1, 056 

2,993 3,734 1 

2,223 4,928 i 15,282 
1,859 68 I 368 
2.68:i 660 I 16 



10,234,182 ,22,626,056 20, 76:), 428 i 18,918.283 




100.00 



WOOLS, ETC., CLASS 1, CLOTHING: IN THE GREASE. (6) 



United Kingdom 

British Australasia . 

Argentina 

Uruguay 

Belgium . 



Dollars. ' Dollars. 



Franco 

British Africa. . . . 

Chile 

(Jormauy 

Canada 

China 

Brazil 

Hawaiian Isluuds 

Peru 

Mexico 

Japan 

Denmark 

Italy I 

^f%>:p* 

Africa, n.e. 8 

Dutch West Indies 
French Ocean iai ... 
British WeHt I iidio8....1 
Anstria-Hungiiry 
British Honduras 



(d) 



Total. 



.1 



«0 



yUara. 


IH>Uarx. 


DoUart. 


DoUart. 


DoUart. (e) 


Peret. 


1 


16, 806, 250 


3, 398, 795 


10,102,522 1 57.52 


' 1 


3, 089. 85.> 


2,571,840 


2,830,847 1 16.12 






2, 869, 395 


557, 530 


1,713,462 1 9.76 






1,581,738 


182, 691 


882,214 5.02 




. 1 


1.338,386 


169, 513 


753,949 1 4.29 




1 


952, 616 


. 57.969 


505,292 2.88 


1 


652, 010 


104,507 


408,258 1 2.32 




210, 624 


101,003 


155,813 .88 




129, 976 


13,099 


71,538 .41 




57.434 


44,528 


50,981 .29 




67, 112 


12,288 


39.700 .23 




V.\ 850 


24,065 


21.958 .12 


(d) , (d) 


17. 366 


896 


9,131 .05 






11.326 




6,663 .08 
3,808 .02 






7, 593 


23 






6,175 




3,088 .02 






4,319 


8 


2,164 .01 






1,847 


2,382 


2,116 .01 








1,030 


515 










471 


236 ! 








195 


95 


145 








280 




140 1 


\ .01 






160 


40 
43 


100 ' 

22 I 




1 




25 


13 1 




' 




lO ji 


(d) 


"" 


27,824,507 


7,302,841 


17,563,674 1 


100.00 



a For quantities, see page 79. 
b For quantities, see page 80. 



e Annual average, 1897-1898. 
cf Not sUted. 



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SOUBCES OF AGBICULTURAIi IMPORTS. 



29 



Value$ of the agricultural imports of the f^nited Siaiee {animal matter), etc — Continued. 
WOOLS, ETC., CLASS 1, CLOTHING: SCOURED, (a) 



Coantiies from which 
imported. 



1894. 



Tears ended June 30— 
1685. I 1896. 



France ' 

UDited Kioxdom i 

Belgium I 

Canada , 

Brititth AoRtrahMia . . . . ' 

BriUsh Africa 

Germany 

Italy 

Total i 



DoUar«. I Dollar*. 



(e) 



(r) 



Dollar 



(«) 



1897. 



1808. 



DoUarM. Dollart. 

3,331,065 I 241,285 

2, 175, 874 I 356, 873 

783,198: 40,770 

64,798 I 27,828 

69,755 ! 

20,798 

9,301 I U 
2,370 



Annual average, 
1B94-1898. 



DollarM.(b) 

1, 786. 170 

1, 206, 373 

411,984 

46.313 

34,878 

10,399 

4.658 

1,185 



(<■) 



{e) 



(c) 



I 6.457,149 666,770 



3, 561, 960 



Per et. 

50.15 

35.55 

11.57 

1.30 



.13 
.03 



lUO.OO 



WOOLS, ETC., CLASS 1, CLOTHING (TOTAL), (a) 



United Kingdom 

British Aaatralaeia . . 

France 

Araeutina 

Belgium 

Uruguay 

British Africa 

Canada 

Chile 

Germany 

Brasil 

China 

Hawaiian iHlands . . 

Peru 

Spain 

lienmark 

Mexico 

Italy 

Japan ■ 

Anrica,n.e.8 

French Africa 

Turkey, European .. 

Egypt.. 

Austria- Hungary — 
Dutch West indies . 
British West Indies 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Russia, European . . . 

French Oceania 

Ecuador 

I>anish West Indies. 
British Honduras .... 



DoUara. Dollart. 



720,913 

795, 147 

192 

244 

17 

29.618 

145,243 

11,220 

29.325 

9.388 

6,955 



7,684,310 

1,846,648 

741,468 

778. 720 

375. 503 

1, 098. 716 

435.504 

243, 714 

46,070 

15,966 

26, 131 



Total 



10, 627 
2,094 
7, 742 

11, 178 
2.728 
2,648 



4.011 

631 

1,384 



46' 



675 

114 



1,748,350 ,13,335,602 



DoUarg. 

9, 810. 493 

3, 559. 101 

1, 677, 023 

871.305 

1.243,600 

933,033 

890,363 

214,005 

123.871 

66,047 

5,358 



16,238 
10,977 
9.173 
216 
3,940 
3,226 



2,507 
34 



256 

289 

507 

450 

18 

47 

39 



19,448,471 



DoUars. 

18. 982. 124 

3, 159, 610 

4, 283, 671 

2,869.395 

2,121.584 

1,581,738 

672,808 

122, 232 

210, 624 

139, 277 

19,850 

87,112 

17,366 

11,320 



4,319 
7,503 
4,217 
6,175 



195 
160 



Dollart. 

3,755,668 

2,571,840 

299.254 

557, 530 

210, 283 

182,691 

164.507 

72, 356 

101, 003 

13, 113 

24.065 

12,288 



8 

23 

1,382 



471 



1,030 
43 
95 
40 



34,281,656 7,069,611 



Dollart. 

8,190,702 

2, 386, 460 

1,400.322 

1.015,439 

790, 215 

766, 159 

461, 685 

i;j2, 705 

101.970 

48, 762 

16,472 

15,880 

0,025 

6,079 

3.383 

3,144 

2,859 

2,407 

1,235 

949 

628 

277 

213 

144 

138 

107 

101 

00 

60 

9 

8 

5 



Peret. 

5:(.34 

15.54 

9.12 

0.61 

5.14 

4.98 

3.01 

.86 

.66 

.32 

.11 

.10 

.06 

.04 

.02 

.02 

.02 

.02 

.01 

.01 



.01 



15,356,740 100.00 



WOOLS, ETC.. CLASS 2, COMBING : IN THE GREASE, (d) 



United Kingdom... 

Canada 

Argentina 

Turkey, European . 

Belgium 

British Africa 

Denmark 

Germany 

France 

British Australasia 

Peru 

Turkey. Asiatic 

China. 

Italy 

Austria-Hungary . . 

Total 



Dollart. Dollart. 



(e) 



(c) 



(e) 



(c) 



Dollars. 



(e) 



Dollart. 

4,287,969 

1, 403. 343 

1,173,810 

131,345 

76, 925 

14, 479 

12, 783 

7,306 

7,574 

3.639 



Dollart. 

643, 492 

176, 154 

28,204 

6,826 



128 



993 
163 



(«) 



7, 119, 201 



207 I 
140 
71 



3 



DoUart.ib) 

2,465.730 

789. 748 

601,007 

09, 085 

38, 462 

7,303 

6,391 

4,150 

3,809 

1,820 

104 

70 

36 

14 

2 



856,381 



3, 987, 791 



'»«r et. 

61.83 

19.80 

15.07 

1.73 

.97 

.18 

.16 

.10 

.10 



.01 



100.00 



a For quantities, see 
b Annual average, '" 



80. 
.808. 



e Not stated. 

dFor quantities, see pago 81. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



30 



SOURCES OP A.GR1CULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the <igriculiural imports of ike United States (animal matter), etc. — ContLnaed. 
WOOLS, ETC.. CLASS 2. COMBING: SCOUBBD. (a) 



Countries from which 


Yearn ended June 30— 


Annual avenwe. 


imported. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 1898. 


1894-18987 


Canadft 


DoUan. 


IMlart. 

(e) 


DoOan. 


DoUart. ' DoUart. 
( 14,794 3,218 
18,791 


6,895 

4,903 

15 


PercL 
67.02 


Belsiam 


19.25 


Unitod Kingdom 

Italv 


9.805 


18.09 


1 1 


29 


.04 








Total 


(e) > te\ 


(«) 


68, 419 3, 218 


35,819 


100.00 











WOOLS, ETC., CLASS 2, COMBING (TOTAL), (a) 



United Kingdom 

Canada 

Argentina 

Turkey, European 

Turkey, Asiatic 

^France 

Belgium 

British Australasia . . . 

British Africa 

Germany 

Denmark 

Peru 

Austria- Hungary 

British East Indies . . . 

China 

Africa, n. e. s 

Mexico 

Spain 

Russia. European 

Netherlands 

Uruguay 

Italy 

Colombia 



DoUarM. 

301,064 

83,737 



56,807 

2,763 

156 



1,079 

1,396 

122 



1,068 

i 



622 



962 

'"is" 



Total. 



309,876 



Dollar*. 

1,276,531 

1, 041, 721 

23,544 

239, 139 

6,653 

25,596 



2,360 



7,088 
12 
4,016 
1,360 
3,185 
2,684 
2,148 



DoUars. 

1, 597, 112 

795, 824 

463.875 

253, 374 

201,078 

120, 075 

8,748 

27,639 

9,562 

10.183 

1,711 

9,850 



DoUart. 
4.297,774 
1. 448, 137 
1,173,810 
131, 345 



278 
80 



2,637,581 



6,242 

562 

2,979 



22 



3,509,736 



7,574 
90,716 

3,639 
14,479 

7,306 
12.783 



57 



7, 187, 620 



DoUart. 

643,492 

179,372 

28,204 

6,826 

140 

163 



128 
093 



207 I 
3 , 



DoUart. 

1,628.196 

699,758 

837,886 

187, 510 

42. 127 

30.893 

19,803 

6,528 

5,113 

4,193 

2.899 

2,225 

1,418 

1,251 

1,110 

868 

761 

537 

430 

192 

56 

32 

4 



859,599 , 2,918,882 



Per el, 

65.61 

23.97 

11.58 

4.71 

L44 

1.06 

.68 

.22 

.18 

.14 

.10 

.08 

.05 

.04 

.04 

.03 

.03 

.02 

.01 



100.00 



WOOLS, ETC., CLASS 3, CARPET: IN THE GREASE, (d) 



United Kingdom 

China 

Russia, European 

Argentina 

France 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Germany 

Belgium 

Austria-Hungary 

Chile 

Turkey, European 

Asia,n. e.s 

Denmark 

British East Indies 

Brazil 

Switzerland 

Italy 

Venezuela 

Africa, n. o. 8 

Uruguay 

Dutch w est Indies 

Canada 

Danish West Indies 

Netherlands 

Spain 

Aden 

Tripoli 

Colombia 

Mexico 

Portuguese Africa 

British West Indies. . . . 
Santo Domingo 

Total 



DoUart. 



(c) 



(e) 



DoUart. DoUart. 



ie) 



(c) 



ic) 



(0 



11,599,886 



DoUart. 


DoUart. 


4,884.534 


2,609,791 


1,478,856 


1,552,444 


1,297,639 


1,686,313 


1,248,618 


788. 101 


1,086,851 


335, 499 


636,744 


513,411 


262,387 


112,023 


251, 817 


49,270 


128, 318 


70,524 


123,782 


70,032 


88,576 


61,717 


24,507 


42.807 


53,330 


8,864 


2,559 


33,072 


17,347 


7.354 


3,769 


4,064 


3,755 


2.149 


1,167 


2,500 


1,808 


906 


2 000 




1,159 


424 


19 


1.484 



385 
332 
331 



14C 
90 
17 



7, 954, 159 



DoUart. (5) 

3,747,162 

1,515,650 

1,491,976 

1,^018, 350 

711, 176 

576,077 

187,206 

150,548 

99,421 

96.907 

75, 146 

33,702 

31,007 

17. 815 

12,350 

3,917 

2,962 

1,884 

1,857 

1,000 

792 

752 

193 

166 

166 

142 

70 

45 

16 

16 

13 

1 



PercL 

38.36 

15.53 

15.20 

10.42 

7.27 

5.88 

1.91 

L54 

1.02 

.99 

.77 

.84 

.32 

.18 

.13 

.04 

.03 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 



? 01 



9,777,023 I 100.00 



a For quantities, see page 81. 
& Annual average, 1897.1898. 



c Not stated. 

d For quantities, see page 82. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOUBCES OF AQBICULTUBAIi IMPORTS. 



31 



VdlueB of the agrieuHural imports of the United States {animal matter), etc, — Gontinned. 
WOOLS, STC, CLASS 8, CAJtPET: SGOUBED. (a) 



OoantriM from which 


Yean ended Jane 30— 


Annual average, 


imported. 


1894. 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1808. 


1804-1898. 


Cilin*.... ..J 


DoOarit. 


DoUarg, 


DoUarM, 
(c) 


DoUarf. 
( 76,091 
80.087 
87,990 
7.005 
2,007 


l>oUari. 


DoUart. (b) 

87,546 

80,018 

18,000 

3.053 

1,636 

10 

7 


Psrct, 
43.07 


Franco ....... .-*^TT-..r- 




84.43 


United Kingdom 

IMgfnm r r 




10.06 




4.53 


47uuidn .TT. 


272 
87 
14 


4.88 


Austrin-Hungary 

itidy .:..:. 


.02 




.01 






Total 


(«) 


(«) 


(e) 


174,020 


323 


87, 176 


100.00 







WOOLS, ETC.. CLASS 8, CARPET (TOTAL), (d) 



United Kingdom — 

China 

BuMifl, Enropean . . . 

Argentina 

Fruice 

Turkey, A eiatic 

Turkey, European . . 

Gennany 

Chile 

Belgium 

Austria-Hungary ... 
British East Indies. 

Denmark 

Asia,n.o.s 

Canada 

British Auatndasia . 

Braail 

Switserland 



w£i 



ihAfHca. 

Italy 

Africa, n.o.s. 



Greenland, Iceland, etc. 

Uruguay 

Hawaiian Islands 

Spain 

Yenexneia 

Portugal 

Butch Weat Indies . . . . 



Ketherlando 

British Weat Indies. 

Ecuador 

Mexico 

Danish Weat Indies. 

Aden ■ 

Tripoli 

ColomhU 

French Ooeanla 

Africa.. 



Fortugneae Afi 
Prench Africa.. 
Santo Domingo. 



DoUart. 
683,078 
818, 157 
874,017 
770,227 
102,608 
371,788 
78,306 
21,231 
80,285 



21,880 

21,481 

1,843 



44,562 

46,206 

2,504 

813 



1,074 
01 



1,118 



406 
3.763 

350 
2,804 



127 
"87 



Total I 3,060,204 



DoUart. 

2,810,448 

1,604,408 

1,350,072 

1,610.625 

753,541 

630,608 

100,780 

115,417 

138,274 

80,553 

48,156 

122,766 



146 
!,058 



2,128 



11,753 

8,102 

432 



0,244 

001 

7,083 



632 



046 

140 

2,360 

1,800 



743 



0,583,238 



DoUart. 

8,271,652 

1,600,280 

1,135,010 

1,283,077 

668,807 

471, 704 

505.697 

158,329 

136, 514 

147,342 

30,200 

8,115 

11.662 



16 



11,524 
13, 674 
6,561 
9,565 
7,076 
0,085 



4,566 



4,005 
104 



830 



114 

1,076 

24 



0,403.035 



DoUart. 

4,012,538 

1,653,047 

1,297,630 

1,248,618 

1,146,801 

636,744 

88,576 

262,387 

123,782 

259.722 

128,318 

2,559 

53,330 

24,507 

8,016 



17.347 
8.769 



3,755 
1,808 



2,000 



1,167 



82 



11,773,915 



DoUart. 

2,609,791 

1.662,444 

1,686,313 

788, 101 

886,499 

613,411 

61, 717 

112,023 

70.082 

40,270 

70.561 

33.072 

8,864 

42.887 

1,756 



7,364 
4,064 



2,163 
006 



331 
2,500 



424 



332 
14 



17 
385 



140 
00 



7,054,482 



DoUart. 

2, 850, 481 

1,448,865 

1,268,612 

1,141,030 

601,387 

526,650 

180, 815 

133,878 

108.779 

107,379 

59,724 

86,598 

15, 140 

13.610 

10.462 

0,250 

8,172 

4,464 

8,661 

2,044 

2,703 

2,530 

1.849 

1,715 

1,587 

1,065 

080 

753 

745 

589 

538 

408 

215 

160 

77 

57 

63 

18 

7 

6 

1 



Per at. 

33.43 

16.88 

14.83 

13.85 

7.03 

6.16 

2.11 

L57 

1.27 

L26 

.70 

.43 

.18 

.16 

.12 

.11 

.10 

.06 

.04 

.03 

.03 

.03 

.02 

.08 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 



.01 



8,552,775 



100.00 



WOOLS, ETC. (TOTAL), (d) 



United Kingdom.... 

Argentina 

Brftjsh AuatnUasia . 

Ftsnoe 

China 

Kussia, European ... 
Belgium 



Turf 



Uruguay 

irkey, Asiatlo. 



DoUart. 

1,706,075 

770,471 

842,582 

l<n,046 

818, 157 

874,017 

17 

80,510 

80,796 

874,601 



DoUart. 
11,780,280 
2, 412, 880 
1,846,034 
1,580,605 
1,600,414 
1,852,220 

466,056 
1,288,303 
1,000.805 

646,351 



DoUart. 

14,670,257 

2,018,257 

3,586,740 

2,466.305 

1,600,842 

1,135,460 

1,300,780 

1,000,846 

037,580 

673,280 



DoUart. 


DoUart. 


DoUart. 


Peret. 


28.102,431 


7,008,951 


12,673,381 


47.24 


6,201,823 


1,373,835 


2,495,255 


9.30 


8, 163, 240 


2,671,840 


2,402,256 


8.95 


6,438.136 


634,916 


2,032,602 


7.58 


1, 621. 060 


1, 664, 803 


1,460.855 


5.44 


1.297,630 


1,686,313 


1,269,132 


4.73 


2,472,022 


259,562 


917,487 


8.42 


1,573,385 


258,484 


842,925 


3.14 


1, 583, 738 


182,601 


766,980 


2.86 


636,744 


513.551 


568,887 


2.12 



a For quantities, see page 82. 
d Annual mvnagp, 1887-1808. 



e Not stated. 

d For quantities, see page 83. 



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32 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the offi-icultural imports of the United States (animal matter)^ etc — Continaed. 
WOOLS, ETC. (TOTAL)-Continaed. 



Coun trios fVoin which 
imported. 



1894. 



British AMoa 

Turkey, Buropeau 

Chile 

Gcnnany 

Austria-Hungary 

British East Indies ... 

Brazil 

Denmark 

Asia, n. e.8 

Hawaiian Islands 

Peru 

Italy 

Spain 

SwitEerlnnd 

Africa, n. e. s 

Egypt 

Mexico 

Greenland, Iceland, etc. 

Japan 

Venezuela 

Dutch West Indies.... 

Portugal 

Netlierlands 

French Africa 

British WcHt Indies... 

Ecuador 

Danish West Indies. . . 

French Oceania 

Aden 

Tripoli 

Colombia 

Portuguese Africa 

British Honduras 

Santo Domingo 



DoUars. 
148, 613 
135, 173 
109.620 
30,741 
21.289 
21,482 
9,459 
1,843 



3,872 
103 



813 



632 



496 

388 

3,763 

962 



Years ended June 30— 
1S95. 



DoOars. 

438,696 

410,303 

178, 344 

133.763 

55,918 

122, 777 

28,260 

11,178 

145 

18.560 

2,234 

3,160 

10, 426 



5,371 
11,753 
6,656 
9,244 



632 
1,060 



46 



2,350 

637 

1,809 



37 I. 



127 . 

18 1. 



ToUl 6.107,438 



25,556,421 



1896. 

DoUart. 

900,480 

759.071 

200,385 

234,659 

30,299 

9,357 

16,882 

13,589 



16,238 
26,827 
10,323 
14,168 
18,674 
13, 179 
6,585 
3.964 



104 
1,095 



2,507 
403 

1,123 
39 
18 



32,451,242 



1897. 



Dollars. 

687,287 

219, 921 

334,406 

408,970 

128, 318 

2,559 

37,197 

70, 432 

24,507 

17,366 

11,326 

8,029 



3,769 
1,808 



7,608 



6,175 
1,167 
1,354 



171 



32 



53, 243, 19L 



DoUars. 

164,635 

68,543 

171,035 

126,129 

70,607 

33,072 

31,419 

8,872 

42,807 

896 

207 

4,545 

331 

4,064 

1,377 

1,030 

40 



2,500 
510 



54 

385' 



140 
90 



16,783.602 



Annual average, 
1894-1808. 



.Dollars. 

469,742 

318,602 

210,758 

186.833 

61,286 

37,849 

24,644 

21,183 

13,510 

10,612 

8,893 

5,232 

4,965 

4,464 

4,347 

3,874 

8.780 

1,849 

1,235 

960 

883 

753 

730 

629 

515 

224 

85 

67 

57 

53 

22 

6 

5 



26,828,397 



Ptrei. 
1.75 
1.19 
.79 
.70 
.23 
.14 
.09 
.08 
.66 
.04 
.03 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 



.02 



100.00 



GELATIN. 



France.... 

I'nittHl Kingdom. 

Germany 

Japan 

Austria-Hungary 

Denmark 

Buasin, European 

Total 



Dollars. 

(ft) 


DMurg. , 

1 

(ft) 

1 


Dollars. 

r 12, 777 

1,269 

1,309 


DoUars. 

5,080 

446 

222 


DoUars. 

22,163 

2,995 

556 

193 


DoUars. (a) 

13, 340 

1,570 

096 

64 

4 

4 

2 


PereL 

85.07 

10.01 

4.44 

.41 


13 
12 
6 




.03 






.03 






01 








.. 


(ft) i 


15,386 


5,748 


25,907 


15,680 


100.00 



GLUE, (c) 



Franco 

United Kingdom 

Germany 

Denmark 

Belgium 

Austria-Hungary ... 

Netherlands 

Canada 

Russia, European ... 

China 

Italy 

Hongkong 

Japan 

Mexic-o 

British East Indies . 



Total. 



Dollara. 
178, 582 
121, 94r) 
90,815 



2.060 

3,671 

508 

2,475 



157 
14 



400,240 



Dollars. 

190.412 

120. 537 

99,590 

4,534 

856 



450 



416,394 



Dollars. 

254,512 

161, 189 

128, 210 

6,520 

1,587 

2,503 

2,134 

4 



242 



17 



555,979 



Dollars. 

224,028 

125, 091 

111,753 

3,850 

4,760 

1, .'>94 

317 



DoUars. 
200.517 
121.062. 
106,268 



562 



12 



67 



472,312 I 428,507 



DoUars. 

209,790 

129,965 

107,329 

2,781 

1,966 

1,566 

592 

498 

91 

62 

31 

5 

4 

4 

2 



454.686 



PereL 

46.14 

28.58 

23.61 

.61 

.43 

.35 

.13 

.11 

.02 

.01 



100.1 



a Annual average, 1896-1898. 



ft Not stated. e For quantities, see page 84. 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOUBCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



33 



Fmiues of 1k4f agriculttiral imports of the United States {animal matter^ , etc.—Coniin\ie*\, 

GREASE AND TALLOW, (a) 



Countriefi from which I 
imported. 



Years ended. Juno 30 — 



1894. I 1805. 



1806. 



1897. 



1808. 



I Annual average, 
1804-1808. 



DoUartt. , DoUar». \ 

United KlD^dom ' 38,739 i 47:{. 162 i 

France l 211,087 330.385 1 

Italy ' 87.349 178,304, 

(iermaoy , 69, 742 i 208, 148 I 

Canada 004 62 660 

XewfouDdland anclLab- I i 

rador , 204 49,174 

Beldam 8,120, 11, 193 i 

Argentina ' 0,949 

Bntiah Auslralaaia , 723 4, 226 i 

8]»ain 



Jiorway. 



Switzi»rland 

Anstria-HuDeary . 
Sweden and Korw 

Bermuda 

Netherlands 

Turkey, Aaiatic 

China. 

BrIUah East Indies . 

<'uba 

Brazil 

Umgaav 

Bntiah \\>st Indies. 

Denmark 

Mexico 

Hongkong 

Jl]MIU 



418 1, 476 
2, 162 I 229 
3,059 



DoUars. i 
494,008 I 
271.509 I 
146,677 I 
159,709 
78. 157 

31,370 
9,794 ■ 

!1,318 . 
9.890 
5,692 . 
2,110 
2,45G . 



DoUart. 
148,430 
225. 816 
227, 377 
189, 467 
71,431 

103, 332 
10, 2:^2 I 



Dollar*. 
126.283 
213, 394 
153, 855 
66.623 
8,796 j 

.1, 335 
16,576 : 



925 I 
*47ii 



1,446 

J 267 

27 

1,530 



1,934 
1,355 I 
2,251 I 
2.725 , 



243 
521 

07 



16 
.365 
977 
552 

488 1 



366 I 

604 I 

I 



176 



80 
74 



21 



60 
25 



Dollarg. 
2WJ, 263 
250.576 
158,713 
138.738 
44,370 

37,501 
12. :«3 
4,253 I 
3,156 I 
1,411 ' 
1.090 
1, OHO 
758 I 
601 I 
047 ; 
624 I 
552 
30G ! 
36 
10 
15 
12 
5 
4 
3 
1 



P'ret. 
28.06 
27.44 
17. 38 
15.19 
4.86 

4.11 
1.36 
.47 
.34 
.15 
.12 
.12 
.08 
.08 
.07 
.07 
.06 
.03 



.01 



Total I 420,050 11,336,388 1,232,001, 984, 332 | 593,239 913,204 ICO. 00 



(UJT. 



Germany 

I'nited Kingdom . . 

France 

Italv 

Spain 

Japan 

Turkey. European . 

Canada 

Colombia 

Aoatria-HuDgary . 

Switzerland 

Belgium 

Denmark 

Hongkong 

Africa, n.e.H 

Mexico 



Dollars. ' DoUarg. ' Dollars. 



127,480 

50,500 ! 

6.«50 

1,219 ' 

445 



Total. 



1.449 I 



153, 752 

41,362 I 

11,251 ' 

338 

5 

1,152 , 

4,016 ! 

205 



127, 844 

43,551 

16, 315 

2,696 

2.310 

1,229 



Dollarg. 
122.647 
35, 445 
12, 897 
2,589 
3,196 
2,863 



Doilarg. 

13, 473 

25,780 

2.277 1 

911 



I 



17 
46 
408 



560 
658 
178 



21 



188.111 I 212,645 , 195,362 



772 I 
97 
210 , 



425 I 




180, 721 



42, 879 ' 



163, 944 100. 00 



HAIR. 



United Kingdom... 

Germany 

Argentina 

Unigoay 

Branl 

Franco 

Italy 

KuMia, European . . 

Mexico 

Auittria-Hongafy .. 



Belgium 

Chfta 

Ketherlanda. 

Cuba 

Hongkong. . . 
Colombia 



DoUarg. 

142. 345 

158, 763 

141,785 

66,439 

02.716 

30, 522 

31, 267 

34,531 

57.064 

34, 515 

18,040 

6,570 

4.308 

1,165 

3,330 

1,014 

1,509 



Dollarg. ' 
226, 505 

224.601 I 

214,820 , 
121,514 

101. 000 I 

70,992 I 
37,734 

24, 182 I 

43,846 I 

29,972 I 

19,351 ' 

30,042 , 
1,718 
3,102 
2.718 

3.017 ! 

660 ! 



DoUarg. 

307. 431 

242,636 

223,646 

80, 275 

92, 742 

70, 704 

42, 489 

47,967 

43.261 

29.573 

20,450 

24, 998 

4,261 

4,663 

1,930 

2,719 

871 



Dollarg. 

323, 827 

336, 799 

130. 506 

123.231 

73. 290 

85. 256 

71.258 

35, 225 

58. 228 

38. 157 

19,856 

18. 026 

1,851 

5.168 

3,794 

336 

1.648 



Dollarg. 

497, 608 

370. 448 

214, 828 

119,114 

109, 587 

111,776 

121,076 

115.475 

44. 409 

47,630 

42. 583 

24. 060 

5,508 

3, 376 

•2. 502 

2,149 

1,072 



DoUarg. 

299. 343 

2G6, 649 

185, 117 

102, 114 

93, 869 

77, 450 

60, 765 

51,476 

49, 362 

35.969 

24, 236 

20, 739 

3, 529 

3, 495 

2, 855 

2. 027 

1,154 



Per et. 

23.31 

20.77 

14.42 

7.96 

7.31 

0.03 

4.73 

4.01 

3.84 

2.80 

1.89 

1.62 

.27 

.27 

.22 

.16 

.00 



a Prior to August 27, 1894, and sinco Jiilv 24, 
where apeciOed^' (dutiable). 

15910— No. 17 3 



1S97, tallow in iiioludod in "Meat products not else* 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



34 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the agricultural imports of the United States (animal matter), etc, — Continaed. 

HAIR-Continued. 



Countries from wbich 


1894. 


Tear 
1895. 


t) ended Ju 


Qe30- 
1897. 

Dollars. 
2,144 


1898. 

DoUars. 

599 

1,164 

1.474 

138 

1,«0 

835 

27 




imported. 


1896. 


1894-1898. * 


TV^nmiirk -» 


Dollars. 
1,558 


Dollars. 

571 

1.078 


DoUars. 

646 

857 

1,332 


Dollars. \Peret. 
1,101 ' 0.09 


Tarkev. BaroDoan 


680 : .05 


Switzerland 




357 
1,280 


633 .05 


British Australasia 


1,125 
103 
415 

4 


119 


532 .04 


British East Indies 


261 


359 ! .03 


Sweden and l^orway . . . 
TCouador .......... 


13 
191 




253 .02 




327 


110- .01 


Spain .. -.-. 


860 


72 .01 


^enesnela..... 


3 




14 


270 
227 


57 ) 


Africa, n. e. 8 






45 1 

28 1 
24 1 

9 i 

3 

1 : 




British West Indies 


74 


64 
116 








Japan ............ ...... 






3 


i .01 


Hawaiian Islands 




5 


39 
15 




Banish West Indies . 










Chile 


7 






















Total 


839,972 


1, 165, 944 


1, 244, 077 


1,330,632 


1,839,668 


1.284,050 1 100.00 







HIDE CUTTINGS AND OTHER GLUE STOCK. 



nnite<l Kingdom 

Brazil 

Germany 

Uruguay 

Cuba 

Argentina 

Philippine Islnnds 

Belgium 

Csnada 

France 

British East Indies . . . 

Russia, Europoan 

British Anstrala.Hia . . . 

Mexico 

China 

Italy 

Venezuela 

Honduras 

Netherlands 

Madagascar 

A ustna-Hungary 

French Africa 

British Honduras 

Hawaiian Islands 

Guatemala 

Chile 



Total. 



DoUars. 

148,308 

45, 819 

14, 285 

14, 394 

22.834 

17,828 

9,U]5 

2,065 

2.686 

100 

310 



1,531 
79 



116 



275 
401 



280, 002 



Dollars. 
195, 224 I 
16, 117 
18,894 
4,985 
14,555 I 

5,*466"| 

3.407 ' 
2, 025 

983 



294 

100 

1,159 



DoUars. 
151,579 I 
27. 698 
39,227 
22,239 
8,674 , 
7,525 I 
C,648 |. 
3, 110 
3,460 
4,044 
73 

129 . 
1,U46 
2,169 



T>oUars. 
175,070 
25,487 
31,514 
17,659 
17, 742 
4,549 



2,738 
3,010 
2,389 
4,579 



2, 230 
1,372 



1.697 
347 ! 



240 
346 



DoUars. 

235. 375 

33,499 

34, 171 

18, 453 

5.925 

15.040 

7,637 

17,163 

4, 956 

4,246 

6,338 

8,449 

5.048 

859 

4,341 

3,381 



4 I 

10 
13 



182 ; 
"73' 



1,098 

593 

1,407 



252 

2 

29 



DoUars. 

181.111 

29.724 

27,618 

15, 526 

13, 946 

8,988 

6.740 

5,697 

3,349 

2,352 

2,260 

1,716 

1,665 

1.186 

884 

676 

446 

403 

360 

336 

117 

50 

18 



Piret. 

69.54 

9.77 

9.08 

5.10 

4.58 

2.96 

1.89 

1.87 

1.10 

.77 

.74 

.56 

.55 

.39 

.29 

.22 

.15 

.13 

.12 

.11 

.04 

.02 

.01 



W 



279. 692 



289,686 I 



408,262 



304,175 I 100.00 



British East Indies 

Franco 

Brazil 

Mexico 

United Kingdom 

Russia, European 

British Possessions, 
n. e. s. : 

A den 

Malta, Gozo, etc — 
Other 

Argentina 

Germany 

China 

Venezuela 

Af¥ica,n.e.s 

Turkey, European 

Austria-Hungary 

Frttuch Africa 

Peru 



GOATSKINS, (a) 



Dollars. ih) 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


DoUars. (c) Per et. 


1.311,274 


1,953,048 


1, 913. 948 


1.410.762 


2, 526, 749 


1.951,124 


16.14 


354, 954 


1, 104. 572 


826, 934 


1, 258, 725 


2,164,570 


1, 338, 700 


11.07 


1.154,558 


1. 146. 822 


1,180,661 


1. 304, 646 


1,536,346 


1.292,119 


10.69 


973, 946 


898. 058 


733, 988 


946, 370 


1.021,200 


899,801 


7.44 


954, 641 


609, 308 


561,635 


1, 382, 464 


971,682 


881,272 


7.29 


264. 927 


633, 596 


647, 099 
f 702,196 


598, 287 
628, 206 


1.162,945 
927, 438) 


759. 232 


6.28 


786. 435 


.'587, 623 
519. 700 


; 6,542 


6.479 


11,659| 


717. 536 
591,643 


5.93 


516, 184 


445, r)23 


662.587 


738, 762 


4.89 


303, 801 


6:t7, 708 


274, 067 


710, 303 


691,064 


578,285 


4.78 


367. 892 


426, 725 


460, 662 


375, 617 


714.668 


494. 418 


4.09 


348. 668 


450. 657 


389, 287 


277,413 


391,326 


377, 146 


3.12 


55. 020 


196, o:(6 


375, 9.'>8 


229, 168 


474. 744 


818. 976 


2.64 


132, 223 


264. 847 


240. 322 


304, 657 


457,304 


316,782 


2.62 


156, 973 


240. 279 


312.566 


183, 680 


329.906 


266,608 


2.20 


22, 521 


207, 146 


108. 906 


124. 426 


427. 536 


232, 018 


1.92 


211,316 


221,676 1 


242, 088 


182, 992 


144,615 


197,843 


1.64 



a For quantities, xee ]»&s^ 84. b Quantities not Htated in 1891. e Annual average, 1895-1898. 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



35 



Valyes of the agricultural import* of the United States {animal matter), 0<c.— Continued. 

GOATSKINS-Continaed. 



Coontries from which 
imported. 



Netberlaadfl 

Italy 

Spwn 

Colombia 

Turkey, A niatic 

BritiBh Africa 

SaDto Domineo 

Egypt 

Dutch West Indies 

Dutch Sast Indies .... 

HaHi 

Sweden and Norway . 

Chile 

British West Indies. . . 

Portiigneae A frica 

Serria 

Belinnni 

Portu^l 

Asia, n.e.s 

Tripoli 

Ecuador 

Canada 

Svitzeriand 

French West Indies . . 

Philippine Islands 

Hawaiian Islands 

Danish West Indies... 
Azore8, and Madeira 

Islands 

Spanish Africa 

Gibraltar 

Deomark 

Honduras 

Madagascar 

Costa Rica 

Uniguay 

Salrador 

Nicaragua 

Guatemala ■ 

Cuba 

British Australasia — 



1894. 



Years ended June 80— 
]8»5. 1806. ^ 1887. 



DoUart.ia) 

100,360 

79,807 

38,822 

51,760 

8! 

24,547 

47.436 

20.713 

34,947 

36.127 . 

10.382 I 

25,588 i 

23,307 I 

16,900 

4,362 I 

22,360 

2.449 

14,000 

11,466 

8,327 

5,629 

3.910 



1,527 



5 

1,280 

3 



21,610 



Dollars. 

92.820 

112,473 

76, 513 

63,440 

161.516 

53,710 

49.990 

46,689 

33.978 

5.982 I 

10,784 

24,096 

15.109 

18.381 

6,104 

10,558 

25, 457 

125 

23.840 

608 

1,951 

11, 440 

4,289 



1.148 



DoHam. 

127.739 

91,447 , 

47,846 

105,800 ' 

74,895 I 

70,420 I 

47.467 I 

54,424 

33. 575 1 

25,246 , 

10.968 I 

12,940 

16,551 

15,571 

12.969 

17, 314 

5,140 

3, 912 

7,244 

4.518 

6.440 



3,470 



982 



.!. 



9,226 



710 



288 
1,541 
092 
673 
611 
128 



1,391 



4,360 
3,098 



DoUart. 
149.980 
80,941 
65,386 
03,730 
43,504 
50,742 
35,114 
18,602 
24,031 
21, 723 
22,315 
20.249 
18, 131 
11,800 
22.734 , 
12,646 I 
5,276 
4,724 



1898. 



Annual averase, 
1894-1898. 



16.066 
3,754 



DoUarM. 

152,054 

177,908 

196,153 

83,007 

46,597 

96,908 

29,202 

25.785 

85, 178 

49,632 

37,271 

8,467 

17,835 

16,460 

14,995 

12,095 

10, 165 

30,049 



8,133 
6.223 
5.743 
11,821 



3,343 
1,130 



1,634 



97 



2,360 



ToUl 8,583,166 10,954,827 10,304,395 ! 11,328. 162 



2.891 I 
1.470 ' 

4,490 



67 



350 

217 

86 

45 



DoUars. (6) 
130. 873 
115.602 
06,474 
86,719 
81,628 
I 70. 195 
40.466 
36,875 
' 31,690 
25,046 I 
21,834 , 
18,888 
16,006 I 
15,570 I 
14,201 I 
13, 153 , 
11.510 I 
0,028 
7,771 I 
5,298 
5,070 I 
4.416 
3,376 I 
2.065 ' 
2.504 I 
1,559 ! 
1,244 I 

1.123 I 
1.090 
952 
590 
481 
385 i 
268 
168 
158 
120 
54 
22 I 
11 I 



Peret. 

1.08 
.96 
.80 
.72 
.68 
.58 
.33 
.30 
.26 
.21 
.18 
.16 
.14 
.13 
.12 
.11 
.10 
.08 
.06 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.01 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.01 

01 
.01 
.01 



16.776,601 , 12,090.996, 100. UO 



HIDES OF CATTLE, (c) 



Argentina 

United Kingdom.... 

Uruguay 

British East Indies . 



Venezuela... 

Braxil 

Franc© 

Mexico 

(iermanv 

Colomhia 

China 

BriUsh Africa 

Cuba 

Sweden and Norway . 
Britiah AnatnOasia .. 

Netherlanda 

Belainm 

Switserland 

Ecuador 

CosURica 

Nicaragua 

Guatemala 

Denmark 

KnsHia, European 

Peru 



DoUarM. 



if) 



VoOara. 



if) 



DoUaru. 



if) 



DoUarM. 



if) 



a Quantities not stated in 1891. 
b Annual average, 1895-1898. 
e For quantities, aee page 86. 
d ExdnaiTe of hides of cattle from 



DoUarn. (d) 

2, 928. 597 

1, 970. 2KI 

1,289,908 

1, 220, 371 

752, 638 

746. 225 

653, 724 

584, 437 

581,931 

573, 753 

504,846 

382, 775 

218,553 

214,206 

135, 533 

129,941 

126,901 

125,729 

104,633 

83,961 

51,6:)2 

37, 814 

35,538 

31,087 

29,336 

20, 217 

^Statistics for 1898 only. 
/Included in "Hides and skins, other 
than furs, not ftlsewbem specitiod. '* 
till) Hawaiian Islands (free of duty). 



DoUan. {e) 

2, 928, 597 

1, 970, 253 

1,289.908 

1.220.371 

752, 6.^8 

746, 225 

653,724 

584,437 

581,931 

573, 753 

504,846 

382,775 

218, 553 

214.296 

135,533 

129,041 

120,001 

125,729 

104, 633 

83,961 

51, 632 

37,814 

:«,538 

81.087 

29.336 

20.217 



Per ci. 

21.49 

14.46 

9.47 

8.96 

5.52 

5.48 

4.K0 

4.29 

4.27 

4.21 

3.70 

2.81 

1.6U 

.1.67 

.99 

.95 

.93 

.92 

.77 

.82 

.38 

.28 

.26 

.23 

.21 

.15 



jitizedbyLjOOgle 



3f5 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the agricultural imporU of the United States {animal matter), etc, — Continued. 
HIDES OF CATTLE-Continaed. 



Countries from which 
imported. 



Santo Domingo 

Salvador 

Matiaeaacar 

Haiti 

Hondaraa 

British West Indie« . . . 

Austria-Hungary 

Dutch East Indien 

British Honduras 

Italy 

Bermuda 

French Oceania 

Aden 

Dutch West IndioA . . . . 

Japan 

Danish West Indies. . . . 

ToUl 



IBM. 



Years ended June 30 — 
18ft5. I lg96. 1897. 



Dollars. ' DoUart. Dollars, 



1898. 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



Dollars. DoUars.{a) Dollars.ib) Peret. 



(c) 



(c) 



(c) (c) 



(c) 



(c) 



<c) 



16. 031 

13, 740 

13, 117 

12,394 

11.204 

5.963 

5,306 

3,740 

3,567 

2,316 

2,150 

357 

170 

125 

123 

57 



16.031 

13.740 

13,117 

12,394 

11,204 

5,963 

5,306 

3,740 

3,567 

2,316 

2,150 

357 

170 

125 

123 

57 



0.12 
.10 
.10 
.00 
.08 
.04 
.04 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.02 



(0 



13, 624. 989 13, 624. 989 100. 00 



HIDES AND SKINS. (d) OTHER THAN FURS, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED. (€) 



IDoUars.if) 

United Kingdom i 2, 064. 900 

Germany j 161,000 



42.677 

409,150 

322, 731 

286.544 

73. 888 

38, 012 

464,331 

22, 919 

38,322 



DoOars.i/) 

3. 426, 031 

829.457 

832, 058 

268, 525 

981,929 

470, 383 

652, 752 

197, 629 

535, 887 

51, 432 

48, 393 



DoUars.(f) Dollars, if Y Dollars, (p) 



> 17,742 I 

1,765.370 I 

19,242 , 

387. 050 1 

143.918 I 

162.07:i I 

'A2. 625 ' 



3, 662, 304 
19.454 
417, 447 
414, 208 
291. 055 
44.583 
1. 162, 539 I 1, 378, 050 
39.871 
77,484 
34,707 
48. 174 
45, 874 
72, :i05 
38. 445 
28,088 
23,099 
9,175 
10,240 
58.758 I 



France 

British Australasia... 

('anada 

Brazil 

Belgium 

Switzerland 

Mexico 

China 

Hawaiian Islands 

British PossetiMions, 
n. e. s.: 

Aden 

Other 

Argentina 

' Russia, European 

Colombia 

Venezuela i 

BriiJHh East Indies 

Netherlands 

Uruguay 

Sweden and Norway ... 511 

Cuba U2.221 

Turkey, Eu ropean 1 3, 803 

Nicaragua 65,297 

A ustria-Hungary 27 

Denmark 

Costa Rica 42.757 

Honduras 34.681 

Italy 1,009 

Salvador 15,080 

British Africa 26. 1)03 

Ecuador 76.332 

Russia, Asiatic 

British We«t Indies ... 10, 1 30 8, 949 

Guatemala 38,265 31,105 

Afrlca,n.e.« 456 2.925 

Pern 10,825 10,843 

Santo Domingo 12,646 5.485 

British Honduras 569 1 , 426 

Egypt 223 

Dnteh West Indies 457 7. 856 

Madagascar 94,024 48,2^19 

Japan 397 

Bermuda 6,032 7,208 

Danish West Indies 152 64 

Chile 

Dutch East Indies I 2,107 

Spain 7,135 

French Oceania 

a Exclusive of hides of cattle from the 

Hawaiian lA]and.s (free of duty). 
& Statistics for 18'i8 only, 
clncluded in "Hides and sklnx, other 
than furs, not elsewhere specified." 



3, 422. 637 

942,770 I 

597, 7S2 I 

1. 056, 603 I 

1, 185. 893 

986, 355 

206. 196 I 

177, 158 

785. 363 

119, 368 i 

65, 104 



1,815 il ^*.l»»j 



3, 216. 468 
569, 114 
484. 105 
397, 542 

1,595.346 
439, 694 
142, 869 1 
229, 196 I 
831,855 I 
448, 792 
08, 407 



9.326 



3. 112, 31' 
1.210,515 
622, 437 
478. 003 
412. 038 
268,345 
254,190 
250.400 
136. 158 
113,345 
103. 469 



94,378 



Dollars, (b) Per eL 
3, 112. 317 40. 50 
1,210,515 

622,437 

478, 003 

412.038 

268.345 

254. 190 

250.400 

136,158 

11 J. 345 

103, 469 



15.79 
8.12 
6.23 
5.37 
3.50 
3.31 
3.27 
1.78 
1.48 
1 35 



5,457,901 I 
70. 206 , 
629, 365 I 
718, 124 I 
622. 533 I 
39,807 I 
2, 139, 896 I 
36,627 
184.281 
43,940 
79, 800 
113.854 I 
8,852 , 
67,342 I 
46.515 I 
45,465 I 
6, 260 
45. 510 
96.994 



3, 614, 860 
22,725 I 
501.308 I 
531,096 
314, 332 I 
16,635 
1,659,954 ! 
79, 577 
692, 122 I 
37,808 
101,835 I 

1,254 
97,892 , 
59,908 
38,452 ; 
7,7:{3 I 
13. 405 
130. 42:{ I 
69, ('92 



8,968 
36,571 

9,873 
25, 267 
22, 340 

3, 557 



6. 559 
24, 789 

3,917 
19.291 
11,370 

6, 159 



1,609 

11,065 

80 

7,045 

120 

10, 338 

415 

38,931 I 

34 



858 
15,563 



2,774 
10 



8.639 



83,005 

69.024 

00, 745 

56,884 

51,744 

4-J, 701 

40, 822 

39.011 

38. 001 

31, 970 

24, 609 

21,947 

10,899 

6,619 

6,400 

5, 810 

4. 024 

3. 739 

3, 339 

2, 3.56 

1.273 

1.091 

1.037 

817 

804 

651 

494 

352 

332 

205 

197 

54 

26 

21 I 

15 ! 



M.378 

83,005 
69.024 
60.745 
56,884 
51, 744 
42, 701 
40.822 
30,011 
38. 061 
31. 970 
24,669 
21,947 
10.899 
6.619 ' 
6,400 
5,810 
4,624 
3,739 1 
3, 339 I 
2,356 i 
1,273 
1,091 
1,037 
817 I 
804 
651 ' 
494 
352 
332 
205 ' 
197 

^4 , 
26 I 
21 ; 
15 
9 . 



1.23 

1.08 
.90 
.79 
.74 
.67 
.56 
.53 
.51 
.50 
.42 
.32 
.29 
.14 
.09 
.08 
.08 
.06 
.05 
.04 
.03 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



.02 



d Except sheepskins with the wool on. 
ts For i|iiantitioH, nee page 86. 
/Includin}: hides of cattle, 
y including hides of cattle from the 
Hawaiian Islands (free of duty). T 



SOURCES OF AGBICULTUEAL IMPOETS. 



37 



Values of ike agricultural imports of the United States {animal matter)^ etc. — Continued. 
HIDES AND SKINS, (a) OTHER THAN FflRS. NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED-Continued. 



CouDtrieft from which 
imported. 



J 894. 



Yeara onded June 30— 
18fi5. 1896. 1897. 



Haiti 

French Africa 

Paraguay 

NewfonndlaDd and 

Labrador 

Tripoli 

Portagueae Africa 

l^utch Gaiana , 

Miqaelou. Langley, etc . > 

BritiAh Gaiana I 

Gibraltar j 

Portogai 

Liberia 

Aaia^D.e. 8 



\Dcllarg.{b) 
.1 1,524 



620 
35 



40 



DoUars.ib) Dollars. (6) 



4,759 
3,432 
6,630 

3.635 
4,027 



200 
"152* 



10,773 
13.003 



192 

106 

2.718 

64 



Dollars, (b) 
10,767 



454 



58 
10 



449 
"I'iO 



Annual average, 
1898. I 18W-18»«. 

Dollars, (c) Dollars, idy Per et. 



ToUl I 8,202,986 115,168,115 20,215.782 



16,534,864 , 7,667,342 7.667,342 | 100.00 



HIDES AND SKINS, (a) OTHER THAN FURS (TOTAL), (e) 



United EJngdom . . . 

Argentina 

Bntiah East Indies. 

France 

Braail 

Cmgnay 

Mexico 

Germany 



804, 177 

438. 819 
430.760 
76, 337 
146, 026 
55.476 
157. OW) 
132. 221 
38.912 
22, 521 
222.141 
132, 985 
51, 450 
80,876 
38,822 
26.099 
81, 061 
81 
65,297 
38.322 
42,760 



Dottars.(/)\ 
3,019,541 ! 
2,281,554 
1,473,347 , 

397.631 

1.441,102 I 

1,162,539 I 

1.438.277 I 

524,801 ' 

326,641 1 

Venesoela t 492,586 

Kunio, European 234, 169 I 

China 390,811 

British Poaaeasions, > 
n. e. 8. : ! 

Aden , 

Malta, (;oso, etc ' 

Other 

Coiombia 

British Aaatnilasia 

Belfiam 

Torkey. European 

Africa, n.e. a 

Austna-Hangary 

Cuba 

Switzerland 

French Africa 

Pern 

Netherlands 

British Africa 

Italy 

Spain 

Sweden and Norway - . . 

Ecuador ^.- 

Torkey. Asiatic 

I! icaraeua 

Hawaiian Islands 

CoHta Rica 

Denmark 

Santo Domingo... 

Egypt 

Batch West Indiea . . . 

Hondnraa 

G uatemala 

Haiti 

Dutch East Indies 

British West Indies. . - 

Madagascar 

Chile?. 

Portuguese Africa 

Servia 






60,082 
20, 713 
35.404 
34,686 
38, 265 
11,906 
38,324 
27,030 
05,304 
23, 307 
4,362 
22,360 



Dollars. 

4, 035. 330 

4. 182, 004 

2, 244, 703 

1, 936, 630 

1.617.205 

1,378,723 

1,433.945 

1, 467. 165 

993. 360 

864.765 

653,050 

481. 157 



589,438 

480.887 

268. 525 

678, 209 

299. 554 

198.061 

286, 153 

77,484 

201,918 

210, 578 

232, 519 

137, 403 

63.950 

135, 572 

83,648 

64.567 

60,709 

161, 516 

48, 302 

48, 393 

39, 137 

72, 305 

55, 475 

46,912 

41, 834 

28. 976 

31. 105 

15,543 

5,982 

27, 330 

49. 790 

15, 109 

6,104 

10,558 



Dollars. 
3,984, 272 
5.903,424 
2, 536, 481 
1,424.666 
2,167,016 
2,139,896 
1,519,301 
1,216,837 
1, 185. 893 
1,107.411 
717, 305 
580, 030 



716,3^4 
6.542 



Dollars. 

4,598,932 

4. 277. 447 

1. 725. 084 

1, 742, 830 

1,744,340 

1, 659, 954 

1, 778, 225 

1. 279. 417 

1. 595. 346 

808, 509 

616.012 

824, 409 



637, 532 
6,479 



735, 165 
1,056,603 
211,336 
284,262 I 
385,831 ' 
426,420 I 
184,281 
180,628 I 
181,969 
267.355 I 
167, 546 
115,936 I 
136, 912 I 
86, 777 
49. 567 I 
103,434 
74,895 1 
79,800 
65, 104 I 
67,640 
8,852 , 
69.807 
54,424 I 
35, 184 , 
48, 149 , 
36,571 I 
27,741 ■ 
25,661 
24. 539 I 
11,065 I 
26,889 I 
15,687 
17,314 I 



Dollars. 
6. 0.54. 252 
3,750,864 
3,798.864 
3.371,444 
2. 458, 415 
1,330,730 
1, 739, 289 
2, 475, 332 
1, 170, 899 
1, 194, 435 
1,261,305 
1, 210. 788 



1,021.986 
11,659 



595, 038 
397, 542 
148, 145 
342, 465 
233, 085 
184, 934 
692, 122 
229, 196 
124, 426 
202,283 
166, 615 
190,165 
88,674 
74, 025 
108.826 

72, we 

43,504 
101, &35 I 
71, 750 I 
59,923 
100. 252 
46,484 ' 
18. 602 
24,889 
38, 452 
24. 789 
33,082 

21, 723 
18, 428 
15,563 
18,131 

22. 734 
12,646 



a Except sheepskins with the wool ou. d Statistics for 1898 only . / ( 

h IncludiDg bides of cattle. « For quantities, see page 87. g . 

^Including hides of cattle from the Hawaiian islands (free of duty). 



DoUars. (g) 


Per.ct. 


4,668,1W 


15.36 


4.528,310 


14.90 


2, 576, 283 


8.48 


2,118.892 


6 97 


1.996.744 


0.57 


1, 627. 326 


5.35 


1.617,690 


5.32 


1,009,088 


5.30 


1, 236, 377 


4.07 


903. 780 


3.27 


811,918 


2 «7 


774, 096 


2.55 



747,505 ' 



649, 498 


615, 147 


2.02 


607, 989 


582. 665 


1.92 


390,084 


356, 943 


1.18 


489, 274 


353,889 


1.17 


475. 781 


323,414 


1.06 


357, 159 


313.666 


1.03 


252,443 


301, 582 


.99 


360, 776 


243. 129 


.80 


427, 536 


236, 127 


.78 


165,649 


216. 951 


.71 


322, 556 


198, 530 


.65 


319, 200 


172,313 


• 57 


180. 034 


136. 798 


.45 


196,168 


110. 154 


.36 


183.011 


101, 493 


.33 


95, 433 


83,^5 


.27 


46, 597 


81. 628 


.27 


62, 833 


73, 192 


.24 


106, 360 


72,902 


.24 


58.318 


66, 255 


.19 


41, 9K6 


55, 849 


.18 


46 127 


54, 473 


.18 


26,279 


36,554 


.12 


35, 0,')5 


34, 391 


.11 


17.604 


33, 295 


.11 


36 846 


32. 328 


.11 


49, 665 


31,508 


.10 


53. 393 


26.690 


.09 


23.696 


23, 498 


.08 


13,449 


22, 467 


.07 


17.861 


19. 498 


.06 


14,995 


14.880 


.05 


12, 095 


13, 153 


.04 



inantities not statod in 18^4. 
Lnnnal average, 1895-1898. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



38 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the agricultural imports of the United States {animal juatter), etc, — Continned. 
HIDES AND SKINS, (a) OTHER THAN FURS (TOTAL)-Contiiiuod. 



CountriM from which >_ 
imported. , 



18S5, 



Years ended June 30— 
1897. 



I 



Salvador 

Portugal 

A8ia,n.e.8 

Tripoli 

Bermuda 

Brltiah Honduras 

French West Indies . . . 

Philippine Islands 

Paraguay 

Danish West Indies. . . . 
Asores, and Madeira 

Islands 

Spanish Africa 

Newfoundland and 

Labrador 

GibralUr 

Russia, Asiatic 

Dutch Guiana. 

Japan 

French Oceanica 

Miqnelon, Langley, etc. 

British Guiana 

Liberia 



Total. 



DoUarg.lb) 
15,109 
14,090 
ll,4e9 
8,827 
6,032 
589 



IhMarg. 
9,686 
125 
23,840 
4,635 
7,208 
1,426 



620 
1,679 



897 



16,780,152 26,122,042 



1,148 
0.630 
1,046 



3,635 



200 



1896. 



DoUart. 
6,357 
3,970 
7,244 
4,624 
7.045 
3,557 



Dollars. 
13.430 
4,724 



16,066 
2,774 
6,159 



I Annual average, ' 
' 1894-1808. 



Dollars. DoUar§. (c) ! Per el. 
0.04 



18.364 I 
30,949 : 



9,226 



1,514 



1.140 



4,360 ' 

192 
3,098 



10 



30,520,177 



454 



2,347 I 
4.218 
11,821 



1,581 



140 



'>7, 863, 026 



2,356 
'"'328' 



37, 068, 932 



11.959 
9,942 
7,771 
6,331 
4.844 
3,840 
2,955 
2,504 
1,658 
1.320 

1, 123 
1,090 

1,070 

990 

589 

128 

102 

100 

50 

35 

3 



.03 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



30,393,709 100. HO 



HONEY, (d) 



Mexico 

Cuba 

Santo Domingo 

Haiti 

British West Indies. 

Canada 

Switzerland 

Puerto Rico 

Belgium 

Hawaiian Islands . . . 

France 

lUly 

Gennanv 

United Kingdom 

French Oceania 

Portugal 

Greece 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Netherlands 

Kgypt--- 

Turkev, European — 
Britisn Possessions, i 
e. s. : 

Aden 

Other 

Brazil 

China 

Japan 



Dollars. DoUars. Dollar*. DoUare. 



16.379 I 

22,242 

14,406 

483 



1,605 

395 

205 

27 

6 

59 

49 

59 

5 

139 



8,635 I 
10.523 I 
2, 213 
56 
34 
610 
395 



Total. 



56.156 



5 
306 
31 
12 
74 
12 

1 

5 
30 

5 
22 
14 



9,122 ' 
9,090 . 
6,486 
2,160 I 
2,054 
529 ! 
52 :. 



11.2.'>3 
1,379 
9.036 
2,459 
2,020 
976 



DoUart. 
30,455 



215 



113 I 
222 



3,240 

1,902 

1,119 

686 

123 

173 



84 
105 



22,993 I 30,609 



60 j 

224 I 

03 * 

6 

15 ; 



Ih)llars. 

15,109 

8,767 

7,004 

1.412 

1,045 

881 

193 

98 

94 

74 

08 

57 

47 

39 

28 

9 

8 

5 

4 

3 

3 



Peret. 

43.21 

24.98 

20.21 

4.02 

2.98 

2.51 

.55 

.28 

.27 

.21 

.19 

.16 

.13 

.11 

.08 

.03 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 



.01 
.01 



27.599 i 



38, 158 I 



35,103 100.00 



Belgium 

Germany 

Canada 

France 

United Kingdom . 

Chiua 

Switzerland 

Italy 

Hongkong 

Cuba 

Mexico 



MEAT AND MEAT EXTRACTS. 








DoUart. 


DoUars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


DoUars. 


DoUars. 


Peret, 


183. 805 


186, 171 


211.538 


295, 957 


158, 369 


207,168 


44.41 


65,989 


09,787 1 


76,346 


79. 576 


85. ;J43 


75,408 


16.17 


39,762 i 


72,857 


72.168 


127,059 


21. 952 


66,760 


14.31 


25. 128 1 


44,214 i 


41,091 


19. 979 


16,004 


29,283 


6.28 


37.749 : 


39,905 1 


19,636 


23,155 


18,892 


27,868 


5.97 


23,131 


22,895 : 


31,814 


21.880 


20,068 


23,958 


5.14 


12,025 


13.769 


11. 992 


10, 267 


5,566 


10,724 


2.30 


6,429, 


6,839 


8.523 


8.850 


8,486 


7.826 


1.68 


5,189 


5,895 


8,004 


7,655 


4,247 


6.198 


1.33 


7.801 


7.057 


3,845 


4,470 


1,151 


4.865 


1.04 


1.380 


2,174 


3,100 


1,850 


3,471 


2.395 


.51 



a Except sheeiiskins with 
b Quantities not stated in 



the wool on. 
1894. 



c Annual average, 1895-1898. 
d For quantities, see page 88. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OP AQEICULTUEAL IMPORTS. 



39 



Valuet of the agricultural imports of the United Statee (animal matter), elc.— Continued. 
MEAT AND MEAT EXTRACTS-Continaed. 



Countries from which 


1894. 


Year 
1895. 

DoUavM. 

4,545 

1,005 

973 

267 


•8 ended Ju 
1896. 


ne30— 




Annual averaffe, 


imported. 


1897. 


1888. 


1894-1896. 


NetherUiidA 


DoUart. 

1, 752 

1,075 

4S5 

90 


DoUar». 

465 

1,486 

28 

936 

1,276 

362 

9 

424 

187 

37 


DoUart. 
305 
351 


DoUar», 
637 
314 
363 
34 
21 
34 
26 


DoUara. 

1,541 

846 

«70 

277 

259 

224 

202 

92 

54 

31 

30 

22 

21 

16 

16 

3 

2 

1 

I 
1 


Peret. 

0.33 

.18 

08 


Sweden and Norway... 
British AoBtralaaia 


Japan ..^r,.,- 


59 


.06 
05 


Costa Rica 


Spain 


320 

358 

16 


255 

607 

18 

70 


150 
12 


05 


Anstria-Hiuiffary 

British East Uidlea 


.04 
02 


Denmark 


11 
116 




01 








01 


Dutch East Indiea 


140 




8 


01 


NionraEiia »rr - 


• 12 


98 






British West Indies 


42 


24 
82 


40 




Miqnelon. Langley, etc . 
l'n]£oav ---• 














82 




Turkey,*^ European 




3 
12 


14 






Vt*iieEQela , t-^ 








> .02 


Argentina 




7 
7 








Newfoandland andLab- 
rador 












Brazil 1 


6 




















Total 


412,660 


479, 336 


493,303 


601,808 


345,108 


466,462 


100.00 



MEAT PRODUCTS NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED. 



Canada 

United Kingdom. 

Cuba 

Germany 

France. 



a^"x&~f.;;::::::::::: 

China 

Italy 

SwitzerUmd 

Sweden and Norway... 

Japan 

Belgium 

British Australasia.... 

Brsail 

Aufltria-Huucary 

Turkey, Eurupean 

Netherlands 

Spain 

Portugal 

Argentina 

Newfoundland and Lab- 
rador 

British West Indies... 

Philippine Islands 

Turkey, Asiatic 



Dollar: 

4,550 

6,684 

32 

309 

24 

96 

66 

267 

163 



Total. 



12,291 



DoUart, 

2,917 

1,078 

376 

95 

444 

48 

176 

13 

92 



DoUart. 

27,853 

2,305 

0,719 

519 

74 

869 

131 

511 

82 



I 



DoUart. 

41,977 

1,430 

5,060 

101 

228 

228 

168 

143 

94 



•1- 



6L 



5,244 



46 



DoUart. 

46.641 

6,026 

4,667 

10, 375 

7,707 

1.539 

1. 4.56 

354 

476 

289 

175 

33 

102 

62 



DoUart. 

24, 788 

3,505 

3,373 

2,280 

1,696 

556 

399 

258 

181 

58 

35 

24 

20 

12 

12 

11 

10 

9 

4 

2 

1 

1 
1 



39, 129 , 



49,484 



8U,031 



Perct. 

66.57 

0.41 

9.06 

6.12 

4.56 

1.49 

1.07 

.60 

.49 

.16 

.09 

.07 

.05 

.03 

.03 

.03 

.03 

.02 

.01 

.01 



100.00 



OILS, ANIMAL, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED, EXCEPT WHALE AND FISH. (a) 



Germany -.^ 


DoUart. 
403 
631 


DoUart. 

58 

256 


DoUart. 
7,200 
3,740 
1,015 


DoUart. 
5,505 
38 


DoUart. 
3,462 
2,103 


DoUart. 

3, 355 

1,354 

203 

83 

76 

29 
27 
5 
5 
2 


Perct. 
65.28 


Canada.. 


26.35 


Switzerland 


3 96 


Swede D and Nor^vay 




17 
130 


400 




1.61 


United Kinjrdom 




232 
10 


16 
134 


1.48 


Newfoundhind and Lab- 
rador 






.56 


Peru 


130 






.53 


Italy .. 






25 
8 




.10 


Honskonf ............. 






15 




.10 


coSf.... .:::..::..:... 




8 






China 


2 








.04 


Jsnan ..^u... 




1 
























Total 


1,232 


469 


12,213 


0,066 


5,715 


5,139 


100.00 







a For quantities, see page 88. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



40 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of ike agrioulttiral imporieof the United States (animal matter), efc.—Continaed. 

OLEOSTEARIN. (a) 



Countries from which 
imported. 


1894. 
DollarM. 


Yean ended Jane 30— 
1895. 1896. ' 1897. 


1898. 
DoUars. 


Annual average, 
1894-1898. 


France 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 
IS, 632 
12,633 
8,755 


Dollars. 


DoUars. \Peret. 
3,126 42.22 
2, 627 34. 13 
1,751 23.65 


United Kingdom 






AiMtria*Hangary 
















TotaJ 






37,020 




7,404 100.00 















Denmark* 

(ierraany 

Sweden *and Norway . 
Rueeia, European — 

United Kingaom 

Switzerland 

Netherlands 

Canada 

A ustria-Hungary 

Cuba 

France 



RENNETS. 
Dollars. ' DoUars. DoUars. DoUars. I Dollars. I DoUars. 



26, 317 
41,226 
7,601 I 



42, 745 
39,849 I 



24.281 
25, 716 



560 
73 



052 



285 



Total. 



76,063 



148 
623 I 



900 

1 

160 



15 



41.247 I 
13,171 I 

54 

4,375 I 

556 

365 

28 

13 

217 



56,916 
31,378 
I 
1.272 I 

860 ; 

121 
25 
175 



84,415 1 



51.073 



60,026 , 



SAITSAUB, BOLOGNA, (a) 



Germany 

Italy 

France 

United Kingdom . . 
Auatria-Uuiigary . 

Netherlands 

Hongkong 

Cuba 

Spain 

Switzerland 

Ciinada 

Portugal 

Denmark 

Belgium 



Total. 



DoUars. \ 

91.967 

8,275 

1,854 

151 

203 



DoUars. 

88,240 I 

3, 337 

1.068 I 

453 

33 I 



136 ; 
1 



26 
23 



23 



DoUars. ' 
74,138 
4,659 
1,899 ; 
31 j 
51 
24 ' 
11 
60 
14 , 



Dollars. 
70, 196 
3,713 I 
1,284 , 
66 
22 
8i8 
47 
93 
23 , 



J' 



90, 757 



DoUars. 
74,425 
5,403 , 
1.095 
806 
753 I 

1 
24 I 

4' 

22 

10 



38.301 

30,268 

1,533 

1,500 

396 

174 

i:J5 

117 

43 



PereL 
52.85 
41.77 
2.11 
2.07 
.55 
.24 
.19 
.16 



! 



72,467 100.00 



102,610 



93, 188 



80,887 



76. 303 



I 



SAUSAGE SKINS. 



British AuHtralasia . . 

Germany 

rnit*»d Kingdom 

Argentina 

Turkey, Europt^^an . . . 

Turkey, Asiatic 

China 

Canada 

Russia, European 

British Honduras 

Asia^n.e.s 

Japan 

Sweden and Norway . 

France 

Spain 

Swit7:erland 

Austriallungary 

Uruguay 

Italy 

Denmark 

Russia, Asiatic 

Belgium 

Netherlands 

A frica, n. e. s 

British East Indies . . 
Cuba 



Dollars. Dollars. 
146,994 I 194.478 
171,578 



160, 507 

574 

6,454 



2.498 



4,685 
5 



74. 966 

103, 332 

17. 655 

4,173 

90 



7,190 



10,085 



Dollars. 

181,033 
255, 898 
102, 822 
21,905 
10.303 



4, 135 
1, 823 
6, 028 



3,816 
170 

1,251 
853 



1, 752 



287 



46 



4,U90 



19 



Dollars. 

155,464 I 

175,:i86 ' 

101,691 , 

30. 145 

27, 743 I 

12. .596 I 

15,754 

3,302 

6,313 ' 



82,546 



DoUars. 

219,527 

134, 855 

62, 032 

39,226 

28,400 

21. 252 

13,185 

7,564 

2,156 



DoUars. 

79.793 

5,078 

1,440 

301 

212 

175 

49 

35 

10 

9 

2 

1 

1 

1 



6,474 



250 



1,516 



109 

82 



1,480 
1,204 



480 
2,127 



2,777 

1,173 

760 

1,845 



Total ' 495,118 1 419.345 1 5«8, C57 | 542.817 



537, 871 



87,107 



DoUars. 

179, 499 

162,537 

106,677 

21,001 

15,415 

6,788 

6,615 

4,476 

2.899 

2,197 

1,391 

1,245 



PereL 
91.60 
5.83 

.35 
.24 
.20 
.06 
.04 
.01 
.01 

! .0. 



100.00 






589 
485 I 
453 



350 

296 

271 

117 

15 

7 

3 



PereL 

34.74 

31.45 

20.64 

4.24 

2.98 

1.31 

1.28 

.87 

.56 

.43 

.27 

.24 

.18 

.17 

.11 

.09 

.00 

.07 

.07 

.07 

.06 

.05 

.03 



616,762 j 100.00 



a For quantities, s(h> page 80. 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



SOUKCE8 OF AGBICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



41 



Value* of the agriouHural imports of the United States (vegetable matter)^ by articlee and 
countriettf during the fire fiscal years 1894-1898. 



ARGOLS, OR WINE LEES, (o) 



Conn tries from which 
imported. 



lUly 

France 

8i»ain 

Portugal 

Aastria-Hungary . 

Switzerland 

United Kingdom.. 
BriUsh Africa.... 

French Africa 

Chile 

Belgium 

Peru 

Germany 

Canada 



Total 



1894. 



DoUar§. 

844, 751 

410,366 

170. G44 

66,260 

2,298 

6,770 

611 



2,220 



260 



1,504,200 



Years ended June 30— 
1895. ! 1896. 1887. 



DoUars. 

969,862 

680,484 i 

121, 630 

55,620 

32,954 

1,352 

3.456 

920 

6,093 



DoUars. 
1, 488. 478 
887.967 
149, 706 
117,418 
66,817 
3,950 i 
4,249 ; 
6,768 , 



Dollars. 

1,189,111 

565,927 

90,516 

93,761 

18,394 

3,618 

3,077 

1,655 



812 



418 
129 



1, 893, 730 



356 I 



•I- 



2,724,709 I 1,967,042 



1898. 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



Dollars. Dollars. \Peret. 



960. 489 

396,830 

96,187 

77,878 

37,351 

7,886 

3,010 

3, 921 

2,475 I 

3,689 I 



1,311 I 



1,094,538 

588,314 1 

125, 617 I 

82,187 I 

31,563 I 

4,715 I 

2,881 I 

2,453 ' 

2, 158 I 

738 ; 

554 
262 

84 ' 

78 ,. 



56.53 

30. 39 

6.49 

4.24 

1.63 

.24 

.15 

.13 

.11 

.04 

.03 

.01 

.01 



1,591,027 I 1.936,142 , 100.00 



BARLEY, ta) 



Canada 

Russia. Earooean 


Dollars. ' 
358,553 


Dollars. 

839.605 

22, 510 

5,412 

171 

22 

23 


Dollar*. 
316, 646 


Dollars. 
394,661 


DoUar*. | 

43,843 1 

1 


Dollars. Per et. 

390, 661 98. 54 

4 502 1 14 


Germany 




428 

104 

7 




::::::::::::l 


1, 11^8 . 29 


Mexico .. 

lUly 


129 1 

37 1 

18 1 

6 1 

1 


65 

10 

13 




6 1 

14 i 

1 


95 .02 

18 


United Kingdom 

Netherlands 




20 
4 




5 .01 


Japan 








1 


China 


1| 






. 










' 


Total 


358,744 


867,743 


317,209 


394, 749 


43,863 1 

1 


396,461 : 100.00 





CORN (MAIZE), (b) 



Mexico 


I>ottor». 1 
924 1 
555 , 

7 , 
22 ^ 


Dollars. 

6,920 

627 

2 

3 


Dollars. 

1,465 

392 

20 


Dollars. 
1,046 
993 
3 
6 
14 
6 
2 


Dollarg. 
654 


Dollars. Peret. 
2 202 76 01 


Canada 


676 I 23 33 


Cuba 

British West Indies. . . . 


9 .31 
6 .21 


Colombia 




3 .10 


Japan 








'j] •« 


Belgiam 














1 


Total 


1,508 1 


7,552 


1,877 


2,070 


1,479 


2,807 1 100.00 




I 



OATS, (b) 



Canada 

I'nited Kingdom. 

tiermany 

I>enmark 

Itsly 

France 

Mexico 

Netherlands 



XoUl. 



Dollars. 

2,687 

1,211 

15 

10 



Dollars. 

79,009 

1,264 

25 



.3 



Dollars. Dollars. 
11, 100 1 11, 067 

1,897 I 991 



80,901 



13,039 I 12,071 



Dollars. 
3,033 
312 
8 



6 I 



DoUars. 
21,499 
1,135 
9 

5 
2 
1 
1 



3,368 I 



1 



Per ct. 
94.87 
5.01 
.04 
.M 
.02 
.01 



I 
I 

|} 

i-,-T 



22,661 1 lUO.OO 



a For quantities, see page 89. 



b For quautitieH, sou }>age 90. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



42 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the agricultural importe of the United States {vegetable matter), etc, — Confd. 

OATMEAL, (a) 



Coantries from which 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual avei age, 


imported. 


1894 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


18M-1896. 


United Kingdom 

Oanndft -,--^,-- 


Dollars. 

24,402 

76 


DoUars. 

21,829 

164 


Dollars. 

19.541 

72 


Dollars. 
14,662 
17.591 
464 


Dollars. 
14, 370 
1,187 


DoUars. ^PercL 
18,961 82.72 
3,818 16.96 


Sweden and ^orwav 


93 41 


l^ranoe »..,-... »rT--rr- 






15 
46 
15 


139 


31 .13 


Belglam 








9 .04 


Germany 


5 




25 


I 


9 .04 








Total 


24,483 


21,993 


19,689 


32,742 


15,697 


22,921 1 100.00 







RYK. (a) 



Canada* 


Dollars. 
37 


Dollars. 

6,682 

366 

101 

85 

38 


Dollars. 
22 
268 


DoUars. 
7 
163 


Dollars. 
12,262 
1,061 


Dollars. 

3,602 

.'{72 

20 

17 


PereL 
89 62 


Germany 


9.26 


United Kingdom 




.50 


Hiifuiiji 1&iiroi>eaii 










1'2 












8 ^ 


Mexico 




1 








100.00 














Total 


37 


6,272 


291 


170 


13, 323 


4,019 





WHEAT, (a) 



Canada 

Germany 

Mexico 

Turkey, European .. 

Chile 

British Australasia . 

Italy 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Russia, European . . . 
United Kingdom.... 

France 

Argentina 

Netherlands 

Denmark 

Belgium 



Total. 



Dollars. 

767, 546 

1,503 

114 



769, 177 



Dollars. 

864,574 

2,944 

430 

518 

423 

44 

13 

13 



868,965 



Dollars. ' 
1,383.319 
1,660 
443 
156 I 



DoUars. 
1, 175, 587 



199 
31 
209 
115 
14 
5 
10 



Dollars, 
1,946,586 
328 I 1,451 

238 119 



1, 386, 161 I 1, 176, 337 



172 



1.948.289 



DoUars. 

1,227,513 

1,577 

269 

135 

85 

68 

56 

47 

23 

5 

4 

3 

1 



PereL 
99.81 
.13 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 



1,229,786 ' 100.00 



WHEAT FLOUK. ib) 





DoUarn. 
871 
940 

17 


DoUars. 

4.711 

3,279 

89 

28 


Dollars. 

3,877 

2,798 

42 

25 


DoUars. 
4,158 
5,097 
62 


DoUars. 

2.826 

3,187 

5,168 

450 

405 

179 


Dollars. 

3,289 

3.000 

1,076 

101 

100 

73 

53 

33 

18 

12 

10 

5 

5 

3 

3 

2 

2 

1 

1 


Perct. 
41.91 


Canada 


39.00 


Mexico 


13.71 


Italy 


1.29 


Austria- Hungary 




97 
159 
266 


1.27 


United Kingdom 




15 


14 


.93 


lielffiuni 




68 


Turkey, European 

Hongkong 


51 
22 


101) 




5 
3 


.42 


7 


60 


.23 


(inriniinv . 


50 
5 


15 


J span .............. 


3 


40 
25 






13 


Chile 






.06 


Turkey. Asiatic 

British East Indies . . 


24 






1 


06 




15 




.04 








15 




.04 


British AfVica 


10 
8 








.03 


Sweden and Norway... 
Colombia 










.03 








6 


.01 


China 






5 




.01 














Total 


1,946 


8,295 


0,848 


9,914 


12, 230 


7,847 


100.00 







a For quantities, see imgo 90. 



b For quantities, see x>age 91. 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OP AGBICULTUBAL IMPORTS. 



43 



Fataes of tke €igrionltural imports of the Uniied States {vegetable matter), etc, — Cont'd. 

BREADSTUFFS, AND PREPARATIONS OF, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED, USED AS 

FOOD. 



Conntiiee from which 
imported. 



Italy 

British Eaat Indies.... 

i'^ranoe 

Caoada 

United Kingdom 

China 

Germany 

Mexico 

.\u84ria-Hun0ay 

British West Xndfea 

Hongkoog 

Datch East Indies 

Tarkey, Asiatic 

Cuba.. 

Japan 

Bermuda 

Belriam 

Netberhinda 

Hawaiian Islands 

Russia, European 

TarlceY, European 

Brasil 

Sweden and Norway . . . 

Denmark 

Switserland 

Honduras 

Spain 

Argentina 

jETPt 

Oreeoe 

Salvador 

Newfoundland and Lab- 
rador 

British Honduras ... 



1894. 



Dollars. 

311,224 

170,305 

176,805 

259,912 

76,496 

23,529 

9,149 

1,567 

2,615 

3,497 

1,399 



854 

610 

2.099 

15 

1,053 

14 

766 



26 



Total 1.042. 



1895. 



Years ended June 30— 
1897. 



Dollars. 

336,125 

252,390 

147,830 

110, 126 

83,344 

28,488 

15.475 

9,593 

2.843 

3.089 

3.413 



1,548 
880 
139 

2,062 



117 



3 

141 

110 

107 

16 



908,002 



1896. 



Dollars. 

468,216 

202.810 

137,727 

51,289 

103,060 

24,601 

16,960 

11,607 

4,008 

3.179 

2,071 

6,582 

1,178 

1,279 

260 

358 

164 



140 
51 



48 



10 



1,035,700 



Dollars. 

613, 498 

202.220 

146,979 

20,289 

102,022 

21.240 

16,280 

0,045 

4,461 

2,502 

3,181 



961 
812 

40 
144 
625 
307 
508 

64 



60 



1,146,710 



1898. 



Dollars. 

558.093 

166,566 

114.750 

103, 525 

107,623 

22,864 

15.036 

15,554 

3,936 

660 

1,900 



1.142 
225 
405 

86 
158 
981 

20 
174 

45 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



DoUars. 


PereU 


457,431 


42.86 


108,876 


18.63 


144. 820 


13.57 


100,028 


10.22 


04,509 


8.86 


24,128 


2.27 


14.580 


L37 


9,653 


.90 


8,573 


.84 


2,004 


.24 


2,393 


.22 


1,317 


.12 


1,121 


.11 


789 


.07 



643 

510 

352 

324 

242 

136 

52 

4U 

32 

29 

22 

16 

13 

12 

10 

10 

9 

4 
1 



.06 
.05 



.01 



.02 



1,113,818 I 1,067,277 ' lOti.OO 



CHOCOLATE, OTHER THAN CONFECTIONERY AND SWEETENED CHOCOLATE, (a) 



Germany. ........ttt 


Dollars. 

77,093 

89,787 

14,774 

20.479 

10,185 

3,165 

301 

330 

037 

60 


Dollars. 

80,013 

4«.085 

10,005 

12,814 

10,122 

2,038 

463 

400 

435 

265 


Dollars. 

124, 667 

33.6J8 

14,542 

0,273 

10,244 

3,719 

504 

502 

6 

761 

561 


Dollars. 

142, 975 

51,120 

17,065 

9.203 

16,722 

1,519 

545 

383 

42 


Dollars. 

91, 725 

32,299 

15, 114 

5,146 

4,173 

679 

417 

180 


Dollar*. 

105, 393 

46,988 

14, 318 

11,383 

10,289 

2,224 

464 

377 

284 

223 

112 

70 

46 

38 

19 

14 

4 


Peret. 
54 82 


France.. 


24.44 


Netherlands 


7 45 


United Kiniedom 

SwitBerland. 


5.92 
5.35 


Yenesoela 


1.16 


Mexico 


24 


Cuba 


. 19 


Belginm 


.15 


Canada 


27 


11 


Dutch Weat Indies 




.06 


Ecuador 


381 
210 








.04 


British West Indies 


10 
54 




2 
110 

32 
23 


8 
27 
36 
35 


02 


Italy 




.02 


Spain 


31 




.01 


ri«nmark ..... 






01 


H«iy , , -. 






........... 


\ 


Puerto Rico 












Austria-Hungary 

British Guiana 




21 







01 




16 






Datch Guiana ....... 


2 




















Total 


106,425 


174,805 


198.417 


239, 819 


149,866 


192,266 


100.00 







a For quantities, see page 91. 



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44 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the agricultural imports of tke United States {vegetable fuatter), etc.— Cont'd, 
COCOA. OB CACAO. CRUOB, AND LBAVSS AND SHELLS OF. (a) 



Coantries from which 
imported. 



Britieh West Indies. . 

Duteb Guiana 

Ecaador 

Braadl 

United Kinxdoin 

VeneEuela 

Netherlands 

Haiti 

Colombia 

Germany... 
British Eaal 



>t Indies 

Santo Domingo 

Dutch East Indies .... 

Portugal 

Mexico 

France 

British Guiana 

China 

Belgium 

Cuba 

Peru 

Guatemala 

Dutch West Indies . . . 

Salvador 

British Possessions, 

n.e.s 

Honduras 

Danish West Indies... 

Costa Rioa 

Canada 

Turkey, European — 

Liberia 

Tonga. Samoa, etc 

Nicaragua 



Tears ended June 80— 



1894. 

Dollarg. 

976,663 

610.588 

273,966 

122,885 

86,188 

91,188 

87,918 

24,632 

48,056 

10,656 

40, 012 

8,115 

5,910 



998 
443 



4,018 
4.743 



1,216 
1,032 



1,013 



780 



250 
191 



Total. 



71 



2,402.382 



1805. 

DoUars. 

1, 262, 191 

609.836 

352,060 

374. 186 

232, 218 

86, 736 

69,488 

27,4:i3 

82,748 

41,393 

13.023 

5,917 



22,415 
5.074 



8,753 
"5,'08i' 



1896. 

DoUart. 

763,290 

587,225 

183.448 

291,269 

237,208 

125. 478 

101,072 

27,783 

14,778 

8,817 

11,660 

30,503 



1897. 



224 

87 

1.869 I 

876 
1,822 



DoUara. 

1,077,278 I 

573, 547 I 

289.682 

332,620 

851.738 

111.016 

130, 146 

63.793 

9,912 

26,978 

8, 157 

11,436 

86 

265 

4.226 

3,663 



358 
1.211 



481 
10 



^, 195, 811 



52 

2,498 

1,439 

544 



151 



2, 387, 078 



1,075 



1898. 

DoUar». 

1.370.274 

818,092 

270,:i28 

173,576 

804,417 

141,2(19 

113,396 

98,781 

25,425 

37,743 

4.036 

14,035 

47,839 

39,074 

2,705 

17,438 

13.446 



901 I 
204 
1. 138 



54 



90 



23 



2,997,866 3,402,033 



Annual sverace, 


1894-1886. 


DoUars. 


Perct, 


1,089,939 


87.66 


639.858 


22.10 


273.897 


9.46 


258,907 


8.94 


242,362 


8.37 


111.138 


3.84 


100,404 


3.47 


48.474 


1.67 


86,183 


1.25 


24, 117 


.84 


15,556 1 


.54 


14,001 


.48 


10,767 


.37 


7,913 


.27 


6,076 


.21 


5,697 


.20 


2,864 


.10 


1,919 


.07 


1.164 


.04 


1,028 


.04 


934 


.03 


674 


.02 


336 


.01 


274 


.01 


242 


.01 


156 




126' 




52 




38 
18 


.01 


14 




5 




1 





2,895.034 , 100.00 



COCOA, OR CACAO, PREPARED OR MANUFACTURED (6) 



Netherlands 

United Kingdom 

Germany 

Franco 


Dollarg. 

349, 339 

77,053 

22,901 

1,651 


DoUars. 

371. 369 

77,837 

27, 187 

4,744 

1,133 

148 

105 


Dollarg. 

312. 115 

54,770 

42, 132 

20 


DoUars. 

331,258 

66,715 

42,906 

373 

1,107 

474 


DoUars. 
237, 917 
22,833 
24,066 


DoUars. 

320,399 

59,842 

32,018 

1,358 

1,154 

824 

391 

168 

161 

56 

13 

3 

3 

2 


PercL 

76.96 

14.37 

7.69 

32 


S w it-zerland 


3,528 


28 


Belgium 


3,400 
43 


100 
1,085 


.20 


Venezuela 


721 

839 

32 


09 


Aden 




04 


Canada 


38 
281 






734 


04 


A ustria-Hungary 

Denmark 








9 


27 


20 
17 


8 




Dutx*b West Indies 






British East Indies . . . 


13 
10 

1 








^ .02 


Colombia 












Italy 


























Total 


454, 730 


482,532 


410,249 


443,604 


290,844 


416.392 


100.00 



COFFEE, (b) 



Dollarg. 

Brazil.. 00,377,765 

Venezuela 12,689,479 

Mexico 16,964,034 

Costa Rica 2,006,732 

Dutch East Indies , 3, 174. 026 

Colombia I 443,765 

Guatemala 2.011,188 

Salvador , 2,835,314 

British Possessions, ' 



Dollars. 
60. 316. 677 
8. 872, 179 
6,971,439 
2, 876, 930 
1,716,855 
1,098,250 
2, 402, 754 
3, 136, 647 



DoUars. 
54, 019. 900 
8, 128, 254 
4,040,443 
3, 167, 025 
H, 045, 075 
8,029,947 
1. 910, 528 
1.126,895 



735.567 / «»'226 



l{ 



Dollars. 
52, 792, 937 
8, 300, 672 
4, 591, 900 
2, 800, f 52 
2, 075, 157 
2, 834, 631 
1,744,411 
1.072,480 



859.602 



DoUars. 
41,119,902 
6, 171, 043 
3, 599, 392 
1, 958, 257 
2, 770. 627 
3,082,202 
1, 493. 231 
722, 611 



890,775 



DoUars. 
53,725.436 
6,832,325 
5,033,443 
2,559.919 
2,556,348 
2, 217, 759 
1,930.422 
1, 778, 789 



} 846,409 



Feret. 
64.29 
8.18 
8.02 
3.06 
8.06 
2.66 
2.31 
2.13 



1.01 



a For quantities, see page 91. 



!> For quantities, see pagQ 92. ^ 

Digitized by CjOOQIC 



80UBCE8 OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



45 



Values of the agricultural imports of the United States {vegetable matter), etc, — Cont'd. 

COFFEE- Continued. 



Coontries from which ' 
imported. 



1894. 



Gennany 

Tnitod Kingdom 

HaiU 

Netherlands 

British West Indlen. . . . 

France 

Kritiah East Indies.. 

Nicaragua 

China 

Beoador 

Belgiom 

Hondoraa 

Anatria-Hnnisai^' — 

Hawaiian Islands 

Portugal 

Santo I>omingo 



Puerto Rico 

Dutch West Indies . 

Italy 

Peru 

Liberia 

Africa, n.e. 8 

Hongkong 

Britbh Australasia . 

Asia, n.6.s 

Canada 

British Africa 

British Honduras... 

Dutch Guiann 

PhiUppine Islands . . 

French Oceania 

Cuba 

Tonga, Samoa, etc . . . 

Denmark 

Turkey, Aslal ic 

French Africa 

Japan 

French West Indies. 



Chile 

Bermuda 

Siritserland 

Danish West Indies. 

Total 



Dollars. 

1,521,261 I 

1.587.062 

8,485 

986,080 

1.344,082 

1,869.862 

253,607 

395,919 

156.579 

182,314 

71,181 

66,090 

210,238 

22,333 

24 

71,357 

81. 2% 



38.780 
21,083 
11,558 
43,501 



3,896 
2,993 
14,411 
761 
3,204 



5,154 
2,043 



17 



.90.314,676 



Years ended June 30 — 
1895. 1896. 1807. 



Dollars. 

996,624 

975, 247 

1,806,304 

1,136,097 

974.000 

687,354 

532, 942 

487,022 

126,828 

148, 528 

50,718 

114,060 

26.002 

36,168 

10 

55,090 

11,724 

74,501 



20,155 
9,752 
2,041 
126 
7,182 

11,850 
2,594 
1,076 
2,764 
3,675 



1,8U 
1,037 



96,180,717 



Dollars. 

378,017 

895,343 

882,988 

660,478 

643, 261 

146,706 

735,250 

286, 749 

159,971 

209,671 

99.485 

36,637 

43,834 

25,063 

94,571 

40,785 

24,101 

743 

4,367 

0.882 

10,077 



4,724 
13,773 
2,262 
8,202 
2,785 



345 
10, Oil 
1,454 
1.360 



5,237 

1,040 

753 



400 
00 

7 



84, 703, 124 



Dollars. 

716,003 

482,803 

046,700 

507,620 

411, 035 

70,108 

442, 713 

337,018 

133,556 

22,265 

45,761 

82,874 

13,268 

68, 441 

106, 747 

7.454 

22,489 

5,258 

14,728 

2,567 

7,023 



7,844 
1,467 
2,925 
4,908 
227 
4,255 



1.786 
97 



96 



81, 544, 384 



1898. 

Dollars. 

538,717 

191,222 

276, 584 

361,095 

258,008 

62,173 

836,818 

106,836 

02,634 

12, 715 

62,593 

38,248 

34,128 

110,319 

25,505 

5,403 

24, 217 

69, 071 

14,676 

6.830 

6,670 



13,841 
3,021 
4,317 
9,773 



4,110 
3,422 



12 

506 

5,486 



536 
"72' 



65,067,631 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



Dollars. 

830,322 

826,335 

784, 214 

730, 272 

726, 077 

567,239 

560,266 

340,889 

133, 914 

115,099 

67,738 

65,768 

65, 512 

52.465 

45. 371 

36,U18 

32, 751 

27,915 

14, 510 

12.003 

9,196 

9.126 

5,307 

5,089 

5,050 

4,694 

3,700 

2,378 

2,149 

2,002 

1.733 

1,348 

1,117 

1.047 

210 

151 

107 

81 

5( 

29 

6 

3 

1 



r*«r et. 
1.00 
.99 
.94 
.87 
.87 
.68 
.67 
.41 
.16 
.14 
.08 
.08 
.08 
.06 
.06 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



83. 570, 106 j 100. 00 





CHICORY ROOT 


, RAW, UNGROUND 


.(a) 

Dollars. 

2,732 

800 

1,359 


Dollars. 

144. 950 

5,860 

3.546 

234 

160 

129 

92 




Belgium 


Dollars. 

145,477 

19,414 

3,246 


Dollars. 
157,608 


Dollars. 

202,093 

2,000 

3,574 

1,172 


Dollars. 
215, 937 
7,079 
9,478 


Per et. 
93 &4 


Gemany 


3.78 


Netherlands 


74 


2.29 


France . . ....... 


.15 


United Kingdom 


755 






46 
163 


.10 




480 




08 






too 




.06 















Total 


168.802 


158, 142 


210,228 


232,494 


5,100 


154, 971 


100.00 







CHICORY ROOT. ROAS 


^TED, GR( 

DoUars. 
1,435 
6,925 
6,301 

68 


)UND. OR 

Dollars. 

849 

7,727 

7,239 


OTHERWISE PREPARED, (a) 


Germany 


Dollars. 

56,784 

10,571 

7,031 

130 


Dollars. 
1. 821 
7,198 
4,842 


Dollars. 


Dollars. Perct. 
12, 178 51. 13 


BelgiunT. 




6, 484 27. 2:1 


Infted Kingdom 

Prance 




5,082 1 21. :u 




37 
14 
14 
5 
2 


.15 


A^nstria-Hunsarv 




38 




.06 


MeScT^ :..... 








.06 


Switzerland 




24 

10 




' 


.02 


Netherlands 






• 




.01 















100.00 


ToUl 


74,516 


14,816 


15,849 


13,809 




23,816 







a For (|iiautitivH, see page 93. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



46 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the agricultural imports of ike United States {vegetable matter), etc, — Confd. 
(X)FFEK SUBSTITUTES, OTHER THAN CHICORY ROOT, (a) 



Countries ttom which 
imported. 


1894. 

Dollars. 

H 144 

1.369 


Year 
1895. 


8 ended Jii 
1896. 

Dollars. 

84,260 

4,372 

1.536 

243 

101 

20 


ne30— 
1897. 

Dollars. 

79,373 

4,903 

3,393 


1898. 


Annual averaffe, 
1894-1898. 


Germany 


DollarM. 

103,508 

3,263 


Dollars. 

24,131 

3,886 

1,526 


Dollars. 

60.083 

3,560 

1.291 

54 


Peret. 

93. ao 


Austria-Hunffary 

Netherlands 


4.81 
1.75 


Mexico 




27 
82 


117 


U nited Kingdom 

Denmark 


37 


10 




46 ! .06 




4 A 


Canada 








19 


4 .01 


France 


4 


6 






2 










r 


Total 


&5.561 


100, 8H6 


90. 532 


87,679 


29,562 


74.043 1 100.00 









COTTON, (a) 



I 



Egypt 

United Kingdom 

Peru 

French Oceania 

Britifth Australasia 

China 

French Africa 

British East Indies 

Canada 

Germany 

British Africa 

Dutch East Indies 

Turkey, Asiatic . 

Belgium 

Japan 

Chile 

lUly 

Ecuador 

Mexico 

Haiti 

BriUsh West Indies.... 

Hongkong 

Russia, European 

France 



Dollars. 

1,930,987 

814. 555 

166,046 

79,120 

2,080 

3.428 



3,497 



10 



1,194 
2,069 



Total. 



73 



Dollars. 

2, 798, 272 

1, 736. 546 

128,059 

21,615 

1,067 

7,761 

13,723 

1,726 

461 

17 



90 



1 



Dollars. 

5, 129, 256 

1,189,070 

209,319 

81,402 

4,570 

4,807 



Dollars. 

4, 277, 618 

1.471.095 

96,582 

17,350 



7,371 



548 



2,373 



4,201 



425 



3,256 
2,627 
2,182 



2,192 



192 
1,762 



1,695 , 
231 



216 I 

1 I 



435 
206 
904 
102 
438 



94 



Dollars. 

3, 555. 708 

1, 286, 438 

123,525 

3,5441 

27, 112 

5,619 



1,922 
3,682 
1,963 
6,083 
2,925 



246 
'746 



3,003,888 4,714,375 ; 6,578,212 I 5.884,262 



I 



5,019,503 



DoUars. 

3.538,368 

1.299,541 

144,886 

30,605 

6.964 

5,797 

2,745 

2,190 

1.354 

;,2tf8 

1,217 
1,043 
840 
603 
572 
487 

446 ; 

426 
260 ■ 

181 ' 
108 I 
88 I 
20 
19 



Peret. 
70.21 
25.78 
2.87 
.61 
.14 
.12 
.06 
.04 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



.01 



5,040,048 100.00 



FLAX, (a) 



United Kingdom 

Cauada 

Russia, European 

Netherlands 

Belgium 

France 

(lermany 

British Australasia . . 

Italy 

Sweden and Norway . 

Colombia 

Japan 

Mexico 



Total. 



DoUars. 
684,430 
212,569 
109, 474 
80.699 
52. 917 
02.420 
14, 336 



1,836,845 



Dollars. 

1,093,880 
316. 353 
148,111 
202. 789 
135,661 
148.812 
11,166 



1,035 
1,484' 



2, 059, 201 



Dollars. 

696,933 

216,564 

378. 222 

251.001 

l.'i2. 731 

00.930 



14.299 

3.596 



63 



1, 804, 428 



Dollars. 
709. 135 
410. 227 
205,300 
26:^097 
180,907 
108,081 
16.407 I 
1,017 



Dollars. 
619, 497 
102,888 
236,779 
94,911 
99.215 
36,229 
4,960 



3,136 



1, 897, 076 



118 



1, 193, 507 



Dollars. 

760, 775 

'251.720 

233.691 

178, 517 

124.286 

95,214 

9,376 

3,063 

926 

627 

297 

24 

11 



1,658,427 



Peret. 

46.87 

15.18 

14.09 

10.76 

7.49 

6 74 

.57 

.18 

.06 

.04 



HEMP. (6) 



Italy 

United Kingdom . . 
Russia, EuroiNMUi. 

Mexico 

Germany 

Belf^inro 

Austria-Hungary . 



Dollars. I Dollars. Dollars. 



145, 915 
30. 851 
38,651 
1,:<00 
10,772 
12,364 



482,499 
191.995 
70.688 
64,243 ; 
36. 016 I 
25.453 : 
2,340 I 



a For quantities, see page 94. 



532, 185 

207,050 

114. 154 

144,708 

55,911 

11,380 

025 



Dollars. 

407, 109 

111,591 

52. 330 

10, 191 

27,105 

1.603 

2.670 




DiMars. 
407,462 
116,324 
60,710 
45.288 
26,153 
10,160 
6.441 



Per et. 

, 60.06 

I 17.00 

8.93 

6.68 

3.85 

1.50 

. -95 



b For quantities, see I>a^ ^- 

Digitized by VjOOQK 



SOURCES OF AGBICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



47 



ValHea of the agricultural imports of ike United States (vegetable tnatter), etc, — Cont'd. 

HEMP>-Contiiiiied. 



Coantriw from which 




Years ended Jane 30— 




Annual average. 


imported. 


1884. 


1895. 


1896. 

DoUan. 
3,163 


1897. 

DoUart. 
12, 120 
8,400 


1898. 


1894-1898. 


Britiiih AimtralAiiia. - . 


DoUara. 


DoUars. 


DoUarg. 


Dollart. Per et 
3,057 0.46 
1 719 1 ^ 


British East Indies 


195 

7,254 

2,163 

9 




NetWbindH 






1,451 

433 

162 

60 


.21 


France -- 


2 
63 








.06 


Canada 




738 




.02 


Japan . 




250 


01 


CuW 




163 
155 




33 !] 


Torkey, European 






31 


Britiiih PosBesaioDs, 
n.e. A.. 




6 


1 


if 












Total 


239,918 


882,761 


1,060,503 


639,857 


560,334 


678,475 100.00 





ISTLE, OR TAMPICO FIBER, (a) 








Kezico 


DoOar*. 

256.923 

106 


DoUarg. 

457,380 

1,002 


DoUars. 

717.512 

28 


Dollars. 
335.749 


DoUars. 
130, 055 


DoUars. Per et. 
379, 524 no. 02 


United Kingdom 

lUlv 


239 
48 
13 


.06 




239 


.01 


(iennany . . - . - ■■ .-- 








63 


1 


Chhia.., 






43 

2 




9 A, 


Canada 






29 




6 \ '^^ 


Cuba . . 




22 




4 














Total 


257,080 


458,404 


717.685 


335,841 


130,294 


379,843 


100 00 









JUTE AND JUTE BUTTS, (a) 








British East Indies.... 
Fron4^h EaAt TndiAM 


DoUars. 

1,656,458 

57 578 


DoUars. 

2,351,942 

390,009 


DoUars. 

1,763,007 

154,499 

78,158 

4,642 


DoUars. 
1,492,035 
134.112 


DoUars. 
2,428,409 
100,091 


DoUars. 

1,938,550 

167,276 

*15.631 

8,014 

1, 279 

125 


Peret 

90.97 
7.85 
.73 


(iennany ........... 


10.900 


13, 714 


10, 817 
4,141 


.38 


Homrhonc^ . . . . t 


2.252 


.06 


uvuj^m.uu^ 

France 






623 


^ 


China 


10 






40 


10 ' .01 


Mexico 


25 






5 












r 


Total 


1, 716, 298 


2,752.966 


2,001,206 


1, 610, 484 


2,543,498 


2, 130, 890 100. on 













MANILA HEMP 


(a) 








Philippine Islands 

United Kingdom 

British East Indies.... 
Hongkong 


DoUars. 

3,324,223 

675.369 

7,175 


DoUars. 

3,572.236 

455,448 

21.862 

8,836 

2.135 


DoUan. 

2,499,494 

1,040,951 

64,091 


DoUars. 

2,701,651 

659,820 

24, 819 

22,032 


DoUars. 

3,069,673 

135,690 

277 

31,459 


DoUars. 

3, 033, 455 

593,455 

23,645 

12,465 

1,725 

423 

20 

10 

6 


Per et. 

82.76 

16.19 

.65 

.34 


British Australasia 


6.488 




.05 


Mexico 






2,113 
90 




Italy 










\ .01 


Beldam " 






49 






cbiST!:::::: 








30 

















Total 


4,013,255 


4, 060. 517 


3,604,585 


3,408,322 


3.230,341 


3,665,204 


100.00 







SISAL GRASS, (b) 



Mexico 


DoUars. 

3.601,178 

2,360 


DoUars. 

2,734,000 

6,227 


DoUars. 

3, 330, 180 

11,831 

43,420 

442 

0,758 

5,400 


DoUars. 
3,800,416 
24,362 


DoUars. 

5, 104, 228 
42, 485 
14, 036 


DoUars. 
3, 735, 782 


Per et. 
98.82 


British West Indies.... 
United Kinmlom 


17,453 

11,401 

10, 247 

2,723 

1,080 

1,059 

016 

115 

6 


.46 
.30 




48,535 


2.260 




.27 


(rermany ......,- 




3,857 


.07 


Canada ..1 








.03 


British Australasia 








5.204 


.03 


Santo Domiiiflro 






2,154 
575 


027 


} .02 


Belgium 








Colombia 






28 
















ToUl 


3. 742. 073 


2, 743, 306 


3, 412, 760 


3, 834, 732 


5. 160, 000 


3, 780, 572 


100.00 



a For quantities, see page 95. 



> For quantities, see page 06. 

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48 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the agricultural imports of the United States (vegetable matter)^ etc. — CoDt'd. 
FIBERS, VEGETABLE, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED, (a) 



Countriea from which 
imi>ort«d. 



Philippine Islandn . . 
British Australasia . 

Mexico 

United Kingdom 

French Africa 



Years ended June 3U — 



1894. 



DoUart. 



Germany. 

British West Indies. 

Cuba 

France 

British East Indies . 
Dutch East Indies . . 

Spanish Africa 

Canada 

Belgium 

Madagascar 

Brazil. 

lUlv 

British Africa 

Netherlands 

China 

Colombia 

Japan 

Chile 

Aden 

Honi;kong 

British Honduras — 

Spain 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Dutch West Indies.. 



652, 477 

118,935 

35, 392 

24.663 

7,250 

1.898 

308 

4.926 

4.350 

59 



1895. 



Dollars. 

11,851 

49,456 

119,441 

49. 998 

35, 324 

20,414 

1,909 

9,987 

5,697 

5,990 



1.087 
518 

1,018 
179 

1,169 

2,457 



1,317 



Total. 



858. 003 



3,747 
3,073 

690 
3,830 

837 



1896. 




12, 612 

2,729 

1,088 

2,240 

676 

716 



1897. 

Dollars. 

384,155 

35,896 

74,269 

23, 852 

21,865 

8.700 

4.502 

1.754 

2,334 

530 

14.632 



1898. 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



1,288 
2,118 



59 
1,752 



1,878 
2&3 



7 
195 



70 



108 



219 

6 

85 



Dollars. 
309,265 

344 , 
163,663 I 
69,002 I 
30,815 ! 
20,312 
1,836 

738 : 
2,557 i 
G,5&3 



1,754 

1.891 

198 



30 
429 
132 



136 



324,746 I 260,627 I 579,206 



37 



609,222 



DoUars. 

154,822 

148, 744 

102, 877 

41. 472 

32.855 

14,023 

5,279 

4,708 

4,192 

3,6a3 

2,938 

2. 522 

2,121 

1,858 

966 

949 

916 

491 

376 

326 

86 

68 

45 

44 

28 

17 

14 

14 

7 



Per et. 

29.41 

28.26 

19.55 

7.88 

6.24 

2.66 

1.00 

.90 

.80 

.68 

.56 

.48 

.40 

.:» 

.18 
.18 
.17 
.09 
.07 
.06 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



526,361 100. 00 



FLOWERS, NATURAL, DRESSED OR UNDRESSED. 



France 

Germany 

Canada 

Italy 

Belgium 

Kgypt 

(ireece 

United Kingdom 

Bermuda 

Hongkong 

Denmark 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Mexico 

Spain 

British Africa 

British West Indies.... 
Sweden and Norway . . . 

(^hina 

Costa Rica 

Japan 

Dutch East Indies 



Dollars, (b) 
10,595 
12. 939 
4,818 
5,155 
414 
24 



941 

111 



402 



Dollars. 
^841 
4,092 



Dollars. 
5,469 
4, 253 



1,744 I 
190 
111 



664 



Dollars. 
5,403 
4,925 



622 
124 
16 
10 
3 
2 



Dollars. 

5,660 

2,943 

a, 024 

52 



r 



Total. 



41,445 , 



10,014 I 



10, 386 



10, 334 



11,914 



Dollars, (e) 

5.093 

4,053 

756 

615 

50 

29 

17 

16 

14 

9 

7 

2 

1 



Peret. 

47.77 
38.01 
7.00 
5.77 
.47 
.27 
.16 
.15 
.13 
.08 
.07 
.02 



10, 662 



100.00 



PRUNE JUICE OR PRUNE WINE, (a) 



United Kingdom 

Germany 

Belgium* 

Hawaiian Islands . . 

Franco 

Austria-Hungary .. 
Dutch West Indies. 



Total. 




I 



27,406 



Dollars. 

14,700 

12, 707 

1,353 

66 


Dollars. 

14, 754 
13, 703 , 


Dollars. 
12, 170 
12,052 


DoUars. 
16,014 
7,271 


DoUars. 

15,021 

10,708 

604 

94 

22 

'1 


Per et. 
56.77 
40.47 
2.28 


1 






.35 


109 1 






.08 








.04 








.01 










28, 826 


28,566 1 


24, 222 


23,285 


26,461 


100.00 



a For quantities, see page 96. 

b Including flowers and grasses, natural, frew of duly, classed with nursery stock in 1895-1898. 

cAnnual average, 1895-1898. ^ t 

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SOUftCES OP AGRICUI/rUBAL iMPORtS. 



4d 



Values of the agricultural imports of the United States {vegetable matter)yetc. — CoutM. 
FRUIT JUICES NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED. INCLUDING CHERRY JUICE. (a) 



Countries from which 
imported. 



18C4. 



Years ended June 30 — 
I 1895. 1896. I 1807. 



Germany 

France 

UnitM] Kingdom 

Belgium 

Austria-Hangary 

Canada./...-. 

Switzerland 

French Weat iDdiea. 
Russia, Europcsan — 

Denmark 

Britiflh We^t Indiea. 

Netherlands 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Turkey, European . . 



ToUl. 



British West Indies. 

Cuba 

Colombia 

Honduras 

Costa Rica 

Kicaraena 

Guatemala 

British Honduras — 

Hawaiian Islands 

Santo Domingo 

Canada 

Mexico 

Venezuela 

French Oceania 

Puerto Rico. 



Philippine Islands . 

Haitr. 

Dutch West Indies. 



Dollart. 
14,193 
2,175 
840 
84 
53 
39 



I Dollars. 
17,597 
8,627 
246 



.1. 



19 I 



Dollars. I 
22,140 
21,180 
3.640 



2 

163 
76 



Dollars. 

30.091 

25,609 

407 

534 



126 



10 ' 
6 



1898. 

Dollarg. 
22.128 
2.900 
534 



236 
37 



26.470 I 



47, 285 



BANANAS. 



Dollars. 

1.801.581 

1,277,406 

559.512 

429,424 

213,241 

578. 544 

109,697 

56,039 

90,171 

4 

5,928 

352 



Total I 5.122.503 



Dollarg. ' 
1,381,341 
826, 015 
657, 187 t 
483,883 
362,762 I 
617,961 
125,083 
110.942 I 
91,033 I 
16,470 I 
1,261 
223 I 



Doll am. 
I,2*24.7H:{ 
929,Ki;5 
6a), Gt4 
479,588 
574,782 , 
309,938 
88,268 : 
96,884 
75,822 
31, 794 
379 I 
18 . 



56,767 I 



Dollarg. I 
1,568.483 

147,133 I 

716,535 ' 

502,604 I 

537,331 I 

354,262 I 

75,222 I 

91, 120 . 
63, 804 . 
29,125 
564 



Annual arerai^e, 


1894-1898. 


Dollarg. 


Per et. 


21,230 


61.06 


12. 100 


34.80 


1,135 


3.26 


137 


.39 


58 


.17 


41 


.12 


33 


.09 


15 


.04 


8 


.02 


6 


.02 


4 


.01 


2 


.01 



.01 



34,771 I 100.00 



47 



12 



Dollar g. 
],8.>3,816 

" Ml,' 968* 

510. 508 

670, 797 

350,406 

56,660 

82,294 

48,081 

101,000 

131 

335 



:L 



11 



4, 674. 861 I 4. 502, 746 { 4, 086, 320 



4,230,418 



Dollarg. 

1,566,001 

636,204 

019, 163 

481,219 

471,782 

460,222 

90,988 

87,576 

73, 782 

35. 679 

1, 653 

186 

79 

18 

10 

4 

2 

2 



Ver (t. 

34.61 

14.06 

13.68 

10.64 

10.43 

10.17 

2.01 

1.93 

1.63 

.79 

.04 



4,524,570 100.00 





' DoUart. 

754, 235 

14.336 

628 

2,072 

498 

1, 756 

J 


CUI 

Dollarg. 

243,007 

14,330 


IRANTS (a) 


Dollarg. 

805,958 

164 

21,519 

4,129 

4,379 




Greece 


Dollars. 

546, ,'>22 

4,546 


Dollars. 

574,892 

16,376 


Dollarg. 
584,923 
9,950 
4,429 


United Kingdom 

Spain 


Canada 

Italy -. 

France 


533 
11 


4 


4,126 


2, 173 

978 




690 


489 


Austria- Hungary . . . . . 






1,590 


318 


British Weat Indies. . . 


J 1,277 








255 


Nftberlands. . ......-- 


778 








156 


Turkey, Asiatic 


"1 






248 


50 














Total 


J 774,802 


258,659 


551,072 


506,084 


837, 987 


603, 721 



, D<Marg. 
United Kisgdom I 222, 469 



Turkey, Asiatic. 

Asia,n.e. s 

British East Indies . 

China 

France 

Turkey, European . . . 

Aden 

Hongkong 



107,766 

42,409 

3,272 

10,154 

198 

1,203 



107 



Dollars. 




DATES, (a) 



'yoUars. 


Dollars. 


144. 694 


160. 873 


92,959 


90, 150 


28,345 


23,974 


1,735 


6, 071 


5,202 


1,649 


329 


1,061 



102 1 



133 , 



179 



Dollarg. 
312, 750 ; 

172 
23,259 i 
23,385 , 
8,344 
2, 132 I 



1,103 ' 
321 I 



Dollarg. 

196,009 

83,809 

32, 019 

6,893 

6,376 

807 

241 

221 

168 



15910^1^0. 17- 



a For quantities, see page 97. 



Peret. 
96.89 
1.65 
.73 
.36 
.16 
.08 
.05 
.04 
.03 
.01 



Peret 

59.09 

25.65 

9.80 

2.11 

1.95 

.25 

.07 

.07 

.05 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



50 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the agriouUuralimporta of Ike United States {regetahle matter), etc, — Cont'd. 

DATES— Con tinned . 



CouBtries from which 


Years ended June 30— 




imported. 


1894. 
DoUarM. 


1895. 

Dollars. 

104 

15 

71 

80 


1890. 

DoUars. 
41 
16 


1897. 
DMars. 


1898. 

Dollan. 
222 
187 
00 


1894-1898. 


Beleium 


DoUars. Pfret. 
73 02 


Mexico 




17 
58 


47 .02 


lUly 




45 .01 


Bgypt.. 






16 ' 


French Africa 






18 



n 

10 


6 1 


Canadfi. 




3 

1 




4 ' 


J apan 


5 

2 

1 


2 


2 } W 


Q^rmsny 










Caba.... 
















1 








Total 


387,580 


310,592 


273,450 


284,056 


371,992 


326,736 


100.00 







FIGS, (a) 



Turkey, Asiatic... 
United Kingdom.. 

Itoly 

Turkey, European 

Greece 

Germany 

Spain 

France 

Canada 

Mexico 

French Africa 

Portugal 

Africa, n.e.s 

Gibraltar 

Cuba 

Hongkong 



Total. 



DoUars. 
234, 174 I 
142.714 I 
9,373 
3,377 I 
385 I. 
541 I 
1,402 

63 



DoUars. 
378,679 
196, 673 

7,72*< 
2, 143 



1,920 
11 

7 
183 
74 



392,040 I 587,420 



Dollars. 

563,851 

61,871 

8,941 

8,492 

544 



707 
"82 



24 



DoUars. 

449,844 

75.451 

7,288 

13 

1,602 

578 



216 
268 
74 

"ih' 



DoUars. 

406,213 

86,684 

12,988 



2,337 



134 
216 
123 
40 
100 
07 
34 



639, 512 I 535, 380 I 509, 002 



DoUars. 

406.552 

112,678 

9,263 

1,805 

974 

608 

309 

230 

116 

68 

82 

23 

7 

5 

1 



iPer eL 
76.32 

I 21.15 
1.74 

' .34 
.18 
.12 
.06 
.04 
.02 
.01 
.01 



.01 



532,671 I 100.0 



LEMONS. 



Italy 

Canada.. . .. 


DoUars. 

4,075,219 

130,087 

09, 800 

2,278 

7,000 


DoUars. 

3,774,237 

90, 074 

49, 552 

1.064 

401 


DoUars. 

4, 792, 215 
101.228 
130, 033 
14,662 


DoUars. 
3,8:ji,i:i7 

153,415 
32, 4inJ 
25.222 


DoUars. 

2,773,764 

57,067 

15,192 

978 


DoUars. 

3.849,312 

106.494 

59,400 

8,961 

1 600 ' 


PereL 
95.50 
2.64 


Spain 


1.48 


United Kingdom 

British Australasia 


.22 
.04 


< Jflrmany 


1,931 
188 


1,298 
22 
02 
197 


721 
8 

361 
4 


790 1 .02 


Cuba 


8 

47 


479 
110 
200 


141 
116 
90 
42 
8 
7 
6 
5 
3 
3 
2 




Mexico 




British West Indiei) 


50 




Hawaiian islands 


208 




Honduras 


» 


12 


13 
34 


7 




Dutch Guiana 




\ .01 


Haiti 




................... 


30 




"VHcAmttuA 






25 






Colombia 


10 
15 












Gibraltar 













Greece . ............. ... 






8 








1 




Total 


4, 285, 278 


3. 917, 326 


5, 040, 344 


4. 043, 822 


2,848.130 


4,026,980 100.00 









Italy 

British West Indies. 

United Kingdom 

Mexico 

Spain 

Cuba 

Japan 

Canada 

Honduras 



ORANGES 



DoUars. \ 

943.694 I 

51.788 ' 

38.607 , 

67,367 I 

3, 391 

9,875 i 

0,872 , 

376 I 

1,751 , 



Dollars. I 
1, 458. 229 I 
173. 396 I 
227,460 
79.755 
12.467 
31,923 I 
3,414 ' 
1.145 I 
1.478 , 



DoUars. 

1. 149, 640 

695, 998 

526, 914 

176,011 

51. 123 

58, 612 

3,867 

19, 311 

4,337 



I>oUars. 


DoUars. 


DoUars. 


697. 193 


207,464 


891.244 


rJl, 800 


606,462 


431,800 


519. 517 


19,606 


266,439 


258. 340 


134,666 


143,408 


79,651 


094 


29.465 


8,780 


1,901 


22.236 


11,788 


9.448 


7,078 


4,182 


1,268 


5,287 


5.398 


2.320 


3,067 



PercL 

49.35 

23.91 

14.75 

7.94 

1.63 

1.23 

.39 

.29 

.17 



a For quantities, Hee page 97. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



51 



VaUm of the agricultural imporig of the United States (regetable Matter), «/o.— Cont'd. 

OK A NGES— Continued. 



Conntries from which 
import«c1. 



Puerto Rico 

China 

Colombia 

Brititth Honduras . . . 
liritiah AuMtntlnsia . 

Nicaragua 

Ej:.vpt 

Hawaiian IsUinds — 

Santo Domingo 

Hongkong 

Danish West Indies. 

Portn^ 

Haiti 

Tarkoy. AKiatic 

Dntch'Weat Indies. . 

France 

Gibraltjir 

Dntob Gniaua 

Frenc'li West Indies. 

Frencli Oceania 

Veneznela 

Tonf^ Samoa, etc 

Beljcinm 

Gaatemala 

Germany 



TearH ended June 80— 



1894. 



Dollars. 
10 
884 
54» 



1,452 



250 



DoUart. 
5,472 I 
1,237 
950 I 
102 
50 
21 



1896. 



DoUart. 

2,442 

1,155 

1,939 

568 



.1 



506 
337 



1897. 



TioUart. . 
5,711 
780 I 
399 I 
905 



1898. 



Dollar: 

1,095 

1,022 

315 

53 



38 



43 1 



232 ' 

40 I 



32 I 
87 . 



"I 



42 I 
145 

145 ■ 
15: 

6 I 



39 



77 I 



12 1 



44 



16 

3 
10 



Total 1,127,W»5 j I,«I7.200 2,094,131 2,3'J4,907 



Annual average, 


1><94-18«8. 


1 
DoUart. Per et. 


2, 946 0. 16 


1,016 .06 


829 1 .05 


326 .02 


300 1 .02 


127 1 .01 


67 




60 




58 




48 ; 





HH6, 722 1 , 806, OOC j 100. 00 



France 

(iennany 

AuAtria- Hungary . 

Italy *..^. 

United Kingflom. . 

<.'anada 

lieljduni 

lltnjgkrkng 

Netherlands 

China 

Uezico 

Tnrkey,A8iatir... 

r-nba 

Japan 



Total. 



PLUMS AND PRUNES, (a) 



DoUar$. 
352.926 I 
19,549 I 
37,016 1 
2,500 
3,191 I 
301 , 
780 
64 ' 



IhUart. , 
467.402 
27.55.'J I 
30,495 I 
655 
340 I 
813 
297 
62 > 



Dollart. 

53,75:1 

14, 037 

114 

211 

569 

98 

60 

19 



:i: 



Dollan. I 
52,474 I 
18. :{51 
1,693 I 
o 

9I,. 
608 



Dollarg. ' 
13,927 I 
13,727 
10, 065 

' 1,359 

53' 



■i! 

1 I 



:l: 



416,342 I 527,625 i 



68,862 I 



RAISINS, (o) 



73,303 



181 

320 

28 



Dollars. 7 


Vr ft. 


188,097 1 


83. TA 


IK, 643 ' 


8.28 


15.877 : 


7.05 


945 


.42 


839 


.37 


375 1 


.17 


227 


.10 


72 


.03 


72 


.03 


u 





.01 



225,158 100.00 



Spain 

Tarkev, Asiatic 

Vnited Kingdom . . . 

Greece 

Turkey, Knropeaii . 

France 

German V 

Italy... 

iWmmark 

Canada 

Chile 

CnUa 

China 

Anafria-llongary .. 

Hongkong 

Colombia 

Mexico 

Kasaia, Enropean .. 



Dollars. I 

410,093 

75.316 I 

61,230 

4,021 

2,221 

15 

2 

5:] 



1,114 



Dollars. 

426. 570 

178. 956 

34,950 

3,365 

3,230 



2,106 
1,056 , 
1,155 

4 ' 



12 1 



DoUarf. , 
165. 682 
276. 662 I 
15, 377 
44 i 
107 I. 
2,238 1 



i6i: 

6 . 



Dollars. I 

261,957 I 

•J86,832 

17,418 

753 I 



Dollars. 
155,997 I 
219. 170 
3,045 , 

2,889 



12 



26 , 



11 



Dollars. 

284, 060 

207, :J87 

26. 404 

2,214 

1,111 

595 

421 

244 

231 

229 

15 

5 

3 

2 

?! 
li 



^'er et. 

5L32 

39.66 

5.05 

.42 

.21 

.11 

.08 

.05 

.05 

.04 



.01 



Total. 



554,081 &'>1.420 460,200 1 



567,039 j 



381,889 I 



522, 926 I 100. 00 



a For quantities, »eo page 98. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



62 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Failles of the agricultural imports of the United States {vegetable matter), etc, — Cont'd. 
FRITITS, PREPARED OR PRESERVED. 



Coan tries from wliich 
imported. ' 



TearH endiMl J iine 30— 



France 

United Kingdom 

Spain 

Italy 

(]!anada 

Britinli West Indices. . . 

Germany 

China 

Cuba. 



Austria- Hungary . . . 
British East Indies . 

ilonekong 

Belgium 



Greece 

]*Vtinch Oceania . . 

Mexico 

Turkey, Asiatic. . . 
Hawafian Islands 

Switzerland 

Portufral 

Denmark 

NotherlttDds 

Puerto Rico 

Brazil 

Japan 

Dutch Guiana 

Russia, European 

Sweden and Norway 

(f/olombia ' 

Nicaragua 

Turkey, European 

Danish West Indies 

Yeuesnela 

Gibraltar 

Dutch West Indies 

Bemmda 

Tonga, Snnioa, etc 

Newfoundland and I.ab- 1 

rador 

Chile 

British Africa 

British Guiana 

French West Indies 

Argentina 

Minuelon, Langley, etc . 

Haiti :.... 

Philippine Islands 

Russia, Asiatic 

Peru 



DoUars. 

235,131 

IWJ, 824 

2,379 

61,613 

33, 771 

22,525 

22, 776 

16, 408 

8,303 

6,708 

4,712 

2,560. 

1,151 



1895. 

DoUarg. 

242, 916 

107,915 

2.168 

46, 520 

72.848 

24, 312 

36,704 

9.620 

10, 173 

6,162 

2,580 

2,327 



I 



1,714 
431 
156 

57 
400 
374 
240 
107 
648 
101 

53 I 
«i 

:j3 

80 I 

8 I 



491 

3, 195 

270 

261 

482 

9 

432 
22 
2\ 

105 
:i6 
15 
35 



46 
24 I 

39 I 



Dollars. , 
272, 643 
117,771 , 

539 
51, 904 
55.317 I 
33,302 , 
23.259 I 
12,217 
12,369 I 
6,910 
3,846 
2,522 
997 
17 
549 
537 
1.280 
86 
1,026 
278 
238 
17 ' 

58 ; 

160 I 
199 I 



100 ' 



.1 



124 
339 
52 



119 
5 



17 
32 
45 



Total. 



4 

12 



1897. 

DoUarg. | 
289,861 I 
111.565 

522 I 
43, 587 
62.873 
36, .'>()2 
19, 732 
9.546 
9,164 ; 
4,290 ' 
3,037 
3,087 
4, 459 

6 I 

1,805 

372 

673 

1,685 

87 

365 , 
303 . 
427 
212 
109 : 
73 
200 
66 i 
105 ' 




1898. 

DoUarg, | 
321,273 
86,381 
363,449 
48,251 
19,225 I 
18. 5.34 
17, 743 
14, 540 
6,902 
3,538 
4,038 
3,264 I 
2,412 ' 
6,804 ' 
531 I 
278 
1,606 I 
1.514 
58 
2.33 I 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



607 
41 

165 

146 
80 

2^3 
52 
6 
12 

138 
93 
27 
14 
89 
17 
12 



8 


10 


10 


14 


4 








10 


5 


3 


5 


11 









(i<)5. or.3 I 022,357 



DoUarg. 
272.365 
105,401 
73,811 
50,375 
48.807 
27,0*5 
24,043 
12,466 
9,382 
5,521 ' 
3,644 
2,752 
1,932 
1,365 
1,018 
96;{ 
798 
721 
429 ' 
250 , 
243 ' 
236 
196 
128 , 
101 
80 ' 
75 
72 
72 
53 
52 
52 
38 
26 
18 
16 
13 
10 ' 



Per et. 

42.25 

16.36 

11.45 

7.81 

7.57 

4.19 

3,73 

1.93 

1.45 

.86 

.56 

.43 

.30 

.21 

.16 

.15 

.12 

.11 

.07 

.04 

.Ot 

.04 

.113 

.02 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 



.02 



644.603 100.00 



FKIUTS NOT KLSKWHERE SPECIFIED (INCLUDING NUTS FREE OF DUTY, EXCEPT 

COCOANl'TS). 



Spain 

Canada 

British West Indies 

Cuba 

Brazil 

United Kingdom — 

France 

Italy 

Mexico 

Austria- Hungary .. 

(ireeco 

Hawaiian Islands . . 

Honduras 

British Honduras .. 
BritiKh East Indies. 

Germany 

China 

Hongkong 



Dollars. 
I,0'i0,110 
418,226 
220.147 
5:{3, 759 
296,124 I 
133. .n 3 ' 
121,465 I 
5C.311 ' 
41,318 I 
31.765 I 
12.007 I 
8.429 1 
4.290 I 
4.H98 
26,247 ' 
11,524 I 
4,283 I 
2, 703 



Dollars. 

515, 124 

318,713 

124, 406 

198, 740 

181.812 

H2. 033 

74, 986 

65,879 

32. i»72 

.50. 265 

19. 195 

7, 739 

9, 532 

9,347 

4. 265 

12, 339 

4, 735 

3,426 



I 



'dollars. 


DoUarg. 


710. 650 


582, 886 


274, 723 


231.678 


226, 071 


25.x 817 


159,745 


150.486 


173. 888 


197,277 1 


198. 843 


123.864 ; 


113,705 


59.484 


94. 039 


69.017 ' 


43, 543 


30. 590 


56. 723 


12, ()7(» ' 


23, 296 


23, 52G 


8,990 


13,508 1 


8, 065 


13. 095 


5, 341 


13, 103 1 


1.554 


678 


3.161 


3, 982 


I0,f'3l 


6,664 


4, 070 


4,033 , 



DoUart. 
380, 979 I 
173,931 
251,483 ' 
35, 971 
171, 143 I 
92.027 ' 
39,692 I 
46,617 
27, 150 
8,460 I 

hom , 

13,829 I 
13,830 
8.298 I 

907 

3. 122 

1,022 



DoUarg. 

643,950 

283,454 

217.385 

215, 740 

204, 049 

126. 136 

81,866 

66. 373 

35,115 

31,857 

15,999 

10,499 

9,882 

8,197 

6,549 

6,883 

,5,867 

3.171 



PereL 
32.39 
14.26 
10.94 
10.85 
10.26 
6.34 
4.12 

3.:u 

1.77 
l.CO 
.80 
.53 
.50 
.41 
.33 
.32 
.29 
.16 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS 



53 



Values of the agricultural imports of the Cnited States (vegetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 
FKUITS NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED, ETC.— Contiimed. 



Coao tries from which 


1894. 


Yeai 
1895. 

DoUart. 

1,207 

2,918 

4 

403 


•s ended June 30— 




Annnal av 
1894-18S 

DoUars. 

3,024 

2,271 

2.005 

1,506 

1,480 

1,216 

781 

710 

560 

536 

201 

156 

148 

115 

114 

91 

75 

65 

61 

56 

48 

36 

36 

30 

29 

24 

23 

17 

12 
11 
9 

5 
5 

1 


erage, 


imported. 


1896. 

DoUarf. 

2,758 

2,600 

1,674 

380 


1897. 


1898. 


8. 


Sweden »nd Norway .. . 
ColoDibia 


DoUar». 
6,069 
2,184 


DoOan. 

3,493 

796 

8,346 

503 


DoUara. 
1,591 
2,867 


Perct. 

0.15 

11 


Portugal 


.10 


British Australasia 

French Oceania 


783 


5,463 
7,401 
1,020 
31 
3,392 
166 

1,180 
462 


.08 
.07 


Belgium 


2.077 

1)81 

75 

974 


888 
2.027 


706 

381 

59 

422 


1,388 
486 
26 
318 

1,500 
147 
770 
32 


06 


Paerto Ilico 


.04 


Tonga, Samoa, etc 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Kewfo'undlaud and Lab- 
rador ... 


.04 


921 


.03 
.03 


Kieara^na 


34 


293 


68 
9 

688 


.01 


Dotch West Indies 


01 


Danish West Indies 


3 
414 
492 

258 
93 




18 
159 

7 
1 


.01 


Haiti 




.01 


British A frica 


29 
165 
204 


40 




.01 


Turkey. European 

Egjpt 


31 
20 








SftiiW T^oiningo 


67 
132 

33 
133 

181 


259 
108 




Japan ....... 


42 

18 




1 
16 


23 
211 
27 




Netherlands 




Dutch Guiana 


81 




Malta, Gozo, etc 


r " 




Africa. n e.a .......... 








180 




Goatrmala 




9 


60 


90 

144 

2 

33 




Rcoador - 






Pern 


.... .- 




117 
20 


3 
17 


> .03 


Bermuda .- ........... 


42 
75 

44 

7 


6 

10 

15 




French West Indies 




Azores, and Madeini Is- 
lands . . T 










Chile 




49 
14 






Costa Hica 


33 








Denmark 






27 




Switzerland .... 




24 

2 








RnAHiA Aiifnt.fn 









2 








......... . 






Total 


2,980,584 


1, 725, 342 


2, 128, 056 


1, SIO, 807 


1,294,855 


1,987,929 


100.00 







ALMONDS, (a) 




DoUarM. 

Spain 446,210 

Italy ; I 144,217 

France ' 125,899 

Cnited Kingdom 45, 353 

Canary Islands 5,628 

China 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Africa, n. e. a 

Greece 

Caba 

Colombia. 

Honekong 

Can£la.. 

Portugal 

lielgium. 

Turkey, Eoropean 

French Africa 

Austria- Hungary 

Japan 

Danish West Indies 

Cerroany 

Hawaiian lalanda 



a For quantities, see page 98. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



54 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the agricultural imports of the United States (vegetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 

COCOANUTS. 



Countriea from which 
imported. 



Colombia... 

British West Indie8.. 

Honduras 

BriUoh East Indies .. 

Cuba 

French Oceania 

United Kingdom 

British Hondazan . . . . 

Puerto Rico 

Nicaragua 

Tonga, Samoa, etc 

Danish West Indies. 

Venezuela 

BrazQ 

Hawaiian Islands — 

Santo Domingo 

Germany 

Canada 

CosUKica 

Italy 

French AVest Indies. 
Dutch West Indies . 
Dutch East Indies . . 

Guatemala 

Netherlands 

British Australasia . 

Peru 

Mexico 

Spain 

Bermuda 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Haiti 

Hongkong 

Japan 

Portugneae Africa . 

British Guiana 

Chile 

China 



Years ended June 30— 



1804. 



Dolktrt. 
308,805 
212, 563 
86,550 



01,450 
20,340 
160 
10,160 
14.102 
6,510 
18,228 



3,830 



2. 570 
106 



323 



115 
42 



1895. 



DoUars. 

108, 018 

113, 093 

52, 143 

42,871 

39,583 

21,943 

20.220 

7,532 

8,300 

31, 180 I 

23,056 j 



1,678 



1806. 



Dollars. 

11«,538 

102,365 

72,100 

66,455 

17,811 

7,006 

20,020 

10, 782 

7,571 

4,134 

1 

9,820 



1897. 



Dollars. 

118,083 

140, 059 

74, 722 

50,255 

0,727 

6.070 

18,060 

13, 710 

14, 321 

6,870 

16 



144 



020 I 
214 : 



7 
150 



115 
504 
25 



316 



122 



15 



Total. 



2 

1,812 

1,625 

221 



1808. 



Annual average, 
1804-1808. 



DoUars. 

200,489 

217,830 

05,782 

6,304 

163 

4,761 

3,463 

15,228 

11,664 

1,536 



1,070 i 
5,723 

22 ; 

53 



1,122 



23 

016 I 



080 



22 
349 



73 I 
192 . 



27 I 



93 , 
51 

! 

15 ! 



18 I 
20 



Dollar*. 

172,586 

159,164 

76,263 

34.977 

31,748 

13,624 

12,564 

11,484 

11,228 

10,050 

8,260 

1,066 

1,523 

1,145 

703 

455 

325 

303 

278 

224 

106 

101 

101 

72 

70 

63 

43 

42 

38 

24 

19 

17 

8 

5 

3 

2 

2 



PereL 

31.39 

28.95 

13.87 

6.96 

5.77 

2.48 

2.29 

2.09 

2.04 

1.83 

1.50 

.36 

r28 

.21 
.13 
.08 
.06 
.06 
.05 
.04 
.M 
.03 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



471,004 I 



471,387 



575,935 I 



549,766 I 100.00 



NUTS NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED, (o) 



France. 



Italy 

United Kingdom . . 
BritiHh East Indies 

Chile 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Spain 

Mexico 

Germany 

China 

Austria -Hungary 

Canada 

Turkey, European 

Hongkong 

Dutch West Indies 
Switzerland 

Belgium 

Japan 

Cuba 

Egypt 

Netherlands 

Brazil 

Grt^ece 

British West Indies 

A frica, n. e. s 

Portuguese Africa 

Aden 

Kussia, European 

Puerto Rico 

Kussia, Asiatic 
French Africa. 
Portugal 



Dollars. Dollars. 

2it8, 128 , 349, 399 

288, 2C0 < 299, 331 

20, 179 I 20, 794 




Total 631,759 



» Exclusive of nuts free of duty, except cocoanuti^^g^ j^y VjOOQ IC 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



55 



Valves of ike a'jricmltural imports of the rnited States (regetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 
GINGER, PRESERVED OR PICKLED. 



Coantricft from which 




Years ended Juno 30— 


1898. 


Anuual average, 


importotl. 


IMM. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1894.1898. 


China 


I)oUar». 

9,618 

4,547 

201 

14 

I 


DoUarM. 
12,165 

1 


DoOan. 

18.545 

4,763 

232 

5 


J)ollar$. 

4,989 

2,059 

63 

12 


DoUan. 

10,123 

3,268 

874 

22 

6 

2 


DoUart. Per et 
11,088 74.17 
3, 569 %t M 


I'Dited Sjn^dom 

Japan 

Britiah West Indies 


278 
11 
2 

1 


1.86 
.07 
01 


Canada 




2 




01 










Total 


14,387 


15,396 


23,547 


7,123 


14,295 


14, 940 


100 00 







HAT. (o) 



Mexico 

CbUe 

United Kingdom . 

Argentina 

Brftiah Africa 



DoUarM. 

761, 708 

202 



30 



Total. 



761,940 



DoUart. 

1,433,456 
120 
90 
50 



1,433,716 



DoUars. 

2,773,488 

44 



2,773,535 



Dollar*. 

1,030,374 

83 



40 



1, 030, 497 



DoUarg. 

34, 261 

398 



DoUarg. 

