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REPORTS ^sL^79 



HADE TO TUK 



., GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF ILLINOIS, 



AT ITS 



TWENTY-NINTH SESSION, 



CONVENBD 



JANUARY 6, 1875. 



VOLU2V1B2 1. 



SPEINGFIELD : 

8TATB JOXTRNAL PRINTIKG OFFICE. 

1875. 






TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



VOLUME I, 



Seportof the State TreaAurer [5] 

•* •* Aaditor of Public Accounts [97] 

** •• Secretary of Stole .' [337] 

** •* Attomey-General [ 389 J 

Meuage of the Governor to the 29th General AMembly [397 ] 

Seport of the Canal Commisalonen— 1874 (4U J 

State House CommiBdonert [ 477 J 

Trustees Feeble-Minded Children I 489 J 

CommlMioners of the Penitentiary [ ScK ] 

Insurance Departnient~Fire>-1875. [91] 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF THE 



STATE TEEASTJEER 



TO 



HIS EXCELLENCY JOHN L. BEVERIDGE, 



GOVERNOR OF ILLINOIS. 



DECEMBER^ 1874. 



Vol. I— 1 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 



State of Illinois, Treasurer's Opfiob, 
Springfield. December 1, 1874. 

HU ExcelUncy John L. BEYSRipaE, 

Chvemar of Illinois : 

Sir— -III compliance with Sec. 21, Article V, of tbe Constitutiou, I 
have the houor to submit for trausmissioQ to the General Assembly, the 
following n^port of receipts and disbarsements of the Treasury Depart- 
ment, for the two fiscal years beginning with December l8t, 1872, and 
ending November 30th, 1874. 

The total of the outstanding indebtedness on December Ist, 1874, is 
shown in the following abstract, viz : 

23 Normal University Bonds, payable after 1879. 123,000 00 

8« Thornton Loan Bonds " 1879. 86,000 00 

ol War Loan. Bonds, at $1,000, '* 1879. 51,000 00 

110 " " *500, *' 1879. 56,000 00 

m " " 100, " 1879. 36,300 00 

Interest Stock " 1877. 921,450 39 

251 Eefunded Stock, Coupon Bonds, " 1877. 251,000 00 

35 '* " " 1876. 35,000 00 

250 Revenue Deficit, " " 1874. 250,000 00 

Total $1,708,750 39 

There has been paid of State Indebtedness on Bonds and Stocks since 
Dec. 1st, 1872 $329,180 48 

Tliere is still outstanding Bonds and Stocks called in by Governor 
John M. Palmer^s Proclamation, and not yet surrendered to the State, 
as follows, towit : 

New Internal Improvement Stock $6,085 70 

1 Old " " Bond 1,000 00 

13 Canal Bonds 13,000 00 

2 Bonds of Interest Stock 2,136 00 

Total called in and not yet surrendered $22,221 70 



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lu conclusion I would cheerfully bring to favorable notice, the services 
rendered to this Department by George A. Sanders Esq., my chief clerk 
and deputy, who has, with remarkable faithfulness, integrity and skill, 
performed the complicated duties assigned to his care in the Depart- 
ment. 

Edward Eutz, 

State Treoiurer, 



TABULAR STATEMENTS. 



No. 1. Statement of the 54th installment of interest paid in the city 
of New York, by the Treasurer, on the State Debt of Illi- 
nois. 

No. 2. Statement of expenses incurred in paying the 54th installment 
of interest in the city of New York. 

No. 3. Statement of coin account. 

No. 4. Statement of expenses incurred in purchase of coin for pay- 
ment of State Debt, under proclamation of the Governor, of 
January 9, 1871. 

No. 5. Statement of the 55th installment of interest paid in the city 
of New York, by the Treasurer, on the State Debt of lUi. 
nois. 

No. (>. Statement of expenses incurred in paying the 55th installment 
of interest, in the city of New York. 

No. 7. Statement of the 56th installment of interest paid in the city of 
New York. 

No. 8. Statement of expenses incurred in paying the 56th installment 
of interest. 

No. 9. Statement of the 57th installment of interest paid in the city 
of New York. 

No. 10. Statement of expenses incurred in paying the 57th installment 
of interest. 

No. 11. Statement of collections on account of Revenue. 

No. 12. Statement of the monthly receipts of Revenue, Special Taxes, 
etc. 

No. 13. Statement of the monthly credits by Auditor's Receipts for 
Warrants canceled. 

No. 14. Statement of Revenue Fund. 

No. 15. Statement of State Debt Fund. 

No. 16. Statement of Interest Fund. 



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No. 17. Statement of School Fand. 

No. 18. Statement of Kailroad Fund. 

No. 19. Statement of Illinois Biver Improvement Fund. 

No. 20. Statement of U. S. Bonds purchased and held for benefit of 

Illinois Biver Improvement Fund. 
No. 21. Statement of receipts and disbursements of Unknown and 

Minor Heirs' Fund. 
No. 22. Statement of Delinquent Land Tax Fund. 
No. 23. Statement of Canal Bedemption Fund. 
No. 24. Statement of Becapitulation of Treasurer's Accounts. 
No. 25. Statement of Local Bond Interest Fund. 
No. 26. Statement of monthly receipts and disbursements of Local 

Bond Interest Fund. 
No. 27. Statement of amounts and kind of Stock deposited with the 

Treasurer by the Life Insurance Companies, for benefit of 

policyholders. 



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Statement No. 1. 

Statement of Interest paid on the State Debt of lUinoiSy in the City of 
Kev) Jbrifc, during the month of January^ A. D. 1873, hy JErastus JT. 
Bates, State Treasurer. 

FIFTY-FOUBTH INSTALLMENT. 



Paid intereet dae January, A. D. 1873, on $945, 991 43, New Internal Im- 
provement Stock, iasaed under act of 1847, at 3 per cent 

Paid 97 eoupons from $1, 000 bondn, Thornton Loan Stock, issued in 1861, at 
•30 



Paid 00 coupons fVom |1, 000 bonds. Refunded Stock, due in 1876, at |30 
* ' 957 '* *' *' '* '* '' 1877 ' ' 

''28 '* '* " '* '* " '* 1879 ' ' 



" 176 
"346 
" 503 

" 235 



« ( 
1 1 

t 4 
4 t 



I 4 
I 4 

< 4 

< I 



$30. 



4 I 

$500 
100 

1,000 



4 I 
4 t 
4 4 



War Loan 

4 4 4 4 



4 4 



4 4 



" issued 1861, $30 

1861. 15 

•• 1861, 3 



Kevenue Deficit Stock, Issued in 1879, at 



' ' interest past due on Internal ImproTcment Stock, on $18, 821, at 3 per 
cent 



$98,377 64 


$3,730 00 


$1,800 00 

7, 710 00 

840 00 


$5,280 00 
3,690 00 
1,776 00 


$7,050 00 


$.'S64 64 



$38,377 64 
3,730 00 

10,350 OO 

10, 746 00 

7,050 OO 

564 64 



$50,818 28 



Statement No. 2. 

Statement of expenses incurred in the payment of the Interest on the St^tte 
Debty in the City of New iorfe, in January^ A, D. 1873, by Erastns 
N, Bates, State Treasurer, 



fifttfourth installment. 



4 4 



• I 



4 4 



4 4 
4 I 



Paid for advertising notice of payment In New Tork Tribune 

" " " EvenlnffPost 

" " " JoumaTof Commerce 

check book 

passage of Treasurer and Assistant to and from New Tork, board, 

stationery, stamps, otc 

ex])ress charges on box books to and ftt>m New York 

repairs on box for transporting interest books 

n e w box f or interest papers 

telegraphing 



$58 80 
58 05 
54 IH 
17 50 

♦ 

530 00 

12 35 

3 00 

8 00 

3 65 





$745 S3 
$745 53 



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Statement No. 3. 

Statement showing the amount of Coin on hand December 1, 1872, and 
amounts purchased thereafter^ and payments of Principal and Interest on 
Bi)m1s called in by proclamation of the Governor ^ January 9, 1871, by 
Erastas HT. BateSj JState Trea^urer^ January, 1873. 



UT2 Dfo 1 
IF;3 Jan. 1 



DR. 



To balanco on ailrer 

' ' Gold parchased in New Tork for paymAQt of principal and 
intereet on Bonds called in by Governor Palmer's procla- 
mation of January 9, 1871, at 10 12-754 

To preniiau and con mission on 124, 324 42 coin, at |0 12-754.. 



CR. 

isn. Jan. 1 , Bj paid principal on State Debt called in by Governor Palmer's 

1F14. Dec. 1 proclamation of Janaary 9. 1871 

* ' pidd premium and commission on $Si4, 324 42 coin, at |0 12-750 



124, 324 42 
3, 102 41 



' * balance on silver. 



124,324 42 
3. 102 41 



•528 09 



27.426 83 
•27.954 92 



•27,426 83 
528 09 



•27,954 92 



Statement No. 4. 

Statement of expenses incurred in purchase of Coin for State Debt pay 
ment wilder proclamation^ of the Governor^ of January 0, 1871. 



Paid sdrertising notice of pavment in New York Tribune 

EvenioKPost 

Journal of Commerce 

* ' traveling expenses of Treasurer, board, etc 

imonnt paid in New York for principal, interest, etc., of State bonded in- 
debtedness 



•1.066 80 
630 00 
335 58 
315 00 

6.092 14 



•8, 430 52 



•8, 439 52 



Statement No. 5. 

Statement of the Interent paid on the State Debt of IllinoiSj in the City of 
Kew Tarkj during the inonth of July^ A. D. 1873, by Edward Rutz^ 
State Treasurer. 



FIFTY-FIFTH INSTALLMENT. 



Pfetd interest due July, A. D. 1873, on 1022, 571 New Internal Improvement 
Stock, issnad nnder Act of 1847, at 3 per cent 

" 55 coupons from •1,000 Bonds, Thornton Loan Stock, issued in 1861, at 



•30 



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28 soapona from •!, 000 Bonds, Refunded Stock, due 1676, at •dO. 

23B 
St 



« ( 



< t 
« • 



1 1 
1 1 



1 1 



1 1 



•• 1877, 
• • 1879, 



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110 

405 

963 



1 1 

1 1 



I ( 



•sec 

100 

lOO 



• 1 
1 1 



War Loan 

It II 



I « 



1 1 



1 1 
1 1 
1 1 



issued in 1861, at ^30. 
'* "IS. 

II II II o 



ReTenne Deficit Stock, issued in 1872, at 
•30 



past dne interest on New Internal Improvement Stock, issued under 
Act of 1847, at 3 per cent., paid at the Stats Treasury, from January, 
1873, to September 15. 1873 



•97,677 13 



1,650 00 


040 00 

7,140 00 

660 00 


2,970 00 
1, 650 00 
1, 215 00 


•7,890 00 


•958 36 



•27,677 13 
1,650 00 

8, 640 00 

5,835 00 

* 

7,890 00 

958 36 
•SS,65« 49 



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Statement No. 6. 

Statement of expenses incurred in the payment of the interest on tJie State 
Debtj in tlie city of Xew Yorh^ in July^ A. D. 1873, by Edioard ButZj 
State Treasurer. 



FltTY-FIFTH INSTALLMENT. 



Paid for advertising notice of payment in " New York Tribune " 

'• " New York Evening Post " 

" " " " •' New York Journal of Commeroo 

check book 

express charges on box of books to and ftom New York 

passage for Treasnrer and Assistant to and from New York, board, 
stationery, stamps, etc 



179 SO 
t» 40 
69 40 
17 50 

15 00 

6^3 72 



1880 52 



1880 93 



Statement No. 7. 

Statemetit of the interest paid on the State Debt of Illinois, in the dtp of 
New York, during tlie month of January, A, D. 1874, Jyy Edicard EutZy 
State Treasurer. 

feftysixth installment. 



Paid interest due January, A. D. 1874, on 1919,883 67. New Internal Im- 
provement stock, issued under act of 1847, at 3 per cent 



Paid 59 coupons from $1, 000 bonds, Thornton Loan, iBsued in 1861, at 130.. 

Paid 44 coupons fh>m $1, 000 bonds. Refunded Stock, due in 1876, at |30.. 

••944 *• •• " '• " " *• in 1877, at 30.. 

19 •• " •• " " " •• in 1879, at 30.. 



Paid 78 coupons from |1. 000 bonds. War Loan stock, issued In 1861, at |30.. 

96 " '* $500 •• •• '• •• in 1861, at 15.. 

364 •• " llOO " •• " " in 1861. at 3.. 






Paid 940 coupons fh>m |1, 000 bonds, Revenue Defloit stock, issued in 1873, 
at 130 



197,386 48 


11, 650 00 


11,320 00 

7,320 00 

570 00 


19, 340 00 
1, 440 00 
1,099 00 


17.900 00 



$97,386 48 
1.6SS 00 

9,310 00 

4,873 00 
7.300 00 



$50,318 46 



Statement No. 8. 

Statement of expenses incurred in the payment of the interest on the State 
Debt, in the city of New York, in January, A. D. 1874, by Edicard 
Rutz, State Treasurer. 

riFTY-SIXTH INSTALLMENT. 



Paid for advertising notice of payment in " New York Tribune " 

•• '• " " "" New York Evening Post " 

••" New York Journal of Commerce " 

check book 

express chargPH on box of books to and ftom New York City 

passage of Troaourer and Assistant to and from New Yorlk, board, 
stationery, stamps, etc 



$79 50 
63 45 
76 14 
17 50 
10 50 

650 00 



$899 00 

$897 00 



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Statement No. 9. 

Statement of the Interest paid on the State Debt of lUinoift^ in the City of 
New YorJcj during the month of July ^ A, D. 1874. 

FIFTY-SEVENTH INSTALLMENT. 



Plud interest dne Jalj, A. D. 1173, on $916. 901 36, New Iiit«rnal Improve- 
ment stock, under sot of 1847, at 3 per cent 

" 54 coupons from $1, 000 Bonds. Thornton Loan, issued in 1861. at|30. . . 



•• 39 

"«0 

1 1 



37 



•• 84 
"108 
'•349 



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I I 



4 1 
« I 
« I 



I I 
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1 • 
■ 1 



1 • 
t • 
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« I 
t t 



Refunded Stock, due 



1 • 

4 4 



4 4 



' ' 1876. at 130 

• • 1877, at ' • . 

• • 1879, at ' * . 



$1, 000 " 
500 •■ 
100 " 



War Loan " 

4 4 < 



issued "1861 at $30. 
*' " '• at 15. 
" " "at 3. 



''SS3 " •* $1,000 *' Revenue Deficit Stock, issued in 1872, 
at $30 

" past dne interest on $19. S50 New Internal Improvement stock, issued 
under act of 1874, at 3 per cent 



$S7, 486 04 


$1, 6!20 00 


$1. 170 00 

7,500 00 

810 00 


$2,SSO0O 
1,530 00 
1,047 00 


$5,500 00 


$376 77 



$37,486 04 
1,630 00 

9.480 00 

5,097 00 

7.590 00 

S76 77 



$51, 649 81 



Statement No. 10. 

Statement of expenses incurred in the payment of the Interest on the State 
Debty in the City of New .> orAr, in July, A. D, 1874, hy Edward RutZj 
State Treasurer, 

FIFTY-SEVENTH INSTALLMENT. 



Piid for advertising notice of payment of interest in New York Tribune. . . 
lUd for adveni^ng notice of payment of interest in New York Evening 

Post 

Paid for advertising .notice of payment of interest in New York Journal of 

Commerce 

Plid for passage for Treasurer and Assistant to and fh>m New York, board, 

sutionerv, stamps, etc 

Paid for eheolc book 

Paid for expreas charges on box books to and fhim New York city 



$60 30 
43 30 

46 06 

650 00 
17 SO 
U 40 



$837 41 

$837 48 



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Statkment No. 20,— Statement of U. 8. Bonds purchased and held far 

benefit of Illinois River Improvement Fund. 

EDWARD RUTZ, State Tesabubbji, in account urith tk* SiaU q^ lUmoia. 



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October 9 $35, 080 U. & 5-9a-~Kew Bondft-<at |107i 

9 80.000 87 •' •ttua 

KoT«mberlO 8.000 " ** New " at $106| 

10 7,000 •• *' '• *• AtllOU 

f comulMloii 

17 10.000 U.S. Booda, 5-90, '81~«t|109| 

t ooomiiMlon 

18 10,000 •• •* '• '81--«t flOOf 

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Jaaaary 


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July 


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8.540 00 

7,479 50 

18 79 
10.990 00 

19 90 
10,037 90 

19 50 
185 95 



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Statement of the amounts and kinds of stock deposited with, the Treasurer by 
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INDEX. 



ABomttudklsdaDt itock depoillfd wilfa lb* InMonr bj Ufo InwiraDoiCo... 

G»ul KadaapiIoB riiud 

CnlUctiinaaaaeciiDDtafReTBtiiwUecambsr 1, IffTS, to Dnmbsr 1. 1S7< 

IMlHiMKLudTHFiiad. - 

OaldMidSlNerflnhuilDi-ocmbet I, isn, Mid uBaont pDRluMd Uismftar 

IIttiidaC«BtnlS>UTo^FuDd. 

DHui.KiT«-lmpreTainBDtFiiiid , 

(■lliid in by pRwIuDaUoD of tbe Odtv 

OB tbeSUMDebl oCUUiifdi ~ 






JuiyT^is.-- 
JoniiWT. IS! 
Jalj.iSll... 



Hmbl J ncidpu ofBaTBiine, SJwoIsI Tbim. ■(«■ 

Hultalj cndiUbT Andftor's RacslpU (ur WuTHit* anoelal 

"- ' --'jirot BuWDcbt paymeDtanderprooluiUlDBOf aovSTMr, Jbii.1, 1B71.. 



ailmA rand..'.'.'.'. 
Suta Debt Fnnd. . 

UakBowii ud Hlnor Bdln' Fnail 

loai Bond lD(«n*t Foad • 

AlUiuCoBDtT Bond IntemtFaDd 

QoiDoj crtyboad InterMtFond 

KMDa TDVoablp BuudlDlemt Fnnd 

HiiDdDD ToTublp Bond IdUtmI Fund 

Alexudfl- Cuauly Bagd Interval Fund 

(;aln>CUy BuBdlaUnat Fond 

SondCaunty Bowllntenat Fond 

GnsnTUleBondlDUnBt Fund 

BravnCaun^ Bond Inlcmt Fond .._.. _ 

Bads BDDdlnUnat Fnnd (BurauiCinlnty) 

lamoHleTDWDaUpBond IntarMtFond 

Oblo Towutblp Bond Inlereal Fnnd. 

WalnnlTiiwiublpUundlatsreat Fnnd 

Cmi CoDDty Baud Intcml Fund... 

B«udita*n tity Bond InterHtFoiid 

AnmiTlllc Bund InUmt Fund 

HiddlBion (Um Mnbomeo Township (Cbunpnln Consty) Bond Intontt Fnnd. . . 



ship Bond InleiHt Faud... 

_- ^hlp Bond iDlenU Fond. 

UrbuuToinuliipBoDd lolerettFnnd.... 






CbtlgUwi Coonw Boud luMRatPnnd 

" u-CrMkTownabtu Baud IiiMr«*t Fund 



leu- CnokTownabtu Baud IiiMr«*t Fund St 

lushban ToTuabLp Bond Inlatwt Fund 3* 



JohDaooToviuihJpU 
Kin( Townnhlp Buui 



Id Bond Inlatwt Fddi! 
Bond iDlemit Fnnd. 



Kickn ]...■.- 

SfciDlugl" -■ ,■ . . ■'. ■ . .4 

T»rlo"illB Ti.wniliiii B..nil In»t,-[ Kiiiid .... 

Clark County Bond InMTHI Funrl 

ClayCuBnlT Bond tnternt Fund.... 

Han«r Tavnabip Bond Intrr»t Faml. 

LDalavUlBTuwaahipBond iDMreitFimd 

C^aaCaonty Bond Intemt Fund 

Kut UtklMid Toauhlp Bond Inu<r«<t Fuid.. . 

Ujttunn Tovnablp Bnud Inl^rput Fund. 

DaWtU CouutT Boud lutemt Food 

CUntenla f ownabip Bond luI^rHt Fond 

l>iiWIU Towoablp Bond Intfreat Fund 

Mion Tuwnatalp Bond Inlareit Fuud 

Suta Anna Towniiblp Bond loiurrnl Fond.... 

TmibiidKoXamuhipBondlaterHt Fuud 



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PACI 

Local Bond Interest Fund — Continued: 

DuuglaA County B4ind Interest Fund ^ 38 

Areola Township Bond Interest Fund :W 

Bo wdre Towushin Bond Interest Fund 'Jb 

Bourbon Township Bond Interest Fund S» 

Camsrgo Township Bond Interest Fund 3D 

Garrett Township Bond Interest Fund 3!i 

Newman Township Bond Interest Fund 40 

Tuscobi Tow nHh ip Bond In terest Fund 40 

Edgar County Bond Interest Fund 40 

Ed jrar Township Bond Interest Find 41 

Bruelletts Township Bi>nd Interest Fund 41 

Paris Township Bond Interest Fund 41 

Prairie Township Bond Interest Fund 44 

Ross Township bond Interest Fund H 

Shiloh Township Bond Interest Fund 42 

Tounjf Anierica Township Bond Interest Fand 42 

Grayville Incori>orated Town (Edwards and White Counties) Bond Interest Fund 43 

Douglas TowuHtiip /Etiin^ham County) Bond Interest Fund 43 

Liberty Township (Effliii^aiu County) Bond Interest Fund 43 

^ason Township (Ettlnghain County) Bond Interest Fund 44 

Moccasin Township (Etnu^bam County) Bond Interest Fund 44 

8umiuit TowuHhip (Etlinfrhani County) B4»nd Interest Fund 44 

Toutop<ilis Towusliiu (Ettinghaiu County) B<ind Interest Fund 45 

West Township (Etnngtaain County) Bond Interest Fund 49 

Edgewood Township (Eflingham County) Bond Interest Fund 45 

Vaudalia Townshi )> (Fa\ ette County) Bond Interest Fund 46 

Ford County Bond Interest Fund 40 

Drummer Grove Township Bond Int.erest Fund 46 

Lyman Titwusbip Bond Interest Fund 47 

Peacl) Orchard Township Bond Interest Fund 47 

Astoria lucoriMirated Town (Fulton County) Bond Interest Fund 47 

Astoria Township (Fulton County) Biuid liiteri'St Fund 48 

Farmers Township (Fiiltim County) Bond Interest Fund 48 

Plej4saut TowuMhip (Fult4in County) Bond Interest Fund 4d 

Vermont Township (Pulton County) Bond Interest Fund 41 

Woodland Township (t^ilton Couutv) Bond InterestFuud 49 

Gal latin Coun ty Jiond In terest Fund 49 

Sbawueetown (Mty Bond Interest Fund 50 

Greene County Bond Interest Fund SO 

Greenfield Township liond Interest Fund 50 

W hi tehall Incorporated Town Bond Interest Fund 51 

Hamilton County Bond Interest Fund 51 

Hancock County Bond Int<frest Fund 51 

Bear Creek Townsbln Bond Interest Fund 52 

Csrthage Township Bond Interest Fand 52 

St. Albans Township B«»nd Interest Fund 52 

Warsaw Township Bond Intercast Fund -53 

nonderH<m county Bond Interest Fund 53 

Oquawka City B«ind Interest Fund 53 

Galva Township' (H'-nry 04iuu ty ) Bond Int erest Fund 54 

Galva Incorporated Town (Henry couutv) Bond Interest Fund 54 

Lynn Township (Henry County) Bond interest Fund 54 

West^'rn Township (Henry County) Bond Interest Fund 55 

At«h Grove Township (Iniquois C6i<ntv) Bond Interest Fund 55 

Belmont TowuMhip (Iroquois Count y) Bond Interest Fund 5S 

* *" *■ " ■ " ~ "" 56 

;. 56 

... „. iterestFund •"* 

uship (Iroqnois County) Bond Interest Fund 81 

Lovehiy Township (Imquois County) Bond IniereHt Fund 57 

Mi<ldleport Township (Iioquois County) Bond Int'^iest Fund " 57 

llilfortl Township (Iroquois County) B<»nd Int«*rest Fund 56 

Hartinton TiiwuHhip (Iroquois County) Bond Interest Fund ^ 56 

Pspineau Township (Iroquois County) Bond Interest Fund 56 

Prairie Green Townskip (Iroquois Bt'iunty) Bond Interest Fnnd 50 

Slnddon Township (InHpiois County) Boiid Interest Fund 50 

Stocklaud Township (Iniquois County) Bond Interest Fund 50 

WntMeka Township (iroqnois County) Bond Interest Fund W 

Joflerscm County Bond Interest Fund ! 60 

Mount Venion Township Bond Diterest Fund 60 

Biichtou Incorporate<l Town (Jersey and 2dac«mpin Counties) Bond Interest Fund 6^ 

Galena (Mty (Jo Daviess County) B<>nd Interest Fund ..-61 

Johnson ('ounty B<»nd Interest Fund 6^ 

Aurora Township (Kane County) B«Mid Interest Fund ®^ 

St. (Charles Iiio<»rporAted Town (Kane County) licind Interest Fund 6* 

A roma TownHhiji (Kankakee County) B<iu<l "interest Fund 8* 

Ganie<r Township (Kankakee County) Bond Interest Fund ^ 

Kankakee Township ( Kankakee County) Bond Interest Fund 63 

Monienct^ Towll^bill (Ivankakee Countyj Bond Literest Fund ^ 

Y» How head TowiiNhip (Ivankakee County) Bond Interest Fund ^ 

Kendsll < 'ounty Ii«tnd Interest Fund '...- *»* 

Fox Township Bond Interest Fund 64 

Kendall Tt»wn(*hip Bond Interest Fund ^ 

OHwejjti Township B<ind Interest Fnud t»5 

Rio Township Bond Interest Fund •S 



m [131] 

Looftl Bond Interest Fund — Continued : fagb. 

Bruce Township (I^aSnlle County) Bond Interent Fnnd 66 

I>a\lou Towiidblp (LnSalle Contity) Bond Interest Fund 66 

On^ Towunhip (Lm^IIb County) Bond Interest Fund H6 

Ottawa TowuHhip (LnSalle County) B4)nd Interest Fund .67 

South Ottawa Township (LaSalle County) Bond lutereat Fund .67 ^ 

Alto Township (Lee County) Bund lutefeMt Fund 67 ' 

Aniboy Townahin (Lee County* Bond Interest Fund 68 

Bamiltou Towusoip (Lee County) Bond Interest Fund 68 

WyoRiing^ Township (Lee County) Bond Interext Fund 68 

Amity Township (Livinj^ston County) Bond Interest Fund 69 

Avoca Township (Liyinfriiton County) B(»nd Interest Fund 69 

Dwi^t Town.<«bip (Li vtngsttm County) Bond Int'Crest Fund 69 

Epnard Point Township (ijvingslon County) Bond Interest Fund 70 

Indian Grove Towoship (LivingMton County) Bond Interest Fund 70 

iKewtoB Township (Livingston County) Bond Interest I^und 70 

Owe^so Tuwiiship (Livingston Count y) Bond In t't'rest Fund 71 

Pontiac Township (Livingston County) Bond Interest Fund 71 

Lo^rau Conuiy '''I 

^tna Township Bond Interest Fund 73 

Mount Pulaski Township Bond Iut«rest Fund 7*2 

Monnt Pulsski Incorporated Town Bond interest Fund 72 

MacoD County Bond Interest Fund 73 

Decatur Township Bond Interest Fund ...: 73 

Mount Zion Township Bond Interest Fund 73 

Fnenda' Township Rmd Interest F'lintl 74 

Vlnten Incorporated Town (Macoupin County) Bond Interest Fund 74 

Bdwanlsville Incorporated Town (Macoupin County) Bond Interest Fnnd 74 

£vanH Township (Marshall County) Bond Interest Fund 75 

Hopewell Township (Mamhall County) Bond Interest Fund 75 

Lacon Township (Marshall County) Bond Interest Fun<l 75 

Roberta Township (Marshall Cnuuty) Bond Interest Fund 76 

llaaon C<mnty Bond Interest Fund *^ 76 

Havana rownsliip Bond luterfst Fnnd 76 

Maaun City Township liond Interest Fund ■ 77 

Peunsylvauia Township Bond Inten*Ht Fund 77 

Sb«rniiin Township Bond Interest Fund 77 

McDvnongh County Bond interest Fund .77 

Bunbuell Township Bonil Interest Fund 78 

Eldomdo Township Bond Interest Fund 78 

Mount Towu^bip Bond Interest Fund 78 

New Salem Township Boml Interest Fund .7U 

Walnut Grove Township B^md Interest Fund 79 

McLean County liond Interest Fund 79 

Allin Ttiwnship Bond Interest Fund 80 

Ari-owauiit h Township Bond Interest Fund 80 

Bellelluwer Township B<rad Interej^t Fund HO 

BlfHmiiutf ton Township Bond Inti'rest Fund 81 

RIoomiugton City Bimd Interest Fund. 81 

Cheney 'a Grove Township Bond Interest Fund 81 

I>mii vers Township Bond lut ei*est Fund 82 

Uowun Township Bond Interest Fund 82 

Empire Township Bond Interest Fund 82 

Padua Ttiwnsbip Bond Interest Fund 83 

West Township Bond Interest Fund 83 

Say brook Incorixirated Town Bund Interest Fund 83 

MonanI County liond Interest Fund 84 

MercerConnty B<tnd Interest Fund. 84 

A bingttin Township Bond Interest Fund ri4 

Klija Township Bund Interest Fund 8.> 

Merver County Greene Township Bond Interest Fund b5 

Kiitbsbui-g Township Bond Interest Fund 85 

Kew Boston Township Bond Intereat Fund 86 

New Biwtou City Bond Interest Fund 86 

Morcer Township B<ind Interest Fund 86 

Millei'sburg Towuahip Bond Interest Fund 87 

ivryftm Township Bond Interest Bond 87 

Monroe' County Bond Interest Fund 87 

Moutgomerv Cinintv Bond Interest Fund 87 

Li tch field City Bond Interest Fund 88 

Morgan County tfackaonville City Bond Intereat Fund 88 

Township No. 14 Bon«( Interest Fund 88 

Tnwiisbip No. 15 Bond Interest Fnnd. 89 

Wavfriy Incorporated Town Bond Interest Fund 89 

MonlCrie County Bond Intereat Fnnd 8!) 

Dora Township Bond Interest Fund 90 

Lowe Township Bond interest FqimI 90 

Kullivan Township B<»nd Interest Fnnd 90 

O^e County Nashoa Township Bond Interest Fund 91 

Oregon Township Bond Interest Fund 91 

Pine Rock Township Bond Interest Fund 91 

Peoria County Bond Interest Fund Vi 

Britn6eld Township Bond Inti4*rat Fund 92 

Kiiiiwood Township Bond Interest Fund 92 

• Peoria City Bond interest Fund 93 

Pe(»rf a Township Bond Interest Fund 93 



1 
[132] IV , ' 

LoMlBondlnterwtFBiid^-Continaed: faob 

Perry Connty Bond Interest Fnnd 93 

Piatt County Bement Township Bond Interest Fund M 

Blue Ridge Township Bond Interest Fund M 

MonticelJo Township Bond Interest Fund M 

Sftngamon Township Bond Interest Fund 95 

Unity Township Bond Interest Fund 9S 

Pike Connty Bond Interest Fund 95 

Newbors l^ownship Bond Interest Fund 97 

Pittsflold Township Bond Interest Fund 97 

Bandolph Connty Bond Interest Fund 96 

Chester City Bond Interest Fund 99 

Boole Island County Canoe Creek Township Bond Interest Fund 99 

Moline Township Bond Interest Fund 98 

Rock Island Township Bond Interest Fund : 98 

Pulaski County Bond Interest Fnnd 97 

BallneCountyBond Interest Fund 98 

Bldorado Inoornorated Town Bond Interest Fund 99 ^ 

Sannmon County Bond Interest Fund itJ 

Cartwrlght Township Bond Interest Fund. . : 99 

Springfield Township Bond Interest Fund. . .' 100 

Springfield City Bond Interest Fund 100 

Talkington Township Bond Interest Fnnd 100 

Schuyler Connty Bond Interest Fund 101 

Browning Township Bond Interest Fund 101 

Frederick Township Bond Interest Fund ^ 101 

Scott County Bond Interest Fund f lOi 

Winoheeter Incorporated Town Bond Interest Fnnd 104 

Shelby Connty Dry Point Township Bond Interest Fund 104 

Windsor City Bond Interest Fund lo8 

Windsor Township Bond Interest Fund 103 

Stark County Essex Township Bond Interest Fnnd 109 

Ooshen Township Bond Interest Fund 104 

Osceola Township Bond interest Fnnd 104 

Penn Township Bond Interest Fund 104 

Toulon Township Bond Interest Fund IVS 

Toulon Incorposated Town Bond Interest Fund 105 

Yalley TowuMiip Bond Interest Fund 105 

Wyoming Township Bond Interest Fund 106 

St. Clair County Belleville City Bund Interest Fund 106 

Freeburg Incorporated Town Bond IntM^est Fund 106 

Mascoutah Incorporated Town Bond lutereetFuud 101 

New Athens Incorporated Town Bond Interest Fund v.. 107 

Tasewell County Bond Interest Fund 107 

Delevan Township Ikmd Interest Fund lori 

Elm Orove Townwip Bond Interest Fund 108 

Mackinaw Township Bond Intei-est Fund. 106 

Pekin Township Bond Interest Fund luo 

PekinCity Bond Interest Fund 109 

Tremont Townsnip Bond Interest Fnnd lUB 

Vermilion County Butler Township Bond Interest Fund 110 

Danville Township Bond Interest Fund 110 

Elwood Township B<Hid Interest Fnnd liO 

Georgetown Township Bond Interest Fund Ill 

Grant Township Bond Interest Fund Ill 

Ross Township Bond In teres t Fund Hi 

Wabash County Bond Interest Fund 119 

If ount Carmel City Bond Interest Fnnd lU 

Warren County Ellison Township Bond Interest Fund 119 

Lenox Township (Warren Connty) Bond Interest Fund 113 

Monmouth Township (Warren County) Bond Interest Fund 113 

RoseviUe Township (Warren County) Bond Interest Fund 113 

Spring Grove Township (Warren Couuty) Bond Interest Fund 114 

Sumner Township (Warren Connty) Bond Interest Fund 114 

Swan Township (Warren County) Bond Interest Fund 114 

Washington County Bond Interest Fund 115 

Wayne County Bond Interest Fund 115 

Bedford Township Bond Interest Fund U5 

Big Mound Township Bond Interest Fnnd 116 

Jasper Township Bond Interest Fund 116 

Lamard Townsnip Bond Interest Fnnd 116 

White County Bond Interest Fnnd 117 

Carmi Incorporated Town Bond Interest Fund 117 

Enfield Incorporated Town Bond Interest Fund 117 

Coloma Township (Whiteside County) Bond Interest Fnnd lie 

Hahneroan Township (Whiteside Couuty) Bond Interest Fund 118 

Prophetstown Township (Whiteside County) Bond Interest Fund 118 

Tampico Township (Whiteside County) Bond Interest Fnnd 119 

Williamson County Bond Interest Fund 119 

Caxenova Township (Woodford County) Bond Interest Fund 119 

Metamora Township (Woodlbrd Connty) Bond Interest Fund 189 

Olio Township (Woodford County) Bond Interest Fund 190 

8ny Island Levee (Adams, Pike and Calhonn Counties) isti 



BIENNIAL BEPORT. 



Auditor's Office, Illinois, 

SpHitgfield^ Deoetnber 15tA, 1874. 

John L. Beyesidge, Oovemor of Illinois : 

Sir — ^I have the honor to submit the following report for the two 
years commencing December 1, 1872, and ending November 30, 1874. 
Yon will find the following items embraced in the report, viz : 

1. Statement of Beceipts and Disbursements of Oeneral Bevenne 

Fnnd. 

2. Statement of Beceipts and Disbursements of Special State Funds. 

3. Statement of Beceipts and Disbursements of Local Bond Funds 

for payment of principal and interest of Begistered Bonded In- 
debtedness of Counties, Townships, Cities and Towns. 

4. General Statement of Warrants drawn on the State Treasury for all 

purposes. 

5. Detailed Statement of Warrants drawn on the Treasury for all pur- 

poses, and to what account and appropriation charged. 

6. Statement of Warrants outstanding December 1, 1872, and Novem- 

ber 30, 1874. 

7. Statement of the condition of the School, College and Seminary 

Funds. 

8. Statement of Fees collected and paid into the State Treasury by 

the Auditor of Public Accounts from January 13, 1873, to 
November 30, 1874. 

9. Statement of State Indebtedness redeemed with the Illinois Central 

Bailroad Fund. 

10. Statement of State Indebtedness redeemed and purchased with 

State Debt Fund. 

11. Statement of the accounts of the State Treasurer with the seveial* 

State Funds, and Local Begistered Bond Funds of Counties^ 
Townships, Cities and Towns. 



[98] n 

12. Statement of Bonds issued by Counties, Townssbip Cities, and 

Towns, registered in Auditor's office, in pursuance of an act en- 
titled "An act to fund and provide for paying the Railroad Debts 
of Counties, Townships, Cities and Towns," in force April IG, 
1809. 

13. Statement of Bonds registered in pursuance of the act of February 

13, 18G5. 

14. Statement of Registered Bonds issued by Commissioners of Suy 

Island Levee (of Adams, Pike and Calhoun counties,) in pur^su- 
ance of act of April 24, 1871, and registered in the Auditor's 
office under act of April 9, 1872. 

15. Statement of the aggregate amount of State Taxes charged, the 

amount of abatements, commissions, etc., the net amount col- 
lected, the amount paid to State Treasurer, and the amount 
remaining due in each county for the year 1872. 

16. Statement of the aggregate amount of State Taxes charged, the 

amount of abatements, commissions, etc., the net amount col-. 
lected, the amount paid to State Treasurer, and the amount 
remaining due in each county for the year 1873. 

17. Detailed Statement of ^'abatements, con^issions, etc.,'' in each 

county for the year 1873, (explaining second co1i4mn of Statement 
No. 16). 

18. Statement of the condition of that portion of the State Tax levied 

upon assessment of 1873, in excess of the amount needed to 
raise $3,500,000, being seven thirty-sixths of the amount f barged. 

19. Statement of School Fund Tax levied in the year 1872, showing 

the aggregate amount charged, the amount of abatements, 
commissions, etc., the net amount collected, the amount paid 
to each county, etc. 

20. Statement of School Fund Tax levied ^r the year 1873, showing 

the aggregate amount charged, the amount of abatements, com- 
missions, etc., the net amount collected, the amount paid to each 
county, etc. 

21. Statement showing the amount of interest on School Fund, and the 

amount of School Tax Fund distributed to the several counties 
in the State, for the years 1872 and 1873. 

22. Statement of the aggregate amount of taxes charged on account of 

Local Bond Funds, the amount of abatements, commissions, etc., 
the amount paid over by collectors, and the amount remaining 
unpaid for each locality for the year 1872. 



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23. Statement of the aggregate amount of taxes charged on accoont of 

Local Bond Funds, the amount of abatements, commissions, etc., 
the net amount collected, the amount paid State Treasurer, 
and the amount remaining unpaid for each locality for the year 
1873. 

24. Statement of the amount of State, County, City, Town, District 

and other Local Taxes levied on the assessment of 1872. 

25. Statement of the amount of State, County, City, Town, District 

and other Local Taxes levied on the assessment of 1873. 

26. Statement of property assessed for the year 1873, in the several 

counties, as returned to the Auditor's office. 

27 and 28. Statements of rates per cent, of addition and deduction de- 
termined by the State Board of Equalization, on assessment of 
1873. 

20. Statement of the assessment of railroad property by the State 
Board of Equalization for the year 1873, showing the assessment 
of "Railroad Track," "Rolling Stock" and "Capital Stock" of rail- 
roads in the State of Illinois, and the distribution thereof to the 
several counties in which the roads are located, etc. 

30. Statement of the aggregate equalized assessment of the prox>erty 

of railroads, for the year 1873. 

31. Statement of the assessment made by the State Board of Equaliza- 

tion against the capital stock of telegraph companies, for the 
year 1873, and the distribution thereof to the several counties in 
which the telegraph lines are located, etc. 

32. Statement of the assessment made by the State Board of Equaliza- 

tion against the capital stock of corporations, (other than rail- 
road and telegraph) for the year 1873. 

33. Statement of the equalized assessment of all .taxable property in 

the State of Illinois, for the year 1873, showing the valuation of 
the several classes of property in each county, as equalized or 
assessed by the State Board of Equalization. 

34. Statement of property assessed, for the year 1874, in the several 

counties, as returned to the Auditor's office. 
35 and 3G. Statements of rates per cent, of addition and deduction, de- 
termined by the State Board of Equalization, on assessment 1874. 

37. Statement of the assessment of railroad property by the State 

Board of Equalization, for the year 1874, showing the assess- 
ment of "Railroad Track," "Rolling Stock," and "Capital Stock" 
of railroads in the State of Illinois, and the distribution, thereof 
to the several counties in which the roads are located, etc. 

38. Statement of the aggregate equalized assessment of the propci ty 

of railroads, for the year 1874. 



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39. Statement of the assessment made by the State Board of Equaliza- 

tion against the capital stock of companies and associations in- 
corporated ander the laws of this State, (other than railroad 
companies,) for the year 1874. 

40. Statement of the equalized assessment of all taxable property in 

the State of Illinois, for the year 1874, showing the valaation of 
the several classes of property in each county, as equalized or 
assessed by the State Board of Equalization. 

EEOEIPTS AND DISBUESEMENTS. 

The amount of all funds in the State Treasury, December 1, 1872, 

was as follows: 

General Eevenue Fund - - - $588,577 26 

Canal Eedemption Fund - - - 454,312 47 

'Delinquent Land Tax Fund - - - - 331 06 

State Debt Fund 333,765 37 

State Interest Fund 17,855 46 

State School Fund 62,964 00 

Local Bond Funds . - - - 587,485 07 

$2,045,290 69 

The receipts from all sources from December 1, 1872, 

to November 30, 1874, inclusive, are as follows : 

General Eevenue Fund - - - $5,076,229 87 

Ganal Eedemption Fund - - - 1,288,834 72 

Illinois Central Eailroad Fund - - 827,781 96 . 

Illinois Eiver Improvement Fund - 188,668 34 

State Interest Fund ... - 213,805 08 

State School Fund 2,007,629 38 

Unknown and Minot Heirs' Fund - - 5,367 85 

Local Bond Funds - - - - 2,231,755 58 ' 

11,840,072 78 

Total $13,885,363 47 

The disbursements from December 1, 1872, to Novem 

ber 30, 1874, inclusive, are as follows : 

General Eevenue Fund - • - $4,346,947 22 

Canal Eedemption Fund - - . 1,743,147 19 

Illinois Central Eailroad Fund - - 621,751 46 

Illinois Eiver Improvement Fund - - 154,221 31 

State Debt Fund 333,765 37 

State Interest Fund .... 231,660 54 

State School Fund .... 2,029,389 65 

Local Bond Funds .... 2,297,948 67 

11,758,831 41 






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Balance of all fandB in State Treasury December 1, 1874, $2,126,532 06 

As follows : 

General Bevenae Fond - - • $1,317,859 91 

Delinquent Land Tax Fand ... 331 06 

IlUnois Central Kaiiroad Fand - - 206,030 50 

Illinois Biver Improvement Fund - - 34,447 03 

State School Fund 41,208 73 

Unknown and Minor Heirs' Fand - - 5,367 85 

Local Bond Fands 521,291 98 

2,126,532 06 

The total of receipts and disbursements, as shown above, includes 
$707,020 60 of constructive receipts and the same amount of construc- 
tive disbursements, representing the transfer of funds made in pursu- 
ance of law, as follows : 

General Revenue Fund, to other funds - - $179,421 40 

Canal Bedemption Fund, to other funds ... 34 79 

Illinois Central Bailroad Fund, to other funds - - 512,620 77 

Interest Fund, to other funds 431 06 

State School Fund, to other funds .... 14,512 58 

Therefore, to arrive at the actual receipts and disbursements of the 
State Treasury for the past biennial period, the sum of $707,020 60 
should be deducted from the total of receipts, and the same sum from 
the total of disbursements, as above stated, which will give the follow- 
ing result: 
Total receipts charged ...... $11,840,072 78 

Funds transferred 707,020 m 

Actual receipts $11,133,052 IS 

Total disbursements credited 11,758,831 41 

Funds transferred , - - 707,020 (>0 

Actual disbursements $11,051,810 81 

WARRANTS DRAWN ON TREASURY. 

During the biennial period covered by this report, warrants have been 

drawn on the Treasury to the amount of - - - $11,754,282 OG 

Dec. 1, 1872, there were outstanding warrants amount- 
ing to 11,462 22 

Total, $11,765,744 28 

During the two years ending Nov. 30, 1874, the State 

Treasurer has returned to this oflBce and received 

credit for Auditor's warrants paid by him, amount- 
ing to 11,758,831 41 

Leaving amount of warrants outstanding Dec. 1, 1874, $6,912 87 



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The following is a comparison of the assessed values of the most im 
lK)rtant of the enumerated items" of i>ersoual property : 



LIVE STOCK. 



IIORaitJs. 



Tear 



^o. 



ralue. 



Cattlf.. 



No. 



Assessed 
^ value. 

I 



MULSA ASD AMKS 



SaKBK 



Hogs. 



No. 



Assessed 
|. Yalne. 



No. 



I AfuiesaM 
value. 



No. 



AssCM.<t'd 
value. 



I 



I 



Iffa. 933,002 48.855,005 2.015,819' 35,T76.8»9 98.512' 5.823,fiC*2 l,092.10-ll 2,i:{j.r.0.T :i.:,r>0,19j' 11,279.7«) 



irA. 9-26, jTJ; 42,549.370 



2,042,387, 31,928.374 107,.'»54 1 5,419,724 1,036,831 l.C7C.<»yO 3,452,2131 8.972.402 



ACRES IN CULTIVATION. ETC. 



Teak. 



1jC2. 
1573. 



"Wheat. 



2. 091, 308 
2,556.680 




Oats. 



7.087.040 1,817, 4«3 
7,333,760 1.831,003 



I Other field' Incloiied > 
Meadow, products. ; in pasture. Orchard. Woodland 



2,178.237 
8, 363, 332 



886,166 
820,104 



3. 807. 082 

4, 263, 2^0 



:W0.7n2 ' 6,289.236 
334,0(J7 , 6, 92^,061 



ALL TAXES CHARGED ON STATE ASSESSMENTS fOR THE YEARS 

1872 AND 1873. 

Statements Nos. 24 and 25 show, in detail, the amount of State tax, 
connty tax, and town, district and other local taxes, and the total thereof, 
levied in each county in the State on the State assessments for the 
years 1872 and 1873. 

These include all taxes levied in the State, except city t<ixes in cer- 
tain cities which make a separate assessment and do not levy city tax 
ou the State assessment. 

The aggregate of all taxes levied on the State assessment is as fol- 
lows: 



FOB THE YEAR 1672. 

State taxes 

Coantv taxes 

Oity taxes 

Town, district and other local taxes 



Total, 



FOB THE YEAB 1873. 

State taxes 

County taxes ..*.-.- 

City taxes 

Town, district and other local taxes 



Total, 



•3,947,014 73 
5,168,667 39 
1,400,656 09 
9,305,282 78 

$19,821,620 99 



$5,023,609 50 
5,533,091 20 
1,583,942 32 
9,823,178 27 

$21,963,821 29 



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STATE BONDED DEBT. 

The principal of the bonded debt of the State, November 30, 1872, 
was . - . $2,060,150 63 

The State has paid of the principal of bonded debt, from 
Dec. 1, 1872, to Nov. 30, 1874, as follows : 
With State Debt Fund .... $328,036 00 

With Illinois Central Raikoad Fund - - 1,142 48 

329,188 48 

Bonded debt of the State Dec 1, 1874, - - - $1^30,972 15 

The bonded debt oatstauding Dec 1, 1874, is classified as follows : 

260 Kevenue Deficit Bonds— payable after 1874 . - $250,000 00 

35 Bonds Kefunded Stock " " 1876 - - 35,000 OO 

251 " " «* « " 1877 - - 251,000 00 

Interest Stock " " 1877 - - 921,450 39 

23 Normal University Bonds " " 1879 - - 23,000 OO 

86 Thornton Loan Bank " " " - - 86,000 OO 

51 $1000 War Bonds « " « - - 51,000 OO 

110 $500 « « . « « « . . 55,000 00 

363 $100 " " « " " - - 36,300 00 

Called in by Gov. proclamation and not surrendered - 22,221 70 

• 

Total $1,730,972 15 

The bonds called in by the Governor's proclamation, and not yet sur- 
rendered, are as follows : 

New Internal Improvement Stock - - - - . $6,085 76 
Few Internal Improvement — ^Interest Stock - • - 2,136 00 

1 Old Internal Improvement Bond 1,000 OO 

13 Canal Bonds 13,000 OO 

Total $22,221 76 

The 250 Revenue Deficit Bonds falling due January 1, 1875, will be 
paid at maturity with Illinois Central Railroad Fund, which will reduce 
the bonded debt of the State at that date to $1,480,970 15. 

The receipts of the Illinois Central Railroad fund will more than 
suffice to pay the interest on this debt, and the principal as it falls due. 

BONDS REGISTERED IN AUDITOR»S OFFICE UNDER ACTS OF APRIL 

16, 1869, AND FEBRUARY 18, 1865. 

Statements Nos. 12 and 13 furnish a full descriptive list of all the 
bonds registered for each locality in the State, and all the information 
necessary to show the amount and character of the railroad debt regis- 
tered under the acts of 1865 and 1869. Bonds which were registered 



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ander the act of 1865, and have been re-registered ander the act of 1869, 
are omitted from the second table. Of bonds so re-registered — 

Adams connty has $200,000 

CityofQuincy « 175,500 

Brown coanty " 12,600 

Hancock county " 11,800 

Schuyler county " 55,000 

Total, $454,900 

A synopsis of these tables gives the following : 

Bonds registered ander act of 1869, ... $14,243,951 58 

*' paid and canceled, 189,600 00 

Balance outstanding Nov. ao, 1874, - - $14,054,351 58 

Which is apportioned as follows : 

45 counties have registered bonds outstanding, - $5,116,004 00 

226 townships " " " «* - ' 7,400,247 58 

18 cities « " " " . . 1,079,100 00 

26 incorpora'd towns " " « . - 459,000 00 

Total, $14^054,351 58 

Bonds registered under act of 1865, .... $1,908,434 71 
" paid and canceled, 83,610 00 

Balance outstanding Nov. 30, 1874, - - - $1,824,824 71 

Which is apportioned as follows : 

7 counties have registered bonds outstanding, - - $409,240 00 
4 cities « *< " u . . 1,415,584 71 

Total, $1,824,824^71 

Under the drainage and levee law of April 9, 1872, the commission- 
ers of the Sny Island levee of Adams, Pike and Calhoun counties have 
issued and caused to be registered in this of&ce bonds to the amount of 
1473,500 — ^for a detailed description of which, see Statement j^o. 14. 

Statements 'Son. 22 and 23 give, in detail, the taxation in each locality 
in the State, having registered bonds, on account of said bonds, and 
the benefits enuring to each locality under the operations of the act of 
April 16, 1869. The aggregates of said tablei^ are as follows : 



I 110 ] !£IV 



FOR THE TEAR 1872. 



U 
U 
it 

U 
U 
U 



Total amount charged, $l,483,G22 00 

Amount of abatements, commissions, etc., $101,693 23 
" collected on levies for interest, - 979,549 25 
" of State Rev. and Int. Tax on increa- 
sed valuation over 1868, - - 61,127 48 
of State Rev. and Int. Tax on pro- 
perty of railroads aided, - - 25,767 43 
of County Tax on property of rail- 
roads aided, .... 53,704 30 
of local tax on property of railroads 

aided. 133,671 75 

of tax enjoined from collection, - 77,080 77 
of tax enjoined in collectors' hands, 41,447 99 
due (for which suit is pending,) - 0,579 80 

$1,483,622 00 

FOR THE YEAR 1873. 

Total amount charged, $1,296,938 73 

Amount of ordinary abatements, commis- 
sions, etc., .... $163,532 78 
^ of tax on property of railrojids and 
other corporations, enjoined from 

collection, .... 117,389 66 • 

collected on levies for interest, - 866,788 88 
" of State Rev. tax on increased val- 
uation over 1868, credited Mc- 
Lean county Bond Fund, - 20,388 88 
of County Tax on property of rail- 
roads aided, .... 10,316 67 
of local tax on property of rail- 
roads aided, - . . . 32,850 56 
of tax enjoined from collection, 49,766 20 
of tax enjoined in collectors' hands, 19,065 10 
due from collectors, - , - 16,840 00 

-^ $1,296,938 73 

As a consequence of the decision of the Supreme Court in the case of 
Ramsay vs. Hoeger, the Treasurer and Auditor have done nothing un- 
der the iH ovisions of the act approved March 27, 1874, in force July 1 
1874, entitltMl "An act to provide for the payment of the registered in- 
debtedness of counties, townships, cities and towns.'' 



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XV f 111 I 

ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN CANAL, AND ILLINOIS RIVER IMPROVE- 

3IENT. 

On tbe 26th of Dec, 1873, the State made the final payment to the 
city of Chicago, under the provisions of the act of Oct. 20, 1871, enti- 
tled '-An act to relieve the lien of the city of Chicago upon the Illinois 
and Michigan Canal, and revenues, etc., " and the city executed and 
dehvere<l to the State a release of its lien, which has been approved by 
the Grovernor. 

The amuant paid to the city of Chicago, of principal and interest, 
and the sources from which the same was derived, is as follows: 

Amount of acknowledged debt of State to the city, - $2,95.>,:U() 00 
Interest on same, 100,080 08 

Total, $3,121,420 08 

Paid from following sources : ^ 

Eevenue deficit bonds, - - - . $250,000 00 

Illinois Central K R, fund, - - 1,197,885 97 

Illinois and Michigan Canal revei^e, 258,545 79 

Canal redemption fund, - - - 1,414,988 32 

$3,121,420 08 

The Legislature, by act approved April 17, 1873, in force July 1, 
1873, appropriated the net earnings of the Illinois and Michican (Janal 
and of the lock at Henry, on the Illinois river, until the expiration of 
the first fir cal quaiter after the adjournment of the next General Assem- 
bly, to be expended by the Canal Commissioners in the construction of 
a lock and dam across the Illinois river at or near Copperas Creek. 

Such net earnings were required to be paid to the credit of a si^ecial 
fund designated the Illinois liiver Improvement Fund, and it was made 
the duty of the State Treasurer to invest the same in United States or 
other interest-bearing bonds as might be designated by the Governor, 
mitil there shonld be in his hands at least $100,000 of such funds. The 
interest accrning on such investment was directed to be placed to the 
credit of the same fund. As soon as the Illinois River Improvement 
Fund should reach $100,000, the Commissioners were empowered to 
place under contract the building of the lock and dam. 

The receipts ana disbursements of the Illinois River Improvement 
Fund have been as follows : 

RECEIPTS. 

'Set earnings paid by Canal Commissioners, - - • $183,000 00 
Interest on investments paid by E. Rutz, State Treasurer, 5,008 34 

Total, - - 81 88,008 34 



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DISBURSEMENTS. 



Cost of $90,000 United States bonds, .... $98,266 50 
Expended by Commissioners on account of construction of 

lock and dam at Copperas Creek, .... 55,954 81 

Balance in treasury Kovember 30, 1874, .... 34,447 03 



Total, $188,668 34 

There was to the credit of the Illinois Biver Improvement Fond on 
the 30th of Kov., 1874, in cash $34,447 03, and in United States s 

$90,000. 

CHAELES E. LIPPINOOTT, 

Auditor P. A. 



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No. 1- 

Statement of BeceipU and Disbursements of the Oeneral Revenue Fund^ 
from December 1, 1872, to November 30, 1874, incltisive. 



BECBIPTS. 

From taxes of 1871 

•• taxes of 18W 

" taxes of 1873 

' * redemption and sale of real estato parchaaed on execution 

* * judgnieut debton 

** salv of property acquired from Joel A. liatteaon 

*' J. D. Scuniier, Superint^ident of State Reform School, collected by Treasurer of 

' said school from J. Dufl; late Treasurer 

* * Edward Kummel, Secretary of State, for sale of old famiture and books 

" George H. Harlow, Secretary of State, for fees collected by him from January 13, 

1^3, to September 30, 1874, iucluslTe 

" C. B. Lipptneott, Auditor, for fees collected by him fh>m January 13, 1873, to 

Septem ber 30, 1 874, inclnjti ve 

" John Si. Palmer, Governor, money refunded 

Total amount recelred 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



OBDINABY EXPENSES. 



Icfislative Department 

loeeaUve •* 

Jaihcial •• 

Agiicultnial ** 

lixDcuiive Mansion 

Kipeuses of State Charitable and Edocatlonal Institutions. 

ApyrupnatiiMiH, General 

Special 

CoaTeying convicts to Penitentiary 

State Reform School 

Comoiisaionera of Public CliariUes 

ysgiti ves from J uatice 

luodeutal and utUce expenses. Secretar3'of State 

I'klwr, printing, toindiu|^ and publishing notices 

i'ertcrsand W atchuiau m State House 

Reports of Supreme Court 

HadnNul and Warehouse Commissioners 

Iteiisini to State House 

t^uiie iioanlof Rqualisation 

Stale Library 

Total ordii 



Luary expenses. 



EXTBAOBDINABY EXPENSES. 

Building State Institutions 

Itepaiiiiig and furnishing State Institutions 

l>BAciency appropiiatious for State Institutions 

Kemdiiug aua euiarging Supreme Court ruuius, etc 

l^aymeaL of indebteoness of lUinoia State Pemtontiary. 
(Jansl Commieaiuxiers 



Contingent Fund of Governor 

<>eidugical Survey and Reports 

(^iug Field Notes and Surveys 

Bimey refunded and transfured to other funds 

Kew State House , 

Kerisionof Statutes 

Total extraordinary expenses 



1332, 

IH, 

411, 
21, 

1», 
809, 

6, 

59. 

