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APPENDIX TO LAWS. 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF THE 



ST^TE TEEA.SURER, 

FOR 1857 AND 1858. 



Teeasueee's Office, Illinois, 
Springfield^ December 15, 1858. 

To the General Assembly of the State of Illinois : 

Pursuant to the requirements of law, I have the honor to report the 
receipts and disbursements of the public money in the two years ending 
November 3oth, 1858, in the following order : 

1. A statement of the aggregate receipts for revenue purposes. 

2. A statement of monthly receipts of revenue, special taxes, for 
state lands, &c. 

3. A statement of monthly credits, on account of each fund, by re- 
ceipts from the auditor of public accounts. 

The receipts and disbursements and the balance of each fund re- 
maining on hand on the 30th of November, are as follows, viz: 

Keceipts for revenue purposes, including the balance on hand on the 
1st day of December, 1856, amount to $915,05 l 81. Payments on the 
t;ime account amount to $761,977 ^S, leaving a balance in the treasury, 
lor revenue purposes, of $153,074 13. 

Keceipts on account of the state debt fund, including the balance on 
hand on the 1st day of December, 1856, amount to 82,010,711 17. 
Payments on same account amount to $1,241,081 69, leaving a balance 
on hand, for pro rata distribution, on the 1st dav of January, 1859, of 
$766, 629 48. 

Peceipts on account of the interest fund, including the balance on 
hand 1st day of December, 185b, amount to $1,385,608 49. Payments 
on the same account amount to $1,162,165 54, leaving a balar ce in the 
treasury of $223,442 95. Leaving a deficit of about $47,000 to meet 
the January installment of interest, out of the interest fund proper, 
which is provided for in " An act to amend an act entitled ' an act to 
provide for reducing the state debt,' " approved February 19, 1857. 

Peceipts on account of the state school lund, including the balance 
on hand December Ist, 1856, amount to $260,710 Qo. Payments on 



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the same account amount to $199,317 94, leaving a balance in the 
treasury of $61,392 27. 

Receipts on account of the state land fund, including the balance on 
hand December 1st, 1856, amount to $53,588 84. Payments on same 
account amount to $53,418 84, leaving a balance in the treasuiy of 
$140. 

Receipts on account of the Central railroad fund, including the bal- 
ance on hand 1st day of December, 1856, amount to $256,870 34. Pay- 
ments on same account amount to $239,916 54, leaving a balance in 
the treasury of $16,953 80. 

Amount of taxes on non-resident lands remaining in the treasury 
on the 1st day of December, 1856, is $4,471 67. Payments on account 
of the same amount to $140 41, leaving a balance in the treasury of 
$4,331 67. 

Saline river navigation fund in the treasury, 1st day of December, 
1856, is $777. Payments on same account amount to $777, balancing 
said account. 

Funds deposited in the treasury from Adams and Hancock counties, 
belonging to unknown heirs, $86 40. 

As my predecessor had arranged with the American Exchange Bank, 
in JSTew York, to receive the interest funds of Illinois from the trea- 
surer, on special deposit, and to disburse the same, when I entered 
upon the duties of this office, I continued to pay the accruing interest 
on the public debt through said bank up to and including the twenty- 
fourth instalhnent, due and payable January, 1858. But as the transfer 
agency had been changed, and M. Ketchum, esq., appointed transfer 
agent, and as it seemed desirable to have the transfer and interest 
agencies connected, or the business of both attended to by the same house 
orhrm, I arranged with Messrs. Ketchum, Howe & Co. to receive and 
disburse the interest funds for the twenty -fifth installment of interest 
due and payable July, 1858, who are still acting as agents of the state 
for the payment of interest on the public debt, and make their deposits 
in the Union Bank. 

The account of the American Exchange Bank, and also the account 
of Messrs. Ketchum, Howe, & Co. showing amounts of remittances of 
the interest fund, and of payments by them, respectively, is herewith 
submitted, as a part of this report. 

I have tlie pleasure to inform you, that the whole accruing interest 
was paid for January, 1857, and subsequently, up to this time, that 



has been presented for payment. 



JAMES MILLER, Treasurer. 



State Treasurer to the State of Illinois. 



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To balance in the treasury for revenue purposes, December 1st, 1S56. ..... 

Taxes collected and paid over by collectors, assessed in the year 18.55, and 

prior years, for revenue purposes 

Taxes collected and paid over by collectors, assessed in the year 1856, for rev- 
enue purposes 

Taxes collected and paid over by collectors, assessed in the year 1857, for 

revenue purposes 

Amount paid into the treasury for redemptions and sales of property purchased 

by the state, on execution, for revenue purposes 

Amount paid into the treasury from drainage fund 

" " " " for hawkers' and pedlers' licenses 

" " " " for saline lands sold 

" " " " for premiums on insurance 

*' '• " " for materials sold from governor's house. .. . 



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15 [ XV ] 

The following exhibit of the amount of the State Debt is furnished frmrir 
the records of the Fund Commissioner'' s office. 



81 old state bonds, bank and internal improvement stock, out- 
standing $81,000 00 

Internal improvement scrip 52 , 000 00 

Liquidation bonds 

Certificates new internal improvement stock , , 

Interest bonds of 184*7, drawing interest from July, 185*7 ....'. 

Registered canal debt 2,'713,113 19 

Unregistered canal debt 1 '468^505 61 

Deduct state debt fund in the treasury, Dec. 1, 1858, to be applied to pay- 
ment of principal 

Amount of principal . . . , 

Certificates interest stock, not to draw interest till January 

_ 1' I860 2,653,814 43 

Estimated amount of arrears of interest not yet funded, 
about 243,000 00 

Amount certificates, interest stock and arrears of interest not yet funded. . 

Total amount of principal and interest stock and arrears of interest. . 



$133,000 00 

2*71,849 00 
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1,838,433 03 



4,826,650 18 



4,181,618 80 



9,008,268 98 
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AUDITOR'S EEPOET. 



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BIENNIAL REPOET 



OF THE 



AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 



STATE OF XL L IX IS. 



AuDiTOPv's Office, Illinois, 

Sijringfield, December 1, 1858, 

To the Greneral Assembly of the State of Illinois: 
I have the honor to submit the following report: 

1. A statement of the receipts and eApenditures, showing the amount 
of revenue received, applicable to the payment of the ordinary and con- 
tingent expenses of the state government, and the amount disbursed. 

2. A statement ol: warrants drawn upon the treasury for all pur- 
poses. 

3. A detailed statement of warrants drawn on the treasury, and to 
what appropriation charged. 

4. A statement of Avarrants drawn on the order of the governor, and 
charged to the contingent fund. 

5. A statement of the amount of warrants which have not been pre- 
sented at the treasury for payment. 

6. A statement of the redemption money received from minor heirs, 
and due the owners of tax deeds. 

7. A statement of the accounts of the state treasurer. 

8. A statement of the amount of the school, college and seminary 
funds. 

9. A statement of the county dividends of the interest and school tax 
funds. 

10. A statement of the school tax fund for the year 1856. 

11. A statement of the school tax fund for the year 1857, 



[XX] 4 

12. A statement of the state taxes charged in the several counties 
for the years 1856 and 1857, amount collected, &c. 

13 and 14. Tabular statements of personal property, and the value 
of real property taxable in the years 1856 and 1857. 

15. A statement of state lands sold, the amount sold for, and the 
number of acres remaining unsold. 

16. A statement of the state indebtedness purchased with the school 
fund, and the amount of said fund placed in the hands of the governor 
for that purpose. 

17. A statement of state indebtedness purchased with the state land 
fund, and the amount of said fund drawn by the governor for that pur- 
pose. 

18. A statement of state indebtedness purchased with the Central 
Railroad fund, and the amount of said fund drawn by the state treasurer 
in payment thereof. 

19. A statem.cnt of the state indebtedness purchased with the Cen- 
tral Railroad fund, and the amount of said fund drawn by the governor 
in payment therefor. 

20 to 26. The several statements and tables exhibiting the condition 
and affairs of the banks of the state, organized under the general banking 
law. 

The Bank of Lucas & Simonds, and the Quincy City Bank, have 
furnished evidence of publication, as required by law, and withdrawn 
their securities — and due notice having been given by me, as required by 
the act of 1857, section 1, page 220, in the cases of the Farmers' Bank, 
C'ltj Bank, Mechanics' and Farmers' Bank, the Phoenix Bank, the Bank 
of Rockford, and the Union Bank, and three years having elapsed from 
the date of the protests of the same respectively, the securities of the 
same have been surrendered to the stockholders, or are retained here for 
evidence of ownership. 

The law relative to the final settlement of the affairs of banks, (thirty- 
seventh section of the general banking law,) not being applicable to 
banks closing business under the act of 1855, it may^be necessary to 
determine by law when, and how their affairs shall be finally closed. 

The statement of the treasurer's accounts exhibits the finances of the 
state in a sound and flourishing condition. The punctuality in the pay- 
ment of the taxes, furnishes gratifying evidence of the prosperity of our 
state and the good faith of our citizens. The amount of revenue in the 
treasury, applicable to the payment of ordinary and contingent expenses 
of the state government, is ^I53,07'± 19. 

The statements of the value of taxable property, and the amount of 
taxes levied for the current year, 1858, have not as yet been received 
from the several counties, and therefore cannot be included in i*his report. 

The agg)'egate value of taxable property for the 3^ear 1856 is 8349,- 
951,272, being an increase over the previous year of $15,552,847, and 
the aggregate valuation for the yeoT 1857 is f 407,477,367, being an 
increase in 1857 over 1856 of ^57,526,095, equal to about sixteen and 
one-half per cent, on the valuation of 1856. 



[ XXI ] 

There can be but little doubt of the fact that a fair valuation of the 
taxable property, in accordance "with the requirements of the law regula- 
ting the assessment of property, would greatly increase the aggregate 
valuation. 

The loth article of the constitution provides for the collection of a tax 
of two mills on the dollar of valuation, and the distribution of the pro- 
ceeds thereof on the first day of January, in each year, to such holders 
of state bonds as may present them for that purpose— such payments to 
be made on the principal of the bonds presented. These payments have 
been regularly made since the adoption of the constitution, and have 
doubtless contributed to that perfect restoration of the state credit which 
now happily prevails. This elevation of the credit of the state has, how- 
ever, produced a state of things in relation to the two mdl tax which 
would seem to require the immediate attention of the legislature. "While 
our state stocks were much below par in the money markets, payments on 
account of the principal were of course acceptable, but our stocks are 
now considerably above par, and it is therefore improbable that any con- 
siderable amount will be presented on the first day of next January. 

The avails of the two mill tax for the present year reach the large sum 
of §766,6^9 48, which, in all probability, will remain in the state treas- 
ury uncalled for. In anticipation of this result, the last legislature passed 
an act providing that any amount of this fund remaining uncalled fur on 
the first day of January in each year, shall be added to the fund already 
provided for purchasing the evidences of indebtedness of the state. It 
appears, however, that much difficulty is now experienced in the purchase 
of state indebtedness with the funds already provided for that purpose. 
Holders of our bonds are disinclined to sell, and very limited amounts 
only go on the stock market, and these are held above par. The last 
purchases made in New York by the state agent were at the rate of three 
and one-half per cent, premium, and there is now a considerable amount 
of the fimds so provided remaining in the state treasury unexpended. 
Under these circumstances, to go into the stock market with the large 
fund remaining of the two mill tax would probably raise the price of our 
state stocks to a rate at which it would be verj'- undesirable to buy them. 
The policy of this course may well be questioned from other considera- 
tions. One of the objects of the 15th article of the constitution was 
to aid in restoring the credit of the state, w-hich was greatly depressed at 
the time of its adoption. That object is happily accomplished. The owners 
of our six per cent, obligations prefer to hold them, and in fact will not 
part Avith them, even at a considerable premium. In the meantime our 
people are enduring a heavy taxation during a time of general pecuniary 
difficulty, to raise the means of paying this debt, whi^h our creditors refuse 
to receive. Many of our citizens are paying a much higher rate of 
interest than the state, and this taxation is burdensome to all, JDut has 
heretofore been cheerfully paid, because considered necessary. Under 
these circumstances it remains with the general assembly to determine, 
in their wisdom, w^hether any means can and shall be devised to relieve 
the people from the payment of the two mill tax, while, at least, as now, 
the collection of that tax is but a useless burthen upon them. Unless there 



[ xxn ] 6 

is some legislation on this subject, the public officers -will of course be 
bound to carry out the provisions of the act of the last session, by the 
purchase of state bonds at market rates, with the large amount that will 
remain of the two mill tax; and in addition, a still larger amount will be 
collected on the assessment of 1858, which, in all probability, will not 
be called for, and will have to be used in still further advancing the price 
of our state stocks. 

A serious question has arisen between the state and the Illinois Central 
Railroad company, in reference to the liability of that company for taxes, 
under its act of incorporation, and the law. The act incorporating the 
company was passed Feb. 10th, 1851, and the eighteenth section thereof 
provides '"that in consideration of the grants, privileges and franchises 
herein conferred upon said company, for the purposes aforesaid, the said 
company shall on the first Mondays of December and June, in each year, 
pay into the treasury of the state of Illinois, five per centum of the gross 
proceeds, receipts or income derived from said road and branches, for the 
six months next preceding.'' The twenty-second section provides that 
"the lands selected under said act of congress, and hereby authorized to 
be conveyed, shall be exempt from all taxation under the laws of this 
state until sold and conveyed by said corporation or trustees; and the 
other stock, property and effects of said company, shall be in like man- 
ner exempt from taxation for the term or six years from the passage of 
this act. After the expiration of six years, the stock, property and as- 
sets belonging to said company shall be listed by the president, secreta- 
ry or other officer, with the auditor of state, and an annual tax for state 
purposes shall be assessed by the auditor upon all the property and 
assets of every name, kind and description belonging to said corpora- 
tion. Whenever the taxes levied for state purposes shall exceed three- 
fourths of one per centum per annum, such excess shall be deducted 
from the gross proceeds or income herein required to be paid by said cor- 
poration to the state, and the said corporation is hereby exempted from 
all taxation of every kind, except as herein provided for. The revenue 
from said taxation, and the said five per cent, of gross or total proceeds, 
receipts or income aforesaid, shall be paid into the state treasury in 
money, and applied to the payment of interest-paying state indebted- 
ness, until the extinction thereof: Provided^ in case the five per cent, 
provided to be paid into the state treasury, and the state taxes to be paid 
by the corporation, do not amount to seven per cent, of the gross or total 
proceeds, receipts or income, then the said company shall pay into 
the state treasury the difference, so as to make the whole amount paid 
equal at least to seven per cent, of the gross receipts of said corporation." 

Under the provisions of the section last quoted, the property of the 
company became liable to assessment for a valuation tax for the first 
time, in the year 1857, for the taxes of that year, and its property was 
accordingly listed for taxation in the manner prescribed by the act. 

The taxes upon the assessed value of the property of the company, 
when added to the five per cent, provided to be paid into the state 
treasury, exceeded seven per cent of the gross earnings ot" the road for 
that year. The company insist, that under the law, its liability to the 



7 [ xxm ] 

Btate for taxes, cannot, in any event, exceed seven per cent, of its gross 
earnings, whilst on the part of the state it is insisted that its liability to 
to the state cannot be less than seven per cent, of its gross earnings, but 
may be more, depending upon the assessed valuation of the property. 
The company have paid into the state treasury ^145,645 84 for the year 
1857, and §60,:i5o 76 for the June installment for the year 1858, which 
I suppose is seven per cent, of the gross earnings, but having declined 
to pay more, suit has been instituted against said corporation in the su- 
preme court for the balance claimed to be due the state, and an authorita- 
tive construction of the law from that tribunal may be expected at its 
next term. As the matter is so speedily to undergo the highest judicial 
investigation and construction, I deem it unnecessary to trouble the le- 
gislature with a detailed statement of the very obvious considerations, de- 
rived as well from an intelligent reading of the law as from reasons of 
principle and policy, why the construction claimed by the state should" 
be regarded as the true one. Whatever may be the present embarrass- 
ment of that company, the general assembly should be careful to recol- 
lect, that not only now, but in all future time, so long as that company 
has a corporate existence, a large and constantly augmenting portion of 
taxable resources of the state must be under its control and ownership, 
and nothing could be more dangerous and suicidal to the future interests of 
the people of the state, under suggestions however specious they may now 
appear, for the state to surrender to this or any other corporation, the 
great constitutional privilege of taxing its property according to its value. 

JESSE K. DUBOIS, 
Auditor Public Accounts. 



xxiv 1 



S 
No. i. 



STATEMENT of Receipts and Expenditures from the 1st day of 

December, 1856, to the SOth day of November, 1858, inclusive. 



Receipts 



Amount. 



issessed in the year 1S55 and 



Taxes collected and paid over by collectors 

prior years, for revenue purposes • - - • , q^V V ' 

Taxes collected and paid over by collectors, assessed m tlie year 18o6, tor 

TaS's'^colkcteriS'pkidVvVrby Vo^^^^^ assessed in the year 1857, for 
revenue purposes , '-," \" "e l' V>'„V 

Amount paid into the treasury for redemptions and sales of property pur- 
chased bv the state, on execution, for revenue purposes 

Amount paid into the treasury from drainage fund 

Amount paid into the treasury for hawkers' and peddlers licenses 

Amount paid into the treasury for saline lands sold 

Amount paid into the treasury for premiums on insurance ••••;•■ 

Amount paid into the treasury for materials sold from governer s house. . . 



Total receipts for revenue purposes. 



347,535 

399,220 

486 

1,286 

450 

140 



753,011 



EXPENDITURES. 



Amount. 



I'poses, as shown by table i 



Amount paid out of revenue fund for special purposes, as shown Dy taoie , ^^^^^^^^ ^^ 
AiounrpVid'out of reveuue fund for ordinary expenses, as shown by table j 

Aiio'inrpVid'out'orrVvenue WforVld State Bank paper, and interest j 

on sume { 

Amount paid for interest on old warrants 

Amount of old warrants paid at the treasury j 



Amount of revenue warrants outstanding December 1st, 1858, 
Total amount of revenue fund paid out 



Amount of revenue fund in treasury, December 1st, 1656. 
Amount paid out over amount received • 

Balance in treasury, December 1st, 1858 



553,485 59 

1 75 

S3 60 

2,080 00 



766,593 40 
4,615' 72 



761,977 68 ! 



162,039 82 
8,965 69 



153,074 13 



[xxy] 



Xo. 2. 



A GENERAL STATEMENT of the amount of warrants draivn 
ujyon the Treasury from the first day of December^ 1856, to the first 
day of December^ 1858, and charged to the following accounts : 



To what account cliarged. 



Appropriations, special 

Additional penitentiary 

Commissioners to build penitentiary 

County agricultural societies 

Contingent fuud 

Canal claims 

Executive of Illinois 

Geological survey 

Governor's house, special appropriations for. 

Money refunded 

Supreme court, first division. 

Supreme court, second division 

Supreme court, third division 

Selecting swamp lands 



Total amount paid for special purposes 

Auditor of public accounts , 

Appropriations, general , 

Abstracts of taxable lands 

Bank comuiissioners , 

Commissioners for taking the census 

Conveying convicts to the penitentiary 

Clerks' fees on lands 

Distribution of the laws and journals , 

Fugitives from justice 

Governor of the state of Illinois , 

General assembly , 

Incidental expenses, including deficiency appropriation. 

Insane hospital 

Institution for the education of the deaf and dumb. . . . 

Institution for the blind 

Judiciarv, 1st division supreme court 

2d " " 

3d '' " 

' ' 1st circuit 

2d " 



3d 

4th 

5th 

6th 

7th 

8 th 

9 th 
10th 
11th 
12th 
13 th 
14th 
15th 
16th 
17 th 
l^th 
19 th 
20th 
2 let 



Amount. 



953 


600 27 


75 


000 


00 


6 


281 


00 


16 


800 


00 


V 


153 


64 




21 


00 


2 


499 


09 


lu 


351 


51 


12 


586 


95 


4 


698 


00 


2 


000 


00 


2 


000 


00 


18 


000 


00 




1 


00 



34 



24 

138 
74 
28 



,517 
,764 

375 
,793 

230 
,901 
12 

862 

610 
,375 
,200 
. 285 
,666 
,979 
,000 
,220 
,290 
,394 
,000 
,566 
,250 
, 000 
,821 
,934 
, 000 
,750 
,000 
,000 
,250 
,950 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,555 
,250 
,383 
,675 
,451 
,4S2 



Law Tol. 



[ XXVI ] 



10 



Oeneral Statement — Continued. 



To what account charged. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Judiciflrv 9,2d eirciiit 




$1,459 35 

1,418 45 

1,388 88 

2,000 00 

1,800 00 

2,000 00 

119 94 

132 37 

424 47 

1,404 49 

875 38 

2,765 89 

457 95 

625 00 

954 45 

1,250 00 

1,123 50 

27,249 98 

31,336 22 

641 75 

5,150 00 

630 47 

2,950 00 

3,150 00 

3,250 00 

1,467 70 

1,964 91 

661 92 

1,000 00 

760 96 

1,471 67 

1,000 00 

895 83 

1,125 00 

1,200 00 

925 00 

1,200 00 

1,033 33 

1,000 00 

1,222 00 

1,025 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

875 00 

f46 70 

980 00 

845 35 

725 75 

717 92 

854 45 

694 29 

750 00 

935 20 

1,471 32 

1,928 44 






23d " 




( 


24th " 




t 


Cook county court common 

court common pleas of the 

recorder's court of the city 

ent clerks' and sheriffs' fees . 


pleas 

city of Cairo 

of Chicago 




< 




Judgn 
Militia 
Office 

( ( 
( ( 
( ( 










nf tVip PYPontivp 






secretary of state 






state treasurer 

auditor of public accounts, . . 












Prosecuting attorney, Cook county cour 
" " court common pi 

' ' ' ' rppnrrlpr's pnnrt, r 


t common pleas. . . . 
sas, city of Cairo, . . 
f the eity of Chicago 






Porter 

"PiiV>lir> 






r\r'infiT>cr 










Publis 












T?oi1omrvtinn mnnpv 




Secret 
State 1 
Superi 

Secret 
State's 

State's 


F"""" "-V."-/ 

nvv nf state .. ....... 
















' ' penitentiary 

arv of fund commissioner . 








attorney's fees 

qttnvnpv«» 1st, pi rf lilt 








' 2d * ' 






« 3d " . 






t 4th " 






» 5th " 






t 6th " 






' 7th '* 






* 8ih " . . 






< 9th * ' 






' 10th u' 







* 11th " 






« 12th " .. 






« 13th " 






< 14th " ... ... 






' 15th " 






« 16th " 






« 17th " 






t 18th 'u 






< 19th " 






« 20th " 






' 21st '' 






' « 22d " 






' 23d ' ' 






< 24th " 




Suprei 

Amoui 
State 
Money 
Intere 








' ' 2d division 












it paid for ordinary expenses 










$553,485 59 






1,245,990 

400 

1,161,419 


89 
53 
87 




refunded state debt fund. . . 






3t fund 









11 

General Statement — Continued. 



[xxvn] 



To what account charged. 


Amount. 


Total. 




$745 07 

199,317 94 

53,448 84 

777 00 

239,916 54 

140 41 




Monev refunded state school fund. ••• 




State land fund. .........••.......•...•..•.•••..•..... 




Saline river fund 




Central railroad fund 












Amount paid out of special funds 




$2,902,157 69 
3 666 635 74 


Total amount of warrants issued. ....................... 











[SXTIII] 



12 

No. 3. 



DETAILED STATEMENT of\ the warrants drawn on the treasury \ 

during the fiscal term commencing Decemher 1st, 1856, and ending j 

jSfovemher 30th, 1858, shoiving on what afjprojgriation and on what i 

account charged, \ 



APPROPRIATIONS— SPECIAL. 

Amount paid P. B. Fouke, for legal services rendered the state, App. 1857. 
' ' for improvements of the penitentiary at Alton. App. 185*7.. . 
' ' John H. Deck, for services in the apprehension of Wm. Flood- 
man, charged with the murder of Seth Cowan. App. 1857. 
' • Richard if. Young, for moneys advanced and losses sustained 

in paying I. & M. canal bonds, in New York, in 1840. 

App. 1857 

' ' for extra expenses in apprehending a convict. App. 1857 . . 

' ' for preparing a set of rules for Senate. App. 1855 

' ' for taking care of J. C. Orth during his last illness, and convey- 
ing his remains to his family. App. 1857 

' ' for interest and damages refunded to securities of T. M. White, 

collector of McHenry county, for 1846. App 1857 

' ' for printing reports of bank commissioners, and postage. App. 

1857 

' ' Thos. H. Campbell, for balance due him on settlement for scrip. 

App. 1857 

< ' John Moore, for spurious coin and auditor's warrants received 

by him as state treasurer. App. 1857 

' ' John Moore, for expenses in going to New York to pay interest. 

App 1857 

' ' John Moore, for amount in purchase of state indebtedness. 

App. 1857 

' ' for taking care of state arms, conveying same to arsenal, etc. 

App. 1857 ; 

' ' W. A. J. Sparks, balance of salary as assistant clerk house of 

representatives, session of 1858. App. 1857 

' ' for making marginal notes and indexing laws of 1855. App. 

1857 

' ' N. W. Edwards, for traveling and contingent expenses incurred 

during his term of office as superintendent of public in- 
struction. App. ] 857 'f 

' ' for folding and stitching bank commissioners' report. App. '57. 

' ' Thos. H. Campbell, for entering lands in books ef auditor's 

office, sold from October 1st, 1851, to April 30th, 1856, and 

furni-hing abstracts to counties. App. 1857 

" for 1,300 copies Haines' township organization laws, furnished 

secretary of state. App. 1857 

' ' for money refunded for state land sold in error 

' ' city of Alton, for removing earth from west side of penitentiary. 

App. 1857 

' ' A. Starne, for deficiency in appropriation for clerk hire for 

1855 and 1856, to secretary's office. App. 1857 

' ' A. Starne, for his expenses in going to Boston to purchase books 

for the state library. App, 1857 

' ' for publishing general laws of 1857 in Illinois Journal. App. 

1857 

' < Stacy B. Opdvcke, for tax, cost and interest refunded on claim 

No. 1740', purchased in 1831. App. 1857 

' ' Ross, Gav & Co., for state tax erroneously assessed and paid. 

App" 1857 

" for dit^tributing school law of 1857. App. 1857 ... 

' ' for countersigning certificates of stock, and superintending 

ttate agency to January 1st, 1857. App. 1857 



13 



[xxix] 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for making index to laws, journals and reports of 1857 

' ' for 3,000 copies Scates, Treat and Blackwell's compilation of 

Illinois laws. App. 1857 

' ' for finishing committee rooms and flagging passages in base- 
ment of state house. App. 1857 

' ' for refurnishing representatives' hall. App. 1857 

' ' for repairing roof of state house. App 1857 

' ' for 1,000 copies Purple's Statutes. App. 1857 

' ' for refurnishing senate chamber. App. 1857 



APPROPRIATIONS— GENERAL, 

Amount paid for gas fittings, fixtures, and gas for state house and governor's 
house. App. 1854 

' ' for mileage of presidential electors. R. S 

' ' for expenses of transfer agency in New York. App. 1849. . . . 

' ' for salaries of inspectors of the penitentiary. App. 1855 

' ' for subscription to periodicals for state library. R. S 

' ' for services of state librarian. App. 1847 

' ' for services of law librarians of supreme court. App. 1857... . 

' ' for expenses of selling state lands. App. 1853 

' ' for removing insane convicts to insane hospital from the peni- 
tentiary. App. 1857 

' ' Normal University, for interest on college and seminary funds 
due January 1st, 1858. App. 1857 

' ' Illinois state agricultural society, for the years 1857 and 1858. 
App. 1857 

' ' for recording the patents for swamp lands. App 

' ' chandelier in senate chamber. App. 1854 



ABSTRACTS OF TAXABLE LANDS. 

Amount paid for recording and reporting abstracts of taxable lands. App 
1857 



ADDITIONAL PENITENTIARY. 

Amount paid for locating and building additional penitentiary. App. 1857. . 
BANK COMMISSIONERS. 



Amount paid for services and mileage of Aug. C. French. App. 1853. 
" P. Maxwell. ' ' 

W. B. Fondey. ' ' 

' ' " M. S. Henry. App. 1857. 

" Thos. Quick. 

'• •* Wm. H. Herndon. 

COMMISSIONERS TO LOCATE AND BUILD ADDITIONAL 
PENITENTIARY. 



Amount paid for per diem and expenses of Wm. McMurtry. App. 1857. 

W. B. Plato. 
" " " Nathl. Niles. ' ' 

" " " C. L. Higbee. ' ' 

♦ * * ' " N. D. Elwood. ' ' 

* ' ♦ * " D. Y. Bridges. ' ' 



§250 00 

15,000 00 

1,361 26 

300 00 

97 19 

8,000 00 

310 46 



53 


,600 


27 




379 


37 




558 


90 


2 


,988 


60 




300 


00 




45 


00 




300 


00 




933 


60 




137 


75 




44 


15 


9 


,754 


74 


6 


000 


00 




122 


72 


1 


200 00 


22 


764 


83 



i75 48 



75,000 00 



327 40 

505 00 

340 00 

1,880 00 

1,547 40 

1,193 50 



5,793 30 



1,958 00 
912 27 
324 00 
916 00 

1,415 73 
755 00 



;,281 OG 



[XXX] 14: 

Detailed State^nent — Continued. 

COMMISSIONERS FOR TAKING THE CENSUS. 
Amount paid for taking the census of 1855. R. S 

CANAL CLAIMS. 

Amount paid for advertising. App. 1855 

* ' for ice furnislied commissioners. App. 1855 

CONYEYING CONVICTS- TO THE PENITENTIARY. 
Amount paid for conveying convicts to the penitentiary. App. 1851 

CLERKS' FEES ON LANDS. 
Amount paid for sale lists for auditor's ofl&ce 

COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. 
Amount paid to county agricultural societies. App. 1857 

CONTINGENT FUND. 

Amount paid for expenses unprovided for by law. App. 1855 

' ' for expenses unprovided for by law. App. 1857 

DISTRIBUTION OF THE LAWS AND JOURNALS. 
Amount paid for distributing laws and journals, session of 1857. App. 1849. 

EXECUTIVE OF ILLINOIS. 

Amount paid for fuel, gardener, repairs, etc., at governor's house. App. 
1857 

FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE. 

Amount paid for services of sheriffs and others, in apprehension and delivery 
of fugitives from justice. R. S 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 

Amount paid for salary and expenses of state geologist and assistants, in 

making geological survey of state, rent of office-rooms, etc. 

* * for salary of topographer 

GOVERNOR'S HOUSE.— SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR. 

Amount paid for work done and materials furnished in building and com- 
pleting governor's house. App. 1857 



15 



[ XXXI ] 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

Amount paid officers and members general assembly, session of 1857. App. 

1855 ~ 

for chaplains general assembly, session 1857. App. 1857 

committee to visit penitentiary. App. 1857 

committee to visit public institutions at Jacksonville. App. 1857. 
assistant clerks, door keepers and pages, session 1857. App. 

1857 

for copying laws and journals, session 1857. App. 1849 

for subrcriptions to newspapers. App. 1857 

for postage of general assembly, session 1857. App. 1857 

for stationery, labor and articles furnished general assembly, 

session 1857. App. 1857 

Isaac K Diller, for services asreader of house of representatives, 

App. 1857 

for rent of rooms for committees. App. 1857 

(Jhas. W. Jenkins, for services as post master. App. 1857. . . . 
C. L. Eastman, for contesting seat of M. Shallenberger. App, 

1857 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES— INCLUDING DEFICIENCY APPROPRIA- 

Amount paid for repairs, furniture, fuel for the legislature and state officers, 

stationery, printing paper, and other expenses incurred by 

secretary of state in discharge of his duties. App. 1855. . 

' ' for same. App. 1857 



INSANE HOSPITAL. 

Amount paid for expenses of snid institution. App. 1857 

'' for enlarging and completing building. App. 1857. 



INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND. 

Amount paid for expenses of said institution. App. 1857. 



INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB. 

Amount paid said institution for interest on school, college and seminary 

fund. App. 1838-39 

for heating apparatus. App. 1857 

for lighting with gas. App. 1857 

for furniture. App. 1857 

for repairs and improvements. App. 1857.... 

for completing building. App. 1857 

for special appropriations. App 1857 

for salaries and expenses. App. 1857 



JUDGMENTS, CLERKS' AND SHERIFFS' FEES. 
Amount paid clerks and sheriffs ia state suits 



$18,154 50 
150 00 
375 00 
217 00 


3,371 
2,864 
3,326 
3,323 


00 
96 
92 
87 


5,562 


84 


240 
190 
276 


00 
00 
00 


148 


00 


38,200 


^9 



4,695 82 
19,589 87 



24,285 69 



72,000 00 
66,666 Q& 



138,666 66 



28,000 00 



5,271 82 
9,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,500 00 
700 00 
5,000 00 
6,508 13 
45,000 00 



74,979 



119 94 



[ XXXII ] 



16 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



MILITIA OF ILLINOIS. 

Amount paid for salary of adjutant general Illinois militia, R. S 

MOXEY REFUNDED. 

Amount refunded on lands sold in error. App. 1849 

' ' for taxes paid in error. App. 1853 

' ' on accounts overpaid by collectors. App. 1853 

OFFICE OF THE EXCUTIYE. 

Amount paid for postage for office of the executive. App. 1857 

' ' for stationery for office of the executive. App. 185'7 

' ' for express charges, office of the executive. App. 185*7 

' ' for printing for office of the executive. App. 1857 

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Amount paid for postage for secretary's office. App. 1855 

' ' for stationery for secretary's office. App. 1855 

' ' for furniture, repairs, &c., for secretary's office. App. 1855. . . . 
' ' for ice, boxes, express charges, &c., for secretary's office. App. 