1,200,657 

169 

18 

11 



r*fret. 
99.96 



.02 



1,206,809 100.00 



HOPS, (a) 



Germany 

Anatria-Hnngary . 
rnited Kingdom. . 

Netherlands 

Belginm 

Ruaaia, European . 

Cuba 

France 



Hongkong . 
Total. 



DoUars. 
401,808 
68, ::66 
5,031 
7,501 
2,027 



DoUars. 

548,406 

20,990 

16, 175 

13,216 

966 



484,415 



599,744 



Dollars. I 
576,712 , 
18,623 ; 
3,294 



359 

748 
683 



600,419 



DoUars. 

582,206 

41,329 

4,441 

7 

1,644 



352 



629,987 



DoUars. 

599,715 

37,791 

9,488 

137 

791 



232 

1 



DoUars. \Peret. 
541,687 I 91.42 
37, 420 
7,686 
4,19U i 
1, 155 
150 ! 
137 I 
70 I 



.*'.} 



6.31 
1.30 
.71 
.19 
.03 
.02 
.01 



.01 



592.544 I 100.00 



INDIGO, (tt) 



British Eaat Indies...- 
United Kingdom 


DoUars. 
989,580 
142,255 
12,030 
14.335 
50.451 
8,665 


DoUars. 

1, 541, 128 

332,992 

57, 472 

38,905 

12,942 

27,359 

3,704 

441 

345 


DoUars. 

1,366.125 

217,254 

36,308 

29,327 

12,443 

8,317 

2,971 


DoUars. 

1,347,8.32 

236,369 

43,227 

26,885 

5,518 

28,765 

3,255 

3.031 

225 

1,422 


DoUars. 
1,404,229 
186,285 
102,863 
87,199 
12,918 
18, 833 
1,054 


DoUars. 

1,329,779 

223, 031 

50,380 

39, 330 

18, 855 

18,388 

2,197 

094 

549 

340 

226 

80 

47 

40 

11 

4 

4 


r«reL 

78.97 

13.25 

2.99 


Netherlands 


2.34 


Salrador 


1.12 


"Pfim^jQ ... 


1.09 


SwitzArland .......... 


.13 


Beldam 




.04 


Hexico - 


681 


318 
91 


1,176 
114 
340 
400 


.03 




.02 


fVnksHaL 


191 


.01 


Peru 










129 
201 
55 






108 




Dutch Eaat Indies..--. 


















/ .01 


(jlijim 




16 


4 






Italv 




19 
















Total 


1.218,576 


2,015,975 


1,673,170 


1.696,641 


1,815,411 


1,683,955 


lUO.OO 







a For quantities. Bee page 99. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



56 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of ihe ayricuUural imports of ike UniUd States {vegetable matter), e/c— Cont'd. 

MALT, liARLEY.(a) 



Couiitrica from >v'blch 
imiM)rt«cl. 



Fu itetl Kingdom 

Germany 

Canada 

Austria-Hungary 

Denmark 

Sweden and Ilorway. 

Japan 

Mexico 



Total. 



Yeara ended June 30— 



1894. 



Dollars. 
3,108 

2,568 



DoUars. 
2,384 
1,167 
3.909 



DoUars. 
2,972 
1,741 



58 



1897. 



DoUars. 
5.763 
3,165 



5,676 I 7,495 I 4,774 



451 



DoUars. 
2,547 
1,839 
1 



25 



9,384 



A unual a%-erago, 


1894-1898. 


DoUars. 


Peret. 


3,355 


52.85 


2.096 


33.02 


782 12.32 


90 1.41 


16 .25 


7 .11 


1 .02 


1 


.02 



0,348 100.00 



AlALT EXTRACT, FLUID OK SOLID. 



Tnited Kingdom 

Germany 

France 

Belgium 

Denmark 

Canada 

Sweden and Norway 
AuHtria-Hungary . . . 

Mexico 

Japan 



DoUars. Dolla rs. 



7,703 
16,735 
2,117 
1,261 
390 

4: 



25,798 

11,172 

13,055 

1,229 

228 



I 



Total - 



DoUars. 
15, 037 
8,831 



J>oUars. 

4,238 
7,187 



28,253 I 



51,501 



23,889 I 



DoUars. 
696 
5,985 



11.485 I 



24 
167 



DoUars. 


Peret. 


10,694 


43.81 


9.982 


40.90 


3,034 


12.43 


498 


2.04 


144 


.59 


44 


.16 


6 


.02 


4 


.02 


2 


\ M 



0,917 I 



1 ) 



24,409 100.00 



MALT LigrORS, BOTTLED, (a) 



Unite4l Kingdom 

(lermany 

Canada 

Sweden and Norway . . . 

Guatemala 

Mexico 

Franco 

liolgium 

Denmark 

Notlierlands 

Hawaiian Islands 

British W-est Indies 
AustrialluDgnry . . . 

Santo Domingo 

Japan 

Totiil 




MALT LIQrORS, UN MOTTLED, (o) 



Gormanv.a ........ 


DoUars. 

263, 192 

2.15. 26:J 

lO."), 257 

730 

241 

331 

83 

75 

30 

20 


Dollars. 

2H1. 248 

237. 849 

93. 499 

1,400 

2ir. 

487 
97 


Dollars. 

280. 568 

2ri7, 293 

113,.'>61 

6, 124 

86 

233 


DoUars. 

242. 346 

172. 262 

117,027 

1.439 

1,341 

11 


DoUars. 

207. 645 

176. 702 

121, 334 

648 


DoUars. 

255. IMW 

219.874 

110. 135 

2,069 

377 

232 

36 

15 



4 

1 


Peret. 

43.39 

37.41 

18.74 

.35 

06 


Tnited Kingdom 

Austria- Hungary 

Canada 

Netherlands 


Swoden and Norway . . . 
Santo Domingo 


09 


.04 


Hawaiian Inlands 











Japan 


13 










Cuba 








) .01 


Denmark 




5 









Mexico 


'-^ 
























Total 


025, 230 


014,808 


657, 870 


534, 426 


506, 428 


587, 752 


100.00 



a For quantitioN, hco )mge 100. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTUBAIi IMPORTS. 



57 



FaTveff of ike agricultural imparie of the United States {vegetable matler)^ etc. — Cont'd. 
NURSERY STOCK (PLANTS, TREES, SHRUBS, VINES, ETC.). (a) 



Countries from which 
imported. 



Netherlands 

Frsnoe 

Belgium 

Vnited Kingdom 

Uennany 

liermuda 

Japan 

Canada 

China 

British West Indies. . . . 

Jtaly 

Austria-Hungary 

Mexico 

Brazil 

Colombia 

British A^frica 

Hongkong 

Hawaiian Islands 

Switzerland 

Turkey, Asiatic ■ 

British Australasia — 

Deumark 

Cuba 

Yenesuela 

Greece 

CwtaRica 

Azores, and Madeira 
Islands 

British £ast Indies 

Puerto Kico 

Guatemala 

Sweden and Norway... 

Busaia, Earopean 

Honduras 

Turkey, Bnropean 

Xicara|£ua 

Argentina 

Newfoundland and Lab- 
rador 

British Guiana 

Danirtb West Indies. . . 

Dutch Guiana 

Portugal 

Brit isn Honduras 

Tonga, Samoa, etc 



Years ended June 30 — 



1894. 

DoUars.ib) 
15,277 
72,977 

1,556 
20,076 

2,506 



1895. 



11,259 



1 

236 

5 

17 



Total. 



Dollar*. 

206,171 

110,025 

94,099 

81,274 

60,465 

7,720 

14,296 

28,841 

1,370 

6,530 

2,535 

445 

1,169 

1,620 

6*J 

1,857 

687 

3U5 

1,705 

3 

270 

389 

240 

leO 

455 

380 



142 
09 
136 



1896. 



I>oUaTS. 

307,362 

178,565 

143, 031 

67,279 

77,683 

104,852 

22,904 

24,486 

5,238 

4,652 

3,477 

2,525 

3,276 

507 

1,586 

3,580 

955 

1,208 

414 

220 

278 

17 

263 

360 



30 



325 
39 



1897. 



DoUart. 

350,882 

202, 187 

124,646 

53,436 

76,680 

78, 528 

25, 972 

22, 615 

8, 692 

2,874 

4,980 

2,983 

704 

1,779 

1,588 



941 
2,166 
378 
990 
363 
151 
286 
61 



1898. 



DoUar: 

299,149 

100, 375 

116,878 

76,663 

59,368 

50,988 

24. 516 

7,402 

3,849 

2,849 

4, 845 

640 

1,241 

2, 323 

2,609 



5 

101 

4 

40 



50 ' 



124,143 i 632,523 955,307 



2,849 

1,393 

1.903 

1.410 

15 

251 

17 

178 



Annaal arerage, 
1894-1898. 



157 

JOO 
78 
7 



25 



DoUars.(e) 

290.891 

150, 038 

119,663 

69,663 

68,549 

60,522 

21,922 

20,836 

4,787 

4,228 

3,959 

1,650 

1,598 

1,557 

1,461 

1,350 

1. :»58 

1,268 
1,100 
656 
232 
202 
202 
195 
114 
104 

81 
72 
61 
44 

37 
25 
20 
10 
7 
6 



Per el. 

35.11 

18.11 

14.44 

8.41 

8.27 

7.31 

2.65 

2.52 

.58 

.51 

.48 

.20 

.19 

.19 

.18 

.16 

.10 

.15 

.13 

.08 

.03 

.02 

.02 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



.01 



963,977 



7G2, 158 



828,491 I 100.00 



OIL CAKE, (d) 



Mexico 

Canada 

Germany 

Tuited Kingdom. 

France 

China 



Total. 



Dollars. 

28,479 

7,610 

1,122 

377 



37,588 



Dollars, 

9,093 

36,095 

1,370 

1,150 

66 



Dollars. 

28, 824 

16,449 

215 

230 



Dollars. 
19,635 I 



Dollars. 



678 



430 



47,774 t 



i 



20, 313 



Dollars. 


l*erct. 


18,880 


58.93 


12, 031 


37. 55 


763 


2.38 


352 


LIO 


13 

1 


} --^ 



32,040 I 100.00 



a Inclading natural flowers, free of duty, except in 1894. 

b Exclusive of orchids, lilies of the vaUej', azaleas, palmg, etc., and bulbs and bulbouK roots, uot odlble-, 
lee *' Seeds other than linseed, or flaxseed," and "Mowers, natural, dressed or undressed. " 
c Annual average. 1895-1898. 
d For quantities, see page 100. 



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58 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the. agricultural imports of the United States (vegetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 

OLIVE OIL, SALAD, (a) 



Countries from which I 
imported. 



Years ended June 30— 



1804. 



Italy 

Prance 

United Kingdom. 

Belgium 

Cuba. 



Austria-Hungary 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Germany 

Spain 

Greece 

Netherlands 

Portugal 

Canada 

Switzerland 

Colombia 

French Africa 

Turkey, European 

ggypt 

Hongkong 

Gibraltar 

Mexico . . * 

China 

Japan 

Azores, and Madeira 

Islands 

Brazil 



Total. 



DoUart. 

491, Oil 

360, 030 

31.643 

15,049 

3,578 

3,536 

701 

2.204 

305 

301 

080 



190 
159 



900,81)7 



1805. 



DoUart. 

443,567 

440, 173 

42,063 

17, 877 

3,414 

1,150 

1.433 

580 

1.CI43 

7V5 

36 

532 

145 



1896. 



Dollars. 

663,841 

475. 479 

45,566 

12,049 

4,027 

1,580 

645 

808 

634 

736 



212 

364 

17 



15 



14 I 

41 ' 
33 I 
19 



162 



052,405 I 1,107,040 



1807. 



DoUara. 

544,292 

532,530 

30,146 

18,680 

3,378 

678 

1,825 

721 

1,108 

120 



61 
53 
32 
265 



10 



1,134,077 



1898. 



Annual averasis 
1804-lg98. 



DoUart. 

468.355 

412, 313 

28,285 

12,880 

3,020 

230 

1,326 

1.396 

145 

176 



08 
404 



82 



Dollar*. 


Perct, 


501,213 


40.85 


444,107 


44.17 


35,540 


3.54 


15,208 


1.51 


3,665 


.36 


1,435 


.14 


1,204 


.12 


1,142 


.11 


665 


.07 


422 


.04 


211 


.02 


160 


.02 


133 


.01 


00 


.01 


53 


.01 


41 




33 




30 




30 

1R 





!,804 1,005,446 



100.00 



OILS, VEGETABLE: FIXED OR EXPRESSED, OTHER THAN OLIVE. 



I Dollars. 
British East Indies .... 711, 785 

United Kingdom 382, 634 

Neiherlands I 1H8. 073 

France I 17,625 

Italy 140,163 

' 113,010 
50. 232 
64,633 
25, 030 
2,038 
13, 730 
12, 302 



China 

BritiHh Africa 

Germany 

Si>ain 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Hongkong 

Denmark 

French A frica 

Cuba 

Africa, n.e.s 

Belgium 

Austria-Hungary 

Japan 

Canada 

Turkey, European 

Sweden and N^orway . . . 
British West Indies... 
British Australasia — 

Greece 

Newfoundland and Lab- 
rador 

Switzerland 

Russia, European 

Brazil 

Mexico 

Colombia 

Puerto Rico 

French Oceania 

Portugal 

Argentina 

Honduras 

Venezuela 

Haiti 



Total 1,730,797 



54 



2,782 

1.100 

2,739 

288 



479 
4 



155 



212 
105 



DoUars. 

1, 02^, 055 

660,926 

218, 535 

158, 132 

123, 882 

96,343 

91, 219 

60,933 



52, 465 
14.309 
9,714 



25, 244 

428 

7.153 

4,938 

5,695 

448 

4.255 

2,344 

1,193 

746 

8 



Dollars. 

1. 044, 464 

592,848 

285, 860 

161, 153 

97,972 

84,433 

98.741 

44,507 

71. 693 

23,715 

15, 879 

21. 653 



6,310 



2.616 

4,410 
4.584 
1,4U2 
2,151 
526 



457 



744 
533 



20 
100 



12 



3 



107 



Dollars. 

748,560 

596,492 

364.662 

140, 717 

164. 552 

100,331 

52,332 

97,350 

6,007 

19, 262 

13,431 

2,476 

38, 704 

46 



1.581 
4,021 

45 
1.678 

12 



313 
365 



2,570,035 2,557,026 I 2.353,084 



a For quantities, seo page 101. 



Dollars. 

733.936 

633,564 

283.983 

238. 881 

116, 218 

95.713 

80,536 

74,848 

93, 919 

15,462 

16, 817 



12 

27,247 

13, 513 

3,597 

1.016 

2,789 

4 



1,107 
690 
306 



Dollars. 

852,160 

575, 093 

268,223 

141, 302 

128,547 

08,088 

74,612 

68,454 

30,510 

22,588 

14,833 

0.247 

7.741 

6,333 

5.535 

5,529 

3,614 

2,816 

1.321 

1,284 

670 

461 

403 

227 

180 

107 

42 

39 

25 

22 

8 

8 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 



Peret, 

36.50 

24.60 

11.52 

6.07 

5.53 

4.21 

3.20 

2.04 

1.60 

.07 

.64 

.40 

.33 

.27 

.24 

.24 

.15 

.12 

.06 

.05 

.03 

.02 

.02 

.01 

.01 



.01 



2,320,030 



100.00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTUBAL IMPORTS. 



59 



Values of the agricultural imports of the Vnited States {vegetable matter)^ etc. — Cont'd. 
OILS. VEGETABLE: VOLATILE, OR ESSENTIAL, (a) 



Countries from which | _ 
imported. i 



Years ended June 30— 



1894. 



1895. I 1896. 



I Dollars. I 

Italy 1 300.329 I 

United Kingdom ' 125, 155 , 

France 209,848 

Germany ' 186,400 | 

Tarkey. Eurojiean 159, 385 ' 

British East Isdiea { 53, 879 i 

Hongkong ' 39, 401 , 

Japan 9,356 | 

Betgiom 

Turkey, Aiiiatic 



325 



Netherlands 

A aatria-Hungary 

Philippine lauuidB 

China 

Mexico 

British West Indies . . . 

Spain 

Dutch East Indies ... 

Canada 

Paragnay 

British Australasia 

DanUh West Indies. . . 

Ruuia, Earopeaxi 

Switzerland 

Sweden and Norway . . 

Denmark 

Aden 

Gibraltar 

Puerto Rico 

Argentina 

Portugal 

French West Indies. . . 

Uruguay 

French Africa 

KgJ'Pt 

Bnuil 

Cuba 



2,884 

3,904 

3,041 

890 

853 

1,613 

114 



Total 1,102,108 



1,509 

72 

1,026 

451 

1,342 



DoUars. I 
281, 938 I 
233,945 j 
277, 649 
229,065 I 
167.644 
114,856 ; 
55, 898 
10,234 
1,867 
6,207 
2,681 
2,962 



5.278 

2,625 

773 

631 



796 

2,683 

65 

520 



155 
521 



103 



DoUars. 

284,909 

312. 700 

295,081 

286.096 

179, 247 

92,036 

47, 710 I 

21, 495 

10,542 

3,233 

2,134 

2.104 

6,237 

3.157 

1,961 

1,306 

1,460 

20 

412 



400 
229 
105 
166 
I 



1897. 



DoUars. 
387,119 
394, 180 
358,863 
242. 737 
206,019 

83.169 
166,262 

26,239 
5, 137 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



4.971 

1, 672 

1,820 

183 



2,606 I 
1,625 I 



456 



387 
440 



740 



500 
1 



709 
242 



816 
'438 



343 



1,396,956 > 1,554,289 1,885,523 

I I 



DoUars. 

192,546 

352, 541 

233,358 

257, 556 

112,810 

187, 569 

60,577 

37, 715 

12,606 

19.927 

9,702 

9,328 I 

3,285 

4,416 

5,377 

646 

1,718 

5,194 

147 



414 
439 
364 
585 
594 
605 



124 
148 
020 

158 



1,511,078 



DoUars. 

289,368 

283,704 

274.960 

240,372 

165.021 

106,302 

73,769 

21,008 

6,083 

6.873 

4,474 

3,994 

2,877 

2,785 

2,163 

1,407 

1,110 

1,043 

064 

551 

460 

416 

362 

292 

183 

181 

103 

148 

143 

134 

126 

121 

100 

20 

9 

4 

1 



1, 490, 391 



Peret. 

19.42 

19.04 

18.46 

16.18 

11.07 

7.13 

4.95 

1.41 

.41 

.39 

.30 

.27 

.19 

.19 

.15 

.09 

.07 

.07 

.04 

.04 

.03 

.03 

.02 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 



100.00 



OPIUM, CRUDE OR UNMANUFACTURED. (6) 



Turkey, Aaiatic 

Turkey, European 

United Kingdom 

( rennanv ....... 


DoUars. 

467. :W3 

614,984 

571, 242 

18,660 

15,218 


Dollars. Dollars. 

282. 835 303, 536 

369, 753 247, 848 

78,081, 125,579 


Dollars. 

1, 188, 929 
595,717 
393,579 


DoUars. 

42, 813 

104, 950 

117,502 

320 

22 


Dollars. 

457.083 

386,651 

257,197 

3,776 

3,698 

1,838 

920 

89 

1 


Per et. 

41.13 

34.79 

23.15 

.34 


FrSS>' .:::::. 


....... . ........... 

3,250 --. 


.33 


Netherlands 


2,689 


6,502 


.17 


Canada 


4,600 






.08 


Miqaelon, Langley, etc . 
Uexioo 


445 






} .«x 


7 


1 










1 








Total 


1,691,914 


730,669 1 683,347 


2,184,727 


265,607 


1.111,253 


100.00 



OPIUM, PREPARED. (6) 



China 


DoUars. 

309,823 

352 

200 


DoUars. 

915, 307 

3,167 

300 


Dollars. 

729,196 

3,525 

2,379 


DoUars. 
1,122,886 
8,597 


DoUars. 
650,644 
1,697 


Dollars. 

745,571 

2,467 

576 


Perct. 
99.38 


HoDEkoniF .......... 


.33 


Mex™"f.::::;: 


1 .I\R 


Colombhi 


2,406 
1.017 
1,655 
1,300 




481 -OA 


Canada 




1,232 






450 
331 
260 
79 

7 


.06 


United Kingdom 








.04 


Turker Aiiiatic 










04 


Tarkey, European 

Oermanv ...r,^, 


396 








} •«» 




34 


















Total 


310,771 


920,006 


735, 134 


1,132, 861 


652, 341 


750,222 


100.00 







a For quantities, see page 101. 



b For quantities, see i>age 102. 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



60 



SOURCES OF AGBICULTURAli IMPORTS. 



Valuea of the agricultural imparU of the United States (vegetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 

RICE, (a) 



Countries from which 
imported. 



Germany 

China 

Japan 

Hawaiian lalands 

United Kingdom 

Netherlands 

Hongkong 

Italy 

British East Indies ... 

Mexico 

Dutch East Indies 

Canada 

Denmark 

British West Indies. . . 

Cuba 

Guatemala 

British Honduras 

Salvador 

France 

Spain 

Portugal 

Belgium 

Sweden and Norway ... 

Austria-Hungary 

Puerto Rico I 

British Guiana ' 

Asia, u.e. s 



1694. 



DoUart. 

2M,468 

442, 421 

283,090 

357. 025 

92,298 

42,486 

24,030 

19, 617 

19,351 



Years ended June 30— 
1895. 1896. 1897. 



459 I 
3,864 



48 



DoUarg. 

675, 289 

503.755 

506,200 

228,380 

117, 630 

206,828 

38, 721 

26,451 

37,763 

8,239 

2,099 

2,538 



79 



12 



I- 



Toua 1,540,992 2,353,974 



DoUatM. 

214,609 

353,962 

861,326 

163, 571 

89,975 

13, 013 

30, 610 

26,393 

14,703 

658 

3,098 

1,722 



674 
'i57 



71 



1, 274, 574 



DoUart. 
727,724 
416, 659 
612,932 
231, 512 
300,303 
175, 209 
45,827 
33,910 



3.891 
6,260 
1,370 



46 
293 



10 



2,555,900 



1898. 



DoUara. i 
1,006,301 
557, 163 ' 
399,652 
188,539 I 
332, 672 I 
195.594 I 
58.095 
34,662 
11.030 
5.835 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



260 

1,831 

1,392 

19 



DaUara. 

575,676 

454.792 

432,760 

233,925 

186, 576 

126,626 

39,577 

28,207 

16,560 

3,730 

2,383 

1,951 

366 

278 

158 

59 

31 

18 

15 

12 

4 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 



Perct. 

27.36 

21.62 

20.57 

11.12 

8.87 

6.02 

1.88 

1.34 

.79 

.18 

.11 

.09 

.02 

.01 

.01 



2, 793, 111 2, 103, 722 100. 00 



RICE FLOUR, RICE MEAL, AND BROKEN RICE, (b) 



I DoUara. 

Germany 646,009 

United tingdom I 121,804 

Japan | 50,666 

China 8,545 

British East Indies . 

Hongkong 

Canada 

Netherlands 

Belgium 

France 



2,247 
4,558 



Total. 



14 
833,843 



DoUars. 

1,006,724 

43,505 

16, 249 

6,985 

11,376 

3,003 

2.028 

1,637 



31 



1,001,538 



DoUart. 

853,169 

24,079 

16, 352 

13,743 

1,315 

1,541 

11 

738 

30 

27 



DoUart. 

821,887 

119,669 

16,364 

2,528 



656 
2 



Dollars. 

870,594 

70,924 

7,237 

3,463 



1,297 
22 



185 , 



DoUart. 


Peret. 


839,677 


88.36 


75,996 


8.00 


21,374 


2.25 


7.053 


.74 


2,538 


.27 


1,749 


.18 


1,324 


.14 


475 


.05 


52 
24 


} •" 



911,005 



961,200 I 



953.722 



950, 262 100. 00 



SAUERKRAUT. 



Germany 

NetberlandH 

Canada 

France 

Belgium 

Hongkong 

Total 




LINSEED, OR FLAXSEED, {b) 



United Kingdom.... 
British East Indies . 

Argentina 

Netherlands 

Canada 

France. 



British West Indies. 
China 



Dollar*. 
423, 201 
278,442 



223 



.1. 



.1- 



Dollars. 
2, 457. 947 
1, 090, 789 
589,887 
184, 491 
45,339 
134,053 
51,977 I 



a For quantities, see page 102. 



Dollars. 
330, 820 
163,046 
215, 235 



82, 559 



15, 813 



Dollar*. DoUart. 

94,44o 100,812 
37,613 



14,335 11, 



779 



DoUart. 



b For quantities, see page 103. 



Peret. 



681.445 


53.84 


313, 978 


24.80 


161,025 


12.72 


36,916 


2.92 


80,753 


2.43 


26.966 


2.13 


10,395 


.82 


3,163 


.25 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OF AQKICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



61 



ralue$ of the agricultvral imporU of the United States {vegetable matter), ete.— Cont'd. 
LINSEED, OR FLAXSEED— Continued. 



ConntrieA from which 




Years ended June 30— 




Annual average, 


imported. 


1884. 
DoUara. 


1886. 
DoUara. 


1886. 

DoUurs. 
5,467 


1887. 


1888. 


1884-1888. 


Uritffuav 


DoUara, 


DoUara. 


DoUars. Per et. 
1,083 ) 


CiormflnV ... .... 




3 




1 « «« 


Bonskomf ... ... - - 






2 


* S 0.08 


Mexfco!:^:;::::::::::: 




1 




1 












Total 


701,886 


4,554.484 


812, 840 


108,871 


150, 615 


1, 266, 735 1 100. 00 




1 



SEEDS, OTHER THAN LINSEED, OR FLAXSEED. 



United Kingdom 

(lermany 

France 

Metherlanda 

Canada 

Italy 

Turkey, Enropean 

Denmark 

fierm nda 

Torke^, Asiatic 

Anstria<Hnngary 

Argentina 

Belgium 

British East Indies ... 

Russia, European 

Brazil 

Spain 

Africa, n.e.s 

British Australasia . . . 

Uexico 

Japan 

British Posaessions, 
n. e. 8. : 
Malta, GoBO, etc . . . 

Other..... 

China 

Sweden and Norway . . 

Cuba 

Hongkong 

Colombia 

ChUe 

Madagascar 

Canary Islands 

Portugal 

BrUtsti West Indies '. *. '. 

Peru 

Hawaiian Islands 

Puerto Rico 

Haiti 

Tonga, Samoa, etc 

Uruguay 

Dutch West Indies. . . . 



DoUara.(a) 

388,808 

310. 440 

266,346 

406,480 

27,801 

31.436 

6,803 

11,088 

80.741 

2,558 

13,625 



:} 



87,786 
8.018 
1.671 

22.764 

5.410 

780 

6,600 

11.820 

13,061 



2,587 

11, 615 

3,228 

683 

2,333 

836 

46 

1,186 



287 

2,066 

176 

468 



British Africa 

Costa Rica 

Veneznela 

SwitiM^rland , 

British Honduras 

Greece 

(tuatemala 

Dutch East Indices 

Philippine Islands 

Nicaragua 

Danish West Indies ... 

Uberia 

Azores, and Madeira 

Islands ■ 

Saato Domingo 



ToUl 1,68.1,737 



26 



10 

218 

1,262 

852 

108 



500 
63 
46 
45 

18 
15 



DoUara. 

616,820 

303,803 

318,636 

203,356 

268,862 

64,164 

33,773 

12,864 

52.816 

5,506 

23,368 

8,068 

12,518 

6,423 

6,488 

6,801 

20,625 

8,112 

4,200 

603 

2,027 



DoUara. 

538,321 

363,076 

546,333 

112.868 

120,488 

50,808 

31,741 

14,243 

71 

13,788 

7,466 

23,030 

6,583 

14,471 

3,670 

1.667 

1.161 

3,355 

1,683 

432 

2,774 



653 { 



3,470 



3,188 
2 



461 
27 



1,618 
166 



436 
664 
635 
332 



367 

3,008 

874 

228 

1,513 

3,332 

36 

142 

74 



1,881.086 , 1,870,214 



DoUara. 

436,587 

271,488 

215,888 

118.638 

62,337 

45.188 

50,261 

13.337 

661 

28.261 

6. 508 

6.650 

4.328 

10. 816 

7,776 

18,048 



1,443 
2,776 
1,864 
1,373 



1,048 



1,518 
1,288 
1,603 
1,756 
1,328 



527 



387 
13 



DoUara, 

228,061 

358.611 

183, 431 

116,828 

64,426 

33,268 

21.443 

18.738 

63 

4,411 

10,080 

2,818 

13.857 

1,348 

12,830 

773 

1,836 



2,263 
5,064 
1,755 



1,737 



1,010 
1,268 
1.188 
1,635 
733 



282 
802 



62 



5 , 
282 ' 



DoUara. (b) 

455,222 

324, 247 

316. 072 

137,847 

124,066 

48,378 

34,304 

14.820 

13,425 

13.244 

11,850 

10,417 

8.088 

8,265 

7,683 

6,822 

5,805 

3,228 

2,730 

1,801 

1,882 



1,727 

1,521 

1,382 

1,002 

1,020 

801 

833 

414 

279 

219 

200 

185 

159 

84 

71 

27 

17 

16 

13 

12 

5 

4 

4 

3 

2 



Peret. 

29.14 

20.76 

20.24 

8.83 

7.84 

3.10 

2.19 

.85 

.88 

.«> 

.76 

.67 

.58 

.63 

.49 

.44 

.38 

.21 

.17 

.13 

.13 



.10 
.08 
.07 
.06 
.06 
.05 
.03 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



.02 



1,315,055 ; 1,081.251 ' 1.561,004 100.00 



a Inclnding orchids, lilies of the valley, azaleas, palms, etc., and bulbs and bullion roots, uut odible, 
cbssed with nursery stock lu 1886-1888. 
6 Annual STerage, 1885-1886. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



62 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the agricultural imports of the United States {reyetahle matter)^ etc. — Cont'd. 

NUTMEGS. (a> 



Conn tries from which 
imported. 



British East Indies . . . 

Netherlands 

Dutch East Indies 

United Kingdom 

British West Indies... 

China 

Hongkong 

Canada 

Germany 

Beijeiiim 

PhUippine iBlaudH 

FrtiBce 

Cuba 



1894. 



Dollars. 

198,091 

113,628 

01.020 

19, 031 

:t66 

3,807 



Yejirs ended Juno 30— 
1805. 1896. 1H97. 



34 



Dollars. 

2.59,511 

182, 352 

54,653 

10, 192 

226 

5, 484 



20 
1,354 



Total., 



DoUarB. 

169, 589 
193,242 I 
45, 876 I 
20,251 
310 
3,576 



492 



DoUars. 
210, 136 
182,533 
21,284 , 
20.089 
9.760 
1,323 
1,880 i 
1,713 I 
1,995 > 



I 



;m5,977 I sia.soi 



PEPPER, BLACK OK WHITE, (a) 



215, 073 
53,194 
30, 009 
17,783 
10,376 
2,510 
2,281 I 



Annual average. 


1894-1898. 


Dollars. 


Perct. 


210, 480 


49.50 


144,990 


34. lU 


42,568 


10.01 


17,649 


4.15 


4,207 


.99 


3,342 


.79 


832 


.20 


441 


.10 


405 


.00 


271 


.06 



331,235 1 



I Dollars. , Dollars. ' Dolors. Dollars. 



British East Indies .... 439, 435 ! 587. 023 I 467, 078 



United Kingdom 154.307 133,176 

Netiierlands I 34, 6.50 .50. 404 

France 136 12,22K 

Dutch East Indies I 11,415 I l,2:n 

China ' 24, 102 | 5,194 

Germany I , 1,486 

A ustria-H uiigary I 

British West Indies. 

Hongkong 

Japan , 

Cauft<la 

British AfWca 

Asia, n. e. 8 

Cuba 

Mexico 



026 



736 I 
165 I 



105, 332 

41,888 ' 



19,423 

15,254 

18 



187 

7:» 

940 



304, <)06 

106,425 

i:{H, 6:{8 

38.823 I 

18,901 

6,348 ; 

5,856 

37 



1,36? 



thdla 
406. 
272. 
81. 
74, 
44, 
19, 

4, 
3. 
1, 



2 1 



Total. 



•76 I 791,:<43 1 650,861 



I 



711.453 I 



300 I 
850 
223 
869 
453 
564 
9 
322 
831 
Oil 
205 
164 



iK)9.711 



DoUars. 

441,068 

172. 420 

60. .3<»l 

25,211 

19, 085 

14.092 

1.474 

872 

766 

693 

314 

251 

147 

33 

1 

1 



Prrrt. 

59.14 

2:i. 12 

9.:t0 

3.38 

2.56 

1.89 

.20 

.12 

.10 

.09 

.04 

.03 

.03 



745, 789 100. 00 



SPICES. UNGKOUND (FREE OF DUTY). NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED, (b) 



t'nited Kingdom 

British West Indies.... 

China 

Britisli East Indies 

Africa, n. e. s 

Dutch East Indies 

Netherlands 

Hongkong 

Germany 

Japan 

British Africa 

Canada 

French Africa 

Santo Domingo 

Greece 

Franco 

Mexico 

British Possessions, 

n.e. s 

Puerto Rico 

IMnlippine Islands 

Gnat4'niala 

Austria-Hungary 

Cuba 



Dollars. 
237,591 I 
294. 5.38 I 
67,001 
75, 523 I 
92,679 I 
58,218 I 
26, 0.->3 I 
55.277 I 
420 
793 I 
16,848 I 
4,664 



DoUars. 

329, 081 

270, 289 

73, 873 

05, (HK) 

100. 582 

70, 895 

43, 684 

60. 040 

2, 290 

2,491 

4.473 



1,011 ; 
16 



243 1... 

147 '.... 

2(»0 I 

8 ' 

23 , 



Dollars. ' 
234.069 ■ 
273,76.-) ' 
14 5, ,-.75 
89.757 I 
72,115 I 
43,803 I 
63.039 I 
.Vi, 047 
0, 503 
16,109 I 
181 ' 
9 



166 



107 I 
36 

i:«4 I 



Dollars. I 
25.-., 073 I 
179, .'■'OO ' 
100. 229 
137, 7W) I 
50,321 I 
107, 589 ; 
06, H80 I 
62, 0S7 
10.H77 
3, 051 
540 
80 



2,908 



276 



;i 



50 



246 
46 



Dollars. 
182.46:. 
152. 105 I 
164.657 
137,819 I 
,56,012 
62,683 I 
86.414 I 
44,465 
4,3-15 I 
202 

i 

4,067 I 

2,433" 

15 

748 : 



157 



4,3 



D liars. 

247, 776 

234,053 

128,267 

107. 172 

76, 142 

68. 538 

.59. :;95 

54. 683 

7,306 

4,541 

4.410 

952 

813 

582 

487 

242 



170 ! 
104 
85 

61 I 
58 I 
57 



VerH. 

21.87 

2:). 49 

12 87 

10. 76 

7.64 

6.88 

5.96 

5.49 

.73 

.46 

.44 

.00 

.08 

.06 

.0.5 

.02 

.02 

.02 

.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



aForqunntiticH.see pagi* 103. 



b l*'i)r quantitit'H, see pii^e 104. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



S0UBCK8 OP AGEICULTDBAL IMPORTS. 



63 



Valuet of the tigricuUural imporU of the United Slates (^vegetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 
SPICES, UNGROUITI) (FKEE OF DUTY), NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED— Continued. 



Countries from which 




Years ende<l Juno 30— 




Annual averaco, 
1894-1898. 


imported. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 
Dollars. 


1898, 
DoUan. 


Ital\ 


11 


Dollarg. 


DoUarg. 
237 


DoUars. 

50 

49 

36 

10 

7 

3 

3 

•J 

1 


Per ct. 


Haiti 


3 

108 




241 




Hawaiian JhIriiiI* 


73 
48 
13 








Honduras 










Colombia 






2i 
4 
16 




^ (' (2 


Spain . 




12 






Turk6y(A static 










British Bond uras 




10 








Liberia 


7 






















Total 


943, 155 


1,062,8(» 


999,226 


1, 076, 963 


898, U9-J 


9:Ki,241 


lOU. 00 







SPICES, GROUND (AND OTHER DUTIABLE), (o) 



ToUl. 



•I 



2,32t I 

2 

1,162 

1,633 

333 

1,128 



DoOars, 

United Kingdom 224,437 

Mexico 19,579 

Austria-Hungary \ 4, 966 

Africa, n.e. 8 

Canaita | 5 

France 

Japan 

Italy 

Spam 

Germany 

Cuba 

Belgium 

Britinh East Indies. 

China 

Switzerland 

Netherlands 

Greece 

Den mark 

HongkonK 

Turkey, Kuropesn . 

Haiti 

Hawaiian Islands ... 
British West Indies 
Turkey, Asiatic 



Dollars. 
228,850 



l,fl 



276 



10,386 
6,005 

19, 175 
1. 228 
390 
1,130 
1,629 
653 
1,258 
2, 305 



80 



257, 845 



272,223 



Dollars, 

242,893 

14,066 

12,807 

n,130 

32 

5,062 

1,328 

1.008 

2,194 

3,089 

1,081 

37 

1,472 

58 

m 

10 



Dollars. 

270,084 

30,133 

12,253 

3,473 

25 

1.962 

4,954 

1,261 

1,933 

2,718 

8&i 

465 

68 I 

388 



Dollars. 

191,105 

31,022 

9,727 

6, 292 

115 

5,747 

0,500 

0,844 

3.896 

1,280 

073 

950 



18 I 



1| 



3i. 
"3'| 



204,996 I 



336,686 I 



287 



201 



264,691 



Dollars. 

232, 674 

18,960 

10,028 

4,780 

3,870 

3,382 

2,635 

2, 293 

2,257 

1,615 

{>99 

761 

358 

289 

2-24 

77 

40 

25 

16 

9 

2 

2 

1 

1 



285,288 



Per ct, 

81.50 

6.65 

3.51 

1.68 

1.36 

1.18 

.92 

.80 

.79 

.57 

.35 

.26 

.13 

.JO 

.08 

.03 

.01 

.01 



.01 



SPIRITS, DISTILLED, OF DOMESTIC MANUFACTURE, RETURNED. (6) 



Germany 

Belgium 

Beriimda 

Hawaiian Islands — 

United Kingdom 

Danish West Indies 
Rritisb West Indies.. 

Mexico 

Canada 

Dutch West Indies . . 

Britinh Africa 

Nicaragua 

G uutemala 

Brazil 



Dollars. 

753,909 

37,109 

26,777 

34.596 

52,368 

1,500 

9U 

506 



1,500 
742 



300 
285 



Total j 910,526 



Dollars. 
631,718 
19,236 
8,643 
5,067 
2,949 
1.500 



493 



086 



670, 292 



DoUars. 

815.026 

80,240 

15,413 

11,277 

49 

4,500 

3,893 

1,328 

1,312 



Dollars. 
746, 728 
109, 395 
5,144 



2,251 



40 



1,013 I. 



Dollars. 

663,728 

53, 840 

5,090 

9.070 

1,012 



861 



Dollars. 

722, 222 

61,167 

12,213 

12. 002 

11,846 

1,500 

965 

538 

509 

300 

286 

203 

00 I 

57 1 



a For qaantitien, Hee page 104. 



940,060 I 



863,558 I 



734,901 I 



rer ct. 
87.66 
7.42 
1.48 
1.46 
1.44 
.18 
.12 
.07 
.06 
.04 
.03 
.02 
.01 
.01 



823, 868 I lUO. 00 



b For (tuantitio!', see pagu 105. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



64 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Viilues of the agricultural imports of the United States (^vegetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 

BRANDY, (a) 



Countries from which 


1894. 

Dollars. 

507,704 

22,540 

10,300 

7.840 

7,111 

2,540 

3,215 

47 

564 

101 

579 

1,521 


Tears ended Juno 30 — 




Annual av 
1894-18S 


Brage, 


iinporU'tl. 


i8a'>. 


1806. 

Dollars. 

615, 322 

27,950 

3.173 

10,715 

5,567 

5,331 

5,378 

416 

3,134 

212 

1,145 

732 

2,688 

2.401 


1897. 


1898. 

Dollars. 

348. 743 

20,856 

9.757 

3, 751 

2,771 

3,781 

1,633 

657 

581 

212 

325 

939 


W. 


Friinco 


Dollars. 

732, 570 

20, 010 

10, 953 

11.394 

7,364 

4,343 

3,083 

4,201 

1,594 

7.239 

2,729 

2, 243 

453 

1,353 

3,027 

461 

496 

27 

235 


Dollars. 

826, 330 

32,641 

9,879 

8,024 

9,950 

4,353 

5,7^7 

6,622 

2,462 

109 

1,647 

462 

2,535 


Dollars. 

606,134 

24,799 

8,812 

8,345 

6,554 

4,070 

3,809 

2,389 

1.667 

1,575 

1,285 

1.179 

1.135 

1,022 

798 

796 

760 

584 

165 

107 I 

45 

29 

25 

'I 

4 

I 
1 


Peret. 
89.65 


United Kingdom 

Belgiam 


3.67 
1.30 


Germany 


1.23 


Canada 


.97 


Cuba 

AQBtria-Hnngary 

Bomiiida 


.80 
.56 
.35 


Swetlen and Norway . . . 
Greece 


.25 
.23 


Switzerland 


.19 


Italy 


.17 


Egypt 


-17 


bauiMh West IndieH .. 


1,356 

451 

1.490 

417 

589 

4 

60 

9 




15 




140 

408 

146 

72 

45 

104 

1 


373 
928 
79 
47 
28 
185 


. 12 


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


695 
2,663 
2,185 
511 
186 
132 
144 


. 12 


ii^th'^rlancls 


. 11 


British West Indies.... 
Mexico . . 


.09 
.03 


Turkey, Asiatic 

Denmark 


02 


82 


.01 


British Guiana . . . . 






Russia, Kuropean 






13 


112 




Turkey. European 


6 




50 
22 


















20 




\ 01 


Puerto Hico 




17 








BritiHh Africa 






15 






Dutch West Iiidif s 


14 








French West Indies 


8 




















Total 


568.458 


813, 882 


690, 761 


911, 721 


395.758 


676, 116 


100.00 







SPIRITS, DISTILLED, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED. (6) 




United Kingdom 

Canada 

France 

Netherlands 

British West Indies. 

Germany 

Italy 

Belgium 

Switzerland 

China 

Danish West Indies 

Hongkong 

(/'uba..-. 

Bermuda 

Sweden and Norway . . . 

Russia, European 

A nstria- Hungary 

Si)ain . 

Mexico 

Hawaiian Islands 

Denmark 

Puerto Rico 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Frencl'i.West Indies 

Dutch West Indies . 

Gi"ee<'e 

Portugal 

Japan 

l*eni 

Venezuela 

Miquelou. Langley, et<' 

Madagascar 

Russia. Asiatic. 

Chile 

Salvador 

Argentina 

Colombia 



aFor qnantUies, seepage lOo. 



h For quantities, see pi 

Digitized 



J pag<i 106. , 
byCjOOgl 



SOURCES OF AGBICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



65 



Valites of the agriculttiral imports of the (Tnited States {vegetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 
SPIRITS, DISTILLED, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED— Continued. 



Coantries from which 
imported. 



Tears ended Jane 30— 



British Anstralaaia — 

Cost* Rica 

Newfoundland and 

Labrador 

French Oceania 

British Hondnras 

TripoU 

BraxH 

Haiti 

Gibraltar 

Dutch East Indies 

British Guiana 

French Africa 

British PoMeasions, 



Aden 

Other 

Guatemala 

Azores, and M a d e 1 r a 

Islands 

Turkey, European 



DoiUarg. 



Total. 



931.146 



1895. 



Dollars. 



1896. 
DoUan. 



1897. 

DoUarg. 
911 

79 I 



1888. 
Dollars. 



Annual average, 
1894-1808. 



67 !. 



66 



57 



16 



61 

"i¥\ 
"lo'l 



M 



1, 246, 567 



1, 446, 873 



2,074,835 



1,004,135 



Dollars. 
18 
16 

16 
13 
12 
11 
7 
5 
5 
3 
2 
2 



1, 840, 711 



Peret. 



} 0.03 



100.00 



STARCH, (a) 



G<»mianT r ,.•••«>. ..--x 


Dollars. 
29,927 
9, 312 


DoUars. 
64,305 
12,665 


DoUars. 
44.592 
14,618 


Dollars. 
25,733 
15,826 
3,632 

3,590 
2,083 


DoUars. 

29,589 

17,474 

38,560 

10, 351 

3,257 

932 

980 

1,480 

799 

42 

155 

147 

2 


DoUars. 

38,829 

13, 959 

8, 439 

3,851 

1,912 

442 

362 

322 

272 

66 

62 

60 

34 

5 

2 

2 

2 


Peret. 
56.58 


Chins... 


20.34 


British East Indies 


12.30 


Tnited Kingdom 

Honickonff ........ 


550 

1,601 

804 


3,74i 

755 

473 

40 


1,021 
1.864 


5.61 
2.79 


Xetherlands 


.64 


Belgium 


442 
5 

88 
12 


348 
44 

291 
227 

4 
2 
22 


.53 


British West Indies 


83 
66 
28 
147 
44 
29 
15 


.47 


Franco 


115 

22 



2 

15 


.40 


Canada 


.09 


Itaiv 


.09 


J 4pan ..r.. 


m 

103 

8 


.00 


cuw ... :..'. 


.05 


AnatniL.HnniFarv ...... 


.01 






12 




Colombia 








10 




Sweden luirt fToT'WSk'V 




8 
2 

1 






> .01 


Switzerland ..... 










Mexico 
















i 






Total 


42,606 


82,150 


62,756 


51, 812 


103, 780 


68,621 


100.00 







STRAW. (6) 




Dollars. Per et. 

23,768 99.69 

70 .29 

5 I .02 

100.00 



MOLASSES. (6) 



Puerto Rico 

Cuba 

British West Indies . 

Canada 

China 

Hawaiian Islands 

Dsniah West Indies. . 



DoUars. DoUars. Dollars. DoUars. 



630,370 

1, 148, 412 

152.856 

43,936 



1,548 : 



460,129 

772,317 

35,847 

19,390 

147 

3,500 

986 



520, 275 
128. 474 
58,042 
16,032 
10,874 
1,902 
546 



DoUars. 



170. 532 


364,781 


5,448 


85,941 


71, 346 


86,782 


25,003 


2,597 


8,607 


1,606 


1,529 


740 


2,266 


939 



>oUars. 


Peret. 


489, 218 


47.52 


428, 119 


4L58 


80,975 


7.87 


21, 572 


2.10 


4,147 


.40 


1,665 


.16 


1,257 


.12 



a For quantities, see page 106. 

15910— No. 17 5 



b For quantiticH. see page 107. 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



66 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Value$ of the agrioultural imports of the United States (vegetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 

MOLASSES— Continaed. 



Coantriea from -which 




Annual aTscsge, 


imported. 


1894. 1895. 


189«. 


1897. 


1898. 


1894-1896. 


QAimmiy 


DoUart. 
2,547 
4,406 


DoUart. 
2,811 


DoUart. 


DoUart, 


DoOar*. 


DoUart. 

1.072 

886 


Peret. 
0.11 


Santo DomiDffo 

Kewfoandland and Lab- 
rador 






24 

4 


09 






1,188 


238 .02 


Dutch Weat ludiea ... 1 




097 


139 ' .01 


British Guiana 






588 




118 ; -01 


Sweden and Norway... 
Haiti 


2 






435 
100 
30 


87 , 
20 . 

ti 

4 

4 

3 = 
3 
3 

1 












Turkev Asiatic. . 






5 


7 




Netherlands 


25 






British Africa 








22 




Honduras . 


18 
3 










Mexico. 


11 
5 


2 
12 




1 


> .01 


United Kingdom.. 






France* r , 






14 




Xurkev £iirooean 




3 








Colomhia 




2 
2 








Japan 


1 












1 










Total 


1,084,778 1 1.295.146 


737,265 


586,513 


544.016 


1.029.544 


100.00 











BEET SUGAR NOT ABOVE NO. 16 DUTCH STANDARD, (a) 



Germany 

Belgium 

AuBtria-H angary . 

France 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom . . 

Canada 

Russia, European . 

Hongkong 

China 

Puerto Rico 



DoUart. 

11, 063, 898 

2, 357, 754 

1,412,795 

422, 042 

338,722 

195,311 

2,515 



Total 15,793,041 



DoUart. \ DoUart. 
6,099,213 10,404,172 
458, 779 1, 771, 977 



114.514 
889 

137,870 
99, 811 
82,154 



931,263 
488,621 
159, 382 
293,378 



I 



DoUart. 

27,6.36,433 

2. 308. 793 

1,683,410 

1, 386, 433 

390,843 

267,814 

465 

14,927 

40 



6, 993, 282 ' 14, 048, 914 | 33, 689, 158 

I I 



DoUart. 
2, 656, 135 



34,854 

156 

26,771 



16 



i>oaar«. 

11,571,970 

1, 879, 461 

835,367 

459.628 

210, 718 

171,263 

17,036 

2,985 

37 

3 

2 



2,717,965 



14,648,470 



Peret. 
79.00 
9.42 
5.70 
3.14 
l.U 
1.17 
.11 



100.00 



SUGAR, OTHER THAN BEET, NOT ABOVE NO. 16 DUTCH STANDARD, (o) 



I DoUart. 

Cuha f>3.147,485 

Hawaiian Islands ,9, 379, 317 

Dutch East Indies 7, 808. 871 

British West Indies. . . . 6, K89, 657 

British Guiann {4, 216. 414 

Brazil i 5,688.714 

Santo Domingo i 2, 875, 810 



Philippine Ismuds 

Puerto Rico 

Egypt 

United Kingdom 

Dutch Guiana 

Danish West Indies .. . 

Argentina 

British Africa 

British East Indies ... . 

Canada 

Mexico 

Guatemala 

Peru 

China 

Dutch WcHt Indies 

British Possessions, 



French West Indies . . . 
British Honduras 



3, 655. 627 
2, 302, 514 



1, 282, 249 
426, 541 
473, 153 



134, 514 
124, 016 
176, 651 
67,685 
19, 962 



Dollar*. 

40, lUO. 180 

7, 396, 215 

5, 759, 436 

3, 989, 614 

2. 517, 726 

2,701,287 

1, 188, 951 

1,111,006 

994, 073 

596,277 

592, 620 

195, 589 

205,333 



49, 725 
94.957 
140, 336 
54.436 
6,618 



DoUart. 

24, 102. 835 

11, 336, 796 

11,388,487 

4, 700, 236 

3,414.359 

3,776,486 

2, 459, 302 

2, 270, 902 

1, 707, 308 

2, 657. 425 

581, 713 

289,243 

201, 728 

158, 754 

461, 054 

32, 839 

88,065 

58,342 



48,834 



12, 704 
15, 160 



83,897 



DoUart. 
11,953,987 
13,164,379 
13, 090, 323 
5. 893, 877 
3.657,025 
2,13<).989 
2, 059, 169 
1, 199. 202 I 
1,577,911 
2,616,423 ' 
737,214 , 
380. 959 
316.781 I 
917, 457 , 
417, 850 I 
174, 525 I 
66,069 
19, 111 



17,357 
48,974 ' 



56,969 
6,822 
1,761 



DoUart. 

9, 828. 607 

16, 660, 109 

11, 112, 150 

4,561,282 

3,045,666 

2, 317, 987 

2, 030, 239 

381,279 

1,912.965 

1, 230, 071 

378, 091 

685,326 

312, 44^^ 

260, 957 

131, 469 

134,838 

6,814 

44,698 

211,999 

148, 509 

5.753 

4.811 



33,762 
10,906 I 



677 



4,483 



DoUart. 

20,826,619 

11.587,363 

9,831.854 

5,204,933 

3,370.238 

3,324,293 

2,122,894 

1.723,603 

1,716,954 

1.420,039 

714, 378 

375.532 

313,888 

267,434 

238,922 

112,235 

96,587 

48,854 

47, 716 

41. 114 

32.533 

U.109 

6,75) 
4.875 
8.029 



PtrcU 

41.17 

15.80 

13.57 

7.18 

4.65 

4.59 

2.93 

2.38 

2.37 

1.96 

.99 

.52 

.43 

.37 

.33 

.15 

.13 

.07 

.07 

.06 

.04 

.01 

.01 
.01 
.01 



a For quantities, see page 108. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



67 



Talue9 of the ngricnUural imparts of the United States (vegetable matter), etc, — Cont'd. 
SUGAR, OTHSB THAN BEET, NOT ABOVE NO. 16 DUTCH STANDARD— ConUnuod. 



Coontiies f^m which i 
imported. I 



Yean ended June 30- 
1885. ' 1896. 



1897. 



1898. 



Annual average, 
1894-1896. 



Hongkong . 
Nicaragiia . 

Ecoador 

Hondoma .. 
Colombia... 

Haiti 

Denmark... 
Salvador. . 

France 

Spain 

Japan 

Vcoiezuela. . 



I Dollan. 

.• 050 , 



I)oUan. 
3,224 



DoUar*. < Dollar: 
843 3. 355 



.| 3.425 |. 



6,907 ' 
3*347 I 



TJoUart. 
7.402 I 
8, 195 ' 



2,464 



703 I 



1.533 I 



2,094 
1,542 



225 
5 ' 



1,084 . 



DoUarg. 

3,155 

1,639 

1,381 

1.178 

669 

559 

306 

307 

217 

45 

4 

2 



Peret. 



> 0.01 



Total 



. 108,842,016 67, 836. 512 '69. 817, 286 60, 448, 873 55. 319, 873 72, 452, 912 i 100. 00 

I I I 



SUGAR ABOVE NO. 16 DUTCH STANDARD, (a) 



Germany 134,324 

Netherlanda 450,946 

China 761,384 

U uit€d Kingdom ' 346, 512 

Hon;;korig , 434.784 

¥n^,.7. I 6,464 

Austria Ilongarj 10, 288 

Dutch Eaai Indiea 

Canada 14.810 

Hawaiian lalands 82,540 

Beljdum 

Cuba ' 260 

Japan 

Mexico i 1.863 

Roasia, European 

Britiah Weat. Indies. ... 1. 292 

l^iiertoRico. 1,537 

Guatemala 316 

Argentina — 

Sweden and Norway ... 12 

Britiah Gniasa 

Britiah East Indies 

Brazil. 



DoUart. DoUart. DoUart, 



233,703 
158,891 
584.380 
283, 8:15 
233,026 
52:i 
63,958 



2,124,583 
1.023,223 
902,943 
527,603 
352.685 
369.654 
27,139 



66,570 I 
7.443 :. 



4,509 



676 



15,257 
5.230 



291 



354 



IXaniah West Indies. 
Spain 



Total 2,236,832 ' 1.633,042 j 5,353,573 



DoUart. 
2, 207. 586 
1. 526, 090 
306,981 
446,976 
84,070 
34,884 
273, 617 



7,667 

705 

2,516 

28,486 

8,576 



Dollars, \ 
864,661 
931. 137 . 
170. 996 I 
126,623 ! 
99,874 

324 I 
32,977 I 
138,031 , 
25, 757 

303 I 
31,909 I 



13 I 

3,984 

5,736 

1,172 

777 

638 



DoUart. 

1, 112. 971 

818. 057 

543,337 

346, 310 

240,888 

82,370 

81.596 

27,606 

23,778 

18. 108 

6,885 

5,754 

4,769 

2,351 

1,147 

551 

465 

191 

71 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 



Peret. 

32.55 

24.66 

16.38 

10.44 

7.20 

2.48 

2.46 

.83 

.72 

.55 

.21 

.17 

.14 

.07 

.04 

.02 

.01 



.01 



4, 928, 150 I 2, AM, 921 < U, 317, 303 I 100. 00 



SUGAR (TOTAL), (a) 



Cuba 

Germany 

Hawaiian lalands . . . . 
Dutch Bast Indies . . . 
Britiah West Indies . . 

Bntiah Guiana 

Bnuil 

Saolol>omingo 

l^tiilippine lalands . . . 
Puerto Rico 

Bufjplam 

rnited Kingdom 

Netherlands 

Auntna-Hungary 

China 

France 

Dutch Goiana 

Danish West Indies. . 

Argentina 

Hongkong - 



DoUart 
63, 147, 745 
11.198.222 
9,461,857 
7.808,871 
6 890.949 
4,216.414 
5. 688, 714 
2,875,810 
3.665,627 
2. 394. 051 



2. 357, 754 
1.824.072 
789,668 
1,423.083 
800.213 
428,506 
426.541 
473,153 



I DoOars. 

40. 100. 204 

I 6.332.016 

7, 403. 658 

5. 759, 436 

3,989.614 

2.517.726 

2, 701, 287 

1,188.951 

1,111.006 

904.084 

596,277 

468,779 

976.266 

296,761 

178.472 

668.287 

1.412 

195.589 

, 205.333 



435,738 , 236,292 [ 



DoUart. I 
24. 102. 835 I 
12. 528, 755 
11.336,796 
11.388.487 I 
4,700.527 I 
3. 414. 368 
3. 776, 486 
2,459,302 , 
2, 270. 902 
1,707.318 I 
2, 657, 425 I 
1, 771, 980 
1,402,694 
1, 182. 605 I 
9.'>8,402 ' 
920, 301 ; 
859, 359 , 
289,243 
261, 728 
159,108 
353, 61U 



Dollars. 
11, 982. 473 
29. 844, 019 
13, 165, 084 
13, 090. 323 
5,893.877 
3, 657, 025 
2, 136. 989 
2, 050, 169 
1, 199, 202 
1,677.911 
2, 616, 423 
2,311.309 
1,452,004 
1,916,9H3 I 
1,957,027 I 

313. 803 
1,421,317 
380,059 I 
316,781 : 
917,457 I 
87,465 , 



a For quantities, see page 109. 



DoUart. 


Dollars. 


Peret. 


0, 828, 607 


29, 832, 873 


32.99 


3, 520. 796 


12, 684, 941 


14.03 


6, 660. 412 


11. 605, 561 


12.83 


1.250.181 


9.859,460 


10.90 


4.552.454 


5, 205, 484 


5.76 


A, U45, 666 


3, 370, 240 


3.73 


2,:il7.99U 


3. 324. 294 


3.68 


2, 030, 239 


2,122.694 


2.35 


381, 279 


1. 723. 603 


1.91 


1. 013, 742 


1.717.421 


1.00 


1,230,071 


1,420,039 


1.57 


31,909 


1, 386. 346 


1.53 


504, 714 


1.231.951 


1.36 


957. 908 


1.028.775 


1.14 


67,831 


916,963 


1.01 


176. 751 


575. 873 


.64 


480 


542,215 


.60 


585,326 


375, 532 


.41 


312.446 


813, 889 


.35 


260,957 


267. .^05 


.30 


107,295 


244,080 


.27 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



68 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the tigricuUural imports of th^ United States (vegetable rnatter), etc. — Coat'd. 
SUGAR (TOTAL)— ContLDued. 



Countries from which 
imported. 



British Africa 

Canada 

British East Indies . . . 

Mexico 

Guatemala 

Peru 

Dut«h West Indies . . . 

British PossessiouB, 

D. e. s. 



1894. 

DoUart. 
134, 514 
19:i, 476 
124.016 
69.548 
20,278 



French West Indies 

Japan 

Russia. European — 
British Honduras — 

Nicaragua 

Ecuador 

Honduras 

Colombia 

Haiti 

Denmark 

Salvador 

Spain I 

Sweden and Norway . . . ' 
Venezuela 



12,704 
5 



15,160 



3,425 



12 



Tears ended June 30— 
1895. I 1896. 1897. 



DoOart. 

49,725 

289,060 

94,957 

65,112 

6,618 



33.762 

10,996 

2 



6,907 



3.347 



Total ;126, 871,889 76, 462, 836 

11 



D&Uart. 

461.054 

92,692 

32.839 

63,572 



48,974 



677 
15,270 



2,464 



DoUart. 

417,850 

74, 191 

174, 531 

19,111 



56,969 
1,761 



8,576 
14,927 



703 



12 



89,219,773 | 90,066.181 



1898. 



Annual avenge, 
1894-1896. 



DoUars. 

131, 409 

32,589 

134,838 

48,682 

212, 637 

148,509 

4,811 



2,094 
1,542 



17 ' 
5.736 ; 
4.483 
8, 195 



DoUars. 
238.922 
136,401 
112,236 
51,205 
47.907 
41, 114 
11,109 

6,752 , 
4,875 
4,773 : 
4, 132 i 
3,929 ! 
1,639 
1,381 
1, 178 I 
669 , 
559 ' 
308 
307 
46 
2 . 
2 



Peret. 
0.26 
.15 
.12 
.06 
.05 
.06 
.01 

.01 
.01 



.02 



60,472.749 



90,418,685 100.00 



TEA. (a) 



Cliina 

Japan , 

United Kingdom 

Canada 

British East Indies . 

HongkoujK 

Netherlands 

Germany 

Dutc-h EaHt Indies .. 

Russia, European | 

Portuguese East Indies | 

it*iy : 

France ! 

Mexico 

Philippine Islands I 

Bemiu'da 

British WoHt Indies 

Belgi uni 

Newfoundland and Lab- 
rador 

AustriaHun(;ary ' 

British Africa 

Turkey, European ' 

Portugue.so Africa 

Sweden and Norway . . . 
TurlHjy , Asiatic 



DoOart. 

7,697,253 

5,504,411 

693,886 

121.445 I 

79,562 

43,274 

2,307 

290 

1,401 

262 



61 



DiMarg. , 
7,534,354 | 
4.601,041 
743, 980 
163,353 
83, 105 
40,157 I 
4,583 
464 I 



262 



Dollars. ' 
6,966,766 i 
4,911,448 ■ 
561,488 I 
53,726 , 
166,341 ' 
42, 158 I 
866 
359 I 
71 
216 ' 
603 
20 
27 
135 
172 
6 
3 
36 , 



11 
15 



DoUart. ' 
7,288,573 I 
5,651,279 
1,166.265 
396,689 , 
272, 374 
49.871 
3,223 
6,499 
2 ! 
272 ! 
519 
98 
113 
12 



41 * 
5 



DoUart. , 

6,827,177 ! 

3,045,079 

629,032 

243,178 

284.469 

24,580 

86 

240 



15 1. 
"3' . 



117 



181 
75 



26 



DoUart. 

7.062.825 

4,742.652 

758, 930 

195,678 

177, 174 

40,008 

2,203 

1.570 

295 

226 

224 

60 

59 

47 

34 

27 



^Peret. 

54.40 

36.5.: 

5.85 

1.51 

1.36 

.31 

.02 

.01 



.01 



Total.. 



... 14, 144,243 113,171,379 12,704,440 14,8.35,862 10,054,283 12,982,041 100.00 



TOBACCO. LEAF. SUITABLE FOR CIGAR WRAPPERS. (6) 



Netherlands 

(iermany 

Canada 

Cuba 

United Kingdom ... 

Belgium 

Dutch E.ist Indies. 
Mexico 



DoUart. 

4,543,560 

350, 932 

61.128 

134, 088 

2,6o9 

3.812 



Dollam. 

6, 687. 142 

310,000 

167, 555 

38,320 

4,210 

11.693 



1.233 



DoUart. , 
4,705,359 I 
115,303 I 
676,791 ' 
64. 438 I 
7.741 
5.874 ' 
20,299 
554 



DoUars. 

4. 968, 136 

402.934 

282,223 I 

2,416 

6,899 

383 



117 



DoUart. 

3, 633, 258 

100.325 

83. 400 

76. 761 

1.664 

80 



10.116 



DoUart. 

4, 907, 491 

256,079 

254,219 

63.384 

4.635 

4,368 

4,060 

2.405 



Per et. 
89.25 
466 
4.62 
1.15 
.09 
.08 
.07 
.04 



a For quantities, see page 110. 



b For quantities, see page 111. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



80UBCE8 OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



69 



Vahtnofthe agricultvral imports of the Untied States {vegetable matter) ^ etc, — Cont'd. 
TOBACCO. LEAF. SUITABLE FOR CIGAR WRAPPERS— ConUnued. 



Coontries from which 




Years ended June ^0— 


1 


Annual average, 


imponed. 


im. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1896. 

DoOan. 
4,720 1 
1,929 

730 1 


1894-1898. 


British Eaat Indies 


DoUart. 


Dollars. 


DoUar». 


DoUart. 


DoUart. 
944 
386 
148 
89 
36 I 
35 
271 
11 
8 
2 


Per et. 
0.02 


Venasuela ' 








.01 


Pnerto Rico 












British West Indies 


105 
44 




339 






Ssoio Doniineo 






134 1 
176 1 




sm£ .. ..:.. 










Ctilombia 




36 

14 




98 


.01 


Denmark 




40 
40 






Danish West Indies 










Aden 




8 






Chins 








1 














' 


Total 


5,096,461 


7,219,877 


5,696,778 


5,663,214 


3,913,294 1 

1 


5,498,325 


100. CO 



TOBACCO, LEAF, NOT SUITABLE FOR CIGAR WRAPPERS, (a) 



Caha.... 
Germany 

Canada 

liexico 

Turkey, European 

(Jnited Kinedom 

Turkey, Asmtic 

Netherlands 

Pa«rto Rico 

Saoto Domingo 

British West Indies . . . 

fgi:pt 

Spain 

Dutch East Indies 

Philippine Inlands 

Austrla-Hnngar3' 

Argentina 

Honirkong 

Italy....?. 

Japan 

British Posaeasions, 
n. e. 8. : 

Malta, Gozo,etc 

Other 



Dollars. 

I 5,693,976 

18.636 



52,192 
9,892 
28,227 
48,372 
5,752 



I>oUars. 
7,283,474 
14,096 
106,436 
13,507 
14, 731 
43, 414 
81,806 
413 



17,577 
1,137 , 
2,522 
5,388 



2,549 
6,493 



200 I 



311 ! 

1,430 I 

550 I 



Russia, Earopean 

British East indies... 

Venezuela 

Colombia 

France 

Gibraltar 

Belgium 

iWmuda 

Greece 

Spanish Poeaessions, 

n.eus 

China 

HoDduraa 

rrnjniay 

BraSl... 

Denmark 

Haiti 

Sweden and Norway . . 



352 



1,063 
20 

3,758 
424 
144 
414 



375 

1,071 
704 



DoUars. 

10,549,030 

22. 123 

210, 435 

37,489 

11.726 

44,055 

26,684 

4,666 



32 

30 

7,762 



956 

'881 

'28 

135 



29, 
I 
180 

20 
145 



12 



172 

20 

80 

**69" 
10 



Total 5,886,925 



Dollars. 

2,303,651 

738,634 

276, 063 

297, 135 

80,901 

61,047 

18, 022 

116,897 

450 

6,535 

7,242 

2,712 

2,760 



1,724 
3,175 



1,237 
"' 444 



562 
140 
438 



215 



DoUars. 

2, 806, 499 

lOTi, 803 

179, 835 

193. 953 

113, 078 

39, 957 

16,291 

1,916 

75.410 

21, 161 

12, 578 

1,787 

1,157 

4,720 

1,674 

306 



359 

20 

3 



563 

"ios I 



57 



49 



35 I 



DoUars. 

5, 717, 326 

179, 579 

164,992 

108, 395 

49,733 

47. 369 

29,711 

24,778 

15, 172 

9,061 

4,707 

4,255 

1.861 

944 

932 

892 

752 

642 

319 



214 
141 
118 
110 
108 
88 
70 
54 
40 

40 

34 

29 

27 

11 

6 

2 

1 



Peret. 

89.85 

2.82 

2.59 

1.70 

.78 

.74 

.47 

.39 

.24 

.14 

.07 

.07 

.03 

.02 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 



.03 



7,525,843 10,906,352 , 3,920,941 i 3,575,:a4 I 6, 36:), 075 I 100.00 



a For quantities, see pagt^ HI. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



70 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the agricultural imparls of the United States (vegetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 
TOBACCO, LEAF (TOTAL), (o) 



Countries fVom which 
imported. I 



1894. I 1895. 



Years ended Jane 30— 
1897. 



Cnba 

Netherlands 

Germany 

Canada 

Mexico 

United Kingdom 

Turkey, European 

Turkej% Asiatic 

Puerto Itico 

Santo Domingo 

Dutch Ea.st Indies 

British West Indies.... 

Belgium 

Egypt 

Spain 

British East Indict .... 

Philippine Islands 

Anstna-Hungary 

Argentina 

Hongkong 

Venezuela 

Italy 

Japan 

British PossesHlons, 
11. e. s. : 

Malta, Gozo, et-c 

Aden 

Other 

Russia, European 

Colombia 

Franco 

Gibraltar 

Bermuda 

Greece 

Spanish Possessions, 
n. e. s 

China 

Honduras 

Uruguay 

Denmark 

Brazil 

Danish Went Indies. . 

Haiti 

Sweden and Norway. . . 



DoUara. 

5,828,964 

4, 543, 560 

369.568 

113, 320 

11,125 

51,031 

28.227 

5,752 



17,621 



1,242 
4,164 
2,522 
5,388 



200 



Dollars. 

7, 271. 794 

6, 687, 555 

325,596 

273, 991 

13, 514 

47,624 

14, 731 

81,806 



2,549 
11,693 
6,493 



311 

- 25 

1,430 

550 



704 

1,063 

20 

3,758 

424 



1896. 



Dollars. 

m, 613, 468 

4,710,024 

137, 426 

887,226 

28,043 

51,796 

11, 726 

26,684 



32 

20,299 

369 

5,874 

7,762 



956 



144 
414 



180 
20 
145 



375 ; 

1,071 ! 



28 



135 



172 



40 



DoUars. 

2.306,067 

5,085,033 

1,141,568 

558,286 

297, 252 

67.946 

80,901 

18,022 

450 

6,535 



7,242 

383 

2,712 

2,760 



1,724 
3,175 



1,237 



650 
140 
438 
215 



Total 10,985,380 lU, 745, 720 16.503, 1:K) , 9,584,155 



1 



1898. 

DoUars. 

2.883,260 

3,635,174 

204,128 

263, 235 

204,069 

41,621 

113.078 

16, 291 

76, 140 

21,295 

4,720 

12, 578 

80 

1,787 

1,333 

4,720 I 

1,674 

306 , 



Annual average, 
18M-I898. 



2.492 
20 
3 



103 
"57' 



33 ! 



DoUars. 

5. 780, 710 

4,932,209 

435.658 

419, 211 

110.800 

52,004 

49,733 

29.711 

15, 318 

9,097 

5,004 

4,796 

4,438 

4,255 

1,896 

1,085 

932 

892 

752 

642 

504 

319 



214 
137 
108 
88 
54 
40 

40 
34 
29 
27 
17 
11 
8 
2 
1 



Per (A. 

48.73 

41.58 

3.67 

3.53 

.93 

.44 

.42 

.25 

.13 

.08 

.04 

.04 

.04 

.04 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 



.02 



7, 488, 608 1 1, 861, 400 100. 00 



VANILLA BEANS, (a) 



Mexico 

France 

French Oceania 

United Kingdom 

French West Indies . . 
BritishWeHt Indies... 

Germany 

Danish West Indies . . 

Canada 

Netherlands 

British Australasia . . . 

Brazil 

Italy 

Eciindor 

British East Indies . . . 

Venezuela 

Belgium 

Colombia 

Guatemala 

Peru 

Costa Kica 



Dollars. 

f»8G. 798 
Ul, 147 
23,120 
10, 774 
3, 882 



•445 

10, 450 

422 

815 



Total. 



727, 85;j 



Doliars. 
394, 397 
62.399 , 
15,073 
9,945 ! 
10,614 I 



294 



1,624 I 
502 



425 1. 



DoUar/i. 

876, 368 

66,488 

40,896 

14,033 

3,290 

7,624 

2,034 

17 

736 

743 

487 i 

838 I 



Dollars. 

491, 081 

228. 437 

73,388 , 

56, 8r4 

7. 292 

13, 216 

14,462 



35 I 



19 



220 
1,071 
769 , 



20 



16 
15 
14 
10 



Dollars. \ 
163, 100 ; 
58,899 
44,044 
8,101 
4,767 



182 i 



32 



DoUars. 

502,340 

101,074 

39,424 

19,942 

5,969 

4,168 

3,447 

2,093 

637 

626 

257 

108 

85 

7 

6 

4 

4 

3 

3 

3 

2 



Peret. 

73.85 

14.86 

6.79 

2.93 

.88 

.61 

.51 

.31 

.09 

.09 

.04 

.02 



495,273 1,013,608 



I 



H84,865 



279. 755 



680,271 , 100.00 



a For quantities, see page 112. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



71 



Values of the affrteuliuralimparts of the United Slates (vegetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 

BEAKS AND PEAS, (a) 



CoQjitries from iirhich 


Years ended June 80— 


Annual Average. 


imported. 


1894. 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1808. 


1804-1898. 


CfMl^dft 


DoUart. 

606.466 

310,988 

39.891 

23,800 

60,718 

11.897 

32,466 

17,360 

5,292 

4,048 

2,871 

795 

16 

746 


Dottart. 

780,003 

482,080 

102,065 

69,011 

45.464 

30.106 

14,720 

970 

8,603 

2,164 

2,710 

798 

818 


DoUart. 

567,705 

32,258 

6,823 

29,545 

3,274 

8,702 

2,706 

15 

607 

3.325 

2,385 

651 

7 


DoUart. 
460,608 


DoUart. 
76,760 


DoUart. 

501,928 

165.055 

30.968 

26,813 

21,936 

21,721 

10,698 

3,707 

3.128 

8.062 

2,215 

721 

184 

149 

145 

91 

57 

49 

26 

22 

19 

17 

8 

2 

2 

1 
1 
1 


Peret. 
03.32 


Aastria-Hangary 

Franr© ..-r.,^ --.,., 


20.82 


3,787 
2,738 

161 

5,170 

1,979 

87 

691 
2,566 
1,857 

564 
19 


2,273 

8,076 

64 

62,728 

1,621 

154 

449 

3.217 

1.253 

799 

62 


8.90 


Italy 


3.38 


O^nnany^t^--,-- .,.-,»., 


2.77 


Mexico.. 


2.74 


Netherlands 


1.35 


Beljriiim 


47 


United Kingdom 

China r. 


.39 
.39 


Cuba 


.28 


Honekonir 


.09 


Tnrtey.Xdatio 

Chile 


.02 
02 


Dutch East Indies 








724 
58 
30 
39 


.02 


Japan 


235 
46 
97 

132 
60 
95 


37 
152 


67 
88 
109 


56 
19 


.01 


Britiah West Indiea. . . . 
Spain 


.01 
.01 


j^pt .... 








Sweden and Norway . . . 
fiermadft 




50 










1 




TnrlcAT' RtimiM^an 


38 

14 

8 


47 






Gibraltar 








Colombia 






1 


> .01 


Puerto Kico 








8 




Azores, and Madeira 




6 

- 








Guatemala 




6 








Hawaiian Islands ...... 


1 




8 














Total 


1,117,960 


1,548.767 


658.320 


489,274 


149.227 


792.711 100.00 










CAI 


tBAGES. (a 


) 






Denmark ' 


DoUart. 
(e) 


lioUart. 
(e) 


DoUart. 

( 52. 851 

2,020 

z 

2 

I 3 


DoUart. 
36,801 
1,689 
322 


DoUart. 


DoUart. (b) 

29.914 

1,237 

340 

23 


Peret. 
94.91 


Canada 




3.93 


Netherlands 





l.OB 


Bermuda 




-07 


British West Indies 


4 




f} •" 


Mexico 




-. 




! 


r 


Xotal 


('J) 


(c) 

01 


55.644 

noNs. (o) 

DoUart. | 

1 
1 
1 

(o ; 

1 


38.906 




31, 517 100. 00 


1 













Bermnd A •••>-••.•* 


J>oUart. 

(0 


DoUart. 

ic) 


DoUart. 

( 404, 524 

162,774 

16,664 

17, 131 

12,817 

6,205 

2,840 

2.234 

1.011 

344 

672 

46 

2 

3 


DoUart. 

283,457 

97,183 

25,476 

10, 526 

3,714 

1,131 

3,904 

?,045 

92 

739 


DoUart. (d) 

343,090 

129,978 

21, 070 

13.828 

8,285 

3,668 

3, 375 

2,590 

552 

542 

336 


Peret. 
65.12 


rnit«<l Kingdom 

Spain ' 


24.61 
3.99 


Eirvnt 1 


2.62 


liniL':::.:v..v.......\ 


1.57 


Cuba 1 

British Aostralasia ....| 
Italy 


.69 
.64 
.49 


Franoe 


.10 


Mexico 


.10 


British West Indies. . . 


OA 


N'etherlands 




23 ) 


China 


4 
2 


3 > .01 


Honclcons 


3J 




1 


Total 


(f) 


(«) 


(c) 


027,273 


429. 173 


528,223 1 100.00 



a For quantities, see page 1 13. 

b Annual avera^, 1896-1898. 

^Included in "vegetables in their natural ntjtte not (>Uewh«re spe<'ified." 

d Annual average, 1887-1898. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



72 



fiOUR(^E8 OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the agricultural imparts of the United States (vegetable fHaUer)^ etc. — Cont'd. 

POTATOES, (a) 



Coun tries from which 
imported. 



Years ended June 30 — 



18M. 



dnitea Kingdom ' 

Canada 

Bermuda 

G erman y 

Cuba I 

Belgium I 

Netherlands < 

Mexico ' 

Portugal I 

France 

British WcHt Indies. ... I 

China ' 

Italy 

Hongkong j 

Denmark 

British PoHAessions, | 

n. e. 8 

Japan 

Miqnelon, Laugley, etc . 

Braxil , 

Colombia 



DoUart. 

865, 691 

232,496 

109,122 

15.354 

17, 351 

16,H44 

15,607 

1,454 

2,715 

49 

138 I 
252 



1895. 



1896. 



1 



1897. 



1888. 



' Annual arerage, 
1894-1896. 



DoUar: 

141. 133 

311.075 

130,603 

12,529 

4,518 

663 

469 

1,406 



DfAlatM, 

12 

16, 080 

94,681 

6,656 

7,025 



DoUan, 
15,924 . 
23,669 I 
92,014 I 
8,028 I 
4,652 



58 I 
1.149 I 



185 I 
259 I 



DoUart. I 

2,379 

354,171 

98,014 

14,208 - 

779 

C.819 ; 

639 
376 



1. 



27 



487 
221 
234 
113 



342 I 
780 
237 
552 
14 



184 I 
348 
291 ! 



-I- 



2 I. 



448 
14 
184 

17 I 
95 



DoUara. 

205,028 I 
187,498 I 
103.887 I 
11, 355 
0,865 
4,865 
3,392 
929 I 
543 1 
302; 
300 I 
240 , 
134 
37 

33 : 

5 

1 
1 

1 



Peret. 

:{9.U2 

35.6.S 

19.77 

2.16 

1.31 

.93 

.64 

.18 

.10 

.06 

.06 

.05 

.02 

.01 



.01 



Total ll,2n,194| 603,554 127,595, 145,584 



I 



I 



473, 154 



525,416 100.00 



PICKLES AND SAUCES. 



United Kingdom 

China 

France 

Hongkong 

Belgium 

Canada 

Italy 

British East Indies . . . . 
British West Indies. . . . 

Spain 

Japan 

Germany 

Netherliuids 

Cuba 

Dutch Guiana 

Mexico 

Danish West Indies .. . 

Hawaiian Islands 

Greece 

French Oceania 

British Australasia 

Dutch West Indies .... 

Denmark 

Colombia 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Venezuela 

Puerto Kico 

Sweden and Norway . . . 



Dollar: 

265, 056 

24, 722 

31, 732 

8,648 

2, 736 

563 

734 

853 

061 

2,637 

649 

313 

1,040 

274 

2 

114 , 

44 I 

38 



DoUart. 

265, 471 

24.645 

15,725 

5,749 

1,404 

1,279 

1,618 

640 

2,494 

044 

530 

850 I 

25 

478 



5 ' 
14 

37 !. 



Dollart. 

260, 323 

28, 331 

19,836 

8,625 

760 

1,011 

478 

1,600 

900 

1.101 

668 

176 

184 

169 

185 

8 

18 



Dollart. 


DoUart. 


DoUart. 


Peret. 


275.264 


198,864 


252,995 


80.95 


22,685 


22,230 


24,523 


7.85 


17,618 


4,726 


17.927 


6.74 


7,280 


6, '310 


7,322 


2.34 


2,124 


2,619 


1,909 


.61 


2,106 


1.504 


1,293 


.41 


619 


2,733 


1,236 


.89 


1.325 


1,335 


1,151 


.37 


914 


295 


1,113 


.36 


508 


4 


979 


.81 


1,072 


1,872 


860 


.27 


120 


664 


425 


.14 


69 


383 


341 


.11 


270 


217 


282 


.09 


166 


29 


76 


.02 


19 
.17 


115 


52 


.02 

01 



14 |. 



86 



,.'.1 



3 

12 



Total . 



r 



324. 377 



332, 243 



I 



I 



213, 354 



.01 



312,548 I 100.00 



VEGETA15LK.S IN THEIR NATURAL STATE NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED. 



Canada 

Germany 

Italy 

China 

France 

Mexico 

Hougkong 

Bermuda 

A ustria-Huniiarv — 
British AVest Inities 

Cul 



ipan. 

lUU.. 



Dollars (b) Dollart. (h) Dollart. (c) 



101 
22, 
24, 
14, 
11. 
5. 
5, 
211. 
17, 

1, 
24, 



125,349 

32, 035 

41,H42 

19,713 

5,400 

7.070 

6,361 

214, 38;( 

18,617 

5,229 

404 

37, 371 



118. 
34. 
45, 
21. 

0, 

8. 

5, 
271, 

7. 

2, 



Dollart. 
112,646 
39, 453 
34. HIT 
18. 179 
12.020 
9,227 
5. 870 
6.946 
4,277 
5. 548 
2.000 
2,828 



Dollars. 
99, 570 
53,561 I 
28,302 ' 
18,163 ; 
7,978 
10,595 
5,987 I 
4,848 I 
3.060 
1.171 i 
2,078 
1,136 



DoUart.(d) Peret. 
106, 108 I 42. 74 
46,507 
31,650 
18, 171 
10.003 

9,911 

5,928 

5,897 

3.668 

3, 359 

2.042 

1,962 



18.74 
12.71 
7.32 
4.03 
3.99 
2.39 
2.38 
1.48 
1.35 
.82 
.80 



a For qtinntities, see pago 114. 
Mncluding cubbnges and onions. 



r Including onions. 
({Annual average, 1S97-1898. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OP AGB1CUL.TDBAL IMPORTS. 



73 



Values of the agricultural imparU of the United States {vegetable matter)^ etc, — Cont'd. 
VEGETABLES IN THEIR NATUBAL STATE NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED— Continued. 



Countries fram which 1_ 
imported. 



Yean ended June 30— 



1804. 



1865. 



1896. 



United Kingdom < 135. 856 

Netheiiands 80 

Spain I 50,704 1 

Turkey, A Klatic I 40 1 

Turkey, Eurofiean 

Roeaia, Earotieau 130 j 

Hawaiian Islands ' 434 

Colombia { ' 

Honduras 

Switzerland I 

Nicaragua , 

BraillT. t 

Belginm ' 

Bjypt i 22,803 I 

Denmark 2,646 

British Australiuiia I 

Chile ' 

Portugal ' 1.080 1 

Greece..... . 

I^rench Oceania "'.'.' '.'. ioil 

Dutch East Indies | 81 I 

Umgnay 



D6aan.{a)IhMaT»Aa) DoUar9.{b) 



1897. 



103.586 , 
73 
43, 213 ' 
55 , 



72,052 
421 

33,173 
125 
75 



515 I 



434 



27 



3 I 

16,115 I 

120 . 

2,028 I 

216 , 



15 
19,339 



Dollars. 

1,084 

117 

339 

118 

85 

101 

38 

21 

15 

7 

8 



1896. 



429 
1,504 I 



127 I 



890 



DoUart. 
958 
1,131 
634 
322 
208 



20 



Annoal average, 
1894-1808. 



DoUart. (e) 

1,471 

624 

486 

220 

147 

06 

20 

11 

8 

7 

4 

3 

2 



Per et. 
0.59 
.25 
.20 
.09 
.06 
.04 
.01 



.01 



Total. 



653.259, 670.894 j 683,117 1 256,752 1 239,733 



248,243 I 100.00 



VEGETABLES, PREPARED OR PRESERVED, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED. 



France 

lUly 

Germany 

Belgium 

United Kingdom. 

iJetherlands 

Chioa 

Hongkong 



DoUars. > Dollars. ' Dollars. 
890,046' 663,453 577. 152 < 



Spain 

Cuba 

Austria-Hungary 

Japan 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Portugal 

Mexico 

Sweden and Norway . . . 
British East Indies .... 

Venesnela 

British West Indies . . . . 

Russia, European 

Turkey, European 

Switzerland 

Gibraltar 

Greece 

Colombia 

Denmark 

Argentina 

Hawaiian Islands 



23,861 

20,047 

17, 771 

11,760 

10,603 

7,032 

4,192 

8,518 

20 

1,415 



301 I 
21 I 



34,560 

31,255 

29,854 

20,139 

13,337 

5.839 

3,812 

1,030 

245 

1.358 

2.446 

318 

57 



65 I 
5 

277 1. 



19 

441 



36,002 

25,943 

26,851 

29,390 

17.280 

4,899 

3,016 

139 

2,998 

1.413 

546 

675 

314 

758 



442 
5 



157 



19 



Total. 



505,510 



17 



Dollars. 

579. 180 

26,118 

22.861 

40.854 

10,185 

18,235 

3.718 

5,877 

1,399 

1,158 

884 

56 

718 

207 



34 

269 

3 



49 



DoUars. 

344,611 

37.430 

43,657 

25,214 

7,274 

15,900 

5,866 

7,650 

2,010 

6,764 

1,006 

81 

1,100 



I 



514 



68 
204 
135 
138 



817,689 I 727,797 720,822 



Dollars. 

511,068 

31,494 

80, 552 

28,109 

19,350 

15, 071 

6,471 

4,909 

2.800 

2,237 

1,233 

616 

602 

178 

152 

120 



Per et 

78.10 

4.81 

4.67 

4.30 

2.96 

2.30 

.84 

.75 

.43 

.34 

.19 

.09 

.09 

.03 

.02 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 



.01 



654,355 100.00 



VINEGAR, id) 



UnitiMl Kingdom . 

France 

Germanv 

Belgium 

Itslv 

China 

Canada 

Snain .-. 

Hongkong 



DoUars. DoUart. DoUars. I DoUars. Dollars. Dollars. .Peret. 



8,982 

8,381 

602 

198 

80 

64 

70 

:« 

33 



11.202 

6.481 

1,051 

243 

422 

218 

139 

23 

31 



14,690 

7,820 

1,036 

121 

322 

350 

150 

25 

30 



11,635 

7,258 

781 

246 

162 

294 

1 

80 

28 



13,282 
7,502 
556 
676 
110 
140 
41 

'"32 



11.958 

7,501 

805 

277 

221 

213 

82 

33 

31 



56. .'jO 

35.48 

3.81 

1.31 

1.04 

1.01 

.39 

.16 

.15 



a Including cabbages and unions. 
b Including onions. 



e Annual averngo, 1897-1898. 
<f For quantitieii, see pagell4. 

jitized by Google 



74 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Values of the agricultural imports of the United States (vegetable nuitter), etc. — Cont'd. 

VINEGAR-Continued. 



Countriee from which 




Years ended Jane 30— 




Annual aTeraee, 


imported. 


1894. 

Dollars. 
34 


1895. 

DoUart. 
13 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 

Dollars. 
2 


1894.1898. 


Mexico 

Cuba 


DoUart. 
5 
2 


DoUart. 
26 

8 


Dollars. 
16 
2 
2 

1 


Peret. 
0.07 


AuBtria-Hangary 

Greece 


9 , 

1 














6 


f '^ 


Jannn ...... - - --I- 


1 




















Total 


18.501 


10.823 


24.552 


20,519 


22,313 


21,142 100.00 



WAFERS, UNMEDICATED. 



nnite<l Kingdom. 

Germany 

France 

Canada 

Caba 



Total. 



Dollars. Dollars. 

10,484 9,808 

6,220 7.661 

3,705 3,630 

11 6 


DoUars. 
9,063 
5,229 
2,456 


Dollars. , Dollars. 
6,691 4,340 
7,767 ! 5,629 
5,624 1 1,828 


Dollars. 

8,077 

6,501 

3,449 

3 

1 


PereL 

44.79 

36.05 

19.13 

.02 


3 






1 


.01 










20,423 


21,105 


16.748 


20,082' 11.797 


18,031 


loaoo 



CHAMPAGNE AND OTHER SPARKLING WINES, (a) 



France 

United Kingdom 

Belgium , 

Germany 

Canada 

British West Indies 

Italy 

Switzerland 
Mexico 
NetherlandH 
Anetria- Hnueary 

Sweden and Norway 

Portugal 

Spain 

Cuba 

Bermuda 

Russia, Asiatic... 

Peru 

Hawaiian Islands 

Brazil 

French Guiana... 

Greece 

Haiti 




Total. 



Dollars. 

3,325,828 > 

78,983 I 

44,480 ' 

26.464 I 

9,082 



Dollars. 

3, 598, 834 

73,648 

100, 581 

28,045 

3,950 



270 

77 



DoUars. 

3, 313, 752 

127,307 

138,800 

37,979 

6,566 

20 

2,084 

76 

352 

505 

15 

394 

433 



DoUars. 

3,132,959 

111, 601 

53,255 

30.084 

17,063 



1,550 
168 
393 
514 
184 
17 



DoUars. 
3,006,999 i 
98,620 I 
32,602 ' 
48,048 
3,439 I 
10,609 
2,690 
297 
558 
290 
12 ' 



36 1 



17 



•I- 



France 

Germany 

Italy 

United Kingdom 

Belgium 

Austria- Hungary 

Spain 

Portugal 

Netherlands 

Cuba 

Canada 

Switzerland 

Azores, and Madeira 
Islands 

Swe<len and Norway... 

Japan 

Mexico 

Bermuda 

Greece 

Newfoundland aud Lab- 
rador 



3,498,522 I 3,807,961 | 3,628,319 . 3,348,004 
STILL WINES, BOTTLED. (6) 



122 



DoUars. 

3,287,574 

98,032 

73,943 

34,124 

8,200 

2,126 

1,988 

1,395 

694 

570 

419 

109 

87 

63 

54 

15 

11 

10 

7 

4 

3 

2 

1 



Peret. 



2.79 
2.11 
.97 
.23 
.06 
.06 
.04 
.02 
.02 
.01 



.01 



3,264.323 3,500,426 I 100.00 



DoUars. 

508,680 

477, 769 

190, 820 

44,292 

48,537 

13, 613 

18,097 

13. 509 

7. 242 

4,073 I 

1,820 

915 I 

578 i 
475 



DoUars. 

680.646 

430, 939 

213,688 

28,565 

27,025 

13,193 

10,554 

10, 128 

6,045 

3,580 

1,421 

1,297 



1,105 I 



1,249 I 
367 
295 I 

12 I 



203 I 
230 
743 I 

48 ' 



Dollars. 

680,539 

503, 088 

208, 521 

38, 221 

33. 052 

14,506 

18, 403 

11,394 

6,339 

3,444 

4,717 

1,481 

2.216 
129 
386 
212 
316 
245 



154 I 
a For quantities, see page 114. 



Dollars. 


DoUars. 


630,745 


548, 645 


459,060 


416,077 


253,007 


211,209 


34,087 


46,688 


38,948 


39,364 


15,194 


9,157 


8,835 


9,522 


13,067 


10,158 


11.105 


12.403 


3.166 


1,819 


3.644 


2,280 


1,046 


1,589 


319 


491 


696 


894 


828 


741 


167 


235 


152 


234 



105 



Dollars. 
627.851 I 
457.386 
215.449 , 
38,371 I 
37.385 I 
13. 133 , 
13,082 
11,651 ' 
8,627 ' 
3,216 I 
2,776 
1.266 I 

942 
439 I 
432 I 
419 
802 
145 



I 



Peret. 

43.79 

31.90 

13.03 

2.08 

2.01 

.92 

.91 

.81 

.00 

.22 

.19 

.00 

.07 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.01 



70 248 I 212 

b For quantities, see 

jitized by 



139 , .01 



pawgiS. 
byLrOOgle 



SOURCES OP AGBICULTURAIi IMPORTS. 



75 



Vaime8 of ike offrieuliuralimporU of the UniUd States {vegetable nuUier), etc — Cont'd. 
STILL WINES, BOTTLED— ContiBued. 



Coantriea from which I 

imported. j ^^ 



Tears eoded Jane 30— 



Chile 

British West Indies 

French Africa 

Hongkonj; 

British AiistnaaBia 

TnrheT, Asiatic 

Danish West Indies 

Puerto Rico 

Cliina 

British Africa 

GibralUr 

Braril 

French Oceania 

Colombia 

Pern 

Denmaric 

Rassia, Earopean 

Malta, Goco, etc 

Canary lalaiads 

Miqnelon, Lanj;ley, etc 
Egypt 



DoUart. , 
138 I 
8 
73 
21 
148 
139 



1895. 

DMars. 
50 
123 
218 
74 
95 



12 . 
57 I 



45 I 



72 - 
13 

06 . 

27 1. 



1896. 

Dollars. ' 

«1 , 

26 

106 

70 

57 

2 

197 

8 

8 

49 

7 

8 



1897. 



M': 



Argentina 

BrUiah Goiana 

French West Indies. 



Total ' 1,423,143 



2L 



DoOan. . 
212 
148 
5 



1896. 



Dollar: 



32 



Annual average, 
1894-1896. 



128 


27 


61" 








132 


3 
1 


36 


5 



1, 4.30. 229 1, 527. 916 1, 475, 21 1 1, 312, 147 



Dollars. 
106 
101 
80 
64 
60 
40 
39 
31 
22 
18 
16 
15 
13 
12 
10 
6 
5 
4 
4 
4 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 



Per et. 

0.01 

.01 



100.00 



STILL WINES. UNBOTTLED. (a) 



DoUar: 

Germany I 656,488 

Spain 585,791 

France 262,682 

Portngal j 109,574 



Italy 

riiited Kingdom 

Aufltria-Uuugary 

Netherlands 

Azores, and Madc^ira 



Belgii 

Canada 

Cuba 

Switzerland • 

Japan 

Greece 

Mexico 

Canary JUlands 

Tnrkey, Asiatic 

Oibraltar 

Newfonndland and Lab- 
rador 

British Australasia 

French Africa 

Sweden and Norwaj- . . . 

Turkey, European 

Braxil. :. 

British West Indies. . . 

Puerto Rico • 

MalU, GoBo, etc 

British Africa 

Miquelon. Langley, etc . 

Denmark 

Dnteh West Indies 

DaaUh West Indies.... 
Hongkong 

G^A.'.VS.V.V.V.V.'.'.V.. 

Argentina 

Africa, n.e. 8 



55,790 
56,481 I 
40.691 
16,205 ' 

6, 318 , 
14,359 
2,988 
7,224 
1,996 i 
20 ' 
155 I 
524 
547 
685 
5 



Dollar ». 
808,013 , 
538,309 I 
310, 734 
95,162 
52.853 
59,575 
35,742 > 
9,770 

7,868 
8.322 
5,808 , 
5,026 
1,892 ! 

179 
2,402 

644 
1,140 

903 

501 

166 



265 



87 ;. 

58 - 

70 I 

58 I. 



Dcllari. 

813,118 

524, 438 

292,477 

103,190 

73, 315 

60,867 

30.547 

11,798 

17,293 

6,585 

6.804 

3,528 

2,348 

878 

443 

1,164 

502 

512 

284 

264 
31 
81 
61 



60 : 



:l 



DoUan. 
871,375 
514, 388 
346,050 
103, 440 
65,660 
55.428 
27,580 
14,310 

9,474 
12,524 
5,012 
4,786 
3,597 I 
1,215 
1.513 ; 

715 

1,043 

224 

178 

182 



214 
146 



1 
46 



51 I 
"48 \ 



8 I 



Dollars. 


Dollars. 


Peret. 


449,847 


719.568 


39.34 


461,664 


525, 518 


28. 73 


197,845 


281, 957 


15.41 


94,244 


101.122 


5.53 


66,115 


62,747 


3.43 


44,731 


56,416 


3.03 


22,704 


31,453 


1.72 


14,302 


13,277 


.73 


15, 348 


11,260 


.61 


12,110 


10, 780 


.59 


2,925 


4,707 


.26 


987 


4,310 


.24 


1,466 


2,260 


.12 


2,420 


944 


.05 


69 


916 


.05 


827 


776 


.04 


367 


720 


.04 


547 


574 


.03 


305 


255 


.01 



187 
516 



96 
13 



7 
17 



160 

109 

73 

55 

47 

43 

26 

21 

13 

12 

11 

10 

9 

7 

7 

6 

6 

2 

2 



Total L 817, 813 ' 1,946,347 , 1,950,770 ; 2,039,260 1 1,392,710 1,829,178 



.01 
.01 



100.00 



a For quantities, see page 1 15. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



76 



SOURCES OP AGRlCrLTURAL IMPORTS. 



^^ummlUiet •f the mfrirmUmrmI imp^rU •/ ike rmiifd SUtim (cMtauiZ malter), J>g artklei 
mmd commtriet. dmrim^ ike /re JUcmt jfeon 1894-1898. 



CATTLB.4*) 



CooBtri^* from whirh 


IsflH. 

I.4«Ek 
92 


Tears end*^ Jam 
18^ 1896. 

SMimh*T. Xmimber. 

14^.431 216^913 

1. 212 858 


»*»- 


1896. 

Xumber. 

173,921 

116.521 

855 

292 


Annual avc 
1894-189 

Xumber. 
163,907 

33,753 

171 

108 

6 

1 

1 


rage. 


imptirted. 

Mexico 

Canada 


IW7. 

.V«M6er. 
278. WO 
56.U8I 


8. 

Peret. 
82.80 
17.05 




.09 


rnit4^ Kin^doiu 


3 
22 


115 


47 

8 . 


82 


.06 


Swit£«'rUD«1 

British K«i*t I iMlies .... 


14 
9 


14 




.01 


Japan 

Ha^'Miiaii Inlands ..... 


4 
2 

























ToUl 


l.o92 


149. 781 


217.836 


328.977 


291,569 


197.963 


100.00 






HOfe^ES. ta) 










Canaila 

Mexico 


Xumbrr. 

5,738 

46 

319 

7 

10 

13 

18 

1 ' 

8 . 

2 

1 

1 

1 

I 


Xumhrr. 

9 964 

219 
16 
3 

4 

5' 

1 
2 

3 

i 


Xumber. 

7.438 
2.3«xi 

r>2 

23 
11 
11 
9 . 


Xnmber. 
5,423 
1,500 
32 
19 
18 
2 


Xumber. 

2,731 

228 

77 

17 
30 


.yutnber. 
6,250 

1,404 
154 
17 
14 
6 
5 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 


Peret. 
79.55 
17.84 


Uiiiu-d Kingdom 

Genuan y 

FraiH t' / 

SriliHh Aii8in)1i<HiA .... 


1.96 

.22 
.18 
.06 


RusHia, Earo{»ean 

Cuba 




06 


4 


1 


.04 
03 




3 . 
1 . 
1 . 

i '. 

1 . 







:oi 


Briti8li West ludiei) 






.01 


Colombia 




1 


01 


Guatemala 






»:;;::;::;:::::;;:: 


















.01 


Ketherlands 










Spain 




1 . 


















Total 


6.166 


13, ii98 9, 991 
SHEKl'. ia) 


6,996 


3.085 

Xumber. 

335,348 

56,672 

294 


7,868 


100.00 










Cniisid A 


Xumher. 

241.646 

164 

723 

28 

5 

2 


Xvmber. 

2^8, 308 

3.004 

149 


Xu tuber. 

321. H47 

565 

271 

9 . 


Xumber. 

358.804 

46,597 

225 

7* 


Xutnb^. 

309. 101 

21.401 

333 

1 7 
2 


Per et. 
93 43 


Mexico 

United Kingdom 

G«Tinanv 

HrltJHh \Vt'8t Iiidi.-8... 


6.47 
















Tolul 


242, 568 


291,461 


322, 692 


405.633 


392,314 


1 330,934 


100.00 




. Pounds. 

223. 829 

30. (>3.'i 

21. 785 

23. Tli\ 

3. 402 

3. 224 

1,260 

1,000 


IIEKSWAX.(6) 

Pounds. Pounds. 
180.742 148.021 

30.713 34,377 
26. 725 30. 019 

19.714 , 17,505 
4,516 7,920 

16,152 15,049 < 

223 

322 367 
917 12, 095 










Cuba 


Pounds. 
77.168 
25.217 
22.766 
21. 340 
10, 100 
7.493 

8I9' 


Pounds 

39,564' 

38,644 
25.226 
67,134 
15.634 
51.657 
11.903 
8 
11,201 


' Pounds. 

1 125.952 

1 32, U«9 

27.988 

1 21.402 

1 18.627 

11.511 

10,028 

2,842 

! 2,604 

1 2,240 

1.754 

1 1,386 

1,223 

1 1.034 

1 955 

672 


Per et, 
47.49 


Santo Domingo 

Italv 

Moxic'o 


12-10 
111.55 
8.07 


Uiiftwl Kin;;dom 

Brithh West Indies.. . 


7.02 
4.34 
4.01 


llaili ..' 

Oolonihifi 


1.07 
.98 


Portui;fll .. - . 






.85 


Drnyjl 


; 5. 402 

1 '«* 




3.360 
2.567 




.66 


Cana4la 


1.119 


976 


1,504 

6.113 

238 

410 


5? 




.46 


Front'll Ofeaiiiii 

(Jhlua 


1 1,098 
1.241 


730 
1.574 
3.359 


963 


2.138 
1,550 


.39 
.36 


Africa, n. e. 8 


.25 



a For valuoH, «e© page 22. 



b For values, see page 23. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OF AORICULTUBAL IMPORTS. 



77 



Quantiiief of the agricultural imports of the United States {animal maiter)y etc. — Cont'd. 

BEESWAX -Continued . 



Countries ftom which 


1804. 


Yeai 

~18957 

Pounds. 


•8 ended June 30^ 


1898. 
Pounds. 


Annual average, 


imported. 


1896. 


1897. 

Pounds. 
3,012 


1804-1896. 




Pounds. 


Pounds. 


Pounds. 
602 
519 
395 
249 


Peret. 
0.23 


Arsenttna 




1,195 




1.402 


.20 


Dutch West Indies 


700 
1.033 




1.276 


.15 


Japttn 

Fnnce 






210 


.0» 




1,081 




216 • .08 


SpAiB , , 







574 

457 

68 

210 


115 .04 










91 

77 
58 
17 
2 


.03 


Hongkonf _--.-| 




34 


282 
80 


.03 


Puerto Rico 1 




.02 


Sw-itzerlsnd .' ' 


87 
10 


} .01 


Pern 1 i--- 



















Total 


318,660 


288,001 


273,464 


174, 017 


272.097 


265. 248 


100.00 



BRISTLES, CRUDE, NOT SORTED, BUNCHED, OR PREPARED, (a) 



Germany 

Chins 

Ecuador 

Hosaia, European . 

Mexico 

France 

Austria- H unitary . 
United Kingdom . . 
Hongkong 



Total. 



.nd.. 


Pounds. 

( 1.831 

1,350 

1.136 


Pounds. 
238 
267 


Pounds. 
100 


Pounds. 


Pounds, (b) 

542 

406 

284 

267 

102 

69 

64 

57 

34 


Per ct. 
29.70 






22.25 








15.56 








1.088 


14.63 


(c) 


410 






5 59 




276 
254 




3.78 








3.51 




5 


221 






3.12 






135 


1 86 




1 






(0 


4,741 


726 


630 


1.203 


1.825 


lOU.OO 



BRISTLES. SORTED. BUNCHED. Oil PREPARED, (rf) 



Germany 

United Kingdona. . 

France < 

Rnmia, European . 

China 

Hongkong . . ■ 

Belnom . 



KetTierlands 

Canada 

British East Indies . 
Mexico 



Total. 



Pounds. 



(0 



(c) 



Pounds. 
490,834 
273,281 
212. 152 
231,702 
74,050 
14,163 



170 
401 



Pounds. 
643,103 
328,657 
280,254 
145, 721 
151,711 
21, 462 



20 
160 
716 



Pounds. 

489.527 

338,081 

247,420 

149. 237 

108,335 

12,800 

13 

1,279 

310 



Pounds. 

494, 477 

326,022 

236,976 

190,288 

264,336 

19.786 

1.886 

16 

100 



:i: 



Pounds. (6) 

529,485 

316, 510 

244,201 

179, 237 

149,608 

17, 053 

475 

329 

185 

179 

167 



1,296,753 1,571,804 I 1,347.270 i 1,533,887 1 1,437,429 



Peret. 

36.84 

22.02 

16.90 

12.47 

10.41 

1.19 

.03 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 



100.00 



BRISTLES (TOTAL), (rf) 



Oormanv. 


Pounds. 
410, 337 
97,-576 
184.017 
113,209 
74,168 
13,066 


Pounds. 
492,665 
273, 286 
212, 152 
231,702 
75. 409 
14,163 


Pounds. 
643, 341 
328, 878 
280,254 
145, 721 
151. 978 
21,462 


Pounds. 

489, 627 

338.081 

247, 696 

149.237 

108,335 

12, 800 

13 

1,279 


Pounds. 

494, 477 

326, 022 

236, 976 

191,356 

264, 336 

19, 921 

1.886 

16 


Pounas. 
506,090 
272,760 
232. 219 
166.245 
134 845 


Peret. 
38.05 


United kingdom 

France 


20. 51 
17.46 


Russia, European 

rWna. ^. 


12.50 
in M 


Hongkonff 


16,282 ' 1 22 


Belpum.: 


380 1 .03 


NVfc^tArlandff 






20 


263 02 


Rcnador ^ 




1,136 
811 
170 


227 02 


Mexico 






268 
310 




216 02 


Canada 


147 


160 
716 


100 


177 01 


British East Indies 


51 


AofitriA-Hiuiifiurv . . . • - -^ 


:::::: ; ":i 


254 














' 


Total 


892,520 


1,301,494 


1, 572, 530 


1, 347, 900 


1, 535, 090 


1, 329, 907 


100.00 







a Vest Talues, see page 24. 
h Annual average, 1895-1898. 



c Not stated. 

d For values, see page 25. 

Digitized by 



Googl( 



78 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quantitieaof the tLgricullural impori9 of the I'nited States {animal matter) ^ etc. — ConVd. 

BUTTER, (o) 



Countriea from which 
imported. 


1894. 

Pounds. 

38,575 

100, 932 

1,620 

472 

843 

971 


Year 
1895. 


a ended J a 
1890. 

Pounds. 

40,032 

700 

8,537 

1,456 

855 

52 


ne30— 

1897. 1 


1888. 

Pounds. 

17,608 


Annual average, 
1894-1B98. 


Ouna^ 


Pounds. 

63,546 

82 

4,858 

565 

375 

1,656 


Pounds. 1 

26,819 

228 

7,529 

2,051 

150 

148 1 


Pounds. 

37.316 

20,388 

6.183 

1,318 

720 

568 

507 

257 

123 

96 

84 

57 

45 

24 

8 

8 


Psret. 

55.12 


Denmark 


30.12 


Turkey Asiatic 

United Kingdom 

iterance ................ 


8,374 
2,048 
1,375 
12 
2,533 


9.13 
1.95 
L06 


Mexico 


.84 


N«therlandt 


.75 


riormanv 


180 
313 


148 
300 
480 


86 


809 1 


.38 


Egypt 




.18 


British AiialralAHia 






.14 


Sweden and Norway . . . 


420 






.12 




288 




.08 


Italy 


138 


87, 




.07 


British Weat Indies 


2. 


66 


34 


.04 


Aden . .. 




40 
40 
2 


.01 


Belirium ' 








} •" 


Janan -- 






















Total 


144,346 


72. 148 


52,067 


37,963 j 


31,084 


67,702 


100.00 



CHEESE, (a) 



Pounds. 

Switzerland 4,406,882 

Italy I 2,373,051 

Netnerlanda 

ITranoe 

Germany 

United Kingdom 

Bol/;ium 

Sweden end Norway 

Canada 

A iiatria -Hungary 

Greece 

Cuba 

Mexico 

Turkey, Asiatic 
Turkey, European 

y ranch Africa 

Kussia, European 

Santo Domingo. 

Hongkong 

Denmark 

('Olombia 

Honduras 

Spain 

BHtish East Indies 

Venezuela 

Gibraltar 

BritiHb Australasia 

Danisli West Indies — 

Azores, and Madeira 

Islands 

Dutch West Indies 

Total «, 742, 851 10,276,20:J 10,728.3U7 12,319,122 10,012,188 10,415,770 ' 103.00 

1 




Canada 

China 

Hongkong 

Mexico 

Japan 

Uniti'd Kingdom. 

France 

Ualy 

Germany 



EGGS, (b) 



Dozens. 

1,064,311 

101,504 

24, 904 

547 

150 

14 



Dozens. 

2,569,825 

98,251 

27. 782 

8,824 

100 

720 



■I- 



Total 1,791,430 | 2.705,502 



Dozens. 

803,456 

102. 687 

33, 502 

7,288 

181 

11 

4 



3 



Dozens. ■ Dozens. 

435, 199 I 25, 942 

105, 685 106. 554 

38,488 1 31,314 

1,165 1 1,986 

125 500 

8 23 

5 

6 



047, 132 I 580, 681 



166, 319 



Dozens. 

1, 099, 747 

102,936 

31,198 

3,962 

211 

155 

2 

1 

1 



PereL 
88.82 
8.31 
2.52 
.32 
.02 



1,238,213 100.00 



a For values, see page 25. 



b For values, see psj 

Digitized 



paM>4J6. ^ 

by<^OOgl( 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



79 



Quantities of the agricuHural imp4frU of the United States {animal matter), etc. — Cont'd. 

SILK COCOONS, (a) 



Countries from which 




Annaal average, 


imported. 


1894. 


1805. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1894-1898. 


JnpttD •••■■••■■•«■■■•>•• 


Pounds. 
129.082 
51,854 


Pounds. 
158, 175 
139.509 
22,937 


Pounds. 

75,128 
129,056 
74,881 


Pounds. 


Pounds. 
2 


Pounds. 

72,597 

64,084 

21,658 

32 

30 


Peret. 
45 83 


Ghma 




40 46 


France .......... .... 




10,470 


13.67 


Canada 


160 
128 




.02 


Italy 




2 




20 


02 










Total 


181,824 


820,821 


279, 067 




10,492 


158,401 


100 00 









SILK. RAW, OR AS RKELED FROM THE COCOON, (o) 



Japan.. 
China.. 
Italy... 
France. 



Hongkoni 
United^ 



Elngdo 



British Eaat Indies . 

Germanv 

Switzerland 

Tnikey, European .. 



Pounds. 

2,644,388 

1,198,304 

886,323 

210, 813 



3,165 

47 

13,830 



Total 4,956,875 



Pounds. 

3, 788, 171 

2,419,128 

1,354,478 

365,986 

80,476 

13,953 



1.463 
220 



935 



PouTids. 

8,961.380 

2,315,873 

1,116,239 

381, 749 

201,680 

18,317 

12,477 

1,352 

1,311 

22 

221 



7,974,810 I 8.000,621 



Pounds. 

3, 474, 865 

1,907,892 

865,972 

233,005 

26,682 

1,373 



3.818 
6 



6, 513, 612 



Pounds. 

5,294,429 

2,916,549 

1, 743, 543 

338, 034 

30 

552 

16,252 

151 



3,722 



10, 315, 162 



Pounds. I 

3.830,647 ! 

2,151,649 ; 

1.103,312 • 

306,297 ; 

51,774 I 

7,472 I 

6,755 I 

3.359 I 

1,070 

740 ! 

232 . 



Peret. 

50.72 

28.49 

15.80 

4.06 

.69 

.10 

.08 

.04 

.01 



.01 



7,552,216 



100.00 



SILK WASTE. (6) 



France 

United Kingdom . 

China 

Japan 

lialy 

Hongkong 

Gennany. 



Switserland . 

Belgium 

Cliile 



Pounds. Pounds. Pounds. 



235. 117 
118.639 
157. 828 
72,226 
176, 380 



278 
3,208 I 



325,038 

371,216 

212.833 

62.359 

3,779 

31.851 

10, 070 

263 

3,620 



401. 443 
820,637 
227.535 
106,541 
27,575 
568 



110 



Total 763,786 11,021,029 



Pounds. 

343,602 

685,336 

318. 191 

88, 732 

22,454 

10.280 

1,600 

2,094 

553 



Pounds. 
862. 573 
267,830 
470. 045 
153, 733 
2,211 



202 



Pounds. 

433, 573 

352, 733 

277, 286 

96,718 

46, 480 

9,740 

2,334 

1,846 

1,476 

40 



1,084,290 1,479.832 , 1,762,297 1,222,248 



Per et. 

35.47 

28.86 

22.69 

7.91 

3.80 

.80 

.19 

.15 

.12 

\ .01 



100.00 



SILK (TOTAL), (b) 



Pounds. 

Japan 2,846,296 

China 1,407,986 

Italy 1,062,836 

France , 445,930 

raited Kingdom 121, 804 

Hongkong ' 



(^rroany 

BritiHh East Indies . 

Switzerland 

Tarkey, Earopean. - . 

Belgium 

Chile 



■|" 



13,830 
3,208 



110 



Pounds. 

4, 0O8, 705 

2,771,470 

1. 358, 257 

713,961 

385,160 

62,327 

263 

10,290 

1.463 

2,620 

935 



Total 5,902,485 I 9,316,460 



Pounds. 

4.133,040 

2. 672. 404 

1,143,816 

858,073 

338.954 

202,248 

12, 477 

1,311 

1,352 

22 

221 



Pounds. 

3,563,597 

2, 226, 083 

888,420 

576, 607 

686,709 

42,962 

2.994 

5,418 

653 

5 



Pounds. 

5,448,164 

3, 386. 504 

1. 745, 774 

1,212,977 

268, 391 

30 

21,946 



151 
3,722 



202 



Pounds. 

3, 909. 962 

2. 492. 910 

1.289,822 

761, 528 

360, 205 

61,514 

7,633 

3,404 

3.359 

2,225 

232 

40 

22 



Peret 

44.78 

27.91 

13.88 

8.52 

4.03 

.09 

.08 

.04 

.04 

.03 



9,363.987 



7,993,444 12,087,051 , 8,93! 



100.00 



aFor ralnea. see page 27. 



5 For yalues, see page 28. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



80 



SOURCES OF AGBICULTUKAL IMPORTS. 



Quantitiea of the agricultural imparU of the United States {animal matter), «<c.— Cont'd. 
WOOLS, ETC., CLASS 1, CLOTHIKG: IN THE GRBASB.(o) 



Countries from which 
imported. 



Years ended Jane 30— 



United Kingdom 

British Australasia . 

Argentina 

Uruguay 

Belgium 

Briflsh Africa 

Franco 

Chile 

China 

Germany 

Canada 

Brazil 

Hawaiian Islands — 

Mexico , 

Peru 

Japan 

Italy 

Denmark 

Egypt 

Africa, ne. a 

Dutch Westliuliis . 

French Oceania 

British Went Indies. 

British Hondurns 

Austria-Hungary .... 



Total. 





XVAI 


B VUUVU V Ul 


JV «« 


1808. 


Annnal average. 


1804. 
Poundt. 


1895. j 1806. 


1807. 
Pound*. 


1804-1891 


I. 
Peret, 


PoundM, 


Poufub. 


PoundM. 


Pminda. (6) ; 


1 




('08.868,908 


18.518,284 


58,603,506 53.50 


' 






18, 3U, 138 


14,175,777 


16,244,057 ; 14.81 








10,891.243 


4, 215, 887 


12,053,565 1U.99 








13,362,288 


1, 300, 055 


7,331,171 6.68 








0,521,643 


1,030.358 


5,276,000 4.81 








5.088,017 


1,368.014 


3,678,015 3.35 








5, 065. 766 


310,065 


2.602.415 2.46 








2,421,864 


1,303,803 


1,862,878 1.70 








880,247 


100, 37H 


529,310 .48 








703.133 


73,042 


418,087 .38 








410. 881 


301.447 


360,064 .33 








288,041 


240.651 


268,846 .25 


> (c) 


(c) 


(c) 


220,877 


15,836 


122,857 .11 








130,003 


382 


70,143 .06 








03,583 




46,702 .01 








40,463 





20,232 .03 








22.141 


4,073 


13,407 .01 








10,354 


45 


0,700 , .01 










6,035 


3,018 












5,231 


2,616 










3,748 


2,078 


2,013 








4,112 




2,056 


.01 






2.260 


408 
500 


1,370 
250 










348 


174 




' 






"(r) 


(0 


(c) 


176,350,510 


43,061,872 


100,705.941 1 


100.00 



WOOLS, ETC., CLASS 1, CLOTHING: SCOURED, (d) 



Franco 

United K ingdoni 

Belgium 

Canada 

British AiiHtralHfia. 

British Africa 

Germany 

Italy 

Total 



Pounds. 



(0 



Poundt. 



{c) 



Pounds. 



I Poundt. 

11.00({,515 

8, 600. 227 

3. 125. 429 

295,717 

290.471 

84,061 

35,558 

0.691 



Poundt. 
837,066 

1, 230, 175 
153,523 
151.801 



50 



Pounds. (5) 

6,371,790 

4.040.701 

1, 639, 476 

223.799 

145,235 

42, 481 

17,804 

4,846 



(e) 



(e) 



(c) 



Peret. 

47.57 

36.95 

12.24 

1.67 

1.08 

.32 

.13 

.04 



24,408,569 I 2,381.615 13,395,092 , 100. 00 



WOOLS, ETC., CLASS 1, CLOTHING (TOTAL), (d) 



Pounds. Pounds. 
Uiiitod Kingdom. 4,066,8U0 45.506. 022 



BritiHh Australasiu .. 

Argentina 

Uruguay 

Frame 

Belgium 

Brit inh Africa 

Chile 

Canada 

(iormany 

China 

Brazil 

Hawaiian IhIuikIh 

Mexico 

Peru 

Spain 

Denmark 

Italy 

AfrirJi.u.c. a 

Japan 

French Africa 



4, 066, 360 
1,780 
232, 173 
1,541 
48 
1,189,254 ' 
365,398 
78, 107 , 
12,012 I 



12, 381, 900 
6. (M3, 544 
10,329,318 
2, 968. 885 
2. 722, 599 
3,841.573 
459, 080 
1,415.540 
55, 220 



. Pounds. 
56, 403, 000 
20, 263, 238 
I 6. 128, 552 
, 8.077,576 
I 0.553,133 
. 7,884.860 
8. 102, 257 
I 1,598.011 
I 1.147,323 
I 392, 605 



69,010 



150 ' 



60 I 



284,145 
141,863 
65.803 
15,004 
65,101 
95. 000 
28, 378 
43. 032 



6,550 I 



a For valueH, nee page 28. 
b Annual average, 1807-1898. 



54. 926 
211,617 

95.334 
166, 043 

84. rm 

1,645 
32, 013 
2, 202 



Pottnds. 

,107,529,135 

I 18,604,609 

19,891,243 

I 13, .162, 288 

, 16,972,281 

12. 647. 072 

6,073,878 

2,421,864 

715, 598 

798. 691 

889. 247 

288. 041 

229. 877 

139, 903 

93.583 



21,190 , 



Poundt. 

19, 757, 459 

14,175,777 

4, 216, 887 

1,300,055 

1, 156, 131 

1, 183. 881 

1,868,914 

1,303.893 

453,248 

73.092 

169. 373 

249. 651 

15,836 

382 



19,354 I 
31, 832 



.i: 



40, 463 



45 
4,673 
5,231 



Pounds. 

46.664,663 

14,016.378 

7, 876, 201 

6.660.282 

5, 530. 394 

4.887,692 

4, 115, 175 

1.229.829 

761.965 

266.504 

211.724 

189.336 

119,838 

60.314 

55.286 

29.921 

23.227 

19. 391 

9.893 

8,093 

5,548 



cNot stated. 

d P^or values, see page 29. 



Peret. 
50.58 
15.19 
8.00 
7.22 
5.99 
5.30 
4.46 

1.3:* 

.83 
.29 
.23 
.21 
.13 
.07 
.06 
.03 
.0-J 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



81 



QuantiHeB of ike agricultural imporiB of the United States {animal matter), etc. — Cont'd. 
WOOLS, ETC., CLASS 1, CLOTHING (TOTAL) -Continued. 



Coaotries from wbich 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual average, 


imported. 


18M. 1 1896. 


1896. 1 1897. 


1806. 


1894-1898. 


Ttirkftv. KimniMui 


Pounds, 


Pounds. 
16,096 
2,301 


Pounds. ! Pounds. 


Pounds. 


Pounds. 

3,219 

2,846 

1,446 

1,282 

1,035 

082 

896 

853 

100 

97 , 

95 


Peret. 


Dutch West liidies 

TorkeT. Asiatic 


234 


6,868 
7,229 


3,748 


2,078 




E^tf:. .".::::::..::::" --- 




374 




6,035 
498 
348 




British West Indies 


783 




1,663 


2,260 




Austria Hungary 


4,563 


\ 0.01 


French OceMiia 




367 
4.264 


4.112 




Rnifsift, Rnropesn ...... 








British Homlnras 






* 


500 




P«ninh Wetttlndie^f 






484 

473 






Ecuador 


i 




















Total 


10,885,496 


87,151,622 


117,233,440 200, 769, 070 


45,442,987 


92.254,506 


100.00 



WOOLS, ETC., CLASS 2, COMBING: IK THE GREASE, (a) 



IToited Kingdom 

Argentina 

Csosda 

Turkey, European ... 

Belgium 

British Africa 

G«rmanv 

Denmark 

France 

British Australasia . . 

Peru 

China 

Tnrkej', Asiatic 

Italy 

Austria-Hungary 



Pounds. 



(0 



ToUl. . 



Pounds. 



ic) 



(c) 



(0 



Pounds. 



(v) 



(c) 



Pounds. 

r20,965,673 

8.339,497 

7. 159, 520 

422,704 

411,343 

129,190 

69,839 

59,667 

47,655 

22,454 



335 



37.627,967 



Pounds. 

3,072,622 

221, 201 

970,569 

29, 169 



2,445 
6,509 



1,332 
917 
500 



11 



4, 305, 563 



Pounds. (6) 

12, 019, 147 

4, 280. 349 

4, 0C>5, 044 

225,981 

205,671 

66, 817 

38,174 

29.834 

23, 972 

11,227 

666 

459 

250 

166 

6 



20, 966, 765 



Peret. 

57.33 

20.42 

19.39 

1.08 

.98 

.31 

.18 

.14 

.11 

.05 



.01 



WOOLS, ETC., CLASS 2. COMBING : SCOURED, (d) 



, PoundB. 
Canada !] 

rnSdKlngdoTO.'Ill.'.'^'f ^^^ 
Italj- |) 

ToUl I ie) 



Pounds. 



(«) 



Pound/i. 
ic) 



(0 



Pounds. I 
215,043 

62, 177 ' 

46,210 i 

03 I 

323,523 ! 



Potmds. 
15, 310 


Pounds, (b) 

115,176 

31,089 

23,105 

47 


Peret. 
67.98 
18.35 




13.04 




.03 








16,310 


160, 417 


100.00 



WOOLS, ETC., CLASS 2, COMBING (TOTAL), (d) 



Pounds. 

Tnited Kingdom l 1.187,483 

Canada....: I 132,798 

Argentina 

'1 urkey, European I 187, 973 

France I 261 

Belgium 



Turkey, Asiatic 

British Africa 

Germany 

British Australasia — 
British Esst Indies... 

Benrosrk 

Mexico 

China 

Austria- Hungary 

Africa, n.e.s 



9,877 

10,340 

77 

5,517 

4 



5,558 



Poundi. 

6.400,202 

6,503,181 

221.819 

876,578 

100,370 



22,181 



44,801 

1,908 

336 



a For Talnes, see ^ 
fr Annual average^ 1; 

15910— No. 17 6 



59,864 
42, 875 
47,722 
13,641 

1898. 



Poundt. 

\ 6.505,645 

3, 817, 160 

3, 273, 075 

I 741,490 

645,934 

.' 85,593 

430.624 

54,114 

71,043 

I 133, 031 

80,077 

6, 345 



Pounds. 

21,un.883 

7, 374, 563 

8, 339, 497 

422. 794 

47,655 

473, 520 



9,608 ; 



2rt.070 1 



129,190 
69,839 
22,454 



59,667 



Pounds. 

3, 072, 622 

985. 879 

221,201 

29,169 

288 



500 
2.445 
6,500 



917 



Pounds. 

7, 635, 567 

3, 580, 716 

2,411,110 

451,601 

140, 702 

101,823 

02,6.36 

39.218 

38, 454 

32.582 

16, 083 

13,202 

13,084 

10.680 

9,547 

7,942 



I 



e Not stated. 

dFor values, 8e<) page 30. 



Peret. 

52. 20 

24.51 

16.50 

3.09 

.96 

.70 

.64 

.27 

.26 

.22 

.11 

.09 

.00 

.07 

.07 

.06 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



82 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quaniiiies of the agriculitiral imporia of the United States (animal matier)j etc. — Cont'd. 
WOOLS, ETC.. CLASS 2. COMBING (TOTAL)-Contiiimd. 



Countries from which 
imported. 



1894. 



Yoars ended June SO- 
BS. 1896. 1897. 



1898. 



I 



Annual aTerage, 



r 



I 



~r 



'24iT 



428 



5,880 

2, 032 t 

1.001 ! 

500 i 

174 I 

12 I 



, Poutids. Pound*. I Pounds. Pounds, i Pound*. Pound*. iPeret. 

Peru ' 3.550 1 26,265 i ' 1,332, 6,229 .04 

Kusnia, European 29.390 i 

Spain I , 10,159 ' 

iNetherlanda 5,007 

T'niguay 2, 499 i 

Italy 200 I 

Colombia 60 ' 



04 
04 
.01 

.01 



Toua I 1,548,505 



13,476,785 15,756,318 37,951,490 I 4.320,873 14,610,784 I lOO.OO 

I I I I I 



WOOLS, ETC., CLASS 3, CARPET: IN THE GREASE, (o) 



United Kingdom 

China 

Russia, European 

A rgentina 

Franco 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Germany 

Chile 

Belgium 

Austria-Ilungary — 
Turkey, European . 

Asia, n. e. » 

Brazil 

British Eant Indies . 

Denmark 

Switzerland , 

Italy 

Venezuela , 

Butch West Indies.. 

Canada I 

Africa, n. 0.8 

Uruguay ' 

Danish West lndie.>4. 

Aden 

Netherlands 

Spain 

Triiwli 

Colombia 

Portuguese Africa .. 

Mexico 

British AV est Indies. 
Santo Domingo , 



Tot4>l . 



Pound*. 



(c) 






Poufid*. Pound*. 



(c) 



(c) 



(c) 



(«) \ 



Pound*. 


Pound*. 


Pound*. (6) ; 


Peret. 


39, 832, 191 


23,431,925 


31,632.058 ' 


32.66 


20, 499, 966 


19,523,016 


20,011.491 


20.88 


11,877,699 


17, 208, 670 


14, 543, 184 


15.02 


14, 374, 841 


9, 532, 573 


11,953,707 


12.34 


8.525,473 


3,171.081 


5.848.277 1 


G.04 


6, 497, 111 


5, 104. 326 


5.800,718 ! 


5.90 


2, 379, 654 


1,062,551 


1,721,102 


1.78 


1,678,897 


998,870 


1, 338, 883 


L38 


1, 782, 975 


488, 760 


1,135,867 


1.17 


1, 28:1, 281 


687,209 


985,245 


1.02 


901,583 


624,798 


763,190 


.79 


224.045 


43.3,261 


328.653 


.34 


316, 806 


139,227 


228,017 


.24 


29,611 


390, 181 


200.896 


.22 


311,915 


74,698 


193. 307 


.20 


36,552 


42,228 


39.390 


.04 


42, 228 


21.661 


31,945 


.o:( 


17,500 


29.006 


23,253 


.02 


16,902 


10,367 


13,635 


.02 


305 


26, 503 


13, 404 


.01 


9,965 


11,843 


10,004 


.01 


20,000 




10,000 
3 045 


01 




6,090 




4,620 




2,310 
1,454 






- 2,908 






2,8.S6 


1,418 
690 






1,380 






L120 



560 
441 


\ . Ul 


882 




150 


354 


252 




280 


197 


239 






27 


14 





no. 665, 432 I 83, 027, 666 ' 96, 846. 549 



100.00 



WOOLS. ETC., CLASS 3, CARPET: SCOURED, (d) 



China 

France 

United Kingdom.. 

ISelgiiini . . 

Canada 

Italy 

Aust ria-H imgary 



Total. 



J*oundi!. Poundx. Pound*. 



■•■I 



(«•) 



(«) 



(e) 



(c) 



Pound*. Pounds. 

949,781 

273,642 

174,699 

4.5.154 , 

32. 749 i 3,485 

125 

66 






Pound*, (b) 

474,890 

136,821 

87.350 

22,577 

18. 117 

63 

33 



(c) 



(c) 



1,476.025 



3,676 



Peret. 
64. lU 
18. 4:t 
11.81 

3. 0.-. 

2.45 

\ .01 



739.851 I 100. Oil 



a For values, see page 30. & Annual average, 1897-1898. cNot stated. d For valuee, see |iage 31. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OF A(iUICULTUBAL IMPORTS. 



83 



QuoMtittet of the agricultural imports of the United States (animal mailer), etc. — Cont'd. 
WOOLS, ETC., CLASS 3, CARPET (TOTAL), (a) 



Countries from which 
imported. 



Annaal average, 
1894-1898. 




Pound*. 

roited Kingdom { 0,292,044 

China '10,186,2W 

Argentina | 8, 961, 887 

Kusrtiji, European . 
Turkey, Asiatic . . 

France 

Tarkej. European 

Chile 

German v 
B<^]gi 

Austria- Ilun 
British East 
Brazil 
Abia, n . c. m. 
Canada 
Denmark 

British Australasia 

Switrerland 

Italy 

Britiah Africa 

Egypt 

Hawaiian Islands 

Africa, n. o. 8 

Cruguay - . . 

Dutch West Indies 

Venezuela. 

Greenland, Iceland, etc 

Portugal 

Spain 

Peru 

British West Indies 

Mexico 

Netherlands 

Ecuador. 

Danish West Indies 

Aden 

Tripoli 
Colombia 

Portuiniese Africa 
French Oceania 
French Africa 
Santo Domingo 

Total 42,918,584 105,405,649.97,921,715 |ll2,141,457 | 83,031,3411 j 88,283,749 | 100.00 



WOOLS, ETC. (TOTAL), (a) 



rnitc<l Kinj^dom 

Ar^ntina 

China 

Britiah Australasia . 
Russia, European — 

France 

rrugnay 

Belgium 

Turkey, Asiat ic 

Canada 

British Africa 

Chile 

Turkey, Europiaii . - 

Germany 

Austria-Tlnncarv — 
Britifth Hunt Indies . 

Brazil 

Hawaiian Islands . . . 

A*ia, n. e. s 

Denmark 

Mexico 

Peru 

Italy 

Swit serland 

Spain 



Poundi. 

11,546.327 

I 8,983,667 

10,186,264 

I 4.917,396 

. 9,055,037 

962, 734 

247,797 

48 

3,904,201 

602, 628 

-! 1.221.742 

I 1, 418, 210 

1,153,128 

. 1 246, 389 

191,354 

1 267, 047 

107, 358 



16,861 
5,708 

23,978 

888 

7,714 



Pound*. 

78, 391, 661 

25, 745, 854 

26.089,418 

12, 38:). 814 

12. 388. 08-2 

10, 245, 426 

10. 347, 873 

3, 463, 983 

7. 329, 877 

7, 031. 178 

3.871,253 

2. 149. 749 

2. 819, 710 

1,235,315 

473,338 

884.272 

307, 122 

252, 840 

1,194 

95,090 

140. 377 

17,553 

32,311 



Pounds. 

90, 907, 989 

22, 736, 851 

24, 647, 088 

20, 380, 2C9 

9, 945. 248 

13, 279, 720 

8, 114. 961 

9.210,716 

5, 453. 664 

4,964,753 

8,252,441 

3.438.140 

5. 803, 833 

2,021,443 

293,948 

123. 237 

239,348 

211, 617 



75,260 



76. 816 
95,834 
193, 208 
115.425 
142, 988 
122. 827 



Pound*. 

168, 547, 908 

42.605,581 

22, 338, 994 

18, 627, 063 

11,877,699 

25,819,051 

13. 382, 288 

14,948,721 

6,497.111 

8, 123, 215 

0, 203. 068 

4.100,761 

1.324,377 

3. 248. 184 

1,2^3,281 

29,611 

604,847 

229, 877 

224.045 

390, 936 

140, 053 

93, 583 

74, 488 

36, 552 



a For values, see page 31. 



Pound*. 

46, 262, 006 

13,969,661 

19, 693, 300 

14,175,777 

17,208,670 

4, 327, 500 

1,300,055 

1,672.641 

5, 104. 826 

1,469,115 

1,371,359 

2, 302. 763 

653.967 

1,142,152 

087, 634 

390.181 

388, 878 

15,836 

433, 261 

74, 743 

730 

1.332 

26, 4,')9 

42, 228 

2.836 



Pound*. 

79, 131, 178 

22, 808, 323 

20,571.014 

14.098,064 

12,094,948 

10, 926, 880 

6, 678, 5J)5 

5, 859, 222 

5, 057, 930 

4,438.178 

4, 183, 973 

2,681,920 

2,351,003 

1,578,697 

585,911 

338, 869 

329. 511 

142, 033 

131,700 

130, 889 

76, 541 

07,930 

49, 914 

45,896 

40,185 



Per et. 

40.55 

11.69 

10.54 

7.22 

6.20 

5.00 

3.42 

3.00 

2.90 

2.27 

2. 14 

1.37 

1.20 

.01 

.30 

.17 

.17 

.07 

.07 

.07 

.04 

.04 

.03 

.02 

.02 



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84 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



QuantiiieB of ike agricultural imports of the United States (animal matter), etc. — Cont'd. 
WOOLS, ETC. (TOTAL) -Continued. 



Coantries from which 
imported. 



Africa, n.e.s 

Egypt 

Dntch West Indies . . . . 

Yenesaela 

Greenland, Iceland, etc . 

Portugal 

Japan 

French Africa 

British West Indies. . . . 

Netherlands 

Ecuador 

Danish West Indies. . . . 

French Oceania 

Aden 

Tripoli 

Colombia 

Portufi^eee Africa 

British Honduras 

Santo Domingo 



Years ended June 30— 



1891. 



P<ntt%dt. 



0,523 
0,000 



40,477 



1895. 



Pounds. 
55,673 
74,047 
27,761 
13,113 
55,604 



763 
6,007 



6,660 
17,066 
11, .352 



455 



1,816 I 
60 I 



1806. 



Pounds. 

111,631 

59,140 

10,064 

2,520 



1807. 



Pounds. 
0,065 



20,650 
17,500 



21,190 
3,071 



40,463 
'2*546" 



14,722 
484 
367 



4,112 
4,620 



Total 55,152,585 206,083,006 230,011,473 350,852,026 



1808. 



Pounds. 