30. 

5, 

7, 

10, 

21, 
175, 

a. 

87. 

33, 

1, 

1«. 



037 49 
974 32 
934 80 
600 00 
301 34 
031 89 
40U i5 
640 96 
074 45 
969 64 
876 97 
255 47 
390 80 
953 34 
633 36 
060 00 
048 71 
311 80 
000 00 
407 60 



f780, 
116, 

9, 
12, 

4, 
10, 

12. 
23, 

^, 

184. 

1,040. 

31. 



384 90 
638 05 
850 37 
503 34 
889 61 
950 M 
409 69 
679 75 
781 87 
:»6 85 
847 tf9 
445 44 



Total warrants drawn on Bevenue Fund during two years ending November 30, 1874. . . 
Amonnt Revenue Wafrants outstanding December 1, 1872 '. , 



Total 



AsMunt Bevenue Warrants outstanding December i, 1874. 



Total amount Revenue Fund disbursed during two years ending November 30, 1874. 

Ajaount of Genenl Bevenue Fund received over amount disbursed during two years 
ending November 30. 1874 



Amount. 


$433,631 88 


1. 734. 458 93 


2, 8:{3. noo 39 


2,784 'JO 


8. 537 OJ 


16, 073 50 


1, 015 87 


134 50 


12, aas 78 


33,990 90 


55 :a) 


L-S, 076, 3^9 e7 



13,106,781 11 



2,835 616 76 



84, 342. 397 87 

11, 463 ast 



$4, 353. ^iW 09 
6, 913 87 



$4,346,947 22 



$729,282 63 



Vol. l-S 



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No. 2. 

Statement of Receipts and Disbursements of Special State Funds from 
December 1, 1872, to November 30, 1874, inclusive. 



CANAL REDEMPTION FUND. 



KECEIPTS. 

From tax of 1871 

" " le72 

' ' tmDsfcr of lUiDois Central Sailroad fund 

Total amount reoeived 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amonnt refunded to coUoctOTB on overpayment of acoonnts $34 79 

to pay interest on bonded debt of the city of Cbioago 936, 3U8 00 

* * paid tor reoonBtruotlon of bridges in city of Chlcajco 22, 149 70 

' * paid for reconstruction of public buildings in the city of Cliicago. . . . 784, 594 70 

Total amount disbursed (being in fuU of appropriation of Oct. 20, 1871) 

Amonnt disbursed over amonnt received 



ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD FUND. 



RECEIPTS. 

From seven per cent, on gross samings for six months ending Oct. 31, 1873 

'* " April30,1873 

•• •' *• " •♦ *• Oct3l,1873 

" " *• *• April30,1874 

Total amount received 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount paid for principal, interest, &c, of State bonded indebtedness, etc. . . |8, 687 87 

* ' of balance of 57th tostallnieut of interest on State debt 43, 505 .'tt 

' ' of school f^d interest orders for the year 1873, paid counties mi. 937 31 

* ' transferred to canal redemption fund 512, 620 77 

Total amount disbursed 

Amoun t received o v er am ount disbursed 



ILLINOIS RIVER IMPROVEMENT FUND. 



RECEIPTS. 

From tolls of Illinois and Michigan Canal 

' ' State Treas urer for in terost on U. S. bonds 

Total amount received 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amountpaldforpurchaseof ninety U.S. bonds 1^,037 .'iO 

" " express charges and commissions on same 229 00 

906,266 50 

Amount paid for labor, material, etc., in construction of lock and dam at 

Copperas Creek 65,954 81 

Total amonnt disbursed 

Amount received over amount disbursed • 



Amount. 



$53,907 64 
732.306 31 
513, €:» 77 



11,288,834 13 



1. 743, 147 19 



$4.54 313 47 



$291,754 71 
805,385 73 
223.388 3tf 
177. 453 25 



$827,781 90 



631.751 46 



$206,030 50 



$183,000 00 
5,668 34 



$188,668 34 



154, 931 31 



$34, 447 03 



statement — ^Continued. 



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IKTEBEST FUXD. 



RECEIPTS. 
From tax of 1673— bdnK total amount received. . . 



DISBT7RSEMENTS. 

Amoimt paid intereat on State debt $170,931 55 

" for ezpeoaea of paying Interest, et« 3,960 69 

* ' refunded to collectors on over-pa vmenta of accounts 431 06 

of achool fund intereat orders for the year 1672, paid conntiea 56, 937 31 



Amount. 



•213, 805 08 



Total amount disbaraed 

Aaioant disbaraed over amount reoeiyed. 



STATE DEBT FUND. 



"So receipta on account of this fund. 

DISBURSEMEKTS. 

Amount paid for principal. Interest, dec, of State bonded indebtedness, etc.— being total 
amount disbursed 



STATE SCHOOL FUND. 



RECEIPTS. 



Yrom taxes of IfiTl. 
J872. 
1873 



Total amount received. 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount paid for salary and clerk hire Sup*t Public Inntraction $10, 833 33 

' * ' * ofBce expenses Sup't Public Instniction 4, 043 75 

' ' refnnded to collectors on over-payment of accounts 14, 512 58 .' 

of school tax fand orders for 187*2 and ISTJ, paid counties 2, 000, 000 00 



831,680 54 



117, S.U 46 



•333,765 37 



•40, 244 74 
975,530 on 
991, 853 78 



•2, 007, 629 38 



Total amount disbursed 

Amount disbursed over amount received. 



UNKNOWN AND MINOR HEIRS' FUND. 



RECEIPTS. 

' Edward Rutz, State Treasurer— being the amount in the treasury— to the credit of 

unknown and minor heirs* fond, July 1, 1874 

Frmn S. D. Holmes, on order of circuit court or Mercer county, in case of Lutz vn. Lute.. 
" Koaes H. £vans« commissioner, on order of circuit court of Iroquois countv— be- 
ing amount due Charity Moulton, May Wilkinson and Amanda Hawkina— 
•13 24^ each 



Total amount received. 



There have been no disborsements from this fund since July 1, 1874. Prior to that 
date Uie aoeonnta of this fund were kept In the Treasurer's l>ooks only ; aU receipts 
sad disbursements being on order of court. 



2,039,389 65 



•21. 760 27 



•5, laO 01 
148 11 



39 73 



•5, .367 85 



[116] 4 

No. 3. 

Statement of Receipts and Disbursements from December 1, 1872, to No- 
vember 30, 1874, inclusive^ of Local Funds for payment of principal and 
interest of Bonded Indebtedness of Counties^ ToumshipSj Cities and 
TotmSj registered in the Anditor^s Office. 



County. 



AdsniA. 



Alexander 
Bond 



Brown- 
Bureau 



Casa 



1 1 



Champaign.. 



i • 

I i 

Chxlatian.. 

1 1 



« t 



Clark. 
Clay.. 



i < 
i t 



Coles. 



DeWitt. 

1 1 



t • 
• • 
> t 



Douglaa 



.' « 

i I 



Sdgor 



LOCALMT. 



.. [White 
Edwards and 
JBflingham 



• « 



Bond Fund. 



1 1 
1 1 

I * 

I I 



Cityof Qninoy 

County of Adams 

Township of Keene 

" Mendon 

County of Alexander 

Cityof Cairo 

County of Bond, 

Inc. town of GreeuTiUe 

County of Brown 

Inc. town of Buda 

Township of Lamoille 

•• Ohio 

•• Walnut 

County of Cass 

City of Beardstown 

Inc. town of Arenzville 

Township of Champaign * 

** Mahomet; 

•• Scott 

* * IJrbana 

County of Christian 

Township of Bear Creek 

** Buokhart. 

'* Johnson 

King 

Locust 

M*y 

Paua 

Ricks 

Stonington 

TavlorTille 

County of Clark 

CUy 

Township of Harter 

•• Louisville 

Conntj' of Coles 

Township of East Oakland 

** Mattoou 

County of DeWItt 

Township of Clintonia 

»• DeWitt 

* * liiixon 

** Santa Anna 

• TunbridKe 

County of Douglas 

Township of Areola 

' • Bowdre 

** Bourbon 

* ' Camargo 

* * Garrett 

** Is'ewroan 

•• Tuscola 

County ofEdgar 

Township of Embarras 

Edgar 

Bruelletts Creek. . . . 

Paris 

Prairie 

Boss 

Shlloh 

Young America 

Inc. Town of Gray ville 

Township of Douglas 

•* Liberty 

" Mason 

* ' Moccasin 

* * Summit 

•• Teutopolis 

West 



I • 

i • 
I t 
I t 



« I 



Beoeipts. 



|185.(r74 09 

S5,87ti 61 

1,994 55 

4,206 88 

11,318 78 

11,070 05 

9, 101 00 

697 50 

20,604 43 

3,358 75 

6.374 72 

5, 868 46 

3, 66C 05 

10, 930 60 

18, 976 68 

592 28 

13,398 38 

7,051 34 

3,404 36 

13,804 09 

7, 498 70 

986 66 

199 99 

1, 164 56 

466 64 

178 69 

375 34 

7,964 14 

917 70 

424 71 

8,922 85 

10, 405 28 

16, 5.M$ 27 

2. 994 67 

2.488 70 

21.113 49 

7 768 78 

5, 527 71 

4f5 50 

18,971 39 

7. 4ia 82 

4, 662 02 

9.596 88 

5,512 77 

15.684 71 

15, 424 56 

3,392 61 

478 60 

2,913 10 

9,514 32 

2,328 14 

3,947 39 

9. 210 05 

1,500 00 

964 38 

684 82 

7,253 66 

8.M 76 

1,870 87 

861,17 

907 82 

See White 

8,232 45 

1,383 46 

1, 943 88 

637 62 

712 50 

1,350 28 

1, 540 01 



Disburse- 
ments. 



1160,561 66 

96.613 54 
9,010 30 
4,041 41 
6,120 00 
3, 720 00 

17,374 10 
040 00 

18,436 18 
3, 015 00 
8,078 33 
7,980 00 
7,355 00 

16, 329 74 

94. 992 70 
779 90 

18,732 95 

9,655 60 

9,000 00 

14,260 80 

11,096 00 

1,288 00 

359 00 

l,a» 00 

564 00 

301 00 

724 00 

5,655 00 

1,128 00 

724 00 

3.371 60 

13, 885 48 

20,9t<8 90 

4. 020 00 

3,030 00 

31, 113 49 

7,717 51 

6,309 00 

400 00 

16. 335 68 

7, 813 83 

4.200 00 

10.586 08 

5,824 04 

19. 100 00 

14. 993 86 
3, 306 35 

4S0 00 

9,800 00 

3,000 00 

1,600 00 

3.600 00 

9, 170 00 

1, .OOO 00 

640 00 

640 00 

7,699 63 

800 00 

1,780 00 

800 00 

880 00 

County. 

9,750 00 
1. 141 70 
3,464 00 
1.005 00 
8,010 00 
3. 014 50 
1,833 40 



Amount re- 
ceived over 
amount dis- 
bursed. 


Amount 
disburaed 

over 
amount 
reoelved. 


|16, 113 36 




$794 9S 


165*47 


15 75 


5, L()8 78 
7,350 05 

57 50 


"Hm'ii 


8,178 95 




656 25 




1, 703 €1 




3,111 54 




3,6W 05 




9,309 14 




6,016 09 




187 6d 




5,333 87 


""i,' 404*36 


3,604 d6 


456 71 




3,597 30 




301 34 




153 01 




363 44 




97 36 




32 31 




348 66 


9,309 14 




210 30 




899 2» 




348 15 




3,480 90 




4.432 63 




1,025 33 




541 30 






5i'97 





85 50 
3,645 71 

'"462 oi 



3,564 71 

430 70 
86 36 
38 60 

113 10 



681 89 



I 



400 00 



989 90 
311 37 



514 32 




728 14 




347 39 




40 95 




324*38 

44 82 






445 IMi 


&4 76 




90 87 
61 17 




27 82 




*i*5i7*55 


841 76 




531 19 




367 3g 




1,997 50 




1,664 82 




383 39 



i.Ate West Urbana. t Late Middletown. 



statement — ^Oontinaed. 



[117] 



tocAim. 



CooBty. 



Effindnat 
FayeSEto... 



Fa 

Ford 

• 4 



FnUoB. 



Bond Fond. 



4 i 
(4 



lm6. town of Bdgewood 

Township of YandalU 

Connty of Ford 

TowBsbip of Drnmaien 6roT« 

* * Lyman 

Peach Orchard... 

Inc. town of ABtoria 

Township of Aatoiia 

' ' Farmen 

*• Pleaaant 

*• Vermoot 

*' Woodland 

Ga&atim jCountT of Gallatin 

jCity of Shawneetown 

County of Greone 

loc town of Greenfidd 

Whit«fa«U 

Cocmty of Hamilton 

County of Hancock 

CItyoir Wawaw 

Inc. town of Carthage 

Township of Beoz* Creek 

St. Albana 

County of Hendenon 

City of Oqaawka 

Townahipof Lynn 

Western 

Galva. 

Inc. town of Galva 

Townahipof AahGroye 

BelinoDt 



HamfltoM 
Hancock. 



1 1 
< I 



it 

I* 



Iroqaois 



« • 

4 4 

• < 

« 4 



(pin. 
Jeney&Macou- 

JoDaTiees 

Johnaon 



Concord 

Doaglas 

Fountain Crock. 

Greenard 

Lovejoy 

Marttnton 

Ididdlepoit 

jrd 



4 • 



Kendall. 

44 



U Salle. 

44 



t 4 
t » 



Lee 



Idilfoi 

Paplneaa .... 

Prairie Green. 

Sheldon 

Stockland 

Cityof Watoeka 

County of Jeiferaon 

Township of Mt. Vernon . . . 

Inc. town of Brighton 

City of Galena 

County of Johnson 

Township of Aurora 

Inc.' town of St. Charles . . . . 

Township of An»Dia 

* * GaiM'er 

*' Kankakee.... 

' * Mouieiioe . . . 

" Ydlowheail... 

County of Kendall 

Township of Ftix , 

Kendall 



lirlni^atOM. 



Osweco 

Kio 

Bruce . 
Dayton 



Oenge 

Otta^tt 

South Ottawa.. 

Alto 

Aniboy 

Hamilton 

Wyoming 

Amit3' 

AvtlCH 

Dwipht 

Epiinrds Point. 
Indian Uxove . . 

Newtown 

Owego 

Puutiac 



Beoeipta. 



It, 775 99 
5,963 09 

H9i7 34 
1, 158 93 
4,851 53 
4,432 76 
1,838 67 
9,604 81 
6,607 96 
2,313 89 
9,036 67 
2.(^96 

43,836 15 

5,546 53 

5.649 47 

550 37 

1, 619 06 

31.848 09 

25, 198 19 
9.395 17 

2.199 18 
3,299 23 
3,100 40 

13,297 02 
3,678 33 
2,720 94 
5, 253 95 
1.2r7 54 
l,8t<7 67 

195 47 
2,601 17 

930 74 
3,321 51 

242 07 

7]1 94 
1,799 24 
2.439 22 
2.71K! 89 
3. 820 71 
1. 555 21 
1,0^4 h2 
4, 2H7 CT 
1.166 69 
1.762 09 
l.\705 28 
3,546 09 

in 61 

8. 200 73 
13. 743 45 
23.439 32 

8.311 14 
e,5(.»6 2f7 
4. 144 i)8 
C. 76.^ 71 
2,986 07 
2,522 55 



4. 109 71 
2,885 13 
2. 332 HA 
3, 3i>2 52 

4.">7 .14 
1. »» 74 
3,681 il8 

826 13 
. 716 54 
5, 482 35 
4,416 29 
1,855 96 
2,116 60 
2, S03 31 
9.002 13 
4. 446 84 
2,084 23 
9, 579 OS 



Disburse- 
ments. 



11.911 00 
7.490 50 

98.400 00 
3,567 85 
4,577 50 
4.275 30 
1,909 00 
9.908 00 
6.735 00 
3.035 00 

10.072 28 
3,015 00 

50,348 45 

1.000 00 

8,281 20 

642 40 

9,007 00 

33,639 5.3 

29,258 M 

10, 437 48 
9,050 50 
4,020 SO 
4,020 00 

18.997 15 

3,554 87 

2,H94 40 

4,006 00 

900 00 

4.725 00 

489 05 

2,615 00 

1,200 (0 

4, 264 00 

3.^4 27 

604 UO 

1. 406 42 

2,100 00 

2,815 00 

4.144 00 

1, UfXi 00 

1. 106 66 

4,425 00 

867 46 

1.605 83 

16, 079 20 
4.422 00 



7,770 33 
12, 496 85 
96.405 90 

7. 045 00 

7.:ioooo 

4.8V4 00 
^.5:<3 36 
4.524 00 

4. ao.> 95 

2,947 00 
1,014 CO 
722 00 
920 00 
4.824 00 
2,62:) 80 
1,409 00 
4, 242 00 
3,049 00 
1,3:10 00 
4,437 50 
791 41 
807 77 
5,400 00 
4. 625 00 
1.710 00 
2,039 58 
9.6ir) 00 
9, 3.^0 00 
4,100 00 
1,700 00 
9,399 00 



Amonnt re- 
ceived over 
amonnt die- 
boraed. 



1964 99 



15,867 34 



974 03 
157 46 



4,546 59 



9,039 00 
"139*68' 



123 46 



1.947 95 
367 54 



107 94 

390 f 2 
339 92 



350 21 



299 23 

156 96 



137 fil 

430 40 

1,246 00 

i.' 266* 14 
1,206 27 



1,932 35 



261 33 
923 48 



230 74 
""3472 



82 35 
145' 90" 




Amount 
disburxed 
over 
amount 
received. 



|1, 526 88 
"*2.'469'22 



70 33 
30:i 19 
127 04 
721 11 

1,0:».'» fil 
116 04 

6. 512 30 

92 03 

.>7 m 

1,791 ."il 

i,' 112 31 

'"*72ri7 

919 60 

5,700 13 

173 46 



2.t>:c 33 

1S)3 .> 

213 S3 

2C!) JO 

91-J A\i 

112 20 



Hi -JO 
323 29 

t-i 84 
i:{7 33 



3, :rr:i i)2 

«5 91 



3,or> {« 



fno 02 
i.r^n :o 

l,iVfKi 40 

2, 947 00 

1.014 00 

7-J2 <« 

O.'O 00 

714 29 



849 48 
2,5t)l 06 

" 755 .'sa 

"'91 2:1 

208 71 

""522P8 

21 fiO 

347 67 

""li'ss 



[118] 



G 



Statemeiit — Continued. 



LOCAUTY. 



Coonty. 



Logan 



Kacon 

t < 

. * * (Jersey 
Maconpin aud 

Madison 

Marshall 



Maaon 
t > 



McDonough 
i t 

m 

• t 
1 1 



McLean 



Menard 
Mercer 



Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 



Moultrie. 
1 1 



Ogle 



Peoria.. 

« t 



Perrv. 
Plutt . 

1 1 

i>iko . ; 



Bond Fund. 



• t 



i < 



Coonty of Logan 

Township of ^tna 

Mt. Pulaski .... 

Inc. town of Mt. Pulaski 

County of Macon 

Township of Decatur 

Mt. Zlon 

Friend's Crook . 

Inc. town of Bi-ightou 

Virdeu 

' ' Edwardaville . . . 

Township of Evans 

Hopewell 

• ' Lacim 

Koberts 

Coonty of Mason 

Towusliip of Uavana 

Mason City 

" Pennsylvania... 

" Sherman 

County of McDououvh 

Township of Bushnell 

Eldorado 

Mound 

' ' 2^*ew Salom 

Walnut Grove. . 

County of McLean 

Township of Allon 

Bellflower 

•• AiTowsiuith 

" Blooraiugton.... 

Cheney's Grove. 

Dan vers. 

Downs 

Emplro 

Padua 

West 

City of Bloomineton 

Inc. town of Saybrook 

County of Meuard 

County of Mercer 

Township of A bington 

Eliza 

** Greeue 

Keithsburg 

" M«rcer 

'• Milleraburg 

** New Boston 

" Perry ton 

City of New Boatt>n 

County of Monroe 

Countv of Montgomery 

City of Litchflefii 

City of Jacksonville 

Township 15 n. 10 w 

14n.9 w 

Inc. town of Waverly 

County of Moultrie 

Township of Dora 

" Lowe 

*• Sullivan 

" Nashua 

• • Oregon 

•• Pino Rock 

County of Peona 

Township of Peoria 

City of Peoria 

Township of Brimfiold 

' ' Elinwood 

County of Perry 

Township of Boraent 

BlueKidge. 

•• Monticello 

" Sangamon 

•* ITnity 

County of Piko 

Township of Newburg 

Piltsfleld 



Receipts. 



116, 779 99 

2, 445 04 

7. 772 98 

2G0 SO 

S9, 7.55 21 

5,R88 6« 

4:)8 18 

3,650 30 

See Jersev 

8, 784 6r> 

5, 454 28 

3,865 16 

1, 184 45 

5, 41)8 28 

2, 295 79 

22. 485 20 

7, .V>7 H2 

3, 357 78 
1.462 .ol 

847 91 

10, 532 92 

9. 242 37 

1,144 80 

6. 804 04 

9. 085 67 
2. 500 47 

23, 428 96 

2, 721 99 
10, 117 76 
10, 142 32 
47, 343 63 

8.949 69 

5,493 24 

1, 304 12 
12, 451 

5,878 

1,156 

2,096 

2 144 
18, 950 

8.744 

1,315 
769 

1.984 

6. 070 40 

2,002 90 

2,915 56 

3,803 
613 

3,:i39 

6, 533 

7,124 

7,977 

8, .549 
5,636 

4, 598 00 
5, 647 37 

57, 496 23 
1.3.)8 18 
},T.m 66 
4, 196 08 

1.064 29 
800 39 

7;a 65 
8, 749 09 
1.0.58 57 

13. 3*3 19 
7, 373 64 
2, 162 79 

20, 196 79 

9. 065 44 

5, 908 05 
10,5:W 15 

5,654 16 

1. 208 85 

4.5. 170 97 

2,35:< 81 

4. 086 76 



81 
71 
00 
66 
80 
13 
30 
71 
50 
29 



.59 
71 
54 
71 
29 
49 
30 
07 



Disburse, 
ments. 



$16, 682 38 

2,815 00 

7, 642 40 

440 00 

31, 318 08 

3, 527 75 

400 00 

1,600 00 

county. 

6.000 00 
6, 652 49 
7,981 00 
1.915 00 
5,887 59 
3, 430 00 
34, 123 94 
7, .'.68 27 

3. 008 25 
1, 383 30 

719 98 

22, 156 51 

9, 473 75 

1.156 00 

7,761 58 

9,950 00 

2, 615 00 

29,:)88 88 

2. 837 81 

8, 587 7.5 

9, .500 00 

54, 293 80 

7, 850 00 

7, 280 90 

2.009 00 
15^255 40 

5^602 27 
1, 855 00 
4, 703 60 
1, 950 00 

19, 035 82 
9.386 11 
1,850 25 
1.005 00 
790 00 
7. 035 00 
1,180 00 
3, 162 52 
3,319 22 
580 00 
3,796 10 
5,600 00 
5. 815 22 
7. 809 .32 
7,923 00 
9, 850 00 
6. 808 75 
6. 034 58 

52 066 00 
1,324 66 
1.675 00 
2 424 00 
1,041 00 

1,407 6b 

17,060 00 

7."469'35 

11. 4.59 00 
6, 535 00 

26. 205 80 
8, 944 66 
7, 944 90 

11.250 00 
5, 150 00 
1,100 00 

50, 810 71 
2. .596 70 
4, 016 98 



Amount re- 
ceived nver 
amount dis- 
bursod. 



•97 61 



130 56 



2,360 91 

38 16 

2,050 30 

2,784 65 



34<» 53 
79 21 
97 93 



1,040 08 

i.'&io bi 

642 32 

i.'boo'eb 



276 44 

'i94'8b 



1,264 29 
"822 90 



33 71 



933 71 

1,.309 07 

168 17 

626 30 



5,430 ^\ 
33 52 
55 66 

1, 772 08 

2:) 29 

890 39 



1, 058 57 
5.903 84 



120 78 



8.286 15 
504 16 
108 85 



Amotxnt 
disbursed 

over 
nmoiint 
received. 



f36!> 96 
1,562 87 



1. 198 til 

4.115 84 

730 55 

449 31 

1,134 21 

1,C38 74 

10 45 



11,625 59 
?3I 3d 
tl 20 
957 54 
864 33 
114 53 



115 d2 




«.950 17 


1,787 ©G 

704 88 

2,803 59 



699 00 
2,606 94 

85*69 
641 81 
534 54 
235 50 

' 9«4*6b 

246 96 
515 63 

"ise's* 



4. 213 93 

2,2)0 75 
387 21 



69 78 



673 35 
8.310 91 



4. 085 36 
4,372 21 
8.009 01 

9,03685 



5,639 74 
242 89 



[119] 



Statement — Continaed. 



LocAumr. 



County. 



Bood Fund. 



Itaudolpli 
Rock Island. 



t * 



SansaniOQ 



Srbuyler. 



Shelby. 



Stark 



1 1 
< I 
1 1 

t 4 
t t 
t 4 



Pnlaski Coonty of Palaski 

Raodolpb 

City of Cbeatfsr 

Township of Canoe Creek.. 

Molln«fc 

Bock Island... 

Saline. County of Saline 

. Inc. town of £1 Dorado 

Connty of San;:arooii 

Township of Cartwrigbt. . . 
Springlield. . . 
Talklngtoo... 

City of Springfield 

County of Scbn vler 

Towuabip of Browning 

*• " Frederick.... 

Scott 'County of Scott. 

Inc. town of Winchester. . . 

City of Windsor 

Township of Dry Point. . . . 

Wfndaor 

Essex 

Goshen 

Osceola. 

Penn 

Toidon 

Valley 

Inr.. town of Toulon 

Wyoming 

City of Belleville 

Inc. town of Freeburg. 

Mascoutah 

Kew Athena.. 

County of TazewelL 

City of Pekin 

Township of Delavan 

Elm Grove.... 

Mackinaw. . . . 

Pekin 

Tremont 

Botler. 

Danville , 

Elwood 

Georgetown... 
*• Grant 

Ross 

Connty of Wabash 

City of Mt. Carmel 

Township of Ellison 

Lenox 

Monmouth.... 

Roseville 

Spring Grove. 

Sumner 



St. Clair. 



I 4 



Tazewell 



« 4 
• 4 



t t 
» t 



Vermilion. 



• 4 

4 4 

I 4 

• 4 

• 4 



Wabash. 



4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

I 4 

4 I 

4 i 

4 ( 



Warren. 



4 4 

4 4 

* 4 

t • 



Waahin^on . 
Wayne 



• • 

4 4 
44 

4 4 

White. 

4 • 
. 4 



.. (wards. 
White and Ed- 
Whiteside 

4 4 



Williamson . . . 
Wiuuebago . . . 
Wooflford..... 



4 i 
4 4 
4 4 
I 4 
• 4 



4 4 



i&dama . . 

Pike 

Calhoua . 



Swan 

County of Washington 

Wayne 

Township of Bedford 

Big Mound... 

Jasper 

Lamard 

Connty of White 

Inc. town of Carrai 

Enfield 

Grayville 

Township of Coloma. 

* * Habnaman 

Prophetstown 
Tamplco 

County of Williamson. 

Township of Bockton 

'* Casenovia..... 

* * Metamora. . . . 

Olio 

Sny Island Levee 



4 4 
4 4 
4 4 



4 4 
< 4 



4 • 



• 4 
4 4 



4 I 



\ 



Total #2,231,755 58 



Baoeipta. 



fs,267-re 

3,li3 JU 

aao Hb 

7, S'Zi 93 

7, \'Zi 34 
17, 743 44 

1, 'MS 4b 
25, r37 4b 

2,()ll U4 
1S2,413 74 

4, 728 45 
SO, (i04 48 
14, 98U 79 

2,985 19 

594 34 

10, 412 18 

5, 200 24 

5, 2b4 22 

4,113 27 
10, 173 90 

4,999 15 

1,236 64 
10,380 81 

8,771 30 

2.230 54 
1, 203 44 
1, 810 84 
1, 187 25 

20, 482 34 

1, 619 48 

3, 114 63 

227 00 

10,252 25 

9, 213 87 

132 26 

833 80 

3. 727 34 
3, 102 08 
1, 813 17 
4,908 05 

44,227 19 
6,309 01 
6,083 14 
9, 135 80 
4,720 14 

15, 433 87 

14,220 05 
769 19 
1, 130 64 
3,616 96 
4,561 80 
8,394 20 
793 71 
4,799 85 

25, 446 51 

23,330 71 

1,419 12 

820 43 

999 56 

1,541 96 

36, 509 05 
2,2:M 82 
1. 484 78 
3, 574 33 
698 76 
2,887 12 
7,209 56 
3, 326 94 

20,099 67 
3,861 14 

8.231 02 

8, 091 49 

8.728 97 

55,345 48 



Disburse' 
meuta. 



13,077 08 

6, 315 65 

503 00 

6. 120 00 

8, 040 00 

16, 83:1 10 
800 00 

29, 244 65 
3,3b0 44 

14, 240 82 
4,000 00 

19,939 62 

15, 316 46 
3, 8.^0 00 

1, b»9 00 
15, 862 45 

6, 030 00 
4,966 60 

3. 400 51 
0,500 00 
5, 725 00 

802 00 

11, 760 00 

9,850 00 

1 901 00 

402 00 

2, 010 00 

1,110 00 

83, 655 51 

1,573 81 

5, 443 73 

440 70 

16. 341 43 

0.261 40 

100 00 

1,407 00 

3, 613 00 

3,318 00 

2.401 00 
4,300 00 

34, 626 63 
6,100 00 
6,000 00 
8,008 65 
4,383 30 

11,380 00 
7,620 00 
724 00 
1. 608 00 
4,020 00 
4, 660 40 
3,136 00 
724 00 
5.388 00 

27,020 00 

28, 214 26 
2, 010 00 
1,005 00 
1 OS'S 00 

2, 010 00 
38, 372 50 

1, 742 25 
a, 460 38 
1,910 10 
422 91 
8,018 58 
8, 040 00 
4,000 00 

8. 199 60 

"io.oeiTO 

0,981 14 

7.200 00 

54,100 00 



12.297,948 67 



3,861 14 



1,528 97 
1, 245 42 



$180,371 46 



Amount re- 
ceived over 
amount dis- 
bursed. 


Amount 
di«buraed 

over 
amount 
received. 


fS,267 78 
36 02 






829 54 




77 88 




1.204 93 




9916 66 


910 34 




448 48 






3,507 IT 




76b 50 




1.827 Q8 


728 45 


664 86 






386 67 




834 81 




1,214 66 




ft, 4.'iO 27 
829 76 




317 62 




662 76 




673 99 






785 85 


434 64 






1,379 19 




1. 078 70 


335 54 




801 44 






190 16 


77 25 






3, 173 17 


45 67 




8,329 10 




213 70 




8, OHO 18 
47 53 




32 86 






573 11 


114 34 


215 92 




587 b3 


608 05 




9.600 56 




809 01 




83 14 




1, 127 15 




344 84 




4,053 87 




6,600 05 




45 19 






477 36 




403 04 




104 60 




741 80 


69 71 






5H8 15 




1 573 49 




4, e83 55 
590 88 






178 57 




55 44 




468 04 




1, 863 45 
981 60 


492 57 


664 23 




275 85 




868 54 






830 44 




673 06 


11 onn AT 





1,850 77 
1,889 65 



9246,564 53 



[120] 



8 



No. 4. 

General Statement of Warrants drawn on the State Treasury , from Decem- 
ber 1, 1872, to November 30, 1874, inclusive. 



TO WHAT ACCOUNT CHARGED. 



Amoniit. 



REVENUE FUND. 

AppropriatioDfl, Special 

Appropriations. General 

Canal Commisaionora 

Commiaaionera of Public Charities 

Conveying convicts to Penitentiary 

Conveying; convieta to Stat«) Reform School 

Contingent Fund of Governor 

Coats and expeuaea of State aoita 

Executive Manaion 

Field Noteaand Surveys 

Fugitives from Justice 

Fund Commiaaioner'a Cleric 

General Assembly 

G eolopical Reports 

Geolof^ical Survey 

Incidental expenses 

niinoia Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary 

Hlinois Industrial University 

Illinois State Penitentiary 

Illinois Soldiers' Orjihans Home 

Inaano Hospital, Jacksonville 

Inaane Hospital, Northern 

Inaane HiMpital. Southern 

Institution ibr the Education of the Blind 

Institution for the Eiiucation of the Deaf and Dumb 

Institution for the Education of Feeble-nkinded ChildreD 

Money Refunded 

Normal University, BIoomingtoB 

Normal University, Southern 

Office of the Governor 

Ofliceof the Secretary of State 

Office of the Auditor 

Office of the Treasurer 

Office of the Attorney General 

Office of the Adjutant General 

Priutinjr Paper, Stationery, etc 

Pnlilic Printing ^..-- 

Public Bindin;; 

Publishing Notices 

Porters in State House, and Night Watcbman 

Railroad and Warehouse Commlssionera 

Ropaifs to State House 

Reports of Supreme Court 

Revision of Statutes 

S tate Boanl of Eq ual i zation 

State Board of Agriculture, and Coonty Agrtoultaral Boards 

Slate Library 

Supremo Court, Southern Grand Division 

Suprt'nie Court, Central Grand Division 

Supreme Court, Northern Grand Division 

State Reform School 

State Uouae, Ne^v 

Salaries, Governor (salary and clerk hire) 

' * Lieutenant-Governor 

•• Secretary of State (salar>' and clerk hire) 

• * Auditor of Public Accounts (Halary and clerk hire) 

* ' State Treivsurer (salary and clerk liire) 

" Attorney General (aalary and clerk hire) 

•• A^iutaut General 

• * State Entomologist 

* ' Judiciary, Supi-ome Court, lat District 

«• »• •• «• 2nd '* 

•• •* •• *' 3rd *' ', .' 

II !• II •! 4\}i '* . , ..... 

II 1 1 II I < sth *' 

•• •• •• " 6ih *• !!'.!'.*!!!!!JI!!'M!I!!!!!!.!!!!.!^I. 

II II n «• 7|^j| «• _ ^^^_ 

•* " Circuit Conrt of Cook County (.i judges) .' a. 

• * * ' Superior Court of Cook County (3 Judgea) 

Amount earrUd forward 



163. 8S0 65 

6,409 35 

10,950 00 

7,876 97 

30,074 45 

5, MO 64 

1-2,409 69 

4.809 69 

19.301 84 

7,781 87 

10,3ri5 47 

2,400 00 

309.315 35 

17,596 60 

6,063 75 

S9.5L7 79 

43,500 00 

49.SI5 76 

4.8a9 61 

123.974 37 

SU.818 b4 

414. 3'U 70 

337,605 80 

1*27.078 80 

323,909 46 

48.418 48 

164.336 85 

68,793 18 

!).'), 088 45 

3,343 16 

10, 276 46 

4.835 6ft 

^.378 92 

3,371 53 

5,165 08 

44. (KH 30 

101, 916 04 

39,960 00 

43 00 

2, 6*23 38 

3R, 048 71 

l,Sll 80 

37, 060 00 

31. 445 44 

Ift.OOO 00 

81. 60U 00 

4}(7 60 

15, 064 55 

8. 493 SI 

9, 304 00 

73. 449 :n 

1, 040. 847 89 

17. 416 66 

467 33 

18,337 83 

lri.406 35 

16, 147 60 

10.416 65 

:'.000 00 

4.700 00 

9.583 33 

0. 569 74 

10,000 00 

10. 833 34 

8,940 83 

9.999 99 

10.000 OO 

.'Mi. 7.^ W 

^019 SI 



$1»181,335 40 



9 



[121] 



Statement — ^Gontinaed. 





TO WHAT ACCOUNT 


CHAB6ED. 


Amount. 


Anuunt I 


Wought /orvar 

I 
liriary, Ist Cii 
3d 
3d 

4th • 

5th ' 

6th • 

7th • 

8th • 

9th ' 

10th • 

11th • 

13th * 

13th * 

14th ' 

15th ' 

l«th • 

17th * 

18th * 

19th • 

90th • 

3l8t 

33d 
S3d 

34th ♦ 
35th ' 
36th * 
87th • 
38th • 

aoch • 

State's I 

4 44 
1 It 
4 14 
4 4 4 
1 44 
4 4 4 
4 i • 
4 I 1 
1 i • 
1 «• 
1 4 1 
4 4 4 
4 4 4 
4 4 • 
4 4 4 
4 • • 
4 4 4 
1 II 
1 4 4 
4 4 4 
1 4 4 
4 1 4 
4 11 
1 4 1 
4 4 4 
4 4 1 
1 II 
< 4 4 
1 t 1 
4 4 4 
t It 
1 4 4 
( 4 4 
4 I > 
1 4 4 
4 4 1 
t It 
4 14 
4 4 i 
4 4 1 
4 4 4 
4 14 
4 4 4 

mrried forward 


d 






H 061. 335 40 


• < 4 


^VENTJB FUiai-CoMilximD. 

tsuit 


7.000 00 




7.000 00 


4 1 t 




7,300 00 


4 4 4 




6, hr.7 34 


4 4 I 




7. (hN) 00 


• • t 




7,000 00 


4 4 1 




5. 107 34 


4 4 4 




7,000 00 


14 • 




6,1:25 00 


4 4 « 




7.000 00 


l« t 




7.000 00 


14 i 




7, 440 68 


44 I 




6. 1.25 00 


44 4 




7. h75 00 


• 4 • 




6,ur> 00 


44 • 




7, 417 50 


« t 4 




7. 0f)7 07 


« t • 




7. 5H.i 33 


1 * « 




7, 5K3 33 


4 1 « 




7, 0(K) 00 


44 4 




7, b75 00 


« t I 




5. 392 66 


4 « ( 




5,099 46 


44 4 




c, sn? 66 


4 4 t 




i, 554 18 


4 4 4 




7, 4:n 50 


44 4 




1.893 66 


44 4 




l,^)9-2 66 


4 « 4 




3.181 34 


4 • 4 


Lttome} 

ittamey 
« i 

4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
44 
4 4 
4 1 
41 
t 4 
II 
1 1 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
It 
1 4 
4 1 
4 4 
4 4 
44 
4 4 
i 4 
It 
1 4 
4 4 
II 
1 1 

4 1 

m 

4 4 
4 4 
4 1 
4 1 
1 1 
1 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 

\ 


s of the (old) « 
Adams c* 
Alexaader 
Bond 
Boone 
Brown 
Burean 
Calbonii 
Carroll 
Cass 

Cbampaijpi 
Christian 
Clark 
Clay 
Clinton 
Coles 
Cook 
Crawford 
Cnmberland 
DeKalb 
DoWitt 
Douglas 
DuPage 
Edgar 
Edwards 
Effingham 
Fayette 
Ford 
Franklin 
Fnlton 
Gallatin 
Greene 
Grundy 
Hamilton 
Hancock 
Hardin 
Henderson 
Henry 
Iroauois 
Jackson 
JaMper 
Jefferson 
Jersey 
Jo Dariess 
Johnson 


Tudlcial Circuits 


4,2.V) 00 


44 4 


Dnnty 


700 00 


4 4 4 




POa 20 


4( 4 




706 50 


14 4 




719 78 


44 4 




713 19 


4 4 4 




tiO-i 20 


t 4 4 




719 78 


4 4 4 




719 73 


• 4 4 




804 40 


4 4 4 




700 00 


4f 4 




712 08 


44 4 




800 00 


14 4 




673 96 


4 4 4 




804 40 


4 t 4 




7W5 50 


1 4 4 




700 00 


It 4 




700 00 


4 4 4 




•^0-2 SO 


It 4 




713 19 


II 4 




702 30 


4 4 4 




800 00 


1 4 4 




702 20 


• 4 4 




713 19 


14 t 




663 X) 


1 4 4 




803 20 


44 1 




766 50 


• 4 4 




702 30 


11 4 




719 78 


44 4 




TOI 10 


II 4 




H»2 30 


It 1 




613 08 


(I 4 




620 h8 


14 4 




714 28 


It 4 




700 00 


4 4 4 




802 SO 


41 4 




802 20 


1 4 i 




701 40 


1 1 4 




701 10 


4 1 1 




701 10 


II 4 




603 30 


4 1 1 




700 no 


1 4 1 




697 77 


14 • 




701 10 


II i 


■ • 


600 00 








AnuntfUt 


^•Ml,'t3St 64 



[122] 



10 



Statement — ^God tin aed . 



TO .WHAT ACCOUNT CHABGED. 



Amount braiight fortoard. 



KEVENUE rUND— CoKTiinjED. 
Salaiies, Judiciary, State'8 Attorney Knne ooQDty 

Kaiikakee 



< • 
1 1 

I i 
i 4 

• I 
t < 
i ( 
i I 
I i 
I t 
I < 
( I 
( « 
t I 
t i 
I • 
i i 
I 4 

< 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
« 4 
4 4 
4 4 

< 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
44 
4 4 
4 4 
«4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
t 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 

• 4 
4 4 



KendaU 

Knox 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston 

Logan 

Macon 

Maoonpin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonongh 

McHenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Moaltrie 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Pntaani 

Randolph 

Bicbland 

Rock Island 

Saline 

Sangamon 

Schuyler 

Scott 

Shelhy 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson 

Tazewell 

Union 

Vermilion 

Wabash 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside 

Will 

Williamson 

Winnebago 

Woodford 



Total ReTenue Fnnd wioTsnts issued. 



4 ( 
4 4 
4 4 
( 4 
4 I 
4 4 
I 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
« 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 ( 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 . 
4 4 
4 4 
44 
4 4 
4 • 



SPECIAL STATE FUNDS. 



Canal Redemption Fnnd $1,743,147 10 

Illinois Central Railroad Fund 621.751 46 

Illinois River Improvement Fnnd 1M,221 31 

Interest Fnnd a31,6C0 54 

State Debt Fund 333,765 37 

SUto School Fund. a,0u9,3i« 65 



Local Bond Funds (as per datailed statement) • 



Total warrants drawn during two yean ending Norember 30, 1874. 



Amoontk 



•4,301.TJ8 



709 
Tttt 
702 
70S 
70S 
70S 
615 
702 
716 
703 
717 
708 
70S 

gos 

70S 

700 



713 

796 

70S 

SKI 

7«3 1 

702; 

710' 

70S: 

702! 

800< 

702 t 

102! 

700 I 

700 4 

702 ! 

300 « 

713 

702 

802 

717 

702 1 

702 ' 

717 

801 

714 

700 

600 

801 

713 

713 

71S" 

695 

801 

701 

701 

701 

6001 

717 I 

713 

8001 

801 



#4,342,397 



•S. 113.9391 
3.S97,iM8< 



tll,754.S8S( 



11 



[123] 



No. 5. 

Detailed Statement of Warrants dratni on the State Treasury, from Decern 

6ei- 1, 1872, to Naveniber 30, 1874, inclusive. 



ACCOUNTS 




APPROPRIATIONS-SPECIAL. 

ToSprinj^field Savlnj^s Baok, principal 110 826, and interest, 
tl7l Ti, of note made by State oflioen for money to pay for 

prin tlnjr paper 

" Dftviil D«>e, services as («n;;lneer House of Representatives 

heatiiie apparatus, hauling coal, etc 

" NQtt& Bark ley. for desks, cbairs, etc., furnished for Twenty- 

ei;:hth General A.8seiubly 

*' L. H. Coleman, for mattinf^, carpet, etc 

** C. San>|Mion. for putting in Bup]iorts to hall of Representatives. i 
" Yal. K. Hmnniel. for services as Clerk Joint Coiu mi ttee on Now 

Stat*' House of iI6th General Assembly 

" Fox 6c Hmise, for hardware, etc., furnished for SKth General 

Afts«*uil>ly 

'' Spnngfieltl Gas Liifht Co.. for gas burned in State House 

" P. W. Hnrts. for MUtionery furnished Secretary of State for 

Stat«« Hoard of Public Charities 

" P. W. Harts, for stationery furnished Secretary of State for 

Attorney General 

" John Williams &. Co., for towels, candles, etc, Aimished SecrO' 

tary of State 

' ' F. Gehring, for translating Gov. Palmer's Message into German 
" H. Bugg, for bnckets and repairs for 9dth General Assembly.. 
" T. J. Piulcett, Jr.. for services as Inspector of Public Printing. . 
' ' Frank Carpenter, for running House heating apparatus prior to 

letting contract to A. L. Ide 

' ' Springfield Water Works, for water rent for twe years, to July 

1.1873 

' ' N. Leroy, for repairing desks Mid locks, and making keys, etc., 

for^th General Assembly 

' ' Chicago Tribune Co., for advertising for profmsals for public 

printing, foT Rdward Rnmmel, late Secretary of State 

' ' H. H.iliitead St Co.. for advertising for proposals for public 

printing, for Edward Rummel, late Secretary of State 

' Sentinel Co., of Indianapolis, for advertising for proposals for 

public printing, for Edwsrd Rummel, late Secretary of State 

' H. T. Ires, for coal delivered to Secretary of State prior to May 

19, 1^73. 192 36, and wood delivered on contract prior to May 

12, 1873, t3J>S.05 

' Win. I. Allen, for copying resolutions concerning, deceased 

mentbers 2dth General Assembly 

' John Jackson, for services as janitor of basement, and for 

whitewashing done 

' Wm. Keddick. for services as member of Joint Committee S7th 
General Assembly to visit Perry Springs to ascertain the 
terms upon which it could be porohaaed by Uie State for an 

inebriate asylum 

' H. D. Massie, for amount due Albert Landrum for his sor- 
vieea as a member of Joint Committee ^th Greneral Assem- 
bly to vlMt Perry Springs to ascertain upon what terms it 

eonid bo purchased by the State for an inebriate asylum 

' Fred Wagner, for special appropriation for his relief, due Octo- 
ber 1, 1 874 

" Chrintian Pfeiffer and John Roll, for release to the State of Hll. 

, nois of tbeir claim to dam across Uie Calumet river 

' JoMj>h Denison, Tr. McLean county, special appropriation to 

,^ Mcl.«an county. III., in abatement of taxes for the year 187*2 

' W. R. Brown, Tr., for erection of Soldiers' Monument, at Mound 

^ Citv, 111., in part , 

' Robert Tillson & Co., special appropriation, in full, for armv 
epiiipmenta furnished State to aid in suppressing late rebel- 
lion 

' ' & Harry Wright, for services as clerk House Penitentiary Com- 

,, mittee 38th General Assembly 

A. L Ide, for heating House o^ Representatives and Senate 

,, SBth General ikssembly, adjoiimea session, 85 daj's 

K. ?. Juhnston. for services rendered House Printing Commit- 

,^ teeS^ General Assembly, as Notary Public 

Geo. Buckley, for services rendered Printing Investigating 
Committee dSth General Assembly 

iswwUeArried/oncard 






1873. 



• I 



t « 



4 I 



t I 

t t 

I t 

• I 



Amount. 



$10, 997 72 

S9 00 

109 :A) 
l.W)9 7U| 
20 00, 



t • 



1 1 



1 1 



I ( 



1 1 



1874. 



• ( 



1 1 



1 1 



• I 



( I 



175 00 


46 90 


an 10 


56 00 


S9 45 

75 00 

43 05 

110 00 


12 00 


875 00 


74 35 


185 69 


126 00 


96 00 


384 41 


35 0« 


335 00 


50 00 


S5 00 


300 00 


6,000 00 


4,850 00 


15,000 00 


10,000 00 


30 00 


1.020 00 


94 00 


300 50 


$53,656 97 



Total. 



[124] 



12 



Statement — ^Gontinaed. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brottght fortoard. 



To 



I ( 



I < 



I i 



1 1 



< I 



I 4 



4 4 



t 4 



« I 



« 4 



APPROPRIATIONS-SPECIAL— Omttntwd. 

J. C. Hnghes, for services reading proof Private Laws fiOth 
Genertd Assembly 

Adam Doeuges, for eervioes aa Janitor, from June 1 to July 15, 
1873 

James Cnrtis, for services as Janitor, (extra) 85 days, a^Jonmed 
session 28th General Assembly 

Thos. Klllion. for services as Janitor, (extra) 85 days, a^Jonmed 
session 28Ui Genend Assembly 

J. W. R. Stambaugb, Cant. S. C. G., for 4 days military services 
of the Sterling City (boards, (63 men) in Chicago, October 
1871, on order of Governor. 

Cyrns Donegan, Capt. S. Z. L. G., for 4 dajrs military services 
of the Springfield Z. L. Guards, (19 men) in Chicago, Octo- 
ber, 1871, on order of Governor 

E. S. Johnson, Capt. S. VoL. for 4 days military services of the 
Springfield Volunteers, (53 men) in Chicago, October 1871, 
on order of Governor 

W. H. Cadwell. Capt. R. F. Z., for 4 days military services of 
the Rock Falls Zouaves, (30 men) in Chicago, October, 1871, 
on order of Governor 

James M. Beardsley, Capt. R. L L. A., for 4 days military ser- 
vices of the Rock Island L. A. Co., (77 men) in Chicago, 
October, 1871, on order of Qoywuot 

A. Paine, for binding Ist and Sd vols, of the repoiiv of the Geo* 
logical Survey of Illinois, in full of appropriation - 

Geo. H. Dickermon and James H. Whlteman, Commissioners — 
appropriation for the removal of the monument, tombstones, 
and remains of certain members of the General Assembly 
'vrho died and were buried at Vandalia, lU 

H. G. Anderson, Tr., appropriation for repairs of lock-gates on 
Little Wabash river 



APPROPRIATIONS-GENERAL. 

ToG. W. Albin, fer services and expenses as surgeon to Corinth, 
Miss, inl8«2 

* * Edwin R. Willard, for services and expenses as surgeon to Co- 

rinth, Miss., in 1862 

* ' Presidential Electors, for mileage of Presidential Electors 

* * Jonathan Huggins, Tr., appropriation to Illinois State Horti- 

cultural Society for the year 1873 and 1874 

* * Expense of keeping transfer and Interest books, from Septem- 

ber 1, 1872, t<i January 13, 1873, in full 

' ' Josiah Sheppard, for 15 days services as private Co. "D," 2d 
Congressional Dis. Regiment, fh>m May 10 to 84, 1861, inclu- 
sive 

• John L. Noah, for 15 days services as private Co. "D." 2d Con- 

gressional District Regiment, from May 9 to 33, 1861, in* 

oiusi V e 

" W. D. Yemon. for 30 duys services as private in Capt. Smith's 
Chicago Light Artilery Co., fh>m May S tu June 8, 1861, in- 
clusive 

' * Martin Inman, for one stove and fixtures furnished Q. M. Dept 
nis., in 186a 

' ' George W. Parker. Tr., transportation of Illinois troops in 1868 

" B. A. Watson, for boarding carpenters 3 weeks ana 5 days, 
while working at Camp Butler, in 1863 



CANAL COMMISSIONERS. 



To Joseph Utley, Commissioner, per diem. 
• ' Robert Milne, 

* • Virgil Hickoi, 
" H. G. Anderson, 

• * W. N. Brainard, 



4 4 
I 4 
4 4 



4 4 
4 ( 
4 4 
4 I 



AmoufU oarried forvHurd. 



App. 

V 



1874. 



( 4 



44 



4 4 



4 4 



4 4 



4 4 



4 4 



4 4 



4 4 



i 4 



1865. 

4 4 

1871,eto. 
1867. 
1849. 

1665. 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 
4 4 

4 t 



Amount. 



•53,656 97 



130 00 


113 50 


855 00 


865 00 


348 00 


76 00 


313 00 


130 00 


308 00 


7,636 18 


850 00 


1,600 00 



1867-73. 



i t 

i 4 
4 4 
4 4 



1138 65 

175 00 
996 80 

4,000 00 

558 30 

5 50 

5 50 

11 00 

13 65 
409 30 

6 75 



•s, erio 00 

1,340 00 
1. 340 00 
8 310 00 
a, 310 00 



Total. 



$63,699 65 



6,409 35 



10.9SOOO 

981,819 00 



13 



[125] 



Statefnewt—ContiuneA. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amtmnt hrmight /orteard. 



COMMISSIOKEBS OF PUBLIC CHARITIBS. 
To 6«o. S. BoUnaon, CommiMioner, expenaes 
J.y.UeCoTd, 



Elmer Baldwin. 
& M. Church, 



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Fred H. Winen, Secretary, salary 

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'• " oxpenses 

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Office expenaee. iodading rentt famitnre, poatage* gaa, etc 

'^ •• •• •• *• •' : 

Amoiuit said nnder laira 1871-9 »5,490 57 

'^ »• •• lerj 9,3S6 40 



COSYEYISG CONVICTS TO THE PENITENTIARY. 



To Sheriff of Adams county, for 
Alexander 
Bond 
Booue 
Brown 
Bureau 
Calhoun 
Carroll 
Cass 

Champaign 
Christian 
Clark 
Clay 
Clinton 
Coles 
Cook 
Crawford 
Cnmbfirland ' ' 
BeKalb 
DeWitt 
Douglas 
DuPage 
Edgar 
Edwards 
Effingham 
Fayette 
Fonl 
Franklin 
Fulton 
GaUatin 
Greene 
Grundy 
Hamilton 
Hancock 
Henry 
* Iroquois 
Jackson 
Jefferson 
Jersey 
Jo Daviess 
Johnson 
Kane 
KankiAee 
Knox 
Lake 
La Salle 
Lawrence 
Lee 



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App. 



1871-9. 

1873. 
1871-9. 

1873. 
1871-9. 

• 4 

1873. 
1871-9. 

1873. 
1871-8. 

J873. 
1871-9. 

1873. 
1871-9. 

1873. 
1871-2. 

1873. 



Amount. 



1871-9-3 

I 4 

4 4 

I 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 I 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

I 4 

I 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 I 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 « 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 
44 

i 4 

4 4 

4 4 



Amount carried forward 



1959 95 

48 90 

134 75 

57 10 

176 35 

46L 55 

194 10 

39 50 

151 85 

196 90 

167 21 

9,500 00 

1,500 00 

494 63 

155 60 

1, 946 94 

119 95 



11,439 50 

3.997 90 

160 50 

74 10 

110 00 

180 15 

61 50 

197 SO 
94 50 

168 75 
378 35 
366 00 
358 40 

58 95 

995 35 

1, 485 00 

63 75 
108 50 
114 00 
199 95 
106 75 

94 40 
490 25 

67 50 
390 10 
480 90 

94 58 
140 00 
178 70 
306 00 
159 75 

49 55 

70 95 
398 60 
301 30 

78 00 
1,003 95 

198 00 
180 80 
373 45 
164 50 
201 90 

33 15 
410 65 

18 00 
142 60 
907 00 
168 00 



115,066 10 



Total. 



181,919 00 



7,876 97 



•89,005 07 



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Statement — Continned. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Amount brought forun 

CONVEYING CONVICTI 

To Sheriff of Livinmitfm no 


%rd 




$15, 086 10 

36 40 
978 30 
348 40 

551 65 
869 55 
538 15 

73 60 
374 40 

93 75 
935 30 

43 50 
549 00 
218 95 
139 50 
295 90 
136 50 
492 25 
182 00 
182 70 

552 00 
486 85 

37 25 
574 60 
234 65 
516 15 

40 00 
323 40 
266 70 
381 60 

79 75 
804 60 
141 75 
402 60 
106 90 
1, 057 80 
197 40 
220 59 
770 10 
322 40 
143 00 
132 60 
527 10 

63 25 
394 80 

85 15 

13 30 
2il9 00 
148 35 

23 00 


•89, 095 07 


S TO PENITENTIARY-COOTIHUBD. 


1871 -aa 




* Logan * 

* Macon ' * 

* Macoupin ' 

' ' Madison *' 
' Marion ' ' 

* Marshall * ' 

* Maaon " 
' Massao " 

* McDonough ' ' 

* McHenry ' ' 

* McLean ' ' 

* Menard ' 

' Mercer * ' 

* Monroe ' 
' Montgom'y * 

' Morgan ' ' 
' Moultrie ' 
Ogle 

* Peoria ' 

* Perry ' ' 
Piatt * 
Pike 

' Pope ' * 
Pulaski 

* Putnam ' 
' Randolph * 
' Richland ' 

* Rock Island" 
Saline " 

* Sangamon ' ' 
' Schuyler * 

Shelby 
Stark ' 
St Chur * 

* Stephenson ' 
' Tazewell '• 
' Union ' 

* Vermilion * ' 
' Wabash • 

* Warren • 

* Waahin'ton * ' 

* Wayne ' 
White 
Whiteside * 
Will 

' Williamson * 

* Winnebago ' 

* Woodford ' 


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16 
5 

15 

1 

6 

2 •• 

29 
7 

4 

6 

5 

15 

5 
7 

9 
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18 

3 

7 

1 4. 2 * 

1 •« 6 • 

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1 •• 3 • 

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CONVEYING CONVICTS TO THE STATE REF 
To SheriflP of Adams conntv. for oonvevinir 10 oo 


ORM SCHOOL, 
nvlots 


1871-Q-3 


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•418 00 
646 00 
82 00 
42 00 
50 75 
42 25 

144 no 

1, 012 00 

14 25 

26 00 

SO 50 

132 24 

40 50 

190 00 

159 75 

50 00 

95 90 


30, 074 45 




' Alexander 

' Brown 

' Champaign 

Clark 

Clay 
' Coles 

Cook 

* DeWitt 

* Douglas 
Fulton 

* Grundy 

* Hancock 
' Henry 

* Jack son 

* Jeff^erson 

* Kano 


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10 
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3 

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•3,330 13 


•195, 140 06 



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ACCOUNTS, 



Amount brought forward . 




C0XTETIN6 COKYICTS TO THE STATE REFORM SCHOOI^- 

COKTIKUBD. 