1857 '. 

' ' for postage for secretary's office. App. 1857 

* ' for stationery for secretary's office. App. 1857 

' ' for furniture, repairs, &c., for secretary's office. App. 1857. . . 

' ' for printing for secretary's office. App. 1857 

' * for ice, express charges, &c., for secretary's office. App. 1857. 



OFFICE OF THE STATE TREASURER. 



Amount paid for postage for treasurer's office. App. 1855 

' ' for stationery for treasurer's office. App. 1 855 

' ' for furniture, repairs, &c., for treasurer's office. App. 1855. . . 

* ' for telegraphic dispatches for treasurer's office. App. 1855. . . 

' ' for posta<2;e for treasurer's office. App. 1857 

' ' for stationery for treasurers office. App. 1857 

" for furniture, repairs, &c., for treasurer's office. App. 1857... 

' ' for printing for treasurer's office. App. 1857 

' ' for specie-boxes, ice, &c., for treasurer's office. App. 1857... . 



OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

Amount paid for stationery for auditor's office. App. 1 855 

' ' for furniture for auditor's office. App. 1855 

' ' for repairs in auditor's office. App. 1855 

' ' for candles, ice, &c., for auditor's office. App. 1855 

' ' for express charges and telegraphing for auditor's office. App. 

1855 

' ' for deeds of property bought by state on execution. App. 1855. 

' ' for stationery for auditor's office. App. 1857 

♦' for postage for auditor's office. App. 1857 

' ' for printing for auditor's office. App. 1857 

' ' for candles, ice, &c., for auditor's office. App. 1857 

' ' for express charges and telegraphing for auditor's office. App. 

1857 



36 


23 


1,404 


49 


11 


38 


2 


60 


60 


75 


5 


75 


57 


21 


68 


65 


96 


50 


27 


50 


45 


04 


375 


38 


135 


78 


19 


62 


36 


60 


27 


50 


15 


59 


2 


25 


300 


18 


278 


90 


445 


55 


42 


43 


20 


95 



17 



Detailed Statement — Confmiied. 



[xxxin] 



AmouQt piid for iroa sife, for auiitor's office, freight and charges on same. 

App. 1857 ! 81,120 50 

' ' for abstracts of lands sold by general government and Illinois ' 

and M^iehigan canal trustees. App. 1857 l 278 04 

'' for maps and newspapers for auditor's office. App. 1857 I 17 QQ 

' * for expenses of selling lands bought by state on execution. I 

App. 1857 I 25 00 



OFFICE OF THE SUPERIXTEXDEN'T OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIOX. \ 

Amount paid for stationery for office of superintendent of public instruction. \ 

App. 1855 , 

' ' for stationery, postage and printing for office of superintendent 
of public instruction. App. 1857 



PUBLIC PPJNTIXG. 

Amount paid for printing laws, journals, reports and current work, session of 
1857. App 1849 



2,765 89 



3V 85 
420 10 



457 95 



27,249 98 



PUBLIC BINDING. 
Amount paid for binding laws, journals and reports, session 1857. App. 1849. 

PUBLISHING NOTICES. 

Amount paid for publishing proposals for copying, printing, binding, and dis- 
tributing laws, for wood, stationery, proclamations, &c. 
App. 1849 \ 

REPORTS OF THE SUPREME COURT. 
Amount paid for 1 , 030 volumes Peck's Reports. R. S 



REDEMPTION MONEY. 
Amount paid for redemption received from minor heirs. R. S. 



31,3.36 22 



641 75 



5,150 00 



630 47 



STATE'S ATTORNEYS' FEES. 

Amount paid for prosecuting suits, and for commissions on amount collected 

from delinquent collectors. App. 1849 I 661 92 

SUPREME COURT— FIRST DIVISION. 

^.mount paid to sheriffs for attendance on court in first division. App. 

1838-9 

' ' for appropriation to purchase books for 1857 and 1858, first 

division. App 1857 

' ' for stationery, postage, furniture, fuel, &c., in first division. 
App. 185"7 

SUPREME COURT— SECOND DIVISION. 

bnount paid for stationery, fuel, furniture, &c., in second division. App. 1849 \ 410 55 

Law Yol. — ^ 



124 00 

2,000 00 

811 20 



2,935 20 



[ x:5XIy] 



18 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for stationery, fuel, furniture, postage, repairs, &;c., second 

division. App. 1857 

' ' for appropriation to purchase books for 1857 and 1858, second 
division. App. 1857 

' ' sheriffs, for attendance on court, second division. App. 1838-9. 



SUPREME COURT— THIRD DIVISION. 

Amount paid sheriff's, for attendance on court, third division. App. 1838-9. . 

' ' for stationery, fuel, lights, &c., third division. App. 1849 

* ' for stationery, fuel, lights, postage, furniture, &c., third division. 

App. 1857 

' ' for appropriation to purchase books for 1857 and 1858, third 

division. App. 1857 

' ' for appropriation to build court house, third division. App, 1857 

SELECTING SWAMP LANDS. 
Amount paid chainmen employed in selecting swamp lands. App. 1852 

SALARIES. 

Amount paid for salary of the governor. App. 1855 

1857 

'« " of secretary of state. App. 1855 

" " ' " " 1857 

' ' secretary of state, for clerk hire. ' ' 1855 

" 1857 

' ' for salary of the state treasurer. ' * 1855 

it " " " 1857 

* ♦ state treasurer, for clerk hire. ' ' 1855 

" " 1857 

" for salary of the auditor of public accounts. App, 1855 

.. t' " " " 1857 

• ' the auditor, for clerk hire. App. 1855 

«« «« " " 1857 



for salary of the superintendent of public instruction. App. 1855 
'^ .* *' " 1857 



$748 77 



2,000 
312 


00 
00 


3,471 


32 


404 
33 


00 
15 


1,491 


29 


2,000 00 
16,000 00 


19,928 


44 


1 

^ 


-^ 



704 18 
2,670 82 

3,375 00 



350 55 

1,424 45 

109 73 

1,065 27 



2,950 00 



375 55 
1,424 45 

281 67 
1,068 33 



3,150 00 



469 45 
1,780 55 
1,281 45 
4,985 55 



8,517 00 



for salary of justice, supreme court, first division. 



1855 

1857 



579 17 

,670 83 



3,250 00 



363 33 
1,856 67 

2,220 00 



19 



[xxxy] 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for salary of justice, supreme court, second division. App. 1855. 
" " " " " " 1857. 



** justice, supreme court, third division. App. 1855. 

.. 1857. 



*' judge, first circuit. App. 1855. 
*' 1857. 



i ( ( 



judge, second circuit. App. 1855. 
" " " 1857. 



' ' judge, third circuit. ' ' 1855. 

" 1857. 



'* judge, fourth circuit '' 1855. 
a 1857. 



judge, fifth circuit. ' ' 1855. 

" 1857. 



" judge, sixth circuit. " 1855. 

«* '* " " 1857. 



' judge, seventh circuit ' * 1855. 
•' 1857. 



" judge, eighth circuit " 1855. 

'* ii ii <c i8gY_ 



** judge, ninth circuit " 1855. 

" 1857. 



* judge, tenth circuit '* 1855. 

* " " •' 1857. 



i $363 33 
1,926 67 


i 2,290 


00 


363 
1 2,031 


33 
27 


1 2,394 


60 


469 
' 1,530 


45 
55 


2,000 


00 


; 303 
1,262 


45 
81 


1,566 


26 


719 45 

1,530 55 


2,250 


00 


469 
1,530 


45 

55 



2 


,000 


00 


1 


469 
,352 


45 

33 


^ 


821 


_78 



403 
1,530 


70 
55 


1,934 


25 


469 
1,530 


45 
55 


2,000 


00 


469 
1,280 


45 
55 


1,750 


00 


469 
1,530 


45 
55 


2,000 00 


469 
1,530 


45 
55 


2,000 00 







[ XXXVI ] 



20 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for sal 


iry of judge, eleventh circuit, A 

* judge, twelfth circuit. ' 
( i ( < < ( 

' judge, thirteenth circuit. ' 

' judge, fourteenth circuit. ' 
( t < < ( ( 

' judge, fifteenth circuit. ' 

' judge, sixteenth circuit. ' 
i ( ( ( ( ( 

* judge, seventeenth circuit. ' 
( t ( ( ( ( 

* judge, eighteenth circuit. ' 
' judge, nineteenth circuit. ' 
' judge, twentieth circuit. ' 
' judge, twenty-first circuit. * 

* judge, twenty-second circuit. ' 

* judge, twenty-third circuit. ' 

* judge, twenty-fourth circuit. ' 

* judge. Cook county court comi 

* judge, court common pleas, cit 
« ( ( ( ( ( « ( ( 

* recorder, recorder's court, cit 

1855 


pp. 1855. 

' 1857. 

* 1855. 
' 1857. 

' 1855. 
' 1857. 

' 1855. 
' 1857. 

' 1855. 
' 1857. 

' 1855. 
' 1857. 

' 1855. 
' 1857. 

' 1857. 

non pleas, 
y of Cairo, 
y of Chica 






1469 4g 
1,780 55 








2,250 00 


< < ( 


319 45 


1 1 < 






1,630 55 




1,950 00 




469 45 
1 530 55 












2,000 00 


< i ( 


469 45 


C ( ( 






1 530 55 




... 








2,000 00 


< ( ( 
it ( 


469 45 
1,530 55 




2,000 00 


(< < 
(< i 


275 00 
1,280 55 




1,555 55 


< ( < 


469 45 


i( ( 






1,780 55 




.., 








2,250 00 


( ( ( 


1,383 22 


(t ( 


1,675 68 


( < < 






1,451 05 


(( ( 






1,432 05 


( ( ( 






1,459 35 


1 ( i 






1,418 45 


i < < 






1,388 88 


t < < 


App.1855 
" 1857 

" 1855 
" 1857 

go. App. 


469 45 
1,530 55 




2,000 00 


(i ( 
( { ( 


269 45 
1,530 55 




1,800 00 


« t ( 


469 45 



21 



[ XXXVII ] 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for salary of recorder, recorder's court, citv of Chicago. App. 
1857 .■ 



state's attorney, first circuit. App. 1855. 
" " " 1857. 



state's attornev, second circuit. 



state's attorney, third circuit. 



state's attorney, fourth circuit. 



state's attorney, fifth circuit. 



state's attorney, sixth circuit. 



state's attorney, seventh circuit. 



state's attorney, eighth circuit. 



state's attorney, ninth circuit. 



state's attorney, tenth circuit. 



state's attorney, eleventh circuit. '* 1855. 
■ 1857. 



1855. 
1857. 



1855. 
1857. 



1855. 
1857. 



1855. 
1857. 



1855. 
1857. 



1855. 
1857. 



1855. 
1857. 



1855. 
1857. 



1855. 
1857. 



81,530 


55 


2,000 


00 


! 234 

1 765 


73 

27 


1 1,000 


00 


! 

359 
401 


73 
23 


i 760 


96 


1 596 
! 875 


67 
00 


1 MV. 


67 


i 859 
; 640 


73 

27 


! 1 , 000 


00 


1 

1 234 

i 661 

j 


73 
10 


895 


83 


' 359 
765 

\ 1,125 


73 

27 

00 


i 809 73 
890 27 


1,200 


00 


j 181 

' 743 

1 


67 
33 


925 


00 


! 281 
918 


67 
33 


1,200 


00 


1 268 
i 765 


06 
27 


1,033 


33 


234 73 

765 27 


, 1,000 


00 




..,. 



22 
Deta lied Statement — C ontinued . 



Amount paid for salt 

I 4 !■ 


iry of State's attorney, twelfth circuit. App. 1855 

" 1857.... 

' state's attorney, thirteenth circuit. " 1855.... 

" 1857.... 

' state's attorney, fourteenth circuit. '' 1855,... 
" " " 1857 

' state's attorney, fifteenth circuit. " 1855 

*' " " 1857.... 

' state's attorney, sixteenth circuit. ' ' 1855 — . 

" 1857.... 

' state's attorney, seventeenth circuit. " 1855 

" 1857.... 

' state's attorney, eighteenth circuit. ' ' 1857. — 
' state's attorney, nineteenth circuit. " ''.... 
' state's attorney, twentieth circuit. * ' *'.... 

♦ state's attorney, twenty-first circuit. " " 

' state'sjattorney,twenty-second circuit. " " 

* state's attorney, twenty-third circuit. " " 

' state's attorney,twenty-fourth circuit. " * ' 

' prosecuting attorney, Cook county court, common 
pleas App 1855 


$206 67 
1,015 33 




1,222 00 


i i I 


234 73 

790 27 




1,025 00 


1 1 I 


234 73 

765 27 




1,000 00 


1 1 i 


234 73 
765 27 




1,000 00 


< ( ( 


234 73 
640 27 




875 GO 


( C < 


181 43 

765 27 




946 70 


« I « 


980 00 


t t < 


845 35 


< ( ( 


725 75 


t I I 


717 92 


( ( ( 


854 45 


(. ( 


694 29 


i ( ( 


750 00 


.. 


179 86 


i ( ( 


' prosecuting attorney. Cook county court, common 
pleas. App. 1857 


445 14 




' prosecuting attorney, recorder's court, 

riiP"n Ann 1 S.^.5 


city of Chi- 


625 00 


( < i 


359 73 


( ( ( 


' prosecuting attorney, recorder's court 
fiflfO Ann 1 8.^7 


, city of Chi- 


890 27 




' prosecuting attorney, court common 
Cairo. App. 1866, 


pleas, city of 






1,250 00 


< ( 


189 18 



23 



[ XXXIX ] 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for salary of prosecuting attorney, court common pleas, city of j 

Cairo. App. 1857 '. . . i $765 27 



secretary of the fund commissioner. App. 185*7. . 
" *' 1857.. 



porter of the state house. 



185.^.. 
1857.. 



*' superintendent of the penitentiary. " 1857.. 



SPECIAL FUXDS. 



.Amount of warrants issued for jtro rata payments on state indebtedness, 
out of state debt fund 



warrants issued for overpayments on collector's accounts, 
warrants issued for state debt fund 



warrants issued for payment of interest on state indebtedness, 
out of interest fund 

warrants issued for overpayments on collectors' accounts 



warrants issued for interest fund. 



warrants issued to collectors for overpayment of state school 
fund In their accounts 



warrants issued for state school fund. 



warrants issued on the order of the governor, for state land, 
to purchase state indebtedness 

warrants issued to ex-governor Matteson, to reimburse him for 
amount advanced in purchase of state indebtedness 



954 


45 


314 
1,650 


91 

00 


1,964 


91 


237 00 
886 50 


1,123 


50 


1,467 70 



1,245,990 89 
400 53 



1,246,391 42 



1,161,419 87 
745 67 



1,162,165 54 



199,317 94 



199,317 94 



warrants issued for state land fund. 



warrants issued on the order of the state treasurer, for Central 
railroad fund, to purchase state indebtedness 

warrants issued on the order of the governor, for Central rail- 
road fund, to purchase state indebtedness 



warrants issued for Central railroad fund. 



53,353 28 
95 56 



53,448 84 



50,968 74 
188,947 80 



239,916 54 



warrants issued for Saline river navigation fund, appropriated 
for building a road in Saline county 

warrants issued for Saline river fund 



777 00 



777 00 



[XL] 



24 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount of warrants issued to collectors, for county delirquent land tax, 
paid into the state treasury for the year 1853 


$140 41 




' ' warrants issued for delinquent land tax 


140 41 






Total amount of warrants issued 


3,666,635 74 





25 

JSTo. 4. 



[XLl] 



A STATEMENT of vmrranU drawn upon the treasury^ on account of 
the contingent fund^ from the first day of Deceraher^ 1856, to the first 
day of Deceniher, 1858. 



Date. 



To whom drawn, and on what account. 



I Amount. 



1856. Dec. 



1857, 



Jan. 



19 



13 



13 



Feb. 19 



19 



Mar. 



May 
June 



July 



To "W. H. Miller, for telegraphic dispatches to and from Gov, 
Matteson 

To Corneau & Diller, for ice, for office of the executive 

To A. J. Higbee, for his expenses as messenger to Coles county, 
February, 1856 

To Wood & Hendricks, for painting, &c., done on governor's 
house 

To W. H. Miller, for telegraphic dispatches for office of the ex- 
ecutive, to January 1, 1857 

To I. B. Curran, for pens, (fee, for office of the executive 

To I. Pt. Diller, for postage for office of the executive to Jan- 
uary 1, 1857 

To I. R. Diller, for postage for office of the executive to Octo- 
ber 1, 1856 

To J. Bunn, for three boxes sperm candles for office of the ex- 
ecutive, October and December, 1852 

To Williams & Link, for varnishing furniture, <fec., for office of 
the executive 

To Dorwin & Dickey, for articles furnished and work done on 
governor's house 

To same, for same 

To E. Kreigh, for stove, stove pipe, zinc, .fcc, for governor's 
house 

To W. Koenke, for services as messenger of the executive dur- 
ing session of 1857 

To Geo. A. Clifford, for services as reporter before the canal 
committee, session of 1857. .•. 

To M. R. Owens, for services as assistant clerk of the house, 

I after adjournment, session of 1857 

23 I To W. D. Latshaw, for services as journalist of senate, session 
I of 1857 

To Charles Leib, for services as clerk of the house, after ad- 
journment, session of 1857 

To W. C. B. Gillespie, for services as assistant clerk of the 
house, after adjournment, session of 1857 

To A. J. Higbee, for same 

To Robt. McCandless, for services as sergeant-at-arms, senate, 
two days, during session of 1857 

To E. Z. Ryan, for services as assistant clerk of the house, after 
adjournment, session of 1857 

To John Cook, for services as policeman of the state house dur- 
ing session of 1857 

To J. S. Roberts, for services as assistant clerk of the house, 

] after adjournment, session of 1857 

25 I To S. Halliday , for express charges on bonds from Xew York . . 
25 j To J. S. Roberts, for services as assistant secretary of the senate, 

after adjournment, session of 1857 

23 I To J. G. Norwood, for expense of printing geological report. . . . 

11 To Jesse K. Dubois, for making land book for Logan county, in 

lieu of that burned in court house at Lincoln 

12 To Hendricks & Connor, for painting governor's house 

17 To Post & Brother, for storing state arms 

18 j To J. A. Hough, for furniture, carpet, &:c., for office of geologi- 

cal survey 

Law Yol.— 6 



23 



23 



23 



26 



S42 27 

4 90 

20 00 

49 35 

no 10 

15 00 
39 48 
19 24 
49 00 

16 00 



[XLII 



26 



Statement — Continued. 



Date. 



To whom drawn, and on what account. 



185V. Aug. 6 
12 

Sept 8 

Oct. 6 



20 
Nov. 14 

24 

Feb. 3 

6 

8 
' 22 

25 
April 7 

13 
' 21 

May 5 



1858 



13 

27 
June 4 



19 
Jidy 10 

29 
Aug. 2 

5 
' 6 

' 6 

31 



To Jesse K. Dubois, for making land book for Wabash county, 
in lieu of that burned in the court house at &lt. Carmel 

To Rawdon, Wright, Hatch & Edson, for engraving, printing 
and binding bonds, coupons and interest certificates for fund- 
ing state indebtedness , 

j To Wm. H. Bissell, for services of American Exchange Bank 
! in transfer agency at New York, January 1 to August 30, 

! 1857 ■. ? 

j To Wm. H. Bissell, for purchase of books for use of prisoners 

j in the penitentiary 

j To Scripps, Bross & Spears, for printing reports, tables and 
j diagrams for geological survey 

To T. R. King, president, for rent of Masonic hall for use of 

j geological survey 

I To Milingtou & Childs, for repairing pavements, sewers, &c., at 

j governor's house. 

: To 0. M. Hatch, for express charges on blank bonds from Xew 

j York 

j To Springfield gas light company, for gas burned in lamps on 

state house fence , , . . 

j To Stephen T. Logan, for preparing cases, and resisting appli- 
I cations for mandamus to the governor to fund interest of 

I McAllister & Stebbins' bonds 

j To Scripps, Bross and Spears, for printing and binding state 

' geologist's report, and lithographing and coloring maps 

I To Isaac Wallace, for 25 days' services as police oflScer in state 

I house during session of ISoV 

! To Rawdon, Wright, Hatch & Edson, for paper and printing 

certificates of Illinois interest stocks T 

I To Springfield gas light company, for gas burned in governor's 
I house, March, 1858 

To T. R. King, president, for rent of Masonic hall for use of 
geological survey 

To Isaac F. Allison, for shade-trees for grounds at 

house 

To Springfield gas light company, for gas burned in lamps on 
state house fence, 3 months 

To Springfield gas light company, for gas burned at governor's 

house, April, 1858 

I To Charles Tucker, for repairs at governor's house 

To Collier & Loomis, for whitewashing at governor's house. . . . 
I To Ruckel & Johns, for painting roof of arsenal, and painting 

I and varnishing book-case 

j To Springfield gas light company, for gas burned in governor's 
house. May, 1858. 

To G. B. Pease, for whitening rooms in governor's house 

! To Springfield gas light company, for gas burned in governor's 
I house, June, 1858 

To Bailhache & Baker, for publishing notice to militia 

To A.J. Babcock, for plumber's work and materials at governor's 
house \ 

To Elkin & Davis, for 1 yards oil-cloth for governor's house. . . . 

To Sprinfield gas light company, for gas burned in lamps on 

I state house fence , 

j To Springfield gas light company, for gas burned in governor's 

j house, July, 1858 

j To Charles Mentemeier, for taking care of garden and grounds 
I at governor's house .^ 



'"overnor s 



Amount. 


$50 82 


938 75 


1,047 77 


300 00 


836 70 


125 00 


17 50 


13 25 


45 55 


100 00 


384 10 


75 00 


130 00 


84 00 


125 00 


16 80 


50 00 


29 90 
1 50 

27 50 


51 75 


22 75 
30 00 


19 83 
3 25 


28 91 
7 00 


50 00 


20 15 


150 00 



27 
Statement — Continued. 



[ XLIII ] 



Date. 

1858. Sept. 4 
13 
20 

24 

Oct. 6 



XOT. 



20 



To whom drawn, and what account. 



To M. Doyle, for flowering plants for grounds at governor's 

house 

To Springfield gas light company, for gas burned in governor's 

house, August, 1858 

To Rawdon, Wright, Hatch & Edson, for engraving blank bonds 

and printing 

To John Jackson, for whitewashing rooms at governor's house. 
To J. C. Lemon & Son, for peach trees for grounds at governor's 

house 

To Springfield gas light companv, for gas burned at governor 's 

house, Sept. 1, 1858 .' 

To F. E. Payne, for locks and repairs at governor's house 

To Springfield gas light company, for gas burned at governor's 

house, Oct., 1858 

To Springfield gas light company, for gas burned around 

state house square, quarter ending Oct. 31, 1858 

To Thos. A. Ragsdale for repairs at governor's house 

To Springfield gas light company, for gas fixtures and repairs in 

state house 

To Bailhache & Baker, for advertising reward for Thos. Waugh 

in Illinois State Journal 

To Turner E. King, for rent of Masonic hall for geological sur- 
vey, quarter ending Oct. 14, 1858 '. 

Total 



Amount. 



S4 00 


22 


10 


315 


07 


5 


00 


14 


40 


23 


40 


4 75 


28 


60 


50 


00 


42 


75 


227 


12 


5 


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125 


00 


7,153 


64 



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28 

'No. 5. 



STATEMENT of the amount of warrcmis outstcmdmg on the first day \ 
of December^ 1856, and the amount outstanding on the first day of ! 
JDecember. 1858. I 



Amount of warrants outstanding, December 1, 1856 

" * ' issued from December 1, 1856, to December 1, 1858. 

Total 

Amount of warrants received into the treasury, canceled and deposited in 
the auditor's ofl&ce, from December 1, 1856, to December 1, 1858 

Total amount of revenue fund warrants outstanding, Dec. 1, 1858, $4,615 '72 
* * of state debt fund " " Dec. 1, 1858, 2,328 10 



S2,101 SY 
3,666,635 "74 



3,668,'73'7 11 
3,661,793 29 



6,943 82 



No. 6. 

REDEMPTICN MONEY. 



Amount of redemption money received from minor heirs, in the treasury, 
December 1, 1856 

Amount paid out from December 1, 1856, to December 1, 1858 

Balance in treasury, December 1, 1858 



$998 17 
630 47 



367 70 



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[ XLIX] 



No. 8. 

STATJEMEN^T showing the GORclition of the School^ College and Semi- 
nary funds on the 1st day of December, 1858, including the amount 
received since tlue \st day of December, 1856. 



18oS. 


Dec, 


1 


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1 
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1858. 


Jan. 


26 


1856. 


Dec. 


1 


1858. 


Jan, 


26 


- 


Dec. 


1 



Amount of surplus revenue credited to 
the school fund 

Amount of seminary fund 

Amount of 3 per cent, fund, as per audi- 
tor's report this date 

Amount of 3 per cent, fund credited to 
the school fund this day 

Amount of 3 per cent, fund credited to 
the college fund, as per auditor's re- 
port this date 

Amount of 3 per cent, fund credited to 
the college fund this day 

Total amount of school, college and 
seminarv fund this day 



8549,125 09 
6,018 08 



109,808 93 
1,203 61 



$335,592 32 
59,838 72 



555,143 It 



111,012 54 



1,061,586 75 



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K'u. 9. • 

STATEMENT shovnng the amomit of interest on the School^ College 
and Seminarg Fund distnhuted on the 1st of Janumy, 185Y, for the 
year 1856/ the ainoiird of interest on the School Fund distrihuted on 
the 1st of January, 1858, for the year 1857, and tlie amount of School 
Tax Fund distributed for the same years to the several counties. 



Orders for 1855. 



Orders for 1857. 



! Interest. 



Adams 

Alexander. . . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun . . . 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign. . 
Christian . . . 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Coolc 

Crawford . , 
Cumberland. 
De Kalb . . . , 

De Witt 

DiiPao-e.... 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham . . 
Fayette. .. . , 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin . . . , 
Greene .... 

Grundy 

Hamilton . . 
Hancock . . . 

Hardin 

Henderson . , 

Henry 

Iroquois. . . . 

Jackson 

Ja-per 

Jefferson . . 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess. 
Johnson . . . 

Kane 

Kankakee. . 
Kendall . . . 

Knox 

Lake 

La Salle... 
Lawrence . . 



$1,59'7 96 S15,015 
130 
876 
507 
410 
876 
169 
362 
419 
299 
300 
709 
360 



3,790 
522 
321 
594 
425 
585 
673 
232 
320 
490 
377 

1,389 
318 
637 
312 
385 

1,050 
206 
330 
416 
326 
388 
367 
544 
398 

1,065 
368 

1,070 
491 
454 

1,044 
802 

1,551 
395 



Tax. 



Total. I Interest. 



Tax. 



1 , 849 
4,257 
4,870 
4,185 
9,860 
2,251 
4,420 
4,581 
6,173 
5,001 
7,224 
4,492 
4,279 
9,209 

31 , 749 
5,556 
3,744 
6,923 
4,723 
5,635 
7,440 
2,628 
4,274 
6,443 
4,436 

13,677 
3,628 
6,841 
3,997 
4,531 

10,772 
2,211 
3,952 
6,322 
6,863 
5,152 
4,698 
6,264 
4,367 

10,237 
4,035 

10,736 
6,356 
4,617 

10,519 
7,787 

15,947 
4,343 



$16,613 
1,979 
4,633 
5,378 
4,596 

10,738 
2,421 
4,783 
5,001 
6,473 
5,302 
7,933 
4,852 
4,599 
9,962 

35,539 
6,078 
4,066 
7,518 
5,149 
6,221 
8,114 
2,860 
4,595 
6,933 
4,813 

15,066 
3,947 
6,841 
4, 309 
4,916 

11,823 
2,417 
4,282 
6,738 
7,190 
5,541 
5,066 
6,808 
4,765 

11,302 
4,404 

11,906 
6,847 
5,071 

11,564 
8,589 

17,498 
4,739 



$1,359 
110 
320 
431 
849 
745 
144 
308 
357 
254 
255 
603 
306 
272 
640 

3,223 
444 
273 
505 
361 
497 
572 
197 
272 
417 
320 

1,181 
271 
542 
265 
827 
893 
175 
281 
354 
278 
330 
812 
462 
838 
906 
318 
995 
418 
886 
888 
682 

1,819 
386 



116,881 53 

2.078 90 
4,786 35 
5,475 47 
4,706 04 

11,085 64 
2,531 22 
4,970 19 
5,150 93 
6,940 45 
5,623 10 
8,121 
5,050 54 
4,811 06 

10,853 16 

35,694 15 
6,246 34 
4,209 88 
7,783 92 
5,310 80 
6,836 17 
8,365 04 
2,954 52 
4,805 59 
7,243 
4,987 54 

15,876 

4.079 48 
7,691 
4,494 07 
5,094 16 

12,110 
2,486 22 
4,443 14 
7,108 23 
7,716 04 
5,792 62 
5,282 72 
7,042 
4,909 94 

11,509 07 
4,537 18 

12,070 24 
8,146 11 
5,190 87 

11,826 46 
8,754 65 

17,928 80 
4,883 66 



Total. 


$18,240 63 


2,189 80 


5,106 47 


5,907 44 


5,055 24 


11,830 94 


I 2,675 43 


5,278 26 


5,508 09 


7,195 26 


5,878 :r 


8,725 ^:. 


5,356 86 


5,083 19 


10,998 99 


38,917 82 


6,690 66 


4,483 47 


8,289 38 


5,672 57 


6,833 89 


8,938 00 


3,152 28 


5,078 52 


7,660 99 


5,308 22 


16,558 26 


4,350 58 


8,234 22 


4,759 55 


5,421 81 


13,004 85 


2,661 77 


4,724 33 


7,462 25 


7,994 16 


6,123 24 


5,595 61 


7,505 82 


5,248 69 


12,415 38 


4,850 80 


13,065 68 


8,564 13 


5,577 18 


12,714 87 


i 9,437 34 


19,248 09 
5.219 71 



35 



[LI] 



Statem ent — C ontinned . 



Orders for 1856. 



Counties. 



Lee 

Livingston . . . 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin . . . . , 

Jladison , 

Marion 

Marshall ...... 

Mason 

Matsac 

McDonough . . . 

McHenry 

McLean 

Menard.. ...... 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery . . . 

Morgan 

Moultiie 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph 

Richland 

Rock Island. . . . 

Saline 

Sangamon 

Schuyler 1 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson 

Tazewell 

Union 

Vermilion 

Waba^h 

Warren 

Washington 

Wavne 

White 

Whiteside ..... 

Will 

Williamson 

Winnebago. . . . 
Woodford 



Interest. 



Tax. 



Total. 



14*78 94 


' 86,421 66 


213 


53 


, 5,611 21 


895 


28 


5,-341 54 


222 


38 


3,908 13 


877 


40 


9,856 96 


1,001 


51 


10,313 20 


496 


98 


5,924 27 


441 


83 


4,774 83 


374 


49 


4,960 22 


287 


31 


3,066 59I 


617 57 


6,811 41; 


910 


81 


9,157 64' 


906 


43 


11,212 55; 


386 


43 


4,079 31 : 


473 


44 


5,640 88; 


484 


43 


5,064 12 i 


445 


10 


6,038 811 


815 


90 


8,223 141 


226 


33 


2,9t8 461 


750 27 


8,504 37; 


1,356 


33 


12,411 50! 


357 


23 


4,376 411 


146 


96 


2,821 721 


1,170 


29 


11,739 90 


336 


78^ 


3,803 111 


129 


70i 


1,690 531 


2.39 


81 


2,425 76 j 


574 45 


6,498 15| 


363 


93 


4,098 85; 


682 


16 


6,735 26, 


361 


00 : 


4,148 24i 


1,165 


91 


11,995 15j 


559 


76 


5,795 471 


364 


53 


3,670 09! 


580 


72 


7,327 94 


306 


81 


3,391 18: 


1,258 


25 


11,875 OOi 


716 


IS 


7,501 35 


808 


68 


8,414 22 


519 


05 


5,385 70' 


775 


70 


11,-542 51| 


312 


65, 


3,158 49: 


593 


441 


6,492 10; 


511 


49 


5,952 30 


535 


63 


6,775 69. 


532 


11 


5,833 42 


549 


29 


6,785 58} 


1,060 


69! 


11,158 11; 


495 


78 


5,348 35! 


898 


10 


8,733 33 


396 


57, 


4,992 65j 



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5,824 74 
5,736 82 
4,130 51 

10,7-34 -36 

11,314 71 
6,421 25 
5,216 16 
5,334 71 
8,853 90 
7,428 98 

10,068 45 

12,118 93 
4,465 74 
6,114 32 
5,548 55 
6,483 91 
9,039 04 
3,194 79 
9,254 64 

13,767 83 
4,733 64 
2,968 68 

12,910 19 
4,239 89 
1,820 23 
2,665 57 
7,072 60 

4.462 78 
7,417 42 
4,509 24 

13,161 06 
6,355 23 
4,034 62 
7,908 66 
3,697 99 

13,133 25 
8,217 53 
9,222 90 
5,904 75! 

12,318 21 
3,471 14 
7,085 54 

6.463 79 
7,311 32 
6,415 53 
7,334 87 

12,218 80 
5,844 13 
9,631 43 
5,389 22 



Orders for 1857. 



Interest. 



Tax. 



Total. 



$407 85 
181 61 
836 20 
189 14 
746 25 
851 81 
422 69 
375 79 
318 52 
244 37 
525 26 
774 67 
770 94 
828 67 
402 68 
412 03 
378 57 
693 94 
192 50 
6-38 13 
1,153 60 
303 83 
125 00 
995 36 
286 45 
110 31 
203 97 1 
488 59 

309 53 1 
580 20 
307 05 
991 64 
476 09 

310 04 
493 92 
260 95 

1,070 17 
609 13 
687 81 
441 47 
659 75 
265 92 
504 73 
435 04 
455 57 
452 57 
467 18 
902 15 
421 67 
763 86 
337 29 



Total. 