17,074 

6,035 

12,445 

20,006 



605 
2,908 



6,000 



1,380 
1,120 



500 
27 



132, 705, 202 



Annual average, 
1804-1808. 



Potmdf. 

38,868 

27,845 

18,073 

14,228 

11,130 

0,805 

8,003 

5,570 

4,825 

3,853 

2,046 

1,315 

087 

024 

630 

236 

176 

100 

5 



Perd. 
0.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



\ .02 



105, 140, 0.38 



100.00 



GLUE, (a) 



United Kingdom 

France 

Germany 

Denmark 

Austria-Hungary .... 

Belgium 

Sfetnerlands 

Canada 

China 

Italy 

Hongkong 

Russui, European — 

Mexico 

Japan 

British East Indies. 



Pounds. 
1,665,635 
1,300,264 
1,056,295 



50.548 
36, 102 
11,270 
9,196 



2,756 
1,400 



58 



Pounds. 
1, 868, 589 
1,698.529 
1, 210, 393 
55, 362 



17,458 



717 



Pounds. 

2.403,310 

1, 985, 146 

1, 697, 435 

67,671 

48,583 

33, 456 

37,787 

40 

3,220 



325 



Total 4,132,524 4,751,04S 6.276,926 



Pounds. 

1. 850, 819 

1,622,998 

1,337,297 

44,939 

32,631 

31, 191 

6,614 



16 

iio' 



4, 926, 620 



Pounds. 
1,408,068 
1, 370, 432 
1,224,893 



9,383 



40 
801 



50 



197 



4,103,814 



Pounds. 

l,857,28i 

1, 575, 474 

1,306,063 

83,595 

26,342 

25,508 

11,134 

1,855 

804 

551 

202 

143 

68 

51 



PereU 

3&30 

32.56 

26^07 

.69 

.55 

.53 

.23 

.04 

.02 

.01 



.01 



4,888,186 ; 100.00 



GOATSBUNS. (^) 



British East Indies ... 

France 

United Kingdom 

Russia, European 

British Possess ious, 
n. e. 8. : 

Aden 

Malta, Gozo, etc. . . 

Other 

Mexico 

Brazil 

China 

Argentina 

Germany 

Africa, n. e. s 

Turkey, European 

Yenejsueln 

French Africa 

Aastria-Hnngary 

Peru 

British Africa , 

Italy 

Turkey, AHiatic 

Netherlands , 

a For values, see page : 



Pounds. 



id) 



Poundi. 
11,707,410 
4, 520. 226 
3, 084. 042 
3, 065, 305 



3.744,614 

3, 515, 437 

2, 020, 316 

3, 280, 505 

1.080,078 

2,500,656 

1,532,621 

1,264,169 

1,820,410 

1, 378. 143 

1, 170, 875 

888,992 

454, 453 

526,454 

1,070,263 

278, 517 



Pounds. 
10,352,386 
3.050,688 
3, 016, 300 
4,090,828 



[3, 689, 837 
21,0G0 



2.499,141 

2, 864, 854 

:{, 132, 598 

1,561,439 

1,001,206 

2, 349. 637 

1, 363, 260 

1,355,690 

773, 198 

1, 362, 783 

853,958 

551, 543 

435. 737 

414, 581 

347, 213 



Pounds. 
7, 167, 997 
5, 033, 698 
7.432,956 
3, 133, 217 



3, 412, 981 
23,287 



3, 321, 399 

3,579,117 

2,091.144 

2, 533, 648 

2,528,142 

1. 642, 667 

1,437,092 

1, 259, 791 

607,524 

791, 641 

607,064 

469,531 

371,920 

314,423 

429,787 



Pounds. 
10, 104, 600 
8.685,307 
4,877,477 
5,082,284 



4,243,860 
37,527 



3,857,677 

3, 643, 016 

4, 070, 787 

2.413.550 

2,283.334 

2,733,671 

1,870,315 

1,300.807 

2. 114, 502 

1,340,808 

613, 078 

713,800 

795. 028 

321, 897 

414, 753 



Pounds, (e) 
9.855,623 
6, 324, 75-2 
4,827,604 
4,292,908 



3,703,204 

3,208,413 

3, 254, 301 

3,145.006 

2, 122, 170 

2. 078, 347 

2, 064, 640 

1, 485. 069 

1,458.947 

], 218, 364 

1.166,524 

768,273 

547,332 

532.285 

530,201 

867,567 



I 



Peret. 
18.27 
0.87 
8.96 
7.96 



7.03 

6.11 
6.03 
5.83 
3.93 
3.85 
3.83 
2.75 
2.70 
2.28 
2.16 
1.42 
1.01 
.99 
.96 
.68 



b For values, see page 34. e Annual average, 1896-1898. dNot staked. 



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SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



85 



Quantities of the agricultural imports of the United States (animal matter) , etc. — Cont'd. 

GO A TSKIN S— Continued. 



Countries f^m which 
imported. 



Tears ended June 30— 



18M. 



ColomhiA 

Spain 

Kgypt 

Sauto Pomisffo 

Dutch West &dias. 
Dutch East Indies . 

HaiU 

Cbfle 

British West Indies 

Portuguese Africa 

Sweden and ^Norway . . . 

Senria 

Belgium 

A8ia,]i.e.8 

Portugal 

Canada 

Ecuador 

French West Indies 

Switzerland 

Tripoli 

Phiiippiue lalandit 

SpanishAfrica 

Hawaiian Islands 

GihralUr 

Azores, and Madeira 

Islands 

Danish West Indies 

Madagascar 

Denmark 

Costs KJca 

Hoodnras 

Kalrador 

Uragua jr 

Nicaragua 

Guatemala 

Cuba 

British Australasia 'J 



Pounds, 



ib) 



Total. 



r 



(b) 



1886. 



Pounds. 
251.406 
212,430 
248,831 
149. 023 
103.029 
26.874 
58,432 
78,217 
99,323 
29,608 
85,276 
38.995 
86,856 
96,066 
231 
73,888 
9.524 



16,879 
3,968 
8,826 



5.917 



3,262 
10,945 



4,044 
1,438 
2.060 
2,358 
472 



54,240,492 



1896. 



Pounds. 

329,743 

129,038 

246,518 

164.570 

101. 146 

75,955 

66,544 

57,087 

55,730 

68,948 

37,457 

98,608 

14. 539 

43,379 

12.219 



27,875 



26,653 
17, 140 
26,132 
32,782 



16,728 



1897. 



1.766 

4.068 

147 



46,747,029 



Pounds. 
325,523 
248.686 
114,202 
125.332 
92.849 
76, 519 
90,444 
103. 103 
54,621 
111,415 
91,284 
42,102 
20,075 



15,197 
14,456 



86,819 



16,009 



4,812 



6,468 
62 



116 



49,868.020 



1896. 



Pounds. 
358,635 
650,141 
129, 718 
100,660 
134.671 
165, 371 
127,361 
84,381 
72, 147 
64,958 
26,164 
56,184 
43.811 



100,842 
34, 672 
31,426 
67,215 
17,666 



13,100 



18,600 
5,489 



148 



1,420 
1.176 



290 



61, 923, 487 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



Pounds, (a) 

316, 327 

310, 074 

184, 817 

135. 126 

107,024 

86,180 

85.695 

80,607 

70,456 

08,732 

00,045 

58,972 

41,820 

34,859 

31,997 

27,140 

20,820 

16,804 

15,299 

14,357 

8,739 

8,196 

7,277 

5,661 

4,650 

4,344 

2,736 

1,617 

1.505 

1,377 

813 

590 

473 

294 

74 

73 



Peret. 
0.59 
.58 
.34 
.25 
.20 
.16 
.16 
.15 
.13 
.13 
.11 
.11 
.08 
.06 
.06 
.05 
.04 
.03 
.03 
.08 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.01 

.01 
.01 
.01 



.01 



53,944,757 i 100.00 



HIDES OF CATTLE, (c) 



Argentina. 
TInited 



, _SteA Kingdom 

British East Indies.. 

Canada 

Uruguay 

Mexico 

rranee 

y enezuela 

Colombia 

Brazil 

Germany 

China 

Cuba 

British Australasia . . 

British Africa 

Sweden and Norway. 

Netherlands 

Belgium 

Ecuador 

Switzerland 

Coeta Kica 

Nicaragua 

Denmark 

Guatemala 

Peru 

Knssia, European 

Madagiuioar 

Santo Domingo 



Pounds. 



(ft) 



Pounds. 



(/) 



Pounds. 



(/) 



Pounds. 


\PuitJidis. (cO 


rattud».{e) 


Per et. 




' 1D.7&4,:'81 


]fl. 7,4,281 


15.65 




19, 1^2, ise 


19, ]X2,459 


15.19 




1 l:i,rj-^;im 


]i*>-'2.lUl 


10.16 




y,34i,:i2P 


9,;;4,1,328 


7.40 




1 8.47ti. :t47 


**, 478,347 


C.-2 




; 7»e'J4,6ft2 


7, lf:i4. 692 


6.28 




! 0,(1*15,684 


fl,(W5,684 


5.30 




<S, 'Mir f-ffi; 


fi.2:i4,582 


4.91 




i i>,Ut^(,DOfi 


6, y^, 000 


4.69 




rt,84f7, 153 


5, HIJ7, 153 


4.60 




5, 257, 733 


5,>::^7,722 


4.16 




1 iJ.Wil, IW 


S, 1H«, 194 


2.37 




1 ■2.&U,',fiO 


2,^^14,970 


2.23 


(/) J 


1 1.761.^(St| 


1,761,356 


1.40 


1,7L>^>,Ei&^J 


1, 729, 952 


1.37 




l,&41.e34 


1,541,634 


1.22 




], 510, 779 


1,510.779 


1.20 




l,49i>,Sirj 


1, 490, 822 


1.18 




»ei>. 5^^ 


982,548 


.78 




*(u;i. i2t', 


893, 726 


.71 




M0,4'i!i 


550,426 


.44 




377. 10^ 


377. 102 


.30 




302. afii 


362, 361 


.29 




;(32. 4^'. 


332,485 


.26 




iNii, till:^ 


243.665 


.19 




lua, '^f>'> 


193, 252 


.15 




1 I8a,0ft7 


189.997 


.15 




1 171, ttjfi 


171, 636 


.14 



a Annual arerage, 1896-1898. 

bNotsUted. 

cFor Talnes, seo page 85. 



d Exclusive of hides of cattle from the Hawaiian Islands (free of duty). 
e SUtistics for 1898 only. 
/Included in "Hides and ekins, other than furs, notetsewhero specified." 



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86 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quantities of the agricaltural imports of the United States (animal matter), etc—ConVd. 
HIDES OF CATTLE— ConUnued. 



Countries from which 
imported. 



Salvador 

Honduras 

Haiti 

British West Indies... 

liritish Honduras 

Bermuda 

Austria-Hungary 

Dutch East Indies 

Italy 

Freucli Oceania 

Aden 

Japan 

Dutcli West Indies 

Danish West Indies. . . 

Total 



Years ended Jane 30— 



1894. 



Pounds. 



{'} 



1895. 



1896. 



Pounds. Pounds. 



(d) 



id) 



1897 



1898. 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



Pounds. 



(d) 



' Pounds.ia) 
182,795 
124,875 
110,323 
09,900 
65,228 
32,347 
32,306 
26,654 
19,377 
7,148 
1,796 
1,602 
1,489 
495 



I 



(c) 



(d) 



(d)- 



(d) 



Pounds, (b) 

162,795 

124.875 

110, 323 

99,900 

05,228 

32.347 

32,306 

26.654 

19,377 

7.148 

1,796 

1,602 

1,489 

495 



Peret. 
0.13 
.10 
.09 
.08 
.05 
.Oi 
.02 
.02 
.01 



.01 



126,243.595 126.243,595 100.00 



HIDES AND SKINS («), OTHER THAN FURS, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED. (/) 



United Kingdom 

Germany 

France 

Canada 

Belgium 

British Australasia 

Mexico 

Switzerland 

Brazil 

Hawaiian Islands 

China 

Russia, European 

Argentina , 

Cuba 

Venezuela 

Colombia 

Briti.sh East Indies 

British Possessions, 
n. e. s.: 

Aden , 

Other 

Sweden and Norway 

Netherlands .* 

Unijruay 

Turkey, European 

Nicaragua 

Denmark 

Costa Rica 

Hondaras 

Ecuador 

Austria-Hungary 

Salvador , 

British Africa 

Itiily 

Russia, Asiatic 

British West Indies 

Africa, n.o.B , 

Guatemala 

Santo Domingo 

Madagascar .'. 

Peru 

BritishHonduras 

Japan 

Dutch West Indies 

Egypt 

Bermuda 

Chile 

Dutch East Indies 

Danish West Indies.... 

Spain 

French Oceania 



Pounds. 



{c) 



Pounds. u 

33,836,072 

10, 23!, 542 

9,212,006 

10. 18U. 305 

8, 525, 411 

1.378,609 

I 0,800,869 

2, 429. 505 

2.111,912 

1.U65.974 

778, 485 

125.917 

42. 238, 107 

i 1,248.661 

4, 5.37. 519 

5, 264, 782 

5,561,692 



I 

r) Pounds. (g) 

26,509,765 

I 6.868,282 

I 4,907,300 

16, 710. 663 

1, 700; 725 

5, 9.39, 102 

7,568,351 

1,236,369 

5. 898, 641 

1, 064. 686 

1, 289, 372 

I 319. 405 

'38, 449, 423 

I 2,452.850 

I 5, 729, 132 

6,751,422 

I 9,089.321 



} 10,850 

510, 438 
367, 220 
14,154,092 
343. 546 
384, \m 
867. 048 
471.423 
1G4.887 
1,044.329 
152, 971 
6;*, 475 
141,622 
139, :n 8 



/ 96, 523 

\ 

422, 321 

400. 201 

13. 538. 885 

408, 772 

557, 207 

94,097 

545, 556 

254, 703 

1,343.050 

628, 039 

33, 197 

416, 060 

407,801 



Pounds.ig) 

30. 004, 229 
4, 243, 744 
4, 840, 099 

21, 973, 790 
2, 100. 704 
2.168,511 
9, 783, 231 
1,836,487 
3, 181, 005 
1,106,281 
4, 045, 266 
122,625 

26, 615, 072 
9. 440, 670 
4, 633, 199 
5, 263, 788 
5, 179, 158 



37,765 



Pounde.{h) 

22,644,254 

6, 328, 999 

4,993,096 

4, 763, 745 

2, 595, 788 

1,693,754 

1, 407, 701 

1,291,322 

1,289,424 

1, 223, 152 

962,385 

688.648 

568,976 

511,867 

477. 356 

477, 352 

441,707 



428.945 



845,408 I 
63,560 I 
11,972,951 
332,086 
708. 403 
1,367.91)0 
450,311 
296, 397 
939, 240 
10, 440 
91,606 
1,232,681 I 
48,995 



78,733 


84. 716 


69, 336 


47, .'{05 


111,064 


46, 831 


317, 560 1 


357, 991 


278, 050 


67, 829 


228. 627 


126, 413 


847, .Wl 


167,005 1 


212. 135 


162. 296 1 


283,780 1 


236, 360 


40,317 1 


62, 896 

912 . 
16, 874 


87, 493 


46,' 175 I 


8,855 


1.179 . 


. .. 1. 





134,506 I 



871 t 
18,474 { 



12.'>, 140 

135, 950 

5,893 I 

2. 520 

209,754 I 

700 ' 



39,085 



97 
50, 043 



369,193 

362, 813 

316, 173 

188.358 

155.033 

55,027 

51, 409 

49,124 

48,073 

45. 841 

44, 774 

40,662 

13,441 

10,900 

10,366 

9,894 

9,011 

7.632 

5,246 

4,910 

4,506 

4,427 

4,106 

2,750 

1,645 

210 

200 

179 

148 

103 I 



Pounds, (b) 

22. 014, 254 

6, 328. 999 

4,993,006 

4,763,745 

2. 595, 788 

1.693,754 

1,407,701 

1,291.322 

1,289,424 

1,223,152 

962,385 

688,548 

568.976 

511,867 

477,356 

477.352 

441, 707 



428,945 I 

360, 193 I 

362. 813 

316, 173 I 

188.358 I 

155,033 ! 

65,027 

54,409 

40,124 

48,073 

45,841 

44.774 

40,602 

13,441 

10,900 

10,366 

0,894 

9,011 

7,632 

5,246 

4,910 

4,506 

4,427 

4,106 

2,750 

1,645 

210 

209 

179 

148 

103 



I 



till 



a Exclusive of hides of cattle from 
Hawaiian Islands (free of duty). 

b Statistics for 189H only. 

c Not stated. 

d Included in •* Hides and skins, other than 
furs, not elsewhere specified." 



Peret. 

41.47 

11.59 

9.14 

8.72 

4.75 

3.10 

2.58 

2.37 

2 H6 

2.24 

1.76 

1.26 

1.(4 

.94 

.87 

.87 

.81 



.79 

.68 
.66 
.58 
.35 
.28 
.10 
.10 
.09 
.09 
.08 
08 
.07 
.03 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.(■2 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



e Excoj)t sheepskins with the wool on. 
/For values, see page 36. 
a Including hides of cattle. 
A Including hides of cattle from the 
Hawaiian I.<dands (free of duty). 

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SOURCES OF AGBICULTUKAL IMPORTS. 



87 



Quantities of the agricultural imports of the United States (animal matter), etc. — Cont'd. 
HIDES AXD SKIXS, (a) OTHER THAN FUKS, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFJED— Conlinued. 



Countries from which 




Years ended June 30 — 




Annual average, 
1894-1898. 


imported. 


1894. 1895. 1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


Haiti 


Povnd*. 


Pmtnd8.{b)\Pound».{b) 

50,154 02.479 


Pmtnds.(b) 
96,543 


Pounds, (e) 1 Pounds.(d\ Perct. 


French Africa. 


69,523 
71,060 


109, 170 

2,050 
19, 353 


1 


NewfoundlaDdand Lab- 
rador 


0,23G 


1 


Portugaeiio Africa 

l*Arainiay ...... 


1 J 


19, 117 
11,684 






1 


Tripoli 


873 
1,628 








Dutch G uiaiia 


7, 293 






Miqnelon. Langley, etc. 
British Guiana 


6,000 








1,300 






Gibraltar -. 


785 






1 


Portugal 


239 
42 


i ! . - 


Liberia 






1 1 


Total 











(f) 


172,336,2fc3 


163,650,982 


156,232,824 


54,607.5:J4 54. 607, 5:54 , 100.00 



HIDE.S AND SKINS, (a) OTHER THAN FURS (TOTAL). (/) 



United Kingdom — 

Argentina 

British EaHt Indies . 

Canada 

France 

Umzuay 

Mexico .' 



ijemiany 

Brazil 

Venezuela 

Colombia 

China 

Kiiiwia, European 

lielgium 

Cuba 

British l*o8HeHsionA, 
n. e. 8.: 

Aden 

Kalta, (iozo, etc... 

Other 

British Anstralaaia . . 

Africa, n. e. 8 

Switzerland 

Tarkey, European 

British Africa 

Aostria-Hungary 

French Africa 

Hawaiian Islands 

Ecuador ^ (<) 

Netherlands 

Peru 

Sweden and Norway... 

Denmark 

Italy 

Nicaragua 

Turkey, Asiatic 

CosUKica 

Spain 

Madagascar 

Guatemala 

Santo Domingo • 

Honduras ■ 

EgTP^ 

Hwti 

British West Indies 

I>utch Weat ludiea 

Chile 

Salvador 

Dutch East Indies 

Bermuda 

Portuguese Africa 

Bntish Honduras 

Servia 

Asia, n. o, H 

Portugal 

New fuundland and Lab- 
rador 

aExcept aheepskins with the wool on. 
b Including hides of cattle. 



Pounds. I Pounds. rmiudt, 

37,820.114 29, .'i:;'!, 005 

44,218,185 40. 4>li>, gr>2 

17,269,111 119, +1 1,7(17 

16,254,253 16, 710,C«3 

13,741,232 T,&57 397 

14,156,450 13, r.;tii.(5^ 

10,316,306 10,007+02 

12,732,198 1,M'J. iSS 

5,041,228 it,Tfi:i,4»S 

6,357,929 T.oMH:^ 

5,516,188 7, OKU, 155 

4,067,990 HJl,»Ta 

4.091,222 J,4Hi.2:i3 

8,612,267 1,715.2^ 

1,248,661 J,4r)3, 850 



) (3, 7g(J, 

k 755, 464 I 21, 






1.378,609 I s'mioS 
1,579,926 t!,4flO.70l 



2,446.384 

1,607,715 

596,075 

1, 323, 846 

1,447,666 

1, 065, 974 

1,053,853 

645, 737 

1,051,288 

595, 714 

867, 648 

665, 772 

885. 373 

1,070,263 

475,467 

230.804 

858, 476 

317,566 

217, 752 

166,325 

250,010 

108,586 

178,056 

149, 204 

78, 217 

66.464 

26,874 

134,506 

29,608 

40, 317 

38,995 

96,056 

231 

71,060 



Pound*. 

37,437.185 

29,178,720 

12,347.155 

21.973,790 

9, 873. 797 

11,972.951 

13, 104, 630 

6,771.880 

6.760.212 

5,892,990 

5,589,311 

6,136,410 

3, 255, 742 

2,120.779 

9,440,670 



3,450,746 
23,287 



1,2C3.02'J 

1,772.03-i 

<Hi7. fiti:i 

8B2, :f68 
I,fJ64,etMl 
1 . 370, 9-i^ 

747. il4 

x.m.vm 

45B, 77ri 
94,007 

84:i, sati 

357. 207 
414.581 
547, 322 

187, tm 

:m, 991 

258. 77 1 
246, Slrt 

iM, im 

UO, U(i 
118,020 
193, 037 
33,344 
81,848 
125, 140 
88,301 
62,896 
98,608 
43, 379 
12,458 

2,050 ■ 



2,168,511 

1,689,498 

1,836.487 

1, 769, 178 

1,702,212 

801,987 

607. 524 

1, 122. 290 

953 696 

493, 347 

933,424 

936.692 

1, 374, 458 

420, 015 

708, 403 

314, 423 

456, 373 

298,729 

212, 135 

273,056 

251,745 

296,397 

114,202 

186, 987 

123, 957 

101,704 

103, 103 

91,722 

76, 519 

39. 085 

111,415 

87,493 

42, 102 



15, 197 
0,230 



Pounds. 

46, 704, 190 

22, 736, 807 

23, 458, 498 

14,139,745 

20, 364, 177 

8, 794. 520 

13, 190, 070 

13,870,105 

10.740.493 

8,111,835 

6,758,993 

8. 0.12, 316 

6, 864, 084 

4,130.421 

3, 327, 132 



4, 674, 610 
37, 527 




3, 455, 400 

2, 743, 565 

2, 202, 714 

2, 067, 673 

2, 484. 414 

1, 419, 045 

2, 1 14, 592 

1, 236, 252 

1, 062, 047 

2, 288, 345 

861,653 

1, 936. 991 

417, 388 

827.840 

533, 565 

321,897 

604.983 

650.289 

195. 243 

342, 672 

279, 937 

173, 999 

132. 468 

237,684 

182. 413 

140, 266 

84. 591 

207,569 

192, 234 

33,992 

64,958 

69, 734 

56,184 



100, 342 



3, 937, 263 

3, 2.15. 405 

2,118,422 

1,937,152 

1,804,149 

1,437,576 

1,383,925 

1, 263, 037 

1, 122, 300 

1,110,130 

1,043.711 

996.026 

982, 294 

688, 398 

689.518 

546, 134 

530. 201 

521.036 

379, 079 

358. 237 

r>22, 821 

285, 600 

223, 873 

185. 800 

173,070 

156, 218 

127, 299 

114.737 

99,775 

94.309 

83,181 

73, 571 

65,110 

58, 972 

34, 859 

32, 057 



1.77 

1.46 
.95 

.H7 
.81 
.65 
.02 
.57 
.50 
.50 
.47 
.45 
.44 
.31 
.31 
.25 
.24 
.23 
.17 
.16 
.15 
.13 
.10 
.08 
.08 
.07 
.06 
.05 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.01 



riSt.iti8tic8 for 1898 only. 
0NotBtate<l. 



c Including hides of cattle fnim the Haw.iiian Islands (free of duty). 



19,837 i .01 

/For values, sec page 37. 
(7 Annual average, 1895-1898. 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



88 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quantities of the agricultural imports of the United States (animal matter), etc. — Cont'd. 
HIDES AND SKINS, (a) OTHER THAN FURS (TOTAL)-Coiitinued. 



Countriea from which 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual avenge, 


imported. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


18M-1898. 


Tripoli 


Pounds, 
(c) 


Pounds. 
16,652 


Pounds. 
18,013 


Pounds. 
36,319 


Pounds. 


Pounds, (by PsreL 
17.496 1 0.01 


French Weat Indies. . . . 


67,215 


16, 804 . 01 


Philippine Islands 

Spanish Africa 


8,826 


26,132 
32,782 
16,728 
6,837 




8,740 ^ 






8,196 
5,858 
5.386 
4,779! 

4,650 
2,725 ; 
2,230 
1.968 
1,735 
1,500 
340 
11 1 




Gibraltar 


6,702 
4,133 
19, 117 








Danish West Indies. . . . 
Paraguay 


4.409 


6,163 




AKores, and Madeira 
Islands 






18,600 
10,900 




Russia, Asiatic 

Dutch G uiana 








\ .02 




1,628 
700 
912 


7.293 




French Oceania 




7.251 
6,029 




Japan 








Miquelon, Laneley,etc. 
British Guiana 


6,000 








1,860 


:::::::::;:: 




Liberia 




42 














1' 


Total 


(c) 


226,575.745 


210,398,011 


206,100,844 


246,774,616 


222,212,304 


100.00 







HONEY, id) 



Mexico 


53,600 

02,188 

32, 380 

1,486 


Gallons. 

28.164 

30,113 

7,188 

188 

90 

720 


Gallons. 

26,702 

23,018 

20,520 

5,022 

3,597 

683 


Gallons. 

27,570 

8,036 

19,874 

8,081 

6,286 

948 

225 


Gallons. 
78,822 


Gallons. 

42,972 

23,671 

17,718 

4,208 

2,275 

931 

206 

124 

122 

95 

82 

62 

47 

30 

26 

15 

15 

11 

8 

1 

3 

1 


Peret. 
46.39 


Cuba 


25.56 


Santo Domin so. ... . . . 


8,625 
6,264 
1,399 
655 
256 
67 
100 
152 


19 13 


Haiti 


4.54 


British West Indies. . - . 


2.46 


Canada 


1.748 

550 

286 

8 

29 
18 
260 
30 
47 
3 


1 01 


Puerto Rico 


.22 


Switzerland 


235 

503 

8 

5 

1 

34 

42 

5 

74 
10 
5 
36 


32 


13 


Hawaiian Islands 




.13 


Italy 


182 
153 


105 
232 


.10 


Belgium 


.09 


French Oceania 




.06 


France 


8 

,1 


7 
9 
37 


158 
7 
8 


.05 


Germany 


.03 


United Kingdom 

EevDt 


.03 

.02 


Portugal . ' 






64 


.02 


Turkey, Asiatic 

Greece 


6 
2 


26 

1 
16 


20 
2 


.01 




.01 


Japan 






N^thAflflT^rln 




15 








Turkey, European 








13 
8 




British Possessions, 
n. e. s. : 
Aden 


) ' 




/ 




.01 


Other 

Brazil 


8 


I 








China 









6 
















ToUl 


152, 643 


67, 444 


79,985 


66, 432 


96,604 


92,622 


100.00 



OILS, ANIMAL, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED, EXCEPT WHALE AND FISH. 


(«") 


Germany 

Canada 

Switzerland ......... 


GaUonit. 
1,060 
2,080 


Gallons. 
47 

807 


Gallons. 

24,550 

9.542 

2,578 

562 


Gallons. 

37, 762 

161 


Gallons. 
6,500 
8,320 


Gallon*. 

13, 7M 

4,182 

515 

232 

90 

82 

68 
18 

4 

i 


Peret. 
72.63 
22.04 
2.71 


United Kingdom --- 


555 




41 


1.22 


Peru 


450 




.47 


Sweden and Norwav 


51 




360 




.43 


Newfoundland au4\ Lab- 
rador 


35 
61 


802 


.36 


Honekonir 1 




31 
20 


.09 


itaiy...^.. .:.;... .;;:.'-.:.:.:: 






.02 


China 


7 








.01 


Cuba 


4 









.01 


Janan - 




4 







.01 


*^ 










Total 


3,597 


1,404 


37, 330 


38,334 


14,163 


18,978 


100.00 



a Except sheepskins with the wool on. 
b Annual average, 1895-1888. 



e Not stated. 

d For values, seo i>age i 



e For values, see page 38. 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



89 



QuaniiHet of the agricultural imparts of the United States {animal matter), etc, — Cont'd. 

OLBOSTEARIN. (a) 



CoantriM from wbioh 


1894. 


Years ended Jane 80— 




Annual average. 


imported. 


1885. 


1896. 1 1897. 


1898. 


1884-1896. 


Fnmee 


Pounds. 


Pounds. 


Pounds. Pounds. 
199,275 


Pounds. 


Pounds. 
39,855 
38.278 
26,535 


Per ct: 
38.08 


United Kingdom 






191,391 




86.57 


AaAtrJA-HoDgary 






332,675 1 




25.35 














Total 


1 


523,341 ' 




104,668 


100.00 




1 







SAUSAGE, BOLOGNA, (a) 



Gennanj 

Italy 

France 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom. 
Cuba.. 



Hongkong 
Anstria-Hnngary . 



Pounds. 



(e) 



ngkong . 

Atria-Hn 

Spain 

Portugal .. 
Denmark. 



ToUl. 



(c) 



Pounds. 



(e) 



(c) 



350,200 



Pounds. 


Pounds, 


828,205 


298,822 


22.069 


18,025 


7,546 


5.881 


100 


4,144 


464 


302 


385 


328 


220 


353 


220 


91 


51 


86 




22 




16 



Pounds. 



(c) 



Pounds.(b) 

313. 513 

20,047 

6,718 

2,122 

383 

356' 

287 

156 

69 

11 



Psr ct. 

91.23 

5.83 

1.95 

.62 

.11 

.10 

.08 

.05 

.02 

\ .01 



(0 



343,670 100.00 



Quantitiee of the agricultural imports of the United States (vegetable matter)^ by articles 
and coufi tries f during the five fiscal years 1894-1898, 

AKGOLS, OR WINE LEES, (d) 



Cooatriea from which 
imported. 



Team ended June 30— 



i 



1894. 



Italy 

France 

Spain 

Portugal 

Aoatna-Hungary . 

Switzerland 

United Kingdom.. 
British Africa.... 

Piench Africa 

Clille 

Belgiom 

Peru. 



Germany. 



Pounds. 

12. 950. 805 

6, 197, 739 

1,932.047 

1, 110. 773 

38,603 

88,774 

5,624 



23,540 



8,775 



1895. 



Pounds. 

14,680,258 

10,273,129 

1,486,336 

827,084 

470, 521 

19,306 

87,904 

14,549 

74,443 



10,796 



7,500 I 



3,800 
2,906 



1896. 



Pounds. 

15,550,508 

9. 249, 708 

1, 479, 962 

1,435,496 

592,330 

61,621 

37.546 

66,319 



5,175 



Total 22,373,180 27,911,122 128,481,665 



1897. 



Pounds. 

14, 845. 128 

6.586,274 

1, 045, 4M 

1, 224, 825 

156,451 

43,707 

28,770 

15,895 



11,045 



23, 457. 576 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



Pounds. 

11,812,060 

4,578.907 

1, 103, 113 

1,051,155 

406, 014 

100, 191 

29,313 

38,891 

23,375 

44, 110 



15,500 



Pounds. 

13, 869, 552 

7,377,151 

1.411,387 

1, 129, 867 

382, 784 

63,338 

27,831 

27.131 

24, 272 

8,822 

7,158 

3,100 

2,200 

581 



19, 202, 629 



24, 285, 234 



Perct. 

57. U 

30.38 

5.81 

4.65 

1.37 

.26 

.12 

.11 

.10 

.04 

.03 

.01 

\ .01 



BARLEY, (d) 



Canada 


Bushsls. 
790,784 


BusheU. 

2.002,038 

106,825 

7,421 

457 

36 

39 


Bushels. 
836,589 


Bushels. 
1, 271, 654 


BusheU. 
124,768 


BusheU. 

1, 005, 166 

21,365 

1,587 

199 

28 


Per ct. 
97.74 


Rnaaia, Rnropean . ^ t- 


2 08 


Gennaav 




513 

212 

11 






.15 


Mexico .::::::: ... 


204 

50 

15 

6 


109 
18 
6 


11 
25 


02 


Italy 


\ 


gnited Kingdom 

Netherlands 


12 1 


50 
9 




11 01 
11 


Japan 










ckS;;:;;;:;;;;;;::::. 


2 











J 














Total 


791,061 


2,116,816 


837,884 


1, 271, 787 


124,804 


1,028,370 ; 100.00 









a For values, see page 40. 
b Annual average. 1896-1897. 



e Not stated. 

d For values, see page 41. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



90 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quantitiee of the agricultural imports of the rnited States {regetable matter), elc. — Cont'd. 

CORN (MAIZE), (a) 



CoimtrieA from which 


1894. 

Bushels. 

1,428 

741 

8 

22 


Yean ended Juno 30— 




Annual average, 


imported. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1894-1898. 


Mexico. » 


Bushels. 

15, 163 

1,406 

3 

3 


Bushels. 

3,301 

1,017 

20 


Butliels. 
2,637 
3,604 

7 

10 
11 
9 
6 


Bushels. 
1.263 
2, 146 

1 


Bushels. \ Per el. 
4, 759 79_ 51 


Canada 


1,783 
9 
7 
2 


27.17 


Cuba 


.14 


British \Ve8t Indies 


.11 


Colombia 




.03 


(Japan 










2 1 -OA 


Belgium 










1 


.01 














Total 


2,190 


16,575 


4,338 


6,284 


3,417 


6,563 


100.00 



OATS, (a) 



Canada 

United Kingdom. 

Germany 

Denmark 

Italy 

France 

Mexico 

Netherlands 



Bushels. 

0,838 

1.474 

13 



Bushels. I 
306, 178 I 
2,083 
41 



Bushels. Bushels. 

44, 206 44, 996 

3, 233 I 1, 436 



1 



«l 



52 

7 



Bushels. I 
8,638 
431 , 
12 



Total. 



8,345 I 308,308 



47, 506 



46, 459 I 



9,098 



Bushels. 

82, 171 

1,732 

13 

12 

9 



83,943 



Peret. 

97.89 

2.06 

.03 

.01 

.01 

I .»! 



100.00 



OATMEAL, (b) 



United Kingdom 

Canada 

Sweden and Norway 

Franco 

Germany , 

Belgium 



Powids. 

418, 585 

2,819 



Pounds. 1 Pounds. 

389,486 ! 339,597 

6, 690 3, 327 



258 
220 
330 



Total ' 421.450 396,176! 343,732 



Pounds. 

255.849 

1,261,960 

7.000 



Pounds. 
247, 383 
38,405 



600 



2,100 
22 



1, 525. 409 I 287, 910 



Pounds. 

330, 180 

262,640 

1,400 

472 

179 

66 



594,937 



Peret. 
55.50 
44.15 
.23 
.08 
.03 
.01 

100.00 







RYE. {h) 










Canada 


Bushels. 
50 


Bushels. Bushels. 
12, 627 40 
1-34 113 
79 


Bushels. 
12 
60 


Bushels. 

32, 615 

323 


Bushels. 

9,069 

126 

16 

10 


Peret. 

98.30 


Germany 


1.37 


Kussia European 




]7 


United' Kingdom 




50 ::::::::::::::::::::;:: 




. 11 


France 




28 




5 


} .05 


Mexico 




1 ,. 












Total 


50 


12, 918 154 


72 


32, OItt* 


9.220 100. on 




• 





WHEAT. (6) 



Canailn 

Germany 

Mexico 

Turkey, European.. 

Chile 

Britinli AuHtralasia . 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Italy 

KuHsia, European... 

Argentina 

I'nited Kingdom 

France 

Netherlands 

Belgium 

Denmark 



Bushels. 

1,180,417 
533 
102 



Bushels. 

1,426,793 

1,150 

900 

494 

590 

42 

6 



Bushels. I 
2,107,747 
655 

815 
105 



Bushels. 

1,533,094 
348 
490 



10 



Total 1,181,060 I 1,429,993 



213 
243 
32 
132 
10 
15 
3 



108 
10 
62 



2,110,030 1,534,117 



Btuhfls. 

2. 045, 799 
458 
224 



2, 046, 500 



Bushels. 

1,658,770 

629 

506 

132 

118 

73 

52 

41 

26 

4 

4 



1,660.358 



Per ct. 
09.00 
.04 
.03 
.01 
.01 



100.00 



a For values, see page 41. 



b For values, Heo page 42. 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOUBCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



91 



QuantUien of the agricultural imports of the United States {vegetable fnatter), etc, — Cont'd. 

WHEAT FLOUR, (o) 




Canada, 
France 
Mexico 
A UAtria- H aneary 

Italy 

United Kingdom 

Uelcinm 

Tarkej, European 
Hongkong 
GeriDAny . . 

Japan 

BritJah East Indies 

Chile 

Turkey, Asiatic 

China 

Kuasia, European 

Britiah Africa 

Sweden and Norway 
Colombia 



Total 



CHOCOLATE, OTHER THAN CONFECTIONERY AND SWEETENED CHOCOLATE, (c) 



I 

Germany 

France 

Nf-ttaerlands 

Uiiiled Kiuedom ' 

Switzerlaml. 

Venezuela 

Cuba 

Mexico — 
Belgium.. 

Canada 

l>ntcb WeRtlndit-H ' 

Eouador 

BriUflh West Indies 1 

Italv ; 

Spaib ! 

Anatria-Hungar}' 

Denmark 

Haiti 



Pounds. 

436,133 

298,608 

75, 657 

102. 839 

38,049 

8,961 

2,604 

1,426 

3,801 

180 



Pounds. 

500,694 

214, 640 

65,927 

60,346 

39,089 

7.349 

3,847 

2,323 

1.690 

1,083 



1,217 
824 , 



Pounds. 

795. 085 

155, 805 

81,258 

43,624 

46. 046 

13,110 

3, 779 

2, 043 

12 

2,677 

2.028 



27 
192 



Puerto Rico 

British Guiana. 
Dutch Guiana... 



Total 



12 



969,855 I 807,637 



Poundn. 

1,014,258 

238,239 

90.782 

47,836 

65, 303 

5,327 

3, 285 

2,075 

90 



-I 



Pounds. 

671.372 

175, 750 

94,430 

27,528 

17, 024 

2,224 

1,313 

2,075 I 

ios'l 



2 I 

300 
139 



75 

107 



37 I 

90 i 
192 I 



145 



Pounds. 

083, 509 

216, 608 

81,591 

56,335 

41, 102 

7,394 

2,966 

1,988 

1,119 

810 

406 

243 

178 

116 

95 

86 

44 

21 

19 

13 



Peret. 
62. 44 

19.79 

7.45 

5.15 

3.75 

.68 

.27 

.18 

.10 

.07 

.04 

.02 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 



.01 



1,467,977 



.992,288 1,094,645 . 100. OO 



COCOA, OR CACAO, CIIUDE. AND LEAVES AND SHELLS OF. (t/) 



Britiah West Indies. . . 

iHitch Guiana 

Braiil 

Kcnador 

I'nitcd Kingdom 

Venezuela 

Netherlands 

Haiti 

Colombia 

^^iermany -- 

^^to Domingo 

British East I ndi4>^« ... 
Dntch.'ast udie-s - — 

Portugal.... 

Mexi«> 

France 

British-Guiaiia 



*ounds. 
241,208 
790, 124 
014. 012 
14:^, 190 
481,174 
544, {»26 
48:}. 274 
247, 605 
246. 801 
66.193 
48. 262 
187,113 
40,635 



Poundfi. 

10,517,240 

5. 923. 6;U 

4. 264, 701 

3, 886, .585 

1, 879, 941 

644, 639 

489,417 

363, 341) 

587, 742 

322, 820 

51,014 

116, 462 



6.967 I 
2.638 



132. 9^9 
88.921 I 



a VoT values, see page 42. 
b Less than ono-halt barrel. 



Pounds. 

7,514.394 

6, 056, 8:{2 

3. Ofia, 758 

1,922,081 

1, 894, 816 

1,005,095 

781, 794 

467, 375 

127. 335 

28. 921 

217, 050 

102,896 



2,418 

240 

14,440 

10, 385 



Pounds. 

11,408,950 

6, 240, 6:i7 

4,330,178 

3.315,200 

2, 0G5, 693 

1.017,968 

1,074,195 

660, 900 

110,314 

222, 493 

130, 414 

05.593 

1.240 

2.387 

42,915 

35. 017 



Pounds. 


Pounds. 


Per ct. 


0, 425, 596 


9.233.480 


30.25 


0, .''.90,752 


5,922,196 


23.25 


1,370,810 


•2,810.892 


11.04 


2. .'JOO, 134 


2.754.639 


10.82 


1,960,626 


1,776,450 


0.98 


953,711 


833. 268 


3.27 


722. 579 


710. 252 


2.79 


732, 233 


494, 293 


L94 


207, 511 


255,941 


1.00 


246, 012 


177,289 


.70 


130, 131 


115,374 


.45 


31,617 


100, 730 


.40 


343,997 


77, 174 


.30 


278.288 


56,619 


.22 


13,243 


39,271 


.15 


101,876 


38, 578 


.15 


85,063 


19.090 


.07 



e For vhIiu'8, see ]>age 43. 
d For value.s, aeo page 44. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



92 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quaniitiea of the affHculiuralimporis of the United States {vegetable maiier), etc. — Cont'd. 
COCOA, OR CACAO, CRUDE, AND LEAVES AND SHELLS OF— Continued. 



Countries from wliicb 




Years ended June 30— 




Annual ayerage, 


imported. 


1894. 


1805. 


1890. 


1897. 


1808. 


1894-1898. 


China 


Pounds. 
32,000 


Pounds. 
29,000 
43,870 


Pounds. 

22,400 

559 


Pounds. 


Pounds. 


Pounds. 
16,680 
8,886 
7,780 
5,801 
5.362 
2,306 
1,396 
1,360 

1,328 

1,217 

320 

800 

93 

76 

31 

10 


Peru. 
07 


Cuba 






03 


Belgium 


28,433 
8,052 
9,000 


10,467 
5,069 
2,100 
4,820 


i 

669 


.03 


Peru 




15, 313 
15,084 
6,710 


.02 


Guateninln 


625 


02 


Dutch WeRt Indies 




01 


Salvador 


4.050 
6,800 


2, 931 




.01 


Hondnras , -r^-. 








.01 


British rossessions, 
n.e. B 


6,640 
4,384 








.01 


Danish West Indies . . . 


1.701 








Canada 


1,602 








Turkey, European 






1,500 




Liberia 


467 
250 






.01 


Costa Rica 


132 










Tonga, Samoa, etc 







156 




Nicaragua 






50 
















Total 


17.634,770 


29, 307, 048 


23,276,597 


31, 406, 612 


25,717,404 


25,468,488 


100.00 



COCOA, OR CACAO, PREPARED OR MANUFACTURED, (o) 



Netherlands 

United Kingdom 

Germany 

France 


1 Pounds. 

.1 888,315 

. 275,535 

120, 607 

.' 4,418 

.'I ioo' 

.1 4,920 
.1 110 


Pounds. 

962. 212 

278, 836 

167,100 

24,100 

5.764 

330 

200 


Pounds. 

804,761 

178, 436 

257,321 

29 


Pounds. 

924,015 

256,240 

306, 727 

986 

3,884 


Pounds. 
595, 631 
85,968 
118,189 


Pounds. 

836.087 

214,003 

193,990 

6,907 

4,228 

1,271 

1,219 

470 

410 

140 

41 

8 

6 

4 

2 


Peret. 

66.45 

17.03 

15.43 

.47 


Switzerland 


11,493 
2,493 


.34 


Venesnela 


3,433 
224 


.10 


Belgium 


761 
2,160 


.10 


Canada 


78 
2,062 


04 


Aden 






.03 


Austria- Hungary 

Denmark 

Dutch West Indies 


.| 700 












28 


105 


54 
.42 


20 




Colombia 


-1 25 

.1 20 

9 








V .01 


British East Indies . 












Italy 






















Total 


.; 1,294,759 


1, 433, 576 


1,244,309 


1,495,459 


815.824 


1.256,785 


100.00 



COFFEE, (a) 



Braeil..: 

Venezuela 

Mexico 

Colombia 

Costa Rica 

Guatemala 

Dutch East Indies 

Salvador 

Germany 

Haiti 

British West Indies. . . . 

United Kingdom 

British Possessions, 
n.e. s. : 

Aden 

Other 

Netherlands 

British East Indies 

France 

Nicaragua 

Ecuador 

China 

Belgium 

Austria-Hungary 



Pounds, 
377,825,962 
16.515,888 
38,160,641 

2, 659, 100 
12. 431, 806 
13,829,301 
15.719,810 
18, 148, 884 

9, 038, 124 
57.048 

8.266,721 

8, 826, 659 



}4, 248, 976 

4, 946, 519 
1,459,218 
10, 532, 822 
2,605.6:;6 
1, 163, 375 
861,654 
392,009 
1,273,740 



Pounds. 
435,871,706 
52, 710, 462 
35, 262. 229 
10, 888. 132 
17, 332, 632 
16, 230. 232 

8, 929, 680 
21,597,825 

6, 648, 250 
12, 575, 638 

6, 189, 000 

6,070,634 



3, 576, 

6,730, 

3,235, 

3.993, 

8, 151 

1,070, 

707, 

354, 

154, 



Pounds, 
395.106,568 
52. 019, 994 
23.975,477 
19,228,311 
17, 065, 026 
12, 252, 737 
15, 235, 133 
7. 462, 687 
2. 527, 146 
6, 036, 0O6 
4, 052. 602 
5.571,734 



4, 721, 487 



8,217,603 

4, 280, 191 

1.064,725 

1, 632. 937 

1, 371, 993 

860.406 

697,609 

354, 042 



Pounds. 

542,857,265 

58, 913, 154 

28. 833, 870 

20, 939, 628 

19,300,381 

11,569,772 

11, 001, 036 

7, 147, 369 

5, 636. 746 

7, 299, 778 

3,132,771 

2, 986, 695 



5, 118, 380 



2,808,082 
3, 050, 848 
466. 877 
2, 432, 472 
193, 431 
781, 601 
393,512 
94,054 



Pounds. 

661, 009, 272 

62,983,327 

34,721,168 

26, 866, 104 

13,748,644 

12,443,464 

14,879,942 

7, 559, 110 

7, 333, 801 

2. 786, 961 

2,815,071 

], 586, 857 



4, 741, 556 



2, 409, 967 
0, 457, 883 

859, 019 
1,815,716 

156,563 

656,603 
1,122,599 

679,887 



Pounds. 
482.634,154 
48, 628, 565 
32. 190, 677 
16,116,256 
15,975,678 
13, 266, 101 
13,153,122 
12, 383, 075 
6.036.815 
6, 751, 186 
4,891,233 
4, 808. 516 



4,481,338 

3.822,468 

3,606,763 

3,383,400 

2, 831, 600 

791,114 

773,003 

592,041 

611, 176 



Peret. 

7LI3 

7.17 

4.75 

2.38 

2.35 

LOO 

L94 

L82 

.89 

.85 

.72 

.71 



.06 

.56 
.&4 
.50 

.:u 

.12 

.11 

.00 
.07 



a For values, see page 44. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



80UBCE8 OF AGBICULTUBAL IMPORTS. 



93 



QuaniiHes of the agricultural imparU of the United States (vegetable matter), etc, — ^Cont'd. 

COFFBR— Ck>iitiin]ed . 



Coantriee from which 
imported. 



Tears ended Jane 30— 



189i. 



Pounds. 
09 
393,707 
108,265 



1895. 



Portugal 

UoDduraa 

Hairaiian Islands . . 
Dntcli West Indies 

»anto Domingo ' 283,920 

PuertoRico i 372,427! 

Italy 228,799 I 

Peru 145,048 

66,840 
208,288 1 



1896. 



Liberia 

Africa, n.e.8 

Hongkong 

Britbh Anstralaaia . . 

Asia, n. e. s 

Canada 

British Africa 

Duteh Guiana 

British Hondnixw 

Philippine Islands . . . 

Denmark 

French Oceania 

Tonga, Samoa, etc 

Cuba 

French Africa 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Japan 

French West Indies . 

cffie:!*.']".".'.'.*.".'.*.'" 

Bermuda 

Switserland 

Danish West Indies. . 



21,040 
12,442 
75,182 
17, 916 
4,400 



Poundi. 
150 
583,619 
183,680 
373, 796 
322,592 
66,782 I 

'131,' 806' 
55,261 
ll,4:<7 I 

795 
47,304 
58,700 
13,929 
8,032 
36,371 
17,217 



Poundt. 

676,291 

197,804 

131,343 

4,400 

241.116 

150,649 

28,583 

62,344 

63,052 



1897. 



Pounds. 
1,235.293 
528,551 
376. 484 
39,579 
48, 571 
133, 083 
129,320 
21,061 
41,908 



29,834 
71,428 
12,200 
11,958 
22, 108 
1,974 



24,660 j 



9,720 ' 



13,274 
"4,*678 



16 1 



16 



528 : 

50 



160 
313 



88 



53,332 

51,561 

7,229 



5,669 
4,400 |. 
4,300 I. 



1,996 I 

300 I 
85 



1898. 

Pounds. 

445, 016 

295,931 

704, 113 

582, 312 

44,405 

180,834 

180,332 

63,587 

55,860 



46,666 
10.602 
16,000 
20,141 
2,823 
36 
23,188 



""675*1 
13, 351 



650 



97,943 
21,306 
28,279 
66,687 



43,660 
20.547 



154 
44,800 
2,576 



3,724 
'"325" 



100 



Total 550,934,337652;208^975 580,507,915 737, 645, 670 870, 514, 466 678,380,270 1 100.00 



I 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



Pounds, 

471.370 

399,922 

300, 777 

200,017 

188. 121 

182,555 

113,007 

84,660 

56,396 

43,945 

35,048 

30,127 

27,244 

24,881 

21,629 

19,991 

13,070 

10,666 

10, 312 

9,063 

8,996 

7,179 



745 
404 



Perct. 
0.07 
.06 
.04 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 



190 
20 
18 
10 



CHICORY ROOT, RAW, UNGROUND. (o) 



Bdginm 

Germany 

Xetherlanda 

France 

United Kingdom . . 

Denmark 

Auatrla-Hnngary . 



Total. 



Pounds. 

6,805,879 
909,066 
116,404 



30,194 



7,951,042 



Pounds. 
9, 512, 896 



4,410 



26,880 



9,544,186 



Pounds. 

15,354,918 

77,106 

294,811 

96,653 



Pounds. 

15, 607, 914 

464,737 

777,511 



18.467 



15,841,965 



16, 930, 162 



Pounds. 
234,060 
26,307 
51, 178 



2,826 



2,328 



315, 707 



Pounds. 

9, 639, 035 

293,243 

248,863 

li», 330 

6,604 

5,376 

4,150 



10,116,610 



Perot. 

94.29 

2.90 

2.46 

.19 

.07 

.05 

.04 



100.00 



CHICORT ROOT. ROASTED. GROUND, OR OTHERWISE PREPARED, (a) 



Germany 

Belgium 

Unitad Kingdom.. 

France 

Mexico 

Austria-Hungary . 

Switzerland 

Netberlands 



Total. 



Pounds. 

1,429,458 

287.480 

186,612 

2,750 



Pounds. 

d9,640 

205,620 

197, 156 

750 

1,406 

887 



1,906,800 446,458 



Pounds. Pounds. 

23,985 i 46,907 

210, 540 I 185, 047 

240,868 I 166,464 



440 
100 



475,983 



500 



399,008 



Pounds, 



Pounds. 
308, 016 

177, 738 
158,220 
700 
281 
277 
88 
20 



Perct. 

47.73 

27.54 

24.52 

.11 

.04 

.04 

} .02 
100.00 



a For values, see page 45. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



94 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quantiiiea of the affricaltural imports of the United States (vegetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 
COFFEE SUBSTITUTES, OTHER THAN CHICOKY BOOT, (o) 



Countriea ftom which 
imported. 



Yeara ended June 30— 



Germany 

A iiHlria- Hungary . 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom .. 

Mexico 

Denmark 

France 

Canada 



1894. 



I Pounds. 

.' 1,372,975 

16,452 



Total 



1, 389, 672 



1896. 



1897. 



Pound*. Pminds. ' Pound*. 
2, 602, 360 2, 194, 391 2. 133, 521 



«3,«90 



337 
275 



55 , 



125,815 
44, 136 I 
1.075 
1,345 ' 
200 



144, 760 
94,864 
lOU 



2,776,117 2,366,962 2,373,245 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



Pounds. 



Pounds. 



713,212 1.821.292 



H2.790 , 
01, 7*34 



74 I 



90,581 

40, 147 

331 

324 

40 

31 

15 



Peret. 

93.27 

4.64 

2.05 

.U2 

.02 



857, 810 



1,952,761 < 100.00 



(JOTTON. (a) 



Egypt 

United Kingdom.. 

Peru 1,171,515 

515,214 
61,588 
14, 877 
40,135 I 



French Oceania 

China 

British Australasia 

British East hulies .... 

Canada , 

French Africa 

Germany 

British Africa ! 

Dutch East i udies i 

Belgium 



Pounds. Pounds. Pounds. 
18, .338,900 29,931,948 43,574.769 
7,509,773 17,7:;8.798 9,530.252 
1, 197, 272 
144. 757 
103,986 
23, 077 
32. 962 
7,500 
84,613 
416 



1, 661. 333 

370, 614 

65,075 

52, 206 

9,360 



Pounds. 
37, 323. 249 
13, 2:«i, 095 
88U. 154 ; 
230, 774 
64,383 I 



•I 



40.080 
31, 219 



Pounds. 
38. 165, 061 
12, 594. 972 

1,296,236 

48. 367 
66,321 I 
259.818 
20.612 
50,847 



87 



Italy 

Turaey, Asiatic 

Japan 

Chile 

Ecuador 

Mexico 

Haiti 

British West Indies . 

Hongkong 

liussia, European 

France 



135 , 
17,500 



850 
25,000 
39, 717 



31,620 ! 



35 



970 



3,635 



•I- 



1,091 



26, 737 



23.400 , 
18.046*! 



26. 039 
73.550 
32, 133 



35,441 



.1. 



4,561 
21,625 
3, 145 I 



3,442 
10 
1,950 ' 



2,213 
24, 175 
4, 321 
2,500 
12,992 
1,700 
3,571 



4.240 



13, 167 



Pounds. 

33, 466. 786 

12. 121. 978 

1,241.302 

261.945 

70,271 

69,996 

30,430 

17. 913 

16.923 

15,348 

14, 710 

10,232 

8 500 

7,943 

7.088 

6,774 

0,595 

5,189 

3,956 

2,598 

1,755 

716 

390 

218 



Peret. 
70.82 
25.58 
2.62 
.55 
.15 
.15 
.06 
.04 
.04 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 

.01 



Total '27, 705, 949 49, 332, 022 55, 350, 520 51 , 898. 920 52, 060. 363 I 47, 389. 556 100. 00 



FLAX, (a) 



Unite<l Kingdom 

Canada 

Rnasia. European — 

Netherlancls 

lielgium 

France 

British Australasia . . 

Gunnany 

Italy 

Sweden and Norway . 

Colorahia 

Mexico 

Japan 



Total. 



Totis. 

1.265 

1.125 

1,222 

279 

161 

244 



50 



4.352 



Tons. 
2, 562 

1.817 I 
864 , 
945 I 
396 
.083 I 



49 ' 
7 



Tons. I 
1,886 ; 
1.456 
2,076 
1,133 
598 
419 



ib) 



25 



7,233 



7,8:J3 



Tons. 

2,389 

2,766 

1,402 

1,313 

714 

478 

16 

99 



13 



a Fur values, nee page 46. 



9. 190 I 



Tons. 



2,048 
763 
,627 
522 
371 
150 



48 



(ft) 



5,529 



Tons. 
2.030 

1.586 

1, 438 

838 

448 

375 

51 

50 

6 

3 

2 



b Less than one-half ton. 



Peret. 

29.74 

23.2:t 

21. OG 

12.28 

6 56 

5.49 

.75 

.73 

.09 

.04 

i .03 



6, 827 100. 00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



95 



Quantities of th^ agriculturalimporis of the United Stales (vegetable matter), etc, — Cont'd. 

HEMP, (a) 



Couotiiet} from which 
imported. 



Italy 

United Kingdom 

Mexico 

RiuBia. European 

Gennaoy 

Belginm 

BriUfth Australasia . . . 

Austria-Han^arv 

British fast Indies 

Xetberlands 

Canada 

France 

Cuba 

Japan 

Tnrkey, Earopean 

British Possessions, 



Years ended June 30— 



1894. j 

Toru. I 
943 
220 
10 
291 
96 
73 



1805. 



Tons. 

3,122 

1,303 

1.495 

545 

295 

132 



(b) 



(b) 



15 

1 

32 

14 



1896. 



I 



Tons. 

3,«94 

1,718 

1.853 

848 

513 



(b) 



Total. 



1,635 



6,954 



55 I 
5 I 



1897. 



Tons. 

3,047 

902 

166 

387 

230 

8 

211 

20 

120 



8,450 



29 



5,120 



1898. 



Annual averafce, 
1894-1898. 



Tont. 
3,363 
272 



160 
11 



201 i 



Tons. 


Per et. 


2,774 


52.99 


883 


16.87 


705 


13.47 


448 


8.56 


229 


4.37 


55 


1.05 


53 


1.01 


48 


.92 


24 


.46 


7 


.13 


6 


.11 



1 1. 



4,017 



.06 



5,2.35 100.00 



ISTLE, OR TAMPICO P'IBER. (e) 



Mexico 

Fnited Kingdom. 

Italy 

China 

G^'rmany 

(^anaila 

Cuba 



Total. 



Tons. 
4,788 
1 1 



Tons. 
9,822 ' 
5 



(b) 



9,827 



Tons. I Tons, 



12,206 
(6) 



(b) 



12.207 ■ 



6. 312 



(b) 



Ton*. 



6,313 



2, 559 



2,563 



Tons. 

7,i:w 
1 
1 



\ re ret. 



.03 



7,140 I 100.00 



JUTE AND JUTE BUTTS, (c) 



British East Indies . 

United Kingdom 

French East Indies . 

Germany 

Hongkong 

France 

China 

Mexico 



Total. 



Tons. 
49,164 



45 



Tons. I 

103.018 

7,565 



(b) 



50,037 



(b) 



Tons. 
82,097 
2.626 
4,184 



88,992 



Ton*. 
66,129 
2,183 



225 



13 



Tons. 
109,000 
2,036 



269 
92 



Tons. 

82,064 

3,047 

837 

133 

27 

3 



Per ct. 

95.30 

3.54 

.97 

.15 



10,111 100.00 



MANILA HEMP, (e) 



Philippine Islands . . 
Unite«t Kingdom ... 
BriUsli Sast Indies. 

Hongkong 

British A^ustralasia. 

Mexico 

Italy 

Belgium 

China 



ToUi. 



Tons. 
29, 674 
5,444 
60 



56 



Tons. 

45,865 

3,990 

285 

107 



Tons. 
35,584 
10,811 
849 



(6) 



T 



35,233 I 50,278 : 47,244 



Tons. 
38, 533 
7,078 
318 



Tons. 

48, 170 

1,572 

4 

492 



(b) 



46,260 



50.270 



Tons. 

39, 565 

5, 781 

303 

186 

IG 



Per et. 

86.28 

12.61 

.60 

.41 

.03 

I .01 



45,857 I 100.00 



a For values, see page 46. 



b Less than cue-half ton. 



c For valuoH, see page 47. 



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96 



SOURCES OF AaRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quantities of the agricultural imparts of the United States {vegetable matter), etc,— Cont^d. 

SISAL GRASS, (a) 



CountrioB from which 


1894. 


Years ended Jn 
1895. 1896. 


neSO— 




Annnal aTeraee, 


imported. 


1897. 


1898. 


1894-1898. 


Mexico 


Tons. 
47,025 
27 


47,483 
94 


Tons. 

51,167 

187 

565 

7 

114 


Tons. 
62,839 
413 


Tons. 
68,432 
671 
98 


Tons. 

55,569 

278 

133 

108 

20 

17 

10 

9 

2 


Peret. 
98.95 
.60 
.24 
.19 
06 


BritiBh West Indies.... 
UDiteil Kingdom 


Cuba 


516 


19 




Germany 




34 
87 


firitiah AuBtraUaia 






03 


Canada 




48 
32 
10 




02 


Santo l^omingo 




14 






fielsium 






02 


Colombia 




(ft) 




















Total 


48,468 


47,596 


52,180 


63.266 


«.m 


56,156 


100.00 







FIBERS, VEGETABLE, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED, (c) 




Philippine Islands 

French Africa 

Britiah Aastralaaia . . . 

Mexico 

United Kingdom 

France 

Spanish AfMoa 
British West Indies... 

Germany 

Canada 

British East Indies ... 

Belgium 

Cuba 

Dutch East Indies 
Madagascar 

Brazil. 

British Africa 

China 

Italy 

Netnerlands 

Japan 

Chile 

Colombia, 

Hongkong. 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Aden 

British Honduras 

Spain 

Dutch West Indies 

Total 



Germany 

Unite<l Kingdom... 

Belgium.... 

Hawaiian Islands .. 
Austria-Hungary . . 

France 

Dutch West Indies. 



ToUl. 



PRUNE JUICE OR PRUNE WINE, (c) 



Gallons. 
18,097 
10,253 

2,878 
504 
57 



31,792 



Gallons. Gallons. 



26, 675 
10.033 
2,220 . 
83 . 



25.722 
8.662 



Gallant. I Gallons. 



26,108 
8,348 I 



10,347 I 
15.827 ! 



38 



39,011 I 34,422 34,546 26.174 



GaUotis. 

21,408 

10,624 

1.020 

117 

11 

8 

1 



Peret. 

64.50 

32.01 

3.08 

.33 

.03 

\ .03 



33, 189 100. OU 



a For values, see page 47. b Less t hau one-hsif ton. e For values, see page 48. 



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80UBCE8 OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



97 



Quantities of the agricultural imports of ike United Staten (vegetable matter)^ etc, — Cont'd. 
FRUIT JUICES NOT ELSEWHEBE SPECIFIED, INCLUDING CHERRY JUICE, (a) 



Conntriea from which 




Years ended June 30— 




Annual ayeragt>, 


imported. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1894-1808. 


G^muuiT.. ....>.... . 1 


QaUoM. 
ie) 


GalloM. 


OaOons. 


QaXUni9, 


Gallons. 

44,961 

6,330 

772 

500 

377 

38 

(d) 


GalUnu. (b) Per ct. 

44,951 ' 84.87 

6,330 11.96 


France 


United Kingdom ' 

Anstria-Hungary | 

Canada i 

DAnipiirk . . . . r 


772 1.46 
500 , .94 
377 .71 

38 > «- 


Turkey, European 


(d) 1/ 07 


Total 


(c) 


(c) 


(«) 


(c) 


52,968 


52.968 1 100.00 



CURRANTS, (a) 



Greece 


Pounds. 
51,842,142 


Pounds. 

15,696,880 

680,916 


Pounds. 

32,836,588 

204,246 


Pounds. 

28,465.611 

681,945 


Pounds. 

24,280,628 

2,821 

618,211 

97,482 

184,091 


Pounds. 
30, 624, 860 


Perct. 
97.77 


Spain 7. 


609,003 
44,079 
81,911 
29,909 
73,200 
34.500 


435.786 1.39 
132,458 1 .42 


Cknqdft , , . . 


13,050 
546 


62 ^ 84,071 


45, 495 i . 15 


Italy. 


82,909 -11 


British Weat Indies 






14,640 
13,567 
11,863 


.05 


France . . 


1 


33,234 




.04 


Netherlands 


50,314 






Oi 


Anvtria-Hmmirv , , , -r 








49,665 
3,312 


662 !/ •"* 


Turkey, Asiatic 


1 








1 






1 


Total 


62,664,843 |16.450.706 33.040.846 ! 20.965.761 


25,186,210 


31,321,673 


100.00 















DATES, (a) 



United Kingdom 

Turkey, Aalatie 

Asia, n.e.s 

British East Indiea . 

China 

Aden 

Hongkong 

France 

Belgium 

Turkey, European . . . 

Italy 

Egypt 

French Africa 

Japan. 



Cnha 

Germany. 



Total. 



Pounds. ' 
7,860,564 , 
3,019,840 ! 
1, 163, 191 
90,060 I 
258.177 



Pounds. 
5,781,225 
6,253,998 
2,605,045 



487,279 



6,047 
1,098 



9,135 



6,910 
2,852 
6,400 



320 

731 

1,869 



Pounds. 
6, 079, 721 
6, 118, 175 
1,885,148 
206,850 
877,145 



6,338 
4,157 
2,282 



301 



ISO I 



20 I 
10 ; 



12,408,192 15,186,780 



150 



Pounds. 
4.927,160 
4,750,623 
1,637,781 
891,^2 
119, 123 



0,614 
9,079 



485 



1,150 

'""so" 



18,680,802 I 11,847,279 



Pounds, 

10, 537, 501 

3,584 

1, 501, 745 

946,888 

442,355 

90,218 

12,577 

14,588 

5,000 



5,883 
700 



216 
"179 



13,561,484 



Pounds. 

7, 037. 234 

3,829,244 

1, 776, 581 

827,090 

326. 816 

18,043 

8,277 

6,355 

2,726 

1.827 

1,416 

399 

374 

273 

79 

59 

4 

2 



Peret. 

52. 77 

28.71 

13.32 

2.45 

2.45 

.14 

.06 

.05 

.02 

.01 

.01 



.01 



13,336,799 ; 100.00 



FIGS. («) 



Tnrkey^siatic. . . . 
United Kingdom . . . 

Italy. ..TTTr. 

Greece 

Turkey, Boropean . 

Germany 

Spain 

Franco 



Mexico 

Frenoh Africa. 
Fortngal 



Pounds. 

4,634.268 

2,931,818 

242,025 

14,508 

61,052 

83,546 

67,170 

33 

38 

1,841 



Pottsids. 

7, 294, 131 

4,240,809 

238,480 



41,085 

38,465 

620 

201 

2,204 

1,621 



Pounds. 

10,288.906 

1,236,754 

270,091 

14.728 

61,477 



31,966 



1,548 



a For valnea, see page 49. 
b StatistSos for 1898 only. 

15910— No. 17- 



Pounds. 

7,416,300 

1, 182, 246 

220.541 

75, 531 

231 

28,245 



10, 719 
4,897 
1,766 



e Not stated. 

d Less than one-half gallon. 



Pounds. 

6, 872, 857 

2, 242, 231 

371,489 

121,452 



3,166 
1,400 
2,661 
951 
6,688 
3,328 



Pounds. 

7,300,202 

2, 366, 771 

268,525 

45,262 

32,769 

19,651 

14, 191 

8,882 

1,960 

1,445 

1,338 

723 



Peret. 

72.55 

23.52 

2.67 

.45 

.33 

.19 

.14 

.09 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 



« For values, see page 50. 



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98 SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 

Quaniitiea of the agricultural imparts of the United States (vegetable matter )y etc. — Cont'd. 

FIGS— Continued. 



(.'oiintries from which 




Years ended June 30— 




Annual average, 


imported. 


1894. 


1895. 1896. , 1897. 


1898. 


1894-1898. 


Africa, n.e.B 

Gibraltar 


Poundt. 


Paundi, 1 P<mndt. 


Poundt. 


Poundt. 
2.204 


Poundt. \Perel. 
441 ll 
48 'I - - 


Hongkong 




184 






37 


> U. Ul 


Cuba ... 


70 








14 


1 












Total 


7, 985, 959 


11,855,890 ,11,900,710 

! 


8,940,702 


9,828,426 


10,062,349 


100.00 







PLUMS AND PRUNES, (a) 



France 

Austria'Hungary . 

Germany 

Italy 

Canada 

United Kingdom .. 

Hongkong 

Bolfi^um 

China 

Netherlands 

Mexico 

Turkey, Asiatic. . . 

Japan 

Cuba 



Toal. 



Poundt. 

6,998,376 

2, 289, 322 

495,633 

47, 137 

7.012 

63,538 

2,935 

4,057 



Poundt. 

12. 053, 885 

1,642,551 

671, 621 

22,599 

51, 374 

4.523 

3,268 

2, 170 



Poundt. 
420,045 I 
2,756 ' 
46,608 I 
8,165 ' 
2,453 
2,094 , 
906 
551 ' 



■| 



66 I 



Poundt. 

555,073 

39,727 

88,896 

44 

23, 321 

496 

2,218 



140 
113 



9.008,122 14,852,057 483,058 | 710,028 



Poundt, 

80,505 

143, 738 

54,845 

13,263 

1,054 



8,669 



1,281 
637 



803,992 



Poundt. 

4,021,677 

823, 619 

251, 520 

18,241 

17,043 

14, 130 

3,599 

1,356 

272 

155 

37 

14 

6 

2 



Peret. 

78.07 

15.99 

4.88 

.35 

.3S 

.27 

.07 

.03 



5, 151, 571 100. 00 



RAISINS, (a) 



Poundt. 

Spain 9,501,074 

l^iirkey. Asiatic 2, 447, 235 

United Kingdom ' 1,638,116 

Greece i 73,667 

Tu rkey , £nro|)ean 59, 067 

Germa'uv 17 

Denmark j 

Canada 31,033 

France 175 

Italy 388 

Chile 

China ' 

Cuba 178 

Hougkonir 

Austria-Hungary ... 

Mexico " 

Colombia 

Russia, European ... 



Poundt. I 

' 9,542,274 i 

5, 228, 717 

868,103 

I 74,125 

I 55,111' 

70,575 !. 

56,000 . 

! 48 I 

|-*"25,'799*| 



Poundt. I 

3,470,969 

6,907,680 I 

417,130 

1,350 I 

^,286 



67 
24,000 I 
2,107 ' 

455 I 



Total. 



199 I 
147 I 

180 I 



Poxnxdt. 

6, 123. 584 

6, 185, 748 

319, 527 

20,328 



Poundt. 

2,921,974 

3, 569, 659 

61, 892 

42,406 



54 : 
171 
456 I 
300 

415 1. 



284 

6,600 

705 

150 



41 I 



100 I 



50 



50 



72 , 



Pound*. \ Peret. 

6,311,975 I 52.83 

4.867,807 i 40.74 

658.954 5.52 

42, 375 . 35 

23,293 .20 

14, 119 . 12 

11, 200 . 09 

6,297 .05 

6,189 .05 

5,891 

181 

83 

75 I 

38 ' 

36 

24 

20 

Wl 



13,751,050 15,921,278 10,826,004 12,650,598 6,593,833 i 11,948,571 100.00 

I I I 



ALMONDS, (h) 



Spain 

France 

Italy 

United Kingdom. 
Canary Islands .. 

China 

Colombia 

Africa^n.e.s 

Turkey, Asiatic. 

Greece 

Cuba 

Hongkong 

Canada 



Poundt. 

3,972,497 I 

1,463,527 ! 

1, 392, 416 
522.660 I 
64,735 I 
15, 700 



Poundt. 

2,282,714 ! 

2.631,669 

2,221,409 I 
610,011 I 
216, 005 
8,290 



Poundt. 

4, 178, 720 

1,788.233 

1, 486. 586 

282, 136 

33,360 

8,553 



56 I 



2,075 
1,544 

7,844 



16,449 I. 
7.971 
2,757 
2.600 
1,410 
500 . 



4,006 
2,968 
3,140 
1,913 



Poundt, 

5,217,374 

1, 844, 628 

2, 120, 968 

270, 775 

159, 126 

9,955 



Poundt. 
2,068,445 
1,117,639 
1, 095, 240 
519, 462 



J 2, 167 
27.986 



3,643 I 
6,011 
2,386 I 
3,220 ' 
110 



93 I 



1,700 I 
2,275 
25 



Poundt. 


Per ct. 


3.723,950 


48.34 


1,769,138 


22.96 


1, 663, 323 


21.59 


421,009 


6.47 


92,657 


1.20 


10, 933 


.14 


5,597 


.07 


3,290 


.04 


3,154 


.04 


2.467 


.03 


2,380 


.03 


2,073 


.03 


1,696 


.02 



a For values, see page 51. 



b For valnes, see page 53. 



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SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



99 



QuaHtiiiea of the agricultural imparts of the United States {regetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 

ALMONDS— Continued. 



Countries from wliich 




Years ended Ju 


ne30- 
1897. 


1898. 


Annual av 

1894- Iff 

i 


6 rage. 


imported. 


1894. 


1895. 


' 1896. 


98. 


Portugal 

Belgium 


Pounds. 
2,205" 


Pounds. 


Pounds. 


Pounds. 
5,512 


Powid*. 


1 Pounds. 

' 1, 102 

441 

292 

269 

220 , 

70 

40 

4 

3 


Per ct. 

0.02 




.01 


Kr«uchAfrica 


i,460 
70 










Turkey, European 

AuHtna-Huncrarv. ..... 


1,275 
















1,100 




Jftpan 


243 


:::;::::::: 


66 


40. 


i .01 


Danish Weat Indiea 




200 
20 
10 




Havaiian lalanda 












Germany 


7 




















Total 


7,436,784 


7, 90S, 375 


7,789,681 


9,644,338 

] 


5, 746, 362 


7, 704, 108 ; 


100.00 






HAY. (a) 


Canada 

Mexico 

Argentina ............. 


Tons. 
86,754 
28 


TOTU. 

201, 850 
40 


Tons. 
302, 644 

8 


Tons. 
119,929 

I 


Tons. 
3.860 
27 


Tons. 
143,008 1 
22 

1 
1 
1 


Per ct. 

99.08 


United KiniFdoin .... 




5 


ib) 


> 02 


Chile . . 


2" 








British Africa 








1 

















Total 


86,784 


201,900 


302, 652 


110,942 1 


3,887 


143,033 


100.00 


HOPS, (a) 


Germany 


Pounds. 

704,172 

88,777 

17,489 

14,890 

2,685 


Pounds. 

2,864,298 

86,086 

111,901 

66.906 

4,470 


Pounds. 

2,680,563 
57, 914 
22,502 


Pounds. 

2,823.879 

146.246 

36,632 

14 

7,505 


Pound*. 

3,192,936 

121, 483 

53, 809 

491 

6,244 


Pounds. 

2, 25;J, 170 , 

100, 101 

48, 467 

16,460 

4,741 

905 

748 

697 

205 

1 


Per ct. 
02. 89 


Austria-Hungary 

l^etherlanda' . ... 


4.13 

2.U0 


Belgium 


2,800 
4, 525 
3,741 


.19 


Cuba 


.04 


finnaia T^nmTii^fln .... 










.03 


France 






3,485 1 
60 




.03 


Canada 


9 


3 




952 

7 




Honirkoiie 




I .01 











Total 


828,022 


3, 133, 664 
IJ 


2, 772, 045 
^(DIGO. (a) 


3,017,821 1 


2, 375, 922 


2. 425, 495 


100. 10 
















British East Indies.... 

United Kingdom 

Germany 

Netherlands 

France .- .... - ....... 


Pounds. 

1,440,523 
190,727 
11,329 
10.106 
10,542 
53,238 


Pounds. 

2,861,737 , 

925, 394 1 

70,274 

27,299 

48,749 

18,268 

3,570 

493 

346 

626 

164 


Pounds. 

2,371,777 

864,289 

44, 912 

26,011 

11.275 

17, 319 

3,181 

655 


Pounds. 

2, 613, 252 

759, 644 

68.024 

22, 747 

42, 172 

7,916. 

8,566' 

335 

3.040 


Pounds. 

2, 348, 273 

327, 116 

289,683 

80, 726 

29,111 

17,592 

1,125 

2, 949 . 


Pounds. 

2, 327, 113 

613,434 

96,844 

83, 378 

28,370 

22, 867 

2,2^ 

1,102 

077 

283 

281 i 

100 '] 

85 

56 

55 

29 

U 


Per ct. 

74.42 

19.62 

3.10 

1.07 

.01 


Salvador 

Switzerland. ....-- 


.73 

07 


Mexico 


1,076 
383* 


03 


lielginm 

Canada 


.02 


426 

57 . 

282* 


01 


Nirarajrna ....... 


182 
400 


1,004 
100 
216 


.Ul 


China 







Guatemala 


210 






Pern 




Dutch East IndieH 


275 
145 








} -01 


luiv 


66 






















Total 


1,718,534 , 


3,956,986 ; 


3, 340, 001 


3,522.016 


3. 097, 340 j 


3, 126, 975 


100.00 



a For \ alues, see page 55. 



h Less than one-half ton. 



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100 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quantities of the agricultural imports of the United States {vegetable matter), etc, — Cont'd. 

MALT, BARLEY, (a) 



Countrieji from which 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual average. 


imported. 


18M. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1894-1898. 


United Kingdom 

Germany 


BuMheU. 
2,800 
2,210 


Bushels. 
2,835 
1,094 
7,091 


Bushsls. 
3,692 
1,813 


BusheU. 

7.202 
8,544 


BushOs. 
3,121 
1,622 

1 


BusheU. 

3,930 

2,057 

1,418 

66 

19 

10 

1 


Perct. 
52.39 
27.42 


Canada 


18 90 


Austria-Hungary 






332 


.88 


1^<^nin8r1c . . . . 






70 


25 


25 


Sweden and Norway . 




49 




13 


Japan 






• 




-k 


Mexico 






4 




1 1 •<» 













Total 


5,010 


11,069 


5,579 


11,084 


4,769 


7 502 i^vi nn 









MALT LIQUORS, BOTTLED, (a) 



Oallons. 

United Kingdom 897,201 

Germany [ 23,667 

Canada 4,450 

Sweden and Norway ... 3, 313 

Guatemala 

Mexico 

Fran ce 

Belgium 

Denmark 

Netherlands 

British West Indies . . . 

Hawaiian Islands 

A ustria-Hungary 

Santo Domingo 

Japan 



Total . 



379 
291 
805 
370 
10 



520 
97 
60 



931, 172 



Gallons. 

923,262 

15, 691 

1,136 

2,952 



I 



26 

68 

178 

239 

333 



Oalions. 

1, 013, 349 

15,024 

3,599 

5,125 



54 



943, 939 



84 

1,272 

90 

89 



OaUons. 

1, 027, 362 
14, 619 
3,544 
2,584 



50 
181 

72 
113 
469 



1,038,641 1,048,994 



Oallons, 
707,507 
15,908 
2,850 
1,334 
3,007 
1,880 



80 



150 



Gallons. \ Perct. 

913,754 I 97.28 

16,982 

3,116 

3,062 

601 

484 

362 

237 

178 

162 

138 

115 

51 

12 

2 



733,535 



1.81 
.33 
.83 
.06 
.05 
.04 
.03 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.01 

.01 



939, 256 , 100. 00 



MALT LIQUORS, UNBOTTLED. (a) 



Germany. 

United Kingdom 

Austria-Hungary . 

Canada 

Netherlands 

Sweden and Norway. 

Santo Domingo 

Hawaiian Islands 

Japan 

Cuoa 

Denmark 

Mexico 



Toul. 



Gallons. 

913, 331 

645,162 

414, 597 

2,815 

1,453 

1,481 

227 

180 

90 

25 



OaUons. 

1,029,255 

606,506 

383,610 

5,899 

1,108 

1,143 

178 



1,979,368 



Oallons. 

1, 126, 027 

640, 379 

438,758 

38,564 

165 

855 



38 ; 



2, 027, 737 



Oallons. 

1,040,237 

428,906 

434,284 

6,416 

5,768 



Oallons. 

Bid, 324 

486,366 

464.160 

2,907 



' I 



2,244.763 



445 



Gallons, 

996,485 

551,464 

427,082 

11,320 

1,699 

792 

81 

36 

26 

5 

3 

1 



1,777,202 I 1,988,944 

I 



Perd. 

50.10 

27.73 

21.47 

.57 

.08 

'.04 



.01 



100.00 



OIL CAKE. (6) 



Pounds. 

Mexico ' 6.851,580 

Canada I 662,446 

Germany ' 42,045 

United Kingdom 44,800 

France ' 

China ' 



Pounds. 

3,442.650 

3, 252, 961 

56, 040 

40, 451 

2,420 



Pounds. 

6, 230. 697 

1,210,440 

8,454 

22,425 



Pounds. 
3,067,519 



30,845 



1,000 



Total 7,600,871 6.794,531 ' 7,473,016 3,008,364 2,159,809 5,425.318 100.00 

I 



Poundt. 
2, 140, 004 



19, 805 



Pounds. 

4,346,492 

1, 025, 160 

81,438 

21,535 

484 

200 



Perct. 

80.11 

18.90 

.58 

.40 

\ .01 



a For values, see page 56. 



b For values, see page 57. 



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SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



101 



QuanHtiea of the agricultural imports of the United States {vegetable vuitter), etc. — Cont'd. 

OLIVE OIL, SALAD, (a) 



Coun tried from which 
imported. 



Years ended June 30— 



1804. 



Italy 

France 

United Kingdom 

Belgium 

Cuba 

AuBtria-Hnngarv 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Germany 

Spain 

Greece 

Portugal 

ICetherlands 

Switzerland 

Colombia 

French Africa 

Canada 

^WPt 

Hongkong 

Turkey, European 

China 

Gibraltar 

Uexico 

Japan 

Azores, and Madeira 

Islands 

BniEil 



GaUons. 

506,047 

205,089 

18,931 

9,709 

6,828 

5,158 

848 

2,051 

231 

797 



596 



18%. 



Gallons. \ 

461,215 I 

261,695 

24,589 ' 

10,488 I 

7,397 1 

1.580 I 

2,274 I 



667 
1,309 
1,012 

647 
13 



295 

5 I 



1896. 



GaUons. 

610, 332 

278,791 

28,618 

6,867 

10,576 

2,104 

923 

766 

1,307 

1,595 

214 



31 I 

142 ;. 

80 



12 I 



19 I. 
30 I 
16 i 



15 I. 



10 



1897. 



I 1898. 



Gallons. 

553,115 

328,943 

19,504 

13, 916 

5,893 

1,054 

3,475 

574 

1,249 

258 

58 



20 

174 I 
288 



16 
360 



GaUons. 

457, 939 

243, 874 

17,151 

8.258 

4,597 

300 

2,446 

1.213 

187 

226 

21 

19 

514 



49 
10 



28 I 



44 



85 



Total. 



'57, 478 I 775, 046 942, 598 | 928, 567 ' 

I I ' 



736, 877 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



GaUons. 

517. 849 

263,678 

22,158 

9,848 

7,058 

2,039 

1,993 

1,054 

857 

778 

188 

126 

115 

72 

63 

63 

58 

35 

30 

20 

13 

7 

6 

3 
2 



Peret. 

62.53 

31.84 

2.68 

1.19 

.86 

.25 

.24 

.13 

.10 

.09 

.02 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 



.01 



828,118 I 100.00 



OILS, VEGETABLE: VOLATILE, OR ESSENTIAL. (6) 



UBited Kingdom 

Germany 

Japan 

Itifiy 

British East Indies.. 

France 

Austria-Hungary . . . 

Bonekong 

Rossla, European . . . 

Ketherlaiids 

China 

Belgium 

Turkey, European . . 
British West Indies 

Mexico 

British Australasia . 
Philippine Islands . . 

Canada 

Sveden and Korway 
Danish Wetit Indies 

Spain 

I-^nch West Indies. 

Paraguay 

French Africa 

B«ypt 

Total 



Pounds. 

881,110 

821, 878 

279.605 

265, 264 

242,971 

163,793 

108,803 

47.197 

36,999 

4.675 

2,075 

1,606 

1.417 

1,375 

1,296 

666 

829 

211 

150 

133 

126 

77 

62 

40 

17 



Pounds. 



> (d) 



2,861,875 I 



(d) 



Pounds. 



id) 



(d) 



Pounds. 



(d) 



(d) 



(d) 



I 
Pounds. I Pounds, (c) \Per ct. 

30.79 

28.72 
9.77 
9.27 
8.49 
5.72 
3.80 
1.65 
L29 
.16 



881,110 

821, 878 

279, 605 

265,264 

242, 071 

163, 793 

108, 803 

47,197 

36,999 

4,675 

2.075 

1,606 

1,417 

1,875 

1,296 

666 

829 

211 

150 

133 

126 

77 

62 

40 

17 



J- 



.07 
.06 
.05 
.05 
.05 
.02 
.01 
.01 



.02 



(d) 



2,861,875 ; 100.00 



a For values, see page 58. 
b For values, see page 59. 



e Stetistics for 1804 only. 
d Not stated. 



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102 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quantitieaof the agricultural imports of the Fnited States (vegetable matter)^ ete.— Cont'd. 
OPIUM. CRUDE OR UNMANUFACTURED, (a) 



CouDtriea from which 
imported. 



Years ended June 30 — 



1895. I 1896. 



1897. 



Tnrkey, Asiatic 

Turkey, European 

United Kingdom 

Germany 

France 

Netherlands 

Canada 

Miqiielon, Langley,6tc. 
Mexico 



Total. 



Pounds. Pounds. Pounds. Pounds. 



207,898 

270,828 

222,865 

7,578 

6,141 



143, 368 
183, 262 
31,825 



1,569 



716, 881 



186, 195 
126, 866 
49, 198 



1,539 
1,860 



606,142 
289,041 
175,022 



356 ! 



-I- 



358,455 



365,514 I 1,072,914 



1898. 



Pounds. 

22,711 

51,970 

49,029 

123 

12 



123,845 



Annnal averace, 
1804-1898. 



Pounds. 

233,263 

184,394 

105,588 

1.540 

1,538 

814 

314 I 

'l.) 



Peret. 

44.22 

34.96 

20.02 

.29 



.29 
.15 

.06 

.01 



527,522 100.00 



OPIUM, PREPARED, (o) 



China 


Pouiuls. 

49,856 

75 


Pounds. 

138, 867 

590 


Pounds. 

97, 698 

614 


Pounds. 

154,160 

713 

788 

695 


Pounds. 

99,958 

300 


Pounds. 

108, 108 

458 

157 

139 

99 

99 


Perot. 
99 01 


Hongkonif 


42 


United Kinirdom 


.14 
13 


Turkey, Asiat ic ■ 


:::;!;::::::":""" 




Mexico 


27 


40 
268 


428 




00 


Canada 


225 

480 




no 


Colombia -- 






96 1 09 


Turkey, European ... 
Grcnnany 


144 








r) -03 




5 
















Total 


50,102 


139, 765 


98, 745 


157,061 


100.258 


109,186 


100.00 



RICE, ib) 



China 

Germany 

Japan 

United Kingdom 

Netherlandn 

Hawaiian Islands — 

Hongkong 

British East Indies 

Italy 

Canada 

Mexico 

Dutch East Indies 

Denmark 

British West Indies. . . 

Cuba 

British Honduras 

Guatemala 

Portuo;al 

Salvador 

France 

Spain 

Sweden and Norway . . 

Austria-Hungary 

Puerto Rico 

Belgium 

Asia, u. e. s 

British Guiana 



Pounds. 

32,981,056 

14. 188, 489 

17, 940, 328 

5, 172, 787 

2,068.497 

9, 138, 373 

2, 707, 886 

1,684,921 

648,906 

258, 844 

1.302 

16, 522 



Pounds. 

39. 839, 086 

i36, 815, 162 

33, 103, 021 

5, 901, 971 

,10.633,022 

5, 144, U87 

4, 010, 750 

4, 215, 381 

894,056 

248,868 

348, 124 

56.000 



Pounds. 

26. 046, 736 

12, 200, 637 

23, 432, 703 

I 5,679,195 

658,419 

I 4,354,500 

2, 490, 008 

2, 015. 992 

901, 592 

156,811 

19, 500 

197, 057 



1, 190 I 



50 ! 



24, 365 
6,400 



22 



1.843 ; 



4,000 
*2.*365 



200 



214 



•I- 



Total 86, 810, 536 ,141,301,411 78, 190, 334 133, 939, 930 129, 810, 630 ,114, 010, 568 100. 00 

I I 



Pounds. 
29, 585, 141 
37, 686, 786 
33,919,997 
14, 293, 926 
7,321,861 
5.881,646 
3, 763, 279 

'"935,864' 
36, 416 
92, 439 
413, 733 



1,780 
'5,856 
" ' 800 



220 



192 



Pounds. 

31,839.429 

45,781,223 

17. 162, 343 

14; 972, 079 

9, 366. 562 

4, 414; 300 

3,588,631 

1, 267, 524 

985, 87? 

5.819 

224,386 



110, 236 
89,140 



2,205 
""218 



Pounds. 

32,058,469 

29,334,459 

25,111,678 

9,221,972 

6, 009, 672 

5, 786. 581 

3,312,111 

1,836,764 

873, 258 

141. 350 

137, 150 

136,662 

22,047 

17, 828 

5,610 

1,280 

1,170 

800 

529 

465 

441 

63 

44 

44 

43 

40 



PercL 

28.12 

25.73 

22.03 

6.09 

6.27 

5.07 

2.90 

1.61 

.77 

.12 

.12 

.12 

.02 

.02 



.01 



a For values, see page 59. 



h For yalues, see page 60. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



103 



Quantitiea of the agricultural imports of the United States (vegetable matter), etc, — Cont'd. 
RICE FLOUR, RICE MEAL, AND BROKEN RICE, (a) 



Coiintriffl from which 




Years ended June 30— 




A nnoal average. 


imported. 


1894. 


1896. 1 1896. 


1 1897. 


1808. 


1804.1898. 


Germany 

United Kingdom 

Japan 


Poundi. 

43,403,945 

7, 109, 198 

8, 598. 322 

745,410 


Pounds. 

72, 276, 045 

2,837,526 

1,148,803 

634,180 

910, 542 

229,569 

120,000 

100,000 


Pounds. 

64, 430, 527 

1,611,000 

1,050,206 

1,172,927 

113, TA2 

113,726 

1,525 

40,000 

390 

231 


Pounds. 
55. 444. 193 

7,347,504 
865, 115 
167,994 


Pcunds. 

55,547.928 

4, 182, 820 

388,096 

259,445 


Pounds. 

58.220,528 

4,617.610 

1. 410, 108 

595,991 

206,055 

186,415 

84,032 

28,000 

919 

213 


Peret. 

89.16 

7.07 

2 16 


Chma 

British East Indies 


.91 
.32 


Honffkons 


198,307 
296,000 


49,928 
140 


00,543 
2,495 


21 


CanMA 


18 


Netherlands 


I .04 


Beldam 




840 
490 


3,358 


France 


99 


244 








Total 


55,351,281 


78,262,909 


68.534,273 


63,876.204 


60.474,685 


65,299,871 


100.00 


LINSEED, OR FLAXSEED, (a) 


United Kingdom 

Britiah Eaat Indies 


Buthelt. 
307,842 
285,377 


Bushels. Bushels. 

1,888,267 265,909 

1,279,968 I 192,963 

644,341 { 179,417 

44.563 91.172 


Bushels. 
85,249 


Bushels. 
85,679 
88,331 


Bushels. 
526,480 
850,828 
164, 762 
83,477 
29.688 
20,259 


Per et. 
45.74 
31 22 


ArgentinAr .,.,-- - 




14.81 


Canada 


101 


19. 912 
59 


11,636 


2.91 


Ketberlands 


148, 381 
100,845 
59,857 




2 58 


France 




450 


1 7A 


Bntish We«t Indies -- 






11,972 ' L04 
3,979 1 .36 
1,080 'i 


f^hlilft 




19,896 
5,150 







Unizaav 




. 






UoDeKons. - 








2 




.09 


Mexico..: 





(6) 




1 

1 




GermaDv . . ..... 


















Totol 


592.820 


4,166,222 754.507 


105,222 


136,098 


1,150,074 '> 100.00 






' 






NUTMEGS, (c 


) 






British East Indies .... 
Netherlands 


Pounds. 

548,422 

356,013 

172,465 

49,867 

901 

13,040 


Pounds. 
796,314 
613, 213 
180,612 
31, 478 
860 
26,505 


Pounds. 
501, 073 
623,828 
138,994 
74,927 
973 
13.42.*) 


Pounds. 

761. 489 

685,865 

78.314 

72, 781 

39,649 

4,818 

11,900 

8.375 

0,544 


Pounds. 

774, 168 

212,019 

97, 467 

62, 087 

45,264 

9.384 

18,665 


Pounds. 

676. 293 

498, 188 

133, 560 

58,228 

17,530 

13,424 

5,113 

1,687 

1, 615 

714 

133 

34 

I 


Peret. 
48.08 
35.42 


Butch East Indies 

United Kingdom 

British West Indies.... 
China 


9.50 

4.14 

L25 

.95 


HoDjckong ............. 




.36 


Germany .... 





62 




.12 


Caoada 


1,533 




.12 


Belgium... 




8,569 






.05 


Pbilinnine iMianda . ... 




667 






) .0, 


France ...... 


170 








Cnba 






5 















Xotal 


1, 140, 878 


1, 652, 613 


1, 355, 420 


1, 669, 740 


1, 213, 994 


1,406,529 


100.00 







PEPPER, BLACK OR WHITE, (c) 



British East Indies .... 
Netherlands 


Pounds. 

8,496,391 

2,703,680 

843,494 

235,390 

2,055 

450,182 


Pounds. 

15, 304, 564 

2, 970, 563 

1.798,608 

16, 212 

243,788 

135,604 

32,546 


Pounds. 

U, 962, 600 

2,858,577 

930,557 

519, 616 


PouTids. 

6,962,263 

3,782,698 

3, 004, 799 

888, 483 

686 676 

115,230 

60,532 

600 

29,635 




Pounds. 

7, 236, 551 

8, 514, 173 

1,149,873 

813,248 

921, 919 

298,388 

110 

72. 175 

25,733 

42,880 

2,548 


Pounds. 

9,992.492 

3,165,940 

1,545.466 

394,590 

371, 057 

268,544 

18,686 

14,555 

11,607 

8,576 

6,422 


Peret. 
68.22 
20.03 
9.78 


Dntch East Indies 

Franco 


2.50 
2.35 


China 

Germany 


334,319 
242 


1.70 
.12 


Anatx1a>Hiinirarv ..---. 




.09 


Hongkong 






2,667 


.07 


Britteh WMt Indies 






.05 


Japan 


9,852 




19,708 




.04 



a For values, see page 60. b Less than one-half bushel. e For values, see page 6 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



104 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quantities of the agricultural imports of the Unit4!d States (vegetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 
PEPPER, BLACK OR WHITE-Continuod. 



Countries ft«m which 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual average. 


imported. 


1894. 1895. 1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1894-1898. 


Canada 


Pounds. Pounds. 
2 


Pounds. 
16,382 


Pounds. 
2,527 


Pounds. 
2,513 


Pounds. 

4,285 

2,258 

386 

8 
8 


Peret. 
0.03 


Britiah Africa 


11,292 ' 




^ 




1,930 


1 1 


I a* 


Mexico 


40 


: 1 1 


} .02 


(jiiba 




5 1 


9 


25 


J 








Total 


12,764,215 20,501,837 


16, 644, 763 l 


15, 033, 452 


14. 080, 136 


15,804,880 


100.00 



SPICES, UNGKOUND (FREE OF DUTY), NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED, (a) 



British West Indies 

United Kingdom 

China 

Africa, n.e. 8 

British Eaat Indies . . . . , 

Dutch East Indies 

Hongkong | 

Netherlands , 

Germany ; 

Japan 

BntishAiWoa ' 

Canada | 

French Africa 

Greece 

Mexico ' 

Puerto Rico 

Pranoe 

Santo Domingo 

British Fosseasions, 

n. e. 8 

Guatemala 

Cuba 

Philippine Islands 

Haiti 

Hawaiian Islands 

Italy 

Austria-Hungary 

Colombia 

Honduras 

Spain 

Turkey ,Asiatic 

British Honduras 

LiberU 



Pounds. 

5, 387, 748 

3,588,568 

1,342,830 

1,551.052 

861, 473 

870, 178 

348,833 

374,211 

6.094 

27,275 

338, 384 

125,456 



477 
2,658 
12,006 



14,000 

2,635 

250 

448 



250 
110 
557 
590 



100 



Total 114,857,688 



Pounds. 

4,972,870 

5,055,891 

2, 084, 341 

1, 762, 947 

1, 349, 803 

1.346,050 

638,319 

428,928 

15,033 

76, 118 

138,278 



4,475 



2,337 
1,605 



Pounds. , 
5,714,599 
4,410.166 I 
3,533,890 I 
1,469,867 ' 
1, 371, 178 I 
762, 276 I 
585,456 
597,406 
267,625 
462,267 
5,302 
260 I 



Pounds. 
3,714,168 
5, 069, 628 
4,025.757 
1,644,604 
2,725,490 
1. 046, 288 
1.011.353 
562.782 
464, 104 I 
105, 540 ■ 
19, 148 
1.559 



Pounds. 

2, 280, 133 

3, 619. 137 

2.601,962 

1, 596, 225 

1,656,447 

670,057 

434.716 

661,256 

118,207 

7,675 



750 
5,512 



55 ! 
2,165 



520 
3,500 



173 '. 



2,775 



240 



17, 879, 564 Il9, 198, 589 



2,743 
306 
15, 074 ; 



5 
70,000 
80,000 
21,681 
12,052 



:i: 



595 I 



1,315 
'3.569 



1.457 
555 



64 

250 



20, 411, 49J 



Pounds. 


Pfret. 


4,413,902 


25.02 


4,348,678 


25.25 


2,717,762 


15.78 


1,604,989 


9.82 


1,592,878 


9.25 


938.973 


5.45 


603,735 


8.59 


624,917 


8.05 


174,833 


1.01 


135,775 


.79 


100.222 


.68 


25,456 


.U 


14,000 


.08 


6,000 


.03 


5,333 


.03 


3,641 


.02 


8,611 


.02 


8,015 


.02 



2,800 
994 
857 
790 
725 
612 
005 
348 
222 
118 
61 
50 
83 
20 



.02 



13, 784, 689 • 17, 225, 404 



100. ( 



SPICES, GROUND (AND OTHER DUTIABLE). (6) 




United Kingdom 
Austria- Hungary 

Mexico 

Africa, n. e. s 

France 

Italy 

Japan 

Spain 

Germany, 

Cuba 

British East Indies 

China 

Belgium 

Switzerland 

Netherlands 

Greece 

Canada 

Hongkong 

Turkey, European 



Pounds. 
1,213,717 
510,353 
304.174 
125,292 
89,291 
119.466 
92,948 
55.961 
20,557 
11, 217 



Pounds. 


PereL 


1.251,160 


52.00 


656,584 


28.13 


287,831 


11.96 


81,677 


3.39 


52,340 


2.18 


89,308 


1.08 


37,281 


1.56 


82,681 


L96 


25,987 


1.08 


15,620 


.66 


8,099 


.34 


4,929 


.90 


3,542 


.16 


3,412 


.14 


2,428 


.10 


2,120 


.00 


873 


.02 


353 


.01 


142 


.01 



a For values, see page 62. 



b For values, see page 63. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



105 



QuanHiieaof the agricultaral imports of the United States {vegetable matter )f etc. — Cont'd. 
SPICES, GROUND (AND OTHER DUTIABLE)— CoDtinued. 



Coantries from which 
imported. 



Denmark 

British We«t lDdie«. 
Uavaiian I»land8 — 

Haiti 

Turkey, Asiatic 



Total. 



Years ended June 30— 



1894. 



Pounds. 



1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


Pounds. 1 
90 
150 


Pounds. 


Pounds. ; 
370 


Pounds. 
32 


75 




63 




100 ; 





Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



Pounds. Per ct. 
92 ] 
36 I 



1, 664, 246 . 2, 058, 782 2, 618, 2U • 3, 030, 031 



2, 658, 706 



2,405,996 I 



100. ) 



SPIRITS, DISTILLED. OF DOMESTIC MANUFACTURE, RETURNED, (o) 



iProf^gal, 
Germany 900.738 



iSelsium . 

United Kingdom 

Hawaiian Islands 

Bermuda 

Danish West Indies . . 

Canada 

Mexico 

British Africa 

British West Indies . . 
butch Weat Indies. . . 

Braxil 

Nicaragua 

Guatemala 



42,504 
59,915 I 
31, 274 I 
21,028 I 

701 : 



Proof gal. 
728,947 
23,276 
3,933 
4,670 
6,622 
1,000 



1,267 I 
1,192 
452 ^ 
785 



450 
1,226 



Proof gal. 

901,257 

99,977 

36 

11,023 

8,885 

2,412 

2,557 

1,208 



Proof gal. 

798, 261 

153,631 

2,345 



2,508 



15 



1,920 



378 



Total 1,060,627 770,124 ■ 1,029,653 I 956,760 



Proqfgal. 

764, 772 

75,047 

1,032 

9.129 

2,888 



1,525 
193 



Proof gal. 

818, 795 

78,887 

13, 452 

11, 219 

8,386 

823 

819 

624 

484 

474 

157 

139 

76 

15 



854,586 



Peret. 
87.03 
8.44 
1.44 
1.20 
.90 
.09 
.09 
.07 
.05 
.05 
.02 
.01 



934,350 . 100. OU 



BRANDY, (b) 



France 

Germany 

United Kingdom 

Belgium 

Anstria-Hangary 

Canada 7 

Sweden and Norway . 

Cnba 

Netherlands 

Italy 

Greeee 

Bermuda 

Switzerland 

Spain 

Hawaiian Islands 

Daniah West Indiea. . 
Britiah West Indies. . 
Turkey. Asiatic 

Idcxico 

Dramark 

KujMia, Earopean .... 

British Guiana 

Frt-vch West Indies. . 

British Africa 

Turkey, Earopean . . . 

Puerto Riro 

French Guiana 

Bcmgkong 

Dutdi West Indies... 



Proof gal. 

172,232 

10, 049 

I 6,867 

I 3,706 

I 2,076 

I 2,436 

i 357 

I 698 

' 500 

1,001 

50 

8 



539 I 
126 
282 , 
195 I 
82 ' 

2 

2 



Proof gal. 

270,279 

10,516 

8.979 

4,540 

8,111 

2,766 

1,382 

1,170 

602 

1,560 

3,377 

1,600 

1,282 

147 

266 

1,111 

279 

22 

iii'l 

109 I 



Proof gal. 

221,756 

11,271 

7,189 

1,048 

2,926 

1,615 

3,256 

1, 675 

4,291 

667 

108 

128 

390 

1,326 

352 



495 
569 
113 
264 



29 , 



Proof gal. 

301,096 

5,920 

10,326 

4,139 

5,639 

3,108 

2,044 

1,200 

90 

170 

90 

1,516 

795 

966 

224 

70 



Proof gal. 

121,089 

2,083 

6,428 

3,433 

1.381 

780 

377 

1,094 

35 

798 

159 

108 

118 



36 

126 

13 

81 



13 



575 
219 



12 
137 
23 



53 



Total. 



201,433 I 313,827 I 269,704 I 



337,595 I 137,902 249,992 j 100. OO 



Proof gal. 

217, 288 

7,968 

7,758 

8.373 

8,026 

2,141 

1,483 

1,167 

1,103 

839 

757 

690 

563 

488 

891 

305 

.211 

167 

92 

83 

67 

12 

6 

4 

3 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 



Per ct. 

86.92 

3.19 

3.10 

1.35 

L21 

.86 

.59 

.47 

.44 

.34 

.30 

.28 

.22 

.19 

.16 

.12 

.08 

.07 

.04 

.03 

.03 



.01 



a For values, see page 63. 



b For values, see page 64. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



106 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quantities of the agrioultnral imports of the United States (vegetable matter), etc, — Cont'd. 
SPIRITS, DISTILLED, NOT ELSEWHEBE SPECIFIED, (a) 



Countries from which 
imported. 



Years ended Jane 30- 



Fnited Kingdom . 

Netherlands 

Canada 

China 

Germany 

Franco 

Belgium 

Hongkong. 
- We. 



British West Indies 

Italy 

Danish VVest Indies. . . . 

Switzerland 

Bermuda 

Cuba 

Mexico 

S weden and Norway 

Puerto Rico 

Spain 

Austria- Hungary ... 

Russia, European ... 

Hawaiian Islands ... 

Denmark 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Japan 

French West Indies. 

Madagascar 

Dutch West Indies. . 

Portugal 

Greece 

British Honduras ... 

Tripoli 

Salvador 

Russia, Asiatic 

Venezuela 

British Australasia. . 

Chile 

French Oceania ' . 

Miqutrlon, Langley, etc. . 

Colombia I 

Arfrentina 

Newfoundland and Lab- 
rador 

Peru ' 

Costa Rica 1- 

Gibraltar 

BriUnh PosseHsions, | 
n. e. «. : 

Aden \ 

Other / 

Brazil , 

Haiti I 

Dutch Kaat Indies 

British Guiana 

French Africa 

Guatemala 

Azon'8, and Madeira | 
Islands 

Turkey, European 



18M. 

Proof gal. 
328. 817 
198, 040 
63, 969 
65, 473 
45,523 
63, 459 
42. 385 
23.253 
20,448 
16, 677 
17, 395 
8,605 
205 
2,580 
1,549 
1,389 
35 
648 



1895. 



1896. 



970 
210 
249 
158 
84 



212 



20 



Proof gal. 

359,925 

295,666 

138,027 

92,807 

60,844 

76,258 

28, 105 

19,838 

18, 387 

14, 175 

18.394 

15, 717 

1,263 

2,839 

2,027 

1,106 

5 

324 

1,140 

497 

284 

443 

136 

242 

147 



Proof gal. 

442,703 

226,068 I 

174,481 I 

104.687 

87,427 I 

65,497 , 

28,564 

28,931 

21,883 

17. 109 

16,305 

14,748 

4,217 

1,803 

2,369 

1,479 

34 

4,451 

1,182 

1,272 

886 

708 

947 

729 

1.080 I 



Proof gal. 

634.916 

838,951 

221, 637 

137, 875 

112,677 

90,362 

33,043 

29.082 

22,228 

29, 582 

25,148 

23,887 

6,909 

2,070 

2,318 

4.415 

2,507 

297 

1.563 

2,027 

3,661 

801 

443 

149 



333 : 
500 



3 I 



144 



70 
4 



19 



23 



8 
13 



3 / 

i- 

17 .. 



16 
20 



Annual average, 
I 1894-1898. 



197 

"ii 



110 
15 
2 



59 
54 
3 



31 I. 



3 
10 



Proof gal. 

834,008 

111.666 

97,260 

41,824 

49. 740 

51,989 

21,394 

20,077 

12,414 I 

9,161 

2,]S8 , 

2,918 

202 I 

2.504 

2,580 

1,411 

4,749 

387 

910 

480 



J_ 



T 



525 
972 



17 
800 



43 



12 



Total. 



893, 131 I 1, 139, 710 , 1, 249, 895 1, 727. 110 770, 830 



Proof gal. 

420, 212 

232, 078 

139,076 

88,4.H3 

71, 242 

67, 513 

30, 698 

24,236 

19,072 

17,341 

15,876 

13, 174 

2,550 

2,359 

2,169 

1,960 

1.466 

1.222 

1,096 

1,049 

1,008 

545 

63: 

308 

249 

160 

108 

102 

63 

30 

29 

22 

21 

18 

13 

13 

12 

11 

10 

10 



7 



PercU 

36.35 

20.07 

12.03 

7.65 

6.16 

5.84 

2.65 

2.10 

L65 

L50 

1.37 

1.14 

.22 

.20 

.19 

.17 

.13 

-11 

.09 

.00 

.09 

.05 

.05 

.03 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 



.02 



1,166,135 100.00 



STARCH. (6) 



Pounds. 

Germany ' 1,401,492 

China..* i 501,302 

British East Indies 

United Kingdom i 15, 648 

Hongkong 78.693 

Netherlands I 31.169 

Belgium 

British West Indies. . . ., 1. 041 
FrsDce 1 1,019 



Pounds. 

3,224,904 

870,460 



Pounds, 

2,309,967 

021. 336 



108, 176 
44,818 
13, 440 
515 , 

" i,"873' 



a For values, see page 64. 



40. 425 
108,661 



Pounds. 

1, 325. 858 

1. 026, 845 

220,729 

192,264 

135, 169 



13,546 { 

206 I 

1, 482 , 



7,971 

970 

5.279 



Pounds. 

1, 447. 082 

970, 777 

2, 875, 460 

660.083 

141, 295 

44,188 

22. 372 

30, 330 I 

16,684 I 



Pwmds. 

1,963,860 

868.144 

821,038 

183, 319 

101,727 

18.850 

8,881 

6,511 

5.267 



b For values, see page 65. 



Per ct. 

51.85 

22.77 

, 16. 48 

4.87 

2,70 

.49 

.24 

.17 

.14 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



107 



Qvantities of the iigricultural imparU of the United States (vegetable matter) ^ ete.— Cont'd. 

STARCH— ContiDued. 



Countries from which 


1894. 


Years ended June 30— 




Annua] averaice. 


imported. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1894^1898. 


Canada 


Pounds. 

548 

2,642 

7,375 

830 

467 


Pounds. 
624 
104 
180 
375 


Pounds. 

810 

6.484 


Pounds. 

16,180 

50 

00 

630 


Pounds. 

800 

8,059 

2,622 

75 


Pounds. Per ct. 
3,792 1 0.10 
3, 648 .10 
2,053 .05 
1.258 .03 
112 1 


Japan 


lUOy 


Cobft 


4,386 
102 


I'urkey, Aslatio 

ColoniDia 




218 




44 


Aa«tria-Hasjnry 








188 


38 ' 






165 
13 
3 






33 } -^1 


Mexico .,... 








3 


Switzerland 






1 


1 J 












Total 


2,045,216 


4,265,650 


3,467,399 


2,941,258 


6.120,924 


3,768,088 lUO.OO 





STRAW, (o) 



Canada 

Mexico 


Tons. 
8,313 


Tons. 
7,745 


Tons. 
7,870 
2 


Tons. 
9,881 
5 


Tons. 
1,448 


Tons. Per ct. 
6,952 99.97 


United Kinirdom 


1 







1' 











Total 


8,318 


7,745 


7,879 


9,386 


1,448 


6, 954 . 100. OO 



MOLASSES, (a) 



Cnba 

Puerto Rico 

British West Indies. . . . 

Canada 

Clilna 

Hawaiian Islands 

Danish West Indies 

Germany 

Santo Domingo 

Newfoundland and Lab- 
rador 

Dutch Went Indies 

Swe<len and Norway . . . 

British Guiana 

Haiti 

British Africa 

Xetberlands 

Turliey, Asiatic 

Mexico 

Honduras 

Fnited Kingdom 

Turkey, European 

France 

Colombia 

Japan 



Gallons. 

15,893,579 

2,554,265 

954. 8U5 

210, 177 



7,370 
13, 986 
19,265 
16.897 



Gallons. 

13,356,739 

2, 277, 346 

255,954 

97,685' 

2,572 

51,879 

8,409 

25, 149 



Gallons. 

1,710.161 

2,256,073 

399, 217 

91.255 

188, 574 

33,705 

4,013 



Gallons. 

79, 221 

2, 639, 134 

582, 325 

166, 926 

177, 209 

26.860 

17,399 



Gallons. 

945,161 

1, 830. 472 

751, 735 

14, 869 

37, 175 

12,100 

7,760 



107 



4,557 



10,582 



2,800 



15 



48 



Total 19, 670, 663 15, 075, 879 4, 687, 664 3, 702, 471 3, 603, 547 ! 9, 348, 046 100. 00 



60 



800 
260 



132 
2 



20 



Gallons. 

6, 106, 972 

2.311,458 

588,819 

116, 183 

81,106 

26,383 

10,313 

8,888 

3, 392 

2,117 

911 

600 

560 

160 

52 

36 

34 

28 

13 

11 

6 

4 

2 

2 



Pern. 

66.29 

24.73 

6.30 

1.24 

.87 

.28 

.11 

.09 

.04 

.02 
.01 
.01 



a For values, see page 65. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



108 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quantities of the agricultural imparts of the United States (vegetable matter), etc, — Cont'd. 
BEET SUGAR NOT ABOVE NO. 1« DUTCH STANDARD, (o) 



CoiiDtries from ' 



Years ended Judo 30— 



-nhicb imported. ^g^^ 



I 



1895. 



I 



1896. 



1897. 



Germany 

Iteluium 

AuHtria-Hun- 

„Kary 

France 

Netherlands 

United King- 
dom 

Canada 

Russia, Euro- 



Pounds. 

354,681,971 

80.479,170 

44, 298, 878 
13, 781, 594 
11,735,516 

5, 304, 413 
68, 447 



Annual average, 
1894-1808. 



Hongkong... 

China 

Puerto Rico. 



Pounds. Pounds. Pounds. 

301,975,840 \ 449,922,637 1,511,401,968 

24, 838, 139 72, 721, 085 ! 130, 317, 484 



Pounds. 
138.084,965 



5, 192, 498 I 

24.923 I 

7,703,508 

I 

5,081,194 I 
3, 057, 126 I 



I 



39.760,435 
21, 417, 730 
7,503,496 I 

13,355,662 

405 I 



98,547,897 < 1,481.834 
89,771,938 > 11,088 

24, 996, 329 1, 062, 083 



I 



3,158 
346 



5.196 , 
101 



14, 703, 631 
20,000 

815, 702 
2,646 



370 



1,028 ' 
132 



Pounds. 

551,213.474 

61,571.175 

36,856.308 
25, 001. 455 
10, 600, 186 

7,688.960 
629,270 

163,140 

2,462 

116 

48 



Pet. 
79.46 
8.88 

5.31 
3.60 
1.53 

1.11 
.09 



.02 



Total 510, 350, 276 , 347, 376, 732 604, 686, 985 , 1,866,577,495 140, 641, 485 693. 726. 594 100. UO 



SUGAR, OTHER THAN BEET, NOT ABOVE NO. 16 DUTCH STANDARD, (a) 



Is 



Cuba 

Dutch East 
Indies , 

Hawaiian 
lands... 

British West 
Indies 

Brazil 

British Guiana. 

Santo Domingo. 

Philippine Is- 
lands 

Puerto Rico 

Egypt 

United King- 
dom 

Dutch Guiana. 

British Africa . 

Danish West 
Indies 

Argentina 

British East 
ludiea 

Mexico 

Peru 

Canada 

Gnateroala 

China 

British Posses- 
sions, n.e.s .. 

Dutch West 
Indies 

French West 
Indies 

British Hon- 
duras 

Hongkong 

Nicaragua 

Ecuador 

Houdnraa 

Colombia 

Haiti 

Salvador 

Denmark 

France 

Spain 

Japan 

Venezaeia 



'• I 



Pounds. 
'2,127,497,454 

I 288,013,620 

324. 726, 584 

256, 784, 785 
258, 447, 122 
134, 455, 359 
89, 421, 821 

124, 052. 343 
75, 484, 143 



43,591,64] 
12,787,452 j 
8, 595, 346 



Pounds. 
1,845,762,623 

I 
280,464,270 | 
I 
274, 210, 828 

193, 498, 237 
180. 262, 039 
110. 848, 960 
66, 492, 169 

68,770,492 
56, 352, 522 
23,250,815 , 

24,312,885 
8, 794, 544 
3,776,030 



Pounds. I Pounds. ' Pounds, 'p. et. 
576,260,997 440.225.111 1,216,583,500 39.62 

634, 171, 629 614, 888, 301 477. 041, 720 ' 15. 54 

352. 175. 269 431. 196, 980 * 499, 766, 798 ' 376, 417, 092 i 12. 26 



[ Pounds. 
1,093,171.312 

I 567,670,780 



217, 409, 91 8 322. 103, 866 , 231, 351, 186 
191,457,878 , 140,773,692 , 139,426,195 
146, 433, 036 | 175, 639, 179 139, 145, 529 \ 
116,972,841 131,279,582 I 94,336,444 



15, 558, 546 9, 131, 589 



6,882 000 
2,922,903 I 



8, 908, 277 
2, 999, 736 , 



145, 075, 344 
81, :»82, 572 
100,335,317 

24, 035. 776 
12,299,609 
26, 564, 115 

12.202.619 , 
6,330,421 ' 

2,565,502 
3, 680, 394 



3, 462, 662 

695, 674 

1, 493, 875 



335,529 

561,480 
46,305 j 



3, 670, 587 

577, 650 

2, 867, 847 

2,673,474 , 



1, 216, 730 



789,681 



72. 463, 577 
86, 607, 317 
124, 055, 211 

34. 789, 357 , 
18,043,833 
25, 895, 460 

16,999,347 
46, 940. 759 

11,173,078 ' 

1, 412, 2.55 

2, 863, 350 

902, 747 



I 



322,284 



29,489,600 ; 

98,417.540 I 

52,354.144 ' 

I 

16,116,058 
25,636,341 ' 
12, 081, 142 

14,832,891 ' 
12,428,502 

9, 381, 265 
2,893,145 
8,544.857 ' 

130.224 
4,907.885 

866,841 



407, 706 



1,972,828 
38,581 { 



86,652 



277,260 



164,866 



137, 000 



308.500 



47,930 I 



180,007 



179,354 
295,023 
482, 628 



I 



265,790 ; 



136,640 |. 



69,000 I 



30, 310 



5,191 
195 



22,062 



170, 107 
"66," 142* 



536 



Total 3,775,878,029 3,168,781,436 3,104,187,781 2.854,192,069 2,448,190,703 3,070,246.004 100.00 



600 



190 



I 



244.229,509 
182,073,385 
141,304,413 
99,700,572 

87,970,271 

79, 688, 819 i 

59,999,098 ' 

28, 560. 143 
15. 512. 356 , 
15.382,418 

13, 744, 908 
13, 139. 936 

7, 772, 042 
2,781,687 
2,281.641 
1,876,590 
1. 216, 242 
1, 168, 106 

534.695 

467,348 

156,363 I 

148,167 ! 

146,826 I 

06, 526 ! 

61,700 

54,728 

53,158 

40.083 

13,800 

13,228 

4,412 

1,038 

184 

120 



7.95 

5.o:t 

4.00 
3.25 

2.87 
2.60 
1.95 

.93 
.50 
.60 

.45 
.43 

.25 
.08 
.07 
.06 
.04 
.04 

.02 

.02 



.08 



a For values, see page 66. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 109 

Quantities of the agricultural imports of the United States (vegetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 
SUGAR ABOVE KO. 16 DUTCH STANDARD, (a) 



Countries from i. 
nrhich importod. '' 



Tears ended Jane 30— 



1894. 



18d5. 



1896. 



1897. 



I 



Pound8. 

Gemuuiy .1,067,564 

Netherlands ... 12, 094, 033 

China I 19,695,200 

United King- 
dom ' 9,345,362 

Hongkone 11, 157, 03(5 

Austria- Hun- I 

gary 237,944 

France I 128.028 

Butch East In- i 

dies 

Canada 315,140 

Hawaiian I s - 

lands ; 1,848,000 

Cnha I 4,865 

Belgium '. 

Japan 

HexSco , 63,350 

Kussia, Enro- 

pean 

British West 

ladies 

Puerto Rico .... 

Guatemala 

Argentina 

Sweden and 

Norway 

British Guiana. 
British East 

Imlies 

DaniHh West 

indies 

BrazU 

Spain 



Pounds. 
9,207,128 ' 
4,896,695 , 
20,828,730 

11,216,216 ' 
8, 1«3, 471 

2. 218, 730 
10,909 



Pounds. I Pounds. 

76,069,020 92,831,103 

33,462,367 I 57.252,335 

31,038,077 ' 11,115,476 

19,600.724 I 18,757,131 

11,993.847 I 3,060,977 



943,494 
13, 370, 578 



11, 500, 231 
2,397,303 



1, 602, 248 

165,400 
775 



87.752 



50 
2L496 



101 
549,298 I 
326,313 . 



175,583 

20.136 

1,529,176 

106,503 

300,000 



36,967 

61,887 
9.900 



300 



Total 58,965,576 



432 



11,200 



10,800 



220 



Pounda. 
37, 190, 485 
37, 597, 744 
6, 794. 691 

4,990.648 
3,887,200 

1,306,933 
6,693 

6, 843. 161 
586,938 

10,097 

" 1,366,* 370* 

324 

165, 873 

242,575 

50.560 
34,881 
13,250 



215 



T 



100 
00 
50 



58, 352, 286 I 187, 463, 791 | 199, 186, 169 101, 088, 663 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



Pounds. 
43,853,060 
29,060,635 
17,804,435 

12, 782, 016 
7,656,506 

3,259,468 
3, 182, 702 



553,532 

408,727 
306,963 
294,595 
169, 935 
115,406 



48,515 

19,745 
19, 440 
4,630 
2,160 

60 
44 



P.et. 
36.24 
24.02 
14.79 

10.58 
6.33 

2.69 
2.83 

1.13 
.46 

.34 
.25 
.24 
.14 
.09 



.02 
.02 



) .01 



121,001,297 100.00 



SUGAR (TOTAL), (a) 



I Pounds. 

Cuha 2,127,502,319 

Germany 358.649,535 

Dutch &st In- I 
dies , 288,013,620 

Hawaiian Is- i 
lands ' 328,574,584 

British West 
Indies 

BraaU 

British Guiana. 

Santo Domingo. 

Philippine Is- 
lands 

Puerto Rico 

Relginm 

Kg>pt 

UiiitMl King- 
dom 

Austria-Hnn- 
gary 

Netherlands 

Ftvnce 

China 

Dutch GniAna. . 

British Africa.. 

Danish West 
Indies 

Argentina 

Hongkong * 11.203,629 

British East 

Indies 6,832,000 



256, 821, 752 

258,447,122 

134.455,350 

89,421,821 

124,052.843 
75.546,030 
80,479,170 



Pounds. , Pounds. I 
1,845,763,398 il,093,171,312 
311.182,968 I 525,991,657 

280.464,270 I 567,670,780 ; 



I Pounds. 

577,790,173 
1,604,233,071 

634, 171, 629 

431, 217, 116 

322.103,866 
140, 773, tf92 
175,639.179 
131, 279, 582 

72,463,577 
86,607.317 
130,423.987 
124, 055, 211 

58,241,416' 40,610,295; 56,992,162 68.250,019 



274.385,228 

193,498.237 
180,262,039 
110,948,060 
66,492,160 

68,770,492 
56,352,954 
24,338,139 
23, 250, 815 



352,175,260 , 

217,421,118 
191,457,878 ' 
146,433.256 
116,972,841 

145, 075, 344 
81,582.810 ; 
72,721,186 

100,835,317 I 



44,536,822 | 
23,829,548 
13,909,622 
21.189,075 I 
12,787,452 i 
8,595,345 



7.411,234 
12,600.203 
35,832 
23,696,923 
8, 794, 544 
3,776,030 



40, 703. 929 
40, 965, 863 
34,810,370 
31, 827, 850 
12, 299, 609 
20, 564, 115 



Pounds. I Pounds. 
440,225,111 1,216,890,463 
175,275,440 , 595,066,534 

621,731,462 j 478,410,352 

499, 776. 895 376, 825, 819 



231,401,746 
139,426,285 
139,145,529 
94,336,444 

29,489,600 

98,452,421 

1,366,370 

52, 354, 144 



P.et. 
31.32 
15.32 

12.31 

9.70 



244,249,344 6.29 

182,073,403 4.69 

141,304,457 I 3.64 

99,700,672 I 2.57 



87,970,271 I 
79,708,307 
61, 865, 770 
59,999,098 | 



2.26 
2.05 
i.59 
1.54 



21, 106, 706 . 49, 040, 119 1. 26 



15, 556, 546 1 9, 1'Jl. 589 , 12, 202, 619 

' 6,341,221 

I 8,351,495 12,046,973 



105,138,128 
82, 248. 664 
92, 169. 241 
11,437,760 
18, 043, 833 
25,895,460 

16,999,347 i 

46,940,759 I 

3.243,630 I 



2, 788, 767 

38, 659. 827 

17, 781 

7, 161, 664 
25, 636,.341 
12, 081, 142 

14, 832, 991 
12, 428. 502 
4, 183, 246 



40,115,776 I 
39, 660, 821 
28, 188, 569 
19, 062, 657 
15, 512, 356 
15,382,418 ; 

13,745.018 
13. 142, 096 
7. 805, 794 



8,908.277, 2,565,592. 11,173,293 i 9,381,265. 7,772,085, 
a For values, see page 67. 



1.03 
1.02 
.73 
.49 
.40 
.40 

.35 
.34 
.20 

.20 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



110 SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 

Quantities of the agricultural imports of the United States {vegetable matter), etc,^ Cont'd. 
SUGAB (TOTAL)— ConUnued. 



Countries from 
which imiK>rted. 



Years ended June 30— 



1894. 



I 



1895. 



Pounds. 

Canada 3,846,249 

Mexico 2,986,253 

Pern 

G iiatemala 605, 574 

British Posaes- 
sious, n.e.s 

Dutch West 
Indies .* 

Ruhsia, Buro- 
pean 

Japan 195 

ITrench West i 
Indies 335,529 

British Hondu- 
ras ' 561,480 1 

l^icaragua ' j 

Ecuador ' 

Honduras 137,000 ' 

Colombia 

Haiti ! 

Salvador ' 69,000; 

Denmark 

Spain 5,191 

Yencznela ' 

Sweden and > 

Norway 300 ' 



Pounds. 
8,329,061 
3, 021, 232 



1896. 



1897. 



Pounds. 
1,304,887 
4, 006, 707 



577,650 
2, 673, 474 



Pounds. 
1,098,330 
1, 412, 255 
2,863,350 



50 
407, 706 



1, 972, 828 



549,834 
38,581 



308,500 
'265*796 ! 



136,640 



86,652 

815, 702 
300,000 



30,310 



000 



lotal 4,345,193,881 3,574,510,454 3.896,338,557 4,918,905,733 



1898. 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



Pounds. 

717, 532 j 
3,059,018 
8,544,857 
4,921,135 



277. 260 



242,575 
514 



179, 354 
482.028 



170, 107 



66,142 

60 



Pounds. 


P.ct. 


1 3,069.392 


0.08 


2, 897. 093 


.08 


2.281,641 


.06 


1.220,872 


.03 


! 534,695 


.01 


467. 348 


.01 


211,655 


.01 


170,119 ^ 




156.363 




148,167 , 




96,526 




61.700 




54,728 
53,158 


.03 


40,083 




13.800 




13,228 




1,048 




120 




60 . 





2,089,920,851 .3,884,973,895 100. iH) 



TEA. (a) 



Countries from which 
imported. 



Years ended June 30— 



1894. 



1895. 



1897. 



Pounds. Pounds. 

China '50.405,188 54,700,393 

Japan 37.980,937 36,941,394 

United Kingdom ' 3, 744, 360 3, 622. 984 

British East Indies 452, 317 562, 208 

Canada 620,572 1,081,972 

Hongkong 282,404 i 304,820 

Netherlands 16,738 | 36,972 

Germany ' 993 1,782 

Portuguese East Indies.' 

Dutch East Indies I 8,090 

Kussia, European ' 858 823 

Italy ; I 

Philippine Islands ' | 

France I 58 10 

Mexico ; 

Bermuda I 56 

British West Indies. . . . | 120 

Belgium 



50 



Newfoundland and 

Labrador 

British Africa 

Austria- Hungary 

Turkey, Euroj)ean 

Sweden and Norway . .. 

Portuguese Africa 1 

Turkey, Asiatic 



20 



Pounds. 

50,916,111 

38,552,467 

2. 605, 481 

1,239,593 

293, 422 

815, 788 

6,073 

1,157 

6,010 

527 

475 

70 

800 

120 

168 

10 

10 

90 



Pounds. 
56,524,546 
45,465,161 ; 
6, 217, 726 I 
2,117,433 
2,547,294 
408,617 , 
20, 143 
39,093 
5,714 
5 
600 
367 



Pounds. 

39,812,105 

24,897.809 

3, 251, 650 

2,298,772 

1, 503, 725 

191,117 

280 

586 



270 
640 



25 



25 



20 
50 



Annual average, 
1894-1888. 



209 1 


333 


80 1 


360 


57 


60 


50 ... 





Pounds. 


Peret, 


50.471.668 


53.68 


36,767.554 


39.11 


3,900,440 


4.15 


1, 334. 065 


1.42 


1,210,597 


1.29 


300,549 


.32 


16,041 


.03 


8,722 




2.345 , 




1,724 




605 , 




215 




160 




146 




122 




47 




36 
18 


^ .01 


13' 




10 




5 




2 




1 




1 




1 





Total 93.518,717 197,253,458 93,998,372 113,347. 175 71,957,715 94,015,087 100.00 



a For values, see page 68. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Ill 



QnantitieM of the agricultural imparts of the United States (vegetable matter), etc, — Cont'd. 
TOBACCO, LEAF, SUITABLE FOR CIGAR WRAPPERS, (a) 



Countries fVom which 
importe«l. 



Years ended June 30— 



18M. 



1805. 



1896. 



1897. 



Xctherlands 3,809,920 

tiermany 387, 6&8 



Pounds. Pounds. \ Pounds. I Pounds. 



Ciinada. 

CnUa I 

Vnited Kingdom ' 

Mexico I 

Belgium 

Dutch East Indies | . 

Brilish East Indies 

Tenezaela '. 

British West Indies....! 

Puerto Rico 

Colombia ' . 

Santo Domingo 

Spain -•. . 

lN$nmark '. 

Danish West Indies 1 . 

Aden '. 

China 



77,443 
103. 518 
2.293 
2,679 
3,309 



5,104,495 

318, 275 

2i:<, 508 

28.133 

4.098 

13 

10, 335 



4,302,662 

117,094 I 

738, 480 I 

22,406 I 

8,692 • 

1, 155 I 

4,824 

15,741 . 



1896. 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



5, 270. 924 
487,063 ) 
288,842 I 
3,129 I 
6,514 I 
118 
427 



Pounds. 

3, 688. 846 

129, 132 

95, 326 

44,577 

3,594 

17, 573 

87 



.1. 



264 



652 



224 



380 I 



Total 4,447,308 5,679,252 



243 



4,957 
3,263 



793 



104 
42 I 



158 
252 



Pounds. 

4, 447, 360 

287, 844 

282, 720 

40, 353 

5,038 

4,308 

3,796 

3,148 

991 

653 

183 

159 

125 

76 

50 

24 



5, 211, 852 6, 057, 268 i 3, 988, 561 I 5, 076, 848 



Perct. 

87. CO 

5.07 

5. 57 

.80 

.10 

.09 

.07 

.06 

.02 

.01 



.01 



TOBACCO, LEAF, NOT SUITABLE FOR CIGAR WRAPPERS, (h) 



Cuba 

Germany . 
Mexico... 
Canada. 



Turkey, European 
I'nited Kingdom . 
Turkey, Asiatic 
Santo Domingo 
Puerto Kico . 
Xetherlauds 

E«ypt 

British We«t Indies. . . . 
Philippine Islands 

Hongkong 

Spain 

Austria -Hungary 

British Potssessious, i 
n. e. s. : | 

Malta, Gozo, etc 

(Hher 

Argentina i 

Dutcli East Indies ' 

Russia, European | 

France 1 

Colombia | 

Japan 

Gibraltar ' 

Sir'*:::::::::-::::::i 

China 

Greece 

Spanwh Posse s s i on s , 

n.e.s 

Venezuela ' 

British East Indies t 

Bermuda 

Beliyium • 

Brazil 

Honduras I 

Denmark 

Haiti I 

Sweden and Norway ... 




Pounds. I Pounds. 

4, 406, 944 I 4, 357, 219 

1,360,484 

749,442 

385,945 

296. 369 

151,022 

58,310 

77.867 

2,390 

175, 050 

8,331 

21,467 

11,350 

11,156 

4,323 

10, 171 



734 



1,26U 
360 

280 

1,141 
236 



2,296 
10, 710 I 



1,325 



4,107 



1,031 



1,847 
"223 



992 ; 

438 



1,042 



200 



703 



982 



190 !. 



10 



8,518 



1,065 
2,904 
711 
2,191 
1,003 



850 
"27*1 



257, 746 

016,096 

309, 740 

379, 497 

103,618 

61, 129 

t«7. 188 

239, 744 

5. 793 

3,603 

31.488 

12. 858 

3,300 

1,626 

309 



5,161 



582 



Pounds. 

14, 027, 058 

366. 980 

311,388 

304. 294 

180. 501 

161,206 

83. 977 

52, 313 

48, 427 

38.903 

13, 761 

12, 516 

6.483 

5. 725 

3.420 

2.703 



110 
400 



844 I 



100 I 



327 I 



2,428 

2, 142 
1, 032 
821 
699 
581 
542 
438 
399 
362 
338 
264 

252 

210 

196 

190 

141 

73 

38 

12 

5 

2 



Per ct. 
89.74 
2.35 
1.99 
1.95 
1.15 
1.03 
.54 
.33 
.31 
.25 
.09 
.08 
.04 
.04 
.02 
.02 



.02 

.01 
.01 



Total 15, 215, 951 20, 989, 009 127, 713, 114 , 7, 747, 959 6, 488, 547 15, 630, 916 100. 00 



a For values, ace page i 



b For values, see page 09. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



112 



SOURCES OP AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quantities of the (Ufrioultural imports of the United States {vegetable matter) ^ eto. — Cont'd. 
TOBACCO, LEAF (TOTAL), (a) 



Cuuntrien from which | 
imported. 



Years ended Jane 30 — 



1894. 



1895. 



1896. 



I 



1897. 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



Pounds. I Pounds. 

Cuba 14,578,248 ,20,175.620 

Netherlands 3.8^.?20 5,107,533 



Uermauy 

Canada 

Mexico 

Turke V, European __ . , — 

rniterf Kingdom ' 201,641 

TurkfV, Asiatic ! 23, 844 

Santo Domingo.. 
Puerto Rico 



442,002 
221,347 
44, 101 I 
157,203 I 



428,222 
454,254 
57,853 
43,416 
160, 338 
173, 048 



Pounds. 

26,771,317 

4,313,298 

168,571 

1, 179, 616 

93,297 

26,019 

204, 9U 

103,544 

107 



Bntish West Indies 

Philippine Islands 

Hongkong 

Dutch East Indies 

Bel^iun 

Spam 

A ustria- Hungary 

British Possessions, 
n. e.s. : 

Malta, Gozo, eto 

Aden 

Other 

Argentina 

Bntish East Indies 

Venezuela 

Bussia, European 

Colombia 

France 

Japan 

Gibraltar 

Uruguay 

Italy.... 

China 

Greece 

Spanish Possessions, 
n.e.s 

Berm iida 

Bmril 

Honduras 

Deumark 

Danish West Indies 

Haiti 

Sweden and Norway . . . 



12, 189 I 
2,400 
1,268 
2,160 



4>012 
11, 152 



236 



734 



1.260 
360 
280 



16,562 
7,282 
6,941 
4,009 



10,335 



28,119 
851 



7.939 
15,741 
4,824 



2,296 

10, 710 I 
982 



8,030 



1,325 



4,107 



1,031 



1,847 



l.Hl I 



992 ! 

438 

720 

1.042 

119 



190 ' 



10 



Pounds. 

4,410,078 

5, 445, 974 

1,847,547 

674,787 

749,560 

296.369 

157,586 

58,319 

77,867 

2,890 

8,381 

21, 467 

11,350 

11,156 



427 
4,323 
10, 171 



Pounds. 