To Sheriff of Knox 
Lake 
LaSaUe 
Lawrence 
Lee 
Logan 
Kaoon 
Macoapln 
Marion 
Marshall 
Maaaao 
Mc]>an 
Menard 
Monroe 
Morgan 
Offle 
Peoria 
Pike 
Putnam 
Randolph 
Richland 
Sanj^amon 
Schuyler 
Shelby 
St. Cfadr 
Stephenson 
Vermilion 
Warren 
Waabington 
Wayne 
Whito 
Whiteside 
Will 

Winnebaco 
Woodford 



county, for conveying 6 oonvicta. 



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Amount. 



Total. 



1871-3-3 



It 



COynXGENT FUIST) OF GOVERNOR. 

To W. A. Liittrell, for services as messenger in Executive office for 

Nov., 187*2. 

" A. H. Wurtheo. for expense of moving geological collection to 

new State house 

" Y. flickox. aeent C. and A. R. R., for transportation of Delia 

We»tfleld from Springfield to Chicago, on Governor's order. . . 

' ' John M. Palmer, for amount to pay for copying in £x. office 

[* To S. P. I'ownaeud, for ice ftmished SxecutWe office in Dec, '78. 
" John M. Palmer, for amount to pay for furniture and repairs 

for Executive office 

' ' P. W. Harts, for stationery furnished Executive office, 

" John M. Palmer, fk>r amount paid for stationery, express charges 

and clestning Executive office 

Chiogo Evening Jonmal, for one year's subscription to Chicago 

Evening Joamal for Executive office 

I' J. L. Crane, P. M., for postage stamps famished Executive office 
" Chicago Evening Journal, for one year's subscription to Chicago 

Evening Journal, for Executive office 

" J. L. Crane, P. M., for post office box rent to April 1, 1873, for 

Executive office 

" W. A Luttrell, for services as clerk in Executive office fh>m Jan. 

1673 to Sept. 1874 

II Springfield Gas Light Co., gas burned in Executive mansion 

E L. Tliggins, for IMght of Fred. Wagner, who waswoundodin 

Chicago during the great fire, while in the service of the State 

1 1 John Zimmerman, for board and lodging of Fred. Wpgnor 

I P. W. Harts, for medicincH for Fred. Wsgner 

I flenry Hessinger, for expenses of Fred. Wagner 

' * A J. Pinkham. for servioes as Governor's Secretary 

" Chiesgoaod Alton R. R. Co., for tranHportation of sundry per* 

tons on the Governor's orders 

Anuunt carried forward 



1873 



1873 

i I 



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« 

4 
« I 



•3,330 04, 1110,170 4:3 



156 80 

33 00 

9 00 

55 35 

63 70 

48 75 
81 90 

58 40 
43 85 
39 00 
79 75 
78 30 

47 50 
S3 85 
CI 50 

168 00 

856 65 

41 U5 

17 ."iO 

59 50 

49 75 
106 95 

66 50 
146 05 i 
101 00 

33 50 
113 85 

95 85 

48 75 

49 50 
187 55 

31 00 

35 10 

173 70 

37 00 



130 00 

33 00 

7 50 

150 00 

10 00 

313 45 
408 15 

74 45 

13 00 
15 00 

13 00 

3 70 

3;SSO00 
348 a*) 

35 00 
57 80 
57 00 
10 00 
650 00 

394 49 



H850 37 



5,960 64 



|i3:i, 140 06 



[128] 



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Statement — GontiDned. 



ACCOUNTS 



Amount brottgM forward. 



CONTINGENT FUND OF GOVERNOR-^Contihubd. 

To Toledo, Wabash and Western R. R. Co., for transportation of sun- 
dry persons on the Governor's orders 

" J. H. Currier, for one ticket to New York for Mrs. Jane Martin. . 

* ' I. N. Morris, State agent, for printing in presenting two per cent, 
claim before Congress 

" C. W. Shinn, for making estimate of cost of repairs of Executive 
mansion 

* * Capital Steam Laundry, for washing blankets for Ex. mansion. 

* * Michael Doj'le, for lat>or, etc., in Improving the Executive man- 

sion grounds 

* ' Fux and House, for Lawn mower and garden implements for Ex- 
ecutive mansion 

' ' Juo. L. Beveridge, for expenses in visiting Wsshlngton to secure 
the expenditure of a part of Congressional appropriation of 
of llOO, 000 for the improvement of the Illinois river, in build- 
ing lock at the nft>uth of Copperas creek 

' ' Jno. L. Beveridge, for expenses in visiting Southern Insane Asy- 
lum at Anna 

' * J. G. Loose &, Co., for cool for Executive mansion 

" \Vm. Shanks, for services as watchman at Executive mansion. . . 

* ' members of House Committee on Public Charities of 2dth General 
Assembly fur expenses incurred in traveling 

* ' members of Joint Committee S8tb General Assembly to visit 
Shawneeto wn, for traveling expenses 

' * W. I. Allen, for copying resolutions of respect passed by the Se- 
nate, 28th General Assembly, in memory oT the Hun. John 
Dougherty ^ 

' ' James Watson, for his expenses as witness before oemimitteo Sdth 
General Assembly, in the investigation of the Illinois peni- 
tentiary 

' ' Mimroo Oglesby, for services as janitor in Executive office and 
watchman, etc., at Executive mansion 

" D. S. Lombard, for boarding Charles Tague, a destitute soldier, 3 
days, by order of Governor. 

' * James Curtis, for cleaning, tt days in Executive mansion 

James H. Smith, " 6 " " " 

W. A. Luttrell. for funeral expenses of the late J. W. Smith, 

warden of the penitentiary 

Pbilo J. Beveridge, for amount due John J. Glenn for services as 
attorney in case of People vs. Thos. Johnson, indicted for 
manslaughter and tried at July term, 1873, of McDonough Co. 

circuit court 

John L. Beveridge, for expenses in visiting the Southern Insane 

Asylum and nouthem Normal University 

W. A. Luttrell, for expenses of Governor in visiting State institu- 
tions and buying furniture for Executive Mansion 

J. E. Hudson, agont, for freight charges on furniture for Execu- 
tive Mansion 

' ' John Williams Sc Co., for bedding, table ware, etc., for Executive 
Mansion 

' ' J. Ruckel, for window shades for Executive Mansion 

' * Henry C. Remann, for amount due Allen Sc Maokey for uphols- 
tering, furniture, and for lamberquins. etc., at Ex. mansion. 

" R. B. Zimmerman & Co., for gilding and fhuning pictures at Ex- 
ecutive MMision 

' ' Thos. C. Smith, for articles furnished and labor performed \n re- 

f>alriug Executive Mansion 
lo J. Beveridge, for aniountpald for articles furnished and 

labor performed in repairing I«xeoutive Mansion 

' ' Lanpbier &, Beck, for combs, orushes, etc.. furnished Executive 

Mansion 

* ' B. H. Ferguson, for table ware, etc., for Executive Mansion 

* ' Geo. W. C^hatterton, for repairing grand piano and clocks at 

Executive Mansion 

" Nntt & Barkley, for berlaps. etc., for Executive Mansion 

' ' Wm. Rldgloy, Sec., for gas Dumed in Executive Mansion, Jiui., 

1874 

' ' Goo. N. Black, Treasurer, for 64 tons of coal for Executive 

Mansion 

* ' O. Hnnratty & Co. for gas fixtures furnished and repairing done at 

Executive Mansion 

' ' Richard Young, for repairing plastering at Executive Mansion.. 



App. 



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1873 

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4 4 

4 4 
4 4 
4 4 



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4 4 



« 4 



4 4 



4 t 
4 4 



4 4 



4 4 



41 



1 4 



4 4 
4 4 



4 4 
4 4 



4 4 



1 4 



4 4 
4 I 



Amount. 



14,650 87 



122 15 

85 90 

150 00 

80 00 
3 00 

I.ISS 00 

68 30 



65 00 

14 00 

10 73 

130 00 

246 99 

121 30 

10 00 

21 00 

835 00 

3 00 
38 00 
12 00 

286 06 



150 00 
51 25 

122 75 

78 27 

729 98 
48 80 

891 74 

58 75 

38 70 

48 35 

8 20 
325 95 

54 56 

15 75 

63 05 

161 00 

18 T5 
8 85 



Total. 



1185^ 140 06 



110,808 74 «U»^140 06 



17 



[129] 



Statement — Continaed. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought fartoard. 



App. 



CONTINGENT FUND OF GOVXBNOR-CoirrofCXD. 



To J. L. Cnui«. P. M., for postage stampfl fUrnished Ex. Office 

' * Westeru Union Telegraph Co^ for telegrams for I£x. Office. . . . 

* ' J. Kuckel, fur siuules, etc., for £xeoiiti vo Mansion 

* ' American Exprtrss Co., for trAnsportation of the remains of J. IL 
liuoiuis from Springfield to Shawneetown 

** S. L. Uiggius, AiyuUmt General, for personal expenses, etc., at- 
tending remains of Cul. T. J. Tomer from St. Louis to Chi- 
cago 

*' P. W. Harta, for stationery for Executive Office 

" N. G. Nichols, for his expenses in arresting one O'Connor, a fa 
gltiVe from Justice finom TazcTrell County 

" J. M. Rippey, for repairing bath room pipes, etc., al Executive 
Hamtion , 

" £11 Krcigh St. Son, for refrigerator, oil can. broiler, etc., for Kxecn 
tive Man sion 

' * Charles Fisher, for repairing done at Executive Mansion 

* ' J. L. Beveridge, Governor, for personal expenses, visiting penl 
tentiary and oUierState Institutions, and for articles purchased 
for Executive Mansion 

' ' N. Leroy, for repairing locks and making keys fbr Executive 
Manaion 

' ' Barclay Coal and Mining Co., for three can coal for Executive 
Mansion 

" H. C. Whitley, collector, for water rent, etc, for Executive Man- 
sion, to July 1, Itn*. 

" J. W. Carter, agent, for transportation of arms, etc., from Belle- 
ville, IlL, to bpringfleld. 111 

" D. G.lLalb, for AUas and Gaxeteer of the United States furnished 
Governor 

** J. W. Chenery, for board and lodging furnished an indigent per- 
son on the Governor's order 

'* Wm. A LuttrelL for John L. Beveridge's expenses in visiting 
penitentiary and reform school, and for amount paid sundry 
persons 

** Osesr Marshall, for tiro pictures of Lincoln and Grant furnished 
for Executive Mansion 

" Cjqitain Hopkins, for services of self and men in firing salutes on 
October 14 and 15. IS74, and for hauling artillery 

*' MlUer, Jacob Sc Co., for articles furnished, hardware, etc., for 
use of Executive Mansion 

' ' Philo J. Beveridge, for the relief of bhe suffering in Kansas 

'* John W. i^est. lounge and table furnished Executive Mansion.. 

Smith & Bro., one bunting flag 

Geo. M. Berkley, for expenses in arresting one Ira R. Laydon, a 
fugitive from Justice from Lee county 



« « 



COSTS AND EXPENSES IN STATE SUITS. 

To Junes VT. Winston, cirouit clerk, for ooets in Sangamon county 
dcnlt court, in case of People ex rtL G. W. ChattMrton V9. An- 
ditorP.A.,efaZff. 

' ' aheriifs' and coroners' fees serving summons in sundry oases, and 
expenses Incurred in the proeecutiou of sundry State suits. . . 

' ' tondiy persons for legal services and costs in suits against na> 
tional bonks for State taxes, etc 

' ' circuit clerks for copies of papers pertaining to State suits 

" Thomas Gardiner, Jr., sheriff, for fees and costs under alias exe- 
cution in caee of the People vt. Thomas Eelly, collector De- 
Witt oouuty,etate 

"EC. Hamburgher, Clerk, for State's proportion of costs in Cen- 
tral Grand I>ivision Supreme Court, in sundry agreed tax 
cases from Cook coun ty 

"EC. Hamburgher, Clerk, for costs in Central Grand Division Su- 
preme Court, in case of the People v. 111. Central R. R. Co. . . 

" R. A. D. Wilbonks. Clerk, for costs in Southern Grand Division 
Supreme Court, in case of the Peoples. Morris Ketchuni, eialM. 

' ' RoUnson, Enapp & Shutt, lor legal services rendered State in 
tax cases from Cook county, Jau. 1874, term Supreme Court. . . 

" H. S. Greene, for legal services rendered State in tax cases from 
Cook county, Jan. 1874, term 8u preme Court 



Amotmt earrMi forward. 

Vol. 1—9 



1873 



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1871 

I ( 

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Amount. 



110,809 74 



eo 00 

27 10 
6 75 

14 60 



58 55 
Si 50 

100 00 

40 45 

S3 10 
60 33 

146 00 

9 35 

90 00 

60 50 

19 75 

8 75 

3 50 

67 70 
40 00 
64 00 

16 36 

950 00 
57 00 
19 00 

374 96 



•84 30 

918 60 

758 00 
20 60 

56 60 

168 59 

19 70 

37 70 

500 60 

500 00 



13,050 09 



Total. 



1185,140 06 



U.409 69 



1137, 549 75 



[130] 



18 



Statement — Continaed. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward 



COSTS AND EXPENSES IN STATE SUITS-Coktinubd. 

To John M. & John Mayo Palmer, for legal eervicee rendered State 
iu BiiDdr.v tax cases involvin;: the taxation of capital atock of 
corporatioiiA, Jau. 1874, term Supreme court 

' * M. K. Tuley, for io^al services rendered State in assisting Attor- 
ni'y-GenVsral in sundry injunction suits, involviu<; taxes of ld73. 

" Kenworthy 6c Benrdsley, for legal services rondei-ed Stale in 
sundry injunutiuu suits, relating to assessment of 1873 

EXECUTIVE MANSION. 

To John M. Palmer, in full of appropriation of 1871, for repairing 
grounds and fnmishiug Executive Mansion 

' ' Kit hard Young, fur plastering and brickivork done in repairing 
Executive Mansion 

' ' CharliM Fisher, fur caipeuter work In repairing Executive Man- 
sion 

* ' Allen & Mackey. for mattresses in furnishing Executive Mansion. 

' * J. M. Kippey, for idumbiug, etc.. in repairing ' * 

" " for nose, sprinkler, etc., furnished gronnds Execu- 
tive Mansion " 

* ' A. L. Ide, for steam heating apparatus, in repairing Executive 
Mansion 

* ' Chicago Marble Manufactqring Co., for two marble mantles and 
grates, in repairing Executive M^ansion 

' * Butler Bros., for plaster center pieces, in repairing Ex. Mansion. . 

' ' E. Kreigh & Son, for mantles, grates, stoves, etc., in repairing 
Executive Mansion 

' ' A. Johuston, for mantles, etc., in repairing Executive Mansion.. 

' ' James Curtis, for 10 days' services in repairing * • • * 

• * John Ordway. for repairing pump, etc., iu repairing Executive 

Mansion 

• * Thomas C. Smith, for varnishing and repairing furniture, in re- 

paiiiog Executive Mansion 

" R. B. Zimmerman & Co., for painting, etc., in repairing Executive 
Mansion 

* ' W. D. Uichardson, for stone furnished, in repairing Executive 
Mansion 

* ' James H. Beveridge, for freight charges paid on materials for re- 
pairing Executive Mansion 

' ' Heflweg fs. Snapc, for gas tixturos, pipes, etc., in repairing Execu- 
tive Mansion 

' ' Baker, Arnold it Co., for gas flxtiires furnished in icpairing Ex- 
ecutive Mansion 

' ' Moi-ace Wilson, for 16 days' services at grounds Executive Man- 
sion 

'* James Johnson, for whitewashing engine room at Executive Man- 
sion 

" W. W. Strong 6l Co., for furniture in furnishing Executive Man- 
sion 

* ' George N. Black, for table ware, in repairing Executive Mansion. 

• * Hanratty & Co.. for gas fixtures, • ' • ' ' • 

' ' John Williams & Co., for carpets, rugs, lace curtains, etc., in fur- 
nishing Executive Mansion 

* ' Miller, Jacob & Co.. hardware fumLshed in repairing Executive 
Mansion 

' ' Allen & Mackey, for lambrequins in furnisliiug Executive Mansion 

' ' Fox A. House, for iron scales, eto.. iu repairing Executive Man- 
slon 

* ' John W. Priest, for tables, mirrors, etc., in repairing Executive 
Mansion 

' ' Henson Robinson, for stove, pipe, etc, in repairing Executive 
Mansion 

' ' Monroe Oglesby, for services as watchman and care of grounds 
Executive Mansion 

• ' John Williams & Co., for dry goods furnished in repairing Execu- 
tive Mansion 

* ' George W. Bonagan, for 14j^ days' service on gronnds of Execu- 
tive Mansion 

' ' Hovev U Co. for flower plants and seeds tot gronnds Executive 
Mansion 



App. 



Amoi*n< enrried foncard. 



1873 



(I 



1871 

1873 

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1 1 

1 1 

1 1 

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I I 



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Amount. 



13, 059 09 



500 oa 

1,000 00 

S50 00 



|4.'» 91 

1. 398 61 

1.001 58 

121 50 

1, 000 96 

93 65 

3.644 70 

300 00 
124 00 

693 05 

148 66 

20 00 

19 50 

90 80 

1.645 89 

18 10 

32 95 
137 00 
792 80 

94 00 

10 00 

1,073 10 
482 51 
137 71 

3,847 43 

11 30 
957 96 

17 .15 

41 50 

33 70 
375 00 

19 37 
Si 75 
47 15 



Total. 



1137, M9 75 



4,c00 09 



•19. 038 49 I $142, 35tf if A 



19 



[181] 



Statement — Continaed. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Ammmt brov§ht forward. 



EXBCUTIVE MANSIOK-CoxmnTBD. 

Tb LonSa UiiTeraayt» for flower plants and aeoda for groanda Sxeoii' 
live Hanaioo 

' ' St«i»hen Anderson, for 19 days' work at gnmnda Executive Han- 
sioD 

" IL Dojle, for 100 loads dirt delivered on fETOunda EzocntiveMan- 



" C. Saniiison, for bnilding sidewalka on groands Executive Man* 
tion 

' ' Webster Morgan, for 37 days* work on grounds Executive Man* 
sioQ 

" O. F. StebMns, for one scythe famished groands of Ezeoatlve 
Manaion ' .....: 

ft 

Amount paid from appropriation 1671 9458 91 

Amount paid from appropriation 1873, for repairing, 

etc. (being In full) 9,500 00 

Amount paid from appropriation 1873, for furnishing 

(beingmfull) 6,000 00 

Amount paid from appropriation 1173, for heating 

apparatns (b^iogfull) 9, 500 00 



Amount paid from appropriation 1873, for care of 
grounds 



FIELD NOTES AND SURVEYS. 



849 33 



To custodian, for salary 

* itationery. ofttce furniture, etc. 

' pnatage and P. O. box rent 

' blank books, stationery, etc 



' custodian, for copying and comparing field notea of U. S. surveys 

of Illinois fiir 20 townships 

' ' custodian, for copying and comparing field notes of U. S. surveys 
of Illinoia for 500 townshi ps 



FUOmVES FROM JUSTICE. 

To A. H. Irvin for reward for arrest of Jnhn Greene, charged with 

the crime of larceny 

' A. H. Irvin, returning fugitive from Jnatice to Alexander Co. 



App, 



1873 



1871-73 

1871 

1873 
1874 

1871 

lt*73 



unt. 



Amo 



$19,033 48 



1871-73 



' Julius B. Tmualot, 
' Robt E. Limerick, 
* T. E. Halla, 



H. C* Core, 
1 John F. Rittenhonse, 





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' John Kettle, 

' J. fl. McCausland, 

' 6. F. McKnight, . 
' Gilbert Simmonds, 
' B.C. McLean. 
I Frtnklin F. Spencer, 

* A. B. Houston, 

* John F. Ritt«nhonse, 
' Henry Van Sellar, 

' L L. Claxton. 

; Edward L. Gill, 
I D. J. Waggoner, 



Amount carried for ward, . 



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4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 I 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 

4 t 



Bureau 

• 4 

Champaign 



4 t 

4 4 

4 4 

i 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 I 



i 4 

Christian 
Cook 



4 4 

4 4 



i 4 

I 4 

4 • 

4 I 

• 4 
I 4 
4 4 
4 4 
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4 4 
( 4 

• 4 
t 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 t 
4 I 



4 4 4 4 

Crawford • * 
Cumberland " 
Edgar 
Fayette 



I 4 
4 I 

4 I 



Ford 
Fulton 



4 4 
4 4 



4 4 
4 4 
4 t 
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I 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
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4 4 
i 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 I 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
I 4 
4 4 
I 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 I 
I 4 
4 4 
I I 
4 4 



99 95 
15 00 
90 00 
153 9ft 
49 7S 
1 50 



11.400 00 

901 75 

34 50 

600 00 

9S5 09 

330 00 

5,000 00 



•900 00 
94 96 
139 33 
134 »4 
88 34 
75 80 
71 96 
68 70 

958 44 
60 04 
74 56 
82 00 
78 53 
48 64 
68 70 

440 50 
115 00 
947 94 
3S3 08 

959 90 
352 43 

88 39 

163 19 

187 56 

66 40 

81 94 

30 00 

60 94 

81 99 

90 50 

136 19 



Total. 



$149,356 84 



19,301 34 



7,781 87 



•4,111 S9 •169,441 !)5 



[132] 



20 



Statement — Oontiniied. 



ACCOUKTS. 



Amount brought fonpord. 



FUGITIYES FROM JXTSTICS— Cokhhued. 
To D. J.Waggoner, retnmiiig 3 ftigitiTes from Jnstioe to Pulton Co 



John Jones, 
John SchxtMlor, 
C. T. Cannon, 
James O'Brien, 
JohnU.CoUy, 
Joel Johnson, 
Geo. W Sloan, 
James RicAoy, 
A.W. Berggren, 
C. S* C* Crane, 
Geo. M. Berklej. 
Tfaos. J. Larrison, 



* I 



Tbos. J. Wright, 
W. A. Shalfer, 
John Brockwaj, 
Patrick Costllio, 
A. J. Twaddle, 
G. L. Farw ell, 

Bichard Osbom, 
W. G. Boyoe, 

J. Aton, 

Henry Monsoheldt, 
P. A. White 
John B. Petrie, 

Frank Hitohoook 

A. J. Leggott, 

B. W. Watson, 
John W. Taylor, 
Leslie Dnriey, 
Hiram Sharps, 
A. L. Barrett, 
W. P. Crafton, 
Thos. C. Beeves, 
T. S. Halls, 

E. 8. Gregory, 
John F. Kttenhoose, 



I • 



W. L. Cathbert, 
Hail Storms, 
Thos. B. Ballow, 
Patriok Flynn, 
F. F. Peats, 

Amount paid nnderlaws 1871 

4» I. .1 1. Jg^JI 



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(9) 
(8) 



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4 4 
4 4 
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4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

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4 4 



4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
44 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 ' 
4 4 
» 4 
4 4 
I 4 
4 4 
4 4 
41 
4 4 
4 4 
« i 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 i 
4 4 

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4 4 
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4 4 
4 4 
4 4 

• 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 i 
44 
4 t 
4 4 
i 4 
4 4 
4 t 
4 4 
4 4 
i 4 
4 I 

• 4 
4 4 



Greene 
Grundy 
Hancock 
Jackson 

1 4 

Johnson 

Kane 

Knox 

4 i 

LaSalle 

Lee 

Losan 



4 I 

Kaeon 
Macoupin 
Marion 
MoDonongh 

McLean 

I 4 
« 4 

4 4 
4 4 

Montgomery 
Ogle 

Peoria 

4 4 

Pike 

4 4 

Putnam 

Biohland 

Sangamon 

Tazewell 

Vermilion 

• 

4 
4 
4 
4 
i 

Warren 
White 
Williamson 
Winnebago 



.IS, 469 SI 
. 7,786 S6 



FUND COMMISSIONEBS CLEBK. 
To Bnooh Moore, for salary 



4 4 



GENBBAL ASSEMBLY (SSth.) 

To members of the Senate, for per diem and mileage and compen* 
satioD for posti^e, stationery, etc 

** officers and employees of the Senate, forperdiem 

' ' members of tne House of Bepresentatives, for per diem and 
mileage, and compensation for postal o. stationery, etc 

' * officers and employees of the House of Bepresentatives, for per 
diem 

AmomU earriod /oncard 



App. 



1871-13 



1871 
1873 



1671 



1 4 



I 4 



I 4 



Amount. 



HUl S» 



181 90 

140 3S 
117 30 

80 64 
160 60 

83 56 

54 16 
305 00 

146 84 
45 80 
71 64 

105 44 
78 88 

888 00 
854 16 
117 84 

58 00 

48 90 
104 88 
134 67 
107 38 
183 44 

91 08 
181 80 
131 00 

43 44 

106 96 
74 56 

168 60 

398 88 

86 64 

104 64 

136 88 

67 98 

140 40 

70 48 

76 00 

64 47 

55 64 
51 40 

813 44 
41 80 
106 48 
39 64 
181 76 
188 70 
191 68 

147 40 
64 56 

5 56 

S70 00 

41 58 

133 08 



11,000 00 
1,400 00 



$55,753 80 
87, 758 00 

167,879 50 

45, 175 00 



TotaL 



$109,441 OS 



10,SSS 47 



1.400 00 



#306,950 70 



$108,097 43 



21 



[133] 



Statement — Gontinaed. 



ACCOUNTS. 



GENERAL ASSBMBLT (SSn)— C^vmiCBl. 



To 



oC )olat eomailttoe 9Mli GflOMal AjMemhly, on BevMoa 

of Statatos 

of tbe MTOTml oommitteM of tke 9Bth G ^mtt m A Amoib* 



HoiMg 

1* 



ly. iiie«rr«d in trRveUng. etc. viz : 

SenateCommiUee on ChMitoUe Institatlont $334 91 

1S9 M 
789 St 
149 05 
0» 
24(199 
191 30 



ChiOAKo Stock Yftnb. 

State Inatitatlona 

PenltentUry 

pnbttc bnildings and gtoimdi. 

pabfic oharitiot , 

Joint Spedal ConunAttee to vtelt Sluwaeetown. ... 



1 1 



1 1 

4 « 
44 
4 < 
« • 



Total #9,339 46 

Amoant of above paid Axmu Qoveffnor^t «ontfngait 
fond 



To Geo. Gnndiaeli, traveling ezponaea to and from Cfaieago, •• one 
of special committee to lavastagate tke extension of taxes, 



1873 



' ' John HiachcUflb, traimUng expenses to and itom JacksonvUle as 

Member of spedai eommittee to investigate Deaf and Domb 

Asylnm 

^ * John Canninj^kaaa, tanaveling expenses to and ttom JoUet as 

member ofFenltentiarjr Uommittee 

' * Geo. Gnndlaoh traveling exxMoses to and from JoUet as member 

Fenitentiary Committee 

*' Q.W. Henry, traveling expenses to and from JoUet ss member 

Penitentiary Committee 

* * Tkos. S. Casey, travcHng expenses to and from JoUet as member 

Penitentiary Committee 

* ' Frank Mnrry, expi^nses, visiting Springfteld as witness on order 

of Penitentiary Committee 

' ' Jsmes Watson, expenses, visiting SpiingAeld as witness •■ order 

of PeoUentiary Committee 



Benj. F. Havbew, expenses, risUlng Springfield as witness on 

order of Penitentiary Committee 

B. W. Berkley, for easn psid for tolegrama, postage and other 



« t 
« I 



contingent expenses of Beose Penltentisry Committee 28tk 
General Assembly 

copying laws. Jonrnals. etc. . 90th General Assembly, etc 

rent of oomnilttee roems for nse of 28tb General Assembly 

aerrioes ef chaplains, 98th Gen ehd Assembly 

Non-See 'Incidental expense aceonnf' for He, 993 45 psId for 
iMsceManeooe expenses 98th General Assembly 



OBOLOGICAL SUBVEY. 



To 81^ GeolopM, tar salary . 



1 1 
« t 



and traveling expenses 

expenses of moving geological collection to new State Honse . 

GEOLOGICAL BEPORTS. 

To engraving for flfth vol nne 

*' express char^^es and drayage sn plates for flCth volume 

*' innirattoeon materia fornfth volume. 

** binding iiah volume 

* * drawings for «xth valnroe , 

' * State Geoloidat, for traveling expenses to obtain bids for 

Is^ sixth volume , 

" book paper for sixth volume 



igrnv- 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSED 

To fumituTO and repairs 

" articles fomisbeo 

AntMMt ^mrri§d /omford 



App. 



1971 



1673 



1674 



* t 



** 



*4 



4 I 



4 4 



44 



44 



14 



4 I 

1873 
1874 



1879 
1873 



44 



1879 



44 



1873 



4 * 

14 



Amenat. 



|9M.999'» 



1873-74 
t < 



9,705 00 



1,09119 

18 00 

900| 
11 89 
11 89 

11 80 
1189 

15 00 
91 09 
15 00 



95 50 

9, 117 51 

988 25 

810 09 



Total. 



1189,097 49 



91,500 00 

3.875 00 

625 00 

83 75 



•5,367 65 

114 70 

80 00 

6,000 00 

1,500 00 

in 95 
4,336 40 



•883 35 
390 30 



•1,203 65 



1, 3i:i 35 



9,663 75 



17,396 00 



•51S. 002 52 



[122] 



10 



Statement — Continaed. 



TO .WHAT ACCOUNT CHARGED. 



Amount brought forward. 



REVENUE FUND-CONTIKUKD. 
Salaries, Jndiciary, State's Attorney Knoe ooiiDty 

" * ' * ' Kaokakee 



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KendaU 

Knox 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Msson 

Massac 

McDonongh 

McHenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

MoQltrie 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Jfrry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph 

Richland 

Rock Island 

Saline 

Sangamon 

Schuyler 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stophenson 

Tazewell 

Union 

Vormllion 

Wabash 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside 

Will 

Williamson 

Winnebago 

Woodford 



Total Revenne Fund warrants issued. 



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I 4 

4 4 

4 t 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

I 4 

4 4 

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4 4 

4 4 

4 4 
<4 

4 I 

4 4 

I 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

I 4 

4 4 

4 4 

( 4 

4 4 

f 4 

« 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 I 

4 4 

4 4 

I 4 

• 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

< I 

< 4 
4 4 
4 • 
4 4 
4 4 
4 ( 
4 4 
4 > 



SPECIAL STATE FUNDS. 



Canal Redemption Fund |l,7<l3,l'i7 19 

Dlinois Central Railroad Fund 691.751 46 

Illinois River Improvement Fund 154, SSI 31 

Interest Fund S31. AGO 54 

State Debt Fund 333.76.'» 37 

SUto School Fund 9,0if9,:i^ 65 



Local Bond Funds (as per detailed statement) 

Total warrants drawn during two yean ending November 30, 1674. 



Amount. 



$4,301,732 



I 



II 



703 t 
7U2I 
702 1 
702 
708 ^ 
702 t-<jw 
615 f,r, 
702 1^5, 
716 4 ^^ 
702 2 

717 5 ; 

706 7 
702 2 
6022 
702 2 
700 
702 2 
713 I 
796 • 
7032 
8022 
788 8 
702 2 
719 % 
702 9 



K 
'.■'•5 

■a* 
ua 

■:■»•) 

" \ 

? ■ 

:^ 

702 •-.'^ 

800 0.:; 

702 21 i* 
10-2 »^.' 
700 O .^ 
700 61.V? 

709 «:-**« 

300 «., 
713 1\^> 

702 21 :.'« 
802 a .'^ 
717 » '' 
702 21?** 
702 21 -^ 
717 U i 
801 l( '?^l 

714 2i;5fc 

700 01.*: 
600 01-^ 
801 1< -A 
713 U ■'*. 

713 ur^ 

712 01 '-'ii 

II '^< 

n V 

6l«iai 

31 '':;; 
II 'ip 
«^1 
« M 



695 
801 
701 
701 
701 
600 
717 
713 
800 
601 




Si 

^^ 

•5.113.935 a-ii 
2,297,948 «l<;^ 



•11,754,282 01^* 

a 

•'% 



11 



[123] 



No. 5. 

Detailed Statement of Warrants dravm on ike State Treasury, from Decern 

ber Ij 1872, to November 30, 1874, inclusive. 



ACCOUNTS. 




APPROPRIATIONS-SPECIAL. 

ToSprinsfield Savinj^s Bank, principnl llO 896, and interest, 
f 17! 7*2. of note made by State ofliceora fur monej to pay for 
printiop ]laper i 

*' Daviii Doe. serviceii as mgineer House of BepreseotatiTes 
he«tiiis npparatuii. haullDg coal, eic 

" Katt<&. Bark ley, fur desks, chairs, etc., furnished for Twenty* 
eiulith Gpnoral Assembly 

" L. H. Coleman, for uiattin|ir, car]>et, etc 

*' C. Sanipnon. for putting in supiM>rts to ballof Repitwentativesj 

'' Val. B. HtiiiiDiol. for services an Clerk Joint Coiumittee on ICow 
Stat*' House of 26th General Assembly 

*' Fn\ 6c House, for hardware, etc., furnished for 98th General 
AAi««'iiiMy 

' ' Springfield Gas Liffht Co.. for gas burned in State House 

" P. W. H:irts, fur Mtationery furnished Secretary of State for 
Stale Board of Public Chanties 

" P. W. HarU. for stationery furnished Secretary of SUte for 
Attorney General 

* ' John Williams & Co., for towels, candles, eto., famished Secre- 
tanr of State 

*' F. GebriiifT, for translating Got. Palmer's Message into German 

" H. Bugg, for buckets and repairs for 28th General Assembly.. 

" T. J. Pickett, Jr., for service as Inspector of Public Printing. . 

' * Frank Carpenter, for running House heating apparatus prior to 
lettinir contract to A. L. Ide 

' * Springfield Water Works, for water rent for twe years, to July 

i 1. 1873 

* ' y. Leroy. for repairing desks and locks, and making keys, etc., 
forSt^th General Assembly 

* ' Chicago Tribune Co., for advertising for proi>osaIs for public 
printing, for Edward Rnmmel, late Secretary of State 

* * M. Ha]st4*ad Sc Co., for advertising for proposals for public 
printing, for Edward Rummel, late Secretary of State 

" Sentinel Co., of Indianapolis, for a<ivortising for proposals for 
public printing, for Edward Rnmmel, late Secretary of State 

" H. T. Ives, for coal delivered to Secretary of State prior to May 
1^ 1873. 192 .36. and wood delivered on contract prior to May 
12,1873. #398.05 

" Wm. I. Allen, for copying resolutions concerning deceased 
members 28th General Assembly 

'* John Jackson, for services as janitor of basement, and for 
whitewashing done 

" Wro. Reddick. for services as member of Joint Committee 37th 
General Assembly to visit Perry Springs to ascertain the 
temia upon which it could be purchased by the State for an 

inebriate asylum 

" K. D. Maasie, for amount due Albert Landmm for his ser- 
vicer as a member of Joint Committee 27th General Assem- 
bly to visit Perry Springs to ascertain opon what terms it 
oo'nld bo pnrchase<l by the State for an inebriate asylum — 
'' Fred Wagner, for special appropriation for his reUef, due Octo- 
ber 1 . 1874 

'' Christian Pf eiffer and John Roll, for release to the State of Hli- 
nois of their claim to dam across the Calumet river 



*' JoArah Denison, Tr. McLean county, special appropriation to 
Mcl^ean county. 111., in abatement of taxes for the year 1872 

'* W. R. Brown, Tr., for erection of Soldiers' Monument, at Mound 
City, III., in part 

'* Robert Tillson & Co., special appropriation, in full, for armv 
epuipmenta furnished State to aid in suppressing late rebel- 
lion 

" & Harry Wright, for services as clerk House Penitentiary Com- 
mittee S8th General Assembly 

" A. L. Ide, for heating House oi Reprtssentatives and Senate 
88th General Assembly, acUoumea session, 65 days 

'' R. P. Johnston, for services rendered House Printing Commit- 
tee 2!fth General Assembly, as Notary Public 

"Geo. Buckley, for services rendered Printing Investigating 
Committee 28th General Assambly 

AmottntcarrSed/onoard 



1873. 



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1 1 

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• < 



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1 1 



I ( 



1674. 



*i 



i ( 



Amount. 



•10, 997 72 
59 00 

109 .V) 
1, W9 7ti 

20 00 

175 00 

46 90 

eso 6:{ 

217 10 
56 00 

29 45 
75 00 
43 Ob 

110 00 

12 00 
875 00 

74 35 
185 69 
126 00 

96 00 

384 41 

35 Of 

235 00 

50 00 

25 00 

300 00 

6,000 00 

4,850 00 

15,000 00 

10, 000 00 

30 00 
1,020 00 

84 00 
300 50 



152,656 97 



Total. 



[124] 



12 



Statement — Continaed. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought foraard. 



APPBOPIU[ATIONS-SPBCIAI/-am<iniM(l. 

To J. C. Htiffhes, for Bervloes reading proof Private Lawa S6th 
Qeneral Assembly 

Adam Doeuges, for services as Janitor, from Jane 1 to July 15, 
1873 

James Curtis, for services as Janitor, (extra) 85 days, adjourned 
session i28th General Assembly 

Thos. Killion, for servioes as Janitor, (extra) 85 days, adjourned 
session 28th General Assembly 

J. W. R. Stambaugh, Capt. S. C. G., for 4 days military services 
of the Sterling City (inards, (62 men) in Chicago, October 
1871, on order of Governor. 

Cyrns Donegan, Capt. S. Z. L. G., for 4 days military services 
of the Springfield Z. L. Guards, (19 men) in Chicago, Ooto* 
ber. 1871, on order of (Tovemor 

B. S. Johnson, Capt. S. Vol.. for 4 days military servioes of the 
Springfield Volunteers, (53 men) in Chicago, October 1671, 
on oraer of Governor 

W. H. Cad well. Capt. R. F. Z., for 4 days military servioes of 
the Rook Falls Zouaves, (30 men) in Chicago, October, 1871, 
on order of Governor 

James M. Beardsley, Capt R. I. L. A., for 4 days military ser- 
vioes of the Rook Island L. A. Co., (77 men) in Chicago, 
October. 1871, on order of Governor 

A. Paine, for binding Ist and 2d vols, of the reports of the Geo- 
logical Survey of Illinois, in full of appropriation 

Geo. H. Dickerman and James M. Whiteman, Commissionere— 
appropriation for the removal of the monument, tombstones, 
and remains of certain members of the General Assembly 
who died and were buried at Vandalia, 111 

H. G. Anderson, Tr., appropriation for repairs of look-gates on 
Little Wabash river. 



App. 

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APPROPRIATIONTS-OBNERAL. 

ToG. W. Albin, for servioes and expenses as surgeon to Corinth, 
Miss, inl8fi2 

* * Edwin R. Willard, for services and expenses as surgeon to Co- 

rinth, Miss., in 1862 

' * Presidential Electors, for mileage of Presidential Electors 

* ' Jonathan Huggins, Tr.. appropriation to Dlinois State Horti- 
cultural Society for the year 1873 and 1874 

* ' Expense of keeping transfer and interest books, from Septem- 
ber 1, 1872, to January 13, 1873, in full 

** Joslah Sheppard, for 15 days services as private Co. "D," Sd 
Congressional Dis. Regiment, firom May 10 to 34, 1861, inclu- 
sive 

* John L. Noah, for 15 days services as private Co. "D." 3d Con- 
gressional District Regiment, from Hay 9 to 33, 1861, in* 
elusive 

' ' W. D. Vernon, for 30 duys services as private in Capt Smith's 
Chicago Light ArtUery Co., fh>m May 8 to June 3, 1861, in- 
clusive 

* * Martin Inman, for one stove and fixtures fnmiahed Q. M. Dept 

His,, in 186J 

' * George W. Parker, Tr., transportation of niiuois troops in 1863 
" B. A. Watson, for boarding carpenters 8 weeks ana 5 days, 

while working at Camp Butler, in 1803 



CANAL COMMISSIONERS. 



To Joseph Utley, Commissioner, per diem. 

• • Robert Milne, • * ' * . 
•• Virgil Hickox. " •• . 

• * H. G. Anderson, ' * • • . 
•• W.N.Brainard, 



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1874. 



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1865. 

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1867. 

1840. 

1865. 



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1 1 



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1867-73. 
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Amount 



153,656 97 



130 00 
113 50 
355 00 
355 00 

348 00 

76 00 

313 00 

120 00 

308 00 
7,636 18 

850 00 
1,600 06 



Total. 



•138 65 

175 00 
996 80 

4,000 00 

558 30 

5 50 

5 50 

11 00 

13 65 
499 30 

6 75 



iB.e.'iO 00 
1,340 00 
1, 340 00 
3 310 00 
3, 310 00 



163,850 65 



6,400 35 



10,95000 



•81, 819 00 



13 



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Statemer^t—Gontiu aed. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward. 



COMMISSIOlsrEItS OF PUBLIC CHABlTUSa 
To Geo. S. Boliiawm, Commlnioner, expenaes 
J. N. UoCord, 



Elmer Baldwin. 
S. M. Chareli, 

J. C. CorbuB, 

Z. B. Lawaon, 

Fred H. Winesi, Secretury, 



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salary 

'* 

expenaee 

** 

Office expemes. isdndinff rent, faml'tare, poatage. gaa, etc 

'^.» •• •' •• •' : 

Amoont paid nnder laws ISn-S $5,490 57 

'^ «. •' 1873 3,386 40 



CONVEYING C01fTICT3 TO THE PENITENTIARY. 



To Sheriff 



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of Adama county, for 

Alexander 

Bond 

Booue 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign 

Cbristian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland ' ' 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

BuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effijighom 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Crallatin 

Gr^aie 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Henry 
* Iroouoia 

Jackson 

JefTerson 

Jersey 

Jo Davieae 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Knox 

XAke 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 

Lee 



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1 
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3 
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14 

10 
9 
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11 
355 
1 
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8 
5 
3 
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13 
1 
9 

17 
1 
3 
6 
6 
4 

10 
1 
9 

13 
5 

30 
3 
4 

10 
3 

14 
3 

17 
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4 

10 



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App. 



1871-3. 

1873. 
1871-3. 

1873. 
1871-3. 

1873. 

1871-3. 

1873. 

1871-8. 

1873. 

1871-3. 

1873. 

1871-3. 

1873. 

1871-2. 

1873. 



1871-3-3 

1 1 



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I 4 
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4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
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4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
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Amount carried forvford 



Amount. 



73 
10 



I3S8 9S 

48 30 

134 

57 

176 35 

461 55 

194 19 

38 50 

151 85 

190 90 

167 21 

8,500 00 

1,500 00 

494 63 

155 60 

1, 346 94 

113 35 



11,439 50 

3,337 90 

160 50 

74 10 

110 00 

189 15 

61 50 

137 50 
04 50 

168 75 
378 35 
366 00 
358 40 

58 35 

895 35 

1, 485 00 

63 75 
108 50 
114 00 

139 95 
108 75 

84 40 
480 25 

67 50 
390 10 
480 20 

34 50 

140 00 
173 70 
306 00 
159 75 

48 55 

70 35 

328 60 

301 30 

78 00 

1,003 95 

138 00 
180 80 
372 45 
164 50 
301 30 

33 15 
410 65 

18 00 
143 60 
807 00 
168 00 



115,086 10 



Total. 



181,810 00 



7,878 97 



189,005 97 



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14 



Statement — Contiiiaed. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brottght fortoard 

CONVEYING CONVICTS TO PENITENTIAKY— CoOTDlUBD. 



To Sheriff of livixigstoii ooanty, oonveyiug 
•* Logan >* *^ 

Macon 
Macoupin 
' Madison 
Marion 
Marshall 
MaHon 
Masaao 
McDonongh 
McHeury 
McLean 
Menard 
Mercer 
Monroe 
Montgom'y 
Morgan 
Moultrie 
Ogle 



Peoria 
Perry- 
Piatt 
Pike 
Pope 
Pulaski 
Putnam 
Kandolph 
Richland 
Rock Island 
Saline 
Sangamon 
Schuyler 
Shelby 
Stark 
St Clair 
Stephenson 
Tazewell 
Union 
Vermilion 
Wabaah 
Warren 
Washln'ton 
Wayne 
White 
Whiteside 
Will 

Williamson 
Winnebago 
Woodford 



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3 
13 
17 

20 

22 

16 
5 

15 
1 
6 
2 

29 
7 
4 
6 
5 

15 
5 
7 

32 
9 
1 

18 
3 
7 
2 
6 
5 

16 
1 

43 
3 

13 
4 

27 
9 
9 

18 

18 
2 
5 

12 
1 
7 
3 

28 
5 
5 
1 



convicts 



CONVEYING CONVICTS TO THE STATE REFORM SCHOOL. 

To Sheriff of Adams county, for conveying 10 convicts 

Alexander ' ' " 15 



Brown 

Champaign 

Clark 

Clay 

Coles 

Cook 

DeWltt 

Douglas 

FulUm 

Orundy 

Hancock 

Henry 

Jackson 

Jettereon 

Kane 



Amount carried forward. 



2 
2 
1 
1 
5 

69 
1 
1 
2 

10 
1 
4 
3 
1 
5 



App. 



1871-2^ 



1871-2-3 



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$15, 086 10 



36 40 
978 30 
348 40 

551 65 
869 55 
5.18 15 

73 60 
374 40 

93 75 
235 30 

43 50 
549 00 

218 95 
130 50 
295 90 
136 50 
492 25 
182 00 
182 70 

552 00 
486 85 

37 25 
574 60 
234 65 
516 15 

40 00 
323 40 
266 70 
381 60 

79 75 
804 60 
141 75 
402 60 
106 90 
1,057 80 
197 40 
220 50 
770 10 
322 40 
143 00 
132 60 
527 10 

63 25 
394 80 

85 15 

13 30 

219 00 
148 35 

23 00 



#418 00 

846 00 

82 00 

42 00 

50 75 

42 25 

144 90 

1, 012 00 

14 2."! 

26 00 

SO 50 

132 24 

40 50 

120 00 

158 'i5 

50 00 

95 90 



•3,330 13 



Total. 



189,095 97 



30, 074 45 



•125, 14U Oti 



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[127] 



Statement — Gontinned. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Ajnonnt. 


ToUl. 


An 
CONV] 
To Sb( 


kma/ frrvuffAl fonmrd. 




13,330 04 

156 80 

33 00 

9 00 

55 35 

63 70 

48 75 
81 90 

52 40 
43 25 
39 00 
79 75 
78 20 

47 50 

53 25 
• 61 50 

168 00 

356 65 

41 ^25 

17 50 

50 50 

49 75 
106 95 

66 50 
146 05 
101 00 

33 50 
113 85 

95 25 

48 75 

49 50 
137 55 

31 00 

35 10 

173 70 

37 00 


•110. 170 42 


BYDTG C0KVICT8 TO THE STATB REFORM BCHOOI^ 

Cokhkuid. 

iriff of Knox county, for convoyiDflr 6 ooDTloto 


1871-3-3 






Lake ** ** 1 *' 




• 






LaiSalle " *' 1 " 






* Lawranee '• *' 1 '* 






• Lee *• ** 3 *• 






* Locan " '* 2 " 






• Maoon '* *• 6 " 






* Macoapln ** '* 3 " 






Marion •* • •• 1 •• 


1 




• Marshall ** " 3 *• 












McLean " " 10 •* 






Menard " *' 2 " 






Monroe ** " 1 " 






Morean ** *' 3 *' 






• Ogle" " '* 7 ** 






• Peoxia *» •* 30 ** 






Pike •* *• 1 •• 






Putnam " '* 1 " 






' Randolph ** " 1 " 






Richland ** " 1 '* 






f«flneinn«n * ' * * 5 • • 






Schuvler " " 3 *' 






Shelhy •• " 5 •* 






• 8t Ctair ** ** 3 " 






Su^phenaon ** *• 1 " 






* Yermilion •' " 5 *' 






Wnrrcn ** *' 3 ** 






' Waahinirton *• ** 1 " 






Wayne " •• 1 '* 






• White •• •* 3 *• 






Whiteside ** ** 1 *• 






• wm •* " 3 •* 






* Winnebaco '• " 6 " 






• Woodford " •• 3 '* 




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Am 


CONTINGENT FUND OF GOVERNOR. 

A. Lnttrell, for aervlcae as mesaenger in ExecntlTe office for 
or., 187^ 


1873 


5,969 64 


•30 00 

33 00 

750 

150 00 

10 00 

318 45 

408 15 

74 45 

12 00 

15 00 

18 00 

3 70 

«,8S0 00 

348 a-i 

35 00 
57 80 
57 00 
10 00 
650 00 

894 40 


L Wortfaeo. for expense of moving geological collection to 
Bw State house 


« 1 




[ickox, a|;ent C. and A. R. R., for transportation of Delia 
Featfield from Springfield to Chicago, on ^Temor't order. . . 

1 M . Palmer, for amount to nay for copying In Ex. office 

\. P. Townaeud, for IceftamianeuBxecutiTe office in Deo^ '73. 
1 M. Palmer, for amount to pay for fbmitnre and repaint 
T Executive office 


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1 1 

1 1 
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T. Harts, for stationerv furnished Executive office. 




1 M. Palmer, for amount paid for stationery, express ohatg as 
nd elejuiine Executive otnce 




ago Evening JonmaL for one year's subscription to Chicago 
veuing Joomal for Executive office 




. Crane. P. If., for postage stamps furnished Executive office 
ago Evening jounia), for one yearns subscription to Chicago 
veninff JoumaL for Executive office 




. Crane, P. M.^ for post office box rent to April 1, 1873, for 
ixecnUve office 




L Lttttrell, for services as clerk in Executive office from Jan. 
n3 to Sept. 1874 




ngfleld Gas Light Ca, gas bume<l in Executive mansion 

. Hi^ns, for fr'Sight of Fred. Wagner, who was wounded in 
bicago during the great fire, while iu the service of the State 

1 Zimmerman, for board and lodging of Fred. Wpgner 

7. Harts, for medicincH for FrecL WMner 




ry Hessinser. for exoenses of Fred. Waener 




^ Pinkhain. for services as Governor's Secretary 




iagoand Alton R. R. Co.. for transportation olf sundry i>er- 
MIS on the Governor's oroars 




wtnt carried /orvfard 




.... 


K • . • 


•4,650 37 


I13.-1. 140 06 



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16 



Statement — Continned. 



ACCOUNTS 



Amount hrcughtfofytard. 



CONTINaENT FUND OF 60yERNOB--CoinilfUXD. 

To Toledo, Wabash and Western R R. Co.. for transportation of sun- 
dry persons on the Governor's orders 

" J. H. Currier, for one ticket to New York for Mrs. Jane Martin. . 

" I. N. Morris, State agent, for printing in presenting two per cent, 
claim before Congress 

" C. W. Shinn, for making estimate of cost of repairs of Executive 
mansion 

' ' Capital Steam Laundry, for washing blanket« for Ex. mansion. 

' ' Michael Doyle, for labor, etc, in improving the Executive man- 
sion grounds 

' ' Fox and House, for lawn mower and garden implements for Ex- 
ecutive mansion 

* * Juo. L. Beveridge, for expenses in visiting^ Wsshington to secure 

the expenditure of a part of Congressional appropriation of 
of $100, 000 for the improvement of the Illinois river, in build- 
ing lock at the nfbuth of Copperas creek 

* ' Juo. L. Beveridge, for expenses in visiting Southern Insane Asy- 
lum at Anna 

' * J. G. Loose 8t Co., for coal for Executive mansion 

* * Wm. Shanks, lor services as watchman at Executive mansion. . . 
' * members of House Committee on Public Chariiiesof 2dth Grcneral 

Assembly fur expenses incurred in traveling 

' ' members of Joint Committee 28th General Assembly to visit 
Shawneetown, for traveling expenses 

' ' W. L Allen, fur copying resolutions of respect passed b^* the Se- 
nate, 28th General Assembly, in memory ol the Hun. John 



Dougherty., 
w ats<m, 



' ' James Watson, for his expenses as witness before c(Si^mitteo2dth 
General Assembly, in the Investigation of the Illinois peni- 
tentiary , 

* ' Monroe Oglesby, for services as janitor in Executive office and 
watchman, etc., at Executive mansion 

" D. S. Lombard, for boarding Charles Tague, a destitute soldier, 3 
days, by order of Governor. 

' * James Curtis, for cleaning, 9 days in Executive mansion 

" James H. Smith, " 6 " •* *• 

' * W. A. Lnttrell, for funeral expenses of the late J. W. Smith, 
warden of the penitentiary 

' ' Philo J. Beveridge, for amount due John J. Glenn for services as 
attorney in case of People vs. Thos. Johnson, indicted for 
manslaughter and tried at July term, 1873, of McDonough Co. 
circuit court 

* ' John L. Beveridge, for expenses in visiting the Southern Insane 
Asylum and ^Southei-n Normal University 

* ' W. A. Luttrell, for expenses of Governor in visiting State institu- 
tions and buying furniture for Executive Mansion 

" J. £. Hudson, agent, for freight charges on furniture for Execu- 
tive Mansion 

* ' John Williams Sc Co., for bedding, table ware, etc., for Executive 
Mansion 

* * J. Ruckel, for window shades for Executive Mansion 

' * Henry C. Remann. for amount due Allen Sc Maokey for uphols- 
tering, furniture, and for lamberquins, etc., at Ex. mansion. 

" R. B. Zimmerman ic Co., for gilding and fhuning pictures at Ex- 
ecutive Mansion 

* ' Thos. C. Smith, for articles furnished and labor performed in re- 

f>airing Executive Mansion 
lo J. Beveridge, for amount paid for articles ftimished and 

labor performed in repairing iSxeoutive Mansion 

" Lanphier &, Beck, for combe, orushes, etc., furnished Executive 

Mansion 

" B. H. Ferguson, for table ware, etc., for Executive Mansion 

"Geo. W. Chatterton, for repairing grand piano and clocks at 

Executive Mansion 

' * Nutt & Iterkley, for berlaps. etc., for Executive Mansion 

' ' Wm. Ridgloy, Sec, for gas burned in Exeontive Mansion, Jan., 

1874 

' ' Goo. N. Black, Treasurer, for 64 tons of coal for Executive 

Mansion 

* * O. Hannitty & Co. for gas fixtures furnished and repairing done at 

Executive Mansion 

' ' Richard Young, for repairing plastering at Executive Mansion.. 



App. 



Amount carried forward 



1873 



Amount. 



H6S0S7 



129 15 
2S90 

150 00 

SO 00 
3 00 

1,125 00 

68 30 



65 00 

14 00 

10 73 

130 00 

246 99 

121 30 

10 00 

21 00 

8SS0O 

3 00 
18 00 
12 00 

286 06 



150 00 
51 25 

122 75 

78 27 

729 98 
48 80 

881 74 

58 75 

39 70 

48 35 

8 20 
325 95 

54 56 

15 75 

63 05 

161 00 

18 75 
8 25 



Total. 



1125,140 06 



•10,802 74' |185»140 06 



17 



[129] 



Statement — Continaed. 



CCOUNTS. 



Amount brougM /orwiird. 



App. 



COKTINGENT FUND OF GOVXRKOB— CoRma-XD. 

To J. L. Craoe, P. M., fw postage stamps furoisbed Sx. Office 

' ' Wesusni Union Telegraph Oo^ for ttflegrams for Ex. Office 

* ' J. Kuckel, for shades, etc., for JSxeontivo HsDsion 

" American £xprt*8s Co., for tiAnsportation of the remains of J. IL 
Luooiis from Springtlehl to Shawneetown 

" X. L. Iltggius, AtljntdUii General, for personal expenses, etc., at- 
ten<tiug remains of Col. T. J. Turner from 8t. Louis to Chi- 
cago 

" P. W. Harts, for stationery for Execative Office 

' * K. 6. liiichols, for his expenses in arresting one O'Connor, a ta 
litiVe ftom Justice finom Tazewell County 

" J. fi. Rippey, for rqpaiiing bath room pipes, etc., at Executive 
Mansion 

" £H Xi^gh &. Son, for refrigerator, oil can, broiler, etc., fbr Execu- 
tive Mansion 

' ' Charles Fisher, for repairing done at Executive If ansiou 

" J. L. Beveridge, Oovemor, for personal expenses, visiting poni 
tentiary and other State institutions, and for articles purchased 
for Executive Mansion 

' * If . Icroy, for repairing locks and making keys for Executive 
Ifansion 

'* Barclay Coal and Mining Co., for three can ooal for Executive 
Mansion 

" H. C. Whitley, collector, for water rent, etc., for Executive Man- 
sion, to July 1, lif74 

" J. W. Carter, agent, for transportation of arms, etc., firom Belle- 
ville. OL, tobpringfleld,!!! 

" D. 6. Kalb, for Atlas and Gaseteer of the United States furnished 
Governor 

*' J. W. Chenery, for board and lodging furnished an indigent per- 
son on the Goirenior's order 

" Wm. A Luttrell. for John L. Beveiidge's expenses in visiting 
penitentiary and reform school, and for amount paid sundry 



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Oaoar liawhall, for two pictures of Lincoln and Grant furnished 

for Executive Mansion 

Captain Hopkins, for services of self and men in firing salutes on 

Oetober 14 and 15. 1874, and for hauling artillery 

Miller, Jacob Se. Co., for articles famished, hardware, etc., for 

ttie of Exeeutive Mansion 

Philo J. Beveridse, for the relief of i>he suffering in Kansas 

JiAn W. Priest. lounge and table furnished Executive Mansion. . 

Smith & Bro.. one bunting flsg 

Geo. M Berkley, for expenses in arresting one Ira R. Laydon, a 

fugitive from Justice from Lee county 



COSTS AlTD EXPENSES IN STATE SUITS. 

To James W. Winston, circuit clerk, for costs in Sangamon county 
dealt court, in case of People ex rd. G. W. Chattnrton v«. Au- 
ditor P. A., ef at*. 

' ' aheriffs' and coroners' fees serving summons in sundry cases, and 
expenses incurred in the prosecution of sundry State suits. . . 