87,219 491 
6,308 35 1 
6,005 18i 
4,393 681 
11,081 59; 
11,594 52; 
6,660 311 
5,367 50; 
5^576 49 
3,447 59' 
7,657 67' 

10,295 39: 

12,605 6I' 
4,586 12! 
6,341 71' 
5,693 28| 
6,789 08; 
9,244 80 
3,337 25: 
9,560 951 

13,953 53 
4,921 13' 
3,172 30: 

13,198 48 
4,388 03| 
1,900 56j 
2,727 13' 
7,305 49 
4,608 08; 
7,572 06 
4,663 62 

13,485 44,' 
6,515 5l| 
4,126 051 
8,238 37' 
3,812 49' 

13,3o0 37' 
8,433 341 
9,459 6li 
6,054 82; 

12,976 56 
3,5.50 89' 
7,298 68^ 
6,691 83 
7,617 51i 
6,614 38 
7,628 63 

12,544 41, 
6,012 85 
9,818 37 
5,612 96 



17,626 84 
6,489 96 
6,341 38 
4,582 82 
11,827 84 
12,446 83 
7,083 00 

5.743 29 
5,895 01 
3,691 98 
8,182 93 

11,070 06 
18,876 55 
4,914 79 

6.744 89 
6,105 31 
7,167 65 
9,938 74 
8,529 75 

10,199 08 

15,107 13 
5,224 96 
8,297 30 

14,193 84 
4,674 48 
2,010 87 
2,931 10 
7,794 08 
4,917 61 
8,152 26 
4,970 67 

14,477 08 
6,991 60 
4,436 09 
8,732 29 
4,073 44 

14,420 54 
9,042 47 

10,147 42 
6,496 29 

13,636 31 
8,816 81 
7,808 41 
7,126 87 
8,078 08 
7,066 95 
8,095 81 

18,446 56 
6,484 52 

10,582 23 
5,950 25 



59,811 38 660,000 00,722,447 29! 50,871 25j743,000 00 792,871 25 



[LH] 



36 



No. 10. 

A STATEMENT of the School Fund Tax, levied on the assessment 
of 2y>"0T^i'ly ■^'^^ l^^^ y^^^"^' 1856, shoiving the aggregate amc/unt charged, 
the amount deducted far abatements, commissions, d^c, the net amount 
collected, the amount jpaid to each county, <&c. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign .... 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland... . 

DeKalb 

Be Witt 

Du Page 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson .... 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson , 

Jersey 

JoDaviees 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake j 

La Salle f 

Lawrence j 



$19 
2 
3 

3 
10 
1 
5 
5 
6 
4 
5 
3 
5 
10 

n\ 

3 
2 

n 

5 
5 
8 
1 
1 
3 
1 
12 



657 68 

478 84 
311 04 
915 93 

389 53l 
354 89 
324 96 
003 69 
467 72 
672 05 



127 06| 
404 76 i 
240 72! 
240 42j 
701 39! 
133 24 
912 41 
308 61 
276 09 
086 22 
503 66 
869 77 
838 20 
974 97 
086 57 
688 57 
528 11 
176 69 
909 39 
7i2 68 
124 79 
670 71 
894 44 
464 51 1 
456 291 
798 97 
189 01 
899 26 
129 23 
099 50 
219 25 
515 61 

720 06 
729 93 

721 39 
163 68 
636 71 
973 98 
665 32 



$1,349 
388 
234 
272 
230 
1,031 

85 
506 
235 
619 
172 
336 
140 
456 
434 
4,817 
191 
172 
468 
414 
346 
463 
100 
143 
168 
117 
707 
168 
325 
289 
251 
650 

78 
173 
404 
400 
284 
223 
171 
215 
947 

95 
671 
348 
302 
814 
315 
746 
252 



$18,307 
2,090 
3,076 
3,643 
3,158 
9,323 
1 , 239 
4,497 
5,232 
6,052 
3,954 
5,068 
3,100 
4,784 

10,267 

66,316 
3,721 
2,135 
6,807 
4,671 
5,157 
8,405 
],737 
1,831 
2,918 
1,571 

11,820, 
3,008 
6,584 
4,432 
1,873 

10,020 
817 
3,290 
7,052. 
6,398 
2,904 
2,676 
2,957 
3,883 

10,271 
1,419 
9,048 
4,380 
5,418 

13,348 
5,320 

13,227 
8.412 



11 






$15,015 92 
1,849 17 

14,257 41 
5,870 38 
4,185 98 
9,860 55 
2,251 50 
4,420 94 
4,581 71 
6,173 46 
5,001 68 
7,224 30 
4,492 40 
4,279 39 
9,209 01 

31,749 51 
6,556 05 
3,74^ 65 
6,923 71 
4,723 90 
5,635 96l 
7,440 61 ! 
2,628 02' 
4,274 53 
6,443 33i 
4,436 061 

13,677 38| 
3,628 65! 
6,841 76 i 
3,997 42 
4,531 21 

10,772 44 
2,211 47 
2,952 13 
6,322 70 
6,863 34 
5,152 38 
4,698 91 
6,264 56 
4,367 34 

10,237 19 
4,035 78 

10,736 35 
6,356 39 
4,617 23 

10,519 50| 
7,787 16: 

15,947 46 
4,348 961 



$3,291 80 
241 48 



76 47 
650 99 



504 79 

1,058 35 

34,566 61 



965 19 



435 27 



729 30 



34 SO 



801 76 
2,829 32 



Statement — Continued. 



[ Lin ] 



Counties. 






Lee 

Livingston . . 
*Logan .... 

Macon 

Macoupin . . 
Madison. . . , 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough. 
McHenry . . . 

McLean 

Menard .... 

Mercer 

Monroe .... 
Montgomery 
Morg- n . . . . 
Moultrie . . . 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope , 

Pulaski 

Putnam . . . . , 

Randolph 

Eichlnid. . . . 
Rock Island , 

Swline , 

Sangamon . . , 
Schuyler. ... 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St Clair 

Stephenson. . 

Tazewell 

Union 

Vermilion .. . 

*Wabash 

Warren 

"Washington . 

Wavne 

White 

Whiteside . . 

Will 

Williamson. . 
Winnebago .. 
Woodford. . . . 



$8,807 61 
4,685 50 
7,871 79 
5,850 68 

10,709 43 

16,664 36 
4,195 38 
5,478 88 
3,545 60 
1,578 30 
8,674 65 
8,984 43 

15,230 01 
5,517 97 
7,734 38 
3,381 40i 
4,654 20| 

11,202 631 
3,023 80 

10,170 05 

15,597 99 
2,466 76 
3,753 74 

12,057 96 
1,055 13l 
1,580 87 
2,834 66! 
4,866 97; 
2,857 48i 

10,516 50( 
1,169 55: 

24,897 55: 
5,277 03i 
2,625 74l 
5,708 63j 
3,983 81,' 

13,834 79i 
8,019 30i 

10,846 73| 
2,853 90| 

12,831 43| 
2,009 12J 
8,320 371 
4,388 05| 
3,054 131 

4,093 06! 

10,093 85 

12,427 03 j 
2,115 34| 

11,755 56! 

6,617 981 



S705 82 
206 30| 

4,963 84! 
227 20| 
625 56i 

1,390 93' 
224 78 
318 77 
377 83 
112 74 
471 88 
688 26 
927 38 
261 30 
448 78 
332 32 
281 04 
430 82 
297 19 
560 36 
827 63 
150 21 
186 23 
667 19 
131 44 
154 60 
174 10 
362 24 
184 81 
616 78 
75 77 

1,115 76 
313 69 1 
119 09' 
712 05 
238 71 
664 38 
511 07 
556 53 
159 74 
846 75 
767 38 
744 20 
231 55 
162 90 
195 62 
785 44 
608 51,; 
220 561 
715 44 
384 23 



$8,101 79 

4,479 20 ! 

2,907 95 i 

4,623 48 

10,083 87 

15,273 43, 

3,970 60; 

5,160 111 

3,167 77! 

1,465 56j 

8,202 77 

8,296 I7i 

14,302 63 

5,256 67 

7,285 60t 

3,049 08; 

4,373 16i 

10,771 81j 

2,726 61 

9,609 6l! 

14,770 36j 

2,316 55 

3,567 51 

11,390 77! 

923 69! 

1,426 27: 

2,660 56; 

4,504 731 

2,672 67 1 

9,899 72 

1,093 78 

23,781 591 

4,963 34! 

2,506 65 

4,996 58! 

3,745 10 

13,170 41' 

7,508 23: 

10,290 20 

2,694 16 

11,984 68 

1,241 74, 

7,576 17! 

4,156 50; 

2,891 64; 

3,897 44 

9,308 41! 

11,818 52; 

1,894 781 

11,040 12! 

6,233 75 i 



O <r>- 

B 



1-s 


,680 


13 




4 


715 
226 
,960 


35 
91 

23 




385 


78 




1 


,391 


36 


3 

1 
1 


,090 
177 
644 


08 
36 
72 




2 


548 67 



1,105 32 
2,358 86 

745 79 



234 80 



3,164 46 



11,786 44 



353 92 

1,295 41 

6 88 

1,875 98 



442 17 
1,084 07 





f 1,132 
2,433 


01 
59 






1,953 


67 


1,792 
1,601 


45 
03 


861 


47 






2,015 
1,665 


04 
65 


241 


85 




2,059 


86 



2,522 83 
660 41 



2,306 79 
1,241 10 



Total. 



706,850 36! 50,175 57 656,674 79 660,000 OO! 95,191 45 



*The amount abated, &c., in the counties of Logan and Wabash, are estimated only, as no 
final settlement has been made with the collectors of those counties, owing to the destruction 
of the books and accounts in the burning of the court houses at Lincoln and Mt. Carmel. 



[LIT] 



No. 11. 



A STATEMENT of the School Fund Tax^ levied on the assessment q 
2yro])erty in the year 1857, shoicing the aggregate amount charged, the 
amount deducted for ahatements, commissions, etc.^ the net amount 
collected, the amount paid to each county, et€. 



Counties. 






Adams 

Alexander . , - , , 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Oalhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign ! 

Christian ! 

Clark 

Clay i 

Clinton } 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland 

De Kalb 

De Witt 

Du Page 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

"Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

* Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper .... . . . . 

Jefiersoa 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence 

Lee 



.$22,285 
3,908 
3,741 
3,552 
3,444 

12,464 
1,693 
6,749 
6,415 

10,428 
4,889 
4,628 
3,514 
6,641 

11,651 

91,363 
3,856 
3,058 
7,294 
5,615 
5,670 

10,655 
2,018 
2,392 
3,087 
2,045 

14,478 
3,472 
7,463 
5,712 
3,719 

16,452 
1,181 
4,070 

10,539 
7,912 
4,362 
3.449 
3,776 
4,757 

11,110 
1,216 

10,124 
5,344 
6,397 

18,264 
5,899 

16,849 
4,554 
7,965 



§965 
177 
166 
227 
215 
955 

75 
273 
144 
803 
158 
245 

96 
661 
333 
5,399 
100 
173 
348 
287 
305 
522 

54 
146 
200 

84 
722 
379 
233 
249 
1,645 
850 

53 
157 
678 
632 
293 
230 
126 
295 
895 

52 
501 
310 
346 
1,233 
260 
919 
505 
495 



91|$21 
88i 3 



741 6 

85 ' 9 

56! 4 

73| 4 

04i 3 



i 

5 
2 

00 15 
1 

20 

71 

87 

68 

19 

22 

94 

45 

51 

50 

03 

74 

24 

81 

55 

69 

82 



319 
730 
575 
325 
228 
509 
618 
475 
270 
624 
731 
382 
418 
979 
318 
964 
756 
885 
946 
327 
365 
133 
963 
246 
887 
961 
755 
092 
230 
462 
073 
602 
127 
916 
8G0 
9.7 



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-$16,881 
2,078 
4,786 
5,475 
4,706 

11,085 
2,531 
4,970 
5,150 
6,940 
5,623 
8,121 
5,050 
4,811 

10,353 



53i $4,438 21 
90 1,651 22 



219 
650 
461 
215 
164 
623 
034 
050 
030 
639 
929 
048 
469 



9 58 
07 
62 
63 
66 
41 
33 



423 45 



61,211 17 
2,150 17 
1,477 71 



912 61 



505 15 
1,119 51 



5 35,694 



,246 
4,209 
7,783 
5,310 
6,336 
S,365 
2,954 
4,805 
7,243 
4,987 

15,376 
4,079 
7,691 
4,494 
5,094, 

12,110 
2,486 
4,443 
7,108 
7,716 
5,792 
5,282 
7,042 
4,909 

11,509 
4,537 

12,070 
8,146 
5,190 

11,826 
8,754 

17 928 
4,883 
7,219 



45 
lOi 
86; 
541 


2,684 17 


06 
16 


1,168 55 

965 10 

50,270 30 


SS! 




9'>| 





80 


16 73 



1,708 131 



968 74; 



3,491 41: 



892 08 
3,739 27 
1,632 09 



2,490 02 

1,324 68 

837 80 

970 82 

'990 99 
2,559 52 
4,356 15 
3,026 35 
1,621 00 
986 81 
461 69 

3,020 67 

1^35873 
526 25 



2,752 



859 75 
5,204 52 



250 34 



436 46 
1,723 45 
2,063 10 
3,392 24 

448 28 
1,293 66 
3,372 85 
2,446 85 
3.111 93 





3 


115 


48 


1 


999 


13 




834 


77 



Statement — Continued. 



[LY] 



978 72 
698 74 
066 87 
602 33 
7?3 00 
185 31 

128 25 

824 61 
678 41 
103 30 
929 27 
431 36 
915 39 
939 56 
476 75| 
581 07! 
867 51 

825 26 
750 46 
782 22 
506 48 
458 01 
691 77 
909 42 
190 54 
927 03 
303 75 
345 08 
221 08 
201 51 

129 98 
071 20 
747 56 
981 01 
875 24 
757 13 
230 48 
643 82 
529 63 
092 19 
319 53 
651 04 
523 38 
447 27 
379 24 
509 83 
614 37 
421 27 
136 69 
518 91 



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$143 55 

386 85 
396 10 
625 00 

1,383 05 
194 90 
363 11 
242 53 
63 05 
944 97 

428 12 
1,000 00 

245 64 
414 61 

387 65 
427 05 
511 37 
427 80 

429 96 
1,192 48 

108 26 
209 63 
655 95 

89 54 
175 39 
143 88 
504 25 
105 97 
1,238 18 
' 67 67 
867 12 
413 02 

58 55 
895 55 
237 23 
654 40 
529 07 
525 31 

109 85 
826 78 
166 87 

1,301 73 
226 78 
126 66 
952 84 
797 24 
572 40 
254 72 
517 25 
353 59 



,835 17 
,311 89 
,670 77 
,977 33 
,349 95 
,990 41 
,765 14 
,582 08 
,615 36 
,158 33 
,501 15 
,431 36 
,669 75 
,524 95 
,087 10 
,154 02 
,356 14 
,397 46 
,320 50 
,589 74 
,398 22 
,248 38 
,035 82 
,819 88 
,015 15 
,783 15 
,799 50 
,239 11 
,982 90 
,133 84 
,262 86 
,658 18 
,689 01 
,085 46 
,637 98 
,102 73 
,700 73 
,118 51 
,419 78 
,265 41 
,152 66 
,349 31 
,296 60 
,320 61 
,426 40 
,712 59 
,041 97 
,166 55 
,619 44 
,165 32 



,308 35 
,005 IS 
,393 68 
,081 59 
,594 52 
,660 31 
,367 50 
,576 49 
,447 59 
,657 67 
,295 39 
,605 61 
,586 12 
,841 71 
,693 28 
,789 08 
,244 80 
,337 25 
,560 95 
,953 53 
,921 13 
,172 30 
,198 48 
,388 03 
,900 56 
,727 13 
.305 49 
,608 08 
,572 06 
,663 62 
,485 44 
,515 51 
,126 05 
,238 37 
,812 49 
,350 37 
,433 34 
,459 61 
,054 82 
,976 56 
,550 89 
,298 68 
,691 83 
,617 51 
,614 38 
,628 63 
,544 41 
,012 85 
,818 37 
,612 96 



823,979 20' 49,087 94 774,891 261743,000 00 140,889 37J108,998 11 






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$1,473 18 



fo,306 71| 
1,277 09 



3,755 431, 



397 64 



4,500 66 



4,825 75 
3,083 63 
1,183 24 



4,111 34 
60 21 



4,636 21 
i,' 076* 08 



I 2,240 45 
2,'522 91 



114 59 
56 02 



4,410 84 
9,777 42 



825 49 

752 36 

267 39 

3,658 90 



2,050 63 



1,083 96 
1,497 56 



1,801 07 
1,552 36 



■^^ The amount of abateBients, commissisns, etc., for the counties of Fayette, Hancock, 
McLean and Macoupin, given above, are estimates onhj^ the accounts of the collectors of said 
counties not having been finally adjusted. 



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TABULAR STATEMENT of the numher and value of dcmiestie 
animals; nmnher and value of enumerated articles; the vabue of mer- 
chandise, hankei's' jprojpeTty , manvfactured articles, moneys and credits, 
honds, stoclis, ti'C. / unenmnerated 2yro2jerty, toicn lots and lands listed 
for taxation in the several counties, for the year 1856, as returned to the 
auditor's office. Illinois. 



Counties. 



j\dams 

City of Quincv. 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone ....;.,. 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland . . . 

De Kalb 

De Witt 

Du Page 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Franklin ...... 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson .... 
Henry ..... . . 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 



Horses. 



Neat Cattle. 



Mules and Asses. 



Xo. 


Value. 


No. 


Value. 


10,024 


$579,838 


30,040 


$382,152 


453 


38,060 


630 


11,629 


644 


20,890 


2,296 


20,060 


3,432 


180,190 


11,090 


138,668 


3,576 


171,681 


12,991 


131,120 


3,191 


187,483 


8,137 


103,375 


9,043 


409,017 


23,568 


233,318 


1,055 


69,755 


4,897 


94,096 


3,324 


222,066 


10,652 


165,900 


3,591 


185,599 


11,946 


145,636 


2,798 


209,430 


9,067 


170,662 


3,003 


148,773 


7,894 


104,242 


4,312 


207,389 


9,325 


104,274 


2,355 


115,606 


7,006 


79,327 


3,221 


169,170 


10,709 


148,881 


6,511 


404,110 


20,101 


295,783 


8,244 


616,992 


40,416 


475,798 


8,594 


161,084 


7,151 


67,370 


1,993 


111,921 


4,744 


64.091 


6,373 


368,238 


19,763 


257,735 


3,487 


212,875 


8,284 


141,700 


4,667 


204,4 57 


20,871 


216,918 


6,805 


369,600 


19,152 


256,180 


1,919 


102,877 


4,877 


50,805 


1,595 


81,971 


5,165 


57,868 


3,446 


182,928 


9,440 


107,854 


2,330 


97,315 


6,633 


73,456 



2,186 
6,432 
2,908 
2,211 
7,487 
819 
2,960 
5,375 
3,345 
2,920 
1,960 
2,876 
3,377 
5,106 
1,458 
6,882 
3,779 
5,288 
10,607 



101,841 
391,450 

190,317 

99,662 
473,098 

38,686 
165,480 
305,655 
223,965 
146,323 

98,556 
192,785 
180,688 
312,195 

65,827 
334,875 
18^,986 
293,644 
653,276 



6,603 
16,260 
11,173 

6,293 
24,247 

3,100' 
10,229 
14,697 
11,462 

7,598 

5,086 
13,602 

8,799 
17,281 

4,824 
25,782 
12,309 
14,202 
24.298 



60,475 
177,054 
153,992 

77,079 
349,867 

36,806 
122,850 
176,597 
196,733 

82,322 

64,025 
120,173 

96,867 
253,689 

45,798 
277,487 
161,840 
164,003 
211,416 



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39 

287 

6 

249 

98 

47 

83 

567 

123 

315 

326 

268 

372 

302 

48 

192 

60 

23 

110 

29 

453 

109 

78 

283 

283 



166 
617 

32 
145 
573 

93 
177 
170 
103 
109 

65 
626 
496 

39 
288 

19 

93 

64 
812 



$79,158 

13,745 

2,900 

18,655 

195 

15,969 

4,728 

4,460 

2,736 

40,155 

8,070 

20,520 

17,385 

15,339 

23,111 

17,740 

2,516 

8,405 

3,255 

1,670 

6,282 

1,102 

17,560 

6,380 

4,265 

12,744 

12,380 



9,657 

49,255 

1,871 

6,690 

41,940 

5,604 

11,107 

13,450 

6,645 

6,255 

3,565 

30,841 

23,853 

3,845 

15,157 

915 

3,280 

3,65o 

19.782 



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Horses 



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Counties. 



No. 



Value. 



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Lake 

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Lawrence. . . 

Lee , . . . 

Livingston . 

Logan. ... 

Macon . . . . , 

Macoupin 

Madison,. . . , 

Marion 

Marshall.. . . , 

Mason , 

Massac 

McDonough . 

McHenry. . . . 

McLean 

Menard . . . . 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery , 

Morgan 

Moultrie 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph . . . 
Eichland. . . . 
Rock Island. . 

Saline 

Sangamon. . . 
Schuyler. . . . 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson.. 
Tazewell . . . 

Union 

Vermilion. . . 

Wabash 

Warren 

Washington . 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside . . 

Will 

Williamson. . 
Winnebago . . 
Woodford. . . . 



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10,732 i 
3,002 
4,535 

2,464 I 

4,736 j 

2,906 i 



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480,-303 
124,689 
272,-376 
138,937 
388,671 
149,635 



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3,251 I 
4,597 I 
3,234 j 
1 , 030 
5 , 762 
6,129 
7,939 
3,988 
4,937 
2,792 
4,275 
6,763 



406,672 
160,800 
241,802 
202,910 
46,812 
417,604 
327,673 
441,0-50 
285,308 
340,712 
155,505 
168,201 
340,322 



6,667 
8,-395 
3,539 
1,817 
8,436 



239,458 
499,476 
133,225 
137,850 
585,530 



23,183 
34,859 

6,800 
12,428 

7,855 
13,343 

8,002 



1*7,529 

10,171 

11,5-34 

8,476 

3,413 

1*,969 

26,956 

25,058 

10,475 

14,879 

9,265 

11,156 

21,654 



18,967 

20,414 

7,622 

5,019 

25,263 



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312,218 I 

6,143 

161,551 I 

108,780 I 

285,679 I 

99,510 I 



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234 

189 



228,768 
121,779 

18,209 
123,350 

36,720 
265,407 
324,496 
402,009 
177,170 
242,653 
117,6-54 

74,353 
280,663 



825 ! 
325 

75 
696 
138 
348 

27 
298 
494 
227 
188 
673 
864 



181,120 
235,489 
91,078 
115,224 
339,670 



304 

274 

74 

843 



§320 
3,870 
9,305 
1,770 
3,0-34 
24,755 
9,728 



49,-500 
16,403 

3,640 
52,220 

8,223 
31,352 

1,465 
22,825 
42,696 
19,361 
12,986 
21,228 
50,822 



1,155 
16,990 
10,844 

6,020 
62,565 



703 ; 
2,555 i 
3,457 I 
2,108 j 
3,776 I 
1,881 I 
9,954 
4,430 
2,304 
4,708 
3,589 



32 
160 
262 

92 
272 

80 
620 
284 

98 
240 
221 



519 

215 

792 

,166 

136 

1,435 

800 

,874 

,468 

514 

522 



2,370 

6,4-34 
14,388 

5,844 
13,168 

4,684 
24,279 
13,269 

6,241 
11,963 

9,272 



6,179 
8,346 
2,704 
8,978 
2,059 
6,592 
4,165 
2,773 
3,536 
4,134 
7,747 
2,431 



311,182 
556,273 
135,860 
564,601 
121,189 
401,453 
213,784 
146,577 
163,013 
301,605 
400,177 
108,440 



4,594 295,310 



18,782 
17,306 

7,209 
23,223 

4,123 
18,588 
15,200 

9,-384 

8,498 
14,932 
32,098 

6,083 



24,690 

69,460 
156,887 

63,075 
218,689 

47,664 
354,301 
181,572 

59,150 
121,986 
122,111 



28 

39 
170 
136 

37 
148 
,249 
178 
198 
248 

60 



213,277 
201,908 

61,247 
354,580 ! 

45,537 i 
275,967 ! 
164,741 I 
124,087 I 

88,730 I 
248,020 I 
389,603 

73,491 I 



40 j 
247 j 
221 i 
290 I 

68 ' 
497 , 
456 1 
196 j 
228 I 

50 I 

65 
156 



12,027 ■ 159,733 



96 



1,825 

2,280 

9,615 

6,255 

5,867 

7,695 

90,465 

14,660 

8,372 

11,921 

3,630 



2,440 

21,811 

14,970 

16,888 

4,809 

33,270 

27,525 

12,445 

13,230 

3,329 

4,000 

6,754 



• ,917 



407,736 23,118,584 ' 1,169,855 15,572,065 i 22,885 ! 1,437,186 



[ LXII ] 



4(5 



Statemen t — C out inued . 



i 

1 

1 


1 

Sheep. j 

j 


Hogs. 

1 


Carriages- 


-Wagons. 


Counties. 


No. 


Value. 


No. 

i 


Value. i 

j 


No. 


Value. 


1 

Adams 

City of Quincy . . . | 

Alexander I 

Bond 


11,773 


$19,234 


54,010 


! 

$111,521 1 
1 


4,589 

382 

226 

1,305 

1,454 

1,101 

3,119 

497 

1,263 

1,423 

573 

992 

1,539 

822 

1,291 

1,891 

4,049 

1,078 

749 

2,214 

1,118 

2,083 

2,184 

723 

630 

1,069 

. 622 


$130,139 
22,711 


755 

4,828 

8,273 

7,3G7 

7,486 

762 

3,519 

4,219 

8,401 

6,738 

10,374 

6,515 

2,869 

21,196 

13,879 

11,491 

5,116 

2,814 

7,134 

25,605 

23,210 

7,635 

3,492 

8,195 

6,544 


795 
6,538 
8,212 
9,060 

11,393 
879 
4,789 
4,235 
9,993 
8,605 

10,772 
6,515 
3,462 

31,204 

16,648 

12,071 
5,120 
9,626 
7,522 

26,032 
■ 27,252 

11,071 
3,492 
8,195 
6,594 


3,962 
15,097 

4,368 
16,722 
10,913 

9,715 

8,944 
17,502 
11,810 
17,593 
21,758 
16,694 
16,107 
35,687 

7,634 
21,975 
12,333 

6,422 
15,268 

4,843 
23,674 
13,380 
12,631 
19,277 
21,087 


12,440 
25,356 
4,972 
28,706 I 
16,355 
14,016 
19,692 
33,189 
80,018 
34,969 
42,529 
23,562 
25,501 
95,045 
17,538 
31,534 
28,277 
11,526 
407,329 
9,462 
60,556 
25,725 
49,049 
22,913 
21,144 


7,845 
44,509 


Boone ...,••.... 

Brown 

Bureau • • 


34,074 
40,412 
84,354 


Calhoun 

Carroll 


19,642 
43,033 
40,330 


Champaign 

Christian 

Clark 


23,171 
42,196 
54,331 


Clav 


29,132 


Clinton 


36,799 


Coles 


88,122 


Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland 

DeKalb 

De Witt 


178,370 
33,822 
24,945 
61,521 
44,135 


DuPao-e . 


49,652 


Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 


82,102 
28,394 
21,215 
34,426 


Franklin 


19,119 


Gallatin 


2,977 

12,254 
866 
5,505 
9,874 
2,553 
4,102 
3,276 
1,839 
4,014 
4,531 

10,845 
2,659 
3,827 
3,3C0 

23,135 
1,767 
7,518 
9,685 

29,719 
4,362 
6,403 
2,054 
2,796 

10,038 
1 10,128 

r, 


2,977 

12,254 

977 

5,505 

13,747 
2,978 
4,995 
3,311 
4,214 
4,074 
4,531 

10,941 
2,688 
5,020 
3,302 

28,261 
1,927 
8,592 
9,715 

34,590 
4,345 
6,990 
2,271 
3,449 

20,358 

11,109 
1 


24,498 

28,608 

2,468 

20,804 

31,018 

8,495 

14,367 

9,584 

7,769 

24,035 

14,862 

10,425 

14,687 

14,857 

14,721. 

6,352 

4,028 

5,831 

39,978 

5,894 

11,303 

1 20,036 

! 4,852 

3,530 

20,383 

12,656 

1 


30,696 
80,151 

5,356 
21,583 
66,834 
11,145 
31,067 
15,004 
20,555 
25,392 
22,496 
26,249 
29,332 
22,407 
15,487 
10,178 

6,361 
13,848 
81,942 

9,998 
15,495 
26,092 

8,369 

6,762 
64,606 
25,369 


592 

1,896 
1,076 

549 
2,975 

349 
1,189 
2,142 
1 , 245 

668 

748 
1,135 
],23l 
2,266 

412 

2,799 

1,413 

1,739 

3,638 

3,132 

: 5,793 

i 947 

1,762 

! 873 

i 1,455 

1 1,008 

1 ' 


22,723 


Greene 


75,681 




31,622 


Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 


14,175 

104,041 
7,237 


Henderson 


39,790 
66,694 


Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 


43,887 
25,882 
23,533 


Jefferson 

Jersey ........ 


31,3i>,8 
46,418 


Jo Daviess 

Johnson 


73,190 
13,482 
75,344 


Kankakee 

K^pndall 


41,222 
53,690 




147,352 


Lake 


54,403 


La Salle 


118,896 


Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston 

Lc^an 


30,264 
57,066 
24,937 
73,295 


Macon 


34,550 






Madison 


3,338 


1 3,888 


1 27,138 


60,160 


3,049 


! 121,760 



47 



[ i-^i" ] 



Statement — Continued. 





Sheep. 


Hogs. 


Carriages- 


-Wagons. 


Counties. \ 








1 


, 




\ 
\ 


No. 


Value. j 


Xo. 1 


Vdue. 


xo. ! 


Value. 


Marion 


7,322 
3,649 


$7,334 
4,427 1 


16,677 j 
6,861 i 


826,916 
9,869 


1,150 j 
1,651 ! 


841,261 


Marsl.all 


48,365 


Ma>.,a 1 


'^■jSeo 


2,560 i 


9,009 i 


14,162 


1,349 i 


39 , 824 


Ma?>ac 1 


1,785 


1,785 1 


10,674 1 


11,826 


349 


11,039 


McDonougli ; 

McHenit ' 


11,282 


16,613 i 


29,453 j 


74,826 


2,261 i 


93,179 


23,979 


30,878 j 


9,462 t 


16,809 


2,782 i 


70,359 


McLean | 


17,611 


20,857 I 


25,855 } 


63,581 


2,708 


110,035 


Menard i 


9,701 


12,554 i 


19,241 j 


55,325 


1,185 


55,590 


Mercer 1 


7,378 
1,517 
9.571 


13,164 ; 

1,980 i 
9,571 ! 


19,963 I 

11,527 

16,390 


46,089 
13,774 
17,020 


1,748 
1,341 
1,443 


71,902 




36,631 


Montffomerv j 


28,975 


Morsan ' 


12,923 


13,553 1 


36,374 1 


90,122 


2,361 


90,903 






' 


i 








Ogle 


9,679 


10,693 1 


13,770 1 


15,593 


2,495 


73,449 


Peoria . . . . . . 


6,445 
5,919 

4,208 
15,271 


6,445 
5,919 
7,126 ' 
15,291 


23,219 1 
8,265 1 
9,322 

47,151 


54,819 

8,265 

25,965 

89,492' 


3,385 
610 
373 

8,538 


118,268 




20,965 


"Piatt 


19,393 


Pike 


140,390 


PODO 















Pulaski 


816 


t 975 


8,811 


10,406 


242 


8,742 


Putnam 


2,675 


\ 2,982 


4,669 


7,963 


979 


32,163 


Randolph 


4,123 


1 4,697 


17,894 


21,172 


1,712 


59,370 


Kichland 


5,792 


5,792 


14,502 


18,272 


804 


25,935 


Rock Island 


3,525 


4,537 


13,118 


20,061 


1,873 


70,280 


Salin- 


3,189 


3,189 


19,488 


20,306 


393 


i 13,113 


Sangamon 


33,044 


i 45,426 


44,375 


125,488 


3,013 


1 143,615 


SchuTler 


8,629 


1 11,498 


24,390 


40,952 


1,608 


j 67,180 


Scott 


4,815 


! 4,815 


10,832 


16,044 


736 


■■ 26,272 


Shelby 


18,106 


j 16,232 


28,328 


47,865 


1,3.59 


1 54,065 


Stark 

St ni-iir 


2,849 


i 5,176 


9,822 


19,362 


1,189 


' 42,630 
i 


Stephenson 


i 9,426 


i 9,453 


18,228 


18,777 


2,589 


75,838 


Tazewell 


7,423 


i 9,274 


20,875 


1 42,626 


2,810 


1 117,513 


Union . . 


i 5,606 
' 41,653 


1 5,591 
j 65,324 


22,682 
' 27,407 


j 22,409 
i 73,648 


I 878 
i 2,567 


1 35,589 


Vermilion 


j 104,057 


Wabash 


3,9S9 


3,994 


13,680 


1 27,817 


i 768 


31,216 


"Warren 


11,302 


14,800 


30,375 


; 62,804 


j 2,089 


81,433 


Washington 


5,436 


! 5,617 


19,342 


i 26,090 


! 1,060 


6,349 


Wavne 


1 8,274 
' 10,456 
i 3,445 
1 14,940 
i 6,193 
1 


! 10,123 
1 10,456 
1 4,222 
1 18,716 
1 6,584 


27,868 
I 34,548 
! 8,257 
' 6,316 

24,315 


1 42,040 
1 42,531 
• 18,221 
! 10,024 
1 25,997 


964 
! 1,019 
1 1,726 
1 2,993 
j 636 


85,311 


White 


1 39,441 


Whiteside 


62,603 


Will 


i 80,695 


Williamson 


\ 20,568 


Woodford 


!""3,'372 


i 3,393 


12,943 


24,061 


: 1,619 


59,972 




1 786,433 


940,034 


1,596,903 


3,375,247 


1 150,342 


5,133,490 



[ Lxir ] 



48 



Statement — Continued 





Clocks — Watches. 