4,401,796 

8,694,639 

386.878 

405,066 

633,669 

379,497 

107, 212 

61,129 

97,346 

240.637 

3.603 

81,488 

12,858 

8,360 

5,161 

87 

1,878 

309 



I 



8,518 
8 



8,147 
1,065 
711 
2,191 
1,003 



85U I 
27 



25 



104 
42 I 



60 , 



8 I 



4,957 
4,107 



582 
9 



110 
403 



100 
827 



Pounds. 

14,067,411 

4.486,272 

654,824 

687, 014 

815.096 

180,501 

166,334 

83,977 

52,389 

48,586 

13. 761 

12,699 

6,483 

5,725 

4,180 

8,937 

8.470 

2,703 



Per et. 

67.93 

21.67 

3.16 

2.84 

1.52 

.87 

.80 

.41 

.25 

.23 

.07 

.06 

.03 

.03 

.02 

.02 

.03 

.01 



2,430 

2,142 

1.187 
869 
821 
706 
699 
542 
438 
899 



264 



190 
73 



86 



.01 



.01 
.01 



Total 19, 663, 269 26, 666, 261 32, 924, 966 13, 805, 227 10, 477, 108 , 20, 707, 764 



100.00 



VANILLA BEAKS, (a) 



Mexico 


Pounds. 

101. Ill 

21,920 

34,112 

7,082 

1.323 


Pounds. 
90.753 
15,446 
19.918 
5,039 
6,071 


Pounds. 

167,425 

38,069 

l.%402 

7,009 

1,767 

4.274 

650 
192 
188 
400 
362 


Poundi. 
65,878 
82, 191 
89,825 
14,817 
2,919 
5.754 


Pounds. 
22,824 
23,658 
11.880 
2.298 
8,266 


Pounds. 
89,498 
26,257 
24,228 

7,149 

2,869 

2,006 

1.091 

987 

240 

173 

120 

72 

21 

3 

3 

? 

1 
1 


PereL 
57.84 


French Oceania 

France ........... . 


16.97 
15.66 


United Bllngdom 

French West Indies. . . . 
British West Indies 


4.62 
1.85 
1.30 


Danish West Indies 


5,450 
139 
344 
75 






.70 




127 
303 
532 


4,018 
361 
24 
185 




.64 


Netherlands 




.16 


Canada 


45 
15 


.11 


Hritinh Anat.rAliuiiA. .. 


.08 


Brazil ' • 




.05 


Italy i 


107 




.01 




15 










15 






BriHRh East Indies 




11 






:v.v.'.'.:'.:: 




4 












4 
4 
4 
2 




.01 


Peru 




















Costa Kica 























Total . 


171,556 


137.296 


235, 70:J 


165. 001 


63,097 


164,723 


100.00 



a For values, mh- pajre 70. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



SOURCES OP AGBICULTUBAL IMPORTS. 



113 



QuanHtieaofiheagriculturalimparUofthe United States (vegetable nuitter), etc. — Cont'd. 

BEANS AND PEAS, (a) 



Caiintri«e ftom 'whioh 
imported. 



Canada 

AnstriA-Himgarj . 

Mexico 

France 

Italy 

Germany 

Netberiands 

China. 



Years ended Jane 30— 



16M. 



18»5. 



1896. 



1897. 



BelKimn ........... 

rnfled Kingdom. . . 

Cuba 

Hongkong 

Tiukey,AeiJttic 

Doteb Eaei Indies . 
Chile 



Japan 

British Weet Indies. . . . 

Bermnda 

Spain 

S veden and Korway . . . 

Turkey , Enropean . . . . 
A sores, and Madeira 

Islands 

Gnatemala 

Gibraliar 

Colombia 

Puerto Rico 

Hawaiian Islands 



Buiheh. 
556.-479 
424,422 I 
8.234 I 
49,536 I 
21,851 
60,466 
22,697 
8,812 
22,135 
4,635 
2,276 
1,496 
18 



Bushels. 
671.296 
582,867 
58,376 
80,512 
65,416 
36,796 
12,766 
5, 142 I 
1,102 1 
7,101 I 
2,310 ' 
2,002 
908 , 



Bushels. 

519, 675 

34,871 

13,205 

4,629 

26,558 

2,129 

1,700 

7,823 

3 

168 

1,960 

1,347 

4 



538 
240 
43 
97 
22 
35 
40 



T 



63 
156 



37 



Total I 1,184,081 



17 I 
20l 



14 



1,535,960 613,801 



Bushels. 
463,803 



4,665 
2.224 
2.680 
147 
1,303 
5,887 

24 

327 

1,029 

1,182 

11 



1808. 



BushOs. 
78, 813 



482,984 



64.464 

774 

7,385 

46 

1,055 

7,870 

69 

89 

699 

1,560 

35 

556 



37 



Annual average, 
1894-1808. 



163,560 



Bushels. 

457.981 

208.332 

29.789 

29.335 

24.778 

19.917 

7,906 

7,107 

4.667 

2,463 

1,657 

1,536 

194 

111 

108 

106 

61 

19 

19 

14 

10 

6 

4 
3 
2 
1 
1 



796, 077 



Per et. 

57.52. 

26.17 
3.74 
3.69 
3.11 
2.50 



.50 
.31 
.21 
.10 
.03 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 



.01 



100.00 



CABBAGES, (a) 



i^w^niarlt ...*..r 


Number. 


Number. 

(«) 


: Number. 

' rl, 156, 901 

80,656 

20,610 

3,450 

40 

30 


Number. 

595,750 

108,482 

6,700 


Number. .Numberlib) 
5B4.217 


Per et. 
88.84 


Canada 


: 63,046 


9.50 


Netherlandfl 


9,106 


1 38 


BennadA 


1 150 


.18 


British Weat Indies.... 
Mexico 


101 


47 

10 


} .01 


Total 


(«) 


(c) 


1,261,096 


711,033 


j 657,576 


100.00 









ONIONS, (a) 



Bermuda 

United Kingdom 

Spain 

Egypt 

Canadft 

Cuba 

Britiah Australasia 

Italy 

France 

Mexico 

British West Indies... 

Xetberiauds 

China 

Hongkong 



Bushels. 



ic) 



Bushelf. I Bushde. 



(c) 



{•) 



Bushels. 


Bushels. 


223,638 


265,718 


220,876 


135,342 


42,702 


55,726 


35.355 


16,946 


21.200 


4,950 


7.868 


1,413 


2.845 


4,328 


2,776 


3,488 


1,984 


60 


380 


860 


420 




62 





3 ! 



Bushels, {d) Perct. 

244, 678 46. 65 

178. 109 

49, 214 

26,160 

13.084 

4,640 

3.587 

3, 132 

1,022 

625 

210 

31 



Total ■ 



(e) 



(c) 



(c) 



560, 138 



488,853 



a For values, see page 7 1. 
6 Annual average, 1896-1898. 

15010— No. 17 8 



33.96 

0.38 

4.09 

2.49 

.88 

.68 

.60 

.20 

.12 

.04 



.01 



524, 496 100. 00 



e Not stAted. 

d Annual average, 1807-1898. 



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114 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quaniitiea of ihectgricuUural imparls of the UniUd States (vegetable matter), etc. — Cont'd. 

POTATOES, (a) 



Conntriee from which 
imported. I 



Canada 

United Kingdom 

Bermuda 

Germany 

Belgium 

Cuba 

Ketherlaods 

China 

Portugal 

Hexioo 

France 

British West Indies... 

Italy 

Hongkong 

Denmark 

BritiHh Possessions, 

n.e.s 

Japan 

Miqnelon, Langley, etc, 

Bnzi] 

Colombia 



Total-... 



BuMheli. 

784,882 

1, 9»5, 214 

64,993 

41.662 

51,720 

28.084 

28.347 

1.187 

4,539 

1.285 

113 

295 



143 I 
139 I 



25 I 



1895. 



Years ended June 30— 
1897. 



1896. 



Bushels. 

975, 840 ' 
255,153 I 
70.073 
25,558 
1,385 . 
7.966 
1.011 I 
1.150 I 



BushOi. I 

76,829 I 

15 I 

65,853 

14,871 I 



Bushels. 
99.982 
62.839 
56,734 
15,814 



12, 145 

170 

1.092 



8.080 

317 

1.183 



1.266 I 
974 I 
390 I 
857 ' 
399 
9 



1, 1«7 I 

514 I 

1,081 

1,404 ' 

81 



271 
319 
510 



128 



I 



6 I 

10 t. 



1898. 



Bushels. 

1.059,581 

4,23L 

67.708 

30,072 

14.683 

1.260 

1,627 

870 



Annual average, 
1894-1898. 



403 I 

609 ' 

22 

5 

221 I 



BuOuls. 
599,423 

463.490 

63,072 

25.595 

13,558 

11.507 

6.294 

1,096 

9J8 

868 

506 

460 

358 

166 

74 

5 
3 
2 

1 



r 



3,002,578 I 1,341.533 175.240 < 



Per el. 

50.48 

39.04 

5.31 

2.16 

1.14 

.97 

.53 

.09 

.08 

.07 

.04 

.04 

.03 

.01 



.01 



246. 178 , 1, 171. 378 1. 187. 381 100. 00 

I I 



VINEGAR. (M 



United Kingdom . . 

France 

Germany 

China 

lUly 

IVUgium 

Hongkong 

Canada 

Spain 

Mexico...* 

Greece 

Cuba 

Austria-Hungary . 
Japan 



Total. 



QcMons. 

27,161 

35,384 

3,136 

648 

679 

896 

160 

343 

no 

101 



QiMons. I 
85.171 : 
26.427 I 
5,774 ' 
3,081 
2.681 : 
1,022 
299 
548 
53 
52 



OaUons. 

39.617 

80.098 

4,527 

3.362 

2,436 

348 

251 

252 

159 

6 



14 



10 



I 



68,542 1 75.108 1 

I 



81.075 



OaUons. 

36.798 

80.198 

8,226 

2,892 

1.144 

1.112 

302 

2 

325 

94 



80 



Gallons. 

44,313 

30,784 

8.703 

1,421 

1,359 

3.321 

426 

136 



3 
90 



OaUons. 

36,612 

30.578 

4,073 

2,281 

1.660 

1.822 

288 

256 

129 

51 

18 

8 

3 

2 



76, 123 I 



85.556 ; 



I 



Peret. 

47.37 

89 57 

5.27 

2.95 

2.15 

1.71 

.37 

.33 

.17 

.07 

.02 

.01 

\ .01 



77,281 , 100.00 



CHAMPAGNE AND OTHER SPARKLING WINES. (O 



France 

United Kingdom 

Belgium 

Germany 

Canada 

Italy 

Switzerland 

British West Indies . . 

Netherlands 

Anstria-Hangary 

Hexioo 

Spain 

Portugal 

Sweden and Norway . . 

Cuba 

Bermuda 

Hawaiian Islands 

Peru 

Russia. Asiatic 

Greece 

Brazil 

French Guiana 

Haiti 



Doz. bottles Doz. bottles Dot. bottles Doz. bottles Doz. botOes 



224,942 244,172 1 225,044, 



4,617 

3.159 

2,574 

753 

336 

481 



152 

205 : 

126 I 



3,982 
5,927 I 
3,001 
227 
290 I 
24 I 



24 ; 

34 

57 



15 I. 

4 !. 



7,104 

9,332 

3.984 

416 

378 

10 

6 

38 

2 

17 



213.506 
6,396 ■ 
8.734 
3.282 
1,216 
282 

'"■57' 
22 ' 
19 
25 



210.664 

4,852 

2,343 

4,610 

222 

544 

46 

460 

31 

1 

27 

17 



1 I 



Total. 



237,360 257,757 > 246,393 



228.628 



223.827 



Doz. bottle* 

223.678 

5,390 

4,899 

8.490 

567 

366 

118 

95 

00 

53 

49 

8 

7 

6 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 



Per et. 

93.67 

2.26 

2.05 

1.46 

.24 

.15 

.05 

.04 

.03 

.02 

.02 



.01 



288,793 I 100.00 



a For valneA, see page 72. 



b For values, see page 73. 



e For values, see page 74. 

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115 



(^Mantities of the affriculturalimporU of the United Stales (r etjei able matter) , etc, — Cont'd. 

STILL WINES, BOTTLED, (o) 



CuuntrieM from which 
iniiiorte<l. 



Trance 

Geriuaoy , . 

llaly 

iiel^inm 

Tainted Kingdom 

Sp.iiii 

A ustria-U uiticarv | 

Netherlan«la 

Portagal , 

Cuba ' 

Canada : 

Switzerhind 

Japan 

Russia. European 

Hongkong I 

Azorea. and Madeira 
Islands I 

Mexico ! 

Sir<*den and Norway . . .' 

Greece i 

Bi'rmuda ; 

Chile I 

China ; 

French Africa 

British West Indies.. J 

Newfoundland and Lab- 
rador ! 

Turkey, A sialic 

Britbili Australasia 

DauisL West Indies 

Puerto Kico 

Oilombia 

French Oceania 

Braiil 

British Africa 

Pern 

Denmark 

Gibraltar 

Evjpt 

Miquelon. Langley. etc 

Malta, Gozo, etc 

Canary Islands 

Argentina 

Britif<h Gniana 

French West ludien. . . 

Haiti 



1894. 

Doz. hot fie* 
112.828 ' 
87,505 
e.^, 738 
12. 172 
6.244 
3.458 
2,802 
1,160 
2,130 
721 
223 
307 



Years ended J un« 30— 
1805. 169C. 1807. 



Doz. bottle* Doz. bottle* 



70 
223 

39 
124 

25 

55 

61 

10 ' 
1 , 

1 I 
41 
32 



122, luO 
81,3>« 
72, 791 
7.340 
3.654 
2,005 ' 
2,826 I 
1,202 
6 
792 
194 
311 ' 
51 
1,244 . 
350 

73 • 

47 ; 



12 1 
124 ' 

17 

64 
104 



28 

i4 



123, 224 

9;i, 512 

71,300 

8.787 

5,518 

3,347 

2, 879 

1.228 

1,590 

690 

677 

463 

456 



Annual average, 

1834-1898. 



Doz. bottle* ' Doz. bottles Doz. boltlee I 



1 
12 



112,704 

83,298 

87, 902 

10, 077 

4.594 

1,796 

3,020 

1.736 

1,350 

724 

499 

300 

665 



91,018 

76, 581 

73,257 

10, 483 

7,454 

2. 820 

1,717 

2,216 

1.336 

360 

300 

422 

594 



15 



34 


43 


26 


57 


102 


79 


18 


3 


12 


14 


55 


10 




1 


1 


48 


30 


35 


27 


32 









;:::::::::::i::":::::::: 


30 


1 


12 





112,375 

81. 457 

74, -202 

9. 772 

5,493 

2,685 

2,U5U 

1,509 

1, 288 

65H 

391 

362 , 

353 

249 

123 

88 ; 

81 
46 
45 ' 
39 
31 I 
27 
27 
24 , 

20 

15 

10 

8 

4 
4 

4 

4 
2 
2 

1 
1 

1 
1 



'et ct. 

37. 83 

28.43 

24. 98 

3.29 

1.85 

.90 

.89 

.51 

.43 

.22 

.13 

.12 

.12 

.08 

.04 



.03 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



.02 



Total. 



296,097 296,779 314,190 



309, 281 



268, 921 



STILL WINES, UNBOTTLED. (6) 



OcMont. 

Germany 931.919 

8uaiu 784,956 

France 421.877 

Ilalv 164.465 I 

Portugal 90,981 

Unile<i K mgdoiu 6.5, 906 I 

A n<«triM Hungary j 56, 698 

Cuba i 25,484 

Netherlands I 20.336 

Belgium 23,491 

Azores, and Madeira 

IsIandM 4.23- 

Canada 2,173 , 

Switzerland 2.886 i 

Japan 62 I 

Greece **>7 

Canary Islanda 1. 014 

TiirkeV. Asiatic - - 1. 581 

Mexico 574 

Gibraltar... 10 

Freiicli A frica 115 

a For values, .see page 74. 



Gallone. 
1,134,721 
720. 154 , 
523,780 I 
154. 404 
79.049 I 
63,842 
44,245 I 
22.984 ! 
11,281 ' 
11,910 

4,904 
5.072 
. 3.490 
749 I 
3.495 I 
2. 112 , 
865 
630 
619 
5U , 



Oallons. 

1.127,99-i 

715,710 I 

499. 726 I 

218.496 I 

90.057 I 

72,322 

43,942 ' 

15. 260 

14,678 I 

8, 181 ; 

11,033 
4. 172 I 
4.089 
3.190 I 
1.688 I 
903 ! 
1.368 ! 
913 
147 I 



171 I 



Gallons. 

1,245.726 
698.612 I 
599.456 ' 

188, 086 
83.00G I 
62.725 ! 
37. 044 
17.837 I 
18,534 ' 
18,738 

7.451 
5.105 , 
6,297 
3,668 
1, 829 I 
2. 144 I 
182 
624 I 
107 



Gallons. , 
640, 21U 
584.738 I 
299.636 
188.935 I 
77,471 
50.002 
28,747 I 
3. 126 ' 
17. 293 
16, 779 
I 

9,268 
2. 702 
2.311 I 
5.964 1 

2m 

712 ' 

1.017 , 

821 

100 ' 



b For values. Heo page 75. 



Gallons. 

1,010.114 

700, 834 

468, 896 

182, 877 

84,113 

62. 977 

42. 135 

16.9.i8 I 

16. 424 

1.'). 820 

7.379 

3,8i5 

3,815 

2. 727 

1.542 

1,389 

1,003 

712 

197 

166 



Per et. 

38.63 

26.64 

17.83 

6.95 

\ 20 

2. ;J9 

1.00 

.64 

.02 

.60 

.28 
.15 
.15 
.10 
.06 
.05 
.04 
.03 
.01 
.01 



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lie 



SOURCES OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 



Quantities of the agricultural imports of the United States (vegetable matter) j etc, — Cont'd. 
STILL WINES, UNBOTTLED-Continued. 



Countries from which 


Years ended June 30— 


AnnuMl avc 
1894-189 


Per a. 


imported. 


1894. 


1895. 1 1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


Brazil 


OaUofu. 
22 


OaOoM. 


OaUons. 
115 
61 
59 


GaUons, 


OaUofui. 
233 

800 


OtOUm*. 

74 


BrlUeh AastralMla 






72 
65 
62 

54 , 

53 1 

39 1 

84 ! 

83 

31 

25 

23 

12 

12 

9 

6 

4 

2 1 




Sweden And Norway . . . 






264 
110 

52 
123 

20 




Turkey, European 

Newfouadland and Lab- 
rador 


202 








59 i 90 


70 




Puerto Rico 


141 








Hongkong 


115 


60 
172 






Malta. Oozo, etc 








British West Indies.... 


66 


78 
45 


i 


20 


> 0.02 


Cliina 


110 




]{ritiah Africa .. .. 






122 


4 

67 
61 




^iouGlon. Lftnirldv. 6tc. 






58 




Dutch West Indies 










Denmark 








60 




EevDt 






45 

80 






Argentina 












Danish West Indies 






18 
11 






Africa, n.e«B 























ToUl 


2.599,693 


2, 789, 153 9 Bsu. RfiA 


2,997,952 


1,930.870 


2,630,513 1 inf> nn 













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INDEX TO TABI.B8. 



Articles imported. 



Values. 



Quantities. 



Almonds , 

Animals not elsewhere specified, including fowls 

Areols, or wine lees 

Bsrley 

Bananas 

Beans and peas 

Beeswax 

Bones, hoofs, and horns 

Brandy 

Breadstuffs, and preparations of, not elsewhere specitied, used as food 

BrisUes, crude, not sorted, bunched, or prepared 

Bristles, sorted, bunched, or prepared 

Bristles (total) 

Butter 

Cahbaces , 

Cattle 

Champagae and other sparkling wines 

Cheeee 

Cherry juice. (jSee Fruit juices.) 

Chicoiy root, raw. ungronnd , 

Chicory root, roasted, ground, or otherwise prepared 

Chocolate, other than confectionery and sweetened chocolate 

Cocoa, or cacao, crude, and leaves and shells of 

Coeoa, or caeao, prepared or manufactured 

Coeoanuts 

Coffee 

Coffee substitutes, other than chicory root 

Com(maise) 

Cotton 

Currants 

Dates 

Eggs 

Feathers and downs, crude 

Fibers, regetable, not elsewhere specified 

s«» 

Flax 

Flaxseed 

Flowers, natural, dressed or undressed 

Fruit juices not elsewhere specified, including cherry juice 

Fruits not elsewhere specified (including nuts free of duty, except coeoanuts) 

Fruits, prepared or preserved 

Gelatin 

Gtn^^er, preserved or pickled 

Gloe 

Goatskins 

Grease and tallow 

Got 

Hair 

Hemp 

Hide cuttings and other glue stock 

Hides and skins, other than furs, not elsewhere specified 

Hides and skins, other than furs (total) 

Hides of cattle 

Hooey 

Hops 

Hones 

Indigo 

Istle, or Tampico fiber 

Jute and jute butts 

Lemons 

Unseed, or flaxseed 

llalt^bariey 

Hall extract, fluid or solid 

Halt liqnon, bottled 

Maltlianon, onbottled .'. 

Manila hemp 

Meat and meat axtraots 

If eat product* noi elsewhere specified 



Page. 



58 



Page, 



98 



41 


89 


il 


89 


49 




71 


118 


23 


76 


7A 




64 


105 


48 




24 


77 


25 


77 


25 


77 


25 


78 


71 


113 


22 


76 


74 


114 


25 


78 


45 


93 


45 


93 


43 


91 


44 


91 


44 


92 


^4 




44 


92 


46 


.94 


41 


90 


46 


94 


49 


97 


49 


97 


26 


78 


?6 




48 


96 


50 


97 


46 


94 


60 


103 


48 




49 


97 


5? 




fJ? 




«*> 




5') 





32 


84 


84 


84 


3« 




Sfl 




88 





65 


09 


46 


95 


84 




36 


86 


37 


87 


35 


85 


38 


88 


55 


99 


22 


76 


55 


90 


47 


05 


47 


95 


50 




60 


103 


56 


100 


56 




56 


100 


66 


100 


47 


95 


B6 




89 





117 



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INDEX TO TABLES. 



ArticleH imported. 



Valnes. Quantities. 



Milk 

Molasses 

3fur»ery t>tock (plants, trees, sliriibs, vines, etc.). 

Nutiue;:s 

Nuts not elsewhere speeilietl 

Outnieal 



Page 



OaU. 

Oil, olive, salwl. 

Oilc 



Icake . 



Oils, auininl, not elsewhere specifled, except whale and fish . 

Oil», vegetable : Fixed or expressed, other than olive 

Oils, vegetable : Volatile, or essential 

Oleosteariu 

Olive oil, i.alad 

Onions . 



Opium, crnde or unmanufactured. 

Opium, prepare<l 

Oranges . 



Pepper, black or white 

Pickles and sauces 

Plants, trees, shrubs, vines, etc . 

Plums aud prunes 

Potatoes 

Prune juice or prune wine 

Kaisins. 



Kennets 

Rice 

Rice flour, rice meal.'aud broken rice. 
Rye . 



Sauerkraut 

Sausaj^e. Bologna 

Sausago skins 

Seeds, other than linMee<l, or flaxseed . 
Sheep . 



Silk, raw, or as reeled Irom llio cocoon 

Silk (total) 

Sil k cocoons 

Silk waste 

Sisal gniAS 

Spleen, ground (and other dntiable) 

Spices, unground (free ofdiity), not elsewhere si>eclfied . 

Spirits, diHtillHl, not elsewhere HiH-cifled 

Spirits, distilled, of domestic manufacture, returned 

Starch 



Straw . 

Sugar above No. 16 Dutch stan lard 

Sngar, beet, not above No. 10 Dutch sUindard 

Sugar, other than beet, not above Xo. 10 Dutch standard . 

Sugar (total) 

Tea. 



Tobacco, leaf, not suitable for ci^ar wrappers 

Tobacco, leaf, suitable for cigar wrappers 

Toba ceo, 1 ea f ( t otal ) '. 

Vanilla beans 

Vegetables in their natural state not elsewhere siiecitied 

Vegetables, prepared or jireserved, not elsewhere Kpecilied . 

Vinegar 

Wafers, unmedicatcd 

Wheat 

Wheat 
W^ines, 
Wines. 
Wines, 
Wools, 
Wools, 
Wools, 
Wools, 
Wools, 
Wools. 
AVm»ls, 

W<K>U. 

W..ol8. 

Wwds 



flour 

champagne and other sparkling . 

Htill,l)otiled 

Htill, unbottlcil. 



etc., class 1, clothing: In the crease. 

etc.. class l.chtthJDg: Scoured 

etc., class 1, clothing (total) 

etc., class 2. combing: lu the grease. 

etc., class 2. combing : Scoured 

etc., class 2, combing (total) 

etc., class 3. carpet : In the givase. . . 

etc., class 3. carpet: Scoiin-d 

etc.. class :<. carjM-t (total) 

(total) 



Page. 
20 

65 107 

57 

62 103 

54 

42 90 

41 90 

58 101 

57 , 100 

39 88 

58 

59 i 101 

40 89 

58 101 

71 ' 113 

59 ' 102 

59 102 
:o 

62 103 

72 ' 

57 [II'II!!!!!! 

51 ' 98 

72 114 

48 96 

51 98 

40 

60 102 

60 103 

42 , 90 

00 ' 

40 * 89 

40 

61 

22 76 

27 79 

28 79 

27 , 79 

28 ; 79 
47 96 

63 104 

62 I 1.14 

64 1<>« 

63 I 105 

65 106 

69 107 
•r? 1119 

66 108 

66 1U8 

67 109 
08 HO 
00 HI 
6H HI 

70 112 
70 112 

72 

73 

73 114 

74 

42 90 

42 91 

74 114 

74 115 

75 115 

28 HO 

29 . 80 
29 80 

29 81 

30 81 
30 HI 

30 M2 

31 , 82 
31 83 
31 83 



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Bulletin No. '18. ^ » -* • \, 

/V2*> - U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

SECTION OF FOBEIGN MAKKEl'S. 



OUR TRADE 



WITH 



JAPAN, CHINA AND HONGKONa, 



18 8 9-1890. 



BY 



FHANK H. HITCHCOCK, 

CHIEF. SECTION OF FOREIGN MARKETS. 




WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1900. 



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PUBLICATIONS OF TBE SECTION OF FOREiaN MARKBTS; 

. Bulletins (to be procared at the priees indioated f^om the Saperintendent of Doett- 
ments, Union Baildin^/ Washington, D.C.): 

No. 1.— Great Britain and Ireland. Price (including ^upplement)i 10 cent*. 

No. 2.— The German Einpire. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 3. — Prance. Price, 6 cents. 

No. 4. --Canada. Price, 5 cents. 

Na 5.— Netherlands. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 6. — Belgium. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 7. — Norway. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 8.— Sweden. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 9. — ^Denmark. (In course of preparation.) 

No. 10. — Our Foreign Trade in Agrieultiiral Products during the Fiye Fiseal Teacs 
1893-^1897. "^Price, 6 cents. 

No. 11. — Spain's Foreign Trade^ Price, 5 cents. 

No. 12.— Our Trade with Spain, 1888-1897. Price, 6 cents. 

No. 13.— Trade of PnSrto Rico. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 14.— Trade of the Philippine Islands. Price, 10 cents. 

No. 15.— Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products, 1894-1898. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 16.— Distribution of the Agricultural Exports of the United States, 1894-1898. 

No. 17:— Sources of the Agricultural Imports of the United States, 1894-1898. (In 
press.) 

No. 18.— Our Trade with Japan, China, and Hongkong, 1889-1899. 

Ciroulara (for A*ee distribntiou. Apply to the Secretary of Agriculture, Washing- 
ton, D.C.): 

No. 1.— Peaches and Other Fruits in England. (Exhausted.) 

No. 2. — American Dried Apples in the German Empire. 

No. 3. —Imports and Exports for 1893 and 1894. (Exhaosted. ) 

No. 4.— An Example for American Farmers and Dairymen. (Exhansted.) 

No. .->.— The Treaty of Shimonoseki between China and Japan of April 17, 1885, 
and Our Possibilities of Trade with those Countries. (Exhausted.) 

No. 6.— Imports and Exports for 1893, 1894, and 1895, (Exhaust^.) 

No. 7. — Extension of Markets for American Feed Stuffs. 

No. 8.— The Manchester District of England as a Market for American Products. 

No. 9.— Imports and Exports for 1893, 1894, 1896, and 1896. 

No. 10.— Course of Wheat Production and Exportation in the United States, Can- 
ada, Argentina, Uruguay^, Russia^ and British India from 1880 to 1896. » 

No. 11.— Agricultural ProduQts Imported and Exported by the United States in 
the Years Ended June 90, 1892 to 1896, Inclusive. 

No. 12.— Sources of the Principal Agricultural Imports of the United States during 
the Five Years Ended June 30, ,1896. 

No. 13.— Di^tribntiou of the Principal Agricultural Exports of Hhe United States 
during the Five Years Ended June 30, 1896. 

No. 14.— Hamburg as a Market for American Products. 

No. 15.— Exports of Cojbton from Egypt. 

No. 16.— Oar trade with Cuba from 1887 to 1897. 

No. 17.— United States Wheat for Eastern Asia. 

No. 18.— Hawaiian Commerce from 1887 to 1897. 

Ho, 19.— Austria-Hungary as a Factor in the World's Grain Trade; Recent Use of 
American Wheat in that Country. 

No. 20.— Agricultural Imports and Exports, 1893-1897. 

No. 21.— Agricultural Imports and Exports, 1894-1898. 



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Bulletin No. 18. 

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

SECTION OF FOREIGN MARKETS. 



OTJK TKADE 



WITH 



JAPAN, CHINA AND HONGKONG, 



1889-1899. 



BY 



FRANK H. HITCHCOCK, 

CHIEF, SECTION OF FOREIGN MARKETS. 




WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMBNT PRINTING OFFICE, 
1900. 



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LETTER OF TRANSMIHAL 



U. S. Department of Agrioultubb, 

Section of Fobeign Markets, 
W(Mhington^ D. 0*, January 6^ 1900. 
Sir: I have the honor to transmit herewith a report ni)on the trade 
of the United States with Japan, Ohina, and Hongkong daring the 
tiscal years 1889-1899, and to recommend its publication as Bulletin 
li^o. 18 of this Office. 

Very respectfuUy, 

Frank H, Hitohoook, Chief. 
Hon. James Wilson, 

Secretary of Agriculture. 



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CONTENTS. 



Pago. 

Growth of the trade 7 

Summary statement of imports and exports 8 

Distribution of the trade among Japan, China, and Hongkong 8 

Trade with Japan 8 

Trade with China ^ 9 

Trade with Hongkong .' 10 

Oeueral character of the exports to Japan, China, and Hongkong 10 

Leading exports 12 

Cotton 12 

Cotton mannfactares 18 

Kerosene oil 14 

Wheat floar : 14 

Iron and steel mannfactares 15^ 

Agricnltnral exx>orts to Japan 15 

Nonagricnltnral exports to Japan 17 

Agricnltnral exports to China 17 

Nonagrioaltural exports to China 18 

Agricultural exports to Hongkong 19 

Nouagrioultural exports to Hongkong 20 

Gains in our exports to Japan, China, and Hongkong 21 

Principal gains in our exports to Japan 21 

Principal gains in our exports to China 22 

Principal gains in oor exports to Hongkong 23 

General character of the imports from Japan, China, and Hongkong 24 

Leading imports '. 25 

Imports from Japan 25 

Imports from China 26 

Imports from Hongkong 27 

Tables showing in dotail onr trade with Japan, China, and Hongkong 28 

Agricultural imports from Japan, 1889-1898 29 

Agricultural imports from Japan, 1894-1898 33 

Nouagricnltural imports from Japan, 1889-1898 38 

Nonagricultural imports from Japan, 1894-1898 46 

Agricultural exports to Japan, 1889-1893 56 

Agricultural exports to Japan, 1894-1898 60 

Nonagricultural exporta to Japan, 188^1893 64 

Nonagricultural exports to Japan, 1894-1898 71 

Agricultural imports from China, 1889-1893 80 

Agricultural imports Arom China, 1894-1898 84 

Nonagricultural imports from China, 1889-1898 89 

Nonagricultural imports from China, 1894-1898 95 

Agricultural exports to China, 1889-1893 102 

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6 CONTENTS. 

Tables showing^ in detail oar trade with Japan, etc. — Continued. Pa^ 

Agricaltural exports to China, 1894-1898 106 

Nonagricultural exports to China, 1889-1893 110 

NoDagTicultural exports to China, 1894r-1898 116 

AgTicQltnral imports fh>m Hongkong, 1889-1893 124 

Agricaltural imports from Hongkong, 1894-1898 129 

Nonagricultnral imports from Hongkong, 1889-1893 134 

Nonagricnltaral imports from Hongkong, 1894-1898 141 

Agricnltnral exports to Hongkong, 1889-1893 148 

Agricultural exports to Hongkong, 1894-1898 151 

Nonagricultural exports to Hongkong, 1889-1893 156 

Nonagricultural exports to Hongkong^ 1894-1898 161 



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OUR TRADE WITH JAPAN, CHINA, AND HONGKONG, 

1889-1899. 



GROWTH OF THE TBAD^. 

One of the most striking features of the foreign trade growth 
recently enjoyed by the United States has been the wonderful develop- 
ment of the commerce with Japan and China. Daring the fiscal year 
1899 the value of«the merchandise exchanged with these two countries, 
including the port of Hongkong, reached as high as (87,305,688. These 
figures were decidedly in excess of any previous record. The value 
for 1889, ten years before, was little more than half as large, amount- 
ing to only $46,294,167. The four years foUowing 1889 witnessed a 
steady increase that finally culminated in 1893 with a record of 
960,281,386, the highest up to that time. In the fiscal year 1894, dur- 
ing which our importations ^ere greatly curtailed as a result pf the 
prevailing financial depression, the trade dropped to $51,513,149. 
During 1895 there was a recovery to $57,509,859, and for each subse- 
quent year the returns showed an important increase. The value 
amounted in 1896 to $68,281,985, in 1897 to $76,577,410, and in 1898 to 
$82,943,077, while in 1899 the record-breaking figures already quoted 
were reported. 

Of the $87,305,688 valuation placed upon our trade with Japan, China, 
and Hongkong during 1899, $47,815,035 represented the imports into the 
United States and $39,490,653 the exports from this country. The 
excess of imports over exports amounted to $8,324,382. Formerly the 
excess was much larger, as, for instance, in 1889, when the imports were 
valued at $35,196,670 and the exports at $11,097,497, a difierence of 
$24,099,173. 

By comparing the figures for 1889 and 1899 it will be seen that the 
exports have increased much more rapidly than the imports. In the 
decade ending with 1899 there was a gain of $28,393,156, or 256 per 
cent, in exportation, while the increase in importation amounted to 
only $12,618,365, or 36 per cent During the last few years, in fact, 
the imports disclosed an actual falling off, the value for 1899 being 
$1,164,131 less than that for 1896, which was recorded at $48,979,166. 
Our exports, on the other hand, amounting to $19,302,819 in 1896, were 
more than doubled during the next three years, showing a gain of 
$20,187,834. 

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8 CUE TRADE WITH JAPAN, CHINA, AND HONGKONG. 

SUMMABT STATEMENT OF IMPOSTS AND EXPORTS. 

The following summary statement sbows the official ^ valae of the mer- 
chandise imported and exported by the United States in the combined 
trade with Japan, China, and Hongkong daring each fiscal year from 
1889 to 1899, inclusive: 

Value of merohandise imported and exported bv the United Statee in the eombined trade 
with Japan, ChinOf and Hongkong during eachfisoal pear from 1889 to 1899, inclusive. 



Years ended Jnne 
80— 



Importe. 



Fxee. Dutiable. TotaL 



BxportB. 



Domestic 

merohan- 

dise. 



Foreign 

merohin- 

dis^ 



TotaL 



Total im 
ports and 
exporta. 



Exeeaaof 
imports 
oTer ex- 
ports. 



1890... 
1881... 
1882... 
1898... 



1894... 
1895... 
1896... 
1897... 
1896... 



1899. 



Dollars. 
26,540,648 
80,533,419 
80, 815, 140 
36,447,632 
88,138,751 



Dollars. 
8,656,022 
7,800,121 
8,379,183 
8, 594, 184 
10,830,082 



Dollars. 
35,106,670 



39, 194, 323 
45,041,816 
48,968,833 



Dollars. 
11,081,927 
38; 333, 540 12, 606, 617 
18,244,456 
13,839,103 
11,804,744 



Dollars. 
15,570 
12,388 
82, 942 
8,554 



Dollars. DoUars. 
11,097,497 46,294,167 
12, 618, 005 50, 951, 545^, TISJ 



18,277,398 
13,847,65^ 



7,80911,812,553 



Annual average. 



82, 495, 118 



8,851,918 



41,347,036 



13,415,170 



15,452 



28,962,877 
34,263,029 
39,513,643 
86,714,410 
35, 368, 257 



8,471,184 
10,755,23345; 
9,465,523 
8,623,050 
10,928,806 



87,454,06114,047,998 
45,018,26212,406,878 
48,979,16619,242,766 
46,387,46031,203,088 
46,296,563 36,580,866 



57,471,721 
58,889,478 
60,281,— 



1 3, 480, 022 54, 777, 658 27, 916, 414 



Annnal average, 
1894-1898 



84,968,444 



9,648,659 



44,617,103 



47,815,035 



22,606,209 



89,490,668 



38637, 



DoUarM, 
24.099,178 

635 

20,916,925 
31,194,159 
-^,856,280 



11, 095 14, 059. 088 51, 513, 149 23, 394, 973 
84, 719;i2. 491. 507 57, 509, 850 32, 526, 666 
60, 053 19, 802, 819 68, 281, 985 29, 676, 847 
86, 912 31, 239, 960 76, 577, 410 14, 097, 510 
66,14836,646,51482,943,077 9,650,048 



51, 784 22. 747, 998 67, 865, 006 21. 8 p,110 



87,805,688 



8,834,382 



DISTRIBUTION OP THE TBADE AMONG JAPAN, OHINA, AND HONOKONa. 

The commerce carried on with Japan daring 1899 amounted in value 
to $43,981,181, and was slightly larger than the combined trade with 
China and Hongkong^ which had a value of $43,324,507. Of the trade 
recorded with Hongkong, amounting to $10,211,799, a considerable 
portion should undoubtedly be credited to China. The value of the 
direct trade with China was $33,112,708. 



TRADE WITH JAPAN. 

During the years 1889-1899 our trade with Japan showed an increase 
of $22,673,204. The imports advanced irom $16,087,992 to $26,710,493, 
and the exports from $4,619,985 to $17,264,688. In the las); few years 
there was a remarkable growth of exports. From $7,689,685 in 1896, 
the value of exported merchandise rose to $13,255,478 in 1897, and to 
$20,388,420 in 1898. The value for 1899, $17,264,688, although some- 
what less than that for 1898, was larger than any previous record. 

Annual statistics as to the value of the merchandise imported and 
exported by the United States in the trade with Japan during 1889- 
1899 are presented in the following table: 

*The statistics given in the present bulletin are based upon the official returns of 
foreign trade published by the Bureau of Statistics^ United States Treasury Depart- 
ment. 



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OUR TRADE WITH JAPAN, CHINA, AND HONGKONG. 9 

Vatue of merchandise imported and exported by the United States in the trade with Japan 
during each fieeal year from 1889 to 1899, inolneive. 



Yean ended Jane 



18»., 
18U0.. 
1891.. 
lfl»2.. 
1803.. 



Annual average, 
188»-1883 



1»S. 
1886. 
1887. 
1886. 



Annual average, 
1884-1898 



1880. 



DoUart, DoUart. DoUara. 
14,443,020 2,244,06316,687,002 
18, 010, «» 2, 102, 760 21, 103, 824 
15,066,638 3,842,56010,300.198 
20,134,718 3,655,484 23.700,202 
22,296,110 5,158,110 27,454,220 



Imports. 



Free. Datiable. Total, 



18,850,300 



15,880,802 
16,051,055 
20,462,456 
18,808,609 
10,063,715 



18,818,828 



3,318.507 



21,668,087 



4,045,720 

6,744,002 

5,074,582 

5,201,14724,000, 

5, 250, 805125, 223,610120, 



10,426,522 
23,605,057 
25,537,038 
- — 756 



5,266,24028,578,577 0,068,006 



26,716,403 



BxportB. 



Bomestio Foreign 

merohan- merohan- 

diae. dlse. 



DoUars. 

4,615,712 

5,227,186 

4,800,660 

3,288.r" 

3,188,711 



4,224,808 



3,081,877 
4,550,242 
7,640,250 
13,233,070 
" 854,689 



DoUart. 
4,273 
5,457 
7,043 
1,820 
5,783 



6,488 
75,475 
48,435 
21,506 
83,731 



87,117 0,001, 



Total. 



DoUart. 
4,610,085 
5,232,643 
4, 807, 603 
3, 200, 111 
8,106,404 



DoUart. 
21,807,977 
26,335,067 
24,116.801 
27, 080, 313 
30,649,714 



4,877 4,220,18525,806,172 



3. 086, 815 
4, 684, 717 
7, — . -- 
13,255,478 



Total im- 
portaand 
exports. 



Dollar*. 
12,068,007 
15,870,681 
14, 501, 506 
20,500,001 
24,258,726 



23,413,337 
28,330,674 
33,226,723 
37,285,234 



20,388,42045,612,030 



17,264,68848,081,181 



Exoesaof 
imports 
over ex- 
ports. 



17,480,802 



15,480,707 
10,061,240 
17,847,353 
10,754,278 
4,886,100 



88,560,60013,587,554 



0,451,805 



TRADE WITH CHINA. 

In our commerce with China daring 1889-1899 there was a gain of 
$13,293,168. The increase occurred almost entirely in the export trade, 
which advanced from $2,791,128 in 1889 to $14,493,440 in 1899. Our 
imports for 1899, amounting to $18,619,268, were only slightly larger 
than in 1889, when a value of $17,028,412 was reported. The exports to 
China, like those tx> Japan, showed an exceptional growth in 1897, 1898, 
and 1899, the records for these years being $11,924,433, $9,992,894, and 
$14,493,440, respectively. 

Following is a statement of the imports and exports in our direct 
trade with China daring each fiscal year irom 188^ to 1899, inclusive: 

Valne of merchandise imported and exported hy the United States in the trade with China 
during each fiscal year from 1889 to 1899, inclusive. 



rears ended June 



1880.. 
1800. 
1801.. 
1802. 
1803. 



Annual average, 
1880-1883 



1804.. 
1886. 



1807.. 



Aanoal avenge, 
1804-1808 



1800.. 



DoUart. 
11,588,611 
11,882,805 
14,577,887 
15,036,481 
15,460,046 



Imports. 



Free. 



18,780,186 



13,848,786 
16,068,438 
18,105,238 
17,288,264 
15,120,700 



16,182,800 



Batiable. 



DoUart. 

6,444,801 

4,027,666 

4,743,063 

4,551.86020, 

5,166,50020, 



4,066,076 



3, 786, 242 
3.587,401 
8,827,771 
3,115,608 
5,205,646 



Total. 



DoUart. 
17,028,412 
16,260,471 
10,821,850 
"1,488,201 
686,685 



17,135,028 
20,545,820 
22,023,004 
20,403,862 
20,326,486 



8,004,68220,086,832 



18, 610, 268 



Exports. 



Domestic 
merchan- 
dise. 



DoUart, 
2,700,621 
2,043,700 
8,700.808 
5,663,471 
3.000,457 



18,747,112 4,700,780 



6,858,488 
8,603,741 
6,021,186 
11,016,888 
0.002.070 



7,658,365 



Foreign 
merchan- 
dise. 



Total. 



Total im- 
ports and 
exports. 



DoUart. DoUart, 

507 2.701,128 

2,410 2,046,200 

700 8,701,008 

26 5,663,407 

8,000,457 



780 



DoUart. 
10,810,540 
10,206,680 
28,022,858 
26,151,788 
24,536,002 



4.800,460 



3,038 5,862,426 



1,000 
707 

7,545 
824 



2,840 



3,603,840 
6,021,033 
11,024,433 

0, 



DoUart, 
14, 237, 284 
13,314,262 
10.620,842 
14,824,704 
16,736,078 



23,647,572 



22,007,454 
24, 140, — 
28, 044. 087 
32,328,205 
002,80430,810,880 



7, 661, 105 27, 747, 087 12, 426, 727 



14,408,44083,112,708 



Excess of 

imports 

over ex. 

ports. 



18,046,652 



11,272.602 
16,041,080 
15,101,071 
8,470,480 
10,833,542 



4,125,828 



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OUE TRADE WITH JAPAN, CHINA, ifND HONGEONQ. 



TRADE WITH HONOKONO. 

Oar trade with the port of Hongkong, although less important than 
that credited directly to China, was nearly doubled daring 188d-1899, 
making a gain of $5,045,149. The exports for 1899 had a value of 
$7,732,525 as compared with only $3,686,384 for 1889. The imports 
were considerably smaller and showed marked fluctuations. In 1889 
they were valued at $1,480,266, but these figures were not equaled 
again until 1899, when a value of $2,479,274 was recorded. 

The following statistics show the annual value of our import and 
export trade with Hongkong during the fiscal years 1889-1899: ^ 

Value of merchandise imparted and exported by the United Staiee in the trade wUk Hong^ 
hong during each fiscal year from 1889 to 1899, inehuive. 







Imports. 


Exports. 


Total im. 
ports and 
exports. 


Bxoeasof 


Years ended June 
30— 


Free. 


Datiable. 


Total. 


Domestio 

merohMi- 

dise. 


Foreign 

merohan- 

dise. 


TotaL 


exports 
over im- 
ports. 


1889 


DoOarg. 
513, 108 
290,069 
270,615 
376,483 
372,606 


Dollars. 
967,1^ 
679,686 
292,660 
386,840 
605.882 


JMlars. 
1,480,266 
909.745 
663.276 
763,323 
878,078 


DoOoTf. 
3,676.694 
4,434,641 
4,743.498 
4,887,350 
4,214,576 


DoOars. 
10.790 
4.612 
25,199 
6;609 
2.026 


DoOart. 
8,686,884 
4.439.168 
4,768.697 
4,894,049 
4,216,602 


DoUart. 
6,166,650 
5,408,896 
6,831,972 
6,657,872 
5.094,680 


Dollars. 
2.806,118 


1890 


8,469,408 


1891 


4.205,428 


1892 


4,180,786 


1893 


8,838,524 






Annual average 
1889-1893 


864,502 


666,345 


980,937 


4,891,182 


9.345 


4,400,977 


6,831,914 


3,470,040 


189i 


253,289 
353,546 
855.954 
617, 637 
283,762 


039,222 
422.930 
563,170 
806,306 
462.765 


892,611 
776,476 
1, 419, 124 
923,842 
746,517 


4,208,128 
4,244.895 
4,681,380 
6.052,180 
6.238,607 


1,719 
8.145 
9,821 
7,850 


4,209,847 
4,258.040 
4,601,201 
6.060.039 


5,102,358 
5.029,616 
6,110,825 
6,963.881 
7,011,717 


8. 817. 836 


1895 


3,476,564 


1896 


8.272,077 


1897 


5, 136, 197 


1896 


31,693 |6, 265, 200 


5,518,683 






Annual average 
1894-1898 


472.816 


478,878 


951,094 


6,084,038 


11,827 i6, 005, 866 


6.047.669 


4,144,171 


1899. . - 






2,479,274 






7,782,525 


10,211,799 


5.253,251 















aSNEBAL CHABACTEB OP THE EXPORTS TO JAPAN, OHINA« AND 

HONGKONG. 

Of the domestic merchandise shipped from the United States to 
Japan, Uhina, and Hongkong during the fiscal year 1898 ' nearly 40 per 
cent consisted of agricultural products. In 1889, the first year of the 
decade, products of the farm constituted only about 26 per cent. Pro- 
portionately the agricultural exports have increased even more rapidly 
than the nonagricnltural. In 1898 they attained a value of $14,356,614, 
as against $2,782,914 in 1889. This remarkable growth occurred chiefly 
during the four years 1896-1898. The value for 1894 was only 
$3,601,140. 

■ Returns showing the amount of the agrionltoral exports dnring the fiscal year 
1899 are not yet available. 



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11 



In the following table onr combined exi)orts to Japan, Ghina, and 
Hongkong during each fiscal year from 1889 to 1898, inclusive, are clas- 
sified as agiicoltaral and nonagricnltnral : 

Chmltined exports of domesHo merchandise from the United States to Japan, China, and 
Hongkong during each fisoal year from 1889 to 1898, inolt^ve, classified as agriouHural 
and nonagrionltwral. 



Years ended Jane 80— 



Bomestio exi>ort8. 



AgrioultnraL 



Nonasri- 
ooltural. 



Total. 



1889 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1806 

Annaal average, 1888-1893 

1804 : 

1886 

1886 

1887 

1»6 

Aiwiti^l average, 1884-1896 



I>oawrs. 

2,782,914 

8,299,345 

4,276,568 

8,794,642 

8,490,822 



8,528,858 



8,601,140 
4, 850, 631 
5,411,121 
8,187,843 
14,856,614 



7,281,470 



Per ct. 
25.11 
26.17 
28.44 
27.42 
80.88 



DoOarM. 

8,299,013 

9,806.272 
13,967,888 
10,044,461 

7,813,922 



DoOarM. 

11,081.927 

12,605,617 

18,244,456 

13,839,103 

11.304,744 



26.80 



0,886,812 



13, 415, 170 



25.68 
38.10 
28.12 
26.24 
39.25 



10,446,853 
7,556,247 
13,881,645 
23.015,195 
22,223,752 



14.047.993 
12.406.878 
19.242,766 
31,203,038 
36,580,366 



32.08 



15,414,789 



22,696,209 



The annual value of our agricultural and nonagricultural exports to 
each of the three destinations mentioned during the ten fiscal years 
1889-1898 is shown by the following table: 



Exports of domestic merehandise from the United States to Japan, to China, and to Hong- 
kong during each fiscal year from 1889 to 1898, inclusive, classified as agricultural and 
nonagricultural. 



Years ended 
June 30— 



1800. 
1891. 
1802: 
1893. 



Annnal aver- 
age, 1880- 



To Japan. 



Agricultorl. N<«S«S 



VoOarM. 
800,609 
425,960 
863,947 
562,153 
418,262 



513,188 



1804 866,851 

1886 1.576,249 

1896 12,032,618 

1807 ,3,606,065 

1806 18,969,816 



Annual aver- 
•«•, 1894- 



3,407,800 



Perot, 
6.51 
8.15 
18.00 
17,10 
12.96 



12.15 



21.48 
84.57 
26.60 
27.24 
44.07 



34.24 



Dollars. 
4, 315, 106 
4,801.217 
3,936,703 
2.726,120 
2,776,440 



3,711,120 



3, 126. 126 
2,982,903 
5,607,632 
0,628,905 
11,384,873 



6,546,106 



To China. 



Agriouituna. J^~g3; 



DoUart. 
108. 767 
117.404 
214,777 
168,787 
126,290 



147,203 



246,818 
290,099 
150,532 
207, 910 
695,549 



818,082 



Perot. 
3.90 
3.99 
2.47 
2.98 
8.24 



8.07 



4.20 
8.06 
2.17 
1.74 
6.06 



4.15 



DoUars. 
2,681,864 
2.826.386 
8, 485, 531 
5,494.684 
3, 774, 167 



4,652,527 



5, 612, 170 
3. 312, 642 
6.770,604 
11.708,978 
9,296,521 



7. 340, 183 



To Hongkong. 



Agricnltnral. 



DoUUvrt. 
2,378,548 
2,755,972 
3,197,844 
3,063,702 
2,951,270 



2,868,467 



2, 499, 571 
2,984,283 
3,227,971 
4, 374, 868 
4, 691, 249 



3,555,588 



rerot. 
64.58 
02.15 
67.42 
62.69 
70.03 



.59.40 
70.30 
68.95 
72.29 
75.26 



69.94 



Nonagri- 
onltural. 



DoUarw. 
1, 302, 046 
1.678,669 
1. 545, 654 
1. 823, 048 
1,263,306 



1,522,665 



1, 708, 657 
1,260,612 
1, 453. 409 
1, 677. 312 
1, 542, 358 



1, 528, 450 



From these statistics it will be seeu that the principal gain in agri- 
cnltnral exports occurred in the shipments to Japan, which advanced 
from $300,609 in 1889 to $8,969,816 in 1898. The sum quoted for the 
former year constituted only 6.5 per cent of the value of the total 
exports to Japan, while that for 1898 formed about 44 per cent. 

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The apical tnral exports to Gbina, although much smaller than those 
to Japan, likewise made a noticeable gain during the decade, the value 
for 1898 amounting to $695,549 as compared with only $108,757 for 
1889. The part of our total shipments to China formed by products of 
the farm was inconsiderable, averaging less than 5 per cent for the ten 
years. During the latter half of the decade, however, the percentage 
of agricultural exports showed a material increase. 

In the exports to Hongkong farm products comprised the principal 
part, forming about 65 per cent of the total in 1889, and increasing to 
75 per cent in 1898. The value advanced from $2,373,548 in the former 
year to $4,691,249 in the latter. 

L.BAJ)ING EXPORTS. 



Our exports to Japan, Ghina, and Hongkong consist largely of five 
leading items— cotton, cotton manufactures, kerosene oil, wheat flour, 
and manufactures of iron and steel. In 1898 these five items formed 
nearly 80 per cent of the total exports to the three destinations men- 
tioned, their combined value amounting to $28,859,635. Of this sum 
$14,923,371 represented the shipments to Japan, $8,889,374 those to 
Ghina, and $"^,046,890 those to Hongkong. 

Following is a statement' showing in tabular form the value of cotton, 
cotton manufactures, kerosene oil, wheat flour, and iron and steel manu- 
factures exported from the United States to Japan, Ghina, and Hong- 
kong during the fiscal year 1898: 

Value ofodiUm, cotton manufactureSf kerosene oil, wheat jlowr^ and iron avd steel manu- 
faotures exported from the United States to Japan, China, and Hongkong during the 
fieeal year 1898, 



Articles exported. 



Cotton 

Cotton manufactures 

Kerosene oil 

Wheat dour 

Iron and steel manufactures , 

Total for above items 

Per cent of total domestic exports 



To Japan. 



DoUart. 
7,428,226 
63,367 
3, 592, 587 
644,039 
8, 195, 153 



14, 923, 371 



78 



To China. 



BoUart. 

370, 670 

5, 203. 427 

2,839,345 

89,305 

886,627 



8,889,374 



To Hong- 
kong. 



DoUan. 
72,000 
40,458 
966.517 
3,835,727 
132,188 



5,046,890 



81 



Total. 



IhUarM. 
7, 870. 896 
6, 307. 252 
7,398,449 
4, 569, 071 
3,713.967 



28,850,635 



79 



COTTON. 



Raw cotton was the most important of the five items mentioned. It 
went chiefly to Japan, our exports to that country in 1898 amounting 
to 1 12,106,823 pounds, with a value of $7,428,226. China took 5,650,856 
pounds, worth $370,670, and Hongkong 900,000 pounds, worth $72,000. 
The total shipments to the three destinations during 1898 reached as 
high as 118,657,679 pounds, valued at $7,870,896. These figures rep- 
resent the remarkable trade development of a single decade, for prior 
to 1889 there were no records of cotton exports to Japan, China, or 



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Hongkong. During that^year 23^500 pounds, valued at $2,341, were 
sent to Japan, but no shipments to Ohiua were recorded until 1892, and 
none to Hongkong until 1898. The exports to Japan alone increased 
more than 100,000,000 pounds during the Ave years 1894-1898. 

The following table shows the quantity and value of cotton exported 
from the United States to Japan, China, and Hongkong from 1889 to 
1898, inclusive: 

Quaniiiy and value of raw cotton exported from the United States to Japan, China, and 
Hongkong during each fiscal year from 1889 to 1898, inoluHve, 



Yean ended Jane 
30— 


To Japan. 


To China. 


To Hongkong. 


Total. 


Quantitiee. 


Values. 


Quanti- 
ties. 


Valuea. 


Quanti- 
ties. 


Values. 


Quantities. 


Values. 


1880 


Pounds, 
23,500 

841,050 
2,406,234 
1,574,815 

703,242 


Dollars. 

2,841 

85,211 

223,879 

132,729 

68,423 


Pounds. 


DoUars. 


Pounds, 


Dollars, 


Pounds, 
23,600 

841.059 
2,406.234 
1.697,862 

793,242 


DoUars. 
2 341 


1800 - . -. 










85,211 
223,879 
143, 754 

68.423 


ig9i . : 










1892 


128.037 


11,025 






\tm 
















Annual average, 
188(^1893 


1.127.850 


102,517 


24,607 


2,205 






1,152,457 


104,722 








18M 


4,801,595 
11,004,850 
20,194,174 
32,011,262 
112,100,823 


360,492 

806,058 

1,481,066 

2,345,016 

7,428,226 










4,801,595 
11,064,850 


360,492 


18B6 










1896 


4,033 

139,178 

5.660,856 


800 

9,742 

370.070 






20,108,207 1 1,481.356 
32,150,430 , 2,354,758 
118,657,679 ' 7,870,896 


1897 

1888 


'966*066" 


'■72,'666' 




Annaal arerage, 
18M-1898 


36,035,741 


2,484.169 


1,158,813 


76,143 


180,000 


14,400 


87,374,554 2,574,712 



COTTON MANUFACTURES. 

The exx)orts of cotton manufactures were consigned largely to Chinese 
ports. The shipments to Japan and Hongkong in 1898 were valued at 
only $63,367 and $40,458, respectively, as compared with $5,203,427 
for Ohina. The total exports to the three destinations were worth 
$5,307,252. 

Following is a statement showing our exports of cotton manufactures 
to Japan, China, and Hongkong during each of the ten years 1889-1898 : 

Value of cotton manufaoturee exported from the United States to Japan, China, and Hong- 
kong during each fiscal year from 1889 to 1898, inclusive. 



Yesn ended June 80— 


To Japan. 


To China. 


To Hong- 
kong. 


Total. 


1888 


DoUars. 
31.345 
126,202 
44,340 
33,245 
52,502 


DoUars. 
1.523,269 
1, 231, 033 
5,338,088 
3,882,963 
1,644,633 


DoUars. 
48,701 
21,826 
22,470 
41,742 
23.206 


DoUars. 
1,603,315 


1^90 


1, 370, 061 


1891 


5,404.857 
3, 967, 050 


Ig92.: 


lfl» 


1, 720, 431 






Annual average, 1880-18^3 


67,529 


2.725,987 


31.607 


2, 815, 123 




IgM 


50,471 
111, 142 
105,460 
176,608 

63,867 


2.854,221 
1.723.894 
4.043,324 
7,460,978 
6,203.427 


16,544 
18.548 
83,930 
28,168 
40.468 


2, 021, 236 


1805 


1.853,084 
4,182,723 
7, 665, 749 


1896 


1807 


1886 


5, 307, 252 






Annnal AVArftim. 1804.1808 


101.411 


4,257,060 


27,529 


4,886,000 





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KBROBENE OIL. 

After raw cotton, our chief article of export to Japan, China, and 
Hongkong is kerosene oil. Daring the ten years 1889-1898, the total 
shipments increased from 49,360,860 gallons to 111,582,814 gallons, and 
their value from $4,617,863 to $7,398,449. Of the exports for 1898, 
51,621,050 gallons, worth $3,592,587, went to Japan; 44,324,344 gallons, 
worth $2,839,345, to China; and 15,637,420 gallons, worth $966,517, to 
Hongkong. 

The quantity and value of kerosene oil shipped to these destinations 
during each of the ten years 1889-1898 will be seen from the following 
statistics : 

Quantity and value of Jcerasene oil exported from ike United 8tate$ to Japan, China, and 
Hongkong during eaok JUoal year from 1889 to 1898, inolueive. 



Years ended June 



1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

Annnal average, 
1889-1883 

18M 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1883 

Annual average, 
1894-1808 



Gallons. Dollars. 
32.791,090 3,009,778 
87,892,030 3,559,375 
31,000.629, 2.878,861 
23,761,030 1,798,792 
26,869,510 1,710,480 



To Japan. 



ogS."- ^— • 



To China. 



^ss**- ^•'»~- 



Gallons. 

9,848,960 
13,072,000 
27,160,660 
17,870.600 
27,874,230 



80,468,213 2,603,457 



19,065,290 



37.272,450i 2,200,070 
24,298,170 1,591,751 



33,701,038 
46,252,501 
51,621,030 



38,628,042 



3, 060. T97 
4,029, " 
3.592, 



2,896,733 



40, 877, 296 

18,022,800 

25,694,890 

45942,516,120 

58744,324,344 



34.187,080 



Dollars. 
907,478 
1, 251, 201 
2,586,321 
1, 249, 215 
1, 



GaUons. DoOars. 

6,720,810 640,606 
11, 150, 220 1, 137, 255 
10,814,630X040,208 
16,629,7901.804,380 
12,768,820 840,211 



1,560,448 



2,435,794 
1, 175, 173 
2,158,800 
3,352,035 
2,839,846 



To Hongkong. 



^SS!"- ^-^-^ 



11,594,864 



882,582 



16.888,8201,019,667 
10,595,610 819,276 
10,498,0001 876,050 
14,877,0601,146,038 
16,687,430 866,517 



2,882,40818,718,680 



866,610 



Qoanti 
ties. 



Total. 

Yalaee. 



GaUons. 
48,360,860 
62, 116, 150 
68,875.919 
57,662,820 
67,602,660 



61,123, 362 



04,638,666 
62,916,580 
69,894,928 
103,745,671 
111,582,814 



DoOars. 
4,617,863 
5.947,831 
6,505.390 
4,352,387 
4,858,717 



5,156.487 



5,664,631 
8,566,200 
6,095,647 
8,528,432 
7,888,448 



86,636,712 6,254,653 



WHXAT FLOUR. 

Our exports of wheat floUr to each of the three destinations under 
consideration were greatly increased during the ten years. The consign- 
ments to Hongkong in 1898 amounted to 939,063 barrels, as against 
only 378,634 barrels in 1889, while the shipments to Japan during the 
same period rose from 19,677 barrels to 161,654 barrels, and the exports 
to China from 9,744 barrels to 19,609 barrels. The combined shipments 
show an increase from 408,055 barrels, valued at $1,746,622, in 1889, to 
1,120,316 bari^ls, valued at $4,569,071, in 1898. 

Following are annual statistics as to the quantity and value of wheat 
flour exported to Japan, Ohina, and Hongkong from 1889 to 1898, 
inclusive: 



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QuanHijf and valme of whsai JUmr exported from the United Statee to Japan ^ China, and 
Hongkong during each fieoal year from 1889 to 1898, inclueive. 



Yem ended Jime 
80- 


To Jaimn. 


To China. 


To Hongkong. 


Total. 


Qiuuiti. 
tiee. 


Yalnee. 


Qnanti- 
tlee. 


Yalaes. 


Qnanti- 
tlee. 


Yalaes. 


QnaaU- 
ties. 

BarrelM. 
408,055 


Valaee. 


1880 


BarrOt, 
10,677 
20,756 
76,736 
88,002 
61,886 


IhOars. 
88,444 

127,120 
821,011 
179.846 
198,946 


BarrOM. 
9,744 
14.634 
84,474 
18, n8 
16.050 


DcOarB. 
48,807 
60,046 

184,060 
67.441 
66,600 


BarrOs, 
378,634 
407,697 


DoUars. 
1,614.871 
2. 018. 028 


DoUar$. 

1.746.622 


1800 


542. 087 2. 205! 003 


\mi.. ... 


473,046 ; 1.064.083 2»3. 256 2.420.043 


1802.. .a...... .. 


467,600 
660,132 


8, 140, 071 500, 410 . 2, 386, 758 


lan 


2,050,571 618,027 ' 2.320,216 






Amnua Avenge, 
1880-1898 


48,001 


182,188 


17.726 


74,882 


471,440 


1,060,401 


682,167 ! 2,215,026 


1804 


68.428 
08,880 
108,688 
287,126 
161,664 


2U,679 
246,122 
286, lU 
819.690 
644,089 


28,717 
86,244 
18,870 
18,270 
10,600 


77,842 
108,606 
46,816 
72,100 
80,806 


683,606 
787,818 
825,612 
022,312 
030,068 


1,800,810 
2,005,441 
2,842.410 
8,822,241 
8,836,727 


676,753 

017,451 

043.073 

1,177.708 

1,120,316 


2, 098, 240 


1886 


2, 444, 168 


1806 


2,674,345 


1887 


4,213,061 


1888 


4,560,071 






Aflniud avenge, 
1894-188B..T:... 


132,036 


441,294 


22,844 


77,684 


811,661 


2,681,020 


066,860 


3.100,057 



IBON AND 8TKKL MA19UFACTURB8. 

The varioas manataotores of iron and steel sent ft*om the United 
States to Japan, Ohina, and Hongkong in 1898 had a total Yalne of 
$3,713,967 as compared with only $518,712 in 1889. The increase 
oocanred chiefly daring the three years 1896, 1897, and 1898. Japan 
was the principal market. Of the exports recorded for 1898 the con- 
signments to Japan were Yalued at $3,195,152, those to China at 
$386,627, and those to Hongkong at $132,188. 

The statistics giYen in the following table show the Yalne of the iron 
and steel manofBHetnres shipped from the United States to Japan, China, 
and Hongkong daring each of the ten years 1889-1898: 

Vatme of iron and eteei man^faciuree exported from ike United States to Japan, Ckina, 
mnd Hongkong during etnih fieoal year from 1889 to 1898, inolneive. 



Yews ended June 80. 


To Japan. 


To China. 


To Hong- 
kong. 


Total. 


UBB .......•.....••• • ....... 


DoOars, 
406,109 
242.240 
220,068 
197,482 
198,268 


DoUa/rs. 
67,011 
73.076 
248,600 
72,130 
62,431 


DoUars. 
45,502 
66,844 
60,372 
87,710 
30,204 


DoUars. 
518,712 
382,069 
538,043 
307,281 
284,963 


mo 


mi ...-.., T-- 


1882 


1306. 








258.806 


102,832 


40,762 


406,890 






1804. 


218,711 

415,408 

908,348 

2,508,603 

8,105,152 


64.606 
118,014 

84,273 
327,536 
886,627 


124, 172 
71,441 
08,138 
95,203 

132,188 


407,570 

604,863 

1, 085, 754 

2,031.432 

8,713,067 


1806 


1806 




1897 


1886 --- 




Annual sverage, 1894-1886 




1,448,261 


106,220 


104,228 


1,748,718 







Aai^IOUIiTXTBAL BXPOBTS TO JAPAI7. 

As has ahready been pointed ont, oar shipments of agricoltural 
produce to Japan daring 1898 amonnted in Yalne to $8,969,816, form- 



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ing about 44 per cent of the total exports to that country. After 
cotton and wheat flour, the most important items, in the order of their 
value for 1898, were alcohol, leaf tobacco, milk, salted or pickled beef, 
wheat, canned beef, bones, butter, wine, and canned fruits. 

The value of these and numerous otfier agricultural products exported 
from the United States to Japan during the Ave fiscal years 1894-1898 
will be seen from the following statistics: 

Value of the principal agricultural products exported from the United States to Japan 
during the five fieoal years 1894-1898. 



Axtides exportod. 



Yaars ended Juno 80— 



18M. 



1895. 



1896. 



1897. 



1898. 



Annaal 
average, 
1894.in8. 



Cotton, nnrnmiifkoiiited .... 

Wheat floor 

Beef, canned 

Alcohol 

Tobacco, leaf 

MUk 

Bonea, hoofs, horns, etc . 

Sugar, refined , 

Beef, salted or pickled , 

Wheat 

Wine 

Butter 

Fruits, canned 

Malt liquors 

Whisky, Bourbon.. , 

Hams 

Cheese 

Bread and biscuit 

Oleomargarln (imitation 

butter) 

Vegetables, canned 

Hiaes and skins , 

Coffee and ooooa, jground or 

prepared, and chocolate. . . 

Lard 

Hops , 

Beans and peas 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Bran, middlings, and mill 

feed 

Bacon 

Tallow 

Apples, green or ripe 

Raisins 

Malt 

Wool, raw 

Grease, and othersoap stock 

Lard substitutes , 

Lard oil 

Rum 

Brandy 

Nursery stock 

Starch 

Horses 

NuU 

Oats 

Barley 

Whisky.rye 

Cattle.. 

Glue 

Cotton-seed oH 

Beef, cured, n.e.s 

Ginseng 

Oils, volatile, or essential. . 

Hay 

Allother 



DoUor$. 
860,492 
211,679 
28,057 



DoUart. 
806,058 
246,122 
802,649 



820 

40,347 

10,488 

02,745 

4,961 

88 

14,828 

11,534 

10, 519 

5,919 

8,671 

2,466 

1.884 

2,147 

976 

718 

1,907 

2,881 
1,285 
1,821 
497 
1.516 

(a) 
405 



1,126 
(a) 
111 



106 
104 



291 
118 



48 



29,066 



7,840 

34,446 

24,987 

12,876 

84,002 

4,875 

0,277 

14,007 

15,853 

4,217 

1,971 

3,594 

1,563 

3,468 

1,768 
6,417 
1,124 

2,664 
1.811 
1,804 
1,063 
906 

(a) 
518 

oei" 



(a) 



1,891 
25 



16 
874 
600 
111 

60 
163 

46 

10 
208 



200 
82 
140 



DoUar*. 

1,481,066 

286,111 

88,876 

375 

12,948 

46,396 

81,877 

2,044 

2,616 

106 

26,012 

18,103 

11,702 

13,116 

6,129 

8,389 

3.603 

2,007 

2,828 
1,417 
6,130 

2,217 

2,611 

1,691 

666 

3,164 

(a) 
1,146 



84 



(a) 



949 
43 



489 
17 
250 
276 
143 
102 
394 



826 
443 
582 



116 
21,623 



DoUart, 

2,345.016 

819.620 

60,013 

20,997 

65,124 

68,766 

84,202 

2,214 

9,467 

68,743 

17,636 

15,654 

10,345 

16,730 

4,319 

8,321 

4,433 

2,826 

3,166 
1.028 
1,892 

1,230 
1,446 
1,404 
67 
1,263 

878 

381 

1,287 

(a) 

1,987 

45 

218 

767 

1,368 

866 

87 

1,061 

193 

1,160 

288 

99 

77 

278 

220 

14 



68 
42,809 



I>oUarM. 

7,428,226 

644,039 

33,452 

316,787 

197,036 

73,106 

84,646 

2,466 

60,242 

36,684 

17,252 

23,097 

14,485 

6,607 

8,100 

7,561 

3,867 

8,587 

3,2J7 
2,866 
1,206 

469 
1,781 
1,125 
6,009 

175 

1,281 
8,027 
4,948 
1,478 
978 
1,461 



2,674 
1,889 



1,308 

859 

2 

908 



814 
706 
647 
220 
610 
481 
266 



681 

188 

85,016 



Total agrionltuTBl ex- 
ports 



856,261 



1,676,849 2,032,618 3,606,065 8,060,816 



DoUart. 

2,484,169 

441,294 

(ft, 509 

67,632 

64,054 

51,012 

26,040 

22,468 

20,256 

20,089 

17,001 

16,479 

12,581 

9,286 

4,838 

4.056 

8,068 

2,796 

2,389 
2,289 
2,252 

1,790 
1,746 
1,469 
1,486 
1,406 

61,281 

1,207 

1,066 

1,036 

^978 

712 

677 

671 

625 

461 

436 

868 

386 

813 



214 
806 
187 
166 
149 
128 
117 
116 
104 
102 
81,816 



8,407,800 



a Not stated. 



b Stetiatios for 1806 only. 



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NONAGBIOULTURAL EXPORTS TO JAPAN. 

Next to kerosene oil and manufactures of iron and steel, the most 
important items among our nonagricultural exports to Japan in 1898 
were unmanufactured iron and steel, paper and its manufactures, 
tobacco manufactures, leather, scientific and electric apparatus, lubri- 
cating oil, paraf&n and paraffin wax, and watches. 

The following table shows the annual value during 1894-1898 of the 
principal nonagricultural eiports from the United States to Japan: 

Value of the principal nomtgriculiural prodticta exported from the United States to Japan 
during the five fiscal years 1894-1898. 



Artiolee exported. 



KeroeeneoU 

Iron aDdsteelmanafactaree. 

Iron and steel 

Leather 

Tobaooo manofiictares 

Parafliii and paraflin wax. .. 

Lubricating oil, inclading 
heaTy parafBn oU 

Instmmentaand apparatas, 
scientific and electric 

Paper, and manufactures of . 

Cotton manufactures 

Watches, and parts of 

(^des, and parts of 

Lumber 

Clocks, and parts of 

India-nibber and gutta- 
percha, manufactures of . . 

Wood, manufactures of 

Books, maps, engravings, < 
etchings, etc ^ 

Ink, printers' and other — 

Another 



1894. 



Dottart, 
2,209,070 
218, 711 



Total nonagricultural 
exports 



125,642 
170,004 
78,316 

17,177 

34,000 
2,509 

60,471 

11,265 

(a) 
1,383 

33,187 

12,609 



30,867 

8,543 

07,034 



Years ended June 30— 
1896. 



DoUart. 

1,591,751 

415,408 

3,335 

874,271 

97, 702 



64,941 

24,861 

6,006 

111, 142 

21, 410 

(a) 
4.614 

14,244 

19,441 
20,641 

14, 177 

15,020 

121, 171 



1896. 

DoUarg. 

3,060,797 
903,343 
3,370 
494,540 
260,498 
127,001 

88,730 

96,243 
10,126 
105,469 
61,340 
27,056 
80,269 
38,402 

37,833 
24,721 

18, 516 
39,166 
178, 203 



1 , 

1 3,126,126' 2,982,998 1 5,607,632 



1897. 



DoUart. 
4,029,459 
2, 508, 693 
969,090 
220,879 
407,577 
171,476 

192,918 

148,271 

6,952 

176, 608 

101, 925 

52, 179 
177,943 

75,682 

42,006 
33, 171 

23.689 

16,493 

273,894 



9,628,905 



1898. 



DoOart. 

3,592,587 

3, 195, 152 

1, 793, 284 

859,965 

474,236 

158,305 

222,536 

230,197 
491, 256 i 
63, 367 I 
120, 761 I 
88,905 , 
62,437 1 
42,677 

68,945 , 

32, 958 I 

27,608 I 
25,940 ! 
333. 757 I 



Annual 
arerage, 
1894-lg»B. 

DoUart. 
2,896.783 
1.448,261 
553, 816 
315,001 
282,183 
118, 791 

117, 260 

107,234 
103, 182 
101, 411 
63,340 
b 56, 047 
55,319 
40.839 

36,185 
28,146 

22,871 
21,032 
200, 811 



I 
11,384,873 1 6,546,106 



1 Not stated. 



b Annual average, 1896-1898. 



AaSIOULTTTBAL EXPOBTS TO OHUfA. 

Of the (695,549 worth of merchandise comprising pnr agricultural 
exports to China in 1898, the principal items, after cotton and wheat 
flour, were ginseng, malt liquors, canned beef, milk, canned fruits, and 
leaf tobacco. 

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Following are statistics as to the valae of the principal agricoltaral 
exports from the United States to Ghina in each fiscal year from 1894 
to 1898, inclusive: 

Valve of the principal agricultural products exported from the United States to China 
during the five fiscal years 1894-1898, 



ArUoles exported. 



Years ended June 80 — 



18M. 



1805. 



1696. 



1897. 



1896. 



Annnal 
arerage. 
1894-1&S. 



Wheat flour 

Cotton, luunaxrafactnred . . . , 

Ginseng 

Milk.... 

Beef, canned 

Fmits, canned 

Malt liquors 

Hams , 

Wine 

Tobacco, leaf 

Cheese '. 

Bread and biHcnlt 

Batter , 

Bacon , 

Apples, green or ripe 

Whisky .Bourbon 

Pork, salted or pickled , 

Vegetables, canned 

Malt 

Oleomargarln (imitation 

butter) , 

Beans and peas , 



Dollars. 
77,842 



DoUars. 
103, e05 



80,776 
34,862 
4,902 
9,636 
1,970 
5,481 
2,629 
1,089 
8,777 
1,779 
1,812 
2,881 
2,191 



Sugar, refined, 
Coffee and ooooa, ground 
orprepared, and chocolate. 



orpi 
Lard. 



Whisky, rye 

Oats 

Nuts 

Hops 

Silk waste ; 

Cattle 

Rum b 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Hair, and manufactures of. 

Hay 

Prunes 

All other 



262 
460 
781 

563 
67 



371 
370 
35 



91,149 

6,286 

12,025 

10,693 

2,988 

6,244 

6,588 

1.055 

8,607 

2,239 

1,097 

2,121 

1,882 

279 

290 

936 

618 

1,808 

1,103 

350 

511 
186 
736 
484 
272 



DoUars, 

45,815 

800 

9,636 

n,081 

13,654 

8,288 

3,656 

6,564 

6,618 

690 

3,779 

2,573 

8,709 

8,153 

2,286 

1,660 

1,524 

1,428 



100 

1,042 

197 

429 
135 
801 
150 
374 
208 
1,200 



DoUars. 
72,100 
9,742 



7,961 
16,762 
11,431 
18,886 
6,557 
6,879 
6,952 
4,589 
2,926 
4,621 
2,650 



2,831 

1,077 

597 

1,356 

260 
230 
551 

492 
245 
886 
364 
460 
460 



DoUars, 

89,306 

370,670 

85,820 

23,748 

24,470 

21,596 

33,189 

8,788 

8,241 

18,116 

4,817 

6,163 

4,688 

4.635 

1,371 

8,944 

1,513 

1,030 

945 

1,279 
433 



441 
1,669 
179 
627 
123 
315 



112 
(a) 
12,661 



51 
(a) 
81,738 



889 

60* 

(a) 
18,896 



1,150 

880 

12 

660 

267 

21,424 



96 

176 

106 

25,540 



DoUars. 

77,634 

76,143 

43,454 

17,688 

14,843 

12.329 

12,138 

6,727 

5.991 

5,670 

4,004 

8, IS* 

8,066 

2,968 

1.902 

1,911 

803 

884 

755 

739 
654 
531 

485 
460 
421 
399 
320 
256 
240 
280 
196 
184 
149 
129 
M05 
20,032 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports 



246,818 



290,099 



160,632 



207,010 I 605,640 



318,0 



aNot stated. b Statistics for 1888 only. 

NONAGBICULTTJBAL EXPORTS TO CHINA. 

Although cotton manufactures, kerosene oil, manufactures of iron 
and steel, and tobacco manufactures formed such a large part of our 
nonagricultural exports to Ohina in 1898, there were numerous other 
items of considerable value, among the most important being lumber, 
unmanufactured iron and steel, paper and its manufactures, scientific 
and electric apparatus, vehicles, cycles, manufactures of wood, and 
lubricating oil. 

The table following shows the value of our leading nonagricultural 
exports to Ghina during the five fiscal years 1894-1898: 



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VoXiUof ik% ^prvti€kpal fkomaqrwMwral products exported from the United States to China 
during the Jhe fiscal years 189^1898. 



ArtidM exported. 



Cotton mamifaetiires ... . 

KeroMoe oil 

Iron AndsteelmainnfBotnrM. 

Tobaoco mannfaotures 

Lumber 

Wood, manufiustores of. — 

Cycles, and parts of 

Iron and steel 

Clocks, and parts of 

Books, maps, enfcrayings, 
etchings, eto 

Lvbticatmg oil, inclndinic 
heavy paraffin oQ 

Perftimery and cosmetf os . . . 

Instrnments and spparatos, 
soientiflo and electric .... 

If edidnea, patent or pro- 
prietary 

Paper, and manollMtaree of. 

Carriages, ears, etc., and 
parts of. 

Leather 

All other 



Total nonagiiooltoral 



Years ended Jnne 80~ 



1884. 



DoOa/n. 

3,854,221 

2,485,794 

64,890 
118,088 

23,709 

27,002 

(a) 



12.400 

U,861 

2,843 
0,090 

2,898 

2.079 
1.403 

1,484 

847 

46.797 



1886. 



DoVUxn, 
1,723.394 
1, 176. 173 
118.014 
104,913 
60,519 
21,923 



8.743 

12.801 

6,087 
18,979 

6,190 

2,188 
840 

24 

8,031 

49,378 



5,612.170 3,312,642 



1896. 



Dottart. 

4.043.324 

2,158,800 

84,273 

191,448 

137,053 

16,484 

4.609 

276 

11.108 

11.268 

8,178 
7,486 

4.904 

13,399 
478 

141 
9,006 
68,256 



6,770,604 



1897. 



DoUart. 

7,460,978 

3,352,985 

327,530 

229,966 

71,565 

41.584 

18.410 

6,471 

27,286 

16,620 

18.962 
18.319 

5,818 

I 
13,545 i 
3,337 , 

1,663 I 
12,216 I 



1886. 



DoUart. 

5,203,427 

2,839,845 

886,627 

828,404 

186,845 

26,244 

27,449 

77,894 

11.999 

15.836 

25.625 
6,733 

31.199 

10.494 
33,872 

29,098 ' 
4,539 ' 
100,891 



Annual 
average, 
1894-lS»8. 



11,708.978 I 9.296,521 



DoUart. 

4.257,069 

2.392,409 

106.229 

194.552 

87.139 

26,657 

516.843 

16.728 

14.819 

13,557 

12,329 
10,521 

10,201 

8,521 
7,997 

6,482 

5,940 

69,428 



7,340.183 



aKot stated. 



5 Annual average, 1896-1898. 



AGBIOUIiTUBAL EXPOBTS TO HONGKONG. 

After wheat floar, which is decidedly the leading factor in oarexx>ort 
trade with Hongkong, ginseng formed the principal item among the 
agricnltoral products shipped to that port dnring 1898. The other 
agricnltnral exports of chief importance were cotton, canned fruits, 
malt liquors, canned beef, wheat, and cheese. 

Statistics showing the annual value of the principal agricultural prod- 
ucts shipped from the United States to Hongkong during 1894-1898 
are presented in the following table: 

Valueof the principal agricultural products exported from the United States to Hongkong 
during the five fiscal years 1894-1898, 



Artloles exported. 



Yesrs ended June 30^ 



1894. 



1886. 



1886. 



1887. 



1886. 



Annual 
averai 
1884-18 



Wheat flour 

Ginseng 

Fruits, canned 

Beef, canned 

Malt liquors 

Cotton, unmanufactured. 

Deans aad peas 

Milk. 



D&ttart, 

1,808,319 

538,339 

22.846 

12,247 

4.582 



DoOars, 

2.085.441 

734.097 

80.089 

16,859 

7,075 



2.342.419 

760,566 

26,317 

16,650 

U,144 



VoOan. 

3,322,241 

839,908 

19,889 

35,889 

26,668 



Apples, green or ripe 

Bones, hoofs, horns, etc . 

Sngar, refined 

Pork, salted or piokled . . 



Wheat. 



13,149 
16,340 
5.451 
3,470 
31.813 
6.525 
1,323 



14.739 
17,879 
6.684 
5,978 



11,227 
4,471 
7,783 
4,444 



25.493 
4,386 
18,894 
17,219 



Poutoes 

Whiskj, Bourbon . 



Coflbe and cocoa, ground or 
pr^aied. and dbooolate. . . 



1,034 

2,497 

095 

830 

1.488 
880 



2,812 
2,052 
6,241 
1.574 
1,914 
680 
1.527 

2.922 
866 



1. 
1.667 
2.816 
1,604 
184 
1,688 



1,116 



10,944 
9.108 
32 
4,642 
3,506 
732 
1.861 

691 
2,288 



DtlUars. 

3,835,727 

601.493 

27,886 

19.712 

25,373 

72,000 

6,720 

4,967 

9,481 

4,857 

18 

3,117 

10,106 

10.415 

6,600 

2,419 

7,788 

4,106 

2,041 
2.306 



DoOars, 

2,681,029 

694,880 

25,095 

20,241 

14,958 

14,400 

14,265 

9,608 

8,530 

7.194 

6,365 

4.950 

4,014 

3,671 

3.213 

2.386 

3,017 

1.970 

1,630 
1,463 

O 



20 OUR TRADE WITH JAPAN, CHINA, AND HONGKONG. 

Value of principal agricultural produoU expcrUd from the United Statee, etc. — Cont'd. 



Articles exported. 



Beef, salted or pickled 

Butter 

Vegetables, canne<l 

Cattle 

Bread and biscuit 

Hops 

Tobacco, leaf 

Baisins 

Horses 

Oleomargarin (imitation 

butter) 

Bran, middlings, and mill 

feed 

Tallow 

Lard 

Oats 

Hay 

Prunes 

All other 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports 



Years ended June 30 — 



1894. 



I 1895. 



DMavM. 
2,026 
1,048 
348 



288 
182 



(a) 



(fl) 



810 



118 
131 

(a) 

22,888 



2,499,571 



DoOart. 
1,543 
245 
724 
300 
164 
631 



(fl) 



783 



(a) 



25 
204 

51 
(a) 
30,775 



2,084.283 



1896. 



DoUart. 

931 

708 

1,041 

1,300 

163 

777 

280 

(a) 

960 



1897. 



50 



(a) 



242 
104 

(a) 
23,802 



3,227,971 



DoUarg. 

1,248 

725 

966 

2,150 

362 

314 

1,600 

(») 



50 



(«) 



(a) 



200 
72 
64 
95 



DoUan. 

550 
2,770 
1,668 

100 
2,622 



330 



209 



25 

82 

103 

1,492 



Annual 



1804-: 



irage. 



DoUars. 

1,260 

1,101 

048 

770 

710 

558 

381 

b320 



202 
145 
131 
111 
bl03 
25.031 



4,37i,868 



4.601,249 3,555,588 



a Not stated. 



b Statistics for 1898 only. 



NONAGRICULTURAL EXPORTS TO HONGKONG. 

Among the nonagricultaral exports to Hongkong iu 1898, kerosene 
oil was by far the most important article. The items that came next iu 
valae were fish and fish products, and manufactures of iron and steel. 
Other items of considerable importance were tobacco manufactures, 
cotton manufactures, lubricating oil, perfumery and cosmetics, lumber, 
and manufactures of wood. 

The value of our nonagricultural exports to Hongkong from 1894 to 
1898, inclusive, is shown by the following statistics: 

Value of the principal nonagricultural products exported from the United States to Hong" 
kong during the five fiscal years 1894-1898, 



ArtioleH exported. 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual 


1894. 


1886. 


1896. 

DoUara. 

876,050 

171,428 

98,138 

111,500 

26,624 

33,930 

19, 746 

14, 846 

14,264 

7,683 
18,292 
8,064 

1,547 
738 
2,947 
3,589 
44,023 


1897. 


1898. 

DoUara. 
966,517 
165,532 
132, 188 


average, 
1894-l«)e. 


KoroAoneoil 

Fish and fish products 

Irou and steel manufactures. 
Ouicknilver 


DoUara. 

1.019,687 

172, 615 

124, 172 

175, 973 

31.367 

16,544 

20,945 

15.056 

11,505 

4,406 
10, 117 
12,921 

35,998 
(a) 

11, 170 
10, 446 
35,856 


DoUara. 
819,276 
177. 498 
71,441 


DoUara. 
1, 146, 038 
194,827 
95,203 


DoUara. 
965,510 
176,380 
104.228 
57,495 
33,960 
27,529 
20,577 


Tobacco manufactures 

('otton manufactures 

Lumber. 


23,258 
18,548 
18,808 
12,081 

32,310 

■ 7.884 
10,192 
9,414 

1,733 

(a) 
7, 752 
3,667 

46,750 


42, 111 
28,163 
27, 082 
25,516 

5,440 

11,012 
8,661 
7,423 

2,510 
11,847 
3,512 
6,312 
62,165 


46,439 

40,458 

' 16, 302 

20,304 

81 

25,336 
5,601 
14.992 

7.463 
7,636 
6,910 
7,072 
102,975 


l»erfumery and coembtics. . . 
Gunpowder and other ex- 
plosives 


17,661 
12,710 


Lubricating oil, including 
heavy paraffin oil ........ 


11,264 


Clocks, and parts of 

Wooil, manufactur(>8 of 

Instrumentsand apparatus, 

scientitic and electric 

Cycles, and parts of 


10,573 
10,568 

9,850 
66,674 


Wool, manufactures of 

Glass and glassware 

All other 


6,458 
6,217 
68,312 






Total nonagricultural 
exports 


1,708,557 


1,260,612 


1, 453, 409 


1,677,312 


1,642,858 


1,528,450 





aKot stated. 



b Annual average, 1806-1808. 

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GAINS IN OUR EXPORTS TO JAPAN, CHINA, AND HONGKONG. 

It is within the last five years that the most striking gains have 
occurred in our exports to Japan, China, and Hongkong, From 1894 
to 1898 the value of the domestic merchandise sent from the United 
States to these three destinations showed an increase of $22,532,373, 
or more than 160 per cent. The items that contributed most to this 
increase were cotton, cotton manufactures, iron and steel manufactures, 
wlieat flour, and kerosene oil. The exports of raw cotton rose from 
$360,492 in 1894 to $7,870,890 in 1898, and the exports of cotton manu- 
factures during the same period from $2,921,236 to $5,307,252, the gain 
for these two items alone amounting to nearly $10,000,000. In tlie 
exports of iron and steel manufactures there was an increase from 
$407,579 to $3,713,967. The shipments of wheat flour advanced from 
$2,098,240 to $4,569,071, and the shipments of kerosene oil from 
$5,6(54,531 to $7,398,449. 

PRINCIPAL GAINS IN OUR EXPORTS TO JAPAN. 

A comparison of our domestic exports to Japan alone in 1894 and 
1898 shows a gain of $16,373,312, most of which occurred in the items 
of cotton, iron and steel manufactures, crude iron and steel, and kero- 
sene oil. Exports of cotton ft'om the United States to Japan were 
first recorded in 1889, the shipments for that year having a value of 
$2,341. The trade grew with great rapidity, the value of the exi)oi"ts 
increasing to $360,492 in 1894 and to $7,428,226 in 1898. The gain 
during the last five years amounted to $7,067,734. In the value of the 
iron and steel manufactures exx)orted there was an advance from 
$218,711 in 1894 to $3,195,152 in 1898, an increase of $2,976,441. Of 
unmanufactured iron and steel no exports were recorded for 1894. In 
1895 there was an item of $3,335, but in 1898 the shipments under this 
head had increased to $1,793,284. The exports of kerosene oil showed 
a gain of $1,383,517 during the five years, advancing from $2,209,070 
to $3,592,587. 

After the four items mentioned, the most important gains in our 
exports to Japan from 1894 to 1898 were the following: Paper and its 
manufactures, $488,687; wheat flour, $432,460; alcohol, $316,787; 
tobacco manufactures, $303,332; leather, $234,323; lubricating oil, 
$205,359; leaf tobacco, $196,216; scientific and electric instruments 
and apparatus, $195,597; and watches, $109,496. 



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Following is a table showing the principal gains made in our export 
trade with Japan in 1898, as compared with 1894: 

Ariidea ehcwing principal inoreaae in our export trade with Japan during 1898 a$ compared 

with 1894, 



Articles exported. 



Cotton, nniiuuiiifaotared , 

Iron and steel manufaotures 

Iron and steel 

Kerosene oil 

Paper, and mannfiotnres of 

Wheat flour , 

Alcohol 

Tobacoo manofaotares 

Leather , 

Lubricating oH, indndlng heavy paraffin oil 

Tobacco, leaf 

Instruments and apparatus, scientific and electric. . 

Watches, and parte of 

Paraffin and paraffin wax 

Cycles, and parts of 

Lumber , 

India-rubber and gutta-peioha, manufactures of . . . . 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Wheat 

Milk , 



Years ended June SO— 



18M. 



DoUart, 
360,492 
218, 711 



2,909,070 

2,560 

211,579 



170,904 

125,642 

17,177 

820 

84,600 

11,265 

78.815 

a27,066 

1,888 

12,099 

4,961 

88 

40,347 



1886. 



DoUart, 

7,428,226 

8, 195, 152 

1, 793, 284 

8,592 587 

491,256 

644,039 

816,787 

474,236 

859,965 

222,636 

197,036 

280,197 

120,761 

158,305 

88,905 

62,437 

68,945 

50,242 

86,684 

76,106 



Increase, 
1894-1808. 



Dottan. 

7,067,734 

2,976,441 

1,793,284 

1,383,517 

488,687 

433,460 

316,787 

803,332 

234,328 

205,859 

190,216 

195,597 

109,496 

84,990 

661,849 

61,104 

66,246 

45,281 

86,646 

86.759 



aStatiHtics for 1896. 



Mncrease, 1886-1896. 



PRINCIPAL GAINS IN OUR RXPORT8 TO CHINA. 

The increase in our domestic exports to China during 1894-1898 
amounted to $4,133,582. More than half of this gain occurred in the 
shipments of cotton manufactures, which showed an increase of 
$2,349,206, the value for 1898 amounting to $5,203,427, as compared 
with only $2,854,221 for 1894. Although small exports of raw cotton 
to China were recorded in 1892, none were reported in 1893, 1894, 
and 1895, and the first exportation of any considerable importance 
was that for 1898, amounting in value to $370,670. In the shipments 
of kerosene oil, which formed the most important item after cotton 
manufactures, there was an advance from $2,435,794 to $2,839,345, 
making a gain of $403,551. Other leading examples of increase for 
1894-1898 were: Iron and steel manufactures, $321,931; tobacoo manu- 
factures, $210,365; and lumber, $113,136. 

The important gains made in our exports to China during 1898, as 
compared with 1894, will be seen from the table following: 



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ease in our ea 
compared wiii 



Ariieies showing principal increase in our eacpori trade with China during 1898 as 

" nth 1894. 



Articles ex)M>rted. 



Cotton mannfactoiM 

Kerosene oil 

Cotton, unmanufactured 

Iran and steel manufactnrea 

Tobacco nuHiafacturea 

Lnmber 

Iron and ateel... 

Paper, and manafactarea of 

llaltliqaora 

Instmnicnta and apparatoa, acientific and electric.. 

Carriagea, cars, etc.. and parte of 

Lubricating oil, including heavy parafiin oil , 

Cycles, and parts of 

Kef, canned 

Tobacco, leaf 

Wheat flour 

Fruits, canned 



Years ended June 30~ 



18M. 



DoUart. 
2,854,221 
2,4S&,7M 



64,<»6 
118.039 
28,700 



1,482 
1,970 
2,898 
1,484 
2,842 
a4.e09 
4,902 
1,039 
77,342 
9,836 



1888. 



Dollars. 

5,203,427 

2.839,345 

370,870 

386,827 

328.404 

136,845 

77,894 

33.872 

33,189 

31.199 

29,098 

25.625 

27,449 

24,470 

18, 116 

89.305 

21,595 



Increase, 
1894-1898. 



DoUarg. 

2.340.206 

403. 551 

370, 670 

821.031 

210.365 

113,136 

77.894 

32. 410 

81,219 

28,301 

27,614 

22,783 

b 22. 780 

19,568 

17,077 

11.903 

11,959 



a Statistics for 1806. 



b Increase, 1896-1898. 



PRINCIPAL GAINS IN OUR EXPORTS TO HONGKONG. 

Our domestic exports to Hongkoug iii 1898 showed a gaiu of 
92,025,479 as compared with 1894. The increase was due chiefly to 
larger shipments of wheat flour, the exports of this article advancing 
from $1,809,319 in 1894 to $3,835,727 in 1898. Kerosene oil, which was 
the second item in value, exhibited a slight falling ofl", but the losses in 
this and several other commodities were more than offset by the gains 
reported. The increase in wheat flour alone amounted to $2,026,408. 
The first recorded exports of raw cotton to Hongkong occurred during 
1898, the value being $72,000. These shipments were probably destined 
to China. The exports of ginseng showed a gain of $63,154, increas- 
ing from $538,339 to $601,493. Among the other instances of increase 
daring 1894-1898 were: Ootton manufactures, $23,914; lubricating oil, 
$20,929; malt liquors, $20,841; and wheat, $10,415. 

The statistics given in the following table show the principal gains 
made in our export trade with Hongkong during 1894-1898: 

AriUles showing principal increase in our export trade with Hongkong during 1898 as 

compared with 1894. 



Articles exported. 



Yean ended June 30— 



1894. 



1898. 



IncreaHC, 
1804-1898. 



Wheat floar 

(■Cotton, nnmannfantnred 

(iinseng 

Cotton mannflictnrss 

Lubrioating oil, iaclndlng tieaTT paraffin oil . 

lialtUquon 

Wlmir. 



DoUars. 
1,809,819 



638,839 
16,644 
4,406 
4,682 



Iron and steel manafactnrea . 

Beef, canned ^ 

Whisky, Bonrbon 

Cie]«a,andpart«of 

Tff lfl^ ^ 

Fsiftuneiy and ooametica .... 
Vkvlta, oannod 



1,828 

124,172 

12,247 

696 k 

a788'^ 

1,084 

16,066 

22,846 



DoUart. 

8,835,727 

72,000 

601,493 

40,458 

26,335 

26.378 

10, 416 

10,106 

182,188 

19, 712 

7,783 

7,636 

6,600 

20,304 

27,886 



DoUarK. 

2,026,408 

72, 000 

63,154 

23, 014 

20,920 

20,841 

10,415 

8,783 

8.016 

7,465 

7,088 

b 0,89ft 

5,466 

5,248 

5.039 



aSUtistics for 1896. 



b Increase, 1896-1898. 



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OUR TRADE WITH JAPAN, CHINA, AND HONGKONG. 



GENERAL CHARACTER OP THE IMPORTS FROM JAPAN. CHINA, AND 

HONGKONG. 

About four-fifths of the merchandise imported into the United States 
from Japan, China, and Hongkong during the ten years 1889-1898 con- 
sisted of products of agriculture, in 1898 our agricultural imports 
from these sources were valued at $38,843,236 and our nonagricoltural 
imports at $7,453,327. 

The following statement of values permits a comparison of our agri- 
cultural and nonagricultural imports from Japan, China, and Hong, 
kong for each of the ten fiscal years 1889-1898: 

CkMubined imports of merchandise into ths United States from Japan, China, and Hong- 
kong during ea>oh fiscal year from 1889 to 1898, inclusive, classified as agrioulttiral and 
non^igrioulturaL 



Yean ended June 30— 


Imports. 


Agricnltnral. 


Nonagrionl- 
tnral. 

I>oUar9, 
6,460,906 
6,795,577 
8,136,010 
8, 360, 081 
9,967,996 


Total. 


1889 


Dollars, 

28,745,764 

31,537,968 

31.058,313 

36,681,735 

89,000,837 


Percent 
81.67 
82.27 
79.24 
81.44 
79.64 


Dollars, 
86,196,670 
38,333 540 


1890 


1891 


39,1H323 
45, 041, 816 
48,968,888 


1892 


1893 




Annnal average, 1889-]893 


33,404,923 


80.79 


7, 942, 113 


41,347,036 




1894 


28.992,575 
34,188,832 
38, 195, 095 
34,068,324 
38,843,236 


77.41 
76.94 
77.98 
75.14 
83.90 


8,461,486 
10,829,480 
10,784,071 
11.269,136 

7,458,327 


37, 454, 061 
45, 018. 262 
48,979,168 
46,337,460 
46,296,563 


1895 


1896 


1897 


1888 : 






Ann^Al Vffng^, 1894-1898 


34,867,613 


78.13 


9,750,490 


44,617,103 





Agricultural products naturally form a larger portion of the imports 
from China than of those from Japan. In 1898 nonagricultural com- 
modities comprised less than 10 per cent of our imports from the former 
country, and slightly more than 20 per cent of our imports from the 
latter. Of our imports from Hongkong in 1898 over 40 per cent con- 
sisted of nonagricultural articles. 

Following is a statement showing the annual value of the agricul- 
tural and the nonagricultural imports from each of the three sources 
mentioned in the fiscal years 1889 to 1898, inclusive: 



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25 



ImparU of iMrohafuUse into the United States from Japan, from China, and from Hong- 
kong during each fiscal year from 1889 to 1898, inolwive, olaseified ae agricultural and 
non€tgrieultural. 



Tears ended June 
3ft- 



1889 

1880. 
1891. 



From Japan. 



Agricnltural. 



1892 !19, 264,986 



DoUan. 
14,352,927 
18,046,549 
15. 476, 024 



1883 



.120,976,253 



Annual averase, 
1889-1888 17,623,148 



1884 ,14,035,037 

1885 15,561,865 

1886 18,381,679 

1897 * 16,419,113 

1898 ,20,065,384 



Annual average, 
1894-1896 16,892,736 



Per et 
86.01 
85.52 
80.15 
80.98 
76.40 



81.33 



72. 25 
65.67 
71.98 
68.39 
79.55 



71.64 



Konagri- 
Gultand. 



From China. 



Agrioulturfd. 



DoUars. Dollars. 
2, 335. 065 13, 695, 874 
3, 056, 775 13, 127, 125 
3,833,17415,310,683 
4,525,210116,950,470 
6.478,967 17,345,422 



Per et 
80.43 
80.73 
79.24 
82.73 
84.05 



4,045,83915,285,915 81.54 



5,390,885114,282,829, 83.35 

8,133,992,18,050,125; 87.86 

7. 155, 459 18, 648, 821> 84. 68 

7,590,64317,065.995! 83.64 

5,158,226|18,346,474| 90.26 



6, 685, 841 



17,278,849 86.02 



Nonagri- 
cultural. 



Dollars. 

3,332,538 

3,133,346 

4,011,167 

3,537,821 

3, 291, 113 



3, 461, 197 



2,852,199 
2,495,704 
3, 374, 183 
3, 337, 867 
1,979,962 



2,807,883 



From Hongkong. 



Agricultural. 



DoUars. 
696,963 
364.289 
271,606 
466,279 
680, 162 



495,860 



674, 109 
576, 742 
1. 164, 695 
583.216 
431, 378 



Perct 
47.08 
37.67 
48.22 
61.09 
77.46 



Kon- 

agrlcnl- 

tnral. 



Dollars. 
783,303 
605,456 
291,669 
297.044 
197,916 



53.26 



-— I- 



75.53 
74.28 
82.07 
63.13 
67.79 



686,028 72.08 



436,077 

^8,l02 
109, 734 
254,429 
340,626 
315, 139 



265,666 



LEADING IMPOSTS. 

Silk and tea form the principal part of the imports received in our 
trade with Japan^ China, and Hongkong. Daring the fiscal year 1898 
these two items amounted in valne to abont 70 per cent of the total 
importations from the sources mentioned. The silk imports for that 
year were valued at $23,959,935, and the tea imports at $8,896,836. 
Silk comes in largest quantities from Japan, while tea is received most 
extensively from Ghina. The small consignments of these products 
recorded as from Hongkong are undoubtedly reshipments of goods 
coming originally from Japan and China. 

IMPORTS FBOM JAPAN. 

Our imports of raw silk from Japan in 1898 were valued at $16,453,406, 
and our imports of silk manufactures at $2,068,668. Tea was imported 
to the value of $3,045,079. Straw matting formed an Item of consider- 
able importance, the valne amounting to $903,747. Other leading 
imi>ort8 from Japan during 1898, with their values, were : Rice, $399,652 ; 
earthen, stone, and china ware, $313,712; camphor, $286,191; hat mate- 
rials, $207,820 ; paper and its manufactures, $199,556 ; fans, $151,822 ; sul- 
]ihur, $146,813; vegetable-fiber manufactures, $136,153; wood manu- 
factures, $104,005; and brushes, $101,256. 



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The following table shows the value of the principal imports into the 
United States from Japan daring each fiscal year from 18d4 to 18d8, 
inclusive : 



Value of the principal ariielee imported into the United Stateefrom Japan during thejhe 

fiscal years 1894-1898, 



.ArticleM imported. 



Silk, raw 

Tea 

Silk xuanafaoturee 

Straw mattine for floors 

Kioe 

Fibers, vegetable, uianufao* 

tureeof 

Earthen, stone, and china 

ware 

Camphor, onide 

Paper, and manufactores of . 
Hats, bonnets, and hoods, 

materia] s for a 

Fans 

Wood, mannfaotures of 

Sulphur, crude 

liags, other than woolen 

Cotton manufactures 

Brushes 

Manganese ore 

Silk waste 

Silk cocoons 

Furs, and manufactures of. . 

0U8,vegoUble 

Toys 

Rice flour, rice meal, and 

broken rice 

Antimonv ore and regulus 

or metal 

Books, maps, engravings, 

etchings, etc 

Wood, unmanufactured 

llursery stock 

Wool, manufactures of 

Coal 

Copper, unmanufactured... 
All other 



1884. 

Dollars. 
8, 024, 743 
6,504,411 
2,387,775 
1,017,540 
283,090 

250,334 

336,461 
184,560 
200,230 

81,001 
(ft) 

135. «50 
62,567 

181,261 
67,265 
45,402 
(6) 

40,497 
86,285 I 
10,483 I 
12,096 I 
14,474 I 

50,666 

(ft) 

9,719 

11,304 

132 

7,006 
29,017 



383,955 



Years ended June 30 — 



1895. 



Dollars. 
10,284,798 
4,601,041 
4, 775, 338 
1,015,219 
506,200 

547,731 

196,021 
219,598 
110,612 

166,423 
(ft) 

06,158 
130, 988 
136, 971 
116,242 
57,268 
61.419 
87,238 
71,744 
80,297 
15,929 
16,877 



10,249 I 

28,366 

12,647 I 
10,707 
14, 296 I 

23,206 I 



1896. 

Dollars. 
12,918,590 
4,911,448 
2,804,906 
1,989,340 
861,326 

484,936 

387,601 
87,975 
192,414 

110,001 

112,868 . 

174,061 I 
95,244 I 
26,983 

118,652 ; 
59,369 I 
49,483 
35,781 I 
83,425 
27,187 
26,079 
34,429 

16,352 

34,056 

24,978 
21,831 
22,904 
9,909 
7,397 



1897. 



Dollars. 
10,010,885 
6,651,279 
2,758,964 
2,250,958 
612,932 

301,909 

440,052 
156,309 
213,829 

223,462 
151,488 
143,804 
140,426 
?:8,904 
77,548 
88,066 
51,178 
24,617 



347,872 I 367,533 



Total imports | 19,426,522 I 23,696,957 | 26,587,088 



1888. 



6,148 
26,306 
23,478 

16,864 

15,208 

35,510 
25,909 
26,972 
28,248 
8,937 
53,194 
404,804 



24,000,756 



DMart. 

16,463,406 

3,046,079 

2,068,688 

903,747 

399,662 

136,158 

813,712 
286,191 
100,656 

207,820 
151,822 
104,006 
146,813 
62,825 
41,327 
101,256 
46,870 
68,268 
1 
007 
88,731 
23,668 

7,287 

2,276 

14,356 
25.750 
24,616 
18,480 
8,076 



Annusl 

average, 
1804-1W8. 



848,601 



Dollars. 

11,'638,485 
4,742,651 
2,059.180 
1,437,161 
432,700 

344,213 

334,867 
186,023 
185,130 

167,741 
4:138,724 
130,754 
116,208 
87,407 
84.207 
70,272 
d40,486 
39,289 
88,291 
24,804 
23,828 
22,56^i 

21,374 

d 19. 975 

19,421 
19,102 
17,664 
14.442 
14,826 
10,639 
367,661 



26,228,610 28,678,577 



a Notincliidiug hatters' plush, 
b Not stated. 



e Annual average, 1896-1886. 
d Annual average, 1895-1886. 



IMPORTS FROM CHINA. 

From China raw silk was ipiported in 1898 to the valne of $7,506,409. 
The imports of silk manufactures were comparatively small, amounting 
to only $135,906. The valne of the Ohinese tea imported reached as 
high as $5,827,177. After silk and tea, the largest imports were wool, 
and hides and skins, the former item having a value of $1,564,803 
and the latter one of $1,210,788, Other items of considerable impor- 
tance among our imports from Ohina, with their values for 1898, 
were the following: Opium, $650,644; hat materials, $632,065; rice, 
$557,163; straw matting, $350,379; furs, and manufactures of, 
$206,953; spices, $187,027; sugar, $176,751; firecrackers. $141,132; 
bristles, $122,244; silk waste, $106,144; and vegetable oils, $100,129. 



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27 



Annual statistics as to the vame of oar leadiug imx)orts from China 
during the five fiscal years 1884-1898 are presented in the following 
table: 

I'alue of iheprinMpal ariiolea imported into the United States from China during the five 

fiscal years 1894-1898, 



ArttoloB imported. 



Te» 

SUk.nw 

Wool^rair (oliiefly claas 3, 

cMpet) 

Steftw matting for flooni 



Opiimi, prepared. 
Hides and sk' 



and sKins, other tbam 
far skins 

Hats, bonnets, and hoods, 
materials for 

Sagar 

Bice 

Flrecraok e rs.............. . 

Fnis, and mannfaotores of. 

Silkmannfaetares 

Spices 

Coffee 

OiIs,Teicateble 

Wlk waste 

Wood, manofactores of 

Bristies 

Feathers and downs, erode . 

Fish 

Leather 

Cotton mannfJMtares 

Fans, palm-leaf 

<;abinet8 of old coins, med- 
als, and other antiquities. . 

Tobacco mauafactures 

SQkcoooons 

Pickles and saooes 

Meat and meat extracts 

Paper, and mannfiMtares of. 

Earthen, stone, and china 



18»4. 



Wool, manofactnres of 

Wood, nnmanofhotared 

Starch 

Fmita, prepared or pre- 



Glnger, preserved or pickled 

Tin, in bars, blocks, pigs, or 
grain or granulated 

Oiunbier, or terra Japonica. . 

Fibers, vegetable, mannfao- 
tores ofT. 

Another 



1M6. 



Years end«4 June 30— 
1696. 



Dollars. 

7,687,258 

3,087.749 

818,157 
807,635 



890,811 

528.801 

800,218 

442,421 

256,766 

410,317 

228,486 

05,564 

156,579 

114,537 

76,986 

84,818 

27.061 

84,460 

37,530 

67,784 

30,862 

28,125 

41,622 
33,435 
25,928 
84.722 
23.131 
24,050 

21,854 
15,363 
23,095 
9,312 

1«.408, 
9,618 ' 

19,861 
8,668 

16,484 
300.875 



Dollars. 

7,534,854 

5,611,960 

1,609,414 
651,885 
015,807 

481,187 

668,186 

668,287 

508.755 

872.441 

286,478 

240,761 

84,610 

126,828 

101,640 

95,386 

63,445 

28,903 

41,874 

81.005 

41,268 

34,015 

21,682 

26,041 
80,284 
64,256 
24,646 
22.896 
20,826 

13,742 
14,989 
10,442 
12,666 

9.620 
12,166 

12,096 
11,466 

12.011 
250, 662 



Totalimporto 17,135.028 20,646,829 22,023,004 20,408,862 20,826,438 20,086, 



Dollars. 

0,966,766 

6,622,692 

1, 600, 842 
668,813 
729,196 

580,030 

917,843 

920,301 

868,962 

408,397 

619, 188 

269,356 

164,463 

159,971 

87,590 

56,034 

114, 701 

62,527 

27,020 

38,131 

41.853 

37,337 

46, 771 

47,274 
19,300 
44,758 
28,331 
31. 814 
22.900 

20.022 
21,201 
9,128 
14,518 

12.217 
18,545 

21,946 
12,646 

3,418 
806,206 



1897. 



1898. 



l__ 

Dollars. ' Dollars. 

7,288,573 6,827,177 

4, 642, 457 7, 606, 409 

1,621,059 1.564,803 1 

1,453,896 350,379 

1, 122, 886 660, 644 



824,409 

618,880 

813, 803 

416,650 

491, 951 

113, 478 

168.803 

198,288 

133,556 

100, 514 

69,000 

60.022 

53,366 

67.127 

32,715 

12,769 

27,668 

23,707 

25,603 
26,598 



22,685 ' 
21,880 , 
19, 170 I 

24,161 
19,964 
18,982 
15,826 

9,546 
4,989 



9,988 

6,400 
824,465 



1,210,788 

682.066 

176,761 

657,163 

141, 132 

206,963 

136.906 

187,027 

92,634 

100,129 

106,144 

70, 174 

122,244 

30.496 

27,771 

7,416 

29,410 

36,364 

62 
19,777 



22,230 
20.068 
22,174 

24,266 
5,437 
14,270 
17, 474 

14,540 
10,123 

136 
9,506 

14, 170 
368,144 



▲nnnal 

aven 

1894-li 

Dollars. 
7,062,825 
5, 474, 253 

1,460,856 
766,422 
745,671 

697.489 

652, 147 

575,872 

464,792 

833,135 

807.283 

208,680 

146,990 

133,914 

100, 882 

80,600 

78,631 

68,820 

41,806 

88.4?0 

82,206 

81,858 

31,318 

28,120 
25.678 
24,968 
24.523 
23,957 
21,726 

20,889 
15, 407 
15,183 
13.959 

12,466 
11,088 

10,708 
10,450 

10,207 
308.667 



nCPOBTS FBOM HONOKONa. 

Among the commodities imported from Hongkong daring 1898 straw 
matting and sugar were the leading items. The imports of straw mat- 
ting were valaed at $163,713, and the sngar imports at $107,295. It is 
probable that the matting came chiefly from China, while the sugar 
was presamably of Philippine origin. It is also apparent that a large 
part of the remaLoing imports from Hongkong should be credited to 
other sources, that port being primarily a x>oint of reshipment. After 
matting and sugar, the most important imports in 1898, with their 



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valaes, were as follows: Vegetable oils, $77,4765 rice, $58,095; spices, 
$48,689; Manila hemp, $31,459; vegetable-fiber manufactures, $25,082; 
tea, $24,580; firecrackers, $19,816; camphor, $17,827; co£fee, $13,841; 
and silk manufactures, $12,383. 

The annual value of our priucipal imports from Hongkong during 
1894-1898 is shown by the following statistics: 



Value of the principal articles imported into the United States from Hongkong during 
the five fiscal years 1894-1898. 



Articles imported. 



Snear 

Silk, raw 

straw matting for floors — 

Oils, vegetable 

Spices 

Tea 

Rice 

Silk manufactures 

Wood, manufactaroH of 

Fibers, vegetable, manufac- 
tures of. 

Manila hemp 

Firecrackers — 

Fish and fish products 

Camphor, crude 

Bristles 

Earthen, stone, and china 
ware 

Pickles and sauces 

Meat and meat extracts 

Tobacco manufactures 

Coffee 

Cotton manufactures 

All other 



Total imports . 



Years ended June 30— 



1894. 



1895. 



Bollart. 
435. 738 



49,268 
53. 154 
55,309 
43, 274 
24,630 
22,821 
34,204 

7,992 



11,044 
10,765 
22,878 
5,197 

7.135 
8,648 
5,189 
6,148 



6,686 
82,431 



892,511 



VoUars. 
236,292 
51,612 
68,711 
70,221 
60,645 
40,167 
38,721 
21.092 
15,783 

17, 619 
8,836 
9,285 

10, 176 
8,004 
7,308 

6,123 
5,749 
5,895 
6.200 
126 
3,494 
84,427 



778, 476 



1896. 



DoUarg. 

3.53, 610 

540, 814 

108, 961 

63,589 

51,140 

42,158 

30, 610 

19.867 

23,669 

24,121 



7,153 

12, 153 

970 

16,520 

9,690 
8,625 
8.004 
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BUUETIN No. 19. 

U, S. DEPARTMENT QF AGRICULTURE. 

SECnON OF FOREIGN MAKKETS. 



; -v. . . '•• •■: . 



OUE FOREIGN TRADE 



IN 



AGRICULTDRAL PRODUCTS, 



1890-1899, 



BT 



PEANK H. HITOHOOCKj, 

CHIEF, SECTION OF FOREIGN MARKETS. 




WASHINGTON: 

OOVEBKMKNT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1900. 



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PT7BLI0ATI0NB OF THE SECTION OF FOBEIGN 2CABKETS. 

BtUletin^ (to bfe procured at the prices indicated jfrom the Superintendent of Docu- 
ments, Union Building, Washington, J>, C): 

No. 1. — Great Britain and Ireland. Price (including supplement), 10 oentn. 

No. 2. — ^The German Empire. Price, 5 centa. 

No. 3. — France. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 4. — Canada. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 5. — ^Netherlands. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 6. — Belgium. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 7. — ^Norway. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 8. — Sweden. Price, 5 cents. 
' N0..9. — ^Denmark. (In course of preparation.) 

No. 10. — Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products during the Five Fiscal Years 
1893-1897. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 11. — Spain's Foreign Trade. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 12.— Our Trade with Spain, 1888-1897. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 13. — Trade of Puerto Rico. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 14. — Trade of the Philippine Islands. Price, 10 cents. 

No. 15. — Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products, 1894-1898. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 16.— Distribution of the Agricultural Exports of the United States, 1894-1898. 
Price, 10 cents. 

No. 17.— Sources of the Agricultural Imports of the United States, 1894-1898. 
Price, 10 cents. 

N*b. 18.— Our Trade with JajMui, Chma, and Hongkong, 1889-1899. Price, 10 cents. 

No. 19.— Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products, 1890-1890. 

Circulars (for free distribution. Apply to the Secretary of Agriculture, Waahing- 
ton, D. 0.): 

No. 1.— Peaches and Other Fruits in England. (Exhausted.) 

No. 2.— American Dried Apples in the German Empire. 

No. 3.— Imports and Exports for 1893 and 1894. (Exhausted. ) 

No. 4. — ^An Example for American Farmers and Dairymen. (P^xhausied. ) 

No. 6. — ^The Treaty of Shimonoseki between China and Japan of April 17, 1896, and 
Our Possibilities of Trade with those Countries. (Exhausted. ) 

No. 6.— Imports and Exports for 1893, 1894, and 1895. (Exhausted.) 

No. 7. — Extension of Markets for American Feed Stuffs. 

No. 8. — ^Tho Manchester District of England as a Market for American Products. 

No. 9.— Imports and Exports for 1893, 1894, 1895, and 1896. 

No. 10. — Course of Wheat Production and Exportation in the United States, Can- 
ada, Argentina, Uruguay, Russia, and British India from 1880 to 1896. 

No: 11. — Agricultural Products Imported and Exported by the United States in 
the Years Ended June 30, 1892 to 1896, Inclusive, (Exhausted. ) 

No. 12. — Sources of the Principal Agricultural Inixjorts of the United States during 
the Five Years Ended June 30, 1896. 

No. 13. — Distribution of the Principal Agricultural Exports of the United States 
during the Five Years Ended June 30, 1896. 

No. 14. — Hamburg as a Market for American Products. 

No. 15.— Exports of Cotton from Egypt. 

No. 16.— Our Trade with Cuba from 1887 to 1897. 

No. 17.— United States Wheat for Eastern Asia. 

No. 18. — Hawaiian Conmierce from 1887 to 1897. 

No. 19. — Austria-Hungary as a Factor in the World's <^rain Trade; Recent Use of 
American Wheat in that Country. 

No. 20.— Agricultural Imports and Exports, 1893-1897. 

No. 21.— Agricultural Imiwrts and Exports, 1894-1898. 

No. 22.— Agricultural Imports and ExportiJ, 1895-1899. 



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Bulletin No. 19. 

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

SECIION OF FOREIGN MARKETS. 



OUR FOREIGN TRADE 



IN 



AGRICCLTDRAL PRODUCTS, 



189 0-1 8 9 9, 



BY 



FEANK II. UITCIICO(3K, 

CHIEF; SECTION OF FOBEIGN MARKETS. 




WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1900. 



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LEITER OF TRANSMITTAL 



U. S. Department of Agriculture, 
Section op Foreign Markets, 

Waahmgton, D. C, April SO, 1900. 
Sm: I have the honor to transmit herewith a statistical review of 
our foreign trade in agricultural products during the ten fiscal years 
1890-1899, and to recommend its publication as Bulletin No. 19 of this 
Office. 

Very respectfully, 

Frank H. Hitchcock, Chief, 
Hon. James Wilson, 

Secreta/ry of Agricvltfwre, 



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CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Tratleof 1899 7 

Agricultural imports 7 

Agricultural exports 7 

Summary statement of imports and exports 8 

Leading agricultural imports: 

Sugar 9 

CJoff ee 9 

Hides and skins 9 

Goatskins 9 

Hides of cattle 9 

Silk : 9 

Vegetable fibers 10 

Sisal grass 10 

Manila hemp 10 

Cotton '. 10 

Fruits and nuts 10 

Bananas 10 

Lemons 10 

Tobatico 10 

Tea 11 

Wool 11 

Wines 11 

Cocoa, or cacao .' 11 

Vegetable oils 11 

Table of leading agricultural imports 11 

Leading agricultural exports: 

Breadstuffs 13 

Wheat 13 

Wheat flour 13 

Indian com 14 

Oats 14 

Rye 14 

Barley 14 

Cotton 14 

Meat products .^ 14 

Bacon 16 

Hams 15 

Pork, salted or pickled 16 

Lard 16 

Fresh beef 16 

Oleo-oil • 16 



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Leading agricultoral exports — Continued. Page. 

Live animals 15 

Cattle 16 

Horses 16 

Tobacco 16 

Leaf tobacco 16 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal 16 

Vegetable oils 16 

Cotton-seed oil 16 

Fruits and nuts 17 

Dairy products 17 

Cheese 17 

Butter 17 

Seeds 17 

Table of leading agricultural exports 17 

Agricultural imports and exports classified as animal matter and vegetable 
matter: 

Agricultural imports 18 

Agricultural exports 19 

Agricultural imports and exports for 1890-1899, in detail: 

Agricultural imports, 1890-1894 20 

Agricultural imports, 189&-1899 27 

Agricultural exports, 1890-1894 34 

Agricultural exports, 1895-1899 40 

Average annual imports for 1890-1894 and 1895-1899 46 

Average annual exports for 1890-1894 and 1895-1899 M 

Import and export prices, 1890-1899: 

Import prices 56 

Export prices 60 



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OUR FOREIGN TRADE IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS, 

1890-1899. 



TRADE OF 1899. 

In the fiscal year 1899, for the fourth time during the history of our 
foreign commerce, the annual value of domestic merchandise exported 
by^ the United States exceeded a billion dollars. The first record of 
the kind was made in 1892, when the declared valuation amounted to 
11,015,732,011. Immediately following 1892 there were four years, 
1893-1896, during which our exports were considerably smaller. 
After that, in 1897, a marked increase occurred, resulting in a value 
of 11,032,007,603, the highest up to that time. During 1898 a 
still further gi'owth took place, and the unprecedented value of 
11,210,291,913 was attained. Then came 1899, with a record of 
11,203,931,222. This value, while somewhat less than the exception- 
ally high figures of 1898, was far in excess of any previously reported. 

The total impoi-ts for 1899 were valued at $697,148,489. Although 
much below the average for the last ten years, these figures exhibit a 
marked gain over the 1898 value, which was unusually small, amount- 
ing to only $616,049,654. The annual average for the decade 1890- 
1899 was above |750,000,000». 

A comparison of the imports with the domestic exports shows that 
in 1899 the excess on the side of the latter reached as high as $506,- 
782,733. 

AGRICfULTURAL IMPORTS. 

The products of foreign agriculture purchased by the United States 
during 1899 had a value of $355,514,881, constituting 51 per cent of 
the total imports of merchandise. Notwithstanding an increase of 
$41,223,08,5 over the low figures recorded for 1898, the agricultural 
imports of 1899 were decidedly smaller than the average for the past 
decade, which amounted to about $387,000,000. 

AGBICUIiTURAL EXPORTS. 

Of the domestic merchandise marketed abroad in 1899, 65.85 per 
cent, with a total value of $792,811,733, consisted of the products of 
agriculture. While the value for 1899 was $66,207,213 less than the 
exceptionally high figures of 1898, it exceeded all prior records, except 

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8 FOBEIQN TRADE IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS, 1890-1899. 

that for 1892, a year that was notable because of the remarkably abun- 
dant crops in America accompanying a general deficiency abroad. 
Conditions somewhat similar to those recounted for 1892 prevailed, but 
to a less marked extent, during 1898, resulting in an unusually heavy 
exportation of breadstuffs. Under the more normal conditions of 1899 
our breadstuff exports were considerably smaller. In the latter year 
the value of the breadstuffs shipped to foreign countries amounted 
to only $273,999,699 as against $833,897,119 in 1898, a decline of 
$59,897,420. This falling off in the exportation of breadstuffs, together 
with a loss of $20,863,643 in the value of the cotton shipments, more 
than accounted for the total decrease in agricultural exports. 

Compared with the agricultural imports of the same year, the agri- 
cultural exports for 1899 show an excess of $437,296,852. 



SUMMARY STATEMENT OF IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. 

The extent to which the imports and exports of the United States 
consisted of products of agriculture, and the excess of agricultural 
exports over agricultural imports, during each fiscal year from 1890 to 
1899, inclusive, will be seen from the ofliciaP statistics presented in 
the following summar}'' statement: 

VcdiLe of imports and domestic exports of the United States, total and aaricu^tural, and 
excess of agricaUural exports over agrlcuUural imports, during each fiscal year from 1890 
to 1899, inclusive. 





Imports. 


Domestic exports. 


Excess 
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Years ended 
June 30— 


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Total. 


Agricul- 
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1890 


$789,310,409 
844,916,196 
827,402,462 
866,400,922 
664,994,622 


9384,100,435 
420,211,949 
436,697,057 
426,667,448 
366,160,319 


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872,270,283 

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869,204,937 


$684,856,869 
652,407,981 
803,122,045 
621,201,671 
636,633,747 


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1891 


232,195,982 


1892 


866,424.988 


1893 


195,544,223 


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796,604.922 


406,366,441 


51.01 


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669,644,263 


75.52 


263,278,812 


1895 


731,969,966 
779,?24,674 
7&4,730,412 
616,049,654 
697, 148; 489 


373,116,985 
391,029,407 
400.871,468 
314,291,796 
356,614,881 


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70.88 
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185,269.876 
183,368,857 


1896 


863,200,487 
1,032,007,603 
1,210,291.913 
1,208,931,222 


674,398,264 
689.756,193 
859,018,946 
792,811,788 


1897 


288 883,725 


1898 


544,727,150 


1899 


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366,964,708 


61.11 


1,020,564,765 


694,874,000 


68.09 


327,909,292 



LEADING AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 

The leading agricultural imports of the United States during the 
fiscal year 1899, named in the order of their importance, were sugar, 

* The statistics of importation and exportation given in the present bulletin are 
ba^ed on the official returns of trade published annually by the Bureau of Statistics, 
United States Treasury Department. 



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coffee, hides and skins, silk, vegetable fibers, fruits and nuts, tobacco, 
tea, wool, wines, cocoa, and vegetable oils. Measured in value, these 
twelve items constituted over 85 per cent of the total agricultural 
import trade for the year mentioned. 



Of sugar the United States imported in 1899 3,980,250,569 pounds, 
or 1,290,329,718 pounds more than the unusually small imports of 
the year before, which amounted to only 2,689,920,851 pounds. In 
the value of the imports there was an advance during the two years 
from 160,472,749 to $94,964,120, making a gain of $34,491,371. The 
average import price per pound was 2.2 cents for 1898 and 2.4 cents 
for 1899. 

OOFFBB. 

In the imports of coffee there was a decline of 38,687,392 pounds 
during 1899, the receipts for that year amounting to only 831,827,063 
pounds as against 870,514,455 pounds for 1898.' Meanwhile the value 
fell from $65,067,631 to $55,275,470, showing a loss of $9,792,161. In 
1898 the import price averaged 7.5 cents per pound, but in 1899 it 
dropped to 6.6 cents. 

HIDBB AND SKINS. 

The imports of hides and skins increased from 245,774,616 pounds, 
worth $37,068,932, during 1898 to 267,090,750 pounds, worth $41,988,- 
043, during 1899. There was a gain of 21,316,134 pounds in quantity 
and $4,919,111 in value. The import price per pound averaged 15.1 
cents for 1898 and 15.7 cents for 1899. Goatskins and hides of cattle 
were the chief items under hides and skins. 

OoataJdns, — Our imports of goatskins for 1899 amounted to 69,728,- 
945 pounds, worth $18,488,326, as compared with 64,923,487 pounds, 
worth $15,776,601, for the previous year. The quantity was increased 
by 4,805,458 pounds and the value by $2,711,725. In the average 
import price per pound there was an advance during the two years 
from 24.3 cents to 26.5 cents. 

Hides ofmttle. — The quantity of cattle bides imported during 1899 
was 4,152,425 pounds in excess of the 1898 record, but owing to a 
decline from 10.8 cents to 10.4 cents per pound in the average annual 
import price the total value of the imports showed a falling off of 
$3,043. In 1898 126,243,595 pounds, valued at $13,624,989, were 
imported, and in 1899 130,396,020 pounds, valued at $13,621,946. 



Of silk, 837,568 pounds less were received in 1899 than in 1898, the 
imports falling during the two years from 12,087,951 pounds to 
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prices, showed an increase of $369,661, advancing fi-om $32,110,066 in 
1898 to $32,479,627 in 1899. An average import price of $2.89 per 
pound was reached in the latter year as compared with only $2.66 for 
the former. 

VBOETABLE FIBERS. 

The vegetable fibers imported during 1899 amounted in value to 
$25,313,239, or $6,847,550 in excess of the figures for 1898, which 
were recorded at $18,465,689. Sisal grass, Manila hemp, and cotton 
were the principal items. 

Sisal groM.—Oi sisal grass, 71,898 tons, worth $9,211,377, were 
imported during 1899, an increase of 2,576 tons in quantity and 
$4,041,477 in value over the imports for 1898, which amounted to 
69,322 tons, worth $5,169,900. The import price per ton rose during 
the two years from $74.58 to $128.12. 

Manila hernp. — The imports of Manila hemp for 1899 amounted to 
53,195 tons, having a value of $6,211,475. During 1898 50,270 tons, 
with a value of only $3,239,341, were imported. These figures show 
gains of 2,925 tons in quantity and $2,972,134 in value. In the aver- 
age annual import price there was an advance from $64.44 to $116.77 
per ton. 

Cotton.. — Cotton was imported to the extent of 52,660,363 pounds 
during 1898 and 50,158,158 pounds during 1899, a decrease of 2,502,205 
pounds. In the value of the imports there was a decline from 
$5,019,503 to $5,013,146, making a loss of $6,357. The import price 
per pound averaged 9.5 cents for 1898 and 10 cents for 1899. The 
imports consisted largely of Egyptian cotton. 

FRUITS AND NUTS. 

In the importation of fruits and nuts there was a considerable 
increase during 1899, the value recorded for that year amounting to 
$18,314,206, as compared with $14,566,950 for 1898. This was a gain 
of $3,747,256. Fruits were the chief factor, having an import value 
of $12,329,012 in 1898 and $15,586,664 in 1899. Bananas and lemons 
formed the leading items. ^ 

Bananas. — The imports of bananas for 1899 amounted in value to 
$5,665,588, or $1,429,170 in excess of the 1898 figures, which were 
recorded at $4,236,418. 

Lemons, — In the case of lemons, the value of the imports advanced 
from $2,848,130 during 1898 to $4,398,004 during 1899, showing an 
increase of $1,549,874. 



Our imports of unmanufactured tobacco increased from 10,477,108 
pounds, worth $7,488,608, in 1898 to 14,035,829 pounds, worth 



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$9,900,253, in 1899. The gain in quantity amounted to 3,558,721 
pounds, and that in value to $2,411,645. There was a decline from 
71.5 cents to 70.5 cents per pound in the average annual import price. 



The tea imports for 1899 amounted to 74,089,899 pounds, having a 
value of $9,675,081, while in 1898 71,957,716 pounds, valued at 
$10,054,283, were imported. In quantity there was a gain of 2,132,184 
pounds, and in value a loss of $379,202. The import price per pound 
averaged 14 cents for 1898 and 13.1 cents for 1899. 



In the importation of wool there was a marked falling oflf during 
1899, the receipts for that year amounting to only 76,736,209 pounds, 
valued at $8,322,897, a^ against 132,795,202 pounds, valued at 
$16,783,692, for 1898. These figures represent a decline of 56,058,993 
pounds in quantity and $8,460,795 in value. During 1898 the import 
price per pound averaged 12.6 cents, but in 1899 it fell to 10.8 cents. 

WINKS. 

Wines were imported in 1899 to the value of $6,590,206. This was 
an increase of $621,026 over the 1898 value, which was recorded at 
$5,969,180. 

COCOA, OR CACAO. 

Our imports of cocoa increased from 26,533,228 pounds, worth 
$3,782,877, during 1898 to 36,438,583 pounds, worth $5,360,116, 
during 1899. The gain in quantity amounted to 9,905,355 pounds, 
and that in value to $1,577,239. The average import price per pound 
was 14.3 cents for 1898 and 14.7 cents for 1899. 

VEGETABLE OILS. 

Vegetable oils were imported in 1899 to the value of $5,300,664. 
As compared with the imports for 1898, which were valued at 
$4,869,091, this was an increase of $431,573. 

TABLE OF LEADING AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 

In the subjoined table are enumerated in the order of their impor- 
tance such of the agricultural imports for 1899 as had a valuation 
exceeding $1,000,000, together with statistics exhibiting the quantity 
and value of each and the amount of increase or decrease for that 
year, as compared with 1898. There are 29 articles in the list 
given, and of these 20, measured in value, show an increase for 1899, 
while 9 show a decrease. The table is as follows: 



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12 FOREIGN TRADE IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS, 1890-1899. 

QuantUy and value of live principal agricultural imports of tJie United Stales during the 
fiscal years 1898 and 1899 ^ respectively j with amount of increase or decrease in 1899. 



Articles imported. 



Sugar Ibfl.. 

Coffee do... 

Hides and skins, do. . . 

Silk do... 

Vegetable fibers 

Fruits and nuts 

Tobacco lbs. . 

Tea do... 

Wool.... do... 

Wines 

Cocoa, or cacao. . lbs. . 

Vegetable oils 

Rice and rice meal, 

pounds 

DbUIled spirits, 

proof gallons 

Spices Ibe.. 

Breadstuffs 

Cattle number. . 

Vegetables 

Opmm lbs.. 

Argols, or wine lees, 

pounds 

Hair 

Feathers and downs, 

crude 

Indigo lbs.. 

Cheese do... 

Malt liquors. . .galls. . 

Bristles lbs.. 

Vanilla beans. .do... 

Seeds 

Sheep number. . 

All other articles 



Total agricultur- 
al impoits 



Years ended June 30— 



1898. 



Quantities. Values, 



,689,920,&=>1 

870,614,455 

245,774,616 

12,087,951 



10,477,108 
71,957,715 
132,795,202 



26,533,228 



190,285,315 

1,763,318 
31,737,525 



291,589 
* "224,163' 
19,202,629 



3,097,340 
10,012,188 
2.510,737 
1,535,090 
63,997 



392,314 



«60,4?2,749 

65,067,631 

37,068,932 

32,110,066 

18,465,689 

14,566.950 

7,488,608 

10,a54,283 

16,783,692 

5, 969. 180 

3,782,877 

4,869,091 

8,746,833 

2,134,794 
2,404,629 
8,152,067 
2,913,223 
2,034,600 
917,948 

1,591,027 

1,839,668 

2,238,965 
1,815,411 
1,343,173 
1,201,530 
1,249,119 
279,765 
1,231,766 
1,106,322 
6,391,228 



1899. 