' * sundry persons for legal services and costs in suits against na- 
tional banks for State taxes, etc 

' ' dreuit oierks for copies of papers pertaining to State salts 

" Thomas Gardiner, Jr., sheriff, for fees and costs under alias exe- 
cution in case of the People vi. Thomas Kelly, collector I>e- 
Witt county, eto^ 

" E. C. Hsmburgher, Clerk, for State's proportion of costs in Cen- 
tral Grand I>ivisiott Supreme Court, in sundry agreed tax 
cases from Cook county 

" £. C. Hamburgher, Clerk, for costs m Central Grand Division Su- 
preme Court, in case of the People V9. 111. Central K. R. Co. . . 

" R. A. D. Wilbanks, Clerk, for costs in Southern Grand Division 
Supreme Court, in case of the People v«. Morris Ketchum, etaU. 

' ' Sofainsoii, Knapp & Shntt, lor legal services rendered State in 
tax cases from Cook county, Jan. 1874, term Supreme Court. . . 

'* H. S. Greene, for legal services rendered State in tax cases from 
Cook county, Jan. 1874, term Supreme Court 



AmewU eunritd fonpard. 

Vol. 1—9 



1873 



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1871 
1 1 

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1 1 



Amount. 



110,809 74 



60 00 

27 10 

6 75 

14 60 



56 55 
5:1 50 

100 00 

40 45 

98 10 
60 33 

146 00 

9 35 

90 00 

60 50 

10 75 

8 75 

3 50 

67 70 

40 00 

64 00 

16 96 
350 00 

57 00 
19 00 

974 96 



184 30 

918 60 

756 00 
90 60 

56 60 

168 59 

18 70 

37 70 

500 00 

500 00 



TOtaL 



1195,140 06 



U.409 69 



13,059 00 I 6137,540 75 



[130] 



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Statement — Gontinaed. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brouffht forvwrd 



COSTS AND EXPENSES IN STATE SUITS— CoxTUfUlD. 

To John M. &. John Mayo Palmer, for legal aervloee rendored State 
iu sundry tax caHes iuvolvin;: the taxation of capital stock of 
corp<Trntioiifi, Jau. 1874, term Supreme court 

' ' H. F. Tuley, for lepal services rendered State in assistinft Attor- 
n*'y-<i enteral in Hundry iojunction suits, in vol vin<; taxes of ld73. 

" Ken worthy &, Benrdsley, for le^al services rendered State in 
sundry injunciiuu suits, relating to ussessmeut of 1873 

EXECUTIVE MANSION. 

To John M. Palmer, in full of appropriaiiou of 1871. for repairing 
frrounds and furnishing Executive Mansion 

* ' Kit hard Youu^. for plusiering and brickivork done in repairing 
Executive Mansion . 

* ' CharlctM Fisher, fur carpenter work in repairing Executive Man- 
sion 

' ' Allen Sc Mackey. for mattresses in furnishing Executive Mansion. 

" J. M. Kippey, lor idumbiug, etc., in repairing " " 

" " for nose, sprinkler, etc., furnished groands Execu- 
tive Mansion ' 

" A. L. Ide. for steam heating apparatus, in repairing Executive 
Mansion 

* ' Chicai;o Marble Manufacturing Co., for two marble mantles and 
grates, in repairing Executive Mansion 

' ' Butler Bros., for plaster center pieces, In repairing Ex. Mansion. . 

' * B. Kreigh U. Son. for mantles, grates, stoves, etc., in repairing 
Executive Mansion 

' ' A. Jtthuston, for mantles, etc., in repairing Executive Mansion.. 

* * James Curtis, for 10 days* services in repairing " " 

* ' John Ordway. for repairing pump, etc., in repairing Executive 

Mansion 

" Thomas C. Smith, for varnishing and repairing furoiture, in re- 

Eairiug Executive Mansion 
1. Zimmerman & Co., for painting, eto., in repairing Executive 

Mansion 

' ' W. D. Richardsim, for atone furnished, in repairing Executive 

Mansion 

' ' James H. Beveridge, for freight charges paid on materials for re 

Pairing Executive Mansion 
weg &, Snape, for gas fixtures, pipes, etc., in repairing Exocu 
tive Mansion 

' ' Baker Arnold it Co., for gas fixtures fumishe<l In lepairing Ex- 
ecutive Mansion 

' ' Moiace Wilson, for 16 days' services at grounds Executive Man- 
sion 

* ' James Johnson, for whitewashing engine room at Executive Man- 
sion 

" W. W. Strong & Co., for furniture in furnishing Executive Man- 
sion 

* ' George K. Black, for table ware, in repairing Executive Mansion. 

• * Hanratty & Co.. for gas fixtures, * • • • " 

* ' John Williams A Co., for carpets, rugs, lace curtains, etc., in fur- 
nishing Executive Mansion 

* ' Miller, Jacob & Co., hardware furnished in repairing Exeoutdve 
Mansion 

* ' Allen & Mackey, for lambrequins in furnishing Executive Mansion 

' ' Fnx A. House, for iron scales, etc.. iu repairing Executive Man- 
sion 

' ' John W. Priest, for tables, mirrors, etc., in repairing Executive 
Mansion 

' * Henson Kobiuson, for stove, pipe, etc., in repairing Executive 
Mansion 

' ' Monroe Oglesby, for services as watchman and care of grounds 



App. 



Executive Mansion 



' ' John Williams & Co., for dry goods furnished in repairing Execu- 
tive Mansion 

' ' George W. Donagan, for 14} days' service on grounds of Execu- 
tive Mansion ; 

' * Hovev Si Co. for flower plants and seeds fol> grounds Executive 
Mansion 



Amount etirried foricard. 



1873 



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1873 

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4 4 

4 4 

4 4 
I 4 

4 I 



4 4 



4 4 



Amount. Total. 



|3,0j9 09 



500 oa 

1,000 00 

S50 00 



H'tsoi 

1.398 61 

1.001 56 

121 50 

1,000 96 

93 65 

3.644 70 

300 00 
124 00 

693 05 

148 66 

90 00 

19 50 

90 80 

1,845 89 

18 10 

32 95 
137 00 
792 80 

94 00 

10 00 

1,073 to 
482 51 
137 71 

3,847 43 

11 30 
957 96 

17 35 

41 50 

33 70 
375 00 

19 37 
SI 75 
47 15 



1137.549:5 



4. 809 09 



I19.03S49 , $143,358 H 



19 



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Statement — Cod liDoed. 



ACCOUNTS. 



AmMfit Vr9u$ht forward. 



EXECUTIVE MANSION— CosTnrom). 

Xo Louis Unvereayti for flower plants and SMda for gronods Bzeoii' 
tire Hinoion 

' ' Stephen Anderson, for 12 days' work at grounds Ezecntlve Man- 
sion 

" M. Dojle, for 100 loads dirt dellvwed on groanda Executive Man- 
sion 

" C. SaiDiison, for bnildmg sidewalks on grounds Executive Man- 
sion 

" Webster Morgan, for 37 days' work on grounds Executive Man- 
sion 

" 0. F. Stebbine, for one scythe fnmislied grounds of Executive 
llaosion : 

Amount paid fttnn appropriation 1871 9458 01 

Amount paid from appropriation 1873, for repairing^ 

etcu. (being in full) 9, 500 00 

Amount paid from appropriation 1673, for furnishing 

(bcinguifnll) 6,000 00 

Amount paid from anpropriation 1173, for heating 

apparatns (being fall; St, 500 00 

Amount paid from appropriation 1873, for care of 

grounds 843 33 



FIELD NOTES AND SURVEYS. 



To custodian, for salary 

' stationery, office furniture, etc. 

postage and P. O. box rent 

blank books, stationery, etc 



custodisn, for copying and comparing field notes of U. 8. surveys 
of Illinois for 20 townships 

eiutodian, for copying and comparing field notes of U. S. surveys 
of Uliuois for SOO townships 



FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE. 

To A. H, Inrin for reward for arrest of John Greene, charged with 

the crime of larceny 

' A. H. Irrin, returning fugitive from Justice to Alexander Co. 



App. 



' Julius R. Troualot, 
' Robt E. Limerick, 
'T.E. Halls, 

H. C. Core, 
' John F. Rittenhouse, 



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John Kettle, 

J H. McCausluid, 

6. F. McKnighi, 
Gilbert Siraroonds, 
B.C. McLean. 
Franklin F. Spencer, 
A. B. Houston, 
John F. Rittenhouse, 
Henry Van Sellar, 

L L Claxton. 

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Edward L. Gill, 
D. J. Waggoner, 



Ammmt carried for ioard. 



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4 4 

4 4 
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4 4 

4 4 

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4 4 

4 1 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 I 

4 4 

i 4 

4 4 

4 I 

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4 4 

4 4 
4 4 

4 4 



Bureau 
Champaign 



4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

I 4 

4 4 

I 4 

4 4 



4 4 

Christian 
Cook 



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4 4 



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Cumberland ** 
Edgar 
Fayette 



Ford 
Fulton 



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nnt. 



$19,033 48 



1871-73 
1871 

4 4 

1873 

1874 


11.400 00 

SOI 75 

34 50 

600 00 

fiSSflS 


1871 


330 00 


1873 


5.000 00 



1871-73 



4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 i 
I 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 I 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
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4 4 



S9 25 
15 00 
90 00 
153 95 
49 75 
1 50 



•BOO 00 
94 96 
132 32 
134 \H 
8R 34 
75 80 
71 96 
68 70 

958 44 
60 04 
74 56 
8Q 00 
78 53 
48 64 
68 70 

440 50 
115 00 
347 34 
3S3 08 

959 90 
353 43 

88 39 

163 19 

187 56 

66 40 

81 94 

30 00 

60 94 

81 93 

90 50 

136 19 



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$149,356 &4 



19.301 34 



7,781 87 



$4,11190 $168,441 !).> 



[132] 



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Statement — Oontinaed. 



ACCOUKTa 



Amount brought fonoard. 



FUGITIVES FBOM JTT8TICE— COMinruiD. 
To D. J.Waggoner, retnming 8 fagHlTes from Jiutioo to ValtoB Co 



John Jonee, 
John Sohiooer, 
C. T. Cannon, 
James O'Brlon, 
John H. CoUy, 
Joel Johnaon, 
Geo. W Sloan, 
James Riohej, 
A.W. Berggren, 
C. S. C. Cran& 
Geo. M. Berkley, 
Thoe. J. Larriaon, 



* i 



* Tboa. J. Wright, 
' W. A. Shaffer, 

* John Brookwa V, 

* Patrick CoetlUo, 
' A. J. Twaddle, 

' G. L. Fanreli, 



' Richard Oabom, 

* W. G. Boyooi 

* J.Aton, 

* Henry Honaoheidt, 

* P. A. White 

* John B. Petrie, 

* Frank Hitohoook 

' A. J. Leggott, 

* B. W.Watson, 

* John W. Taylor, 

* Leslie Barley, 

* Hiram Sharpe, 
■ A. L. Barrett. 

* W. P. Crallon, 

' Thos. C. Beeves, 
' T. B. Halls, 

' S. S. Gresory, 

* John F. luttenhoose, 

* • « 



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W. L. Cathbert, 
Hail Storms, 
Thos. B. Ballow, 
Patrick Flynn, 
F. F. Peats, 

Amonnt nald nnder laws 1871 . 

•' 1873. 



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Greene 
Gmndy 
Hancock 
Jackson 

Johnson 

Kane 

Knox 

LaSalle 

Lee 

Logan 

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Maeon 
Macoupin 
Marion 
McDonoagh 

McLean 



Montgomery 
OtOf 

Peoria 

Pike 

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Putnam 

Richland 

Sangamon 

Tazewell 
Vermilion 

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White 
Williamson 
Winnebago 



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.18, 469 SI 
. 7, 786 86 



FUND COMMISSIONERS CLERK. 
To Enoch Moore, for salary 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY (9»th.) 

To members of the Senate, for per diem and mileage and oompen* 
satiou for postage, stationery, etc 

* * officers and employees of the Senate, for- per diem 

• • members of tne House of RepresentaUTes, for per diem and 
mileage, and compensation for postage, stationery, etc 

officers and employees of the House of Representatiree, for per 
diem 

Amount earrisd forward 



*< 



App. 



1871-73 



1871 
1873 



1871 



1 1 



« « 



Amount. 



Hins» 



181 90 

140 38 
117 36 

80 64 
109 60 

33 56 

54 16 
38.'^ 00 

146 84 
45 90 
71 64 

105 44 
78 88 

898 00 
854 16 
117 84 

58 00 

48 90 
101 88 
134 67 
107 98 
189 44 

91 08 
181 80 
131 00 

43 44 

106 90 
74 56 

168 60 

398 88 

86 64 

104 64 

136 88 

67 98 

140 40 

70 48 

76 00 

64 47 

55 64 
51 40 

813 44 
41 80 
106 48 
39 64 
181 76 
188 70 
191 68 

147 40 
64 56 

5 56 

870 00 

41 58 

133 08 



11,000 00 
1,400 00 



155,753 80 
87, 758 00 

167,679 50 

45,175 00 



Total. 



#169,44195 



10,955 47 



1,400 00 



1806,550 70 



0188,097 4i 



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iStofoiiMiftf— Continoed. 



ACGOTJITTS. 



To 



OEN1SRAL A8SB1CBLT (»rE)'JC9KTafW». 

oC joint commititoe 9Rtli Oeoeial AMombly, onSevUloB 

of Statutes 

of tbe MTflml oommlttees of i!k» 96th G«iMral AMem> 



ly. inevrrod in traveling, etc.. vix : 
Somte Committee on CharitaUe Imtitatlona |334 » 



Howe 
«■ 



Special 



Cliiea«o Stock Tarda. 

State Institationa 

Penitentiary 

pnblic bnildlnga and grannda. 

pnblio oharitiea 

Joint Special Committee to vialt SluwneetowB. .. . 



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1!» M 
78» Sf 

149 05 
09 
940 99 
191 30 



956 



Total •9,359 46 

▲moaBt of aliov« paid from GoT«nior*B contfngent 
ftind 



To Geo. Gondlaek, travelinf 'ezpenoea to and from Chicago, aa one 
of special committee to uvestigate the ezteoaion of taxea, 
1673 

* ' John HincbdiflEB, traveling expeneca to and firom Jackeon^Ile aa 
■ember of qpedal oommittoe to ioTeatlgate Deaf and Bomb 
Asylmm 



John Canningbam. traveling expenaea to and ftom Jollet aa 
monber ofFenitentiary Committee 



* ' Geo. Gnadlaoh. traveling expenaea to and from JoUet as member 

Penitentiary Committee 

" G. W. Heni^, traveUas expenaea to and from JoUet aa member 

Penitentiary Committee 

* * Tbos. S. Casey, traveling ■expenses to and from JoUet as member 

Penitentiary Committee 

' * Plank Mnrry, expenaea, visiting Springfteld aa witoeas on order 

of Penitentiary Committee 

' * James Watson, expenses, visiting Springleld aa witneas •■ order 

of PeoltanUary Committee 

" * Beaj. F. Maybew, expenses, visiting Springfield aa witness on 

order of Penitentiary Committee 

" B. W. Barkley, for caan paid for tolegrams, postage and other 

eontiagent expenaea of Booae Penitentiary Committee SStb 

General Assembly 

* ' eipying laws, jonmals. eto. . 96tb General Assembly, etc 

' ' rent of oomniittee rooms for nae of 28th General Assembly 

" serrieesofchaplaina.SBtbGeBefal Assembly 

NOTC— See 'incidental expense soeonnf' for US, 593 45 paid for 
niaeelaneoiia expenses 98th General AaaemUy . 



OB0L06ICAL SURVEY. 



To State Goologlat. for salary. 

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41 



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and traveUng expenses 

expenses of moving geological collection to new Stato Honse — 

GBOLOGXCAI. REPORTS. 

To eagiBviag for ilflh volomo 

] ' express charges and dray^e sn plates for fifth velume 

" insDranoe on material fornftb volume 

** binding fifth votarae 

' ' drawinjEB for mxth volume 

" Slate Geolocist. for traveling expenaea to obtain bids fur engrav- 
ing Kixth VMhiBM 

book paper for sixth volume 



41 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

To fimriturp and mpoira 

''articles famished 

"rtME/afWunf 



App. 



1971 



1673 



1874 



4 • 



44 



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14 



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1873 
1874 



Amoant 



1999. 599 W 



1679 
1873 



44 



1879 



1873 

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• 4 



1873-74 

• 4 



•,705 99 



1,991 19 

18 90 

999 
11 89 
11 89 
11 80 
11 69 
15 00 
SI 09 
IS 00 



95 50 

9, 117 51 

988 35 

610 00 



Ttotal. 



$189,097 42 



91,500 90 

3,875 09 

635 00 

63 75 



15,387 95 

114 70 

80 00 

6,000 00 

1,500 00 

in 95 
4,336 40 



1883 35 
3M 30 



|1,S03 65 



, 3i:* 35 



6,963 75 



17,996 00 



9519,093 53 



[134] 



99 



Statement — ^Oontin ued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward . 



INCIDENTAL KXPENSBS-CoSflNUBD. 



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1 1 



To Btationeiy forniahed Secretary of State 

*• •• •• •* for Attorney General — 

•• •• " 1. .. Secretary Board Pub- 

lie Cbaritiea 

* ' wood and coal and for sawius and wbeeling same 

copyiDc; done for Secretary of State. 

advertittinfc for propoaaU for State contracts 

printing Governor's raeasaee in Uormun 

binding books for State LilM-ary 

inspector of public printing 

porters in State House 

uight watchman in State House. 

transportation, etc., in distributing laws, journals, etc 

' * reTismg and oorrectiiM; House and Senate journals of Ibe 2Stb 
Geuer^ Assembly for printer, making index to laws, etc 

* * gas burned in State House and rooms OGCupie<l by ^ih General 

A ssembly 

' ' scavenger 

* ' expenses of experts in examining the aocounta of John P. Baker, 

contractor for printing for 27tb General Assembly 

* * water rent 

* * heating and ventilating apparatus for S8th General Assembly 

' ' furniture and repairing for 28th General Assembly 

• ' rent of rooms for use of ' * 

ice furnished " " 

poeuige stamps for officers of * * 
stationery furnished Secretary of State for 28th General Assembly 

mourning rosettes fumisbe<l 28th General Assembly 

books, papers, maps, etc., for use of 28th General Assembly 

fuel and expenses in operating heating apparatus. Senate and 

House of Representatives 28th General Assembly 

miscellaneous expenses of " " " Including 

labor, repairs, articles furnished, etc 

indexing records preparatory to removal 



App. 



1873-74 



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Amount paid from deficiency appropriation, 1873 |15, 000 00 

regular *• ".... 10,000 00 

adclitioDal * ' 1874. ... 4, M4 46 

• * •'.... 453 33 



For ordinary expensea $11, 014 34 

* * expenses 28tb General AssemNy . . . 18. 5a) 45 



ILLINOIS CHARITABLE E7B AND EAR INFIRMARY. 



To appropriation for erection, plumbing, heating, etc. 

• ' " • * current expenses 

' * " * * renting ana furnishing building. 



ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY. 



To appropriation for chemical dcpariment. . . 
»• *^ '• agrinnltiiral 

completion of building . 

heating apparatus 

fitting and furnishing . . 

gas fixtures, etc 

physical laboratory 

experiments upon farm . 

paying taxes on lands . . 



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ILLINOIS SOLDIERS* ORPHANS' HOME. 

To John H. Johnson, for amount of principal and interest due Jaly 

1,1872 

" J. S. Clark, for amomit of principal and intereet due July 1, 1872 

•' L. Graves, ** " " ** ** " 

• • A. A. Lamb, ' ' 



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1873 
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Amount. 



1871-2 



« * 



$1,203 65 



1,083 65 
24 25 

23 50 
799 59 
471 17 

2. 1^1 21 
204 00 
181 20 
690 00 
641 80 

1, 917 00 
802 24 

1, 146 iO 

4,104 M 
135 75 

110 00 

150 OO 
2,010 00 
2,024 37 
1,931) 00 

494 00 

21 76 

3»586 17 

113 85 

399 25 

1,445 75 

1,219 86 
453 33 



Total. 



|31o,0»2 52 



29, 517 7» 







IW.OOOOA 
9.500 00 
5.000 00 


42,500 m 




tl.OOOOO 
1,500 00 
14, 685 60 
14,326 90 
7,271 17 
1.200 00 
2.909 31 
1.500 00 
5, 2M 78 


• 

4P, 805 76 




172 94 

548 62 

4 56 

25 68 




I65S00 


#636,706 07 



23 



[135] 



Statement — Gontinaed. 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Atfummi inm^ forieard. 

ILLINOIS SOLDIEBS:' ORPOANS' HOME— CoxnxuKD. 

Td E. H. Rom), for amoaDt of priticiiMil und iiitereat dae Jiilv 1. 1872 
" J. W. Peck St. Co.. fur amuuxit of priiicipal auu iuterevt due J aly 

1,1872 

" Johu Scfalegel, for amount at principal and interMt due July 1, 

197S 

" Culver, Paf^ Hovue 6l Co., fur amount of pKncixMtl and itttei-«it| 

due Jaly 1, ItfT^ I 

*' Bangii Broiltefss. for amount of principal and interest due July 1, ; 

1872 ; 

" R. S. Coover. for amount of principal and interest due July 1, 

1672 

*' John M. Snyder, for amount of principal and interest due July 1, 



1871-72. 



1872. 



** C W. Holder, for amount of principal and interest due July 1, 

1872 

' ' Blackburn and Brown, for amount of principal and interest due 

July 1.1872 

" Ottis & Squirea, for amount of principal and interest due July 1, 

1872 

* ' J. F. Geiser, for amount of prinsipal and interest due July 1, 

1872 

Total amount paid on debts incurred prior to March 1,'71.. .#2. 944 37 

Tu apiiropriaUon for current expenses 

•* library 

'* *' " current expenses 

*' *' ** repairs 

•• library 

" " " purchase of furniture, etc 



ILLINOIS STATE PENITENTIAKT. 

To Chicago and Wilmington coal company, for amount of principal 
ana interest due July 1, 1872 



INSANE HOSPITAL— Jacksonvillb. 
To appropriation for current expenses 

4 1 t . 

improrementa and repairs 



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1 1 
1 1 



INSANE HOSPITAI^NOBTHSBN. 



To appropriation for erection of central building 

•• furnishing •• " 

" " *' ** rear building and erecting coal house 

" " * ' expense of superinteucung, architects, commis* 

sioners on north wing, etc., and for trnstees' per diem and ex- 

peo-ies. 

* * appropriation for incidental expenses, including additional furni- 
ture. boriMji*, carriageM, etc 

^ ' appropriation for outside improrements, including cost of water 

wurks. bam, cellar, etc 

' * appro|n1ation for erection of south wing 

plumbing, heating, etc.. south wing 

sewerage, gas flxturee and lightning rods 

furnishing south wing. 

deficiency in current expenses. 

' * current expenses 

•' repairs 



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1 1 
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1 1 



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INSANE HOSPITAL— JSOUTBIKV. 

To appropriation for completing and furnishing building. 

" R. H. Sturgass for expmses as commissioner 

' • John Wood, ' ' • ^' 
" E.J. Palmer, '• 
" Hiram Walker. " 



*^ Jwse Bishop, 
F. M. Kalone. 



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Kalone, 
Awmnt Mrrisd/mncard, . 



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1 1 



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• « 



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1871 

1873 
*.« 

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1874 



lt}78 



1871 
1873 



1873 






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1873 



Amount. 



•65«00 

15 58 
09 19 
14 S4 

eo 5« 

M 39 

17 84 

1, 641 54 

103 68 

16 83 
ST 18 

S70 49 

34, .VW? 79 
110 46 

70,000 00 
4,000 00 
1,000 GO 

10, 662 75 



#4,8«9 61 



158. 153 17 

141. 666 67 

12,000 00 



$81,350 00 
7,0OU 00 
7,450 00 



10, 185 00 

7,030 00 

13.090 00 

160,000 00 

12, .MK) 00 

8, 025 00 
10,000 00 
S3. 000 00 
71.351 70 

2,830 00 



1188,556 68 
34i) 20 
13 20 
10 55 
81 35 
65 40 
4o 00 



1183 063 38 



Total. 



1836, 706 07 



123, 874 37 



4, 889 61 



311, 818 84 



414, 331 76 



|1«391,020 59 



[136] 



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Statement — Gontinaed. 



ACCOUNTS. 



A mount brought forward 

INSANE HOSPITAL-SOUTHERN— COMTEJUBD. 



To R. H. StargeM, for per diem as commiMioner. 
' John Wood. • •' 

E. J. Palmer, " •* *• *• 
Hiram Walkur, • * * • ' • • • 
Jefwe Bishop^ 

F. M. Malone, 
appropriation for coinpletinf^ and famiahing center building. 

opeuing expeunes of * * ' * 
current expenses 



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INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE BUND. 
To appropriation for current expenses 



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1 1 



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erection of main building 

furnishing and beating main building 



INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND 

DUMa 



App. 



1871-13 



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1873 
• I 



1871 

1873 

1874 



To appropriation for current expenses. 



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repairs 

renewal and furnishing of bedding . . 
* ' of roof on main building, etc. 

* ' and repairs nf floor 

repainting wood work, eto 

** erection of ohapel, dining rooms, eto. 

'* *' of boiler house, etc 

of laundry and fitting 



1 1 



INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF FEEBLE-MINDED 

CHILDREN. 



To appropriation for current expenses 

" " " insurance and furniture. 

'* *' '* current expenses 

* * * * * ' Insurance and furniture. 



MONEY REFUNDED. 



To taxes refunded, paid in error 

' ' county collectors for over payments on aecounta 



NORMAL UNIVERSITY— Bloomwgtok. 

To appropriation to Natural History Society for improving museum 

and salary of curator 

* ' appropriation for salaries, in addition to interest on college and 

seminary fund 

' * appropriation for library of books of reference 

" ordinary reiiairs 

• * care of grounds 

' ' expenses of members of the board of education. . 

•'fuel 

* ' janitor's supplies 

' ' chemicals and apparatus. 

* ' new boiler and heating and ventilating appa 



1 1 



1 1 



• i 
1 1 

( 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 



1871 
1873 



4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
44 



Amount. 



Total. 



1123,063 38 jti^l,0»39 



1996 00 

15a 00 

156 00 

786 00 

396 00 

225 00 

64.577 43 

4,000 00 

43.350 00 



1871 
1873 

k 4 



1871-3 



ratus 



' * appropriation (br twenty-three twenty-fourths of interest on ool. 

lege and seminary fiind 

' * appropriation for paying indebteduesa and to prevent deficiency. 
' * ' * " cniTout expenses, including Interest on college 

and seminary fund 



Amount oarrUd forward 



1871 

t 4 
4 4 
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4 4 
4 4 
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44 

4 4 

« 4 

1673 



|16. 630 44 
20 448 .36 
75, 000 00 
15,000 00 



m, 873 62 

99. 293 45 

4.000 00 

3.700 00 

3, 850 00 

FOO 00 

1,400 00 

58, 079 95 

16.418 0^ 

3.494 36 



1 13, .37.1 00 

290 77 

34,043 48 

700 33 



1400 36 
183, 93G S9 



$1,850 00 

4,500 00 
375 00 
500 00 
125 00 
8:>0 00 
375 00 
50 00 
750 00 

4,000 00 

6.S23i 50 
6, 915 00 

43. 480 68 



S37.605 80 



137,078 80 



S83,90» 46 



48. 418 48 



184,336 fa 



68.793 18 



$3,381,163 16 



25 



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StatemenU^Xiontimx^ 



ACCOUNTS 



A m o mtU broug^fonMurd 



NORMAL UNIVSBSITY— SOUTHBSN. 



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To R. H. StniseM, i»er diem M oommiaaioiier. 
' ' John Wood, 

£. J. Palmer, 

Jene Btahojp, 

H. Walker, 

F. H. Halone. 

K H. SturKeas, 6xi>eDaM ac 

JohD Wood, 

K J. Pairoer, 

JeaaeBiahop, 

H. Walker, 

F. M. Malone, 

Wiokwire and Boyle, on eontiaot for building 

WaUh & J nngelf eld. architecU 

Fnniitare 

Pioneer Heating Co., for heating 

Imildinff privies 

labor, grading grounds, andartioles 

evrroi % expensea 



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Fldd per diem of oommiaaioneFS under approp's 1871-3. . . |6, S06 00 

forboilding •* '* 1K71 2,M5 37 

1873 80,000 00 



1 1 



eorrent expenses 



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« I 



1874 6,277 18 



OFFICB OF THE GOVSBNOH. 



To statUmery 

" postage... 

telegrama. 

express chi 



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argee .. 

** articles foruiahed. 
* ' ftmitare 



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labor and repaira 

books and newspapers. 

" vasbing towels 

* ' blank books, etc 

" lee 



AnooBt paid nnder appropriation 1871 $106 85 

*' detlcienoy appropriation 1873 600 00 

•• •• regular " 1873 1,335 31 



OFFICE OF THE SECBETARY OF STATE. 



To itationery. 

'* postage 

' * exprew charges 

* ' articles famished 

•• famitare 

' I labor tod repairs 

' ' books and newspapeiB. 

" wasbiDg towels 

ice ............ .... 






eopyine and clerical serrioes.. 

ponerin office 

extn clerks and janitors 



Aflumnt paid under appropriation 1873 |931 80 

'* deficiency appropriation 1873 5,000 00 

•• regnlar " •• 3.419 86 

porterunder " " 934 78 



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1 1 



Amouni carried foneard. 



App. 



187U73 



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« 4 



1873 
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I • 
1874 



1879-73 



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Amount. 



13, 906 00 

374 00 

37i 00 

973 00 

1,888 00 

395 00 

500 05 

S6 50 

39 40 

153 18 

79 65 

84 60 

S7, 143 87 

9.369 15 

8,932 13 

7, 189 5:1 

2,450 00 

3,606 91 

6,277 18 



1-73 


•099 55 




398 06 




280 10 




6 50 




19 00 




564 95 




36 45 




125 00 




5 05 




153 50 




94 00 



•9,313 85 


1, 196 75 


88 30 


373 74 


34a 60 


956 27 


7 50 


33 00 


109 00 


313 50 


934 78 


3.879 17 



Xoial. 



•2,981.163 16 



95.0J8 45 



9,943 16 



10.376 46 



.•9,3e8.710 33 



[13S] 



26 



Statement-^ GoDtinaed. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought fortoard. 



OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



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1 1 
1 1 

« ( 

1 1 



To stationery '. 

* • poBtai^e 

* ' telegrams 

express charges f. 

articles f uruished 

\** furniture , 

labor, repairs, etc 

books aud oewspapers 

vrasliing towels 

blauk books ' 

ice furnish ed 

porter in offl^ , 



Amount paid under appropriaUon 1871 $803 77 

1873 4,032 25 



OFFICE OF STATE TBE ASURER. 
To postage, stationery, express charges, etc 

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* ' appropriation for watchmen 

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'•porter 



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1 1 
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OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL. 

To incidental expenses, including rent, fumitnre, postage, stationery, 
traveling expenses, etc 



OFFICE OF ADJUTANT GENERAL. 

To clerk hire 

* ' ordnance oflQcer. 



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' * incidental office expenses, including stationery, postage, etc. 

* * appropriation for detlciency in incidental office expenses 

' * "water rent, repairing roof of Arsenal, etc 

* ' Incidental office expenses, including stationery, postage, eto. 
' * Janitor, for care of armory, cleaning arms, etc 

* *■ appropriation for preserving battle flags 



PRINTING PAPER AND STATIONERY. 
To P. W. Harts, for paper furnished Secretary of State on contract. 



• I 

1 1 



1 1 
1 1 



for stationery furnished Secretary of State for 88th 
General Assembly 

* * P. W. Halts, for stationery furnished Sec'y of State for samples. 

* ' Culver, Pago, Hoyne & Co., for paper furnished Sec'y of State on 
contract * 

' * Geo. W. Chatterton, Jr., for stationery furnished Secretary of 
State 



PUBLIC PRINTING. 

To John P. Baker, Contractor for Legislative and Executive Print- 
ing 

' * W. H. Bailhache and E. L. Merritt, Contractors for Legislative 
and Executive Printing 

* ' W. H. Bailhache and £. £. Merritt, Contractors for printing ad- 
vertisements ordered by the Railroad and Wareuouse Com- 
missioners 

* ' amount paid for engraving for report of Canal Commissioners 
and Board of Public ChMities 

" T. J. Pickett, Jr., for services as Inspector of Public Printing. . . 



App- 



' ' amount paid under appropriation 1871 $13, 147 41 

deficiency appropriation, 1873 18, 040 00 

regular " 1873 70,020 63 



1 1 
1 1 



1 1 



1 1 
1 1 



" J. K. Magie, for services as Printw Export. 
Amount earrud forward 



1871-73 
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Amount. 



1871 

i8rj 

1874 
1873 



1871-3.4 



1873 
1871 
1873 
1871 

1873 

1 1 

1 1 
1 1 
• I 



1373 

1 1 



1 1 



1 1 



1 1 



1871 
1873 



1 1 



I « 



$1, 183 38 

1,19-2 18 

181 75 

73 45 

34 70 

275 9tj 

5fi2 75 

158 ."SO 

15 65 

45 00 

104 00 

1,009 78 



$2,000 00 

3,600 00 

2,558 96 

184 48 

934 78 



$1, 133 Xi 
466 67 
266 67 
338 19 
500 00 
96 45 
1, 463 50 
611 25 
300 00 



$10,000 00 
33, 394 31 

4,383 10 
358 75 

510 50 

6,487 74 



$500 00 
91, 603 41 

6,654 13 

446 50 
8,005 00 



Tot«L 



$3»388,710 83 



4.835 08 



6,378 88 



3,271 53 



5,^165 08 



44,034 30 



101,808 04 



TOt) 00 



$8,556,810 49 



27 



[139 J 



Statement — Continned. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward . 



PUBLIC BINBINO. 
To H. W. Rokker, Contractor for Pnbllo Binding. 






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PUBLISHING NOTICES. 
To £. L. Men-itt & Bro.. for pabUnhlng Governor's Proclsmation. 

PORTERS AND WATCHMEN IN STATE HOUSE. 



App. 



187a 

1674 



ToTii^lit vratchroan in State Hooae. 

' ' p<irt«re iu State Bouse 

■ ' porter * • 



BEPAIRS TO STATE HOUSE. 

To sodtUof: State House yard— plants, etc., f araiahed 

" mstics fomished grounds 

" cleanins and scrubbing baUs, etc.. for 28th GenenU Assembly. 

* * rauorinic rubbish from grounds 

" eitending water pipes in State House 

" re|M»irin^ sewer and water pipes 

' ' articles furnished and labor performed 



REPORTS OF SUPREME COURT. 



To S46 copies of the S6th xolume. 

"•♦I " •• 57th *' . 

"644 •• •• «th *• . 

'* «44 ** '• 59th '• . 

"644 •• •' 60th •• . 

"644 *• •• 6Ist *• . 

"644 •• *• «ad •• . 



1849 



1871 
1873 



1871 



1865 



REVISION OF ST ATUTEa 

To arrrices of copyist for Commissioners of Revision 

" H. R llurd, for personal expenses while engaged in Revision of 

Sts t nt««. y 

" H. B. Hurd, for his services as Commissioner, in connection with 

Rrrision of SUtutes, in full ttma April 1st, 187:1, to March :tl, 

1874 special 

"KB. Hurd. for services in editing, compiling and superintending 

pnttUcation of Revised Statutes special 

" compared acts of 1874, furnished 

" A E. Smith, contractor, for binding 

" W. H. Bailhache & E. L. Merritt, contractors, for printing done 

and psper furnished 

' ' advertising for proposals for binding 

RAILROAD AND WAREHOUSE COMMISSIONEBa 

To 6. Koenier, for salary as Comminsioner 

" HP. Morgan, Jr., for salary as Commissioner. 

"D.aHammond '• •* 

" J. H. Raymond ** Secretory of Board 

"liD.Cook '• Commissioner. 

"D. A. Brown ** •' 

" 'T.M Pearson, for salary as Commissioner 

" James Steele, " •* 

;; A.McUnghlin, '» 

incidental office expenses 

incidental office expenses, including special clerical services, 
rent, stationery, ftimiture, postage, etc 

Ammmt carried /onoard 



Secretary of Board. 



1869 



1874 



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1 1 



1871 

t « 

• « 

1871-73 

1 1 



1873 
1871 

1873 



Amount. Total. 



•3.000 00 

6,960 00 

10.000 00 

10. COO 00 



$412 00 



$]ff.\ 00 

1, :>05 50 

934 78 



|.*»4G 90 

129 90 

S13 00 

21 50 

57 10 

58 45 
185 95 



•3.87fi 00 
3,804 00 
3, ^>4 00 
3. W4 00 
3.H64 00 
3.Hn4 00 
3,864 00 



•311 SO 
347 14 

6,100 00 

1,250 00 

135 00 

6,000 00 

17, 100 00 
201 80 



•l. 244 45 
1,902 16 
1, 902 16 
7R9 40 
2,270 89 
5, 097 84 
5. 097 84 
2. 4KR 87 
2,213 60 
9ti 64 

4,653 30 



•3,556,210 42 



•27,756 15 



99,900 00 



48 00 



t,93a 28 



1.211 80 



97,060 90 



31,445 44 



•2,648,558 94 



[140] 



28 



Statement — Gontiiiaed. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward. 



BAJLBOAD AlTD WAREHOUSE COMMISSIONEBS-CoirronTED. 

To traveliDff expenses, etc., of Commissioners, seoretary and elerk, 
in makinfi; inTestifrations, eto 



App. 



* * Hamilton Spencer, attorney, services in case of People vs. Chi 

cagoand Alton Railroad' Company 

' * R. H. Deqjamin, attorney, services in same case 

" " " " argument on rehearing of 
Mnnn & Scott case before Supreme Court, and as special 
counsel of Commissioners 

" R. H. Benjamin, for hln expenses in visiting Springfield for con- 
sultation with Commissioners 

* ' J. R. Rowell, attorney, services in case of People vs. Chicago 
and Alton Railroad Company 

* * R. P. Morgan, Jr.. expenses In suit, same case 

* ' Wm. Latkrop, attorney, services in case of People vs. Chicago 

and Northwestern Railroad Company 

" J. M. Bailey, attorney, services in same case 

* ' Chas. Wlieaton. attorney, services in case of the People vs. Chi- 
cago. Burlington and' Quinoy Railroad Company 

* • printing of legal briefs, etc 

* ' Wm. M. Springer, attorney. In puis for scorioes in case of People 

vs. Chicago and Alton Railroad Company 

' ' John M. Palmer, attorney. In part, for services In same case 

* ' Jos. Hart, expenses attending consultation of Commissioners. . . . 
* ' Jonmnl Company, schedules fainished for use in making inves- 
tigations, etc 

J. H. Epler, attorney, services and expenses in suit of People vs. 

Toledo, Wabash and Westdm Railroad Company 

John H. Oberly, expenses in attending meeting of consultation 
with Commissioners 

Amount paid for salary of seoretary, under appropria- 
tion 1871 ::....... 1789 40 

Amount paid for salary of Commissioners, under ap- 
propriation 1871-73 SO, 004 «1 

Amount paid for incidental office expenses, under ap- 
propriation 1871 9864 

Amount paid for incidental office expenses, under ap- 
propriation 1873 6,843 90 

Amount paid for suits, investigations, etc., under ap- 
propriation 18TJ 5,298 56 



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STATE Airo COUNTY AGRICULTURAL BOARDS. 



To 
For 

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Treasurer of State Board of Agriculture: 
appropriation to State Board of Agriculture for 1873. 

'• " 1874. 

County Agricultural Board for 18TJ. 

1873-4. 



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Adams 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign 

Clark 

Clay 

Coles 

Crawford 

Cumberland 

DoKalb 

I>ewitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 



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1874. 
1873-4. 

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1878-3-41 

1874. 

1673-4. 
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1874! 

1873-4. 
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Amount oarritd forward. 



1873 



1878 

1874 

1878 

1878-4 

1874 

1879-4 
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1874 
1878-4 

1874 

1878-4 
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Amoont. 



197.756 15 



1, S98 61 

500 00 
500 00 



500 00 

48 00 

300 00 

960 50 

100 00 
300 00 

900 00 
885 50 

900 00 

90aoo 

58 00 
940 00 
850 00 

57 95 



13.000 00 
3,000 00 
100 00 
900 00 
100 00 
900 00 
90O 00 
800 00 
900 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
300 00 
100 00 
800 00 
900 00 
100 00 
800 00 
900 00 
800 00 
800 00 
200 00 
800 00 
800 00 



ToteL 



13,676.30009 



$10, 100 00 



33,046 71 



13,681,701 6.% 



29 



[139] 



Statement — Gontinned. 





ACCOUNTS. 








App. 


Amonnt. 


Avuunt brouffkt fitrvord .............••.•.••■.........•••... 




110,100 00 


STATX AST} COUNTY AGRICULTURAL B0ARD6-C 


ON* 


TI5UCD. 








For ippfopriatioB to Falton oonnty Agiioiiltazal Board for 1873. 


... 1819 


100 00 


• • « " 


* Greene ** * 




1874. 


... 1»74 


100 00 


• • • 


* Grundy •• • 


« 


1873-4. 


... 1872-4 


900 UO 


•1 • 


* Hancock ** * 




1873. 


... 1073 


1(10 00 


> • 1 


Benderwn " 




1873-4. 


... 187*-4 


9U0 00 


• • « 


• Henry *' * 








1 




900 00 


•• t 


* Iroquois *' * 








1 




900 00 


• 1 t 


Jackson ** * 








< 




900 00 


• 1 » 


Jasper ** * 








1 




900 00 


■ • • 


* Jefteraon " ' 








i 




900 00 


• • * 


• Jersey ** ' 








( 




900 00 


* • < 


JoDavieoa 








( 




900 UO 


• > $ 


Kane 








* 




900 00 


> • i 


* Kankakee '* ' 








I 




900 00 


II 1 


Kendall 








* 




900 00 


•• < 


* Knox *' ' 








* 




90U 00 


> > t 


Lake 








« 




900 00 


* < t 


LaiSalle 








1 




900 00 


'• 1 


• Lawrence •• • 








• 




900 00 


• ' i 


Lee 








« 




900 00 


*• » 


* Livingaton " ' 








• 




900 00 


*> I 


Logan *• 








1 




900 00 


* 1 4 


* Macon " * 








• 




900 00 


I 1 ( 


Maouapin " * 








t 




900 00 


1 • 4 


Madison 








• 




900 00 


'* t 


* Marion ** * 








« 




900 00 


It ^ 


' Mason ** * 








t 




900 00 


' • 1 


Massac 








1 




900 00 


1 • 1 


' McDonongh " ' 








1 




900 00 


II 1 


* McHenry •• * 








1 




200 00 


1 » 1 


McLean 








« 




900 (10 


** « 


' Menard *' * 








* 




900 00 


*' t 


* Mercer ** • 








t 




900 00 


I < 1 


• Monroe •* • 








I 




900 00 


** I 


* Montgomery ** * 




1874 . 


'.'.'. 1874 


100 00 


II 1 


Morgan " * 
• Moultrie " • 




1873-4. 


... l87»-4 


900 00 


• • t 




1 1 


t « 


900 00 


• 1 1 


Ogle 




« . 


1 ( 


90U 00 


■• < 


Peoria 




1 « 


« < 


900 00 


' ■ t 


Perry 




1874 ! 


"'. 1874 


lOO 00 


1 < 1 


Piatt 




1873-4. 


... 1875M 


900 00 


1 « 1 


Pike 




1 1 


i i 


900 00 


• • 1 


Pope 




1874 ! 


... 1874 


100 00 


la 1 


* Putnam '• * 




1873-4. 


... 187»-4 


900 00 


1 i 1 


' Randolph ** ' 








t 




900 00 


1 1 1 


' Rock Island ** ' 








< 




900 00 


*• I 


* Sangamon '* ' 








« 




900 00 


11 1 


• Schuyler '* • 








1 




200 00 


II 1 


Shelby 








1 




900 00 


II 1 


Siark 








* 




900 00 


' * 1 


* Stephenson ** * 








1 




900 00 


II 1 


Tasewell *• • 








t 




900 00 


• • ( 


• Union ** • 








« 




900 00 


1 1 4 


• VemiiUon •* * 








t 




900 00 


II 4 


Wabash 








t 




900 00 


II ( 


* Warren *' • 








« 




900 00 


!• 1 


Wayne 
Whlteaide " 








• 




900 00 


" < 








1 




900 00 


< I 1 


wm 








( 




900 00 


** * 


WilUamson '* 




« 1 

• 


« 




900 00 


II 1 


' Winnebago ** * 




1874 . 


".".*. IB 


74 


100 00 


STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. 






To pay of mtmbera, officers and employeea, aMiion 1873. 




... 1873 


$10,053 40 

144 63 

11 50 

5,791 48 


" ttBTelinc exnenAflfl of niAeiA] fiommltiBA. ** ** 


i 


« 
t 
1 

. . . . 


"icefmwG 


hed, session 1873 




« 


rt «f menkberR. for unnainn 1874 






1 


• • W — — 1 — —— — - — ^ —^ — 








Ammint 


carried fonoard 




• « • • 





Total. 



|a.eei,«oi «s 



91,000 00 



1«,000 00 

tS^^l^.Mt 85 



[142] 



30 



Statement — Gontinaed. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward. 



STATE LIBBABY. 



To new boolcfl parchased 

' ' subsoripttoD to newspapen 

" traDBportation of paokaeea 

' ' blndlog books for State Library. 



SUPRSMB COURT— SOUTHERN DIVISION. 
To clerk'B salary as librarian 



postajce, statioBery, express charges, etc 

stationery, express chitfgea, postajse, etc 

Janit4ir 

sheriff for attendance on court 

appropriation for repairing and enlarging court hoose, etc 
' * furnishing court boose 



SUPREME COURT— CENTRAL DIVISION. 



To law books pnrohased for library 

'Janitor 

' stationery 

* postage 

* express charges 

' gasbniiied 

' articles furnished 

* furniture 

' sheriff for attendance on court 

* labor and repairs 

' water ren t 

' appropriation for rent of court rooms 

* ' ' leasing and fitting up rooms for court. 

* clerk for salary as librarian 



AmL paid for incidental «xpenM» under app. 1871 $1, 420 93 

•• •• " «« '• 1873 2,235 70 

" •• lanitor " " 1H71 377 25 

•• " ' " and librarian •' " 1871-3... 9o8 TO 

" leasing and fitting up rooms " 1872 1.604 15 

•• '* reutof rooms •* 1«73 1.895 j^.-V 



SUPREME COURT— NORTHERN DIVISION. 



To clerk, fbr salary as librarian 



» I 



• • 



" stationery 
" postage 



express charges 

' ' gas bnmed , 

' ' artldeH furnished 

• • books purchaseil for library — 
* ' sheriff, for attendance on court 
"janitor 



I i 



( « 
• « 



' ' appropriation for repairing and enlarging court housn 

Amount paid for incidental expenses under npp. 1^*71. . $501 31 

• * • * " ' • 1872. . 3, 000 00 

" *• 1873.. 3,022 85 
salsry of librarian '* ** 1871-3 575 00 
janitor •' " 1873.. 504 00 

repairing and enlarging " 1872.. 1,700 84 



< « 



STATE REFORM SCHOOL. 



To appropriation for current expenses 



i t 



' ' erection of work shops, fences, etc. . 

* ' onlnrging wash room, laundry, etc . . 

' ' draiiiiige of farm and improvements. 

Cbaa. Pollanl, prluci(»al and interest due July 1, 1872 . 



Amount carried foncard. 



App. 



1865 



1 1 

1 1 
I i 



1871 
1873 
1871 
1873. 



< I 



1872. 
1873. 



1871-3. 



1873. 
1872. 
1871. 
18T3. 



1871. 

1873. 

1871-2-3. 



1 1 
i • 
1 1 
I ■ 



1873. 
1872. 



1871. 
1873. 

1874. 



1872. 



Amount. 



1138 90 

140 25 

•7 45 

ISO 00 



$249 50 
333 83 
417 65 

2,068 43 

854 16 

36 00 

7,406 30 

4,298 68 



$1,321 28 

752 25 

1,099 85 

139 46 

124 25 

259 03 

392 91 

45 00 

13:t 00 

27 85 

lis 00 

1, 80.1 85 

1,604 15 

24U 50 

33:1 83 



•249 50 

\ta 50 

2.774 32 

26:< 62 

78 55 

615 20 

4(4 62 

I, 84? 81 

234 00 

22 00 

504 00 

1«700 84 



•90,000 00 

37,500 00 

9, 100 ."W 

4,800 00 

9,027 57 

12 30 



TotaL 



•2,719.901 63 



497 60 



15,064 55 



8.499 21 



9.904 00 



rx, 44i» .-r: 



•2 896,009 30 



31 



[143] 



Statement — ^Oontinaed. 



ACCOUITTS 



Amount brought forvard 



STATE HOUSB— NEW. 

To per diem of oommiatiioDen and aecretary 

' statioDery. faroitnre and other offleo expoiwea of commiMioners. 

' porter in 'commissioners' office 

•rentof ** •* 

* adrei Using and printing 

' commimionB of arrhitects and superintendents on expenditures. . 

* aervices of assistant snperinteDdent 

' ' ' superiDtendent of brick masonry 

' " employes for carpenter work, etc., and in measnring 

and receiving stone, brick, lumber, etc., and for night watch- 
nuin 

* modelers ot carred stone and other ornamental work, etc 

* architect and superintendent's traveling expenses 

* niinois Penitentiary for fumisbisg and dressing stone, on con- 

tract 

' W. D. Richardson, for labor and material in building, on con- 
tract 

' K. S. Bouton & Co., for iron beams furnished, on oontract 

' Brown & Schnider. for dressed granite furnished, on contract 

' David Johnson, fur furnishing and cutting stone for east portico, 
«le., on c«»nti-act 

' A. L. Ide, for heating and ventilating apparatus, on contract 

* J. Bretsand John H. Miller, for brick 

' John%. Oxley &, Co.. for sheet sine, on contract 

'FranrisA. Diew, for marble work and glass furnished on con- 
tract 

' Hairs Safe and Lock Co., for burglar-proof vault fronts 

' William Maybew. for roof sheeting 

' Kirkwood and Dunkley, for machinery 

' J. C. Lamb, for castins beams, etc 

' 0. F. Stebbias. for hardware 

* J. T. Smith & Co., for " 

'Berrinan ^ Kippon, for castings, iron plates, etc 

' E. Kriegh & Son. stoves, sine, etc 

' Rini^and. Viiicf^nt 6c Messervey, for plaster 

' Chicago Terre Cotta Co.. for ornamental work furnished 

' Hays Bros., for material and lalmr for sky Ugli ta 

*D. C. Brown, lead, oils, dry-stuff, etc 

' Kissonri Lead and Oil Co., for lead pipes, etc 

* Chamley Bro. & Co., for lumber furnished 

' R. D. Lawrence, '* ** 

' Shuck & Baker, for lumber, etc.. ** 

* Charles E. C4K>k, for doors furnished 

' J. S. Trwienburg. for lumber, sewer pipes, etc 

* Vredeoburg & Eilsoii, for window sash 

* J. S. Vredenbiirfr. Jr.. for cement pipe 

* A Stame n nd Soi is. for coa 1 

' Sprinslield Gas Light Co., for gas, cok<*. etc 

* D. Warren & Co., for roofing boiler house 

' Smith &, Eastman, for engine, lumber 

* C. R. Hantt, for lot on Monroe street 

* Evans 6c Howard, for flrie linings 

* articles fiirnisheil, water rent, etc 

' freight on marble, granite, aud other material 

Amount paid under appropriation 1871 |113, fi93 76 

* •• 187.J iWR,.'V.M13 

" " Sec'y of Board for salary, appropriat'n 1873 2, 000 00 



SALABIES— STATE OFFICEBS. 

To Governor, for salary 

for clerk hin '///////////////////.'.'.'.'.'. 



App. 



1871-3. 



1 1 



To lieutenant Governor, for salary. 
Amount carried forteard. 



167S 
1873 
1871 
1873 



1871 



Amount. 



19, 166 43 

666 94 

4m 00 

1,200 00 

671 03 

33, 173 77 

5,366 63 

1,950 00 



71, 075 37 
5.136 13 
1,944 'i3 

433. 068 97 

96,369 90 

105.944 33 

30,564 00 

6,331 10 
74, 736 05 
17, 793 65 
30,996 94 



23, 

3. 
o 

2, 

4, 



5. 
3. 
1, 

a, 

3, 
4, 

3, 
3. 
1. 



1. 

1. 

6. 

13, 
11. 



356 45 
155 00 
807 69 
334 05 
685 50 
311 66 
843 50 
931 70 
84-2 63 
43^ 09 
947 47 
500 00 

486 06 
y97 70 
031 00 
410 14 
987 34 
300 00 
919 44 
745 30 

487 85 
471 5.1 
3^ 61 
905 74 
000 00 
500 00 
319 36 
8-2(i 19 
745 33 



$4,000 00 
8.000 00 
8.083 33 
3,333 33 



Total. 



|i,8Sfi,009 38 



1,040.847 89 



17, 416 66 

467 22 



$3,884,7-ll 15 



[144] 



32 
Statement — Gontinaed. 



ACCOUKTS. 



Amount brought forioard 



SALABIES STATE OFEICSBS-Continubd. 
To Secretary of State, for salary as secretary and librarian. 



< « 



* I 

t • 
1 1 



for derk hire. 



To Auditor of Public Accounts, for salary. 



1 1 



t « 

I < 

I I 



* « 
1 1 



I i 



for clerk hire, 
t « • « 



To State Treasurer, for salary — 

• • ' • • • • • clerk liire. 

lit* < ( 1 1 ( * 



To Attorney GtoaeraL for salary 

• • clerk hire. 



It • t 



To AtJtiatant General, for salary. 



It • < 



« « 



To State Entomologist, for salary 

1 1 i I » I • • 

* * appropriation for illustrating report, and for office expenses. 

SALABIES-JUDICIARY. 
To Judge Supreme Court, First District, for salary 



« * 



I » 



< « t « 



1 1 



I ( 



To Judge Supreme Court, Second District^ for salary 
t t •< <• «t «« •« *i 






To Judge Supreme Court. Third Districti for salary 



• • t < 



I ( 



* t II 



1 1 



« < 



To Judge Supreme Court, Fourth District, for salary. 

il ti \ t tl II II t 4 



To Judge Supreme Court, Fifth District, for salary. 



1 1 It 



To Judge Supreme Court, Sixth District, for salary. 
II It 'i 11 II *t II 



To Judge Supreme Court, Seventh District, for salary, 
>• k I «i II It It If 



jnDOBS OF THE SUPERIOR C0X7RT OF COOK COUNTY. 



To Joseph E. Gary, for salary |8,03S 33 

*• 4,964 67 



1 1 



To Wm. A. Porter, for salary |a;910 33 

• • «« tl _^ _^ J jg«y ^ 

" S. M. Moore, vice W. A. Porteri deo'd,* for 'salary'. 11!! ^ 846 15 



Amount earriod forward. 



App. 



1869-73 

1S73-13 
1871 
1873 



1869-78 

1873-73 

1871 

1873 



1878*73 
1871 
1873 



1873-73 
1«T3 



1879 
1873 



1867 
1874 



1871-73 
1873 



1871-73 
1873 



1871-73 
1873 



1871-73 
1873 



1871-73 
1873 



1871-78 
1873 



1871-73 
18T3 



1873 
1873 



1673 

1873 
1 1 



Amount. 



$158 89 
5,697 33 
3,033 90 
9,347 83 



1373 19 
5,697 83 
3, 573 34 
8,763 GO 



$11.647 60 
3,163 08 
3,336 93 


$7,734 98 
3,691 67 


$1,000 00 
3,000 60 


$3,663 00 
337 00 
700 00 



$3,907 61 
6,675 71 


$3.310 69 
6.859 05 


$3,907 61 
7,003 39 


$3,740 95 
7,093 39 


$3,097 81 
5, 843 41 


$3,333 33 
6,666 66 


$3.334 39 
6,675 71 



$7,000 00 



6,894 31 



$13^894 81 



TotaL 



$3,884,741 15 



18.287 83 



lg,406 3S 



18,147 80 



10. 410 85 



3,000 00 



4.700 00 



9^583 33 



9.589 74 



10,000 00 



10.633 34 



8.040 83 



0.990 flO 



10^000 00 



$4,034,58810 



33 



[145] 



Statement — Gou tin ued. 



ACCOUKTS 



AtntHMt knmgiUfortettrd . . 



I •• 



SAIARIES-JUDICIABr-><:03niJfUXD. 
To J. A. J«mi«m, iaruAarj. 



f2,035 33 



JUD6SS OF THE CIRCtriT COURT OF CX)Ok COUNTY. 

ToE.& WimamB,foraaaM7 19,035 33 

•• 4,9«4 67 



>• it 



To WiL W. Farwoll, for salary UOSS 33 

•• 4.M4 67 



ToJrimG. Rogera, for salary tS^diO 33 

•• *• 4,964 67 



To Henry Booth, for salary $3,910 33 

•• 4.96467 



• > « • 



To Lambert Tk-ee, for salary 99,910 33 

4,08967 



* i 



To InAffi First Circuit, for salary 



• i < * • « 



To Jndf e Second Circoit, for salary. 



To Jiid^ Third Circuit, for salary 



To Jadge Fourth Circuit, for salary. 



To Judge Fifth Circuit, for salary 



• • » I 



App. 



1879 
1873 



To Jndge Sixth Circuit, for salary 



To Judge Seven th Circuit, for salary. 



I i 



To Judge Righth Circuit for salary. 



To Jadgs Ninth Circuit, for salary. 



To Judge Tenth Circuit, for salary. 