Pianos. 


Goods and 
merchd'se. 


Bankers' 
property. 


Counties. 


Xo. 


Value. 


Xo. 


Value. 


Value. 


Value. 


Adams 


2,944 

711 

233 

832 

1,399 

1,111 

2,766 

278 

1,310 

1,208 

1,087 

689 

1,615 

758 

967 

1,646 

2,427 

990 

625 

2,189 

1,003 

1,694 

1,900 

670 

591 

790 

489 


812,542 

13,293 

2,700 

4,992 

3,947 

6,566 

10,008 

1,891 

7,704 

8,234 

■ 9,103 

5,332 

9,004 

4,326 

2,996 

14,157 

48,938 

5,585 

3,432 

6,521 

7,754 

5,266 

12,689 

3,521 

3,388 

4,484 

2,864 


10 
67 

1 

6 
17 

4 
56 

1 
11 
19 
10 


$860 

9,885 

250 

680 

2,225 

565 

3,708 

50 

'875 

2,290 

1,272 


$90,885 

268,350 
40,215 
50,426 
61,620 
39,980 
96,246 
19,280 
61,076 
77,410 
85,420 
31,325 
90,704 
39,080 
39,788 

129,912 
3,115,482 
34,715 
7,438 
82,012 
57,553 
51,265 

102,322 
24,450 
25,892 
22,045 
16,295 


•^444 


City of Quincy 

Alexander 


6,800 
100 


Boi'.d 




Boone 


47,500 


?3rown 




2,100 


Calhoun , 


Carroll 




Cass 


2 300 


Champaio'n 


300 


Christian 




Clark 


9 

1 

6 

11 


1,878 
150 
875 

1,820 




Clav, 








Coles 


157 125 


Cook 


^^78 886 




1 


125 


85 310 


Cumberlaud 




DeKalb 

De Witt 


11 


1,000 


100 


Du Pac^e 


21 

13 

6 


1,857 

2,400 

590 


109,839 


Edgar 


51 920 






EiSngham 




Fiivette 


3 


590 




Franklin 




Fulton 








Gallatin 


552 
1,351 

913 

429 
3,289 

332 
1,111 
1,960 
1,061 

348 

727 
1,127 

825 
1,446 

307 
3,249 
1,186 
1,372 
3,362 
2,080 
3,951 

813 
1,805 

739 
1,287 

790 


5,783 

11,183 
5,290 
2,199 

20,938 
2,107 
6,636 
9,046 
7,060 
3,948 
4,528 
7,010 
5,642 

10,437 
1,815 

15,708 
6,495 
6,359 

18,144 
8,071 

22,197 
4,657 

11,906 
3,919 

11,627 
5,977 


14 
14 
16 

1 
23 

1 

9 
27 

4 


1,660 
1,755 
1,840 
40 
2,650 

100 
1,110 
4,046 

450 


102,535 
91,547 
76,940 
15,625 

152,112 
18,814 
75,030 

150,442 
39,017 
22,065 
23,720 
46,435 
49,475 

492,776 
20,810 

186,516 
61,238 
61,945 

245,794 
66,436 

289,131 
34,823 

140,558 
15,140 

102,924 
75,195 


419,437 


Grundy 






244,564 




175 






Henderson 








IroQuois ••• 










2 

5 

13 

42 


145 

825 

1,460 

5,805 




Jefi'er^on 






9,000 


Jo Daviess . • • • 


84 342 






Kane ... 


87 
14 
25 
94 

33 
107 


8,866 
1,280 
2,195 
2,785 
1,965 
10,620 


105,796 




1,500 


Kendall 






500 


Lake 


54,820 


La Salle ." . . 


91,973 


Lawrence . • 






55 
3 
9 

12 


6,750 

340 

1,805 

1,270 


21,000 


Livin<^«ton 




Logan 

Macon 




57,273 


Macoupin 





4§ 



[lxv] 



Statemen t — C ou tiniie d . 



Counties. * 


1 
Clocks — .Yatches 


Pianos. 


Goods and 
merchd'se 


Bankers' 
property. 

1 




1 

Xo. 


Value. 


j No. 

j 


Value. 


Value. 


j 

Value. 




2,200 
1,087 
1,437 
1,227 

C05 
2,252 
2,637 
2,607 

940 
1,652 

623 
1,059 
2,074 


-S13,200 
7,728 

11,748 
5,652- 
3,030 

16,186 
9,854 

22,060 
6,415 

11,075 
2,331 
6,878 

16,830 


67 
4 


$8,660 
545 


$381,685 

67,396 

194,214 

76,300 

37,425 

121,479 

113,191 

244,855 

70,345 

92,412 

31,475 

40,183 

191,400 


S76,418 


Marion 


Marshall 




Mason 


2 

11 

40 
27 
2 
5 
3 
4 
69 


300 

600 

2,250 

2,794 

4,250 

300 

1,055 

650 

535 

10,810 




Massac 




McOonough 

McHenry 

McLean . ... 


80 

5,000 

68,000 


Menard 

Mercer 


Monroe 




Montgomery 

Morgan 




15,000 


Ogle 

Peoria 


2,442 

2,706 

311 

385 

3,127 


11,570 

20,818 

1,509 

3,450 

20,534 


20 
85 


2,360 
12,730 


133,338 

564,929 

25,800 

18,300 

190,857 


18,825 
85 050 


Perry 




Piatt 




PiUe 


14 


2,355 




Pope 




Pulaski 


294 

719 
1,544 

791 
1,963 

324 
2,487 
1,554 

214 
1,091 
1,019 


2,713 

4,224 

6,280 

4,831 

16,522 

1,983 

23,528 

11,369 

1,169 

7,464 

4,530 


2 
11 
4 


100 

1,170 

550 


24,990 
33,040 
91,350 
31,450 

240,954 
18,003 

390,879 
76,483 
39,380 
81,610 
27,362 




Putnam 




Randolph 




Richland 




Rock Island 

Saline 


53 


8,117 


31,400 




66 

14 

2 

2 

3 


5 , 946 

2,475 

150 

500 

350 


224 917 


Schuvler 


75 317 


Scott 




Shelby 

Stark 


330 


St. Clair 




Stephenson 


2,548 
2,418 

988 
2,264 

637 
1,928 
1,447 

695 

874 
1,891 
2,787 

428 


10,692 
16,638 

7,707 i 
15,282 1 

4,084 [ 
11,682 
38,971 

4,452 

8,181 
15,862 
17,154 

3,395 


33 

25 

6 

10 

3 

15 

3 

3 

9 

29 

78 


2,385 
3,405 

975 
1,790 

325 
2,830 

450 

230 

1,100 

2,915 

10,045 


157,720 

179,640 

81,500 

94,621 

30,590 

92,075 1 

32,224 i 

35,525 

80,320 

152,719 

152,364 

43,621 


30 000 


Tazewell 


110,079 




Vermilion 


log 946 


Wabash 




Warren 




Washington , 


4,850 


Wavne 


52,486 


White 




Whiteside.. , 

Will 


7,000 
206,505 


Williamson 1 


60,950 










Woodford 


1,347 


7,800 


6 


730 


40,643 








1 


130,805 


882,203 \ 


1,527 


189,439 


f), 432, 831 


3,034,257 



Law Vol.— 9 



[Lxn] 



50 



Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 


Manufactured 
articles. 


Moneys and 
credits. 


Bonds,stocks, 
etc. 


tJnenumerat'd 
property. 


Beductions 


i 


Value. 


Value. 


Value. 


Value. 




Adams 

City of Quincy 

Alexander 


$25,496 
93,586 
4,000 
20,043 
6,270 
9,480 
7,286 


$559,272 

231,911 

12,955 

99,735 

105,584 

164,746 

263,861 

43,306 

170,254 

168,100 

214,323 

112,785 

165,809 

77,980 

106,322 

267,706 

868,337 

26,550 

14,773 

183,321 

130,439 

202,660 

352,367 

90,864 

17,873 

12,644 

40,717 


S2,595 

209 915 

2,000 

2,000 



530* 

1,940 


§173,517 

170,464 

33,008 


$165,254 
39,390 


Bond 

Boone 


55,119 
54,609 


23,704 
30,368 


Burcciu . . ..... 


1,216'870 66'l90 
'71 4^74. 1 o nno 


Calhoun 


Carroll, 

Cass 

Champaign . . 

Christian 


21,205 
11,730 
12,594 
7,730 
29,704 


4,131 
2,000 
1,907 
11,248 
1,000 
3,000 
166,850 


107,163 
81,975 

151,669 
19,945 

128,012 

202,952 
68,043 

333,233 

562,289 
63,704 
41,857 
76,547 
58,814 
80,120 

292,134 
41,451 
33,844 
49,644 
43,272 


97,341 
37,710 
39,649 
27,992 
56,361 
12,105 
18,084 
117,303 


Clark 

Clay 


Clinton 


1,900 
5,950 


Coles 


Cook 


Ci'awtord . . 




550 
950 


10,316 

13,519 

89,140 

416 591 






Be Kalb 


2,506 
7,274 
7,020 
5,089 
1 , 260 
605 
12,230 
5,015 


Be Witt 


Bu Page 




76 '^61 


Edgar 




197 277 




5,520 


12,339 
2,805 


Effingham 


Fayette 






Franklin 

Fulton 




11,377 


Gallatin 

Greene 


11,869 

13,973 

3,365 

2,199 

24,643 

17,058 

500 

5,434 

2,830 

20,030 


42,039 

417,720 

62,741 

23,354 

292,509 

43,370 

93,263 

155,745 

99,199 

92,637 

29,831 

111,962 

140,077 

92,093 

22,921 

280,213 

125,292 

168,321 

538,750 

105,495 

256,420 

32,350 

167,183 

44,325 

383,979 

70,718 


9,025 


81,708 
95,041 
75,677 
29,217 

170,189 
31,184 
63,209 
82,420 
80,289 

143,570 
42,092 
76,807 
76,085 

175,367 
61,531 

163,190 
74,818 

114,883 

249,954 
46,093 

241,370 

251,998 
98,602 
33,638 

169,778 

189,985 


8,650 
46 186 


Grundy 

Hamilton 


2,650 
300 
4,160 
25 
5,400 
2,400 
1,600 


57,077 
9 701 


Hancock 


71,018 
20,131 
13,072 
17 081 




Henderson 

Henrv 


Trnnnois 


64,675 
47 916 








11 561 




6,020 

13,060 

9,268 

100 

32,705 
6,751 
5,815 

19,642 
5,150 

42,042 
1,512 
7,603 
1,575 

10,498 
875* 




22 470 


Jgj-c^gy ^ . , . , 


1,300 
2,950 


22,403 

15,131 

5,235 




Johnson.... 


Kane 


1 , 060 
6,000 
1 , 606 
3,209 
250 
24,735 
3,325 
1,845 


45 7'^ 6 


Kankakee . . 


26,361 
40,834 
48,750 
47,831 
50,610 
13,483 
56,453 
22 199 


Kendall 

Knox 


Lake 


La Salle 


Lawrence 

Lee 


Livingston 


Logan 




157 616 


Macon 


2,415 


35,480 


Macoupin 



51 



[ LXVII ] 



Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 


Manufactured 
articles. 


Moneys and 
credits. 


1 

Bonds, stocks, 
etc. 


Unenumerat'd 
property. 


Deductions. 




Value. 

1 


Value. 

1 


Value. 


Value. 






$29,843 

3,877 



3,650 
2,216 
3,411 
4,753 

17,295 
7,932 

16,029 
3,485 

19,620 


$319,990 
32,656 
129,3-26 
158,320 
19,339 
279,504 
273,022 
503,210 
240,812 
294,393 
114,623 
114,692 
572,638 


$12,680 


$505,432 

215,293 

105,871 

51,949 

38,823 

773,981 

102,225 

326,715 

82,131 

119,097 

99,159 

49,021 

182,306 


$20,243 

5,131 

63,834 

67,163 

4,857 

405,449 

67,037 

46 114 


Marion 


Marshall 

Mason 








McDonough 

McHenry 

McLean 


100 

9,852 

.......... 


Menard 




71,821 
62,803 
12,787 
35,232 
63,230 




4,491 

200 
1,900 




Montgomery 






Ogle_. 

Peoria 


16,682 

10,661 

585 

39,510* 


353,751 

277,977 

30,598 

95,284 

730,261 


100 
15,850 


122,649 
582,049 
45,413 
126,996 
290,800 


82,888 
26 133 


Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 


280 
12,307 


38,992 
163 99 S 


Pope 




Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph 

Richland 


19,395 

4,555 

7,725 

11,945 

67,860 

225 

57,195 

15,991 

6,070 

16,184 

1,567 


54,160 

87,778 

62,807 

80,713 

241,560 

11,367 

874,590 

185,350 

107,658 

190,998 

146,567 


6,627 
2,800 
1,615 


40,456 

112,466 

115,984 

154,388 

173,675 

26,200 

1,229,120 

139,363 

30,933 

83,553 

64,949 


81,616 
12,218 
12,702 
60 101 


Rock Island - 

Saline ' 


84,342 


29,888 


Sangamon 

Schuyler i 


110,135 
5,470 


592,150 
30,090 


Scott 


Shelby 1 

Stark. , . ... 


3,836 
2,475 


5,457 
36 785 


St. Clair. i 




Stephenson 

Tazewell 


13,042 

22,512 

13,822 

10,105 

5,669 

6,944 

4,691 

70 

7,931 

9,748 

15,152 




219,911 

319,323 

132,426 

535,938 

84,318 

252,410 

84,308 

86,915 

76,084 

217,230 

270,000 

33,203 


8,050 


138,200 
260,888 
86,804 
240,461 
38,490 
105,880 
73,538 
43,256 ' 
54,886 ; 
169,605 
201,648 ! 
41,657 i 


38,638 

96,571 

11,161 

150,328 


Union 

Vermilion 

Wabash ' 


2,975 

17,475 

3,935 

2,930 

41,971 

40 

619,031 

6,065 

21,200 


Warren 


93 557 


Washington ' 

Wayne , 


15,139 
"^0 688 


White 1 




Whiteside 

Will 


12,992 

94,097 

5 431 




W innebaco . • . 






Woodford 


4,327 


216,212 


3,899 


101,024 1 


54,985 




1,064,766 


17,695,931 


1,553 022 


13,751,855 1 


5,141,258 



[lxyiii] 



52 



Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 


iPersonal pro- 
1 perty. 


Town lots. 

j 


1 Lands. 


Railroad pro- 
perty. 


Adams 


1 

1 $2,002,394 

1,050,959 
163,158 
623,277 
601,641 
646,858 

2,310,856 
333,847 
733,283 
765,482 
891,986 
579,678 
806,290 
584,864 
775,612 

1,722,604 

6,076,794 
520,509 
291,590 
974,133 
665,086 

1,110,430 

1,504,894 
380,569 
264,658 
470,697 
326,744 

2,306,023 
893,775 

1,370,880 
555,561 
532,491 

1,645,885 
194,883 
607,317 
973,163 
661,769 
524,582 
305,461 
639,906 
653,542 

1,527,753 
261,015 

1,477,388 
660,629 
847,717 

2,253,517 
847,299 

1,863,005 
518,665 
902,397 
600,657 

1,608,504 
698,129 

1,769,535 

2,198,423 
756,857 


$158,951 

2,512,577 

715,955 


$4,053,041 




City of Quincy 




Alexander 


427,506 

1,006,135 

! 924,496 

923,310 
2,608,326 

297,477 




Bond 




Boone 


245,465 

88,242 

266,240 

8,917 


■ ■ * " 


Brown 




Bureau 




Calhoun 


Carroll 




Cass 

Champaign 


291,239 

224,861 
95,539 

260,197 
69,733 
89,153 

318,427 


1,677,311 
2,110,177 
1,372,236 
1,635,926 
965,762 
1,703,267 
3,300,310 




Christian •. . . 




Clark 




Clay 




Clinton 




Coles 




Cook 


$2,161,137 


Crawford 


101,894 

17,976 

174,205 

195,879 

113,341 

193,855 

50,929 

67,373 

86,972 

25,020 

553,838 

164,511 

15,287 

279,184 

26,708 


1,327,466 

795,922 

2,261,695 

1,668;739 

1,529,090 

2,735,024 

487,602 

640,171 

980,149 

491,942 

3,348,774 

530,693 

1,927,750 

1,261,225 

493,496 


Cumberland 




DeKalb 




DeWitt 




DuPage 


221,041 


Edgar 

Edwards 


Effinoham 


Fayette 




Franklin 




Fulton 





Gallatin 


Greene 


251,376 


£-rundy 


Hamilton 


Hancock 




Hardin 


2,863 

205,695 

343,478 

67,791 

54,587 

38,712 


230,652 

908,873 
2,042,239 
2,642,633 

983,266 

1,105,457 

8,788 

1,262,412 

1,808,195 

462,600 
2,056,962 
1,478,502 
1,899,902 
3,621,511 
1,474,517 
3,622,405 
1,166,354 
2,578,925 
1,712,842 
2,087,702 
1,502,910 
3,210,817 
3,934 311 
1,181,435 




Henderson i 




Henry 

Iroquois 1 


340,223 


Jackson 




Jasper 

Jefferson . i 




Jersey 


129,990 

2,175,544 

15,475 

8*81,542 

227,487 

107,616 

824,002 

309,999 

1,066,162 

59,189 

717,089 

41,700 

239,399 

226,295 

311,269 

1,910,000 

147,440 


Jo Daviess 


Johnson 




Kane 

Kankakee 


445,319 


Kendall 




Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 


349,320 
191,803 
433,039 


Lawrence ......... 


Lee 


192,902 
236,020 
223,145 


Livingston 

Logan 




Macoupin 




Madison 




Marion 





53 

Stutem ent — C ontinned . 



[lxix] 



Counties 



Personal pro- 
! pi-Tty- 



Town lota 



Lands. Railroad pro- Total value of 
j perty. , real and per- 
I I sonal prop'v. 



Marshall . . . 

ilason 

Massac. .... 
McDonough 
McHenry. . . 
McLean .... 

Menard , 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Moultrie . . . , 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph . , . 

Richland 

Rock Island.. 

Saline 

Sangamon. . . 
Schuyler . . . . 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark' 

St. Clair 

Stephenson. . 

Tazewell 

Union 

Vermilion . . . 

Wabash 

Warren 

Washington . 

Wa-vue 

White ...... 

iVhiteside . . . 

Will 

Williamson. . 
Winnebago. . 
Woodford . . . 



$803, es? 

604,034 
212,981 
1,690,523 
1 , 225 , 331 
2,200,628 
964, '756 
1,209,629 
577,666 
497,325 
1,813,759 
502,720 
1,081,143 
2,418,663 
348,068 
515,896 
2,355,569 
203,172 1 
195,981 I 
508,883 I 
788,1-J2 I 
434,671 I 
1,426,112 
280,283 
3,704,251 
1,082,864 
401,426 
871,601 ' 
625,446 
1,462,210 
1,172,329 I 
1,765,319 I 
590,714 : 
2,073,488 I 
401,973 I 
1,250,921 ' 
719,970 ! 
562,809 i 
1,212,049 i 
1,225,348 < 
1,703,186 
424,660 
1,279,839 
872,036 



§369,151 
107,634 
126,539 
288,962 
212,795 
854,423 
154,473 
213,484 
114,524 

57,611 
710,161 

44,973 

349,519 

2,252,524 

25,743 

30,442 
498,193 



$426,324 
390,955 



226,606 



§1,566,656 

990,556 

442,431 
2,328,-390 
2,619,797 
4,163,205 
1,636,175 
2,417,746 

998,514 
1,482,810 
3,077,399 

917,279 : i 



3,539,385 
3,122,146 
837,040 
1,329,522 
3,174,659 



124,400 



42,031 
85,741 
285,393 
98,971 
1,951,455 
7,850 
2,032,681 
184,120 
135,396 I 
120,970 i 
68,110 ! 
1,161,315 ! 
622,003 I 
463,833 ; 
138,051 i 
221,685 I 
111,505 1 



503,302 

822,756 
1,357,947 

895,098 
1,858,595 

346,902 
6,711,740 
1,372,044 

776,048 ! 
1,458,466 
1,293,525 
4,355,737 
2,114,681 I 
3,105,208 

689,983 

4,07H,649 

491,083 



10), 135 j 
52,178 I 

139,349 { 

830,699 ! 

734,845 I 

40,126 1 

1,112,106 I 

90,i)66 I 



1,362,632 

900,243 

687,432 

2,754,999 

3,775,485 

588,878 

3,221,999 

2,339,900 



104,108,235 44,776,557 168,974,270 



99,728 
90,000 



235,882 



82,739,444 
1,762,224 
781,951 
4,3i'7,875 
4,484,250 
7,609,211 
2,755,404 
3.840,859 
1,690,704 
2,264,352 
5,601,319 
1,464,972 
5,094,047 
7,793,333 
1,210,851 
1,876,860 
6,028,421 
527,568 
741,314 
1,417,380 
2,431,482 
1,428,740 
5,258,254 
585,035 
12,448,672 
2,638,628 
1,312,870 
2,451,037 
1,987,081 
6,979,262 
4,008,741 
5,424,360 
1,418,748 
6,371,822 
1,004,561 
3,786,578 
2,182,737 
1,515,230 
2,038,830 
5,046,928 
6,213,516 
1,053,664 
5,870,836 
:;,3u2,002 



6,639,220 i 349,951,272 



[lxx] 



54 

]S[o. 14. 



TABULAR STATEMENT of the nmnher and value of domestic ani^ 
'iiials^ and average value j>er head ^' number and value of enmnerated 
articles, and average value of each article ; the value of merchandise, 
bankers' projyerty, manufactured articles, moneys and credits, bonds, 
stocks, etc., unenumeraied jyroiperty, town lots and lands, listed for 
taxation in the several counties, for the year 1857, «5 retuimed to the 
auditor'' s office, Illinois. 




Adams 

Cit}' of Quinej 
Alexander . . . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau ...... 

Calhoun .... 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign . . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crav/ford. . . . . 
Cumberland . . 

Be Kalb 

Be Witt 

BuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham . . . . 

Eayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson.. . . 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefterson 

Jersey 

Jo Baviess. . . . 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee . . . 
Kendall 



10,031 

4V4: 

580 
3,598 
3,543 
3,348 

10,607 
1,174 
3,813 
3,455 
3,867 
3,300 
4,594 
2,344 
3,368 
6,8-18 

10,627 
3,341 
2,138 
7,002 
3,625 
5,193 
7,270 
1,981 
1,556 
3,718 
2,370 

11,136 
2,071 
6,979 
3,188 
1,773 
8,212 
793 
3,099 
6,016 
3,868 
3,056 
1,972 
4,054 
3,413 
5,462 
1 , 545 
7,206 
4,259 
6,114 



$533 
83 
30 
206 
155 
171 
407 
75 
225 
197 
258 
156 
209 
126 
192 
474 
579 
154 
120 
321 
203 
213 
412 
107 
82 
162 
101 
668 
106 
424 
199 
100 
579 
89 
178 
821 
245 
179 
114 
215 
183 
288 
73 
348 
177 
286 





Average 
yahie. 


No. 


109 


$56 


14 


28,579 


095 


69 


82 


614 


173 


52 


02 


2,396 


567 


57 


41 


11,763 


813 


43 97 


13,289 


520 


51 


23 


8,773 


254 


40 


45 


24,551 


153 


64 


01 


6,114 


080 


59 


02 


11,286 


769 


57 


24 


11,458 


195 


66 


76 


10,580 


427 


47 


40 


8,790 


389 


45 


57 


12,084 


672 


54 


04 


7,056 


392 


57 


12 


8,326 


075 


69 


22 


19,881 


459 


54 


05 


39,197 


553 


46 


54 


7,248 


014 


53 


13 


5,458 


241 


44 


60 


20,773 


577 


56 


15 


8,723 


492 


41 


11 


19,919 


338 


56 


71 


17,440 


145 


54 


08 


4,891 


592 


53 


07 


5,639 


508 


43 


70 


11,100 


791 


42 


94 


7,387 


873 


60 


06 


27,686 


437 


51 


39 


7,382 


891 


60 


88 


16,371 


893 


62 


70 


11,325 


831 


56 


87 


6,295 


982 


70 


62 


28,021 


007 


49 


18 


3,128 


530 


57 


60 


11,382 


563 


53 


45 


14,851 


261 


63 


40 


11,739 


162 


58 


62 


8,447 


168 


57 


89 


5,984 


387 


53 


12 


15,261 


786 


53 


84 


19,355 


057 


52 


73 


17,986 


221 


47 


39 


4,972 


977 


48 


42 


26,065 


272 


41 


62 


12,356 


122 


55 


94 


14,256 



$329,923 
9,620 

81,654 
131,025 
129,404 

91,501 
254,833 
108,213 
163,325 
152,346 
192,424 
113,161 
114,380 

84,445 
152,266 
831,303 
441,359 

73,341 

76,164 
215,334 
122,984 
191,152 
230,947 

54,150 

63,874 
119,290 

80,562 
316,000 

64,601 
184,526 
147,898 

87,834 
374, 671 

89,192 
139,210 
169,159 
191,511 
107,239 

79,311 
145,000 
160,686 
237,209 

53,230 
271,217 
132,142 
158,234 



00 



Statement — Continued, 



Counties. 



Knos 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence . . . . 

Lee 

Livingston . . . 

Logan 

ilacon 

Macoupin . . . . 

iladison 

Marion 

Marshall . . . . , 

Mason , 

Massac 

McDonough . , 
McHt-nry .... 
McLean . . . , , 

Menard , 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery . . 

Morgan 

Moultrie 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Pintr 



Horses. 



Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam . . . 
Randolph. . . 
Richland . . . 
Rock Island 

Salin-j 

Sangamon . 
Schuyler . . . 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark . . 

St. Clair.... 
Stephenson . 
Tazewell . . . 

Union 

Vermilion... 
Wabash .... 
"Warren . . . . 
Washington 
Wayne .. . . . 

White 

Whiteside. , . 

Will... 

Williamson.. 
Winnebago.., 
Woodford . . 



Xo. 



11,050 
5,093 

13,482 
3,086 
5,239 
3,306 
5,105 
3,401 
8,3'75 
6,500 
3,444 
4,896 
2,936 
974 
6,923 
6,427 
8,744 
4,123 
5,218 
2,021 
4,707 
6,824 



Value. 



7,967 
8,888 
2,955 
1,950 
8,493 
1,478 
729 
2,695 
4,419 
2,137 
4,051 
1,995 
9,708 
4,482 
2,290 
4,902 
4,005 



6,710 
8,524 
2,725 
9,594 
2 , 030 
7,542 
3,754 
2,891 
3,483 
5,149 I 
8,624 \ 
2,220 ■' 
7,368 \ 
5,168 ' 



230 
540 
164 
256 
170 
410 
160 
419 
432 
198 
246 
183 
45 
445 
281 
477 
310 
341 
138 
162 
384 



245 
492 
132 
151 
626 
72 
37 
133 
267 
105 
300 
82 
548 
274 
103 
258 
221 



330 
568 
134 
540 
104 
453 
207 
156 
181 
275 
429 
112 
270, 
319, 



042 
478 
323 
590 
193 
909 
457 
952 
744 
580 
802 
416 
201 
098 
527 
970 
872 
960 
261 
770 
926 



Average 
value. 



858 
958 
350 
965 
214 
355 
844 
524 
191 
210 
991 
728 
105 
860 
542 
241 
332 



488 
834 
965 
627 
407 
006 
700 
480 
606 
231 
92? 
229 
471 
778 



§57 74 

45 43 
40 07 

53 33 

48 90 
51 69 
80 40 

49 33 

50 11 
66 55 
57 72 
50 33 
62 39 

46 30 

64 35 
43 87 

54 65 
75 42 

65 40 
68 m 
34 61 
56 31 



30 85 

55 46 

44 78 
77 93 

73 73 

48 95 

51 91 

49 54 

60 46 
49 23 

74 30 
41 46 

56 45 

61 32 

45 21 

52 68 
55 26 



49 25 
66 73 
49 52 
56 35 

51 43 

60 06 
55 32 
54 12 

52 14 

53 45 

49 85 

50 55 
36 70 

61 87 



467 .,531 25.434,171 54 40 1.851,209 



Neat Cattle. 



No. 



26,231 
22,507 
34,341 

7,174 
13,240 

8,649 
13,209 

8,728 
22,583 
18,003 
10,644 
11,637 

7,419 

3,393 
23,859 
26,338 
22,228 

9,883 
15,844 

9,016 
12,007 
20,080 



22,013 

20,974 
7,720 
5,012 

24,692 
4,769 
2,276 
5,885 

13,930 
6,579 

12,967 
5,108 

21,795 

13,747 
5,809 

12,239 
9,901 



20,052 
16,970 

8,083 
21,055 

4,137 
20,299 
13,227 

9,864 

9,o;-:6 

17,362 
32,466 
6,784 
20,079 
12,728 



Value. 



$361 
254 
305 

84 
126 
118 
257 
120 
224 
235 
158 
119 
108 

39 
249 
269 
296 
161 
222 

90 
102 
277 



180 
233 

90 
103 
351 

61 

28 

58 
153 

75 
222 

12 
284 
171 

58 
131 
113 



206 
219 

73 
285 

38 
316 
152 
138 
104 
190 
396 

76 
186 
163 



577 
106 
877 
002 
685 
680 
757 
012 
923 
175 
980 
231 
947 
383 
743 
408 
241 
373 
592 
847 
965 



181 
881 
175 
508 
435 
876 
710 
631 
615 
612 
399 
974 
522 
100 
193 
222 
351 



071 
427 
530 
359 
917 
221 
228 
597 
031 
110 
202 
652 
891 
966 



16,171,830 



[ LXXII ] 



56 



Statement — Continued. 



Mules and Asses. 



No. 



Value. 



Average 
value. 



Sheep. 



No. 



1,508 
212 

47 

248 

9 

315 

179 

85 

30 
588 
164 
538 
348 
269 
348 
300 

71 
173 

81 

30 

85 

16 
274 
119 

96 
296 
373 
316 
186 
786 

26 
138 
798 

68 
215 
167 
103 
165 

90 
702 
483 

41 
266 

38 
134 

77 
867 

27 
144 
178 

42 

89 

567 

286 

1.437 



8103,928 

17,830 

3,760 

14,905 

365 

22,115 

21,727 

6,410 

2,095 

47,815 

10,443 

33,000 

16,450 

16,990 

26,827 

13,770 

4,265 

9,317 

6,707 

1,629 

4,890 

855 

14,357 

8,295 

5,310 

15,604 

17,919 

20,943 

11,454 

64,215 

2,240 

8,910 

69,127 

3,967 

14,455 

9,074 

6,967 

11,070 

6,045 

41,701 

29,877 

2,8'?5 

14,976 

1,770 

5,755 

4,030 

21,721 

2,020 

6,759 

11,116 

2,080 

4,725 

54,310 

16,950 

92,000 



§68 92 
84 10 

80 00 

60 10 
40 55 
70 20 

121 37 

75 41 

69 83 

81 31 
63 61 

61 33 

47 27 

63 15 

76 81 
79 23 

60 06 

53 85 

70 45 

54 16 
57 52 

53 43 
52 36 

69 70 

55 31 
52 71 

48 04 

66 27 

61 58 
81 69 
86 15 

64 56 
86 62 
61 98 

67 23 

54 33 
67 64 
67 09 
67 16 
59 40 

61 85 

70 12 

56 30 
46 57 
42 94 

52 33 
59 20 
74 81 
46 93 

62 44 
48 33 

53 11 
95 78 
59 00 
64 02 



17,200 

25 

823 

4,543 

7,089 

7,312 

4,430 

842 

2,798 

3,182 

5,860 

7,495 

12,638 
6,744 
3,225 

16,219 

11,212 

11,829 
5,529 
6,185 
5,192 

19,459 

23,848 
7,523 
8,443 
7,970 
7,073 

28,476 
3,314 

11,134 
900 
5,141 
9,207 
2,683 
3,849 
3, 125 
.5,294 
4,273 
5,452 

11,613 
2,515 
2,473 
3,467 

17,196 
1,665 
5,365 
7,886 

25,-456 
4,398 
6,243 
1,766 
2,C03 
9,336 
3,679 
8,957 



Value. 



$17,200 

30 

824 

5,693 

7,151. 

7,312 

4,959 

1,156 

3,375 

4,826 

7,322 

9,338 

12,638 

7,104 

4,930 

20,368 

13,485 

12,197 

5,535 

6,215 

6,58.5 

28,999 

27,164 

11,850 

3,443 

7,978 

7,073 

34,586 

3,314 

11,134 

1,058 

5,141 

10,672 

2,886 

4,905 

5,103 

8,576 

5,315 

5,452 

11,613 

2,485 

2,710 

3,467 

19,209 

1,675 

6,295 

11,314 

29,501 

4,975 

7,160 

1,733 

2,891 

14,385 

6,833 

9,000 



57- 



[ LXXIII ] 



statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



Mules and Asses. 