Quantities. Values. 



3,980,250,569 

831,827,063 

267,090,750 

11,250,383 



314,291,796 



14.035,829 
74,089,899 
76,736,209 



36,438,583 



204,177,293 

2,445,975 
31.060,829 



199,752 
"" *637,"7i3' 
23,300,762 



3,127,857 
11,826,175 
2,847,234 
1,856,577 
272, 174 



346,911 



Increase (+-) or decrease 
(-) in 1899. 



Quantities. Valucii. 



t94,9(>4,120 
55,275,470 
41,988,043 
32,479,627 
25,313,239 
18.314,206 
9,900,253 
9,675,081 
8,322,897 
6,590,206 
5,860,116 
6,800,664 

3,980,149 

3,145,079 
2,782.301 
2,644,766 
2,320,362 
2,178,738 
2,052,164 

1,914,450 
1,814,964 

1,768,092 
1,698,683 
1,663,128 
1,487,878 
1,458,252 
1,236,412 
1,221,845 
1,200,081 
7,714,726 



866,614,881 



+1,290,329,718 

- 88,687,392 
+ 21,316,134 

- 837,568 



3,658,721 

2, 132. IM 

56,068,993 



4- 9,905,355 



+ 13,891,978 

+ 682,657 

- 676,696 



91,837 



+ 413,610 
+ 4,096,133 



30,017 

1,813,987 

336,497 

321,487 

208,177 



46,408 



+934,491.371 

- 9,792,161 
+ 4,919.111 
+ 869.561 
+ 6.847,550 
+ 8.747.256 
+ 2,411,645 

- 379.2ftJ 

- 8,460.796 
+ 621,026 
+ 1,577,23» 
+ 431,573 



183,316 

1,010.285 
877,672 
607. 302 
592,861 
144.138 

1,134/206 

323,423 
24,704 

470,863 

116.828 

219,955 

286. .^i48 

209,133 

955, a*)? 

9,921 

93,759 

1,823,498 



+ 41,223,085 



LEADING AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS. 

After breadstuffs, cotton, and meat products, which always form by 
far the most important items in our agricultural export trade, the 
principal exports for the fiscal year 1899, in the order of their value, 
were live animals, tobacco, oil cake and oil-cake meal, vegetable oils, 
fruits and nuts, daily products, and seeds. These ten leading items 
comprised in value over 95 per cent of the total exports of agricultural 
produce during 1899. Breadstuffs, cotton, and meat products consti- 
tuted alone more than 80 per cent. 

Following is a table that shows the value of each of the ten items 
under consideration in 1898 and 1899, with the amount of increase or 
decrease for 1899: 



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AffrictUtural exports (domeHic) of the Inited States for 1S9S and 1899, arranged by hading 
groups, wiih amount of increase or decrease in 1899. 



Agricultural exports. 



Years ended June 30— | 



1898. 



BieadstnflB «333. 

Cotton 230, 



Meat prodnctB . 

Live animals 

Tobacco 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal . 

Vegetable oils 

Fmits and nuts 

Dairy products 

Seeds 

Other 



157, 

46, 

22, 

12, 

12, 

9, 

9, 

2, 

22, 



897,119 
953,219 
126,512 
243,406 
171,680 
601,820 
019,069 
018,310 
095,759 
954,723 
942,399 



Total agricultural exports 859,018,946 






r273, 

210, 

166, 

87, 

25, 

14, 

18, 

7, 

7, 

5, 

29, 



999, 
089, 
679, 
880, 
467, 
548, 
809, 
897, 
6-29, 
079, 
730, 



Increase In 'Decrease In 



99,552,624 , 



3,295,638 I. 
1,W6,946 '. 
1,790,266 I. 



$59,897,420 
20,868,643 

* '8,362,' 490 



2,124,673 . 
6,788,567 ' 



1,115.825 
1,466,548 



792,811,733 66,207,213 



BREADOTUFFS. 



When contrasted with the average of earlier years, the value of the 
breadstuffs exported in 1899, amounting to $273,999,699, appears 
unusually high. The exports for 1898, however, reached the enormous 
value of ^33,897,119, exceeding all previous records, and in compari- 
son with these figures the 1899 returns show a decline of $59,897,420. 

Wheat was the principal factor in this decline, although in the case 
of wheat flour there was a considerable increase. Indian corn, oats, 
rye, and barley exhibited a marked falling off. 

Wke(U.—Oi wheat, 139,432,815 bushels were exported in 1899, the 
value amounting to $104,269,169. Although much larger than the 
average, the 1899 shipments were 8,798,446 bushels short of the excep- 
tionally heavy exports recorded for the preceding year. In 1898 
there was an exportation of 148,231,261 bushels, having a value of 
$145,684,659. The export price per bushel, which averaged as high 
as 98.3 cents for 1898, declined in 1899 to 74.8 cents, and this fact 
accounts in part for the falling off of $41,415,490 in the total value of 
the exports. 

WkeatjUmr, — ^The quantity of wheat flour sent to foreign markets 
during 1899 was 18,485,690 barrels, or 3,135,747 barrels more than 
the exports of 1898, which amounted to 15,349,943 barrels. Notwith- 
standing a decline from $4.51 to $3.-95 per barrel in the average annual 
export price, the total value of the shipments advanced from 
$69,263,718 in 1898 to $73,093,870 in 1899, a gain of $3,830,152. 

Converted into its equivalent in grain, the flour exported in 1898 
was equal to 69,074,744 bushels of wheat, and that in 1899 to 
83,185,605 bushels. The combined shipments of wheat and wheat 
flour, therefore, amounted to 217,306,005 bushels for the former year 
and to 222,618,420 bushels for the latter, showing an increase of 
5,312,415 bushels during 1899. The combined value of the wheat and 
wheat flour exports came to $214,948,377 in 1898 and to $177,363,039 
in 1899. 



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Tndicm com. — ^In the exportation of Indian corn there was a falling 
off during 1899 of 34,655,845 bushels, the shipments for that year 
amounting to only 174,089,094 bushels as compared with 208,744,939 
busheLrfor 1898. The decline in value was less marked, owing to an 
advance from 35.5 cents to 39.6 cents per bushel in the average annual 
export price. At these prices the shipments during 1898 and 1899 
were worth $74,196,850 and 168,977,448, respectively, the decrease in 
the latter year amounting to $5,219,402. 

Oats, — ^The decline that occurred during 1899 in the exportation of 
oats was particularly marked, amounting to more than 50 per cent. 
The shipments for 1899 were recorded at only 30,309,778 bushels, 
worth $9,787,540, a^ against 69,130,288 bushels, worth $20,632,914, 
for 1898. There was a falling off of 38,820,510 bushels in quantity 
and $10,845,374 in value. The average annual export price rose in 
the two years from 29.8 cents to 32.3 cents per bushel. 

Iiy€.—Ot rye 10,140,866 bushels were exported in 1899, or 5,400,709 
bushels less than in the preceding year, when the shipments amounted 
to 15,541,575 bushels. The value for 1899 was $5,936,078 as com- 
pared with $8,825,769 for 1898, a falling off of $2,889,691. In the 
export price per bushel a slight increase occurred, the annual average 
rising from 56.8 cents in 1898 to 58.5 cents in 1899. 

Barley.— The exports of barley for 1899 amounted to only 2,267,403 
bushels, worth $1,375,274, as conti-asted with 11,237,077 bushels, worth 
$5,542,040, for the year before. The decline in quantity was 8,969,674 
bushels, and that in value $4,166,766. The annual export price per 
bushel averaged as high as 60.7 cents for 1899, while in 1898 it was 
only 49.3 cents. 

COTTON. 

The exports of cotton for 1899 were recorded at 3,787,719,122 pounds, 
worth $210,089,576, a^ against 3,862,785,869 pounds, worth $230,953,- 
219, for 1898. The falling off shown by these figures was a decided 
one, amounting to 75,066,747 pounds in quantity and $20,863,643 in 
value. Owing to a decline from 6 cents to 5.5 cents per pound in the 
average annual export price, the decrease in value was more marked 
than that in quantity. 

MEAT PRODUCTS. 

In the exportation of meat products there was a considerable increase 
during 1899, the value of the shipments for that year amounting to 
$166,679,166, or $9,552,624 in excess of the record for 1898, which 
was $157,126,542. The largest gains occurred in the case of hog prod- 
ucts and especially pork and lard. The total value of the hog products 
exported advanced from $110,801,15|t in 1898 to $115,179,343 in 1899, 
an increase of $4,378,192. In beef products there was a gain of 
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134,087,614. Oleo-oil was another meat product that showed a con- 
siderable increase. In the shipments of bacon there was a noticeable 
falling off. 

Bacon. — Our bacon exports, which in 1898 amounted to 660,108,933 
pounds, worth $46,380,918, fell during 1899 to 662,651,480 pounds, 
worth $41,667,067. This was a decline of 87,467,463 pounds in quan- 
tity and $4,823,861 in value. The annual export price per pound 
averaged 7.1 cents for 1898 and 7.4 cents for 1899. 

JSixms. — ^American hams were marketed abroad in 1899 to the extent 
of 225,846,750 pounds, an increase of 26,660,889 pounds over the 1898 
shipments, which were recorded at 200,185,861 pounds. The value 
of the exports rose during the two years from $18,987,625 to $20,774,- 
084, a gain of $1,786,559. In the average annual export price there 
was a decline from 9.5 cents for 1898 to 9.2 cents for 1899. 

Pork, salted or pickled. — ^The exports of salted or pickled pork 
increased from 88,133,078 pounds, worth $4,906,961, during 1898 to 
137,197,200 pounds, worth $7,917,066, during 1899. In quantity there 
was gain of 49,064,122 pounds, and in value one of $3,010,105. The 
annual export price per pound, which averaged 5.6 cents for 1898, rose 
to 5.8 cents in 1899. 

Zard. — Lard was also exported more extensively in 1899 than in 
1898. The 1899 shipments amounted to 711,259,861 pounds, valued 
at $42,208,465, as compared with 709,344,046 pounds, valued at $39,- 
710,672, for the year before. The quantity was increased by 1,915,806 
pounds and the value by $2,497,793. There was an advance in the 
average annual export price from 5.6 cents to 5.9 cents per pound. 

Fresh heef. — In the exportation of fresh beef, which formed the 
principal item among the beef products, there was an increase of 
7,371,900 pounds during 1899, the shipments for that year amounting 
to 282,139,974 pounds as against 274,768,074 pounds for 1898. Mean- 
while the value of the exports advanced from $22,966,566 to $23,646,- 
186, a gain of $578,629. The annual export price per pound averaged 
8.4 cents for 1898 and 8.3 cents for 1899. 

Oleo-oU, — ^During 1899 the exports of oleo-oil reached as high as 
142,390,492 pounds, with a value of $9,183,669. The quantity was 
greater by 9,811,216 pounds and the value higher by $1,279,246 than 
in 1898, when 182,579,277 pounds, worth $7,904,413, were exported. 
In the average annual export price there was an advance in the two 
years from 6 cents to 6.4 cents per pound. 

LIVB ANIHAI8. 

The shipments of live animals in 1899 were considerably smaller 
than in 1898, the total value of the 1899 consignments amounting to 
only $37,880,916 as against $46,243,406 for the year before, a decrease 



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of $8,362,490. Cattle were the leading factor in this decline. There 
was also a noticeable falling off in the exportation of horses. 

CdtUe. — In the number of cattle sent abroad there was a decrease of 
49,765 during 1899, the record for that year being 389,490, as com- 
pared with 439,255 for 1898. The total value of the cattle shipped 
fell from $37,827,500 in the earlier year to $30,516,833 in the later, 
shovnng a loss of $7,310,667. The export price per head averaged 
only $78.35 for 1899, while in 1898 it was $86.12." 

Horses. — The number of horses exported in 1899 was 45,778, or 
5,372 less than in the previous year, which had a record of 51,150. In 
value there was a decline during the two years from $6,176,569 to 
$5,444,342, the difference amounting to $732,227. The average export 
price per head fell from $120.75 in 1898 to $118.93 in 1899. 



Our exports of tobacco in its unmanufactured forms during 1899 were 
valued at $25,467,218, an increase of $3,295,638 over the 1898 value, 
which amounted to $22,171,580. These figures include stems and 
trimmings as well as leaf tobacco, although the latter was the princi- 
pal item. 

Leaf t6b(WGo. — Of leaf tobacco we shipped to foreign countries in 1899 
272,421,295 pounds, or 20,162,393 pounds more than in 1898, when 
there was an export record of 252,258,902 pounds. Meanwhile the 
total value of the shipnients increased from $21,924,337 to.$25,170,771, 
a gain of $3,246,434. In the average yearly export price per pound 
there was an advance from 8.7 cents in 1898 to 9.2 cents in 1899. 

OIL CAKE AND OIL-OAKB MEAL. 

The exports of oil cake and oil-cake meal during 1899 were the lar- 
gest ever recorded, amounting to 1,569,093,133 pounds, or 210,956,431 
pounds in excess of the heavy shipments of the year before, when 
1,358, 136,702 pounds were sent abroad. The value for 1899 reached as 
high as $14,548,765, showing a gain of $1,946,945 over the figures for 
1898, which were returned at $12,601,820. In both years the export 
price averaged 0.9 cent per pound. 

VEGETABLE OILS. 

A now record was also made in the exportation of vegetable oils. 
The shipments for 1899 were valued at $13,809,335, or $1,790,266 
above the 1898 value, which was the highest previously reported, 
amounting to $12,019,069. Cotton-seed oil formed the chief item. 

Cottonseed oil,— Of cotton-seed oil 50,627,219 gallons, worth 
$12,077,519, were sent abroad in 1899, making the largest exports on 
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$1,939,900 in value over the exports of the year preceding, which 
amounted to 40,230,784 gallons, worth $10,137,619. The average 
export price per gallon showed a decline from 25.2 cents in 1898 to 
23.9 cents in 1899. 

FRUITS AND NUTS. 

In the exportation of fruits and nuts there was a decrease during 
1899. The value for that year amounted to only $7,897,485, as against 
$9,013,310 for 1898, a falling off of $1,115,825. Fruits formed the 
principal part of the shipments, having a value of $8,851,878 in 1898 
and $7,757,235 in 1899. 

DAIRY PRODUCTS. 

There was also a noticeable falling off during 1899 in the exporta- 
tion of dairy products. The year before, products of the dairy 
worth $9,095,759 were marketed abroad, but in 1899 the value of the 
shipments fell to $7,629,211, a decline of $1,466,548. Cheese and but- 
ter both contributed to this decline. 

Clieese. — ^The exports of cheese for 1899 amounted to only 38,198,753 
pounds, worth $3,316,049, as compared with 53,167,280 pounds, worth 
$4,559,324, for the previous year. There was a decrease of 14,968,527 
pounds in quantity and $1,243,275 in value. The average export price 
per pound was 8.6 cents for 1898 and 8.7 cents for 1899. 

Butter. — In the shipments of butter there was a falling off from 
25,690,025 pounds, valued at $3,864,765, during 1898 to 20,247,997 
pounds, valued at $3,263,951, during 1899. The decline in quantity 
amounted to 5,442,028 pounds and that in value to $600,814. The 
average export price rose in the two years from 15 cents to 16.1 cents 
per pound. 

SEBDS. 

The value of the seed exports of 1899 amounted to $5,079,396, show- 
ing a gain of $2,124,673 over the figures for 1898, which were recorded 
at $2,954,723. The increase was due chiefly to larger shipments of 
flaxseed. In the exportation of grass seed there was a slight fall- 
ing off. 

TABLE OF LEADING AGBICULTURAL EXPORTS. 

The table printed below enumerates in the order of their importance 
such of the agricultural exports for 1899 as had a valuation exceeding 
$1,000,000, and gives the quantity and value exported in that year 
and the year before, together with the amount of increase or decrease. 
Of the 41 articles covered by the table, 26 show larger exports for 
1899 than for 1898 and 15 show smaller. The table is as follows: 
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Quantity and value of the principal agricultural exj^orls (domesti/;) of the United States 
during the fiscal years 1898 and 1899y respectively, vnih amount of increase or decrease in 
1899. 



Years ended June 80— 



ArUcles exported. 



1898. 



1899. 



QuantitieH. I Values. Quantities. Values. 



Cotton pounds. . 

Wheat bushels. . 

Wheat flour barrels. . 

Com (maize)... bushels.. 

Lard ....pounds.. 

Bacon do — 

Cattle number. . 

Leaf tobacco pounds. . 

Beef, fresh do — 

Hams do 

Oil cake and oil-cake 

meal pounds. . 

Cotton-seed oil . . gallons . . 

Oats bushels. . 

Oleo-oil pounds . . 

Pork, salted or pickled, 

pounds 

Fruits 

Rye bushels.. 

Horses number. . 

Tallow pounds. 

Hops do... 

Glucose, or grape sugar, 

pounds 

Beef, canned.. -pounds.. 

Cheese do 

Butter do 

Flaxseed, or linseed, 

bushels 

Pork, fresh pounds. . 

Grea.se, grease scraps, and 

other soap stock 

Beef, salted or pickled, 

pounds 

Starch pounds. . 

Distilled spirits. pf. galls. 
Bran, middlings, and 

mill feed tons. 

Molasses and sirup .galls . 

Malt liquors 

Corn meal barrels. . 

Sausage casings 

Barley bushels 

Oatmeal pounds 

Beans and peas, oushels 

Clover seed pounds. . 

Lard substitutes, n. e.s., 

pounds 

Milk 

All other articles 



1,368,136,702 

40,230,784 

•69,180,288 

132,579,277 

88,133,078 



Total agricultural 
exports 



,8e2,7&% 
148,231, 
15.349, 
208,744 
709,344, 
650,108, 
439, 
252, 268^ 
274,768, 
200,185, 



869l$230,958, 
2611 145,684, 
943 69,263, 
74,1%, 
39,710, 
46,380, 
37,827, 
21,924, 
22,966, 
18,987, 



15,541,676 

•51,160 

81,744,809 

17,161,669 

196,864,605 
37,109,570 
63,167,280 
25,690,025 

257,228 
12,224,285 



44,314,479 
72,806,313 
2,592,713 

91,189 
11,391,370 



827,651 



11.237,077 

85,500,350 

854,284 

81,155,381 

21,343,028 



219 3, 787, 719, 122 «210, 
659 139,432, " 
18,485, 

174,089, 

711,259, 

562,651 



718 
860 
672 
918 
600 
337 
666 
525 



12,601,820 

10,137,619 

20,632,914 

7,904,413 

4,906,961 
8,861,878 
8,826,769 
6,176,569 
3,141,653 
2,642,779 

2,871,839 
3,279,657 
4,669,324 
3,864,765 

281,287 
816,076 

1,964,566 

2,868,467 
1,371,549 
1,651,123 

1,329,519 
1,061.929 
585,579 
1.766,068 
1.821,519 
5,542,040 
1,767,978 
1,094,094 
1,892,101 

1,118,659 

671,670 

23,681,860 



1,669,093,138 14,548,766^+210, 

60,627,219 12,077,619 
30,809,778 9,787,640 
142,390,492 9,183,669 



859,018,946 



,815 

,690 

,094 

,851 

,480 

889,490 

272,421,295 

282,139,974 

225,846,760 



1,089,676 
104,269,169 
78,098,870 
68,977,448 
42,208,466 
41,657,067 
30,616.838 
25, 170, 771 
28,546,185 + 
20,774,084 



t,466 + 



187,197,200 



10,140,866 

46,778 

107,861,009 

21,146,612 

229,003,571 
38,886,4?2 
88,198,763 
20,247,997 

2,830,i*yl 
41,310,364 



Increase (+) or decrease 
(-)inl899. 



Quantities. 



76,066,747 

- 8,798,446 
8,135,747 

- 84,656,845 
1,916,806 

87,467,453 

49,766 

+ 20,162,393 

7,371,900 

+ 25,660,889 



966,431 + 
+ 10,396,436 + 
- 38,820,610 
+ 9,811,216 



7,917,066+ 49,064,122 

7,767,286 

6,936,078 

6,444,342 

4,367,856 

3,626,144 



6,400,709 
— 6,872 

+ 26,616,200 
+ 3,983,843 



Values. 

C», 863, 643 
41,415,490 
3,830,162 
6,219,402 
2,497,798 
4,823,851 
7,310,667 
3,246,434 
678,629 
1,786, 559 

1,946,»45 

1,989,900 

10,846,374 

+ 1,279,246 

+ 3,010,106 

- 1,094,643 

- 2,889,691 

- 732,227 
+ 1,225,708 



4,890+ 32,188.966 + 
8,608,293+ 1,276,902 + 
8,816,049- 14,968,527- 
3,268,961- 5,442,028j- 



46,56J.K76 

110,19;i.77^ 

2,692.</jy' 



127, 
15,75-, 



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2,26:. 

58,041'. 

883. 

19,98U, 



4SJ 



22,144,717 



2,815,449 
2,722,661 

2,576,507 

2,525.784 
2,292,848 
2,080,787 

2,002,688 
1,910,241 
1,888,124 
1,776,868 
1,671,062 
1,876,274 
1,295,988 
1,269,812 
1,264,922 

1,200,231 

1,049,211 

26,638,086 



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+ 2.573,763 + 
+ 29,086,079 + 



+ 2,250,397; + 
+ 37,387,463,+ 
+ 99,316' + 



36,764 + 
4,361,360 + 

+ 

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- 8.%9,674'- 
27,457.M6- 

+ 28,917 + 

- 11,174,947 - 
I 

801,689,+ 

+ 

+ 



753,061 

223,636 

1,243,275 

600,814 

2,584,212 
1,907, .586 

Cll,»t2 

157.317 
921.294 
429,614 

673.069 
&48,312 

1.302.M5 

9.800 

150.467 

4,166.766 
461.990 
175,718 
627,179 

81,572 

3T7.541 

2,856,226 



66,207,213 



AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS AND EXPORTS CLASSIFIED AS ANIMAL MATTER 
AND VEGETABLE MATTER. 

As a convenient basis of classification the various articles compris- 
ing our agricultural imports and exports may 1)6 grouped under two 
general heads, animal matter and vegetable matter. 

AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS. 

The relative standing of these two categories in our agricultural 
imports during each fiscal year from 1890 to 1899, inclusive, is shown 
by the following statement: 

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FOREIGN TBADE IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS, 1890-1899. 19 

AgricuUurol importu of the Vailed States during the fiscal yean 1890 to 1899, indusivef 
classified as animal maUer and vegetable matter. 







Agricultural imports. 




Yean ended June 30— 


Total. 


Animal matter. 

v«iiiA« J*er cent 
^ **"«*• of total. 


Vegetable matter, 
values. Qj ^^ 


1880 

1891 

1892 

1898 

1894 


$384,100,435 
420,211,949 
4:«,e97,057 
425,&57,448 
865,160,319 


$81,041,275 
82,845,612 
86,193,605 
95,301,166 
48,928,085 


21.10 
19.72 
19.74 
22.39 
13.40 


$303,059,160 
337,366,887 
350,508,452 
330,356,282 
316,282,234 


78.90 
80.28 
80.26 
77.61 
86.60 


Annual Rverage, 1890-1894 


406,365,441 


78,861,948 


19.41 


827,503,498 


80.59 


1896.... 


373,115,985 
891,029,407 
400,871,468 
314,291,796 
355,514,881 


87,054,990 
104,118,490 
114,586,188 
100,638,008 

97,825,988 


23.33 
26.63 
28.58 
32.02 
27.52 


286,060,995 
286,910,917 
286,285,280 
213,658.788 
257,688,943 


76.67 


1896 


73.87 


1897 


71.42 


1898 


67.96 


1899 


72.48 






Annual average, 1895-1899 


866,964,708 


100,848.723 ^ 27.48 


266,120,965 


72.52 



AGRICULTUKAL EXPORTS. 



Under a similar classification our agricultural exports for the same 
years show the following relation: 

Agricultural exports of the United States during the fiscal years 1890 to 1899, indusivey 
classified as animal maUer and vegetable matter. 





! 


Agricultural exports (domestic) . 




Yeant ended June 80— 


1 

Total. 


Animal matter. 


Vegetable matter. 




Values. 

$176,136,315 
178,309,251 
182,026,147 
171.428,673 
189,526,548 


Per cent 
of total. 


Values. 


Percent 
of total. 


1800 

1891 

1892 


1 
...! $684,855,869 
...1 652,407,931 
... 803,122,045 


27.74 
27.33 
22.66 
27.60 
29.77 


$458,719,554 
474,098,680 
621,095,896 
449,772,998 
447,107,199 


T2.2R 
72.67 
77.34 


1893 

1804 


..J 621,201,671 
...' 636,633,747 


72.40 
70.23 








Annual average, 1890-1894 


...' 669,644,253 


179,485,387 


26.80 


490,158,866 


78.20 


1895 

1896 


... 558,385,861 
... 574,398,264 


176,457,219 
183,264,812 
188,322,221 
217,808,053 
218,377,750 


31.60 
31.91 
27.30 
26. 3 J 
27.54 


381,928,642 
:«1, 133.452 
501,432,972 
641,210,898 
574,433,988 


68.40 
68.09 


1897 


.... 689,755,198 


72.70 


1806 


... 859,018,946 


74.64 


1899 


...'l 792,811,733 


72.46 










Annual average, 1896-1899 


...1 694,874,000 

1 


196,846,011 


28.33 


496,027,989 


71.67 



AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS AND EXPORTS FOR 1890-1899, IN DETAIL. 

A detailed statement of the agricultural imports ^ and exports of the 
United States during each fiscal year from 1890 to 1899, inclusive, 
embracing all such commodities as may reasonably be classed in the 
agricultural category, is presented in the following tables: 

^ In comparing the yearly import returns for 1890-1899 tariff changes should be 
taken into account The tariff law of 1883 was in force until October 6, 1890. At 
that date the tariff of 1890 became law, remaining in effect until August 27, 1894, 
when it was supersedeti by the tariff law of 1894. The latter law continued in force 
until July 24, 1897, at which date the present tariff Iwame operative. 



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AVERAGE ANNUAL IMPORTS FOR 1890-1894 AND 1895-1899. 

The average quantity and value of our agricultural imports^ for the 
five-year periods 1890-1894 and 1896-1899 will be seen from the fol- 
lowing statement: 

Average qtiantUy and value per annum of (igricuUural products imported into the United 
Stales during Oie two five-year periods 1890-1894 and 1895-1899, 



Articles imported. 


Annual average for fiscal 
ypAra 18«a-18M. 


Annual ayerare for^scal 
years 189&.1899. 




Quantities. 


Values. 


QuanUtiea. 


Values. . 


ANIMAL MATTER. 

Cattie number.. 

Horses do.... 

Sheep do — 

Other includiiiir fowls 


10,027 

21,469 

364,485 


191.915 
2,853,889 
1,279,821 

375,846 


237,586 

7,248 

361,602 


«2, 019, 830 
629,708 
972,444 
285,160 










Total 




4,601,471 




3,857,132 








Beeswax pounds.. 

Bladders, crude 


268,636 


61,660 
* 11, 620 
«36,923 


291,919 


76,108 


Blood dried 












Bones, hoofs, and horns: 

Bones, crude 




337,714 
482,351 




•229.346 
•829.126 


Hoofs And honis 












Total ^... 




820,065 




574.588 








Bristles: 

Crude pounds. . 

Sorted, bunched, or prepared. . .do 


1 1,830,556 


1,307,341 


/ 6,744 
\ 1,516,974 


8,342 

1,817,468 


Total do.... 


1,330,556 


1,307,341 


1,622,718 


1,820.810 


Dairy products: 

Butter do.... 

Cheese do 

Milk 


157,631 
9,074,255 


25,121 

1,313,110 

108,411 


43,672 
11,032,436 


7,896 

1,603,419 

64,382 








Total 




1,441,642 




1,675.196 










Fein » dozens. . 


6,518,754 


875,061 
l,«i2,714 


924,963 


97,991 
'11,322 


F^g yolt« 


FeatneFB and downs 






2,074,745 








Fibers, animal: 
Silk— 

Cocoons pou nds . . 

Raw, or ajs reeled from the co- 
coon pounds.. 

Waste do.... 


160,912 

6,152,339 
1,088,965 


M,862 

22,066,925 
766,144 


124,743 

8,499,070 
1,378,632 


51,646 

28,009,356 
518.491 


Total silk do.... 


7,402,216 


22,906,421 


10,002,445 


26.679,492 


Wools, hair of the camel, goat, alpaca, 
and other like animals- 
Class 1, clothing— 

In the grease pounds.. 

Scoured do.... 


} 30,628,054 


5,992,696 


/ 177,461,775 
\ 18,931,246 


112,358.683 
R2, 874, 824 


Total class 1 do.... 


30,628,054 


6,992,696 


92,712,805 


15,896.860 


Class 2, combing— 

In tlie grease do 

S(;ourea do — 


} 5,687,422 


1,838,626 


/ 114,696,921 
\ 1113,340 


12.864,148 
■28; 944 


Total class 2 do — 


6,687,422 


1,338,626 


14,732,167 


2,966,819 



•Statistics for 1891 only. 

)> Annual average, 1890-1881. 

•Not stated. 

'Annual average for the two ycam 1890 and 1893. 



•Annual average, 1895-1897. 
'Statistics for 1899 only. 
I Annual average, 1897-1899. 



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those riven in the import tables printed on pages 20-33, and they should be read 
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Article!* {mporled. 



Annual average for flscal 
ycara 1^&-1994. 



Quantities. 



ANIMAL MATTER— <»ontlnued. 

Fi tiers, animal— Continue''. 

Wools, hair of the camel, goat, alpaca, 
and other like animals-Cont'd. 
Glaes 3, carpets 

In the grease pounds. . 1 



Scoured. do. 

Total claw 3 do... 

Total wools do. . . 

Total animal flbers 



85,882,926 



85,882,926 



Gelatin 

Glue pounds. . 

Grease 



122,198,402 



Gut. 

Hair 

Hide cuttings and other glue stock 

Hides and skins, other than furs: 

Goatskins pounds. 

Hides of cattle do. . . 

Other : do... 

Total do. . . 

Honey gallons. 



Meat products: 

Meat and meat extracts . 

Sausage, Bologna 

Sausage casings 

Other 



Total. 



Total animal matter. . 

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Breadstuffs: 

Barley bushels. . 

Com (maize) do 

Oats do.... 

Oatmeal pounds.. 

Rye bushels.. 

Wheat do.... 

Wheat flour barrels. . 

Other, and preparations of, used as 
. looa 



Total. 



Chocolate, other than confectionery and 

sweetened chocolate pounds.. 

Cider gallons.. 

Cocoa, or cacao: 

Crude, and leaves and shells of, 

pounds 

Prepared or manufactured, .pounds. . 



Total do., 



Coffee . 



• Annual average, 1897-1899. 
» Not stated. 

• Annual average, 1896-1899. 
' Annual average, 1898-1899. 

• Statistics for ld92 only. 



.do.. 



Values. 



»i, 739, 814 



Annual average for iiscal 
years 189&-1899. 



Quantities. 



«85,090,548 
•501,648 



8,739,814 



16,071,036 



88,977,457 



5,412,163 



486,537 
6^,590 
225,428 
1,932,655 
330,254 



92,020,791 



199,465,763 



5,063,294 



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10,705,041 57,101,596 

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24,359,882 



231,187,993 



101,960 I 



42,994 I 



87,836 



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465,871 
87,389 

542,552 
61,495 



1,157,307 



Oils, animal, except whale and fish, I 

gallons 29,833 

Quills j 

Rennets 

Silkworm eggs ' 

Stearin pounds..! (•») 



9,339 
•1,568 
93,996 
'6,079 
(5,852 



20,069 



•'1, 194, 669 



24,488,863 



4,468,759 
4,621 
16,196 
875,083 
86,104 
1,061,994 
2,211 



78,861,918 



2,211,739 



2,344,966 
3,217 
7,011 
83,691 
67,697 
796,171 
11,826 

1,187,484 



550,165 
> 13, 138 



4,440,568 



118,544 
13,549 



20,771,899 
1,827,825 



22,098,724 



554,660,849 



2,954,235 
492,481 



8,446,716 



94,646,675 



24,470,751 



892,258 
6,957 
84,574 
570,398 
9,297 
1,798,366 
1,832 



1,125,577 



29,044,005 
1,183,077 



80,227,082 



734,568,816 



Values. 



«t8,446,16S 
»58,930 



8,918,811 



27,271,489 



53,850,961 



•17,251 
470,628 
<644,957 
129,602 
1,479,057 
889,957 



13,870,462 

< 13, 623, 468 

* 8, 772, 557 



32,712,624 



34,192 



436,698 
85,328 

542,328 
57,746 



1,122,100 



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5,206 



75,911 



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k 31, 283 



100,843,723 



2,018,192 



335,452 

2,919 

22,762 

21,572 

4,206 

1,357,475 

8,269 

1,069,787 



2,822,444 



192,869 



3,427,498 
384,529 



3,812,027 



76,562,266 



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B Annual average for the three years 1890, 1891, and 1893. 

>> Annual average for the two years 1896 and 1899. 

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Average quarUiiy and value per annum of agricvJJbivral prodxuAs imported into the United 

StakSj rfr.--Contmuea. 



Articles imported. 


Annual average for fiscal 
years 1890-1894. 


Annual average for fiscal 
years 1895-1899. 




QuanUties. 


Values. 


QnantiUes. 


Values. 


VEGETABLR MATTKR— fJoiltlnUCd. 

Coffee substitutes: 
Chicory root- 
Raw, unground pounds. . 

Roasted, ground, or otherwise 
prepared pounds. . 


•6,711,085 
•1,969,127 


•1182,047 
•70,368 


8,658,256 
fc 413, 937 


$121,663 
013,906 


Total chicory root do 


8,963,430 


231,809 


b 11, 032, 830 


0164,711 


Other do.... 


1,103,417 


48,192 


1,878,306 


70,206 


Total coffee substitutes. . .do 


10,066,847 


275,001 


* 18, 160, 009 


0246.077 


Curry and curry powder 




•5,102 




*7,38S 









Fibers, vegetable: 

Cotton pounds.. 

Flax tons.. 

Hemp do — 

l8tle,orTampicofit)er do 

Jute and Jute butts do 

Manila hemp do 

Sisal grass ..do 

Other do.... 


25,850,507 

6,648 

•3,880 

■4,836 

90,599 

•46,415 

•50,306 

•13,111 


3,026,588 

1,804,992 

•536,737 

•301,502 

2,863,617 

•6,363,968 

•4,978,392 

•1,254,957 


51,879,996 

7,262 

5,696 

7,066 

92,786 

49,449 

60,842 

7,696 


5,441,899 

1,652.862 

725,918 

885,200 

2,246,869 

4.104,848 

4.874,433 

467,410 


Total 




21,923,108 




19.888,9»4 








Flowers, natural, dressed or undressed 




•42,424 




12,408 








Fruit Juices: 

Prune juice or prune wine. . .gallons. . 
Other, including cherry juice 


•27,245 


•25,816 
•30.453 


83,840 


26.420 
86,916 










Total 




•55,321 




62,835 








Fruits and nuts: 
Fruits- 




5,198,571 

•1,056,486 

•477,708 

521,261 

4,810,774 

1,657,890 

1,171,919 

1,360,143 

973,805 

•2,954,063 




4,633,187 


Currants pounds.. 

Dates do.... 

Figs do 

Lemons 


•40,832,406 

•15,234,885 

9,263,042 


26,958,555 
13,443,822 
9,921,969 


606,432 

814,087 

625,615 

4.049,625 

1.800.124 


Oranges 






Plums and prunes pounds. . 

Raisins do.... 

Prepared or preserved fruits 


27,918,353 
27,693,848 


3,290,019 
10,185,001 


'154 606 

468,690 

743,510 

1,707,742 


Other 












Total fruits 




19,403,423 




15,006,367 








Nuts- 
Almonds pounds.. 

Cocoanuts 


6,854.648 


896,092 
859,579 
864,047 


8,208,237 


867,308 
517.569 
865,846 


Other 












Total nuts 




2,619,718 




2,250.723 








Total fruits and nuts 




22,023,141 




17,256,090 








Ginger, preserved or pickled 




9,867 

•16,309 

806,150 

1,060,909 

1,911,432 

51,267 

•41,942 




13,334 

.1,077,668 

614,012 

1,779,966 

6,102 

19,822 


Glucose, or grape sugar pounds. . 

Hay tons.. 

Hops pounds.. 

Indigo do.... 

Malt, barley bushels. . 

Malt extract, fluid or solid 


•562,381 

90,708 

3,316,922 

2,463.896 

70,881 


2,628,754 

3,408,740 

7,4OT 








Malt liquors: 

Bottled gallons. . 

Unbottled do.... 


1,167,619 
1,826,0)^ 


1,079,851 
591,530 


936,734 
1,978,806 


909,067 
576,845 


Total do....| 


2,993.703 


1,670,881 


2,915,689 

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1,485,912 



• Annual average, 1892-1894. 

•» Annual average for the four years 1895, 1896, 1897, and 189<.). 

•Annual average, 1890-1893. 



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'Annual average. 1891-1894. 
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FORjeiGK TBADE IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS, 1890-1899. 49 

Average quantity and value per annum of agricuUuTal prod\id9 imported into the United 

StateSj etc. -Continued. 



Articles imported. 


Annual average for fiscal 
years 1890-1894. 


Annual average for fiwal 
years 1895-1899. 




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Values. 


QuanUtles. 


Values. 


VBQKTABLB MATTRR— Continued. 

Nunery stock (plants, trees, shrubs, vines, 
etc.) 




$192,636 

57, W8 

•17,585 




1816,589 


Oilcake pounds.. 

Oil cake (substitute lor india rubber) 


6,192,610 


4,282,274 


26,433 
^ 1, 149 










Oils^egetable: 

Fixed or expressed— 

Oiive, salad gallons. . 

Other 


730,062 


846,107 
1,906,052 
1,403,466 


862,626 


1,041,517 
2,486,702 


Volatile, or essential pounds. . 


3,182,888 


(•■)* 


1,608,221 


Total 




4,156,625 




5,136,440 




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Opium: 

Crude or unmanufactured.. pounds.. 
Prepared do — 


571,921 
60,343 


1,258,806 
428,268 


486,846 
124,009 


1,017,660 
853,709 


Total do.... 


632, 2&1 


1,687,074 


610, 8&1 


1.871.369 


Rice and rice meal: 

Rice do.... 

Rice flour, rice meal, and broken 
rice pounds.. 


90,884,141 
64,344,276 


1,971,361 
1,087,856 


127,415,866 
64,297,668 


2,426,078 
938,969 


Total do.... 


156,228,417 


3,069,217 


191,713,684 


8,366,047 


Sauerkraut 




22.523 




* 11, 876 










Seeds: 

Unseed, or flaxseed bushels. . 

Other 


979,339 


1,134,942 
1,819,767 


1,048,800 


1,142,882 
1,476,372 








Total 




2,954,699 




2,619,254 








Spices: 

UngTound— 

Nutmegs pounds.. 

Pepper, black or white do — 

Other (free of duty) do. . . . 

Qroimd (and other dutiable) . . .do. . . . 


1,301,841 
15,270,923 
14,202,482 

1,859,659 


596,178 

1,194,152 

931.658 

275, 070 


1,484,374 
15,718,587 
17,024,077 

2,742.532 


419,770 

829,294 

1,007,166 

800,250 


Total do.... 


32,634,905 


2,997,058 


36,969,670 


2,556,480 


Spirits, distilled: 

Of domestic manufacture, returned, 
proof gallons. 


1,141,281 

353,101 

1,052,861 


1,227,035 

946,747 

1,012,247 


921.859 

253,699 

1,223,076 


808,752 


Brandy proof gallons. . 

Other do.... 


687,799 
1,491,138 


ToUl do.... 


2,547,246 


8,186,029 


2,398,634 


2,987,684 


Starch pounds.. 

Straw tons.. 


2,401,609 
7,437 


55,424 
27,104 


5,067,626 
5,707 


88,205 
19,296 


Sugar and molasses: 

Molasses gallons.. 

Sugar- 
Not above No. 16 Dutch standard- 
Beet pounds.. 

Gane and other do 

Above No. 16 Dutch standard, 
Dounds 


21,942,251 


2,936,564 


6,578,223 


790,508 


499,986,447 
3,094,804,105 

22,336,883 


14,660,283 
94.356,709 

854,855 


786.323.810 
2,953,904.089 

121,767,334 


14,543,741 
66,284,868 

3,206,528 








8,617,127,435 


109,871,847 


( 3,811,985,233 


8-1,037,132 


Total sugar and molasses 




112,808,411 




84,827,635 








Sugar cane 




•2,574 

13,704,287 

'8,773 




12,S8,209 
(«) 


Tea pounds.. 

Teasels 


87,999,842 


90,129,324 











• Annual average, 1890-1898. 
k Statistics for 1899 only. 
•Not stated. 

28052— No. 19- 



* Annual average, 1896-1897. 

• Annual average for the two years 1890 and 1893. 
'Annual average for the three years 1890, 1892, and 1893. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



50 FOREIGN TBADE IN AGRIOULTUBAL PRODUCTS, 1890-1899. 

Average quantUy a7id value per cmmtm of agricuUural produds imporied into the Vnited 

States, €tc.— Continued. 



Artlcleii Imported. 


Annual ayerage for fiscal 
years lCm-1894. 


Annual average for fiscal 
years 1896-1899. 




Quantities. 


Values. 


QuantlUes. 


Values. 


VBGKTABLE MATTER— Continued. 

Tobacco: 

Sul table for cigar wrappers, .pounds. . 

Other leaf, etc. (Including stems), 

pounds 


•4,479,896 
•18,774,162 


•84,306.071 
•7,701,679 


6,016,796 
14,666^482 


86.848.439 
6^296,984 






Total pounds.. 


24,347,668 


13,882,607 


19,682,278 


11,644,378 


Vanilla beans do.... 


198,744 


690,019 


174,846 


781,788 


Vegetables: 

Beans and peas bushels.. 

Cabbages number.. 

Onions bushels.. 

Potatoes do.... 

Pickles and sauces ...«....r 


1,344,026 
3,264,792 


1,489,268 

1,688,723 
422,799 

762,821 
616,744 


696,161 
•986,866 
<606,964 

692,960 


602.284 
•47,276 
'618,666 
828,856 
814,726 

•276,208 
664,114 


Other- 

In their natural state 






Prepared or preserved 












Total 




4,779,346 




2.674,616 








Vinegar gallons.. 

Wafers, unmedlcated ..................... 


70,980 


18,197 
12,446 


82,261 


22,148 
16,888 






" 


Wines: 

Champagne and other sparkling, 
dozen bottles 


837,102 

360,673 
3,889,920 


4,808,667 

1,771,841 
2,376,862 


248.796 

292,809 
2,661,220 


3,643,480 

1,418,689 
1,780,380 


StUl wines- 
Bottled dosen botUcs.. 

UnbotUed gallons.. 


Total 




8,961,270 




6,742,479 






. ... 


Sundries 




26,982 


j 






1 


Total vegetable matter 




327,608,493 




266,120.985 








Total agricultiiral imports 




406,866,441 




886,964,708 









• Annual average, 1892-1894. 

)> Not stated. 

Annual average, 1896-1897. 



'Annual average, 1897-1899. 
•Annual average, 1898-1899. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



FOREIGN TRADE IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS, 1890-18»9. 51 

AVERAGE ANNUAL EXPORTS FOR 1800-1894 AND 1895-1899. 

Following is a statement showing the aveitige quantity and value 
per annum of our agricultural exports^ for the five-year periods 
1890-1894: and 1895-1899: 



Avenige tjuaniUy and value per annum of domestic a^fricuUural produdM exported fi 
United StiUes during the ttro fiw-year j}erio<l8 1890-1894 and 1895-1899. 



'rom the 



Articles exported. 



Annual average for flncal 
years 1891>-18»t. 



Quantities. 



Values. 



years 



?rage 
1*16-: 



1899. 



Quantities. 



Values. 



ANIMAL MATTKR. 

Animals, live: 

Cattle number. . 

Hogs do — 

Homes do — 

Mules do — 

Sheep do — 

Other, including fowls 



Total. 



Beeswax pounds.. 

Bones, hoofs, horns and horn tips, strips, 

and waste 

BrisUes 



Dairy products: 

Butter pounds.. 

Cheese do 

Milk 



Total. 



Eggs dozens. . 

Egg yolks 



Feathera: 

Ostrich 

Other pounds.. 



Total. 



Fertiliser (refuse skins) 

Gloe pounds., 

Greajse, grease scraps, and other soap 

stock 

Hair (including manufactures of) 

Hides and skins,other than furs, .pounds. . 
Honey 



Meat products: 
B€?ef products- 
Beef, canned pounds. 

Beef, fresh do... 

Beef, salted or pickled do. . . 

Beef, other cured do... 

Tallow do 



.do... 



Total beef products 

Hogproducts— 

Bacon do. . . 

Hams do... 

Pork, fresh do... 

Pork, salted or pickled do. . . 

Lard do... 

Total bog products do... 



49,589 
3,610 
2,278 

69,012 



«81, 289,965 
566,334 
780,821 
288,119 
324,890 
47,283 



385,024 

20,874 

35,114 

6,152 

296,882 



38,262,412 



198,821 



44,859 

281,281 
« 1,844 



206,092 



16,142,920 
82,962,641 



2,516,154 

7,095,611 

279,485 



20,451,194 
47,907,272 



10,491,250 



246,723 



43,202 
•8,876 



1,015,619 



w 



806,812 



(«) 



82,863,844 
197,604,880 
75,821,368 
968,982 
86 139,061 



443,387,620 



472,582,163 

81,401,834 

711,475 

71,495,663 

448,546,734 



1,074,737,869 



•4,000 
•155,795 



n, 197, 728 



87,031 



(«) 
88,256 

1,458,465 

884,580 

1,971,136 

83,374 



1,806,292 



25,668,852 



7,215,246 
16,138,475 
4,208,812 
87,534 
4,212,812 



51,463,051 

252,685,188 

58,351,966 

1,088,758 

68,567,633 



31,862,879 



432,159,546 



38,001,974 

8,737,737 

54,684 

4,708,620 

35,161,063 



518,212,405 
165.162,077 
11,280,862 
83,972,893 
594,669,813 



86,668,968 



1.373,298,050 



t33,978,261 
186,680 

4,426,036 
468,928 

1,861,281 
146,426 



41,067,550 



59,886 

252,106 
^2,158 



8,094.963 

4,220,178 

547,217 



7,862,3o8 



268,878 
*4,S97 



'1,979 
'178,814 



179,461 



k 1,062 
169,103 

1,806,403 

523,561 

2,100,390 

77,823 



4,659,429 

20,994,490 

8,188,344 

102,538 

2,781,685 



31,626,486 



38,668,855 
15,872,392 
747,890 
4,846,620 
86,291,896 



96,426,653 



• Statistics for 1894 onlv. 

h Annual avenge for the two years 1896 and 1897. 

« Annual average, 1892-1894. 

< Annual average for the three years 1895, 1896, and 1899. 



• Annual average, 1893-1894. 
'Annual average, 1895-1897. 
(Not stated. 
ostaUstics for 1899 only. 



* The articles enumeratetl in the following statement of averages are the same aa 
those given in the export tables printed on pages 34-45, and they should be read in 
the light of the footnotes with wiiieh they are there accompanied. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



52 FOREIGN TRADE IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS, 1890-1899, 



Average quarUity and value per annum of domestic ajgricuUural products exported frcrni the 
United States, etc, — Continued. 



Articles exported. 


Annual average for fiscal 
years 1890-1894. 


Annual average for fiscal 
years 1^5-1899. 




QuanUUes. 


Values, 


Quantities. 


Values. 


ANIMAL MATTER— continued. 

Meat products— Continued. 

Mutton pounds.. 


572,737 


•46,671 


416,927 


133,071 


Oleo and oleomargarin— 

Oleo-oil do.... 

Oleomargarin (imitation butter), 
pounds 


95,453,219 
2,702,355 


9,299,474 
327,853 


113,970,311 
6,181.361 


7,806,011 
589,718 






Total oleo and oleomargarin, 
pounds 


98,155,574 


9,627,327 


120,151,672 


8,394,729 




Poultry and game 




17,922 
1,021,463 
1,158,257 




79,974 
1,672,159 
3,268,019 


Sausage casings 






Other^meat products 












Total meat products 




130,393,487 




141,601,091 










Oils, animal, not elsewhere specified: 

Lard oil gallons.. 

Other, except whale and fish . .do. . . . 


876,505 
400,408 


501,823 
235,143 


806,174 
129,626 


373,714 
57,843 


Total 


1,276,913 


736,966 


937,800 


431,557 




Quills 




9,348 
420 
>»3,140 
48,904 
*4,073 
62,863 
41,823 




17,495 
•1,117 








Silk noils. 






•1968 


Silk waste pounds.. 

Silkworm eggs 


135,130 


100,968 


20,562 
•967 


Stearin pounds.. 

Wool do.... 


1,166,672 
267,505 


1,450,999 
3,660,237 


70,276 
443,163 


Total ftPiniAl mattpr . , . r , . , , , . , 




179,485,387 




196,846,011 








VBOKTABLK MATTEB. 

Breadstuffs: 

Barley bushels.. 

Bran, middlings, and mill feed. .tons. . 
Bread and biscuit pounds. . 


2,687,224 

14,959,192 

63,911,179 
305,903 
6,440,355 
13,917,485 
3,267,862 
8,721 
94,467,281 
14,460,531 


1,404,762 

(•) 
771,429 

81,S»9,966 

865,485 

2,347,635 

892,268 

2,810,693 

14,798 

82,207,464 

66,374,087 

1,371,580 


8,655.773 

f 109, 571 

16,467,104 

(1,627,162 

137,486,874 

618,971 

29,6^,874 

49,988,973 

7,048,123 

8,669 

100,795,776 

15,658,987 


3,686.247 

'1,666,064 

724,976 


Buckwheat bushels.. 

Com (maize) do 

Com meal barrels.. 

Oats bushels.. 

Oatmeal .pounds.. 

Rye bushels.. 

Rye flour barrels.. 

Wheat bushels.. 

Wheat flour barrels.. 

Preparations of, for table food 


1704,787 

49,949,816 

1,149,392 

8,575»013 

1.126.226 

8,776,963 

li;484 

78,677,907 

60,389,816 

'1,949,159 

'1,712,879 




i 


I 


Total 




189,900,117 




212,343.162 










Broom com 




175,064 
96,478 




167,266 

klO,W6 

67,121 

134,073 


Broom-root (rice root) 






Cider gallons.. 

Coffee and cocoa, ground or prepared, 
and chocolate 


594,309 


627,416 










Cotton: 

Inbales- 

Sea-island {Sounds"* 

Upland and other Wirnds ' 


28,660 

11,024,490 

5,283,806 

2,630,930,692 


2,319,762 
237,636,971 


/ 44,116 
1 17,151,701 
/ 6,607,069 
\ 3,298,866,106 


\ 3,161,177 
1 210,009,905 


Totalcottoninbales..^j2^-;; 


5,312,866 
2,641,965,182 


1 239,956,733 


/ 6,661,175 
\ 8,816,017,806 


1 213,171,082 


Waste cotton pounds.. 


(•) 


(•) 


'13,416,202 


'617,908 


Total cotton do 


2,641,966,182 


239,956,733 


8,821,883,887 


213,378,243 



■Annual average, 1895-1897. 
b Statistics for 189S only. 
•Statistics for 1896 only. 



A Annual average for the four years 

1890, 1892, 1893, and 1894. 
•Not stated. 



'Annual average, 1898-1899. 
(Annual average, 1897-1899. 
>> StatisUcB lofSm only. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



FOREIGN TRADE IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS, 1890-1809. 53 

Average quarUiiy and value per annum of domestic <igricuUural products exported from the 
United States f etc. — Continued. 



Articles exported. 



YEGBTABLB MATTKB— continued. 



Ck>tU>n-fleed hulls . . 
Cotton-seed meats . 
Flax. 



Flowers, cut.... 

Fruits and nuts: 
Fruitfr- 



Apples, dried pounds.. 

Apples, green or ripe . . . . oarrels. . 

Oranges 

Prunes pounds.. 

Baisins do 

Other green, ripe, or dried 

Preserved— 

Canned 

Other 



Total frulU.. 



Annual average for fiscal 
years 1890-1894. 



Quantities. 



Nuts. 



Total fruits and nuts . 



Ginseng pounds.. 

Glucose, or grape sugar do 

Grasses, dried 

Hay tons.. 

Hope pounds.. 

Lara substitutes, not elsewhere specified 

( cottolene, lardine, etc. ) pounds. . 

Malt bushels.. 

Malt sprouts 



Malt liquors: 

Bottled dozen bottles. 

Unbottled gallons. 

Total 



Must 

Nursery stock. 



Oil cake and oil-cake meal: 

Com pounds. 

Cotton-seed do.. 

Flaxseed, or linseed do.. 



Total. 



.do. 



Oils, vegetable: 

Com gallons. 

Cotton-seed do. 

Linseed do. 

Volatile, or essential- 
Peppermint pounds. 

ner 



Otl 
All other. 



Total. 



Rice and rice meal: 

Rice pounds. 

Rice bran, meal, and polish do. . . 



Total. 



.do... 



Rice root {See Broom-root) 
Roots, herbs, and barks, n. e. s. . 



12,938,081 
402,810 



{?) 



286,160 
83,847,129 



87,414 
11,544,825 

•966,907 
96,697 



262,940 



743,698,448 



748,608,448 



12,l»3,441 
95,062 

» 70, 041 



1612,488 
J 7, 800, 243 



8,881,648 



Values. 



•$1,747 

C) 

»900 
•1,106 



Annual average for fiscal 
years 1896-1899. 



Quantities. 



677,306 
1,091,374 



951,881 
160,746 



8,820,845 



71,860 



8,892,705 



756,159 

1,811,002 

i 31, 880 

606,184 

2,479,729 

•75,428 
78,585 
(•) 



569,652 
70,168 



639,820 



22,978,061 
733,661 



aO, 778, 178 
'3,884,723 



Values. 



196,501 
185,065,481 



62,914 
16,804,413 

12,392,704 
802,266 



661,754 
386,582 



•42,089 I 



8,732,261 



If '2, 
I 898, 



062,472 

562,232 

898,771,207 



8,732,251 



4,836,946 
52,046 

1188,596 
169,606 
127,019 



5,267,262 



J 24, 688 
167,946 



91,975 



202,294 



1,103,148,428 



'2, 603, 592 

81,738,092 

87,643 

119,650 



7,749,602 



8,419,264 



^1285 

*87,970 

^906 

2,014 



1,257,068 

1,680,185 

f 310, 855 

'701,868 

'204,841 

'2,016,747 

1,577,985 
62,090 



6,932,962 



127,209 



7,060,191 



771,813 

2,914,704 

26,968 

885,786 
2,184,924 

663,400 
205,235 
'35,151 



789,961 
93,296 



883,259 



»>17,280 
125,918 



'18,956 
6,172,054 
4,195,737 



10,375,878 



'570,470 

8,280,464 

39,889 

185,190 
160,742 
'861,657 



9,565,831 



19,887 
45,462 



65,349 



171,601 



•Statisdcfl for 1894 only. 
^ StoUsUcs for 1895 only. 
•Not stated. 
< Statistics for 1897 only. 
•Annual average, 1893-1894. 



'Annual average, 1896-1899. 
I Annual average, 1892-1894. 
^ Annual average, 1895-1896. 
1 Annual average, 1891-1894. 
J Annual average for the four yvan 1890, 1891, 1898, and 1894. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



54 FOEEIGN TRADE IN AGBIOULTURAL PRODUCTS, 1890-1899. 



Average qvuiiU'dy and value per annum of domestic a^ajUlural prodv/cU exported from the 
United StateSj etc. — Continued. 



Articles exported. 


Annual average for fiscal 
years 1890-1894. 


Annual average for fiscal 
years 1895-1899. 




Quantities. 


Values. 


QuantiUes. 


Values. 


VKOETABLB MATTER— Continued. 

Seeds: 

Cotton pounds.. 

Flaxseed, or linseed oushels. . 

Grass seed- 
Clover pounds.. 

Timothy do.... 

Other 


7,971,252 
1,631,684 

24,063,018 
9, 471, 983 


964,828 
1,748,312 

2,100,525 
435,943 


26,861,307 
1,676,729 

18,528,864 
11,991,231 


$166,240 
1,394,432 

1,344,684 

436,051 

b 161, 655 








Total grass seed 




(') 




» 2, 145, 108 









All other seeds 




815,801 




b 151, 469 









Tf»U»-l we«is 




4,665,404 




3,700,743 









Spices 




10,638 




1,822 










Spirits, distUled: 

Alcohol, including cologne spirits, 
proof gallons 


504,640 

C209.599 

796,019 

1,429,639 

140, 779 

« 241, 613 


189,797 

•167,926 

935,134 

1.319,205 

160,114 

116,040 


904,044 
49,525 
802,308 

532,696 
36,593 
209,574 


259,527 


Brandy proof gallons. . 

Rum do.... 

Whisky- 
Bourbon do.... 

Rye do 

Other do.... 


52.720 
1,066,461 

520,849 
61,241 
98,413 


Total ^do.... 


3,270,846 


2,864,530 1 2,534,740 


2,079,211 


Starch pounds.. 

Straw 


17,391,883 


580,113 
*706 


61,141,478 


1,816,463 
6,047 










Sugar, molasses, and sirup: 
Molasses and sirup- 
Molasses gallons.. 

Sirup do.... 


} 7,526,440 


958,581 


/ M, 749, 955 
t «'8,822,096 


»• 365, 797 
^1,130,288 


Total molasses and sirup . . do 


7,526,440 


958,581 


10,431,990 


1,069,758 


Sugar- 
Brown pounds.. 

Refined do.... 


841,528 
37,008,808 


14,306 
2,064,367 


592,683 
8,129,895 


19,887 
385,406 


Total sugar do.... 


87,844,881 


2,078,665 


8,722,078 


405,298 


Total sugar, molasses, and sirup. 




3,037,246 




1,475,M6 






Sugar meal pounds.. 

Teazels 


(•) 


'\m 


•3,930,412 


•66,985 
8,732 








Tdbacco: 

Leaf pounds.. 

Stemsand trimmings do 


247,837,610 
15,578,347 


21,479,217 
562,882 


282,432,929 . 24,327,339 
9,186,325 1 216,776 


Total do.... 


263,415,957 | 22,082,099 


291,619,254 | 24,544,115 


Vegetables: 

Beansand peas bushels.. 


378,882 
64,755 
590,732 


659,877 
68,315 
459,892 
277,759 
180,892 


670,872 
94,962 
672,934 


907,973 


Onions do 

Potatoes do — 

Vearetables. canned . . . . .... 


78,611 
448,238 
439,898 


Other, including i>ickleB and sauces. . 






274,711 










Total 




1,646,735 




2,143,524 










Vinegar w^. .gallons. . 


73,887 1 10,888 


102,668 1 13,249 



•Not stated. 

^Annual average, 1898-1899. 

•Annual average, 1891-1894. 



A Annual average for the three years 1890, 1891, and 1894. 
•Stotistics for 1896 only. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



FOREIGN TBADE IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS, 1890-1809. 55 

Average quanlUy and wdue per annum of domestic agricultural products exported from the 
United Slates, etc. — Continued. 



Articles exported. 


Annual average for fiscal 
years 1800-1894. 


Annual average for fiscal 
years 189&-1899. 




QoanUties. 


Values. 


QuantiUes. 


Values. 


Wines: 

Bottled doeen bottles.. 

Unbottied gallons.. 


11,6S6 
620,632 


•58,588 
835,898 


18,701 
1,894,980 


866,768 
612,680 


Total 




889,486 




671,886 










Yeast 




■20,197 
1.328 




42,071 


Sundries 
















Total vegpetable matter 




490.158.866 




498,027.960 










Total agricultural exports 




669,644,253 




694,874,000 









■Annual avenge for the three years 1890, 1896, and 1894. 
IMPORT AND EXPORT PRICES, 1890-1899. 

To supplement the statistics of importation and exportation already 
presented the following tables are appended, showing for each of the 
ten fiscal years under consideration the average import and export 
prices* of the various agricultural products enumerated: 

^The articlee enumerated in the following tables of prices are the same as those 
given in the import and export tables printed on pages 20-45, and they should be 
read in the light of the footnotes with which they are there accompanied. 



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Bulletin No. 20. 



U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE! 

SECTION OF FOREIGN MARKETS. 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS 



OP THE 



UNITED STATES, 

BY COUNTRIES, 

1895-1899. 



BY 



FRANK H. HITCHCOCK, 

CHIEF, SECTION OF FOREIGN MARKBTO. 




WASHINGTON: 

OOVERNMBNT PRINTING OFPIOR. 
1900. 

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PUBLICATIONS OF THE SECTION OF FOREIGN MABKETS. 

Bulletins (to be procured at the prices indicated from the Superintendent of Docu- 
ments, Union Building, Washington, D. C): 

No. 1. —Great Britain and Ireland. Price (incUiding fiupplement), 10 cents. 

No. 2.— The German Em]iire/ Price, 5 cents. 

No. 3.— France. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 4. — Canada. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 5. —Netherlands. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 6.— Belgium. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 7. — Norway. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 8.— Sweden. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 9.— Denmark. (In course of pre i>aration.) 

No. 10.— Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products during tlie Five Fiscal Years 
1893-1897. Price, 5 cents. 

No. H. — Spain's Foreign Trade. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 12.— Our Trade with Spain, 1888-1897. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 13. — Trade of Puerto Bico. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 14. — Trade of the Philippine Islands. Price, 10 cents. 

No. 15.— Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products, 1894-1898. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 16.— Distribution of the Agricultural Exports of the United States, 1894-1898. 
Price, 10 cents. - 

No. 17.— Sources of the Agricultural Imports of the United States^ 1894-1898. 
Price, 10 cents. 

No. 18.— Our Trade with Japan^ China, and Hongkong, 1889-1899. Price, 10 cents. 

No. 19.— Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products, 1890-1899. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 20.— Agricultural Exports of the United States, by Countries, 1895-1899. 

Circulars (for free distribution. Apply to the Secretary of Agriculture, Washing- 
ton, D! C): ' 

No. 1.— Peaches and Other Fruits in England. (Exhausted.) 

No. 2.— American Dried Apples in the German Empire. 

No. 3.— Imports and Exports for 1893 and 1894. (Exhausted.) 

No. 4.— An Example for American Farmers and Dairymen. (Exhausted.) 

No. 5.— The Treaty of Shimonoseki between China and Japan of April 17^ 1895, 
and Our Possibilities of Trade with those Countries. (Exhausted.) 
.No. 6.— Imports and Exports for 1893, 1894, and 1895. (Exhausted.) 

No. 7.— Extension of Markets for American Feed Stuffs. 

No. 8.— The Manchester District of England as a Market for American Products. 

No. 9.— Imports and Exports for 1893, 1894, 1895, and 1896. 

No. 10. — Course of Wheat Production and Exportation in the United States, Can- 
ada, Argentina, Uruguay, Russia, and British India from 1880 to 1896. 

No. 11.— Agricultural Products Imported and Exported by the United States in 
the Years Ended June 30, 1892 to 1890, Inclusive. (Exhausted.) 

No. 12.— Sources of tlie Principal Agricultural Imports of the United States during 
the Five Years Ended June 30, 1896. (Exhausted. ) 

No. 13. — Di.stribution of the Principal Agricultural Exports of the United States 
during the Five Years Ended June 30,' 1896. 

No. 14, — Hamburg as a ^Market for American Products. 

No. 15.— Exports of Cotton from Egypt. 

No. 16.— Our Trade with Cuba from 1887 to 1897. 

No. 17. — United States Wheat for Ea^tem Asia. 

No. 18. — Haw-aiian Conmierce from 1887 to 1897. 

No. 19.— Austria-Hungary as a Factor in the World's Grain Trade; Recent Use of 
American Wheat in that Country. 

No. 20.— Agricultural Imports and Exports, 1893-1897. 

No. 21.— Agricultural Imports and Exports, 1894-1898. 

No. 22.— Agricultural Imports and Exports, 1895-1899. . GoOqIc 



Bulletin No. 20. 

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
SEcrriON OF foreign markets. 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS 



OF THB 



UNITED STATES, 

BY COUNTRIES, 

1895-1899. 



BY 



FRANK H. HITCHCOCK, 

CHIEF, SECTION OF FOREIGN MARKETS. 




WASHINQTOIT: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1900. 

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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. 



U. S. Department op Agriculture, 

Section of Foreign Markets, 
Washington, D. CI, June £6, 1900. 
Sib: I have the honor to transmit herewith a statistical report 
showing the value of the various agricultural products exported from 
the United States to each country of destination during the five fiscal 
years 1895-1899, and to recommend its publication as Bulletin No. 20 
of this Office. 

Very respectfully, 

Frank H. Hitchcock, 

Chief. 
Hon. James Wiuson, 

Secretary of Agricult/wre. 

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CONTENTS. 



Page 

Introduction 9 

Principal foreign markets for American farm products 9 

Summary statement, by countries, of total agricultural exports 10 

Character of agricultural exports to leading markets: 

United Kingdom 11 

Germany 12 

France 12 

Netherlands 13 

Belgium 13 

Canada 14 

Italy 14 

Spain 15 

Denmark 15 

Cuba 15 

Brazil 15 

Japan 15 

British Africa 16 

British West Indies 16 

Mexico 16 

Hongkong 16 

Sweden and Norway 17 

European Russia 17 

AustriarHungary 17 

Portugal 17 

British Australasia 17 

Haiti 18 

Venezuela : 18 

Hawaiian Islands .• 18 

British Guiana 18 

Porto Rico 19 

French West Indies 19 

Affiicultural exports, by continents: 

Europe 19 

North America 20 

South America 21 

Asia 21 

Oceania - 22 

Africa 22 

Agricultural exports, by principal groups: 

Cotton 23 

Breadstufts 24 

Meat products --^- - - 26 

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Agricultural exports, by principal groups — Continued. Page, 

Live animals 27 

Tobacco 29 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal 30 

V^etable oils 31 

Dai ry products 32 

Fruits and nuts 34 

Beeds 35 

Agricultural exports, by countries: 

Austria-Hungary 37 

Azores, and Madeira Islands 38 

Belgium 38 

Denmark 39 

Prance 40 

Germany 41 

Gibraltar 42 

Greece 43 

Greenland, Iceland, and Faroe Islands 43 

Italy 43 

Malta, Gozo, and Cyprus Islands 44 

Netherlands 44 

Portugal 45 

Roumania 46 

Russia, European 46 

Spain 46 

Sweden and Norway 47 

Switzerland 47 

Turkey, European 48 

United Kingdom 48 

Bermuda 50 

British Honduras 50 

Canada 51 

Costa Rica 53 

Guatemala 53 

Honduras 54 

Nicaragua 55 

Salvador 56 

Mexico 56 

Miquelon, Langley, and St. Pierre Islands 57 

Newfoundland and Labrador 58 

British West Indies 59 

Cuba 59 

Danish West Indies .'. 60 

Dutch West Indies 61 

French West Indies 62 

Haiti 7. 62 

Porto Rico 63 

Santo Domingo 63 

Argentina W 

Bolivia , 65 

Brazil : 65 

Chile 66 

Colombia 66 

Ecuador .^ ,. . . 67 

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Agricaltural exports, by countries — Continued. Pa^e. 

British Guiana 67 

Dutch Guiana 68 

French Guiana 69 

Ftoiguay 69 

Peru 69 

Uruguay 70 

Venezuela 71 

Aden 71 

China 72 

British East Indies 72 

Dutch East Indies 73 

French East Indies 73 

Hongkong 73 

Japan 74 

Korea 75 

Russia, Asiatic 75 

Turkey, Asiatic 75 

Asia, not elsewhere specified 76 

Auckland, Fiji, and Norfolk Islands 76 

British Australasia .*. 76 

French Oceania 77 

German Oceania 78 

Hawaiian Islands 78 

Philippine Islands 79 

Spanish Oceania 80 

Tonga, Samoa, and Oceanla,not elsewhere specified 80 

British Africa 81 

Canary Islands 81 

Egypt 82 

French Africa 82 

German Africa 83 

Liberia , 83 

Madagascar 84 

Portuguese Africa • 84 

Spanish Africa 85 

Africa, not elsewhere specified .' 85 

Index to countries 87 



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AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS OF THE UNITED STATES, BY 
COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 

INTRODUCTION. 

The present bulletin comprises a series of statistical tables designed 
to show at a glance the extent and character of the agricultural export 
trade carried on by the United States with the several foreign coun- 
tries. Following the general summaries that appear on the first few 
pages of the report will be found a separate table for every country 
of destination, the principal agricultural exports to each destination 
being arranged in the order of their average annual value for the five 
fisc;al years 1895-1899. The statistical statements presented are in 
every instance based on the official returns^ of exportation. 

PRINCIPAL FOREIGN MARKETS FOR AMERICAN FARM PRODUCTS. 

During the. period covered by the five fiscal years 1895-1899 the 
United States exported nearly three and a half billion dollars' worth 
of domestic agricultui-al produce. The average annual vitlue reached 
1694,874,000. 

Of these exports about 88 per cent went to European countries. 
Our leading market, the United Kingdom, received 53.4 per cent, or 
nearly four times the amount sent to Germany, which ranked next 
in importance. Germany's share was 13.6 per cent. France took 

6.2 per cent, or less than half as much as Germany. The Netherlands 
received 4.7 per cent, Belgium 3.8 per cent, Italy 2.3 per cent, Spain 

1.3 per cent, and Denmark 1.1 per cent. 

The largest market outside of Europe was afforded by Canada, that 
country taking 3.6 per cent. Important sales were also made to Cuba, 
Brazil, Japan, British Africa, British West Indies, Mexico, and 
Hongkong. 

The only other countries to which the United States sent agricultural 
exports during 1895-1899 having an average annual value in excess of 
H,000,000 were Sweden and Norway, European Russia, Austria- 
Hungary, Portugal, British Australasia, Haiti, Venezuela, Hawaiian 
Islands, British Guiana, Porto Rico, and the French West Indies. 

* The statistics given in the present bulletin are all based on the official export 
returns published by the Bureau of Statistics, Treasury Department, in its annual 
reports on the Commerce and Navigation of the United States. ^-^ ^ 

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AQBICULTUBAL EXP0BT8, BY 0OUNTBIE8, 1895-1899. 



SUMMARY STATEMENT, BY COUNTRIES, OF TOTAL AGBIOULTURAL 

EXPORTS. 

Following is a summary table exhibiting the total value of the agri- 
cultural exports from the United States to each country of destination 
during the five fiscal years 1895-1899: 

Value of the a^gricuUural products exported from the United States to the several foreign 
countries during each fiscal year from 1896 to 1899, ianduswe. 



CoontrleB to which 
exported. 



United Kingdom 

Germany 

France 

NetherluudH 

Belgium 

Canada 

Italy 

Spain 

Denmark 

Cuba 

Brazil 

Japan 

British Africa 

British West IndicH. . . . 

Mexico 

Hongkong 

Sweden and Norway. . 

Russia, European 

Austria-Hungary 

Portugal 

British Australa^ua 

Haiti 

Venezuela 

Hawaiian Islands 

British Guiana 

Porto Rico 

French West Indies . . . 

Portuguese Africa 

Colombia 

Guatemala 

Newfoundland and 

Labrador 

Bermuda 

Costa Rica 

Salvador 

Nicaragua 

China 

Santo Domingo 

Gibraltar 

Danish West Indies. . . 

Ecuador 

Russia, Asiatic 

Dutch West Indies 

British Honduras 

Dutch Guiana 

British p::ast Indies. . . . 

French Africa 

Azores, and Madeira 

Islands 

Chile 

Honduras 

Argentina 

French Oceania 

Peru 

Egypt 

Uruguay 

Canarv Islands 

Miquelon, Langlcy, 

French Guiana 

Turkey, European — 
Philippine Islands — 
British Possessions, 
n.e.s.: 

Malta, Gozo, etc . . . 

Aden 

Auckland, Fiji, etc 

Falkland Islands . 



Years ended June 30— 



1895. 



DoUar$. 

314,971,967 

72,328,146 

32,842,472 

20,494,200 

19,542,925 

19,181,508 

12,613,752 

9,247,063 

2,209,790 

5,568,738 

6,430,221 

1,576,249 

1,405,857 

4,828,128 

4,503,599 

2,984,283 

2,418,606 

4,233,876 

1,233,671 

2, 147, 981 

796,262 

2,768,234 

1,719,128 

994, 142 

1,285,650 

1.038,452 

i; 030, 274 

14,160 

841,933 

944,821 

819,285 
559,576 
410,895 
441,885 
348,987 
290,099 
386,109 
306,631 
275, 131 
860,532 
135,107 
265, 776 
197,043 
232,591 
61,482 
124, 154 

151,659 

69,006 
122, 793 

31,602 
109, 517 

40,856 

2,008 

103,097 

67,809 

82,385 

46, 7as 

2,095 
11,934 



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1896. 



Dollars. 

820,842,742 

71,714,855 

81,000,013 

21,145,723 

18,469,838 

20,357,400 

14,519,080 

9,856,307 

5,045,647 

3,974,875 

6,354,470 

2,032,618 

5,296,922 

5,374,237 

4,774,168 

3,227,971 

2,915,334 

3,845,181 

1,203,670 

2,413,463 

2,795,359 

2,288,385 

1,665,951 

1,039,822 

1,321,750 

1,211,912 

1,012,323 

221,289 

1,010,158 

946.361 

1,026,392 
591,848 
434,499 
521,979 
413, 705 
150,632 
306,016 
304,423 
269,329 
274,545 
259,262 
292,662 
290,376 
244, 745 
53,288 
107, 852 

125,427 
101,923 
140, 178 
64,001 
93, 789 
51,610 
10,431 
89,892 
75,545 

61,308 
56,490 
4,359 
22,506 



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2,261 



1897. 



Dollars. 

381,622,439 

96,148,266 

38,862,483 

27,718,660 

22,187,935 

22,192,126 

15,729,870 

9,258,308 

8,207,250 

4,678,492 

5,780,563 

3,605,065 

6,202,157 

4,882,771 

7,026,205 

4,874,8t)8 

2,126,804 

8,814,384 

1,918,877 

1,802,078 

4,117,414 

1,970,142 

1,469,849 

1,273,611 

1,086,044 

1,170,527 

1,152,724 

1,309,413 

1,097,665 

1,115,666 

662,306 
518,960 
611,912 
618,768 
405,271 
207,910 
303,290 
224,407 
264,282 
246, 158 
256,147 
272,561 
255, 744 
236,948 
861,554 
177,050 

222,761 
274,527 
144,319 
52,609 
131,586 
106,144 
62,806 
85,335 
82,905 

77,430 
59,249 
3,930 
12, 175 



4,190 

2,9a5 

5, 579 



1896. 



Dollars, 

438,611,588 

119,808,800 

76,351,247 

41,806,137 

36,673,588 

32,839,827 

17,646,024 

8,667,886 

10,276,915 

6,763,971 

6,330,772 

8,977,116 

6,287,857 

5,631,515 

3,40^1,544 

4,691,249 

3,069,676 

3,302,933 

3,876,774 

2,640,107 

1,670,562 

1,553,856 

1,469,981 

1,727,766 

1,288,925 

1,007,111 

1,176,594 

2,459,642 

994,780 

609,761 

658,611 
606,916 
600,628 
431,332 
411,913 
695,549 
366,989 
211,598 
406,698 
289,503 
216,896 
811, 718 
289,034 
277,512 
86,146 
614,426 

289,206' 
429,066 
188,287 
432,472 
120,636 
201,336 
862,326 
103,128 
146,999 

94,018 
97,032 
48,338 
4,051 



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396,267,103 

113,36:^. J71 

38,06l, S05 

53, 1& ,1169 

33,58^. «8 

30, 78 J. 136 

18,10 ,749 

7,77'J.'.-«2 

12,87.-, S48 

10,441,706 

5,92^,S43 

9,691 »42 

6,50;, 100 

4,94n,h27 

3,68i .ao 

5,447 171 
7,981.427 
3,4a .1 41 
4,54^ .:49 
3,28i. 180 
l,83^ ^11 
l,14i , 104 
1,161,-^ 
2,24<' 69 
1,287. J66 
1,53.;, 159 
1,039,775 
845,710 
831,874 
667,898 

1,006,181 
602,984 
612,304 
242,097 
362,863 
556,292 
286,361 
481,006 
251.943 
286,654 
670,220 
263,529 
265,869 
283,034 
148,652 
283,625 

236,630 
130,207 
188.506 
141,464 
106,640 
140,667 
88,563 
94,571 
65,013 

104,212 
120,615 
235,690 
211,996 



128,750 
1,922 



Dollars. 
370,862,028 
94,470,608 
43,228,704 
32,864,156 
26,092,565 
24,970,999 
15,723,095 
8,961,911 
7,722,490 
6,287,166 
6,164,974 
5,177,118 
.MiO 089 

r^, ii'j.^;96 

l,r?A<«5 
l.U 1.106 

;.,7oj.je9 
.'■. «i; 



Annual average, 
1896-1899. 



1, INH 



J>48 
162 
,-«2 

m 

. {49 
182 

1,1. 'J, '32 

l,i>-i:,:38 
\'lv. i«28 
':Cc,, ■j82 
Nil.S99 

832,156 
676,657 
494,048 
481.212 
888,548 
880,076 
329,753 
806,613 
298,457 
291,278 
287,526 
281,249 
257,611 
254,966 
242,204 
241,421 

205, U6 
200,946 
156,817 
144,428 
112,884 
107,906 
108,227 
95,205 
87,654 

88,871 
76,019 
58,882 
52,582 



42,299 .01 

oogle 



P.ct. 

53.87 

18.60 

6.22 

4.73 

8.76 

8.59 

2.26 

1.29 

Lll 

.tK) 

.89 

.75 

.74 

.74 

.67 

.60 

.53 

.62 

.87 

.86 

.82 

.28 

.-22 

.21 

.18 

.17 

.16 

.14 

.14 

.12 

.12 
.06 
.07 
.06 
.06 
05 
.05 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.03 



.OS 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 

.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



AGKIOULTUBAL EXPOBTS, BY 0OUNTBIB8, 1895-1899. 11 

Value of the agricultural produds exported from the United SUUea^ etc. — Contmaed. 



Coontries to which 


Yean ended June 80— 


Annual average, 


exported. 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1896. 


1899. 


1896-1899. 


Tonga, Samoa, etc 

Greece 


DoOart. 

18,896 

68,898 

646 

27,026 

} «0 

206 

} 1,714 

2,869 

188 


DoOan. 

18,496 

107 

9,916 

8)424 

r 


DoOan. 
12,778 

8,944 
26,616 

1,767 

8,220 


DoOart. 

16,688 

63 

6,790 

3,076 

24,791 

927 

7,552 

3,710 

11,835 

1,197 


DoOan. 

20,172 

16 

21,748 

2,468 


DoOan. 
16,106 
18,604 
12,722 
7,661 

} 6,491 

6,287 
4,737 
8,890 

} 2,450 

1,285 

1,037 

717 

672 

327 

70 

18 

12 
7,677 


P.eL 


Afiioa,ii«e.a 




Turkey, AsUtic 

Sponiflh Poaaewloxu, 
n.e.8.: 
Spanish Africa.... 




8i)anish Oceania.. 
Datc&Eiwt Indies.... 
Liberia 


t 1,462 
4,856 
8,490 
1,161 

f 


1,197 
6,611 
4,057 
6,349 

5,094 




10,294 

3,137 

901 

4,194 

60 

1,M3 

165 




Swltierland 




Gennan PoaBeesions : 
German Oceania. . 


0.01 


German Africa 


i::::::::..: 




AflSA,n. e. 8 .... ...... 


M2 
4,507 


1,244 
375 
416 
948 

1,075 


825 




MadiUFa8car ... 




Korea . 


3,171 
993 




BoUvia...: 


629 


616 


2T2 
560 




Roomanla 




Fxencb East Indies 






350 
63 




Pnrapiay 












Greenland, Iceland, 
etc 








60 




Peatination in doubt. . 






38,385 


















Total agricultu- 
ral exports 
(domestic).... 


568,385,861 


574,396,264 


680,766,193 


869,018,946 


792,811,733 


694,874,000 


100.00 


Total domestic 
exports 


798,892,699 


863,200,487 


1,082,007,603 


1,210,291,913 


1.206.931,222 


1.020,564,765 




Per cent agri- 
cultural 


70.88 


66.64 


66.84 


70.98 


65.85 


68.09 





CHARACTER OF AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS TO LEADING MARKETS. 

UNITED KINGDOM. 

To the United Kingdom we sell more farm produce than to all other 
countries combined. During 1895-1899 the average annual value of 
our agricultural exports to the British market amounted to |370,862,- 
028. Breadfltuflfs and meat products to help feed the teeming popula- 
tion of the Kingdom and raw cotton to supply the English mills 
formed the bulk of the trade. The yearly shipments of breadstuflfs 
averaged 1112,183,000 in value, cotton $104,008,000, and meat products 
$86,196,000. 

Wheat and wheat flour were the chief items among the breadstuffs. 
Their combined value averaged over $80,000,000. The shipments of 
wheat in the grain amounted to $46,507,000 and those of wheat flour 
to $34,597,000. Indian com also ranked high among the breadstuffs, 
having a value of $21,378,000. Oats were shipped to the value of 
$4,456,000 and barley to the value of $2,182,000. 

Of the meat products bacon was decidedly the most important, the 
average annual shipments amounting in value to $29,914,000. Next 
to bacon came fresh beef, with a value of $20,948,000. The exports 
of canned beef were worth ovXy $2,821,000 and those of salted or 
pickled beef only $1,593,000. Hams were shipped to th^^ value of 

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$12,651,000. Of salted or pickled pork there were shipments worth 
$1,432,000. The lard exports were recorded at $12,796,000, ranking 
third in importance among the meat products. Tallow formed an 
item of $1,012,000. 

In addition to the meat products, there were average annual exports 
of live stock worth $36,199,000, consisting largely of cattle for slaugh- 
ter. There was also an exportation of dairy products worth $5,128,000 
a year. The total trade in live stock, meat products, and dairy prod- 
ucts exceeded $125,000,000 in annual value. 

After breadstuffs, cotton, meat products, and live aninGialis, our most 
important agricultural export to the British market during 1895-1899 
was tobacco. The shipments of this product had an average yearly 
value of $8,416,000. 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal formed an item of $3,348,000 and fruits 
and nuts one of $3,081,000. Seeds were shipped to the value of 
$1,337,000 and vegetable oils to the value of $1,062,000. Glucose 
and grape sugar, worth $2,712,000, and hops worth $2,018,000, were 
also items of importance, 

GERMANY. 

Our agricultural exports to Germany during 1895-1899 had an 
average annual value of $94,470,608. More than half of this amount 
was paid for cotton, of which product there were shipments averaging 
as much as $47,618,000 a year in value. The annual exportation of 
meat products came to $17,152,000, and that of breadstuflFs was nearly 
as large, amounting to $16,915,000. 

Lard formed the principal item under meat products, having an 
average yearly value of $10,109,000. Bacon came next, with a value 
of $1,803,000. There were annual shipments of hams worth $535,000, 
canned beef $450,000, salted or pickled beef $337,000, and salted or 
pickled pork $327,000. Oleo oil was exported to the value of 
$1,683,000. Sausage casings formed an item of $669,000 and tallow 
one of $376,000. 

Indian corn was the principal cereal sent to the German market, the 
average annual exports having a value of $8,941,000. Wheat formed 
an item of $2,984,000 and wheat flour one of $969,000. There were 
exports of rye worth $1,540,000. 

The shipments of United States tobacco to Germany during 1895- 
1899 had an average value of $4,187,000 a year. 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal formed another export of considerable 
importance, the value averaging $2,988,000. 

FRANCE. 

To France we sold during 1895-1899 farm produce having an aver- 
age yearly value of $43,223,704. As in the case of our agricultural 

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AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, i895-1899. 13 

exports to Germany, cotton formed over 50 per cent of the trade, our 
consignments of this product to French ports showing an average 
value of $22,832,000 a year. 

Breadstuffs constituted an item of $10,237,000. Of this amount 
$7,091,000 was paid for wheat. Indian corn was purchased to the 
extent of $2,018,000 and oats to the extent of $867,000. 

Our shipments of meat products to France were comparatively small, 
amounting to only $3,224,000. Lard formed about one-half of the 
item, having a value of $1,761,000. Bacon was shipped to the value of 
$445,000, but the other meats went in much smaller amounts. There 
were exports of tallow worth $409,000. 

Cotton-seed oil has become one of the leading items among our 
agricultural exports to France, where it is being used in increasing 
quantities as a substitute for olive oil. The average annual value of 
the shipments for 1895-1899 was $2,479,000. 

Our exports of tobacco to France in the period mentioned averaged 
$2,198,000 a year. 

NETHERLANDS. 

The products of agriculture shipped from the United States to the 
Netherlands during 1895-1899 amounted in average annual value to 
$32,864,156. Breadstuffs formed an item of $15,212,000 and meat 
products one of $10,526,000. 

The breadstuffs sent to Dutch ports consisted chiefly of wheat, wheat 
flour, and Indian corn. Of wheat there were annual exports averag- 
ing $5,015,000 in value, wheat flour $3,307,(X)0, and Indian corn 
$4,687,000. Oats were shipped to the value of $820,000 and rye to 
the value of $593,000. 

Oleo oil was the principal item under meat products, having an 
average yearly value of $4,746,000. This product is extensively used 
in the Netherlands for the manufacture of oleomargal-in. 

Lard formed another item of importance under this head, the value 
averaging $3,230,000. Bacon was exported to the extent of $799,000, 
salted or pickled pork $259,000, hams $212,000, canned beef $159,000, 
and salted or pickled beef $109,000. Sausage casings worth $471,000 
and tallow worth $256,000 were also among the exports recorded. 

The average yearly shipments of United States tobacco to the 
Netherlands amounted in value to $1,305,000. 

Other leading exports to the Netherlands were: Cotton-seed oil, 
$1,693,000; oil cake and oil-cake meal, $1,349,000; and cotton, 
$1,056,000. 

BELGIUM. 

Our exports of farm produce to Belgium during 1895-1899, had an 
average annual value of $26,092,565. Breadstuffs brought $10,656,000 
of this amount, meat products $6,176,000, and cotton $3,902,000. 

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Wheat was the leading item under breadstuffs, amounting in value 
to $6,140,000. Of Indian corn there were exports worth $1,965,000. 
Oats were shipped to the value of $1,075,000, rye $454,000, barley 
$418,000, and wheat flour $308,000. 

Under the head of meat products, the principal items were bacon, 
lard, and hams. The exports of bacon were valued at $2,216,000, lard 
$2,060,000, and hams $1,114,000. 

Tobacco was shipped to Belgium in considerable quantities, the 
average annual value amounting to $1,941,000. 

Another item of importance in our agricultural export trade with 
that country was oil cake and oil-cake meal, of which there were ship- 
ments valued at $1,299,000. 

CANADA. 

Next to our five leading European customers — ^the United Kingdom, 
Germany, France, Netherlands, and Belgium — Canada furnished the 
largest market for our agricultural exports during 1895-1899, the 
average yearly value of the produce sent to that country amounting 
to $24,970,999. 

Breadstuflfs formed nearly one-half of the trade, the value of this 
item averaging $11,687,000 a year. Exports of Indian corn worth 
$4,173,000, of wheat worth $4,049,000, and of wheat flour worth 
$2,790,000 were recorded. Other breadstuff s were shipped much less 
extensively. 

After breadstuffs, the most important agricultural export to Canada 
was cotton, the shipments of this product having an average yearly 
value of $3,293,000. 

Our exports of meat products to Canada were comparatively small, 
the value amounting to only $2,372,000. Bacon to the value of 
$652,000, salted or pickled pork $574,000, hams $373,000, and lard 
$313,000 formed the chief items. 

Among the numerous other agricultural products sent to Canada 
the most important, with their values, were: Tobacco, $1,123,000; 
cheese, $809,000; hides and skins, $777,000; horses, $685,000; and 
cattle, $385,000. 

ITALY. 

Italy ranks seventh among the foreign markets for American farm 
produce. During 1895-1899 our agricultural exports to that country 
had an average annual value of $15,723,095. Cotton was the impor- 
tant factor in the trade, the shipments of this product amounting in 
average yearly value to $11,080,000. After cotton, the largest item 
was tobacco, of which product there were exports worth $2,741,000. 
The only other articles averaging above $100,000 were: Cotton -seed 
oil, $450,000; wheat, $371,000; Indian corn, $315,000; bacon, $237,000; 
and lard, $163,000. 



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AGEICULTUEAL EXPOBTS, BY OdUNTBIES, 1896-1899. 15 



To Spain we sent agricultui'al exports during 1896-1899 having an 
average value of $8,961,911 a year. As in the case of Italy, cot- 
ton comprised the principal part of the trade. In average annual 
value the cotton shipments amounted to $8,012,000. Tobacco valued 
at $706,000, wheat $122,000, Indian corn $69,000, sausage casings 
$24,000, and lard oil $12,000 were the only other items of importance. 



Denmark afforded us a market during 1895-1899 for agricultural 
products having an average annual value of $7,722,490. More than 
half of this sum was paid for Indian corn, which was decidedly the 
most important of the exports, averaging in value $3,923,000 a year. 
Another feed stuflf, oil cake and oil-cake meal, formed the second item 
in importance, having a value of $848,000. Cotton was third, with a 
value of $700,000. Other leading items were: Wheat, $504,000; lard, 
$469,000; rye, $216,000; oleo oil, $202,000; wheat flour, $175,000; and 
butter, $142,000. 

CUBA. 

Cuba was tenth in importance among the destinations to which our 
agricultural exports went during 1895-1899. The average annual 
value of the farm products shipped to the island in that period was 
$6,287,156. Lard, wheat flour, cattle, bacon, and hams were the five 
leading articles in the trade. The lard exports averaged in value 
$1,503,000, wheat flour $1,083,000, cattle $579,000, bacon $533,000, 
and hams $413,000. Among other items the most important were: 
Beans and peas, $286,000; potatoes, $278,000; Indian corn, $253,000; 
eggs, $192,000; mules, $139,000; milk, $131,000; and bottled malt 
liquors, $112,000. 

BRAZIL. 

Our agricultural exports to Brazil during 1895-1899 had an average 
yearly value of $6,164,974. Wheat flour was by far the most impor- 
tant item, averaging $3,263,000 a year in value. After flour came 
bacon, with a value of $1,084,000. Lard ranked third, the value 
being $995,000. There were shipments of wheat worth $222,000, and 
of cotton-seed oil worth $201,000. Butter to the value of $83,000 was 
the only other item exceeding $50,000. 



To Japan we sent during 1895-1899 exports of agricultural produce 
averaging $5,177,118 a year. Cotton formed a large part of the trade, 
the average annual shipments of this product amounting in value to 
$3,569,000. Next to cotton, wheat flour was the most important export, 



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16 AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 

the value being J5M,000. • Tobacco, with a value of $537,000, was 
third. Alcohol was exported to the value of $147,000. Other items 
of some importance were canned beef, worth $95,000, and milk, worth 

$58,000. 

BRITISH AFRICA. 

British Africa was the destination during 1895-1899 of agricultural 
exports from the United States having an average annual value of 
$5,140,039. The exports consisted largely of breadstuflfs. Wheat was 
the leading item, the average yearly value being $1,680,000. Of wheat 
flour there were shipments worth $747,000. Indian corn was exported 
to the value of $423,000, and corn meal to the value of $105,000. Rum 
was one of the principal articles shipped, the value amounting to 
$952,000. Canned beef was also an important item, having a value of 
$293,000. Other leading exports, with their values were: Tobacco, 
$146,000; lard oil, $97,000; lard, $94,000; and mules, $73,000. 

BRITISH WEST INDIES. 

The agricultural produce sent from this country to the British 
West Indies during 1895-1899 amounted in average annual value to 
$5,112,696. Wheat flour was the most important export, the value 
averaging $2,016,000 a year. Next to wheat flour the principal item 
was salted or pickled pork, of which product there were shipments 
worth $507,000. Bread and biscuit formed an item of $320,000. After 
these leading exports came shipments of Indian corn worth $243,000, 
corn meal worth $220,000, salted or pickled beef worth $201,000, and 
lard worth $166,000. Among other items the most important were: 
Oil cake and oil-cake meal, $138,000; oleomargarin, $138,000; tobacco, 
$121,000; and butter, $120,000. 



To Mexico we shipped during 1895-1899 agricultural products 
having an average yearly value of $4,679,085. Cotton was decidedly 
the leading article, averaging $1,520,000 in annual value. Indian com 
came next with a value of $824,000. Then followed in their order 
cotton-seed oil to the value of $377,000, lard $204,000, tobacco 
$141,000, wheat flour $132,000, hogs $132,000, and wool $123,000. 
Other exports of considerable importance were: Wines (unbottled), 
$88,000; malt liquors (bottled), $76,000; horses, $74,000; malt, $68,000; 
cattle, $56,000; grease, $52,000; and tallow, $51,000. 

HONGKONG. 

Agricultural exports to the average annual value of $4,145,108 were 
sent from the United States to Hongkong during 1895-1899. The 
principal item in the trade was wheat flour, the shipments of that 
product averaging in yearly value $3,125,000. Next to wheat flour 

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AGBICULTUBAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTBIES,. 1896-1899. 17 

the most important export was ginseng, the value amounting to 
9739,000. Bottled malt liquors formed an item of $81,000, canned 
fruits $30,000, and canned beef $22,000. 

SWEDEN AND NOKWAY. 

The average annual value of our agricultural exports to Sweden and 
Norway during 1895-1899 was $3,702,369. Cotton, bacon, oleo oil, 
lard, rye, wheat flour, and wheat were the products shipped most 
extensively. The cotton shipments had an average yearly value of 
$824,000. Bacon was exported to the value of $627,000, oleo oil 
to the value of $404,000, and lard to the value of $350,000. The con- 
signments of rye were worth $268,000, wheat flour $265,000, and 
wheat $264,000. . Of the remaining items, the most important were: 
Salted or pickled pork, $82,000; Indian corn, $79,000; tobacco, 
$76,000; salted or pickled beef, $75,000; and molasses and sirup, 
$69,000. 

EUROPEAN RUSSIA. 

European Russia was the destination during 1895-1899 of American 
farm produce amounting in average annual value to $3,626,283. Cot- 
ton formed the principal part of the trade, the exports of this product 
averaging as high as $3,418,000 in yearly value. After cotton the 
most important items were wheat flour, Indian com, and bacon. The 
shipments of wheat flour averaged $66,000, Indian com $43,000, and 
bacon $40,000. 

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. 

To Austria-Hungary we consigned during 1895-1899 agricultural 
products worth, on the average, $2,556,048 a year. Cotton, cotton- 
seed oil, lard, and wheat were the leading articles. The average 
annual value of the cotton shipped was $963,000, and tliat of the 
cotton-seed oil $746,000. The lard exports amounted to $403,000, and 
the wheat exports to $155,000. The only other items of much impor- 
tance were tallow to the value of $84,000 and bacon to the value of 
$76,000. 

PORTUGAL. 

Our agricultural exports to Portugal during 1895-1899 had an aver- 
age yearly value of $2,457,562. Wheat was the principal item, the 
annual shipments of this grain averaging $1,778,000 in value. Next 
to wheat, cotton and Indian corn were the leading products sent to 
Portugal. The exports of cotton were valued at $439,000 a year, and 
the exports of Indian corn at $180,000. There were no other items 
averaging above $50,000. 

BRITISH AUSTRALASIA. 

British Australasia afforded a market for our agricultural produce 
during 1895-1899 to the average annual value of $2,248,282. Wheat, 

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18 AGBICULTUEAL EXPOBTS, BY C0UNTBIE8, 18»5-18a9. 

wheat flour, tobacco, and canned fruits wei*e the leading articles. The 
exports of wheat averaged in value $582,000 a year, and those of 
wheat flour $448,000. Tobacco was shipped to the value of $305,000, 
and canned fruits to the value of $175,000. Among the other exports 
the most important were: Sausage casings, $77,000; barley, $68,000; 
hops, $65,000; and glucose and grape sugar, $62,000. 



To Haiti we exported during 1895-1899 fami produce having an 
aveiTige value of $1,945,404 a year. The items of chief importance 
were wheat flour, salted or pickled pork, and lard. The average 
annual value of the wheat flour exported was $655,000, that of the 
salted or pickled pork $586,000, and that of the lard $191,000. Other 
leading items were: Tobacco, $97,000; butter, $85,000; tallow, $61,000; 
salted or pickled beef, $60,000; and refined sugar, $59,000. 

VENBZUELA. 

The agricultural products shipped from the United States to Vene- 
zuela during 1895-1899 amounted in avei*age annual value to $1,498,- 
349. Wheat flour and lard were the principal articles, the former 
averaging $712,000 a year in value, and the latter $437,000 a year. 
Of the i^emaining exports, butter to the value of $80,000, and hams to 
the value of $62,000, were the most impoi*tant. 

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 

Our exports of farm produce to the Hawaiian Islands during 1896- 
1899 had an average yearly value of $1,459,182. The leading item 
was wheat flour, of which product there were shipments averaging in 
value $260,000 a year. Barley was also shipped quite extensively, the 
value being $189,000. Bran, middlings, and mill feed formed an item 
of $139,000, and hay one of $102,000. Among the other exports, 
those of highest value were: Wines (unbottled), $75,000; malt liquors 
(bottled), $53,000; and mules, $50,000. 

BRITISH GUIANA. 

To British Guiana we shipped during 1895-1899 products of agri- 
culture worth on the avemge $1,253,905 a year. Wheat flour, salted 
or pickled pork, and salted or pickled beef formed a large part of the 
trade. The exports of wheat flour amounted in avemge annual value 
to $633,000. Salted or pickled pork was shipped to the value of 
$191,000, and salted or pickled beef to the value of $106,000. The 
item of next importance was tobacco, of which there were exports 
woi-th $44,000. 



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19 



poifcro Bioo. 

Porto Rico afforded us a market for agricultural produce during 
1895-1899 amounting in average yearly value to 11,191,632. The 
principal items were wheat flour, lard, and salted or pickled pork. 
Of wheat flour there were shipments amounting in average value to 
^66,000 a year. The exports of lard averaged $233,000, and those of 
salted or pickled pork $193,000. Among the other items the most 
important were: Hams, $61,000; beans and peas, $43,000; bottled 
malt liquors, $40,000; bacon, $38,000; and bread and biscuit, $27,000. 

FRENCH WEST INDIES. 

The only other foreign market to which we exported during 1895- 
1899 farm products having an average annual value in excess of 
$1,000,000 was that afforded by the French West Indies. To this 
destination we sent agricultural exports averaging $1,082,338 a year. 
Wheat flour was decidedly the most important item, having an aver- 
age yearly value of $482,000. After wheat flour the principal export 
was cotton-seed oil, the value being $93,000. Chief among the remain- 
ing items were: Oleomargarin, $78,000; lard, $69,000; and salted or 
pickled pork, $56,000. 

AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY CONTINENTS. 

The following table shows the value of our agricultural exports to 
the several continents during 1895-1899: 



Valu£ of the agricultural products < 
during eachf 



t the-Uniled States to the several continents 
rom 1896 to 1899, indugive. 



Continents to which 


Yean ended June 80— 


Annual average. 


exported. 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1896. 


1899. 


1896-1899. 


Earope 


DoOara. 
494,824,866 
48,773,619 
11,161,853 
6,078,736 
1,926.964 
1.619,824 


DoUan. 
508,416,620 
44,289,963 
11,286,161 
6,735,154 
3,986,486 
6,784,961 


Dollars, 
606,401,432 
48,113,495 
10,494,863 
9,322,063 
6,657,832 
7,866,518 


Dollars. 
762,333,960 
56,763,212 
11,915,455 
14,679.756 
3,640,727 
9,796,816 


Dollars. 
695,512,102 
58,217,668 
10,411,869 
16,431,619 
4,422,879 
7,816,111 


Dollars. 
612,897,599 
50,229,587 
11,048,940 
10,249,463 
3,886,767 
6,666,644 


P.ct. 
88.20 


North America 

South America 

Aflia 


7.23 
1.69 
1.47 


Oceania 


.66 


Alrica 


.96 


Total 


658, 8897861 


574,396,264 


689,756,193 


859,018,946 


792,811,738 


694,874,000 


100.00 











EUROPE. 



As has already been stated, Europe was the destination of 88 per 
cent of the farm produce shipped from the United States during the 
five years 1895-1899. The average annual value of our agricultural 
exports to that continent in the period mentioned was 1612,897,599. 



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AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1809. 



Following is a table giving the value of the agricultural products 
exported to each of the European countries in 1895-1899: 

Value of the agricultural products exported from the United Stales to the countries of 
Europe during each fiscal year from 1896 to 1899, indusvoe. 



Countries to which 
exported. 



Austria-Hungry 

Azores, and Madeira 

Islands 

Belgium 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Gibraltar 

Greece — 

Greenland, Iceland, 

etc 

Italy 

Malta, Gozo, etc 

Netherlands 

Portugal 

Roumanla 

Russia, European 

Spain 

Sweden and Norway. . 

Switzerland 

Turkey ^European . . . . 

United Kingdom 

Destination in doubt. . 



Years ended June 30— 



1895. 



Dollars, 
1,233,671 

151,659 
19,542,925 
2,209,790 
32,812,472 
72,828,146 
806,631 
68,893 



12,618,752 

a 20, 965 

20,494,200 

2,147,981 



4,233.876 

9,247,063 

2,418.606 

203 

2,095 

314,971,967 



Total Europe. ... 494, 824, 865 



1896. 



Dollars. 
1,203,670 

125.427 
18,469,838 
5,045,647 
31,000,013 
71,714,855 
304,423 
107 



14.519,080 

8,290 

21,145,723 

2.418.468 



3,845,181 

9,856.307 

2,915.884 

1,161 

4,359 

320,842,742 



1897. 



Dollars. 
1,918,877 

222,761 
22,187,935 
8,207,250 
38,862,483 
95,148,266 
224,407 
8,944 



15,729,870 

4,190 

27,718,660 

1,802,078 

560 

8,314,384 

9,258,308 

2,126,804 

901 

3,930 

381,622,439 

j 38,385 



508,415,620 608,401,432 



1898. 



DoUars. 
8,875,774 

289,205 
36,673,588 
10,276,915 
75,351,247 
119,808,800 
211,598 
63 



17,646,024 

41, 131 

41,806,187 

2,640,107 

1,075 

3,302,933 

8,667,886 

3,069,676 

11,835 

48,338 

438,611,588 



1899. 



Dollars. 
4,548,249 

286,580 
88,588.638 
12,872,848 
38,062.305 
113,352,971 
481,006 
15 



18,106,749 

128,750 

58,166,059 

8,284,180 



3,435,041 

7,779,992 

7,981,427 

5,349 

235,690 

898,261,408 



762,888,980 



695,512,102 



Annual average, 
1896-1899. 



DoUars. 
2,566,048 

206,116 

26.092,666 

7,722,490 

48,228.704 

94.470,608 

805,613 

18,604 

12 

15,723,095 

544,340 

82,864.166 

2.457,562 

827 

8,626,283 

8,961,911 

8,702,369 

8,890 

58,882 

370,862,028 

7,677 



612,897,899 



P.eL 
0.42 



4.26 
1.26 
7.05 
15.41 
.05 



2.57 

5.01 

6.36 

.40 



.60 

1.46 

.60 



.01 
60.51 



100.00 



a Including in 1895 Aden, Auckland, Fiji, and Norfolk Islands, and Falkland Islands. 
5 Annual average, 1896-1899. 



NORTH AMERICA. 

The neighboring countries and islands of North America took about 
7 per cent of our agricultural exports for 1895-1899, the value aver- 
aging ^0,229,587. 

In the following table the distribution of our exports of farm prod- 
uce to North American destinations during 1896-1899 is shown in 
detail: 

Value of the agricultural products exported from the United Stales to the countries of 
North America during each fiscal year from 1895 to 1899, indusive. 



Countries to which 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual average. 


exported. 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


189&-1899. 


Bermuda 


Dollars. 
559,676 
197,043 
19,181,508 


Dollars. 
594,848 
290,376 
20,357,400 


Dollars. 
518,960 
255,744 
22, 192, 126 


Dollars. 
606,916 
289,034 
32,339,827 


Dollars. 
602,984 
255,859 
30,784,135 


Dollars. 
576,667 
267,611 

24.970,999 


P.cL 
1.16 


British Honduras 

Canada 


.51 
49.71 






Central America: 

Costa Rica 

Guatemala 

Honduras 


410,895 
944,821 
122,793 
848,987 
441,885 


434,499 
946,361 
140, 178 
413,705 
621,979 


611,912 
1,115,665 
144,319 
405,271 
618, 768 


600,628 
609,751 
188,287 
411,913 
431,332 


512,804 
557,898 
188,506 
862,863 
242.097 


494,048 

156; 817 
888,648 
431,212 


.90 

1.66 

31 


Nicaragua 

Salvador 


,77 
86 






Total Central 
America 


2,269,381 


2,466,722 


2,695,935 


2,241,911 


1,868,668 


2,805,624 


4.59 


Mexico 


4,608,599 
82,886 

819,285 


4,774,168 

61,808 

1,025,892 


7,026,205 
77,430 
652,806 


3,404,544 
94,018 
658,611 


3,686,910 

104,212 

1,006,181 


4,679,065 
83,871 
832,166 


9.81 


Miquelon, Langley, 


17 


Newfoundland and 
Labrador 


1 66 







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AGBICULTUBAL EXPOBTS, BY C0UNTBIE8, 1895-1899. 21 

Value of the agricuUural products exported from the United States^ etc, — Continued. 



Coantries to which 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual average, 


exported. 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1895-1899. 


West Indies: 

British 


4, », 128 
6,>.-,788 

■j(^.y;76 

1,1'. ■■. 74 
2,- S4 
1,M 162 

. ;>nl. 109 


D^'li.ns. 
5,U7}/J87 

3,t-:4,^6 

■JfV.J, :S29 
■_".-J.ie2 

1, 23 

2, 85 
1, 1. 112 

,lllM.dl6 


Dollars. 

4,882,771 

4,678,492 

264,282 

272,561 

1.162,724 

1.970,142 

1,170,527 

308,290 


Dollars. 

5,531,615 

6,763,971 

406,598 

311,718 

1,176,594 

1,563,856 

1.007,111 

366,989 


10, UV.706 

■y>.:. 529 
i,i.a^',n5 
l,nj:...M)4 
l.."^n). 169 


DoUars. 

5,112,696 

6,287,156 

298,457 

281,249 

1,082,838 

1,945,404 

1,191,632 

829,753 


P.d. 
10.18 


Cuba 


12.52 


Danish 


.68 


Dutch 


.56 


French 


2.16 


Haiti 


3.87 


Porto Rico 

Santo Domingo... 


2.37 
.66 


Total West In- 
dies 


16,160,842 


14,729,739 


14,694,789 


17.118,361 


19,914,704 


16,528,685 


82.90 


Total North 
America 


43,773,619 


44,289,963 


48,113,495 


66,753,212 


68,217,663 


60,229,687 


100.00 



SOUTH AMERICA. 



To South America we sent during 1895-1899, 1.6 per cent of our 
total shipments of farm produce. The average yearly value amounted 
to $11,043,940. 

Following is a detailed statement, by countries, of the agricultural 
exports to South America during 1895-1899: 

Value of the aaricultural products exported from the United States to the countries of 
South America during each fiscal year from 1896 to 1899 ^ inclusive. 



Countries to which 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual average, 


exported. 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1896-1899. 


Aigentina 


Dollars. 
81,602 
529 
6,430,221 
69,006 
841,983 
860,532 
(a) 


Dollars. 

64,001 

616 

6,354,470 

101,923 

1,010,158 

274,545 


Dollars. 

52,609 

272 

5,780,563 

274,627 

1,097,665 

246,158 


Dollars. 
432,472 
948 

6,330,772 
429,066 
994,780 
289,503 


Dollars. 
141,464 
993 

5,928,843 
130,207 1 
831,874 
286,664 1 


DoUars. 
144,428 
672 

6,164,974 
200,946 
966.282 
291, -278 


P.d. 
1 31 


Bolivia 




BrazU 


56.82 


Chile 


1.82 


Colombia 


8.66 


Ecuador 


2.64 


Falkland Islands 

















Guianas: 

British 


1.285,650 
232,591 
46,708 


1,321,750 

244,745 

56,490 


1,086.044 

286,948 

59,249 


1,288.926 
277. 612 
97,032 


1 
1,287,166 ■ 
283,034 
120,616 


1,268,905 

264,966 

76,019 


11.35 


Dutch 


2.31 


French 


.69 






Total Guianas... 


1,564,949 


1,622,985 


1,382,241 


1,663,469 


1,690,806 


1,684,890 


14.35 


Paraguay 










63 

140,667 

94,671 

1,166,838 


13 

107,903 

96,205 

1,498,349 




Peru". . . r 


40,856 

103,097 

1,719,128 


51,610 

89,892 

1,665,951 


106,144 

85,386 

1,469,849 


201,336 

108.128 

1.469,981 


.98 


Tniguay ...r 


.86 


Venezuela 


13.57 






Total South 
America 


11,161,853 


11,286,151 


10,494,363 


11.915,465 


10,411,869 


11,048,940 


100.00 



a Not stated. 



Our agiicultural exports to Asia during 1895-1899 were nearly as 
large as those to South America, the shipments to the former conti- 
nent having an average annual value of $10,249,463, and forming 1.5 
per cent of the total. 

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AGBIOULTURAL EXP0BT8, BT 00TTNTBIE8, 1895- 



The distribution of our agricultural exports to Asiatic countries in 
the period mentioned will be seen from the following table: 



Value of the agricuUurcU products < 
during eachf 



the United States to the countries of Asia 
1896 to 1899, inclusive. 



Countries to which 


Years ended June 80- 


Annual average. 


exported. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1895-1899. 


Aden 


DoUars. 
290,099 


Dollars. 
2,261 
150,532 


Dollars. 
2,905 
207,910 


Dollars. 
514 
695,549 


Dollars. 
1,922 
556,292 


DoOars. 
61,901 
880,076 


P.cL 
b0.02 


China 


3.71 






East Indies: 

British 


61,482 
2,122 


53,288 
4,866 


861,554 
10,294 


86.146 
7,582 


148,552 

6,611 

360 


242,204 

6,287 

70 


2.37 


Dutch 


.06 


French 
















Total East Indies 


63,604 


58,144 


871,848 


93,698 


156,513 


243,661 


2.43 


Hongkong... 


2,984,283 
1.576,249 


8,227,971 
2,082,618 


4.374,868 
3,605,065 


4,691,249 

8,977,116 

415 

216,895 

8,076 

1,244 


6,447,171 

9,694,542 

8,171 

670,220 

2,463 

325 


4,145.106 

5,177,118 

717 

287,526 

7,651 

1,285 


40.44 


Japan..... 


50.51 


Korea 


.01 


Russia, Asiatic 

Turkey, Asiatic 

A8ia,n.e.8 


185, 107 
27.025 
2,369 


259,262 

8,424 

942 


256,147 
1,767 
1,543 


2.81 
.07 
.01 


Total Asia 


6,078,786 


5,735,154 


9,322,053 


14,679,756 


16,431,619 


10,249,468 


100.00 



a Not stated. 



6 Annual average, 1896-1899. 



OCEANIA. 



Oceania furnished us a market during 1895-1899 for products of 
agriculture having an average yearly value of $3,886,767. The 
exports to that destination fomied 0.56 per cent of the total. 

Statistics showing the distribution of our agricultural exports to 
Oceania are presented in the following table: 

Value of the agricultural products exported from the United States to the countries of 
Oceania during each fiscal year from 1893 to 1899 ^ indvMve. 



Countries to which 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual average. 


exported. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 1 l»a9. 


1895-1899. 


Auckland, Fiji, etc 


Dollars. 

(a) 

796,262 
109,617 

cl,714 
994,142 

11,934 

(a) 

13,395 


Dollars. 

'*2*795,*369' 
93,789 


Dollars. 

5,579 

4,117,414 

131,586 

4,194 

1,273,611 

12,176 


Dollars. 


DoUars. 


Dollars. 

61,895 
2.248,282 

112,894 

62.621 
1,459,182 

52,532 
6897 

15.10b 


P.et. 
60.03 


British Australasia. . . . 

French Oceania 

German Oceania 


1,670,562 

120,636 

1,197 

1,727,766 

4,051 

927 

15,688 


1,836,811 

106,540 

6,094 

2,240,569 

211,996 

1,197 

20,172 


57.72 
2.89 
6.06 


Philippine Islands.... 

Spanish Oceania 

Tonga, Samoa, etc 


1,069,822 

22,505 

1,462 

13,498 


87.64 
1.35 
6 02 


12,773 


.39 


Total Oceania... 


1,926,964 


3,986,435 


6,557,332 


3,540,727 


4,422,379 


3, 886, 767 


100.00 



a Not stated. b Annual average, 1896-1899. c Including in 1895 German Africa. 



Our shipments of agricultural produce to Africa during 1895-1899 
amounted in average annual value to $6,566,644, fomiing 0.95 per cent 
of the total. 



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23 



Following are detailed statistics as to the distribution of the agri- 
cultural exports to African countries: 

Value of the agricattural products eocported from the XMtedSUdeBto the coimtries of Africa 
during each fiscal year from 1896 to 1899 ^ indueive. 



Coimtries to which 


Yean ended June S0-> 


Annual average, 


exported. 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1806-1899. 


British Africa 


DoOars. 

1,406,857 

67.809 

2,008 

124,164 

4,298 

138 

14,160 

c860 

645 


DoUarB. 

5,296,922 
76,546 
10,431 
107,852 


BoUairB. 

6,202,157 

82^906 

62,806 

177,060 

60 

8,187 

166 

1,809,418 

8,220 

26,615 


DoUan. 
6,287,867 
146,999 

ssa,3a6 

514,426 


DoUars. 

6,607,400 

66,018 

88; 668 

283,626 


DoOan. 

5,140,089 

87 664 

108,227 

241,421 

518 

4,787 

1,087 

970,028 

57,008 

12,722 


P.ct. 
78.27 


CanivryLBlandB 


1.88 
1.57 


French Africa 

G^nnan Afri<* 


8.68 


Liberia 


8,490 

4,607 

221,280 


8,710 

875 

2,469,542 

24,791 

5,790 


4,067 
■"*846,'7i6" 


.07 




.02 


Portngueee Africa .... 
Bpaniw Africa 


14.77 
5.09 


9,916 


21,748 


.19 






Total Africa 


1,619,824 


6,784,961 


7,866,518 


9,796,816 


7,816,m 


6,566,644 


100.00 



a Not stated. 



5 Annual average, 1896-1899. 



c Including in 1896 Spanish Oceania. 



AGBIGULTUBAL EXPORTS, BY PRINOIPAL QBOUPS. 

On the basis of their average annual value for 1895-1899 the ten 
principal items in our agricultural export trade rank in the follow- 
ing order: Cotton, breadstuffs, meat products, live animals, tobacco, oil 
cake and oil-cake meal, vegetable oUs, dairy products, fruits and nuts, 
and seeds. 

The following table shows the relative value of these several groups 
of exports during 1895-1899: 

Value of the agricultural exports of the United States^ by leading groups, during each fiscal 
year from 1896 to 1899 y inclusive. 





Years ended June 30— 


Annual average. 




1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1896-1899. 




DoUcar; 

204,900,990 

114,604,780 

128,583,418 

35,754,045 

26,798,968 

7,166,587 
7,842,112 
6,682,867 
4,971,791 
2,849,146 
19,782,173 


J>€Bari. 
190,056,460 
141,866,998 
126,976,700 
41,840,969 
24,671,862 

7,949,647 
6,097,022 
6,299,670 
6,679,066 
1,692,017 
21,979,468 


DoOOTB. 
230,890,971 
197,857,219 
128,140,632 
43,668,461 
24,711,446 

9,611,044 
8,611,618 
9.664,895 
7,739,306 
6,028,432 
23,041,670 


DoUan. 

230,953,219 

883,897,119 

157,126,542 

46,243,406 

22,171,680 

12,601,820 
12,019,069 
9,095,759 
9,013,810 
2,954,723 
22,942,399 


DoUarB. 

210,089,576 

273,999,699 

166,679,166 

37,880,916 

25,467,218 

14,548,765 
13,809,336 
7,629,211 
7,897,486 
6,079,896 
29,730,966 


DoOan. 

218,378,243 

212,348,162 

141,601,091 

41,067,669 

24,544,116 

10,876,878 
9,555,831 
7,862,358 
1 7,060,191 
1 3,700,743 
23,496,384 


P.ct. 
30.71 


Breadstufb 


80.56 


Heat products 

Iiive animalff 


20.36 
6.91 




8.68 


Oil cake and oil-cake 
meal 


1.49 


VegeUbleoils 

Dairy products 

Fruits and nuts 

Seeds 


1.88 

LIB 

1.02 

.53 


Other 


3.38 






Total agricul- 
tural exports. 


558, 8&, 861 


674,898,264 


689,755,193 


869,018,946 


792,811,733 


,694,874,000 


100.00 



The value of the cotton exported during 1895-1899 averaged as high 
as $218,378,243 a year. The United Kingdom, Germany, and France 
together took over four-fifths of our total shipments. To the United 

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AGRIOULTl/BAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTBIES, 18^-1899. 



Kingdom we sent 49 per cent, to Germany 22 per cent, and to France 
11 per cent. Italy received 5.2 per cent, Spain 3.8 per cent, Belgium 
1.8 per cent, Japan 1.7 per cent, European Russia 1.6 per cent, and 
Canada 1.5 per cent. 

Following are statistics in detail as to the distribution of our cotton 
exports for 1895-1899: 

Value of cotton exported from the United StaleSy by countries of deslinaiion, during each 
fiscal year from 1896 to 1899 ^ inclusive. 



Countries to which 


Years ended June 80— 


Annual average, 


exported. 


1885. 


1896. 


1897. 


1896. 


1899. 


1895-1899. 


United Kingdom 


DoUara. 

104,101,245 

43,078,399 

21.938,213 

9,771,190 

7.671.168 

4,436,068 

806,058 

4,217,658 

3,414,156 

2, 352, '299 

764.688 

714,699 

1.093,588 

66,225 

367,440 


Dollars: 

93,050,467 

41,759,676 

19,506,348 

10,533.092 

8,739,024 

3,539,012 

1,481,056 

,3,693,406 

2,868,749 

1,643,183 

556,471 

648,727 

1,105,531 

703,564 

214,892 

800 


Dollars. 

117,292,717 

50,264,865 

26,110,302 

11,953.274 

8.276.566 

3,082,713 

2,345.016 

3,247,289 

8,137.860 

1.236,447 

1,242.812 

887,311 

472,600 

919,030 

409,691 

9,742 


Dollars. 

105,870,097 

55,269,325 

24,623,876 

11,481.625 

8,181,670 

4.826,6<2 

7.485,526 

3,133,758 

3.997,521 

1,322,676 

1.298.601 

987,724 

746,725 

732.810 

588.923 

370,670 

72,000 


J*. .,';,.,■... 
ft>,-v..r.34 

47. 7 ir,. 761 

21.':W1.^H83 

IUmIi^^ 

7.VM,ilO0 

b. 77.., 784 
2,7^(^793 

1.017.121 

l.itS,;i58 

]. '7^.\7b 

7tij. Gao 

I,tji8.a00 

612, 132 

131.784 

1.710 


DoUars. 

104,008,012 

47.617.788 

■22,881,944 

11,079,780 

8,012.485 

8,901.859 

3,568,688 

3,417,781 

3.292,798 

1.620,385 

1,065,588 

962,927 

824.815 , 

700.104 

438,616 

102,489 

14,742 

11,402 

8,200 1 

8,261 

1.888 > 

1.662 

413 

.265 

90 

70 

68 

52 

45 
86 
83 

1? 

18 
15 
18 
6 
6 
8 
2 
1 


P.d. 
48.74 
22.32 


France 


10.70 


Italy 


5 19 


Spain 


8 76 


Belgium 


1.83 


Japan 


I 67 


Russia, European 

Canada 


1.60 
1.54 


Mexico 

Netherlands 


.71 
.49 


Austria-Hungary 

Sweden and Norway . . 
Denmark 


.45 
.39 


Portugal 


21 


China 


05 


Hongkong 




01 




57,011 

41,000 
9,526 








01 


Azores, and Madeira 
Islands 






1 




Venezuela 


5,281 


1,497 








BHtlRb FftAr TnHiPs, , 


9,180 
1,107 

658 
1,323 

448 


306 




RiXRsia. ABlntio 


6,704 
439 






French West Indies. . . 205 
Arsrentina 1 .... 


583 


187 




Hawaiian Islands ' ' 








Santo Domingo 144 


207 








UrufiTuay 




160 
289 


180 




Cuba 








Newfoundland and 
Labrador 


226 
180 
35 




.01 


Costa Rica 










British West Indies 






132 




Danish West Indies 




139 




Dutch West Indies 






107 
90 
75 




British Africa ' 










Peru 1 










Guatemala 1 




66 






Colombia ' 




10 


18 
26 

7 




Porto Rico ' 








British Honduras 








8 
9 
5 




Portuguese Africa . . . ." 










Nicaragua 
























Total 


201,900,9% 190^0^6, 4G0 ;J;M),«90,97J 

1 [ 


■iaw,9i5a.^l9 2lO,[ftS,576 


213.378, -MS 


IWOO 



BREADSTUFF8. 



Our exports of breadstuffs during 1895-1899 had an average yearly 
value of $212,343,162, almost equaling the cotton shipments in impor- 
tance. Over one-half of the breadstuffs exported during the period 
mentioned found a market in the United Kingdom, the consignments 
to that country forming 53 per cent of the total. Germany and the 
Netherlands furnished the markets of next importance, the former 
country taking 8 per cent and the latter 7.2 per cent. To Canada we 
shipped 5.5 per cent, to Belgium 5 per cent, to France 4.8 per cent, 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY C0UNTRLE8, 1895-1899. 



25 



ftnd to Denmark 2.3 per cent. Brazil was credited with 1.7 per cent, 
British Africa with 1.5 per cent, Hongkong with 1.5 per cent, and the 
British West Indies with 1.4 per cent. 

The following table shows in full the distribution of our exports of 
breadstuffs during 1895-1899: 

Value of breadstuffs exported from the United States, by countries of destination^ during 
each fiscal year from 1896 to 1899, inclusive. 



Countries to which 
exported. 



United Kingdom 

Germany 

Netherlands 

Canada *. — 

Belgium 

France 

Denmarlc 

Brazil 

British Africa 

Hongkong 

British West Indies. . . 

Portugal 

Cubft 

British Australasia 

Mexico 

Sweden and Norway. . 
Portuguese Africa — 

Venezuela 

Italy 

British Guiana 

Hawaiian Islands 

Haiti 

Japan 

French West Indies. . . 

Colombia 

Porto Rico 

G uatemala 

Newfoundland and 

Labrador 

Salvador 

Russia, Asiatic 

Costa Rica 

Spain 

Azores, and Madeira 

Islands 

British East Indies. . . . 
Dutch West Indies. . . . 

Austria- Hungary 

Santo Domingo 

Danish West Indies... 



Nicaragua 

Bermuda 

Gibraltar 

Russia, European 

Dutch Guiana 

Chile 

China 

Ecuador 

British Honduras 

Egypt.. 

Argentina 

Honduras 

French Ocean ia 

Miquelon, Langley, 

etc 

French Africa , 

Peru 

Turkey, European .... 

Canarr Islands 

French Guiana 

British Possessions, 
n.e.B.: 

Malta, Gozo, etc . . 

Auckland, Fiji, 
etc 

Aden 

Falkland Islands 



1896. 



1 1117, J59 
'.j.r. .!29 
7 .'111 J76 



1, 



SI 
ilSO 
101 
176 
:»6 

m 

145 



L 

i,ui^,lJ10 

5G,380 
364,558 
441.429 

12.885 
853,761 

28,239 
686,939 
463.888 
849.507 
270, 470 
530,289 
416,579 
410,804 
486.100 

392,159 
255,625 
88,774 
148,823 
4.432 

98,323 
26,018 
162.268 



176,386 
149,721 
133,922 
145, 443 
121, '287 
849 
80.481 
1.251 
112,238 
64,269 
49.885 



84 
67,517 
49.902 

52,237 
4,107 
11,406 



Years ended June 80— 
1896. 1897. 



2,494 
9,095 



3,051 



Dollars. 

81,709,991 

7. a?!?. 640 

6,907,797 

8. 169, 109 

4,793,161 

2.081,480 

2,9^1,742 

3,iyJ,526 

3,580,433 

2,364.924 

3.059.306 

2,172,014 

774,792 

1,831,935 

925.315 

386.542 

153.016 

927, 191 

600.774 

641.369 

518, 170 

814.294 

300,940 

489,632 

565,963 

521.357 

368.240 

465,235 
268,733 
172,001 
194,301 
80,344 

114,424 

21.736 

175,580 

164 

156,230 

157,385 

159.866 

162.964 

93,463 

110,468 

95,132 

2.214 

56.647 

72,470 

81,819 

119 

969 

64,202 

61,873 

36.442 
8,081 
16,640 



18,195 
16,554 



Dollars. 

108,278,788 

18,029,052 

10.046,205 

9,547,912 

7,876,958 

3,390.563 

6,904,532 

3, 600. 726 

3.998,418 

8,348,914 

2,949.662 

1,381,283 

888,123 

3,076,303 

3,460,203 

287,809 

1,183,913 

812,639 

446,840 

633,098 

623,666 

761.030 

900.613 

582,998 

639, 6(M 

561,498 

600,131 

263,774 
301,048 
216,629 
234,111 
226,477 

220,401 

817, 170 

173,592 

12,984 

179,172 

158,214 

176,563 

147,306 

66,546 

48,602 

100,668 

185.056 

89,572 

44,063 

77,908 

41,617 

2,761 

63,721 

78,817 

M.099 
2,363 
41,502 



16,430 
18, 707 



83 



5,516 
1,320 



lei 



1 ^00 
: 189 

: P24 

] >02 

] m 

i (74 

•29 

j.j.ii.;)95 

1 .a?J,754 

:;. V ►■■.■. -^77 

:-,:>r.' 728 

-Mi.;j/J38 

], 1.^1. 183 

[■n7. .'►49 

J i.-. 719 

lK:ii.:i03 

-.:;J7.H37 
^n.757 

1 . 7:.N ;!99 
7711. (91 
■1M.708 
-"►:. L99 
711L-. J43 

*.-.:. fm 

,.i»ii,J49 
rj)]..-ill 

llK-^, H47 

-1*7 t25 
...-. S98 

i.^7, no 

270,769 

13&, y22 

:-■■'. .■e4 



i ll 



iiS2,J50 
101,806 
313,106 
356,373 
80,379 
73,892 

62,494 
281,049 

97,224 

1,948 

108,490 

35,897 



1,000 



Dollars. 

135,697,742 

28,146,407 

29,801,977 

16,713,216 

17,047,546 

3,934,387 

8,100,504 

3,572,389 

3,833,911 

4,065,710 

2,741,993 

2,543,654 

2,306,172 

512,280 

394,963 

2; 532, 169 

656, 179 

656,885 

898, 113 

756,508 

967,747 

397,223 

745,457 

500,888 

468,212 

587,046 

374,329 

477,146 
193,806 
490,841 
227,810 
618,088 

233,418 

20,380 

166,763 

440,630 

137,689 

148, 156 

160,714 

167,893 

360,859 

284,273 

137,969 

2,897 

121,839 

1W,958 

92,138 

43,490 

5,603 

82,271 

67,713 

72,378 
10,245 
70.617 
189,009 
6,879 
36,742 



49,102 



Annual average, 
1895-1899. 



50 



Dollars. 

112,183,477 

16,914,770 

15,211,907 

11,687,403 

10,655,902 

10,286,931 

4,938,988 

3,531,747 

3,166,538 

3, 153, 152 

2,962,793 

1,980,127 

1,443,876 

1,186,889 

1,077,552 

905,690 

866,566 

792,447 

746,453 

697,681 

697,636 

676,851 

583,945 

556,300 

536.261 

516,448 

442,329 

877,148 
273,822 
231,231 
216, 163 
192,863 

190, 478 
185,184 
176,648 
176, 120 
171, 781 
170, 176 
163,247 
168,035 
144,700 
111,807 
108,714 
105,491 
98,086 
81,622 
80,711 
79,726 
78,158 
69,618 
64,439 

55,530 
60, 169 
47,478 
38,191 
30,398 
23,211 



\\ 12,024 



P.ct. 

52.83 

7.97 • 

7.16 

5.50 

5.02 

4.82 

2.33 

1.66 

1.49 

1.48 

1.40 

.93 

.68 

.56 

.51 

.43 

.41 

.37 

.36 

.83 

.33 

.32 

.28 

.26 

.26 

.24 

.21 

.18 
.13 
.11 
.10 



.09 
.09 
.08 
.08 
.08 
.08 
.08 
.07 
.07 
.05 
.05 
.05 
.06 
.0-1 
.04 
.04 



.03 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.01 



.01 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



26 AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 18»5-18d9. 

Valtie of breadgtuffs earported from the United Stales^ etc. — CDntmued. 



Countries to which 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual ayenffOL 


exported. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1806. 


1899. 


189&-1899. 


Philippine Islands.... 

Tonga, Samoa, etc 

Spanish Possessions, 
n.e.s.: 
Spanish Africa 


DoUars. 
11,293 
5,769 

} 223 

145 
2,286 

500 
1,354 
1,501 

} 831 

200 
17 


Dollars. 
18,290 
7,076 

/ 


DoUars. 
10,068 
7,225 

3,220 


DoUars. 
20O 
8,770 

21,560 

420 

1.639 

8,463 

2,483 

647 

967 

651 


DoOan. 
12,599 
8,746 


DoOars. 
10,490 
7,517 

} 5,267 

4,328 

8,392 

1 694 

844 

711 

} e« 

268 
177 
154 
96 
7 


P.rf. 


Spanish Oceania . . 


t 524 

64 

1,994 

883 

1,047 

393 

f 


890 
7,437 

690 
713 
109 

920 




Africa, n.e.s 

Uruguay 


12,854 

1,600 

3,914 

460 

583 

1,120 




Dutch East Indies 

Liberia 


0.02 


Asia, n.e.s 

German Oceania. . 




Qerman Africa. . . . 


{ ... . 




Bolivia 


^ 290 
38 


143 
161 
250 


508 
339 
159 
316 
83 


201 
832 
359 
167 




Turkey. Asiatic 

Switzerland 




Korea 










Greece 




1 
















Total 


U4. 604, 780 


141,356,993 


197,857,219 


333,897,119 


273,999,699 


212,843,162 


100.00 







MEAT PRODUCTS. 



The meat products sent abroad during 1896-1899 amounted in aver- 
age annual value to $141,601,091. Of these exports the United King- 
dom took 61 per cent, far exceeding all other countries in the extent 
of its requirements. After the United Kingdom, Germany was our 
most important market, purchasing 12 per cent of the total shipments. 
The Netherlands received 7.4 per cent, Belgium 4.4 per cent, and 
France 2.3 per cent. To Cuba we shipped 1.9 per cent, to Canada 1.7 
per cent, to Brazil 1.5 per cent, and to Sweden and Norway 1.2 per 
cent. 

Detailed statistics as to the foreign distribution of our meat prod- 
ucts during 1896-1899 are given in the following table: 



Value of meal products exported from the United StaieSy by countries of destinaiion, during 
each fiscal year from 1896 to 1899 ^ inclusive. 



Countries to which 
exported. 



United Kingdom 

Germany 

Netherlands 

Belgium 

France 

Cuba 

Canada 

Brazil 

Sweden and Norway. . 
BritiHh West Indies. . . . 

Haiti 

Denmark 

Austria-Hungary 

Porto Rico 

Italy 

Venezuela 

British Africa 

British Guiana 

Newfoundland and 
Labrador 



Years ended June 80— 



DoUars. 

13,381,683 

8,636,770 

6,774,351 

4,241,119 

3, 186, 149 

1,627,971 

3,308,023 

780,860 

1,281,262 

1,520,253 

882,468 

1,375 

592,667 

6;^,324 

652, :mo 

171,70t> 

414,663 

861,207 



1896. 



Dollars. 

79,578,930 

12,651,427 

9,109,118 

5,048,672 

3,507,W7 

2,385,287 

2,810,204 

2,500,861 

1,158,647 

1,410,102 

1,117,007 

795, 76t> 

70,091 

620,523 

125,680 

&19,491 

809, 6W 

524,866 

481,667 



1897. 



r;.vi',iioi 

:^ ■^:v;,Li45 

- .:'.r, :«i 
■J ;l'.i J90 
i,9iy,t;28 

1,781,611 
1,062,217 
1,035,971 
913,288 
470,817 
835,946 
519,946 
314,364 
465, 197 
568, 3-12 

335,667 



Dollars. 

95,268,068 

22.636,972 

12,022,668 

7,811,437 

2,176,692 

2,213,628 

3,256,826 

1,534,583 

1,123, WO 

1,1^,083 

727,310 

930,397 

1,205,092 

462.464 

615,714 

506,579 

587,094 

353,150 

281, 4U. 



Dollars. 

95,897,548 

23,199,078 

13,827,098 

6,818,080 

8,896,119 

2,991,563 

2,744,956 

1,699,100 

4,285,022 

1,240,591 

MS, 833 

1,259,351 

1,336,970 

561,665 

1,M3,M8 

439,391 

838,647 

367,883 

408,485 



Annual average, 
189&-1899. 



17. lf:C 482 
10,5^^5.760 



l'^3 



1. IV, ITS 
:CH67 
]«>i.S36 

I 102 



551,453 
532.546 
522,600 
495,097 
898,472 



P.Ct, 

60.92 

12.12 

7.44 

4.37 

2.28 

1.85 

1.68 

1.53 

1.18 

.87 

.68 

.61 

.42 

.39 

.38 

.87 

.35 

.28 



3?2, 667^1 .26 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AGJaXOULTUBAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1896-1899. 27 

y<due of meal produds exported froni the United Stales, etc. — Continued. 



Countries to which 
exported. 



Mexico 

French West Indies... 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Costa Rica.... 

Japan 

Bntlsh Australasia 

Dutch Qulana 

Hawaiian Islands 

Guatemala 

Bermuda 

Santo Domingo 

British Honduras 

Portuguese Africa 

Nicaragua 

Russia, European 

Danish West Indies... 
Dutch West Indies. . . . 

Chile 

Russia, Asiatic 

Hongkong 

French Quiana 

Peru 

China 

Spain 

British Possessions, 
n.e.s.: 

Malta, Gozo, etc... 

Aden 

Auckland. Fiji, 
etc 

Falkland Islands . 

Honduras 

Miquelon, Langley. 

etc 

Gibraltor 

Argentina 

French Oceania 

Salvador 

British East Indies. . . . 

Uruguay 

Poriugal 

Philippine Islands 

French Africa 

Canary Islands 

Dutch East Indies 

Azores, and Madeira 

Islands 

Liberia 

Africa, n.e.s 

Turkey, European 

Tonga, Samoa, etc 

Greece 

German Possessions: 

German Oceania.. 

German Africa 

Madagascar 

Switzerland 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Bolivia 

A8ia,n.e.s 

Spanish Possessions, 
n. e. s.: 

Spanish Oceania . . 

Spanish Africa 

Korea 

Paraguay 



Yean ended June SO— 



1886. 