To Judge Eleventh Circuit, for salary 



Amount rarried fortoard 



1873 

1673 



1879 
1873 



1879 
lb73 



1679 
1873 



1879 
1873 



1879 
1873 



1873 
1873 



1879 
1873 



1873 
1873 



1873 
1873 



1873 
1873 



1879 
1873 



1879 
ItiTJ 



1873 
1873 



1879 
1873 



1879 
1873 



Amount. 



#13,694 81 



16,195 00 



$7,000 00 



7,000 00 



7,675 00 



7,875 00 



7,000 00 



$9,910 33 
4,089 67 



$9,910 33 
4, 089 67 



Total 



$4,094,566 19 



90,010 91 



$9,335 33 
4,964 67 



$9, 910 33 
3,947 01 



$3. 910 33 
4,089 67 



$9,910 33 

4,089 67 



$149 66 
4,964 68 



$9. 910 ai 

4.089 67 



$1, 935 33 
4, 189 67 



$9,910 33 
4,089 67 



$1, 935 33 
5, 064 67 



36,750 00 
7,000 00 

7,000 00 

7,300 00 

6,857 34 

7,000 00 

7,000 00 

5.107 34 

7,000 00 

6,195 00 

7,000 00 

7.000 00 



t4,155,725 08 



Vol. 1—10 



34 

Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward 



SALARIES-JUDICIARY— CoxnxuED. 
To Judge Twelfth Circuit, for salary 



To Judcc Thirteenth Circuit, for salary 



To Judge Fourteenth Circuit, for salary 



To Judeo Fifteenth Circuit, for salary 



To Judge Sixteenth Circui t, for salary 



To Judge Seventeenth Circuit, foraalary. 
To Judge Eighteenth Circuit, for salary . 



To Judge Nineteenth Circuit, for salary 
• » » » • « 



To Judge Twentieth Circuit, for salary. 



To Judge Twenty-flrst Circuit, for salary. 



To Judge Twenty»second Citxjuit, for salary. 



To Judge Twenty- third Circuit, for saUry . 

To Judge twenty-fourth circuit, for salary. 
II 1. II »« «i 11 



To Judge twenty-fifth circuit, for salary 



* t * » 



< I « • 



To Judge twenty-sixth circuit, for salary. 

CI «T II « * I i « I 



To Judge (old) t wenty.se venth circuit, for salary 
11 I . ( . . ) twenty-eighth " ' * " 



It < I 



( ♦ • ) thirtieth 
To State's Attorney Adams 



« « It 11 



oonnty 









AlexHnd 








Bond 








Boone 








Brown 








Bureau 








Calhoun 








Carroll 








Cass 



1 1 
I i 

I t 

I I 

I I 
( I 

I I 



App. 



Amount carried forward.. 



187S 
18T3 



1873 
1873 



1873 

1873 



1878 

1873 



1873 
1873 



1873 
1873 



1873 
1873 



1878 

1873 



1873 
IdTJ 



1873 
1873 



1873 
1873 



1873 
18n 



1873 
1873 



1873 
ld73 



1873 
1873 



1878 

• t 

• i 

1878-3 

I • 

• I 
« I 
( I 

I < 

I I 
« < 



Amount. 



Total. 



,$4,155,7-23 Oe 



$3. 910 33 
4,530 35 



11.935 33 
4,189 67 



18,910 33 
4,964 67 



$1,935 33 
4, IH9 67 



$8. 910 33 
4,527 17 



$3, 910 33 
4, 146 74 



$8,910 33 
4, 673 99 



$3,910 33 
4. 672 99 



$8. 910 33 
4.0tJ9 67 



$8. 910 Xi 
4. 964 67 



$1,03.% 33 
3. 457 33 



$1,909 79 
4,089 67 



$3,910 33 
3. S."-.? 33 



$8,044 84 
4 507 34 



$3, 47 j 83 
4,}I64 67 



$700 00 

803 30 
706 59 
719 78 
713 19 
H\'i 20 
719 78 
719 78 

804 40 



7.440 G8 



0,135 00 



7,875 00 



6,125 00 



7,437 50 



7,057 07 



7.5e9 33 



7,583 33 



7,000 00 



7.875 00 



5..')93 66 



5.999 46 



6,367 66 



6.558 18 



7, 437 50 

1.F93 66 
1.893 66 
3,184 34 



$6,687 98 ,$4,865.416 09 



35 



[147] 



Statement — Gontinaed. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amonnt. 


Total. 


il mount brought forward 




|6,i87 9S 

700 OU 

712 Od 
800 00 
673 M 
804 40 
706 59 
700 00 

700 00 

702 90 

713 1» 

703 90 
800 00 
^02 30 

713 19 
663 :» 
802 20 
768 50 
702 20 
710 78 

701 10 
802 20 
612 06 
8^20 88 

714 28 

700 00 

802 20 

803 20 

704 40 

701 10 
701 10 
803 20 

700 00 
697 77 

701 10 
600 00 

702 90 
702 20 

702 20 

703 30 
702 20 
702 20 
615 U5 
702 20 
710 48 
702 20 
717 58 
708 79 
702 20 
802 20 
702 20 
700 00 
702 30 
713 19 
796 67 
702 20 
802 20 
7F8 88 
702 20 
719 78 
702 20 
702 20 
800 00 
702 20 
103 30 
700 00 
700 00 
702 20 
300 00 
713 19 

702 20 
802 30 
717 58 

703 20 
703 90 


$4,365,446 09 


SALARIES-^JUDICIAKY— COXTIXUKD. 
To State's Attomej Champaign couBtv 


1873-3 


" " *' ChriatiAU 


-rf 








.. .. .. Clark 






Clay 

'• '* •• Clinton 










" " " Coloa 






" •' •• Cook 






" •* •• Crawford 






'* " •• Cumberland ' 






" " •• DeEalb 






" *• •• D«Witt 






•• •• •• Douglas > 

•• •• '• DuPags 

" •' •' Edgar 
•• •* •' I£<lwards 






■ 












'• •• •• Etfiugham • 






• ' •• Favette 






•' •' •* Ford 






" '• •* Franklin • 






•* «• •• Fulton « 






" •• *• Gallatin 






" •• •• Grf>eue • 






" •• *• Gruuiiy 

" '* •' UamiltoQ • 










" '• " Hancock • 






'• " " Hardin • 






" " " Henderson * 






• • •• Hoiirj 
'* " •• Iroauois • 
" " " Jackaon • 










'• •• •• Jaaper 

" " " Jefl'tsnten • 










" * • » ' Jerstiy * 






" •• " Jo Daviess • 






" " •• Jobusou • 






•' •• Xane • 






" •* Kankakee • 






" •' •' Kendall 






•• •' Knox • 






" •• *• Lake 






" •• •• La Salle 






" * * Lawrence • 






" " •• Lee • 






•• " '» Livin>i8ton • 






" " • • Lofran • 






" " •' Itfacon ' 






" •' •• Maciiapin ' 






" " •' l^Iadisou < 






" •* MarioD 






" '* •• Marshall 






•* ^anon • 






" •• •• Masaac • 






" »• '• McDonough • 
" " " WcHenry 

»• '* McL<'an « 














" •' Menard 






" «• •• Mercer • 






" •• " Monroe • 






•* " " Montgomery ' 






" " •' Morgan • 
" •• •' Moultrie 










" '• '• Ogle 
" •* •• Peoria 










'. .. .. p^rry 

" ** " Piatt • 










.. .. .. piij^ . 






*' •' •' Pope 
*• •• •• Pulaaki 










•* '* •• Pntnam ' 






•• " •• Randolph 






•• " " Richland 


1 




'* *' " Rock Island 






" '• *' Saline 

" " " Sangamon * 

Amount carried forward 












* • • « 


■ • • • 


163, S47 44 


#4.965,446 09 



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36 



Statement — ^Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



^pp. 



Amount brought forward 

SALAMES— JUDICIAKY— COHTIKUKD. 



To State's Attorney Sohayler county 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephennon 

Tazewell 

Uuion 

Yeimilion 

Wabaah 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

Whito 

Whiteside 

Will 

Williamson 

Winnebago 

Woodford 
' ' State's Attorneys of (old) Judidal Cironits. 



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SPECIAL STATE FUNDS. 
ILLINOIS CENTBAL EAILROAB FUND. 

To amount paid for principal, intorest, &o., of Stat« bonded in- 
debteoness, eto 

' * balance of 57th installment of intorest on Stato debt 

' < amount of School Fund interest orders for the year 1873, paid 
counties 

" amount transfexred to Canal Redemption Fund 



1875« 



ILLINOIS BIVEB IMPROVEMENT FUND. 

To amount p^d for purchase of ninety U. S. bonds $08, 037 50 

" " " express charges and oommissions on 

same 229 00 



To amoant paid sundry persons for labor and material iu coustract- 
ing lock and dam at Copperas Creek 



INTEBEST FUND. 



TooYer payments on collectors' accounts 

' ' payment of 54th installment of intorest on State debt. 

« • • • * IWfh ' ♦ • • • • 



55th 
56th 



• I 



' ' part payment of 57th installment of intorest on StAte debt (bal- 
ance of 57th installment paid fixim 111. Centrsl Kailroa<i Fund) 

' ' expenses of paying four installments of interest 

" amount of School Fund intorest orders for the year 1872, piUd 
counties. 



SCHOOL FUND. 



To over payments on collectors' aecounto 

' ' amount of School Tax Fund orders for the year 1873, naid ooun< 
ties ." 

' ' amount of School Tax Fund orders for the year 1873, paid coun- 
ties 

' ' Superintendent of Public Instruction, for salary 



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for clerk hire 



' ' office expenses Superintendent Public Instruction : 
Stationery, postage, funiltiire, rent of office, etc, 



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1871-3 
1873. 

I 4 

1872. 
1873. 
1871. 
1873. 

1871. 

1873 

1874. 



Amount. 



163,247 44 



717 58 
801 10 
714 28 
700 00 
COO 00 
801 10 
713 19 
713 19 

712 08 
695 55 
801 10 
701 
701 
701 
600 00 
717 58 

713 19 
800 00 
801 



10 
10 
10 



ToUL 



94,265,446 09 



10 
4,250 00 



IP, 687 87 
43,505 51 

56, 937 31 
512,620 77 



198.266 50 
55, 954 81 



$431 06 
59. 818 ;« 
52. 650 49 
50, 318 48 

8, 144 30 
3,300 62 

56,037 31 



$14.512 58 

1, 000. 000 00 

1, 000, 000 00 
2,916 66 
4,666 66 
1,250 00 
2,000 00 

372 64 
2, 000 00 
1.671 11 



76.951 7g 



021,751 46 



154,931 31 



231,660 54 



2, 029. .189 63 
|7,379,4;!0 83 



37 



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Statement — ^Gontinaed. 



▲ CG 



^N 



TS. 



Amount brought /ortoard. 



STATE DEBT FUND. 
To principal and iDt«r«at of State indebted qimm pnTobaoed. Refnnded 

stock. New Interoal Improvement stock. War Booda. etc 

" preminm on leold, and expenaea of paying principal and Intereat 

of State debt called in by procUunatioa of January 9. 1871. . . . 



CANAL REDEMPTION FUND. 

FOE REUEVlNa LIEK ON ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN 

CANAL. 



App. 



1871. 



To orer payments on coUectora" acoonnta 

' ' pay interest on bonded debt of the city of Chicaico 

' ' reeonatraction of brid^zes destroyed by Are. iu Chteajco 

" '* of public buildings destroyed by fire. In Chicago, 
being in fall ok approprlaUou of October SM, 1871 



LOCAL BOND FUNDS. 

DUBURBBMEXIB ON ACCOUKT OP RkGUIKUED UoXOtt Of COUimn, 

TowNSHipa, CmK0 AND Towsa. 



1871. 

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Coonty. 



Bond Fnnd. 



For what paid. 



Amount. 



Adams, 



Altxander 

• • 

Bond .....' 



Brown. 
Borean 



ChszapaigB 



14 



C]iristian 






Clwk 



City of Qoincy 

County of Adams 

To wnsliip of Keene 

Mendou 

Count3' of Alexander 

City of Cairo 

County of Bond 

Inc. town of Greenville. . . 

County of Brown 

Inc. town of Buda 

Township of Lamoille 

Ohio 

Walnut 

Coonty of Caas 

City of Beardstown 

! Iiic. town of Arenzville. . . 
Townalilp ot Cbaiupaigu*. 

Mahomet;... 

Scott 

' ' Urbiiua 

County of Christian 

Township of Btsar Creek. . 

Buukharl.... 



Int. 



• « 



Coles 



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I>eWiu. 



Johnson. 

J^"« 

** Locust 

May 

Pan* 

Ricks 

** Stonington — 

TaylorviUe.... 

County- of Clark 

Clay 

Township of Harter 

" LouiMville 

County of Colea- 

Township of East Oakland 

Matteon 

Conuty of DeWitt 

Township of Clintonia 

DeWiu 

iiixon 



Or principal^ int. etc.. 



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$34 79 

9.16. 368 00 

2:1, 149 70 

764, 304 70 



Total. 



17,-379,420 83 



133. 76.^ 37 



1169. 

96. 

9. 
4, 

6. 

3, 

". 

le, 

3. 

6. 

7. 

7. 
16, 
94. 

18. 
9, 
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14. 

11. 
1. 

1. 



AmouiU carried /arieard. . . 
* Late West Urban*. : Late Middlctown. 



5. 
1, 

3. 
13. 
90. 

4. 

3, 
21. 

7, 

6. 

I«. 
4. 



561 66 
613 54 
010 30 
041 41 
120 00 
790 00 
374 10 
640 00 
496 18 
015 QO 
078 33 
980 00 
:)55 00 
329 74 
992 70 
779 90 
T3a 95 
655 CO 
000 00 
260 80 
096 00 
286 00 
352 00 
528 00 
564 00 
901 00 
724 00 
G55 00 
128 00 
724 00 
271 00 
a*5 48 
9{^8 90 
090 00 
030 00 
li:i 49 
717 51 
909 00 
400 00 
395 68 
812 82 
200 00 



1.743,147 19 



1493,990 39 e9,456,33J 39 



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Statement — Gontinned. 



County. 



DeWitt... 
Douglas. . . 

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Johnson . . . 



Bond Fund. 



Amoufit brought f&rioard. 




Township of SautA Anna. 
TuDbridge. . . 

County of Douglaa 

Township of Areola 

" Bftwdre 

*• BuurlK>n 

Camargo 

Garrett 

IS'uwiuan 



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County of Edgnr 

Township of Embarras. 

Edgnr 



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Paris 

Prairie 

Ross 

Shiloh 

Young America. . . 

Inc. town of -Gray villo 

Township of Douglas 

Liberty 

• * Mason 

** Moccasin 

" Summit 

Teutopolis 

West 

Inc. town of Edgewood 

TowDshlp of Vahdalia 

County of Ford 

Township of Drummers' GroTe 
• ' Lyman 

* * Poach Orchard. . . 

Inc. town of Astoria 

Township of Astoria 

" Farmers 

Pleasant 

Vermont 

Woodland 

County of Gallatin 

City of 8hawueetown 

County of Greeue 

Inc. town of Greenfield 

WhitehaU 

County of Hamilton 

*' Hancock 

City of "Warsaw 

Inc. town of Csribage 

Township of Bear Creek 

St. Albans 

County of Henderson 

City of Oquawka 

Township of Lynn 

Western 

Gslva 

Inc. town of Gal va 

Township of Ash Grove. 

Belmont 

Concord 

Douglas 

Fountain Creek.. 

Grenard 

Lcivejoy 

Martin ton 

Middleport 

Milford 

Papiueau 

Prairie Green. . . 

Sheldon 

Stookland 

City of Watseka 

County of Jefferson 

Township of Mt. Vernon 

City of Galena 

County of Johnson 

Amount carried forward. . 



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$493,920 39. $9,456,333 38 



10.586 08 

5,H24 04 

U, 100 00 

14. 993 86 

450 OU 
2. eOO 00 
2.000 00 
l,fiOO 00 
3.000 UO 

9, no, 00 

1, 500 00 
640 00 
640 00 

7, 6UU Hi 
hOO 00 

1, ?fcO 00 
800 00 
S{:0 00 

See White Co. 
9.750 00 
1, 141 70 
S. 464 00 

1.005 00 

2, 010 00 

3. 014 50 
1, 823 10 
1,211 00 
7, 490 50 

28,400 0» 
3, 567 85 

4, 577 50 
4, 275 30 
1,909 00 
9, 908 00 
6, 735 00 
3, 035 00 

10, 072 28 

3. 015 00 
50, 348 45 

1,000 00 

8,281 20 

642 40 

2,007 00 

33,639 53 

22, 258 50 

10, 137 48 

2 030 50 

4.020 50 

4,020 00 

18,H97 15 

3,r>.M vn 

2. 804 40 

4.006 00 
900 00 

4,725 00 

489 05 

2, 815 00 

1,200 00 

4,264 00 

354 27 

C04 00 

1. 408 42 

2,100 00 

5, 815 00 
4, 144 00 
1,205 00 
1,106 66 
4, 425 00 

867 46 
1, 605 83 

10,079 20 
4.422 00 
7,770 33 

12,406 85 



9924,510 3» 119,456,333 39 



39 



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ftotemant— Continued. 



CoDnty. 



KAne 



Bond Fund. 



Amount Invnght fonvard. 



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Livingiiton. 



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TowDrthipof Aurnni 

Ibc. t«i\vn f>f St. Charles. . 

Township of Aroma 

GoDeer 

' * KRtikaktK) . . 

" Momonce... 

YeiIowh<Mid. 

County of Kpndall 

Township of Fox. 



KendiUl 

OaweKO 

Rio 

Bmce 

Dayton 

Onage 

Ottawa 

South Ottawa. . . 

Alto 

Amboy 

Hamilton 

Wyoming 

Amity 

Avoca 

Dwight 

Eppard's Point. 

Indian Grovo. .. 

Ifewtown 

Owego 

Ponuac 

Losan. County of Logan 

" TowDshipof ^toa 

'♦ ! " Mt. Pulaski .... 

" line, town of Mt. Pulaski 

County of Macon 

Township of l>ecatnr 

Mt. Zlon 






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Macoupin. 
Msdiaou . . 
2Jinhall.. 



Friends' Creek. . 
'inc. town of Virden . 






Uason 



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Township of Evans 

Hopewell 

Lacou 

Roberta 

Coanty of Mason 

Township of Havana 

Mason City 

Pennsylvania. . . . 

Sherman 

Connty of MeDonongh 

Township of Bnshnell 

Eldorado 

Mound 

New Salem 

Walnut Grove... 

County of McLean ■ 

Towocihip of AlUn 

Arrowamith 

Bellflower 

Bloomington 

Cheneys Grove.. 

Dan vers 

Downs 

Bropire 

Pa<Tna 

West 

City of Bloomington 

Inc. to wn of Say brook 

'younty of Menard 

Mercer 

Township of Abington 

Eliza 

• * Greene 

" Keithsborg 

' ' Mercer 

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For what paid. 



lot., or principal, int., etc 



Millersborg. 



Xmtmml carridd forward. 



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Amount. 



I9M.519 32 

96.465 90 

7,045 00 

7,900 00 

4. 8*24 00 

5,533 36 

4.5*24 no 

4,905 95 

9,947 00 

1, 014 00 

793 00 

950 00 

4, H94 00 

9,693 80 

1,409 00 

4. 949 00 
3.049 00 
1,330 00 
4, 4.'n 50 

791 41 
807 77 
5,400 00 
4.695 00 
1,710 00 
9, 6:)9 58 
9,615 00 
9,350 00 
4,100 00 
1.700 00 

9.599 00 
16. 689 38 

9. 815 00 
7,649 40 

440 00 

31, 318 08 

3,527 75 

400 00 

1.600 00 
6,000 00 
6,659 49 
7,981 00 
1,915 00 
5,887 5Q 
3.430 00 

94, 193 94 

7,568 97 

3,008 95 

1, 383 :« 

749 98 

99,158 51 
9, 473 75 
1, 156 00 
7,761 58 

9.950 00 
9,615 00 

99,388 88 
9, 837 81 
0,500 00 
8,587 75 

54,993 ^ 
^SiO 00 
7,9i*0 90 

9,oai 00 

15, 255 40 
5,609 97 
1,85.'> 00 
4, 103 60 
1,950 00 

19,035 89 
9,386 11 
1,850 35 
1,005 00 
790 00 
7, 03.^ 00 
1,180 00 
3, 169 59 



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$9,456,333 39 



11,499,039 97 $9,456,333 39 



[152] 



40 



Statement — Gontinned. 



County. 



Meroor 

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Monro« 

MontRomejry. . 

Morgan 

•* i'.'.'..'.'. 

If onltrie! ."..'.' 

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Piatt 

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Pike.!!!!!!!!! 

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Bandolpb 

Rook Island... 

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Saline 

Sangamon 

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Schuyler 

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4 4 

Shelby.*.'!!!.'!! 

4 • 
4 4 

Stark.!!!!!!!! 

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St. cuiV !!!!!! 
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Tazewell 

( 4 

4 • 

4 4 

4 4 

4 • 

4 « 

Varmillon — 

I 4 
I 4 

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4 4 
4 4 



Bend fund. 



AmowU brouffht /ortoard. 



1 1 

4 4 
( 4 



Township of New Boston. 
Perryton . . . 

City of New Boston 

County of Monroe 

" Montgomery... 

CHy of Lf tcbfieM 

* ' Jacksonville 

Township 15 X, 10 MV 

14N,9W 

Inc. town of Waverly 

County of Koultrlo 

Township of Dora 

' ' Lowe 

Sullivan.... 

S^BHbua 

Pino Itoek. . 

County of Peoria 

City oi' Peoria 

Township of Brimfield 

* * Elm wood . . . 

County of Perry 

Township of Beroent 

Blue Ridge. 

Montlcello.. 

Sangamon . . 

Unity 

County of Pike 

To^rnsbip of Xewbnrg . . . 

Pittsfield . . . 

County of Randolph 

City of Chester 

Township of CanoeCreek. 

" Mohne 

'* Book Island. 

County of Saline 

Inc. town of El Dorado. ... 

Couutv of Sangamon 

Township of Cai-twrlght . 

Springfield . 
' * Talkington . 

City of Springfield 

County of Schuyler 

Township of Browning. . . 
» • Frederick. . . 

County of Scott 

Inc. town of Winchester. . 

Citv of Windsor 

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City of Pekiii 

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17,060 OO 

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ll,4:t9 00 

6,535 00 
29,205 bO 

8,944 66 

7,944 90 
11.250 00 

5, 150 00 
1, 100 00 

50,810 71 

2, .'lUe 70 
4. 016 i)S 
3. 077 Od 
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6, ICO 00 
8. 040 00 

16,H:i3 10 

800 00 

S9,S44 65 

3, '80 44 
14. 240 82 

4.000 00 

19, i^39 6-3 

15. 316 46 

3,820 00 

1,809 00 

15, 8fi2 45 

6. 030 00 

4 !)66 60 

3, 4.'H) 51 

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5, 7J5 00 

80-2 00 

11,760 00 

0. 850 00 
1,901 00 

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2,010 00 

1. 110 OO 
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1, 573 81 

5, 443 73 

4-10 70 

18.341 43 

9,261 40 

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1 407 00 

3.613 00 

.l;3I8 00 

3.401 00 

4, 300 00 
34. 626 63 

6,100 00 
6,000 00 
P, 008 65 
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10,456,333 



12,048,832 76 t0,4;>6;233» 



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County. 


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12,048,832 76 

11, 380 00 
7,620 00 

724 00 
1,G0H 00 
4,020 00 
4, 006 40 
3, l:t6 00 

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19,456,333 39 


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County of Waaninston 


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28.214 26 , 


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1.055 00 
9,010 00 
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1, ^4U 25 
2,466 38 
1,910 10 
422 91 
9,018 58 
8.040 00 
4,000 00 

8.199 60 
10,081 79 

9,981 14 

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Grand total of warrants issued dnilng two years ending No 


y.30, 1874..|'ll,754,2«J06 



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No. 6. — statement of Warrants outstanding Bee. 1, 1872, and Nov. 30, 1874. 



Amount of varnmts outotanding Dea 1, 1873 

Amount of warranU issued from Dec. 1, 1872, to Xoy. 30, 1874, inclusive. 



Total 



Amount ot warrants returned to Auditor's office, canceled, to Dec 1, 1874 
Amount of (revenue) warrants outstanding Deo. 1, 1874 



tl 1.469 « 
11, 7:4, 382 06 



$11, 7e5. 744 "id 
11, 75^,831 41 

$8. 913 87 



No. 7. — /Statement of the conditimi of the Sclioolj College and Seminary 

Funds^ on the first day of December^ 1874. 



Amount of surplus revenue oredite<l to School Fund $3.15, fitlii 32 

Amount of 3 per cent, fund credited to School Fund 613,362 96 



Amount of 3 per cent, fund credited to College Fund. 
Amount of the Seminary Fund 



Total of School, College and Seminary Fund. 



Paid two years* interest, at 6 per cent., on the above funds, as follows : 

To the Normal University 

To the Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb 

Distributed to counties, as per table 



Total 



$948, 955 S8 

15(i. 613 33 

59.838 73 



$1. 165. 407 33 



$35, 1G8 M 

811 70 

113.874 63 



$130, MB 66 



No. 8. — Statement of fees collected and paid into the State Treasury^' by the 
Auditor of Public Accounts^ from Jan. 13, 1873, to Nor. 30, 1874. 



Date. 



Description. 



From Jan. 13 to Mar. 31, 1873. Insurance. 

Bond registration. 



6 mos. ending Sept 30, 1873.. 



6 mos. ending Mar. 31, 1174.. 



6 moe. ending Sept. 30, 1874... 



Insurance 

Bond registration. 



Insurance 

Bond registration. 



Insurance 

Bond registration. 



Total 



Amount. 



$11,855 00 
305 00 


$3,8:4 10 
1,368 50 


$13, 160 50 
570 00 


$3,597 60 
379 50 



TotaL 



$13, 160 00 



4,133 60 



13.730 50 



3,977 10 



$33,990 30 



No. 9. — Statement of State Indebtedness purchased by the Governor afid 
paid for with the Illinois Central Railroad Fundj from December 1, 
1872, to November 30, 1874. 



Date, 



1873. July 36. 
Aug. 8. 

1874. Jan. 7. 



From whom purchased, description, eto. 



F. W. Tracy. Cashier, Intomallmprovement Scrip No. 687>-a; principal, 
$100 00; Interest, $109 60 

Polly Bull, Interest Stock Certificate No. 1,910; principal, $648 48; in. 
terest, $4 OS ^ 

Edward Ruts. State Treasurer, War Bond No. 469 : principal, $500 00 ; in- 
terest, $13 93 

Totol 



Amount. 



$890 60 

646 SO 

519 93 
$1, 459 03 



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No. 10. 

8tatemc7it of State Indebtedness purchased by the Governor, and paid for 
icitk State Debt Fund^from December 1, 1872, to Xovember 30, 1874. 



Date. 



IsTi. Dec 11. 



Dec. 19. 

•• 19. 
" 19. 

19.. 

^^ Jan. a., 
•• 2. 

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•• 2.. 



2. 



1 1 



From whom purchased, description, etc. 



Amount. 



William Ridffely. Cashier. 67 War Boodt*. llOOench. N(m. 1>1 J4. »5:^2. 1C2S. 
r.»:t to 1399, inclusive, 15:il. 15:».2l6:) <164, 14*>2to 14!h. incliiMivc. l-KH 
to 1410, inclusive. 15C-2. 2015. '.^OIG. 21113, 2194. 19;!0 to 19 W, inciusi vt>. !(• >7. 
3123, 3125. 3146. 2149, 2161. S162.25e8 to 2j90. inclusive, 2111 to 2i2-J, iu- 
elusive : principal $(B. 700: interest |178 66 

La SuccesMioue de Mme. M. A. Butvui. etc. lOcertiAt-atos New lutiTiial 
Improvement Stock, $1,000 each. Nos. ^^0 to .')<>?». iuolnsive; prin- 
cipal II, 000 ; interest S375 ; (iiroclamation Jan. 9, 1 ri7 1 ) 

J. M. E. l*ie.vre. 1 certificate New Internal Improvement Stock. No. 
2229; principal |1. 4:)3 45 ; interest $U) lo: (nruclamAtion Jnn. 9. Ir71) 

W. h. Winans. 5 certificates New Iut«.>rn.al ln>provt>n)ent Stock. Xoa. 
5067.5491.5493. $1,000 each; No. 5490. il,3:)0, and No. 60t^, %1. JOO ; 
principal $5. 450 ; interest $204 37 ; (prochiuiutiou Jan. 9, IhTl) 

E. X. Bates.State Treasurer, 7 bonds Refunded Stock of 1^70. Xos. 113. 
132. '250. 260. 261, 4c9, 545 ; principal $7, 000 ; intere^tt $52 50 : (procla- 
mation Jan. 9, 1871) 

J. Bunn. 3.'> itouds Kefnnded Stock of 187{i, Xos. 18 to 21, inc]ti.>4ive. 38 to 
41, inclusive. 49, 70 to 74, inclusive. 76. 92, 99. 101 ; principal ^25, 000. . . 

J. Bunn, 30 Thornton Loan Bonds. Nos. 15. 23. 31, 46, :>0. 52, 58, 70, 71 76 to 
i 78. inclusive, bl, 95, 108. 128. 130 to i:i3, inclusive. 137, 140, 141, 143, 148, 

! 149. 151. 152, 157, 166 : prtncipal f30. 000 I 

>J. Bunn. 5 Normal University Bonds, Noa. 30,31,37,42,43; piluoipal 
•5.000. 



J. Bunn, 97 War Bonds. $1. 000 each, Nos. 961 to 963, inclusive. 51. XM, 
333, 64, 748, 749, .327. 970. 323 to 326. inclusive, 216 to 218, imlusivi.. 212. 
54, 855. 862. 887, 917. 909, 9:}2. 1039, 995. 669. 711. 713, .'8^. 225, 291, 120, 219, , 
164, 135. 141, 334, 85 to 87, inclusive, 710. 905, 623, ^M. Mi, 293. 213, 241, 663. 
966 to 969. inclusive, 964, 332, 655. 619. 6,''i8, 659, 586. 750, 936. 4.'»0. 5H7, 451, 
50.712,714,611,330,53.52,46 to 49. inclusive, 594.854.^53.994.90.993, 
992, 662, 664. 91, 211, 215, 709. 707, 343. 292, 224, 223 ; prinripal $97. 0(K) .... 

J. Bunn, 137 War Bonds, $500 each. Nos. 14 to 23. inclu8ive, 30 to 3:1, in- 
clusive, 36, 38. 40, 41, 46. 54. 55, 65. 66. 72, 82, 83, 106. 241, 244 to 24>^. inclu- 
sive. 287, 288, 309. 311, 312. 318, 343. 347 to 350. inclusive. 371 to 374. inclu- 
sive. 387, 398, 399. 406, 40H. 417 to 424, inclusive. 43t<, 473, 474. 500, .'^1. 503 
to 505, inclusive, 510, 518 to 521. inclusive. 525 to 529. Inclusive, .>.'> to 
589, incluaive, 591, 596 689,631,660.700.701,703 to 708, inclusive, 723, 
732. 766 to 769, Inclusive, 782, 784, 78.'), 788. 794 to 796, inclusive. 771, 772, 
787, 803, 811 to 813, inclusive, 817, 820 to 822. inclusive, 841, h42, 847, 849, 
851. 863 to 86.% inclusive, 868 to 870, inclusive, 872, 875, 87U, 940, 517 ; 
principal $68, 500 

J. Bunn. 226 War Bonds, $100 each. Kos. 26. 27. 34 to 36. inclusive. 45 to 
48. inclusive, .50, 51, 55, 59, 143, 171 to 173. inclusive. 199, 279 to 2^6. in- 
clusive, 288, 350. :i53, 364, 365, 396, 397. 404. 407. 409. 200 to 203. inclusive 
550, 654 to 656. inclusive. 665, 711 to 716. incluaive. 718, 743, 745 to 748. in- 
clusi%'e. 753. 809 to 813, inclusive, 1108. 1112 to 1116. inclusive, 1019, 10:20. 
1105 to 1107, incluaive, 1109 to 1111, inclusive, 1117 to 1122. iuolusive, 
1140 to 1144, incluaive. 1169 to 1173. inclusive, 1305, 1.306, 1313, 13-.:;^ 1324. 
1330, 1595 to 1597, inclusive, 1.599 to 1604. inclusive. 652, 1729. 1846 U> 
1861. inclusive. 1867 to 1871, inclusive. 1878, 1879, l.')98. HOJ to 1471. in- 
clnslve. 2018.2155 to 2159, inclusive. 22.39, 24:>5, 2438. 24;i9. 2441. 2442, 
2722, 2782. 2962, 2963, 2017, 2019, 2104. 2105, 2240. 1461, 24:tt), 2ft()9. 2618. :t3;)4, 
3496.3498,3499,3348 to 3252, inclusive, 3422, 3448, 3497. 3.'>00 to3.'>iH). in- 
clusive. 3519 to 3538, inclusive, 3582. 3692.37.57. 3775,4075, 40r6, 4341, 4;»45, 
4411,4414 to 4418, inclusive, 4342 U 4344, inclusive, 4376 ; principal 
$22,600 

J. Bunn, 49 bonds Refunded Stock of 1877, Nos. 1, 9, 10. 18, 61, 75, 88, 91, 
115, 117 to 119, inclusive, 135, I'M, 149, 161, 163 257 to 259, inclusive. 262 
to 264, inclusive. 272, 273. 363 to 365, inclusive. 411, 4:t2. 434. 436. 4H6 to 
466 inclusive, 479 to 483, incluaive, 485, 486, 490, 526 to 529, inclusive, 
577,578; pruicipal $49,000 

C. L. Higbee. Internal Improvement Scrip, No. 748 a ; principal $100 ; 
interest $196 50 

£. F. Leonard, Attorney, balance of Interest Stock refunded, principid 
$352 55; interest $2 



$6,878 66 

10, 375 00 
1, 444 20 

5,654 37 

7, 052 50 
25,000 00 

30,000 00 
5,000 00 



97,000 00 



6d,500 00 



22,600 00 



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52 



No. 12. — Statement of Bands ismed by Counties^ TatonshipSj Cities and 

act to fund and provide for paying the Bailroad Debts of 



County. 



Adams 



Alexander . . . 



BoDd 






Brown. 



Borean 



1 1 

4 « 



Cass. 



Champaign 



1 1 

( 4 

I ( 

I t 

< « 

• * 

I < 

I I 

• « 

• 4 
I t 



Christian 



1 1 

I i 

• t 

• I 
i t 
i I 
« I 

I I 
I ( 
I • 

4 I 
• «. 



Clark 

• » 

Clay. 



4 ■ 
I 4 
( i 



Issoed by. 



County of Adams. 
City 01 Qnincy . . . 



1 1 



Tp. of Keene . . 

- • 4 1 

Mendon. 



1 1 



1 • 



Co. of Alexander . . 
City of Cairo 

County of Bond . . . 



1 1 

t 4 



4 1 
« I 



Ino.T. of GreenTilie 
County of Brown . . 



4 • 



Inc. T. of Buda . 
Tp. of Lamoille. 

•• Ohio 

Walnut.. 



i • 



County of Cass . 



City 



of Beardstown. 

4 a 
« 4 



44 

i I 



Railroad aided. 



Qaincy and Warsaw . 

Northern Crosfi 

Qaincy and Palmyra. 

Qaincy and Warsaw . 



(4 
(4 



44 
(4 



Cairo and Vineennes 

44 44 



St. Louis, Tan. and T. H 



41 



44 
44 



• t 
44 
4( 



Northern Cross. ... 
(^uincy and Toledo. 



Dixon, Peoria and Hannibal. 
Illinois Grand Trunk 



41 
44 



44 
(f 



(4 



Inc. T. of ArenzTiUe 



Tp. of Urbana 

4 4 
4 4 

Champaign * 



4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4f 



14 4 4 

** Mahomet t 

4 4 I • 

I • 4 4 

•• Scott 

4 4 
4 4 
4 « 



4 4 



St. Joseph 



4 i 



4 4 



4 4 



County of Christian 

4 4 4 4 

Tp. of Bear Creek.. 

* * Buckhart. . . 

* * Johnson 

•• King 

•• Locust 

•' May 

" Pana 

14 4 4 



4 I 
I 4 
( i 
I i 



Ricks 

Stonlngtnn. 
Taylorville 



Pana, Springfield and K. W.. 

Illinois River 

Rockford, R. I. and St. Louis. 

44 44 44 

Rock Island and Alton 

14 14 .4 



Pana, Springfield and N. W. . 
Rookfonl, R. L and St. Louis. 



D.,I7., B. and P 

4. 44 44 

44 44 44 

Monticello 



44 
44 



D., XJ., B. and P. 

44 44 44 

14 4> 44 

Monticello 



D.,U.,B. and P. 



44 44 

41 14 



44 

44 



Pate. 



1870. Jan. 1. 
•• Julyl 

4 4 * ' 1 

4 4 * * 1 

i! 
1. 
1. 
1. 



t « 



1873. 



1 « 
(I 
1 1 
1 1 

(( 
t « 



1867 . Yarious mos. 

4 4 4 4 4 4 



44 



4 I 



( 4 



1870.AprUaO 



1868. July 1 
1866. '• 1. 



Principa], when 
payable. 



4 4 



1890 Jan. 1. 
" Julyl 
" 1. 

14 * * 1 

1880. *• l! 

4 t "1 

4 4 * * 1 

4 4 * * 1 

1892. Julyl. 

4 4 * * 1 



4 4 4 4 

4 4 4 4 



1869. May 1. 

1870. Dee. 1. 

1871. Jan. 1. 



1871. April S6. 
1857. Julyl... 

" Oct. 1... 
1860. Feb. 1... 

" Nov.l .. 
1871. Aug. 1 .. 

** Jan. 1... 
leeO.Aug. 17. 



1867. Oct. 1 



4 4 



4 4 



1869. Julyl.... 
1868 and after 
1870 Jan. 1.... 
1867.0ct 1.... 



County of Clark . 
Tp. of Marshall.. 

County of Clay . . 

4 4 4 4 

Tp. of Barter — 
Louisville. 



4 * 



Springfield and Dlinois S.E. 
Decatur and East St. Louis. 

•• 4t 44 

Springfield and Illinois S. £.. 
Decatur and East St. Louis. . 

44 44 4. 

Springfield and Diinois S. B.. 
Decatur and East St. Louis . 
Springfield and UlinoU S. £. 

• . .4 tl 

Decatur and East St Louis . 

•• .4 44 

Springfield and Illinois &e! 
Decatur and East St. Louis . 

St Louis, Tan. and T. H.. . . . 
Paris and Danville 



Illinois Southeastern. 

44 44 



44 
44 



14 
44 



1879. Jan. 1. 

1867. Sept 1 

•* Oct 1. 

1. 

1. 



1883. April 30. 



1888. July 1 
1886. ** 1. 



188». July 1 
1880. Dec I. 
1876 to 1880 
1881 Jan. 1. 



1691. April 98 
1877. July I .. 

•• Oct 1... 
1880. Feb. 1... 

'* Nov. 1.. 
1896. Aug. 1.. 
1891. Jan. 1.. 
1984. Aug. 17. 



4 4 
4 4 



4 4 



4 4 



1870. Feb. 8 

Julyl 

•• 1 

" Feb. 8 

•• Julyl 

4 4 ' * 1 

•• Feb. 8. !!!!!' 

*• Julyl 

•' Feb.8 

1873 June & July. 

1870. July 1 

4 ■ ' ' 1 

•* Feb.8.'."'.*!! 
•• Julyl 



Yarious 

1674. July 1 



1877 

4 • 
4 4 

1889 
1878 
1880 
1877 

4 • 
4 4 

188S 
1877 

4 4 
4 4 
4 4 



Oct 1. 

*• 1. 

•• 1. 
July 1. 
D«c. 1. 
Jan. I. 
Oct 1. 

•• 1. 

•• 1. 
Jan. 1. 
Sept. 1. 
Oct 1. 
1. 
1. 



4 4 

44 



1890. Feb. 
*• July 



4 4 

4 4 

4 I 

4 I 

4 i 



Fob. 
July 



Feb. 
July 
Feb. 
1893. July 
1800. *• 

• > 4 4 

Feb. 
July 



4 4 
4 4 



8. 
1. 
1. 
8. 
1. 
1. 
8. 
1. 
8. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
8. 
1. 



1869 Nov.l Rafter 

1870.May38 

April 1 

•• 1 



4 4 
44 



1879 and 1880. 
1884. July 1.. 



1890. Jan. 

4 4 .4 



4 4 



1. 
1. 

April 1. 
•• 1. 



•Late West UibttBa. t Late Middletown. 



yAIous dates 



53 



[165] 



Towns reffistered in Auditor^M Office^ in pursuance of an act entitled ^^An 
CountieSj TownshipSj Cities and TownSj^ in force April 16, 1869. 



InterMt -when 
payable. 



July 1, anm 
1, 

1. 
1, 

1, 
1, 

1, 
1. 



t » 
< I 

4 I 
( I 
li 
I* 
t » 



t 1 
I « 
»• 
« t 
** 
• t 



Jan. and July 1 



Various dates. 

<• » t ' 
April 30, ana. . 



July If aim 

.. 1^ ., 

»• I (< 

Decl. •* 

Jan.1, *• 

•* 1 41 
*» 



<1 
< * 



Julyl, 

April and Oct 

Aag. aiidreb 

Hay and Nor 

Ang. 1, aan 

Jan. 1, •» 

Aag. and Feb. 17 



Oct. 1, ana. 
*• 1, ♦* 

** 1. 
July 1. 

Dec 1, 

Jone 1, 

Oct. 1, 



Jan. 

Sept 

Oct. 



July 



*» 

41 



1. 
1. 

1, 
1, 

It 
1, 
1, 

1, 
1, 
1. 
1, 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1, 
1. 



I 4 
44 
4 4 
t 1 
4 4 
4 4 
44 
• 4 
44 
4 I 
44 
i 4 

4 i 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
4 4 
14 



Jan.and Jaly. 
July 1, ann... 

1, 

1. 

1, 



44 
1 4 



i 4 
4 1 



Annually .. 
Jnly J, ann 



July and Jan. I. 
*• •* 1 

Oct and April.! 



Rate 
of in- 
terest 



6 

« 

6 

< 

10 

10 

10 

10 

8 
8 

10 

10 

10 

8 

6 


10 
10 
10 
10 

« 

8 
7 

10 

10 

8 



10 

10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

8 
8 
8 

10 
8 
8 

10 
8 

10 
8 
8 
b 

16 
8 

8 
T 

7 

7 

lU 

16 



When registered. 



1870.Oct.98and3l. 

* * Sept. and Oct. 

•* Oct. 3 

4 t 4 4 Q 

* * • * fO.. ...... 

•« •• 39 I.. 

*• I>ec.37 

'» •• 27 



1872. Deo. S8. 

• • • « og 

1810. Apr. 15. 

"15. 

" "IS. 

1871. Jan. 4. 

1870. July 18. 
18. 



4 4 



1 1 



1870. Mar. 15. 

1871. Apr. 15. 
4. - 15. 

4. •* 15. 



1871.May « 

" Oct. 90 &^ after. 
1870. Mar. 3 A. after. 

" Feb. 34 Rafter. 

" Apr. 25 Rafter. 
1871 . Aag.l5 Rafter. 

*• JnlySl 

1870. Apr. 25 



1871. •• 7 & after. 
1889 DeG.31 Rafter. 
1870 Feb. 1 Rafter. 
1873 . June 20 & after 
1870. Jan. 4 A. after. 

4 1 * * 4 

1871. Aug.io! !!!!!!! 
*• Oct 28 

4 4 * t OO 

1872. Jan. 29!!!!!!!! 

•* June24&Oct.3 
1874. June 30 

•' May' 9 

May 9 & after. 



4 4 



4 4 
4 1 
4 4 
4 4 



187e.Mar.l4 

'• July28 

• 4 it (M 

Mar.22!! ."!!!! 

.July 18 

•• 28 

Mar.14 

'* Julv28 

•• Mar 14 

187.1 Various mne . 

1870. Aug. 23 

'* July 28 

•• Mar. 14 

*• July 18 



Denomi- 
nation. 



' * June 9 & after. 
1874. Nov. 6 



1869 . Nov. 10 &, after 

lS70.May3l 

•• 31 

1871.Jan. 9 



•1,060 
1.000 
1.000 

500 
1,000 

500 
1,000 

500 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



No. 



1.000 00 
1,000 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 
100 00 

1.000 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

100 00 

100 00 

1.000 00 
1,000 00 
500 00 
100 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
50 00 

1.000 00 
500 00 
100 00 
SOO 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 
100 00 
500 00 

1,000 OQ 
500 00 

1,000 00 
100 00 
500 00 

1.000 uo 

1,000 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 00 

500 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 

500 00 
1,000 00| 

500 00 

1,000 00! 

1.000 00 
1.000 00 
500 00' 
1. 000 00 

Various 
1.000 00 

1,000 00 

100 00 

1.000 00 

1.000 00 



900 

100 

15 

1 

5 
10 
10 
20 

95 
95 

33 

26 

52 

2 

8 
30 

15 
40 

400 
400 

45 
17 
69 
400 
22 
80 
16 
80 

37 
70 
77 
33 
40 

:t5 
43 
37 

25 

10 

10 

3 

14 

7 

20 

50 

10 

4 

10 
5 
2 
5 

10 
100 

)0 
5 

10 

.0, 

408i 
50. 



125 

249 

20i 
15l 



Amonnt. 



1900,000 00 

160.000 00 

15,000 00 

500 00 

5.000 00 

5,000 00 

10,000 06 

10.000 00 

95.000 00 
95,000 00 

33.000 00 

13.000 00 

5,200 00 

2,000 06 

8,000 00 
15,000 00 

15.000 00 
40. POO 00 
40.000 00 
40,000 00 

45, 000 00 
17,000 00 
34.500 00 
40,000 00 
11.000 00 
40. 000 00 
8,000 00 
4,000 00 

37.000 06 
35,000 00 

7.700 00 
16.500 00 
40,000 00 
35,000 00 

4.300 00 
18, 500 00 
2.'), 000 00 

5. OUO 00 

10, 000 00 

.300 00 

7.000 00 

7,000 00 

20.000 00 

50,000 00 

10,000 00 

2,000 00 

10.000 00 

5,000 00 

1,000 00 

5.000 00 

5.000 00 

100,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 

5.600 00 

20,000 00 

100.004 00 
50,000 09 

125,000 00 
24.900 00 
20.000 00 
15.000 06 



Ain*t of 



wbic 
has been 
redeemed 
and can- 
celed. 



$1,000 
2,500 
1,300 



3,800 
6,600 



9,000 



2.560 



3,000 



Amount ont> 

standing Nov. 

30, 1874. 



#200,000 00 

100.000 00 

15.000 00 

500 06 

5.000 00 

5.000 00 

10. 000 00 

10,000 00 

95,000 00 
95. 000 00 

32,000 00 

10, 50<) 00 

3,9<K) 06 

2.000 00 

4.200 00 
8.40U 00 

15,000 00 
40. 000 00 
40, 000 00 
40, 000 00 

30.000 00 

17. 000 00 
32, 000 00 
40. 000 00 
11,000 00 
40. 000 00 

8,000 00 
4, OUO 00 

37, 000 00 

35, (100 00 

7. 700 00 

l6,.^o(l 00 

37. 000 00 
35. 000 00 

4. :tOO 00 

18, .^oo 00 

25, 000 00 
5.000 00 

10, 000 00 

30(1 00 

7.000 00 

7.000 00 

20. 000 00 

50.000 00 

10, OOU 00 

2. 001) 00 

10. GOO 00 

5,000 00 

1.000 00 

5, 000 00 
5.000 00 

100.001) 00 

10 000 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 

20,000 00 

100. 004 00 
50.000 00 

125. 000 00 
24.900 00 
20, 0^ 00 
15 000 00 



[166] 



54 



Statement — 



County. 


Issued by. 


Kailroad aided. 


Date. 


Principal, irhen 
payable. 


Coles 

1 1 

II ' 

1 1 


County of Coles . . . 

Tp. 01 Mattoon 

11 It 

" EastOalcland. 

« 1 It 

County of DeWitt. 

Tp. of Clintonia.... 
1 1 It 

•* BeWitt.!!!! 

•• Nixon 

" Santa Anna. 
It 11 

II It 

' ' Tunbridge . . 
•• Creek 

County of Douglas . 

Tp. of^ArcoIa 

1 1 It 

" Boudre"!!!!! 

* • Bourbon 

* ' Camargo 

*♦ Garrett 

" Newman.... 
*• Tuscola 

•• Douglas.... 

** Liberty 

•• Mason 

* * Moccasin . . . 
'* Summit 

* * Teutopolis. . 
" West 

Ino. T. of Edgewood 

County of Edgar. . . 
Tp. orBruellet'sCk 

' ' Erobarras . . . 

•• Edgar 

" Paris 

II It 

'• Prairie!!!!!! 

'• Koss 

II It 

" Shiioh !!!!!! 

* • Young AmcT 
*' Sims 

'* Yandalia.... 

4 i ft 1 

• • • ■ 

It II 

■ * « « 

Countv of Ford 

Tp. of'Drum'ers Gr. 

* • Lyman 

• » PeachlOrch'd 

Ino. T. of Astoria. . 
Tp. of Astoria 

' ' Fanners .... 

' ' Pleasant .... 

*• Vermont.... 

•• 

•• Woodland... 

County of Gallatin. 
It II 

CityofShawn'town 

County of Greene. . 
II II 

• • 

Inc. T. of Greenfield 
Wh. Hall. 


Terre Haute and Alton 

Decatur, Sull. and Mattoon . 
It II 1 1 

Paris and X^ecatvr ,-.- 


1853.Jan. 1 

1871 July 1 

It 1 . •* 

" Apr.vo!!!!!! 

** 20^. 

•' Julyl 

II * * 10 

1872.Sept. l!!!!!! 

1871. July 1 

1 1 II ■* 

1867. Oct. 1. !!!!!! 
II ' ' 1 
It ' ' 1 

1S71. Aug. & Sept i 
" Julys 

1872. July 10 

1871. Mar. 1 

II It « • 

'• April*.!!!!! 

1873 July 1 

1872. •' I 

" •• 10 

it It 1 

t 1 It i " 

1809. " tfcNoT.l 

1871. •• 1 

1370. June 1 

1869.JuIyl&after 

" Nov.&Julyl 

•• July&Nov.l 

1871. Sept. 1 

1870. June I 

1872. Julyl 

1873.ApiillS.... 
1»71. April 20.... 
1873. April 10 .... 
1671. Mar., vari's 

1872. July I 

1873 April 10.... 

1872 Julvl 

1873. May 2 

*• April 10.... 
" • ' 10 

1872 July 1 

1868. June 1 

•* Julyl 

It ' ' 1 

1872. Jan. 1 

1871. Julyl 

" May 24 

*» " 25 

1870 June 15 

" Mar. 1 ...... 

" July 30 

18C8 " 1 

f 1 ' ' 1 

1870. June i!!!!!! 

t 1 It « 

' ' Jan. 1 &after 

1871. '• 1 

1872. •• 1 

1870. Mar. 1 

1857 Sept 10 

1870 Fob! 

•• Aprill 


1873 Jan. 1 

1891. July 1 

1 1 1 . -9 

ISH.Mar.l !!!!!! 

If f 1 t 

1891. Julyl 

It It 1 

1882 and 1892!!!*'. 
1891 July 1 

II 1 1 |A 

i877.o«t. 1.!!!!!! 
II 1 1 1 

ft * ' 1 

1891 Ang.&Sei4i'i 
' JiilyS..r.. 

1892 "10 

IdFl.Mar. 1 

II It 1 

It II 1 

l««2.Jaly 1 

1887. *• 1 

•• •• 10 

( t Ik -I 

I ( * ^ 1 

1884. •• & Kov. 

1891. •• 1 

1890 June 1 

1884 July & Nov. 

I I It .1 

II It t « 

1801 Jan. 1 

1880. June 1 

1889 July I 

1883 April 15 .... 

1881. Mar. 1 

18«3. April 10 

1881 Mar. 1 

1882 Julyl 

1883 April 10 

1882 Julyl 

1883. Mav2 

" April 10 

'■ 10 

1882 Julyl 

1883. June 1 

•• Julyl 

II • ' 1 

1P82 Jan. 1 

1891. July 1 

1881. May 24 

1891. •* 25 

1800 June 1 

" Mar. 1 

" Jttae 1 

1883 J%ilyl 

• t It « 

1800 June l!!!*.l! 

It It 1 

•• Jan. 1 

1891. •• 1 

1892. •* 1 

1880. Mar. 1 

1875 Jan. 1 

Various 


1 1 


It 11 


DeWitt 

• t 

1 1 
1 1 
1 1 

I > 

I I 


Gilman, Clinton and Spr'Id . 
It II II 

H.. M. CitT. L. and Eastern. 
Gilman, Clinton and Spr'Id.. 
H., M. City, L. and Eaatern. 

D., IT. B. and Pekiu 

1 1 II 


1 1 


II It 


1 1 
1 1 

Douglas 

1 1 


Gilman, Clinton and Spr'Id.. 
H., M. City, L. and Eastern. 

Indiana and HI. Central 

Paris and Decatur 


1 1 


It It 


1 1 


It It 


1 1 


II II 


1 1 
1 1 

1 1 
. t 

Effluj 
Edsa 


eham . . . 

r . . 


Indiana and Illinois Central 
It .1 II 

It ft It 

* t It 1 1 

St. L., V. and Terre Haute . . 

Spr. and 111. Sontheastem . . . 
11 It II 

St. L., Y. and Terre BLaule.! 

Ik « ft i 1 

• ■ 

(1 II ft A 

Illinois Southeastern 

Spr. and HI. Southea8te?n . . . 

Paris and DnnvUle 


1 1 


Indiana and HI. Central 

Paris and Decatur 


. 1 
1 1 


Indiana and 111. Central 

Paris and Decatur - . . 


1 1 


Paris and Danvillo 


1 1 
1 1 


Indiana and HI. Central 

Pnrisand Danville 


i 1 
1 1 


Indiana and HI. Central. .... 
II 1 . 11 

11 * 1 » It 
Paris and Danville 


Fayette 

t » 

Ford 

1 1 

I < 

I I 

Fulton 

1 1 

< t 

1 1 

1 1 

It 

1 1 

Gallatin 

1 1 

1 1 

Greene 

1 1' 


Si L., V. and Terre Haute. . 
1 1 It > 1 

1 1 1 1 It 

Lflfayette. R and Miss 

Gilman, Clinton and Sprld.. 
It 1. 1 1 

* 1 II It 

R., E. L and St. Louis 

II It 

Peoria and Hannibal 

11 II 

R., R I. and St. Louis! !!!!!! 
1 1 II 

Illinois Southeastern 

St. Louis and Southeastern. . 
» t 11 

R., R. L and St. Louis 

Jaclssonv., Alton and St. L. . 

R.. R I. and St. Louis 

It II 


1 1 


ISOO.Feb. 1 



55 



liOl] 



GoDtinued. 



InterMt. 
payable. 



Jaly and Jan. 1 . 

" 1, «iu 

' I, 
Marl. 

* 1. 



•' 1. 
Sept I, 
July 1. 

• 1. 
Oct. 1. 

,'■ *' 
July 1, 

* I. 



Rate 
of in. 
t«reai 



• * 10. * • . . . 
Mar. and Sept. 



Jnly and Jan. 1.. 

•' I. ann 

W. 
1. 
I, 



• I 






" and Nov. 1, ann.' 

Jan. and July 

l)ee. and Jane I 

Jaly and "Sov.^ ann. 

•' !. ann 

" and Not., ann.. 

Jan. 1. ann 

June 1, '• 



Jnlv I. '* ... 
Apill 15. • • . . . 
Mar. and Sept 
April 10. HUB. 
Mar. 1. 
July 1. 
April l», 
Jnlr 1. 
Majr i, 
April 10. 
" 10, 
JnlT 



1 1 

t * 



1 1 



June 1. 
July 1, 

•• 1, 

Jan. 1, 
July 1, 

" I, 
•• 1, 

June I, 
Mar. 1, 
Jnue I, 
Juiy 1, 

r" *' 
Jan« 1, 

•' 1. 



Jan. and July 1. 
1. 
I. 



1 1 

• i 
I t 

I I 
t i 
i « 
I > 

t t 
t i 
t t 
I > 
( < 
I t 



» t 



J«'ly I, ann. 

Jan. t. • • . 

Keb.l. •• , 

'1, •• . 



« 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
8 
10 

7 
8 

10 
8 
7 
7 
8 

10 
8 
8 
8 
7 

10 
10 
10 

10 

8 

10 

10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

8 

7 
8 

8 

6 

8 

10 



When registered. 



Denoml- 
naliou. 



1i?72 Mar. .10 

If<71 July 27 

l.-^T^ Ap. 17 Rafter 

l»»72 Ap. U 

•• " 11 



1871 Sept 18 

" 14 

1872 •* 81 

lH7i July 5 & after. 

l'57i Oct. S« 

leiTO Aug. 2 6c after 

» • t ■ Q • • 

< t It O • ' 

1871 " 21&Sep8 

1872 Dec. 12 

'• July 17 

•• Alai-.O 

•* '• 6 

•• UprilW 

1873 Jnly 5 Sc after. 
liJ72.Joly 17 

*• •• 17 

•• •• 17 

•• *• 17 

il8T0 Sept. 1 

1H72 Mar. 6 

1870. Aug. 29 

•• Sep. l&Novll 

• • * * 1 

1871 *• 28!!!!!!.'.*. 

1«70. •• 19 

1872 JulvlO 

1&73 April 24 

1872 Feb. 22 Sc after 

1873 May 15 

1871. Oct. 17 Rafter 

1872 July 10 

1873 April 24 

1872 July 10 

1873.Alav3 

• April 24 

" " 24 

1874 Oct 6 



1870 April 29 

• ' 29 

•• " ao&after 



1872. Mar. 30 . 
H71 July 13. 

" May 26. 