No. 



Value. 



Average No. 

value. 



Sheep. 



Value. j Average, 
value. 



Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Murion 

Massac 

McDouough . . 

McUoiiry 

McLean '. . . 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Moultrie 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike ■ 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph 

Richland , 

Rock Island '■. 

Saline I 

Sangamon I 

Schuyler I 

Scott 1 

Shelby i 

Stark I 

St. Clair ' 

Stephenson j 



Tazewell 
Union 

Vermilion .. 
Wabash. . . , 
Warren . . . . 
Washington 

Wayne 

Whice 

Whiteside .. 

Will 

Williamson. 
Winnebago. 
Woodford . . 



900 

414 

93 

833 

165 

554 

49 

278 

521 

336 

185 

750 

1,129 



S54,000 
35,194 

5,330 
65,12Y 

9,420 
49,135 

2,154 
18,965 
48,667 
22,185 

9,700 
15,309 



37 
385 
310 
114 

1,177 
101 
30 
46 
216 
186 
117 
215 

1,206 
246 
220 
331 
103 



1 , 382 

23,477 

10,950 

9,140 

117,281 

7,314 

2,285 

2.450 

12,760 

9,520 

8,566 

9,967 

90,850 

18,897 

10,190 

17,491 

6,045 



S6o 00 
85 00 
57 31 
78 18 
57 09 
88 69 
43 95 
68 21 
93 56 
66 02 
52 43 
20 52 
72 94 



3,200 

7,826 

2,289 

2,106 

1,936 

10,312 

22,4i5 

15,027 

11,130 

4,140 

1,311 

10,623 

10,008 



84,300 

7,843 

2,379 

2,106 

2,002 

15,444 

25,008 

15,728 

14,794 

4,944 

1,513 

10,623 

11,723 



35 
334 
240 
214 

99 
559 
470 
207 
257 

49 

71 
174 

79 
109 



37 35 
60 98 
»35 32 
80 17 
99 64 

72 41 
76 16 
53 26 
59 07 

51 18 

73 21 
46 35 

75 33 

76 81 
46 31 

52 84 
58 68 



6,627 
7,059 
6,040 
2,312 

13,347 
4,233 
779 
2,198 
3,547 
5,973 
3,939 
4,491 

27,715 
8,194 
4,532 

16,240 
2,816 



6,800 
8,968 
6,230 
2,974 

15,913 
5,628 
921 
2,365 
4,234 
5,973 
3,939 
4,491 

37,135 

10,497 
4,532 

16,341 
2,946 



2,095 

30,764 

16,555 

11,579 

5,138 

45,836 

28,558 

10,987 I 

16,503 I 

2,980 I 

3,594 

S,595 

3,271 

9,075 



59 85 
92 10 
68 97 
54 10 
51 89 

82 00 

60 76 
53 07 
64 21 
60 81 
50 62 
49 39 
41 40 

83 25 



8,424 

7,187 

5,599 
31,477 

3,954 
11,437 

4,937 
10,534 
10,720 

2,303 
12,473 

7,535 
10,122 

3,085 



8,518 
8,818 
5,625 i 

42,024 ' 
3,956 

16,731 ! 
4,955 i 

11,827 j 

10,720 
2,348 j 

15,492 j 
7,535 1 
8,505 I 
3,120 I 



81 34 

1 00 

1 03 

1 00 

1 03 

1 49 

1 11 



1 04 
1 32 
1 19 
1 15 
1 OO 
1 17 



1 02 

1 27 



1 43 
1 00 
1 33 
1 28 
1 00 
1 00 
1 04 



1 01 
1 22 
1 00 
1 33 
1 00 



28,822 I 1,969,284 ; 68 18 760,602 



!1,126 



1 16 



law Yol.— Id 



[ Lruv ] 



58 



Statement — Contiuued. 



Hogs. 



No. 



60,060 

1,100 

4,664 
15,547 

3,808 
18,05Y 
11,529 

9,466 

7,592 
21,904 
14,639 
22,815 
28,257 
18,738 
18,282 
46,963 

6,622 
27,222 
13,807 

6,131 
16,431 

4,629 
32,789 

6,918 
11,657 
19,748 
21,623 
60,828 
20,625 
36,523 

2,787 
19,211 
41,789 

9,567 
16,937 

9,138 

8,435 I 
26,991 I 
18,083 I 
29,106 
14,872 ■ 
11,363 i 
17,408 I 

5,951 ! 

4,904 

6,424 
36,750 

5,371 
13,154 
23,575 

4,974 

4,244 
25,765 
16,330 
88.379 



Value. 



CaiTiao;es and Waj 



Average! 
value 



§113,687 
2,400 
9,801 
25,576 
7,615 
34,969 
24,469 
14,656 
19,214 
65,911 
36,262 
46,490 
43,690 
35,177 
28,271 
148,264 
17,441 
46,199 
30,531 
13,443 
40,944 
10,035 
85,733 
32,852 
15,384 



26,088 
22,566 

141,939 

26,395 

85,255 

7,546 

20,723 

129,593 
12,552 
48,975 
27,349 
21,949 
39,683 
40,647 
43,445 
30,117 
16,353 
17,720 
11,929 
8,180 
22,594 

114,660 
10,415 
24,745 
53,260 
6,289 
8,540 
96,864 
29,562 
71.951 



1 07 



60 

47 

24 

49 

2 02 

1 43 

1 01 



2 01 

3 75 
1 32 

1 87 



No. 



Value. 



4,259 

401 

227 
1,227 
1,384 
1,242 
3,450 

500 
1,418 
1,473 
1,437 
1,214 
1,024 

865 
1,328 
2,177 
4,650 
1,031 

789 
2,440 
1,142 
2,135 
2,199 

775 

643 
1,072 

656 
4,365 

608 
2,066 
1,144 

495 
3,574 

243 
1,396 
2,043 
1,469 

832 

761 
1,197 
1,233 
2,325 

450 
2,881 
1,738 
1,816 
4,021 
2,334 
6,312 

999 
1,990 
1,113 
1 , 605 
1,281 
2.961 



Average 
value. 



$137,990 
21,760 
8,735 
42,410 
28,419 
37,364 
92,848 
18,306 
45,053 
49,327 
53,851 
44,167 
55,670 
33,802 
39,430 
95,600 

198,241 
31,677 
26,964), 
62,223 
46,355 
48,705 I 
79.220 I 
30,939 
22,253 
37,415 
20,313 

160 656 
22,514 
82,833 
34,308 
14,626 

127,310 
7,184 
51,980 
62,496 
49,339 
32,375 
28,116 
45,928 
36,022 
71,228 
14,461 
78,340 
42,744 
57,735 

152,866 
56,322 

124,231 
37,486 
51,656 
29,475 
79,080 
43,904 
94,325 



5^ 



[lxxt] 



Statement — Continued. 





Hogs. 


Carria 


ges and Wagons. 


Counties. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


Xo. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 




28,400 
22,363 

8,078 
10,891 
10,113 
34,241 

7,335 
26,892 
22,918 
23,202 
10,015 , 
22,209 
40,053 


856,800 
57,603 '•■ 

16,913 : 

19,087 ; 

12.085 i 
103,240 
15,774 
65,534 ' 
72,854 
54,539 
10,464 
23,793 
112,927 


12 00 
2 57 

2 09 
1 74 

1 19 

3 01 

2 15 

2 40 

3 18 
2 35 
1 04 

1 07 

2 81 


3,071 
1,237 
1,760 
1,391 
352 
2,669 
2,935 
3,011 
1,317 
1,996 
1,152 
1,677 
2,429 


$125,750 
47,371 
56,064 
44,758 
10,995 
99,806 
66,811 
113,755 
61,252 
73,672 
29,706 
42.365 
89,108 


S40 94 


Mfirion 


38 29 


Marslall 

Mason 


31 85 

32 17 


Massac 

McDonough 

McHeiirv 


31 23 
37 39 
22 76 


McLean ... 

Menard 


37 78 
46 50 
36 90 




25 78 


Montgomery 


25 26 
36 68 






O^le 

Peoria 

Perry 


13,149 

34,961 

7,950 

9,022 

50,466 

14,080 

9,214 

4,356 

16,488 

18,194 

11,082 

19,590 

50,044 

24,768 

14,015 

32,122 

10,511 


14,019 

86,138 

7,740 

24,190 

135,432 
19,918 
13,254 
7,872 
18,644 
27,686 
28,236 
19,070 

144,521 
52,476 
21,075 
58,576 
30,594 


1 06 

2 46 
97 

2 68 
2 68 
1 41 
1 43 
1 80 
1 13 

1 52 

2 41 
97 

2 88 
2 11 
1 50 

1 82 

2 91 


3,059 

3,598 

650 

545 

3,402 

386 

300 

935 

1,825 

891 

1,987 

484 

3,027 

1,668 

797 

1,524 

1,364 


62,509 

123,048 

20,980 

28,914 

141,357 

12,355 

9,390 

28,430 

49,:36 

30,552 

78,103 

16,409 

140,420 

67,363 

28,240 

59,575 

44,705 


20 43 
34 22 
32 27 


Piatt 


53 05 


Pike 


41 55 


Pope 


32 00 


Pulaski 


31 32 
30 40 


Ra'^dolph 


26 97 


Richland 


34 40 


Rocklsland 

Saline 


39 30 
33 90 


San^'amon 


46 38 


Schuyler .... .... 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark" 

St CWw 


40 38 
35 43 
39 u9 
32 77 


Stephenson 


15,444 

25,549 

24,093 

31,667 

16,246 

37,200 

18,789 

28,492 

30,466 

7,711 

6,640 

20,942 

6,888 

15,664 


16,879 
55,172 
25,151 
70,951 
35,840 
105,240 
20,109 
48,707 
54,700 
17,066 
\ 10,416 
20,892 
14,126 
39,387 


1 09 

2 15 

1 04 

2 24 
2 20 
2 82 
1 07 
1 70 

1 79 

2 21 

1 56 
99 

2 05 
2 51 


2,844 
3,629 
1,022 
2,739 

822 
2,634 
1,416 
1,059 
1,066 
2,244 
3,153 

631 
3,122 
1,820 


80,717 

128,585 

39,575 

103,306 

30,003 

102,011 

47,006 

35,007 

42,814 

59,018 

81,313 

20,313 

73,406 

62,670 


28 38 
35 43 


Union 

Vermilion 

Wabash 

Warren — 

Washington. ... 

Wavne 


38 72 

37 71 
36 50 

38 72 
33 19 
33 05 


"White 


40 16 


Whiteside 


26 30 


Will 

Williamson 

Winnebago 

Woodford 


25 78 
32 99 
23 51 
34 43 




1,893,585 


■ 4,032,588 


2 13 


173,580 


! 5,806,415 


83 45 



[ LXXYI ] 



60 



Statement — C ontinued. 



Counties. 



Adams 

City of Quincy 
Alexander . . . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign. . . 
Christian . — 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook . . .>^. . . . 
Crawford .... 
Cumberland . . 

De Kalb 

De Witt 

Du Page .... 

Edgar 

Edwards 

EfBngham 

Fayette 

Franklin , 

Fulton , 

Gallatin 

Greene , 

Grundy , 

Hamilton . . . . , 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson . . . 

Henry 

Iroquois , 

Jackson , 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess . . . , 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston . 

Logan 

Macon 



Clocks an 3 Watches. 



No. 



Value. 



Average 
value. 



3,419 

829 

201 

671 

1 , 251 

1,153 

3,186 

239 

1,449 

1,203 

1,421 

835 

l,6t3 

'728 

983 

1,592 



752 
652 

2,436 

1,093 

1,804 

2,152 
644 
570 
905 
491 

3,705 
545 I 

1,304 1 
976 i 
359 I 

3,507 { 
284 i 

1,248 ; 

1,917 I 

1,274 ! 
837 I 
698 ■ 
991 I 
812 

1,379 ! 
383 I 

2,560 ! 

1,199 ! 

1,223 ! 

3,422 ! 

2,126 i 

4,118 i 
882 I 

1,991 I 
965 ' 

1,346 

1,144 



$14,330 

12,956 
2,435 
4,788 
3,698 
6,421 

12,428 
1 , 852 
7,541 
8,650 

11,804 
6,300 
8,215 
5,220 
4,212 

15,003 



4,563 
3,312 
5,648 
6,954 
5,020 

15,590 
3,212 
3,040 
4,347 
2,891 

18,515 
5,954 

10,798 
5,577 
2,159 

22,172 
2,166 
7,822 
8,789 
8,256 
6,020 
4,440 
6,193 
5,157 
9,420 
2,540 

12,613 
5,676 
5,611 

21,835 
7,021 

21,413 
5,172 

10,325 
5,029 

13,266 

10,350 



S4 19 
15 62 
12 11 



7 54 

5 do 

7 17 
4 28 
9 42 



6 06 

5 07 
2 31 

6 36 



4 80 

5 88 
4 99 

10 92 
8 28 

6 02 
6 01 

6 32 

7 62 
6 26 
4 58 

6 48 

7 19 
6 36 
6 24 
6 35 
6 83 



Pianos. 



No. 



12 
90 

1 

9 
32 

2 
77 

3 
20 
18 
26 

2 
11 

1 

7 
16 



Value. 



$1,255 
11,990 

250 

990 
2,310 

450 
6,665 

300 
1,915 
2,310 
2,185 

300 
2,200 

200 
1,075 
3,010 



50 



20 I 

25 i 

16 

10 



1,125 

150 

2,257 

3,035 

845 



950 



6 
4 
4 
4 
6 
3 
5 

5 86 
5 18 
5 21 
9 85 
9 54 



4,188 
2,625 
2,050 
1,570 

100 
4,353 

100 
1,445 
1,855 

850 



Average 
value. 



179 
13 
23 
87 
50 

154 



125 
1,225 
1,250 
7,500 



10,694 
1,465 
2,325 
8,995 
2,845 

13,151 



$104 58 
133 22 
250 00 
110 00 

72 18 
225 00 

73 57 
100 00 

95 75 
128 33 

84 03 
150 00 
200 00 
200 00 
153 57 
188 12 



50 00 



56 25 
150 00 

90 28 
189 68 

84 50 



158 33 



149 57 

119 31 
157 69 

98 12 
100 00 

120 91 
100 00 
160 55 

77 29 

121 43 



Goods and 
Merch'dise! 



125 00 
204 16 
113 63 

170 45 



59 74 

112 69 

101 08 

103 39 

56 90 

86 51 



6,699 98 51 

400 I 133 33 

,2,930 I 195 33 

2,400 ! 120 00 



61 



[ LXXVII ] 



Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 


Clocks and Watches. 


Pianos. 


Goods and 
Merch'dise. 




No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 

■ 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


Value. 


Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough . . 

McHenry 

McLean'. 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery .. 

Morgan 

Moultrie 


2,194 : 

2,312 : 

1,243 i 
1,454 1 
1,133 i 

432 
3,753 
2,72Y 
2,684 
1,022 
1,696 

765 
1,341 
2,230 


$8,224 

13,872 

17,966 
9,531 
6,586 
2,564 

19,743 
8,307 

22,832 
7,064 

10,962 
2,823 
8,086 

16.866 


$3 74 
6 00 

14 45 
6 55 
5 81 
5 93 

5 26 
3 04 
8 50 

6 95 
6 46 
3 69 

6 02 

7 56 


i 

16 

71 

3 

15 

8 

3 

27 

44 

39 

3 

7 

6* 

80 


$1,533 
9,500 

720 
1,925 
1,200 

650 
4,347 
4,395 
5,960 

325 
1,375 

500 

975 
12,885 


895 81 
133 80 
240 00 
128 33 
150 00 
216 66 
161 00 
104 43 
152 80 
108 33 
196 42 

'162*50* 
161 06 


$121,143 

371,430 

116,437 

115,295 

75,920 

28,455 

180,064 

125,712 

304,920 

84,110 

118,303 

31,161 

66 , 800 

239,050 


Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt ..... 


3,013 

2,637 
360 
426 

3,216 
309 
352 
773 

1,509 
■ 866 

1,655 
364 

2,765 

1,581 

461 

1 1,268 

1,171 


12,194 

19,273 

1,615 

3,482 

23,300 

1,887 

3,906 

3,883 

7,265 

5,867 

17,393 

2,151 

27,980 

11,427 

2,051 

8,455 

5,343 


4 04 

7 30 

4 48 

8 17 
7^24 
6 10 

11 09 

5 02 

4 81 

6 76 
10 50 

5 90 
1 10 12 

7 22 
4 44 

6 66 
4 56 


4 j 155 
95 12,970 


38 75 
136 52 


161,974 

533,999 

24,950 






14,650 


Pike ... 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph 


18 
3 
2 
9 
9 


2,585 
275 
350 
845 
629 


143 61 
91 66 

175 00 
93 88 
69 88 


213,976 
24,150 
48,705 
41,605 

103,952 
37,525 


Rock Island . . 
Saline 


68 ! 9,675 

1 


142 27 


249,165 
25,825 

407,870 

94,946 

45,960 

91,810 

■ 35,230 


Sangamon 

Schuyler . . . . 
Scott 


73 
18 


13,600 
3,375 


186 30 

187 50 


Shelby 

Stark 

St Clair 


2 

7 


500 

j 870 


290 00 
194 28 


Stephenson. . . 

Tazewell 

Union 

Vermilion ... . 

Wabash 

Warren 

Washington . . 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside 

Will 


3,197 

2,633 

1,024 

2,289 

638 

2,199 

792 

618 

913 

2,225 

2,510 

566 

3,259 

1,616 


13,201 
18,080 

8,319 
15,013 

3,781 
12,776 

3,939 

4,977 

8,165 
13,526 
13,884 

3,738 
16,345 

9,738 


4 ]2 
6 86 
8 12 
6 55 

5 92 

5 80 

4 97 
8 05 
8 94 

6 07 

5 53 


40 

33 

6 

1 17 

1 5 
i 18- 
4 
' 3 
1 7 
! 46 
1 70 


4,150 

4,299 

925 

2,483 

625 

3,530 

700 

330 

805 

3,830 

8,451 


103 75 
130 27 
154 16 
146 05 
125 00 
196 11 
175 00 
110 00 
115 00 
83 26 
120 72 


. 171,729 

171,247 

84,900 

139,362 

36,375 

117,224 

40,856 

37,850 

88,732 

156,992 

155,339 




6 60 


1 


29,115 


Winnebago. . . 
Woodford . . . . 


5 01 

6 02 


i 183 
21 


14,308 
1,180 


78 18 
56 19 


250,071 
' 62,710 




145,688 


881,099 t 6 05 


2,320 1 263,692 ! 113 61 


14,173,205 



62 
Statem e)it — C ontinued. 



Adams 

City of Quincv. . , 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone , 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass. 

Champaign , 

Christian 

Clark , 

Clay , 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook , 

Crawford 

Cumberland .... 

DeKalb 

De Witt 

Du Page 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Eranklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock. 

Hardin 

Henderson 

Henry ..... ... 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jeflfeison 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake. ^ 

La Salle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 



Bankers' j Manufact'd 
property. articles. 



Value, i Yalue. 



$15,000 



28,943 



450 

100 

300 

3,000 

30,000 



505 



$14, 743 

47,805 

5,520 

5,185 

6,840 

6,139 

13,619 

300 

2'7,500 

11,905 

12,255 

17,125 

19,000 



950 
3,042 



122 
10,885 
25,030 
26,890 



2,000 



10,325 
568,476 



794,500 



15,000 

95,000 

1,100 



600 

150 

3,082 

9,173 

6,670 

10,352 
755 
990 

14,340 
2,136 

22,958 
8,129 

14,085 
6,960 
1,835 

20,461 

13,090 
2,220 
6,717 
3,008 
1,015 



Money andj Bonds, [ Unenumer- 
credits. | stocks, &c. | ated prop, i 



Deductions. 



Value. 



Value. 



Value. 



$558,640 
127,285 

14,030 
115,502 

75,952 
165,823 
358,681 

40,519 
153,669 
141,545 
286,689 
132,019 
140,790 

78,573 
103,677 
359,808 



SI, 475 
103,225 



64,450 



59,579 
2,700 



1,650 
28,000 
75,110 



54,000 



11,097 
8,230 

12,730 
380 

38,265 
5,710 
2,075 

18,714 
6,716 

54,443 

139,687 

9,652 

1,100 

8,150 

17,690 
9,482 



22,775 

30,308 

175,951 

103,525 

132,016 

405,802 

95,102 

14,253 

18,570 

34,676 

586,856 

64,7/4 

435,869 

64,927 

28,198 

482,153 

23,178 

105,220 

119,947 

103,631 

107,555 

45,095 

119,509 

138,786 

72,016 

30,999 

251,426 

101,977 

216,826 

558,122 

170,137 

278,267 

5,342 

129,730 

28,313 

3*9,350 

118,967 

194,953 



440 



9,905 
430 

5,067 

75,693 

227 

2,000 



I 85,250 



502 



$245,825. 

207,175 

65,442 

52,969 

49,679 

67,481 

155,406 

40,932 

93,406 

73,889 

288,508 

25,522 

109,040 

207,312 

233,522 

361,458 

1,053,676 

60,815 

38,633 

68,436 

57,869 

67.072 



6,877 




6,700 


43,859 




83,613 


2,875 


61,479 




47,447 


12,734 


233,262 




86,078 




95,528 




680 


62,395 


225 


21,624 


4,355 


207,762 




29,886 


3,550 


58,658 


30,305 


60,856 


140 


87,166 


1,280 


104,806 




50,515 




75,538 




43,298 


2,000 


121,805 




59,596 


2,542 


145,781 


5,910 


75,680 




141,810 


1,930 


297,274 


800 


45,938 




235,466 




96,051 


3,000 


93,287 




261,875 


2,000 


374,412 


i 2,775 


247,866 




! 544.509 



63 



[ LXXIX ] 



StaUment — Contiuued. 



Counties. 


Bankers' 
property. 


1 
Manufact'd Money and 
articles. credits. 

1 


1 
Bonds, 
stocks, <S:c. 

1 


Unenumer- 
ated prop. 


Deductions. 


• 


Yalue. 


Yalue. 1 


Yalue. 


1 
Yalue. 


Yalue. 




Madison 


875,418 


$30,283 
7,321 


$321,000 
108,669 
105,586 
112,805 
20,735 
434,697 
225,084 
486,812 
234,000 
427,865 

- 99,135 
161,419 
601,85a 


$12,800 
2,150 
7,580 


$473,792 

110,421 

116,470 

57,723 

35,900 

155,491 

105,576 

901,747 

93,556 

118,845 

88,302 

63,556 

222,433 


$21,723 
10,170 


Mar-hall 


4,500 
5,000 

300' 

7,905 
99,230 


29,168 


ilason 

Massac 

McDonough 

Me Henry 

McLean 


2,800 
2,175 
18,182 
7,711 
7,430 
7,525 
7,780 
1,295 


41,248 






11,401 




61,162 


1,500 


45,000 


Menard 

Mercer . . 


60,674 


10,712 


218,639 






31,900 






23,776 


Morgan 


65,000 


29,180 




176,003 






Qo-lt^ 






369,190 

362,044 
30,450 
87,569 

937,938 
31,667 
84,223 
87,182 
64,391 
87,674 

314,359 

11,891 

- 670,280 

219,992 
77,264 

222,266 

137,354 




136,552 

194,690 

36,308 

154,965 

290,693 

51,860 

82,909 

110,791 

121,772 

51,552 

205,402 

39,445 

1,439,780 

32,240 

49,297 

96,446 

71,508 


160,971 




108,900 


75,066 
686 


26,060 




P.ivrv 




Piatt 




60 

9,759 

500 

25,105 


41,333 


Pike • 


63,020 


26,094 
2,510 

30,650 
6,377 
5,490 
3,985 

92,278 
400 

38,845 

14,797 
4,000 

18.265 
1,366 


305,426 


Pope 


4,125 


Pulaski 




75,693 







10,124 


Randolph 

Richland 

Rock Island 




15 

"56,'000' 
408,113 


1,000^ 


13,209 
47,893 


13,596 



30,476 


Sau'^arnon. . . 


102,380 
31,865 


136,148 


Schuvler 


70,770 

2,500 

1,380 

l70 


32,240 






Shelby 

Stark 

St Clair 




5,013 


2,505 


50,674 


Stephenson 

Tazewell 


30,000 
66,888 


12,035 

39,844 

10,425 

17,741 

8,010 

1 , .345 

13,290 

1,150 

5,717 

15,573 

16,402 


261,865 
858.409 
146,378 
579,237 

86,111 
350,531 
101,764 

80,950 

78,761 
215,867 
396,775 

36,071 
253,898 
244,010 


1,000 
2,890 
9,925 
5,808 
7,050 
53,200 


153,434 

248,888 

95,181 

341,732 

25,727 

118,056 

75,257 

41,012 

51,^0 

156,353 

207,979 

42,172 

204,377 

121,766 


51,957 
13,582 
4r.,307 






122,291 


W-iba«h 




11,128 


Warren 

VV Mishintrtnn 


4,300 


156,106 
22,205 




117,760 
531,758 


40 

16,075 

8,000 


37,892 


Wli'itp 






63, .568 


Will 

Williamson 

Winnebago 

Woodford' 


154,598 

72,300 
64,000 


91,796 


31,724 

5,237 




8,843 
5,925 


248,811 
69,179 




3,722,940 


1,296,758 


19,183,421 


752,621 


15,327,503 


5,065,835 



[ LXXX ] 



64 



Statement — Continued . 



Personal 
property. 



Town Lots. 



Lands. 



Railroad pro- 
perty. 



Total value of 
real and per- 
son'l prop'tv. 



^2,026,390 
841,081 
289,031 
643, 647 
495,043 
028,076 

2, 470, 761 
332,196 
716,405 
816,549 

1,249,761 
663,472 
747,954 
635,842 
835,996 

1,847,941 

8,099,753 
523,734 
328 , 027 
847,264 
632,446 

1,005,080 

1,643,514 
408,193 
262,253 
523,984 
842,894 

2,276,238 
873,024 

1,488,730 
558,124 

1,097,831 

2,000,425 
195,280 
702,340 
983,258 
705,708 
659,445 
378,241 
730,317 
649,440 

1,363,502 
282,502 

1,851,196 
609,933 
927,311 

2,408,196 
858,420 

1,999,364 
594,189 
782,883 
632,301 

1,664,952 
943,469 

1,673,401 

2,194,977 
859,305 



$216,944 

8,215,880 

1,204,450 

105,881 

181,710 

128,413 

&93,231 

18,039 

285,220 

341,606 

861,454 

190,871 

250,320 

84,814 

178,227 

392,084 



93,086 

24,581 

184,834 

269,034 

138,302 

293,666 

57,618 

73,020 

86,992 

25,190 

706,567 

183,238 

180,320 

326,678 

32,355 

1,317,850 

32,988 

223,949 



118,181 

180,250 

55,224 

70,921 

202,500 

1,940,471 
14,690 

1,172,069 
378,936 
140,158 

1,453,142 
230,457 

1.741,127 
106,247 
596,000 
72,531 
428,076 
471,805 
441,396 

1,885,927 
231,016 



$4,832,223 



479,163 
1,111,450 

916,230 

953,452 
3,398,009 

495,751 
1,872,984 
2,045,476 
3,522,500 
1,582,739 
1,311,966 
1,036,588 
2,262,664 
3, 575, 668 



1,304,863 

1,162,699 

2,612,571 

1,890,113 

1,689,362 

3,390,593 

543,199 

840,233 

932,878 

653,624 

4,198,973 

684,194 

2,054,910 

1,710,001 

729,450 

4,907,841 

374,842 

1,097,928 



3,122,060 
1,307,833 
1,280,501 
1,057,641 
1,522,795 
2,140,361 
311,230 
2,052,409 
1,687,268 
2,127,534 
4,711,662 
1,161,145 
4,190,657 
1,486,563 
2,218,557 
1,787,137 
3,751,969 
1 , 605 , 547 
3,186,369 
4,027,873 
1,485,525 



1183,278 
1,063,700 



2,285,473 



265,936 



258,177 



862,921 



455,785 



520,782 
204,402 
488,887 



$7,075,557 
4,056,961 
1,952,664 
1,860,978 
1,776,261 
1,709,941 
6,285,030 
845,986 
2,874,609 
8,203,631 
5,133,715 
2,437,182 
2,310,240 
1,757,244 
3,276,887 
5,815,693 

45,680,333 
1,921,683 
1,515,307 
8,644,669 
2,791,593 
2,832,744 
5,327,773 
1,009,010 
1,175,506 
1,543,854 
1,021,708 
7,181,778 
1,740,456 
3,723,960 
2,852,980 
1,859,636 
8,226,116 
590,511 
2,024,217 
5,269,804 
8, 945 ,'^49 
2,130,983 
1,713,966 
1,858,879 
2,374,735 
5,444,334 
608,422 
5,075,674 
2,676,1S7 
3,195,008 
9,093,782 
2,954,424 
8,420,035 
2,186,999 
3,597,440 
2,491,969 
5,844,997 
8,020,821 
5,801,166 
8,108,779 
2,575,846 



65 
Statement — Continued. 



[ LXXXI ] 



Counties. 



Marshall . . . 

Mason 

Mass;ic 

McDonough 
McHenry . . 
McLean .... 
Menard .... 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 



MoQltrie 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski . . . . 

Putnam 

Randolph. . . 
Richland . . . 
Rock Island. 

Saline 

Sangamon ., 
Schuyler. . . . 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson . 
Tazewell . . . 

Union 

Vermilion . . 
Wabash ... . 
Wfcren .... 
Washington 

Wayne 

White . 

Whiteside . . 

Will 

Williamson . 
Winnebago . 
Woodford. .. 



Personal pro-| Town Lots, 
perty. 



6778,052 

644,012 

209,462 

1,704,513 

1,084,853 

2,773,526 

1,035,806 

1,196,397 

509,619 

867,748 



Morgan I 1,969,537 



549,115 

1,143,413 

2,687,020 

362,434 

540,082 

2,649,571 

" 288,170 

242,567 

473,821 

796,985 

515,672 

1,569,626 

667,220 

3,807,780 

1,042,365 

414,726 

975,555 

622,645 

1,261,365 

1,240,225 

1,908,563 

605,147 

2,032,931 

374,812 

1,543,901 

674,157 

647,782 

1,190,026 

1,066,128 

1,798,572 

429,612 

1,151,425 

979,881 



111,813,908 



8494,944 
185,604 
126,900 
588,499 
294,352 

,133,637 
261,251 
343,991 



232,543 
1,168,286 

60,755 

345,321 

8,488,974 

58,211 

65,535 
550,316 

45,299 
251,821 
127,842 
307,454 
149,445 



16,880 

1,993,176 

215,827 

147,400 

137,060 

97,091 

1,867,983 
846,777 
718,194 
165,149 
293,566 
14 3,815 
343,002 
164,504 
63,099 
164,727 
840,416 

1,253,867 
42,893 

1,226,109 
145, 535 



Lands. 



$1,791,130 
1,551,284 
499,656 
3,749;768 
2,541,004 
5,304,037 
2,658,057 
2,422,370 



2,168 

3,794 

1,268 

2,386 

3,691 

818 

1 , 623 

3,642 

621 

592 

865 

1,546 

1,005 



,458 
,791 
,763 
,774 
,244 
,862 
,391 
,610 
,244 
,520 
,332 
,540 
,708 



415,163 
6,264,038 
1,777,351 

811,654 
1,476,404 
1,718,234 
4,663,134 
2,425,767 
4,189,405 

993,320 
4,676,765 

640,344 
3,062,056 
1,870,383 
1,011,473 

832,208 
2,548,806 
4,254,747 

646,045 
8,340,368 
2.634,o53 



44,398,686 | 201,693,234 



Railroad 
property. 



^•232,626 



106,120 
385,548 



122,409 



250.522 



843,137 



Total value of 
real and per- 
son'l prop'y. 



7,529,703 



$2,286,074 
2,380,900 
836,018 
6,042,780 
3,920,209 
9, 21), 200 
3,955,110 
3,962 758 
1,738,387 
8,268,749 
6,932,614 
1,878,633 
3,875,508 
9,867,238 
1,239,507 
2,229,008 
6,842,497 
954,713 
1,086,909 
1,468,995 
2,650,979 
1,670,825 
6,609,440 
1,099,263 

12,064,994 
8,035,543 
1,373,780 
2,589,019 
2,437,970 
7,292,482 
4,512,769 
6,816,162 
1,768,616 
7,003,262 
1,158,971 
4,948,959 
2,683,748 
1,722,364 
2,186,961 
4,705,872 
7,307,186 
1,118,550 
6,061,089 
3,759,269 



407,477,367 



Note. — In making up the foregoing tables for the years 1856 and 1857, I have not been 
able in some cases to class the property correctly, as the returns from some of the counties 
to this office do not show the value of real and personal property separately ; the returns 
from several of the counties show apparent errors in the footings, of which I have been 
unable to obtain corrections, but the tables are substantially correct. 



Law Vol.— 11 



JESSE K. DUBOIS, Audxtor. 



[ LXXXII ] 



66 

Ko. 15. 



A STATEMENT showing the iiimiber of acres of state lands in the 
several counties in which they are situated remaining unsold Decem- 
ber 1st, 1856, the number of acres sold, the amount sold for, and the 
quantity reriiaining unsold Decemljer 1st, 1858. 



Counties. 



Acres unsold 
Dec. 1, 1856. 



Acres sold [Total amount 



from Dec. 1 

1856, to Dec 

1, 1858. 



of cash re- 
ceived on 
sales. 



Acres unsold 
Dec. 1, 1858. 



Alexander . 
Franklin . . 
Fayette . . . 
Gallatin . . . 
Iroquois. . . 
Kankakee . 
Marion. . . ., 
Pulaski.... 
Rock Island 
Union ..... 
Winnebago. 
Wabasb. . . . 