Total. 



DoOan. 
275,049 
845,915 
192,610 
259,564 
151,705 
847,507 
122,629 
136,073 

99,783 
158,047 

84,307 
137,740 

73,786 
542 

64,134 



65,549 
51,785 
19,875 
89,114 
25,928 
26,790 
20,557 
23,751 
55,444 



9,454 



20,526 

15,544 
487 

8,470 
15,185 

9,147 

5,979 
16,516 

6,440 



6,513 
1,811 

2,600 

1,876 

18 



1,451 



11 
203 

658 



829 
542 



140 



128,583,413 



1896. 



DoUari. 

858,942 

817,027 

186,842 

178,750 

103,667 

55,563 

149,988 

134,725 

105,869 

194,822 

106,112 

91,727 

87,819 

44,744 

89,498 

17,100 

56,756 

44,946 

57,105 

71,563 

24,554 

28,640 

22,789 

26,622 

44,847 



2,218 



19,669 

12,891 
1.918 
9,365 

11,107 

13,160 
644 

10,471 
4,869 
1,454 
8.892 
4.417 
8,940 

7,518 

6,131 

791 

67 

1,171 



4,355 



251 
16 
326 



184 



126,975,700 



18&7. 



DoUars. 

444,256 

808,758 

228,092 

194.553 

121,867 

81,002 

141,857 

128,459 

104,256 

124,628 

104,622 

68.926 

80,722 

82,617 

68,766 

1,463 

58,686 

42,499 

81,297 

29,127 

54,869 

29,257 

86,296 

28,469 

15,270 



941 
63 



14,161 

11,781 
2,691 
8,677 
10,925 
16,605 
4,927 
4,897 
2,862 
259 
5,652 
4,873 
5,890 

1,298 
1,783 
4,760 



914 
8,200 

2.088 



165 
80 
429 
3 
126 
565 



128,140,632 



1896. 



DoOars. 
922,979 



194,849 

160,488 

165,107 

106,200 

118.803 

181,859 

146,062 

87,711 

188,028 

78,656 

91,090 

102,022 

88,487 

89.715 

95,064 

46,687 

45,803 

18,466 

85,814 

89,405 

46,180 

42,892 

27,727 



88,177 
188 



24,157 

14,457 

16,867 

15,958 

6,830 

4,863 

6,282 

4,562 

10,277 

534 

6,644 

1,^70 

3,851 

1,666 
2,208 
1,662 
1,870 
2,401 



841 



875 
573 

248 
104 
298 
210 



312 
202 



157,126,642 



1899. 



DoUan, 

887,029 

203,624 

185,759 

164,263 

163,159 

109,361 

162,003 

131,720 

196,788 

78,912 

144,434 

66.887 

84,498 

156,515 

76,210 

820,624 

56,406 

89,987 

52,913 

49,287 

56,734 

48,459 

44,444 

47,417 

19,721 



61,956 
1,278 



22,632 

16,948 

60,182 

17,061 

8,526 

6,948 

26,771 

8,978 

8,746 

26,954 

4,574 

8,714 

8,099 

1,701 
2,404 
2.984 
8,825 
2.919 



2,904 



2,947 
751 

1,888 
837 



488 
'229 



166,679,166 



Annual average, 



Dollars. 
867,661 
281.635 
197,530 
189.524 
141,001 
189,927 
187,846 
181,667 
180.561 
128,723 
114.501 
87,677 
83,483 
77,288 
76,409 
75,780 
65,496 
44,961 
41,299 
40,499 
39,480 
84,610 
84,048 
88,880 
82,502 



21,864 



20,209 

14,813 
14, 119 
10,884 
10,515 
9,844 
8,711 
7,985 
6,689 
5,840 
5,363 
4,177 
8,518 

2,957 
2,880 
2,042 
1,952 
1,771 
1,640 



1,244 

981 
761 
467 
802 
283 
277 



255 

46 
13 



141,601,091 100.00 



P.d. 
0.26 
.20 
.14 
.13 
.10 
.10 
.10 
.09 
.09 
.09 
.06 
.06 
.06 
.05 
.06 
.05 
.06 
.08 
.08 
.03 
.08 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.02 



.02 



.01 

.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



\ .08 



LIVE ANIMALS. 



Live animals were exported during 1895-1899 to the average yearly 
value of $41,067,569. They were sent chiefly to the United Kingdom, 
that country taking 88 per cent of the total. Canada received 3 per 



o 



28 



AGMOUIiTUEAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTBIES, 1895-1899. 



cent, Germany 2.2 per cent, Cuba 2.2 per cent, and lielgium 1.3 per 
cent. 

Following is a detailed statement, by countries, of our exports of 
liye animals during 1895-1899: 

VcUue of live animals exported from the United States, by couniries of destinaiiony during 
each fiscal year from 1896 to 1899, indusive. 



Countries to which 
exported. 



Years ended June 80— 



United Kingdom 

Canada 

Germany 

Cuba 

Belgium 

Mexico 

France 

Bermuda 

British West Indies . . . 

Hawaiian Islands 

British Africa 

Netherlands 

Guatemala 

French West Indies... 

British Guiana 

British Honduras 

Italy 

Venezuela 

British Australasia. . . . 

Costa Rica 

Honduras 

Haiti 

Argentina 

Colombia 

Danish West Indies . . . 

Santo Domingo 

Nicamgua 

Salvador 



1895. 



Dollars. 

31,803,197 

903,521 

902,197 

24,163 

442,780 

159,541 

940,811 

189,283 

88,290 

47,137 

4,290 

41,440 

67,434 

17,000 

40,222 

12,855 

15,000 

19,344 

3,885 

3.200 

72 

4,575 



and 



Porto Rico 

Brazil 

Hongkong 

Africa, n. e. B . . 

Japan 

Newfoundland 

Labrador 

Spain 

Sweden and Norway. . 

Dutch West Indies 

Dutch Guiana 

China 

French Guiana 

Gibraltar 

Chile 

French Oceania 

Russia, European 

Tonga, Samoa, etc 

Ecuador 

British East Indies 

Austria-Hungary 

Peru 

Denmark 

Miquelon.Langley.etc 

Portugal 

Portuguese Africa — 



247 
5,869 

690 
1,338 
4,206 
6,000 
1,126 
1,523 

300 



60 
1,000 



60 

1,308 

594 



116 



97 
10 
100 
175 



1896. 



Dollars. 

38,421,223 

1,019,730 

623,666 

121,881 

480,759 

349,864 

86,190 

174,840 

124,330 

45,647 

24,044 

69,200 

114,679 

39,880 

20,891 

45.536 

3,250 

13, 175 

398 

4,366 

2,985 

15,762 

11,100 

5,721 

2,000 

610 

1,067 

3,958 

200 

1,678 

4,027 

2,260 



310 
3,600 



762 



25 



150 
145 



240 



Total 35,7M,045 I 41,840,969 



1897. 



Dollars. 

39,278,229 

1,059,714 

901,738 

433,089 

599,419 

423,686 

8,525 

131,772 

119,899 

108,557 

99,582 

178,512 

60,373 

43,001 

25,210 

17,713 

1,030 

14,732 

15,180 

5,515 

6,893 

4,698 

925 

201 

1,760 

2,558 

6,168 

1,440 

5,100 

4,890 

477 

2,160 



1,425 
25 



:» 

44 
220 
1,850 
71 
1,250 
440 



160 

ioo' 



245 
200 



125 
40 

15 



Dollars. 

39,541,618 

2,120,900 

1,183,355 

1,582,421 

746,525 

264,858 

12,180 

151,828 

155,198 

92,099 

206,496 



6,874 

18,906 

32,732 

8,725 

24,206 

6,077 

18,628 

27,222 

12,982 

2,691 

8,320 

7,107 

5,358 

2.146 

424 

924 



1,002 

1,066 

600 



700 

473 

4,000 

26 

286 



490 
60 



300 



43,568,461 I 46,243,406 



1899. 



Dollars. 
31,948,280 

1,014,662 
961,581 

2,367,794 
476,797 
837,193 
2,540 
153,920 
135,378 
246,138 
121,742 



1,401 

31,156 

26,936 

1,890 

12,341 

2,801 

14,130 

6,058 

14,635 

1,138 

8,425 

8,682 

13 

4,761 

1,545 



76 
1,617 
1,357 
1,360 
6,900 
3,277 

80 



2,855 

33 

284 

260 

1,076 



200 
366' 
"236" 



175 



75 



37,880,916 



Annual average, 
1895-1899. 



Dollars. 

, 36,198,510 

1,223,708 

908,607 

905,870 

549,256 

306,928 

210,049 

160,829 

124,619 

107,916 

91,231 

57,830 

60,152 

29,968 

29,198 

17,844 

11,165 

11,026 

10,444 

9,272 

7,508 

5,772 

8,754 

3,392 

8,000 

2,153 

2.108 

2,106 

2,075 

2,042 

1,690 

1,882 

1,180 

1,154 



800 
690 
487 
884 
820 
291 
260 
177 
129 
122 



67 



41,067,669 



P. a. 

88.17 
2.98 
2,21 
2.21 
1.84 
.75 
.51 
.89 
.80 
.26 
.22 
.14 
.12 
.07 
.07 
.04 
.03 
.03 
.08 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



.06 



100.00 



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AGBICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



29 



Of tobacco we sent abroad during 1895-1899 annual shipments 
amounting in average value to $24,544,115. The United Kingdom, 
Germany, and Italy were the three principal markets. Our consign- 
ments to the United Kingdom formed 34 per cent of the total, those to 
Germany 17 per cent, and those to Italy 11 per cent. France was cred- 
ited with 9 per cent, Belgium with 7.9 per cent, the Netherlands with 
5.3 per cent, and Canada with 4.6 per cent. To Spain we shipped 2.9 
per cent, to Japan 2.2 per cent, and to British Australasia 1.2 per 
cent. 

The following table shows the distribution, by countries, of our 
tobacco exports for 1895-1899: 

Value of tobacco exported from the United States^ by cotiniries of desHnatiorij during each 
fiscal year from 1896 to 1899^ inclusive. 



Countries to which 
exported. 



United Kingdom 

GennAny 

Italy 

France 

Beleiom 

Netherlands 

Canada 

Spain 

Japan 

Bntiflh Australasia 

British Africa 

Mexico 

British West Indies... 

Haiti 

Gibraltar 

Sweden and Norway. . 

Canary Islands 

British Guiana 

French Africa 

French West Indies... 

Portugal 

Denmark 

Venezuela 

Uruguay 

Aufltria-Hungary 

Newfoundland and 

Labrador 

Costa Rica 

Dutch West Indies.... 

China 

Argentina 

Dutch Quiana 

Danish West Indies... 

Colombia 

Braril 

French Guiana 

British Honduras 

British East Indies.... 
British PosBsessions, 

n.e.a: 
Malta, Goxo»etc... 

other 

Portuguese Africa 

Nicaragua 

Cuba?:. 

Azores, and Madeira 



18d5. 



Dollars. 

:,'10,388 
-238,423 
^■,^1,098 
-. ^32.006 
L] 27,383 

1 >06,018 
7,340 
-58,079 
93,197 
l>6,847 
r 18, 156 
105.542 
I J5,670 
52,069 
%,225 
15,626 
33,340 
37,996 
600 
28,438 
23,017 
87,161 



1896, 



Years ended June 30— 
1897. 



15,158 

17,588 

4,782 

1,065 

1,795 

9,355 

7,332 

2,525 

286 

1,885 

510 

1,143 



2,659 

100 
3,745 



4,621 



Dollars. 

8,265,289 

4,034,342 

2.874,473 

2,614,605 

2,216,921 

1, 152, 136 

1,073,976 

988,140 

12, M8 

286,788 

82,296 

160,685 

132,930 

92,101 

105,431 

84,778 

45,940 

50,966 

13, 171 

43,580 

21,394 

12,695 

17,973 

20,621 

40,324 

26,872 
18,885 
23,408 
690 
6,996 
9,167 
9,764 
2,745 
6,420 
8,998 
1,448 



{ !' 



,515 



700 
1,254 



613 



1898. 



Dollars. 

8,121,335 

4,650,021 

2,632,730 

1,832,903 

2,307,305 

1,556.010 

1,535,640 

738,730 

65.124 

261,312 

148,985 

109. 152 

113,555 

83,693 

59,044 

136,566 

61,066 

35,210 

38,530 

37,193 

5,894 

38,766 

28,547 

15,440 

9,800 

18,192 
11,953 
7,9(M 
6,952 
5,020 
8,315 
9,083 
2,405 
1,733 
3,250 
2,617 
8,933 



2,852 
2, 



751 
471 



Dollars. 

8. 575, 626 

4,325,743 

2,620,882 

1.724,682 

1,227,488 

1,103,176 

676, 035 

298,997 

197,036 

332,369 

143,022 

135,636 

131,392 

116,732 

113,960 

42,953 

34,364 

47, 917 

75,677 

35,482 

5,660 

21,168 

15, 153 

15,174 



24,960 
20,156 
12, 14H 
18,116 
12,984 
11,358 
14,661 
8,057 
5,996 
4,520 
7,257 
2,407 



2.977 

880 

1,230 

634 



1899. 



Dollars. 

7.821,659 

4,013,782 

3,287,343 

1,918,624 

1,521,879 

1,586,485 

1,246,583 



I Annual average, 
1895-1899. 



2,414,482 
374,299 
260,542 
143,786 
110,826 
84,562 
27.352 
81,900 
52,549 
40, 476 
41,826 
44,()37 
118,443 
26,635 
19,840 
15,806 
54,060 

5,422 
14,251 
15,646 
35,899 
24, 677 
10,611 
7,561 
6,449 
5,453 
5,427 
7,081 
3,606 



302 



8,985 
2,851 
6,499 

962 



Dollars. 

8,415,971 

4,186,855 

2,740,770 

2,198,383 

1,941,120 

1,305,038 

1,122,961 

706,377 

637,386 

304,570 

145,608 

141,221 

121,372 

96,526 

88,291 

75,653 

49,829 

44,039 

40,509 

39,778 

30,378 

25,520 

20,906 

20,838 

20,837 

18,121 
16,567 
12,768 
12,5-12 
10, 294 
9, 761 
9,()80 
4,436 
3,978 
3,816 
3,783 
3,218 



2,119 
1,896 
1,546 

1,460 



P.ct. 

34.29 

17.06 

11.17 

8.96 

7.91 

5.32 

4.58 

2.88 

2.19 

1.24 

.59 

.58 

.49 

.39 

.36 

.31 

.20 

.18 

.16 

.16 

.12 

.10 

.08 

.08 

.08 

.07 
.07 
.05 
.05 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.01 



.01 
.01 
.01 

.01 



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30 AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 

Value of tobacco ea^porUd from the United States^ etc. — Continued. 



Countries to which 




Years ended June 30— 




Annual average, 


exported. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 

DoUars. 
1,387 
44 


1896. 


1899. 


1895-1899. 


Honduraa 

Guatemala 


Dollars. 
964 
55 


Dollars. 
2,559 
2,043 


Dollars. 

472 

2,012 

•2,686 

GO 

25 

427 

295 

25 


DoUars. 
446 


Dollars. 
1,166 
831 
587 
440 
881 
356 
193 
137 
133 
123 
118 
91 
88 
59 
40 
19 
16 


P.eL 


gpnnf^h AfricA 






Africa, n. c. B 1 




1,950 

1,600 

355 

179 


•200 




Hongkong 


280 
420 
192 
660 




Liberia 

Switzerland 


268 
113 


311 
185 




Salvador 


628 


35 




f 002 


German Oceania 






616 




Russia. Asiatic 






592 




Hawaiian IfllandM 


130 






27-2 
50 




Chile- 


210 






Santo Domingo 

£cuador 


296 






120 


81 






Russia, European 


96 






Porto Rico 






80 

















Total 


25,798,968 


24,571,362 


24,711,446 


22,171,580 


25,467,218 


24,544,115 


100.00 







OIL CAKE AN1> OIL-CAKE MEAL. 



Our exports of oil cake and oil-cake meal during 1895-1899 had an 
average annual value of $10,375,373. The^e products were marketed 
chiefly in the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, 
and Denmark. The United Kingdom took 32 per cent of the total, 
Germany 29 per cent, the Netherlands 13 per cent, Belgium 13 per 
cent, and Denmark 8.2 per cent. To France we sent 3.4 per cent, 
and to the British West Indies 1.3 per cent. 

Following is a table showing, by countries,the exports of oil cake 
and oil-cake meal during 1895-1899: 



Value of oil cake and oil-cake meal exported from the United Slates^ by countries of detti' 
natiouj during eachfiscod year from 1895 to 1899y inclusive. 



Countries to which 
exp<jrtcd. 



Years ended June 30— 



1895. 



United Kingdom 

Germany 

Netherlands 

Belgium 

Denmark 

France 

British West Indies...! 

Canada | 

Danish West Indies. . 

British Guiana 

French West Indies. . 

British Africa 

Brazil 

Bermuda 

Newfoundland and 

Labrador , 

Italy 

Sweden and Norway. 

Austria-Hungary 

Cuba 

British Honduras 

Dutch Guiana 

Porto Rico 

Venezuela 

French Guiana 

Mexico 



Dollars. 

3,216,971 

2,339,885 

^m, 197 

519,321 

300,178 

70,977 

152, 124 

45,386 

4,723 

8,917 

2,322 

458 

190 

424 



2 
40 

114 
121 
187 



37 



Dollars. 

3,506,715 

1.989,558 

827,114 

1,206,719 

190,563 

123,745 

122.497 

22,866 

4. 123 

2,625 

1,048 

1,106 

298 



50 

15 

121 



100 



1897. 



DoUars. 

3,170,883 

2,827,285 

1,265,979 

1,449,283 

482,751 

266,749 

124,006 

9,833 

6,163 

2,737 

783 

923 

2,810 

346 

607 



95 
538 



200 



189d. 



DoUars. 

3,295.959 

3,797,848 

1,753,535 

1,534,995 

1,371,341 

647,953 

149,022 

86,626 

6,821 

3,496 



504 



45 
1.256 



170 
20 

197 

48 

3 

28 



DoUars. 

3.547.924 

4.037,804 

2.389,803 

1,782,999 

1,896,724 

667,519 

144,000 

63,556 

8,162 

4,493 

985 

1,177 

24 

483 

1,173 



,115 
900 
400 

12 
184 

88 



124 



Annual average, 
1895-1899. 



DoUars. 
8,847,691 
2,968,376 
1,348,844 
1,296,663 
848,811 , 
855,389: 
188,330 
85,633 
6,798 ■ 
8,434 
1,149 
1.015 ! 
664 I 
431 I 
I 
345 
251 
223 
180 
133 
132' 
115 I 
106 I 
38 

29 I 



P. a. 

22.-11 

28. » 

13. CO 

12.52 

8. IS 

3.4i 

1.J3 

.34 

.06 

.03 

.01 

.01 

.01 



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AGRICULTUBAL EXPOBTS, BY 0OUNTBIE8, 1895-1899. 31 

Value of oil cake and oil-cake meal exported from the United Stales, etc, — (Continued. 



Countries to which 




Years ended June 30— 




Annoal average, 


exported. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 

Dollars. 
2 


1899. 


1896-1899. 


British Australasia. . . . 


DoOan. 


DoOars^ 


Dollars. 
86 


DoOars. 
8 
62 


Dollars. 
18 
18 
10 
6 
6 
4 
3 
1 


P.cL 


Hongkong 




16 
50 
12 














Dutch West Indies.... 
Costa Rica 


9 


7 


2 
29 


2 




Spain 








20 




JHcaragua 

Haiti 


8 


11 


3 






8 






GnatfniAlA i 












Total 















7.166,687 


7,949,647 


9,611,044 


12,601,820 , 14,548,766 


10,376,373 ] 


00.00 



VBQETABLE OILS. 



Vegetable oils were marketed abroad during 1895-1899 to the aver- 
age yearly value of $9,655,831. France took the largest share, the 
shipments to that country forming 26 per cent of the total. The 
Netherlands afforded the second market in importance, taking 19 per 
cent. The United Kingdom stood third with 11 per cent, Germany 
fourth with 10 per cent, and Austria-Hungaiy fifth with 7.8 per cent. 
To Italy we exported 5 per cent, to Belgium 4.8 per cent, to Mexico 
4.2 per cent, to Bi-azil 2.1 per cent, to Canada 1.8 per cent, and to 
French Africa 1.5 per cent. 

The distribution of the vegetable oils exported during 1895-1899 is 
shown in detail by the following table: 

Value of vegetable oils exported from the United States, by countries of destination, during 
each fiscal year from 1896 to 1899, inclusive. 



Countries to which 
exported. 



Years ended June 30— 



1896. 



Tnmce 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom 

Germany , 

AustriarHungary 

Italy , 

Belgium 

Mexico 

Brazil 

Canada 

French Africa , 

French West Indies... 
British West Indies.. 
Sweden and Norway. , 

Gibraltar 

Uruguay , 

Denmark , 

British Australasia. . . 
Santo Domingo 

BrltUh Guiana! '.'.'.'.'.'. 

Argentina 

Cnha 

Venezuela , 

Hawaiian Islands 

Colombia 

Ecuador , 

Newfoundland and 

Labrador 

Salvadot 



Dollars. 

800,780 

2,189,681 

1,142,728 

1.072,495 

608,982 

291.634 

76,968 

427,966 

224,432 

171,871 

70.837 

61.390 

63,862 

6.216 

48,960 

36.888 

200 

16,987 

17.611 

1.194 

20,168 

18,961 

8,974 

14,068 

7,612 

6,124 

14,290 

3,791 
8,246 



1896. 



Dollars. 

1.880,181 

1,817,962 

791, 178 

371,817 

426,120 

229,465 

291.318 

866,289 

174,931 

149.146 

81,670 

72,690 

64,463 

41,411 

102,983 

49.469 

16,712 

27,203 

16.832 

9,030 

16.003 

19,106 

8,030 

11,840 

4.406 

7,371 

10,960 

6,921 
8,609 



1897. 



Dollars. 

2,648,194 

1,760,431 

692,684 

762, 490 

623.293 

227,670 

636,640 

844,071 

174,629 

119,733 

119,813 

105,466 

88,076 

76,673 

94,722 

62, 129 

22,636 

25.162 

17,287 

20,486 

18,443 

15,647 

1,995 

9,774 

4,646 

6,766 

867 



7,407 



Dollars. 

3,664,850 

1,664,815 

1,053,656 

1,295,299 

1.170,207 

1,060,566 

487,371 

848,503 

289,570 

213,692 

193,083 

110,162 

89,130 

81,614 



71,634 

71,899 

29,876 

29,606 

84,075 

22,416 

6,456 

6,140 

4,893 

9,233 

6,586 

4,197 

7,661 
8,140 



Dollars. 

4,078,917 

2.151,323 

1,732,063 

1,381,379 

1,014,297 

661,796 

918,206 

620, 773 

196,989 

203,837 

226,339 

116,207 

69,464 

81,710 

38,763 

66,804 

156,381 

20,782 

32,469 

41,103 

21,478 

30,682 

42,086 

6,063 

9,936 

8,670 

1,626 



10,822 
6,032 



Annual average, 
1896-1899. 



DoUars. 

2,612,585 

1,816,820 

1,062,442 

976, 596 

747,380 

474,206 

461,901 

401,318 

202,090 

171,656 

138,348 

93, 181 

72,997 

67,325 

57,074 

56,185 

63,646 

23,802 

22,669 

21,177 

19,502 

17,168 

12,445 

9,128 

7,146 

7,101 

6,386 



Ret. 

26.29 

19.01 

11.12 

10.'22 

7.82 

4.96 

4.83 

4.20 

2.11 

1.80 

1.45 

.97 

.76 

.GO 

.60 

.58 

.56 

.25 

.24 

.22 

.20 

.18 

.13 

.10 

.07 

.07 

.07 



6,786 .06 
4^667 .S 

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32 AGEICULTUBAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTBIES, 

Value of vegetable oils exported from the United StaieSj etc, — Continaed. 



Countries to which 
exported. 



Russia, European 

Nicaragua 

Guatemala 

Haiti 

British PosBeasions, 
n.e.8.: 

Malta, Gozo, etc... 

Other 

Chile 

Spain 

Danish West Indies... 

Costa Rica 

BritiiOi Africa 

Porto Rico 

Japan 

Honduras 

Peru 

China 

Russia, Asiatic 

British East Indies.... 
Miquelon,Langley,etc 

French Guiana 

Portuguese Africa 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Dutch West Indies — 

French Oceania 

Bermuda 

Dutch Guiana 

Canary Islands 

British Honduras 

Korea 

Spanish Possessions, 
n.e.s.: 

Spanish Africa 

Spanish Oceania.. 

Turkey, European 

Philippine Islands 

Dutch East Indies .... 

Hongkong 

Tonga, Samoa, etc 

Azores, and Madeira 
Islands 



Total 7,342,112 



Yeans ending June 30— 



1896. 



Dollars. 
1,839 
6,859 
4, 161 
6,946 



448 

1,618 

6,757 
687 

2,223 
779 
853 
108 

1,193 
440 



508 
275 
28 
105 



257 
69 
364 
568 
804 
247 



DoOart. 
6,454 
4,091 
4,784 
6,171 



775 



1,770 

87 

1,563 

1,749 

2,067 

2,116 

635 

866 

892 



1897. 



Dollars. 
4,475 
8,261 
6,287 
8,947 



1,256 



475 



198 

127 I 
657 I 
45 . 



1,113 

181 

8,212 

3,346 

1,477 

838 

148 

579 

1,121 



860 


340 


616 


492 


96 


419 


245 


366 



393 
26 
227 
169 
270 
125 



1899. 



DoUars. 
4,503 
8,906 
3,866 
8,006 



6,666 



25 



5,877 
4,562 
4,849 
1,319 
2,420 

457 
1,639 
1,337 
1.311 

160 



Dollars. 
5,450 
5,190 
2,845 
2,808 

11,538 



322 
108 



143 



96 
'126 



6,097,022 8,511,618 12,019,069 



4,267 
1,309 
1,878 
3,410 
4.072 
3.685 
8,666 
1.661 

580 
3.099 
2,010 

138 

613 
1,623 

678 
26 

118 
1.234 

199 

213 



371 

800 



Annual average, 
1895-1899. 



80 , 

m 

"25 



13,809,336 



DoUars. 
4,544 
4,461 
4,386 
4,374 



4,136 

2.909 

2,579 

2.436 

2,409 

2,163 

1.590 

1,199 

1,127 

869 

652 

497 

480 

476 

421 

349 

345 

sa5 

287 
276 
269 
246 
IH6 
160 



P.(t 
0.05 



.02 
.(E 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 



9,655.»31 100.00 



DAIRY PRODUCTS. 



The dairy products exported from the United States during 1895- 
1899 had an average annual value of $7,862,358. Nearly two-thirds 
of our total shipments went to the United Kingdom, that country 
being credited with 65 per cent. Next to the United Kingdom, Can- 
ada was our most important market, taking 14 per cent To the 
British West Indies we shipped 2.6 per cent, to Cuba, 2.4 per cent, 
and to Germany, 2 per cent. Denmark took 1.8 per cent, Haiti 1.2 
per cent, Brazil 1.1 per cent, Venezuela 1.1 per cent, and Japan 
1 per cent. 



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33 



Detailed statistics as to the distribution of our shipments of dairy 
produce during 1895-1899 are presented in the following table: 



Value of dairy 



\edJrom ike United StateSy by countries of destination^ dur- 
year from 1896 to 1899 y inclusive. 



Annual average, 
1895-1899. 




Countries to which 
exported. 



United Kingdom 

Canada 

British West Indies... 

Cuba 

(lermany 

Denmark 

Haiti 

Bra7.il 

Venezuela 

Japan 

Mexico 

Bermuda 

Hawaiian Islands 
Sweden and Norway. . ' 

Colombia | 

French West Indies. . . \ 

China ! 

British Guiana 
British Honduras 
Newfoundland and 

Labrador 

CoRtaRica 

Hongkong 

Nicaragua 

DutcliWest Indies... 
8anto Domingo 

V\^T\o Rico 

Danish West Indies. 

Guatemala 

British Africa 

Honduras 

French Guiana ' 

French Oceania 
British Australasia 

Ecuador 

Miquelon, Langley, etc 
British East Indies. 
Philippine Islands . 

Peru.:. 

Salvador 
Russia, Asiatic 

Belgium 

Pi^rtugnese Africa 

France 

I'niguay 

British PoflsenBions, 
n.c.8.: 

Malta, GoEO, etc.. 

Aden. 

Other 

Dutch Guiana 

Italy.... 

Portugal 

Chile 

Tonga, Samoa, etc 
Argentina 

Spain 

Africa,n.e.8 
Dutch East Indies 

Liberia ; 

(Gibraltar ' 

Netherlands 
French East Indies 
RtiNsia, European 

Asia.n.e.s 

Canary Islands 

ifadagiMca r 

1217— No. 



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34 AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 

Value of dairy pToducLs exported from the United States^ etc. — Continued. 



Countrio« to which 




Year 


s ended Jun 
1897. 

Dollars. 


b30— 
1898. 

Dollars. 

44 
2 
7 


1899. 
Dollars. 
32 


Annual average, 


exported. 


1895. 


1896. 
DoUars. 

{ 


1895-1899. 


Spanish PosseflsionH, 
n. t'.s.: 

Spanish Oceania.. 

Si>anish Africa 

Bf>llvia 


Dollars. 

} - 


DoUars. 

1 ;; 

11 
10 

9 
6 
6 
2 


P.d 










• 76' 




CJerman Oceania 






66 
20 

19 




Turkey, Asiatic 




4 

16 


13 
4 


12 

7 
32 
15 




Azores, and Madeira 
Islands 






Turlcey, European 






Greece 








i5 




French Africa 






8 










1 




Total 


6,682,857 


6,299,570 


9,654,395 


9,095,759 


7,629,211 


7,862,358 )O0.00 









FRUITS AND NUTS. 



Our exports of fruits and nuts during 1895-1899 amounted in aver- 
age yearly value to $7,060,191. The United Kingdom, Canada, and 
German}^ afforded the principal markets. To the United Kingdom 
we shipped 44 per cent of the totals to Canada 14 per cent, and to 
Germany 13 per cent. The remaining exports went chiefly to the 
Netherlands, France, Belgium, and British Australasia. The Nether- 
lands took 7.7 per cent, France 5.7 per cent, Belgium 4.4 per cent, and 
British Australasia 3.5 per cent.' 

The following table gives the distribution by countries of our 
exports of fruits and nuts for 1895-1899: 

Value of fruits and mds exported from the United States, by countries of destination, dur- 
ing each fiscal year from 1895 to 1899, inclusive. 



Countries to which 
exported. 



Yeara ended June 30— 



1895. 



United Kingdom.... 

Canada 

Germany 

Netherlands 

France 

Belgium 

British Australasia. . 

Mexico 

British Africa 

Culm 

Hawaiian Itsland-s. . . 

Honglcong 

British West Indies. 

Bermuda 

Sweden and Norway 

Jafmn 

China 

Denmark 

Brazil 

Guatemala 

Venezuela 

British East Indies.. 
Portuguese Africa. . . 

British Guiana 

Salvador 



Dollars. 

2,908,277 

748,409 

291,645 

218,046 

72,683 

86,107 

150,815 

54,468 

16,233 

70. Ill 

88,729 

36,998 

25,635 

84,220 

10,659 

19.672 

13,946 

7,357 

18,299 

18,675 

18,663 

13,720 

71 

9,800 

13,010 



1896. 



Dollars. 

2,169,873 

974,903 

715,254 

643,960 

174,456 

262,051 

219,618 

78.497 

34,893 

{>1,479 

88,916 

35,682 

25,855 

20,060 

14,674 

17,362 

14,358 

13,801 

12,669 

19, a^ 

17,221 

14,187 

8,611 

9,796 

12,229 



1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


8,688,577 


3,862.421 


8,282,730 


744,830 


1,194,472 


1,144,283 


1,080,304 


1,697,706 


892,876 


698,701 


610,338 


547,280 


801,380 


747,389 


700,628 


361,474 


519. 138 


817,008 


811.525 


293,757 


260,511 


72,654 


58,513 


75,920 


66,094 


75,318 


99,734 


47,519 


88.175 


64,683 


45,829 


46.583 


81,779 


34,630 


43,471 


67,718 


27,746 


24,236 


27,238 


20,178 


23,681 


22, 526 


19,284 


84,aT8 


37,961 


18,190 


25,625 


84,783 


18,119 


81,785 


g,761 


5,290 


17,937 


27,177 


11,528 


11,848 


17,208 


19, 131 


7,421 


5,746 


16,218 


9,882 


7.272 


13, 175 


12,853 


12,346 


12,515 


14.788 


15,919 


11,244 


10,035 


9.203 


12, 546 


6,512 


2,200 



Annual average. 
1895-1899. 



Dollars. 

3.081,376 

961.380 

93.5.557 

543.665 

399.306 

809,156 

247,245 

68,011 

58.455 

54,998 

50. '267 

48,700 

26,042 

24,131 

23,327 

23,116 

20,894 

14.312 

14.309 

13,986 

13,851 i 

13,256- 

10,381 

10.016 

9,299 1 



P.rt. 
43.64 
13.62 
13.25 
7. 70 
5.66 
4.38 
S.JO 
.96 
.83 
.7S 
.71 
.62 
.37 
M 
.83 
.33 
.29 
.30 
.20 
.30 
.30 
.19 
.15 
.It 
.13 



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AGEICULTURAL EXP0BT8, BY COUNTBIE8, 1895-1899. 35 

yalue of fruita and rvuis exported from the Untied StaieSy £?<c.— Continued. 



Countries to which 
exported. 



and 



Colombia , 

Nicaragua 

Newfoundland 

Labrador 

Russia, Asiatic 

Argentina 

Costa Rica 

British Honduras . . . 

Haiti 

Porto Rico 

French Oceania — 

Chile 

Dutch West Indies. . 

Honduras 

Russia, European . . . 
Austria-Hungary . . . 

Santo Domingo 

Tonga, Samoa, etc . . . 
Danish West Indies. 

Peru 

Ecuador 

French West Indies. . . 

French Quiana 

Italv 

Philippine Islands — 

Dutch Guiana 

MiQuelon,Langley,etc. 

Switzerland 

Africa, n.e.B 

Korea 

Spanish PoflsesBions, 
n.e.s.: 

Spanish Oceania.. 

Spanish Africa 

German Possessions: 

German Oceania. . 

German Africa... 
British Possessions, 
n.e.s.: 

Aden 

Other 

Gibraltar 

%eria' 



Uruguay 

Dutch East Indies . 

Asia,n.e.8 

Canarv Islands 

French Africa 

Turltey, Asiatic 

Axores, and Madeira 

Islands 

Spain 

Portugal 

Bolivfa 

Madagascar 

Turkey, European ... 



Years ended June SO— 



1895. 



Dollars. 
6,917 
10,127 

8,320 
2,582 
2,722 
7,056 
3,060 
5,571 
2,712 
2,111 
3.667 
3,401 
2,146 



845 

2,889 

2,188 

1,765 

1,479 

1,661 

629 

643 

93 



891 
416 



34 



450 
452 



785 
114 



215 
327 



1896. 



DoUara. 
7,080 
8,197 

4,939 
3,402 
1,451 
8,456 
5,517 
5,343 
3,512 
2,474 
6,782 
2.483 
1,899 



1,251 

2,234 

1,964 

1,715 

2.264 

2,187 

575 

872 

362 

29 

607 

450 

23 



707 



18 



97 



571 
82 

174 
68 
21 
73 

213 
15 
7 

27 



Total 4,971,791 , 5,679,066 



1897. 



Dollars. 
9,472 
9,096 

5,921 

5,259 

4,710 

8,222 

6,418 

3,601 

4,123 

8,519 

3.024 

2,539 

2,790 

68 

1,081 

2,388 

1,623 

1,844 

2.333 

1,261 

986 

838 

1,780 

156 

618 

204 

98 

721 



288 



29 
100 
155 

57 
322 
322 



Dollars. 
10,189 
6,925 

8,634 

7,647 

9,761 

6,674 

5,379 

2,483 

2,348 

3,286 

878 

2,843 

2,805 

6,955 

6,739 

1,394 

1,680 

1,898 

880 

578 

955 

963 

204 



155 
96 



40 1 



V 



842 
847 
1,047 
167 
100 



2 
86 
69 
143 
315 
SS 
230 
54 
40 

99 
114 

no 

19 



•I- 



7,739,305 I 9,013,310 



Dollars. 
8,749 
7,275 

11,395 
17,763 
17,202 
5,380 
3,818 
1,446 
4,826 
3,457 
1,220 
1,740 
3,021 
6,479 
1,385 
1,769 
3,106 
2,282 
1,997 
482 
2,314 
1.046 
1,723 
8,869 
803 
1,054 
1,089 
553 
1,205 



29 
313 



87 



48 
490 
120 

90 



32 



224 
70 



51 



7,897,485 



Annual average, 
1895-1899. 



Dollars. 
8,481 
8,324 

7,822 

7,331 

7,169 

7,157 

4,842 

8,689 

8.504 

2,969 

2.894 

2,602 

2,632 

2,300 

2,160 

2,135 

2,112 

1,901 

1,791 

1,214 

1,092 

852 

822 

811 

782 

694 

450 

295 

261 



246 
213 



153 
151 
147 
137 
132 
103 
95 
90 
62 



7,060,191 



Rd. 

0.12 

.12 

.11 
.10 
.10 
.10 
.07 
.05 
.05 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.04 
.03 
.08 
.03 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



.03 



100.00 



Seeds were exported during 1895-1899 to the average annual value 
of $3,700,748. The shipments were marketed chiefly in the United 
Kingdom, Canada, Germany, and the Netherlands. The United King- 
dom took 36 per cent of the total, Canada 20 per cent, Germany 18 
per cent, and the Netherlands 14 per cent. To Belgium wo sent 5.9 
percent, to France 1.5 per cent, to British Australasia 1.3 per cent, 
and to Denmark 1.1 per cent. 

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36 



AGRICULTUBAL EXPOBTS, BY OOUNTBIES, 1895-1899. 



Following is a detailed statement, by countrie^^j, of our seed expoiis 
for 1895-1899: 



Value of seeds exported from the United States, by countries of deslinationj during each 
fiscal year from 1896 to 1899, inclusive. 



Ck>untrie8 to which 
exported. 



United Kingdom 

Canada 

Germany 

Netherlands 

Belgium 

France 

British Australasia — 
Denmark ... 
Sweden and Norway.. 

Mexico 

Italy 

Austria-Hungary 

Guatemala 

Hawaiian Islands. 

Cuba 

Argentina 

Venezuela 

Newfoundland and 

Labrador 

Colombia 

Bermuda 

British Africa 

CofitaRica 

British West Indies . . . 

Brazil 

Salvador 

Chile 

Bri tish East Indies. . . . 

China 

Santo Domingo 

Japan 

Honduras 

Africa,n.e.s 

Haiti 

Nicaragua 

Peru 

Porto Rico 

RuKsia, European 

Ecuador 

Dutch West Indies. 

British Guiana 

Danish West Indies 
British Honduras 
Turkey, European 
Portuguese Africa 

Uruguay 

Azores, and Madeira 

Islands 

French Oceania. 

Hongkong 

Turkey, Asiatic 
Tonga, Samoa, etc 
French West Indies. . . 

Liberia 

German Africa, 

Spain 

Canary Islands. 
Dutch Guiana 

Egypt 

French Guiana 
Portugal 



Annual average, 
1S9&-1899. 




Total 2,849,145 , 1,592,017 

I I 



3.700,743 100.00 



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37 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY CX)UNTRIE8. 

On the following pages will be found a series of tables showing in 
some detail the character and value of our agricultural export ti'ade 
during 1895-1899 with the several foreign countries. The expoils to 
each country have been compiled in a separate table, the articles* being 
arranged in the order of their average annual value for the five years. 
An alphabetical index to the countries covered by the tables is printed 
on pages 87-88. The tables are as follows: 

Value of the agrlcuUural exports of the XMUd States^ by countries of destination, during 
each fiscal year front 1895 to 1899^ inclusive. 

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. 



Articlcji exported by the 
United States. 



Years ended June 30— 



1896. 



Upland cotton . . 
0>tton-fieed oil . 
Lard. 



, Dollars. 
J 714.699 
.1 508,962 



Wheat 

Tallow 

Booon 

Grease, grease scrape, and 

other soap stock 

IjPtit tolMCCO 

Oleooil 

Com (maise) 

Clover seed 

Wheat flour 

Lard substitutes, n. e. s. 

(cottolene, lardine, etc. ) . . . 
Hides and skins, other than 

furs 

(rlueose and grai 
Bt-ef, salted or plckU 

Oatmeal 

Lard oil 

Other articles 



12,760 
"i*375" 



1.465 



1896. 



DollarM. 
648,727 
425,095 
84,135 



29,605 
240 

1,610 
40,324 



10,563 
2,T20 
5,005 



5,616 



1897. 

DoUart. 
887,311 
619,678 
242,2m 



I 



1896. 



78,128 
8,555 

6.526 
9,800 
5,500 
7,200 
7,669 



15,575 

242 
9,7W 
2,736 

4,4^") 
5,261 
18,183 



Dollars. 

987,724 
1,168,344 

955, 97f 

887,676 
68,627 

156,344 

18,225 



Annual 
averacre, 
1899. I 1895-1899. 



34.545 
31,532 



14,610 



4,941 
6,010 
4,490 
WO 
45,991 



Dollars. 
1,576,176 
1,012,100 
781,978 
886,827 
260,718 
218,611 

101,955 
54,060 
55,936 
6,500 
6,920 
40,658 

6,872 

282 
1,726 
3,358 
6,285 
4.180 
23,164 



Total a^icultural ex- ■ i i 

ports (domestic) 1,238,671 i 1,208,670 I 1,918.877 



3,875,774 



I 4, 



&t8,249 



Total domestic exporte I 2,059,742 | 2,:^0,901 3.759.700 
Per cent agricultural . . ] 60 | 



r),469,Hr):j | 7, 1 48,419 



61 



51 



71 



PRINCIPAL OKOITPS. 



Liye animals 

Meat products 

Breadstuffs 

(>»tton 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal. 

Vegetable oils 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



1,375 



714, ( 



345 



70,091 

154 

648,727 

1,251 



503.982 I 



-t 



425,120 

545 

40,324 



245 

885,946 

12,984 

887.811 

1,081 



623,293 
8,829 
9,800 



1,205,092 

426,832 

987, 724 

6,739 



1,170,207 
31,759 



64 



1,336,970 

440,630 

1,676,175 

1,385 

900 

1,014,297 

7.597 

54,060 



Dollars. 
962,927 
745,840 
402,875 
154,881 
84,396 
75,750 

25,663 
20,837 
12,287 
9,649 
9,>24 
8,132 

7,411 

4,687 
8,824 
8,697 
3,052 
2,076 
18,890 



2,556,048 



4,101.723 



49 

589,895 

176,120 

962.927 

2,160 

180 

747,380 

9,746 

20,837 



*The articles enumerated in the following tables are the same as those given in the 
export tables for the same years printed in Bulletin No. 19. 



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88 



AGRICULTUBAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



Value of the fiffricuUural exportu of the Vnited State^^ etc. — Continued. 
AZORES, AND MADEIRA ISLANDS. 



Articles exported by the 


• 


Years ended June 30— 




Annual 


United States. 


1895. 

Dollars. 
86,655 
10,568 
41.000 
1,697 
4,764 
4,621 


1896. 

Dollars. 
95,757 
16,749 


1897. 

Dollars. 
142, OM 
74,870 


1896. 


1899. 

Dollars. 
171.668 
61,743 1 


average. 

1896-1«». 


Wheat • 


Dollars. 
183,770 
96,024 


DoOars. 
135.756 


Com (nialss6).... 


51,991 


UDland cotton .... 


8 200 


Bwi, salted or pickled 

Refined sugar : . 


4,902 

2,413 

613 


8S0 
45 

471 
1,750 
2,744 


1,187 

288 

634 

8.347 

3,960 


1.267 1 

53 

962 


1,981 
1,512 


Leaf tobacco .... 


1,460 


Oats 


1,019 


Other articles 


3.364 


4,998 


987 


3,197 






Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


151.659 


126.427 


222,761 


289.205 


286.580 


205.116 


Total domestic exports 


256,195 


204,297 


298,450 


364,529 


860,982 


296,891 


Per cent agricultural . . 


59 


61 


75 


79 


66 


69 


PRINCIPAI. O ROUPS. 

Dairy producus 




16 

7,618 

114,424 


19 

1,298 

220.401 


4 

1,666 
285,824 


7 

1,701 

233.418 


9 


Meat product.^ 


2,600 

98.323 

41.000 

6 


2,957 


Breadstuffs 


190. 47H 


Cotton . . . ., 


8.200 


Fruits and nuts 


27 


40 


99 
4 

iO 
634 


24 


39 


Vegetable oils 


1 


Seeds 


69 
4,621 


7 
613 


36 
471 


85 
962 


»7 


Tobacco 


I,4G0 







BELGHTM. 



Wheat 

Upland cotton 

Bacon .'. 

Latd 

Com (maize) 

Leaf tobacco 

Oil cake and 4)il-cake meal, 
flaxseed, or linseed 

Hams 

Oats 

Rye 

Barley 

Horses 

Wheat flour 

Corn oil 

Cotton-seed oil 

Dried apples 

Cotton-seed oil cake and oil- 
cake meal 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Oleooil. 



Beef. salted or pickled. 

Cattle . 



Dollars. 
8,047,656 
4,436,068 
3, 158.724 
2,877,197 
613.428 
2,405.800 

489,476 
180,699 



Flaxseed, or linseed 

Hair (including manufac- j 

tures of) 

Tallow 

Starch 

(banned beef 

Hides and skins, other than 

furs 

Buckwheat 

Prunes 

Clover seed 

Grease, grease 8(>raps, and 

other soap stock 

Sheep 

Bran, middlings, and mill 

feed 

Bones, hoofs, horns and horn 

tips, strips, and waste 

Hops 

Stearin 

Sausage casings 

Glucose and grape sugar — 
Waste cotton 



45,960 
562,919 
(a) 

74,531 
70,619 

29,845 
20,792 

250,778 
62,504 

365,400 



111,561 

9,740 

13,800 

109,654 

73,598 

67,213 

11,753 
30.425 

(a) 

42,277 
618 



17,841 
10,123 

(a) 



Dollars. 

2,273,981 

3,539,012 

1,428,536 

1,900,065 

1.365,871 

2,204,176 

1,136,523 
1,091,822 
471,342 
187,469 
267,270 
174.161 
65,913 
(a) 

124,408 
173.071 

70,196 
23.400 
107.816 
202.513 
122,450 



90,984 

35.110 

6.964 

111,164 

178,5a? 

15,320 

32.616 
182,763 

(«) 
72,791 



15,073 
21,574 

(a) 



Dollars. 

2,8.*)6,954 

3,082.713 

1.534,617 

1,414,427 

1,786.169 

2,283,179 

1,207,679 
1,341,852 
904,347 
632,897 
1.062,580 
465,365 
238.184 
(a) 

121,418 
184,481 

241,604 
19,7;« 

102.352 

151.255 
99.100 

404.469 

131,531 
123, 158 
87,182 
95,138 

75,254 
59,302 
(a) 
16,165 

11,697 
34.406 

(a) 
47,408 



23,965 
30,160 
21,272 

(a) 



Dollars. 
10,631,809 
4,809,609 
2,992,662 
1,987,009 
3.080,051 
1.226,991 

1,267,396 

1,584,463 

2,851.146 

1,385.628 

656.909 

746,025 

298.165 

295,544 

163,401 

806,308 

267,600 
129,706 
72,188 
121,631 



101,862 
122, 146 
146,650 
70,826 

15,117 
48.614 
85.072 
107,510 

88,585 



49,511 

32,010 
250 
68,949 
22,423 
34, 452 
17,033 



DfiUars. 
11,891,067 
3,599,471 
1,964,478 
2,121,249 
2,977,215 
1.521,879 

1,687,23« 
1,3?2,33C 
1,148,119 
165, 40;^ 
105,770 
476,600 
375.493 
272,285 
630,945 
144,485 

196,761 
570,259 
136.054 
92,785 



147,479 

104,411 
191,449 
194.98r> 
27,413 

8,109 
79.135 
37,199 
73,009 

lte.104 



49,010 

31,738 
124,136 
25,960 
29,659 
24.628 
25,389 



Dollars. 
6,140,293 
3.893,375 
2,215,801 
2,059,989 
1,964.547 
1,928,306 

1,137,662 

1,114,2:54 

1,074,991 

4M.179 

418.2^ 

3M.622 

30K.i:)9 

6283.915 

222.911 

175,593 

161,001 
152, 77o 
133.838 
1*26. 138 
117.390 
110,390 

107,968 
96.321 
89,896 
82.839 

70,121 
r 62. 317 
661,138 

55,841 

54,551 
49,519 

649,261 

45,244 
25,001 
23,775 
23,081 
22,410 
621,211 



n Not stated. 



6 Annual average, 189H-1.H99. 



r Annual average, 1897-1899. 



O 



AGBICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



39 



Value of the agricaUural exporUt of the United Stales^ etc. — Continued. 
BELGIUM— ConUnaed. 



Ariieles exported by the 
United States. 



Lard snbRtitntes, n. c. s. (cot- 
tolene, lardine, etc. ) 

Wool 

Beans and peajB 

Silk waste 

Tobacco stems and trim- 
mings 

Other articles 



1895. 



Dollars. 



438 
14,894 
20,061 

26,706 
290,297 



19,542,925 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 



Totaldomestic exports. I 24,880,835 
Per cent agricultural.. 



79 



PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Live animals 

Dairy products 

Meat products. . . * 

BreadstufTs 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal. 

Vegetable oils 

Seeds 

Tubaceo 



442,780 

1,600 

6,774,351 

4,272,338 

4,436,068 

86,107 

519,321 

76,968 

140,417 

2,432,006 



Years ended .lune 30— 
1896. I 1897. 



Dollars. 



53,144 
9,751 
22,242 

12,745 
679,077 



Dollars. 
39.063 

5,359 
12,294 

9,165 

24,126 
1,306,483 



18,469,838 22,187,985 



26,391,925 | 32,600,024 



70 



480,759 



5,048. 
4,798, 
3,539. 

262, 
1,206, 

291, 

78. 

2,216, 



599,419 

1,582 

4,928,737 

7,876.958 

3,082,713 

861,474 
1,449,283 

535,640 

465,153 
2,307,305 



1898. 



Dollars. 
25,356 I 



15,177 
7,618 

497 ' 
742.418 



1899. 



Dollars. 

3:1,565 

38.861 

23,670 

7,972 



833,764 



77 



77 



I 



746,525 

1,394 

7,811,487 

19,289,506 

4,826,642 

519, 138 
1,534,995 

487,371 

149,231 
1,227,488 



476, 797 

182 

6,818,080 

17,047,546 

3,624,860 

317,008 
1,782,999 

918, 2ai 

260,561 
1,521,879 



Annual 
average, 
1895-1899. 



Dollars. 
19,597 
19,560 
15, 157 
13,412 

12,815 
0788,091 



36,673,588 ' 33.588.538 26.092,565 



47,466,600 1 43.866,076 a5, 041.092 



74 



549.256 

942 

6,176,256 

10,655,902 

3,901,859 

309.156 
1,298,663 

461.901 

218, 789 
1,941,120 



DENMARK. 



Com (maize) 

Cotton-seed oil cake and oil- 
cake meal 

Upland cotton 

Wheat 

Lard 

Rve 

Oleooil 

Wheat flour 

Butter 

Bacon 

Cotton-seed oil 

Molasses and sirup ,. 

Lard substitutes, n. e. s. (cot- 
tolene, lardine, etc. ) 

Bran, middlings, and mill 
feed 

Barley 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Tallow 

Hams 

Clover seed 

Leaf tobacco 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Com meal 

Timothy seed 

Canned beef 

Dried apples 

Sausage casings 

Tobacco steins an d trim mings 

Other articles 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 

Totaldomestic exports. 

Per cent agricultural. . 



Dollars. 
258,110 I 

300,178 
66,225 
462, 137 
543,638 



210,066 
75,492 
22,902 
34,819 
200 
34,786 

242 

(b) 



Dollars. 
2,515,815 

187,363 
708,564 
359,583 
482,650 



38,206 
31.121 
3,576 
41,053 
28,685 



5,452 
7,892 
8,014 
8,031 
4,758 
40.222 



64 



228,688 
84,680 

250, W5 
16,413 
16,250 
36,346 



(b) 
3,900 

26,547 

19,434 
5,123 
7,162 

11,699 



6,680 
6,441 

10,329 

7,526 

6,309 

896 

51,169 



2,209,790 5,045,647 



Dollars. 
5,233.890 

482,751 
919,680 
28.5,282 
210,595 



151,840 
108, 147 
288,721 
61,987 
22,026 
18,410 

50,081 

(ft) 
104,213 

17,853 
2,283 
2,795 

11,786 

7,237 

580 

7,500 

14,478 

14,791 
2,103 
6,982 

31,529 
200.060 



8,207,250 



Dollars. 
6,971,615 

1,371,841 
732,810 
270,390 
499,081 
264.366 
178, 175 
255, '299 
90,670 
142,790 
71,275 
32,242 

62,907 

12,780 

22,137 

12,578 

18.^3 

36, 473 

17,198 

20.635 

23, 4M 

40,555 

4.608 

3.647 

12,712 

3,913 

533 

103,893 



10.276.915 



3,430,202 6,534,893 10,189,453 i 12.680,619 



77 



81 



81 



Dollars. 
5,633,821 

1,896,724 

1,078,300 

1,141,777 

608, W6 

809,167 

240. 511 

352, 586 

107, 473 

119,706 

156,381 

82,403 

67,874 

59,192 

3,225 

26.870 

48, 731 

63.191 

21,731 

26,635 

54,108 

2,015 

15.230 

7,216 

17,895 

18,398 



212, 742 



12.872,«48 



16.59-1.H09 



78 



Dollars. 
3. 922. 590 

847,711 

700,104 

503. 824 

468, 982 

214, 707 

201,853 

175,241 

142. 142 

75, (M3 

53.226 

40.837 

36,221 

a35,986 

26,695 

24,411 

24, 102 

22,232 

19.785 

17.978 

15.628 

11.350 

9,242 

8,655 

8,650 

7,727 

7.542 

a 158, 318 



7. 722. 490 


9. HK.^> 


, s{th 


78 



a Annual average. 1898-1899. 



b Not stated. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



40 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



Value of (he agricultural ejrports of the United States, etc. — Continued. 
DENMARK— Continued. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual 
average. 
1895-189*. 


1895. 
Dollars. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 1899. 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

live animalB 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


li 

Dollars. I DoUan. 
175 Vi 


Dairy products 


22,902 

882,468 

802,630 

66,225 

7,357 

300,178 

200 

60,078 

28,438 


250,945 

795,766 
2,991,742 

703,554 
13,801 

190.563 
16,712 
29,347 
12,595 


238,901 

470,317 

5,904.582 

919,630 

5,290 

482,751 

22,536 

33.150 

38,766 


90,670 

930,397 

6,895,529 

732,810 

17,937 

1,371,341 

71,899 

84,977 

21,168 


107,473 ' 149 17H 


Meat products 


1,259,351 1 
8,100,504 1 
1,078,300 
27,177 
1,896,724 
156,381 
50,684 
26,685 i 
1 


867.660 


Breadstuffs 


4.988.988 


Cotton 


700.104 


Fruits and nuts 


14,31*2 


Oil calte and oil-cake meal. . 
Vegetable oils 


848,311 
6S,546 


Heeds 


41,647 


Tobacco 


25,520 







FRANCE. 



Upland cotton 

Wheat 

Cotton-seed oil 

Leaf tobacco 

Com (maize) 

Lard 

Oate 

Grease, grease scraps, and 
other soap stock 

Sea-island cotton 

Bacon 

Tallow 

Hides and skins, other than 
furs 

Canned beef 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal, 
flaxseed, or linseed 

Prunes 

Rye 

Cattle 

Cotton-seed oil cake and oil- 
cake meal 

Dried apples 

Lard substitiites. n. e. s. (cot- 
tolene, lardine, etc.) 

Hams 

Sausage casings 

Bones, hoofs, horns and 
horn tips, strips, and wa.ste. 

Beans and peius , 

Barley , 

Stearin , 

Waste cotton 

Horses 

Lard oil 

Bran, middlings, and mill 
feed 

Feathers , 

Hair (including manufac- 
tures of) 

Peppermint oil 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Clover seed 

Com oil cake 

Oleooil 

Sheep 

Woof , 

Flaxseed, or linseed 

Quills 

Pork, salted or pickled , 

Other articles , 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 



Total domestic exports 
Per cent agricultural . , 



Dollars. 

21,583,890 

945,594 

776,817 

2,901,098 

306,689 

2,681,659 

81 

3,707 

354,823 

791,631 

42,573 

428,512 
558,166 

16,565 

(a) 



840,000 



54,412 
25,909 



60,546 
47,566 

14,403 
2,900 



109 

(a) 

60, 875 
8,250 

(a) 
278 

25,349 
21.469 , 
22,131 
21), 590 ' 
(a) I 



Dollars. 
19,086,487 
81,769 
1,356,858 
2,614,605 
1,624,054 
2,181,890 
864,028 

192,059 
469,861 
281,616 
857,547 

1,021,821 
448,070 

62,361 I 

(a) I 



Dollars. 
25,500.902 

185,006 
2,601,526 
1,832,903 
2,113,628 
1,082,286 

912,325 

1,045,027 
609,400 
133,086 
675,424 

404,728 
91,471 

157,030 
(a) 
39,726 



61,384 
60,106 

4,678 
60,190 I 
99,811 I 



3,255 



638 



5,680 

18,329 

177,299 



26,366 
(a) 

58,600 
28,534 

(a) 
14,721 

20,652 
19,442 

82,857 
1,099 

(a) 

10,841 
27,590 
47,968 
465 
19,277 
11,875 
285,440 



109,719 
40,483 

223,712 
30,078 
75,621 

69,667 
10,789 
62,300 
20,108 
(a) 
8,500 
30,657 

(a) 
7,602 

10,678 
34,040 
11,371 
15,768 
(a) 
9,666 



Dollars. 
24,188.462 
32,566,250 
3,617.133 
1,724,682 
8,965,687 
1, 129, 191 
2,919,279 

625,476 
411,262 
165,925 
851,545 

67,382 
35,503 

460,594 
258,811 
829,742 



13,067 
60,040 
7,308 
8,037 
669,020 



32, 842, 472 31 , 000. 013 38, 862, 483 



44,009,78(3 45,352.724 , 66,287,631 



179,378 
188,619 

105,799 
117,513 
57,600 

27,283 

97,530 
110,800 
111.068 

24,151 
9,000 

28,373 

33,751 
28,163 

30,723 
14,487 
17,911 
27,785 
17,986 
88,764 



1,600 



13,400 

5,670 

787.474 



75,351,247 



93,790,717 



75 I 



80 



Dollars. 
21,470,169 
1,675,339 
4.043,709 
1,918,624 
2,060,101 
1,830,281 
136,955 

456.648 
476,522 
853.030 
616,048 

30,278 
32,029 

422,145 
118,564 



232,401 
121,206 

66,683 
106,499 
48,832 

28.909 
85,160 



12,800 

84,292 

480 

19,788 

10,350 
55,890 

18,264 
7,401 
10,304 
18,340 
12,973 
9,335 



11,713 

12,472 

1.002,826 



64 i 



DoOart. 
22,855.982 
7,090.792 
2,479,109 
2,198.383 
2,018.082 
1,760,961 
866,534 

461,583 

• 464,274 
445. OM 
406,627 

390.443 
2S3.0U) 

221,739 

5186,1H8 

178. W3 

168,000 

127,4ii8 
87,265 

80.164 
74,965 
65. 8» 

40,000 
39,927 
S4.5C30 
34.090 
529,22 
27,491 
23.120 

522.051 
21,331 

21.133 

I9,m 

18.915 

17.716 

615,4H0 

13.721 

13,50^ 

.12,6^:$ 

12,101 

11.47.> 

11,277 

6870,l.'i0 



88,062,305 ' 43.223.704 



59,069,112 I 69.701,994 



a Not stated. 



& Annual average, 1896-1899^ ^ 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1809. 
Value of the agricultural exports of the United StateSy etc. — Continued. 



41 



FRANCE— Continued. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 



PRINCIPAL OBOUF8. 

Live animals 

I>airy products 

Meat products 

Breadstuffs 

Cotton 

Fruits and nutH 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal 

Vegetable oils 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



Years ended June 30— 



1895. 



Dollars. 

940,811 

2,100 

4,241,119 

1,267,251 

21,988,213 

72,683 

70,977 

800,780 

39,757 

2,901,098 



1896. 



DoUars. 

86,190 

82 

3,507,947 

2,081,480 

19,506,348 

174,456 

123,746 

1,380,181 

35,204 

2,614,605 



1897. 



Dollars. 

8,526 

317 

2,299,781 

3,390,663 

26,110.902 

301,380 

266,749 

2,648,l»l 

122,565 

1,832,908 



Dollars. 

12,180 

628 

2,176,692 

40,510,974 

24,623,875 

747,389 

647,953 

3,654,850 

44,904 

1,724,682 



Dollars. 
2,540 



3,896,119 

3,9»l,387 

21,980,983 

700,623 

667,519 

4,078,917 

36,607 

1,918,624 



Annual 
average, 
1895-1899. 



DoUars. 

210,019 

625 

3,224,332 

10,236,981 

22,831,W4 

399,306 

366,389 

2,512,585 

55,807 

2,198,383 



QEBMANT. 



Upland cotton 

Lard 

Com (maize) 

Leaf tobacco 

Wheat 

Cotton-seed oil caktt and oil- 
cake meal 

Bacon 

Oleooil 

Rye 

Wheat flour 

Oats 

Bran, middlings, and mill 
feed 

Horses 

Sausage casings 

Cotton-seed ofl 

Hides and skins, other than 
fura 

Barley 

Hams 

Dried apples 

Clover seed 

Canned beef 

Bourbon whisky 

Waste cotton 

Tallow 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Oreflse, grease scraps, and 
other soap stock 

Prunes 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal, 
flaxseed, or linseed 

Buckwheat 

Lard substitutes, n. e. s. (cot- 
tolene, lardine, etc.) 

Butter 

Oleomargarin (imitation 
butter) 

Cattle 

Tobacco stems and trim- 
mings 

Apples, green or ripe 

W'ines, unbottled 

Oatmeal 

RaWns 

Timothy seed 

Flaxseed, or linseed 

Peppermint oil 

Feathers 

Roots, herbs, and barks, n.e.s. 

Molasses and sirup 

Alcohol, including cologne 
spirits 

Rice bran, meal, and polish. 

8ea-Lsland cotton 

Com oil 

Honey 

a Not stated. 



Dollars. 
43,075,399 
8,018,616 
1,6T2,539 
8,862,971 
1,522,736 

2,292,703 

981,591 

1,839,310 



740,264 



(a) 

260,432 
5&i,060 
981,560 

806,630 



216,620 
103,326 
584,469 
518,260 
1,360,125 

121,390 
511,760 
144, 169 

116,126 

(a) 

47,182 
. (a) 



12,OT8 , 

123,363 I 
621,920 

47,417 
15,932 I 
163,585 
66,269 
(a) 
61,209 



Dollars. 
41,753,706 
7,788,975 
5,121,673 
3,968,284 
608.450 

1,854,301 
603,022 

1,675,906 
112,368 
682,669 
199,264 

(a) 

614,362 
739,075 
271,162 

1,074,268 
856,898 
176,443 
492,740 

76,199 
616, MO 

29,323 

297,873 
358,750 ' 
74,992 

" 285,128 

(«) 

85,257 

(«) 

915 
139,762 

197,548 I 



66,068 

20,039 

74,075 

41,685 

(a) • 

68,812 



83,943 

113,981 ; 

74,217 
19,363 

98,249 
5,393 
3,000 

(o) 



67, 156 
80,054 
44,342 
81,618 

28,776 
60, 161 

5,870 
(a) 

((, rm 



DoUars. 
50,289,620 
8,317,060 
9,881,821 
4,574,725 
1,997,639 

2,667,844 
1,572,234 
1,285,616 
2,063,268 
613,309 
625,372 

(a) 

822,250 
581,113 
430,585 

652,613 
1,695,398 
268,216 
526,238 
190,101 
372,460 
298,318 

336,545 
243,713 
101,639 

120,560 ' 

(a) 

169,441 
174,734 

226,532 
329,892 

112,466 
56,626 

75,296 
213,482 
80,572 
77,563 
(a) 

110,660 
178,300 
107,693 
38,341 
45,873 
46,968 

8,906 
19,948 
26,236 

(«) 
260 



Dollars. 
I 54,772,920 
i 12,820,843 
; 14,171,961 
I 4,140,900 
I 3,124,648 

3,694,204 
3,338,869 
1,792,672 
3,240,134 
861,713 
3,166,226 

756.339 

1,161,750 

718,571 

639,312 

392,292 
708,564 
1,109,550 
743, 08i 
751,457 
446,440 
131,040 
383,080 
446,231 
234,672 
488,498 

216,581 
354,242 

201,344 
214,735 

818,622 
171,736 

119, 108 



I 



184, 
258, 
154. 
132, 
61, 
82, 



77,043 
35,198 
113,326 I 
87,597 I 
84,510 . 



DoUars. 
47,321,679 
13,600,767 
13,855,290 
3,808.748 
7,666,210 

3,611,662 
2,520,225 
1,923, '259 
2, 284, 858 
2,007,404 
450,907 

966,708 
921,595 
710,307 
873,395 

430,417 
69,509 
908,010 
455,325 
677,953 
2»1,123 
75,711 
370,082 
677,487 
805,146 
824,018 

447,624 
83,289 

420,992 
161,519 I 

314,092 il 
135,299 

156,770 



205,034 
64,914 
75,088 
183,421 
108,813 
147,244 
164, 772 
52,804 
46,267 
48,193 
98,669 

621 
71,608 
25,000 
28, 518 
14,573 



DoUars. 
47,432,605 
10,109,230 
8,»10,637 
4,071,126 
2,983,916 

2,802,143 
1,808,188 
1,683,363 
1,640,126 
969,052 
888,427 

b 861, 624 
756,078 
668.625 
629, 191 

571,644 
666,070 
534,708 
463, »«3 
456,036 
449,505 
377,903 
6376.581 
375, 705 
336,806 
326,663 

227,184 
6218,766 

184. W3 
c 183, 663 

172,032 
157,933 

141,851 
135,489 

115,730 
112.684 
109, 626 
88,277 
585,000 
84, 158 
68,614 
68.061 
W.557 
61,5.S2 
46,168 

42,719 
88,460 
84,486 
683,a'W 
24,555 



6 Annual averago. 1898*1899. 



r Annual average, 1897-1899. 



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42 AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 

Value of t fie agricultural exports of the Imted Slates, ele. — Continued. 



GERMANY— Continued. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 



Beeswax 

Glue 

Must 

Beef, cured, n. e. s 

Hair (including manufac- 
tures of) 

Dried grasses 

Nursery stock 

Glucose and grape sugar . . . 

Canned fruits 

Other articles 



Years ended June 80— 



1895. 



Dollars. 

50,617 

14,530 

16,000 

8,576 

12,498 
9,528 
22,251 
4,158 
6,308 
811,626 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 72, 328^146 71, 714, 865 



1896. 



DoUars. 
21,188 
18,539 
18,500 
17,408 

14,900 
19,319 
10,468 
12,095 
6,359 
936,217 



1897. 

DoUars. 
13.590 
16,776 

(a) 
8,634 

17,130 
7,082 
8,219 
24,465 
11,071 
2,481,981 



DoUars. 
12,874 
27.440 



11,256 
15,980 
10,071 
4,686 
14,467 
2,624,196 



1899. 



DoUars. 
13,012 
30,463 

(a) 
14,860 

17,424 
20,298 
15,221 
16,219 
22,324 
2,603,301 



9ft,14S.25fi 



Total domestic exports 90, 615, 651 | %, 3ft^ , 3r»8 V^, 7H , 4^ 
Per cent agricultural. .■ 

PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 



163,171,100 1S3/J<M,S18 



Live animals 

Dairy products 

Meat products 

BreadstufTs 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal 

Vegetable oils 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



6U 



902,197 

18,607 

13,381.683 

4,107.259 

43,078,399 

291,645 

2,339,885 

1,072,495 

672,905 

3,910,388 



140,426 

12,651,427 

7,333,640 

41.769,576 

716,264 

1,939.568 

371,317 

188.614 

4,084,342 



901,788 

380,080 

13,893.001 

18,029.062 

50,264,856 

1,080,304 

2,827,285 

762,490 

601,738 

4,650,021 



ll§>»*OfliSOO 113. 352, m 



TH 



1,188,356 

171,744 

22,636,972 

26,957,489 

66,269,325 

1,697,706 

8,797,848 

1,295,299 

838,904 

4,325,748 



931,681 
185,316 
199,078 
146,407 
716,761 
892,876 
037,304 
881,879 
066,968 
013,782 



Annual 
average, 
1895-1»». 

DoUan. 

22,156 

21.550 

617,2)1) 

17,063 

14,(»42 
14,441 

13,245 

12,315 

12,106 

1,W1,254 



»l,47O,60A 



123,440,197 



908,507 

168,235 

17,152,432 

16,914,770 

47,617,7J3 

935.557 

2,988.376 

976.596 

671,625 

4.186.865 



GIBRALTAR. 



Wheat flour 


DoUars. 
120,967 
118,899 
48,950 


DoUars. 
96.382 
93,908 
102,933 


DoUars. 
65,872 
59,044 
94,722 


DoUars. 
80,736 
113,470 


DoUars. 

129,244 
26,876 
38,763 

228,153 
18,510 

476 
21,697 
7,100 
10,187 


DoBars. 
98,040 


Leaf tobacco 


82.43^( 


Cotton-seed oil 


67,074 


Wheat 




45,680 


Lard 






2,672 


11, 113 

490 
1,371 
2,888 
1,536 


6,459 


Tobacco stems and trim- 
mings . ... 


16,771 


11,628 


5,8o3 


Pork, salted or pickled 




4,614 


Bacon ... 


397 
647 


1,870 

807 




2,450 


Other articles 


2,097 


3.065 


Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 

Total domestic exports 






306,631 


304,423 


224,407 


211,598 


481,006 


80% 613 


379,917 


402.180 


331,050 


304,332 


566,536 


396.808 


Per cent agricultural . . 


81 


76 


68 


70 


85 


77 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Live animals 







1,250 






250 


Dairy products 






607 

15,367 

81,346 

2 




121 


Meat products. . . ... 


437 
121,287 


1,918 

93,463 

571 

102,933 

105,431 


2,691 
66.645 
29 
94,722 
59,044 


50,182 

360,859 

48 

38,763 

27,352 


14.119 


BreadstufTs 


144.700 


Fruits and nuts 


114 


15S 


Vegetable oils 


48,950 
135,670 


57.074 


Tobacco 


113,960 


88.291 







a Not stated. 



6 Annual average, 1896-1896. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AGKICULTUBAL EXPORT8, BY OOUNTEIES, 1895-1899. 



43 



Vaiue of the agriojUiural ejcporU of the United SUUeSy etc. — Continued. 
GREECE. 



Article exported by the 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual 


United States. 


DoUars. 
67,011 


1896. 
DoUan, 


1897. 
DoUars. 


1898. 


1899. 


average. 
1896-1899. 


TTpl&nd cottoTi ,„.^,^ 


DoOan. 


DoUars. 


1 Dollars. 
' 11,402 


Tallow 




8,200 

694 
60 






1 1,640 


Hides and skins, other than 
fun 


1,882 


107 






1 536 


Othfirarticles 


68 


15 


26 











Total afiTicultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


68,898 


107 


8.944 


63 


15 


1 13,604 


Total domestic exports 


162.544 


190,946 


109,923 


127,569 


213,507 


t 168,896 


Per cent a^cultural . . 


89 


0.06 


8 


.05 


.007 


i 9 


PBINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Dairy products 








16 


15 


6 


Meat_products. -'..,,,, ^ .,. ^ . 




8,200 


1,640 


RrMulHtiifff: 




83 




7 


Cotton 


57,011 






... . 


11.402 








1 


1 



GREENLAND, ICELAND, AND FAROE ISLANDS. 



Rum 


DoUars. 


DoUars, 


DoUars. 


DoUars. 
60 


DoUars. \ 


DoUarn. 

12 










1 


Total agricultural ex- 
Dorts ^domestic^ 








60 


1 


12 















Total domestic exports 




- 




225 


159 II 77 








Per cent «gricultur«^l , . 








27 




16 















ITALY. 



Upland cotton 

Leaf tobacco , 

Cotton-seed oil 

Wheat 

Com (maixe) 

Bacon 

Lard 

Tallow 

Hides and skins, other than 

furs 

Com oil 

Rye , 



DoUars. DoUars. 
9,771,190 I 10,533,092 



2,283,906 
288,878 



26,140 



Grease, grease scraps, and 
other soap stock 

Bones, hoofs, horns and hom 
tips, strips, and waste 

Oats 

Clover seed 

Hones 

Waste cotton 

Roots, herbs, and barks, n.e.8. 

Wheat flour 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Hams , 

Other articles 



46,006 
2,642 

112,836 
(a) 



2,874,473 

226,647 

8,900 

683,268 

690 

68,811 

62,006 

91,404 
(a) 



DoUars. 

11,958,274 

2,632.730 

209,748 

226,660 

209,426 

10,106 

100,960 

188,425 



DoUars. 

11,468,026 

2,620,882 

1,012,717 

920,963 

602,994 

821,901 

195,620 

66,430 



456 9,669 

19,824 I 28,975 
1 7,984 

7,469 I 

15,000 , 3,200 

(a) I (a) 

10,123 7,667 

1,950 17 



2,300 I 
26,628 ; 



60 
32,838 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic ) 12, 613, 752 I 14, 519, 060 



Total domestic exports I 16,241,595 { 19,040,658 
Per cent agricultural . . ; 

PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 



78 I 



76 



Live animals... 
Dairy products . 
Meat products. . 



t 



a Not stated. 



16,000 3,260 

402 I '954 

63,324 , 126,680 



66,611 9,075 

(a) I 44,461 

160,977 



18,901 



24,094 
26,819 



12,418 
800 

(a) 
12,681 , 

8,127 ! 
965 I 

3,893 
43,144 I 



5,174 
66,128 
16,287 
28,146 
13,500 
10,619 
16,906 
13,876 

9,190 
49,766 



DoUars. 
11,662,768 

8,287,343 
512,885 
699,500 
152,970 
862,406 
417,466 
181,262 

6,266 
43,245 



61,240 

18,501 
29,141 
20,921 
12,000 
6,800 
8,079 
16,135 
22,523 
19,200 
87,609 



74 , 



76 I 



73 i 



1,080 24,205 

450 254 

314,364 615,714 



12,341 
863 
1,543,648 I 



DoUars. 

11,075,670 

2,739,867 

449,975 

871,204 

814,960 

287,000 

162,573 

98,151 

67,038 

543,863 

32,195 

22,870 

18,859 

18,461 

11,419 

10,829 

510,150 

' 9,832 

8,427 

7,371 

6,929 

568,682 



16,729,870 17,646,024 ' 18,106,749 16,728,095 



21,377,761 ! 23,067,997 \ 24,892,037 l| 20,923,990 

76 



5 Annual average, J898-1899. 



11,165 

•185 
^n ' J>32,546 

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44 



AGRIGULTUEAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



Valite of the agricultural exports of Uie United Staieit, etc. — Continued. 
ITALY— Continued. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 



Yean ended June 30— 



PRINCJIPAL GROUPS— cont'd. 



Breadstuffs 

Ctotton 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-calce meal. 

VegeUible oils 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



1895. 



DoUan. 

28,289 

9,771,190 

S3 



291,534 

7,935 

2,288,423 



Dollars. 
600,774 
10,533,092 



1897. 



Dollars. 
445,840 
11,953,274 
1,730 



229,465 227,670 

528 19,444 

2,874,473 i 2,632,730 



1898. 



Dollars. 

1,759,299 

11,481.525 

204 

1,256 

1,060,566 

18,818 

2,620.882 



1899. 



Dollars. 

898,113 

11.659,568 

1,723 



561,796 

21,718 

3,287,343 



Annual 
average. 
1895-1899. 



DoUan. 

746. 4S3 

11,079,730 

822 

251 

474,206 

13. 6S!^ 

2,740,770 



MALTA, QOZO, AND CYPRUS ISLANDS, (a) 



Lard ' 


' (c) 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 
83,177 


Dollars. 

60,401 

41,446 

11,538 

302 

7,431 

877 

756 

436 

563 


DoOanAh) 


Wheat 






10,S61 


Cotton-eeed oil 


77b 
7,365 


1,255 
2,852 


6,666 


5,059 


Leaf tobacco 


2,627 


Wheat flour 


1,000 


2,108 


Canned beef 






219 


Cheese 








1K9 


Porlc, salted or pickled 

Other articles 








109 


160 


83 


288 


274 






Total a^icultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


(c) 


8,290 


4,190 


41,131 


128,750 


44.^ 


Total domestic exports 


(c) 


34,683 


29,520 


64,852 


143,105 


67,915 


Per cent agricultural. . 


(c) 


24 


14 


64 


86 


65 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Dairy products 


(c) 






288 

33, ir/ 

1,000 
6,666 


756 
61,966 
49,102 
11,538 

302 


261 


Mc^t products 






23,783 


BreadKtuffs 




83 
1,255 
2,852 


12.516 


Vegetable oils 


775 
7,515 


5,069 


Tobacco 


^667 









NETHERLANDS. 



Wheat 

Oleooil 

Com (maize) 

Wheat flour 

Lard 

Cotton-seed oil 

Leaf tobacco 

Upland cotton 

Outs 

Bacon 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal, 
flaxHced, or linseed 

Cotton-aeed oil cake and oil- 
cake meal 

Rye 

Sausage ctusings 

Buckwheat 

Flaxseed, or liiiseed 

Dried apples 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Tallow 

Starch 

Hams 

Oatmeal 



Dollars. 

2,433,063 

3,907,712 

1,203,165 

2,762,014 

2,294,213 

2,182,761 

1,081,203 

764,698 
5,644 

663,158 

215,379 
292,818 



147,508 
30,392 
422,880 
153,534 
160,520 
82,546 



Dollars. 

516, 180 

5,056,488 

3,430,766 

2,290,861 

2,387,634 

1,311,540 

1,107,534 

556,471 

203,841 

571,509 

401,502 

425,612 



427,701 

M,199 
515,331 

16,742 
251,355 
265,372 
108,065 
151,608 



DoUara. 
1,878,762 
4,875,664 
4,824,970 
2,168,761 
8,265,543 
1,470,116 
1,506,131 
1,242,812 
519,058 
684,554 

665,997 

599,982 
468,228 
423,792 
430,748 
»55,747 
408, 134 
127,516 
114,617 
805,610 
169,921 
215,490 



Dollars. 

6,838,962 

4,878,184 

7,141,473 

3,973,189 

3,668,680 

1,494,669 

1,047,117 

1,292,788 

2,059,177 

1,897,164 

1,000,914 

752,621 
1,723,501 
589,613 
818,651 
42,050 
280,765 
549,998 
128,694 
207,914 
230,712 
252,667 



Dollars. 
13,906,414 
5,514,523 
7,834,550 
5,340,900 
4,535.369 
2,007,363 
1,512,306 
1,401,040 
1,313,884 
678,966 

1,461,908 

927,485 
771,869 
512, 122 
587,283 
1,171,219 
296,238 
568,023 
861,322 
281,503 
891.631 
232,510 



DoUar*. 
5,014,674 
4,746.4^ 
4,686,985 
8,807,185 
8.280,2S« 
1,693.290 
1,250,858 
1,061,562 
820,:fil 
799,abS 

749,140 

599,701 
692,630 

471, a^ 

d445.,V»l 
440,643 
S29.99!> 
258. Wi 

242, 7S7 
212.170 
186, »I4 



a In 1895 agricultural products valued at 920,935 were exported to "British Possessions, n. e. r.." 
comprising Malta, Gozo, and Cyprus Islands, Falkland Islands, Aden, and Auckland, Fiji, and Nor- 
folk Islanas. 

b Annual average, 1896-1899. 

c Not stated. 

cl Annual average, 1897-1899. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AOBTCULTUBAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTBIES, 1896-1899. 



45 



Value of the agricultural exports of the United States, etc. — Continued. 
NETHERLANDS—ConUnued. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 



Canned beef.. 

Beef, salted or picUed 

Barley , 

OleomazKarin (imitation 

bntter) 

Lard substitates, n. e. s. (eot- 

tolene, lardine, etc. ) 

Cattle 

Prunes , 

Tobacco stems and trim- 

mlDgs , 

Hides and skins, other than 

furs , 

Clover seed 

Com meal 

Molasses and sirup , 

Bran, middlings, and mill 

feed 

Grease, grease scraps, and 

other soap stock , 

Mai t sprouts 

Feathers 

Wines, unbottled 

Waste cotton 

Other articles 



Years ended June 30— 



1896. 



Dollars. 
197,641 
160,628 
978 

370,576 



1896. 

Dollars. 
161,803 
109,816 
26,940 



41,440 
(a) 

46,180 

11,398 I 
83,708 I 
7.385 ' 
15,949 

(a) ! 

8.966 
(a) 

»,112 
20.420 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) , 20,494,200 



Total domestic exports 30,256,108 
Per cen t agricultural . . ! 68 



PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 



Live animals 

Dairy products 

Meat products 

Breadstnfb 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal.. 

Vegetable oils 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



41,440 
461 
636,770 
645,229 
764,098 
218,046 
506.197 
189,581 

96,397 
127,383 



3,419 
69.200 
(a) 

44,602 

124,745 

860 

10.956 

30,374 

(a) 

9,068 
(a) 

24.975 
12.536 

487,118 



1897. I 1896. 

Dollars. • Dollars. 

158,663 I 178,273 

180,169; 97,439 

254,967 ' 124,158 



129 
174,348 



11,105 
178,500 . 

(a) 1 

49,879 

36,344 i 
16.273 
30,891 
18,399 

(a) 

7,138 
(a) 
15,041 

9,847 
(a) 
985.391 



95,177 

56,059 

29,360 
82.331 
62,465 
28.094 

22,886 

29,412 
11,996 
21,244 
8,769 
5,813 
913,841 



1899. 



Dollars. 
101,384 
58,825 
48,413 



127,591 



15,498 

74,179 

46,419 
27,338 
53,009 
65,580 

28,638 

65,064 
32,782 
19,068 
4,520 
14,818 
1,264,630 



Annual 
average, 
1895-1899. 



21.14.5.723 I 27,718,660 41.806,187 168,166,069 



38,092,901 



56 



50,362,116 



56 



69,200 



9.109,118 

6,907,797 
556,471 
643,960 
827,114 

1,817,952 
52,120 

1,152,136 



178,612 



9,638,245 
10,046,2a5 
1,242,812 

688.701 
1,265,979 
1,760,481 

989,007 
1,556,010 



63,417,547 



66 



78,727,644 



68 



14 

12,022,568 

22,658,324 

1,298,601 

610,338 

1,753,535 

1,664,815 

148,670 

1,103,176 



81 

13,327,098 

29,801,977 

l,4K),a'V8 

547,280 

2,389,398 

2,151,323 

1,220,689 

1,586,485 



Dollars. 
159,458 
109,276 
91,091 

74,141 

63,298 

.'>7,«28 

655,385 

54,180 

49,258 
42,102 
32,941 
30,669 

625,762 

28,926 

622,364 

17,888 

10,218 

610,066 

61,069,286 



32,864,156 



52,171,263 



68 



57,830 

99 

10,525,760 

15,211,907 

1,055,588 

543,665 

1,348,844 

1,816,820 

601,376 

1,305,038 



PORTUGAL. 



Wheat 


Dollars. 
1,739,884 
867,440 


Dollars. 

2,127,700 

214,892 

18,050 

21,394 

28,720 

1,126 

6,581 


Dollars. 

1,319,906 

409,691 

47,867 

6,894 

11,867 

1,731 

5,123 


Dollars. 
1,953,924 
588,923 
65,312 
6,660 
12,365 
8,310 
5,623 


Dollars. 

1,750,966 

612,132 

774,450 

118,443 

16,526 

6,669 

5,001 


Dollars. 

1,778,874 

438,616 

180,136 

80 378 


Cpland cotton 


Com (nuaize) 


Leaf tobacco' 


600 

28,814 

4,004 

7,889 


Wheat flour 


19,656 
4,368 
6,034 


Beef, salted or pickled 

Other articles 




Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


2,147,981 


2,413,463 


1,802,078 


2,640,107 


3.2M,180 


' 2, 457, .562 


Total domesticexports. 


2,960,526 


8,156,991 


2,519,45;^ 


3,532,067 


4,i:»,730 


3,259,951 


Per cent agricultural.. 


73 


76 


?2 


75 


80 


75 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 
Live RnimAla »,,,- 






40 

1,690 

2,862 

1,381,283 

409,691 

19 




76 


23 


Dairy products 


84 

6,440 

1,769,445 

867,440 


181 

4,869 

2,172,014 

214,892 


282 

10,277 

2,084,238 

688,923 

110 

6 

5,660 


427 


Meat products 


8,745 

2,543,664 

612,132 


6,639 


Breaostufb 


1,980,127 


Cotton 


438,616 


Fndts and nuts 


26 


Reeds 








1 


Tobacco 4 


600 


21,894 


5,894 


118,443 


30,378 







a Not stated. 



6 Annual average, 1898-18j|J^^^ byGoOglC 



46 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



Value of the agricultural exports of the United States ^ etc. — Continued. 
ROUMANIA. 



Articleft exported by the 
Unitod Stain. 



Glucose and grape sugar . 



1895. 
DoOan. 



Total agricultural ex- 
portB (domestic) 



Total domestic exports. 



19.S30 



Per cent agricultural . . I . 



Years ended June 30— 



1896. 



1897. 



DoUart. 



560 



660 



47,305 I 



41.965 



T 



1898. 

DoUart. 
1.Q7& 



1,075 



111,154 



' Annual 

average. 

1899. 1895-1899. 



DoUan. 



DoOan. 

827 



827 



146,048 



73,160 



0.4 



RUSSIA, EUROPEAN. 



Upland cotton 

Wheat flour 

Com (maixe) 

Bacon 

Sea-island cotton 

Tallow 

Lard 

Boots, herbs,and bark8,n.e.s. 
Lard substitutes, n. e. s. (cot- 

tolene, lardine, etc. ) 

Peppermint oil 

Other articles 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 



DoUars. 
4,196,987 



20,721 
'i6,'582' 



1.889 
8,797 



4,233,876 



Total domestic ex ports . 
Percent agricultural.. 

PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 



DoOan. 

3,669,406 
77,980 
31,490 



24,000 
17,100 



11.656 



4.483 
9,126 



3.845,181 



6,946.267 ; 7,378,090 



71 I 



52 



DoUars. < DoOan. 

3,172,789 8,133,768 
15,186 I 78,729 
29,709 88,120 

4,186 

74,500 I 

1,215 80,967 

248 1,746 

7,167 1,489 



818 
2,393 
10,409 



906 
18,080 



DoUars. i 
2,781,918 ' 
163,949 ' 
116.039 ' 
197,448 
14.876 
47.557 
67,287 
1,106 ' 

17,648 I 
4,850 I 
22,864 



8,814,384 8,802,988 



7,591,962 I 7,319,006 



44 



45 



100 



live animals 

Dairy products 

Meat products 

Breadirtuffs 849 

Cotton I 4,217,658 

Fruits and nuUi 

Vegetable oils I 1,889 

Seeds % ' 

Tobacco ' 



160 



17,100 

110,468 

3,693,406 



6,454 
2&1 



1,463 

48.502 

3.247.289 

68 

4,475 



60 



39,715 

114,941 

3.133,788 

5.955 

4.603 

56 

96 



8,485,041 



8,478,805 



41 



800 

285 

820.624 

284,273 

2,796.798 

5,479 

5,460 

640 



DoUan. 

8,890,961 
66,159 
43,060 
40,327 
26,819 
19,368 
18.856 
6,390 

8,698 
2,896 
12,756 



7,842,726 



49 



122 

57 

76,780 

111,807 

8,417.781 

2.300 

4,544 

170 

19 



SPAIN. 



DoUars. 

Upland cotton | 7,671,168 

Lealtobaceo 1,506,018 

Wheat , 

Corn (maize) 4,250 

Sausage casings 42, 710 

Lard oil ' 

Other articles , 22,917 



DoUars. 

8,739,024 

988,140 

63,483 

16,660 

39,262 



9,748 



Total agricultural ex- ' , 

ports ( domestic) 9, 247, 063 



Total domestic exports* i 
Per cent agricultural . . 



9.866,807 



10,916,632 11,453,019 



PRINCIPAL O ROUPS. 



Live animals 

Dairy products 

Meat products 

Breadstufls 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuLs 

Oil cake and oil-cuku meal. 

Vegetable oils 

St'eds . 



Tobacco 1.606.01H 



1,310 

55,444 

4,432 

7,671,168 

5 

6*757 



44,347 

80,:t44 

8,739,024 



DoUars. 

8,276,666 

738.730 

23,230 

200,907 

7,773 



11,102 



9,258,808 



10,889,611 



a-j 



DoUars. 

8,180,970 

298,997 

25,000 

110.617 

25,680 

12,764 

13,858 



DoUars. 
7,194,000 



498,876 

13,428 

5,090 

44,921 

24,177 



8,667,886 7.779,992 



10,202,389 9,068,995 



85 



86 



77 

15,270 

225, 477 

1,276,566 



1«1 

28 

7:«,730 



4,000 



27, 
135, 

8.181, 



4, 
'298^ 



20 

19,721 

518,088 

7,194,000 

25 

20 

1.309 



997 

-jittzecUsy' 



DoUars. 
^ 012. 346 
706.377 
122.018 
69.170 
24,103 
11.687 
16.860 



8,961,911 



10.506,129 



86 



800 

281 
82,602 



8.012,485 

29 

4 

2,579 

6 

706,877 

le - 



AOBICULTUBAL EXPORTS, BY 0OUNTRIK8, 1895-1899. 



47 



Value of the afjrlcvdlural eximrtn of i)ve United SUdes, etc. — Gontinaeil. 
SWEDEN AND NORWAY. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 



rpland cotton 

Bacon 

Oleooil 

Lard 

Rve 

Wheat flour 

Wheat 

I'ork, salted or pickled 

Corn (maize) 

Leaf tobacco 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Molasses and mrup 

Butter 

Com oil 

Tallow 

Cotton-seed oil 

Hams 

Canned beef 

Flaxseed, or linseed 

Oatmeal 

Sausa^ casings 

Dried apples 

Barley 

Prunes 

Lard sabstitutes, n. e. s. (cot- 

tolene, lardine, etc.) 

Oleomazgarin (imitation 

butter) 



Years ended June 30— 



1895. 




40^778 



11,772 
9,600 
82,069 
49,715 
22,928 
24,622 
(a) 

22,633 

4,021 

85,624 

6,930 



6,300 
4,895 



1896. 



1897. 



I 



L 



Dollars. 

1,105,531 , 
368,143 
348,462 
232,891 , 



Dollars. 
472,600 
847,983 
296,319 
241,457 



138,850 
214,574 
14, 145 
28,027 
84,653 
94,144 
52,227 
58,006 
(a) 

23,896 

21,835 

1,290 

8,929 



654 I 
13,746 ! 
7,640 I 

JQft I 



136,181 
68,096 
18,770 
15,628 

186,566 
70,133 
81,218 
56,579 
(a) 

23,048 
18,201 
25,177 
12,885 
12,775 
2, 101 
12,785 
10,767 



(o) 



Apples, green or ripe 
CioTer seed 



CioTer seed. 

Grease, grease scraps, and 

other soap stock 

Wines, unbottled 

Bran, middlings, and mill 

feed 

Wante cotton , 

Glucose and grape sugar. . . , 
Other articles , 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic ) 2, 418, 606 



143 
2,807 
2.596 

189 
1,459 



(a) 



I 



(a) 
10,604 



S 



80,149 



27,092 
3,108 
3,270 

4,000 
1,526 I 

820 , 
67,280 I 



2,967 



105 



'! 



[a] 

298 
99,242 



2,915,334 ' 2,126,804 



Total domestic exports I 4,648.086 I 5,019,486 5,463,534 
Per cent agricultural. . | 

PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 



Dollars. 

744,287 

317,797 

872,912 

269,795 

309,521 

482,416 

95,550 

70.102 

62,673 

42,953 

25,404 

47,690 

45.594 

25,541 

5,097 

65.508 

25,977 

2,028 



I 



11,551 
7,181 
4,986 



10.214 



2,287 
7,300 

1,114 
2,940 

4,280 

2,488 

600 

61,828 



3,069,676 



Dollars. 

703,503 

1,985,262 

788,862 

766,285 

1,080,760 

577,275 

652,243 

292,997 

277,367 

80,087 

136,815 

138.828 

38,637 

41,676 

91,723 

89,728 

48,210 

61,412 

70,900 

50,008 

28,722 

10,115 

84,200 

8,383 

17,504 

2,863 
9,847 
8,255 

10,506 
5,886 

500 

2,127 

5,270 

161,171 



7,981,427 



0,311,393 12,204,947 



Live animals 

Dairy products 

Meat products 

Breadstulls 

Cotton : 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal. 

Vegetable Oils 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



60 

24,622 

780,860 

441,429 

,093,588 

10,659 



5,216 
5,087 
82,069 



I 



49. 



65 



58,606 

1,158,647 

886,542 

1,106,581 

14,674 



41,411 
5,112 

84,778 



20 

56,579 

1,062,217 

237,809 

472,600 

19,284 



76,673 
13,808 
136,666 



46, 

1,123, 

930, 

746. 

34, 



25 ! 
630 I 
640 



614 
387 



2,855 

83,954 

235,022 

532,169 

706,680 

87,961 

1,115 

81,710 

79,289 

81,900 



Annual 
aver 
1895-18 



Dollars. 
823,902 
626,546 
404,078 
849,841 
268,056 
265,100 
263,788 
81,557 
78,689 
75,266 
75,242 
58,578 
48,806 
688,609 
88,280 
27,859 
26,256 
18,837 
16,735 
12,863 
12,737 
7,671 
6,940 
66,799 

6,084 

6,020 
4,092 
3,284 

3,183 
2,436 

62,390 

62,283 

2,278 

6106,600 



8,702,369 



6,729,489 



[v^ 



590 

43,878 

1,671,977 

905,690 

. 824,816 

23,327 

223 

57,325 

22,127 

75,653 



SWITZERLAND. 



Malt 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 
412 


Dollars. 

6,724 

2,563 

4 

677 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 
1 427 


Silk waste 








513 


Canned beef 








2,000 
129 
350 


401 


Glue 








161 


Rye whisky 




428 

660 
73 




166 


Tobacco stems and trim- 
mings 








132 


Other articles 


203 


489 


1,867 


2,870 


1,100 






Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


203 


1,161 


901 


11,835 


5,349 


8,890 


Total domestic exports 


17,578 


:^2,885 


70,328 


263,970 


266,956 


130,343 


I'er'cent agricultural . . 


1 




•1 


1 


4 


2 


3 



a Not stated. 



b Annual average. 1898-1899. 



Coogle 



48 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



Value of the agricuUural exports of tlie United States, etc. — Continued. 
SWITZERLAND— ConUnued. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 



PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 



Meatprodacts... 

Breadstuffs 

Fruits and nuts . 
Tobacco 



Years ended June 30— 



1895. 



DoUara, 
203 



1896. 



DoUan, 



23 
660 



1897. 



Dollars. 
80 
250 
93 



Dollars. 

573 

159 

1,047 

25 



Dollars. 
2,947 
859 
1,089 



Annual 
average. 
1895-1899. 



Dollars. 
761 
154 
450 
137 



TURKEY, EUROPEAN. 



Wheat flour 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


DoUars. 


DoUars, 
1.948 
43,050 
1,370 


DoUars. ' 
189,009 . 
34,362 , 
8,190 


Dollars. 
38 191 


Rum 








15,483 


Tallow 








1,912 

1,827 
645 


Hides and skins, other than 
furs 


2,095 


3.860 
4-25 


3,179 


Malt liquors, bottled 




2.801 


Glucose and grape sugar 




751 


1,525 


4.55 


Roots, herbs, anabarks, n. e. s 






501 
827 


100 


Other articles '. 




74 




445 


269 










Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


2,095 


4,359 


3,930 


48,338 


235,690 


58,882 


Total domestic exi>orts 


41.390 


31,820 


52,097 


139,075 


352,304 


123.337 


Per cent agricultural . . 


5 


14 


8 


35 


67 


48 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Dairv nroducts . . . 










32 

8,325 

189,009 


6 


Meat nroducts 




67 




1,370 
1,948 


1,952 


Breadstuffs 






38.191 


Fruits and nuts. . . 




7 




1 


Vegetable oils 






125 




25 


Seeds 








300 


60 















UNITED KINGDOM. 



Upland cotton 

Wheat 

Wheat flour 

Cuttle 

Bacon 

Com (maize) 

Fresh beef 

Lard 

Hams 

Leaf tobacco 

Oats 

Cheese 

Canned beef 

GlucoHc. and grape sugar 

Sea-island cotton 

Horses 

Barley 

Hops 

Butter 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal, 
flaxseed, or linseed 

Cotton-wed oil cake and oil- 
cake meal 

Sheep 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Apples, green or ripe 

Canned fruits 

Tallow 

Starch 

Molasses and sirup 

Oatmeal 

Cotton*Bced oil 



Dollars. 

101,696,650 

30,453,104 

30.529,897 

28,492,424 

29,024,682 

8,126,526 

16,784,936 

14,301,618 

9.245.618 

9,266,515 

2,725 

4,362,877 

3,562.993 

2,470,661 

2,404.595 

952,532 

621,112 

1,782.879 

134,955 

1,917,874 

1,299,097 

2,348.816 

1,643.509 

1,032.438 

1,838,346 

511.562 

227.908 

153.654 

688.635 

418.844 

926,585 



Dollars. 

89,736,382 

27,906,1*26 

29,108,434 

33,984,943 

27,746,893 

18,719,940 

18,950,744 

13,521,493 

10,066,718 

8,239,461 

1,894.798 

2,491,088 

3,629.301 

2,593,6-20 

3,314,085 

1,776.600 

2,257.360 

1,387,349 

1,768,453 



Dollars. 

113,923,808 

41,975,657 

30.925,512 

35,374,322 

27,564,915 

■22,952,199 

22,626,778 

10,040,789 

13,008,512 

8,119,248 

5,410,578 

3,701,536 

3.019,451 

2,571,872 

3.868.909 

2,679,736 

3.806,691 

1.159,262 

2,995,086 



2,388,335 1,756,651 



1.118.380 
2,647,640 
2,119,923 
750,774 
783. 224 
985. 419 
7%, 875 
555.382 
498.190 
722.570 
631,172 



1,414,282 

1.316,104 

2,081.108 

1,008.244 

2,010.668 

1.188.503 

898.966 

1.209.745 

597. 751 

740,400 

294,611 



Dollars. 
103,610,910 
76,834,524 
41,083, 12U 
35,431,464 
34.919,807 
29,580,758 
22,922,136 
18.807,640 
14.567,748 
8,572,298 
8,868,201 
3,267.507 
1,828.693 
2,546,089 
2,242,704 
3,072,498 
3,471,156 
2.468.853 
2,269,931 

1,430,275 

1,865,684 

1,016,895 

1,037,972 

1,248,451 

1,257,200 

1,121.005 

1,598.528 

910.051 

822,061 

1.294.760 

629.679 



Dollars. 

97.864,052 

55.367,397 

41,335,609 

28.213,572 

30,312,477 

27,512,398 

23,456,488 

12,310,730 

16,366,854 

7,808,850 

6,103,319 

2,063.409 

2,066.308 

3.379.715 

1,845,300 

3,024,952 

762,590 

8,291.347 

1,705,190 

1,183,616 

2,364,308 
702,347 
1,080,351 
3,119,067 
1,029,896 
1,732,601 
1,588,114 
1,615.056 
1,408,167 
790,702 
1,296,842 



DoUars. 

101,366.360 

46.607,362 

34,596,514 

32,299,315 

29,913,756 

21,378,364 

20,948,216 

12,796.454 

12,651.090 

8,401,272 

4.455.924 

3.177.283 

2,821.329 

2.712,391 

2.635.119 

2. 281. -264 

2.181,7J<2 

2,017,938 

1,771.713 

1,735,350 

1,612 340 

1.606.360 

1.692.573 

1,431,795 

1.383.767 

1.107,818 

1,012,078 

888,778 

802,961 

793.455 

755.678 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



49 



Valtte of the agricultural exports of the UtiUed StaleSy etc. — Continued. 
UNITED KINGDOM— Continued. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 



Years ended June 30— 



FredipOFK 

Hay 

Greaw, grease scraps, and 
other soap stock 

Oleooil..... 

Flaxseed, or linseed 

Corn meal 

Clover seed 

Rye 

Hair (including manufac- 
tures of) 

Canned vegetables 

Bran, middlings, and mill 
feed .7. 

Sausage casings 

Lard substitutes, n. e. s. (cot- 
tolene, lardlne, etc. ) 

Milk 

Dried apples ■ 

Hides and skins, other than 
furs 

Beans and peas 

Com oil 

Cottonseed 

Urdoil 

Pmnes 

Rum 

Wines, unbottled 

Wool 

Timothy seed 

Bones, hoofs, horns and bom 
tips, strips, and waste 

Peppermint oil 

8agarmeal 

Cider 

Glue 

Beef, cured, n. e. s 

Roots, herbs,and barks,n.e.8. 

Poultry and game 

Feathers 

Oleomargarin (imitat ion 

butter) 

Malt..... 

Brandy 

Beeswax 

Honey 

Nuts 

EWB 

Oranges 

Other arUcles 



1895. 



Dollars. 
56,800 
471,613 

328,467 
623,145 
876 
180,362 
996,123 
4,800 

324,063 
338,805 

(a) 
856,980 

29,879 
81,955 
94,295 

251,247 
7,392 

(a 

76,160 
106.002 

(o) 

228,925 
67,079 
12,686 

114,616 

180,261 
127,042 
(a) 

83,722 
45,387 
44,067 
57,982 
4,575 
72,004 

115,924 
56 
68,714 
88,594 
23,060 
29,889 
307 

2,222,586 



1896. 



Dollars. 
40,103 
599,837 

588,160 
664,943 
8,002 
143.236 
75v261 
124,612 

297.350 
284,772 

(a) 
282,507 

65,744 
27,609 



277,197 
154,230 
(o) 
177,451 
124,348 

(o) 

169,112 

110,^767 

174,445 

106,046 

98,191 
79,884 
66,935 
46,276 
43,834 
80,257 
51,234 
19,912 
56,273 

24.730 
16,540 
60,087 
87,261 
68,147 
10,406 
91 

(o) 
2,486.523 



1897. 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) ^^14 , 371 , 94j7 



Dollars. . Dollars. 
90,675 I 766,214 
575.691 ' 853,628 



456,965 
460,015 
2,178,022 
396,389 
439,022 
401,429 

327,163 



259,672 

282,093 
246,258 
158,512 

157,030 
254,782 
(a) 

159,702 
117,186 

(o) 

107,657 
108, 178 
162,621 
111,190 

68,543 
96,063 



61,524 
46,707 
45,489 
85,787 
39,887 

26,157 
9,472 
4,214 
40,860 
17.424 
43,147 
50 



664,106 
521,420 
156,619 
908,297 
631,098 
612,929 

458.080 I 
239,302 I 

108,236 I 
278, 152 

356,215 
269,811 
340,872 

29,456 
141,256 
150,540 
155.387 
120,106 
159,188 
1,232 
138,283 



3,7OT, 



620 



Total domestic exports ^\, 1^2, 970 



Per cent agricultural. 



PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Live animals 

Dairy products 

Meat products 

Breadstufte 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal.. 

Vegetable oils 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



I 
aaO,Sl2,742 l3Hl,EiJ 



82 



401,146^205 178,44S.>^^ 



tW 



31,808,197 

4,529,787 

77,807,305 

70,876,862 

104,101,245 

2,908,277 

3,216,971 

1,142,728 

1,315,254 

9,296,946 



38,421,223 

4,287,050 

79,578,930 

81,709,991 

93.060,467 

2,169,873 

3,506,715 

791, 178 

485,529 

8,265,289 



39,278,229 

6,942,830 

82,428,563 

106,278,788 

117,292.717 

8.683.577 

8,170,883 

592.584 

2,966,906 

8,121,335 



49,942 



66,882 

(a) 

54,514 

94,302 

87.735 

62,824 

46,660 

28,734 

80,005 
87,965 
23,165 
26,608 
41,989 
48,201 
81,638 
84,977 
,134,649 



1899. 

Dollars, i 

2,686,191 ' 

488,748 I 

949,601 
452,289 ; 
256,865 1 
897,087 
313,606 I 
681,135 ' 

326,947 i 
390,468 ' 

488,404 I 
210,132 

827,601 
305,843 
160.348 

43,030 
192,612 ; 
149,267 
171,245 
179,337 

60,421 I 

35,595 I 
128.356 , 
139,471 I 

55,742 

67.499 
46,930 I 
(rt) I 
62,717 
80,607 

105,971 
38,860 

128,796 
25,160 

24,636 
101,719 
17,694 
27,878 
22,082 
24,494 
64,281 
16,796 
4,674,468 



Annual 
average, 
1895-1899. 



438,611,588 398,261,403 



634,398,302 505,668,925 



82 



39,541,618 

5,807,249 

95,268,068 

164,354,000 

105,870,097 

3,362,421 

3,295,959 

1,053,656 

1,065,977 

8,575,626 



31,948,280 

I 4,074,442 

95,897,548 

135,697,742 

I 99,725,534 

3,282,730 

, 3,517,924 

1,732,063 

851,853 

7,821,659 

I 



Dollars. 
727,997 
597,908 

676.438 
542,352 
520,077 
603,874 
491,022 
864,981 

846,719 
308,085 

5298,320 
276,889 

202,306 
176.275 
164,579 

151.592 

150,054 

6149,904 

147,989 

129.196 

6109,780 

108,504 

107,533 

97,835 

87,507 

86.285 
83,360 
c66,935 
64,722 
63,131 
62,951 
49,278 
47,144 
44,412 

44,290 
43,150 
34,775 
84,240 
82, MO 
31,227 
29,273 
625,887 
3,445,169 



370,862,028 



460.758,799 



36,198,510 

5,128,272 

86,196.083 

112,183,477 

104,008,012 

8,081,376 

3,347,691 

1,062,442 

1,337,103 

8,415.971 



a Not Stated. 

1217-No. 20- 



6 Annual average, 1898-1899. 

4 



c statistics for 1896 only. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



50 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



Value of the agricaUural exports of the United States, etc. — Continued. 

BERMUDA. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 



Years ended June 30— 



1896. 



Cattle 

Wheat flour 

Butter , 

Bacon 

Fresh beef 

Com (maize) 

Oats 

Sheep 

Hams 

Bran, middlings, and mill 

Cheese' 

Bread and biscuit 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Com meal 

Canned beef 

Horses 

Milk 



Hay 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Potatoes 

Canned fruits 

Lard 

Refined sugar 

Poultry and game 

Eggs 

Apples, green or ripe 

Canned vegetables 

Beans and peas 

Coffee and cocoa, ground or 

prepared, and chocolate. . . 
Oleomargarin (imitation 

butter) 

Bourbon whisky 

Nuts 

Mutton 

Starch , 

Raisins 

Malt liquors, bottled 

Oranges 

Beef, cured, n.e. 8 

Rye whisky 

Fertiliter (refuse sklna) 

Molasses and sirup 

Other articles , 



Dollars, 
165,666 
63,235 
34,286 
19,301 
3,077 
23,792 
17,696 
17,667 
10,274 

(a) 
8,103 
7,868 
8,996 

11,615 
7,880 
6,815 
6,185 
6,244 
5,161 
4,846 

12,095 
8,969 
8,365 



Total agricultural ex- i 
ports (domestic) | 



2,833 
2,774 
5,409 
3.245 

2,520 

4,092 
9,900 
1,697 
1,106 
1,448 

(a) 
1,921 

(a) 
1,410 



(a 

728 , 
67,048 



DoUan. 
145,703 
77,477 
50,078 
21,825 
12,287 
18,927 
22,022 
18,862 
15,460 

(a) 

10,601 
9,690 

11,198 

10,547 
6,392 
8,710 
7,271 
8,112 
7,133 

11,102 
8,910 
5,258 
8,417 
5,181 
4,165 
4,254 
8,324 
3,348 

I 
4,796 

8,811 
8,885 
2,467 
868 
2,445 

(a) 
1,453 

(a) i 
1,073 ' 
3,072 I 

(a) 
3,160 
62,569 



1897. 



569,576 594,848 



DoUan. 
110,154 
83,107 
60,682 
21,601 
23,745 
15,861 
13,931 
14,763 
18,262 

(a) 

11,064 
9,682 
8,056 
6,809 
5,802 
5,960 
4,981 
5,936 
5,614 
3,061 
4,429 
4,970 
6,587 
4,415 
3,728 
8,831 
5,203 
3,539 

3,920 

2,299 
352 
2,514 
2,395 
2,350 
(a) I 
1,453 ' 

(«) i 
89 
10 ! 

(a) I 
689 I 

52,216 ! 



Dollars. 
124,694 
102.891 
55,500 
28,179 
34,410 
19,067 
14,780 
16,897 
16,063 

13,285 
10,863 
11, 140 
8,257 
8,919 
8,437 
8,798 
6,921 I 
5,823 1 
7,125 ' 
6,623 
8,820 
4,663 
2,275 ! 
3,797 
4,474 . 
4,219 ' 
3,815 



3,625 
2,752 



Dollars. 
130,875 
79,439 
55,979 
21,472 L 
80,741 ^ 
21,450 
16,421 
14,864 
26,444 

16,807 
11,691 
11,054 
10,741 
7,867 
8,775 
6,395 
7,821 
6,064 
6,418 
5,047 
3,062 
5,253 
1,825 
4,456 
5,963 
5,373 
2.795 
4,867 

2,067 

3,521 



3,178 
8,087 
1,794 
1,674 
1,793 
1,983 
1.541 
2,384 

(a) 
390 

44,328 



3,258 
4.081 
2,102 
2,009 
2,878 
1,436 
8,708 I 
2,226 
1,062 
294 
46,883 



Annual 
average. 
1895-1899. 



DoUar9. 
135,316 
81,230 
49.305 
22,466 
20,852 
19,819 
16,970 
16,609 
16,301 

615,046 
10,464 
9.887 
9.449 

■ 9,061 
7,847 
7,036 
6,636 
6,436 
6.290 
6,136 
6,463 
4,823 
4,892 
4,148 
4,133 
4,090 
4,009 
3,540 

8.386 

3,195 
2,7*27 
2.623- 
2,297 
2.028 

61.842 
1,800 

61,710 
1,564 
1.538 

cl,062 

1.052 

C 46, 883 



518,9 



606,916 



602.984 



576,657 



Total domestic exports 


797,788 


894,024 


829,694 


962.200 


1,046.351 


906,011 


Per cent agricultural. . 


70 


67 


63 


63 


58 


! " 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Live animals 


189,283 

48,574 

84,307 

145,443 

84,220 

424 

364 

1,260 


174,840 

67,950 

106,112 

162,964 

20,050 

396 

198 

1,618 


131, 7?2 

66,727 

104,622 

147,306 

20,178 

346 

227 

2,179 


151,828 

73,284 

133,028 

176,570 

23,681 

504 

392 

1,936 


153,920 

75,491 

144,484 

157,893 

22,526 

483 

199 

1,692 


160,329 


Dairy products 


66.405 


Meat products 


114,501 


Breadstuffs 


158,035 


Fruits and nuts 


24,131 


Oil cake and oil-cake meal.. 
Vegetable oils 


4S1 
276 


Seeds 


1,737 







BRITISH HONDURAS. 



Wheat flour 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Butter 

Mules 

Malt liquors, bottled . . 

Com (maize) 

Beef, salted or pickled. 

aNot stated. 



Dollars, 
37,748 

48,298 
9,983 
11,700 
12,796 
5,598 
7,080 



Dollars. 
58, 148 
56.693 
12,871 
39,175 
14, 479 
14,233 
7,989 



Dollars. 
57,861 
44, 37o 
14, 9W 

6,770 
13,773 
11,190 

7,776 



6 Annual average, 1898-1899. 



Dollars. 




cStatisUcs 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 

Value of the ngricuUural eocparUt of the Iniied Statea, etc, — Continued. 
BRITISH HONDURAS— Continued. 



51 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 




Yean 


i ended June 30— 




Annual 


1895. 

J)oUar$. 
4,475 
4,134 
4,670 
8,903 
6,3(>4 
8,812 
8,754 

8,026 
6,676 
2,679 

610 
2,941 

975 
1,401 

189 

1,062 

50 

967 

866 
12,436 


1896. 


1897. 

JDoOarif. 
9,031 
5,900 
6,016 
6,268 
6,626 
4,666 
6,719 

6,236 
4,027 
8,678 
2,617 
3,848 
6,080 
1,758 
4,041 
1,681 
8,612 
1,240 
1,266 
17,697 


1898. 


1899. 


1895-lft». 


Hams 

Bread and biscuit 


DoUars. 
6,410 
6,636 
6,589 
4,770 
7,223 
8.968 
4,888 

7,188 
5,144 
3,301 
1,448 
4,180 
3,235 
1,372 
1,853 
958 
2,411 
1,003 
1,166 
14,660 


DoUars. 
8,991 
10,210 
7,176 
7,225 
6,086 
7,069 
5,147 

4,440 
1,685 
5,483 
7.257 
8,806 
360 
2,746 
1,161 
2,967 
2,018 
1,634 
1,389 
19,785 


DoUars. 
7,086 
6,867 
7,458 
9,216 
4,684 
7.382 
6,615 

3,061 
4,124 
4,219 
7,081 
3,140 

863 
2,681 
1,966 
1,844 

135 
1,467 

806 
18,042 


DoUars. 
7,198 
6,749 
6,182 
6,076 
6,996 


Cheese 


Uid 


Refined sugar 


Beans and pea* 


6,379 
5,125 

4,690 
4,131 
8,872 
3,783 
8,583 


Bacon 


Coffee and cocoa, ground or 
prepared, and chocolate. . . 


Canned beef 

Leaf tobacco 


Hay 


Horses 


2,301 


Potatoes 


1,992 


Bourbon whisliy 


1,832 
1,700 


Canned yegetables 


Cattle 


1,645 


Onions 


1,260 


Canned fruits 


1,096 


Other articles 


16.504 






Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


197,048 


290,376 


255, 744 


289,034 


255,859 


257,611 


Total domestic exports 


394,238 


665,333 


550,816 


563,399 


491,323 


611,022 


Per cent agricultural. . 


50 


62 


46 


51 


^2 


50 


FKISCIPAL GROUPS. 

Live animal^ 


12,866 
20,329 
78,786 
49,886 


46,636 
28,604 
87,319 
81,819 


17,713 
26,037 
80,722 
77,908 


8,726 

25,972 

91,090 

101,806 

8 

5,379 

20 

143 

62 

7,257 


1,890 
29,025 
84,498 
92,138 

3,818 

12 

371 

84 

7,081 


17,344 


Dairy products 


24,794 


Meat products 


83,483 


Breadstuflfe 


80,711 


Cotton 


3 


Fruits and nuts 


3,080 
40 
247 
113 
610 


6,517 
60 
45 
49 

1.448 


6,418 
638 
125 
31 

2,617 


4,8-12 


Oil cake and oil-cake meal. . 
Vegetable oils 


i:« 
186 


Seeds... 


68 


Tobacco 


3,783 







CANADA. 



DoUars. 

Com (mai«e) 1,668,791 

Wheat 2,600,266 

Upland cotton 3,414,156 

Wheat flour 2,782,629 

Leaf tobacco 1,082,268 

Cheese 913,282 

Hides and skins, other than 

fuis 1,084,085 

Horses 710,727 

Bacon 428,226 

Pork, salted or pickled 408, 704 

Cattle 9,694 

Hams 200,631 

Lard 167,294 

Oranges (a) 

Butler 41,899 

Timothy seed 83,414 

Flaxse^. or linseed 647 

Cloverseed 309,741 

Greaj«, greaae scraps, and 

other soap stock 273.221 

Oats 70,409 

Wool 271,828 

Beef, salted or pickled 158,062 

Sheep 158,600 

Rye 460 

Broomcorn 114,883 

Cotton-seed oil 124,962 

Com meal 64.884 

Canned beef 96,966 

a Not stated. 



DoUars. 
2,060,310 
2,424,116 
2,866,349 
3,186,634 
1,071,116 
402,749 

1,046,182 
693,639 
422,214 
685,220 
166,914 
869.138 
459,367 

W,911 
811.047 

30,541 
287,376 

294,816 
r7,441 
811,992 
167,250 
142,472 
16,493 
118,800 
103,866 
129,273 
102,938 



DoUars. 
2.539,996 
3,975,433 
8,137,860 
2,511,478 
1,528,221 
714,667 

940,735 
478,574 
540,730 
398,663 
459,036 
294,781 
283.652 

258,433 

821,762 

55,080 

265,608 

189,367 
160,929 
296,497 
183,276 
90,363 
102,567 
81,236 
61,416 
43,116 
97,968 



Dollars. 
7,847,394 
6,101.800 
3,961,586 
2,513,043 
• 674,671 
1,073,428 

460,326 
874,874 

1,267,043 
699,670 

1,068,139 
608,650 
345,444 
298,874 
668,525 
216,538 
82,568 
183,285 

148,913 
413.948 
16,461 
89,901 
108,446 
263,407 
100,451 
108,107 
151,021 
88,512 



DoUars. 
6,859,312 
6,142,290 
2,994,674 
2,965,631 
1,246,015 
942,565 



6 Annual average, 1898-1899, 



DoUars. 
4,173,161 
4,049,381 
3,274,926 
2,789,843 
1.120,467 
809,386 



355,871 


777,240 


667,165 


684,896 


600,464 


651,736 


778,717 


674, 193 


221,037 


884.964 


499,832 


872,606 


358,570 


812,865 


252,043 


6275,459 


298,768 


253,507 


250,269 


286,603 


1,004,203 


224, .^88 


.66,426 


212,467 


143,555 


208,972 


226,588 


191,862 


12,852 


181,826 


84,136 


126,525 


75,323 


115,039 


185.213 


113,424 


104,665 


103,907 


100,875 


99,841 


79,075 


93,464 


129,218 


98,116 



jitizedbyCjOOgle 



52 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 18d5-1899, 



Value of the agricultural exports ofth^ Uniled States^ etc. — Continned. 
CANADA— Continued. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 



Bran, middlinga, and mill 
feed 

Molasses and sirup 

Glucose and grape sugar — 

Raisins 

Coffee and cocoa, ground or 
prepared, and chocolate. . . 

Nursery stock 

Glue 

Nuts 

Prunes I 

Canned fruits 

Starch 

Milk I 

Waste cotton 

Yeast 

Malt 

Malt liquors, bottled 

Hay I 

Hops I 

Apples, green or ripe 

Malt liquors, unbottlcd j 

Sausage casings ' 

Potatoes ! 

Corn oil 

Beans and peas 

Barley 

Oleooil 

Hair (including manufac- 
tures of) 

Canned vegetables 

Wines, unbottled 

Tallow 

Feathers 

Poultry and game 

Alcohol, including cologne 
spirits 

Cotton-seed oil cake and oil- 
cake meal 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal, 
flaxseed, or linseed 

Bread and bis<'uit 

Lard oil 

Bones, hoofs, horns and horn 



Years ended June 30— 



tips, strips, and waste 

Roots, herbs, and barks.n.c.s. 



HogH . 

Fresh beef 

Refined sugar 

Onions 

Mules 

Beef, cured, n.e.s. 

Linseed oil 

Bourbon whisky . 
Other articles 



1895. 

Dollars. 
(a) 

39,631 
87,673 : 

(a) I 

64,462 ' 
85,126 
39,513 
49,776 

(a) 

17,782 
12,967 
6,601 
(a) 

44.443 
32.399 
21.830 
13,649 
14.886 
80,803 
2I,3&1 
21,130 
23,552 
27,365 

(a) 
4,421 
4,753 
2,160 

19,027 
9,440 
6,373 
26,184 
14.668 
7,793 



1896. 



DoUare. 

72,751 I 
37,576 ' 

(a) 

56.189 
85,582 
83,107 
51,267 

26,870 

16,309 

20,817 

(a) 

44,857 

30,827 

33,708 

26,599 

32,828 

22,951 

26,909 

29,371 

25,967 

23,319 

(«) I 

29,&14 I 

6,228 

51,724 

16,055 
16,950 
9,283 
50,905 
15,098 
11,760 



1897. 

Dollars. 

(a) 

61,789 

49,534 

(«) 

63,276 
72,718 
42,698 
43,963 

30,773 

18,824 

47,718 

(a) 

42,849 

28,979 

43,761 ! 

37,677 I 

40,786 I 

30.616 

16,643 ; 

31,516 I 

36.144 

31,022 

46,771 

3,266 

26,003 

19,682 
15,256 
14,866 
2,382 
12.911 
26.691 



1888. 



DoUars. 
75,324 
83,675 
166,826 
70,427 

81,792 
36,862 
48,664 
61,988 
50,261 
40,667 
57,508 
62,866 
36,936 
41,752 
47,312 
37,312 
63,677 
40.786 
34,228 
68,502 
38,030 
36,8r3 
24,379 
16,537 
17,805 
97,385 
19. 131 

25,029 
40,601 
55,827 
7,141 
20, 5M 
24.166 



Annual 
average. 
1895-1899. 



DoUars. 
82,668 
101,321 
67, 117 
72,809 

89,347 
35,974 , 
70,216 
71,602 
68,613 I 
116,072 
122,764 
92,750 ; 
51,029 I 
36,061 
62.262 I 
4)»,662 
41,464 I 
49.943 , 
59,967 
24,912 
38,488 < 
22,017 
25.841 , 
29.266 
16,134 
1,598 , 
10,651 I' 

26,928 I 
24,093 . 
18,986 I 
16,748 I 
37,947 
31,696 I 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 



Per cent agricultural. . 

PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Live anfmAls 

Dairy products 

Meat products 

Breadstuffs 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-oakc meal. . 

Vegetable oils 

See<ls 

Tobacco 



26.347 


19.188 


11,299 


20,157 


19,448 


37,514 


20.418 


7,766 


8,662 


17. W2 


7,872 


2,448 


2,077 


27,874 


46,513 


13, 162 


21,26(> 


16,180 


17,232 


13,683 


7,981 


11,727 


22, W2 


17,280 


12,609 


. . 33,530 


15,546 


4,r/9 


5,801 


7,064 


16,433 


8.550 


8.724 


12,843 


17,7-22 


3,215 


6,%^ 


17,88:} 


24,940 


6,847 


3,983 


3.834 


1.470 


9,676 


39,055 


6,266 


2,997 


2,724 


4.062 


39,870 


3,644 


8,335 


6,744 


9,022 


13,966 


11.350 


2.365 


1,697 


9.530 


15,374 


•10,091 


7,208 


19,641 


8,147 


1 1 


2. 2:m 


1,668 


15,676 


11,022 


6.364 


8.KHf) 


3.780 


12,387 


6,634 


4.958 


1.176.90ts 


l,8n,219 


1.192,810 


1,401,798 


1,251,557 


19,181,.')0S 


20,357,400 


22.192,126 


32,839.827 


30,784,ia5 


47,787,501 


53,063,247 


58.466,048 


77,460,465 


81,010,379 


40 


38 


38 


42 


38 


90:^,521 


1,019.730 


1,059,714 


2,120,900 


1,014,662 


961,782 


523,477 


1,020,818 


1,694,819 


1,334,073 


1,627.971 


2,310,204 


1,919.328 


3,255,826 


2,744.956 


7,319.276 


8,169.109 


9.617,912 


16,687,502 


16,713,216 


3,414,166 


2.868,749 


3,137.860 


3,997,521 


8,046,703 


748,409 


974.903 


744. K30 


1, 194.472 


1,144,-283 


46,:i86 


22,866 


9.833 


86.586 


63,655 


171,871 


149, 145 


119.733 


213,692 


208,887 


442, M6 


630,997 


698,004 


480,636 


1.882,903 


1,082,671 


1,073,976 


1.636,640 


676,036 


1,246,688 



DoUars. 
678,996 

71.JCB 
71.74i 
bTl.m 

fi9.011 
6i,'Sil 
66,H10 
66,719 

Kl,897 
46,413 
45.671 
44,0n0 

MS, 482 
41,992 
38,ai6 
37. iW 
36.413 
S5,1M6 
ai.717 
31.666 
30.707 
28.711 
26.»v» 

622,f<97 
22,7.\S 
22, M6 
21. 9M 

21.343 
21.248 

20.472 
20,229 
20.201 

19. '^M 

IS.L'Te 

17.357 
16.:<tf> 
14..1^^ 

18.241 
12,«i>< 
11. MX 
ll.flU 
11. IM 

8.063 
8,0l> 
7.373 
6, 1*9 
61.336.67H 




1 223. 7iO 

l,106,h5M 

2,371. N'7 

11,687,403 

8.292,7^ 

«6l.»<> 

8S.6J3 

171,656 

727,017 

l,122,ybl 



a Not stated. 



6 Annual average, 1898-1899. 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AGRICULTURAL KXVORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899, 



53 



Value of the agrwallurui exporln of the Uniied Htates^ etc. — Coutiuucd. 
COSTA RICA. 



ArtioloH exported by the 
United States. 



Wheat flour 

Lard 

Tallow 

Wheat 

Leaf tobacco 

Malt liquors, bottled 

Beans and peas 

Wines, unbottled 

Butter 

Alcohol, including cologne 

spirits 

Pork . salted or pick led 

Beef, salted or pickled , 

Mules 

Milk I 

Hams 

Refined sunir 

Bread and biscuit I 

Malt 

Cheese ' 

Com (maize) 

Rye whisky I 

Bourbon whisky • 

Canned fruits I 

Oats , 

Canned beef ...) 

Onions : I 

Lard substitutes, n. e. s. i 

(cottolene, lardine.etc.) ..! 

Cattle 

Horses i 

Grease, grease scraps, and 

other soap stock 

Coffee and cocoa, ground or 

prepared, and chocolate. . . 

Wines, bottled.-. 

Roots, herbs, and l>arks,n.e.s. 

Barley 

Canned vegetables 

Hops 

Bacon 

Other articles 

Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 



Total domestic exports 
Per cent agricultural. . 

PB1NCTPAL GBOUFS. 

Live animals 

Dairy products 

Meat products ; 

Breadstuffs I 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal. 

Vegetable oils 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



Years ended June 30— 



1895. 



Dollars. 
112, 189 
99,058 
31.158 
16.668 
17,688 
18,825 
5,102 
9,641 
8,736 

4.000 
7.653 
5,058 
1,875 
3,945 
4,325 
4,998 
3,710 
5.198 
3.834 
5,608 
2,794 
3,334 
2.957 
1,624 
1.480 
1,194 



510 
650 



395 



876 
1,280 



45 
671 
791 
891 
22.405 



410,8 



957, 8Q2 



43 



3,200 

16,515 

151,706 

148,823 



1896. 



Dollars. 
153,223 
&1,605 
26.003 
21,800 
18.885 
15,584 
4,641 
14.001 
10,912 



7,422 
6,215 
620 
5.041 
4,226 
9,009 
4,295 
5,744 
4.584 
1,393 
2,437 
7,123 
3.324 
1,526 
2.174 
1,634 



2,040 I 
1, 140 

1,438 

1,497 

1,668 

6,225 

278 

1,692 

750 

701 

30,654 



Dollars. 
178.300 I 
68,083 
28.472 
29,987 
11,953 
15,962 
11,882 
14,741 
10,417 

29,312 
6,347 
5,308 
2.933 
6.573 
&322 
6,327 
3,106 
2,129 
6,627 
6,138 
2,861 
8,995 
4,175 
1.987 
4.029 
2,621 

709 

590 

1,732 



1.764 
1.510 



3.096 

1.028 

1,058 

631 

29,418 



434,499 I 511.912 



1, 157, 840 I 1 , 292, 709 1, 259, 268 



1898. 

Dollars. 
214,476 
110,767 
24,921 
34,395 
20,156 
H501 
20,288 
9i 187 
12,666 

7,961 
7,598 
7,138 
20,375 
5,820 
5,144 
2,846 
8,307 
8,416 
4^261 
3,497 
4,174 
2,865 
3,041 
6,959 
3,691 
2,510 

801 
3,280 
3,400 

958 

1,191 
1,676 
28 
1,905 
1,196 
1,6»1 
1,378 
22,171 



1899. 



600.628 



'I 



7,«i5 



2,223 
1,383 

17,588 



4,366 

20,537 , 

108,667 I 

194,301 I 

180 '. 

8,456 I 



5,515 

21,617 

121,367 

234,111 



8,222 



1,749 I 
2,529 I 
18,885 



3,346 
1,458 
11,953 



27,222 
22,737 
165,107 
276,769 



6,674 

29 

1,819 

882 
20,156 



Dollars. 

185,426 

104, 19t) 

28,113 

26,989 

14,251 

17,158 

12,362 

5.748 

9,979 



7,758 

7.671 1 
4,000 
8,010 I 
5,899 

678 ' 
3,701 I 
5,363 \ 
3,411 ' 
3,865 { 
6,557 
1,134 
2,012 ; 
3,010 ' 
2,625 , 
1,692 

6,738 ' 

1,330 , 

650 

I 
2,454 . 

1.672 , 
728 

25 , 
746 

1,211 I 

961 

1,M2 I 

23,943 , 



512, 3(M 



Annual 
average, 
1895-1899. 



Dollars. 
168,723 
87,331 
27,733 
26,747 
16,567 
16,406 
10,853 
10,663 
10.540 

8,256 
7,355 
6,277 
5,%1 
5,678 
5,183 
4,752 
4,624 
4,370 
4,313 
4,099 
8,765 
3.690 
8,102 
3,021 
2,770 
1.980 

1,650 
1,550 
1,514 

1,415 

1,380 
1,372 
1,256 
1,214 
1>-160 
1,051 
1,029 
25,718 



494,048 



l,210,aS7 



42 



6,058 
21,400 
168,159 
227,810 



5,380 



8,410 
1,757 
14,251 



1,175,547 



42 



9,272 

20,561 

141,001 

216, 163 

36 

7,157 

6 

2,409 

1,602 

16,567 



GUATEMALA. 



Wheat flour 

Tallow 

Malt liquors, bottled 

Com (maise) 

Wines, unbottled... 

lArd 

Wheat 

Horses 

Mules 

Malt 



Dollars. 
34^,045 
77,340 
41,719 
64,834 
16,672 
44,811 
40,691 
22), 930 
37,190 
40.831 



Dollars. 
299,169 
92,409 
45,119 
8,355 
80,169 
42,754 
20,a57 
57,088 
49,855 
12,299 



Dollars. 
462,046 
56,530 
83,789 
17,717 
52,121 
16,865 
41,142 
26,585 
21,240 
18,;)% 



Dollars. 

318,604 

60,677 

11,862 

38,884 

16,983 

8,181 

9, 365 

3,850 

550 

15,167 



Dollars. 


Dollars, 


340,187 


352,410 


54,000 , 


68,191 


8,369 


88,072 


10,582 , 


28,075 


15, 132 


26,215 


13,925 


25,107 


8,332 


23,977 


30 


22,297 




21.767 


17,663 


20,871 



o 



54 AGEICULTUBAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTEIES, 1895-1899. 

Value of the agricuUural exports of the United States^ etc. — Continued. 



GUATEMALA— Continued. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 



Bourbon whisky 

Potatoes 

Wines, bottled 

Canned beef 

Keflned sugar , 

Bacon 

Hams 

Canned fruits 

Butter ; 

Bread and biscuit 

Beans and peas 

Cattle 

Canned vegetables 

Hay 

Starch 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Cheese 

Oats 

Hope 

Mific 

Apples, green or ripe 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Rye whisky 

Onions 

Nursery stock , 

Grease, grease scraps, and 

other soap stock 

Other articles , 



Years ended June 30— 



1895. 



Dollars. 
18,055 
18,474 
20,426 
5,249 
4,951 
7,988 
7,289 
10,196 
5,155 
4.767 
8,711 
4,497 
2,419 
3,061 
8,814 
8,884 
8,963 
1,231 
4,886 
2,456 
8,670 
2,111 
1,122 
1,124 
146 



648 ' 
60,065 



Total agricultural ox- 
ports (domestic) 



1896. 



DoUara. 
83,857 
18,822 
25,601 
13,404 
10,424 
10,711 
9,819 
9,593 
7,783 
7,420 
4,666 
6.206 
8,187 
5,751 
5,283 
6,570 
3,582 
4,927 
1,637 
3,264 
2,519 
2,976 
4,498 
1,360 
4,519 

680 
76,879 



944,821 946,861 



1897. 



DoUan. 
27,519 
20,764 
24,714 
19,847 
14,619 
8,839 
9,477 
7,990 
8,038 
6.454 
8,696 
10,661 
6,525 
9,664 
3,141 
2,295 
3,416 
6,180 
1,466 
2,916 
2,101 
2,674 
1,934 
2,008 
412 

2,800 
109,584 



1898. 



Dollars. 
13,002 
18,670 
5,779 
4,871 
6,819 
4,119 
4,165 
2,747 
4,481 
3,344 
3,270 
1,070 
3,312 
2,597 
2,450 
8,165 I 
1,188 
771 
1,888 
1,212 
1,533 
1,095 
959 
1,907 
7 

510 
87,197 



Dollars. 
10,218 
15,385 
6,066 
8,321 
1,607 
2,144 
2,586 
1,283 I 
8,084 
8,831 
1,870 I 
420 ' 
778 
70 ' 
2,754 
1,514 
1,863 I 

81 

2,516 , 

771 I 

653 I 

698 ; 

681 

857 I 

22 

371 
24,214 



Annusl 
average, 
1895-1899. 

DoUan- 
2O.:i30 
18. «3 
16,521 

im 

6,750 
6,6^ 
6.3K2 
5,6»< 
5,163 
4,4«J 
4,371 
4.244 
4,229 
3,47? 
8,276 
2,7>2 

2,379 
2,124 
2,095 
1,911 
1.S39 
1.451 
1,021 

1,002 
61. 5W 



1,115,665 



Total domestic exports | 2. 596, 032 
Per cent agricultural.. 



36 



PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 



Live ftTiimn-iH 

Dairy products 

Meat products 

Breadstuffs 

Cotton , 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal. . 

Vegetable oils 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



67,434 
11,574 
158,047 
486.100 



18,575 

1 

4,161 

5,471 

55 



8,092,823 , 2,992,118 



609,751 



557,896 



1,162,572 ' 1,071,811 ,. 2,182,971 



31 



114,679 

14,529 

194,322 

868,240 



19,056 



37 



60,378 

14,370 

124,623 

600,131 

66 

19,131 



4,784 
6,850 
2,043 



6,287 

6,159 

44 



52 I 



52 



I 



6,874 

6,881 

87,711 

382,847 



7,421 



3,855 
3.099 
2,012 



1,401 ! 
5,718 
78,912 
374,329 



6,746 



2,845 
2,187 



38 



50,152 
10.614 
128,723 
442. 32> 
13 

n.m 



4,3* 

4,7cw{ 

m 



HONDURAS. 