*' " 85. 



1870 July 6 . 
" '•16. 
'• Aug. 10 
'• Mar. 15 
" 15 
Oct. 89. 
July 6 . 



t ( 



" Mar. 31 & after 

1871 Jan. 6 

1872 Feb. 17 



1870 June 18. 
•• JulvU . 
•• April 25. 
•* 25. 



I « 



No. 



$1,000 00 
500 00! 
100 00 ' 
hoo 09 
100 on, 



1,000 

1,000 

1.000 

500 

1,000 

100 

500 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 



OOi 

00 

00, 

00 

00 

00 

00| 

00 

00 

00 



l.OCO 00 
500 00 
100 00 
500 00 
500 0<i| 

1, 000 ro I 

1,000 00 1 
1,000 001 
1.000 OOi 

1,000 OOi 
500 OOl 

1,000 00 
500 00 

1. 000 M 
.'lOO 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 

1.000 oo; 

1,000 00 
500 00 
1, 000 00 
500 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 
1.0n0 00 
1.000 00 
1.000 00 
1, 000 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 
100 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 
.■tOO 00 
500 00 

1.000 00 
1,000 00, 
500 00, 

100 no, 

100 00 
500 00 
500 00 

1.000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 OOl 

500 00 
500 00 
oOO 00 
500 00 



83 
i-O 

9:> 
no 
am 

175 
50 
.50 
bO 
2."» 
65 
37 
25 
30 
30 

80 
100 
200 
60 
70 
15 
13 
12 
20 

50 
10 
10 
10 
•10 
30 
90 
10 

92 

8 

50, 

12 

100 

21 

10 

5 

12 

101 

12 

4 

23 

30' 

28i 



142 
85 
50 
46 



I 



10 
50, 
70; 
150 
300 
48 
30 



200 

lOO^ 

85 

100 

4 

8 

SO 



Amount. 



I Am'tof 
I prinoipal 
' which 
I has been 
■ rodeem'd 
and can. 
celod. 



#25,000 00! 

40.000 00; 

9, ;V}0 00 

5.'>. 000 00 ; 

20,000 00 

175, 000 00 
50.000 00 
50.000 OOI 
40.000 00| 
85.000 00 
6.500 00 

lasoo 00 

3.5. 000 00- 
30, 000 00 
30,000 00. 

• I 
80.000 00- 
80,000 00 
20.000 00 
•M), 000 00 
35. 000 00 
15.000 00 
13.000 00 
12.000 00 
90.000 00 

50,000 00 
5,000 00 
10.000 00> 
5,000 00 
10.000 00 
15,000 00 
10.000 00 
10,000 00 

92.000 00 

8,000 00 

25.000 00 

12.000 00 

50,000 00 

21,000 00 

10.000 00 

5.000 00 

12.000 00 

10.000 00 

12. 000 00 

4,000 00 

83,000 00 

15,000 00 

2,800 00 

142, 000 00 
42,500 00 
25,000 00 
23,000 00 

10.000 00 
50.000 00 
35,000 00 
15. 000 00 
30.000 00 
84, 000 00 
15,000 00 

200.000 00 

100.000 00 

25,000 00 

50.000 00 
3,000 00 
4.000 00 

10,000 OOl 



$25,000 



3,000 



Anionntnnt- 

atanding Nov. 

30, 1874. 



$40. 000 00 

9.500 00 

55,000 00 

90,000 00 

175, 000 00 
50,000 00 
50,000 00 
40,000 00 
35,000 00 
6.500 00 
18, 500 00 
85^000 00 
30, 000 00 
30,000 00 

80.000 00 
80,000 00 
80.000 00 
30,000 00 
35.000 00 
15.000 00 
13.000 00 
18.000 00 
90,000 00 

50,000 00 
5,000 00 
10.000 00 
5.000 00 
10.000 00 
15.000 00 
10.000 00 
10.000 00 

92.000 00 

8,000 00 

25, 0(K) 00 

12. 000 00 

50, 000 00 

21.000 00 

lO.OlK) 00 

5.000 00 

12. 000 00 

10. 000 00 

12.000 00 

4,000 00 

23, 000 00 

15.000 00 

2.b00 00 

142.000 00 
42. :,O0 00 
85.000 00 

23, 000 00 

10.000 00 
50,000 00 
35.000 00 
1.1. OOO 00 
27,000 00 

24. 000 00 
15,000 00 

2C 0,000 00 

100. 000 00 

25,000 00 

50.000 00 
2.000 00 
4.000 00 

10.000 00 



[168 J 



56 



Statement — 



County. 



Hamilton 



Hanoook. 
» » 



* I 
« « 

* i 
( t 
1 1 



Henry. 



Iroq 



nois. 



tTeffereon . 



• I 



iMaed by. 



County of Hanilltoo 



1 1 
» » 

• a 



Hancock 



» * 



Tp, of BearCroek.. 

Inc. T. of Cart base. 
Tp. of t>t. Albaua. . 



Inc. T. ofGalva. 
Tp. of Galra... 



t 4 

« • 

t • 

> t 

I t 

I t 

i • 

t t 

t t 
It 

• t 
t t 
t t 
« t 

• I 
I t 

< t 
i t 

< < 
« t 
t I 
I I 
t « 
I t 
t I 
t « 



Lynn... 
Western. 



• t 

1 1 



Ash Orovo 

Belmont. .. 
Cunvord. .. 
Diiuglas . . 
Fo*nt.Creek 

Grenard ... 
LovHoy . . . 
Altddleport. 
Milfora 

Martinton.. 

Papineau . . 

PralricGreen 

• 

Sheldon 

Storkland.. 



(coupln. 
Jersey & Ma- 
Johnson. 



Kane 

I ( 

I I 
II 



Kankakee. 



Kendall. 



City of Wataeka. . . 

County of Jeflferson. 
Tp. of" Mt. Voruon 

Inc. T. of Brighton. 

County of Johnson. 



Satrioad aided. 



St Lonla and Sontheastern 
Ernnsvillu and Southern IIL 

MisaiHSippi ami Wabash 

• I • I 

. « • . 
< I II 

• • • • 

Qniney and Waxvaw 



1 1 
1 1 
1 1 



*« 
t < 



Peoria and Rock Island. 
It t • 

I • II 

R.R. I. and St. Louis..! 

II II 

PeeHa and Itock Island . . 



II 
II 



•I 
II 



Chicago, Danv. and Vino. . 



Gllman, Clinton and Spring 
Cliioago, Danv. and Vine 



II 
II 
11 
ti 
II 
II 
II 
II 
ii 
ii 
I. 
II 
II 



II 
II 
II 
II 
Ii 
11 
II 
I. 
II 
II 
II 
It 
•I 



II 
Ii 
It 
II 
II 
It 
II 
i> 
II 
11 
II 
II 
II 



••\- 



Mt. Vernon 

St. Louis and Sontbeastem.. 



R., R. I. and St. Loois. 
Cairo and Vincennes . . 



Tp. of Aurora Ottawa, O. and F. Riv. Val. 

Chicago and Iowa 

St. Charles 



Inc. T. St. Charles. 



Tp. of Aroma 



1 1 
1 1 

« I 
1 1 



• I 

Gnnoer 

Kankakee. . 
>fonience . 
Ycllowbead 



Kankakee and Indiana. 



1 1 
I « 
1 1 



Knox.. 
LaSallo 



Count V of Kendall. 
Tp.ofKojc 

Kondall 

Oswego 



I « 
1 1 



Rio. 



Chicago, Danv. and Vino. 
Kankakee and Indiana . . . 
Chicago, Danv. and Vino. 



II 



Ottawa, a and Fox Kir. Val. 
•« II I. II 



II 
II 



II 
Ii 



I. 

• I 



II 

II 



R.. R. I. and St. I^uis 



1 1 
1 1 
1 1 
1 1 
1 1 
1 1 



Brnoe I Ottawa. O. and Fox Ui v. Val. 

• ' I Fai rlniry , Pon tiac and N. W. 

Davton k)tUwa.'o. nnd Fox. Rlv. Val. 

OsAge " *• " '• . 

" St. L.. Jacksonville and Chi 

Ottawa Ottawa, O. and Fox Klv. Val 



Date. 



Piiucipal. w' 
payabW. 



1871. Oct. & Nov. 1891 Get A Nox. 
Icj7:) Jau 1 I ItSii Jan i, 



1865-71 Jnly 1. 
Various 



1870 July 1 

It I • •* 

i 
1. 
1. 



»i 
* * 
1 1 



•I 
» I 
I » 



168V9t Jnlyl. 
Varitiua 



18t».July 1 

1. 
1. 
1 



1 1 
» I 
I « 



1 1 
1 1 
1 1 



1871 Jnlyl 1891 Julyl.. 

m\8 July I I Various ... 

*• •• 1 !lf*8l July 1 

1871. Feb 1 Various 



1810 Nov. 17. 

1868 Julyl.. 
II I * J 

1 1 4 II i' 



Mm Oct 1.. 

VwrlouB 

1878. July 1. 
1. 

1876 July I 
. • It I 

1881 July 1. 
lt*71 Junw 1 llf*t<l JuiM 1 



1871.Julyl... 
1 1 II 2 

lt»7l Mar. fti. 



1871 Mar.ll 

1871. July I... 
II II I 

1871. Mar. 2:K.''! 

1871. Mar. 31... 

1871. Mar. 2^... 

1871 Mar. 30... 

" 30.., 

1873. Jnlv 1 ... 

1871 April 13.. 

1871. July 1.... 
1 1 t • I 

187 I.June 1.!.! 
1871. Aug. 15.. 
•• •• 15... 
1871. Feb. 1... 



1869 Deo. 1. 
1871. July 1. 

1870. April 5. 

1872 Dea 3. 

18<i9 May 1 

1870 Xov.25. 
1870 June 22. 

•* *' 22. 



Various. 



lH(i9 Juno 1. 
1871 Nov. 1. 
I8G9 June 1, 
lalSQ Oct. 11. 

IPfi9 May 4 

It It A 

> I II A 

18fiU May 3. 



1870 Nov. 4. 



1870 Oct. 22. 

1871 Oct. 9. . 
18.19 May 1. 
1HG9 May 22. 
\KfO Nov. 25. 
18ti9.May 1. 



1891 Mar. 11 

18t*l Jnly 1 . 
II II J 

It I i I 
Various 



i t 
1 1 
i I 



1883 July 1. 

VariouH 

1879 July 1 
1 1 • I I 

1881 June 1 

Varionn 

1872 Mar. 1 
Vat'iout) . . . 



1889 Doc. 1. 
1891. July 1. 

1890 A prill. 
1892 Dm. 3.. 



Various. 

i t 

1 1 



1883 and 1884. 
Various 



I • 

I I 
i I 

1 1 
1 1 

f 1 1 
1 1 
1 1 
1 1 



1890 Oct. 1. 

18fl0 July 1. 

1891 July 1. 
Various 



1890 Nor. S5. 
Various 



67 



[109] 



Continaed. 



Istomt, when 
pAyable. 



JuLandJoly... 

Jaly 1, aoB 

•• 1, *• 

" 1, •• 

«i I « I 

*! - - . - . 
•• 1, '• 

•• 1, •• 

■ • f i I 

•' 1. •• 

" 1, •• 

•• 1, •• 

• •1 t « 

Feb. l^mim 

Oct. l,muu. '.'.'.'.'. 
July 1, aim 

• I I 4 t 

»• 1 tt 

*» - - . . - 

•• 1, •• 

••I ( • 

*1 • . . . . 

" 1, •• 

June 1, azm 

Jaa.1, ann 

Juljl, ann 

** 1, •* 

*f . • - • . 

Jane 1, ann. 

Julyl, ann 

" 1 •• 

Mar. 1, ann..!!.! 
July 1, ann 

> ' I n 

• t • ■ • « « 

June 1, aim 

Mar. I, ann 

*t . • . . . 
•• 1, *• 

Dec 1, ann 

Jan, and July 1. 

Apxill, ann 

Jnly and Jan. 1. 

July 1, ann 

▲pro, ann 

*' 1, •• 

July L ann 

Jan« 1, ann 

Jaly 1. ann 

Jane 1, ann..... 
Mar. 1, ann 

July 1, ann 

*• L " 

•• 1, •• 

•* 1, •* 

Oct, 1, ann 

Jnly 1, ann 

•»! . . . . . 
•• 1, '• 

Nov.Sa, ann 

Julyl, ann. 



Kate 
of in- 
terest 



7 
7 

6 
6 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 

8 
8 
8 

10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

8 
6 

8 

8 

10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
16 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 

8 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



When registered. 



1871 Not. la^ Dee. 5 
1872. Feb. 17 

*73.Janel6 dlt JalySS 
1873 Aug i & after. 

ItiTiSept. 3 

1870. Oct. 85 



i t 

t ( 

t ( 

t « 



t t 

( I 

I t 

t t 



fa. 

35. 
35. 
85. 



1671 July 11 

,l87S.Oct. 30 Rafter. 
1 1873 Oct 17 

1871.Feb.4 

1874. Not. ai!!!!!!! 

1873. Jan. 30 

•• »• 30 

•* •• 30 

1871.Sept. 9 

' * ' * o 

1871.Jaly6.!!!!!!!! 

1871.O«t.80and84. 

1671. Mar. 28 

1871. Sept 11 

•' ** U 

1871. July « 

1871.Sep.83&Nov.99 

1871. July 6 

1871.Jnly26 

'• 86 

1 1878 Sept 10 

'1871. Aug. 86 

11871. Sept 88 

I '• •* 83 

'1871. Oct 80.!!!!!!! 

1871. Sept 14 

•* '• 14 

1871. July and ^ or. 

leaO.Decll.. 

1671.Sep.6&Octaoi 



1870. June 18. 
1873. Dec 7... 



1870.0ct 13 

1870.NoT.30 

Ih70. Dec. 33 & after. 
1870.Deo.88 



1873. Sept 35 Rafter 
'* *• 85« " 

1870. Mar. 16.: 

1878 Oct3anaai'ter 

1870 March 16 

l870.MAy83 

1870.Nov35 

1870.Febl8&Mar88 
Lb70. Mar. 38 & after 
1871.July 6 Rafter. 



1870 Not. 17. 



1870 Not. 1.. 
187 1. Nov. 3.. 
la6U Nov. 10. 
1869. Aug 17. 
1870 Dec 6 .. 
1869. Aug. 17- 



Denoml- 




n*tion. 


No. 


11,000 00 


900 


1.000 00 


37 


1,000 00 


11 


M)0 00 


13 


100 00 


6 


1,000 00 


10 


500 00 


30 


500 00 


30 


1,000 00 


10 



Amount. 



500 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 

500 00 

300 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 

100 00 



1,000 

898 
1.000 
1,000 

500 
1,000 

408 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 

617 
1,000 
1.000 
1,000 

600 
1,000 
1,000 

750 

500 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
15 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 

500 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 

5.000 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

1.000 00 

1,000 oo 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



30, 
35 

11 

3 
30 
10 
90 
18 
3 
8 

1 
1 

15 

85 

50 

1 

1 

4 

10 

15 

90 

1 

11 

6 

6 

1 

95 

6 

1 

30 

100 
85 

50 

189 

60 

100 

70 

3 

31 

11 
48 
30 
48 
36 

47 
14 
83 
50 

30 

13 
15 
13 
80 
11 
150 



fSOO.OOO 00 
37.000 00 

11.000 00 
6,000 00 
600 00 
10.000 00 
10. 000 00 
10.000 00 
lO.OOO 00 
10.000 00 

95.000 00 
11.000 00 

1.500 00 
15.000 00 

3,000 00 
80.000 00 
13,000 00 

1,000 00 
800 00 

1,000 00 

898 00 

15,000 00 

35.000 00 

35,000 00 

1,000 00 

408 00 

4,000 00 

10,000 00 

15,000 00 

30,000 00 

617 15 

11,000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 

600 00 

95,000 00 

6,000 00 

750 00 

10,000 00 

100.000 00 
95,000 00 

95,000 00 

94,300 00 

60.000 00 

100, 000 00 

35.000 00 

10,000 00 

31,000 00 
5, 500 00 
84.000 00 
30.000 00 
34,000 00 
18,000 00 

47. 000 00 
14.000 00 
38,OUO 00 
50,000 00 

30,000 00 

13,000 00 
15. 000 00 
18,000 00 
80,000 00 
11.000 00 
loO, 000 00 



Am't of 
principal 
which 
has been 
redeem 'd 
and can- 
celed. 



$4,000 

1,500 

300 



$10,000 



3,000 



Amount out* 

standing Nov. 

301874. 



$800,000 00 
37.000 00 

7.000 00 
4,500 00 
300 00 
10.000 00 
10.000 00 
10.000 00 
10. 000 00 
10. 000 00 

35.000 00 

11.000 00 

1. ."iOO 00 

15.000 00 

3,000 no 

80.000 00 

18.000 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 

1,000 uo 

W»2 00 

15.000 00 

3.5, 000 00 

35.000 00 

1,000 00 

4Ur» 00 

4,000 00 

10, 000 00 

15.000 00 

30, 000 (HI 

617 1.". 

11,000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 

600 00 

35.000 00 

6,000 00 

750 00 

10,000 00 

100,000 OO 
35. 000 00 

33,000 00 

94, 500 00 

50 000 00 

100, 000 00 

35.000 00 

10, 003 00 

31.000 00 
5. .^00 00 
34. 000 00 
30, OlM) 00 
34.000 00 
18.000 00 

45. 000 00 
14, 000 00 
38,000 00 
50,000 00 

30,000 00 

13.000 00 
15. 000 00 
18, 000 00 
80.000 00 
11,000 00 
150,000 00 



[170] 



58 



Statement — 



Coonty. 



LaSalle.... 
Lee 

t i 
* t 

Livingston 
• • 

4 ( 

I t 

• • 
t < 

• I 
< « 



Logan 



Macon 



Macoupin 

Madison 

• » • I 

< I 



Marshall. 

1 1 



1 1 

• • 
1 1 



Mason 



McDonongh. 



• < 

I i 
( I 

I I 



McLean 



1 1 
« t 
i t 
« t 
« t 
1 1 
( • 



Issaed by 



Tp.of Soath Ottawa 



« t 

« < 

1 1 
< < 

4 4 

( 4 

i I 

< 4 

4 4 

4 i 



Alto 

Amboy 

Brooklyn 

IlaDjiltou 

Wyoming. .. 

Amity 

Avoca 

D wight 

Epnunl's P't. 
luaian Grove 
X«w Town... 

Owego 

Ponliac 



Countv of Logan . . 
Tp. of ^tna 

' ' EMSt Lincoln . 

" West Lincoln 

•* Mt. Pula«ki.. 
Inc. T. Ml. Pulaski 
Tp. ofOraii 

" Atlanta 

County of Macon. . . 



1 1 






Tp. of Decatur. 



4 4 it 

•' Mt.Zion. '.'.'.' 
• • Friends Cr'k. 



4 4 



i 4 



I t 



Inc. T. of Virden... 
Inc. T.Ed wards viUe 

t I 4 4 

4 4 4 4 



County of Marshall 
Tp. of Evans 



" Hopewell. 

' • Lacon 

City of Lacon 

Tp. of Huberts . . 



County of Mason . . . 



I 4 
4 4 
4 4 



I ( 
» 4 



Bailroad aided. 

i 



Ottawa. O. and Fox fUv-VaL 



(Chicago and Iowa 

Chicago and Rock River. 

Illinois Grand Ti-unk ...'. 
Chicago and Rock River. 



Foirbury, Pontiac andN.W. 
It • I it 

St. Louis, J. and Chicago 

Fairbury, Pontiac and^'^.W. 




1869. May 1. 



1870 Dec 31.. 
1«7*2 Aprils.. 
1873 June?.. 
lB7l.Jan. 1 .. 
1872 June 30 



t 4 
4 4 
4 4 



I 4 
4 4 
4 4 



4 I 
< i 
4 I 



Pekin, Lincoln and Decatur. 
Gilmau.Clinton & SprigtiUd 
Hav., M. City, Lincoln &. £. 



1873 
1671 
1S7;I 
1872 
Gilman.Clinton & Spri'gft'ld li'^i 



1870 July 
ld71 Mar. 
1870. Mtir. 
1870 July 
1«70 Aug. 
1672 Feb. 
l870.July 



1.. 

30. 

15. 

1.., 

13 

15- 

1.. 

1.. 



Principal, when 
payable. 



Various. 



1881 

I 4 



July 1 



1881 Jan. 1 
1881. July 1 



1890 July 

1891 July 
]8»0 Mar. 
18U0 July 



4 4 



4 4 



1.. 
1.. 

15. 
1.. 
1.. 
1.. 
1.. 
1., 



Mar. 1 1893 Mar 1 



Hav., M, City, Lincoln and £. 
Peoria, Atlanta and Decatur 

Decatur and East St. Louis. 
Pokin, Lincoln and Decatur. 

Monticello 

Chicago and 111. Southern... 

Monticello 

Chicaco and HI. Southern. . . 
Monticello 



Jacksonville N. W. and S.E. 

Decatur and £. St. Louis.... 
Madison county 



Western Air Line 

Ottawa. O. and Fox Riv.Val. 
St. L., Jacksonville and Chi. 
Hamilton, Lacon and East'n 

it it It 

Western Air Line 

Hamilton, Lacon and East'n. 



Illinois River. 

14 4 1 



July I 
April 3. 
Dec. 31.. 
July 1.. 
April 9. 
Jan. 1.. 



1870 
1873 
1870. July l&alterli^s July l&afler 



le91 Julv 1. 
1«0 April3. 
1893 Dec 31. 
1891. July 1. 
1?80 April 9. 
1893 Jan 1 



1670 
1871 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1872 
1868 



July 
Oct. 
.Sept 
Dec. 
Sept 



1... 
11 . 

35. 
23.. 

25. 



1800 
1891 
1893 
1892 
1993 



Dec. 26 1892 



Sept. 



1. 
1. 



1878 



July 1.. 
Oct' 11-. 
Sept 25. 
Dec 23.. 
Sept 25 
Doc 26.- 
Sept 1.- 
" 1.. 



I 



1872.Jan. 1 1893.Jan. 1... 



1870 
1872 



Aug. 5. 

Kov. 15. 

•• 15. 



Various 

1869. May 22. 
1870. Nov. 25. 
1871. Mar. 1.- 
1»71 Mar. 1.. 
1856 Feb. 18.. 
1871. April 7.. 



1857. July 1. 
.4 i_ 



4 4 



Tp.of 



Sprincfleld and Northwest'n ■ 1870 and 1871 
H., M City, L. and Eastern 



4 4 
I 4 
4 i 



_ Various 

Havana 1 8piingflel<\ and Northwest'n ' 1871 July 1 

" H., MT City, L. and Eastern, i 1873. Nov. 1 

Mason City. •• •' " *' iot^i .Tan a 



1890 Aug 5. 
Various 



1876 and 1877. 

Various. 

1890 Nov. 25 
Various 



1876. Feb. 18. 
Various 



1877. July 1, 



Pennsylvania 
Sherman..... 



Co. of McDonough . 
Tp. of Bushnell 

' • Eldorado .... 

•• Mound 

*• New Salem.. 

" Walnut Or.. 

City of Bloomington 
County of McLean. 
Tp. ot' Allin 

" Arrowsmith. 

' ' Bloomington. 

4 4 i 4 



4 4 
4 4 



Bellflower. 



t 4 
4 ( 



( t 
I « 



4 i 
4 4 



I « 
4 4 



1873 Jan. 6. 
1872. Dec. 2. 
•• Deo. 2. 



Northern Cross 1854 Jan. 1. 

Rock ford, R. I. and St. Louis 1870. June 1 

•• July 14 
i I 



i I 

1 4 
4 4 
4 I 



4 4 
I I 



4 4 
4 4 

4 4 



St. Louis, J. and Chicago — 
Lafayette, Bloom, and Miss. 
St. Louis, J. and Chicago — 
Lafayette, Bloom, and Miss. 
St Louis, J. and Chicago — 

D., U. B. andPekin 

Laiayette, Bloom, and Miss. 



4 4 
4 4 
4 i 



Aug. I 
iTun.l&Au.l 
June 1 



1867. Oct. 1 

1869 Nov. 1 

1867. Oct. 1 

1869 Nov.l 

Ii67 Oct. 1 

1869. Oct. 1 

** Nov.l 

*• Oct. & Nov.l 



Gllman, Clinton and Sprfgd.. , 1871. July 1 



1890 and 1891 

Various 

1691 July 1.. 

1892 Nov. 1 . 

1893 Jan. 6.. 
1892. Dec 2.. 

•• '• 8.. 



1874. Jan. 1. 
1890. June 1. 

it 4 4 1 

i 4 14 -t 

4 4 4 1 1 

4 < 4 4 J 



18P7 Oct. 
1879 Noy. 



1 

1 

I . • »••• 

1 

1 

1 

1879 Nov. 1 

" Oct. & Nor 1 
1891 July 1 



1887 Oct. 
1879. Nov. 
1W7 Oct. 
1889. Oct. 



S9 



[171] 



Continiied. 



Ixiterrat. when 
paj-able. 



Jalyl, ann. 



1 « 
• * 

s • 



"1. 
• 1. 

Jan. 1. ann 
Joly 1, ann 



1 1 

I 4 



I. 
I, 



t I 



March 15. aon . 
Jnly 1, anil. . . 
• 1, 

1. 

I. 

I, 






1 » 

I 4 



May 1, ann. 
July 1. auu. 

•' 1, 

•* 1, 

•* 1. 
Mayl, 
Jttly I, 
Tanona. 



I 4 

I » 

i t 

• 1 

i 4 



Jnly 1, ann.. 

• • } 14 

•< ] t 4 

Dee. *J3, ann 
July 1, ann . . 
Dee. 26, ann. 
Sept. 1, ann.. 
Sept. l.ann.. 



Jan. 1, ann. 

Aag. .*». ann. 
Ang. 1, ann. 
Aag. 1, aon. 



March and Sept. 

Jnly 1, ann 

XoT. 25, ann 

Msrch 1, ann 

March 1. ann 

Apr. 1, ann 

Apr. 7, ann 



Jnly 1, ann 

• • I • t 

•f ........ 

• • -I it 

Jnly and Jan, ann. 
Jnly 1, ann 

" 1. 
" 1. 
" 1. 



1 1 
> t 



Jtn. and Jnlj 1. 
Jnne 1, ann. 

1. 

1, 

1. 

1, 



1 1 



< t 



April and Oct., 1 
Apr. 1, ann 

1. 
1. 
1, 
1. 

July 1, ann. 



• t 

i i 
I I 



Bate 
of in- 
terest 



10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
8 
10 
10 

8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
10 
10 

10 

H 
10 
10 

6 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

8 
8 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

8 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

8 
10 

8 
10 

8 
10 
10 
>0 

8 



When registered. 



1860. Aug. 17. 



871. Nov. 15.. 

872 April 8.. 
87-2 Jnne 12 . 
871 April 1.5 . 

873 July 12. 



871 JalyO&Ang.lO 

871 Ang. 10 

870 Jnne 27 

871. Ang. 10 



872 Feb. 20 

872 Nor.S5duifter. 
871 . Aug . lO&after. 

873. March 28 

871 Sept 14 

8TJ Aprils 

873 Jan. 25 

871 Sept 6 

871. Nov. 15 

873. Jan. 10 

874.AprillO 



870. Jnly 38.. 

871. Deo. 12 

873 Sept. 26 

872 Dec. 25 

873 Sept. 26 

872. Dec. 26 

873. Sept. ld& after 
873. Sept. 35dtafter 

STS.Jan. 5 



870. Ang. 6. 
873. Jan. iO 



873 Dec. 10 Rafter. 
860 Ang. 17 

870 Dec. 6 

871 Oct. 20 

871. Oct. 7 & after. 

873.Dec.0 

871. Oct. 20 

869. Ang. 17 & after 

869.0ct. 28 Rafter 

1871. Oct 10 & after 



871. Jnly 39. 

872. Nov. 9.. 
8TJ. Jan. 10. 
872. Dec. 30. 



870. Mar. 36. 
870 Aug. 29. 
870 Oct. 28.. 
870. Au^. 10. 



870. Ang. 29. 



70.Mar.lO.'71Mayl8 

1873 Oct. 10 

'70.Mar.l0,'71Mayl8 
*7«Mar.S3 & after. 
^0 Mar.l, '71Mavl8 
1870 May 3 A after. 
1872 Feb. 19 & after 
1872. Feb. 17 & after 
1871. July 8 



Denomi- 
nation. 



II 

1 

1 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
I 
1 

I 

1 
1 
1 



No. 



000 00 

000 00 
500 00 
000 uo 
100 00 
000 00 

000 00 
000 00 
(KM) 00 
600 00 
000 00 
000 00 

oua 00 

000 00 

000 00 
000 uu 
000 00 
OOO 00 
000 00 
500 00 
000 00 
500 00 

000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
500 00 
000 00 

000 00 

000 00 
000 00 
500 00 

000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 



1,000 00 

500 00 

500 00 

500 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

1, 000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 

500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00' 
500 00! 

500 00; 
1,000 uo 

500 00 
500 00 



30 

25 
200 
.50 
40 
56 

25 
10 
15 
15 
50 
24 
10 
50 

160 
15 
60 
50 
40 
6 
25 
00 

100 
100 
25 
25 
25 
20 
20 
10 

30 

25 

22 

2 

16 
40 
22 
15 
60 
4 
30 

26 

15 

100 

200 

30 

35 

25 

10 

7 

71 
100 

12 

80 
100 

30 



Amount. 



Am'tof 
priucipal 
which 
ha« been 
re<leeiiul 
and can- 
cele<l. 



$30,000 00 
25.000 00 

100,000 uo; 

50.000 00' 
4,000 OOi 
50,000 00 

25,000 00 
10.000 00, 
15. 000 00 
15,000 00 
50.000 00 1 
24, 000 60 
10, 000 00 

.■io.ooo 00 ; 



160, 000 00 
15,000 00, 
60,000 00| 
50,000 00 
40.000 00 
3.000 OO 
25.000 00 
49.500 00 

100.000 oo' 

100.000 00 
25.000 00 > 
25,000 00 
25. 000 00 
20. 000 UO 
10, 000 00 
10,000 00 

30,000 00 

25,000 00 

22,000 00 

1,000 00 

16,000 00 
40.000 00 

22,uoo ou; 

15 000 00 

60.000 00, 

4, 000 00 

30,000 00 

26, 000 00 

7,500 00 

50,000 00 

100,000 00 

15. 000 00 

35.000 00 

25.000 00 

10, 000 00 

7,000 00 

71,000 00 
50,000 00; 
6,000 go' 
40.000 00 
50, 000 00 
15, 000 00 



75 


37,500 00 


40 


20, 000 00 


50 


25,000 00 


60 


30.000 OO 


75 


37,500 00 


199 


99,500 00 


75 


75. 000 00 


51 


25,500 00 


60 


30,000 00 



1500 



4,000 




12,000 



20,000 
8,000 



Amount out- 
standing Nov. 
30, 1874. 



130,000 00 



25, 


000 00 


100. 


000 00 


50. 


000 00 


4, 


000 00 


50, 


000 00 


25, 


000 00 


10, 


000 00 


15, 


UOO 00 


15, 


000 00 


50, 


000 00 


24, 


000 00 


10, 


000 00 


50, 


000 00 


IGO, 


000 00 


15. 


000 00 


60. 


000 00 


50, 


000 00 


40. 


000 00 


a, 


500 00 


25, 


000 00 


49, 


500 00 


96. 


000 00 


100. 


000 10 


5i5, 


000 00 


25. 


000 00 


23. 


000 00 


20. 


000 00 


10. 


000 00 


10, 


000 00 


30, 


000 00 


25. 


000 00 


22. 


000 00 


1. 


000 00 


16, 


000 00 


40. 


000 00 


22, 


000 00 


15. 


000 00 


60, 


coo 00 


4. 


000 00 


30, 


000 00 


21, 


ono 00 


7, 


500 00 


50. 


coo 00 


100. 


000 00 


15. 


UOO 00 


35, 


000 00 


25. 


000 00 


10. 


000 00 


7. 


000 00 


59. 


000 00 


50, 


000 00 


6, 


000 00 


40. 


000 00 


50, 


000 00 


15, 


000 00 


37, 


500 00 


17, 


000 00 


30 


000 00 


37, 


500 00 


99. 


500 00 


75, 


000 00 


25, 


500 00 


30, 


000 00 



[172] 



60 



StatemetU — 



County. 


leaned by. 


McLean 

< t 


Tp. ofBellflower... 
' • Ciieney'a Gr. 
' ' Danvera 

1 • 4 4 

.... 
4 1 4 4 


t • 


•• Downs 

1 1 Empire 


* • 


4 4 (4 


• < 


•• Padna 

Inc. T. of Saybrook 
Tp. of West 


Menard 


Connty of Menard. 

. 4 "^ 4 4 


Mercer 

4 ( 
1 1 

t * 
4 4 
4 4 
> 4 
4 4 
1 4 


Tp. of Abinston... 

•' Eliza 

•* Greene 

" Keithsbnrg.. 

•• Millerabarg. 

•• Mercer 

•• New Boston. 
City of New Boston 
Tp. of Perryton. . . . 


Monroe 

4 4 


County of Monroe. 
Tp. 3 8., range 9 W. 


Montgomery. 


Co. of Mont^mery. 
City of Litchfield.. 


Morsan 

4 t 

44 


' ' Jacksonville 
Tp.l4n, r.9w.3p.m 
Tp. ]5n, r.l0w.3p.m 
Inc. T. of "Waverly . 


Monltrie 

4 4 

4 4 

• ■ « • 

4 4 

4 4 

■ • « • 
4 4 .... 


Connty of Moultrie. 

4 4 4 4 

Tp. of Dora 

'* Lowe 

4 ( 4 4 

'• Sollivan" '.'.'. 


Offle 


•* Nashna. 


i 4 


*' Oregon...... 


4 4 


4 4 « 1 


4 4 . 


•* Pine Rock.. 


Peoria. 

4 4 
4» 
4 4 
4 4 


Connty of Peoria. - . 

City of Peoria 

Tp. ofBrimlield... 

" Elm wood... 

•• Peoria 


Perry 

t 4 


Connty of Perry 

4 4 4 4 


Piatt 

4 4 
4 4 


Tp. of Bemont 

*' Blue Ridge.. 

4 « 4 4 


1 i 
4 4 
4 4 
1 i 
4 4 
4 4 
1 i 


4 4 (4 

" Monticello!.' 

4 4 4 4 
4 4 4 4 

*' Sangamon... 
•• Unity '.'. 


Pike 


County of Pike 

4 4 14 


4 4 


» 4 


Tp. of Newburg.. . . 


t 4 


4 4 


•* Pittsfleld!!!! 


• 4 


4 • 4 4 

• « • • 



BaUroad aided. 




Lafiiyette, Bloom, and Miss. 

4 4 4 1 4 4 

D.. IT. B.andPokin 

4 4 4 . 4 4 4 4 

4 1 4 4 4 4 t ( 

14 4 4 4 4 .4 

L, B. and Western 

4 4 14 4 4 

4 4 4 1 4 4 

Lafayette, Bloom, and Miss. 

4 4 4 4 14 

I., Bloomington and West^. 
Tonica and Petersburg 

4 4 4 4 

Dixon and Qnincy, 

American Central 

4 4 4 4 

Dixon and Quinoy 

American Central 

4 4 4 4 

14 4 4 

14 4 4 

« 4 4 4 

Cairo and St. Louis 

4 4 4 4 

Decatur and East. St Louis. 

44 44 44 44 

Peoria, P. and Jacksonville, 
minois Fanners' 

4 4 4 1 

Jacksonville N. W.and S. S. 

Decatur, Snll. and Mattoon.. 
Bloomington and Ohio River 

Paris and Decatur 

ludiana and DL Centaral 

Paris and Decatur 

Decatur, Sull. and Mattoon.. 

Chicago and Iowa 

Ogle and Carroll Co 

(4 14 4 4 4 4 

14 4 4 4 4 4 4 

* • 

Peoria and Rook Island 

4 4 4 4 4 4 

Dixon, Peoria and Hannibal. 

44 44 44 44 

Peoria, Atlanta and Decatur 

Belleville and Southern Dl.. 
Ches. and Tam. C. and R. R. 

Bloomington and Ohio River 
D., n. B. and Pekin 

4 4 4 4 (4 14 

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 

Montlcello 

4 4 

Bloominirton and O. River . . 
Monticello 

4 4 

Indiana and ill. Central 

Hannibal and Naples 

Louisiana and Pike Co 

4 4 4 4 

4 4 4 4 

4 4 4 4 

«l 4 4 



18n.Nov.S8 

1869. Nov. 1 

•• June 1 

•• •• 1 

4 4 4 4 1 

" Mar. l.'.'.y.'. 
1867.0ct. 1 

•• and 1870..... 

•* Oct 1 

1869.NOV. 1 

1873. Jan. 1 

1870. Feb. 1 

Various 

Various 

1870. Dec. 31 

1869. Ap. 92 

•• Mar.ll 

1870 Nov. 1.1-... 
1869.Apr.l7 

•* Mar.93 

•' Apr.23 

•* *^ 81 

•• Mar.l7 

1873. June S5 

1874. Septs 

1870.Juiy 1 

4 ( 4 4 I 

1889. July 19 

1870. Oct 1 

4 4 4 4 ■* 

•• Nov. I'.V.'.'.'. 

1871. Nov. 1 

1872.May27 

187l.Apr.90 

1873 May 31 

187l.Jiayl5 

" Sep. 1 

" Apr.SO 

1870 Dec. 31 

1869. Dec. 16 

1871.Apr. 8 

*• Mar.9&Febl 

1868. July 1 

1869. May 5 

*' Apr.97 

1870.Oc.l,'71Fb. 1 

1871.Jan. 1 

•' J'ly,'72Jan. 1 

" Dec. 1 

1867.0ct 1 

4 4 14 I 

4 4 4 4 1 

" Septl&aft'r 

4 4 4 > 4 4 

1873. Jan. 15 

1867 Sept. 1 

1869 July 1 

1873. May 12 

*69.Jun.Sop.Nov. 
1870. Feb. 12 

•• •♦ 19 

" *• 19 

" •• 17 

*• •• 17 



Principal, when 
payable. 



1881. June 1 

1879. Nov. 1.... 
1877 .June 1 



4 4 



1.. 

1889. Mar. 1.. 
1887. Oct 1.. 

• ' and 1890. 

*' Oct. 1.. 
1879. Nov. 1.. 
188S Jan. 1.. 
1875 to 1887 .. 



1877. June 1 

1890.Jun.l&F*bl5 



1800 Dec. 31. 
187p.Apr.S3. 
1874 or 1879 . 
1891. Jan. 1. 
1879.Apr.l7. 

*• Mar.23. 

• • Apr.22. 
I889.Apr.3t. 
1870. Mar. 17. 



1893.JuneS5. 
1894.SoptS. 

1890. July 1. 

44 4«'' J^ 

1874. July 1. 
1890 Oct. 1. 

1875 Oct. 1. 
1890. Nov. 1. 

1881. Nov. 1. 
1882. July 1. 
18i<L.Mar. 1. 
1888 May 31. 
1881. Mar. 1. 
" Sep. 1. 

1876 to 1891 . 
1881 to 1890 . 
1880. Apr. 1. 

1891. Apr. 1. 



1886 and 1891 

1888. July 1 

1879 1884 and 1889 

1889 July 1 

1890 and 1891 



1891. Jan. 1.. 
1891 and 189S. 



1881 July 
1887. Oct. 



Various. 



1883 Jan. 1. 
1877. Sept 1. 
188«) July 1. 
1888. May 13. 

1879 July 1. 
1880. Feb. 12. 



4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 



•* 12. 

•• 18. 

" 12. 

'* 18. 



GontiDaed. 



61 



[173] 



Interest, when 
payable. 



Jose I, aim 

Apr. 1, ann 

Jme t, aon. 

*f ........ 

< t I • • 

Mar. 1, aon 

Get. Kaon 

Oetl&Har^sin 

Oct 1, aoQ 

Apr. 1, ftuu 

" 1, •• 

Feb. 1, ann 



Sate 
of in- 

tereat 



Jane 1, ann 

June 1 and Feb. 15 



July 1, ann. 
AliT.22,ann. 
liar. 11, ann. 
July 1, ann. 
Apr. 17, ann. 
Miur.23, ann. 
Apr.S, ann. 
" n, •' . 
Mtt.l7, ann. 



JoneSS, ann. 
Sept Si ann. 



July 1, ann. 
" 1. " . 



1, 



Oct 1, ann.., 
KoT. 1, ann. . . 



( 1 



•• 1. 

July 1, ann 

Hanh and Sept. 1.. 

May 31, ann , 

Mareh and Sept. 1.. 
Septal, ann 



Apr. 1, ann. 
Joly 1, aon. 

Apr. 1, ann. 
'• 1 It 



Mar. and Feb. 1, ann 

Joly and Jan. 1 

* l,ann 

Ap.&Oc.l,Fb'.itAai 

Jan. 1, ann 

Jao. and July 



Jttly l,ann 

Oet 1, ann 

" 1, *• '.'/.'.'.'.. 
Tanonamoa^ ann. 



Mar.1, 
SeDt.1, ann. 
Jyiy 1, ann. 
MiVl2,ann 

July 1, aon 









10 
30 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 

10 
10 

8 
10 
10 
10 
10 

7 
10 

8 
8 

6 

8 

10 
10 
10 
10 

8 
10 
10 
10 
10 

8 

7 

7 

10 

r 

8 

7 

10 

10 

7 

7 

7 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



Wben registered. 



ie71.Xov.99 

1871. Deo. 12 

1870. Jnne 18 4t after 
1870. June 3 A. after 
1870. Jane 18 Sc after 
1870. Mar. 30 & after 
1870. July 12 St after 
1870. May 14 & after 

1870 Jnue^lO 

'71 Nov.3,^«Mar.l5 

1872.Jan. 4 

1870. Feb. 24 & after 

1870. Jnne 9 Sc after 
1871. Oct 31 Rafter 

1871. April 15 

1870.May21 

1873. Jan. 13 &Jy 23 

1871. April 15 

•70.Feb. 12, 73 Ap.28 

1873.May 31 

1870 Jane 21 

1870. Jnly 13 & after 
1873.AaK. 16 

1873. June 27 

1874.Sept3and7.. 

1870 Jaljr28 

1870. July 18 

1870.1Iay 31 & after. 

1870.NOV. 18 

1870.Oct 11 

1870.1)00.5 

1871.Deo.4 

1872. May 20 

1872 Aug. 23 

1872 Jnue 2 

1873. June 4 

1871. Sep. 1 

1872.Sop. 11 

lb71.Jane 5 

1871. Aug. 14 

1871. Jane 5 

'71.Feb.2&Har.lO 
'70Mar.l5,'72Jan.29 
1870.Mar.l4&15... 

1870.Mar.l5 

1873.NOT. 5 

1871.Jan.2 

•71.Nov.l7,'72Jan.l 

1871.1)00. if 

1870.1>eo. 8 & after. 

1870.Feb.l 

1870. June 10 Sc after 

1872. Ang. 12 &. after 

1872. Jane 6 4^ after 

1873.April3 

1872. Jnne 24 it, after 
• « it t ■ 

1873.Kayl5 

1808. Jane 24 St. after 
1870.Feb.l9 

•• •• 19 

•• •' 19 

•' " 19 

•• •• 19 



Denomi- 
nation. 



11,000 
500 

1,000 
500 

100 

1.000 

1,000 

500 

100 

500 

1,000 

500 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

uo 

00 
00 



500 00 
500 00 

100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
500 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
500 00 
100 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 
t,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

1,000 00 
l,0tl0 00 

500 00 
1.000 00 

500 00 
1,000 00 

100 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 

100 00 

1,000 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 
1,000 

500 

100 
1,000 

500 
1,000 
1,000 

500 
1,000 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



1,000 00 
1.000 00 
900 00 
242 00 
500 00 
258 00 



No. 



25 
93 
15 
23 

3.1 
10 
25 
88 
00 
60 
10 
20 

58 
195 

100 
50 
90 
70 
02 
120 
100 
60 
58 

100 
30 

SO 
100 

50 
32 
50 
30 

75 
200 
36 
12 
60 
30 

40 

20 

100 

100 
72 
75 
75 
13 

100 
100 

SO 
20 
30 
45 
41 
66 
25 
20 
SO 
14 

112 

100 

24 

1 

39 

1 



Amonnt. 



ISS.OOO0O 
46, ."WO 00 
15.000 00 
11,500 00 

3.500 00 
10,000 00 
25.000 00 
44,000 00 

6.000 00 
30,000 00 
10.000 00 
10.000 00 

29.000 00 
98,000 00 

10.000 00 

5,000 00 

9.000 00 

35,000 00 

9,200 00 

12,000 00 

10,000 00 

30,000 00 

5,800 00 

100.000 00 
15,000 00 

50,000 00 
50,000 00 

50,000 00 

.Ti.ooe 00 

50,000 00 
30,000 00 

75.000 00 
200,000 00 
16,000 00 
12.000 00 
30.000 00 
30,000 00 

5,000 00 
40.000 00 
10.000 00 
10,000 00 

100,000 00 
72.000 00 
75,000 00 
75,000 00 
13,000 00 

100,000 00 
100,000 00 

50,000 00 
20,000 00 
15,000 00 
4.500 00 
41, 000 00 
33.000 00 
25,000 00 
20,000 00 
25.000 00 
14,000 00 

112, 000 00 

100,000 00 

12, 000 00 

242 00 

19,500 00 

258 00 



Am't of 
principal 

whion 
has been 
redeem 'd 
and can- 
celed. 



500 



2,000 



1,600 



2,000 
8,000 



Amonat out- 
standing Kot. 
30, 1874. 



125^000 00 
46 500 00 
15,000 00 
11.500 00 

3, .500 00 
10.000 00 
25.000 00 
44.000 00 

6.000 00 
30.000 00 
10.000 00 
10,000 00 

28.500 00 
98,000 00 

10.000 00 
5.000 00 
9.000 00 

35.000 00 
7,200 00 

12,000 00 
8,400 00 

30.000 00 
5.800 00 

100.000 00 
15,000 00 

50,000 00 
50,000 00 

50.000 00 
32,000 00 
50,000 00 
30,000 00 

75.000 00 
200.000 00 
18.000 00 
12.000 00 
30.000 00 
30,000 00 

5,000 00 
40.000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 

100,000 00 
72,000 00 
75,000 00 
75,000 00 
13,000 00 

100,000 00 
100,000 00 

50,000 00 
20.000 00 
15,000 00 
4,500 00 
41,000 00 
33,000 00 
25,000 00 
20,000 00 
25,000 00 
14,000 00 

110. 000 00 
92,000 00 
12,000 00 

242 00 
19,500 00 

298 00 



•' [1741 



62 



Statement- 



County. 



Pulaski 

Randolph ... 
1 1 

1 1 

Bock Island, 
1 < 

• t 
Saline 



> t 



Sangamon 



• < 

• I 

• • 



Schnyler. 

4 I 



• ( 
« I 



Scott. 



1 1 



Shelby. 



1 1 



Stark. 



• t 
i i 
I* 

4 i 

* I 

« < 

t i 



St. Clair. 






Tazewell. 



4 t 

I < 

t t 

I I 

I t 

I t 

< i 

i i 

I > 

I t 

I t 

• « 



Isaned by. 



Connty of Pabwki.. 

Coanty of Randolph 
City of Chester. . . . 
Tp. 4S.,R.8 W.... 

Tp. of Canoe Creek. 

" Moline 

" Rock Island. 

Connty of Saline. . . 

Inc. T. of El Dorado 

County of Sangam'n 
I • > 1 

Tp. ofCartwright.. 
Springfield.. 



• i 
1 1 

I 4 

It rw 



TalkiDgton.. 
City of Springfield. 

Connty of Schnyler 

4 1 14 

Tp. of Browning... 
" Frederick... 

Connty of Soott 

II « ( 

Inc. T. Winchester. 

Tp. of Dry Point. . . 

" Richland.... 

•• Windsor.... 
City of Windsor... 
Tp. of Prairie 



Tp. of Essex. 



Goshen. 



' ' Osceola.. 
•* Penn.... 
•• Toulon.. 



4 < 



VaUey 

Inc. T. of Toulon... 
Wyoming 

CityofBelleTille... 



1 1 

« 4 



4 I 
4 I 



Inc. T. of Freeburg 
* ' Mnscoutah 
' ' Is ew Athens 

Connty of Tazewell 



Railroads aided. 



Cairo and Vlncennes 

Chester &. Tamaroa Coal Co. 

•4 4. t4 

Cairo and St Lonls 

R., R. L and St. Louis 



4t 



St. Louis and Southeastern.. 

Cairo and Viuccunes 

St. Louis and Southeastern.. 

Springfield and IlL S. E 

Gilman, Clinton and Spr. 

Springfield and lU. 8. E 



44 



14 



41 44 44 

Jacksonville N. W. & S. B.! 
Paua, Springfield and N. W. 

Peoria and Hannibal 

I. 41 

R., R. L and St Louis!'!!.'.*! 

«• 41 

•< 44 

R., R. L and St Louis 

Rock Island and Alton 

R., R. L and St. Louis 



Dlinois Southeastern 

Bloomington and O. River. 



II 
11 



I. 

14 



Dixon, Peoria and Hannibal. 
Peoria and Rock IslancL 



41 
44 



11 
44 



Dixon, Peoria and Hannibal. 

4» M tl 

Peoria and Rocklshind 



41 
44 



41 



I I 
« I 
I 4 
( 4 

M 



4 4 
I 4 
4 4 



Cltyof Pekln.. 



4 4 

4 4 



Tp. of Delavan . . 
* • Elm Grove 

4 1 11 

' ' Mackinaw. 



Dixon, Peoria and Hannibsl! 

Belleville and Southern 111. . 

Belleville and O'lVUlon 

IlL & St. L. R. R. 6l Coal Co. 
Belleville and Southern 111. . 
St Lonis and Southeastern, . 
Belleville and Southern Hi. . 

D.. U., B. and Pekin 

Chicago, Pekin and S. W.... 
Pekiu, Lincoln and Decatur. 
Tonica and Petersburg 



•« 

II 



D., U., B. and Pekin. 



.1.... 



41 
Ik 



k ..... I 



Pekin, Lincoln and Decatur. 

•« »i II 

D., XT., a and Pekin 



41 
• I 



41 
4« 



Date. 



1879. Oct. 17. 

IBTji. Jan. 1. 
1871. July 1. 
1874. June 8. 



1870. Nov. 19.... 

1869. July 1 

1870. Jan. 1 



1873. 



4 4 



Jan. 1. 
Oct. 8. 
Jan. 1. 



1870 and 1871... 
1871. Sept. 15. 

•* Jan. 85.. 

'* " 85.. 

1870. Feb. 9... 

1871. June 21.. 
1873. Jan. 1... 
Various 



1868. July 1. 

14 14 4 

1870. June 1. 
1. 
1. 



4 4 
4 4 



4 4 
4 4 



1870. Jan. 1. 
1857. Oct. 1. 
1869. Dec. 1. 

1871. July 1. 

1873. Dec. 13. 
1879. Jan. 1. 
1871. Deo. 18. 

1874. Feb. 1. 



1869. 

1868. 



Juljr 



1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 

1869. Kay 36. 

•• July 1. 

1868. •• 1. 



< 4 
« 4 



I 4 
I I 



4 4 
I 4 



18^! 



1868 and 18(19. 
1871. June 1. 
1869. July 1. 



1870. 



4 4 



Jan. 

May 

Atig. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Jan. 



1860. June &. Nov 
1870. Various mos 
1870. May 1& after 
1858. April 1 

4 1 * * 1 



1869. 
1867. 

I 4 

1809. 
1870. 
1869. 

4 I 



Oct 

4 I 



July 

4 I 

Deo. 



Nov.&Dec 



. 4 



Principal, when 
payable. 



1899. Oct. 17. 



1889. Jan. 1. 
1876tol88L.. 
1894. June 8. 

1890. July 1. 
]%80tol889... 
1881 to 1890.. 



1893. 



Jan. 1. 
Oct. 8. 
Jan. 1. 



•90. Fb.e/91, Jne.9 

1891. Sept. 15... 
•* Jan. 25,., 
" * * 25 , 

1890. Feb. 9.!!! 

It91. June SI... 

1893. Jan. 1.... 

80 yeam 



1888. Jitly 1.. 

4 4 i 4 " I 

1890. June r 
*• *• 1.. 



1879 to 1876.. 
1877 Oct. 1. 
1874 to 1884.. 



1891. July 1.... 
1884. Jan. 1.... 
1889. •• 1.... 

1881. Jnlv 1 

1875.Feh. 1 Rafter 



1889. 
1886. 

4 I 
I I 

1889 
1879 
1»88 
1878 
1887 
1881 
1889. 

1890. 

1 1 

4 4 

4 t 

« 4 

4 4 



July 



4 4 
• 4 



1. 

1 

1. 

1. 



&1889... 
. July 1 
•• 1. 
&1888 .. 
d: 1886 .. 
July 1, 



Jan. 

May 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Jan. 



1... 
2... 
6.. 
1... 
1... 
1... 



1674. June & Nor 
1880. Various mos 



1883. Aprill 

4 4 ' * 1 

4 4 * * 1 

1873. Oct. i!!!!! 

4 4 4 i I 

4 4 4 4 1 

18T9, July i!!!!! 

1890. •• 1 

1689. Deo. 1 

4 4 4 4 I 

1879 to 1889 

14 4 1 



Provision has been made by the connty to pay these bonds, and a part of same have been psiti 



03 



[175] 



CoBtinued. 



Interest, when 
I payable. 



Jan. and July 1 

July 1, ann 

Jane 6, ** 

Jnly 1, ann 

t > I It 

*i ...-....- 
Jan. and July 1 — 

«• * * I 

& • • « • 

July 1, ann 

*t ......... 

1 1 I It 

*f ......... 

It 1 t • 

A, ......... 

If 1 « t 

A, ......... 

*' 1, •* 

Jan. 1, ann 

•' 1, •• 

July 1. ^n 

Jtmel, ** '.'.V.[.'.., 

' t I it 

t( I 1 1 

*i ......... 

Jan. 1, ann 

April and Oct. 1... 
Dec. 1, ann 

Jan. and J'niy 

Jan. 1, ann 

i4yi, *• 

Feb. 1, •• 

July 1, ann 

> • -I It 

*i ........ 

ti 1 1 1 

A« ........ 

ti 1 It 

*, ........ 

• • 7 I ( 

*, ........ 

ti ) II 

A. ........ 

'• 1, •• 

•• 1, •• 

•» J It 

June C •• '.'.'/.'.'.., 
July 1, «' 

Jan. 1, ann 

May 1, •• 

fttge, •' 

Jan. 1, '» 

KoT. 1, •• 

Jan. 1, •' 

Jne.l&Xor.lSann 

Variona nioe. ann . . 

May & Jan. l.ann.. 

Apr. and Oct. 1, ann 
1 1 * * 1 * * 

.. It £ .. 

Oct. 1, ann 

*f .....a... 

»» J .t 

Jnlyl, ann 

• • I It 

iJ«c. 1, •• .!. *!!!!!.' 
»• J 1 1 

^'or. I'&Decl, aim 

»• tt ti 



Rate 
of in- 
terest 



8 

8 

7 
8 

10 
8 

8 

6 
8 
8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

10 

8 

10 

10 

6 
6 

10 
8 

10 

10 

7 

10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 

10 

8 

6 

10 

6 

10 
10 
10 
7 
7 
7 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



When registered. 



'7^Deo.S3,'73.Ap.ll 

1873. Jan. SO 

11 1 1 

1874. July25'-!I!'l! 



1870. Nor. ai 
•' April 2. 



187i. Feb. 17. 
• ' Oct. W. 
" Auk- 3. 



•70.Feb.9.'7I,Jne.29 

1871. Oct 4 and 5.. 

'* Feb. 6. 



"17. 
June 23. 



1870 
1871 

1872 Jau 5 

'70. Mar. 28 & after 



•73. Joly 29 & after 

1872. Sept. 27 

1870. July 6 



1 1 



1870. April 25. 
1872. May 25. . 
1870. Apiil25. 



'72. Mar 9 & May 9. 

1873. Dec. 15 

1872 Jan. 4 

1871. Dec. 20 

1874. Jan. 15 



1870. 
1871. 



1870. 
1 1 

1871. 
1873. 

ia7i. 

1 1 

1870. 
1870. 

1871. 

1870. 
1 1 

i I 



Mar. 15 

Aug. 4....... 

• * &. after 
•' 4 

Mar. 15 



Aug. 4 & after 

June 24 

Aug. 4 

June 17 

May 17 



Mar. 25. 

June 7... 
Dec 12.. 
July8 .. 
Nov 15. 
Aprils.. 



'69 Dec. 30 & after 

1872 Feb. 27 

1872. Nov. 8 & after 

'74. Mar. 18 St. after. 

It It It 

It It 11 

1869. Dec. 30 

'71 Feb 15 Rafter 



1872. Feb 17. 



173. * * 
"June 10. 
1870. Aug. 6. 



'69. Dec. 90 & after 
II II II 



Donomln> 
ation. 


No. 


$500 00 


190 


500 00 

500 00 
1,000 00 


900 

100 
50 


1,000 00 
500 00 
500 00 


.1 

100 
100 


1,000 00 

500 00 

1.000 00 


25 

190 

5 


1,000 00 
1 nrtn nn 


100 
inn' 



Amount. 