Wayne 

Whiteside . . 

Totals . . . 



480 

160 

2,384. 

880 

415. 

80 

440 

120 

1 

40 

12, 

80 

80 



1 , 278 



,457.57 



480 

i,*503!2s' 
880 
319.56 

80 
440 
120 



8960 00 



5,261 36 
1,760 00 
1,118 46 

280 00 
2,580 00 

420 00 



40 

12.03 
80 
998.51 

80 



560 00 

24 06 

410 00 

2,117 02 

400 00 



5,033.38 



15,890.90 



160 
881 54 



95.65 



280 



1,424.19 



67 

'No. 16. 



[Lxxxni] 



STATEMENT of state honcls jpurchased hy the govermyr and deposited 
in the treasurer'^ s office, a^ ^;>7'6'6vV76<:^ /br Ijy an act concerning thejmUic 
deU, ajyjyroved February 12, 1819, shaiuing the amount paid for the 
same, and. the amount of the three pf^'" cent, fund received frorrt the 
general government and placed in the hands of the governor far the 
])y.rpose of purchasing state indebtedness, frmn the first day of De- 
cember, 1S56, to the first day of Decemler, 1S58. 



DR. 



1856. Dec. 


1 
26 


To amount of 3 per cent, fund in the hands of the governor, 
unaccounted for 


$68 60 
Y,221 69 


1858. Jan. 


To amount of 3 per cent, fund received 








Y,290 29 



CE. 



1858. Sept. 20 



By new internal improvement bonds, Xo. 
1581, 1582, 1583, 2186, 5348, 5349, 
5350, 5351, 5352, 5353, 5354, 5355, 
5356, 5357, balance of principal due un 
each 8480, amounting to S5,720. Cost 
S492 each 

No. 2,015, 2,016, $159 12 due on each. Cost 
S163 10 each 



Balance of 
ernor. . 



per cent, fund in hands of gov- 



86,888 00 
326 20 



87,214 20 



T6 09 



[ LXXXIV ] 



ISTo. IT. 



A STATEMENT showing the warra/iits issued on the order of the 
governor, for state land funds, and the state honds purchased' there- 
with, canceled and delivered to the auditor. 



DR. 



Date of warrant. 


To whom issued. 


Amount. 


1857. July 14 
" " 22 


0. F. Lowe 


^12,271 00 
15 229 55 


Wm. II. Bissell 


' ' Aug. 1 
1858. July 17 


Win. H. Bissell 


12,698 72 
IS 154 01 


Wm. H. Bissell 








53,323 58 



CR. 



When purchas'd 



1857. July 



17 



27 



1858. Aug. 



Fi'om whom purchased, description of stock, &c. 



From Oscar F. Lowe, new internal improvement bonds, 
No. 1742, 5718, 5719, 5907, 5908, 5909, for §1,000 each, 
and $363 interest due on each. Governor paid $1,226 
82 per bond 

No. 4308, principal $134 75, interest $322 46. Paid 

No. 4305, 4306, 4307, for $134 75 each, and $314 91 inter- 
est due on each. Governor paid for each $380 29. . . . 

No 2613, 3539, 3540, 3541, for $510 each, interest due on 
each $363. Paid for each $788 44 

No. 3596 to 8605, inclusive, 10 bonds, for $1,000 each, and 
$363 interest due on each. Paid for each $1,266 81. . 

No. 5899, for $1,172, interest due $425 43. Paid 

No. 4318, for $125 58, interest due $407 09. Paid 

No. 4316, 4317, for $86 81 each, interest due $285 45 each. 
Paid for each $310 13 

No. 161, 162, 163, 992, 2458, 2459, 2649, 4599, 5607, 5524, 
10 bonds, for $1,000 each, and $363 interest due on each. 
Governor paid $1,269 87 each 

From J. F. Huntington, new internal improvement bonds. 
No. 993, 994, 5248, of $480 each. Governor paid $492 
each 

No. 147, 148, 149, 150, 28 (, 288, 289, 290, 292, 293, 294, 
295, 297, 298, 299, 575, 662, 663, 664, 665, 765, 947, 948, 
984, 1075, 1076, 1118, 1119, 1121, 1122, 1123, 1124, 
1126, 1127, 1627, 2228, 2966, 2967, 2968, 3606, 3608, 
4614, 4621, 4622, 4624, 4676, 4735, 4736, 4777, 4778, 
4779, 4780, 5159, 5160, 5161, 5162, 5234, 5479, 5480, 
5654, 60 bonds, for $97 13 each. Governor paid for 
each $99 56 

No. 253, 291, 296, 661, 764, 1074, 1120, 1125, 2965, 8607, 
4623, 4776, 4968, 5163, 14 bonds, for $97 13 each. 
Governor paid for each $99 55 

No. 5094, 5095, for $41 66. Governor paid for each $42 70. 

No. 5098 to 5101, inclusive, 4 bonds, for $63 13 each. 
Governor paid $64 71 each 

No. 5102, for $63 13. Governor paid 

No. 5906, for $784 80. Governor paid 

No. 748, 2017, 2018, 2019, 3443, 3464, 5220, 5221, 5228, 



69 

Statement — Continued. 

CR. 

From whom purchased, description of stock, &c. 

5224, 5225, 5226, 5228, 4237, 4239, 4319, 16 bonds, for 

$159 12 each. Governor paid $163 10 each 

No. 3442, 5222, 5227, for |;159 12 each. Governor paid 
$163 09 each 

Balance due the g-overnor 



[lxxxv] 



When purchas'd 



Amount. 



82,609 60 
4S9 27 



53,354 80 



1 52 



[ LXXXYI J 



1^0. 18. 



STATEMENT slwiving tJte state hands purchased by the treasurer of 
the state of Illinois^ canceled and dejyosited loith the auditor of public 
accounts, and ^yc^id for out of the Centred railroad fund. 



When delivered 
to auditor. 



From whom purchased, kind of stock, &c. 



Amount paid. 



1856. Dec. 27 



27 



SO 



From L. B. Worthiucton, Illinois and Michigan canal bonds, 
No. 8-16, 847, 848, 849, 850, 851, 852, 853, 854, 855, 
856, principal $1,000 each, interest |363. Treasurer 
paid |l,150 per bond 

From Joseph Lockin, Jlhnois and Michigan canal bonds. 
No. 857, 858, 859, 877, 878, 879, 880, 881, principal 
§1,000 each, interest S363 each. Paid §1,150 per bond . 

From Jas. 0. Sheldon, Illinois and Michigan canal bond No. 
5, principal 81,000, interest 8708 87. Paid 

From Jos. Brotherton, new internal improvement bonds. No. 
3516, 3517, 3518, 3519, 3520, 3521, 3522, 3523, 3524, 
8525, 3526, 3527, 3528, 3529, 3530, 3531, 3532, 3538, 
8534, 3535, 5544, 5707, principal SI, 000 each. Paid, 
$1,200 each. And 5904, principal -§1,124. Paid 
$1,348 80 

Commissions paid to 0. F. Lowe 

Total cost , 

Amount of warrant issued to John Moore, this day 

Amount of appropriation of 1857, to reimburse treasurer. , 



812,650 SO' 

9,200 00 
1,350 00 



27,748 80 
57 81 



51,006 61 
50,968 74 



37 87 



Yl 

jSTo. 19. 



[ LXXXYII ] 



A STATEMENT shoioing the state hands purchased hy the governor of 
the state of Illinois^ canceled and deposited viththe auditor of pndjlic 
accounts^ and paid for out of the Central railroad fund. 



When purchas'd 



1857. Sept. 23 



1858. March 8 



From whom pm-chased, description of stock, &c. 



15 



Aug. 



Sept. 



From E. W. Clark, Dodge & Qo., new internal improvement 
interest bonds, No. 2006, 8650 56; No. 2450. 8746 45; 
No. 1265,8618 20; No. 2469, S695 47; No. 713, 8500; 
No. 119, 866, 2261,8691 76 each; No. 2380, 8618 84; 
No. 2474, 8664 39; No. 445, §691 76; No. 93, $879 
96; No. 2451, $553 95; No. 2509, 8519 36; No. 305, 
8720; amounting to 89,994 22, at 86. Cost .' 

From J. F. Huntington, new internal improvement interest 
bonds, No. 171, 8350 11; No. 406, 8403 83; No. 241, 
8448 16; No. 2347, 8460 71; No. 2487, 8453 67; No. 
170, 1004, 1005, 1006, lOOl, 1009, 8480 each; No, 
2074, 8347 11; No. 2072, $350 11; No. 1873, 8256 
95; No. 2479, 8251 23; No. 82085, 8332 04; No. 15, 
8258 06; No. 1293, 8437 64; No. 2391, 8258 06; No. 
1830, 1831, 1832, 1833, 1834, 8^32 04 each; No. 534, 
8320 31; No. 2204, 8256 35; No. 225, 8350 11; No. 
2028, 8386 24, No. 1867, 2071, 2073, 8480 each; No. 
83, 214, 363, 477, 478, 494, 509, 510, 511, 512, 513, 
133, 1291, 1338, 1418, 1868, 2004, 2114, 2115, 2180, 
2181, 2182, 2183, 2191, 2396, 2311, 8240 each; amount- 
ting to 818,141 55, at 101. Cost 

From J. F. Huntington, new internal improvement bonds, 
No. 2457, 874 37; No. 2752, 8136 58; No. 2005, 8142 
30; No. 2008, 8135 99; No. 2237, 816 61; No. 2249, 
8178 60; No 3333, 8100 31; No. 4309, 8117 54; No. 
4320, 8269 66; No. 4813, 834 15; No. 5212. 8116 56; 
No. 5285, 895 56; No. 5404, 888 63; No. 5477, 892 98; 
No. 5536, 8122 18; No. 5622, 869 11; No. 5624, 8125 
82; No. 5626, 8150 56; No. 5631, 891 13; No. 5643, 
^n^ 93; No. 5646, 8116 56; No. 5655, 8114 06; No. 
5901, 8211 01; No. 536, 531,639, 640, 1009, 2980, 2981, 
2982, 5239, 5240, 818 91 each; No. 5120, 8248 68; No. 
3331, 8123 80; No. 5653, 8155 42; No. 23, 302, 5284, 
$68 26 each; No. 5631, 5052, 5143, 5144, 5145, 5146, 
5605, 5606, 5014, 5615, 5616, 5611, 5618, 5619, 5620, 
5621, 5621, 5628, 5629, 5630, 864 10 each; No. 654, 
4604, 4610, 4611, 4612, 4613, 2855, 2858, 2859, 4888, 
4889, 4890, 4891, 4892, 213, 945, 2112, 2113, 2114, 
2115, 2716, 2117, 2778, 2179, 2780, 2781, 2782, 2783. 
2784, 2185, 8111 14 each; No. 683, 5513, 5574, 5500, 
5591, 5623, 8161 56 each; No. 99, 1748, 4246, 8244 80 
each; amounting to 810,180 74, at 101. Co^t 

From T. Ft. Trowbridge, new internal i.nprovement bonds, 
No. 434, 435, 8159 12 each. From Ketchum, Howe & 
Co., No. 646, 8244 80. From J. F. Huntington, No. 
5096,841 66; No. 5091, 863 13; No. 5403, 5604, 864 
10 each. From J. M. Lewis, No. 5758, 8210 01. From 
W. L. Atwater, No. 237, 238, 4666, 4667, 4668, 4669, 
4670, 8159 12 each; amounting to 82,119 88. Cost. . . 

From N. F. Lassen, new internal improvement bonds. No. 15, 
16, 1182, 8244 80 each; No. 2003, 8255 31. New in- 
ternal improvement interest bonds. No. 8, 8691 16; No. 
544, 8795 65. From T. Belknap, jr., assignee, No. 2053, 



[ LXXXTIII ] 



72 



Statement — Continued. 



"When purchas'd 



From whom purchased, description of stock, &c. 



1858. Sept. 28 



Oct. 



Not. 



21 



29 



12 



13 



16 



2054, 11000 each; No. 2055, |500; No. 2056, $612 92; 
amounting to *5 , 590 10, at 102|^. Cost 

From E. Bement, new internal improvement bond, No. 741, 
6i;31 54. From J. F. Hoffman, new internal improve- 
ment interest bond, No. 1484, $500, No. 1485, $794. 

From Ketchum, Howe & Co., new internalimpx'ovement in- 
terest bond. No. 438, -^159 12. 

From Jonathan Sturgess, new internal improvement bonds, 
No. 890, 891, 892, 893, 894, 895, 896, 897, 898, %Vl 33 
each. 

From Ward, Campbell & Co , new internal improrement 
interest bonds. No. 2302, 2303, 2304, 2305, 2306, 2307, 

• 2308, 2309. $1,000 each; No. 2310, ^752 80 

No. 2188, $500; new internal improvement bond, No. 5054, 
$1,000. 

From F. M. Ketchum & Bro., new internal improvement 
bonds. No. 518, 519, 520, 521, 523, $41 66 each. From 
Ward, Campbell k Co., No. 5316, 5317, 5318, 5319, 
5320, 5321, 5322, 5323, 5324, 5325, 5326, 5327, 5328, 
5329, 5330, 5331, 5332, $1,000 each; amounting to 
$29,156 73. Cost 

From I. E. Burch & Co., new internal improvement bonds, 
No. 569, 571, 573, 621, 1934, 1935, 1936, 2103 to 2112, 
2116 to 2120, 3586, 3587, 3588, 4S08, 4809; 2508 to 
2556, 1987 to 1990, 1702 to 1707, $63 13 each; No. 915, 
916, 917, 5018, $97 13 each; No. 2121, $108 60; No. 
2507, $112 68; No. 2557, 2614, $73 24 each; amount- 
ing to $6,185 46, at 102. Cosl 

From J. Bunn, new internal improvement interest bonds. 
No. 2436 to 3439, $480 each; amounting to $1,920, at 
103.i Cost 

From N. H. Ridgely, new internal improvement bond. No. 

6031, $] 147 73; new internal improvement interest bond, 
No. 2673, $599 86; amounting to $1,747 59, at 103J. 
Cost 

From J. K. Dubois, new internal improvement bond. No. 

6032, $1,031 02; new internal improvement interest 
bond, No. 2674, $790 19; amounting to $1,821 21, at 
103^. Cost 

From Lotus Niles, attorney of the State Bank of Illinois, 
interest bonds of 1857, No. 101 to 132, 143 to 161, 
$1,000 each; amounting to $51,000, at 97. Cost , . 

From Lotus Niles, attorney of the State Bank of Illinois, 
interest bonds of 1857,' No. 162 to 171, $1,000 each; 
amounting to $10,000, at 97. Cost 

From Lotus Niles, attorney of the State Bank of Illinois, 
interest bonds of 1857, No. 36 to 77, $1,000 each; 
amounting to $42,000 at 97. Cost 

Amount paid for premium on eastern exchange 

Total amount paid by governor 

Amount of warrants issued to governor 

Amount in governor's hands, unaccounted for 



'TS 



[lxxxix] 



JSTo. 20. 

A STATEMENT of the cmdition of the hanks of the state of Illi- 
nois on the SOth day of Novernhei\ 1858, the amount and hind of 
stoclis held as security for circulatioii^ the market value of the same at 
that date^ the amount of circulation outstanding^ and amount of value 
margin on dejjosit. 



AGRICULTURAL BANK, MARION. 



$60,000 00 Lousiana 6s, at 96c 

3; 000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c 

6,000 00 Illinois interest bonds, at 90c 
41 , 600 00 Illinois and Michigan canal 6s 



at 102c. 



Circulnting notes. 



Marein. 



157,600 00 

2,700 0© 

5,400 00 

42,432 00 



THE ALTON BANK. 



24,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c. 

12,000 00 Illinois liquidation 6s, at 105c 

15,000 00 Illinois interest bonds, at 90c 

11,320 25 Illinois new internal improvement stock, at 105c. 



Circulating notes. 
Margin 



AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK, RALEIGH. 



94,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c.. 

60,000 00 Virginir. 6s, at 97c. . 

53,000 00 Tennessee 6s, at 94c. 

1,000 00 Louisiana 6s, at 96c. 



21,600 00 
12,600 00 
13,500 00 
11,886 26 



84,600 00 

58,200 00 

49,820 00 

960 00 



Circulating notes. 
Margin 



BANK OF AURORA, AURORA. 



813,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c. . 
12,000 00 Louisiana 6s, at 96c. 



281,700 00 
11,520 00 



Circulating notes. 
Margin 



BANK OF ALBION. 



60,000 00 Minnesota 8s, at 108c, 
35,000 00 Tennessee 6s, at 94c. . 



54,000 00 
32,900 00 



Circulating notes. 
Margin 



$108,132 00 
97,913 00 



10,219 00 



59,586 26 
46,170 00 



13,416 26 



193,580 00 
185,465 00 



8,115 00 



293,220 00 
270,232 00 



22,988 00 



86,900 00 
77,250 00 



9,650 00 



[xc] 



74: 



Statement — Continued. 



BAKK OF BLOOMINGTON. 

$24, 100 00 Illinois and Michigan canal 6s, at 102c , 

34,845 08 Illinois new internal improvement stock, at 105c. 



Circulating notes 

Margin 

BANK OF CARML 



89,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c 

43,000 00 Virginia 6s, at 97c 

5,000 00 North Carolina 6s, at 98c. 



Circulating notes 

Margin. 

BANK OF CHESTER. 



62,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c. 
Circulating notes , 



largin. 



BANK OF THE COMMON V\"EALTH, ROBINSON. 



101,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c. 
Circulating notes. . 



Margin 

BANK OF ELGIN. 



5*7,000 00 Georgia 6s, at 102c. 
1,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c. 



Circulating notes 

Margin 

BANK OF THE FEDERAL UNION, ROCK ISLAND. 



54,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c. . 

8,500 00 Tennessee 6s, at 94c. 

500 00 Ohio 6s, at 102c 



Circulating notes , 

Margin 

BANK OF GALENA. 



$24,582 00 
36,587 33 



17,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c 

5,000 00 Virginia 6s, at 97c 



80,100 00 

41,710 00 

4,900 00 



55,800 00 



90,900 00 



58,140 00 
900 00 



48,600 00 

7,990 00 

510 00 



11,000 00 Georgia 6s, at 102c 

22,846 89 Illinois new internal improvement stock, at 105c, 



Circulating notes. 
Margin 



15,300 00 

4,850 00 

11,220 00 

23,989 23 



$61,169 33 
51,699 GO 



9,470 33 



126,710 00 
112,972 00 



13,738 00 



55,800 00 
48,980 00 



6,820 00 



90,900 00 
84,915 00 



5,985 00 



59,040 00 
57,066 00 



1,974 00 



57,100 00 
52,686 00 



4,414 00 



55,359 23 
52,870 00 



2,489 23 



75 



[xci] 



Statement — Continued. 



BANK OF GEXESEO. 

50,000 00 Micliigan Ts, at 110c 

2, 000 00 North Carolina 6s, at 98c 

5,000 00 Missouii 6s at 90c 


§55,000 00 
1,960 00 
4,500 00 
7,520 00 




8 , 000 00 Tennessee 6?, at 94c 




Circulatinof note^ 


^68,980 00 
62 400 00 










Mari^'in 


6 580 00 




AYEN. 


54,000 00 

43,200 00 

3,760 00 

9,700 00 

2,080 00 

17,554 66 

4,080 00 

22,006 72 

23,100 00 




BANK OF ILLINOIS, NEW H 
60 000 00 Missouri 6= at 90c 




45,000 00 Louisiana 6s, at 96c 




4,000 00 Tennessee 6s, at 94c 

10,000 00 Tir^^inia 6s, at 97c 




2 000 00 Kentucky 6s at 104c 




16,561 00 Ohio 6s at lOec 




4 000 00 Illinois and Michicran canal 6^ pt 109n 




20,958 79 Illinois liquidation at 105c.. . 






21,000 00 Iowa 7s, at 110c 




Cirfnlatinnr nntp<? 


179,481 38 
166 956 00 


Margin 




12,525 38 


BANK OF NORTHERN ILLINOIS, WAUKEGAN. 
50,000 00 Missouri 6? at 90c 


45,000 00 


45,000 00 


Circnlatinf notes . ... 


41,553 00 










M;>r<Tin 


3,447 00 




jSYILLE. 


111,600 00 
28,200 00 
14,550 00 
16,660 00 
10,400 00 




BANK OF PIEE COUNTY, GRIG( 
194 000 00 Mi=!«ouri 6« at 90c . 




30 000 00 Louisiana 6s at 94c 




15,000 00 Virginia 6s, at 97c 




17 000 00 North Carolina 6" at 98c 




10,000 00 Kentucky 6s at 104c 








181 410 00 


Cimilatincr nntps? 




165,402 00 










Margin 


16,008 00 


BANK OF QUINCY. 
55 , 000 00 Missouri 6s at 90c 


49,500 00 
2,754 00 
9,000 00 




2 700 00 Illinois and Michigan canal 6s 


at 10''>c 




10,000 00 Illinois interest bonds, at 90c.. 










61,254 00 
53 801 00 


niTTnlatino" nn+p^! 












Mar<^in 


7 453 00 















[ XCII ] 



76 



Statement — ^Continued. 



BANK OF RALEIGH. 



$250,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c. . . 
22,000 00 Tennessee 6s, at 94c. 

16,000 00 Ohio 6s, at 106c 

4,000 00 Kentucky 6s, at 104c. 



$225,000 GO 

20,680 00 

16,960 00 

4,160 00 



Circulating notes. 
Margin 



BANK OF THE REPUBLIC, McLEANSBORO. 

172,000 00 North Carolina 6s, at 98c \ 168,560 00 

203,000 00 Tennessee 6s, at 94c i 190,820 00 

100,000 00 Virginia 6s, at 97c j 97,000 00 

18,000 00 Illinois and Michigan canal 6s, at 102e i 18,360 00 

6,945 84 Illinois new internal improvement stock, at lOac. I 7,293 13 

24,669 96 Ohio 6s, at 106c.. . „ ! 26,150 15 



Circulating notes. 
Margin 



BANK OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS, BOLTON. 

206,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c ! 185,400 00 

10,000 00 Tennessee 6s, at 94c i 9,400 00 

10,000 00 Virginia 6s, at 97c ! 9,700 00 

10,000 00 Louisiana 6s, at 96c ; 9,600 00 



Circulating notes. 
Margin 



CENRTAL BANK, PEORIA. 



44,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c 

51,900 00 Illinois and Michigan canal 6s, at 102c. 



39,600 00 
I 52,938 00 



Circulating notes . 



Margin ' 

CITY BANK, OTTAWA. j 

17,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c ! 15,300 00 

20,000 00 Tennessee 6s, at 94c ' 18,800 00 

13,000 00 Virginia 6s, at 97c j 12,610 00 

10,500 00 North Carolina 6s, at 9Sc I 10,290 00 



Circulatins; notes. 



Margin 



.«!266,800 00 
251,765 00 



15,035 00 



508,183 28 
482,608 00 



575 



214,100 00 
197,944 00 



16,156 00 



92,538 00 
83,672 00 



866 00 



57,000 00 
50,004 00 

6,996 00 



7r. 

Statement — Continued. 



[ XCIII ] 



CITIZENS' BANK, MT. CARMEL. 
^64 , 000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c 


$57,600 00 

5,399 64 

900 00 




5,142 52 Illinois new internal improvement stock, at 105. . 
1 , 000 00 Illinois interest bond, at 90c 






$63,899 64 
54,779 00 


Circulatin"" cotes •• 








Mar^'in 


9,120 64 




232,200 00 

18,800 00 

14,550 00 

12,480 00 

3,600 00 


CORN EXCHANGE BANK, FAIRFIELD. 
258,000 00 Missouri 6s at 90c 




20 000 00 Tennessee 6s at 94c 




15,000 00 Yii"inia 6s at 97c • 




13,000 00 Louisiana 63, at 96c 




4 , 000 00 Illinois interest bonds, at 90c 






281,630 00 
263,374 00 


Circulatin"^ notes 








Margin 


18,256 Go 


EDGAR COUNTY BANE, PARIS. 
27,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c 


24,300 00 
56,640 00 




59,000 00 Louisiana 6s, at 96c ^ 








Circulating' notes 




80,940 00 
77,274 00 







Margin , 


3,666 00 




143,100 00 
3,880 00 


E. L TINKHAM & Co's BANK, McLEANSBORO. 
135 000 00 Ohio 6s at 106c 




4,000 00 Virginia 6s, at 9^70 




Circulating notes 


146,980 00 
138,796 00 






M^irfin ... 


8,184 00 




104,760 00 
18,000 00 


FARMERS' AND TRADERS' BANK, CHARLESTON. 
108,000 00 Virginia 6s, at 97c 




20,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c. . .♦ 






122,760 00 
118,036 00 


Circulating notes • 








Margin 


4 724 00 




256,620 00 
88,270 00 




THE FRONTIER BANK, BENTON. 
273 , 000 00 Tennessee 6s, at 94c 




91,000 00 Virginia 6s, at 97c 






344,890 00 
313,895 00 


Circulating notes , 








Margin 


30,995 00 











[ XCIV ] 



78 
Statement — Continued. 



GRAND PRAIRIE BANK, URBANA. ! 

830,000 00 Virginia 6s, at 97c \ $29,100 00 

48,000 00 Missouri 63, at 90c I 43,' 200 00 

2,000 00 Louisiana 6s, at 96c ' l'920 00 



Ciiculating notes 

Margin 

THE GRAYVILLE BANK. 



447,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c... 
6,000 00 Minnesota 8s, at lOSc. 



i 402,300 00 
.! 6,480 00 



Circulating notes 

Margin 

PIIGHLAND BANK, PITTSFIELD. 



120,000 00 Michigan 6s, at 106c. 
Circulating notes. . . 



127,200 00 



Margin , 

INTERNATIONAL BANK, RALEIGH. 



50,000 00 Iowa 7s, at 110c 

2, 500 00 North Carolina 6s, at 98c 

16,000 00 IlJiuois and Michigan canal 6s, at 102c 

8,346 18 Illinois new internal improvement stock, at 105c. 

79 , 000 00 Illinois interest bonds, at 90c 



Circulating notes 

Margin 

LAFAYETTE BANK, BLOOMINGTON. 



55,000 00 
2,450 00 

16,320 00 
8,763 48 

71,100 00 



61,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c. . 
2,500 00 Louisiana 6s, at 96c, 



54,900 00 
2,400 00 



Circulating notes 

Margin 

MARINE BANK OF CHICAGO. 

47,276 03 Illinois new internal improvement stock, at 105c. . 
12,000 00 Illinois interest bonds, at 90c 



Circulating notes 

Margin 

McLEAN COUNTY BANK, BLOOMINGTON. 



60,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c 
Circulating notes. . 



Margin 



49,639 83 
10,800 00 



54,000 00 



$74,220 00 
69,358 00 

4.862 00 



408,780 00 
371,580 00 



37,200 00 



127,200 00 
117,595 00 



9,605 00 



153,633 48 
112,300 00 



41, 



48 



57,300 00 
53,296 00 



4,004 00 



60,439 83 
50,001 00 



10,438 83 



54,000 00 
50,318 00 



3,682 00 



79 
Statement — Continued. 



[xcv] 



THE MERCHANTS' BANK, CARML 



586,000 00 Michigan 6s, at 106c 

12,000 00 Tennessee 6s, at 94c 

5,000 00 Virginia 6s, at 97c 

86,046 00 Illinois new internal improvement stock, at 105c. 



Circulating notes. 
Maroin 



$91,160 00 

11,280 00 

4,850 00 

37,848 30 



MERCHANTS' AND DROVERS' BANK, JOLIET. 



78,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c 

6,000 00 North Carolina 6s, at 98c 

14,000 00 South Carolina 6s, at 100c 

1,000 00 Louisiana 6s, at 96c ; 

2,900 00 Illinois and Michigan canal 6s, at i02c 

1,095 80 Illinois new internal improvement stock, at I05c. 
2 , 086 30 Illinois and Michio-au canal interest cert., at 90c . . 



Circulating notes. 
Margin 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER BANK, OXFORD. 



55,000 00 Virginia 6s, at 97c 

14, 500 00 Louisiana 6s, at 96c 

9,000 00 Tennessee 6s, at 94c 

15,00iJ 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c 

7,000 00 North Carolina 6s, at 9Sc , 

3,000 00 Illinois and Michigan canal 6s, at 102c, 

20,000 00 Iowa 7s, at lluc 



Circulating notes 

Margin. 

MORGAN COUNTY BANK, JACKSONVILLE. 



68,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c 

2,000 00 Tennessee 6s, at 94c 

1,000 00 North Carolina 6s, at 98c. 
5,500 00 Louisiana 6s, at 96c 



Circulating notes 

Margin 

NATIONAL BANK, EQUALITY. 



77,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c.. 
9,000 00 Virginia 63, at 97c. 
8,000 00 Georgia 6s, at 100c. 



-Circulating notes. 



Margin. 



70,200 00 
5,880 00 

14,000 00 

960 00 

2,958 00 

1,150 59 

1,872 27 



53,350 00 

13,920 00 
8,460 00 

13,500 00 
6,860 00 
3,060 00 

22,000 00 



61,200 00 

1,880 00 

980 00 

5,280 00 



59,300 00 
8,730 00 
S,0U0 00 



$145,138 30 
132,995 00 

12,143 30 



97,020 86 
89,441 00 



'7,579 



121,150 00 
112,316 00 



8,884 00 



69,840 00 
64,250 00 



5,090 00 



81,030 00 
73,376 00 



7,654 00 



[ XCTI ] 



80 



Stateinen^—Contimied. 



PRAIRIE STATE BANK. WASHINGTOX. 



$18,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c . 
30,000 00 Tennessee 6s, at 94c. 
22,000 00 Louisiana 6s, at 96c. 



Circulating notes. 
Margin 



RAILROAD BANK. DECATUR. 



11,000 00 Tennessee 6s, at 94c 

39,000 00 Virginia 6s, at 97c 

39,000 00 North Carolina 6s, at 98c. 



Circulating notes. 
Margin 



SOUTHERN BANK OF ILLINOIS, GRAYVILLE. 



1 47, 000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c . 
35,000 00 Louisiana 6s, at 96c. 



Circulating notes. 
Margin 



STATE BANK OF ILLINOIS, SHAWNEETOWN. 



162,500 00 Virginia 6s, at 97c 

245,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c 

60,000 00 Louisiana 6s, at 96c 

86,000 00 South Carolina 6s, at 100c , . , 

20 , 000 00 North Carolina 6s, at 98c , 

10,500 00 Georgia 6s, at 102c 

120,800 00 Illinois and Michigan canal 6s, at 102c. 
60,000 00 Illinois interest bonds, at 90c 



Circulating notes. 
Margin 



WARREN COUNTY BANK, MONMOUTH. 



64,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c. 
Circulating notes. . . 



Margin. 



$16,200 00 
28,200 00 
21,120 00 



10,340 00 
37,830 00 
38,220 00 



132,300 00 
33,600 00 



157,625 00 
220,500 00 
57,600 Oi) 
86,000 OU 
19,600 00 
10,710 00 
123,216 00 
54,000 00 



57,600 00 



$65,520 00 
60,709 00 



4,811 00 



86,390 00 
85,233 00 



1,157 00 



165,900 00 
152,536 00 



13,364 00 



729,251 00 
688,275 00 



40,976 00 



57,600 00 
53,125 00 



4,475 00 



89 



[cv] 



Statement — Continued. 



Names of Banks. 



Denominations issued. 



Lafayette Bank 

Marine Bank 

McLean County Bank 

SJechanics' and Farmers' Bank 

Merchants' Bank 

Merchants' and Drovers' Bank 

Merchants' and Mechanics's Bank. . . 

Mississippi River Bank 

Morgan County Bank 

National Bank. 

People's Bank 

Phoenix Bank , . . 

Prairie State Bank 

Quincy City Bank 

Railroad Bank 

Reed's Bank 

Rock Island Bank 

Rushville Bank 

Southern Bank of Illinois, Belleville. 
Southern Bank of Illinois, Grayville. 

State Bank of Illinois 

Stock Security Bank 

Union Bank 

Warren Countv Bank 



5,315, 
91,908 
36,725 
36,117 



5,315 
18,370 
36,725 

8,058 



5,315 
5,178 



47,726 

11,740 
3,327 
8,785 

12,396 

104,082 

4,545 

8,435 

2,272 

68,520! 
4,625 
4,545 



47,726! 
'3,3271 



11,999 
5,870 



52,041 
4,545 



8,000 

14,432j 

106,49t3' 

42,712' 

7,800- 



2,272 
6,000 
4,625 
4,545 
6,465 
8,000 

14,432 
106,496 

21,356 
7,800 



5,315 
23,548 



4,545 
8,435 
2,272 
5,897 
4,625 
4,545 
6,465 
3,000 



6,914 

8,867 

11,999 

5,870 

6,927 

3,785 

12,396 

52,040 

4,545 

8,434 

2,272 



39,826 
7^800 



4,625 

4,545 

6,465 

3,000 

14,432 

39,826 

21,357 

6,000 

10,820 



5,178 



6,927 
3,785 



8,434... 
1,500 500 



6,465 

14,432 
14.9 



$58,465 
313,702 
110,175 

86,803 
132,995 
239,170 

58,700 
113,886 

68,130 

74,376 
468,364 

50,000 
160,2^0 

49,992 
110,105 

50,875 

49,995 
129,300 

69,000 
259,776 
787,776 
192,209 

78,800 

54,100 



Law Yol.— 13 



90 



Statement — Continued. 



Names of Banks. 



Denominations returned and destroved. 