Wheat flour 

Refined sugar 

WineSj unbottled 

Malt liquors, bottled . . . 

Lard 

Butter 

Pork, salted or pickled . 

Mules 

Beansand peas 

Bourbon wnisky 

Bacon 

Bread and biscuit 

Horses 

Wines, bottled 

Cheese 

Canned vegetables 

Hams 

Com (maize) 

Rye whiskv 

Beef, salted or pickled . 

Brown sugar 

Potatoes 

Canned f raits 

lx»af tobacco 

Milk 



DoUart. 
51,596 
9,866 
3,598 
5,703 
6,221 
4,154 
5,734 
60 
2,616 
2,358 
2,666 
2,080 



1,671 
1,415 

845 
1,306 
1,044 

349 
1,713 
1,836 
1.116 
1.413 

904 

962 



Dollars. 
56,995 
15,867 
6,846 
4,763 
6,693 
6,198 
4,310 
2,560 
2,190 
1,616 
3,027 
2,139 

370 
1,768 
1,497 

562 
1,133 
1,825 

595 
1,746 
1,171 

866 

81 '2 

689 



Dollars. 


DoUars. 


DoUars, 


Dollars. 


67,987 


71,890 


73,390 


02,871 


16,778 


14,201 


8,257 


12,991 


8,647 


8,274 


8,240 


7,1-21 


6,878 


7,341 


9,187 


6.ntl7 


4,174 


6,331 


6,959 


*'SJ 


4,116 


5,040 


6,787 


4,!^ 


2,730 


6.464 


4,775 


4,«»1 


4,350 


6,960 


8,960 


4.37S 


2,643 


6,823 


6,262 


3.707 


4,199 


1,601 


4,907 


2.916 


2,335 


2,496 


8,098 


2.724 


1,910 


3,703 


8,645 


2.bi5 


2,100 


6,196 


4,015 


2,** 


1,735 


2,679 


2,675 


2.1*" 


1,437 


1,916 


2,052 


1.66S 


646 


8,896 


2,249 


1.610 


1,668 


1,967 


1,617 


1,516 


1,020 


1,286 


1,756 


1,8?^ 


618 


2,209 


3,117 , 


l.-'JT^ 


1,046 


1,484 


737 


1.315 


1.889 


1,730 


441 


I.SIS 


734 


1,(J68 


1,808 


1.237 


l.fv'il 


1,129 


l.OHO 


1,217 


1,387 


472 


446 


l,I(i6 


843 


1,414 


1.906] 


1.163 



AOBIOULTUBAL DXPOBTS, BY OOUNTBIES, 1895-1899. 



55 



Value of the agricultural exports of the United StatUj etc, — Coutinue<i. 
HONIJURAS— Continued. 



Articlefl exported by the 
United States. 



Canned beef 

Other articles 

Total ogricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 

Total domestic exports 

Per cent agricultural. . 

PBINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Liye animals 

Dairy products 

Meat products 

Breadstufb 

Fruits and nuts 

Vegetable oils 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



1896. 

DoUars. 
935 
10,5?2 



1896. 

DoUars. 
914 
11,467 



Years ended June 30 — 
1897. 



I 



1898. 



Dollars. 
1,620 
21,719 



122,798 \ 



140,178 I 144,319 I 



188,287 



1899. 



DoUara. 
1,262 
21, 144 



I Annual 
! average, 
I 1896-1899. 



Dollars. 
1,071 
15,335 



188,506 



615,009 



656,893 I 64)9,682 706,798 | 787,522 



20 



25 



22 



271 



24 



72 

6,531 

20,626 

67,617 

2,146 

1,193 

284 

964 



2,985 


7,384 


19,668 


64,202 


1,899 


866 


403 


2,569 



6,893 


6,396 


14.161 


63,721 


2,790 


579 


475 


1,387 



12,932 

8,369 

24,157 

80,379 

2,805 

1,337 

537 

472 



14,636 

9,746 

22,632 

82,271 

3,021 

1,661 

386 

446 



166,817 



667,180 



24 



7,808 

7,686 

20,209 

69,618 

2,532 

1,127 

417 

1,166 



NICARAGUA. 



Wheat flour 

Lard 

Malt liquors, bottled 

Beana and peas 

Wines, unbottled 

Refined sugar 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Tallow 

Bourbon -whisky , 

Com (maize) 

Bread and biscuit 

Butter 

Milk 

Canned beef 

Hams 

Canned vegetables 

Canned fruits 

Potatoes 

Wines, bottled 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Bacon 

Brown sugar 

Cheese 

Hay 

Coffee and cocoa, ground or 

prepared, and chocolate. . . 

Rye whisky .\ 

Leaf tobacco 

Rice 

Linseed oil 

Alcohol, including cologne 

spirits 

Cotton-seed oil 

Onions 

Other articles 



Dollars. 

116,486 

22,961 

26,272 

14,696 

14,761 

13,729 

10,134 

11,160 

10,601 

4,877 

6,416 

6,716 

6,483 

6,319 

6,465 

4,618 

6,420 

8,402 

4,045 

' 2,214 

. 1,166 

4,906 

2,739 

I 546 

1 4,622^ 

2,660 

8,746 

636 

2,235 



2,108 

1,202 

26,767 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 



348,967 



Total domestic exports 
Per cent agricultural. . 

PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 



Liye animals 

Dairy products 

Meat products 

Breadstnffs 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal. 

Vegetable oiTs 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



967.329 



1,338 
16,938 
64,134 
133,922 



10,127 

3 

5,859 

245 

3.715 



Dollars. 

136,076 

86,777 

31,108 

22,700 

19,348 

25,774 

11,928 

20,865 

7,754 

11,915 

6,065 

8,054 

7,903 

5,030 

4,^3 

8,072 

4,802 

8,287 

2,966 

8,911 

8,564 

2,734 

2,568 

487 

1,549 
606 
1,254 
3,336 
1,325 

3 

1,288 

1,061 

21,670 



413,706 



1,069,320 



Donors. 

156,284 

17,146 

22,769 

21,179 

26,134 

14,806 

11,090 

28,180 

10,082 

6,972 

6,270 

7,390 

6,346 

6,927 

6,018 

3,286 

4,561 

3,194 

6,018 

1,716 

1,654 

2,841 

2,509 

1,421 

1,066 
1,168 

761 
3,517 

906 

1,562 

1,300 

867 

26,544 



Dollars. 
166,864 



18,674 
20,897 
7,506 
20,876 
20,459 
7,294 
11,647 
11.884 
12,737 
9,120 
8,093 
12,006 
7,604 
7,918 
2,890 
4,146 
2,412 
4,176 
8,486 
2,979 
8,068 
4,247 



1,793 



824 

2,136 

6T3 

1,468 

23,706 



Dollars. 

129,490 

22,912 

10,626 

19,671 

12,281 

8,921 

18,981 

6,207 

7,888 

12,688 

12,066 

10,218 

9,856 

8,293 

6,661 

6,008 

2,984 

4,282 

962 

4,109 

4,604 

79 

2,672 

4,776 



8,441 

2,846 

817 

2,096 

8,007 

909 

1,575 

26,410 



406,271 



411,913 



1.038,664 I 910,200 



1,067 
18,515 
89.498 
169,366 



8,197 

11 

4,091 

521 

1,-2M 



6.168 
16.244 
68,766 
176,553 



9,096 
3 

3,261 
349 
751 



46 



424 

20,270 

83,437 

186,679 

5 

6,925 



362,868 



1,018,812 



1.545 

22.745 
76,210 
160,714 



7,275 



3.906 
3:^1 

8H0 

Digitized b^ 



Dollars. 
188,937 
24,359 
20,867 
19,809 
15,996 
15,721 
14,518 
13,731 
9,684 
9,367 
8,309 
8,300 
7,736 
7,616 
6,722 
4,969 
4,319 
3,662 
8,282 
3,226 
2,878 
2,708 
2,706 
2,295 

2,147 
1,981 
1,895 
1,738 
1,478 

1,840 

1,256 

1,231 

25,020 



388.646 



1,004,765 



39 



2,108 

18,744 

76,409 

163,247 

1 

8,«M 

3 

4,461 

:m 

1,H96 



o 



bc. 



AGRICULTURAI* EXP0ET8, BY C0UNTKIE8, 18d5-18d9. 



Value o/Oie agrvcuUural exports ofifie IkiUed States, etc, — Continued. 

SALVADOR. 



Artlclea exported by the 
United States. 




Years 
1996. 


ended Jun 

1897. 


eSO— 


! 


Annual 


1895. 


1898. 


1S99. 


W^. 


Wheat flour 


Dollars. 
230,274 
48,554 
54,200 
28,187 
11,002 
7,710 
18,199 
3,775 


Dollars. 

^7,792 

65,227 

65.704 

54,556 

17,429 

7,308 

834 

6.724 

1,834 
4,116 
3,979 
1,794 
2,779 
5.978 
5,362 
2.095 
1,015 
830 
1,012 
26,626 


Dollars. 

277,846 

76,571 

88,669 

4,497 

15,828 

9,082 

8,884 

11,010 

20,477 
4,884 
2,889 
2,266 
798 
682 
1,641 
2,298 
1.607 
1,494 
2,238 

86.067 


Dollars. 
348,899 
22,860 
11.323 
2,996 
8,974 
9,105 
5,983 
1,727 


Dollars. 
186,400 i 
14,874 1 
6,861 
i;764 
1,971 
6.0(6 

662 1 
2,541 1 


DoOan. 
2^,942 


Wines, unbottled 


45.517 


Malt liquors, bottled 

Bourbon whisk v 


35.150 
17,400 


Wines, bottled.*. 


9,9» 


Potatoes 


7, Ml 


Corn (maize) 


6,790 


Tallow 


6,155 


Alcohol, including cologne 
spirits 


4.462 


Canned fruits 


6,341 
3,655 
1.104 
2,887 
1,860 


'•^ 

84 

81 

1,408 

718 

1,676 

480 

14.235 


803 ! 

359 ' 
3,108 
2,818 


im 


Apples, green or ripe 

Cotton-seed oil 


2.m 

1,9G6 


Lard 

Brandy 

Reflned sugar 


1,888 

1,716 
1,395 


Canned beef 


536 
2,462 

775 

1.679 

23,685 


688 

«23 

1,354 

522 

18,787 


1,S74 


Beans and wna 

Malt 

Hama 

Other articles 


1,324 

1 1,236 

1.176 

22,680 






Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


4'ti,885 


521,979 


618,768 


481,382^ 


-242,097 


481,212 


Total domestic exports 


1,286,595 


1,582,217 


1.596,861 


780.634 


617.307 


1,162,728 


Per cent agricultural . . 


86 


83 


32 


66 


89, 


37 


PKINaPAL GROUPS. 

Live animalH r , r. 


4,206 

1,851 

9,147 

266,626 

13,010 

3,246 

791 

C28 


3,968 
1,171 

13,169 
258,788 

12, -229 
8,509 
1,199 


1,440 

1,524 

16,606 

801,048 

12,546 

7,407 

1,602 

85 


921 

469 

4.358 

359,898 

6,612 

8,140 

476 




2,106 


Dairy product* ......,, - r . , - 


284 

6.948 

198,806 

2,200 

280 


i;060 


Meat products 

Breadstuffs 

Fruits and nuts 


9,844 

278,822 

9.299 


Vegetable oils 


4,667 


Seeds 

Tobftopo 


860 
133 













MEXICO. 



DoUars. 

Upland cotton 2,352,299 

Corn(maize) 108,272 

Cotton-seed oil 408,617 

Lard 128,779 

Leaf tobacco 156,778 

Wheatflour 171,129 

Hogs 56,112 

Wool 192,639 

Wines, unbottled 73,939 

Malt liquors, bottled 97,466 

Horses 61,242 

Malt 21,974 

Cattle 31,900 

Grea.se, grease scraps, and 

other soap stock 61,661 

Tallow 84,308 

Butter 27,714 

Potatoes 26,497 

Bread and bi.scuit 81, 411 

Hay 21,742 

Reflnedsugar 31,422 

Hams 25,385 

Mules 2,543 

Hops 8,464 

Lard substitutes, n. e. s. (co^ 

tolene, lardine, etc.) 

Canned yegetables 11, 783 

Cheese 13,958 

Cannedbeef 8,168 

Milk 10,676 

Bourbon whisky 13,133 

Malt liquors, unbottled 13, 342 

Raisins (a) 

Canned fruits 10,660 

Bacon 8,369 

a Not Rtatfii. 



Dollars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


DoUars. 


DoUan. 


1,643,188 


1,236,447 


1,821,478 


1,048,473 


1,519,875 


672,093 


3,233,781 


48,657 


63,412 


824,223 


837,892 


820,496 


328,788 


491.114 


877.877 


209,727 


832,286 


177,525 


169,689 


208,591 


160,685 


109,152 


136,686 


142,485 


140,947 


166,953 


96,762 


86,848 


138,979 


182.184 


206,807 


263,088 


44,487 


87.642 


181,626 


238,316 


140,609 


10 


42,640 


122,843 


88,068 


90,682 


88,594 


98,289 


87,912 


115,047 


95,678 


47,934 


22,627 


75,730 


62,239 


88,978 


77,090 


81,849 


74.280 


53,708 


52,020 


104,744 


107,307 


67.961 


39,509 


29,186 


78,400 


98,920 


55,583 


65,749 


78,113 


45,313 


26,766 


52.820 


77,060 


36,561 


24,364 


88,675 


61.172 


33,169 


40,089 


43.720 


49,767 


^^ 


30,472 


39,563 


41,775 


44,489 


86.559 


33,153 


84,828 


85,474 


42,891 


85,560 


28,610 


41,188 


26,106 


37,016 


80.913 


29,459 


23,619 


18,722 


50,104 


»'SS 


. 29,487 


28,976 


28.790 


80,856 


27,699 


27.570 


21,933 


86,120 


41,489 


*5'S 


8,289 


66,619 


82,426 


2,362 


20,432 




19,772 
14,944 


26,884 
22,440 


41,216 
19,622 


17,564 


17,167 


17,171 


12,762 


15,519 


14,436 


19:919 


15.509 


16,611 


14,253 


14,237 


19,670 


14, 5g 


10,826 


11,503 


16,376 


22,902 


"•S 


9.937 


9,974 


14,706 


24,061 


"•25 


9,038 


8,373 


11,467 


16,413 


11,725 


(a) 


(a) 


6,768 


15.821 


611,296 


9,645 


12,970 


9,666 


11,070 


10,W 


8,«126 


9.449 


9,8(M 


17,277 


^ ia7tt> 



h Anniutl average. 1898-1899. 



bogle 



AGMCULTUKAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



57 



Value of the agricaUural exports ofUve United Stdteaj etc, — Continued. 
MEXICO— Con tinued. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 



Onions 

Hides and skins, other than 

furs 

Cottonseed 

Sheep 

Linseed oil 

Apples, green or ripe 

Bran, middlings, and mill 

feed 

AUrohol, including cologne 

spirits 

Nursery stock , 

Coffee and cocoa, ground or 

prepared, and chocolate. . . 

Beana and peas 

Lard oil 

Oats 

Starch 

Glue 

Wines, bottled 

Nuts 

Kgg« 

Rye whisky , 

Stearin 

Brown sugar 

Waste cotton 

Brandy 

Wheat 

Other arUclee 

Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic ) 

Total domestic exports 

Per cent agricultural. 

PBI17CIPAL GROUPS. 

Live animals 

Dairy products 

Meat products 

Breadstu ffs 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal. 

Vegetable oi Is 

Seeds 

Tobftcoo 



1896. 



DoUan. 
6,4«4 

1,427 
10,062 
8,388 
8,888 
6,702 

(a) 

1.621 
5,267 

5,014 

5,208 

6,747 

5,137 

5,732 

3,449 

5,316 

8,692 

2,658 

2,840 

848 

394 

(a) 

1.857 

4,608 

140.060 



4,608,509 



1896. 



Years ended June 30— 
1897. 



Dollars. 



14,148 

962 

9,698 

8,912 

11,564 

(a) 

15,691 
7,686 

4,106 
10,262 
3,698 
5,022 
8,110 
4,388 
6,277 
7,060 
5,038 
1,801 
4,415 
264 

2,794 

727 

191, 190 



14,582,484 



31 



4,774,168 



18,686,797 



26 



159,541 
52,348 

275,049 

864,658 

2,362,299 

54,468 

87 

427,956 
16,268 

156,847 



349,864 
56,767 

358,942 

925,815 

1.648,188 

78,497 

100 

865,289 
10,867 

160,685 



DoUarB. 
10.585 

81,248 
8,557 

11,877 
6,718 

U,686 

(«) 

11,787 
5,866 

3,129 
5,500 
4,648 
11,554 
2.794 
5,655 
4,318 
4,298 
8,177 
2,511 
5,580 

81 
' (a) 
1,913 

32 
271,396 



1899. 



7,026,205 



22,726,596 



81 



423,686 

67, 111 

444,256 

3,460,203 

1,286,447 

72,654 

6 

844,071 

20,085 

109,152 



DoUart. 
14,184 

2,676 
22,558 
9,748 
8,887 
6,147 

12,544 . 

8,182 
10,085 I 

4,647 
4,985 
8,753 
4,307 
2,848 
5,907 
4,781 
8,638 
1,974 
1,872 
8,758 
8,855 
1,103 
2,054 
41 
246,621 



DoUars, 
18,212 

2,606 
5,101 
11,525 
10,955 
7,271 

3,496 

191 
7,768 

16,048 
6,943 
9,540 
8,678 
7,789 
5,643 
3,627 
4,183 
2,146 
6,073 



9,807 
8,948 
8,959 
5,145 



3,404,544 3,686,910 



20,405,952 



17 



264, 

74, 

322, 

242, 

,322, 

58, 



348, 
29, 
135, 



24,283,528 



337,193 
92,588 
387,029 
394,963 
1,047,421 
75,920 



520,778 
15,724 
143,786 



Annual 
average, 
1896-li^. 



Dollars. 
10,619 

10,420 
9,449 
9,236 
8,872 
8,674 

58,020 

7.484 
7,333 

6,589 
6,570 
6,476 
5,940 
5,445 
4,996 
4,864 
4,572 

21919 
2,919 
2,780 
52,526 
2,515 
2,091 
5814,251 



4,679,085 



20,137,071 



23 



306.928 

68,667 

357,651 

1,077,662 

i,aao,385 

68,011 

29 

401,318 

18,483 
141,221 



MIQUELON, LANQLEY, AND ST. PIERRE ISLANDS. 



Wheat flour 

Pork, salted or pickled . 
Bread and biscuit 



Butter 

Coffee and cocoa, ground or 

prepared, and chocolate. . . 

Com meal 

Lard 

Molasses and sirup 

Com (maize) 

Lard substitutes, n. e. s. (cot- 

tolene, lardlne, etc. ) 

Oleomargarin (imitation 

butter) 

Malt liquors, unbottled 

Hams 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Beans and peas 

Malt liauors, bottled 

Linseed oil 

Hay 

Onions 

a Not stated. 



Dollars. 
43,870 
9,651 
4,771 
1,473 



4,671 
1,729 
2,880 
3,747 
2,297 

1,607 

1.324 
1,296 
575 
660 
212 
47 
275 
454 



Dollars. 

30,990 

6,179 

552 

1,946 

2,134 
2,950 
1,957 
1,948 
1,435 

1,634 

2,696 

1,671 

753 

848 



484 



DfiUars. 


DoUars. 


IhMiirs, 


IktOars. 


48,106 


52,578 


60,777 1 


47,164 


5,28!} 


7,493 


9,221 


7,566 


2,270 


5,465 


5,332 1 


3,678 


1,586 


5,586 


3,471 


2,812 


2,859 


2,096 


1,990 , 


2,750 


2,143 


2,848 


3,872 1 


2,709 


2,774 


2,496 


8,113 1 


2.644 


1,891 


2,338 


3,235 1 


2,631 


1,452 


1,608 


2,397 I 


1,838 


143 


2,275 


1,251 1 


1,382 


1,104 


941 


5941 


1,832 


1,943 


750 


58 1 


1,144 


540 


1,450 


1.789 


1,021 


813 


961 


1,186 


894 


556 


436 


661 


494 


1,016 


615 


708 


476 


616 


492 


513 


476 


185 


358 


828 


265 


78 


541 


415 


222 



h Annual average, 1898-1899. 

jitized ' 



•byG00gl( 



58 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



Value of ifie ctgricuUural exports of the United Stales, etc. — Continued. 
MIQUELON. LANGLEY, AND ST. PIERRE ISLANDS-^CoDtinued. 



Articles exported by the 
United Statee. 


Years ended June SO— 


Annual 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1888. 


1899. 


average, 
1895-1899. 


LSlf'S\S^.".'!f*.::::::;: 


Dollars. 
188 

lis 


Dollars. 
127 
192 

666 
1,457 


Dollars. 
42 
179 


Dollars. 
361 
295 


Dollars. 
390 

185 


! DoUarf. 
212 
19S 


Alcohol, Includinar cologne 
spirits 


• 138 


Other articles 


1,095 


1,861 


.2,043 


2,731 


1,8» 






Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


82,885 


61,306 


77,430 


94,018 


104,212 


88, 8n 


Total domestic exports 


167,496 


141,916 


161.525 


195,764 


192,509 


171, W2 


Per cent agricultural. . 


49 


43 


48 


48 


54 ll 49 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

TJvA animalH 






125 

1.610 

11,781 

54,099 

204 

616 

179 






25 


Dairy products 


1.608 

15,544 

62,287 

416 

276 

113 


1,946 

12,891 

86,442 

450 

484 

192 


5,586 

14,467 

62,494 

847 

492 

295 


3,487 

16,943 

72,378 

i;054 

513 

185 


2,836 


Meat products ;.... 


14,318 


BreadstufTs 


66, 6» 


Fruits and nuts 


m 


Vegetable oils 


476 


Tobacco 


198 







NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR. 



Wheat flour 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Oleooil 

Butt«r 

Leaf tobacco 

CJorn meal 

Lard 

Reflned sugar , 

Hams , 

Canned beef 

Cotton-seed oil 

Bran, middlings, and mill 

Com (maize) 

Bacon 

Canned vegetables 

Bread and olscuit , 

Canned fruits , 

Feathers 

Hides and skins, other than 

furs 

Oleomargarin (imitation 

butter) , 

Oranges 

Hops 

Broom com 

Raisins 

Other articles 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 



Total domestic export-s 
Per cent agricultural . . 

PRINCIPAL G Rom's. 



Live animals 

Dairy products 

Meat products 

Breaostufls 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal. 

Vegetable oils 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



Dollars. 

876,014 

127,761 

122,132 

59,021 

20,885 

15,116 

4,773 

14,808 

515 

12,551 

7,305 

8,733 

(a) 
3,328 
7,536 
2,798 
1,996 
2,306 
2,968 

2,944 



(a) 
1,307 
1,300 

(a) 

28,678 



Dollars. 

451,549 

288,159 

108,036 

42,857 

14,902 

26,802 

6,656 

13,854 

72 

6,985 

8,263 

5,501 

(a) 
2,573 
709 
1,321 
1,703 
1,565 
1,888 

3,139 

7,920 

(a) 
1,106 
1,694 

(a) 
28,188 



819,285 1,026,392 



1,121,133 i 1,391,207 



73 I 



74 



I 



1,000 

20,463 

361,207 

392,159 



8,320 



3,791 

847 

15,168 



8,600 

15,003 

481.667 

465,235 



5,921 

5,218 

26,872 



Dollars. 

286,877 

162,148 

95,803 

87,699 

17,572 

18,164 

11,503 

16,104 

130 

6,970 

9,246 

804 

(a) 
1,457 

755 
2,443 

835 
1.636 
1,857 

3,202 

505 
(a) 
893 
1,291 

(a) 
25,122 



652,306 



1,090,827 



25 

19,395 

335,667 

253,774 



5,921 
607 
828 

1,549 
18,192 



Dollars. 

254,160 

167,156 

62,480 

30,425 

25,606 

24.981 

31.812 

10,004 

601 

4,479 

1,647 

7,541 

D55 ; 

3,446 I 

244 
1,846 
2,807 
2,064 
1V657 



Dollars. 

481,066 

204,606 

103,745 

44,767 

26,228 

5,392 

23,937 

15,049 

52, 142 

9,166 

7,739 

10,642 

6,816 
6,160 
8,725 
3.549 
3,551 
2.665 
1.707 



1,818 - 

957 I 

330 I 

300 

22,544 I 



1,441 
1,402 
1,026 
1,759 
36,877 



1 
658,611 j 1,005,181 



Dollars, 
349,987 
189.966 
98,839 
42. «4 
20,919 
18,079 
15,736 
13,963 
10,672 
8,021 
6,840 
5,644 

58,886 
8,892 
2, MM 
2.291 
2,078 
2,027 
2,019 

1,857 

1.685 

51,630 

1,133 

1,12S 

61.090 

629.711 



832.155 



1,170,900 I 1,587,198, 1,272.253 



56! 



63 ' 



478 
25.585 
281.411 
297,425 



30 
26,368 
408.485 
477,145 



11,895 
1,173 

10,822 
1.973 
5,422 



1,026 

21,S63 

372,667 

877,148 

45 

7.822 

345 

6,785 

1,9!*7 

IS, 121 



a Not stated. 



b Annual average, 1896-1899. 



O 



AGBIOULTUBAL EXPORTS, BY 0OUNTEIE8, 1895-1899. 

Value of the agrieuUural exports of the United States, etc,. — C-ontinucHi. 
briubh west indies. 



59 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 



Wheat flour 

Pork, salted or pickled . 

Bread and biscuit 

Com (maize) 

Com meal. 



BeelL salted or pickled . 



OleomazKarin (imitation 
butter) 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal, 
flaxseed, or linseed 

Leaf tobacco 

Butter 

Oats 

Cheese 

Cotton-seed oil 

Hams 

Mules 

Refined sugar 

Beans and peas. 



Bran, middlings, and mill 

(banned beef 

Hones 

Malt liquors, bottled 

Bacon 

Sheep 

Tallow 

Hay 

Potatoes 

Milk 

Cattle 

Nunery stock 

Onions 

Coffee and cocoa, ground or 
prepared, and chocolate. . . 

Nuts.V:.... 

Ouinedfmits 

Canned vegetables 

Apples, green or ripe 

Other articles 



88,202 
16,609 
15,240 
15,432 
11,116 

8,801 
14,484 
10,258 

7,692 

8,082 
426 

8,115 

6,666 
6,054 
6,856 
4,905 
4,393 
196,155 



Total agricultural ex- i 
ports (domestic) | 4, 828, 128 5. 374, 287 



Years ended June 30— 

1898. 



Dollars. 

2,293,602 
488,170 
859,514 
239,861 
242,800 
195,667 
153,346 

113,402 

148,510 
131,392 
109,540 
128,916 
68,525 
83,612 
79,812 
69,760 
41,727 
67,607 

37,964 
28,414 
40,072 
28,867 
23,652 
21,267 
18,291 
16,917 
18,621 
26,692 
21,899 
5,419 
8,426 

7,218 
6,886 
5,951 
5,296 
5,048 
188,952 



1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


DoOatB. 


DoUart. 


DoUar$. 


1,803,256 


2,100,398 


2,088,890 


535,700 


651,267 


386,246 


290,274 


849,215 


306,226 


275,561 


214.826 


206,018 


225,819 


211,156 


201,230 


226,092 


280,017 


173,291 


188,263 


190,784 


134,898 


147,493 


146,660 


132,072 


150,161 


121,498 


123,511 


118,156 


132,990 


113,555 


128,028 


128,879 


117,775 


81.819 


84,817 


67,060 


78,519 


75,265 


75.646 


50,945 


59,914 


84,505 


46,0m 


59,120 


62,209 


51,550 


72,794 


56,729 


72,907 


70,115 


43,457 


34,615 


43,236 


64,647 



a 

31,635 
26,969 
22,515 
19,199 
16,986 
10,183 
17.837 
14,982 
10,869 
6,073 
1,148 
8,677 

6,674 
5,735 
6,116 
4,670 
6,386 
185,263 



22,487 

21,928 

19,702 

13,702 

25,007 

19,122 

20,328 

18,081 

8,900 

14,404 

5,068 

8,020 

6,558 
6,914 
5,870 
6,880 
7,793 
215, 112 



Annual 
average, 
1895-1899. 



DoUara. \ 


Dollari. 


1,798,216 , 


2,015,871 


476,089 1 


507,494 


297,755 1 


820,397 


247,214 1 


242.694 


218,871 ' 


219,975 


177,883 ' 


200,590 


168,517 


166,161 


148,097 , 


187,546 


136,916 i 


136,118 


110,814 


121,869 


118,999 


119,544 


74,016 


77,224 


66,306 


72,852 


66,896 


68,974 


83,617 


66,170 


76,093 


65,386 


48,619 


55,366 


63,421 


54,685 



41,937 
21,942 
25,063 
37,028 
28,202 
14,277 
80,471 
11,371 
14,709 
17,836 
16,994 
28,571 
5,794 

10,405 
7,446 
7,071 
9,803 
4,287 
251,782 



Total domestic exports i 7, 667, 561 
Per cent agricultural . . 63 



63| 



67 I 



PRINCIPAL OBOUP8. 
Live An{inal4 ......-- t 


88,290 

209,239 

1,281,262 

2,700,374 


Dairy nroducts 


Meal products 


Brcadstufls 


Cotton 


Fruits and nuts ........---, r r 


25,635 
152,124 

53,852 

1,887 

118, 156 


Oil cake and oil-cake meal.. 
Vegetable oils 


Seeds 


Tobacco 







124,830 

214,513 

1,410,102 

3,059,906 

35 

25,355 

122,497 

64,463 

1,474 

132,980 



119, 

202, 

1.035, 



899 155,198 

321 204, 757 

971 I 1.184,083 



2,949,562 


3,862,728 


27,746 
124,006 

88,075 

1,186 

113,565 


24,236 
149,022 

89,130 

1,348 

131,392 



136,378 

203, 140 

1,240,594 

2,741,993 

132 

27,238 

144,000 

69,464 

2,054 

110,826 



639.951 
28,526 
26,126 
24.670 
19,087 
17,721 
17,374 
16,177 
15,330 
14,398 
13,480 
8,125 
7,806 

7,504 
6,607 
6,373 
6,211 
5,581 
b220,367 



4,882,771 5,531,515 4,946,827 I' 5,112,6 



8,566,965 1 7,808,493, 8,23.'>,678 i 8,618,024. 8,179,344 



63 



124,619 

206,794 

1,230,402 

2,962,798 

33 

26,042 

138,330 

72,997 

1,590 

121,372 



CUBA. 



Laid 

Wheat flour ... 

Cattle 

Bacon 

Hams 

Beans and peas. 

Potatoes 

Cora (maize)... 



l^ta. 



DoUars. 


Dollars. 


2,209,067 


1,561,185 


1,301,079 


647,067 


360 




890.454 


886,475 


420,216 


348,065 


208,979 


148,579 


274,853 


217,315 


216,602 


98,201 


2,168 


8,851 


11,941 


117,140 



a Not stated. 



Dollars, 
1,255,183 
564,638 
5,266 
574,402 
374, 185 
276,635 
831,558 
247,906 
128.224 
219, 787 



Dollars. 

1,027,657 

1,160,736 

1,085,299 

672,008 

366,243 

880,199 

285,082 

41.'),80:J 

313,961 

238,4:V> 



Dollars. 

1,472,6(M 

1,739,165 

1,802,149 

643,881 

559,584 

421,593 

280.101 

293,607 

510,436 

107,<577 



Dollars. 
1,503,139 
1,082,535 
578,616 
533,344 
413,458 
286,197 
277,781 
253,404 
191,628 
188,996 



bAimoal average, 1898-1899. 



/Google 



fiO 



AGBIOULTURAL EXPORTS, BY OOlTNTRIRS, 1895-18JKi. 



Value of agrimUuroL exports of Ifie Uniled Stales, etc., — Continued. 
CUBA— Continued. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 



Milk 

Malt liquors, botUed 

Horses 

Bran, middlings, and mill 

feed 

Hay 

Oats 

Butter 

Cheese 

Tallow 

Horn 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Canned fruits 

Bread and biscuit 

Malt liquors, unbottled 
Grease, grease scraps, and 

other soap stock 
Broom com 




Apples, green or ripe 

Rye whisky , 

Coffee and cocoa, ground or 

prepared, and chocolate. . . 
Beef, salted or pickled. 

Onions 

Canned y^etablea 

Lard substitutes, n. e. s. (cot- 

tolene, lardine, etc.) 

Corn meal 

Starch 

Cotton-seed oil 
Canned beef .. . 
Other articles 

Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 

Total domestic exports 

Per cent agricultural. . 

PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Live animals 
Dairy products 
Meat products. 
Brei^stuffs 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal 

Vegetable oils, 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



184. 4» 
2,619.173 
1.448,876 

6a 

54,998 
13S 

12,448 
S.506 
1,546 



DANISH WEST INDIES. 



DoUart. 

Wheatflonr 83,216 

Com meal 44, 969 

Pork, salted or pickled 22,839 

Lard 13,216 

Oleomaigarin (imitation 

butter) 11,386 

Leaf tobacco 7,382 

Hams 8,040 

Butter 9,736 

Beansandpeas 6,015 

Ryeflour 9,480 

Bread and biscuit 5.458 

Refined sugar 9, 680 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal, 

flaxseed, or linseed 4,723 

Starch 6,786 

Cheese 4,881 

Beef, salted or pickled 4,556 

Com(maize) 3,836 

a Not Htatcd. 



IktUats. 
98.633 
39,516 
20,688 
10,565 

11,131 
9,764 
6,887 
8,071 
7,288 
6,611 
7,486 
4,767 



4,128 I 
6,918 ; 
5,443 
3,630 I 
3,373 ! 



MMars. 


DoUan. 


DoUartt. 


DuUan. 


106,519 


178,730 


91,216 


111.663 


35,690 


83,786 


38,861 


88,5© 


18,581 


26,706 


17,581 


21./79 


9,102 


81,848 


11,306 


15.208 


9,184 


9,711 


10,185 


10.299 


9,083 


14,661 


7,561 


9.6K) 


7,818 


11.685 


7,588 


«'S 


6,318 


8,771 


6,069 


'•5S 


6,167 


9,062 


6,983 


^•2J 


4,646 


6,518 


5,866 


^'fS 


6,486 


10,225 


4,179 


®'SS 


6,136 


6,039 


3,184 


6,961 


6,168 


6,821 


8,162 


fi'S 


4,426 


4,785 


4,410 


^•2S 


4,820 


5,096 


4,228 


4.8W 


8,221 


4,447 


2,788 


8,71« 


2,242 


2,967 


8,107 


8,103 



b Annual average, 1696-1 



TCjOOgle 



AOBICULTUBAL EXPOBTS, BY COUNTBIES, 1885-1899. 



61 



Value of the agricvUnral exports oftft€ United States^ etc, — Continued, 
DANISH WEST INDIES--Continued. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual 


1896. 

DoUars. 
4,280 
513 
2,164 
1.823 
11,753 


1896. 


1897, 


1898. 

DoUars. 
4.768 
3,780 
2,494 
2; 582 
21,157 


1899. 


ayerage, 

1895-1899. 


Mules 


DoOart. 
1,200 
1,021 
1.851 
100 
11.763 


DoUars, 
1.760 
8.186 
1.285 
1,067 
18,047 


DoOart. 


DOlart. 
2,402 
2,081 


Cotton-seed oil 


1,704 
2,578 
2,919 
18,632 


Canned beef 


1,964 


Oata 


1,586 


Other articles 


14,270 






Total agricultund ex- 
ports (domestic ) 


276,181 


269.329 


264,282 


406.598 


251,943 


298,457 


Total domestic exports 


493,570 


585.974 


519,448 


704,034 


495,883 


549,772 


Per c^nt agricultural . . 


. 66 


60 


51 


58 


51 


53 


PBINCrPAL OBOUPB. 

Live animals 


5,869 
14,683 
65,549 
149,721 


2,000 
18,601 
56,756 
157,885 


1,760 
11,246 
68,686 
158,214 


5,858 

13,992 

95,084 

237,406 

189 

1,898 

6,821 

4,849 

267 

14,661 


13 

9,658 

66.406 

148,165 


8»000 
12.686 


Dairy products 


Meat products 

Breadstuffs 

Cotton 


65,496 

mm 




1,766 

4,728 

'687 

66 

7,382 


1,715 
4.123 
1,553 
110 
9,764 


1,844 
5,163 
8,212 
73 
9,083 


2,282 
8,162 

70 
7,661 


1,901 


Oil cake and oil-cake meal. . 
Vegetable oils 


6,798 
2,436 


Seeds 

Tobacco 


^115 
9,680 



DUTCH WEST INDIES. 



Wheat flour 

Com meal 

Bread and biscuit 

Butter 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Lard 

Com (maize) 

Leaf tobacco 

Beans and peas 

Potatoes 

Refined sugar 

Hams 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Hay 

Oleomargarin (imitation 

butter) 

Canned beef 

Malt ]iquon,*bottTed V.V.'.'.'.V. 

Onions 

Milk 

Other articles 

Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 

Total domestic exports 

Per cent agricultural. . 

PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 



Live animals 

Dai ry products 

Meat products 

BreadstufEs 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal. 

Vegetable oils 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



DoUars. 

82.695 

51,766 

12,978 

14.756 

15,209 

14,807 

11,914 

4,782 

5,822 

4,584 

6,835 

2.778 

1.404 

2,310 

2,702 
2,557 
1.497 
1,017 
1,442 
1,840 
22,687 



DoUars. 

89,886 

52.191 

15,689 

15,169 

15,284 

18.193 

14,975 

28,408 

7,854 

8,995 

7.856 

2.435 

2,605 

1,849 

1.429 
1,043 
1,942 
1,888 
921 
1,189 
19,011 i 



265.776 I 



550,615 I 



48 I 



1.808 
17,592 
51.735 
162,268 



8,404 

9 

257 

167 

4,782 



DoUars. 

92,407 

46,887 

17,829 

15,703 

14,673 

12,578 

18,886 

7,904 

11,287 

4.700 

3,802 

1,818 

1,416 



525 
1,180 
1,851 
1,077 
1,062 
1,022 
20,046 



292,662 



272,661 



619.118 



649,971 



762 

18,800 

44,946 

175,580 



2,483 

12 

483 

229 

28,408 



44 
18,576 
42,499 
178,592 



160 
7,904 



DoUars. 

112,441 

57,380 

18,803 

16,428 

17,009 

18,183 

13,545 

12,148 

12,876 

5,160 

1,777 

2,855 

1,624 

898 

892 
1,371 
913 
1,540 
1,266 
1,028 
19,081 



811,718 



541,295 



58 



286 

18,369 

45,687 

205,087 



2,843 

2 

322 

153 

12,148 



DoUars. 

79,797 

57,648 

18»017 

14,302 

10,684 

18,962 

18,885 

15,646 

11,242 

8,445 

626 

2,278 

1,132 

2,182 

1,807 
983 
640 
914 

1,111 

982 

17,861 



263,529 



470,732 



56 



I 
33 
16,874 
89,937 
166,763 
107 
1,740 
2 
118 I 
131 I 
15,646 I 



DoUars. 

91,435 

63,175 

15,662 

15,271 

14,652 

13,545 

13,541 

12,768 

9,806 

4,377 

4,079 

2,332 

1,636 

1,625 

1,489 
1,417 
1,869 
1,187 
1,164 
1,102 
19,727 



566,346 



50 



487 

17,742 

44,961 

176,648 

21 

2,302 

6 

305 

168 

12,768 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



62 



AGBIOULTUBAL EXP0BT8, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



VcUue of the agricuUural exports of the United Stales^ etc. — Continaed. 
FRENCH WEST INDIES. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 



Yean ended June 9d— 



Wheat flour 

Cotton-seed oil 

Oleomargarin (imitation 

butter) 

Lard 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Beef , salted or pickled 

Leaf tobacco 

Beans and peas 

Corn (maize) 

Butter 

Br^ad and biscuit 

Mules 

Hams 

Horses 

Malt liquors, bottled 

Bran, middlings, and mill 

feed 

Corn meal 

Wheat 

Other articles 



Total affricultuml ex- 
ports (domestic) 



Total domestic exports 
Per cent Hgrricultural.. 

PRINCIPAL OROUra. 

Live animals 

Dairy products 

Meat products 

BreadstulTs 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal. . 

Vegetable oils 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



1896. 



T 



DotUin. 
438,018 
61,326 

121,506 
82,052 
63,887 
68,413 
87,996 
8,741 
41,670 
19,062 
33,898 
11,100 
16,851 
6,766 
8,988 

(a) 
5,488 
6,800 

19,939 



651 



17,000 

19,594 

345,915 

580,289 

205 

629 

2,322 

61,390 

27 

37,996 



1896. 



DoOart. 
418,685 
72,685 

96,708 
75,620 
71,731 
44,194 
43,680 
19,884 
84,266 
18,849 
25.237 
82,980 
15,776 
6,700 
4,146 

(o) 
2,022 
6,760 

21, 112 



1897. 



DoUare. 
614,822 
104,953 

100,467 
64,257 
63,843 
42,806 
37,198 
51,324 
82,060 
11,983 
29,864 
88.736 
15,748 
2,415 
6,843 

(a) 
2,295 
11 
'25.680 



1899. 



DoOars. 
606,658 
106,603 

89,451 
67,995 
42,196 
56,777 
36,482 
61,416 
87,669 
82,666 
26,099 
• 16,316 
13.308 
3,401 
3,179 

3,869 
4,191 



29,?29 



Dollars 
481.065 
115,782 

21,746 
68,061 
40.269 
87,288 
44.637 
64,898 
84.289 
76, 157 
26,078 
27,146 
16,610 
4,006 
4,106 

4,401 
3,379 



34,950 



1,030.274 1,012,328 1,152,724 | 1,176,594 



1.039,775 



1,581,451 . 1,518,544 | 1,665,461 | 1.605,044 | 1,531,573 I 



67 1 



73 



89,880 

18,997 

317,027 

489,632 

439 

576 

1,048 

72,690 

4 

43,580 



43,001 

12.410 

806,758 

682,998 

583 

986 

783 

106,456 

12 

87,193 



18,906 

82,856 

232,863 

677,698 

663 

956 

608 

110. 162 

9 

35,482 



31,156 

76,408 

203,624 

500,888 

187 

2,314 

965 

116,207 

18 

44,637 



Annual 
avenige. 
1896-1899. 

DoOarf. 
481,853 
92,688 

78,175 
68,575 
66.SN5 
46,89!> 
89,77S 
89.1^3 
85.969 
31,741 
28,033 
25,055 
15.638 
4,457 
4,141 

bz,m 

3,464 

2.512 

632,340 



1»082.338 



1,580,415 



82,052 

281,535 

666,300 

413 

1,092 

1.H9 

98,181 

14 



HAITI. 



Wheat flour 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Lard 

Leaf tobacco 

Butter 

Tallow 

Beef, salted or pickle<l 

Refined sugar 

Hams 

Malt liquors, bottled .. 

Beans and peas 

Bread and biscuit 

Cheese 

Oats 

Oleomargarin (Imitation | 

butter) 

Linseed oil 

Horses 

Onions 

Other articles 

Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 

Total domestic cxport.s | 

Per cent agricultural. . I 



Dollars. 


Dollars. 


DoUars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


818,167 


785,154 


739,877 


642,096 


388,748 


654,707 


973,322 


686,078 


519,606 


420,060 


881,002 


685,812 


288,688 


212,568 


182,222 


187,468 


112,480 


190,682 


105,542 


92,101 


83,693 


116,782 


84.562 


96,526 


120,440 


98.789 


87,023 


61,960 


68.594 


85.390 


69,478 


62,847 


82,088 


65,496 


28.917 


«^'SS 


107,358 


87,066 


62,611 


26,198 


16.639 


59.972 


85,179 


82,128 


55,144 


44.727 


29.942 


50,424 


38,098 


83,241 


25,156 


16.157 


11,604 


24.651 


21,689 


19,309 


18,179 


8,665 


8,697 


14.298 


15,493 


9,814 


12,883 


10,706 


4,901 


10,750 


18,085 


14,006 


9.940 


6,896 


1.841 


10.158 


12,093 


9,900 


9,910 


4,914 


2.886 


7,«1 


7,375 


9,114 


5,771 


4,116 


2,807 


6,837 


9,907 


6,369 


4,259 


3,856 


2,706 


5,419 


6,916 


4,296 


2,863 


2,490 


2,695 


8.862 


3,710 


9,179 


2.746 


2,075 


615 


J»S? 


2,480 


2,122 


2,604 


2,117 


816 


2,018 


64,329 


65,811 


69,069 


58,157 


61,003 


63.674 


2,7(».28-I 


2.288,385 


1,970.142 


1,.'>53,855 


1,146,404 


1,945.404 



4 , 759, 244 | 4, 104, IGl | 3. 554, 43;^ | 2, 091 , 550 | 2, 269, 118 |, 3.475,700 



.58 1 



,%| 



to 



68 



a Not stated. 



b Annual average, 1898-1899. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES^ 1895-1899. 



63 



FcUue of the (igricuUural exports of the United Stales^ etc. — ^Continued. 
HAITI— OonUmied. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 


Years ended June 80— 


Annual 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1809. 


1895-1899. 


PRINCIPAL a ROUPS. 

Live animals 


DOOOTS. 

4,576 

134,608 

1,520,258 

849,607 

6,57r 


Dollars. 

15,762 

110,366 

1,117,007 

814,294 

5,843 


Dollars. 

4,693 

98,624 

918.288 

761,080 

8.601 


Dollars. 

2,691 

67,760 

727,810 

557,199 

2,488 

8 

8,005 

257 

116,732 


Dollars. 

1,138 

61,774 

548,833 

897,223 

1,446 


Dollars. 

5,772 

94,627 

964,338 

675,851 

3,689 


Dairy products 


Meat products 


Breadstuffs 


Fruits and nuts 


OH cake and oil-cake meal. . 


Vegetable oils 


6,946 

507 

105,542 


5,171 

476 

92,101 


' 3,947 

359 

83,693 


2,803 

399 

84,562 


4,374 
400 


Seeda 


Tobacco 


96,526 











PORTO RICO. 



Wheat flour , 

Lard 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Hams 

Beans and peas 

Mai t liquors, bottled 

Bacon., 

Bread and biscuit 

OaU 

Oleomargarin (imitation 

butter) 

Cheese 

Butter 

Potatoes 

Hay 

Com meal 

Rye whisky 

Other articles 



Dollars. 

882,676 

248,148 

221,848 

70,967 

7,388 

1,479 

29,001 

10,481 

601 

13,640 
8,088 

12,448 
1,240 



6,665 
*84,*682" 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 



1,088,452 



Dollars. 

486,482 

244,467 

243,311 

92,549 

44,244 

2,178 

19,186 

19,980 

657 

1,738 
2,946 
2,754 
1,675 



48,862 



Dollars. 

516,188 

228,051 

152.411 

79,369 

57,560 

2,264 

33,288 

29,787 

288 



8.022 
4,009 
5,707 

80 
1,698 

15 
56,905 



Dollars. 
450,493 
190,630 
176.219 
60,941 
27,283 
8,668 
88,013 
37,488 



1,586 

2,407 

460 

42 

8,779 



28,760 



Dollars. 


Dollars. 


492,664 


466,701 


256,372 


282,584 


178,161 


198,388 


11,641 


61,093 


79,585 


48,200 


192,832 


40,883 


74,283 


87,743 


86,Oi3 


26,736 


40,672 


8,502 


22,903 


7,636 


27,404 


7,689 


8,169 


5,957 


9,891 


8,795 


18,728 


8,770 


2,035 


3,018 


14,006 


2,804 


70,881 


47,788 



1,211,912' 1,170,527 I 1,007,1111 1,680,159 'I 1,191,032 



Total domestic exports • 
Per cent ain^cultural . . , 

PRINCIPAL GROUPS. ' 

Live animals 

Da i ry products 

Meat products 1 

Breadstufb 

Cotton j 

Fruits and nuts ' 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal. . 

Vegetable oils 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



1,820,203 I 2,060,400 1,964,860 i 1,481,629 I 2,633,400 I 1,99G,09G 



67 



1,125 

16,163 

592,667 

410,804 



2,712 
121 
853 
89 ; 



68 ' 



1,678 

6,437 

620,528 

521,857 



I 



3,512 
121 

2,116 
183 



4,890 

7,760 

519,946 

561,498 



4,1 



200 
888 
827 



I 



1,002 

4,514 

462,464 

501,511 



2,348 
48 
467 
19 



58 I 



1.617 


86,877 


561,665 


587,046 


26 


4,826 


88 


3.685 


539 


80 



60 



2,042 

14,348 

651,463 

516,443 

5 

8,504 

106 

1,590 

221 

16 



SANTO DOMINGO. 



Wheat flour 

l.ard 

Tallow 

Cotton-seed oil 

Butter 

Pork, salted or pickled 
Beef, salted or pickled. 

Beans and peas 

Hams 

Cheese 

Malt liquors, bottled .. 

Com meal 

Bacon 

Bread and biscuit 

Refined sugar 

Poiatoes 



Dollars. 
144,649 
85,522 
88.989 
16.622 
12,747 
19,685 
27,842 
6,668 
8,146 



4,632 
11,657 
8,868 
8,601 
5.050 
8,470 



Dollars. 

135,899 

87,247 

82,590 

15,889 

5,464 

9,192 

1,926 

4.023 

6,460 

4,798 

4,845 

4.312 

1,905 

2,903 

2,885 

1,906 



Dollars. 
168,078 
23,077 
21,037 
16,616 
7,881 
4,857 
2.468 
7,392 
7,316 
4,711 
4,486 
1,507 
2,706 
2,983 
2,332 
1,750 



Dollars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


197,388 


126.166 


153,426 


29,682 


27,945 


30,694 


30,338 


15,840 


26,749 


27.824 


30,627 


21,216 


7,911 


11,154 


8,921 


5,338 


5,949 


8,901 


2,718 


4.875 


7,966 


8,743 


9.945 


7,354 


6.716 


7.483 


7,224 


8,981 


4.928 


5, 457 


7,862 


3.123 


4.990 


2,434 


2, 149 


4,412 


2,213 


1,903 


3,519 


8.133 


4.268 


3,378 


1,618 


1,206 


2,618 


2,167 


1,453 


2,149 



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AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 18a5-1899. 



Value of the agricultural exports of the United Stales j etc. — Continued. 
SANTO DOMINGO-CoDtinued. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 




Years ended June 30— 




Annual 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1896. 


1899. 

Dollars. 
3,789 
1.315 

2,491 
1.305 
318 
299 1 
17,830 1 


avenge. 
1895-18W. 


Lard subfltitQtefl,n.e. h. (cot- 
tolene, lardine, etc. ) 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 
2,770 
1,665 

1,266 

2,502 

808 

349 

22,283 


Dollars. 
4,006 
2.465 

1,903 

1,975 

781 

243 

15,657 


DoUan. 

2,113 
1 9M 


Onions 


2,091 

2,213 

690 

1.398 

8,448 

24,308 


1,744 

1,173 
600 

3,079 

867 

26,810 


Grease, grease scraps, and 
other soap stock 


I,»9 

1,4M 
1,167 
1 Ml 


Horses 


Rye flour .... 


Oatfl 


Otiier articles 


21,378 


Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


386,109 


906,016 


808,290 


366,989 


286.961 


829, 7M 


Total domestic exports 


1,318,919 


1,019,242 


1,045.037 


1.087,179 


1.046.467 


i.mm 


Per cent agricultural.. 


29 


90 


29 


34 


• 27 


» 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

live animals 


690 

22,194 

187,740 

176,385 

144 

2,889 

17,611 

171 

295 


610 

11,004 

91,727 

156,230 

207 

2,234 

16,882 

613 


2,558 

12.404 

63,926 

179,172 


2,146 

12,547 

78,656 

209,430 


4.761 

16,541 

66,337 

187.6W ■ 


2,158 
14,938 

W,677 

171, 7S1 

7Q 


Dairy products 

Meat products 

BreadstufllB 

Cotton 


Fruits and nuts 


2,388 

17,287 

538 


1.394 

29,606 

864 


1,769 ! 

32,459 ; 

320 


2,135 
2^659 


Vegetable oils 


Seeds 

Tobacco 


SOI 
59 















ARGENTINA. 



Wheat 

Cotton-seed oil 

Leaf tobacco 

Glucose and grape sugar 

Lard 

Beans and peas 

Wheat flour 

Sheep 

Clover seed 

Dried apples 

Grease, grease scraps, and 

other soap stock 

Sausage casings 

Hams 

Other articles 

Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 



Dollars. 



13,180 
1,795 
4,200 
1,132 



Dollars. 



Dollars. 



18,615 
6,996 
8,826 
3,885 



125 
289 



255 
10.626 



10,600 

""96b' 

2,015 



11.594 
5,020 
6,917 
4,665 
687 



728 
11,976 



800 

"i,"i66' 

129 



846 
22,901 I 



Dollars. 
340,480 
5,947 
12,984 
8,524 
3,133 
10,810 
13,376 
1,320 



2,636 

2,243 

6,080 

339 

24.600 



31.602 



Total domestic exports 4, 399, 216 
Per cent agricultural . . i 



0.7 



PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 



Live animals — 
Dairy products . . 
Meat products... 

Breadstuffs 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuts . 
Vegetable oils . . . 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



240 

3,470 

84 



2,722 
13,951 

484 
1.795 



64,001 I 



62,609 



432,472 



Dollars. 



29,752 

24,677 

17,542 

8,636 

4.452 I 

466', 
10.106 
3,603 

2,880 

84 

4,070 

40,302 



141,454 : 



5,491.216 I 5,945,202 | 5,948,846 { 9.288.768 



0.9 



11,100 
805 



1,451 

19,106 

190 

6,996 



925 

878 

8.577 

2,761 



4,710 

15,647 

782 

5.020 



2 



3,320 

63 

15,958 

356,373 

1,823 

^,761 

6,456 

868 

12,984 



3,4-25 

41 

17,051 

5,603 



17.202 
80.682 
10,842 
24.677 



1; 



DoUart. 
66.096 

15.818 
10.294 

9,ocr2 

3.290 
3,IW 
2.675 
2,524 
2, Oil 
1,565 

1 501 

1.233 

1.1« 

22,081 



144. 4i» 
6,204.6?<) 



3,751 
305 
10, 8W 
78,158 
265 
7,169 
17,16S 
2.58 
10,294 



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AGBICULTUBAL EXP0BT8, BY COUNTBIES, 1895-1899. 

Vahie of the ctffricultwral exporU of the Umied SUxUSf etc. — Continued. 
BOUVIA. 



65 



ArticlM exported by the 

United Stetee. 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


18963^. 


Lcfd 


IMlan. 
164 
200 


Dollars. 
826 
290 


DoUan. 
78 
51 
92 


DoUars. 
217 
229 
61 
42 


Dollars. 
104 


DoUara. 
177 


WbMt floar 


164 


Bread and biflcuit 


180 
189 
260 
64 


67 


OMinH b^»f 


77 




62 


Laiddl 






52 


Butter 










11 


Beef, cored, n.e. 6 


61 








10 


Canned vecetables 








81 
26 


1 6 


Cider 










5 








3 


19 


6 


Cheese 






22 


4 


Milk 








7 


1 


Dried ADDlee 








6 


1 


otaicii. 








4 
809 


1 


Qtberarticla 


87 




68 


122 


116 








Total agrienltnral ez- 
porta (domestic) 


629 


616 


272 


948 


993 


672 


Total domestic exports 


10,888 


21,880 


6,166 


20,461 


81,298 


17,926 


Per cent agrleultaial. . 


6 


8 


6 


6 


8 


4 


PRIKCIPAL OBOUPB. 








7 

296 

608 

19 


76 
837 
201 

61 


17 


Meat products 


829 
200 


826 
290 


126 

148 

8 


283 


ir-«nV.t»ir. 


268 


^Ut4 and nuts r.... 


16 











BRAZIL. 



Wbeat floor 


Dollars. 

2,688,948 

1,996,394 

1,140,128 

49 

228,116 

67,668 

8,699 

4,016 

97,569 

61,860 

80:296 

2,612 

2.428 

4,845 
12,790 
6,286 

97,892 


DoUdrs. 
8,460,129 

988,685 
27 
178,926 
86,680 
8.602 
.28,084 
'36 081 
88,824 
42,816 

4,969 

1,736 

28,674 
6,965 
6,178 

84,686 


Dollars. 

8,641,679 

1,013,182 

714,828 

11,960 

172,838 

40.808 

91,248 

23,506 

17,684 

17,610 

22,098. 

11,850 
9,256 

2.744 
5.698 
8.462 
76,787 


Dollars. 

8,240,362 

506,171 

973,990 

960,016 

. 237,066 

92,191 

63,882 

64,346 

2,045 

17,744 

26.620 

46,769 
26,070 

589 
4,066 
4 743 
73,113 


Dollars. 

8,399,027 

416,746 

1.209.882 

189,620 

196,501 

177,614 

76,948 

106,667 

7,368 

17,101 

12,474 

11,128 
37,778 

32,228 
10,447 
8,471 
71,044 


Dollars. 
3.268,009 


Bacon..... 


1^;640 


Urfl . , 


996.483 


Wheat 


222.814 


Cotton-eeed oil 


200,688 


Butter 


82.821 


Beans and peas 


46,874 


Ftork,Hiited or pickled 

OEomedbeef.. 


45.114 
82,137 
27,526 


liirtoil . 


26,860 


Grease, grease scraps, and 
other floan stock 


15,440 


TUIow 


16,258 


Ijod Bobstitates^n. e. s. (co^ 

c£!a''^S2^:f.f:!:::::;; 


12,716 
7,990 


Bread and biscuit — . 


6,616 


Other articIcA 


80.494 






Total asTicultural ex- 
portajdomestic) 


6,430,221 


6,864,«rO 


6,780,568 


6,330,772 


6,928,843 


6.164,974 


Total domestic exports 


16,185,]2& 


14,222,934 


12.406,786 


13,262,961 


12,142,830 


13,484,125 


Per cent agrlcultnial. . 


42 


46 


47 


46 


49 


46 


mactWAL asoups. 

LiveaniinAls*. 

Dairy pxodnttCs 


1,628 

70 917 

8,808,088 

2,746,lia 

18 299 

190 

224,482 

488 

286 


4,027 

30,217 

2,500,861 

3,499,526 

12; 669. 

296 

174,981 

756 

6,420 


437 

41,894 

1,781,611 

8,600,726 

11.628 

2,810 

174,529 

1,683 

1.788 


1,066 

94,621 

1,684,568 

4,240,996 

11,848 

**"'239,'676* 

868 

6,996 


1,367 

181,081 

1,699,100 

8,672,889 

17,208 

24 

196,989 

1066 

6.468 


1,690 
86,416 


M^ti vrodnctik 


2,168,836 


BreadstaS?!!!::.::::. :.:::: 


8,631,747 


Traits and nnto 

Ofl cake and oil-cake meal. . 


14,309 

664 

202,090 


Seeds 


984 


Tbbaooo 


8,978 







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66 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



. Value of the agricuUwral exports of the United Stales, etc, — Oontinaed. 

CHILE. 



i Articles exported by the 
; United States. 


Years ended June 80— 1 


Annual 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1896. 


1899. 


SS^o^ 


Wheat 


DoOan, 
40 
18,177 

10,253 
24,837 


DolUa-8. 


DoOars. 
161,036 
23,806 

20,437 
23,879 
80,600 


J)oUar9. 
827,412 
28,662 

26,285 
11,664 


Dolktrt. 


DoUan. 
95,697 


\^tA 


41,408 

7,221 
18,856 


28,017 

86,608 
10,106 


26,914 


Grease, grease Bcraps, and 
other soap stock. 


19,751 
17,848 


Lard oil 


Barley 


6,100 
5,940 


Tallow 


862 
3,660 




8,140 
6,086 

160 
6,808 

488 
7,280 
1887 
1,666 

665 
6,129 


21,198 
4,717 

18.798 

877 
618 
842 

1,849 
977 

7,686 


Beef, salted or pickled 

Lard subetltutes, n. e. s. (cot- 
tolene, lardine, etc.) 


8,800 


3,445 

7 
200 
2,893 
1861 
2,416 
1069 
1,182 
12,866 


5,021 
8,798 


Cotton-seed oil ...... .'. 


1,800 
2.870 

810 
9,664 


1,766 
6,016 
1,117 
8,636 
1,689 

8,609 


2,497 


Canned fniits .-. >..^tt 


2,819 
2^184 
1,873 


Wheat flour 

CSanned v^etables 


Pork, salted or pickled 

O^nned he^f 


1,662 

1,478 


Other articles 


8,969 






Total a*rricaltural ex- 
. ports (domestic) 


69,006 


101,928 


274,527 


429,066 


180,207 


200,946 


Total domestic exports 


2,789,286 


8,424,912 


2,587,168 


2,849,966 


2,106,106 


2,661,486 


Fer cent agricultural . . 


2 


3 


11 


18 


6 


8 


PBINdPAL OaOUFS. 


97 
26 
19,875 
1,261 
8,667 
1,618 
224 


160 

686 

67,106 

2,214 

6,782 

1,770 

814 

210 


440 

446 

81,297 

186,065 

8,024 

1,118 

2,096 




200 

628 

62,918 

^897 

1,220 

4,267 

815 

60 


177 




124 

46,808 

886,040 

878 

6,877 

600 

180 


881 


Meatj^roducts 


41,299 




106,491 


Fruits and nuts 

Vegetable oils 


2.894 
2,909 


Seeds 


690 


Tobacco 


88 











COLOMBIA. 



Wheat flour 

Lard 

Malt liquors, bottied 

Reflneasuffar 

Bread and biscuit 

Butter 

Hams 

Wines, unbottled 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Tallow 

Oleomargarln (imitation 

butter) 

Cheese 

Potatoes 

Beans and peas 

MUk 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Canned beef 

Onions 

Leaf tobacco 

linseed oil 

Canned fruits 

Brown su«Lr 

Coffee and cocoa, ground or 

prepared, and chocolate. . . 

Canned vegetables 

Rye whisky 

Bourbon whisky 



and 



Lard oil 

Com (maize) 

Qrease, grea«e scraps, 

other soap stock 

Cattle 

Lard substitutes, n. e. s. (oot- 

tolene, lardine, etc.) 

Baoon 

Ootton-eeed oil 



1,804 



486 
207 



Dolkurs. 


DoUetn. 


878,183 


523,849 


142,186 


126,886 


57,330 


63,766 


60,780 


83,889 


20,065 


27,160 


25,889 


16,312 


9,007 


10,973 


12,005 


11,073 


9,206 


10,647 


6,802 


9,267 


9,689 


8,805 


6,060 


7,661 


7,836 


9,944 


5,993 


6.454 


7,046 


9,594 


6,661 


6,297 


6,742 


6,485 


6,081 


4,230 


2,526 


2,746 


6,004 


6,038 


4,181 


4,386 


7,676 


4,252 


2,468 


4.228 


3,843 


2,793 


2,027 


2,818 


775 


1,210 


3,424 


8,740 


1,990 


658 



2,285 
1,226 



1,816 
511 



Dollars. 
680,237 
152,601 
54,004 
44,386 
38,172 
17,833 
14,969 
13,177 
12,642 
11,704 

7,513 
11,294 
10,787 
8.462 
6,840 
6,830 
6,467 
6,853 
2,405 
4,485 
4,294 
6,763 

4,160 
4,035 
1.903 
5,869 
2,096 
1,153 

1,696 



1,066 
1,662 



Dollars. 
641,147 
120,436 
40,046 
26.815 
32,972 
19,672 
18,806 
12,388 
18,240 
16,230 

8,400 
11.082 
8,061 
8,837 
8,661 
8,899 
6.628 
7,996 
8,067 
3,043 
8,685 
2,540 

6,076 
2,946 
1,166 
3,079 
1.619 
2,986 

1,581 
4.880 

1,612 
1,866 
1,923 



Dollars. 
425,904 
106,119 
88,667 
15,816 
26,836 
15,127 
16,507 
16,120 
14,713 
14,406 

11,225 
7,950 
4,263 
8,996 
6,313 
9,613 
6,073 
4,869 
6,809 
8,118 



16 



8,541 
6,017 
1,486 
746 
2,676 

1,018 
1,896 

6,819 
1,862 
8,662 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



DoOars. 
489,864 
129,^6 
48.741 
46,227 
29,041 
18,857 
13.0S2 
12,963 
12,070 
U,482 

9.096 
8,807 
8,068 
7,746 
7,691 
7,440 
6,078 
5,808 
4,406 
4,138 
4.062 
4,049 

8,810 
8,832 
2,664 
2.4M 
2,825 
1,898 

1,647 
1,600 

1,5M 
1.4S8 
1,898 



AGMOULTUKAL EZP0ET8, BY COUNTBIES, 1895-1899. 



67 



Valvs of the agricuUurcU exports of the United SialeSy etc, — Continued. 
COLOMBIA— Continued. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 


Years ended June 80— 


Annual 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1896. 


1889. 


1895-1899. 


Gorn xneftl......... 


DoUan. 
1,642 
(o) 

769 
150 


DoUart. 
1,001 
(a) 

1,269 
2,970 


DoUart. 
1,863 
(a) 

1,281 


DoUart. 
1,602 
1,281 

607 
728 


DoOart. 
1,064 
894 

1,474 
1,250 


DoUart. 
1,294 


Raisins 


51,068 


Alcohol, including cologne 
spirits - 


1,050 


Mules 


1,020 


Sftusage cftsingH 


5,016 
44.269 


1,003 


Otherarticles 


31,277 


34,081 


39,956 


86,663 


638,269 






Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


841,983 


1,010,158 


1,097,665 


994,780 


831,874 


955,282 


Total domestic exports 


2,498,856 


3,310,167 


8,711,399 


8,204.440 


2,990,074 1 


8,142,987 


Per cent agricultural. . 


84 


31 


30 


81 


28 


30 


FBIKCIPAL GROUPS. 

Live animals ..r»T».-T^....-- 


247 
38,434 
192,610 
416,579 


5,721 
33.567 
186,342 
565,963 


201 
85,967 
228,092 
639,604 


7,107 

89,416 

194,849 

690,949 

10 

10,189 

6,686 

1.783 

8,067 


8,682 

29,890 

186,759 

468,212 

18 

8,749 

8,670 

1694 

6,449 


3,392 
35,355 


Dairy products 


Meat Droducts 


197,580 


BreadJituffs 


636,261 


Cotton 


6 


Fruits and nuts 


6,917 

6,124 

872 

2,626 


7,080 
7,371 
1,884 
2,745 


9,472 
6,756 
2.768 
2,406 


8,481 


Vegetable oils 


7,101 


Seeds 


1,770 


Tobacco 


4,436 







ECUADOR. 



Lard 


D(Mart. 

248,625 

58,330 

14,262 

4,688 

1,798 

8,969 

6,740 
22,180 


DoUart. 
170, 171 
68,837 
10.696 
6,898 
3,262 
2,821 

860 
13,511 


DoUart, 

187,938 

39,736 

276 

3,994 


DoUart. 
142,077 
113,850 
1,918 
5,781 
6,261 
3,581 

387 
16,648 


DoUart. 

165,608 

82,264 

815 

6.588 

6,837 

4.343 

281 
80,038 


DoUart. 
180,882 
72,601 
5,491 


Wheat flour 


Cotton-seed oil 


HfttDS. , 


5,280 


Wines, unbottled 


8,831 


Butter 


2,137 


3,270 
1,542 


Greaae, grease scraps, and 
other soap stock 


Otherarticles 


12,078 


18,881 






Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic ) 


360,532 


274,545 


246,168 


289,508 


285,654 


291,278 


Total domestic exports 


734,426 


688,042 


734,276 


858,772 


880,392 


778,182 


Per cent agricultural. . 


49 


40 


34 


84 


82 


37 


PBINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Live animals 






100 

2,679 

194,563 

44,063 

1,261 

867 

94 

81 




235 

4,999 

164,263 

104,958 

482 

1.626 

116 


67 


Dairy products 


4,686 

259.664 

64,269 

1,561 

14,290 

157 


8,076 

178,750 

72,470 

2,187 

10,960 

331 

120 


8,848 

160,488 

122,360 

578 

4,197 

160 


8,838 

189,524 

81,622 

1,214 

6,886 

169 


Meat products 


Breadstufis 


Fruits and pnts , 


Vegetable oils 


Seeds 


Tobacco 


40 













BRiriSH GUIANA. 



Wheat floar 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Leaf tobacco 

Lard 

Bread and biscuit 

Hama 

Ootton-seed oil 

Oleomoigaxln (1 m 1 1 a t i' o n 
butter)...., 

aNot 



DoUart. 
610,267 
201,954 
116,367 
45.626 
81,418 
22, 9U 
28,057 
19,878 
80,073 

12,856 



DoUart. 
696,401 
292,105 
130,092 
50,966 
83,635 
10,723 
21,699 
15,008 
15,983 

21,018 



DoUart. 
592,075 
121,616 
88,095 
85.210 
25,109 
14,460 
21,404 
18,306 
15,174 



DoUart. 

690,858 

160,297 

102,843 

47,917 

26,470 

80,888 

19,548 

22,209 

16,318 



DoUart. 
672,942 
179,257 
91,669 
40,476 
80,141 
29,673 
16,132 
21,287 
12,140 



DoUart. 
682,608 
191,046 
106,811 
44,039 
29,155 
21,611 
21,368 
19,836 
17,988 

16, 8U 



21.972 9.886 18,877 

b Annual average. 1896-1899. 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



68 AGSIGULTUBAL EXFOBTS, BY COUKTBIBS, 1895-ld99. 

Value of the agricuUwral exports of the United States, etc, — Continued. 
BRITISH QXTIANA-Oimttinied. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 


Years ended June 80— 


Annual 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1896-1899. 


Moles 


DoUairs. 
20,985 
17,575 
24,759 
9,187 
11,489 
7,544 
2.622 
7,528 
7,809 
5,591 
6,208 
4,846 

3,108 
37,206 


Dollars. 
7,072 
11,218 
10,117 
11,232 
10,060 
9,413 
8,448 
7,364 
7,463 
4,252 
7,391 
4,422 

2,048 
38,640 


DoOars. 
14,905 
10,847 
8,238 
7,515 
8,486 
8,590 
7,643 
5.346 
4,836 
6,011 
6,220 
3,158 

2,787 
48,586 


Dollars. 
20,850 
15,904 
11,987 
8,913 
11,014 
16,650 
5,206 
5,206 
4,592 
5,864 
3,767 
4,289 

8,496 


DoOars. 
17,428 
19,884 
15,867 
14,060 
8.220 
9.690 
18.015 
6,291 
4.857 
5,697 
2,073 
2,146 

4,898 
46,041 


Dollars, 
16,248 


Com meal 


14,986 
14,184 


Com (maize) 


Beans and peas 


10,171 

9!8e 


Sheep .....\T 


oate..".:::.::.:. ...:::::::. 


9,357 
7l867 


Butter 


IaiyI oil 


6,347 
5,911 


Tallow 


Nuts 


5,477 


Hay 


5,132 


Canned beef 


8.762 


Oil cake and oil-cake meal, 

flaxseed, or linseed 

Other articles 


8,166 
42,343 








Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) .... 


1,285,680 


1,321.760 


1,086,044 1,288,925 


1,287,186 


1,268.906 


Total domestic exports 


1,684,830 


1.719,706 


1,532, U5 1 1,708,071 


1,704,204 


1.668,786 


Per cent agricultural. . 


76 


77 


71 1 76 


76 


75 


PRINCIPAL OBODPB. 


40,222 

83,570 

414,663 

686,939 

9.800 

3,917 

20,168 

212 

45,626 


20,891 

19,727 

624,866 

641,860 

9,796 

2,625 

15.006 

132 

60,966 


26.210 
28,695 
806,847 


82,732 
22,169 


26,936 

81,787 

867,883 

756,608 

9,208 

4,493 

21,478 

87 

40,476 


29,196 
26.190 
998.472 


Dairy products 


MeatprtDductB 


Breadstuffs 


633,098 77o!49i 


697,681 


Fruits and nuts 


11,244 


10.035 


10.016 


Oil cake and oil-cake meal. . 
Vegetable oils 


2,737 

18,443 

280 

85,210 


8,496 

22,416 

129 

47,917 


19.502 
148 


Seeds 


Tobacco 


44,089 







DUTCH GUIANA. 



Wheat floor 


Dollars. 
76.465 
50,167 
54,331 
13,120 
9,365 
2,909 

9,011 
3,665 
2,726 
10,842 


DoOars. 
90. U2 
61,921 
47.888 
14,910 
9,167 
4,275 

4,975 
8,114 
1,957 
6,981 


DoOars. 
94,197 
50,323 
43,101 
18,270 
8,315 
4,742 

4,758 
8,020 
1,675 
8,547 


Dollars. 
115,008 
50.264 
45,436 

23,858 
11.358 
12,888 

3,985 
8,543 
2,249 
8,923 


Dollars. 
116.585 
65,887 
48.797 
12,646 
10.611 ' 
19,296 

4.969 
2.951 , 

386 
15,967 


DoUars. 

98,468 


Beef, salted or pickled 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Bacon 


53.712 
46.799 
16,561 


Leaf tobacco 


9,761 


Bread and biscuit 


8,822 


Oleomargaiin (imitation 
butter) 


6.538 


Canned oeef 


8,250 


Malt liquors, bottled 


i;^ 


Other articles 


10,292 






Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) — 


232,591 


244,745 


236,948 


277,512 


283,084 


254,966 


Total domestic exports 


338,687 


360.282 1 383,489 


406,080 


443.378 


886.368 


Per cent agricultural . . 


69 


68 1 62 


68 


64 


66 


PRINCIPAL QROUFS. 

Li^e animals 


594 

1,030 

136,073 

80,481 

891 

114 

668 


820 

447 

134,725 

95,132 

607 

15 

127 


220 

518 
123,459 
100,668 

518 
66 

169 




284 

263 

131,720 

137,969 

808 

184 

218 

15 

10. CU 


384 


Dairy products 


688 
131,859 
129,322 
842 
197 
267 


689 


Meat products 


181,667 


Breadstuffs 


108,714 


Fruits and nuts 


732 


Oil cake and oil-cake meal. . 
Vegetable oils 


U5 
269 


Seeds 


s 




9.366 


9,167 


8,815 


11.358 


9,781 







Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AOSIOUIiTUBAL EXFOBTS, BY OOmTTBIBS, 1895-1899. 



69 



Value of the agricultural exports of Ihe United Slates, etc, — Continued. 
F&ENCH GUIANA. 



Artielee exported by the 
United Btetes. 


Years ended June 80— 


Annual 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1896. 


1889. 


1896-1899. 


Wheat flour 


DoOart, 

8,086 

14,277 

4,414 

6,777 

6,769 

794 

1,886 

717 

887 


13,607 

10,778 

7,374 

8,00« 

4,048 

962 

3,998 

686 

494 

120 
771 
490 
217 
441 

1,288 

198 
160 


DoUart, 
16,768 
8,474 
8,002 
7,206 
8,191 
2,329 
3,250 
1,649 
861 

2,620 
651 
260 
603 
867 

469 
96 

179 
63 


DoUars. 
22,816 
11,112 
13,691 
9,097 
7,214 
7,427 
4,620 
2,067 
1,088 

1,822 
897 
944 
836 
692 

49 
312 
464 
169 


Dollars. 
22,720 
14,804 
18,389 
9,202 
16,960 
7,617 
6,427 
4,085 
2,431 


Dollars. 

16,787 

11,889 

10,892 

7,856 

7,684 

3,826 

3,816 

i;821 

1,050 

912 


J^rA ... 


Beef, salted or pickled 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Butter 


Beans and peaa. 

Leaf tobacco 


Hams 


Com (maize) 


Oleoxnargarih (imitation 
butter) 


Nuts 


490 

866 

87 

372 

80 


1,008 

1,685 

1,635 

646 

114 
1,507 
733 
534 
720 

162 
10,447 


763 


Canned beef. -. 


747 


Bread and biscuit 


626 


Hay 


563 


Coffee and cocoa, ground or 

prepared, and chocolate .. 

Cotton-fleea oil 


899 

886 


Oats 


186 
132 


842 


Malt liquors, bottled 

Horses 


212 
144 


Bran, middlings, and mill 
feea 


(a) 
1,661 


'tm 


't^ 


62 
11,864 


6102 


Other articles 


611,156 






Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


46,708 


66.490 


59,249 


97,032 


120,615 


76,019 


Total domestic exports 


83,017 


100,697 


110,907 


149,023 


168,670 


122,468 


Per cent agricultural . . 


66 


66 


58 


66 


72 


62 


PRINCIPAL GBOUPS. 

lAv^ aTi<Tnai« , . . . , , - t 


116 

6,759 

26,790 

9,096 

643 


25 

4,128 

28,640 

16,564 

872 


71 

8,191 

29,287 

18,767 

838 

6 

96 


166 

7,214 

89,405 

35,897 

963 

28 

419 

5 

4,620 


1,076 
16,965 
48,459 
36,742 

1,046 
124 

1,523 


291 


Dairy products 


7,656 

34,510 

23,211 

852 


Heat products 


Brpadstufffl ......'.... 


Fruits and nuts 


Oil cake and oil-cake meal. . 


32 


Vegetable oils 


28 


88 


421 


SeSls 


1 


Tobacco 


1,885 


3,998 


3,250 


5,427 


8,816 





PARAGUAY. 



Canned beef 


Dollars. 


DoUan. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. ' 
63 


Dollars. 
18 














Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) .... 










63 


13 














Total domestic exports 






740 


699 


10, 751 


2,438 








Per cent agricultural. . 










0.6 


6 














PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Meat products 










63 


13 




1 









PERU. 



Wheat 

Lard 

Grease, grease scraps, and 

other soap stock 

Wheat flour 

Barley 

Tallow 

Bread and biscuit 

Canned beef 



Dollars. 
9 
8,576 

1,815 
7,605 



2,768 
2.448 
3,169 



a Not stated. 



Dollars. 
37 
9,179 

3,028 
11,673 



8,462 
3,131 
2,966 



Dollars. 

""22,'6i6" 

13,707 
11,782 
25,000 
5,873 
3,203 
3,924 



Dollars. 
76,000 
32,268 

50,164 
17,067 

ilm 

3,223 

3,786 



Dollars. 
49.146 
28,669 

10,832 
10,796 I 



5,825 
8,830 
3,220 



Dollars. 
25,038 
20,138 

16,809 
11,783 
5,000 
4,577 
4,168 
3,413 



b Annual average, 1898-1899, 



jitizedbyLrOOgle 



70 



AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS, BY OOmTTRIES, 1895-1899. 



Value of the agricuUural exports of the United States^ etc — Contiiiued. 
PERU— Condnued. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 


Years ended June 80— 


Annual 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


!m^. 


Hd^v^b , 


DoOcan. 
1,751 
2,052 
1,850 
1,710 
8,118 


DoOan. 
2,001 
1,829 
2,211 
1,824 
10,269 


DoUart. 

2,843 

1,488 

2,167 

819 

12,833 


DoUars. 

8,007 

2,692 

817 

468 

6.884 


DoUan. 
8,182 
3.235 
1,408 
947 
14,481 


DoUan. 
2,457 


Lard oil 


2^258 


Canned fruits 


tm 


Beef, salted or pickled 

Other articles 


1.154 
10.517 






Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) .... 


40,856 


51,610 


106,144 


201.336 


140,667 


107.903 


Total domestic exports 


626,897 


995,617 


1,105,381 


1,296,570 


1,323,483 


1.069,990 


Per cent agricultural. . 


7 


5 


10 


16 


11 


10 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 






200 

1,623 

36,296 

41,502 






40 


Dairy products 


597 
20,657 
11,406 


960 
22,789 
16,640 


1,400 
46,180 
97,224 


1,491 

44,444 

70,617 

75 

1,997 

580 

35 


1,212 


Meat products 


84,043 


'Rrpjurlatnfffl ,,,,,-.^.,- 


47,478 


Cotton 


15 


Fruits and nuts 


1,479 
440 


2,261 
892 
430 


2.833 

1,121 

648 


880 

1,311 

44 


1,791 


Vegetable oils 


869 


Seeds 


230 









URUGUAY. 



Cotton-seed oil 

Leaf tobacco 

Lard 

Sheep 

Com (maize) 

Refined sugar 

Glucose and grape sugar 

Pork, salted or pickled 

Rye whisky 

Lard oil 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Canned beef 

Butter 

Starch 

Malt liquors, bottled 

Roots, herbs, and barks, n. e. s 

Canned vegetables , 

Grease, grease scraps, and 

other soap stock 

Milk 

Nursery stock 

Waste cotton 

Bread and biscuit 

Canned fruits 

Other articles 

Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic ) 



DoUars, 

86,888 

37,151 

14,236 

6,000 



1,341 
268 
1,191 
1,316 
660 
802 
284 
687 
371 



(a) 



136 

160 
173 
315 



305 
3,518 



Total domestic exports 
Per cent agricultural.. 

PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 



103,097 



1,240,025 



Live animals 

Dairy producUs . . 
Meat products. . , 

BreadstufTs , 

Cotton , 

Fruits and nuts. 
Vegetable oils.., 

Seeds 

Tobacco , 



8 



5,000 

760 

16,616 

2,286 



327 

35,888 

7 

37, 151 



Dollars. 

49,166 

20,621 

6,798 

200 



1,163 
185 
1,442 
1,190 
1,780 
1,366 
687 



360 
760 
33 

288 



(a) 



500 



68 
2,776 



1,401,073 



6 



200 

530 

10,471 

1,994 



49,469 

6 

20,621 



DoUan. 
61,908 
15,440 
2,627 
6,100 



878 
824 
680 
112 
376 
663 
699 
926 
430 
470 
634 
320 



(a) 



291 

16 



57 
2,658 



85.335 



IhtUan. 
71,634 
16, 174 
2,889 



6,676 
600 
361 
486 
95 
285 
328 
623 
324 
616 



lyoUara. 
66,662 
15,806 
2,943 



400 

242 

2,312 . 

217 

660 I 
222 
203 I 
180, 
223 ! 
265 I 



305 I 

134 

43 1. 
160 >. 
160 ' 
199 i 

86 
2,272 



525 
126 



146 



180 
607 ! 
35 : 
2,727 



103,128 



94,571 



DoOan, 

65,049 

20,838 

5,879 

2,060 

1.896 

825 

788 

783 

663 

644 

660 

475 

412 

886 

246 

238 

235 

216 
207 
196 
6170 
161 
110 
62.600 



1,015,266 I 1,130,239 I 1,216,488 



8 



6,100 
1,217 
4.397 
1,600 



67 I 
52, 129 I 
132 I 
15,440 



367 

4,562 

8,463 

160 

143 

71,634 

35 

15,17-i 



76 

228 

8,978 

2,616 

180 

90 

66,804 

8 

15,806 



95.205 



1,206,618 



a Not stAted. 



b An nual average, 1898-1899. ^ 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AGBIOnLTUBAL EZPOBTS, BY COUNTBIBS, 1895-1809. 



71 



Value of the agricultural exports of the United States, etc, — Continued. 

VENEZUELA. 



ArUcle* exported by. the 
UnltedStates. 


Years ended June 80— 


Annual 


1805. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1895-1899. 


Wfaeflt flour 


Dollars. 

740.817 

547,910 

80,091 

75.851 

89.725 

23,017 

27.085 

11.064 

6.392 

9,460 

6, an 

8.052 
9.526 
3.844 
2,965 

2.112 
6.280 
4.869 
2,017 
114,083 


DoUara. 

812,192 

452,870 

72,713 

66,244 

85,879 

17,978 

41,257 

8.719 

8.704 

7.256 

11.585 

4,799 

5,281 

8,954 
2,030 
2,287 
4,604 
96,979 


DoUars. 

744,164 

876,091 

72.348 

68.957 

88,428 

28,547 

1.115 

10,923 

13,605 

10. 110 

4,259 

8,836 

1,497 

8.277 

3.625 

2,288 
2,194 
1,726 
i;328 
89,289 


DoUars. 

769,701 

437,155 

78,930 

53.096 

24,183 

15,053 

8,790 

11,047 

6,740 

8,200 

2,628 

8,012 


Dollars. 

604,620 

872,679 

100,841 

49,766 

26,829 

19,840 

489 

6,686 

5,786 

2,439 

2,746 

1,728 


DoUars. 

712,299 

487,841 

79,885 

61,788 

81,909 

20,886 

14,787 

9 682 

8,245 

6 498 

6,619 

8285 

8,261 


Laitl 


Butter 


Hamfl 


Bread and blacuit 


Leaf tobacco 


Com (maize) 


Potatoes 


Beans and i>ea8 


Horses 


Malt liquors. botUed 

Apples, green or ripe 

Upland cotton 


Unseed oil 


2,683 

8.440 

2.615 

2,427 

953 

682 

1,257 

1,244 

61,193 


2,502 
1,282 
2,603 
2,106 

949 

1.251 

60,197 


8,250 
2,718 
52,609 
2.365 
2,852 
2,247 
2,118 
2,068 
560,695 


Onions 


Raisjns 


Bacon 


Wheat 


Cattle 


Canned fruits 


Pork, salted or pickled 

Other articles 




Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


1.719,128 


1.666.951 


1,469,849 


1.469,961 


1,166,888 


1,498,849 


Total domestic exports 


8,706,97» 


3,780,715 


8,376,184 


2,704,908 


2,811,859 


3,276,129 


Per cent agriculturai . . 


46 


44 


44 


54 


41 


46 


PRINCIPAh GROUPS. 

Live anlniAlB , . . r 


19,344 

84,383 

652,840 

858,761 

9,626 

18,663 

187 

14,068 

1,869 

28,017 


13,175 

75,382 

549,491 

927,191 

5,281 

17,221 


14,732 

74,693 

465,197 

812.689 

1,497 

16,218 


6,077 

76,182 

606,579 

811,757 


2,801 
108,661 
439,391 
666,885 


11,026 

82,840 

522,600 

792.447 

8,261 

18,851 

88 


Dflirv products 


Meat products 


Breadstuflb 


Cotton 


Fmits and nut«. , . . 


9,882 
3 
4,893 
1,482 
15,163 


7,272 


Oil cake and oil -cake meal . . 


Vegetable oils 


11,840 
8,960 
17,978 


9,774 

1,710 

28,547 


5,068 

1.915 

19,840 


9,128 

2,186 

20,906 


Seeds 


Tobacco 





ADEN, (c) 



Pork, salted or pickled 

Beef, salted or pickled 


1 1 


DoUars. 
1,260 
895 


DoUars. 

480 

415 

1,800 

634 

76 


DoUars. 
188 


DoUars. 
965 
818 
40 


DoUars. (^ 
407 


Wheatflour i (o) 

Hay 




835 






159 


Other articles 




IDA 


826 


609 


279 


Totel agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 

Total domestic exports 


1 V 




(a) 


2,261 


2,905 


514 


1,922 


1,901 


(a) 


510, 160 


989,897 


593,345 


998,741 


771,786 


Per cent agricultural . . 


(a) 
• (rt) > 


0.4 


0.3 


0.09 


0.2 


0.2 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Dairy products 






71 

188 


287 

1,273 

50 

87 


90 




2,218 


941 
1.320 


1,155 
343 


Breadstuffs 


Fruits and nuts. 


18 




26 











a Not stated. 

5 Annual average, 18BS-1899. 



cSeo footnote a. page 44. 
d Annual average, 1896-1899. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



72 AGBIOULTUBAL EXPOBTS, BY 00UNTBIB8, 18»5-1899. 

Value of the agricuUural exports of the United SUUeSf etc — Coatinaed. 



CHINA. 



Aitldes exported by the 
United States. 



Upland cotton 

Wheat flour 

Qlnaeng 

Malt aiquors, bottled 

Milk..;...... 

Gp.nnedbeef 

Canned fruits 

tiSaf tobacco 

Hams 

Wines, unbottled 

Cheese 

Boots, herbs, and barks, 



n.e.8 . 



Bread and bisoalt 

Bacon 

Butter 

Bourbon whisky 

Apples, green or ripe 

Lard 

MaJt 

Oleomargarin (imitation 

butter) 

Other articles 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) ... . 



Total domestic exports 
Per eent agricultural. . 

PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 



Live y-Tl<TnAlil . . . . 

Dairy products.. 
Meat products... 

Breadstufls 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuts . 
Vegetable oila... 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



Yeais ended June 80— 






1896. 



DoOart, 



108»606 
91,149 
2,968 
6,286 
12,026 
10^698 
1,066 
6^244 
4.802 
S,fi07 

28,000 

2,289 

2,121 

1,097 

279 

1,882 

186 

618 

1,806 
14,620 



290,099 



8,602,741 



10,890 
28,761 
112,288 



18,946 



128 
1,066 



1896. 



DoUart, 


JMian. 


800 


9,742 


46,816 


72,100 


9,625 
8^666 




18,886 


16,081 


7.961 


18,664 


16,782 


8»^ 


11,481 



6,664 
6,248 
8,779 



2,678 
8,186 
8,709 
1,660 
2,286 
186 
867 

100 

21,668 



160,682 



6,921,186 



2 



28,869 
26,022 
66,647 
800 
14,858 



646 
690 



1897. 



6, 
6,667 
6,288 
4^669 



2,i» 
2,660 
4,621 
2,881 
2,282 
246 
1,866 

260 

29,666 



207,910 



11,916.888 



2 



1,860 
17,171 
28,409 
89,672 

9,742 
18,119 



690 
6,992 



1896. 



1,279 
88,060 



606,649 



1809. 



DoUart. 


DoUan, 


870,670 


i&2i 


89,806 


106,200 


86,820 


21,685 


88,189 


96,868 


23,748 


29.761 


24,470 


16,814 


21,696 


14,440 


18,116 


85.899 


8,788 


13,127 


7,277 


11.866 


4,817 


11,161 


10 




6,168 


6,192 


4,636 


7,682 


4,688 


6.169 


8,944 


8.812 


1,871 


1,846 


1,669 


6.678 


945 


8.411 



1,630 
84,149 



566,292 



9,992,070 14,487,422 



38,268 

42,802 

110,134 

870^670 

81,785 

160 

909 

18, U6 



260 
46, Ota 
47,417 
121.889 
181,784 
28.761 
8,099 
616 
36,899 



aTenu 

ISK-U 



DoBan. 

81,0 J 

80,814 « 

HW ' 

16,721 

U,» 
12,612 

8.ac 

7,917 
6,171 

4,fln 

4,«9 

4,«a 

8,866 

2.606 
!,« 
1,66 
1,4S7 

1,0U 

26,571 



880,076 



9,874,061 



4 



26,116 
SI.8N 

lfl2,4B6 

20^ 8M 

6» 

6BB 

12,612 



BRITISH EAST INDIES. 



Wheat 

Wheatflour..... 

Com (maize) 

Canned fruits. 

Lard substitutes, n. e. s. (cotr 

tol^ie, lardine, etc.) 

Hops 

Lard 

Leaf tobacco 

ynn^ unbofctled !!!.'.'.*!!!*.'] 

Malt liquors, bottled 

Oleomargarin (imitation 

butter) 

Upland cotton 

Roots, herbs, and barks, 



Milk 

Beans and peas 

Canned vegetables. 
Other articles 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports ( domestic) — 



Total domestic exports 
Per cent agricultural. . 



Dollars. 
*** '26*864* 



13,720 



8,009 

75 

1,143 



1,869 

694 

688 

6,943 



61,482 



2,851,836 



DoUan, 
*"'2i*466' 



13,925 



6,660 
96 



815 
276 



11 



4,788 
665 



2,682 
2,960 



3,219,296 



DoUart. 
699,620 
28,963 
74,786 
12,586 

8 
2,824 
8,180 
8,963 
12,960 
2,929 
844 



682 
1.899 
5,219 
1,472 
8,757 



861,564 



3,842,089 



22 



DoOan, 
**"89,"678' 



12,283 

220 
8,760 
3,099 
2,407 



2,959 



1,988 
9,130 



8,140 



146 
6,768 



86,146 



4,694,663 



DoUan, 



17,W6 

49,865 
11,882 
14,808 
8,606 



3,608 
8,665 

6,796 
308 

1,786 

2,147 

62 

816 

16,077 



148,662 



4,838,819 



»l 



DoUan. 

139, 9M 

26.786 

14.167 

12,946 

9,918 
6.SZ7 

4,2n 

3.218 
2,696 
2, US 
2,062 

2,003 

1,8BS 

1,812 
1,760 
1,178 
1.181 
7.301 



242.204 



3,789,390 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



▲OBIOULTTmAL EZPOBT8, BY OOUMTBIES, 1895-1899. 



73 



Value of Oke agricvitwral exporU of the United Slates, etc. — CbntinuecL 
BRITISH EAST INDIES-Oontinued. 



ArtMes exported by the 
IMtedStates. 


Yean ended June 80— 


Annual 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1886. 


1895-1899. 


norciFAL «Boim. 

Uti^ i|n{'mAJtt, 


DoOorc. 


DoOart. 


DoUart. 


DoUan. 

800 

8,731 

6,232 

40,668 

9,130 

12,853 

340 

463 

2,407 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 
80 


DtliT prodncti 


954 
5,979 
26,018 


665 
644 

21,786 


2,143 

4,927 

817,170 


2,294 

25,771 

20,330 

808 

12,316 

188 

722 

8,606 


1,957 




8,711 


Si^>ft4k^ifffl 


185,184 




1,868 


Fftiitsftod niiti. 


18,720 
506 

971 
1,148 


14,187 
563 
585 


13,176 

860 

204 

8^,933 


18.266 


Vegetable oUa 


So 


8^T...?!r...".!!:::::::: 


589 


Tobaooo,. 


8,218 









DUTCH EAST INDIES. 



FRENCH EAST INDIES. 



HONGKONG. 



^nn*d beef, *,,...... 


DcOlan. 
109 


Dollars. 
1,948 


Dollars. 

4,120 

2,701 

674 

814 


Dollars. 


DoUan. 

210 

369 

997 

1,164 

1,500 


DoUan. 
1,275 
1,048 


Wheat floor 


2,168 
1486 
1,680 


]ieef,aidted or pickled 

Lard fubitf teitea, nJe" «l '(ciJf " 
^'f^^w IftHinf, f4c. ) 


668 
278 


1,818 
608 


1,008 
888 

800 


WfTMW. n'nhnttlMf ' .. . 








1,270 


254 


Malt UauoiB. bottled* V. 




12 




900 
422 


182 




811 




123 
815 
610 


171 


fknuf^j fnijta. ,, ^ „,.,,.,... . 


21 
954 


822 
1,668 


182 


Other artlclsea. 


870 


1,049 


1,029 






Total agricnltuTal ex- 
ports (domestic) .... 


2,122 


4,866 


10,294 


7,562 


6,611 


6.287 


Total domestic exports 


1.147,019 


1,576,816 


2,096,498 


1,201,405 


1,548,986 


1,513.485 


Per cent asricnltiiral. . 


a2 


0.8 


0.5 


0.6 


0.4 


0.4 


nURCIPAL OB017T8. 

Dairy products 


811 

1,811 

500 






128 
8,351 
2,483 

315 


422 

3,099 

690 


171 


If eat pTodncts 


8,940 
883 
21 


5,890 

3,914 

822 

25 


3,518 


"ItnaMtaftH 


1,694 


Fi^ti and nnta 


182 


Vegetable oils. 






5 








r ' 1 





Mflk 


DoUars. 


DoUan. 


DoUars. 


Dollars. 


DoUars. 
350 


DoUars. 
70 














Total agrlcoltural ex- 
ports (domestic) .... 










350 


70 








._ 






Total domestic exports 


69,186 


168.965 


135,188 


152,266 


7,632 


105,684 


Per cent agricultural. . 










5 


0.07 














PBINCIPAL QBOUPS. 

IHiiry products 










850 


70 















Wheat flour . 



Maltllquoni,botUed. 

Canned fruits 

Canned beef 

Beans and peas 

^land cotton 

Bomiimwhiiicy! ! I !!!!!.*!'.! ! 
Aip^leB, green or ripe 

Bones, hoofii, horns and 
nam tips, strips, and waste. 



DoUan. 

2,095,441 

784,097 

7,041 

80,089 

16,869 

14,789 



17,879 

690 

6,634 

2,052 

6,978 



DoUan. 

2,342,419 
760,566 
10,996 
26,317 
16,560 
11,227 



4,471 

184 

7,733 

1,922 

4,444 



DoUan. 

3,322,241 
889,908 
26,212 
19,889 
35,839 
25,493 



4,885 

732 

13,894 

9,168 

17,219 



DoUars. 

3,835,?27 

601,493 

25,373 

27,885 

19,712 

6,720 

72,000 

4,967 

7,783 

9,481 

10,106 



DoUars. 

4,030,340 

760,601 

336,754 

46,830 

23,185 

20.841 

1,710 

19,995 

41,132 

9,026 

14,125 , 



DoUars. 

3,125,233 

739,333 

81,276 

29,892 

22,429 

15,804 

14,742 

10,339 

10,104 

9,254 

7,475 



4.857 4,64ciL 7,4 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



74 



AGEIOULTUBAL EXP0BT8, BY OOUNTBIES, 1895-1899. 



Value of the agrictUtural exports of the United Stales^ etc. — Ck>ntinued. 
HONGKONG— Ck>iitiiiued. 



Articles exported by the 
UnitedStatee. 


Years ended June 80— 


Annual 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1806. 


1899. 


189^1«0. 


Hams 


DoOarg. 
1,674 
6,241 
2,312 

680 
1,627 

724 
1,914 

164 

2,922 
245 

10,650 
28,961 


DoUart. 
2,816 
1,667 
2,852 
1,046 
1,588 
1,041 
1,594 
163 

463 

708 


Dollars. 

A, 642 

82 

10,944 

2,128 

1,851 

966 

8.505 

862 

091 
726 


DoUan. 
6,600 
10,415 
8,117 
1,788 
4,106 
1,668 
2,419 
2,622 

2,041 
2,779 


Dollan, 
11,204 
6,829 
i;692 
10,029 
6,418 
8,464 
8 896 
9,868 

4,902 
6 »n 


Dollan. 
6,247 
4737 
4,188 
8,124 
8,088 
2,571 
2,566 
2,536 

2,204 
2,192 

2,U0 
37,241 


Wheat 


Pork, salted or pickled 

Wines, unbottled 


Bacon' 


Canned v^etables 


Potatoes 


Bread and biscuit 


Coffee and cocoa, ground or 

prepared, and chocolate. . . 

Butter 


Roots, herbs, and barks, 
n.e.s. 




Other articles 


28,752 


35,052 


27,740 , 70,679 




Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


2,964,288 


8,227,971 


4,374,868 


4,691,249 


5,447,171 


4,145,108 


Total domestic exports 


4,244,896 


4,681,880 


6,052,180 


6,283,607 I 7,687,041 


6,769,821 


Per cent agricultural. . 


70 


69 


72 


76 


^ 


72 


PBINCIPAL GBOUP8. 


800 

20,176 

25,928 

2,120,336 


1 

2,260 ; 2,150 

7,101 14,278 

24,554 54,869 

2,364,924 3,348,914 


600 
17,852 
85,314 


1,850 
40,623 


1,882 
20,006 
89,480 
8,153,152 
14,742 
40,700 
18 


Dairy products 

Meat products 


Breadstuflis 


3,865,877 4, 065', 710 
?2,000 ' 1,710 
48,471 67.718 


Cotton 


Fruits and nuts 


36,998 


85,682 1 34.630 


Oil cake and oil-cuke meal . . 


15 






52 

26 

2 


Vegetable oils 






5 


Seeds 


85 




40 


25 


Tobacco 


280 l-<iOO 


25 




381 






' 








JAPAN. 



Upland cotton 

Wheat flour , 

Leaf tobacco 

Alcohol, including cologne 

spirits 

Canned beef 

Milk 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Bones, hoofs, horns and 

horn tips, strips, and waste. 

Wheat 

Butter 

Wines, unbottled 

Canned fruits 

Malt liquors, bottled 

Boots, herbs, and barks, 



Bourbon whisky . 
Hams 

Other articles.... 



Dollars. 
806,058 
245, 122 
7,340 



802,649 
34,446 
34,002 

24,987 
4,875 

14,007 
8,471 

15,853 
4,217 

6,152 

1,971 

3,594 

62,502 



Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 



1,576,249 



Total domestic exportH 4, 659, 242 
Per cent agricultural . . , 

PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 



35 



Live animals 

Dairy products.. 
Meat products. . . 

Breadstufls 

Cotton 

Fruits and nuts . 
Vegetable oils... 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



50,006 

347,507 

270,470 

806,058 

19,672 

108 

225 

7,840 



Dollars. 
1,481,056 
286,111 
12,948 

375 
38,375 
45,395 
2,616 

31,377 
105 
18,103 
24,167 
11,702 
18,080 

1,697 

6,129 

3,339 

66,143 



2,032,618 



7,640,250 



27 



310 

67, 101 

55,563 

300.940 

,481,056 

17,362 

635 

390 

12,948 



Dollars. 
2,345,016 
819,620 
55,124 

20,997 
60,013 
58,766 
9,457 

84,202 
58,743 
15,651 
15,346 
10,345 
16,730 

13,994 
4,319 
3,321 

63,418 



3,605,065 



13,233,970 



27 



Dollars. 

7,428,226 
644,089 
197,036 

816,787 
83,452 
76,106 
50,242 

24,646 
36,684 
23,097 
16, 119 
14,485 
6,507 

4,496 

8,100 

7,561 

89,633 



8, 977. 116 



20,3.>4,689 



Dollars. 
5,776,784 
?22,710 
2,414,482 

398,097 
40,760 
76,701 
42,893 

12,307 
4,150 
18.592 
23,109 
19,277 
14,529 

5,866 

10,128 

9,980 

105,197 



9,694,542 



17,168,970 



66 



1,425 

78,853 

81,002 

900,613 

2,345,016 

18,190 

148 

514 

55,124 



700 


3,277 


1,154 


103,070 


101,258 


80.068 


106,200 


109,861 


139,927 


702,243 


745,467 


583,945 


7,435,526 


5,775,784 i 


3.668,688 


25,625 


84,738 


23,116 


1,539 


8,666 


1,199 


735 


386 


450 


197,036 


2,414,482 


687,886 



Dollars. 

3.567.228 
543,520 
537,386 

147,261 
95,048 
68,283 
27,842 

26,604 
20,911 
17.891 
17,443 
14,832 
11,013 

6.419 
6,129 
6,550 
75,350 



6,177,118 



12,689,424 



41 



TT" 



AOBIOULTUBAI. EXP0BT8, BT OOVNTBIBS, 1895-1899. 



75 



Value of the agricultural exports of the United StaieSy etc. — Continued. 

KOREA. 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 


Years ended June 30— 


AnTi^^ftl 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 

Dollars. 
907 
760 
29 
10 
1,465 


1895-1^. 


Canned fruits 


Dollars. 


Dollars, 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 
100 


Dollars, 
201 


Malt llquoM, bottled 

Lard 

Nursery stock 








152 










6 










2 


Other articles 






315 


356 


Total agricultural ex- 
ix>rt8 (domestic) .... 
















415 


8,171 


717 












Total domestic exports 




32 


509 


125,986 


141,679 


53,681 






Per cent agricultural. . 








0.3 


2 


1 












PBINCIPAL GSOUFS. 

Meat products 










229 

167 

1,205 

800 


46 










315 
100 


96 


Fruits and nuts 








261 


Vegetable oils 








160 















RUSSIA, ASIATIC. 



Wheat flour 


Dollars. 
86,047 
37,805 


Dollars. 
168.541 
68,992 


Dollars. 

209,845 

26,052 

2,850 

8,828 


Dollars. 

162,952 

11,570 

20,836 

4,946 

442 

1.185 

3,211 

1,018 


Dollars. 
463.878 
18.776 
21,186 
9,835 
18,575 
6,744 
8,912 
8,175 


Dollars. 
218,158 
32,689 
8,874 
4,527 
8,803 
2,580 
2,527 
1764 
1,341 
1,148 


Beef, salted or pickled 

Oats 


Canned fruits 


1,999 


2.529 


Tallow 


Canned beef 


625 
1,080 
2,062 


2,222 
1,964 
1,963 
6,704 
1820 
5,027 


2,224 

2,467 

608 


Bread and biscuit 


Malt liquors, bottled 

TTnland cotton 


Wines, unbottled 


1,484 
4,155 


1,906 
7.872 


449 
10,286 


629 
24,010 


Other articles 


10,170 






Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) .... 


185,107 


250,262 


256,147 


216,895 


570,220 


287,526 


Total domestic exports 


202,852 


566,512 


413,942 


618,015 


1,541,197 


668,504 


Per cent agricultural. . 


67 


46 


62 


35 


37 


43 


PBINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Dairr oroducts 


582 
39, U4 
88,774 


749 

71,563 

172,001 

6,704 

3,402 

475 


665 
29,127 
216,629 


1,366 
13,456 
187,910 
1,107 
7,647 


1,567 

49,237 

490,841 


984 


Meat products 


40,499 

231,231 

1,662 

7,331 


BreaostufFs 


Cotton 


Fruits and nuts 


2,582 


5,259 


17,768 
2,010 


Vegetable oils 


497 


Tooacoo 






592 


118 











TURKEY, ASIATIC. 





Dollars. 
26.148 
750 


Dollars. 


Dollars, 


Dollars. 
1,930 
605 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 
5.615 
612 
840 


Malt Uquors, bottled 

Cotton-seed oil 


858 
1,700 


470 


476 


Oleooil 








1,122 


224 


Hides and skins, other than 
furs 




54 
723 
89 


900 
36 
361 




191 


Potatoes 


13 
114 


92 
549 


69 
796 


187 


Other articles 


882 






Total agricultural ex- 
porto (domestic) 


7,025 


3,424 


1,767 


3,076 


2,463 


7,651 


Total dpmestic exports 


130,236 


40,912 


74,661 


242,992 


167,173 


131,195 


Per cent agricultural . . 


21 


8 


2 


1 


1 


6 


PRINCIPAL OROUPS. 

Dairy products 




4 
16 

38 

7 

1,700 


20 

3 

161 

96 


13 
104 
339 

40 


12 
1,888 
332 
70 
26 
15 


10 


Meat products 




802 


Breadstuffs 


17 
97 


177 


Fruits and nuts 


62 


Vegetable oils 


345 


Seeds 




81 


3 


20 











o 



76 



AOBIOULTUBAL EXP0BT8, BY OOUNTBIE8, 18»5-1899, 



Voiue of the agncuUriral exports of the UnUed States, etc — Continued. 
A8IA, NOT ELBEWHmtE SPECIFIED. 



Ajdolei ezpGfrted by the 
United States. 


Yean ended June 80— 


AbuqsI 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


avenue, 
1896-lS». 


¥^eat flour 


TMUart. 
1.150 
265 
964 


DoUan, 


DoUar$, 
87 
48 
1,408 


DoOan. 
627 
15 
702 


DoOars. 
17 
4 
804 


DoOon. 
8» 


Canned vegetables 


230 
712 


111 


Other articles 


818 






Total agricnltuial ex- 
ports (domestic) 


2.869 


942 


1,643 


1,244 


825 


1,285 


Total domestic exports 


427,895 


242.129 


480,005 


483,626 


124,678 


341, e67 


Per cent acrlcultunl . . 


0.6 


0.4 


0.3 


0.8 


0.8 


0.4 


PKIMCIPALOBOUFS. 

Dairy products 


14 

542 

1,601 

62 


184 
69 

898 
78 


14 
565 

663 
822 


7 

210 

967 

85 


27 


89 


Meat^roducts. . . . . x » . . . 


m 


Breadstufb 


109 
S2 


711 


Fniitv and nuts 


us 







AUCKLAND. FUI. AND NOKFOLK ISLANDS, (a) 



Wheat flour 


} 


<e, { 


DoUan. 


DoUan. 
5,276 
806 


DoUar$, 


DoBan, 


"^.S^ 


Othfir articles 








» 












Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


(c) 




5,679 






1,8K 










Total domestic exports 


(c) 


18,600 


19,776 


4.743 


10,121 


13,310 


Per cent agricultural. . 


(c) 




28 






10 












FKINCIPAL eSOUFS. 


} 


(0 { 




68 
6,U6 






18 


Bmidfltnfh .... 









1,879 













BRITISH AUSTRALASIA. 



Wheat.. •« 


Dottars. 


DoUan. 

1,285,720 

428,970 

286,218 

147,185 

105,967 

61,587 

43,210 

77,163 

88,878 

81.208 
11.150 
17,627 
22.072 
1,521 
4,970 
12,492 
10,002 
8,872 
7,686 


DoUar$. 

1,588,846 

1,810.175 

253,807 

282.833 

62,552 

118,161 

46,460 

85.097 

32,904 

48,295 
25,200 
28,402 
16,823 
5,388 
5,879 
19,229 
10.847 
18,898 
9,847 
18,720 

"•:» 

1,884 
12,939 
2,377 
2.210 
1,544 
8,773 
6,919 


DoUar$. 
85,885 

174.118 
. 832,868 

225.460 
68,468 

110,969 
98,101 
83,841 
44,401 

88,535 


DoUart. 

""*299,'iw 
874.299 
175,222 
76,955 
45.666 
113,291 
78.017 
66.251 

38,764 
100,990 
24.121 
14,629 
43,552 
87.927 
15,342 
22.578 

8.168 
15,811 

8.100 
10.754 

7.188 
11,495 

9,60d 


DoUan. 
681,992 


Wheat flour 


6,180 
268,079 
94,205 
77,634 
11,465 
80,899 
84,596 
29.490 

27,127 


442.727 


Leaf tobacco 


802. 96S 


Canned fruits 


174,871 


Sausaire casinfls 


77,815 


Barley 


67.532 


Hops 


65,290 


Glucose and grape sugar .... 

Broom com ^ 

Grease, grease scraps, and 
other soap stock 


61,643 
40.3S4 

83,766 


Com ( maize^ 


27,468 


Clovei seed 


6,856 
13,893 
4,861 
4,600 
7,213 
4,071 
19,669 
8,848 


86,242 

22,686 

21,782 

10.617 

8,156 

13,833 

7,695 

15,879 

18,300 

4,381 

8.757 

5,896 

2.841 

866 

2,491 

2,009 

909 

1,406 

1.141 


22.650 


Cotton-seed oil 


18.021 


Onions 


15.321 


Malt liquors, bottled 

Canned vegetables 


12.699 
12.486 


Beans and peas 


12.265 


Canned beef r 


10,659 


Apples, green or ripe 

Sheep ... • 


10.404 
S,024 


Raisms 


70 

100 

410 

1,963 

2,726 

8,052 

449 


822 
296 


d7.568 


Dried apples 


7.197 


JjBLtd 


8.573 


Milk 


sisso 


Bread and biscuit 


2.781 


Starch 


1,050 
8,129 
2.081 
8,559 
601 


7.458 
8.468 
5.259 
537 
2,806 


2,757 


Glue 


2, ASS 


Hams 


2.504 


Lard oil 


1 2.466 


Bourbon whisky 


1 2,283 



a See footnote a, page 44. 
b Annual average, 1896-1899. 



e Not stated. 

(2 Annual average, 1898-1899. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AGBIOULTU&AL EXPOBTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1809. 

Value of the agricuUurdl exports of the Vnked SkUes^ etc, — Continued. 
BRITISH AUSTRALASIA— Continned. 



77 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 




Years ended June 20— 


Annual 


1895. 
Dollars. 


1896. 


1897. 


1896. 


1899. 


arerage, 
1895-1899. 


Butter 


DoOars. 


DoOars. 
87 

5,342 

9 

252,858 


Dollars. 
11,184 

2,014 

"'*236,*847' 


DoOars. 


DoOars. 
2,244 

2,221 


Hair (inclnding manufac- 
tures of) 


713 

1,975 

183,780 


1,205 

7,986 

176,121 


1,830 

50 

288,100 


Bntndy 


2,004 


Other articles 


5234,474 






Total aKTicultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


796,262 


2,795,359 


4,117,414 


1,670,562 


1.836,811 


2,243,282 


Total domestic exports 


8,988,760 


12,674.001 


17,866,068 


15,520,987 


19,624,896 | 


14,824,941 


Per cent afi^ricultural. . 


9 


22 


24 


11 


9 


15 


PRINCIPAL OBOUP8. 

Liv<^ RTilmalfc '---, r r , 


3,885 

70 

122,629 

56,880 

150,815 


898 
298 

149.988 
1,831,985 

219,618 


15,180 

1,921 

141,857 

3,076,303 

311,525 

85 

25,162 

62,666 

261,812 


18,628 

18,975 

118,303 

457,549 

293,757 

2 

29,876 

76,184 

332,869 


14.180 

9,629 

162,003 

512,280 

260,511 

8 

20,782 

50,684 

374,299 


10,444 
5,179 


Dairy products 


Meat products 


137,846 




1,186,889 


Fruits and nuts 


247,245 
18 


Oil cake and oil-cake meal. . 


Vegetable oils 


15,987 
23,949 
268,079 


27,208 
84,400 
286,788 


28,802 


Seeds 


47,566 


Tobacco 


304,570 





FRENCH OCEANIA. 



Wheat flour 


Dollars. 
86,992 
21,810 
6,986 
8.749 
7,721 
2,684 
8,085 
3.071 
1.787 
1,865 
2,331 
1,611 
1,301 

(o) 
9.574 


DoOars. 
89.682 
10,874 
8,704 
6,717 
6.408 
1.889 
3,086 
1,779 
2.024 
2.010 
2.2S2 
1,286 
1,886 


DoOars. 

62,824 

19,596 

11,119 

7,024 

4,103 

2,491 

2,904 

2,682 

2,943 

2,272 

2,841 

1.559 

1,168 

to* 


DoOars. 
53,022 
17,013 
10,540 
7,147 
2,066 
4.280 
2.964 
2,804 
2,472 
1,908 
1,661 
1.725 
1,296 

1,455 
10.764 


DoiOars. 

48,190 

11,710 

12,128 

8.838 

4)268 

8,982 

2,096 

2,303 

2,591 

1,859 

842 

1,728 

1,211 

660 
9,164 


DoOars. 
48,142 
16,201 
9,894 
6,696 
4,712 
8,045 
2.821 


Wines, imbottled 


Bread and biscuit 


Refined sugar 


Canned beef 


Barley 


Butter 


TawI 


tm 


Canned firitoi 


?;§S 


Milk 


Pork, salted or pickled 

Beans and peas 


1,961 
1,581 


Potatoes...' 


1,272 
61.088 


Bran, middlings, and mill 


Other articles 


69.969 






Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


109.517 


96,789 


181,586 


120.586 


106,540 


112.894 


Total domestic exports 


283.161 


209.781 


816,401 


289,285 


274.576 


264,641 


Per cent agricultural. . 


47 


45 


42 


42 


89 


1 42 


PBINaPAL OBOUPS. 


10 
6.781 
15.186 
49,902 
2.111 
09 
45 


145 
5.730 
11,107 
51,873 
2,474 




490 
5,598 
6,830 
73,892 
8,286 
108 
59 




129 


Dairy products 


5,828 
10.925 
78,817 
3,619 
26 
12 


4,880 
8,526 
67,713 
8,457 


5,549 
10,516 
64,439 


Meat products 


Bieaostufto 


]n[tiitfl and nuts 


Vegetable oils 


8^8 


19 


S2 







a Not stated. 



b Annual average, 1896-1899. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



78 AGRIOULTUBAL EXPOETS, BY OOUNTEIBS, 1895-1899. 

Value of the agricuUural exports of the United States, etc — Gontinaed. 
GERMAN OCEANIA.(a) 



Articles exported by the 
United States. 


Years ended June 80— 


Annual 


1895. 


1896. 
DoUart. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


avenge, 
1895-1800. 


Canned beef 


(c) 

• 


DoOan, 
1,766 
1,120 


DoOars, 
240 

398 


DoUan. 

426 
616 
308 
60 
1,046 


^}S 


Wheat flour 




tt6 


Leaf tobacco 




154 


Canned fruits 




266 
178 
865 


14 
170 
375 


145 


Canned vegretabi^M ....,..,.- 




102 


Other articles 




671 








Total a*rricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


ic) 




4,194 


1,197 


5,094 


2,GZ1 






Total domestic exports 


(c) 




11,102 


8,721 


27,573 


11,819 






Per cent agricultural. . 


(c) 




38 


14 


18 


22 








PEINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Dairy products 


(c) 




56 

2,068 

1,120 

288 


- 




14 


tteat nroducts 




341 

651 

14 


2,904 
920 
318 
616 


1,833 


Breadstufb 




673 


Fruits and nuts 




154 


Tobacco 




164 










1 



HAWAUAN ISLANDS. 



Wheat flour 

Barley 

Bran, middlings, and mill 

feed 

Hay 

Wines, unbottled , 

Malt liquors, bottled 

Mules 

Refined sugar 

Bread and biscuit 

Canned beef 

Oats 

Horses 

Butter 

Hams 

Malt liquors, unbottled , 

Lard 

Bourbon whisky 

Milk 

Canned fruits 

Hogs 

Cheese 

Wheat 

Beans and peas 

Potatoes 

Com (maize) 

Bacon 

Oleomargarin (imitation 

butter) 

Apples, green or ripe 

Canned vegetables 

Oranges 

Cattle 

Wines, bottled 

Coffee and cocoa, ground or 

prepared, and chocolate. . . 

Vinegar 

Onions 

Nuts. 



Pork, salted or pickled . 

Starch 

Fresh beef 



DoUan. 
160,759 
122,750 

(c) 

70,328 
54,789 
82,375 
18,795 
27,271 
35,004 
27,162 
20,597 
12,637 
28,068 
25,266 
21,246 
25,726 
30,700 
14,869 
18,624 
8,971 
10,113 
7,960 
8,106 
4,684 
7,499 
8,249 

4,670 
5,970 
5,196 
(c) 
6,120 
2,782 

3,846 
8,796 
2,324 
2,654. 
1,522 
2,283 



DoUan. 
206,101 
117,996 



70,190 
30,906 
26,290 
37,440 
88,598 
35,806 
22,388 
14,280 



25,333 
20,481 
26,803 
21,399 
15,762 
13,169 
8,708 
10,761 
9,086 
6,708 
5,179 
6,798 
6,125 

3,759 
6,664 
4,132 
(c) 

840 
2,478 

4,540 
4,096 
2.935 
2,182 
1,978 

i,9ia 



DoUan. 
232,800 
169,686 

74,626 
71,511 
44,112 
50,694 
84,140 

861688 
89,166 
37,060 
22,806 
26,310 
26,637 
22,352 
26,364 
15,269 
16,081 
13,487 
11,073 
10,716 
6,688 
9,901 
6,163 
6,809 

5,281 
6,892 
4,164 
(c) 

4,914 
4,754 

8,814 
4,225 
2,821 
8,256 
2,028 
2,962 



DoUan. 
892,601 
235,182 

119,108 
128,928 
84.617 
61,428 
85,748 
44,891 
43,816 
51,575 
89,782 
83,635 
84,561 
27,769 
29,568 
80,141 
27,682 
20,680 
15,088 
19,113 
14,975 
11,947 
10,787 
12,430 
10,168 
8,274 

15,058 
9,768 
7,396 
1,123 
1,910 
4,928 

2,657 
8,145 
5,696 
2,974 
1,977 
2,627 



DoUan. 
306,748 
800,858 

158,623 
171,608 
92,421 
94,950 
120,482 
100,311 
64,220 
54,718 
70,380 
73,591 
37,916 
85,622 
41,878 
33,228 
29,923 
42,843 
29,620 
33,110 
19,164 
12,249 
18,970 
14,752 
16.891 
15,089 

15,471 
12,186 
10,444 
9,618 
9,870 
7.170 

7,681 
8,751 
4,852 
4,866 
7,240 
4,209 
13,957 



DoUan. 
254,802 
188,263 

(1188, 8G6 
102,423 
74.706 
82,754 
60,402 
48,811 
42,226 
41,190 
68,463 
84,236 
28,319 
28,088 
27,962 
27,650 
27,214 
21,885 
18,515 
16.677 
13,217 
10.392 
10,262 
9,889 
9,304 
6,899 

8,827 
8,096 
6,266 
d6.S71 
4,781 
4,422 

4,858 
8,803 
8,726 
8,184 
2.948 
2,800 
2,791 



a In 1896 agricultural products valued at 11,714 were exported to 
Ing German Oceania and Qerman Africa. 
6 Annual average, 1896-1899. 
c Not stated. 
d Annual average, 1898-1889* 



' German PosBenionB," comprls- 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AGBIOULTUBAI. EXP0BT8, BY OOUNTBIBS, 1895-1899. 



79 



Value of the offricuUural exports of the United States^ etc, — Continued. 
HAWAIIAN IBLANDa-Oontinued. 



Artida exported by the 
United States. 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual 


1885. 


1886. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1*89^1^. 


TR»ifiiT>, 


DoOara. 
1^,543 


Donors. 
1^,926 


DoUan. 


DoUars. 
2,889 
122,838 


DoOan. 
2,981 
186,574 


JDoOars. 
62,660 
6129,457 


Other Mtlclee 




ToUl agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


994,142 


1,069,822 


1,273,611 


1,727,766 


2,240,569 


1,459,182 


Total domestlcexports. 


8,648,4?2 


8,928,187 


4.622,581 


5,773,672 


9,006,671 


5,395,917 


Percent agricultural.. 


27 


27 


28 


30 


25 


27 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

LlTe animals 


47,137 
48,050 
99,788 
468,888 


45.647 
49,766 
106.869 
618,170 


108,567 

49,150 

104,256 

628,666 


92,099 
70,216 
146,062 
914,708 
448 
46,588 
9,288 

^1J 


246,188 
99,928 
196,783 
967,747 


107,916 
68,421 
180,561 
697,636 
90 


Dairy products 






Cotton 


Fruits and nuts 


88,729 

7,612 

5,768 

180 


88,916 
4 405 
8,689 


45,829 
4,646 
8,720 


81,779 
9,935 

272 


60,267 
7,146 
4,679 


Vegetable oils 


Seeds 


Tobacco 


91 











PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 



Malt Uquors, bottled 

Wheat flour 


DoUan. 
245 
11,260 


DoOan. 
1,395 
18,290 


DoUan. 
668 
10,068 


DoUan. 
337 


DdOan. 

91,817 

5,156 

86,472 

15,148 

6,149 

7,820 

7,209 

5,256 

4,210 

8,741 

3,268 

3,857 

2,279 

2,621 

2,447 

1,507 

1,400 

300 

1,232 

1,207 

490 

488 

763 

719 

6,940 


DoUan. 
18,891 
8,958 
7,294 
8,046 
1,927 
1,564 
1,442 
1,116 
1,106 
748 


Bourbon whisky 




Canned beef 




36 
886 




46 
2,856 


Mait.;..^.:;::;:::::..:::. 




744 


Hay 




Wines, unbottled 











H^ms... . . .' 






323 
871 


Milk 

Wines, bottled 


896 


264 


285 


Canned fruits ! 




156 




685 


Bread and biscuit -- i - 




671 


Lard 




169 


269 


148 
17 


569 


Bacon 




528 


Ryewhlsky 








489 


Canned vegetables 


103 






322 


oatsT. . . 7 .:..:: . . . . 









280 


Pork, salted or nickled 




1,060 






270 


Branny. .. ^^ . . . . ! . . . . 









246 


Butter 











241 


BM^ns ^nrl p^nfl . . ...... 




468 
97 






192 


Hops 






263 


168 


Honey 






158 


Cheese 










144 


Other articles 


43 


269 




200 


1,488 








Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


11,934 


22,505 


12,175 


4,061 


211,996 


62,632 


Total domestic exports. 


119,256 


162,341 


94,597 


127,787 


401,258 


181,048 


Per cent agricultural. . 


10 


14 


13 


3 


58 


29 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Dairy products 

Meat nrodncts 


896 


264 

1,454 

18,290 

29 


285 

259 

10,068 

156 


371 
634 
200 


6,186 
26,954 
12,599 

8,869 
112 


1,490 

6,840 

10,490 

811 


Breadstulfe 


11,298 


Pruits and nuts 


Vegetable oils 






22 















a Not stated. 



6 Annual average, 1898-1899. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



80 



AGBICULTUBAL EXP0BT8, BY COUNTBIE8, 1895-1899. 



Value of the agrieultural exports of the United Sktte$, de. — Oontinoed. 
8PAKISH OCEANIA, (a) 



Articles exported by the 
United States 


Yeats ended June 30— 


^TITMia^l 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1^6?^. 


Bread and blacuit 


> (c) 


DoOan. 
240 
707 


DoUan. 


DoUan. 

840 
48 

282 
60 
fiO 


DoUUvn. 
286 
, I 


DoUan. {h\ 


Canned fruits 




187 


Canned beef 




452 
106 1 


183 


Wheat flour 


82 




62 


Refined susEr 


60 





50 


Beef, salted or pickled 


W7 




27 






103 


«X 


Butter 


9 
18 
10 

11 




30 
50 
SO 


32 18 


Malt liquors, bottled 

Hams 




1 


16 






10 


prepared, and chocolate. . . 
Potatoes 




13 
24 


6 






6 


Pork, salted or pickled 

Milk 


17 






4 




14 
8 




4 


Wines, bottled 






2 


Beans and nens 


4 
202 






1 


Other articles 





20 


96 


79 








Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


(e\ 


1 1 4A2 




927 


1,197 807 








Total domestic exports. 


(c) 1 11,244 




4.070 


C,883 


5,649 




Per cent agricultural. . 


(c) 


13 




28 


17 


16 






PBINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Dainr products r - -, r 


■ (c) 


9 

184 
624 
707 




44 

812 
420 
48 


32 
488 
890 
29 
80 


21 


Meat nroducts 




2M 


Breadstuffs 





834 


Vniltaand nuts 




196 


Veeetableoils 




8 















TONGA. SAMOA, AND OCEANIA, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED. 



Bread and biscuit 

Wheat flour 

Canned fruits 

Canned beef 

Potatoes 

Refined sugar 

Hams 

Canned vegetables 

Coffee and cocoa, ground or 
prepared, and chocolate. . . 

Bourbon whisky 

Malt liquors, bottled 

Wines, unbottled 

Beans and peas 

Bacon 

Apples, green or ripe 

Miilt liquors, unbottled 

Butter 

Onions 

Pork, salted or pickled , 

c>neei^. ■■•■••■.. ........•.••i 

Nuts 

Other articles 

Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 

Total domestic exports. 

Per cent agricultural. , 



DoUan. 

2,4»r 

1,842 

1,883 

894 

656 

678 

172 

291 

79 
140 
816 
426 
152 

84 
106 
861 

75 
144 
225 

68 

149 

2,177 


DoUara. 

3,318 

2,630 

1,543 

479 

624 

624 

71 

673 

207 
23 
69 

264 
68 
40 

168 
42 

108 
70 

806 

84 

88 

2,367 


DoUan. 

4,070 

2,840 

1^117 

563 

504 

300 

188 

304 

697 
210 
117 
182 
100 
3 
208 


DoUart. 

4.406 

2,750 

1,076 

1.564 

508 

886 

613 

187 

321 

284 

96 

57 

84 

216 

147 

196 

72 

197 

81 

187 

96 

2,867 


2>oaars. 
4,736 
3,071 
2,281 
1,089 
1,163 

507 
1,094 

296 

869 
476 
478 
73 
462 
428 
136 
141 
269 
211 


DoOan, 

3,894 

2,5W 

1,500 

MS 

att 

m 

406 

8S0 

S15 

226 
214 
200 


173 


158 


149 
146 


206 

58 
46 
42 
106 
1,519 


144 


136 


121 


191 
65 

2,667 


104 


101 


2,219 




13,395 


13,496 


12,778 


16,688 


20,172 


1M06 


51,919 


51,889 


46,884 


89,982 


66,622 


49,329 


26 

■ 


26 


28 


89 


86 


1 « 



a In 1895 agricultural products yalued at 9860 were exported to ' 
prising Spanish Oceania and Spanish Africa. 
b Annual average, 1890-1899. 
c Not stated. 



Spanish Po oooss ions n. e 



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AGRIOULTUBAL EXPORTS, BY OOUNTBIES, 1895-1899. 



81 



Value of the agricuUural exports of the United States, etc, — Continued. 
TONGA, SAMOA, AND OCEANIA, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED— Continued. 



ArticlcH exported by the 
United States. 


Years ended Juno 80— 


Annual 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1895-lg99. 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Tilv<* Anlmftlfl. .T 


DoUan. 

175 

221 

1,461 

5,769 

2,188 


DoUara. 

240 

205 

1,171 

7,076 

1,964 


DoUars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 

83 


Dairy products 


2r7 

914 

7,225 

1,623 


289 
2,401 
8,770 
1,680 


549 

2,919 

8,746 

3,106 

6 

5 


308 


Meat products 


1,771 


BrftadstufTs t ..... . 


7,617 


Fruits and nuta 


2,112 


Vegetable oils 


1 


Seeds 


9 


20 


11 


48 


19 







BRITISH AFRICA. 



Wheat 

Rum 

Wheat flour 

Com (maize) 

Canned beef 

Leaf tobacco 

Com meal 

Lard oil 

Laid 

Mules 

Oats 

Beans and peas 

Canned fruits 

Grease, grease scraps, and 

other soap stock 

Rye 

Beef, salted or pickled 

Malt liquors, bottled 

Refined sugar 

Glucose and grape sugar 

Oatmeal 

Oleomaiguin (imitation 

butter) 

Hams 

Sausage caaingB 

Horses 

Sheep 

Canned vegetBihlee 

Pork', salted or pickled 

Bread and biscuit 

Other articles 



i agri( 
ports (domestic) 

Total domestic exports 

Per cent agricultural. « 

PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 



Live animals 

Dairy products 

Meat products 

Breadstufb 

Cotton 

Fraits and nuts 

Oil cake and oil-cake meal. . 

Vegetable oils 

Seeds 

Tobacco 



Dollars. 

86,908 

874,859 

38,784 

371 

109,633 

93,197 

53 

80,878 

27,365 

600 

215 

418 

12, U6 

16,899 



9,345 
2,029 
18,699 
5,625 



8,111 
2,041 
4,692 

750 
2,000 

201 
3,255 
8,167 
53,646 



1,405,857 



Dollars. 

1,673,060 

998,436 

665,530 

1,039,325 

231,991 

82,296 

10,919 

166,310 

87,083 

12,202 

99,412 

24,055 

24,981 

19,494 
4,930 
7,337 

21^248 

7,800 

768 

2,057 
1,789 
8,891 
500 
7,560 

6,m 

4,385 

8,103 

135,799 



5,296,922 



5,196,877 



27 



4,290 

4,104 

171,706 

112, 176 



16,233 
458 
779 
249 

98,197 



11,288,909 



47 



24,044 

1,587 

309,694 

3,686,433 



34,893 

1,106 

2,067 

754 

82,296 



Dollars. 

2,285,717 

992,545 

843,554 

569,806 

412,674 

148,985 

73,578 

146,146 

76,665 

87,824 

52,622 

47,578 

81,626 

17,168 
46,883 
16,267 
40,525 
16,316 
10,187 
11,408 

16,768 
8,172 
9,085 
400 
10,800 
6,327 
5,782 
6,562 
212,696 



6,202,167 



13,082,243 



47 



99,582 

7,267 

568,342 

3,998,418 



66,094 

923 

1,477 

1,671 

148,985 



DoUars. 
2,641,524 
792,188 
1,157,540 
96,717 
330,161 
143,022 
148,259 
41,616 
122,827 
178,508 
25,188 
29,103 



28,174 
38,673 
29,021 
16,250 
18,123 
15,889 
17,050 

11,441 
14,782 
6,146 
17,585 
9,090 
7,006 
4,645 
7,778 
815,810 



6,287,857 



12,013,087 



206,496 

18,104 

687,094 

4,301,764 



76,318 

1,409 

2,420 

1,896 

143,022 



Dollars. 

1,764,661 

1,099,743 

1,029,693 

406,724 

382,071 

260,542 

291,061 

61,258 

204,467 

87,785 

10,229 

47,878 

40,316 

35,724 I 
7,922 
22,873 
14,650 I 
13,534 
25,228 
26,583 

15,225 i 
20,987 

7,706 
16,680 

6,340 
11,473 
10,672 

6,982 
579,394 



6,507,400 



15,130,790 



43 



121,742 

8,581 

838,647 

3,833,911 

90 

99,734 

1,177 

4,072 

3,679 

260,542 



Dollars. 

1,680,374 

951,554 

747,020 

422,589 

293,306 

14% 608 

104,774 

97,242 

93,671 

73,384 

37,538 

29,806 

29,606 

22,492 
18,362 
16,969 
16,611 
16,584 
12,946 
11,160 

10,719 
9,544 
7,304 
7,183 
6,966 
6,037 
5,728 
5,518 
259,469 



5,140,039 



11,342,871 



45 



91,231 

7,929 

496,097 

8,166,588 

18 

58,456 

1,015 

2,163 

1,630 

146,606 



CANARY ISLANDS. 



Leaf tobacco 

Wheat 

Wheat flour 

Lard 

Malt liquors, bottled 

1217— No. 2a 



Dollars. 
55,225 
250 
2,152 
6,072 
2,772 



Dollars. 
45,940 
2,150 
8,024 
8,898 
8,817 



Dollars. 
61,066 
6,234 
10,298 
3,611 
704 



DoUars. 

34.361 

108,395 

96 

1,814 

1,130 



Dollars. 

52,549 

4,416 

1,922 

8,536 

794 



DoUars. 

49,829 

24,089 

4,497 

8,766 

1,843 



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82 AGBIOULTUBAL EXP0BT8, BY OOUNTBIE8, 1895-1809, 

Value of the offricuUural exports of the United Statea, «te.— Continued. 
CANARY IBLANDS-Gontlniied. 



Articles exported by the 


Years ended June 80— 


Annual 


United States. 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


l^^O^. 


Barley 


DoUars. 


DoUart. 

7,988 

1,400 

657 

155 

229 


Dollars. 


DoUara. 


DoUart. 


DoUan 
1,598 
506 
284 


Refined, BURar 


278 
304 
97 
809 


13 
210 
850 
100 
600 




1.288 


Ck>tton-8eea oil 




Raoon 


56 


107 
10 


ld3 
130 
120 


Hanui. x-i-f-T 


Oom (maize) 




Alcohol, including cologne 
spirits 






273 
872 


264 
127 


107 


Other articles 


850 


1.287 


824 


692 




Total affricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) .% . . . 


67,809 


75,546 


82,905 


146,999 


65,018 


87.654 


Total domestic exports 


221,827 


251,601 


288»775 


272,289 


211,289 


248. ta6 


Per cent agricultural. . 


31 


80 


29 


54 


81 


1 85 


PBINCIPAL OBOUPB. 

Bairr products 


57 
6.518 
2.494 

84 
304 


38 

4,417 

18,196 

213 

667 

18 

45,940 


36 
4,378 
16,480 




25 
g,714 
6,879 


81 


Heat Droducts 


1,870 

108,490 

280 


4,177 
30,dS8 


Breadistuffs 


Fruits and nuts 


Vesretable oils 


270 




246 


Seeds 






4 


Tobacco 


55,225 


61,066 


H364 


52,549 


49,829 





EGYPT. 





Dollars. 


Donors. 