1,000 00 
500 00 
1.000 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 

500 00 
1,000 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 

500 00 
500 00 
500 00 

500 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 00 
l.UUO 00 
1,000 00 

l.OOO 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

5Up 00 

1,000 00 

1, 0(K) 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

:m 00 

1,000 00 
1, 000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 1.0 



1,000 

1.000 

1,000 

100 

500 

1,000 

500 

100 

1.000 

1,000 

1.000 

1.000 

500 

1,000 

500 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



12 
16 
30 
50 
20 
100 

38 

36 
40 
10 
10 

100 
M 
60 

30 
40 
50 
20 
40 

25 
5 
6 
2 

no 

40 
5 

10 
2 

10 

10 

40 
100 
25 
15 
50 
21 

70 

49 

46 

22 

17 

41 

35 

16 

25 

1 

1 

4 

6 

18 1 



105,000 00 

100,000 00 
50.000 00 
50.000 00 

3,000 00 
50.000 00 
50,000 00 

25,000 00 

95,000 00 

5,000 00 

100, 000 00 

100.000 00 

12,000 00 

8,000 00 

30,000 00 

50,000 00 

20.000 00 

100,000 00 

19,000 00 

36,000 00 

20,000 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 

50,000 00 
17.000 00 
30.000 00 

15,000 00 
40. 000 00 
50,000 00 
20.000 00 
40.000 00 

95,000 00 

2.500 00 

6,000 00 

1.000 00 

60. 000 00 

50.000 00 

5.000 00 

5,000 00 

2,000 00 

10. 000 00 

10, 000 00 

40, 000 00 
50,090 00 
25,000 00 
15.000 00 
50,000 00 
21, 000 00 

70. 000 00 

49,000 00 

46,000 00 

2, 200 00 

8.500 00 

41, 000 00 

17,500 00 

1. GOO 00 

95.000 00 

1,000 00 

1.000 00 

4,000 00 

3,000 00 

9.000 00 

1). 000 00 



Am't of 
principal 

which 
baa been 
redeem'd 
and can- 
celed. 



10.000 
9,000 



Amount 

outstanding 

Nov. 30. 1874. 



30.000 
"9,066 



500 



195.000 00 



100, 
50 
50, 

3 
50, 
50 

35 

95 

5, 

91 
91 
12 
8, 
30 
50 
90 
100, 

19 

36 

20 

5 

5, 

20 
17 
28, 

15, 

40 
50 
20 
40 

25 
2 

6 
1 
60 
50 
5 
5 

10 
10 

40 
50 
25, 
15, 
30 
21 

70 

49 

46 

2 

8 

41 

17 

1 

25 

1 

1 

4 

3 

9 

1) 



000 00 
000 00 
000 00 

000 00 
000 00 
000 00 

000 00 
000 00 
000 00 

000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
UOO 00 
000 00 
000 60 

000 00 

000 00 

000 (K) 

000 00 

000 00 

000 00 
000 00 
000 00 

000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 

000 oo 

joo Oo 

000 Wo 
000 Oo 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
01 00 
000 00 
000 00 

000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
too 00 

000 00' 
000 00 
000 00 
200 00 
500 00 
000 00 
000 00 
600 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 



Imt they have not yot been presented for sancellaUon. 



^ 



[176 J 



64 



Statement — 



County. 




Isaoed by. 


Tazowell 

Union 

• i 


Tp. of Mackinaw.. 
' ' Tremont. . . . 

•• Pekin.. .!.*.'! 

•• Hittle !".'."".' 
* ' Washinxton. 

County of Union... 
City of Jonoiiboro. . 



Yeniiillon.... 



1 1 



I > 

t • 

I I 



TValmsh. 



Warren. 



Tp. of Butler .. 
' ' Danville 



( • 



Elwood 
Grant.. 



t 4 
I t 



' * Georgetown. 
'• Koas 



Railroad aided. 



Peoria, Atlanta and Deeatur 
D., U. P. and Pekin 



* i 






Chicafi^, Pekin and S. W... 
Peoria, Atlanta and Deoatur 
Chicago, l*ekin and S. W.. . . 



Cairo and St. Louie 
* t « t 



La&yette, Bloom. andMlaa 
U., TJ. B. and Pekin 



t i 



1 1 



t « 



1 1 
1 1 



County of Wabaah. 
City of Mt. Camiel. 

County of Warren. 

Tp. of Ellison 

Lenox 

*' Monmouth.. 

" Koaeville... 

• ' Spring Gr've 

* • Sumner 

*' Swan 



Waflhington.. 



Wayne 



• t 

• i 



White 



i I 
< < 



[wards 
White St. Ed- 

Whiteaide.... 

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



Woodford. . 

« I 

Williamaon 
Winnebago 
Will 



Co. of Washington. 
County of Wayne. . 






1 1 
< t 



Chicago, DaoTille and Yin.. 

Paris and Danville 

Chicago. Danville and Yin. . 
» . • • • < 

Lafkyette. Bloom, and Miss. 

Paris and Danville 

Chicago, Dauville and Yin. . 

St Louis, Mt.Car. & N.Alb'y 



R., B. I. and St Louis 




1874. Nov. 9. 
Idea. Deo. 1. 



. t 



" JnneS9. 
1874. May 1. 
1809. July 1. 

1874. Oct 6. 

1874. July 1. 



Principal, wlften 
payable. 



18M.NOT. 9. 
18t».Dec 1. 



A . • • I 



« t 



t i 



1. 

1879 July 1. 
1884. May I. 
1879.July 1. 

1804. Sept 7. 
1899. July 1. 



l!J79.Mar.89 1889.Apnll.. 

186U&1870 1879 and 1880 



« t 
1 1 

i t 

( • 

I t 

« ( 



t I 
t « 
< I 
• I 
I t 
( t 



St. Louis and Southeastern. 
Illinois Southeastern 



1871, 1873 &187S. 

1879. July 1 

1871. July 1 

1879 Apr. 19!!!!! 

1879. July 1 

1871.Juiy 1 



1679. Jan. 
1871. Jan. 



1. 
9.. 



1889, 1883 A 1891. 

18t>9.JuIy 1 

1881.July 1 



1889. Apr. IS^. 
1889. July i. 
1879. July 1. 



1871. Jan. 95 

1870.Ang.93 

1870.July 1 

•♦ •* 18.".'.!!! 

1870. Oct 19&90. 
" •• 20 

i87o.Aug.i6!!!!!! 



Tp. of Bedford 

' * Big Mound 

' * Jasper 

Liunard 



« < 



County of White . . 

Inc. T. of Enfield.. 
Canni .. 

' * Gray vilie 

Tp. of Coloma 



• t 
t i 
< t 

I ( 

I I 
( t 
I • 
I « 



Hahnaman.. 
Prophotsto*n 
Tampico — 

CazenoTia. . . 
Metamora . . 

Olio 

Minonk 



t ( 

I i 

I I 
1 1 
I i 



Evanaville and Southern HI. 

Cairo and Yincennes 

S. and 111. Southeastern 

Cairo and Yincennea 



« I 
« t 



a » 
I I 



1870. Mar. & Sep. 1 

ie09.Sept9&.19. 

1869 and 1870 

l»70.May 6 

1870. Apr. 1 

> t • t \ 

1 1 « • « 



Chicago and Book Biver. , 



BUnois Grand Trunk 
• « « • It 



I i 



( i 



« < 



St Louia, J. and Chicago. . 
I i < I 1 1 

Chicago, Pekin and S. W. 



I « 



t • 
> I 



Co. of Williamson.. 

Tp. of Bockton 

Inc. T. of Crete. . . . 
• t It 



44 
1 4 



4 1 
• t 



Carbondale and Shawneet'n. 

Baoine and Mississippi 

Chicago, Danyilleand Yin .. 



1871. July 1 

1879.Sep.lO, Dec9 

1871. Jnu. 1 

1879. Dec. 91 

'* 21 

1873. Jan. 3 



1879. Jan. 1.. 

1871. Jan. l!! 

1871.Mar. 1.. 
• 4 it 1 



1897. Jan. 
1891. Jan. 

1600. July 



1 4 

4 4 



< t 
44 
4 t 
4 « 



1890. Oct 
. « « t 

1890. July 



1. 

S. 

1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 

1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 



1890.Mar.&8ep.l 

1890. Jan. 1 

1889 July 1 

iHUO.Jan. 1 

1890.Apr. 1 

t • t . « 

A . w . * . * 



4 4 



4 4 



1. 
1. 



1870.Dec.30. 
1870.Nov.10. 
1871.Jnnel5. 
1869. June 1. 



1890 Jan. 1 

1899.8opi. &Dee. 

1890 Jan. 1 

1877 to 1899 

1893.Jan. zV.V.V. 



1879. Jan. 1 

ll855.Deo.90 



4 4 

K 



4 » 
t 4 
4 I 



4 4 
4 4 
4 4 



1873. July 1. 

4 1 4 t 1 

4 1 41 2. 

44 4 4 1^ 



1881 .July 1. 

I • 4 4 « 

1676.Jan. l! 
1876 to 1880. 

4 4 4 4 14 

1890.Oot 15. 
lt;80.Nov.l0. 
1881.Junel5. 
1879. June 1. 

1609. Jan. 1. 

1876. Feb. 10. 

1878. July 1. 

14 4 4 « 
14 41 ^' 

*' " 1! 



Gontinaed. 



60 



[177] 






Nor. 2, Min. 
Dee. If man.. 









Jvlj 1, um. 

llAy I, ann 

July 1, aoB. 

Seot 7. ann. 

July 1, aim. 



April Lann 

S4^t.aDa Oct. 1, ann 

Jl7l,Nv9&Oc9,aiin 
Jiuy J, ann 



Rate 

of in-i When regiatered. 
tereat 



• • 
f • 

• f 
i t 
< • 
i« 



July and Jan. 1. 
i« * * 1 



July 1, ann. 



• 4 



I • t t 

Oet l,ann. 



July 1, ann. . . 
Mareh 1, ann. 
Jan. and July. 









April and Oct. 1... 



It 



I < 



July and Jan. 1. 

4t • • 

• I * « 

■ 

Jan. and Jnly 1. 



«t 



Jvly 1, ann. 



Jan. 1. ann 

Mareh 1, ann. 



Oet 15, ann.. 

Kor.lO,ann.. 

Jane IS, aon. 

1, ann. 



July and Jan. 1. 

Feb. 10, ann 

July 1, ann 



> I 



1 1 
■ f 



Total 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

6 
8 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

8 
8 

8 
8 
8 
6 
8 
8 
8 
8 



7 
7 
7 
10 
10 
10 
10 

8 
8 
10 
8 
8 
8 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 

10 

8 



10 
10 
10 
10 



1874 KoT. 13 

!l80t Dec 90 

•• •• SO....... 

•* •• aol!"!!!! 

1873.AaK. Idbiafier. 

1874 Mayll 

1874 liar 16 & after. 



1874 Oct 13. 



1873 

180B 
t > 

1871 
1873 

1871 

• » 

187*2 
1871 



March 30 

Nov 91 & after 

• • • I 

Not 93 Rafter 

Aa;;. 23 

Sept. 14 



April 15.. 
July 30... 
Sept. 97... 



1879.Ap'l 18 Rafter 
ld7S.My9&;18rjJly9 



1871. Jan. 97. 
1870. Sept. 5. 
1H70 July 16. 
1870 Oct. 3. 
1870 July 96 
1870 Oct. 36. 
1860. Oct. 90. 
1870 Aug. 90. 



1876. Mar. 17 & Sep 1 

ie69.Sep.ll&Deo.7. 
1800 D'o7^1870Jy94 

1870.May » 

• > * * 11 

1870 Joly 19.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
ItnQ.iUy 9 

« • • * a 



(871. Oct. 6 

1879. Sept. 13^tDeo.4 

1871. Mar. 94 

1879.Deo. 90 

1873 Jan. 8 



1879 Jail. 9. 

1871. Ap'] ly 

•• •• 15. 

*' " 15. 



IffTl.Jan. 9 

1870.De6. 6 

1879 Dec 6 

1874.Jan.99&Mar.9. 



1872. Jan. 1.. 
1673. Aug. 16. 



1873. Sept. 9. 
• t t . 2 

•« I* a' 

" •• s! 



Doionii- 
natlon. 



1500 00 
1,000 00 

500 00 
1.000 00 
t.000 00 

."lOO 00 
1,000 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 

500 00 
1.000 00 
1.000 00 
1.000 00 

550 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 

394 43 

500 06 

506 00 

1.000 00 
500 00 

500 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 60 
1.000 00 
1.000 00 
1.0UOOO 



No. 



6 
6 
IS 
15 
10 
50 
91 

50 

35 

95 
80 
40 
157 
39 
90 

1 
95 
30 
94 

1 

900 

89 

200 
10 
90 
95 
33 
90 
5 
35 



1,000 00 ' 906 



500 00 

100 00 
1.060 00 
1.000 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 06 
1.000 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 

1,000 60 
100 00 
500 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 oo 

1.000 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 

1.000 00 
500 00 
950 00 
900 UO 



100 

500 

100 

10 

5 

5 

10 

100 

199 

7 

70 

14 

30 

95 

50 

100 

400 

900 

50 
50 
45 
94 

100 

32 

4 
4 

19 

5' 



Amoont. 



64.000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
15,000 00 
10.000 00 
95.000 00 
91.000 00 

96.000 00 
95,000 00 

95,000 00 

80,000 00 

20.000 00 

157. 000 00 

:fi, 000 00 

90,UuO 00 

5:a\ 00 

95,OiiO 00 

36,000 00 

94,000 00 

394 43 

100.000 00 
44.500 00 

900,000 06 

5.000 00 

10,060 00 

95.000 00 

3:<. 000 00 

90.000 00 

5,000 00 

35,000 00 

900, OCO 00 

50 600 00 

50.000 00 
100.000 00 

10,000 00 
5,000 60 
5.000 00 

10,000 00 

160.000 00 

09.500 00 

7.000 00 

7,000 00 

7.000 00 

19 000 00 

95.000 00 
95.000 00 
10,000 00 
40,000 00 
90.006 00 

50.000 00 
50.000 00 
45,000 00 
94,000 00 

100,066 00 

16,000 OQ 

4,000 00 
9,000 00 
3,000 00 
1,000 00 



Am*t of 



whlc 
haa been 
redeemed 
and can- 
celed. 



614»943,951 58 



6189,600 



Amount out- 

standinfT No- 

▼ember 30, 

1874. 



64,000 06 
6.000 00 
6,000 00 
15.000 00 
10.000 60 
95.000 06 
91,060 06 

50,000 00 
25,000 06 

95.000 00 
80,000 00 
90.000 00 
157, 000 00 
3t2,000 00 
90.000 00 

536 00 
95.000 OO 
30,000 00 
94. 000 OO 

394 43 

100,000 00 
44,500 00 

906,000 00 
5.000 UO 
1U,000 00 
95,000 00 
33,000 00 
20. 000 00 
5,000 00 
35, 000 00 

200,000 60 

50,000 00 

50,000 00 
100. 000 CO 

10,000 CO 
5. 000 00 
5,000 00 

10,000 00 

100. coo 00 

99. .^00 00 

7.000 00 

7,000 00 

7,000 00 

15,0Qa00 

95,006 00 
25.000 06 
10,000 00 
4(k 000 00 
90»0U0 UO 

36,060 OO 
50.000 00 
45. 000 00 
94,000 00 

100,000 uO 

16,000 00 

4,000 00 
9. 000 00 
3,000 00 
1,000 00 



6l4,054,:Uii 58 



VoL 1—12 



[178] 



66 



No. 13. — Statement of Bonds Registered in 



County. 



Adams — 
I • 

I < 

« t 

Brown .... 

• t 

i I 

Hanoook... 

« » 

i I 
( I 
( « 
II 

Henderson 

Jo Dayiess 

*i 

1 1 
« f 

Meroer ... 

Schuyler. . 
» « 

1 1 

1 < 

II 

White. — 



Issued by 



Connty of Adams 
City of Qaincy 



1 1 
1 1 
I ( 



I • 

» > 

I I 



Connty of Brown 



1 1 



Connty of Hancock 

4 • it 

It i ( 

City of Warsaw.. 



I i 



Co. of Henderson.. 
City of Oqnawka. 

City of Galena 



4 4 
( I 
t I 



I t 
I i 
I I 



Connty of Mercer.. 
County of Schuyler 



1 1 
1 1 
1 1 



t < 
1 1 

i < 



Connty of White... 



Railroad aided. 



Qulncy, Alton and St Louis. 

Northern Cross, Qaincy \ 
and Palmyra, Chicago 1 
Burlington and Quincy, { 
and other pnrposes j 

Quincy and Missouri Pacific 



Quincy and Toledo. 



Miss. Sc Wab. &. War.& Rock 

44 14 •( 14 



I I 

I « 

I I 

I I 



I I 

I i 

I I 

I I 



4 I 

I I 

< I 

I f 



Warsaw and Rockford. 



Gralena and Southern Wis. 



Western Air Line. 

Rock Island and Alton. 

14 « * 

II II 

Peoria and Hannibal... 

4 4 4 4 



Bate. 



1870. Jan. 1. 



r 



July 1, 1866-7-fi, \ 

a.nA flf^Ar ^ 



Principal, when 
payablo. 



1890 Jan. 1. 

SO years after date 

SfO '• 

and after .^ 90 ** 

{I'M '• 
1871. July 1 ; 1891. July 1 



« • 



1866^ July 1. 
1806. July i... 
1868. July 1... 



1965-70-71. July 1. 

4 4 II I* 

14 II (I 

1865. July 1 & afL 



4 4 
I 1 



• 4 
i I 



( » 
I I 



1868. July 1. 
1871. July 1. 



1872. July 1 

1873. Dec. 5 

1873. Aug.85& aft 



1868,1869,1871. 



Illinois Southeastern. 



1866. Mar. 1. 

4 4 4 4 

II 11 

1868. July 1. 



868.July 



1870.Deo.S7. 



1886-88.Jaly 1. 

1886 July 1 

1888. July 1 



% years after date 

20 

20 •• *• 

SO 

20 

90 



• ■ 
■ « 
• « 



1888 July 1 

80 years after date 



SO 
20 
20 
SQ 



1 1 
1 1 
1 1 
i I 



90 •• 
1886. Jnl^ 1. 

II 4 1* 

1888. Jnl^ ll 
1890.Jan. 1. 



« • 

■ • 
• « 



No. 14. 



SNY ISLAND LEVEE OF ADAMS^ PIKE AND CALHOUN COUNTIES. 

Bonds issued by Commisioners in pursuance of act of April 24, 1871, in force July 1, 1873 ; registered 
in the Auditor's office under act approyed April 0, 1872, in force July 1, 1872, yiz : 



What aided. 


Date. 


Principal, 
when paya- 
ble. 


Interest, 

when pay 

able... 


10 
10 


When registered. 


So 

a* 

'. "^ 

•500 
1,000 


f 

163 

.&2 


B 

o 
a 
a 

r 

• 




Sny Isl*d Leyee 

ir II 41 


1879.0ct.l 

4 4 4 4 


1889 to 1891. 

4 4 4 4 


July an. 


1872.Noy. 12 & after 

II 4 4 4 4 


181.500 
.192,000 


ldl.900 
392,000 


Total 


«473,500 


$4rj,soo 

















07 



[ 197 I 



' ptrsuance of the act of February 13, 1865. 



Intermt. when 
payalile. 



Jidyl, 

1. 
1, 
1. 
1. 

1. 
1. 
1, 

1. 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 

1, 
1, 

1, 
1. 
1. 

1, 



1, 

1, 
1, 



July and Jan. 1. 
Total 



Kate 
of In- 
terest 




6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

6 
6 
6 

6 
ft 
« 
6 

6 

6 

6 


ft 
ft 
8 



5 
5 


6 

6 



When regiatered. 



1870.Jnlyl9 

1866. Sept. 1 Rafter 



« t 



I 4 



t • 



1871. July 19. 



ISftft. Jnlyfi7 &. after 

" 27 *• 

1868. Apr 14 ** 

1865. Aug. 8 '* 

• t t • a ( * 

< < t < a 11 

1868. July 8 " 

t t t t A « i 

< « I « • A I ( 



laftK.Sept 5 

1871. Jaly 1 Rafter 

187S.Ang. l.,j..., 

1873. Dec. 9 

" Sept. 1 Rafter 



t < 



18C8.0ct. 19 " 

1866 Apr.33 *' 

t868.SepU9 

1869. Jane 9 & after 

t t • < A 4 t 

1871. Jan 6 



Denomi- 
nation. 



11,006 

100 

500 

1,000 

1.000 

1.000 

100 

500 

1,000 

106 
500 

1,000 
100 
500 

1,000 

1.000 
Vaiioae. 

1,000 
1,000 
100 
Various. 

1.000 

950 
500 

1.000 
500 

1,000 

1,000 



No. 



SO 
300 

82 
466 
428 
850 

38 
67 
41 

99 

83 

195 

76 

9» 
35 

75 
49 

57 

3 

13 

13 

46 

49 
99 
14 

98 

4l 

50 



Amount 



•90.000 00 
30,000 00 
'41,000 00 
466.000 00 
498,000 00 
850,000 00 

3,900 00 
33.500 00 



Am*tof 
piincip'l 

whlcn 
has been 
redeem d 
and can. 

celed. 



61.760 00 
15,900 00 



41, 000 00 14, 400 00 



9.900 00 

41.000 00 

185,000 00 

7,600 00 
44,500 00 
35,000 00 

75.000 00 
38,356 68 

57,000 00 
3,000 00 
1, 300 00 

19,838 03 

46,000 00 

18,850 00 
11.000 00 
14,000 00 
14,000 00 
4,000 00 

50,000 00 



|1, 908, 434 71 



900 00 



96,000 00 



19,550 00 

4,000 00 
4,400 00 
4,200 00 



Amount ont- 
staudingNov. 
30, 1874. 



83,610 00 



•90.000 00 
30.000 00 
41.000 00 
466,000 00 
498,000 00 
950,000 00 

1,440 00 
18.300 00 
96,600 00 

9.700 00 

41.000 00 

135,000 00 

7.600 00 
44. 500 00 
35, OOO 00. 

49,000 00 
38,356 68 

57,000 00 
3,000 00 
1,300 00 

19,838 03 

33.450 00 

7.350 00 
6.600 00 
0,MM) 00 
14 000 00 
4.000 00 

•50.000 00 



II, 884, 884 71 



* Registered under set of February 13, 1865. by authority of "An act to incorporate the Iltinois 
Seatheastem Bail way Company*," in force February 94, 1860. 



[1801 



68 



No. 15, 

Statement of the aggregate anuyunt of State taxes charged^ the amount of 
aha,tementSy commissions^ etc., the net amount collected^ the amount paid 
to State Treasurer^ and the amount remaining due, in ea^h county ^ for 
the year 1872. 



COUKTIXS* 



City of Qninoy 

▲dams 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhouu 

Carroll 

Cam 

Cbamuaign.... 

CbrisUan 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook , 

Crawford 

Cumberland.... 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPa«e 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Elllngbam 

Fayette 

Ford. 

Franklin 

Fulton 

GalUtin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Uancuck. , 

Hardin 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefierson 

Jersey , 

Jo DavieBS 

Jobnson 

Kane 

EAukakee .... 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSaUe 

Lawranoe 

Lee 

LiTingston. .... 

Logan 

Hacon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonougb ... 

McHenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery .. 

Morgan 

Momtrie. 



Amount 
charged. 



141, 495 39 
49,966 49 
11, 889 50 
19, 2SS 88 
17, 9l» 61 
lit, 165 Sf 
53,369 54 
5,553 96 
31,601 G3 
aO, 8b7 83 
58,989 29 
:n.254 S7 

90. 476 98 
17, 376 91 
83,966 30 
35,749 49 

711, 923 72 
13, 140 77 
13,751 40 
34,059 57 

91. 477 44 
21, 234 02 
99, 578 98 
37 755 64 

9,602 38 
SO, 477 97 

95.204 13 
19 458 28 

8.775 19 
51,771 54 
12, 315 89 
28,TJ0 17 
21,543 26 
11,557 51 
50, 515 27 

3, 479 90 
25.043 92 
55, l(iO 86 
44, 589 27 
27, 056 73 
12. 048 44 
20, 493 10 
24,731 71 

24, a25 60 
6, 134 44 

62, 615 25 

25, :«5 97 
18,881 13 
58,8i29 00 
24, 717 80 
98,245 29 
12, 960 66 
35, 716 85 
56,915 13 
39, 191 47 
43,366 49 

57, 220 86 
75, 843 74 

27.205 66 
23,550 49 
27,349 72 

tf,751 97 
38,683 55 
33. 984 94 
105, 506 94 
18, 430 64 
33, 443 49 
17. 002 88 
34,009 51 

58. 407 50 
17, 240 85 



Ab'tem'nts. 
commis- 
sions, etc. 


Net amount 
collected. 


93,009 79 


$38,485 57 


9,603 44 


47,363 05 


5b4 85 


11,394 65 


3,950 17 


15,993 11 


812 46 


17, 101 15 


1.067 96 


11. 117 30 


8,588 29 


50, 781 95 


241 11 


5,319 15 


1. 116 48 


20,485 IS 


2,722 09 


18, 165 81 


5.060 01 


53.999 98 


3,697 36 


33.556 91 
18, il6 90 


1,730 08 


1, 579 95 


15,796 96 


4, 002 41 


10,963 89 


3,864 78 


31, 8«4 71 


lOO. 445 27 


611. 478 45 


1, 114 79 


19,025 96 


9,020 70 


11, 730 70 


1,150 77 


32,901 80 


9,774 83 


18, 702 61 


3^292 02 


17, 942 00 


5.805 09 


23, 773 19 


9,738 55 


35.017 00 


363 20 


9,239 16 


5,178 33 


15,299 64 


3,244 59 


91, 959 61 


5,046 67 


14. 411 61 


607 74 


8. 167 45 


3,230 19 


48,541 35 


2, 575 51 


9, 740 38 


1, 847 85 


26.882 32 


860 50 


90,682 76 


1, 798 76 


9, 758 75 


9,465 53 


48, U49 74 


300 04 


3. 179 86 


4.911 89 


20. 132 10 


2, 385 29 


52, 775 57 


4, 742 52 


39, 846 75 


4. 226 81 


22.829 92 


1,738 36 


10, 310 08 


2, 347 03 


18,146 07 


2,014 06 


22, 717 63 


1, 484 62 


22, 840 98 


801 30 


5,333 14 


3.883 41 


58,731 84 


1, 863 24 


23, 472 73 


1.253 90 


17, 627 23 


2,284 62 


56, 564 38 


843 16 


9?, 874 64 


7, 120 14 


91, 119 15 


1. 006 46 


11. 974 26 


1, 989 60 


3:J, 727 25 


6, 117 68 


50, 797 45 


2, 210 24 


36,981 23 


9, 489 96 


3:), 876 53 


4,032 36 


53. 188 50 


7,814 46 


68.029 28 


3, 415 38 


23. 790 28 


1,429 62 


22. 120 87 


4, 449 36 


22 900 36 


530 07 


6,221 90 


4.225 88 


34, 457 67 


1,320 92 


32,664 (e 


13.591 57 


91. 915 37 


2,342 67 


16, 087 97 


9,529 46 


30,914 04 


3, 553 74 


13. 449 14 


2, 038 86 


31, 970 65 


5,285 10 


53,122 40 


3,426 49 


13, 814 36 



Amount 
paid. 



$38,485 
47,363 
11,324 
15,993 
17, 101 
11, 117 
50,781 

5,312 
90,485 
18,165 
53,929 
33, 556 
12,643 
15, 796 
19,963 
31.884 
611,478 
12,025 
11,730 
32,901 
18,702 
17,942 
93.773 
35,017 

9.239 
15,299 
21, 959 
14,411 

8,167 
48. 541 

9,740 
96,882 
20.682 

9,758 
48,049 
. 3.179 
90,132 
52, 775 
39.846 
22,899 
10, 310 
18. 146 
22,717 
92.840 

5.333 
58,rJl 
23,472 
17, 627 
56 564 
23,874 
91, 119 
11.974 
33,727 
50,797 
36. 981 
33.876 
53,188 
68,029 
23,790 
22,120 
18,371 

6,S21 
34,457 
38,664 
91,915 
16,087 
30, 014 
13, 449 
31,970 
53,122 
13,814 



57 
05 
65 
11 
15 
30 
25 
15 
15 
81 
98 
91 
95 
26 
89 
71 
45 
98 
70 
80 
61 
00 
19 
09 
16 
64 
61 
61 
45 
'35 
38 
39 
76 
75 
74 
86 
10 
57 
75 
92 
08 
07 
63 
98 
14 
84 
73 
23 
38 
64 
15 
26 
25 
45 
23 
53 
50 
28 
28 
87 
66 
90 
67 
08 
37 
97 
04 
14 
65 
40 
36 



Amount 
due. 



$6.10S 95* 



4,598 10* 



69 



[181]' 



StatemenU-Coutmn^. 



CouBTm. 



Ogle ^ 

PeorU 

Peny....^.. 

PUtt 

PIk6 

P»p« 

PnLuki 

Patnam 

Sandolph .. 

Biohland 

SockLiUnd. 

fi^ine 

SaagsmoB .. 

Sdinyier 

Seott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair .... 
StephenaoB . 

Tmwell 

Union 

Termilioa... 

Wahaak 

Wonen 

Waalungtott 

Wayne 

WMte 

Whiteside.. 

Will 

WilUamaoB . 
Wiiuiebafte . 
Woodford... 

Totala., 



Amount 
charged. 



I49.MS 1< 
71. BM 74 
16.686 98 
81,305 97 
48,008 14 
7,936 30 
6,779 U 
9,373 73 
33,491 63 
16,385 97 
45. »^ 38 
7, 746 10 
97, 518 45 
18. 947 49 
13, 411 51 
35^589 93 
17,907 89 
98,376 45 
30, 187 91 
49,664 44 
13, 647 73 
61. 728 38 
9.373 89 
36.403 49 
35.33:} 58 
18.544 74 
16,385 84 
43,588 68 
58,834 40 
9.397 41 
45. 575 81 
87,999 51 



13.948,357 67 



Ab'tem'nta, 


oommU- 


aiona, etc. 


•3.194 47 


3.990 88 


8,575 05 


1.731 33 


8.536 00 


1, 317 94 


8,734 67 


407 17 


9.967 38 


694 43 


6, 713 71 


733 03 


8.384 58 


1, 065 78 


1, 046 87 


1.996 16 


8.858 38 


18.059 54 


1.805 94 


8,888 76 


739 57 


6. 343 63 


1.636 60 


8.415 99 


3.653 33 


3.451 74 


8.488 38 


3.333 10 


8, 153 13 


8.094 87 


L.VM 40 


1,680 88 



Ket amount 
collected. 



1418,979 77 



146.667 69 
67,869 44 
14, 133 93 
19,584 65 
39. 478 14 
6.618 36 
4.054 44 
8,966 56 
83. 534 85 
15,691 55 
38. 811 67 
7,014 08 
89.333 87 
17,^81 71 
11.364 64 
33.586 06 
15. 649 67 
80. 316 91 
37.381 97 
40, 775 68 
11,918 15 
55.385 76 
7,637 90 
33,986 50 
31, St^O 30 
15, 093 00 
13,897 56 
39.366 58 
56,681 37 
7,903 54 
44, 010 81 
90, 311 63 



Amoant 
paid. 



13,589,377 90 



•46,667 69 
67, 869 44 
14. 133 93 
19. 584 65 
39.478 14 
6.618 36 
4,054 44 
8,966 56 
33,534 35 
15, 691 55 
38.811 67 
7, 0L4 08 
80.333 87 
17.881 71 
11, 364 64 
33.566 06 
15,649 67 
80. 316 91 
37.381 97 
40.775 68 
11.918 15 
55,385 76 
7.637 90 
33,986 50 
81.580 30 
15.09:) 00 
13.897 56 
39 966 58 
56.681 37 
7.303 54 
44. 010 81 
80, 311 63 



Amount 
due. 



13,518,746 35 '•10.631 OS 



* Suit pending in Central Dirlaioo Snpreme Court for amounts due from eoUeoton of Clark and 
Haaon Conntiea. 



• f 182 ] 



70 
Fo. 16. 



Statement of the aggregate amount of State ta^xes cliarged^ the amount of 
abatements^ commissions^ etc., tlie net amount collected, the amount paid 
to State Treasurer^ and tJie amount remaining due in each county^ for 
tlie year 1873. 



ComrnBs. 



City of Qniccy 

AdaniD 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

CaB8 

Champaign . . . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Ciimherland . . . 

DeKalb 

DoWitt 

Diiuglas 

DuPage 

£dgar 

Edwards 

Eftngbam 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hfuicock 

Hardiii 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

JoDaviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalie 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston 

Logan , 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall , 

Mason 

Massac 

MoDonongh . . . 

McHenry 

McLean , 

Menard , 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery... 



Amount 
charged. 



1, 



$51, 398 94 
64, 9SS 67 
12.0G0 32 
2-2.914 09 

22. 637 91 

17. 188 82 
69. 586 80 

4, 883 43 
36,036 33 
26.343 58 
75, 895 74 
46,413 54 
22,42:1 11 
20, 117 03 
27,961 62 

39.479 14 
1P2.2M 47 

13. 915 79 

15. 189 20 
50. 335 81 

28. 154 33 
26,236 91 
40, 695 04 
3U, 902 31 
10,771 12 
21,888 97 
30.474 52 

55. 744 91 
7, 139 46 

69,651 77 
10. 174 78 
31.619 67 

28. 745 39 
10, 553 26 
59,900 18 

5, 250 40 
25.506 57 
62. 860 04 
55, 757 79 
97,598*55 
13, 816 97 

15. 480 26 
28, 939 73 
27, 867 56 

8. 438 73 
87. 635 25 
30,827 64 
29, 036 11 
71. 448 61 
28,306 20 
126. 153 71 
12,920 76 
49.438 62 

70. 638 43 
56,807 05 
61,679 86 
54.380 02 
03. 125 38 
28.284 11 
29. 218 34 

32.155 49 
5. 849 95 

47. 812 05 

40.553 55 
133, 2Ji7 24 

9:), 887 11 

36. 554 44 
16.978 67 
41, 874 81 



Abatem'nts 

com'issions, 

etc. 



67,971 03 

11, 196 69 

1. 394 98 

4.962 19 

l.:i91 22 

2.563 iid 
19, 848 76 

210 02 

3, 172 15 

3, 377 52 

10t027 39 

6.821 68 

4, 487 51 

5, 467 60 
7. 957 02 
4, 865 15 

441, 300 70 
1, 393 64 

5. 564 33 
13,700 11 

5.296 45 
4, 775 35 

11.046 67 
7.555 48 
1.446 41 
8, 131 50 
6, 263 .14 
4,653 80 
854 60 

21,869 96 
2.359 48 
4, 594 70 
7. 610 36 
2.660 12 

10. 132 41 
2,291 85 
6.957 02 

20,631 84 
7.428 15 
5.780 38 
3.032 82 
3, 121 60 
3.403 01* 

6, 435 07 
3, 490 75 

95, 345 78 

8, 696 29 

3, 817 34 

90, 853 89 

2, 151 46 

31, 823 87 

4, 048 06 

14, 502 79 

10, 937 18 

19,287 09 

6,454 88 

13, 024 10 

19. 531 21 

6.C32 81 

5, 608 08 

7,797 93 

555 41 

7,069 45 

8.286 37 

43. 449 19 

9. 575 48 

4, 730 73 

5,988 26 

6,5 



Net amount 
payable to 

State 
Treasury. 



143, 427 91 
53, 725 98 
10. 065 34 
17,951 90 
21, 046 69 
14, 625 24 
49. 7,38 04 

4, 673 41 
22.864 18 
22.966 06 
65, gC8 35 
39.591 86 
17, 935 60 
14,649 43 
20, 024 60 
34. 613 99 
74U,860 '7 
12, 523 15 

9, 624 87 
36^ 625 70 
22,857 88 
21.451 56 
29. 646 37 
32.346 83 

9, 324 71 
13, 757 47 
24,191 18 
21,001 11 

6.264 86 
47.781 81 

7. 815 30 
97. 024 97 
91, 135 03 

7,893 14 
49, 767 77 

9.956 55 
18, :^9 M 
42.228 20 
46.399 64 
21.818 17 
10.786 15 
12. 358 66 
95,597 79 
91, 432 49 

4. 947 98 
•9,289 47 
92, 131 35 

25.208 77 

50, 594 72 

5W, 1.54 74 

106.399 84 

8.871 80 
34. 935 8:) 
59, 701 25 
37,519 H 
55.224 98 
41,355 92 
■X3, 604 07 
91,651 30 
93.609 36 
94.3.57 49 

5,994 54 
40, 749 60 
32, 367 98 
89,808 05 
91,311 63 
31.833 71 
10,990 41 
.15. 347 49 



r . 

Amount paid.' -^^J^"* 



$43,437 
53,r25 
10, 665 
17, 9,'* I 
91, 046 
12,417 
49. 7:i8 

4,673 
92,864 
22,966 
65.868 
39. .591 
17, 9:1.5 
14,649 
20.024 
34,613 
740.860 
12.523 

9.624 
36, 62.5 
22,857 
21.451 
29.646 
26,116 

9.324 
13. 757 
94,191 
91,091 

6,264 
47,781 

7,815 
97,034 

ii,i:i5 

7,893 
49,767 

9.958 
18. 549 
42,228 
48,329 
21,818 
10, 786 
12,358 
25.527 
91, 4:» 

4.947 
69,989 
92.131 
95,908 
50, .504 
26.154 
106,399 

8.671 
34,935 
59,701 
37. .519 
55.994 
41,355 
•1,590 
91,651 
9:1.609 
94, 357 

5,994 
40,749 
39,267 
60.808 
91.311 
31.893 
10,990 
35,347 



91 
99 
34 
90 
69 
31 
04 
41 
18 
06 
35 
86 
60 
43 
60 
99 
77 
15 
87 
70 
86 
.56 
37 
81 
71 
47 
18 
11 
9ft 
61 
30 
97 
03 
14 
77 
55 
55 
90 
64 
17 
15 
66 
79 
49 
96 
47 
35 
77 
79 
74 
84 
80 
83 
95 
96 
98 
99 
60 
30 
36 
49 
54 
60 
98 
05 
63 
71 
41 
49 



$9,907 93 



6,230 69 



19,083 47 



71 



[183] 



Statement — Gontinned. 



CounnsB. 



tformui .... 
Moaltzle... 

Mgla 

Peoria 

r«rry 

Piatt 

ISkeu. 

P«jpe , 

Pulaski 

Pnlnam ..., 

Randolph 

Kichland ... 
liocklalfuid. 

Stline 

Saugamon .. 

Schuyler 

S«itt 

fibclby 

Stark 

fitChur..,. 
Kiepbi^nson . 
Tstzewell ... 

Uuioo 

Vermilion .. 
Wahath.... 

Warren 

'Waahington 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteaide . . 
Will 

Wpliamson . 
Winnebaeo . 
Woodford... 

Totals.. 



Amount 
charged. 



1.%. 899 63 
!i>3,481 61 
53. 709 31 
dCi. 177 13 
18. 403 '24 
26. 357 64 
52.365 00 
7.466 55 
7.644 66 
II.. V» 48 
30.1)84 S7 
n. 978 66 
46. OS 53 
'9.083 97 
110. 5.36 84 
22. 793 43 
15,351 64 
42.864 09 
24. 890 73 
»102.976 11 
46. 055 48 
64. 573 33 
12. 042 09 
74, 713 55 
10, 934 10 
40,423 12 
22. 163 .17 
19.323 35 
17,223 65 
55, 940 91 
86..'>81 27 
10, 624 82 
59,266 04 
37, 196 43 



$5, 054, 435 44 



Ahatem'nta 


oom'isaioDs, 


etc. 


18.641 12 


5, 813 79 


4,711 79 


11 447 66 


4, r>97 r.9 


5, 'ri3 47 


7. 6o9 50 


1. 672 74 


4. 637 26 


522 50 


11, 393 00 


3.868 38 


10. 7.T2 1^ 


2.270 99 


37,439 10 


2. 492 32 


2. 0.')6 39 


4,228 70 


4, :'4>0 92 


25, 744 00 


11. TM 97 


13. 388 93 


8:i9 48 


12, 903 62 


1,905 28 


5. 166 76 


3, 975 19 


4. 057 09 


5. 042 44 


9, 656 81 


23, .325 68 


2, 313 76 


12. 065 31 


4.911 87 



f 1,261.1^ 28 



Net anioant 
payable to 

iState 
Treaaury. 



$50,258 71 
16.667 82 
48, 997 52 
74, 729 47 
14. 304 65 
20. 644 17 
44, 11)5 50 

5. 793 81 

3. 007 40 
11,035 98 
19,491 27 
14 110 28 
35.2H0 78 

6, 812 98 
73, 097 74 
20.301 13 
12, 414 65 
3ti. 635 33 
20, 529 81 
77.232 11 
34, 320 51 
51. 184 40 
11, 202 61 
61, 809 93 

9.028 82 
35, 256 36 
18, 188 18 
15,266 26 
12, 181 21 
46,1!84 10 
63,255 50 

8,311 06 
40, 200 73 
32,284 56 



Amount paid. 



•50,258 71 
16, 667 82 
48, 997 59 
74.789 47 
14, 304 65 
20,644 17 
44,705 50 

5,793 81 

3,007 40 
11. 035 98 
19,491 27 
14.110 28 
35, 2«9 78 

2,984 04 
73,097 74 
20.301 13 
12, 414 65 
38.635 33 
20, :<29 81 
66. 545 48 
34. 320 51 
51, 184 40 
11,202 61 
61, 809 93 
'9, 028 82 
35.256 36 
18, 188 18 
15,266 26 
12, 181 21 
46,284 10 
63,255 59 

8,311 06 
40,200 7J 
32,284 56 



13, 793, 270 16 93, 760, 233 17 



Amonnt 
paid. 



$3,828 94 



8,686 63 



$33,036 99 



* Abatementa estimated. 



[184] 



72 



No. 17. 

Detailed Statement of abatements^ commissions^ etc.^ in each county, for 
the year 1873 ("explaining second column in Statement No. l^.J 



CouNn 



City of Qainoy 

▲dams 

Alezauder 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

CaM 

Chani|>aign 

CliriBtian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

•Cook 



Crawford 

Cuniberiand . 

BeKalb 

DeVVitt 

Douglas 

DuPa^e 

Edgar 

Sd wards 

Sftlnfiham . . . 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Oreeno 

Grundy 

Hamilton — 
Hancook — 

Hardin 

Henderson... 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jenenion .... 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess... 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee.... 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston .. 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mnson 

MaAsao 

MoDonongb . 
MoUeury — 

tMoLoan 

Menard 

Morc«r 

Monroe. 

Montgomery 
Morgan 



Errors, in- 
solvencies, 

comniis8*us, 

and other 

ordinary 

abateuj'uts.' 



11 

18 



•5.09-2 53 
2, 4tfO 00 
1,055 39 
8,9*26 60 
1, 004 94 

969 17 
8, ."leo 03 

210 U3 
1, 024 60 

981 25 
3 451 
1,773 
I, n-i 3«* 
1.431 57 
3 8:^0 28 
8. 480 22 
272,766 52 
1, 393 64 
3,629 75 
2. 08.-I 79 

1, 189 73 
3, :n3 82 
6. 127 21 
6, 100 49 
1, 132 20 
4.810 30 
3,836 83 
i,2:u 92 

854 60 
S, {190 61 

832 :I5 

974 93 
1,098 :m 

873 66 
2. 137 06 

346 65 
3. 679 54 
2, 004 28 

2, 499 75 
4,654 12 
3.032 82 
1,888 17 
2.177 51 

1.261 02 
1.761 62 
2.641 57 
2.001 86 
1,090 15 
2, 626 22 

890 U 
8,061 23 
1,049 08 

1, 865 5) 

2, 646 t<9 
2.401 72 
2. 0;16 78 
5, 567 :tO 

6. 262 96 

3, 4^7 84 

1. 365 49 

2. 879 44 
555 41 

1, 472 .10 

I. 497 70 

98, 181 53 

H45 51 

1,841 92 

4, 159 45 
2,956 43 
2,152 50 



7.36 of tax 
of 1873. f>n. 

Joined and 
nnoolleoted. 



•2,571 53 



1,345 11 



318 70 

82,556 ra 



837 19 



689 16 



314 51 



519 91 



287 54 
4:14 60 



945 86 



700 67 



1,156 99 



8,439 TJ 



305 99 



307 07 



949 65 



7-36 of tax 
of 1873. en- 

Joitietl iu 
bands of col- 
lector. 



•10 658 00 



86,067 45 



6,840 68 



9,638 30 



11,516 46 



4,786 75 



9, 758 42 



5, 140 09 



14, 3:i4 72 
5,376 14 



19,919 52 



5,363 39 

'7,865 73' 



Tax of 1873 

on raih'uads 

and other 

coriMirat'us, 

enjoined 

from coUeo* 

tlon. 



9,033 87 



9,499 97 



•306 97 
8,706 69 

339 5!* 
9.033 50 

586 28 
l,.'i04 41 
5, 285 63 



9, 147 X* 

9, .196 27 
6, 576 28 
5,048 50 
9,715 19 
4, 0:)6 03 
4, 126 74 
9,006 23 



1. 934 .'Sd 
9, 5:i6 45 
4, 106 72 
1. 4U1 53 
1, 594 00 
1.454 99 
314 21 
3,321 20 
9, 446 46 
3,491 88 



7. 362 89 
1.527 13 
3,619 77 
1, 410 76 
1.7rt6 46 

7, 475 42 
1, 945 20 
9,989 94 

8, 434 .^4 
4,928 40 

180 40 



1,933 43 
1,224 50 
.13 96 
1,729 13 
7,668 82 
1,318 29 
2,727 19 
6,015 15 
1,961 35 
6.049 :» 
9,999 88 
4,226 97 
8,290 29 
7,851 50 
4.418 10 
7,456 80 
10,818 52 
3, 174 97 
4.943 49 
4,918 49 



5,291 86 
4.:i66 30 
15, 267 66 
1.729 97 
9,581 74 
1,89A 81 
3,321 04 
6. 488 62 



Total abate- 

nients. com- 

misaioDSt eto. 



•7,971 03 

11. 19C 69 
1.9M 98 
4,96B 19 
1,501 99 
9,563 58 

19. 848 76 

910 (» 

3. 179 15 

3, 377 Si 

10,027 39 
6,821 68 
4. 487 51 
5,467 60 
7. 937 09 
4.965 15 
441, 390 70 
1,393 64 
5. 564 33 

13.700 11 
5,ie96 45 
4, 775 35 

11,048 67 
7,555 48 
1, 446 41 
g, 131 50 
6.i:83 34 
4.653 80 
654 60 

91,t«9 96 
2,359 48 
4,594 70 
7.610 36 
2.660 12 

10. 132 41 
2.291 65 
6.957 02 

90.631 84 
7,428 15 
5,780 38 
3,032ft 
3,121 60 
3,402 01 
6,4a5 07 
3.490 75 

95,345 78 
8,696 99 
3,817 34 

90,853 89 
9.151 46 

91,823 87 
4,0M9i 

14.502 79 

10.P37 18 

19, 287 09 
6.454 88 

13. 024 10 

19. 521 21 
6.632 81 
5,608 98 
7,797 93 
555 41 
7.089 45 
8.2»6 37 
. 43, 449 19 
9,575 48 
4.730 73 
^986 9l 
6.597 32 
8.64119 



73 



[185 1 



Statement — Oontinned. 



CousmiB. 



Xodtrie 

O^tt. 

Peoria. 

Perry , 

Ptett 

Pike 

Pope. — ... 

PnlB^l 

Pitxiam 

SuMlolph.... 

BSeUand 

loeklihDd. 

&line 

EiiifEftiiMni. . . 

Sebayler 

Seott 

ShdbT 

8lvk. 

gtCWr.... 

Tuewell 

Union 

Termillon . . 

Wabwh 

Wnren 

WMhington. 

Werne 

Vwte 

Wbiteeide. . 
Win 

WilUuDIMIIl . 

WfamebaiFo.. 
▼oodfozd. . . 

Totela.. 



Errors, in- 
•olrencies, 
eommiaa'iu, 
•nd other 
ordinary 
Abatoni'nU. 



•3,413 07 
1.W3 43 

3.100 83 
3,*iSa76 
1,460 30 
1,917 74 
l,fi72 74 
3,083 40 

507 65 
8,618 75 
1.804 36 

3.101 8D 
8,870 90 

10. 534 64 
1. 013 85 

616 84 
1,957 44 

906 75 

15,744 00 

1,714 68 

ft, 716 16 

839 48 
4,165 66 

944 70 
1,300 66 
8,350 18 
3,031 63 
1, 443 14 
1,859 74 
3,474 00 
1,656 13 
1,873 87 
1,388 31 



$578,784 09 



7-36 of tez 
of 1873, en- 

Joinod and 
uncollected. 



11.397 38 



378 76 
96 36 



141 75 



156 61 



860 68 



I Tax of 1R73 
7-36 of tak !on iBilroada 
of 1873, en- and other 
foined in 'corporat'na, 



faandflofcol 
lecton. 



117, 166 11 



8,881 88 



e^)oined 
ttma collec- 
tion. 



15,074 16 



8,849 83 



198,959 84 $345.386 70 



$8,401 78 
8,758 36 
6, 919 65 
1, 813 83 
4,853 17 
5,741 76 



1, 014 86 
14 85 
8,774 85 
8,664 (» 
7,631 55 



9,359 59 
1.380 71 
8. 319 55 
8,871 33 
3,454 17 



1,738 41 
7,678 77 



8,737 94 
1,060 58 
3.866 10 
1.483 86 
1,035 46 
3,509 30 
7,797 07 
4,680 91 
657 63 
481 53 
3,533 66 



$344,095 35 



Total abat«- 

ments, com- 

tnisaions, etc. 



$5. 813 79 
4,711 79 

11, 447 66 
4,097 50 
5,713 47 
7,650 50 
1. 673 74 
4, 637 36 
533 50 

11, 3!):) 00 

3, f 68 38 
10, 7:« 73 

3. 370 99 

37,4:10 10 

3,493 38 

3, 9:{6 :<9 

4. «v»8 76 
4,3r« 93 

85,744 00 

11. TM 97 

13, 3H8 93 

d.{9 48 

13, do:) 63 

1, OO.'S 38 

5, 16<t 76 

3, 975 19 

4,067 09 

5, 043 44 

9,656 81 

83, 335 68 

3, 3i:t 76 

13, 065 31 

4.911 87 



$1,361,163 38 



* Of thU amount ($878, 766 98). $74, 350 86 ia for tax of 1873, "appealed and ei^oined," which U not an 
'^ordinary abatement," 

t Isa, 181 S3 Indodes $90, 388 88 tax on increased valaation over 1868, which had heen placed to credit 
V KeLean county bond f imd, prior to decision of Saprems Court forbidding such diveMon of State tax. 

;£eti]na(ed. 



[284] 



74 



No. 18. 

Statement of the condition of that portion of the State Tax levied upon 
assessinent of 1873, tn excess of the amount needed to raise $3,500,000, 
being seven thirty-sixths of the amount cliarged. 



Commits. 



CityofQnincy. 

Adams 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Caaa 

Champaign 

ChriHtian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Colee , 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland*" 

DeKalb 

DeWltt 

Donelas 

Da Page 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham , 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Gmndy 

Hamilton 

Hanoock 

Hardin 

Hendereon 

Honry 

Iroquois 

JacKSon 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSaUe 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston 

Logan 

Maoon 

Haooupin 

ICadison 

liarion 

Marshall 

Hason 

Massao 

IfoDonongh.... 

McHenry 

McLean , 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 



Sbvbn Thiktt-sutiu of State Tax of 1873. 



TotaL 



18,919 49 

19,606 44 
9,341 15 
4,199 65 
4,398 59 
3.303 79 

13, 516 16 

949 55 

5, 069 61 

5. 113 36 

14,691 39 
9, O^H 44 
4, 31U 53 
3,789 17 
4, 9M 59 
7, 518 4P 
315, 053 58 

9.595 46 
9,699 00 
9,785 58 
5, 347 89 
4, 966 Ul 
0, 079 14 
7,(i09 00 
9.09i 40 

3.596 39 
5, 476 10 
5,U(J5 96 
1,373 19 

13,441 68 

1,978 41 

0, 148 94 

5,589 36 

1,989 68 

11, 003 09 

1,090 86 

4, 450 04 

19,999 77 

1(1, 785 39 

4,996 91 

9,497 98 

9,863 56 

5,495 56 

5, 359 13 

1, 549 80 

17,040 17 

5,911 06 

5, 64U 95 

13, 899 76 

5.503 96 

94, 694 67 

9,433 76 

0,574 39 

13,774 04 

10,963 54 

11,990 09 

10, 189 76 

17, 597 93 

4, 975 74 

5,656 56 

6,090 35 

1, liJU 40 

0.996 77 

7,889 84 

95,579 40 

4,639 04 

7,094 57 

9,689 48 



Abatem'ts, 
commis- 
sions, etc. 



•974 53 

a. 167 90 

967 33 

750 75 

309 33 

469 98 

1, 513 05 

40 81 

616 84 

653 73 

1, 903 79 

1,394 96 

834 89 

989 31 

1,960 07 

741 59 

46. 499 40 

906 36 

646 37 

707 71 

918 64 
896 98 
550 89 

1. 378 98 
981 96 

1, 101 94 
849 45 
9vl4 96 
155 89 

1,995 99 
536 55 
893 41 
488 10 
464 96 

1.&19 66 
445 69 
788 78 

9,099 75 

1. 396 Ul 
695 57 
393 01 
479 99 
561 05 

919 (»4 
503 74 

9,004 78 

534 94 

741 79 

1,680 94 

4L8 39 

9,806 13 

749 49 

1,163 33 

9,165 45 

1,999 67 

1,954 75 

9.936 99 

3,004 73 

667 16 

1.073 38 

1,306 9 1 

75 74 

1, 310 31 

1,138 34 

4,:iU6 69 

495 74 

843 94 

719 67 



Eqioined 

trom 
collection. 



19,571 53 



1,345 11 



318 70 
89,556 73 



937 19 
'689'i6 



314 51 
519 91 



987 54 
434 60 



945 86 



700 67 



1,156 99 



9.439 73 



305 98 



307 07 



Net 

amount 

collected. 



#6.373 43 

10, 439 94 
9,073 69 
3,371 90 
4, 069 96 
9,834 44 

10.658 00 

9.8 74 

4, 445 77 

4,459 63 

19, 787 67 
7,684 18 
3,475 64 
9,799 86 
3, 67i) 45 
6,458 90 

66, U67 45 
9,389 10 
1, 783 53 
6,840 68 
4,429 95 

4.139 73 
5.739 09 
6.930 09 
1,813 14 
9, 495 08 
4.633 65 
4, 101 09 
1, 917 37 

11, 516 46 
1,441 86 
5,954 83 
4, 780 75 
1, 505 49 
9, 95(1 99 
575 96 
3, 373 79 
9. 758 49 

9. 389 31 
3,356 78 
9,034 97 

9.390 57 
4,934 51 

5. 140 U9 
956 06 

14, 334 79 
5,376 14 
4,899 16 

19, 919 59 
5. 065 64 

90,661 55 
1, 691 34 
7, 865 73 

11,608 58 
9, 1133 87 

10,735 34 
7,959 64 

19.063 47 
4,108 58 
4,583 16 
4, 714 15 
1, U94 66 
7,681 17 
6,744 50 

91,979 56 
4. 136 30 
5, 943 56 
1,979 61 



Ei^iolned in j 

Collector's 

hands. 



*#9,907 93 
10,658 00 



66,067 45 



8,84vi 68 



9,638 3) 
*6, 930 09 



11, 516 46 



4,786 75 



9, 756 49 



9, 140 (« 



14,334 79 
5,376 14 



19,219 59 
"5,"363'39' 



7,865 73 
' 8, 033" 87 



*19,083 47 



9,499 97 



PaidStatA 
Treasurer. 



•6,373 43 

10, 439 94 

9.073 82 

3,371 SM 

4,U89 9S 

696 51 

"""aw 74 

4,445 77 
4.459 63 
19,787 67 
7.fi84 16 
3,475 64 
9.799 86 
3. 670 45 
6,458 90 



9,369 10 
1,783 5J 


4,499 S5 
4.139 73 
3,100 79 



1,813 14 
9.495 08 
L4.633 65 
4,11 a 09 
1,917 37 



1, 441 86 
5,954 83 

1.505*49 

9,950 99 

575 96 

3,373 79 



9.389 31 
3.356 78 
9.034 97 

9.390 57 
4,934 51 



956.06 
■*4."888 M 


.^OdS 
15.996 
1.691 34 


11,608 58 


10.735 34 
7,959 84 

• 



4.106 56 
4,563 18 
4, 714 15 
1,094 66 
7,661 17 
4,3«93 
91, 979 96 
4.136 30 
5.943 56 
1.679 81 



76 



[185] 



Statement — Gontinaed. 



COUXTIES. 



Mont<;mnery. 

liorom 

Uottluie 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Ppm- 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

PuImW 

PntAimi .... 

Bandolph 

Blchbmfl .... 
Kock lalaad. 

Sdinef 

finopuQoD.... 

Bchovler 

Scou 

8h«lby 

Stark 

StClairt... 
StepbeDiwxi.. 

Tazewell 

Um<» 

Termilion... 

Vabaah 

Warren 

Wiahiogton. 

Wavne 

White 

Wbfteride... 
WIU 

Wniiamaon. . 

Winoe 

Woodfi 



!b«n>. 
OTdl. 



Total*. 



SUX%« TBiBTT-fiUTBa OF StaTI TaX OV 1873. 



Total. 



•a, 055 <n 

11.334 61 
4,037 53 

10.417 8-2 

16, 004 63 
3,315 55 
5.005 03 

10, 177 37 
1,«7I 76 
1,020 95 
9,94.'^ 18 
4, 769 10 
3,495 87 
8,8^3 98 
1, 743 56 

91,S4S 90 
4,418 68 
2,073 04 
S.944 74 
4,839 87 

17.976 35 
8^946 07 

19,008 36 
9,309 37 

14.490 49 
9,196 04 
7.if55 19 
4.058 74 
3. 460 69 
3.978 66 

10,667 58 

16. 805 95 
1. e.n 36 

10, 169 81 
7,939 61 



1050.565 90 



Abatem'ta, 

oommU- 

sions, etc. 