Agricultural Bank 260 

Alton Bank 2,3-23 

American Exchange Bank ' 

Bank of America ' 

Bank of Aurora^ j 9 , 400 

Bank of Albion I 

Bank of Belleville ^ 25 , 226 

Bank of Bloomington ; 

Bank of Carmi ' 

Bank of Cliester I 98 

Bank of the Commonwealth j 

Bank of Elgin '35,334 

B^nk of the Federal Union \ 

Bank of Galena 3,893 

Bank of Geneseo \ 

Bank of Hutsonville 1*7, 350 

Bank of Illinois j 1,669 

Bank of Lucms & Sinionds i 6,831 

Bank of Naperville '12,454 

Bank of Northern Illinois | 6,268 

Bank of Ottawa i 7,125 

Bank of Peru 11,857 

Bank of Pike County : 479 

Bank of Quincv ' 399 

Bank of Raleigh i 

Bank of the Republic 245 

Bank of Rocktord 6,290J 

Bank of Southern Illinois ; 2,452| 

Belvidere Bank 15,807 

Central Bank 49,387 

Chicago Bank 1 33,412 

City Bank, Chicago i 5,094 

City Bank, Ottawa I 

Citizens' Bank ' 278 

Commercial Bank 16 , 500 

Corn Exchange Bank | 1,212 

Clark's Exchange Bank '40,609 

DuPage County^Bank i 2,513 

Edgar County "Bank ! 523 

E. I. Tinkham & Go's Bank '27, 128 

Exchange Bank of H. A. Tucker & Co. j 4,383 

Farmers' Bank : 10, 814 

Parmers' and Traders' Bank j 6, 371 

Frontier Bank I 

Grand Prairie Bank j 1,096 

Grayvillc Bank 8,969 

Hamilton County Bank 12 , 601 

Highland Bank I 

International Bank j 

Lafayette Bank ....j 1,050 

Marine Bank i 71, 501 

McLean County Bank 1 19 , 865 

Mechanics' and Farmers' Bank 134,885 

Merchants' Bank ' 



103 
2,358 



9,725 
8,107 



20,210 



15,714 



872 



9,355 

1,924 
4,190 
4,2 

4,638 
112 
194 



216 
6,520 
2.865 



34,889 
5,301 



271 



1,013 
20,989 



404 



2,023 



7,966 
22,946 



66 

568 

1,072 



172 



7,923 
23^275 



,447 



57 



2801 

13| 2 
4,111| 



3,098 



1,907 
2,490 



5,825 

4,484 

65 

223 



9,645 

10,507 

2,498 



5,662 



500 



1,264 



1,265 



145 
6,559 
8,183 
4,829 
9,892 
3,793 
5,334 



5,899 

1,003 

12,818 

2,715 

390 



13,502113,619 
4,460 
5,487 
5,168 



1,637 

3,163 

13,421 



551 

14,583 
19,996 

7,787 



4,497 
4,829 



13,921 



494 
4,853 



39 

2091 252 { 
1,953 4,132 

15,264j 

4,559 

3,358 1,352] 

4,998i j 

9,209| 

8,842i 

5,400l I 



2421 226 

5,9531 ;.... 

902 i I 

19, 554!4, 290,4,293 
2,85012,228 

303i 

51, 057 1 

4,529 1 

5,5451 i 

3,770 



4!. 

730 1 572 [■ 
6,145 8,780 . 
14,188:1,150 
1,244 1,240 
5,754 5,847 
307 
19,967 



6,867 



4,864 



4,290 
63,962 
10,757 

347,571 

47,188 

4,016 

350,274 
49,439 
49,513 
50,044 
40 
13,740 

128,820 

168,646 

18,620 

87,240 

5,169 

263,701 
59,857 
84,294 



91 



cvii] 



Stateon en t — C ontinue d . 



Xames of Banks. 



Denominations rpturned and destroyed. 



Merchants' and Drovers' Bank , 

Mercliants' and Mechanics' Bank.. . . 

Mississippi River Bank 

Morgan County Bank 

National Bank , 

I'eople's Bank 

Puwiiix; Bank 

Prairie State Bank 

Quincy City Bank 

Railroad Bank 

Reed's Bank. 

Rock Island Bank 

Rushville Bank 

Southern Bank of Illinois, Belleville. 
Southern Bank of Illinois, Grayville. 

State Bank of Illinois 

Stock Security Bank 

Union Bank 

AVarren County Bank 



4, 



29,144 7, 



749 , 

102 
133 
77 
50,475; |ol,393 



7,787 
5,824 



100 
268 



4,508' 

2,234! 
1,238 
1,500 



4, 525 
5,579 
2, 260 I 

1 . 509 



4,2161 4,196 



4,535! 

5,248^5,120 
2,267 1,497| 500 

2,732' ' ... 

1,589 

3,972 



7,525| 7,760| 1 2,970 2,988 



4, 328 8, 384 



500' 630 
16,248 23,706: 4,617} 5,294 1, 00 

3o, 620 19,704' 20,850 

7,325. 7,578! 7,682 5,948 
' ' I 195 



$149,729 

57,134 

1 , 570 

3,880 

1,000 

455,959 

49,720 

99,541 

49,772 

24,772 

16,706 

44,999 

128,485 

67,775 

107,240 

99,501 

180,278 

75,267 

97-. 



[ CTIII ] 



92 



Sta tern en t — C ontimied . 



i 


Denominations outstanding 


Xames of Banks. 


S 1 g 

• i • i 


1 ! 1 

'^ \ : 

• 1 • 


CO 


"^ i 
o 

re' 


B 
o 

s 




7,833 
2,415 


7,490 
2,380 


2 715 


L5,120 
4,170 






$97,913 
46,170 




1,000 
11,573 








3,947 


185,465 


Bank of Aiiif rica I 




275 
24,562 


204 1 
24, 703 1 


1,162 




23,269 


24,746 

5,.150l 

74 6 ' 






270,232 




5,150 


...J 


77,250 


Bank of Belleville 


2, '795 
4,699 
8,5541 
4,568 


1,205 

4,700 
8,554 
4,500 


1 075! 


12,160 


Bank of Bloomington. . , , . , 

Bank of Cai'mi 


4,700l 4,700 

i 8,554! 

4,494' 4.3861 






51,699 


4,454 




112,972 


Bank of Chester 


48,980 






5,653 
4,820 
8,781 
2,902 


5,565 


_ 


84,915 


Bank of Eloin 


16,530 

8,781 

16,941 


8,218 


.'.\'.\'.\ 


57,066 


Bank of the Federal Union 






52,686 


Bank of Galena « 


9,295 


943! 





. . . . 


52,870 


Bank of Geue'^eo . • ... 




12,480 
461 


62,400 


Bank of HutsonvilJe 


2,680 

6,332 

100 

22,543 

12,531 

1,174 
13,240 
27,571 

4,143 



750 

8 
7,466 

14,511 
1,172 
2,860 

13,913 
2,520 




6,665 




6,093|28,469 
lo! 2 






166,956 


Bank of Lucas & Sinionds. 


1 


..., 


166 




37,475 


Bank of N^ortliern Illinois 








41,553 


Bank of Ottawa 


583 746 






8,997 


Bank of Veru 


3,014 

13,960 

2,491 






28,002 


Bank of Pike County 


8,163 

2 , 505 

18,237 

77,536 

41 

13,137 

1,000 

8,769 

93 

54 

8,334 

3,039 

53 

24,019 

117 

152 

7,087 

18,071 

16 

11 

11,510 

20,929 

3,118 

21,653 

91S 

7,88" 

7,584 

5,00S 

3,581 


2,731 

2,462 

16,058 


;;;; 


165,402 
53,801 


Bank of Ralei"-h 


251,765 




27,195 

376 

14,043 

6,185 

15,569 

3,122 

360 

8,334 

3,004 

900 

23,709 

2,891 

489 

6,867 

13,8.5-2 

i 16-2 

i 29t 

1 8,y0£ 


13,504 

146 

13,630 

1,645 
163 


13,575 

107 

13,302 

1,166 

8,086 

142 

120 


482,608 


Bank of Rockford 






1,194 


Bank of Southern Illinois 

Belvidere Bank 


5,102 


.... 


197,944 
j 14,683 


Central Bank 






1 83,672 








' 7,303 


City Bank, Chicago 

City Bank, Ottawa 


i* 




I 1,296 






1 50,004 


Citizen's Bank 


3,010 

23^908 
511 

1 6,986 
; 6,988 
1 85 
1 68 
10.112 


""io6 

23,918 

154 

288 

7,000 

6,871 

48 

10^451 


3,056 


.... 


54,779 




1,483 


Corn Exchange Bank 






263,374 




10 

72 


7 


4,700 


Du Paa"e County Bank 


1 2,833 




' 77,274 


E. I. Tinkham & Co.'s Bank 


1 




!l38,796 


Exchange Bank of H. A. Tucker & Co. 


' 




1 556 


Farmers' Rank 


i 




1 487 


Farmers' and Traders' Bank 




■ * ' 


118,036 


Frontier Bank 




120,925 

2,334 

119,020 

i 84 

7,841 

7,456 


... 


'813,895 


Grand Prairie Bank 

Gravville Bpnk 


9,854110,19" 

23,831124, 63'- 

2,505 1,68c 

t 


1,185 


1 69,358 
' 871, 580 


Hamilton County Bank 

Highland Bank. 


1 14,865 
!ll7,595 




i 1 




1112,300 


Lafayette Bank 


4,265 4,76^ 
20,407! 3,78'- 
16, 860116, 72J 

l,732i 27] 


[ 4,821 

r 825 




j 58,296 




1" 314 




I 50,001 


McLean County Bank 


' 50,318 


Mechanics' and Farmers' Bank 




4^ 
8,86" 


j 




2,509 


MerchuDts' Bank 




1 


1 8,866 




182,995 



93 



[ cix ] 



Statement — Continued. 



Names of Banks. 



Denominatious outstandin^i 



Merchants' and Drovers' Bank. . . 
Merchants' and Mi-chanics' Bank. 

Mississippi River Bank 

Morgan Connty Bank 

National Bank 

People's Bank 

Phoenix Bank 

Prairie State Bank 

Quiney tMty Bank 

Eailroad Bank .... 

Reed's Bank 

Rock Ij^land Bank 

Rushville Bank 

Southern Bank of Illinois, Belleville 
Southern Bank of Blinois, Grayville 

State Bank of Illinois 

Stock Security Bank 

Union Bank 

Warren Countv Bnuk 



276 
121 




4,212 
46 




6,825 

3,652 

12,819 

647 

11 


6,827'.-.. 
3,517|.... 


3,186 

5 
3,165 


3,314J.... 

Sj.... 


3,036 
573 


.... 


' 



30; 121. 

10,104! 6,048!, 

35,209134,532 13,4161. 

' 507! '. 

118 52 , 

10,625 \. 



§89,441 

1 , 566 

112,316 

64,250 

73,376 

12,405 

280 

60,709 

220 

85,233 

34,169 

4,996 

765 

1,225 

152,536 

688,275 

11,931 

1.533 

53,125 



Total 



6,21^,807 



[ ex ] 



94 

1^0. 25. 



A STATEMENT exfiibiting the number and denominations of hanl) 
note imjrressioyis received at this office^ from the date of the passage of 
the general hanking laio to the SOth day of November^ 1858/ the nam- 
her delivered to the respective hanks ; the number destroyed, and the 
number now remaining in this office. 



Karnes of Banks. 



Agricultural Bank 
Alcou Bank 



American Exchange Baul 

Bank of Albion 

Bank of Aledo 

Bank of America , 

Bank of Aurora , 

Bank of Belleville 



Bank of Eloomiugton. 
Bank of Carini. 



Bank of Chester 

Bank of Commerce , 

Bank of the Commonwealth 
Bank of Elgin . . , 



Bank of the Federal Unioi 
Bank of Galena 



Bank of Geneseo. 
Bank of Hutsonvi: 
Bank of Illinois. . 



Bank of Kewanee 

Bank of Lucas & Simonds. 



Bank of Xaperville 

Bank of Northern Illinois. 
Bank of Ottawa 



Bank of Peru 

Bank of Pike County. 
Bank of Qnincv 



Bank of Raleigh. ... 
Bank of the Republic. 



Bank of Rockford 

Bank of Southern Illinois. 



Denomina- | No. | No. I No. de- 
tions. ! received, i deliver d.i stroved. 

i i I " 



1, 2, .5, 5, 



10, 



10, f 
5, 



1, 1, 

1, 1, 2, 8, 
5, 5, 5, 10, 
2, 3, 5, 10, 

1, 1, 
5, 5, 10, 10, 
1, 1, 2, 3, 
5, 5, 5, 5, 
1, 2, 3, 5, 
1, 2, 8, 5, 

" I 10, 10, 

Belvidere Bank, I 1, 1, 8, 5, 



1, 2, 
1, 2, 

1, 2, 



1, 2, 
1, 2, 

1, 1, 
1, 



1, 1, 



2, 
3, 5, 
3, 5, 

1, 2, 

3, 5, 
), 10, 

2, 5, 
1, 2, 

3, 5, 
1, 5, 

.5, 10 



10, 

1, 1, 2, 

3, 

5, 5, 

1, 1, 2, 5, 

1, 3, -5, 5, 

5, 5, 

5, 5, 2, 1, 

20, 

3, 3, 

1. 1, 



10, 



1, 1, 
1, 2, 

1, 1, 



17,000 

5,00U 

3,000 

10,000 

6 , 000 

6,000 

5,000 

40,000 

29,000 

4,000 

10,000 

5 , 000 

5 , 000 

15,000 

10,000 

1 , 100 

12,000 

9,500 

15,000 

2,000 

10,000 

7,000 

1 , 000 

5,000 

1,000 

7,500 

18,000 

8.000 

14,000 

4,300 

2,500 

2,500 

5,000 

15,000 

18,999 

6,408 

7,000 

1,500 

7,498 

22,500 

20,000 

4,000 

4,250 

7,500 

11,000 

21,000 

25,000 

9,000 

16,495 

13,000 

6,000 



7,931 
1,738 
1 , 000 
7,511 
5,150 



5,000 
32,669 
24,021 
4,000 
4,700 
4,454 
4,100 



4,666 



5,667 
8,932 

15,000 
2,000 
8,781 
6,000 
500 
4,16f 
1 , 000 
6,240 

10,106 
8,000 

11,488 



1,265 
2,500 
4,432 
11,666 
18,799 
6,408 
1,892 



7,498 

5,050 

14,024 

2,734 

2,714 

2,271 

10,095 

13,720 

23,200 

6,666 

16,495 

3,227 

5,995 



338 



4,9'i 



7,894 



1,266 



2,334 



No. on 
hand. 



95 



[cxi] 



Statemoit—Conthmed. 



Karnes of Br.nks. 



Belvidere Banl 
Central Bank. 



Xo. 



No. 



Donoinina- | No. i No. 

tioD^ ; received, deliver'd. destroy'd' on hand. 



Chicago Bank. 



City Bank of Cairo. 
City Bank, Chicago. 
City Bank, Ottawa. 

Citizens, Bank 

Commercial Bank. , 



Continental Bank 

Corn Eexchange Bank.. 
CUirk's Exchange Bank. 



Du Page County Bank. 



Edgar County Bank 

E. I. Tinkham & Co.'s Bank. 



Exchange Bank of H. A. T. & Co. 



Farmers' Bank. 



Farnjers' and Traders' Bank . 

Frontier Bank 

Grand Prairie Bank 



Grayville Bank 

Haniiltou County Back. 



Highland Bank 

International Bank 

Kane County Bank 

LafaTette Bank 

Marine Bank of Chicago. 



McLean County Bank 

4 t t I 

Mechanics' and Farmers' Bank. 



Merchants' Bank • • • 

Merchants' and Drovers' Bank.. 



Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank. 
Mississippi River Bank 



Morgan County Bank. 

National Bank 

People's Bank 

Phffinix Bank 

Prairie State Bank. . 
Quincy City Bank. . . 



Railroad Bank. 



1,1, I 

1, 1, 3, 5, 

1, 1, 

1,2, 

3, 5, 

1, 2, 3, 5, 

1, 2, 3, 5, 

1, 5, 

1, 2, 5, 10, 

1, 1, 3, 5, 

1,1-, 

0, 10, 
1, 2, 3, 5, 
1, 1, 2, 5, 

20, 10, 

3, S, 

10, 

1, 3, 5, 

1, 2, 3, 5, 

1, 1, 2, 3, 

5, 6, 5, 5, 

1, 2, 3, 5, 

1, 2, 

1, 1, 2, 5, 

1, 1, 2, 

1, 2, 3, 5, 

5, 10, 

1, 2, 5, 10, 

1, 2, 

2, 5, 
1, 2, .0, 10, 

1, 2, 3, 5, 

10, 10, 

5, 10, 

5, 10, 

1, 2, 3, 5, 

i, 2, 3, 5, 

1 10, 5, 3, 1, 

5, 2, 1, 1, 

1, 1, 

I 1, 2, 

1, 2, 

1, 2, 5, 
1, 1, 

5, 10, 

2, 3, 5, 
1, 2, 

5, 3, 1, 1, 

1, 2, 0, 10, 

5, 10, 

1, 2, 5, 10, 

1, 5, 

1, 1, 2, 5, 

1, 2, 3, 5, 

1, 3, 5, 10, 

10,10,10,20 

1, 2, 3, 5, 

5, 



1, 



5,000 
20,000 
15,000 
36,699 
4,625 
5,500 
10,000 
8,334 
6,000 
1 , 000 
2,500 
12,000 
40,000 
21,500 
8,000 
8,000 
3,305 
3 , 305 
8,000 
25,000 I 
18,500 
5,000 
5,000 
6,000 
1,250 
20,000 
25,000 
3,000 
9 , 000 
11,000 
27,800 
15,350 
13,508 
10,000 
20,000 
5,000 
T.OOO 
5,178 
19,890 
25,000 
17,000 
23,004 
11,201 
15,000 
10,000 
12,000 
40,000 
7,050 
4,000 
4,000 
6,000 
16,800 
53,000 
6,015 
12,500 
500 
2,272 
6.000 



5,000 
17,946 
14,500 
36,534 

3,935 



4,546 



5,555 



334 



,142 
.000 




1,520 



2.945 



1,134 



103 



[ CXII ] 



96 



Statement — Continued. 



Xames of Banks. 


Deiiomina- No. 
tioas. received. 


No. 

deliver'd. 


No. 
destroy'd 


No. 

on hand. 


Eailroad Bank 


1, 1, 2, ' 6,000 
11 ! 30 000 


6,000 

28,259 

4,625 

4,545 

6,465 

3,000 

5,000 

14,432 

39,826 

66,670 

7,484 

21,357 

6,000 

1,800 

2,705 








.. . .' 

8,535 


1,740 

375 

1,000 


Beed'sBank 

Rock Inland Bank 


1, 2, 3, 5, 

1, 2, 3. 5, 

10, 5, 3, 2, 

1, 2, 5, 10, 

1, 2, 

1, 2, 5, 10, 

1, 2, 3, 5, 

1, 2, 

10, 10, 

1, 1, 2, 5, 

1, 2, 3, 5, 


5,000 

5,545 
10,000 

3,000 
10,108 
14,500 
39,826 
66,670 
11,250 
26,655 

7.000 


Rushville Bank 


" " Grayville.. 
State Bank of Illinois 





5,108 
68 








( ( i. 1. 


"5,'298' 
1,000 


3,766 


Stock Security Bank 






1, 2, 3, 1 SOO 




"Warren Coiuitv Bank. ... 


5, 5, 5, 5, 


3,000 




295 



81 



Banks in Voluntciry Liquidation. 



[XCTII ] 



THE BANK OF AMERICA, CHICAGO. 
2,000 00 Missouri 6s at 90c 


81,800 00 


$1,800 00 
1 162 00 












638 00 




10,670 00 
27,260 00 




BANK OF NAPERVILLE. 
11,000 00 Virginia 63, at 97c 




2y , OUO 00 Tennessee 6s, at y4c 






37,930 00 
37,475 00 


Ciroulatin"' notes 




Margin 




455 00 




4,850 00 
5,400 00 




BANK OF OTTAWA. 

5,000 00 Virginia 6^ at 97c 

G,U00 00 Missouri Os, at 9i)o • 


10,250 00 






8,997 00 








Margin 


1,253 00 


BANK OF PEFvU. 
31,000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c 


27,900 00 
4,080 00 




4,0u0 00 Illinois and Michigan canal 6s, at 102c 






31,980 0,0 


Circulatin<^ notes. .•... . 




28,0,02 01^ 






■ 


Margin .,....., 


3,978 00 


BELVIDERE BANK. 
10 , 000 00 Missouri 6s, at 90c , , . , , 


9,000 00 
5,820 00 




6,000 00 Virginia 6s, at 97c 






14,820 00 
14,683 00 


Circulating notes , , , 










Maro'in • , , 


137 00 




8,866 32 




CHICAGO BANK. 
8,444 12 Illinois new internal improvement stock, at I05c. 


8,866 32 
7,303 00 


Margin .,,...,,., ,...,,,., 




1,563 32 


CLARK'S EXCHANGE BANK, SPRINGFIELD. 
6 000 00 Missouri 6s at 90c 


5,400 00 


5 400 00 




4 700 00 










700 00 













Law Vol.— 12 



[ XCTIII ] 



82 



Statement — Continued. 



EXCHANGE BANK OF E. A. TUCKER & CO., CHICAGO. 



Specie 

Circulalinsr notes. 



REED'S BANK, GALESBURG. 



42,000 00 Missouri Gs, at 90c. 
Circulating no-tes. 



ROCK ISLAND BANK. 



6,000 00 Missouri fls, at 90c. 
Oirculatin"; notes, . 



Margin 



SOUTHERN BANK OF ILLINOIS, BELLEVILLE. 



hpeoic 

Circulating notes. 



8556 00 



3*7,800 00 



5,400 00 



|5o6 00 
o56 00 



37,800 00 
34,169 00 



3,f.31 (M) 



5,400 00 
4,996 00 



1,225 00 



1,225 00 
1,225 (»0 



85 

Ko. 21. 



[ XCIX ] 



A STATJ^^fJ^yT of the condition of the suspeiidecl hanhs vdiose notes 
are redeemed at this office^ with the rate at which each is redeemed. 



18.57. 


Oct. 


2S 


1858. 


Mar. 


1 


l8ot. 


Oct. 


23 


180 8, 


Nov. 


30 
30 
30 
30 



BANK OF BELLEVILLE, BELLEVILLE, i 

I 

To amount of stocks deposited 1 1229,740 00 

'' " net proceeds of sale of securities. 237,783 95 

By amount circulation outstandina;. ...... 

'' " " redeemed to diUe. 

'* " ptid to receiver 

" " expense account 

" " cash on hand i, . i » . . . 

Redeemiad at par 



229,740 00 

217,415 00 

7,500 00 

112 00 

12,756 95 



1857. Nov. 
" Feb. 



1857. Nov. 

1858. Nov. 



1857. Oct. 

1858. ilar. 



1857. Oct. 

1858. Nov. 



1857. Sept. 
" Dec. 

1857. Sept. 

1858. Nov. 



1858. Oct. 



1858. Oct. 
" Nov. 



BANK OF IIUTSONVILLE, HUTSON- 
j VILLE. 

To amount of stocks deposited 

I " " net proceeds of sale of securities. 

: By amount circulation outst.iddinj; 

j " " " redeemed to date. .. . 

{ " " expanse account 

I " " specie on hand. . 

Redeemed at par. 

HAMILTON CO. BANK, McLEANSBORO. 

To amount of stocks depo-<ited 

" '' net proceeds of sale of securities. 

By amount circulation ont^tandincr. ........ 

" '■ " redeemed to date, .. . 

" " expense account 

" " specie on hand 

Redeemed at par. 

RUSHVILLE BANK, RUSIIYILLE. 



DO, 820 00 
04,328 85 



90,820 Go 

83,997 00 

81 50 

10,250 85 



177,290 00 
183,717 80 



177,290 00 

162,423 00 

47 45 

21,247 85 



To amount of stocks deposited 

" " proceeds of sale of securities. . 

By amount circulating notes outstanding. . . . 
" '' circulation redeemed to date. .. . 

" " expense account 

" *' paid receiver 

" " specie on hand. ■. 

Redeemed at par. 

DU PAGE COUNTY BANK, NAPERVILLE. 

To amount specie deposited, 

" " received from the treasurer. 

By amount circulation outstanding 

" " " redeemed to date. . . . 

" " expense account 

" " specie on hand 

Redeemed at par. 



23,492 00 

23,873 85 



23,492 CO 

22,727 00 

61 70 

200 00 

885 15 



3,343 00 
3,343 00 



3,343 00 

544 00 

2 00 

2,797 00 



^467,523 95 



467,523 95 



185.148 85 



185,148 85 



361,007 80 



361,007 80 



47,365 85 



47,365 85 



6,686 00 



6,686 00 



[0] 



84 



Statement — Continned. 



1S58. Aug. 


22 


4i U 


22 


1858. Aug. 


22 


" Nov. 


80 


« «4 


30 


<i It 


30 



MERCHANTS' k MECHANICS' BANK, 
CHICAGO. 

To amount specie deposited 

*' " received from treasurer. .. . 



By amount circulation outstanding 

*' " '' redeemed to date. 

" " er.pense account 

" " specie on hand 

Ecdcemed ai par. 



COMMERCIAL BANK, CHICAGO. 



1858. Sept. 18 ; To stocks deposited. 



28 I '* amount of proceeds of sale of stocks. . . . 



1858. Sept. 18 ! By amount circulation outstanding 

" Nov. 30 I " " " redeemed to date.. 
'* " 30 I " " expense account 



30 



' " specie on hand 
Redeemed at par. 



PEOPLE'S BANK, CARML 



^1,960 00 
1,9 GO 00 

1,960 00 

394 00 

10 50 

1,555 50 



2,005 00 

2,089 40 

2,005 00 

522 00 

5 00 

1,562 40 



1857. 


July 


4 


" 


Dec. 


28 


1857. 


July 


4 


1858. 


Nov. 


30 
30 
30 



1S57. 


May 
July 


20 
15 


1857. 
1858. 


May 
Nov. 

(I 


20 
30 

30 
80 



To amount stocks deposited 

" " net proceeds of sale of stocks. . . 

By amount circulation outstanding 

" am'tcircul'nredeem'd to date, |98,17l«94c 

" " expt nse account 

" " specie on hand. ^ 

Redeemed at 94c. 

STOCK SECURITY BANK, DANVILLE. 

To amount stocks deposited 

" " net proceeds of sale of stocks. .. 

By am't circulation outstanding. 

" " " redeemed to date, $ll5,483a88:^c. 

" ** expense account 

" '* specie on nnnd 

Redeemed at 88ic. 



110,264 00 
103,656 09 

110,264 00 

92,280 74 

82 15 

11,293 20 



127,378 00 
112,673 89 

127,378 00 

101,913 74 

109 75 

10,650 40 



85 



[CI] 



:No. 22. 

A STATEMENT of the cmdition of smpended han'ks, wJiose time for 
rederrqytion has exjnred hy liinitation of lavj. 



FARMER'S BANK, CHICAGO. 



SPECIE. 



1856. Nov. 


30 


1658. " 


30 


' ' ' ' 


30 


» ' ' ' 


30 



1856. 
Is58. 



1856. 
1858. 



1856. 
IS 58. 



1S56. 
1858. 



Amount on hand 

Aniouni paid for redemption of notes 

Ajiiouut paid for expeiitie account 

Amount cash due receiver or stockholders. 

CIRCCLATIOX. 

i 

jO Amount outstanding , 

io Amount redeemed subsequeniiy 

i>0 Amount lost 



^156 60 
23 00 

313 85 



THE PHCEXIX BANK, CHICAGO. 



SPECIE. 



156 00 
478 00 



1856. 


' 30 


1^5b. 


' 30 




' 30 


1856. 


' 30 


1858. 


' 30 


' ' 


" 30 


" 


' 30 


1856. 


' 30 


1858. 


' 30 


' ' 


" oO 



80 I Amount en hand 

3o Amount paid lor redemption of notes.. . . 

3U i Amount paid expense account 

30 I Amount cash due receiver or stocliholder; 



ciucclatiox. 



135 


00 


23 


00 


255 


40 



Amount outstanding 

Amount redeemed subsequently 
Amount lo;t 



THE CITY BANK, CHICAGO. 

SPECIE. 



135 00 

280 00 



Amount on hand 

Amount paid for redemption of notet 
Amount paid expt-nse aceoLnt. 



243 00 

23 OC 

Amount cash due receiver or stockholders ! 1,271 40 



CIRCULATION. 



Amount outstanding 

Amount redeemed subsequently 
Amount lost 



MECHANICS' AND FARMERS' BANK, 
SPRINGFIELD. 

SPECIE. 



30 Amount on hand 

30 Amount paid for redemption of notes. . . 

30 Amount paid expense account 

3o J Amount paid Thomas Lewis, stockholder. 

CIRCULATION. 



30 J Amount outstanding 

30 i Amount redeemed subsequently. 
30 f Amount lost 



243 00 
1,296 00 



2 


282 

13 

,492 


00 
00 
15 




2 


282 
,509 


00 
00 



[ ^'H ] 



86 



Statement — Contiuuod. 



185fi. 


N 


0\\ 


80 


18.38. 




'' 


'60 


1856. 




< i 


30 


i8oS. 




a 


'60 



1856. 

1858. 



1856. 
1.^58. 



1856. 
1858. 



1856. 
1858. 



THE UNION BANK, CHICAGO. 

SPECIE. 

ATiioiHit on hand ^ . 

Aiiioimt paid tor ledHinptiou of )!otes. . . . 

Aiiiount paid N. H. Ridgeiy, attoriie^y 

Amount paid expense aocouuc " 



><7S (.)0 

1,5U7 65 

23 00 



CIRCCLATION. 



i Amount outstanding 

I Aniounl redeemed Bubsequeiitl y 
j Amount lost 



1856. 


' SO 


1858. 


' oO 


' ' 


' '60 




' oO 


1856. 


' SO 


1&58. 


' so 



THE BANE 01^ ROCKFORD, ROCKFORD. j 

SPECIE. 



78 00 
1,5SS 00 



Amount on hand. ' 

Amount paid for redemption of notes : 426 00 

Amounr, paid expense aeeount. I 16 95 

j Amount paid M. titarr, receiver j 1,177 00 



CinCULATIOX. 



Amount outstanding 

Anioni.t redeemed s.ubriequenL] y. 
Amount lost ' 



BANK OF LUCAS & SmoXDS, SPRINGFIELD. 

SPECIE. 



426 00 
1,194 00 



Amount on hand 

Amount paid for redemption of note: 
Amount paid siockliolders . . , 



117 00 
166 00 



CIKCULATIOX. 



Amount outstanding 

Amount ledeemed subsequently, 
Amount lost 



THE QUINGY CITY BANK. 

.SPECIE. 



117 00 
166 00 



Amount on hand 

Amount paid stockholdeit 



CiliCrLATlON. 



Amount outstandii 
Amount lost 



11,608 63 

1,608 65 
1,611 00 

_Mii 00 

1,619 95 

1.619 95 

1.620 00 
1.620 00 

283 00 
283 00 
283 00 
283 00 



442 00 
442 00 



220 00 
220 00 



87 

No. 23. 



[cm] 



BECAFITVLATION of semirlties deposited, ca.^h vcd-iie^ circidcdion 
ouMandhiy^ and 'value raanjm on dcjjosit. 



88,3fi9 


000 00 


796 


oUO 


00 


749 


,500 


00 


372 


500 


00 


282 


009 


00 


•100 


000 


()U 


81 


500 


00 


16 


000 


Ol) 


192 


730 


96 


91 


000 


00 


206 


000 00 


50 


000 


00 


56 


000 


00 


289 


000 


00 


2 


()80 


8(^ 


182 


3(18 


71 


32 


958 


79 


187 


000 


00 


86 


563 


03 


7,124 


041 


79 



Missouri 6?, at 90c , 

Virginia 6s, at 97c 

Tennessee 6s, at 94c 

Lousiana 6s, at 96c 

X.irtU Carolina 6s, at 98c , 

South Carolina, at lOOc , 

Georgia 6s, at 102c 

Kentucky 6s, at 104c 

Ohio 6s,'at KXic 

Id wa 7s, at 1 1 Oc . . . . 

Michigan 6s, at 106c 

Michigan 7s, at 110c 

Minnesota 8s, at l()8c , 

Illinois and Michigan canal 6s, at 102c 

Illinois and Michigan interest certificates, at 90l 
Illinois internal improvement stock, at 105c. . . . 

Illinois liquidation, at lOoc 

Illinois interest bonds, at 9(ic 

Specie (protested banks) 

Amount of secured circulation outstanding 

Excess of securities 



$3 


,032 


,100 00 




772 


605 00 




704 


530 00 




357 


600 00 




276 


36U 00 




100 


000 Oo 




83 


130 00 




16 


640 Oo 




204 


294 76 




lOo 


loo 00 




218 


360 00 




55 


000 Go 




60 


480 00 




294 


780 00 




1 


872 30 




191 


424 14 




34 


606 72 




168 


3()0 00 




68 


563 03 


6 


740 


745 95 


6 


205 


122 00 




6;-; 5 


623 95 



[civ] 



88 

IS^O. 24:. 



STATEMENT of the nuinber and denoinmatwns of maculating notes 
issued to the hanks, returned and destroyed, and outstanding November 
30^A, 1858. 



Names of Banks. 



Denominations issued. 