Dollars. 
41,440 
19,085 
2,331 


Dollars. 
313,254 
34,075 
4,997 


Dollars. 
48,460 
41,103 
4,010 


DoUars. 
79,629 
20,887 
2,711 


Cotton-seed oil 


1,194 
814 


9,080 
1,401 


Other articles 




Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) .... 


2,006 


10.481 


62,806 


352,826 


88.568 


108.227 


Total domestic exports 


137,630 


216.640 


323,484 


816,605 


494,196 


897,491 


Per cent agricultural.. 


1 


5 


19 


43 


18 


26 


PBINCIPAL GBOUPB. 

Dairy products 




28 
261 
119 

82 
9,080 

15 


50 
429 

41,617 
100 

20,485 


36 
• 248 
813,406 

85 
34,075 


6 
761 

48,490 
490 

41,108 


24 


Meat products 


658 


467 




79,726 
151 


Fruits and nuts 




Vegetable oils 


1,194 


21,177 


Seeds 















FRENCH AFRICA. 



Cotton-seed oil 


Doaars. 
70,837 
38,340 


DoUars. 
81,670 
13,171 


Dollars. 
119,813 
38,530 


Dollars. 
193,063 
75,677 
153,764 
62,486 

6,460 
8,473 
4,642 
10,500 
836 
4,066 


DoUars. 
226,339 
41,826 


DoUars. 
188,348 
40,609 
80,753 


Leaf tobacco •• 


Wheat 


Com (maize) 










12,487 
6.198 


Hides and skins, other than 
furs 


9,661 
3,644 
4,670 


5,970 
1.900 
8,169 


9,000 
2,106 
1,418 




Wheat flour 


8,170 
2; 298 


8,'859 


Lard 


Oats 


2! 106 


Beef, salted or pickled 

Other articles 


1,310 
792 


440 
1,542 


1,615 
4,674 


2,066 
2.936 


1,161 
21780 






Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) 


124,154 


107,852 


177,060 


514,426 


283,626 


241,421 


Total domestic exports 


328,260 


266,201 


301,247 


664.800 


642,608 


420,601 


Per cent agricultural . . 


38 


41 


59 


77 


62 


57 



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AGBIOULTUBAL SXPOBXS, BY COUWTfilES, 1896-1899. 

Value of the agricuUiwral exports of the United States^ etc, — Continued. 
FRENCH AFRICA-Contlnued. 



83 



Artidee exported by the 
United States. 


Yean ended June 80— 


Annual 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1896. 


1899. 


m^^\ 


PRINCIPAL GBOUPS. 


DoUars. 


DoOarg, 


DoUart. 

8 

5,662 

2,868 

155 

119,813 

38,580 


DOOCTB. 


DoUara. 


DoUara, 
2 


Meat products 


6,063 
4.107 


8.892 

8,081 

15 

81.670 

18.171 


6,644 

281,049 

54 

198,063 

76,677 


4,574 

10,245 

224 

226,339 

41,826 


6,868 




50,169 


Fralts and nnts 


'90 


Vegetable oils 


70.837 
33,340 


138,348 


TOMOOO 


40,609 







GERMAN AFRICA, (a) 



Cottonseed....... 


(c) 


DoUara. 


DoUara. 
50 


DoUara. 


DoUara. 


DoUara. (6) 












Total agrlccilaiial ex- 
ports (domestic) 


(c) 




50 






18 










Total domestic exporta 


(c) 


180 


320 


2,819 




706 






Per cent agricultural . . 


(c) 




16 






2 












PSINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Seeds 


(c) 




50 






18 













LIBERIA. 



Bacon 


DoUara. 
829 
951 
667 
558 

41 
268 
212 
233 

29 
215 
124 
183 
483 


DoUara. 

2,409 

545 

680 

684 

1,573 

420 

386 

289 

22 

128 

221 

71 

1.212 


DoUara. 
772 
247' 
190 
268 

54 
355 

85 
126 
822 
124 

74 

55 
470 


DiMara. 
811 
393 
863 
406 

88 
427 
214 

91 
165 

60 
120 
103 
479 


DoUara. 

1,023 

476 

492 

424 

83 
311 
199 
100 
220 
118 

63 
159 
390 


DoUara. 
1,069 
622 


Wheat flour 


Pork, salted or pickled 

Beef, salted or pickled 


478 
467 
868 


Iieaf tobacco 


866 


Bread and biscuit 


209 


Reflped sugar 


158 


Hams. . . . . , r ,--,--,,,.,,, 


150 


Canned fruits 


129 


Canned beef 


120 


Beans and peas 


114 


Other articles 


607 






Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic ) 


4,296 


8,490 


8,187 


8,710 


4,067 


4,737 


Total domestic exports 


18,169 


22,658 


11,407 


12,563 


18,402 


16,685 


Per cent agricultural . . 


24 


87 


28 


80 


22 


28 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 


92 

1,876 

1,854 

215 


223 
6,131 
1,047 

174 
85 

420 


81 

1,788 

460 

155 

15 

355 


117 
2,208 

647 
6b 
14 

427 


138 
2,404 
718 
120 
2 
311 


181 


Meat products 


2,880 
844 




Fruits and nuts 


147 


Seeds 


18 


Tobacco 


268 


856 







aSee footnote a, page 78. 



& Annual average. 1896-1899. 



c Not stated. 



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84 AGBIOULTUBAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTBIES, 18a5-1899. 

VcUue of the (igricdUural exports of the Untied SlateSy etc. — Contmaed. 
MADAQASCAR. 



Articles exported by the 
UnltedStates. 


Years ended June 80— 


Annual 


1805. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1895-1%9. 


Beef, salted or pickled 


DoUan. 


DoOart. 

2,000 

1,105 

1,260 

162 


DoUart. 


Donors, 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 
400 


T/ATvf ? 


11 


106 


375 




819 


Pork, salted or pickled 




250 


Other articles 


127 


60 






68 










Total agricultural ex- 
I>orts (domestic) 


138 


4,607 


165 


375 




1,037 








Total domestic exports 


167,920 


489,189 


473,358 


226,738 


1,184 


271.667 


Per cent agricultuml. . 


0.08 


0.9 


0.08 


0.2 




0.4 








PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Dftiry products 


66 
11 
9 


58 

4,355 

64 








28 


Meat products 


165 


375 




9S1 


Fruits and nuto 




15 






1 





PORTUGUESE AFRICA. 



Wheat 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 
1,628 
72,209 


Dollars. 

638,889 

106,764 

297,800 

126,671 

64,390 

7,919 

3,946 

7.834 

9,905 

7,604 

2,152 

2,833 

3,606 

8,420 

2,965 

28,815 


I>ollars. 
1,984.068 
343,589 


Dollars. 
126,582 
454,955 


' Dollars. 
540.238 


Wheat flour 


10,854 


197,476 


Barley 


60.560 
62.193 
62.173 
11.137 


Com ^maize) 


8- 


-" 73,314 

36,182 

5,217 

1,054 

5,660 

3,756 

5,796 

1,539 

700 

1,827 

1,047 

1,158 

10,142 


36,259 

67,531 

14,954 

1,945 

10,518 

1,798 

1,466 

3,090 

2,977 

1,835 

2,060 

1,650 

35,852 


24,716 

92,762 

27,594 

29,665 

8,641 

1,439 

488 

3,870 

3,985 

1.619 

3,028 

1,770 

64,596 


Canned h^i . . 


Lard 




Com meal 


157 
71 


7.8S3 


Canned fruits 


> 6.'545 


Lard oil 


1 8,380 
3 143 


Refined sugar 


^1 

15 

100 

1,679 


Canned vegetables 


2.183 


Leaf tobacco 


1 2,119 


Bread and biscuit 


2^0» 


Malt liquors, bottled 


1 1.911 


HAmii 




1 1 609 


Other articles 


920 


I 27.065 






Total agricultural ex- 
ports (domestic) .... 

Total domestic exports 

Per cent agricultural . . 


14,160 


221,289 


1,309,418 


2,459,542 t 845.710 


970.023 


105,898 


799,556 1 1,869,933 


2,897,657 | 1.504.240 


1.485.457 


13 


28 


70 


85 


66 


68 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 
TJVP AJlifTIAllI 






15 

876 

82,617 

1,183,913 






8 


Dairy products 


58 

M2 

12,885 


285 
44,744 
153,016 


1,736 

102,022 

2,327,837 

9 

14,788 


71? 
156,515 
655,179 


783 


Meat products 


77,288 


Breadstuffs 


866,666 


Cotton 


2 


mruits and nuts 


71 


8,611 

50 

349 


i2,5i5 


15,919 


10.381 


ntl oaIta n.Tid ni1-f>Akp moAl 


10 


Vegetable oils 


105 


245 

115 

2,833 


366 

65 

•2,977 


678 

75 

8.985 


849 


Seeds 


51 


Tobacco 


100 


700 


2,119 







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AGRICULTUBAL EXPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 85 

Vahie of the agricultural exports of the VnUed States, etc. — Continued. 
SPANISH AFRICA, (a) 



Artlclefl exported by the 
United States. 


Years ended June 80— 


Annual 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1896. 


1899. 


average, 
189&-ia»9. 


Wheat 


. (c) . 


JDoUara. 


DoUara. 
8,220 


DollatB. 

18,195 

6,880 

2,686 

850 

478 

707 


Dollars. 


Dollars, ih) 


Wheat flour 






672 


Leaf tobacco 








Com (maiKe) 








212 


Bread and biscuit 








"^lA 


Other articles 








177 












Total a^cultural ex- 
ports (domestic) .... 


(c) 




8,220 


24,791 




7,008 






Total domestic exports 


(c) 




4,740 


29,674 




8,604 






Per cent agricultural . . 


(c) 




68 


84 




81 








PBINCTPAL GIIOUF8. 

Dairy products 


(c) 






2 

202 

21,560 

96 

2,686 




1 


Meat products 








61 


BnMMfwtliffR 




3,220 




6,195 


Vegetable oils 






24 


Tobacco.... 








672 













AFRICA, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED. 



Bread and biscuit 


Dollars. 
128 


Dollars. 
82 


DoUars. 
724 
6,050 


Dollars. 
683 


Dollars. 
4,858 


Dollars. 
1,284 
1,210 
1,205 
1,180 

1,042 

1,012 

676 


Wheat 


Rum 




6,028 






Sheep 








5,900 

2,806 
1,718 


Grease, grease scraps, and 




328 
200 


578 


1,605 


Canned be«' 




3,141 
3,379 

2,271 










Alcohol, including cologne 
spirits 








10 
200 


456 


liCaf tobacco 






1,950 
2,086 
260 
906 
715 
208 
895 
710 
432 

488 
872 


50 
32 


440 


Wheat flour 


6 


5 

1,600 

9 


416 


Rye whisky 


80 
198 
291 
61 
75 
78 
161 

10 
5,308 


888 


lAalt liauors bottled 




89 
149 
181 

24 


240 


Canned fruits 


84 


238 


Lard 


546 


199 


Hams rr.rT- 




199 


Laid oil 






158 


Canned vegetables r r 


87 


2 


141 

12 
2,924 


153 


Oleomargarin (imitation 
butter) 


102 


Other articles 


346* 


1,170 


2,124 








Total agricultural ex- 
I>orts (domestic) 


545 


9,916 


25,615 


5,790 


21,743 


12,722 


Total domestic exports 


183,189 


518,254 


573,009 


559,188 


659,579 


498,644 


Per cent agricultural . . 


0.3 


2 


4 


1 


3 


3 


PBIKCIPAL GROUPS. 

Live animals 










5,900 
560 
2,984 
7,437 
553 
534 
200 


1,180 
193 


Daily products 






404 

4,760 

12,354 

721 

183 

1,960 




Meat nroducts 


13 

145 

84 


791 
64 


1,662 

1,639 

167 

254 

60 


2,042 

4,328 

296 


BreadiBtufl's 


Fruits and nuts 


Seeds 


1,098 


414 


Tobacco 




440 











a See footnote a, page 80. 



b Annual average, 1896-1899. 



c Not stated. 



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INDEX TO COUNTRIES. 



PagB. 

Aden 71 

Africa, not elsewhere specified 85 

Argentina 64 

Asia, not elsewhere specified i. 76 

Auckland, Fiji, and Norfolk Islands 76 

Austria-Hungary .• 37 

Azores, and Madeira Islands 38 

Belgium 38 

Bermuda 60 

Bolivia 65 

Brazil 65 

British Africa 81 

British Australasia ' *. . . . 76 

British East Indies ^ 72 

British Guiana 67 

British Honduras 60 

British West Indies 59 

Canada * 61 

Canary Islands ^ ....;. *-^ 81 

Chile 66 

China 72 

Colombia : 66 

CoetaRica 63 

Cuba 59 

Cyprus. {See Malta, Gozo, and Cyprus Islands. ) 

Danish West Indies •.. 60 

Denmark 39 

Dutch East Indies 73 

Dutch Guiana 68 

Dutch West Indies 61 

Ecuador 67 

Egypt 82 

Faroe Islands. (See Greenland, Iceland, and Faroe Islands.) 
Fiji Islands. (See Auckland, Fiji, and Norfolk Islands. ) 

France 40 

French Africa 82 

French East Indies 73 

French Guiana 69 

French Oceania 77 

French West Indies 62 

German Africa 83 

German Oceania 78 

Germany 



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88 . INDEX TO COUNTRIES. 

Page. 

Gibraltar : 42 

Gozo. (See Malta, Gozo, and Cyprus Islands. ) 

Greece - 43 

Greenland, Iceland, and Faroe Islands 43 

Guatemala 53 

Haiti 62 

Hawaiian Islands 78 

Honduras 54 

Hongkong v 73 

Iceland. {See Greenland, Iceland, and Faroe Islands. ) 

Italy 43 

Japan 74 

Korea 75 

Labrador. {See Newfoundland and Labrador. ) 
I^wigley. {See Miquelon, Langley, and St. Pierre Islands. ) 

Liberia . 83 

Madagascar 84 

Madeira Islands. {See Azores, and Madeira Islands.) 

Malta, Grozo, and Cyprus Islands 44 

Mexico 56 

Miquelon, Langley, and St. Pierre Islands 57 

Netherlands 44 

Newfoundland and Labrador 58 

Nicaragua 55 

Norfolk Island. {See Auckland, Fiji, and Norfolk Islands.) 
Norway, {See Sweden and Norway. ) 

Oceania, not elsewhere specified. {See Tonga, Samoa, and Oceania, not else- 
where specified. ) 

Paraguay , 69 

Peru , , 69 

Philippine Islands ^ 79 

Porto Rico 63 

Portuga 1 45 

Portuguese Africa , , - - , , 84 

Roumania 46 

Russia, Asiatic -. 75 

Russia, European 46 

St. Pierre. {See Miquelon, Langley, and St. Pierre Islands. ) 

Salvador 56 

Samoa. {See Tonga, Samoa, and Oceania, not elsewhere specified. ) 

Santo Domingo 63 

Spain 46 

Spanish Africa 85 

Spanish Oceania 80 

Sweden and Norway 47 

Switzerland 47 

Tonga, Samoa, and Oceania, not elsewhere specified 80 

Turkey, Asiatic 75 

Turkey, European 48 

United Kingdom 48 

Uruguay 70 

Venezuela 71 



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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
SEcrrioN OP foreign mabkets. 



AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS 

6f the 

itlSriTED STATES, 

BY COUNTRIES, 

1895-1899. 

BY 

PRANK U. HITCHCOCK, 

CHIEF, SECTION OF FOREIGN MARKETS. 



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I'TJBLICATIONS OF THE SECTION OF FOBEIQK MABKETS. 

jfuUetins (to l>e procured, at the prices indicated, from the Su][)erintendeDtof Docu- 
nieiits, Union Building, Washington, D. C. ) : 

No. 1. — Great Britain and Ireland. Price (including supplement) , 10 cents. 

No. 2. — The German Empire. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 3. — France. Price, 6 cents. 

No. 4. — Canada. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 5. — Netherlands. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 6. — Belgium. Pric^, 5 cents. 

No. 7. — Norway. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 8. — Sweden. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 9. — Denmark. (In course of preparation. ) 

No. 10. — Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products during the Five Fiscal Years 
1893-1897. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 11. — Spain's Foreign Trade. Price, 5 oentSr 

No. 12.--0ur Foreign Trade with Spain, 1888-1897. Price, 6 cents. 

No. 13. — Trade of Puerto Rico. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 14. — Trade of the Philippine Islands. Price, 10 cents. 

No. 15.— Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products, 1894-1898. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 16:— Distribution of the Agricultural Exports of the United States, 1804-1898. 
Price, 10 cents. 

No. 17.— Sources of the Agricultural Imports of the United States, 1894-1898. 
Price, 10 cents. 

No. 18.— Our Trade with Japan, China, find Hongkong, 1889-1899. Price, 10 cents. 

No. 19.— Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products, 1890-1899. Price, 5 cents. 

No. 20.— Agricultural Exports of the United States, by Countries, 1895-1899. 

No. 21. — Agricultural Imports of the United States, by Countries, 1895-1899. 

Circulars (for free distribution. Apply to the Secretary of Agriculture, Washing- 
ton, D. C.) : 

No. 1. — Peaches and Other Fruits in England. (Exhausted. ) 

No. 2. — American Dried Apples in the German Empire. 

No. 3. — Imports and Exports for 1893 and 1894. (Exhausted.) 

No. 4. — An Example for American Farmers and Dairymen. (Exhausted.) 

No. 5.— The Treaty of Shimonoseki between China and Japan of April 17, 1896, 
and Our Possibilities of Trade with those Countries. (Exhausted.) 
• No. 6.— Imports and Exports for 1893, 1894, and 1895. (Exhausted.) 

No. 7. — Extension of Markets for American Feed Stuffs. 

No. 8. — ^The Manchester District of England as a Market for American Producta. 

No. 9.— Imports and Exports for 1893, 1894, 1895, and 1896. 

No. 10. — Course of Wheat Production and Exportation in the United States, Can- 
ada, Argentina, Uruguay, Russia, and British India from 1880 to 1896. 

No. 11. — Agricultural Prp<lucts Imported and Exported by the United States in 
the Years Ended June 30, 1892 to 1896, Inclusive. (Exhausted.) 

No. 12. — Sources of the Principal Agricultural Imports of the United States during 
the Five Years Ended June 30, 1896. (Exhausted. ) 

No. 13. — Distribution of the Principal Agricultural Exports of the United Statca 
during the Five Y'ears Ended June 30, 1896. 

No. 14. — Hamburg as a Market for American Products. 

No. 15. — Exports of Cotton from Egypt. 

No. 16.— Our Trade with Cuba from 1887 to 1897. 

No. 17. — United States Wheat for P^astern Asia. 

No. 18.— Hawaiian Commerce from 1887 to 1897. 

No. 19. — Austria-Hungary as a Factor in the World's Grain Trade; Recent Use of 
American Wheat in that Country. 

No. 20.— Agricultural Imports and Exports, 1893-1897. 

No. 21. — Agricultural Imports and ExiK)rts, 1894-1898. 

No. 22.— Agricultural Imports and Exports, 1895-1899. OoOCjIe 



Bulletin No. 21. 

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

SEC'lION Of FOREIGN MARKETS. 



AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS 



OF THE 



UNITED STATES, 

BY COUNTRIES, 

1895-1899. 



BY 



FRANK H. HITCHCOCK, 

CHIEF, SECTION OF FOREIGN MARKETS. 




WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1900. 



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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. 



U. S. Department of Agriculture, 

Section of Foreign Markets, 
Washington^ D. C, July ^5, 1900. 
Sir: I have the honor to transmit herewith a statistical report show- 
ing the value of the various agricultural products imported into the 
United States from each country of shipment during the five fiscal 
years 1895-1899, and to recommend its publication as Bulletin No. 21 
of this OfiSce. 

Very respectfully, 

Frank H. Hitchcock, 

Chief. 
Hon. James Wilson, 

Secretary of Agriculture. 



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CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Introduction 9 

Principal sources of the agricultural imports 9 

iSumniary statement, by coimtries, of total agricultural imports 10 

Character of agricultural imports from leading sources: 

Brazil 11 

United Kingdom 11 

Cuba 12 

Germany 12 

Japan 12 

China 13 

France 13 

Italy 13 

Dutch East Indies 13 

Hawaiian Islands 14 

Mexico .-- 14 

Canada 14 

British West Indies 14 

British East Indies 15 

Netherlands 15 

Venezuela 15 

Argentina 15 

Egypt 16 

Philippine Islands 16 

Colombia 16 

Other sources 16 

Agricultural imports from the tropics 16 

Agricultural imports, by continents: 

Europe 17 

North America 18 

South America 19 

Asia 20 

Oceania 20 

Africa , 21 

Agricultural imports, by principal articles and groups: 

Sugar 22 

Coffee 23 

Hides and skins 24 

Wools 25 

Silk 26 

V^etable fibers 27 

Fniitsand nuts 27 

Tea 29 

Tobacco 30 

Wines 30 

Vegetable oils 31 

Live animals 32 

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6 CONTENTS. 

Agricultural imports, by t'ountriea: Page. 

Austria-Hungary 34 

Azores, and Madeira Islands 35 

Belgium 35 

Denmark 36 

France 37 

Germany 38 

Gibraltar , 39 

Greece 39 

Greenland, Iceland, and Faroe Islands 40 

Italy 40 

Malta, Gozo, and Cyprus Islands 41 

Netherlands 41 

Portugal 42 

Russia, European 42 

Servia 43 

Spain 43 

Sweden and Norway 44 

Switzerland 44 

Turkey, European 45 

United Kingdom 45 

Bennuda 47 

British Honduras 47 

Canada 48 

Costa Rica 49 

Guatemala 49 

Honduras 49 

• Nicaragua 50 

Salvador 50 

Mexico 50 

Miquelon, Langley, and St. Pierre Islands 51 

Newfoundland and I^brador 62 

British West Indies 62 

Cuba 63 

Danish West Indies 63 

Dutch West Indies 64 

French Wi»«t Indies 54 

Haiti 64 

Porto Rico 55 

Santo Domingo 55 

Argentina 56 

Brazil 56 

Chile 57 

Colombia 57 

Ecuador 57 

British (luiana 58 

Dutch ( Juiaiia 58 

French Ciuiana 59 

Paraguay 59 

Peru 59 

Uruguay 60 

Venezuela 60 

Aden 60 

China 61 



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Agricultural imports, by countries — Continued. Page. 

British East Indies 62 

Dutch East Indies 62 

French East Indies 63 

Portuguese East Indies 63 

Hongkong G3 

Japan 64 

Russia, Asiatic 64 

Turkey, Asiatic 64 

Asia, not elsewhere sixjcificd 66 

Auckland, Fiji, and Norfolk Islands 65 

British Australasia 66 

French Oceania 66 

Hawaiian Islands 67 

Philippine Islands 67 

Spanish Oceania : 68 

Tonga, Samoa, and Oceania, not elsewhere specified 68 

British Africa 68 

Canary Islands 69 

Egypt 69 

French Africa 70 

Liberia 70 

Madagascar 70 

Portuguese Africa 71 

Spanish Africa 71 

Tripoli 71 

Africa, not elaew^here specified 72 

1 ndex to countries 73 



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AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS OF THE UNITED STATES, BY 
COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



INTRODUCTION. 

The statistical tables that foiin the subject-matter of the present 
bulletin have been compiled for the purpose of exhibiting, in small 
compass, the value and character of our agricultural imports from 
each of the various foreign countries. The statistics cover the five 
fiscal years 1895-1899, and are in every instance based on the oflBcial 
returns^ of importation. In form and arrangement the tables are 
similar to the corresponding statements of exportation printed in 
Bulletin No. 20,* which the present report is intended to supplement. 

PRINCIPAL SOUBCES OF THE AORICCrLTURAL IMPORTS. 

Of the agricultural imports of the United States during 1895-1899, 
amounting in average annual value to $366,964,708, more than one- 
half came from tropical countries. Brazil, the leading source of our 
coffee supply, ranked foremost among the countries that sold us prod- 
ucts of agriculture, furnishing 15 per cent of our total imports. From 
the United Kingdom we received 9.3 per cent, but our imports from 
that country consisted to a considerable extent of produce from other 
sources that was distributed through the British market. The island 
of Cuba, which contributes so largely to our sugar requirements, stood 
third among the sources of the agricultural imports, supplying 7. 5 per 
cent. From Germany we received 6.6 per cent, that country ranking 
fourth in the trade. As in the case of the United Kingdom, however, 
an important part of the produce bought from Gennany came origi- 
nally frona other countries. Japan was the fifth country in impor- 
tance, supplying 4.9 per cent. China followed closely with a record 
of 4.8 per cent. From France we purchased 4.7 per cent, and from 
Italy 4.2 per cent. The Dutch East Indies furnished 4 per cent, the 
Hawaiian Islands 3.7 per cent, Mexico 3.7 per cent, Canada 2.8 per 
cent, the British West Indies 2.8 per cent, the British East Indies 
2.7 per cent, the Netherlands 2.4 per cent, Venezuela 2.3 per. cent, 

'The statistics given in the present bulletin are all based on the official iin)x>rt 
returns published hy the Bureau of Statistics, Treasury Department, in its annual 
reports on the Commerce and Navigation of the Unite<l 8tat<»H. 

'Bulletin No. 20, ** Agricultural Exports of the United State«, by CVmntrii'H, 
1895-1899." 

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AGRIOULTITUAL IMPORTS, IJY (OrNTRIKS, 1895-1899. 



and Argentina 2.1 per cent. The only other sources from which we 
received agricultural impoiix duiing 1S95-1890 exceeding 1 per cent 
of the total were: Egypt, 1.7 per cent; the Philippine Islands, 1.2 per 
percent; and Colombia, 1.1 per cent. 

SUMMARY STATEMENT, BY COUNTRIES, OF TOTAL AGRICULTURAL 

IMPORTS. 

In the following .summary tiible statistics are presented showing the 
total value of the agricultural imports of the United States from each 
country of shipment during the five fiscal yeai*s 1895-1899: 

Value of the agricultural products imported into the United Stateafrom the several nmjiiries 
of shipment during each fiscal year fro Jii 1895 to 1899, incltisive. 



Countries from which 
imported. 



Brazil 

United Kingdom 

Cuba 

(iermany 

Japan 

China 

France 

Italy 

Dutch Eiust Indies 

Hawaiian Islands 

Mexico 

Canada 

British West Indies... 
British East Indies.... 

Netherlands 

Venezuela 

Argentina 

Kgypt 

Philipnine Islands 

('olombia 

Belgium 

CostA Rica 

British Australtisia 

British (Juiana 

Kusslji, European 

I'ruguay 

Spain 

Santo Domingo 

l*ortr> Rico 

(f uatemala 

Turlcey, Asiatic 

Austria-Hungary 

British Possessions, 
n.e.8.: 

Aden 

Malta. Gozo.etc... 

Auckland.Fiji.etc. 

Fulicland Islands. 

Salvjvdor 

Turkey, European 

British Africa 

Dutch (fUiaoa 

Switzerland 

Haiti 

Hongkong 

Nicamgua 

Honduras 

Greece 

Peru 

Bermuda 

Ecuador 

Africa, n.e.8 

Danish West Indies.. . 

French Africa 

Portugal 

Chile 

Denmark 



1895. 



DoUarn. 
05,425,138 
34,638.4HS 
49,559,808 
16,977,618 
15,561,965 
18,050,125 
17,251,176 
14.726,290 
7,611,745 
7,849,726 
12,327,814 
11,095.870 
8.533,630 
10.518.478 
10,574,406 
9,887,629 
7.009,829 
3, A«\, 457 
4,70r.\?34 
{■■,■■■■<>■ 05 

': ' " 11 

I ::-.'. -21 
': 'Hi ;« 
•j Jl i03 
'.! I'll '159 
'.!, I. '.''.I -!55 
•J i'-i. 144 

II 30 
1 1-: 171 
i:.i.i.i^..79 
lJJlt,-!54 
l.:>ii.705 



1,361,015 

3,159,712 
1,318.880 

809.115 
1.104.040 
1,849.481 
676, 742 
1,185,501 
091,307 
277, 299 
384.502 
431,330 
509,012 
332. 145 
218.312 
207, 82-2 
102. 1% 
222. 12S 
158, 749 



Years ended June 30— 

1898. 



Dollars. 
00,667,744 
35,419,890 
36,386,420 
22,522,506 
18,381,579 
18,648,821 
17,758,294 
15,957,559 
14,597,895 
11,710,281 
12,751,385 
11,606,995 
8,891.128 
9,029,100 
8,727.552 
9.461.132 
9,25:1,018 
7. 878, 780 
4,871,908 
4,527,182 
4,084,790 
3.800.75;^ 
4,909,123 
3,415,410 
2,554,418 
3,215.831 
2,382,438 
2,055,664 
2, 262, -253 
2,037,08() 
2,079.585 
2,078,607 



1,015,880 
10,410 



1,145,882 
1,532.500 
1,691.579 
877. 295 
975. :m 
940.8_>9 
1,104,095 
773, 610 
652. 156 
575, 401 
610,954 
501.701 
604.000 
483. 010 
287. 497 
237. a57 
334,247 
304. 8^)2 
150, 174 



1897. 



Dalian, 



67, Cil, 
4y. ?vi. 
15, l',i', 
4I,->. 

10, 11", 
17, tM.%. 
20, 3.1, 
i:vji| 8. 

Li.i.l :, 

11. r. ;. 

10, ..I. 



10, 



5. 



:..►, 773 

10. i-^;.'.»5 

V. VrL-., 784 
')79 
")14 
)67 
1)78 
'563 

■■,;;,f-. 175 

:> 1 176 
^5 
...,^..421 
3,4:J5,1'20 
2,165,820 
2,180,418 
2,094,319 
1,W5,413 
2,787,640 
2,824,327 



,498,256 
8,:J87 



1,091,789 

1,524,598 

1.397,958 

955,406 

1.156,051 

1,048,370 

583,216 

805,280 

718,888 

609,082 

370.659 

607,110 

391,073 

290.251 

3-29. 631 

185, 028 

331.410 

354.770 

273, 483 



Dollar*. 

46,460,192 

25,748,289 

13,158,036 

14,183,922 

20,065,384 

18,346.474 

14,595.890 

13,969,751 

14.272.843 

17,142.508 

13,053,657 

8,449,144 

9,433,064 

11,005,218 

7.164,788 

7. 573, '296 

5,810.954 

4,825,509 

3.772.835 

4,546,839 

1.483,937 

2,689,154 

.3.454,402 

3,059,131 

3,5.36,792 

1,730.814 

2,212,950 

2,232,772 

2,394,706 

1,801,666 

1,325,062 

985,007 



1.915,193 
13,390 



7o3:89:J 
940, 78(5 
824,149 
1,407,145 
1,062,628 
432,628 
431,378 
620,697 
679,882 
824,960 
446, 776 
441,798 
379,672 
573,542 
316.732 
465, 720 
282. 008 
195,298 
i:W, 477 



Dollars. 

40,594,558 

A 069. 349 

22,474,184 

25.419,667 

20.121,010 

16.477,569 

16,823,099 

18,507,360 

21.121.676 

17.739,689 

15,986,948 

8,140,398 

12.981,952 

12.117,671 

7,008,548 

6,335,922 

4.871,223 

7,352.596 

4,374,173 

4,-2:».750 

1.651.031 

3,463,307 

1,715,958 

3,497,918 

3,467.684 

1,276,176 

2,423,316 

2,942.051 

3.093.830 

2,024,190 

1.792,401 

2.289,071 



.860.892 
8.434 
13,821 



1,030.862 

1,274.127 

1,214.741 

1,633,445 

1,132,375 

522,885 

1.643,805 

595,129 

721,526 

806,602 

1,298.419 

482,752 

616,970 

691,795 

58:^052 

560,705 

269, 153 

220,076 

170,319 



Annual average, 
1895-1899. 



Dollars. 
54.116,397 
34.131.835 
27,407.798 
24,092,378 
18,109.810 
17,717.797 
17,375,950 
15, -235. 145 
14,592,466 
13,617.189 
13,600,110 
10.149.241 
10.078.849 
9,996,048 
8.731,858 
8.504,753 
7,654,741 
0.095.171 
4.402.043 
4.130,083 
8,3a5,360 
8,320.163 
8.250,098 
3. 230, -281 
2.889,655 
2.472,640 
2,'269,7W 
2. -269. 047 
2,265.456 
2,073.W7 
1.985.168 
1,944.543 



58 I 



Perd. 

1 4. 7» 

9. 3 J 

7.47 

6.57 

4.93 

4.83 

4.73 

4.15 

3.9H 

3.7! 

.S.7! 

2.77 

2.75 

2.72 

•2.38 

2.32 

2.09 

1 06 

! 20 

1.13 

.91 

.91 

.89 

.88 

.79 

.67 

.62 

.62 

.62 

.56 

.54 

.53 



1,661.139 


45 


1,436,428 


.39 


1,318,191 


.3i 


1,170.078 


.32 


1. 136, 481 


.31 


1,086,179 


.30 


958.839 


.2f. 


879,967 


.21 


796. tt% 


.•22 


692,752 


.19 


618. 769 


.17 


608,462 


.16 


492,938 


.13 


492,145 


.13 


474,269 


.13 


347.045 


.09 


343.268 


.09 


275.924 


.07 


259,515 


.07 


178, 440 


.05 



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AGBICULTURAL IMPORTS, BY COUNTR1K8, 1895-1899. 11 

Value of the agricultural proiluciK impttrted into the United Sfatei^f etc. — Continued. 



Countries from which 




Years ended June 30— 


• . 


Annual average, 


imported. 


18^. ]S9(). 


1897. 


189K. 


1899. 


1895-1899. 


Sweden and Norway . . 

Bntish Honduras 

Dutch Wi>yt Indies.... 

French Oceania 

Asia.n.e.B 

Newfoundland and 

Labrador 

MftdagaKcar 

French West Indies.. 
French East Indies . . . 


Dollan. 
86.235 
143,217 
118.014 
61.185 
77,945 

53.863 
52.099 
21.711 


Dollars. 
76, 145 
117,469 
89,908 
81,526 
87,851 

33, 113 
13.341 
5.229 
78.158 
15,687 

19.834 
4.307 
17.814 
10,967 
&1 
4,681 

f 16.972 


Dollars. 
137,872 
129.416 
87,718 
96,381 
57,880 

107,124 
16.246 
8.619 


DoUars. 
201,005 
118,731 
102.065 
61,823 
70,958 

5,781 
15,247 
16,785 


Dollars. 
227,461 
111,549 
178,359 
116,219 
35,512 

11,208 

1,475 

27,040 


Dollars. 
145.644 
124,076 
105,212 
88.727 
56.028 

42,217 
19,682 
15,877 
15,632 
14,116 

18,497 
12,857 
10,523 
8,764 
6,642 
5,104 

} 3,406 
2,079 

1,853 

1,687 

1,346 

640 

243 

226 


Perct. 
0.04 
.08 
.03 
.02 
.01 

.01 
.01 


Portuguepe Africa .... 

Azores, and Madeim 

Islandfi 


6.110 
9.016 


22.769 

9,793 
21,176 
12.646 

7,023 

154 

16,066 


14,995 

20,329 

66K 

12,0^ 

6,670 

8,906 

140 


11.017 

8,515 
15,687 




Canary I»lauds 

Servia 


22.446 
10.558 

9.752 
23,165 

4,685 

} » 

10.287 

9,265 

1,425 

142 




Liberia 


9.390 
921 




Tonga. Samoa, etc 

Tnjwli 




Spanish Po6sesBion.s, 
n. e. a. : 

Spanish Africa.... 

Spanish Oceania.. 
Paraguay . 




.03 






48 
160 












Greenland, Iceland, 
etc 










Gibraltar 


4,240 
22 


650 

1,543 

37 

824 

519 


438 
2,356 


1,680 

2,666 

8,164 

146 

9 




Runia. Asiatic 

French Guiana 




Miquelon.LAngiey.elc 
PonugueseKast Indies 


200 


488 
603 


55 










Total agricul- 
tural imports . 


878.115,965 


391,029.407 ;400.871,468 


1 
314,291,796 355,514,881 


366,964,708 


100.00 


Total imports... 


731.969.965 


779,724,674 


764.730,412 


616,049.654 |697,148,489 


717.924,639 




Per cent agri- 
cultural 


60.97 


50.15 


52.42 


51.02 


51.00 


51.11 


...... 



CHARACTER OF AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS FROM LEADING SOURCES. 



Brazil supplies about two-thirds of the coflfee consumed in the United 
States, but aside from this one article our agricultural imports from 
that country are small. The total value of the products of agriculture 
received from Brazil during 1895-1899 averaged $64,116,897 a year, 
and of this sum $48,700,000 was paid for coffee. After coffee the 
most important ailicles were sugar, and hides and skins. The sugar 
imports amounted in average annual value to $2,349,000, and the 
imports of hides and skins to $2,270,000. Other items of some 
importance were: Cocoa, $364,000; fruits and nuts, $212,000; hair, 
$101,000; and crude feathers and downs, $67,000. 



UNITED KINGDOM. 



From the United Kingdom we imported during 1895-1899 agricul- 
tural produce amounting in average annual value to $34,131,835. 
Wool was the most important article, averaging $12,975,000 a year 
in value. Hides and skins formed the second item in importance, the 
value being $4,981,000. Imports of vegetable fibers were received to 

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the value of $3,377,000. Under the head of vegetable fibers the lead- 
ing articles were cotton, Manila hemp, and flax. Of cotton there 
were imports worth $1,361,000. They consisted chiefly of Egyptian 
cotton. Manila hemp was imported to the value of $856,000, and 
flax to the value of $733,000. Of crade feathers and downs there 
were imports valued at $1,261,000. Vegetable oils formed an item of 
$991,000. Sugar was imported to the value of $954,000. Of fruits 
and nuts there were imports worth $948,000. Among numerous 
other agricultui*al imports, leading items were: Bottled malt liquors, 
$892,000; tea, $696,000; coffee, $608,000; and linseed, $607,000. 



Our agricultural imports from Cuba during 1895-1899 had an aver- 
age annual value of $27,407,798. Of this sum $20,485,000 was paid 
for sugar. Next to sugar the principal item was tobacco, of which 
there were imports worth $5,608,000. Fruits and nuts were purchased 
to the value of $571,000. Bananas were the leading variety, the imports 
of this fruit amounting in value to $393,000. Of hides and skins there 
were imports worth $273,000. Another product imported quite exten- 
sively from Cuba was molasses, the value being $269,000. 



Germany sold us agricultural products during 1895-1899 to tne 
average yearly value of $24,092,378. Sugar was decidedly the most 
important item, avemging in value $13,264,000 a year. After sugar, 
our principal imi)ortB from Germany were hides and skins, and wines. 
Hides and skins formed an item of $1,980,000, and wines one of 
$1,196,000. Rice was imported through the German markets to the 
value of $637,000, and rice flour, rice meal, and broken rice to the 
value of $850,000, the purchases of rice in all forms aggregating 
$1,487,000. Of the remaining imports, the most important were: 
Bristles, $624,000; coffee, $568,000; hops, $565,000; tobacco, $392,(XH); 
vegetable oils, $333,000; hair, $297,000; and unbottled malt liquors, 
$241,000. 

JAPAN. 

From Japan there were agricultural imports during 1895-18J^l^ 
amounting in average annual value to $18,109,810. Silk was the prin- 
cipal factor in the trade, our importations of this product averagiucr 
in value $12,975,000 a year. Tea and rice were the only other iteoLs 
of uuich importance. The tea imports were valued at $4,445,000 and 
the rice imports at $584,000. Of the remaining items the largest were 
nursery stock, $26,000, and vegetable oils, $24,000. 



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CHINA. 

Our agricultural imports from China during 1895-1899, amounting 
in avei-age yearly value to $17,717,797, consisted largely of tea and 
silk. Tea formed an item of 16,483,000 and silk one of $6,270,000. 
Wools were imported quite extensively from China, the value being 
$1,514,000. Other items of considerable importance were: Hides and 
skins, $887,000; prepared opium, $848,000; rice, $499,000; sugar, 
$476,000; coffee, $121,000; and vegetable oils, $102,000. 



France sold us agricultural products during 1895-1899 having an 
average annual value of $17,375,950. Wines, hides and skins, wools, 
silk, and fruits and nuts were the leading articles. We imported 
French wines to the average yearly value of $4,209,000, champagne 
worth $3,307,000 being the principal item. The imports of hides and 
skins averaged $2,460,000, wools $2,046,000, silk $1,477,000, and fruits 
and nuts $1,091,000. Vegetable oils were imported to the value of 
$932,000, the chief item under this head being olive oil, worth $464,000. 
Argols, or wine lees, formed an item of $697,000, and brandy one of 
$620,000. Among the other agricultural imports from France were: 
Sugar, $457,000; crude feathers and downs, $323,000; grease, $221,000; 
and glue, $220,000. 

ITALY. 

From Italy we purchased products of agriculture during 1895-1899 
to the average yearly value of $15,235,145. The principal articles 
were silk, and fruits and nuts. The silk imports averaged $5,542,000 
in annual value and the imports of fruits and nuts $5,287,000. Lem- 
ons formed the chief item under the head of fruits, the value being 
$3,892,000. Oranges were imported to the value of $761,000. Under 
nuts the leading item was almonds, of which there were imports worth 
$184,000. Argols, or wine lees, were imported quite extensively from 
Italy, the value amounting to $1,086,000. Of vegetable oils there were 
imports valued at $938,000, olive oil worth $518,000 being the princi- 
pal item. Other imports were: Hemp, $466,000; cheese, $456,000; 
grease, $155,000; and hides and skins, $155,000. 

DlTTCn RAST INDIES. 

The Dutch East Indies supplied us during 1895-1899 with agricul- 
tural produce the average annual value of which was $14,592,466. Of 
this sum $12,261,000 was paid for sugar, that product forming the 
principal part of the trade. The only other item of much importance 
waa coffee, of which there were yearly^ purchases averaging $2,141,000. 
Among the remaining imports the largest were: Hides and skins, 
$40,000; nutmegs, $35,000; and pepper, $19,000. 

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HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 

Our agricultural imports from the Hawaiian Islands during 1895- 
1899 had an average yearly value of $13,617,189. They consisted 
chiefly of sugar, of which product average annual purchases to the value 
of $13,172,000 were recorded. Rice was the second item in impor- 
tance, having a value of $190,000. Hides and skins were imported 
to the value of $82,000, and fruits and nuts to the value of $78,000. 
Bananas formed the chief item under fruits and nuts, the value being 
$66,000. Coffee valued at $71,000 and wool valued at $11,000 were 
about the only other agricultural imports worth mentioning. 



From Mexico we imported products of agriculture during 1895- 
1899 to the average annual value of $13,600,110. Vegetable fibers, 
coffee, hides and skins, and cattle were the principal articles. Of 
vegetable fibers there were imports averaging $5,301,000 a year in 
value. Sisal grass was the leading item under this head, the value 
being $4:, 778,000. Istle, or Tampico fiber, was imported to the value 
of $385,000. The imports of coffee were valued at $4:,178,000, hides 
and skins $1,671,000, and cattle $1,237,000. Vanilla beans formed an 
item of considerable importance, amounting in value to $612,000. 
Of the remaining imports the largest were fruits and nuts, $195,000, 
and tobacco, $154,000. Oranges were the leading fruit imported, the 
value amounting to $158,000. 



Numerous farm products were imported from Canada, but mostly in 
limited quantities, the total value for 1895-1899 averaging $10,149,241 ' 
a year. Live stock formed the largest item, amounting in average 
annual value to $2,176,000. There were impoits of sheep worth 
$939,000, cattle worth $749,000, and horses worth $442,000. Next to 
live stock, wheat was the leading import, having a value of $1,355,000. 
Then came hides and skins, valued at $1,236,000, and hay, valued at 
$1,077,000. Wool was imported to the value of $829,000. Among 
various other items were the following: Tobacco, $495,000; fruits and 
nuts, $411,000; beans and peas, $397,000; barley, $330,000; flax, 
$232,000; and potatoes, $154»,000. 

BRITISH WEST INDIES. 

The British West Indies sent us during 1895-1899 agricultural 
products that amounted in average yearlj^ value to $10,078,849. Sugar, 
fruits and nuts, cocoa, and coffee were the leading imports. The pur- 
chases of sugar averaged $5,037,000 a year. Fruits and nuts were 
bought to the value of $2,695,000, the principal items being bananas 



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woiiih $1,757,000, oranges worth $532,000^ and cocoanuts worth 
$160,000. The imports of cocoa amounted in value to $1,316,000, and 
those of coflfee to $546,000. Among other items the most important 
were molasses, $67,000, and sisal grass, $41,000. 

BRITISH EAST INDIES. 

From the British East Indies we imported agricultural products in 
1895-1899 having an average annual value of $9,996,048. Chief 
among these imports were hides and skins, vegetable fibers, indigo, 
and vegetable oils. The imports of hides and skins averaged $3,047,000 
a year in value. Vegetable fibers were imported to the value of 
$2,062,000, jute and jute butts worth $2,020,000 forming the principal 
item. Of indigo there were imports valued at $1,388,000. The vege- 
table oils imported were worth $973,000. Other items of some impor- 
tance were: Coffee, $591,000; pepper, $505,000; linseed, $266,000; 
nutmegs, $216,000; tea, $213,000; and sugar, $201,000. 

NETHERLANDS. 

Our agricultural imports from the Netherlands during 1895-1899 
had an average yearly value of $8,731,858. More than half of this 
sum was paid for tobacco, chiefly Sumatra. Our imports of this 
product from Dutch ports averaged $4,782,000 a year in value. The 
next largest import was sugar, the value being $906,000. Coffee was 
purchased to the value of $614,000. Other leading items were: Cocoa, 
$397,000; hides and skins, $311,000; vegetable oils, $308,000; and 
nursery stock, $290,000. 

VENEZUELA. 

Venezuela shipped to us during 1895-1899 products of agriculture 
amounting in average annual value to $8,504,753. Coffee formed the 
principal part of the trade, our imports of this product having an 
average value of $7,249,000 a year. Hides and skins formed the 
largest import after coffee, the value being $1,0()7,0()0. Cocoa worth 
$122,000 and crude feathers and downs worth $60,000 were the only 
other items of importance. 

ARGENTINA. 

From Argentina we imported farm produce during 18t)5-lS99 to 
the average yearly value of $7,654,741. The principal articles were 
bides and skins, and wool. The imports of hides and skins averaged 
$4,325,000 a year in value, and the wool imports $2,487,000 a year. 
Of the remaining items the most important were: Sugar, $268,000; 
hair, $206,000; linseed, $161,000; and bones, hoofs, and horns, 
$182,000. 



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ECJYIT. 

Our agricultural imports from Egypt, consisting chiefly of cotton 
and sugar, had an average annual value during 1895-1899 of $6,095,171. 
Of Egyptian cotton we made purchases averaging $3,895,000 a yeai 
in Talue. Sugar formed an item of $2,134,000. The only othei 
import of any considerable importance was hides and skins to the value 
of $39,000. 

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 

The Philippine Islands sent us during 1895-1899 agricultural prod- 
ucts amounting in average annual value to $4,402,043. Manila hemp 
and sugar were the important items, the former averaging $3,047,000 
a year in value and the latter $1,186,000 a year. Other impoiis 
recorded were: Hide cuttings and other glue stock, $4,500; volatile, 
or essential, oils, $2,600; goatskins, $2,100; and coffee, $2,000. 

COLOMBIA. 

From Colombia we imported agricultural products in 1895-1899 
having an average yearly value of $4,130,083. The principal imports 
were coffee, fruits and nuts, and hides and skins. Of coffee there 
were purchases averaging $2,615,000 a year. Fruits and nuts were 
imported to the value of $814,000, the chief items being bananas worth 
$658,000, and cocoanuts worth $152,000. Of hides and skins there 
were impoi-ts worth $650,000. Among other imports from Colombia 
cocoa was the most important, the value being $35,000. 

OTHER SOURCES. 

The countries that have been mentioned include all the sources from 
which we received agricultural imports during 1895-1899 amounting 
in value to more than 1 per cent of the total. Of the remaining 
sources of supply the most important, with the average annual value 
of the agricultural products furnished, were as follows: Belgium, 
$3,335,360; Costa Rica, $3,326,163; British Australasia, $3,250,098; 
British Guiana, $3,230,281; European Russia, $2,889,655; Uruguay, 
$2,472,640-, Spain, $2,269,794; Santo Domingo, $2,269,047; Porto 
Rico, $2,265,456, and Guatemala, $2,073,847. 

Other sources from which the United States imported agricultural 
products during 1895-1899 averaging above $1,000,000 in annual value 
were Asiatic Turkey, Austria-Hungary, Aden, Salvador, European 
Turkey, British Africa, Dutch Guiana, and Switzerland. 

AGRICULTURAL IMl>ORTS FROM THE TROPICS. 

As has already been stated, more than one-half of the agricultural 
impoi-ts received by the United States during 1895-1899 came from 
tropical countries. The products of agriculture imported directly from 
countries that lie wholly or in chief part within the tropics had an 

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AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 17 

average annual value for the live yeara of $183,484,790, but in addi- 
tion to these imports large quantities of tropical produce were received 
indirectly, coming as reexports from other countries. 

The following table shows the value of the agricultural products 
imported directly from the several tropical countries during 1895-1899: 

Value of the agricultural products imported into the United States from tropical countries 
during Mch fiscal year from 1896 to 1899 , inclusive. 



CoiintrieH from which 
imported. 



Brafil 

West Indies 

Eatit Indies 

Hawaiian Islands 

Mexico 

Venezuela 

Central America 

Philippine Islands 

Gaianas 

Colombia , 

Aden 

Hongkong 

Peru 

Ecuador 

Africa, n. e. 8 

British Honduras 

French Oceania 

Madagascar 

Portuguese Africa 

UberU 

ToQga» Samoa, etc 



ti>J\ 138 
117,457 

:r_'7.;l4 

i^TiN J86 

:E:^^J18 
U4i>,J66 
361,015 
676.742 
884,502 
669,012 
882,145 
143,217 
61,186 
52,099 
6,110 
9,752 
28,165 



Years ended June 80— 
1896. 



^■•^■'7. 744 
r>i^. K8 
H\\ 756 
T 10.281 
7.M r»5 
(r.L182 

\.-\\ 'WB 

I .-.': 741 

4,627,182 

1.616.886 

1,164.696 

516.964 

604.000 

488,610 

117,469 

81,526 

13,841 

16.687 

10,987 

64 



1897. 



Dollars. 

57.434,350 

31,714.063 

22,638,465 

18,643,742 

18.881,248 

9,265,784 

7,869,545 

4,288,567 

4,618,248 

4,290,078 

1,498,256 

663.216 

870,659 

891.078 

290,261 

129,416 

96,381 

16,246 

22,769 

7,023 

154 



Total 202,842.234 196,441,868 178,086,654 160,896,179 184,706,619 ,183,484,790 100.00 



1898. 



Dollars. 

46,460,192 

28.066,788 

25,278,061 

17,142.506 

18,063,657 

7,673,296 

6,645,292 

8,772,836 

4.466,276 

4,646,839 

1,916,193 

481,878 

446, 776 

879,672 

678,512 

118,781 

61,828 

15,247 

14,995 

6,670 

8,908 



Dollars. 

40,694.558 

42.808.353 

33.239.356 

17.739,689 

16,966,948 

6,835,922 

7,836,014 

4,374,178 

5,194,404 

4,289,750 

1,860,892 

1.648,805 

1,296,419 

616,970 

691,795 

111,649 

116,219 

1,475 

11,017 

9,390 

921 



Annual average, 
I 1895-1899. 



Dollars. 

54,116,397 

43,448.123 

24,604,372 

13,617,189 

13,600,110 

8.504,753 

8,826,245 

4,402,043 

4,379.378 

4,180,063 

61,722,657 

879,967 

603,462 

492,146 

474,269 

124,076 

88,727 

19,682 

14,116 

8,764 

6,642 



I'rrct. 

29.49 

23.68 

13.41 

7.42 

7.41 

4.G4 

4.54 

2.40 

2.39 

2. -25 

6.96 

.48 

.33 

.27 

.26 

.07 

.05 

.01 

.01 

\ .01 



a Including in 1896 Malta, Qozo, and Cyprus Islands, 
Falkland Islands. 
b Anntial average, 1896-1899. 



Auckland, Fiji, and Norfolk Islands, and 



AGMCULTUKAL IMPORTS, BY CONTINENTS. 

Following is a table that shows the value of our agricultural imports 
from the several continents during 1895-1899: 

Valtie of the agricultural products imported into the United States from the several conti- 
nents during each fiscal year from 1896 to 1899, iridusive. 



Continents from which 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual average. 


imported. 


1896. 


1896. 

Dollars. 
116.781,686 
84,940,166 
92,743,457 
65,634,196 
21,672,902 
10,867,001 


1897. 


1898. 

Dollars. 
87,372,948 
56,701,246 
71,616,117 
67.484,863 
24,489,976 

6,726,646 


1899. 


1896-1899. 


Europe 

North America 

South America 

Asia 

Oceauia 


DcUars. 
106,128,782 
96,145,587 
98,184,518 
56,729.411 
15,027,848 

4,900,449 


Dollars. 
152,479,699 
66.762.649 
90.883.761 
61,062,008 
21,811,820 

8.892.031 


Dollars. 
106,563,691 
75,871,363 
64,588.381 
75,173,211 
23,960,829 

9,857,406 


Dollars. 
113,665,351 
76,182,193 
82,603,247 
ft*), 004, 737 
21.362,474 

8.146,706 


Perct. 
30.96 
20.76 
22.61 
17.71 
5.82 


Africa 


2.22 


Total 


878,115,986 


391,029,407 


400,871,468 


814,291,796 


365,514,881 


366,964,706 


100.00 







From Europe we received 31 per cent of the foreign agricultural 
produce purchased during 1895-1899, our imports from European 
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countries having an average annual value for the five years of $113,- 
665,361. It should be remembered, however, that a considerable por- 
tion of the imports received from Europe consisted of produce that 
came originally from other sources. 

The following table gives the value of the products of agriculture 
imported into the United States during 1895-1899 from each of the 
various European countries: 

Value of the agricultural products imported into the United States from the countries of 
Europe during each fiscal year from 1895 to 1899^ indusive. 



Countries from which 
Imported. 



Aufltria-HungRry 

Azores, and Madeira 

Islands 

Belgium 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Gibraltar 

Greece 

Greenland, Iceland, 

etc 

Italy 

Malta, Gozo, etc 

Netherlands 

Portugal 

Russia, European 

Servia 

Spain 

Sweden and Norway. 

Switzerland 

Turkey, European . . . 
United Kingdom — 



Years ended June 80— 



1895. 



Dollars. 
1,645,705 

9,016 

2,620,377 

158, 749 

17,251,176 

16,977,618 

1,425 

277,299 

9,265 
14,726,290 

(a) 

10,574,406 

162,196 

2,491,959 

10,558 

2,164,444 

86,235 

1.104,640 

1,318,886 

34,638,488 



1896. 



Dollars. 
2,078,607 

19,834 

4,684.790 

150, 174 

17,758,294 

22,522,506 

4,240 

575,401 



15,957,559 

10,416 

8,727,552 

334,247 

2,554,418 

17,314 

2,382,438 

76, 145 

976,301 

1,632,660 

35,419,890 



Total Europe .... 106, 1*28, 782 115, 781 . 686 152, 479, 699 87, 372, 948 106, 563, 691 



1897. 



Dollars. 
2,824,327 

9,793 

6,236,663 

273,483 

20,461,293 

41,868,178 

650 



13,014.765 

8.387 

10,183,996 

331,416 

2,397,421 

12,646 

2,166,820 

137,372 

1,166,061 

1,524,598 

49.783,159 



1898. 



Dollars. 
985 007 

20,329 

1,483,937 

133,477 

14,595.890 

14,183,922 

438 

824,960 



13,969.751 

13,396 

7.164,788 

282,606 

8,536,792 

12,095 

2,212,950 

201,005 

1,062,528 

940,786 

25,748,289 



Dollars. 
2,289,071 

8,515 

1,651,081 

176,319 

16,823,099 

25,419,667 

1.680 

806,502 



18,507.360 

8,434 

7,008.548 

269,153 

8,467,684 



2,423,316 

227,461 

1,132,375 

1,274,127 

25,069,849 



Annual average, 
1895-1899. 



Dollars. 
1,944,643 

18,497 

3,835,860 

178,440 

17,376,950 

24.092,378 

1.687 

618,769 

1.853 

15,285.145 

610,168 

8,781,868 

276.924 

2,889.655 

10,623 

2,269,794 

146,644 

1,066.179 

1,818.191 

84,131.836 



118,665,351 



/¥rrt. 
1.71 

.01 
2.98 

.16 
16.29 
21.20 



.54 



18.40 
6.01 
7.68 

.24 
2.54 

.01 
2.00 

.13 

.96 
1.16 



100.00 



a Not stated. 



b Annual average, 1896-1899. 



NORTH AMERICA. 



The neighboring countries of North America supplied us with 21 
per cent of the agricultural produce imported during 1895-1899, the 
average yearly value amounting to $76,182,193. 

Following is a detailed statement as to the value of our agricultural 
imports from the several North American countries in 1895-1899: 

Value of tfie agricultural prodti^cts imported into the United States from the countries of 
North America during each fiscal year from 1896 to 1899, inclusive. 



Countries from which 


Years ended June 30— 1 


Annual average. 


imported. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897 


1898. 


1899. 

DoUars. 
482,752 
111,549 

8,140,398 ; 


1896-1899. 


Bermuda 


DoUars. 
431,330 
143,217 
11,095,870 


DoUars. 
501,701 
117, 469 
11,606,995 


Dollars. 
607.110 
129,416 
11,453.799 


Dollars. 
441,798 
118,731 

8,449,144 


DoUars.' 

492,938 

124,076 

10,149,241 


PtrcL 
0.65 


British Honduras 

Canada 


.16 
13.32 


Central America: 

Costa Rica 

Guatemala 

Honduras 


8,279,427 
2,660,279 
691.307 
1,18.5.561 
3, 159; 712 


3,800,753 

2,037,686 

6.V2, 156 

773,610 

1,145,882 


3,398,175 

1,845,413 

718,888 

8a^2H0 

1,091,789 


2,689,154 

1,801,666 

C79.882 

620,697 

763,898 


8,463,807 
2,024,190 
721,526 I 
595,129 1 
1,030,862 j 


8,326,163 

2,078,847 

692,752 

796,056 

1,486,428 


4.87 

2.?2 

91 


Nicaragua 

Salvador 


. 1.04 
1 89 


Total Central 
America 


10.976,286 1 8.410,087 1 7.S59,M5 


6, 515.292 

= 


1 
7,835,014- 


8,325,245 


10.93 



o 



AGBICULTURAL IMPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 19 

Value ofUie agricuUurtU products imported into tfie UniUid Statettf eU\ — Continued. 



Gountrle8 from which 




YeaiB ended June 30— ' 


Annual average. 


imported. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1896-1899. 


Mexico 

Miqucion, Langley. 
etc 


DoUara. 
12,827,314 

200 

58.868 


DoUar*. 
12.751.385 

488 

33.113 


DoUars. 
18,881,248 

824 

107.124 


DoOara. 
13,058,667 

55 

6. 78(1 


DoUara. 
15,986,948 

146 

11,203 1 


DoUara. 
13,600,110 

243 

42,217 


Perd. 
17.85 


Newfoundland and 
Labrador . ^ . » , , r , , . r 


.06 






West Indies: 

British 

Cuba 


8.533.630 

49,559,808 

218,312 

118.014 

21,711 

1,849,481 

1,482,171 

1,384,330 


8.801.128 

36,386,420 

287,497 

89,908 

5,229 

940,829 

2,262,253 

2,656.664 


10,554,473 

15.460,540 

829,631 

87,718 

8.619 

1.048,370 

2.094,319 

2,180.418 


9.433.064 

18,168,086 

316,782 

102.065 

16,786 

482,628 

2,894,706 

2,232,772 


12,981,952 

22,474,184 

583,052 

178,369 

27,040 

822,885 

3,098.830 

2,942.051 


10,078,849 

27,407,798 

347,045 

105,212 

15,877 

958.839 

2,265,456 

2. •269, 047 


13.23 
35.98 


Danish 


.45 


Dutch 


.14 


Prench 


.02 


Haiti 


1.26 


Porto Rico 

Santo Domingo . . . 


2.97 
2.98 


Total West In^ 
dies 


63.117.457 


51.518.928 


31,714.083 


28,086.788 


42,803.353 


43,448,123 


57.03 


Total North 
America 


98,145,637 


84,940,166 


65,752,649 


66,701,246 


75,371,363 


76,1«2,193 


100.00 



SOUTH AMERICA. 



South America was the source of 23 per cent of our agricultural 
imports for 1895-1899, the products received from that continent hav- 
ing an average annual value of $82,603,247. 

The value of the agricultural produce received from each of the 
South American countries during the five years will be seen from the 
following statistics: 

Value of the agricaliural produds imported into the United Stales from the countries of 
South America during each fiscal year from 1896 to 1899, inclusive. 



Countries from which 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual average. 


imported. 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1895-1899. 


Aigentlna 

Brazil 

Chile 


DolUvra. 

7,609,829 

65,425,138 

222,128 
3,046,565 

569,012 

(a) 


DoUara. 
9,253,018 
60,667,744 

304,852 
4,527.182 

604,000 


DoUara, 

10,728.679 

57.434,350 

354,770 

4,290,078 

891.073 


DoUara. 
5,810,954 
46,460.192 

195,296 
4,546,839 

879,672 


DoUara. 
4,871,223 
40,594,558 

220,676 
4,239.750 

616,970 


DoUara. 

7,654,741 

54,116,397 

259.545 
4,130,083 

492,115 


Perct. 
9.27 
65.51 

.:n 


Colombia 

Ecuador 


5.00 
.GO 


IVil kland Islands 


















Guianas: 

British 


2,621,108 
809,115 


8,415,446 
877,296 


8,657.805 

956.406 

87 


8,069,131 
1,407,145 


3,497,918 

1,683,445 

3,1M 


3,230,281 

1,136,481 

640 


3.91 


Dutch 


1.38 


French 














Total Quianas... 


3,330,218 


4,292,741 


4.613.248 


4,466,276 


5,134.527 


4,367.402 


5.29 


Paraguay 


10,287 

384,602 

2,699,255 

9,887,629 








160 
1,298,419 
1,276,176 
6,335,922 


2,079 

603,462 

2,472,640 

8,504,753 




Peru 


516,954 
3,215.834 
9,461.132 


370,659 
3.435.120 
9,265,784 


446,776 
1,736,814 
7,573,296 


.73 


Urugfuay 

Venezuela 


2.99 
10.80 






Total South 
America 


98,18«,518 


92,748,457 


90.883,761 


71,616,117 


64,588,381 


82,603,247 


100.00 



a Not stated. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



20 



AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



From Asia we purchased 18 per cent of the foreign agricultural 
produce received during 1895-1899, our impoi-ts from Asiatic countries 
amounting in average annual value to $66,004,737. 

Following is a statement, by countries, of our agricultural imports 
from Asia in 1895-1899: 

Viilue of the ngriciiUural products imported into the Imited Stnies from the couniries of 
Ada during each fiscal year from 1895 to 1899, inclusive. 



Countries from which 


Years ended June 30— 


Ann ual average, 


imported. 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 1888. 1899. ' 

1 1 


1895-1899. 


Aden 

China 


Dollars. 
a 1,361, 015 
18.050,125 


DoUars. 
1,615,886 
18,648,821 


Dollars. 

1,498.256 

17,065,995 


Dollars. 

1,915,198 

18.346.474 


Dollars. 
1.860.892 
16,477,569 


DoUars. Prrrt. 
&1.7<a.557 62.56 
17,717.797 , 27.26 








East Indies: 

British 


10,548,478 
7,611,746 


9,029,100 7,279,7TJ 
14,597,895 15.358.173 


11.006,218 
14,272,843 


12,117,671 
21, 121, 676 


9,996,048 1 15.38 

14,592,466 22.45 

15,632 .02 

226 ■ 


Dutch 


French 


78,158 
603 


' 


Portuguese 




619 




91 












Total Eant Indies. 


18,160,223 


23,705,756 22,638.465 


25,278,061 


33.239,356 | 


24,604.372 87.85 


Honglcong 


676,742 

15,561,965 

142 

1,941,254 

77,945 


1,164,695 

18,381,579 

22 

2,079,585 

87,851 


583,216 

16,419,113 

1.543 

2,787.540 

57,880 


481,378 

20.065,384 

2,358 

1,328,062 

70,963 


1,648,805 1 JtTQ Qfi? 1 1.S5 


Japan 


20,121,010 

2,666 

1,792,401 

85,512 


18 109 810 : 27.86 


Russia, Asiatic 

Turltey, Asiatic 

Aaia,n.e.s 


1,346 

1.985.168 1 3.(» 
66.028 1 .09 


Total Asa 


55,729,411 


65,684,196 


61,052,008 1 67,434,868 


75,178,211 


65,004,737 100.00 



a Including in 1895 Malta, Gozo, and Cyprus Islands, Auckland. Fiji, and Norfolk Islands, and 
Falkland Islands, 
2> Annual average, 1896-1899 

OCBANIA. 

Oceania furnished us with 5.8 per cent of our agricultui-al imports 
for 1895-1899, the avemge yearly value of the produce purchased 
being $21,362,474. 

The agricultural imports from Oceania during 1895-1899 arc stated 
by sources in the following table: 

Value of the agricultural products imported into the United States from the countries of 
Oceania during each fiscal year from 1895 to 1899, inclusive. 



Countries from which 


Years ended June 30— 


Anmial average. 


Imported. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 1899. 


1895-1899. 


Auckland, Fiji, etc... 
British Australasia. . . . 

French Oceania 

Hawaiian Islands 

Philippine Islands.... 

Spanish Oceania 

Tonga, Samoa, etc 


DoUars. 

(a) 
2,390,533 

61,185 
7,849,726 
4,702,734 

(a) 

23,165 


DoUars. 


Dollars. 


DoOars. 


Dollars. 

13,821 

1,715,958 

116,219 

17,789,689 

4,874,178 

48 

921 


DoUars. 

63.455 

3,280.098 

88.727 

13,617,189 

4,402,043 

612 

6.612 


Prrrl. 
60.02 


4,909,123 

81,526 

11,710,281 

4,871,908 


3,780,476 

98,381 

13,643,742 

4,288,567 


8,454,402 

61,323 

17,142,508 

8,772,886 


16.21 

.39 

6S.74 

20.61 


64 


154 


8,908 


.03 


Total Oceania. . . 


15,027,343 


21,672,902 


21,811,820 


24,439,»76 


28,960.829 


21,862,474 


100.00 



a Not stated. 



b Annual average, 1896-1899. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



21 



Our agricultural imports from Africa during 1895-1899 formed only 
2.2 per cent of the total. The value averaged $8,146,706 a year. 

Following is a statement giving the value of our agricultural imports 
from the several African sources in 1895-1899: 

Value of the agricultural, produces imported into the United States from the countries of 
Africa dunng eo/ch fiscal year from 1896 to 1899, inclusive. 



Couniriefi from which 
imported. 



Britlflh Africa 

Canary Islands 

Egypt 

French Africa 

Liberia 

Madagroficar 

Portuguese Africa . . 

Spanish Africa 

Tripoli 

Afnca,n.e.8 

Total Africa... 



1895. 



DoUan. 

721,963 

22,446 

3,483,467 

267,822 

9,7&2 

52,099 

6,110 

a20 

4,636 

332,146 



4,900,449 



Years ended June 30— 



Dollars. 

1,691,579 

4,307 

7,878,780 

237,057 

10,987 

13,341 

16,687 

16,972 

4,681 

483,610 



1897. 



Dollars. 

1,397,958 

21,176 

6,936,514 

185,028 

7,023 

16.246 

22,769 



16,066 
290,251 



10,357,001 , 8,892,081 



1896. 



Dollars. 

824,149 

668 

4.825,609 

465,726 

6,670 

15,247 

14,996 



140 
673,542 



6,726,646 



DoUars. 

1,214,741 

16,687 

7,362,696 

660,706 

9,390 

1,476 

11,017 



691,795 



1,857,406 



Annual average, 
1895-1899. 



DoUars. 

1,170,078 

12,867 

6,096,171 

343,268 

8,764 

19,682 

14,116 

64,243 

6,104 

474,269 



Perd. 

14.36 

.16 

74.82 

4.21 

.11 

.24 

.17 

6.05 

.06 

6.82 



8,146,706 100.00 



a Including in 1895 Spanish Oceania. 



b Annual average, 1896-1899. 



AGRICUI.TURAL IMPORTS, BY PRINCIPAL ARTICLES AND GROUPS. 

Measured by their average annual value for 1895-1899, the leading 
articles * and groups of articles in our agricultural import trade rank 
in the following order: Sugar, coffee, hides and skins, wools, silk, 
vegetable fibers, fruits and nuts, tea, tobacco, wines, vegetable oils, 
and live animals. The products mentioned comprise in value nearly 
90 per cent of our total agricultural imports. 

The statistics of value presented in the following table show the 
relative importance of these leading agricultural imports for 1895-1899: 

Value of the agricultural imports of the United Stales, by principal articles and groups, 
during each fiscal year from 1896 to 1899, inclusive. 



Agricultural im- 
ports. 



Years ended June 30— 



1895. 



DoUars. 
Sugar 76,462,8 



Coffee. 

Hides and skins 

Wools 

Silk 

Vegetable fibers 

Fruits and nuts , 

Tea 

Tobacco 

Wines 

Vegetable oUs 

Live animals 

Other 



96,180,717 
26,122,942 
25,566,421 
22,626,056 
17,996,456 
17,289,923 
18,171,879 
14,745,720 
7.188,537 
4,921,896 
2,787,078 
48,221,524 



1896. 

DoUars. 
89,219,773 
84,798,124 
30,620,177 
82,451,242 
26,763,428 
19,448,906 
19,032,439 
12,704,440 
16,503,130 
7,107,006 
5,218,364 
3,252,477 
44,014,902 



1897. 



Mm. 



DoUars. 
99,066,181 
81,544,384 
27,863,0261 
53,243,191; 
18,918,283 
18,220.680 
17,126,932, 
14,835,862 
9,584,155 
6,862,465 
5,372,684 
4,285.455 
43,948,170 



Total agricultu-' 
ral imports. . . I 



373.115,985 



391,029,407 400,871,468 



Dollars. 
60,472,749 
65,067,631 
37,068,932 
16,783,692 
32.110,066 
18,465,689 
14,566,950 
10,054,283 
7,488,608 
6,969,180 
4,869,091 
4,674,125 
36,700,800 



814,291,796 



18W. 



I Annual average, 
1896-1899. 



DoOoTS. 
94,964,120 
56,276,470 
41,988,043 
8,322,897 
32,479,627 
25,313,239 
18,314,206 
9,675,081 
9,900,253 
6,590,206 
5,300,664 
4,336,525 
43,064,550 



DoUars. 
84,067,132 
76,562,265 
32,712,624 
27,271,489 
26,579,492 
19,888,994 
17,256,090 
12,088,209 
11,644,373 
6,742,479 
5,136,440 
3,857.132 
43,187,989 



Perct. 
22.90 
20.86 
8.92 
7.43 
7.24 
5.42 
4.70 
3.30 
8.17 
1.84 
1.40 
1.05 
11.77 



356,514,881 366,964.708 100.00 



' CJoffee and tea are stated in the oflScial import returns as single articles, and for 
that reason they are not included in the list of ** Principal groups** given in the tables 
under "Agricultural imports, by countries," pages 34-72. 

Digitized by VjOOQIC 



22 



AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1805-1899. 



Our imports of sugar during 1895-1899 amounted in aveitige annual 
value to $84,037,132. Cuba, Germany, the Hawaiian Islands, and the 
Dutch East Indies were the principal sources of supply. From Cuba 
we received 24 pei- cent of the total imports, from Germany 16 per 
cent, from the Hawaiian Islands 16 per cent, and from the Dutch EoLSt 
Indies 15 per cent. The British West Indies furnished 6 per cent, 
British Guiana 3.8 per cent, Brazil 2.8 per cent, Egypt 2.5 per cent, 
Santo Domingo 2.5 per cent, and Porto Rico 2.1 per cent. From the 
Philippine Islands we impoi*ted 1.4 per cent, from the United King- 
dom 1.1 per cent, from Austria-Hungary 1.1 per cent, from Belgium 
1.1 per cent, and from the Netherlands 1.1 per cent. 

The value of the sugar imported during 1895-1899 from each of the 
various sources of supply will be seen from the following statistics: 

Value of sugar imported iiUo the United Stales from tJie several countries of shipment during 
each fiscal year from 1895 to 1899 ^ inclusive. 



Countries from which 
imported. 



Cuba 

Germany 

Hawaiian Islands 

Dutch East Indies .... 
British West Indies... 

British Guiana 

Brazil 

EgTPt 

Santo Domingo 

Porto Rico 

Philippine Islands 

United Kingdom 

Austria-Hungary 

Bcl^um 

NetTierlands 

Dutch Guiana 

China 

France 

British Africa 

Danish West Indies... 

Argentina 

Peni 

British East Indies... 

Hongkong 

Canada 

Russia, European 

Guatemala 

Mexico 

Dutch West Indies... 

Turkev, Asiatic 

Salvador 

British Possessions, 

n. e.s 

Japan 

Nicaragua 

Ecuador 

French West Indies. . 

British Honduras 

Colombia 

Haiti 

Honduras 

Denmark .. 

Venezuela 

Spain 



ToUl 



Years ended June 80— 



1895. 



1896. 



Dollarg. 

40.100,204 

6,332,916 

7,403,658 

5,759,436 

3,989,614 

2,517,726 

2,701,287 

596,277 

1,188,961 

9»1,064 

1,111,006 

976,266 

178, 4?2 

458,779 

296,761 

195,589 

668,287 

1,412 

49,725 

205,333 



94.957 
236.29;> 
289,060 



6,618 
55,112 



33,762 
2 



6,907 
10,996 



8,347 



24J0-JH«i5 
12,-VJK,755 

H.^i-^^s, i87 

-l,7HS,rt27 
H,41l,:i68 

'J, Vt\\ mi 

1 , 7M7. Mi 

'.^■i7■D.W2 

] . Hr.^ «l&4 

<^->, -102 
1,771.980 
1,182.606 
289,248 
920,301 
859,859 
461,054 
261.728 
159,108 



32,839 
353.610 
92,692 



1887. 



DoUart. 

11.982,478 

29,844,019 

13.165.084 

18,090,323 

5,893,877 

8,657,025 

2,136,989 

2,616,423 

2,059,169 

l,577,9n 

1,199,202 

1,452,004 

1,957,027 

2,311.309 

1,916,933 

380,959 

813,803 

1.421,317 

417,850 

816,781 

917,457 

56,969 

174,531 

87,465 

74, 191 

14,927 



63,572 

48,974 



15,270 



677 



2,464 



19,111 
1,761 



8,576 



708 
' i2 



1896. 



DoUan. 

9,828,607 

8,520,796 

16,660.412 

11.250,181 

4.552.454 

8.045.666 

2,317.990 

1. '230. 071 

2,080,239 

1,913.742 

881.279 

504,714 

67,831 

81.909 

957.908 

585,326 

176.751 

480 

131.469 

812,446 

260.957 

148,599 

134,838 

107.295 

32.589 

5,736 

212,637 

48.682 

4,811 



17 
8,195 



4,483 
2.694 



1,542 
3* 



6,462,836 89,219,773 99,066,181 60.472.749 M. 964, 120 84,087.132 .lOaOO 



DoUan. 

16.412.068 

14,095.417 

17.292.723 

19,817.646 

6.049,479 

3,461,889 

810,276 

3.670,843 

2.659,456 

2.495.849 

909,823 

484.287 

1,485,087 

788 

176,013 

953,047 

296,574 

2.506 

835.950 

556,562 



921.430 

666,297 

141,767 

189,023 

340.815 

118.262 

52.995 

186.898 

85, -226 

63,459 



10 
11.404 
10.184 



969 
136 



27 



Annnal average, 
1885-1899. 



■20,JN^.^1 
l3,:rvt,:ao 
la. 171,736 
IJ.'ir^ 1,-15 

5.o:c.i90 

■:. un, 108 
'1, U7ik. 423 
1.7^7.781 

1,lM^■^2 
■^■^■<. !«8 

914,963 

906,044 

480,833 

475, 148 

457,015 

879,210 

880.570 

267,504 

225,400 

200,692 

185.286 

125.511 

72.296 

67,508 

47,894 

88.488 

17.045 

12.692 

6,752 

4,775 

8,920 

8,418 

2,835 

1.094 

697 

559 

493 

306 

8 

1 



Prrct, 

24.38 

15.78 

15.67 

14.59 

5.99 

3.83 

2.79 

2.51 

2,47 

2.07 

1.41 

1.13 

1.11 

1.09 

1.06 

.57 

.57 

.54 

.45 

.39 

.82 

.27 

.24 

,22 

.15 

.00 

.06 

.06 

.06 

.02 

.01 

.(H 
.01 



.02 



^ ^ 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



23 



The coffee imports for 1895-1899 had an average yearly value of 
$76,562,265. Brazil was the chief contributor to our supply, furnish- 
ing 6i per cent of the total. Venezuela supplied 9.5 per cent, and 
Mexico 5.5 per cent. From Costa Rica we imported 3.5 per cent, 
from Colombia 3.4 per cent, from the Dutch East Indies 2.8 per cent, 
and from Guatemala 2.5 per cent. Salvador was the source of 1.8 per 
cent, Haiti of 1.1 per cent, and Aden of 1 per cent. 

In the following table full statistic^s are given, by countries, regard- 
ing the value pf our coffee imports for 1895-1899: 

Value of coffee imported into the United States from tJie severed countries of shipmenl during 
exich fiscal year from 1896 to 1899, inclusive. 



ConntrleB from 
which imported. 



Years ended June 30— 



1895. 



Bnudl 

Venezuela 

Mexico 

Costa Rica 

Colombia 

Dutch East Indies . . 

Guatemala 

Salvador 

Haiti 

British PoBSCssions, 
n.e.B.: 

Aden 

other 

Netherlands 

United Kingdom ... 
British East Indies.. 

Germany 

British West IndicH . 

Nicaragua 

France 

China 

Ecuador 

Hawaiian Islands. . . 

Porto Rico 

Honduras 

Belgium 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Portugal 

Dutch West Indies.. 

Santo Domingo 

Austria-Hungary ... 

Africa, n. e. s 

Liberia 

Peru 

Italy 

Hongkong 

British Australasia.. 

Canada 

Asia, n.e.s 

British Honduras . . . 

Dutch Ouiana 

Philippine Islands. . 

Cuba 

Tonga, Samoa, etc .. 

Denmark 

British Africa 

French Oceania 

French Africa 

Switzerland 

Japan 

French West Indies. 

^'.::::::::;:::::: 

Sweden and Norway 

Bermuua 

British Guiana 

Danish West Indies . 



Dollars. 
60,316,677 
8,872,179 
5,971,439 
2,876,960 
1,696,250 
1,716,855 
2,492,754 
8,136,647 
1,806,804 



735, 567 

1.136,097 

975, 247 

532.942 

996,624 

974,000 

487,022 

687,354 

126,828 

148,628 

36,168 

11,724 

114,989 

59,718 

4 

10 
74,501 
65,090 
26,092 
2,041 
9,762 
20,165 



126 
7,182 
2,594 
11,850 
2,764 
8,675 



1,087 



1,076 
1,844 



1896. 



Dollars. 
54,019,900 
8,128,2M 
4,040,443 
3,157,026 
3,029,947 
3,045,075 
1,910,528 
1.126,896 



899,226 



660,478 

895,343 

735,260 

378,017 

643,261 

286,749 

146,706 

159,971 

209,671 

25,063 

24,101 

36,637 

99,485 

1,040 

94,571 

743 

40,785 

43,834 



10,977 
9,382 
4,367 
4,724 

13,773 
8,202 



846 

10,011 

1,869 



5,287 

2,785 

1,454 

763 



400 

90 

7 



1897. 



Dollars. 
52,792,987 
8,300,672 
4,591,909 
2,800,652 
2,834,631 
2,075,157 
1,744,411 
1.072,480 
946,700 



607,620 
482,803 
442,713 
716,993 
411,085 
337,918 
70,108 
138,556 
22,265 
68,441 
22,489 
82,874 
45,761 



106,747 
5,258 
7,464 
18,268 



7,023 
2,567 
14,728 
7,844 
1,467 
4,908 
2,925 
4,255 
7 



1,786 
97 



227 



Total 96,130,717 84,798,124 81,544,3^4 65,067,631 65,275,470 76,562,265 



1898. 



Dollars. 

41,119,902 

6,171,043 

3,599,392 

1,958,267 

3,082,202 

2,770,627 

1,493.281 

722,611 

276,684 



890,775 



361,095 

191,222 

836,818 

538,717 

268,008 

196,836 

62, 173 

92,634 

12,716 

110,319 

24,217 

88,248 

62,593 



26,606 
69,071 
6,403 
84,128 



6,670 
6,830 
14,676 
13,841 
3,021 
9,773 
4,317 
4,110 
8,422 



606 
6,486 



12 



636 

"72' 



Dollars. 

36,253,010 

4,770,892 

2,686,248 

2,406,246 

2,430,752 

1,097,388 

1,804,146 

945,672 

268,199 



589,169 



404,961 

494,642 

406,015 

209, o99 

439,309 

183,519 

8,265 

90,661 

9,937 

117,354 

222,442 

29,228 

1,100 

250,842 

16,278 

5 

18,263 

3,883 

95,926 

9,033 

2,406 



727 



3,118 



1,979 

4,090 

217 

965 



725 



60 



15 



Annual average, 
1895-1899. 



Dollars. 
48,700,486 
7,248,608 
4,177,886 
2,689,822 
2,615,156 
2,141,020 
1,889,014 
1,400,841 
886,155 

} 794,866 

614,050 

607,851 

590,547 

567,960 

545,123 

298,409 

194,919 

120,730 

80,623 

71,469 

60,995 

60,395 

63,781 

50,377 

48,621 

27,916 

25,399 

24,241 

19.593 

8,691 

8,268 

6,754 

6,452 

5,089 

4,719 

4,271 

2,622 

2,308 

2,046 

1,131 

1,117 

1,047 

820 

6^4 

151 

146 

107 

81 

41 

27 

12 

6 

3 

1 



Pcrct. 
63.61 
9.47 
5.46 
3.45 
3.42 
2.80 
2.47 
1.83 
1.09 



l.Oi 
.80 



.77 
.74 
.71 
.39 
.25 
.16 
.10 
.09 
.08 
.08 
.07 
.07 
.06 
.04 
.03 
.03 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 



.02 



100.00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



24 



AGBICULTURAL IMPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



HIDES AND SKINS. 



Hides and skins were imported into the United States during 1895- 
1899 to the average annual value of $32,712,624. Our largest purchases 
were made in the United Kingdom and Argentina, the former country 
fumishing 15 per cent of the total imports, and the latter country 13 
per cent. The British East Indies supplied us with 9.3 per cent, 
France with 7.5 per cent, Brazil with 6.9 per cent, Germany with 6.1 
per cent, Mexico with 5.1 per cent, and Un^uay with 4.6 per cent. 
From Canada we received 3.8 per cent, from Venezuela 3.3 per cent, 
from European Russia 2.7 per cent, from China 2.7 per cent, from 
Aden 2.6 per cent, and from Colombia 2 per cent. British Austral- 
asia sent us 1.9 per cent, Belgium 1.2 per cent, and European Turkey 
1.1 per cent. 

Following are detailed statistics as to the value of the hides and 
skins imported from the several ox)untries during 1895-1899: 

Value of hides and skins imported into the Untied States from the several countries of 
shipment during ea4;h fiscal year from 1895 to 1899 ^ inclusive. 



CountricH from which 
imported. 



Years ended June 80— 



United Kingdom 

Argentina 

Bruish Ea' t Indies 

Prance 

Brazil 

Germany 

Mexico 

Uruguay 

Canada 

Venezuela 

Hu»da, European 

China 

British Pomessions, 
n. e. s.: 

Aden 

Malta, Gozo, etc . . . 

other 

Colombia 

British Australasia 

Belgium 

Turkey, European 

Africa, n.e.s 

Netherlands 

Austria-Hungar>' 

French Africa 

Cuba 

Switzerland 

Peru 

British Africa 

Italy 

Spain 

Sweden and Norway. . 

Ecuador 

Hawaiian Islands 

Nicaragua 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Costa Rica 

Denmark 

Santo Domingo 

Haiti 

Dutch East Indies .... 

gR-pt 

Honduras 

Guatemala 

Dutch West Indies 

British West Indies... 

Chile 

Portugal 

Madagascar 

Portuguese Africa .... 



1895. 



Dollars. 

4,035,339 

4,182,(XM 

2,244,703 

1,986,630 

l,617,2a5 

1,467,165 

1,433,945 

1,378,723 

998,369 

864,765 

653,060 

481, 157 



Dollars. 
3,984,272 
5,908,424 
2,536,481 
1,424,666 
2,167,016 
1,216,887 
1,519,301 
2,139.896 
1,185,893 
1,107,411 
717,305 
580,030 



716,384 
6,542 



480,887 


735,165 


268,525 


1,066,603 


678.209 


211,336 


299,554 


284,262 


198,961 


385,831 


137,403 


167.546 


286,153 


426,420 


210,578 


181,969 


77,484 


184.281 


201.918 


180,628 


232,519 


267,355 


63.950 


116,936 


135,572 


136,912 


83,648 


86,777 


64,567 


49,567 


60.709 


108,434 


48.393 


65,104 


48,302 


79,800 


161,516 


74,896 


39,137 


67,640 


72,305 


8.852 


55,475 


69.807 


15,543 


27,741 


6.982 


25,661 


46,912 


54,424 


28.976 


48,149 


31,106 


86,571 


41,834 


35,184 


27,380 


24,539 


15,109 


26,889 


125 


8,970 


49,790 


11,065 


6,101 


15,087 



1897. 


1898. 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 


4,598,932 


6,054,252 


4,277,447 


3,750,364 


1,725,084 


3,798,864 


1,742,830 


3.871,444 


1,744,340 


2,458,415 


1,279,417 


2,475,332 


1,778,225 


1,739,289 


1,659,964 


1.330,730 


1,595,346 


1.170.899 


808,609 


1,194,435 


616,012 


1,261,306 


824,409 


1,210,788 


637,532 


1,021,986 


6,479 


11,669 


595,038 


649,496 


397,542 


607,989 


148, 145 


390,084 


342,465 


489.274 


233,085 


475,781 


166,615 


322,556 


184,934 


857,159 


124,426 


427,636 


692,122 


252,443 


229,196 


360,776 


202,283 


165,649 


190.165 


319,200 


88,674 


•186,084 


74,025 


196,168 


108,826 


183,011 


72,846 


95,433 


71,760 


106.360 


101,835 


C2,883 


43,504 


46,597 


59,923 


58,818 


100,252 


41,966 


46,484 


46,127 


83,062 


49,665 


21,728 


53,393 


18,602 


26,279 


38,452 


17,604 


24,789 


36,846 


24,889 


35.655 


18.428 


23,696 


18, 131 


17,861 


4,724 


30,949 


15,663 


13,449 


22,784 


14,996 



Dollars. 

6,283,764 

3,612,766 

4,928,531 

3.826,609 

3,360,863 

8,461,831 

1,881,811 

1,048,621 

1,286,022 

1,357,729 

1,210,012 

1,888,800 



1,271,588 
8,028 



791,251 

832,068 

532,303 

425,067 

481,422 

759,383 

288.904 

535,223 

157, 140 

859,152 

234,261 

149,660 

225,898 

189,912 

207,580 

114,487 

117,868 

90,890 

54,926 

78,700 

74, 178 

64,030 

93,598 

98,171 

50,934 

49,963 

48,666 

88,800 

24,197 

22,290 

57,569 

1,475 

11,017 



Annual average, 
1895-1899. 



IhiUnn. 

•i.yBi.aw 
4, :i'^.=-/joi 

H.Ik to. 788 

'z. \m, tie 
i.ysojn 

l,G70.r.l4 

i>n,^«5 

1,'^tfi. J06 

l,Miiti.S70 

Kn, '-87 



I 



868,916 

650,868 

682,645 

882,015 

868,122 

856,016 

810,701 

807,714 

296,946 

272,694 

266.334 

220,413 

167,762 

154,618 

126, 106 

122,710 

89,872 

81,796 

76,732 

76,288 

60,744 

69,515 

66,885 

48,925 

89,966 

89,490 

86,627 

85,508 

85,272 



20,066 
19,467 
18,268 
14,107 



PerCL 
15.23 
13.22 
9.31 
7.6S 
6.94 
6.06 
5.11 
4. 62 
8.78 
8.26 
2.78 
2.71 



2.61 

1.99 
1.98 
1.2D 
1.18 
1.09 
.95 
.94 
.91 
.83 
.81 
.67 
.51 
.47 
.89 
.38 
.27 
.25 
.23 
.23 
.19 
.18 
.17 
.13 
.12 
.12 
.11 
.11 
.11 
.07 
.06 
.06 
.06 
.04 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AQMCULTUBaL IWtPO&TS, BY COUNTBIES, 1895-1899. 



25 



Value of hides and skins imjxrrted into the Ikiiled States^ eir. — Continued. 



CoanlrfeA from which 




Years ended June 30— 




Annual average, 


imported. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1895-1899. 


SalTadoT 

Servia 


Dollars. 
9,686 
10.558 
23.840 
4,635 
7,208 
1,426 


Dollars. 
6,:te7 
17,314 
7,244 
4,624 
7,045 
8,557 


DfMars. 
13,430 
12,646 


Dollars. 
18,364 
12,095 


Dollars. 
19,358 


JMlars. 
13,439 
10,5'23 
8,506 
6,065 
3,875 
3,575 
2,752 

2.365 
2,075 
1,407 
1,326 
1.303 
1.098 
1^004 

898 

872 

617 

408 

263 

209 

98 

68 

2 


PrrH. 

0.04 

.03 


Asia,n.e.8 


11,446 


.03 


Tripoli 

Bermuda 


16,066 
2.774 
6,159 




02 


2,347 
4,218 
11,821 




.01 


British Honduras 

French West Indies. . . 


2,5i3 
1,939 

7,546 


.01 
.01 


Newfoundland and 
Labrador 


3,635 
1,148 
1.046 
6,680 


192 
9,226 
1,514 


454 


.01 


Philippine Islands.... 
Danish West Indies... 
Paraguay 




.01 


1,140 


1,581 


1,765 




Porto Rico 






6,616 
1,532 
2,666 




Gibraltar 


862 


3,098 


1 




Russia. Asiatic 




2,356 
4.490 




Azores, and Madeira 
Islands 










8pani.sh Africa 




4.360 






[ .03 


French Guiana ' 






8,084 
1,626 
909 
643 
350 
142 




Dutch Guiana i 


64 
80 
84 


449 






Japan 1 


828 
866 




French Oceania 1 






British Guiana . ' 


140 




Miquelon.Langley.etc 
Liberia 


200 








10 










1 






Total 


26.122,942 


30,520,177 


27,863,026 


37,068,932 


41.988,W3 


32,712,624 


100.00 







WOOLS. 

Of wools there were average yearly imports during 1895-1899 
amounting in value to $27,271,489. Nearly one-half of the imports 
was purchased in the United Kingdom, that country supplying 48 per 
cent of the total. Argentina furnished 9. 1 per cent, British Australasia 
8.6 per cent, and France 7.5 per cent. From China we received 5.6 
per cent, from European Russia 5 per cent, from Belgium 3.4 per 
cent, and from Canada 3 per cent. Uruguay was the source of 2.8 
per cent, Asiatic Turkey of 2.1 per cent, British Africa of 1.7 per 
cent, and European Turkey of 1.2 per cent. 

The following table shows the value of the wool imports, by coun- 
tries, for 1895-1899: 

Value of wools imported into the United States from the several countries of shipment during 
each fiscal year from 1895 to 1899 , inclusive. 



Countries from which 
imported. 



United Kingdom 

Anentina 

British Australasia . . . 

France 

China 

Russia, European 

Belgium 

Canada 

Uruguay 

Turkey, Asiatic 

British Africa 

Turkey, European 

Chile 

Germany 

Austria-Hungary 

British East Indies. . . . 
Bnudl 



Years ended June 30— 



1895. 



Dollars. 
11,7W,289 
2,11.^.S89 
1,H4'^'«4 

l,52iK,f05 
1,G^.K 114 

i,a5J,iao 

1,2Hh :«3 
l,0SKt.S96 

G4«;. :«1 
'l:^ 'i96 
-11 03 
IT 44 
\\l'.. T63 
5.\!»18 



Dollars. 
I4.r-T^ 257 

2,^i].-.-i67 
:v---,740 

-. li.'-..»6 
l.i^^.wi. 'J42 
],l:^"i. ^69 
1 , ■•^.K*. 780 
l.MKj, ^45 



^:^i89 

180 

.u»,J71 

260,385 

234,559 

30.299 

9,367 

16,882 



1897. 



1898. 



1899. 



Annual average, 



Dollars. 

28,192,431 

5,291,828 

3,163,249 

5.438,136 

1,621,059 

1,297,639 

2,472,022 

1,573,385 

1,583,738 

636,744 

687,287 

219,921 

334,406 

408.970 

128,318 

2,659 

87,197 



Dollars. 

7,008,951 

1,373,835 

2,571,840 

634,916 

1,564,803 

1,686,313 

259,562 

253,484 

182,691 

513,651 

164,635 

68,543 

171,035 

126,129 

70,607 

33,072 

31,419 



Dollars. 

3,215,761 

735,776 

619, 177 

168,817 

1,084,642 

1,346,258 

86,788 

22,137 

1,490 

405,286 

49,971 

186,072 

185,238 

94,534 

97,229 

87,531 

12,560 

Digitized 



iow>-ioa 


V. 


Dollars. 


Per a. 


12,975,338 


47.58 


2,486,516 


9.12 


2,337,588 


8.57 


2,015,756 


7.50 


1.514,182 


6.65 


1,363.680 


5.00 


934,841 


3.48 


829,449 


3.04 


761,080 


2.79 


676,044 


2.11 


450.014 


1.66 


828.782 


1.21 


225,881 


.83 


199,691 


.78 


76,474 


.28 


61,059 


.19 


25,264 


.09 



by Google 



2A 



AaRICULTURAI. 1MP0BT9, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



VcUue of wools imported into the Untied StcUeSj etc. — Continue<l. 




Countricfl from which 




Year 


H ended Jun 
1897. 


e30— 
1896. 


1899. 


Annual average, 


imported. 


1895. 


1896. 

Dollar*. 
13,589 


1895-1899. 


Denmark 


DoUavB. 
11,178 
145 
18,560 
2.234 
8,160 
10,426 


Dottarg. 
70,432 
24,507 
17,366 
11,326 
8,029 


DoUan. 

8,872 

42,897 

896 

207 

4,545 

331 

4,064 

1,877 

1,090 

40 


DoOarti. \ 
11,356 


Dottars. Perd. 
23.085 , 0.0 


Aflia,n.e.8 


18,510 ' .» 


Hawaiian Islands 

Peru 


16,238 
26,827 
10,328 
14,168 
18,674 
18,179 
6,685 
8,964 


810 

4.888 

437 


10,774 1 .W 
8.996 .03 


Italy 


5,299 .02 


Spain 


4,985 .02 
4,772 .ffi 


Switzerland 


8,769 
1,808 


2,855 
128 


Africa, n.e. 8 

Eirypt 


5,371 
11,753 
6,656 
9,244 
632 


4,373 
8,874 
8,657 
1,849 
1,492 |1 
1,282* 
8991 

esi 

6881 
607 

22S j 

> : 

60 1 
28, 
18 
6 
5 
3 
1 


.02 

01 


w>xico::::::::::::::: 


7,608 


16 


01 


Greenland, Iceland, etc 


,01 


VencBuela 


104 


1,167 
6,175 
1,354 


2,500 


3,055 
234 
467 




Japan 




Dutch West Indies.... 
French ATrica 


1,060 

637 

2,359 

1,899 


1,095 
2,507 


519 




Netherlands 




382 
54 






British West Indies... 
Ecuador 


408 
1,128 


171 


8 




British Possessions, 
n.e.s.: 
Malta, Gozo, etc 








411 




Aden 






288 




.02 


Danish West Indies 




39 

18 


385 


45 
2 




French Oceania 





280 




Tripoli . . 




140 
90 




Colombia 












Pnrtugii<«« A (t^oa , 1 - 




82 






BritisH Honduras 






25 






Dutch Eaflt Indies 








14 

4 




Portura.1 












Santo Dominsro . 








2 


















Total 


25,556,421 


32,451,242 


58,243,191 


16,788,692 


8,322,897 . 


27,271,4119 100.00 









SILK. 

The imports of silk during 1895-1899 had an average annual value 
of $26,579,492. They came chiefly from four countries— Japan, China, 
Italy, and France. Japan furnished nearly one-half of the supply, 
our imports from that country forming 49 per cent of the total. From 
China we received 24 per cent, from Italy 21 per cent, and from 
France 5.6 per cent. 

Our imports of silk from the countries mentioned and from other 
sources of supply during 1895-1899 are shown in detail by the fol- 
lowing statistics: 

V(due of silk imported into the United States from the several countries of shipment during 
each fiscal year from 18B^o 1899y inclusive. 



Countries from which 
imported. 



Japan 

China 

Italy 

France 

Hongkong 

United Kingdom 

Canada 

Germany 

Switzerland 

British East Indies.... 

Turkey, European 

Belgium 



Total. 



1895. 



DoUars. 

10,393,780 

6,661,601 

4,903,277 

1,448,249 

61,605 

147,593 

193 

2,223 

1,859 

2,993 

2,683 



22,626,066 



Years ended June 80— 
1897. 



Dollars. 

12,987,796 

6,?2:?,484 

4.606,496 

1,7W,745 

540,988 

147,388 

43,141 

4,928 

68 

8,734 



26,768,428 



Dollars. 

10,035.402 

4,711,457 

3,083,572 

938,689 

56,567 

126,874 

1,056 

15,282 



16 



18,918,283 



1898. 



Dollars. 

16,611,670 

7,612,553 

6,228,077 

1,680,423 

120 

59,081 

58,498 



0,194 



66 



1899. 



Dollars. 

14,947,860 

6,689,585 

8,936,506 

1,663,325 

227,844 

87,994 

19,619 



4,183 
476 



32,110,066 32,479,627 

Digitized by Vj 



Annual aTcnge, 
1895-1899. 



DoUars. 

12,975.302 

6,269,796 

5,541,586 

1,477,086 

177.425 

108:686 

24,601 

4,943 

8,124 

1.518 

672 

IS 



26,579,492 



Pntt 
4.H.M 
23..'« 
20.65 

.67 
.39 
.09 
.02 
.01 



loaoo 



o 



AGSICULTUBAL OfPOltTS, ST OOtJin&UCS, ia(t6-I899. 



27 



VEGETABLE FIBEBS. 

Of vegetable fibers there were imports during 1895-1899 to the 
average yearly value of $19,888,994. Mexico was a leading source 
of supply, furnishing 27 per cent of the total. From Egypt we pur- 
chased 20 per cent, from the United Kingdom 17 per cent, from the 
Philippine Islands 16 per cent, and from the British East Indies 10 
per cent. Italy supplied 2.4 per cent, European Russia 1.5 per cent, 
and Canada 1.2 per cent. 

Following are detailed statistics as to the value of the vegetable 
fibers imported from the several countries of supply during 1895-1899: 

Value of vegeiaide fibers imported into tJie United States from the several countries of shipment 
during each fiscal year from 1895 to 1899 ^ inclusive. 



Countrief; from which 
Imported. 



Mexico 

United Kingdom '.'.'... 

Philippine Islands 

British East Indies.... 

Italy 

Russia, European 

Canada 

Netherlands 

Honffkong 

Belgium 

Peru 

France 

Germany 

British Australasia 

British West Indies... 

French Africa 

French East Indies . . . 

French Oceania 

Cuba 

Austria-Hungary 

China 

Dutch East Indies . .' . . 

Spanish Africa 

British Possessions, 
n. e. 8. : 

Auckland,FiJi,etc. 

Aden 

Other 

British Africa 

Colombia 

Brazil 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Ecuador 

Madagascar 

Sweden and Norway. . 

Santo Domingo 

Chile 

Haiti 

Japan 

Liberia 

Turkey, European 

Porto Rico 

British Honduras 

Spain 

Dutch West Indies.... 



Total. 



Years ended June 80— 



1895. 



.;;,'ji.h/.j68 
H.:^i.ie7 
■1. :^si . 715 

:>:jj, 070 
211,921 



166,009 
128,959 
156,766 
78,518 
52,648 
8,186 
49,047 



21,615 
12.269 
2,840 
8,044 
90 



6 
"i,"484" 



195 

""s 



70 



17,996,456 



1896. 



\,S1' 



1.2Mi>,7e2 

::, ."<r:>., :S2 

!v, 108 

:.:;<;. 197 

v:ri, .J74 

224, b95 

251,091 

7 

166,423 

209,819 

96,878 

86,130 

27,580 

28,206 

61,610 

78,158 

31,402 

11,367 

625 

4,850 

"i2,'6i2' 



219 



676 
4,201 
1,695 
2,240 



2,1M 
425 



108 

iss 

"85" 



19,448,906 



1897. 



DoUart. 

4,235,830 

4,277,618 

8,109,605 

3,085,806 

1,529,040 

408,861 

257,699 

414,909 

263,097 

22,606 

184,628 

96,582 

111,688 

68,121 

49,088 

29,066 

21,865 



17,350 
1,754 
2,670 
7,401 

16,824 



4^5 
683 

3,136 
927 

1,762 
904 
324 



18,220,680 



1898. 



Dollars, 

5,400,799 

8.666,708 

2,289,876 

3,878,938 

2,437,191 

470,048 

264,606 

108,324 

94,tll 

86,600 

101, 106 

128,625 

37,786 

42,869 

32,750 

44,321 

30,816 



3,640 

738 

26,670 

5,689 

2,926 



6,083 



198 



276 
'460 



87 



18,465.689 



1899. 



Dollars. 

9,264,100 

8,712,224 

4,288,066 

3,394,338 

2,182,825 

442,184 

265,163 

122,479 

168,273 

762,570 

192,326 

131,859 

107,261 

84,404 

136,838 

124,770 

24,781 



781 
11,979 
112 
416 
428 



8,818 
141 



8,678 

'i'iis 



70 



198 

'ioi 



Annual average, 
1896-1899. 



Doftnri, 

:t,^iMja6 

U.^^:r^..^hl8 



2trJ, m 

m . m76 

■li><. ><38 

■^XK 726 

'2:'>s-. t95 

llK>,d59 

165,924 

162,098 

188,049 

101,966 

72,007 

69,770 

46,896 

86,624 

15.632 

14,928 

7,619 

6,463 

6,280 

4,053 

2,522 



1,837 

1,217 

1,12-1 

913 

8M 

850 

762 

627 

616 

646 

181 

180 

40 

81 

20 

17 

14 

7 



Pcret. 
26.65 
19.68 
16.96 
16.10 
10.37 
2.36 
1.61 
1.20 



.81 
.69 
.51 
.86 
.80 
.24 
.18 
.08 
.07 
.04 



.02 
.01 



.01 



.01 
.01 



.08 



26,318,289 19,888,994 ilOO.OO 



FRUITS AND NUTB. 



Fruiti and nuts amounting in average annual value to $17,256,090 
were imported during 1895-1899. The principal importations came 
from Italy, that country supplying 31 per cent of the total. Next to 

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28 



AGBICULTUEAL QCPORTS, Bt 00UNTBIE8, 1895-1899. 



Italy, the British West Indies were the most important source of sup- 
ply, furnishing 16 per cent. From Spain we received 8.2 per cent, 
from France 6.3 per cent, from the United Kingdom 5.5 per cent, 
from Colombia 4.7 per cent, and from Asiatic Turkey 4.1 per cent 
Costa Rica sent us 3.6 per cent, Greece 3.6 per cent, Honduras 3.4 per 
cent, and Cuba 3.3 per cent. Nicaragua was the source of 2.4 per 
cent, Canada of 2.4 per cent, Brazil of 1.2 per cent, and Mexico of 1.1 
per cent. 

The following statement shows in detail the imports of fruits and 
nuts from the various sources of supply during 1895-1899: 

Value of fruits and nuts imported into the United States from the several countries of «Wp- 
ment during each fiscal year from 1896 to 1899, inclusive. 



Countries from which 
Imported. 



Italy 

British West Indies . . . 

Spain 

France 

United Kingrdom 

Colombia 

Turkey, Asiatic 

CofltaRica 

Greece 

Honduras 

Cuba 

Nicaragua 

Canada 

Bnizil 

Mexico 

British Honduras 

British East Indies. . . . 

Guatemala 

Hawaiian Islands 

Santo Domingo 

Germany 

Austria- Hungary 

China 

AHia,n.e.8 

Porto Rico 

Canary Islands 

French Oceania 

Chile 

Japan 

Hongkong 

Belgium , 

Tonga, Samoa, etc . . . . 

Portugal 

Tu rkey , European . . . . . 
Danish West Indies . . . 
British Australasia. . . . 
Sweden and Norway.. 

Venezuela 

Switzerland 

Newfoundland and 

Labrador 

Egypt 

Dutch West Indies.... 

Netherlands 

Denmark 

Africa, n.e.8 

British Possessions, 

n.e.8.: 

Aden 

Malta, Gozo, etc... 

Philippine Islands 

French West Indies . . . 

Dutch Guiana 

Haiti 

Dutch East Indies . . . . 



Years ended June 80— 



1895. 



Dollars. 

6,863,206 

1,816,761 

1,326,896 

1,330,962 

915,963 

769,078 

698,534 

862,945 

265,855 

647,045 

1,107,823 

649,508 

487,277 

181,920 

116,928 

127,923 

49,725 

125, 117 

99.955 

16,684 

87,572 

87,744 

24,059 

42,110 

15,910 

21,140 

22.534 

27,611 

8,574 

6,428 

1,930 

8,101 

6,216 
20 
1,170 
1,207 
1,?24 
506 

9 

344 

132 

816 

1,587 

1,519 



22 

15 

49 

504 



1896. 



DoUars. 

6,560.345 

2,282,614 

1,458,562 

1,113.722 

1,163,007 

724,030 

947,873 

674,782 

670,716 

564,111 

1,178,994 

404,813 

451,805 

174,048 

224,853 

113,575 

73,690 

88,318 

84,900 

83,905 

44,879 

66,676 

81,247 

28,345 

10,462 

8,663 

7,555 

12,051 

4,295 

7,961 

1,866 

64 

1,952 

3,995 

10,603 

380 

2,882 

5 

1,915 



1,425 
157 
238 



28 



1897. 



Dollars. 

5,197,922 

2,742,764 

1,441,251 

1,006,881 

1,119,971 

835.813 

832,002 

637,845 

601,506 

596.522 

825,868 

861,428 

459,591 

197,386 

291,387 

118,847 

69,041 

75,338 

78,997 

29.125 

45,825 

21,459 

21,842 

23,974 

20,7% 

19,606 

6,875 

71 

12,249 

8,086 

6,621 

47 

9,344 

1,193 

192 

608 

3,598 

166 

87 

1,520 
88 
793 

1,047 
303 
100 



11 
984 
278 



1898. 



Dollars. 

3, 596, 868 

2,848,203 

1,801,813 

981.613 

689,282 

775,648 

636,827 

671,718 

819,965 

62^,447 

45,826 

852,454 

257,676 

177,031 

168,297 

105,873 

119,629 

56,669 

63,486 

101,872 

83,198 

25,465 

29,537 

23,259 

12,831 



12,696 

20 

9,882 

5,352 

8,664 

8,897 

800 

196 

127 

6,463 

1,643 

2,887 

58 

1,180 
27 
855 
970 
27 
214 



1,103 



20 

16 

161 

247 



1899. 



Dollars. 

6,214,672 

8,783,488 

1,683,530 

1,019,460 

853,811 

963,074 t 

889,496 

972,096 

800,768 

689,285 

195,789 

802,445 

899,487 

881,787 

171,288 

106,628 

107,825 

52,981 

63,254 

152,586 

44,968 

43,539 

36,739 ' 

24,066 

12,267 

16,0]S 

4,972 

6,844 

12,777 

13,498 

20,867 

659 

6,615 

2,484 

316 

8,371 

1.203 

2,046 

8,661 

1,477 
8,243 



172 



1,248 
3 



284 



Annual ayerase, 
1895-1899. 



DoUars. 

6.286.599 

2,694,764 

1,412,411 

1,090,608 

948,397 

618,509 

700,947 

623,777 

6U,762 



670,756 
414,130 
411,157 
212,424 
194,661 
114,868 



79,675 

78,118 

66,724 

fa,284 

48,975 

28,685 

28,351 

14,451 

11.884 

10,926 

9,119 

6,556 

6,264 

6,968 

5.454 

8,623 

2,817 



2,177 
2,107 
1,266 
1,245 



896 
693 
611 
465 
867 



256 
205 
187 
187 
101 



Pntt 

30.» 

15.62 

8.19 

6.£ 

5.50 

4.71 

4.06 

3.61 

3.55 

3.44 

3.31 

2.40 

2.88 

1.23 

1.13 

.68 

.49 

.46 

.45 

.39 

.90 

.28 

.17 

.16 

.OS 

.07 

.06 

.06 

.06 

.05 

.04 

.(& 

.02 

.02 



.01 
.01 
.01 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 29 

Valtie of friiiis and imls imported into the United Stales, etc. — Continual. 



CouutrleB from which 
imported. 


1895. 

Dollars. 

35 

4 

140 

87 


Yeaw 
1896. 


ended June 
1897. 


5 80- 
1898. 


1899. 

1 


Annual average, 
1895-1899. 


Rusria, Emopean 

British Guiana 

French Africa 


Dollars. 


Dollars. 
66 
17 
18 
48 
2 


Dollars. 
274 

14 
174 

29 
103 
138 


Dollars. 
78 
317 


Dollars. J 
91 i 

71 ! 

66 : 

69 

Si 

10 

5 1 

3 ' 

2 / 


^rcl. 


" 




Bermuda 


26 
117 
24 


157 
18 




Peru 




Gibraltar 






Ecuador 




i44 

8 






British Africa 


84 


40 


17 






Spanish Oceania 


48 
10 




Argentina 




16 








Azores and Madeira 
Manda 


15 








Miquelon , Langley ,etc. 




10 


5 
2 






Ru«ia, AjiiaUc 


2 


5 












Total 


17,239.923 


19,082,439 


17.126,932 


14,666,950 


18,814,206 


17,256,090 ,100.00 




1 





TEA. 

The value of our tea imports for 1895-1899 averaged $12,088,209 a 
year. The direct importations from China formed 54 per cent of the 
total, and those from Japan 37 per cent. In the United Kingdom we 
purchased 5.8 per cent. The British East Indies supplied 1.8 per 
cent, and through Canada we imported 1.7 per cent. 

In the following table detailed statistics are given as to the value of 
the tea imported from the various countries during 1895-1899: 

Value of tea imported into the United States from the several countries of shipment during 
each fiscal year from 1895 to 1899, inclusive. 



Countries from 


1896. 


Years 
1S96. 


ended June 30— 




Annual av 
1896-1» 


erage, 


which imported. 


1897. 

Dollars. 

7,288,573 

5,651,279 

1,166,265 

272,374 

896,689 

49,871 

3,223 

6,499 

272 

619 
96 

113 
12 


1898. 


1899. 


99. 


China 

Japan 


Dollars. 

7,634,854 

4,601,041 

743,980 

88,105 

168, &53 

40,157 

4,583 

464 

262 


Dollars. 

6.966,766 

4,911,448 

661,488 

166,341 

63,725 

42,168 

866 

869 

216 

603 
20 
27 
135 
172 
6 
71 
8 
36 


Dollars. 

5,827,177 

3,045,079 

629,032 

284,469 

243, 178 

24,580 

36 

240 

117 


Dollars. 

4,797,173 

4,014,180 

379, 161 

260,516 

189,287 

31,856 

40 

231 

2,633 

9 


Dollars. 

6,482,809 

4,444,606 

695,983 

213, 361 

209,246 

37,724 

1,750 

1,559 

680 

226 
60 
60 

48 

22 
16 
12 

7 

4 
3 
3 
2 

' 1 

1 \ 


Per at. 
53.63 
36.77 


United Kingdom.... 
BrltiHhEaat Indies.. 
Canada 


6.76 
1.77 
1.73 


Hong konar 


.31 


Netherlands 

(Termany. 


.01 
.01 


Russia, European... 

Portuguese East 

Indies 




Italy 




isi 

75 

88 




France 


17 


18 
6 




Mexico 




Philippine Islands.. 






Bermuda 


87 


41 
2 
5 


26 






Dutch East Indies .. 


2 
52 




British West Indies. 








Belgium 






.01 


Newfoundland and 
lAbrador ......... 


11 
16 


8 








AustriarHungary . . . 
British Africa 












15 








Turlcev. European .. 






5 


7 
10 

7 

4 




('uba!:...?r:.vr.... 










Denmark 












( v>lombia 












I'ortuguese Africa. . . 






3 
1 






Turkev Asiatic 



























T<rta1 r. 


18,171,379 


12,704,440 


14,835,862 


10,064,283 


9,675,081 


, 12,088,209 


100.00 







Digitized by VjOOQIC 



30 



AORICULTUBAL IMPORTS, BY COUNTJUES, 1895-1899. 



Our imports of tobacco during 1895-1899 had an average yearly 
value of $11,6^,373. Cuba was the leading source of supply, fur- 
nishing 48 per cent of the total imports. From the Netherlands wo 
received 41 per cent, consisting largely of Sumatra tobacco. Canada 
supplied 4.3 per cent, Germany 3.4 per cent, and Mexico 1.3 per cent. 

Following is a table showing our tobacco imports, by countries, for 
1895-1899: 

Value of tobacco imported into tfie United States from the several countries of shipment during 
each fiscal year from 1895 to 1899, inclusive. 



CiHiiitricH from which 




Years ended June 30— ' 


Annual avenge, 


imported. 


1895. 


1896. 

DoUcars. 

10,618,468 

4,710,024 

887,226 

137,426 

28,043 

11,726 

51,796 

26,684 


1897. 

DoUarB. 

2,306,067 

5,085,033 

558,286 

1,141,568 

297,252 

80,901 

67,946 

18,022 

450 

6,585 

7,242 


1898. 1 1899. 


1896-1899. 


Cuba 


DoOart. 

7,271,794 

6,687,556 

273,991 

S25,596 

13,514 

14,731 

47,624 

81,806 


Dollars. 

2,883,260 

8,635,174 

263,235 

204,128 

204,069 

113.078 

41.621 

16,291 

76,140 

21,296 

12,578 

4,720 

80 

1,787 


DoUara, 

4.964,719 

3,791,876 

491,250 

153.850 

229,554 

128,864 

42,208 

81,880 

18,522 

8,410 

3,999 

991 
6,451 . 
2,712 1 
19,746 
4.624 
4,268 


Dollars. Prrrt. 
5,607,861 48. ir. 


Netherlands 


4,781.832 , 41.07 
494,797 1 4.-r^ 


Canada 


Qcnnany 


892.414 8.37 


Mexico 


154,486 l.SS 

69,760 1 .60 

50,239 1 .43 

84,937 .30 

19,022 1 .16 

6,254 .05 

6.847 .06 

6,024 , .04 

4.896 .01 

4,293 1 .04 

8,967 .08 

1,816 1 .01 

1.746 .01 


Turkey, European — 

United Kingdom 

Turkey, Afdatic 

Porto Rico 


Santo Domingo 




82 

869 

20,299 

5,874 

7,762 

40 

956 


BritluhWestlndies... 
Dutch East Indies .... 


2,549 


Belgium 


11,693 
6,498 


883 
2,712 


Egypt 


Danhdi West Indies... 


Austria-Hungary 

Philippine Islands.... 
Brlti& East Indies. . . . 


20 

1,068 

704 


8,175 
1,724 


306 
1.674 
4,720 
1,333 




1,085 .01 


Spain 




2,760 




819 
752 

eao 

513 
471 

276 

214 ' 
178 
137 
108 

96 

91 

88 

79 

48 

48 
27 
17 
11 


.(n 


Argentina 


3,758 
424 




4 

199 

72 

2.865 


fll 


Honff konflf 


881 1 1,287 


859 
2,492 




Venezuela 




Honduras 




1 




British Possessions, 
n.e.s.: 
Malta, Go«), etc... 
Aden 


375 

1,071 
414 
86 


J 185 


860 
8 






".:'.::::*.': ::.':::i 




other 




::::::::::::::::: :::::j 




Russia, European 










Japan '. T 


28 


444 1 S 


* 




Colombia 


650 








France 


296 


140 


103 
20 






Italy 


144 


«»■ 




Bermuda 




215 
438 


57 ] 183 1 


.06 


Gibraltar 








Greece 


172 
80 






222 
90 

240 




China 


21 




50 




Newfoundland and 
Labrador 






Uruiniay 


69 
14 
10 




66 

32 

9 






Denmark 


40 








WrftSf^l 


85 






Haiti 




48 




Spanish Possessions, 
n.e.s 


20 


1 






Sweden and Norway.. 


4 




' 












\ 


Total 


14,745,720 


16,503,130 


9,584,155 


7,488,608 9.900.26» 


11,644,373 100.00 






' ' 1 







The value of tlio wines imported into the United States during 1895- 
1899 averaged $6,742,479 a year. France was the principal source of 
supply, furnishing 62 per cent of the total imports. The importe 
from Germany, which ranked next to those from France in impor- 

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tance, amounted to 18 per cent. Spain supplied 7.6 per cent, and Italy 
4.1 per cent. From the United Kingdom we received 2.9 per cent, 
from Belgium 1.9 per cent, and from Portugal 1.6 per cent. 

Statistics as to the value of the wines imported from the several 
countries during 1895-1899 are given in the following table; 

Value of wines imported into the United Slates from the several countries of shijjment during 
each fiscal year from 1896 to 1899 y inclusive. 



Coontries from which 
imported. 



Trance... ..••• 

Germany 

Spain 

Italy 

Dnited Kingdom 

Belgium 

Portugal 

Austria-Hungary 

Netherlanda 

Canada 

Azores, and Madeira 

Islands 

Cuba 

Switzerland 

Japan 

BiitiBh West Indies... 

Mexico 

Greece 

Canary Islands 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Newfoundland and 

Labrador 

Sweden and Norway.. 

Bermuda 

Gibraltar 

Chile 

British Australasia. . . . 

French Africa 

Hongkong 

Brituh Guiana. 



Years ended June 30- 



1896. 



DoUars. 

4,589,714 

1,266,997 

548,863 

268,132 

161,788 

185,928 

105,290 

49,237 

16,106 

11,179 

8,978 

8,876 

3.361 

382 

170 

1,574 

2,450 

1,140 

908 

320 



British Honduras 

Danish West Indies. . . 

Denmark 

Braril 

Porto Rico ! 

British Africa '-i 

China 

Turkey, European 

Malta, Gozo, etc 

Miquelon, Langley, etc 
Dutch West Indies.... 

ESTPt.. 

Costa Rica 

Hawaiian Islands 

Colombia i 

Nicaragua 

Peru 

Russia, European .. 

Argentina 

French West Indies. 

Haiti , 

French Quiana 

Africa, n.e.8 



Total 



820 
501 
56 
96 
483 
90 



55 



14 



1896. 



Dollars. 

4,286,768 

1,854,185 

542,841 

283,920 

226,395 

178,437 

115,017 

45,068 

18,642 

18,067 

19,509 

6,972 

8,906 

1,264 

46 

1,728 

688 

502 

514 

334 
584 
316 
291 
61 
88 
187 



28 



197 



20 



7,183,587 7,107,005 



1897. 



DoUan. 

4,109,754 

1,360,519 

528,416 

820,217 

201, 116 

104,727 

116,507 

42,958 

25,929 

25,719 

9,793 
7,952 
4,811 
2,043 

149 
1,275 
1,618 
1,043 

285 

430 
927 
152 
178 
212 



5 

134 

5 



51 
19 

178 
86 



Dollars. 

3,813,489 

913,972 

474,308 

280,014 

190,039 

W,076 

101,402 

81,873 

27,004 

8,644 

15,839 

2,806 

3,352 

3,167 

10,824 

1,620 

99 

386 

547 



922 
234 
305 
62 
516 



27 



19 

128 

3 

12 

1 



45 



10 



15 ■ 
17 I 

8 I 



6,862,465 . 5,969,180 



Dollars. 

4,2*47,136 

1,063,801 

473.060 

228,991 

201,500 

144,432 

104,647 

37.474 

28,853 

10,953 

8,482 
5,457 
4,219 
5,611 ' 
231 , 
1,612 
82 , 
411 ' 
756 

1,098 I 
112 1 



123 
323 



81 
275 



149 



6.590,206 



Annual average, 
1895-1899. 



Dollars. 

4,209,372 

1,195,895 

612,497 

276,255 

196, 167 

129,620 

109, ITS 

41,322 

23,307 

14,916 

12,519 

6,413 

3,930 

2,493 

2,284 

1,562 

987 

696 

601 

516 

509 

304 

280 

143 

140 

la") 

73 

56 

47 

47 

45 

44 

3S 

30 

3U 

29 

18 

15 

9 

8 

7 

7 

7 

6 

5 

5 

4 

4 

4 

3 



I^errt. 
62.43 
17.74 
7.60 
4.10 
2.91 
1.92 
1.62 
.61 

.22 

.19 
.09 
.06 
.04 
.03 
.02 
.01 
.01 
.01 

.01 
.01 



6,742,179 100.00 

I 



VEGETABLE OILS. 



Of vegetable oils there were imports during 1895-1899 to the aver- 
age annual value of 156,136,440. From the United Kingdom we 
imported 19 per cent of the total, from the British East Indies 19 per 
cent, from Italy 18 per cent, and from France 18 per cent. Germany 

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furnished 6.5 per cent, and the Netherlands 6 per c'ent. From 
European Turkey we received 3.1 percent, from Hongkong 2 per 
cent, from China 2 per cent, from British Africa 1.6 per cent, and 
from Spain 1 per cent. 

The following table gives full statistics, by countries, as to the value 
of our imports of vegetable oils during 1896-1899: 

ValiLe of vegetable oils imparled into the Ihited States from the nei^eral countries of shipment 
during each fiscal year from 1895 to 1899, indusive. 



Countries from which 
imported. 



United Kingdom 

British East Indies. . . . 

Italy , 

France 

Germany 

Netherlands 

Turkey, European . . . . 

Hongkong 

China 

British Africa 

Spain 

Belgium 

Turkey, Asiatic 

Japan 

Cuba 

Austria-Hungary 

Denmark' 

French Africa , 

Africa, n. e.s 

British West Indies... 

Mexico 

Philippine Islands.... 

Canada 

Dutch East Indies . . . . 

British Australasia 

Greece 

Sweden and Norway.. 

Paraguay 

Switzerland 

Danish West Indies... 

Portugal 

Porto Rico 

Argentina 

Russia, European 

Gibraltar , 

Aden 

Newfoundland and 

Labrador 

French West Indies... 

Uruguay 

Colombia 

Haiti 

Egypt 

Brazil 

French Oceania 

Azores, and Madeira 

Islands 

Honduras 

Venezuela 



Total. 



Years ended June 30— 



1895. 



Dollars. 

945,934 

1,136,911 

849,887 

875,964 

290,678 

221.25'> 

171,899 

5,221 

101,640 

91,219 

1,674 

26,837 

60,105 

15,929 

28,663 

9,050 

9,714 



428 
1,966 
2,678 



1,388 



811 

783 

2,344 

2,683 



620 
532 
155 
521 



DoUars. 

951,114 

1,186,500 

946,722 

921,713 

831.411 

287,994 

181,898 

63,589 

87,590 

96,741 

73,787 

25,207 

27,593 

26,079 

11,237 

8,094 

21,961 

16 



100 



1.306 
2,0H4 
6,237 
2,178 
20 

677 
1,193 

627 



716 
229 
212 



105 

748 



744 



152 



4,921,396 



5,218,364 



1897. 



Dollars. 

1,020,818 

831,729 

1,095.963 

1,032,110 

840.808 

869,633 

206,037 

178,722 

100,514 

52,332 

8.830 

25,398 

21,087 

26,305 

8,424 

6,371 

2,476 

88.704 



1898. 



DoUars. 

1.014,390 

921.505 

7T2.119 

884.552 

333,800 

293,723 

112.814 

77.476 

100, 129 

80.536 

95.782 

89,005 

86,715 

88,781 

8,041 

13,165 

605 



2,696 I 
4 I 
1,820 I 
2,187 



700 
485 
242 



741 
440 
61 

478 



28 
816 



343 I 



100 



27,247 
1,753 
6,380 
8.285 
8,034 
6,194 
1,104 
482 
594 



989 
439 
667 
124 

158 



158 



29 



5,372,681 I 4,869,091 



1899. 



Dollars. 

1,023,967 

837,224 

1,025,641 

944,850 

370,871 

866,711 

125,719 

126,618 

118,943 

85.444 

86.748 

70,517 

11,177 

14,965 

47,669 

15,753 

4,402 



603 
10,794 
3,495 
1.822 
1,566 

109 
1,774 I 
1,397 , 

d 

160 

887 ! 

200 I 

10 

181 
236 ' 
876 I 
25 i 



5,300,664 



.Vnnual average, 
1895-1899. 



DoUars. 

991,244 

972.774 

937.956 

931,836 

333.493 

807.863 

159,673 

103,325 

101,763 

81,654 

63.364 

87,298 

31.335 

24,402 

18,807 

10.485 

7,880 

7,744 

6.636 

8,708 

2,728 

2.638 

2,071 

1,065 

1,013 

868 

748 

569 

567 

366 

296 

188 

183 

169 

168 



149 
100 
100 
74 
66 
80 
28 
18 

2 
2 
1 



PfTft. 

19.30 

18.94 

18.26 

18.14 

6.49 

5.99 

3.11 

2.01 

1.98 

1.59 

1.04 

.73 

.61 

.48 

.37 

.20 

.16 

.16 

.11 

.07 

.06 

.05 

.04 

.02 

.02 

.02 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 

.01 



.03 



I 5,136.440 ,100.00 



LIVE ANIMAI^. 



The live animals imported into the United States during 1895-1899 
had an avemge annual value of $3,857,132. Nearly 90 per cent, 
measured in value, came from our neighboring countries, Canada and 
Alexico* Canada supplied 56 per cent and Mexico 33 per cent. The 



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only other countries from which live animals were imported to any 
considerable extent were the United Kingdom and Germany. The 
United Kingdom furnished 5.5 per cent, and Germany 3.2 per cent. 

In the following table are detailed statistics as to the value of the 
live animals imported from the various sources of supply during 
1895-1899: 

Value of live animals imported into tlie United Stales from the several counlries of shipment 
during each fiscal year from 1895 to 1899, inclusive. 



Goun tries from which 


Years ended June 30— 


Annual average, 


imported. 


1896. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1895-1899. 


CaiMda 


DoOOTS. 

1,434,807 

760,000 

379,697 

118.296 

10,781 

6,461 

6,816 

126 

4,813 

4.343 

1,983 

732 

484 

1,669 

2,828 

266 

200 

747 

260 

406 

89 

176 

143 

74 

239 

190 


DoOara. 

1,404,806 

1,620.044 

147,262 

114,936 

20,119 

27,306 

8,187 

74 

1,067 

193 

1,624 

834 

1,614 

i;697 

46 

289 

329 

701 

2,000 

611 

1,806 

444 

15 

210 

587 

487 

216 

46 

20 

128 


DoUara. 

2,115,604 

1,964,783 

76,626 

110,034 

7,808 

1,189 

6,400 

465 

1,159 

4,690 

1,743 

796 

1,224 

406 

3 

264 

246 

406 

90 

272 


DoOars. 

2,889,964 

1,446,922 

165,132 

119,714 

23,934 

199 

3,063 

11,239 

662 


DoUara. 

3,034,184 

768,194 

299,330 

151,179 

66,191 

415 

2,234 

12 

2,561 


DcUara, 

2,175,862 

1,289,969 

213,590 

122,882 

25,766 

7,104 

4,340 

2,363 

2,048 

1846 

1,660 

1,332 

J. 079 

1,075 

1,045 

871 

678 

676 

606 

892 

269 

248 

233 

221 

168 

160 

145 

106 

96 

70 

M 

57 

55 

26 

24 
20 
18 
18 
12 
11 
8 
8 
6 
6 
6 
6 

4 
4 
4 
4 
8 
3 

2 
2 

1 
1 1 


PercL 
56.41 


Mexico 


83 44 


United Kingdom 

Qermnny 


5.54 
3 18 


France 


.67 


British Aufltralaaia.... 
Cuba 


.18 
.11 


Venezuela 


.06 


Belgium 


.05 


Switseriand 


.05 


Colombia 


2,510 
1,862 

948 

484 
2,850 

317 
2,613 

156 
40 

409 


890 
2,436 
1,127 
1,180 


.04 


British East Indies.... 
Japan 


.03 
.03 


China 


.03 


Spain 


.08 


Italy 


3,220 


.02 


British Africa 


.02 


Brazil 


1,364 
161 
360 


.02 


Hawaiian Islands 

British West Indies... 
Russia, European 


.01 
.01 
.01 


Honduras 


206 


291 
810 
209 
5 
3 
374 
124 
129 


123 
699 
256 


.01 


French Africa 


.01 


Dutch West Indies.... 
Guatemala 


369 
11 
68 
85 
145 
141 
75 
60 
72 
7 


.01 


Egypt 






Netfierlftndff 


100 
26 

156 
10 

156 
69 

183 

115 




Denmark 


188 
42 
136 
104 
45 




Hongkong 




Nicaragua 




AustriarHungary 

British Honduras 

Dutch East Indies 






91 


10 

87 




Bermuda 


16 






Newfoundland and 
Labrador 


106 
60 
45 


13 
15 
10 






Turkey, Asiatic 




25 






British Ouiana 




86 
90 












Runia. Asiatic 




17 


44 

45 
25 
4 
24 






Costa Rica 


10 








Argentina 




6 
2 


11 


> .08 


Philippine Islands .... 


28 
8 


4 




Sweden and Norway. . 
Haiti 






20 
26 
10 


6 
3 


4 




Portugal 








Chile 




17 






Greenland, Iceland, 
etc 


21 








Dutch Guiana 








20 




Peru • 








20 
6 

15 
5 




Santo Domingo 

Ectxador 


10 






6 




........... 






Porto Rico 






10 






Azores, and Madeira 
Islands 


10 








Tonira. Samoa, etc .... 




10 









Portuguese Africa .... 
TTmiruav 


6 












5 


















1 


Total 


2,787,078 


8.262,477 


4,286,486 


4,674,126 


4,386,626 


8,857,132 


100.00 







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AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS, BY COUNTRIES, 1895-1899. 



AGRICULTURAL IMPORTS, BY COUNTRIES. 

The tables printed on the following pages exhibit in some detail the 
chai-acter and value of our agricultuml import trade during 1895-1899 
with the several foreign countries. The principal agricultural imports 
from each countiy have been compiled in a separate table, the articles* 
being arranged in the order of their average annual value for the five 
yeai*s. An alphabetical index to the countries covered by the tables 
will be found on pages 73-74. The tables are as follows: 

Value of the agricuUural imports of the United States from the several couniries of shipment 
during each fiscal year from 1895 to 1899, inclusive. 

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. 



Articles imported by the 
United States. 


1895. 


Yean 

1896. 


3 ended June 30— 




Annual 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1895-1899. 


Beet sugar not above No. 16 
Dutch standard 


Dollars. 

114,511 
240.279 
93,499 
115,197 
482,080 

63,958 
48, 155 
29,972 
32,954 
20.990 
85,742 
26.092 
13, 193 
30.495 
675 
2,340 
2,962 

6,162 

(a) 
6,191 

(a) 

3,083 
177, 172 


Dollars. 

931,263 
312,566 
113,561 
164,790 
32,258 

27,139 
:«,299 
29.57;^ 
66,817 
18.623 
80,547 
43,834 
14,506 
114 


Dollars. 

1.683,410 
18:^, (WO 
117,027 
19-1,059 


Dollars. 

34,85^1 
329,906 
121,331 

61,192 


Dollars. 

1,459,468 

271,379 

123,022 

13,886 

414 

25,569 
65.236 
56,872 
22.685 
58.952 
22,201 
3,88;i 
12,103 

i,a>3 

41,993 


Dollars. 
W4,702 


Goatskins 


267,562 
113, 6S9 
109, K25 
202,950 

84,652 
66,514 
40.441 
85,620 
85,537 


Malt liquors, unbottled 

Crude feathers and downs. . . 
Beans and peas 


Sugar above No. 16 Dutch 
standard 


273,617 
128, 818 
38.157 
18. 3W 
41,329 
27,580 
13,268 
15, 194 
1,693 


32,977 
70,661 
47,630 
87.351 
37,791 
22,704 
34,128 

9,167 

10,065 

43 

26,570 

9,328 

3,538 
5,30() 
6,533 

(«) 
1,633 

82,40t> 


Wools, class 3, carpet 

Hair.. 

Argols, or wine lees 


Hops 


Still wines, unbottled 

Coffee 

Still wines, bottled 

Plums and prunes 

Wools, class 1 , clothing 

Hemp 

Oils, volatile, or essential 

Fruits, prepared or pre- 
served 

Hides of cattle 


27,755 
24,241 
12,831 
8,678 
8,542 


625 
2,101 

6,910 

(a) 
8,657 
8, 7.Vi 
5,378 

230,288 


2,670 
1,6?2 

4,290 
(a) 
5,661 

(a) 
5,737 
68,571 


6,441 


14,627 

8,377 
5,988 
522 
287 
5,013 
85,671 


6,139 

5,855 
b5,M7 


Bones, hoofs, and horns 

Stearin 

Brandy 

Other articles 


5,513 

r4,52l 

4. 169 

d 85, 671 






Total agricultural im- 
ports 


1,54.5,705 


2,078,607 


2,824,327 


985,007 


2,289,071 


1.94-t.MS 


Total imports 


6,510,319 


7, 644, 154 


8.158,328 


4,716,510 


6,551,256 


6.716,113 


Per cent agricultural. . 


24 


27 


85 


21 


35 


29 


PRINCIPAL GROUPS. 

Live animals 


104 

55,918 

286,153 

2,340 

87,744 

9,050 

178,472 

20 

49,237 




60 

128,818 

184,934 

2,670 

21,459 

6,371 

1,957,027 

3,175 

42.958 




156 

97.229 

283, 9(M 

112 

43.539 

15.753 

1,485,037 

4,624 

37,474 


64 


Wools 


80,299 

426,420 

625 

66,676 

8,094 

958,402 

956 

45,068 


70.607 
357, 159 
26,570 
25,455 
13.155 
67,831 
306 
31,873 


76.474 


Hides and skins 


807,714 


Vegetable fibers 


6.463 


Fruits and nuts 


48.975 


Vegetable oils 


10.485 


Sugar. 


929,354 


Tobacco 


1.816 


Wines 


41,822 




1 



a Not stated. 

6 Annual average, 1898-1899. 



c Annual average for the two years 1896 and 1899. 
d Statistics for 1899 only. 



^ The articles enumerated in the following tables are the same as those given in the 
import tables for the same years printed in Bulletin No. 19. 



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Value, of the agricultural importn of the United Slates j etr. — Continued. 
AZORES, AND MADEIRA