Agricultui"al Bank 

Alton Bank 

American Excliange Bank 

Bank of America 

Ban k of Aurora 

Bank of Albion 

Bankoflielleville 

Bank of Bloomington 

Bank of Carmi 

Bank of Cliester 

Bank of the Commonwealth 

Bank of Elgin 

JJank of the Federal Union 

JJank of Galena 

3>ank of Geneseo 

Bank of Hutsonville 

Bank of Illinois 

Bank of Lucas & Simonds 

Bank of Naperville 

Bank of Northern Illinois 

Bank of Ottawa 

Bank of Peru 

Bank of Pike County 

Bank of Quincy 

Bank of Raleigh 

Bank of the Republic 

Bank of Rockford 

Bank of Southern Illinois 

Belvidere Bank 

Central Bank 

Chicago Bank 

City Bank, Chicago 

City Bank, Ottawa 

Citizens' Bank 

Commerical Bank 

Corn Exchange Bank 

Clark's Exchange Bank 

Du Page County Bank 

Edgar County i3ank 

E. I. Tinkham & Co.'s Bank 

Exchange Bank of H. A. Tucker & Co 

Farmers' Bank 

Farmers' and Traders' Bank 

Frontier Bank 

Grand Prairie Bank , 

Grayville Bank 

Hamilton County Bank , 

Highland Bank 

International Bank 



7,593 

4,738 



32,669 



28,021 
4,099 
8,554 
4,066 



51,804 

8,781 

20,334 



20,210 

8 , 0(X) 

6,931 

34,997 

18,799 

8,299 

25,097 

28, 051 i 

4,542 



27,440 

6,666 

16,495 

21,992 

64,956 

36,534 

5,454 

8,334 

3,282 

17,400 

24,921 

43,000 

3,002 

7,390 

40,980 

4,545 

11,110 

15,280 



10,950 

27,800 
15,106 



7,593 

4,738 



4,738 



10,00u 
32,669 



21,415 

4,7(10 
8,554 
4,666 



J3,93l 



10,167 



10,105 



1,932 
11,665 
18,799 

8 , 300 

7,498 
14,025 

2,714 



13,720 

6,666 

16.495 



36.534 
5,454 



,281 



10,000 
32,669 



24,021 
4,700 



4,666 



1 , 000 



8,000 
2,500 



6,408 

7,498 

14,025 

2,714 



13,720 
6,666 

16,495 
5,995 

17,978 
3,935 
5,454 



24,921 
21,500 



7 , 320 
20,490 

4,545 

5,555 
15,280 15,280 



6,005 
24,921 
12,972 
I 3,003 
i 7,320 
!20,49O 
! 4.545 



1 1 , 834 
27,800 
15,106 



15,106 



15,180 

4,738 

15,019 



32,669 

5,150 

24,021 

4 , 700 

8,554 

4 , 666 

5,666 

8,931 

8,781 

6,000 

12,480 

10,100 

38,976 

2,500 



,408 



8,202 

2,714 

20,190 

92,800 

4,600 

16,495 

5,993 

17,978 

3,935 

5 , 454 

8,334 

3,281 

6,006 

24,921 

19,671 

3,002 

7,320 

69,128 

4,545 

5,550 

15,280 

20,929 

3,884 

27,800 

15,107 

9,081 

13,302 



1,000 
15,020 



5,150 



4,454 
5,667 



500 



1,265 



2,734 

2,714 

20,190 



>,454 



3,282 



4,300 
2,300 



20,929 
2,906 

27,800 
1,234 
9,081 

13,803 



1,265 



4,300 



•$98,709 
62,118 

225,295 
50,000 

359,359 
78,250 

263, 0]<) 
51,69'.) 

112,972 
51,320 
85,000 

144,383 
52,686 
78,608 
62,400 
90,950 

226,880 
08,745 
58,327 
50,397 
76,163 
62,587 

160,525 
58,822 

302,850 

560,040 
62,996 

245,985 
69,942 

208,780 

141,082 
59,994 
50,004 
59,069 
65,445 

274,131 

1352,271 
50,021 
81,290 

489,070 
49,995 
50,000 

168,080 

313,935 
83,098 

500,500 

178,511 

130,215 

[199,540 



97 



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[CXT] 



8TATE2LENT of the condition of the Banks of the State of Illinois, 
on the first Monday in Octoher, 1858, as exhiolted in their qua.rterly 
rejjorts. 



RESOURCES 



Xajnes of Bankv. 


Lccatiou. 


Stocks deposited 
as security for 
circulation. 


Real Estate. 


! 

j:>rotes of Other 
banks on 
hand. 


Ag' i cultural Bank 

Alton B .nk 


Marion 

Alton 

Raleigh 

Aurora 

Bloomington . 

Carmi 

Chester 

Robinson. . . . 

Elgin 

Rock Island. . 

Galena 

Geneseo 

Xew Haven. . 
Naperville. . . 
Waukegan . . 

Peru 

Griggsville. . . 

Quincy 

Raleigh 

McLeansboro. 

Bolton 

Belvidere 

Peoria .. 

Ottawa 

Mt. Carrael. . 

Fairfield 

Springfield. . . 

Paris 

-McLeansboro. 
Charleston. , . 

Benton 

Urbana 

Gravville. . . . 
Pitt-field .... 

Raleigh 

Bloomington. 
Chicago .... 
Bloomington. 

Joliet 

Oxford 

Jacksonville . 

Equality . 

Washington. . 

Decatur 

Galesburg 

Gravville 

Sliawnaetown 
Monmouth . . . 


$110,600 00 

57,739 16 

208,000 00 

325,000 00 

59,045 08 

87,055 00 

48,980 00 

101,000 00 

58,000 00 

55,000 00 

64,915 11 

57,000 00 

183,519 00 

45,908 87 

50,000 00 

37.000 GO 

173,404 02 

67,700 00 

292,000 00 

516,615 80 

237,000 00 

22,539 50 

89,567 45 

56,125 00 

70,142 54 

272,590 00 

5,250 00 

75,722 50 

139,000 00 

126,000 00 

284,960 00 

69,:;58 00 

397,990 00 

120,000 OO 

92,003 87 

63,500 00 

69,305 72 

60,000 00 

112,076 10 

123,500 00 

80,500 00 

82,460 00 

70,000 00 

89,000 00 

39,536 22 

. 151,080 00 

768,687 20 

64,000 00 






$22,813 00 










5 493 00 


Bank of Bloomin^'ton 




16,247 00 


B.mk of Carmi 




Bank of Chester 


$1,020 00 



131 00 


Bank of the Con monwealth 




Bank of Ei^in 


::: 




Bank of the Federal Union 







Biiuk of Galena 




25,.'i74 00 




11,000 00 


2,630 00 


Bdiik of liliuoi". 


Bank of Napervi'le 


6,376 71 

5,000 00 

14,213 75 

720 00 




Bank of Northern Illinois. . 

B.mk of Peri 

Bank of Pike County 


4,434 00 
17,382 00 

4,145 00 
13,402 00 


Ban'c of Ralei-ih 

Bank of the Republic 





Bank of Southern Illinois. . 






Belvidere Bank 




570 00 


Central Bank 

Cify Bank 


21,689 82 


6,542 00 
22,982 00 


Citizen>' Bank 




Corn Exchange I ank 




1,833 0© 


Clark's Exchange Bank 






Edjrar County Bi nk 





7,626 OO 


^5. I. Tinkham & Jo.'sBanlc. 






Fanners' and Tra lers' Bank. 
Frontier Bank 


2,258 40 


5,725 00 


Grand Prairie Btnk 

Gravville Bank 


3,650 00 
3,000 00 


11,151 17 
812 00 


Highland Bank 


International Bai k 






Lafnvette B»nk 


. . . 


17 573 00 


Marine Bank 





10 000 00 


McLenn County Bank 




28,961 0© 


Merchants' and D overs' B'k. 
Mi«5i=sinpi River Bank 




11,874 00 
7,200 00 


Morgan County Bank 







National Bank 






Prairie State Bark 




1 


4 940 00 


Railroad Bank 


7,341 3G 


7,043 81 
6 800 00 


Reed's Bank 


Southern Bank oi Illinois. . . 






State B:ink of Ill'nois 

Warren County 3ank 


11,500 00 


3,643 00 
4 500 00 








6,428,356 H 


87,769 .54 


271,520 08 



[cxvi] 



100 

Sta tement — C oiitiniTed. 



RESOURCES. 



Names of Bauka. 


Amount of debts 
owing to the 
bank other 
thanloa sand 
discounts. 


Loans and 
discounts. 


Specie on 
hand. 


Deposited 
with other 
banks and 
bankers. 


1 


$83,975 00 


.^^25,950 00 


$500 00 

34,871 06 

750 00 

4,092 44 

4,018 76 

600 00 

5,010 23 

500 Oo 

3,802 47 

4,000 Oo 

46,1H0 9>) 

S57 85 

500 00 






$60,556 08 




179,450 00 








204,162 56 


Bank of BlooiLiingtoa 






22,388 16 








15,501 75 




698 95 
85,333 00 


2,943 35 


48,980 00 


Bank of the CoraraonwealLh. . 
B-\nk of Elo-in 






43,265 53 








1 ,000 00 


Bank of Galena 






128,640 79 






16,534 27 


17,577 88 


Bank of Illinois 




30,4 67 00 


Bank of Napt-rville 

Bank of Northein Illinois. . . 
Bank of Per n 


6,791 7d 
62,210 94 


28,517 34 


956 66 


5,697 30 
6,664 91 
2,fi85 25 
10,404 32 
1 ,500 00 
7,934 20 
50() 00 


1 546 81 
67,850 26 


Bank of Pike County 


415 74 


24,388 34 


27,596 34 
28,137 91 


Bank of Ralei"h 


246,705 00 






Bank of the Republic 

Bank of Southtrn Illinois. . . . 










64,500 00 










CentiMl Bank 






1,248 12 

16,286 09 

1,500 00 

8,700 70 

l,0(iO 00 

2,182 47 

500 00 

12,003 88 

1,000 00 

5,897 08 

2,291 46 

cOO 00 


31.471 15 








44,807 49 








53,279 00 


Coin Exclian"e Bank 






79,475 35 


Clark's Exchang>- Bank 

Edgar Comity Bank 

E I Tinkliam & Co 's Bank.. 


1,640 97 


41,506 12 


3,818 00 

1,353 78 

49,648 00 


Fai mers' and Tradeis' Bank . . 
Frontier Bank 


8,357 06 


40,382 77 


2,462 88 
50,000 00 


Grand Prairie Bank 

Grawille Bank 


19,179 00 
2,968 00 


27,193 00 


17,754 88 
3,219 71 


Highland Bank 




47,100 00 










Lafayette Bank 

Marine Bank 


32,028 95 




5,341 81 

19,500 00 

10,532 44 

5,884 84 

232 50 

1,000 00 

2,939 09 

8,714 30 

1,328 55 

2,000 00 

1,.500 00 

12,753 35 

3,700 00 


28,851 90 




270,279 66 


McLean County Bank 

Merchants' and DlOver^' Bank. 

Missis^ippi Rivcv Bank 

M(irt!!aii Conilt^■ Bank 


12,000 00 

203,599 56 

26,389 50 


13,963 18 


40,938 93 

188,324 32 

5,000 00 

49,000 00 








65,206 58 


Prairie State Bank 

Rai'road Bank 


61, (-.59 00 
2,760 10 


89,075 96 


si' 30 




25,369 00 


Southern Bank of Illinois. . . . 




48,500 00 






713,696 45 


Wairen Counrv Bank 




44,925 00 










1,036, 1H2 53 260,4.i4 83 


269,585 87 


2,627,694 11 



101 

Statemen i — Continued. 



[ CXYII ] 



RESOURCES. 



Xames of Banks. 



' Expense ac- 
I count. 



Personal es- 
tate. 



Interest 
account. 



Checks, dnifts 
and cash 

ileius. 



sG-iJ 



1,712 30 



3,940 94 



^51 51 



Agricultur;!l Bank 

Alton B;ink 

American Exchange Bank 

Bank of Auiora.. 

Bank of Bloorahigton 

Bank of Cai mi 

Bank of Che ner 

Bank of tiie Commonweallh 

Bank of Elgin 

Bank of the Federal Union 

Bank of Cralena 

Bank of Gnneseo 

Bank of Illinois 

Bank of Xaperville 

Blink of Noithern Illinois 

Bank of Peru 

Bank of Pike County 

Bi.nk of Quincv 

B.ii.k of Huhigh 

B:ink of the Repul.lic 

Bank of Smiihcrn ll.inois 

Belvidere Bank 

Central Bank 

City Bank 

Citizens' Bank 

Co' n Exchange Bank 

Clark' ■ Ex.hange Bank 

Edgar Countv Bank 

E 1. Tinkhain & Go's B^uik 

Farmers' and Traders' Bank 

Frontier Bank 

Grand Prairie Bank 

Gravvill. B ink 

Hisihland Bank 

International Bank 

Lafayette Bank 

Marine I'ank 

McLean County Bank. . 

Mei chants' and Drovers' Bank. . . 

Mississippi River Bank 

Morgan County Bank 

National Bank 

Prairie State Bank !• 

Railroad Bank ; 1 , 000 00 j . 

Reed's Bank j. 

South rn Bank of Illinois ' i • 

State Bank of Illinois ' • . 

Vv^'arien Countv Bank • 



S749 26 



8675 Ou 



1,065 77 



1,162 33 



102 01 



4,195 00 



326 88 



1,457 60 



1.581 37 
1,579 32 



6,280 33 



16,''f^2 81 



33 



73 



[ C XVIII ] 



102 
Statement — Continued. 



RESOURCES. 



Names of Banks. 



Profit and loss Surplus bonds Tot-J. 

account. deposited. 



AsiicnUural Bunk 



Alton Bank 



Anieiican Exchange Bank. . 

Bank of Aurora . . 

Bank of Bioouiingiun 

Bank of Caimi 

Bank of Ohest.er 

Bank of the Commonwealth. 

Bank of Elgin 

Bank of the Federal Union. 

Bank of Gtilena 

Bank of Gene.seo 

Bank of Illinois 

Bank of Naperviile 

Bank of JS'ortnern Illinois.. . 

Bank of ieru 

Bank of Pike County 

B.ink of Quinc}- 

Bank of tiie Republic 

Bank of RaL'igh 

Btnk of Soutliein IlLnois .. 

Belviderw iiauk 

Central Bank 

City Baniv 

Citizen's Bank 

Com Exeliange Bunk 

Clark s Hixciiange Bank 

Edgar Count} Bank , 

E. 1 Tinkhani & Co.'s Bank. 
Fanners' :>nd Traders' Bank. 

Frontier Bank 

(irand Prairie Bank 

GravviUe Bank 

HiguKnd Bank , 

internal. oual Bank 

Lafa_\ etCe Bank 

Marine B.mk 

McLean County Bank 

Alercbaiits' and Drover.-;' B.i 
Mis>issippi River Bank. . . . , 
Morgan County Bank. ... . 

NatiDual Banlc 

i'raiiio State Bank , 

Rallroiid Bank. ... 

Reed's Bank 

Sou hern Bank of Illinois . , 

State Bank of Illinois , 

Warrea County Bank 



$166 66 



13,818 28 



.$.18,296 13 



^19.5,075 00 
201,929 30 
388,200 00 
538,748 00 
lu 1,699 00 
103,8)0 00 
107,763 53 
186,833 00 
105,068 00 

60,000 00 
266,040 06 
105,600 00 
214,486 00 

88,551 34 
129,058 25 
144,82:1 22 
234,029 69 
120,710 00 
510,205 00 
524,550 00 
302,000 00 

40, 8'.) 8 72 
150,518 04 
140,952 09 
124,921 54 
362,099 05 

10,068 00 
131,296 18 
189,148 00 
201,384 99 
335,960 00 
154,183 13 
410,608 05 
167,600 00 
150,300 00 
147,295 16 
369,085 38 
169,434 52 
5-i3,338 14 
162,3-22 00 
130,500 00 
156,836 00 
145,313 30 
147,634 08 

73,705 2a 

201,060 00 

1,508,280 00 

117,125 OU 



14,014 94 ■ 58,296 13 11,081,035 98 



103 

Statement— Coiitiniied. 



[ cxix ] 



LIABILITIES. 



Xames of Banks. 



Capital gtork Am't of debts owing Amount due to de- 



Atrricultural Bank. 

Alton Bunk 

AuK-rican E-tchange Buuk. . . . 

Bank < f Aurora 

Banli. of Bioomington 

Bank of Carini 

Bank of Chester 

Bank of the Commouweahh.. 

Bank of Elgin 

Bank of the Federal Unioi'. . . 

Bank of Galena 

Ban k of Geneseo 

Bank of Illinois 

Bank of Naperville 

Bank of Northern Illinois .. . 

Bank of Peru 

Bank of Pike Couaty 

Bank ot Qniiicy 

Bank of Kaleigh 

Bank of the Republic , . 

Bank of Southern liliuois. . . . 

Belvidere Bank 

Central Bank 

City Bank 

Citizens' Bank 

Corn Exchange Bank .... . 

CJ ark's Exchange Bank 

Edgar County Bank 

E. i. Tinkhaiii & Co.'s Bmk.. 
Farmers' and Traders' Bank. . 

Frontier Bank 

Grand Prairie Bank 

Grayville Bank 

Highland Bank 

iuiertiational Bank 

Lafayette Bank 

Maiine Bank 

McLean County Bank 

Merchants' and Drovers' Bank 

Mississippi River Bank 

Morgan County Bank 

National Bank 

Praiiie St ; te Bank 

Railroad Bank 

Reeo's Bank 

Southern Bank of Illinois 

State Bank of Illinois 

Warren County Bank , 



p:iid in and 
inve,-t< d ac- 
cordinir to 
law. 



to the bank other 
than for deposits 
and circulation. 



59,845 
2iiS,()(iO 
269,3*74: 
50,000 
50,000 
50,0(i(» 
85,883 
50,000 
50,000 
57,000 
50,000 
50,000 
22.S()0 
50,000 
84,200 
60,000 
67,700 
292,000 
50,000 
65,000 
25,000 
50,000 
5 » 1,000 
70,142 
100,000 
5,250 
38,540 
50,000 
50,000 
5 1 , 000 
69,358 
50,000 
50,000 
60,000 
53,975 
50,000 
50,000 
112,076 
50,000 
50,000 
82,460 
61,659 
50,000 
39,536 
50,000 
747,395 
64,000 



positors. 



819,123 58 

167 64 

8,967 98 



3,510 64 
214 'J16 45 ! 



2,925 55 



4,000,334 07 I 



251,574 79 



§lul,779 25 



8,783 53 



162,005 96 



8,221 76 

33,736 34 

18,531 64 

11,016 69 











2uO 72 






16,846 04 




39 268 09 








753 05 






1,762 23 


16,002 39 
500 00 





33,349 99 
15,467 13 











40,456 16 
15,814 92 
53,791 09 
37,716 13 



13,654 30 
12,364 53 



640,058 99 



[ cxx ] 



104 
Statement — Continued. 



LIABILITIES. 



Names of Banks. 


Amount of Notes 
iu circulation. 


Amount due to 
other banks 
and bankers. 


Exchange and in- 
terest account. 


A'Ticultur;il ^auk > 


$96,885 00 
33,612 00 

180,200 00 

269,374 00 
51,699 00 
53,800 00 
48,980 00 
84,915 00 
55,068 00 
IO.OqO 00 
42,180 00 
55,600 00 

164,486 00 

38,406 00 

36,745 00 

. 30,107 00 

163,013 00 
53,010 00 

248,205 00 

474,550 00 






Alton Bi.nk 


$354 72 


$6,338 12 


Bank of Aurora . 












Bank of Cariiii . . ..... 






Bank of Chester 






Bank of the Commonwealth 










Bank of the Federal Union 






3,469 IS 














Bank nf K;inervi]le 








1 


12 26 


Bank of Peru 





3,061 60 













Bank of Raleioh 







BaTik of the Republic 






198,794 00 
15,698 00 












83,672 00 • 

50,004 00 

54,779 00 

261,346 00 

4,818 00 

73,031 00 

138,648 00 

118,035 00 

284,960 00 

69,358 00 

355,708 00 

117,600 00 

90,300 00 

52,864 00 

29,500 00 

49,690 00 

93,943 00 

112,322 00 

64,665 00 

"74,376 00 

61,659 00 

82,344 OU 

34,169 00 

151,060 00 

739,745 00 

53,125 00 






Citv Bank 




1,680 00 


P i t i v u 1 ' c' T? ti ti Ir 
















Edgar County Bank 

E. I. Tiiikhani & Co.'s Bank 

Farmers' and Traders' Bank 

























Grayville Bank 




4,900 05 


























11,794 14 




Merchants' and Drovers' Bank 




















Prairie State Bank 










Reed's Bank _ 



























1 




5,707,048 00 


1 15,621 04 


1 15,917 03 



105 

Statement — Continued. 



[ cxxi ] 



LIABILITIES. 



Names of Banks. 


Surplus of bonds 
and interest on 
deposit. 


Amount paid in 
by stockhold- 
ers. 


ATicultural Bank . 




i 






1. . . 


American Exchange Bank . .... 












Bank of Blooniinfton . • 




1 






I 


Banlr of Clif'Qfpr . . 






Bank of the Commonwealth 




$16,085 00 





Bank of Elo-in 






1 


Bank of Galena 


; 


Bank of Geneseo 










Bank of Xanerville 







T?-iTilr nf VnvtViPrn TIliTKllB . . 






Bank of Peru .. . 








Bank of Quincv 










Bank of the Republic . 









38,206 00 





Btlvidere Bank .. 





(^pntnl Rrfnlr 






City Bank 


i " " 




i 




1 




1 


Tvrlcrqr riniinrv Rank . . 






E I Tmkham & Co.'s Bank 






Parmpr^' a-nrl Tr^rlprta' Rank ... ... 






Frontier B'nk • 


















FTio-hland Bpnk . • ... 












Lafayette Bank . . . . 










$278, YTO 46 








64,686 46 










15,835 00 










8,341 00 








Rppd*q Rank . ... 












Rtntp R'lnlr rS Tllmni^ 


21,140 00 
















8164,293 46 


$273,770 46 



Law Yol. — 15 



[ OXXII ] 



106 

Statement — Continued. 



LIABILITIES. 



Names of Banks. 



Agricultural Bank 

Al ton Bank . . . ; 

American Exchange Bank. . . . 

Bank of Aurora 

Bank of Bloomington 

Bank of Carmi 

Bank of Chester o . . . 

Bank of the Commonwealth. . 

Bank of Elgin 

Bank of the Federal Union. . . 

Bank of Galena 

Bank of Geneseo 

Bank of Illinois. ... ■ 

Bank of Naperville 

Bank of Northern Illinois 

Bank of Peru 

Bank of Pike County 

Bank of Quincy 

Bank of Raleigh 

Bank of the Republic 

Bank of Southern Illinois 

Belvidere Bank 

Central Bank 

City Bank 

Citizens' Bank 

Corn Exchange Bank 

Clark's Exchange Bank 

Edgar County Bank 

E. L Tinkham & Co.'s Bank.. . 
Farmers' and Traders' Bank. . . 

Frontier Bank 

Grand Prairie Bank 

Gray ville Bank 

Highland Bank 

International Bank 

Lafayette Bank 

Marine Bank 

McLean County Bank 

Merchants' and Drovers' Bank. 

Mississippi River Bank 

Morgan County Bank 

National Bank 

Prairie State Bank 

Railroad Bank 

Reed's Bank 

Southern Bank of Illinois 

State Bank of Illinois 

"Warren County Bank 



Profit and Los 
Account. 



$1,384 



8,397 01 



1,960 56 



645 65 



Total. 



$195,075 00 
201,929 80 
388,200 00 
588,^8 00 
101,699 00 
103,800 00 
107,763 53 
186,833 00 
105,068 00 

60,000 00 
266,040 06 
105,600 00 
214,486 00 

88,551 34 
129,058 25 
144,823 22 
234,029 69 
120,710 00 
540,205 00 
624,550 00 
302,000 00 

40,898 72 
150,518 04 
140,952 09 
124,921 64 
362,099 05 

10,068 00 
131,286 18 
189,148 00 
201,384 99 
835,960 00 
154,183 13 
410,608 05 
167,600 00 
150,300 00 
147,295 16 
369,085 38 

169,434 52 
523,333 14 

162,322 00 
130,500 00 

156,836 00 

145,313 30 

147,634 08 
73,705 22 

201,060 00 
1,508,280 00 

117,125 00 



$12,388 14 $11,081,035 98 



INDEX 



A. 

PAGE . 

Abingdon, Knox county, charter amended , 34 

Addison Farmers' Insurance Company • ' • • 383 

Alton, charter to amend 86 

' ' City Mutual Fire Insurance Company 38-i 

' ' Building and Savings Institution 24 

' ' and St. Louis Pacliet Company 413 

' ' and Woodburn Plank Road Company 415 

American Exprers Company 379 

American Pottery Company 407 

American Bottom Plank Road Company 416 

Appleton, to change name and vacate 534 

Augusta, town, to incorporate : 635 

B. 

Barry, town charter 548 

Belleville, charter amended 80 

Belvidere, " '' 585 

Blandinsville, '* " 586 

Blandinsville Seminary charter 358 

Bloomiugton, charter amended 112 

Brighton, to incorporate 586 

Brighton and Effingham consolidated 602 

c. 

Cairo, charter amended US 

Carlinville, Cemetery Association 28 

' ' charter amended 591 

Carmi, charter repe-led 591 

Carroll County Coal and Mining Company 356 

Centralia, to incorporate 11"^ 

Charleston Academy, charter 360 

Chester, charter amended 124 

Chicago, " " 125 

* ' Home for Friendless, to incorporate 9 

' ' Board of Trade 13 

* * Marine and Fire Insurance Company 384 

' ' Loan and Trust Company 401 

' ' Board of Sewerage Commissioners 533 

' ' South Branch Dock Company •• '^^^ 

City Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Alton ...... 384 

CoUinsville, charter amended 591 

Columbia, to incorporate . . 597 

Crystal Lake Ice Company, charter amended 382 

Cummins, Solon, and others, relief of 616 



["] 



INDEX. 



D. 

Dallas City, to incorporate 126 

Dixon, " " 185 

Dover Academy, charter 361 

E. 

Edwardsville, to take stock in railroad 601 

Effingham and Broughton, to consolidata 602 

Elsa Building and Manufacturing Company 28 

Emporium City, name changed, &c 226 

Eureka, to incorporate 603 

Ewing Female University 363 



Eairview, to incorporate 608 

Eieldon, charter amended 615 

Franklin, Marine and Fire Insurance Company 385 

Freeburg, St. Clair county 616 

Fulton City, to incorporate 150 

G. 

Galena Classical Institute, charter 366 

Galesburg, charter amended 1 ."iO 

German Insurance and Savings Company, to charter 386 

Gillespie, town plat legalized , 616 

Grand DeTonr, " " 616 

Greenville, charter amended 618 



H. 



Hamilton City, to incorporate. 

Henry, charter to amend 

Horse Railways, Chicago 



160 
619 



lUinoistown, 1o incorporate 621 

Illinois Insurance Company, charter of 390 

Incorporations — Alton Building and Savings Institution 24 

' ' American Express Company 879 

' ' American Pottery Company 407 

* ' Alton and St. Louis Packet Company 413 

' ' Blandinville Seminarv 358 



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Board of Trade 13 

Loan and Trust Company 401 

Board Sewerage Commissioner.^ 533 

South Branch Dock Company 728 

Charleston Academy 360 

City of Dallas 126 

Centralia 1 U 

Dixon 135 

Fulton 150 

Hamilton 160 

La Harpe 169 

Litchfield 181 

Mound Citv 226 

New Boston 239 

Sparta 255 

Waukegan 336 

Dover Academy 361 



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Incorporations — Ewing Female University 363 

Galena Classical Instil ute 366 

German Insurance and Savings Company 386 

Illinois Insurance Company 390 

Joliet Gas Light Company 381 

Mattoon Academy 36*7 

Nashville Male and Female Seminary 370 

Olney Male and Female College 371 

Ottawa Northern Turnpike Company 720 

Pike and Scott Bridge Company 23 

Peru Coal Mining Company 356 

Phoenix Savings, Loan and Trust Company 404 

Prairie Du Rocher Turnpike Company 723 

Rosehill Cemetery Company . , 29 

Springfield Ursuline Convent 376 

South Illinois Sfdt Company 412 

St. Clair Savings and Insurance Company 396 

Swedish Lutheran Publication Society 419 

Town of Augusta , 535 

' ' Barry 548 

' ' Brighton 586 

" Columbia 597 

* ' Eureka 603 

* ' Fairview 608 

* ' Illinoistown 621 

*' Kansas 628 

' ' Liverpool 637 

* ' Mattoon 638 

* ' Mendota 647 

* ' Prophetstown 665 

♦ ' Sandoval 673 

* ' Staunton 680 

' ' Sycamore 686 

" Toulon 688 

' ' Vienna 694 

' ' Warren 700 

" Wheaton 719 

Washington Academy 377 

Waukegan Warehouse and Pier Company 732 



J. 

Joliet Gas Company, to incorporate , . 881 

Junction, to change name 728 

K. 

Kankakee and Iroquois Navigation Company 411 

Kansas, to incorporate, 628 

L. 

La Harpe City, to incorporate 169 

La Salle County Life Insurance Company, 395 

Lewistown, charter ameoded 635 

Litchfield, city, to incorporate 181 

Liverpool, " '' 637 



M. 

Macomb, charter consolidated 213 

Manhattan, land conveyed to Parish 34 

Marshall, charter repealed 214 

Mascoutah, charter amended .' 646 



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Mattoon, to incorporate 688 

' ' Academy 367 

McDonou2;h College, charter repealed 369 

McHenry, charter repealed 646 

Mendota, to incorporate 64Y 

Metropolis City, charter amended 214 

Middleton, to change name 720 

Monmouth, limits altered 226 

' ' College, charter amended 369 

Mound City, to incorporate 226 

N. 

Naperville, charter amended 726 

Naples Protection Association, charter amended 419 

Nashville Male and Female Seminary, charter 370 

New Boston, to incorporate 239 

o. 

Oiney Male and Female College, charter 371 

Ottawa, Ist Baptist church, to sell property 33 

' ' Northern Turnpike Company, charter of 721 

P. 

Paris, charter amended 653 

Pekin, corporate powers extended 250 

Peoria Mutual Fire and Marine Insurance Company 395 

Peru Coal Mining Company 356 

Phoenix Savings, Loan and Trust Company , 404 

Polo, charter amended 654 

Prairie du Rocher Turnpike Company 725 

Princeton, corporate powers extended , 661 

Prophetstown, to incorporate 665 

Putnam County Fire Insurance Company 396 

Q. 

Quincy, charter confirmed, &c 252 

R. 

Railroad company, Alton and St. Louis 422 

' ' ' ' Ashley and Illiuoistown 424 

" ' ' Belleville Eastern Extension 426 

" " " and Southern Illinois 427 

" " " . and Tamaroa 427 

' * * ' Chicago and Mississippi 429 

" " " andPlainfield 432 

" " " St. PaulandFonduLac 433 

" " Elgin and State Line 436 

" " Great Western of 1859 439 

" * ' H ighland and St. Louis 434 

" '' Horse Railway, Chicago 530 

' ' " Illinois Farmer'? 449 

" " " River 457 

' ' ' ' Jacksonville and Alton 460 

'' '' '' and Savanna 466 

' ' ' ' Joliet and Terre Haute 469 

' ' " Kankakee Valley ' 469 

'' " La Salle and Lafayette 473 

* ' ' ' Mason County Farmers' 477 



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Railroad company, Michigan and Mississippi 479 

" ' ' Mississippi and Atlantic 479 

" " " and Wabasli 479 

" ' ' Northern Illinois 484 

" " Ogle and Carroll County 488 

' ' ' ' Paducah, Metropolis and St. Louis 490 

♦' " Pike County 491 

" " . Princeton and Bureau Valley 491 

* ♦ * ' Randolph County Coal, Railroad and Manufacturing Company 492 

** " Rock Island and Alton 494 

" " Sangamon and Northwest 496 

" ' ' Savanna and Wisconsin State Line , 496 

♦' " Shawneetown and Equality 501 

• • ' * Springfield and Pekiu 501 

•• *' State Line and Mendota 502 

• « * ' St. Charles 506 

" " St. Clair 511 

• ' * ' Sterling and Rock Island 512 

♦' '* Sycamore and Cortland 514 

" *' Tonica and Petersburg 517 

' * * ' Urbana 522 

' « " Wabash 523 

" " Western Air Line 526 

Randolph County Plank Road Company 417 

Repeal of act therein named 369 

Ridgely Christian Society, to sell property 34 

Right of way, to provide, &c 582 

Rockford City, charter amended 255 

Rock Isknd and Camden Plank Road, sale, &c 418 

Rosehill Cemetery Company, charter of 29 

s. 

Sandoval, to incorporate 673 

Sandwich, " 686 

South Illinois Salt Company 413 

Southern Illinois Female College 377 

Sparta, charter of 255 

Springfield, charter amended. . . , 269 

' ' Ursuline Convent, charter 376 

Staunton, to incorporate. 680 

St. Clair Savings and Insurance Company 396 

' ' Turnpike Company, charter amended 726 

St. Charles, to take stock in railroad 684 

Sterling, charter amended 279 

Swedish Lutheran Publication Society, 419 

Sycamore, town charter of 686 

T. 

Tioga, to annex to Warren .... 700 

Toulon, to incorporate 688 

' ' 1st Baptist church, trustees legalized 32 

Turner, Du Page county, change name 728 

U. 
Urbana, St. Clair county, to change name 616 

V. 

Vienna, to incorporate 694 



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"Warren, to incorporate 700 

' ' to annex to Tioga City \ 700 

Warsaw, charter reduced 281 

Wasliington, to amend charter 704 

' ' Academy, charter 377 

"Waterloo, to amend charter 705 

"Waukegan Mutual Insurance Company 399 

' ' Warehouse and Pier Company 732 

' ' charter, to amend 386 

"West Belleville, to borrow money 719 

Wheaton, to incorporate 719 

"Woodstock Insurance Company 400 

Y. 

Young, town of, in McDonough county. T20 



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