II, 179 06 

1,600 74 
855 89 
899 36 

1,888 77 
641 06 

1,087 73 

1, 484 63 

ISO 67 

441 91 

89 64 

1,999 06 
759 i!2 

9.085 98 
418 81 

3, 697 3.'} 
459 96 
550 00 
784 56 
847 98 

9.181 90 
664 19 

9,994 39 
149 50 

9,446 71 
370 44 

1,003 Ti 
998 36 
571 90 
931 96 

1,866 48 

1,575 18 
300 09 
459 30 
055 06 



1153, 007 68 



Enfoinad 

xrom 
oolleoUon. 



1949 85 



1,307 38 



378 76 
98 36 



141 75 



156 61 

soo'os 



•98,950 94 



amoaiit 
coUectod. 



#6,696 76 
9,795 87 
3,171 63 
9.518 46 

13,318 48 
9,674 49 
4.008 90 
8,609 74 
1,119 09 
579 04 
9.155 54 
3.540 04 
9. 743 65 
6,798 40 
1, 394 75 

17, 166 11 
3, 867 36 
9, 413 95 
7,460 16 
3.991 89 

15,095 15 
8.981 88 
9. 783 97 
9. 159 'rt 

11, orj 78 

1.755 60 
6.851 40 
3,388 63 
9.897 79 
9.347 38 
8,801 10 

15.074 16 
1.537 34 
8,849 83 
6,977 53 

1 



1697.608 96 



Enjoined in 

CoUectur's 
bands. 



8,981 88 



15, 074 16 

'8,849 83 



Paid Stote 
TrcwBurer. 



•1.384 73 I 
17, 166 It 



|6. 696 76 
9. 795 87 
3. 171 6:1 
9.518 46 

13,318 48 
9.674 49 
4,008 20 
8. 699 74 
1.119 09 
579 04 
9, 155 54 
3.540 04 
9. 743 65 
6,798 40 



3,867 36 
9. 413 9^ 
7. 460 18 
3.991 80 
15, 005 15 

"6.783 97 
9. 159 78 

11.973 78 
1. 7.')5 60 
6,H5l 46 
3. 388 63 
8,897 79 
2. 347 38 
8,801 10 

"i,*537'34 

■*«.'977"53 



•967.939 b7 •430,466 U 



' Withheld from Steta Treasury by CoUeotor. irithoat if^npcUon. 

ISsttinatod. 



[188] 



76 



No. 19, 

StcUement of School Fund Tax levied in the year 1872, showing the aggre- 
gate amount charged^ the amount deducted for abatements^ commissions^ 
etc.<f tJie net amount collected, tlie amount paid to each county ^ etc. 



C0UNTIB8. 



Adams 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone ,. 

Brown 

Bnreaa 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

CaaB 

Champaign .... 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Ccmberland . . . 

DeKalb 

DeWltt 

Bouelas 

DnPage 

Edpir 

Edwards 

Eflingham 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fnlton 

Gallatin 

Oreene 

Orondy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hanlm 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson :. 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

JoBa\iess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall i 

Knox 

Lake 

LsSalle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston .... 

Losan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

MarshaU 

Mason 

Massac 

MoDonongh . . . 

MoHenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery... 

Morgan 

Moultrie 



Amount 
charged. 



•34.389 83 
3. 170 53 
5, 133 97 
4,778 96 
3.349 39 

14,931 86 
1.480 87 
5. 760 44 
5, 570 10 

15, 730 47 
9, 934 47 
5,460 51 
4.633 64 
6, 391 01 

9.533 18 
189.846 33 

3,504 19 
3,667 03 
9,080 69 
5,727 30 
5,663 43 
7,887 50 
10,068 17 
3. SCO 63 

5.460 79 
6,731 10 
5,188 87 
3,340 03 

13,805 73 
3,884 34 
7.661 35 
5,744 88 
3,088 01 

13, 470 74 

937 97 

6. 678 39 

14, 709 56 

11, 890 46 
7.815 09 
3.813 90 
5.464 79 
6,595 13 
6.486 80 
1,635 85 

16,607 38 
6.756 34 
5,034 98 

15,687 73 
6,591 41 

86, 198 74 

3.461 49 
9.584 48 

15,177 36 

10, 451 04 

11, 564 39 

15.358 89 

90,334 99 

7.354 84 

6,380 18 

7,393 37 

1,800 53 

10, 315 61 

9.063 64 

98. 135 16 

4.914 81 

8.918 93 

4. 534 08 
9.060 19 

15,575 34 
4,597 55 



Amount of 

abatements, 

oommiss'ns, 

etc. 



•1, 073 88 
150 60 
685 04 
916 64 
183 76 
465 40 
64 88 
897 78 
843 04 
663 08 
494 36 
311 93 
353 56 

1,067 88 
577 98 
86,785 40 
897 34 
538 84 
306 84 
995 73 
443 34 

1,548 00 

690 00 

96 84 

1,810 40 
819 34 
930 84 
168 04 
503 80 
649 34 
974 68 
839 48 
S98 94 
541 44 
80 60 

1,309 80 
507 48 
527 48 

1, 137 19 

463 56 
447 90 
537 08 
395 88 
9U1 68 
977 99 
491 90 
903 94 
557 00 
934 84 

1,398 98 
968 36 

464 66 
1, 319 84 

449 40 
431 48 
1.041 44 
9,053 16 
910 76 
977 56 
503 98 
141 39 
611 53 
358 94 
1,565 19 
156 40 
383 98 
947 68 
457 08 
583 98 
630 66 



Xet 
amount 



193,315 94 
3,019 93 
4. 448 93 
4.560 33 
3,065 63 
13 766 46 
1; 416 59 
5,463 78 

5.338 06 
15,068 39 

9,440 ]] 
5,148 59 
4,880 06 
5,333 73 
8.955 96 
163 060 93 
3,306 95 
3,138 19 
8,773 85 
5,431 58 
5,1»0 18 

6.339 50 
9.378 17 
9, 463 79 
4,950 39 
5,901 86 
4,958 63 
9.177 98 

13.913 53 

3,635 00 

7,386 67 

5,515 40 

9,853 77 

19,939 30 

847 97 

5,368 59 

14,803 08 

11, 363 98 

6,087 97 

3,749 34 

5.017 50 

6.058 04 

6.090 93 

1, 433 17 

15, 719 46 

6,335 04 

4,831 74 

15. 130 73 

6,366 57 

94.800 46 

3. 193 13 

9,350 80 

13. 957 53 

10, 001 64 

11. 149 91 

14,917 45 

18. 179 83 

6, 344 08 

6,003 56 

6,700 99 

1.659 90 

9,704 09 

8,710 40 

96, 570 04 

4.758 41 

8,534 95 

3.586 40 

8,613 11 

14,993 06 

3,966 87 



Amount i»aid 
county. 



139,160 49 
3.996 87 
5,489 91 
4,813 46 
5,066 85 

19,837 63 
9,780 78 
6,675 33 
4,440 96 

13.015 94 
8, 105 55 
7.799 91 
6,798 11 
6,574 48 

10, 376 31 
139.845 35 
6.014 67 
5.839 76 
8. 780 10 
5,963 78 
5.583 48 
6,193 73 
8,796 18 
3,303 98 
6, 497 74 
8,177 90 
3, 508 57 
5, 8:26 84 

15. 398 43 
4.865 08 
8.904 91 
5, 785 19 
5,867 77 

14.546 98 
3,195 39 
4,899 43 

13,77.'» 87 

10, 413 03 
8,130 40 
4,949 13 
7.849 03 
5,895 54 

11. 315 93 
5.093 37 

14. 177 95 

10,033 00 
4.650 95 

14,989 80 
7.879 78 

93. 743 68 
5,338 66 

10,645 16 

19. 755 77 
9,355 95 

10, 516 53 

13, 9rJ 19 

17,569 39 
8,400 07 
6,695 79 
6,489 70 
3.984 44 

10. 819 09 
8,793 95 

91.038 18 
4.650 93 
7,590 16 
5.973 88 

10,384 85 

11, 03 ( 88 
4,360 06 



Amount re- 
ceived Arom 
county over 
am'nt paid. 



•1,146 45 



998 84 



878 08 
8,059 45 
1,334 56 



40,815 58 



145 78 
561 99 



1,360 06 



469 16 
436 81 
950 96 



169 50 



1,541 51 



180 79 
140 84 



1,056 78 



1,901 75 
646 39 
696 38 
944 96 
610 44 



91199 



5,531 86 

108 19 

1,014 79 



Amount 
paid oomit J 
over luao'at 

received. 





$976 95 

1.040 98 

SStt 14 

9,009 09 


1,364 19 
1.919 61 






9,581 39 
9; 516 03 
1.950 75 
1,490 95 



3,956 84 



9.807 79 

2, 101 57 

6 95 

531 90 





740 13 
9.947 35 
9.976 04 



3,646 86 
9.184 80 
9,330 08 
817 54 
369 79 
3.014 00 
1, 616 98 
1.347 49 



9.049 43 
9,199 79 
1^831 44 



5. 195 01 
3,670 90 



3. 



1.513 IS 



9,145 53 
1.585 36 



9.055 90 



9.39594 

1,115 00 

69M 



1,686 48 
1,179 14 



77 



[189] 



Statement — Contmaed. 



CouxTna. 



Ofsie 

Peoria 

I^HIJI .... ... 

PSatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pnluki 

Potusm — . 
Saiidolph .. 
Blchland ... 
Boek iHland 

aaline 

SmnfLBBkoa .. 

fichayler 

Scott 

8helby 

Sttfk 

St. CUtr 

Stephtamon . 

Tazewell 

TJaioD 

Yenuilion . . 
Wabaah.... 
Vairen . . - . , 
Waihington 

Vayne 

WMte 

Whitetfide . 

vm 

^aiiamsoii . 
'Winiiebago . 
IFoodfonl... 

Totids . . 



Amoaot 
ohai^ged. 



$13^296 56 
19, 162 56 

4.453 06 
5,681 58 

11,903 18 
9.116 33 
1,897 11 
3,499 66 
8,9:tl 09 
4,369 59 

19, i:» 83 
3,065 63 

36.004 93 
5,053 64 
3, :«9 74 
9.i»H 57 
4. 775 44 

96,933 73 

10,450 09 

13, 900 63 
3.379 78 

16, 460 91 
9,473 04 
9,707 30 
6,798 94 
4.940 54 
4,369 54 

11.356 95 

15, 419 45 
3,479 99 

13, ISii 39 
7,464 67 



Amount at 

abatem'Dta, 

oommisa'ius 

etc. 



•1,063.506 96 



•644 64 

696 04 
536 53 
360 36 
394 88 
351 44 
796 57 
108 56 

3,353 00 
185 16 
914 58 
155 00 

3,013 53 
380 13 
119 44 
488 98 
198 48 

4.343 44 
481 56 

1,141 08 
194 53 
748 73 
119 00 
413 96 
695 93 
581 38 
874 93 
664 53 
560 99 
558 64 
417 16 
999 78 



Net 
amoimt. 



•13.651 93 

18,966 53 
3, 916 54 
5,431 83 

10,807 90 
1,764 88 
1.100 54 
3,391 10 
6,678 09 
4. 184 43 

11,235 3U 
1. 910 69 

33,991 41 
4,838 58 
3,190 30 
8.999 65 
4,576 96 

si.roo 88 

9.968 53 

18.0S0 55 

3.178 90 

15. 719 19 

3,354 04 

9.994 34 

6,033 09 

4,359 99 

4,094 68 

10, 693 43 

14,858 53 

1,990 65 

11,736 83 

7. 164 95 



Amefint paid 
oonBty. 



•10,98165 

18 948 18 

5.683 60 

4,487 38 

18.500 71 

5,011 98 

3.391 01 

3,406 79 

8,557 93 

5,469 47 

11.968 Tfi 

5,661 68 

17,805 08 

6,904 06 

4, 105 76 

10, 757 70 

4.906 61 

19, 949 98 

19, 193 77 

10,979 87 

6,978 69 

IS. 448 85 

3.676 04 

9,030 37 

7,337 95 

8,691 67 

7,387 95 

10, 590 91 

16, 438 53 

8, 064 68 

10, 784 01 

7,517 84 



•87,664 09 ^946 938 17 j9l,000,000 00 



Amonnt re- 
ceived ttom 
county over 
amn't paid. 



Amount 
paid county 
over amo'nt 

received. 



•9,130 87 



6,186 39 



370 35 
1,940 30 



1,079 68 
'3,'869'94' 
"*335'67" 



171 53 



953 83 



•86,356 97 



•675 66 
1,767 06 

3,347 10 
8,890 47 

17 69 
1,879 84 
l,9t^ 04 

37 40 
3,751 06 



3,071 56 

915 46 

1.756 05 




3,835 94 


3,800 48 


1.338 00 


1,894 93 
4,339 45 
3,933 33 


1,574 00 
6,143 97 


3S9 99 



•191, 484 80 



[190] 



78 



No, 20. 

Statement of School Fund Tax levied m the year 1873, shomng the aggre- 
gate amount charged^ the amount deducted for abatements^ cammissionsn 
ete.y the net amount collected^ the amount paid to each county y etc. 



GOUKTIKS. 



Adams 

Alexander . . . 

Bond 

Boone 

BroTv^n 

Bnreaa 

Calhoun .^... 

Carroll 

Case 

Cbarapai|^ . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland.. 

DeKalb 

DeVVitt 

Donglas 

IhiPage 

Sdfrar 

Edwards 

Etfinf^ham . . . 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson... 

Henry 

Iroquois. 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess... 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee . . . 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSaUe 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston .. 

Logran 

Macon 

Macoupin.... 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDouougb.. 

McHenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery. 
Morgan 



Am't charged 



199.180 40 

3,015 09 

5,798 S9 

6,001 99 

4.997 90 

17, 396 45 

1,990 86 

6.509 08 

6.585 89 

18, 973 93 

11,603 38 

5.605 78 

5, 099 96 

6, 995 40 

9.869 79 
295, 569 88 

3, 478 94 
3, 797 30 

19. 581 45 
7, 0.18 .W 
6,556 79 

10, 173 76 
9,989 59 
9. 692 78 
5.472 94 
7, 618 63 
6.436 93 
1,784 86 

17, 412 94 
9,543 70 
7,904 92 
7,186 34 
2,638 39 

14, 975 05 
1, 319 60 
6, 376 64 

15. 715 01 

13. 039 45 
6.899 64 
3. 454 74 

3.870 07 
7, 9:f2 43 
6,966 88 
9. 109 68 

21, 908 81 

7, 706 91 

7,256 59 

17, 869 15 

7, 076 55 

39, 038 43 

3, 930 19 

19. 359 66 

17, 659 61 

14,901 76 

15, 419 96 

13, 595 01 
23. 981 39 

7,071 03 

7.304 58 

8,038 85 

1, 469 48 

11. 953 01 

]n i:<8 39 

3, 314 31 

ft 971 78 

9. i:k) 61 

4.244 66 

10, 4BS 70 

14, 794 «6 



Amount of 
abatements, 
oommissiona, 
eto. 



$4, 419 09 

348 75 

1,240 55 

657 89 

931 42 

3, 191 73 

59 50 

793 03 

844 38 

2,506 65 

1, 705 42 

1.121 88 

1, 366 90 

1, 989 25 

1.169 27 

65, 475 60 

348 41 

i,:m 08 
2.066 85 
1.324 11 
1. 193 84 
2,.'&89 18 
1.688 87 

361 60 
2,039 87 
1, 570 83 
1,163 45 

213 65 
3, 768 81 

589 87 
1, 146 68 
1, 150 14 

665 03 
2,456 61 

579 96 
1, 696 84 
3.654 47 
1. 857 04 
1, 305 57 

758 90 

780 40 

850 50 

850 60 

879 69 
4.118 71 
1,381 09 

954 30 
3,419 19 

537 66 
6. 069 97 
1.019 94 
2,385 07 
2,734 90 
3.489 02 
1.613 72 
3,256 03 
5, 7.59 00 
1,658 90 
1. 409 24 
1,949 48 

138 85 
1.799 33 
9, 157 31 
5,765 08 

643 87 
1.137 38 
1,497 96 
1,504 97 
9,160 28 



Net amoontw 



|94, 767 78 
2, 666 34 
4,487 97 
5. 343 47 
3.365 78 
14,204 79 
1, 168 36 
5, 716 05 
5.74L 51 

16, 467 08 
9,897 96 
4. 483 90 
3,669 36 
5,006 IS 
8. 700 59 

SIO, 087 98 
3,130 53 
9,406 99 
10, 514 60 
5, 714 47 
5, 369 88 
7.584 58 
6, 100 79 
2,331 18 
3,439 37 
6, 047 80 
5, 979 78 
1. .•»7l 91 
13. 644 13 
1.953 83 
6, 756 94 
6.0M6 90 

1.973 99 
19. 518 44 

739 64 

4. 679 80 

19,060 54 

19. 089 41 

5. .')94 07 
2.696 54 
3.089 67 

6, 381 93 
6.116 28 
1.2;M> 99 

17, 790 10 
0,3^ 89 
7.309 29 

14, 4.MI 03 
6,538 69 

25,976 16 
2,217 95 

9.974 59 
14, 995 32 
10, 712 74 
13, 806 24 
10. 338 98 
17. .529 39 

5. 419 83 
5,909 34 
6,069 37 
1.393 63 

10, 930 68 
7,981 06 

97, 549 93 
5, .197 91 
8,001 23 
9,747 60 
8.873 73 

12,564 68 



Amount 
Amount paid received fh>m 
county, j county over 
amount paid. 



199,169 49 
3.996 87 
5,489 91 

4. 819 46 
5.068 95 

19.837 63 
9,780 78 
«. 675 33 
4, 449 98 

13. 015 94 
8, 105 55 
7. 729 91 
6,796 11 
6.574 48 

10, 376 91 
199, 945 35 
6, 014 67 
5, 999 76 
8. 790 10 
5. 969 78 
5 583 48 
e; 193 79 
8,796 18 

3.903 99 
6. 497 74 
8, 177 90 
3.508 57 

5.820 84 
15,398 49 

4 665 08 

8. 904 91 
5,785 19 
5.867 77 

14, 546 28 
9, 195 39 
4,699 43 

13, 775 97 

10, 419 02 
8. 130 40 
4,949 13 
r,849 03 
5.895 54 

11,915 93 

5,099 .-n 

14, 177 95 

10, 039 00 

4. 650 95 

14, 989 69 

7.879 79 

93. 743 68 

5.338 66 

10.645 16 

19, 755 77 

9, 355 25 

10. 516 53 

13,973 19 

17, 569 39 

8.400 07 

6.695 79 

6,489 70 

3,98) 44 

10. 819 09 

8.793 25 

21,038 18 

4,650 29 

7, 590 16 

5.979 88 

10,384 95 

11,033 22 



$^598 99 



531 01 
1,367" io 



1,991 53 
3,451 14 
1,799 41 



87.641 93 



1, 734 50 



1,390 86 



1, 674 91 



951 01 



1, 670 39 



486 39 



3,619 15 
i,' 651 27 



2,232 48 



2,169 55 
1, 357 49 
3,989 71 



6, 511 05 
677 69 
481 07 



1.S3] 46 



Amount 

paid oounty 

OA'er amount 

received. 





11.330 53 
1.001 24 


1.702 47 


1, 612 42 
959 98 






3.246 01 
3. 135 75 
1.566 33 
1,675 69 


2 884 14 
2,823 54 

24831 

290 00 


695 46 

879 74 

S.O.'W 37 

2,130 10 


4,255 63 
1,754 29 
2.911 25 
1.447 97 



3.894 48 
2.097 84 
1, 455 75 
219 63 
1,714 73 



2.536 33 
2.259 59 
4.759 36 


5,099 65 
3.655 38 

3*706'i8 


539 86 
1.341 03 


3, 120 71 
670 57 







2.934 21 
40 97 

9,9s>7 94 
793 45 
400 33 

2,660 81 
588 41 
819 17 



2,595 98 
1. 510 Si 



79 



[19 







Statement — Continued. 




\ 


CouniBk 


Am^i charged 

• 


Amount 

of abateme'ts, 

comm^BiiioDs, 

etc. 


f 

Net amount. 


Amount paid 
county. 


Amount 

reoeived from 

county over 

amount paid. 


Amount 

paid county 

over amount 

received. 


Vonltrie 


15,690 40 

13,487 33 

31, 544 38 
4,600 56 
6.569 40 

13,09135 
1.866 64 
1,911 16 
9.889 63 
7,731 07 
4. 494 67 
• 11,505 64 
3.841 75 

97.634 81 
5,698 36 
3,837 76 

10,716 03 
6,833 68 

93, 318 43 
' 11,513 87 

16, 143 33 
3.010 53 

18.678 39 
8.733 53 

10, 105 78 
5,540 84 
4,830 84 
4,305 91 

13,985 28 

SI. 645 33 
3 656 80 

13,066 51 
9,999 10 


H. 453 45 
1,177 95 
8.753 68 
1.084 40 
1, 488 37 
1,914 87 

418 18 
1. 159 31 

130 63 
3,84H85 

967 09 

886 61 

560 44 
6.771 90 

60S 57 

r34 10 
1, 057 19 
1,090 33 
5,553 10 
1, 713 16 
3.347 3:} 

309 87 
3,985 90 

476 33 
1,891 69 

973 89 
1, 014 97 
1,360 61 
8, 414 90 
3,584 87 

578 44 
1.588 07 
1,387 97 


H 166 95 

18,849 38 

18. 791 60 
3,576 16 
5, 161 03 

11, 176 38 
1,448 46 
751 85 
3,759 00 
4,873 88 
3.537 58 

10, 619 03 
1,681 31 

90.863 31 
5, OHO 79 
3,103 66 
9,658 83 
5. 133 45 

16, 659 33 
9, 801 71 

13,796 10 
8,il00 66 

15, 453 49 
3. 357 31 
8,814 09 
4,568 08 
3, 816 57 
3,045 30 

11.571 03 

18. 060 45 
8,077 76 

11, 478 44 
8,071 13 


14.360 06 

10, 581 65 

18,943 18 

5,683 60 

4, 437 33 

19. 500 71 

5,011 96 

3, 391 01 

3,406 79 

8,557 93 

5, 469 47 

11, 363 70 

5,661 68 

17. 805 03 

6,904 08 

4, 105 76 

10, 757 70 

4,306 61 

19. 949 98 

IS, 193 77 

10, 979 87 

6,978 63 

IS, 443 85 

3,676 04 

9,059 37 

7,387 95 

8,691 67 

7,387 95 

10, 580 91 

16, 438 53 

8,064 63 

10, 784 01 

7,517 84 




$193 13 


Oth 


$1,787 73 




pSoriA 


150 58 


Perry 




8,107 44 


PUtt. 


733 71 




Pike 


1,334 33 


pSbnki/.lir. 




3.563 58 




8,639 16 




350 81 




Bftndolph. .... 


'3,685 11 






1,941 89 


Rock laland.. 


•••••••-•••«•• 


643 67 


BiliBe* 




3,980 37 


fliiilEMaoii 

SehuTlcr..... 


3,057 89 




1, 814 90 


Scott 




1,003 10 


fihelbj 

9Urk 


995 84 


1,098 87 


6t. CJleir* .... 


3,390 65 


Stepbeeaon . . 

^icewell... .. 




3, 393 OU 


1, 816 .33 




UdIoh 


. 4, 177 96 


Yemtilioii 


3,010 84 




WatMbBh 


1, 418 8:1 


Weiren 




843 18 


WMhington.. 
Wftvne ...... 




3,759 93 




4,875 10 


White 




4,883 65 


Whitertde. .. 


1,050 11 
1,637 93 




WflL 






5,986 86 


Winnehego . . 
'Woodford . . . 


694 43 
553 89 










Totids 


•1,860,503 53 


1960,915 69 


1999,587 91 


$1,006,000 00 


$145,148 89 


$145, 554 38 



* AhAtements eatbnatad. 



[192] 



80 



f No. 21. 

Statement showing the amount of interest on School Fundj and the amount 
of School Taas Fund distributed to the several counties in the State, for 
the years 1872 and 1873. 



Couimss. 



Adams 

Alexander . . 

Bond 

Boone 

Bntwm 

BiirctAn 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Case 

Champaign . 
Christian ... 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Colo8..« 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cnniberland. 

l>eKalb 

BeWltt 

DuHglae .... 

DuPnge 

Edpir 

Edwards .... 
EfHiigham .. 
Fayette 



Ford 

yrauklin. .... 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

U-rec*De 

Grundy 

Hamilton.... 
Hancock — 

Uanlin 

Henderson .. 

Hcury 

Iroquois .... 

Jackson 

Ja>per 

Jefi'erson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess .. 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee... 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lnwrenoe. . . 

Lee 

Livingston.. 

Loprn 

Macon 

Macoupin... 

Madison 

Marion '. 

Marshall 

Marton 

Massac 

McDonongh 
Me Henry ... 

McLenlh 

Mcuard 

MiTcer 

Monroe 



187S. 



Intereet. 



Montgomery 



$1,903 97 
S:r7 57 
312 54 
874 01 
988 57 
730 M 
158 33 
380 08 
253 37 
741 09 

461 51 
440 12 
387 07 
374 :t3 
500 79 

6,VI60 31 
342 46 
297 77 

499 92 
339 91 
317 91 
352 65 

500 83 
182 42 
360 96 
465 03 
204 89 
331 76 
876 74 
277 00 
467 13 
329 39 

334 10 
828 23 
125 00 
279 00 
764 33 
502 83 

462 92 
281 79 
446 90 

335 68 
638 60 
289 95 
807 25 
571 19 
264 81 
853 48 
448 65 

1,351 90 
303 97 
606 11 
736 28 
532 06 
598 
755 
999 95 
478 28 
381 24 
369 51 
226 86 
616 Ot 

500 66 
1,197 86 

264 'il 
428 18 
300 22 

501 25 



Tax. 



\\ 



122,109 49 

3.996 87 
5, 489 21 
4, 812 46 
5.008 25 

12,837 02 
2,780 78 
6. 675 33 
4, 449 98 

13, 015 94 
8,105 55 
7, 729 91 
6.798 11 
6. 574 48 

iu,:n6 21 

122. 245 35 
C. 014 67 
5.239 76 
8, 780 10 
5,962 78 
5.583 48 
6.1U3 79 
8.796 18 
3,fi03 92 
6, 497 74 
8.177 90 
3.506 57 
^826 84 

15,398 42 
4,865 08 
8,204 21 
5, 785 19 
5,867 77 

14. 546 28 
2,195 39 
4.899 43 

13,775 27 

10. 412 02 
8.130 40 
4,949 13 
7.849 03 
5, 895 54 

11,215 93 
5.092 37 

14, 177 95 

10.032 00 
4,650 95 

14,989 89 
7,879 72 

93.743 68 
5,338 66 

10, 645 16 

12,755 77 
9,355 25 

10. 516 53 

13. 273 19 

17.562 39 
8, 400 07 
6.095 79 
6, 489 70 
3,984 44 

10. 819 09 
8,793 25 

91,038 18 

4,650 32 

7,530 16 

5,273 88 

10,384 25 



Total. 



iaf73. 



#33.431 76 
4,234 44 
5,801 75 
5,0r>6 47 

5.356 82 
13.568 56 

2.9:» 11 
7. 055 41 
4.703 35 

13. 757 a3 
8, 567 06 I 
8. 170 03 I 
7. 185 18 I 
6. 948 81 I 

10. 967 00 I 
129, 305 66 I 

6.357 13 ; 
5. 527 53 
9 280 03 
6. 30:2 29 
5.901 39 
6,546 37 
9, 297 01 
3,38<) 34 
6,867 70 
8.643 53 
3,803 46 
6.158 60 

16, 275 16 
5, 142 06 
8. 671 34 
6, 114 58 
6.201 87 

15, 374 51 
2.330 39 
5. 178 4:S 

14, 559 60 

11,004 85 
8, 593 32 

5, 2:K> 92 
8, 295 93 
6,231 22 

11. 854 53 

5.3t<2 32 
14, 985 20 
10,603 19 

4, 915 76 
15, 843 37 

8,338 37 
35.095 58 

5,642 63 
11,351 S7 
13. 482 05 

9,887 91 
11. 115 31 
14, 038 93 
18, 563 34 

6, 878 35 
7 077 03 
6.859 31 
4.211 30 

11.435 10 
9, 293 91 

92,236 04 
4.914 99 
7, 948 34 
5, 573 10 

10, 075 50 



Inierest. 



$1,219 27 


227 57 


312 54 


974 01 


38» 57 


730 94 


158 33 


380 08 


953 37 


741 00 


461 51 


440 12 


387 07 


374 33 


500 79 


6.960 31 


342 46 


297 77 


499 92 


339 51 


317 91 


352 05 


500 83 


182 42 


369 96 


405 63 


904 89 


331 70 


876 74 


977 00 


467 13 


329 :{9 


334 10 


828 23 


125 00 


279 00 


784 33 


592 83 


462 92 


281 79 


446 90 


335 68 


638 60 


289 95 


807 25 


571 19 


264 81 


853 48 


448 65 


1,351 90 


303 97 


606 11 


726 28 


532 66 


598 78 


755 74 


999 95 


478 28 


381 24 


369 51 


226 86 


616 01 


500 66 


1, 197 86 


964 77 


428 16 


300 22 
501 25 




$83,109 49 

3,996 87 

5, 489 91 

4,819 46 

5.069 95 

12.837 68 

2,780 78 

6,675 33 

4,449 96 

13.015 94 

8,105 55 

7, 729 91 

6.798 11 

6^ 574 48 

10. 376 91 

182,945 35 
6,014 67 
5,239 76 
8,780 10 
5,962 78 
5.583 46 
0^193 72 
6,790 16 
3,203 92 
6, 497 74 
8,177 90 
3,598 57 
5.896 64 
15. 39ti 42 
4,865 08 
8,SU4 21 
5.7d:> 19 
5,867 77 
14,546 28 
2,195 39 
4.899 43 
13.775 27 
10.412 02 
8,130 40 
4,949 13 
7.849 03 
5.805 54 
11,215 93 
5.092 37 
14, 177 95 
10,033 00 
4, e.'H) 95 
14,989 89 
7,879 72 
23,743 68 
5,3:18 66 
10.645 16 
12,753 77 
9.355 95 
10. 516 53 
13,273 19 
17.562 39 
6,400 07 
6,605 79 
6,489 70 
3.964 44 
10, 019 09 
8.793 25 
21.038 18 
4,650 22 
7.520 16 
5.372 86 
10.364 85 



TotaL 



$33.43176 
4,224 44 
S^801 75 
5.086 47 

5.356 88 
13,568 56 

2. 939 U 

7.055 41 

4.703 35 

13, 757 09 

tf,567 06 

6,170 0» 

7.165 18 

6. 948 81 

10,967 00 

129,905 66 

6.357 IS 
5.537 53 
9.280 6ft 
6.303«9 
5.901 3ft 
6,546 37 
9.297 ftl 
3.386 34 
6.867 W 
8.643 53 
3.803 46 
6,156 CD 

16.275 16 

5, 148 08 

8,671 34 

6,114 58 

6,201 67 

15,374 51 

3,390 39 

5. 178 43 

14.550 60 

11.004 85 

8.593 38 

5,330 92 

8.295 93 

6. 231 22 

11.854 53 

5,382 39 

14,985 20 

10.603 19 

4,915 70 

15, 843 37 

8.338 37 

85.095 56 

5,648 63 

11.251 27 

13,482 05 

9,887 91 

• 11.115 31 

14,038 93 

18.568 34 

8,876 35 

7,077 03 

6,830 81 

4,211 30 

11, 435 10 

9.293 91 

22.238 04 

4,914 99 

7.946 34 

5, 573 10 

10,975 50 



81 



[193 



Ato^ament— Gontinned. 



Cousms. 



MOVSBD ..... 

Ifoafizie .. . 

Qgle 

Peoria 

P«ry 

FiMU. 

Pike 

Pope 

FxStiAl 

Pntaam 

Eendolph . . . 

SkUand 

BoekUbmd. 

SeUne 

SengBiDoii .. 

icbnyler 

SeoU 

Shelby. 

StMk. 

BtCUir .... 
Stephenaon . 
TuMwell ... 

Usion 

Tennilkni .. 
Wabaah. ... 

Watreu 

Waahington 

;*yne 

Wute 

WMtealde . . 

Win 

WilHaiiMiOia . 
WtDnebacp . 
Woodfora... 

Totala. . 



1878. 



Interest. 



•6S8 90 
34a S5 
S09 07 

3S3 61 
S8S08 
711 76 
985 37 
193 06 
137 15 

487 S7 
311 48 

641 vn 

3S8 36 

1.013 77 

393 10 

833 77 

613 98 
339 52 

1,135 90 
694 88 

ess 16 

397 34 
706 43 
809 30 
515 81 
417 83 
484 88 
417 83 
599 03 
935 OS 
459 18 

614 01 

488 01 



•86,037 31 



Tax. 



$11,033 88 

4,360 08 

10, 581 65 

18. 948 18 
5,683 60 
4,487 38 

18,S00 71 
5,011 98 
3.391 01 
3,408 79 
8.557 93 
5,469 47 

11,803 70 
5,661 68 

17,805 03 
6,904 08 
4, 105 76 

10,757 70 
4,806 61 

19.949 98 
18,193 77 
10,979 87 

6,976 68 

18,448 35 

3,676 04 

9,059 37 

7,337 95 

8,691 67 

7,387 95 

10, 580 91 

16.438 53 

8,064 68 

10, 784 01 

7,517 84 



Total. 



•1,000,000 00 



•11,661 48 
4.608 33 

11, 130 78 

80,088 70 
6,007 31 
4,679 40 

13,318 47 
5,397 35 
3,584 09 
8,545 94 
9,045 80 
5,780 89 

11,003 97 
5,084 04 

18, 818 79 
7, 397 18 
4,339 53 

11,370 38 
4,446 13 

81,065 88 

18,888 05 

11, 605 03 
7, 375 96 

13,150 68 
3,885.34 
9, 575 06 
7,745 18 
9,186 55 
7, 745 18 

11, 119 94 

17,368 15 
8,533 80 

11,398 02 , 
7, 945 25 



1873. 



Interest. 



•688 SO 

848 35 
599 07 

1, 078 58 
323 61 
858 08 
711 76 
885 37 
193 08 
137 15 
487 27 
311 42 
641 37 
388 36 

1,013 77 
393 10 
833 77 
612 52 
339 52 

1, 135 90 
694 28 
625 16 
397 34 
708 43 
309 30 
515 81 
417 23 
494 88 
417 23 
599 03 
935 62 
459 18 
614 01 
428 01 



•1,056,937 31 156,937 31 



Tax. 



•11, 033 22 
4,360 08 

10, 521 65 

18.942 18 
5.683 60 
4,427 32 

12, 500 71 
5, Oil 98 
3,391 01 
2, 408 79 
8, 557 93 
5, 469 47 

11. 283 70 
5, 661 68 

17, 805 03 
6,904 08 
4, 105 76 

10, 757 70 
4,206 61 

19,949 98 

12. 193 77 

16, 979 87 
6. 978 62 

12, 442 25 
3, 676 04 
9, 059 27 
7, :i27 95 
8,691 67 
7,327 95 

10, 530 91 

16, 432 53 
8, 064 62 

10,784 01 
7, 517 24 



•1,000.000 00 



Total. 



•11.661 48 
4,608 33 

11, 130 78 

20,020 70 
6,007 81 
4. 679 40 

13,812 47 
5.397 35 
3,584 09 
3, 545 94 
9, 045 30 
5,780 89 

11, 903 97 
5,964 04 

18, 818 79 
7,297 18 
4,339 53 

11, 370 28 
4, 446 13 

81, 085 88 

12,888 05 

11,605 03 
7. 375 96 

13, 150 68 
3,885 34 
9, 575 06 
7, 745 18 
9.186 55 
7, 745 18 

11, 119 94 

17, 368 15 
8,523 80 

11, .398 02 
7,945 25 

•1,056,937 31 



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No. 20. 

Statement of School Fund Tax levied 'in the year 1873, showing the aggre- 
gate amount charged^ the amount deducted for abatements^ commissions^ 
etc.y the net amount collected^ the amount paid to each cout^ttfj etc. 



QOVKTOS. 



Adams 

Alexander . . . 

Bond 

Boone 

Bi'own 

Bnreaa 

Calhonn .v... 

Carroll 

Caea 

Champaign . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Colea 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland.. 

BeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham . . . 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Gmndy 

Hamilton . . . . 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson... 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess. . . 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee . . . 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston .. 

Logan 

Hacon 

Macoupin.... 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

MaMiao 

McDouough.. 

MoHenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery. 
Morgan 



Am*t charged 



139.180 40 
3.015 09 
5,788 53 
6,001 29 
4.397 30 

17, 396 45 
1.830 86 
6.509 06 
6, 585 89 

18, 973 93 

11. 603 38 
5, 60S 78 
5.0:^86 
6, 995 40 
9. 869 79 
395, 563 88 
3, 478 94 
3,797 30 

13,581 45 
7,038 58 
6.556 73 

10, 173 76 
9.989 59 
3. 698 78 
5, 473 24 
7. 618 63 
6.436 33 
1, 784 86 

17,413 94 
3, 543 70 
7.904 93 
7, 186 34 
3.638 33 

14, 975 05 

1. 313 60 
6. 376 64 

15. 715 01 

13. 939 45 

6,899 64 

3, 454 74 

3,870 07 

7, 318 43 

6.966 88 

3, 109 68 

81. 908 81 

7, 766 91 

7,856 53 

17, 863 15 

7, 076 55 

33.038 43 

3,830 19 

13. 359 66 

17, 659 61 

14,801 76 

15, 410 96 

13, 595 01 

S3. 881 33 

7,071 03 

7,304 58 

8,038 85 

1, 463 48 

11.953 01 

]A i:)8 39 

8.314 31 
ft 971 78 
9. i:m 61 
4. 844 66 

10. A9ti 70 
14, 784 06 



Amonnt of 

abatements. 

oommisaiona, 

etc 



14,413 63 

348 75 

1,340 55 

657 83 

931 43 

3, 191 73 

53 50 

793 03 

844 38 

3,506 85 

1, 705 43 

1.181 86 

1,366 90 

1,989 85 

1. 169 87 

85, 475 60 

348 41 

i,:m 08 

8.066 85 

1.384 11 
1. 193 84 
8,589 18 
1,888 87 

361 GO 

8,033 87 

1, 570 83 

1.163 45 

913 65 

3. 768 81 

589 87 

1. 146 68 

1. 150 14 

665 03 

3,456 61 

573 96 

1,696 84 

3.654 47 

1,857 04 

1,305 57 

758 30 

780 40 

850 50 

850 60 

873 09 

4, 118 71 

1,381 09 

954 30 

3, 413 13 

537 86 

6,068 87 

1, 013 84 

3.385 07 
3,734 89 
3,489 08 
1, 613 73 
3,356 03 
5, 750 00 
1,658 80 
1, 408 84 
1,949 48 

138 85 
1.733 33 
8, 157 31 
5,765 08 

643 87 
1.137 38 
1,497 06 
1.594 97 
8,160 98 



Net amonnt. 



134,767 78 
3,666 34 
4,487 97 
5. 343 47 
3,365 78 
14.804 73 
1. 168 36 
5,716 05 
5.741 51 

16, 467 08 
9,897 96 
4, 483 90 
3.663 36 
5.006 15 
8. 700 53 

310, 087 88 
3, 130 53 

3. 406 83 
10, 514 60 

5, 714 47 
5, 363 88 
7, 584 58 
8,100 78 
8,331 18 
3, 439 37 
6,017 80 
5, 273 78 
1, 571 81 
13. 644 13 
1, 053 83 
6, 756 34 
6,0:i6 SO 

1. 973 39 
13,518 44 

739 64 

4. 679 80 
13,060 54 
13. 088 41 

5. .%94 07 
8,696 54 
3,089 67 
6, 361 93 
6,116 88 
l,3.iG 99 

17, 790 10 
6,325 83 
7.308 33 

14, 450 03 
6,538 69 

35,976 16 
8, 817 95 

9.974 59 
14, 935 33 
10, 713 74 
13,800 34 
10. 338 98 
17. 539 33 

5. 413 63 
5.903 34 
6,089 37 
1.333 63 

10.830 68 
7.981 08 

87. 549 83 
5,327 91 
8,001 83 
8, 747 60 
8,8T3 73 

18,564 68 



Amonnt 
Amonnt paid received flrom 
county. I county over 
amount paid. 



•23,169 49 
3,996 87 
5,489 21 
4,812 46 
5, 068 85 
13, 837 63 
3,780 78 
6.675 33 

4, 449 98 
13. 015 94 

8. 105 55 
7. 739 91 
6,798 11 
6.574 48 
10. 376 31 
133. 245 35 
6, 014 67 
5. 389 76 
8, 7?0 10 
5. 963 78 
5 583 48 
6. 193 78 
8,796 18 

3.803 93 
6. 497 74 
8,177 90 
3. 598 57 
5.880 84 

15.398 43 
4 e63 08 

8. 804 81 

5. 785 19 
5, 867 77 

14. 546 88 
3, 195 :» 
4,899 43 
13. 775 27 
10, 413 03 
8. 130 40 
4,940 13 
r,840 03 

5.805 54 
11.815 93 

5,098 37 

14. 177 05 

10. 038 00 

4,650 95 

14,989 89 

7.879 73 

83, 743 68 

5.338 66 

10.645 16 

13, 755 77 

9.355 35 

10. 516 53 

13,873 19 

17.569 39 

8. 400 07 

6.695 79 

6. 489 70 

3.08% 44 

10. 819 09 

8,793 85 

81,038 18 

4,650 83 

7.590 16 

5.873 88 

10, 384 85 

11,033 83 



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1,891 53 
3,451 14 
1, 793 41 



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1,674 81 



851 01 



1, 670 39 



486 30 



3,613 15 



3,232 48 



8,160 55 
1. 357 40 
3,380 71 



6, 511 05 
677 60 
48107 



Amonnt 

paid oonn^ 

over amoimt 

received. 



1.531 46 





m330 53 
1.001 84 


1.702 47 


1,619 42 
050 26 






3.34ft 01 
3. 135 75 
1.568 33 
1,675 69 


9 884 14 
9.823 54 


248 31 
230 60 


605 46 
872 74 

3.0.-W 37 
9.130 10 


4,355 63 
1.754 29 
3.911 35 
1,447 07 



3.804 48 
8.027 84 
1. 455 75 
310 63 
1,714 75 



9.536 33 
2.353 50 
4,750 36 


5.000 65 
3,855 38 

3,'706*i8 


530 88 
1,341 03 


3, 190 71 
670 57 







8.034 21 
40 07 

2.0^94 
793 45 
400 33 

9.600 61 
588 41 
819 17 



2,585 96 
1, 510 53 



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N 


CocmB. 


Am't charged 


Amount 

of abateme'ta, 

comm^asionB, 

eto. 


f 

Net amoimt. 


Amount paid 
county. 


Amount 

received fi^m 

county OTer 

amount paid. 


Amount 
paid county 
over amount 
received. 


J&OlutEM ..... 


15.690 40 

13. 427 33 

21,544 98 

4,600 56 

6.589 40 

13.091 95 

1,866 64 

1,911 16 

2,889 62 

7,721 07 

4 494 67 

• 11,505 64 

3.241 75 
27,634 21 

5.698 36 

3.837 76 
10,716 02 

6,222 68 
22,212 43 

• 11,513 87 
16, 143 33 

3. 010 53 
18,678 39 

2,733 53 
10, 105 78 

5,540 84 

4.330 84 

4, 303 91 
13,985 92 
21, 645 32 

2 636 20 
13,066 51 

9,299 10 


$1, 453 45 
1, 177 95 
2.752 68 
1,024 40 
1,428 37 
1,914 87 

418 18 
1, 159 31 

130 62 
2,84X25 

067 09 

886 61 

560 44 
6.771 90 

60S 57 

734 10 
1, 057 19 
1.090 33 
5,553 10 
1. 712 16 
3, 347 2:i 

209 87 
8,225 90 

476 32 
1,291 69 

972 82 
1, 014 37 
1,260 61 
9,414 90 
3,584 87 

578 44 
1,588 07 
1,227 97 


14, 166 95 

12,249 38 

18.791 60 
3, 576 16 
5, 101 03 

11, 176 38 
1,448 46 
751 85 
9,759 00 
4,872 82 
3.527 58 

10, 619 0:1 
1,681 31 

90.8f{2 31 
5.089 79 
3,103 66 
9.658 83 
5. 132 45 

16. 650 33 
9.801 71 

12.79(S 10 
2,^00 66 

15, 452 49 
2. 257 21 
8.814 09 
4,568 02 
3, 816 57 
3,045 30 

11,571 02 

18.000 45 
2,077 76 

11, 478 44 
8,071 13 


$4.360 06 

10, 591 65 

18,942 18 

5,683 60 

4, 427 32 

12,500 71 

5,011 96 

3,ri01 01 

2,406 79 

8,557 93 

5, 469 47 

11.262 70 

5,661 68 

17. 805 03 

6.904 08 

4. 105 76 

10. 757 70 

4.206 61 

19. 949 98 

12,193 77 

10, 979 87 

6,978 62 

12, 442 25 

3,676 04 

9,059 27 

7,327 95 

8,691 67 

7,397 95 

10. 580 91 

16,432 53 

6,064 62 

10, 784 01 

7, 517 94 




•193 13 


Ogle 


•1,797 73 




Peoria 


150 58 


PertT 




2,107 44 


Pbtt 


733 71 




Pike 


1,324 33 


Pom 




3.563 58 


VJitki 




2,630 16 


PtttBBin 


350 91 




BiBdolph 

mcUwd 


•3.685 11 




1,941 69 


Sock Island. . 




643 67 


ailine* 




3,960 37 


nnffunon. 


3,057 99 




Sehnyler 

Soott 


1.814 90 
1,009 10 


SMby 

»lMk- 


"" 925*84 


1,098 87 


8fc.Clalr* .... 


3.290 65 


Stephenson . . 




2.392 W 


Iksewell..... 


i, sio 93 




UnioD 


. 4. 177 06 


VenuOion 


3, 010 94 




WabMh 


1, 418 8:1 


Warren 




245 18 


WMbm^^n.. 
Wayne 




2,759 93 




4,875 10 


White 




4,282 65 


Whiteeide.... 


1,050 11 
1,627 92 




VflL 




Wiliiemaon . . 


5, 986 86 


Wlooebago . . 
WoodfoitT . . . 


694 43 
553 89 










Tetals 


•1,960,503 53 


1160, 915 62 


1099,587 91 


•1, 000, 000 00 


•145, 142 29 


•145, 554 38 



• Abatementa ettimated. 



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f No. 21. 

Statement showing the amount of interest on School Fund, and the amount 
of School Tax Fund distributed to the several counties in the StatCj far 
the years 1872 and 1873. 



C0U!TnB8. 



Adams 

Alexander . . . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brovra 

Biirean 

Calhoun 

Uarroll 

Cass 

Champaign . . 
ChriAtlau .... 

Clark 

CUv 

Clinton 

Coles..* 

Cook 

Crawford. — 
Cninberland. 

DeKfUb 

BeWitt , 

Dintglatt 

DuPni^e 

Bdgar 

Edwards . 

Kftingham ... 

Fayette 

Ford 

Fmuklin 

Fulton , 

Gnllatin 

Greene 

Grundy , 

Ham 11 ton.... 
HttiK'ock . — 

Uanlin 

Hfcuderson .. 

Henry 

Iroquois .... 

Jackson 

Ja^per 

Jefierson — 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess.. 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee... 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence. . . 

Lee 

Livingston.. 

Logan 

Macon 

liHcoupin... 
Madison .... 

Marion '. 

Marshall 

MaHon 

Msssao 

McDonongh 
Mc Henry ... 
Mi'Lenta — 
Mi'uard ..... 

Mercer 

Monroe 



1872. 



Interest. 



Montgomery 



$1,903 77 


3:17 57 


31S54 


874 01 


888 57 


730 M 


158 33 


380 08 


SS3 37 


741 09 


461 51 


440 12 


387 07 


374 :t3 


SOO 79 


6.tf«0 31 


342 46 


297 77 


499 92 


339 91 


317 01 


352 63 


SOO 83 


102 42 


369 96 


465 03 


204 89 


331 76 


876 74 


277 00 


467 13 


329 39 


334 10 


828 23 


125 00 


279 00 


784 33 


592 83 


462 92 


281 79 


446 90 


335 68 


638 60 


889 95 


M)7 25 


571 19 


204 81 


853 48 


448 63 


1«351 90 


303 97 


606 11 


726 28 


532 66 


508 78 
755 74 


999 95 


478 28 


381 24 


369 51 


226 86 


616 01 


500 66 


1, 197 86 
964 77 


428 18 


300 22 



Tax. 



501 85 



123,109 49 
3,906 87 
5. 489 21 
4, 812 46 
5.068 25 

12,837 02 
2.780 78 
6, 675 33 
4. 449 98 

13, 015 94 
8,105 55 
7. 729 91 
6,798 11 
6. 574 48 

10,376 21 
122. 245 35 
0. 014 07 
5.299 76 
8,780 10 
5, U62 78 
5,583 48 
6,193 72 
8,796 18 

3.203 92 
6, 497 74 
8,177 90 
3.506 57 
5,826 84 

15,398 42 
4,865 06 

8.204 81 
5.785 19 
5,867 77 

14, 546 88 
8,195 39 
4,899 43 

13, 775 87 

10,412 02 
8. 130 40 
4,949 13 
7.849 03 
5.895 54 

11,215 93 
5,092 37 

14, 177 95 

10,039 00 
4,650 95 

14,989 89 
7,879 72 

83,743 68 
5,338 66 

10,645 16 

18, 755 77 
9,355 85 

10,516 53 

13,arj 19 

17, 568 39 
8,400 07 
6,695 79 
6,489 70 
3,984 44 

10, 819 09 
6,793 85 

81, 038 18 
4,650 88 
7, 520 16 
5,272 88 

10,384 85 



Total. 



#33. 431 76 
4,224 44 
5,801 75 
5, 0r>6 47 

5.356 82 
13.568 56 

2.9:» 11 

7. 055 41 

4,703 35 

13. 757 03 

8. .Vi7 06 

8, 170 03 

7, 185 18 

6. 948 81 

10,967 00 

129,205 66 

6.357 13 
5.527 53 
9 280 03 
6.302 29 
5.901 39 
6,546 37 
9, 297 01 
3,38ti 34 
6,867 70 
8.643 53 
3.803 46 
6.158 60 

16, 275 16 
5, 142 08 
8. 671 34 
6^114 58 
6,201 87 

15,374 51 
2,390 39 
5, 178 4.1 

14,559 60 

11.004 85 
8, 593 32 
5,2)0 V2 
8, 295 93 
6,231 22 

11, 854 53 
5.382 32 

14,985 20 

10,603 19 
4, 915 76 

15, 843 37 
8,328 37 

85.005 58 
5,642 63 

11, 251 27 

13, 482 05 

9,887 91 

11, 115 31 

14, 0:28 93 

18. 562 34 

8, 878 35 

7 077 03 

6,850 21 

4.211 30 

11, 435 10 

9,293 91 

88,836 04 

4.914 99 

7,948 34 

5,573 10 

10, 075 50 



iaf73. 



Interest. 



•1.919 87 


387 57 


318 54 


974 01 


888 57 


730 94 


158 33 


380 06 


853 37 


741 00 


461 51 


440 18 


387 07 


374 33 


500 79 


6.960 31 


349 46 


207 77 


499 92 


339 51 


317 91 


352 65 


500 83 


182 43 


369 06 


4«5 63 


904 89 


331 70 


876 74 


977 00 


467 13 


999 :I9 


334 10 


898 23 


125 00 


279 00 


784 33 


592 83 


462 92 


281 79 


4A(i 90 


335 68 


638 60 


289 95 


807 25 


571 19 


264 81 


633 48 


448 65 


1,351 90 


303 97 


606 11 


726 28 


532 66 


508 78 


755 74 


999 95 


478 28 


381 24 


369 51 


226 86 


616 01 


500 66 


1, 197 86 


264 77 


428 18 


300 99 
501 95 




|B9.1i9 49 
3,996 87 
5,489 91 
4,819 46 
5.069 95 
12,637 69 
9,780 76 
6,673 33 
4, 449 98 
13.015 94 
8,105 .■» 
7, 729 91 
6.798 11 
6^ 574 48 
10. 376 21 
129,245 35 
6,014 67 
5,9» 76 
8,780 10 
5,962 78 
5l563 46 
0^193 79 
6,796 18 
3,203 99 
6,497 74 
8,177 90 
3,508 S7 
5,896 64 
15. 39t) 49 
4,865 06 
6,91)4 91 
5,7d5 19 
5,867 77 
14,546 98 
9,195 39 
4,899 43 
13.775 97 
10, 412 02 
8,130 40 
4,949 13 
7,849 03 
5,895 54 
11,215 93 
5.092 37 
14. 177 95 
10,032 00 
4, HSO 95 
14, 989 69 
7,679 72 
93,743 68 
.\3:iS 66 
10,645 16 
19,753 77 
9.353 95 
10, 516 53 
13,973 19 
17.509 39 
6,400 07 
6,695 79 
6.489 70 
3.984 44 
10, 019 09 
8.793 95 
91,038 18 
4,650 99 
1,520 16 
5.979 86 
10,384 85 



Total. 



$33,431 78 
4,3M 44 
9^801 75 
5.0M 47 
5.336 a 

13,568 M 
3.939 U 
7,0&5 41 
4,703 35 

13,757 09 
0,567 
6,170 
7.165 18 
6.948 81 

10.067 00 
199.005 66 
6,357 13 
5,537 53 
9.980 60 
6.308 !» 
3,901 30 
6,546 37 
9.297 01 
3.386 34 
6,867 70 
8.643 SS 
3.803 46 
6,156 GO 

16.375 16 
5.140 (» 
6,671 34 
6. 114 58 
6.)»l 87 

13,374 51 
2,330 39 
5. 178 43 

14.530 60 

11.004 85 
8.503 39 

5.930 92 
6.905 93 

6.931 S9 
11.854 53 

5.389 39 
14.985 00 
10.603 19 

4,915 76 
15,843 37 

8.398 37 

95.005 56 
5.649 63 

11,951 97 

13,489 05 

9,687 91 

11.115 31 

14.098 93 

16.560 34 

8.878 35 

7.077 03 

6,890 21 

4,911 30 

11,435 10 

9.903 01 

92,936 04 

4,914 90 

7,946 34 

5.573 10 

10. 975 SO 



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81 



[193 



AtotmMH^— ContinnecL 



Couvms. 



Iforem 

M<n£i«.. . 

OgUs 

Peoria 

Farv ....... 

Pliti 

Pike 

Pope 

Po&iki 

Pnteam 

Bandolph... 
Kehland.... 
BoeklftUad. 

Sdise 

SMgamop .. 

Sdrayler 

SeoU 

Shdbr. 

Stok 

Stdatr .... 
Stephenaon . 
lanweU ... 

VtSaa 

Tomilion .. 
Wabiah. ... 

Wtrreu 

▼MhiDgton 

Wayne 

Write 

WUteride . . 

Win 

WUIiammn. 
WlnnebagD. 
Woodford... 

Totala. . 



itm. 



Intereat. 



•6S8 90 
34a S5 
509 07 

1,078 98 
3S3 01 

ssao8 

711 76 
985 37 
11KI08 
137 15 
487 S7 
311 43 
641 37 
383 30 
1,013 77 
393 10 
933 77 

613 53 
338 58 

1«138 90 
004 98 
685 16 
307 34 
706 43 
909 30 
515 81 
417 33 
484 88 
417 83 
599 03 
935 63 
459 18 

614 01 
438 01 



196,037 31 



•11.033 33 
4,360 08 

10,981 65 

18,943 18 
5,683 60 
4,497 38 

13,100 71 
5,011 98 
3.381 01 
3,408 79 
8.657 93 
5^469 47 

11,968 70 
5,661 68 

17,805 03 
6,904 08 
4, 105 76 

10, 757 70 
4,306 61 

10,949 98 

18,193 77 

10,979 87 
6.978 68 

18.443 35 
3,676 04 
9,058 97 
7,387 95 
8,691 67 
7,397 95 

10,900 91 

16,438 53 
8,064 68 

10, 784 01 
7,517 84 



Total. 



$1,000,000 00 



$11,661 
4,608 

11,190 

30,030 
6,007 
4,679 

13,318 
5^997 
3,584 
9,545 
9.045 
5,780 

11,903 
5,084 

18, 818 
7,997 
4,339 

11,370 
4,446 

91.065 

18.888 

11,605 
7,375 

13,150 
3,885 
9.575 
7,745 
9,186 
7,745 

11,119 

17,368 
8,533 

11,398 
7,945 



49 
33 
79 
70 
91 
40 
47 
35 
09 
94 
00 
89 
97 
04 
79 
18 
53 
93 
13 
88 
05 
03 
96 
68 
34 
06 
18 
55 
18 
94 
15 
80 
02 
25 



1873. 



Intereat. 



$698 90 

948 35 

599 07 

1, 078 53 

893 61 

959 oe 

711 76 
985 37 
193 06 
137 15 
487 87 
311 49 
641 37 
393 36 

1,013 77 
393 10 
233 77 
612 59 
939 52 

1, 135 90 
694 2U 
625 16 
397 34 
708 43 
909 30 
515 81 
417 23 
494 8H 
417 23 
599 03 
935 69 
459 16 
614 01 
428 01 



Tax. 



$11,033 92 
4.360 08 

10. 521 65 

18,942 18 
5,683 60 
4, 427 32 

12,500 71 
5,011 96 
3,391 01 
9,408 79 
8, 557 93 
5,469 47 

11,969 70 
5,661 68 

17. 805 09 
6,904 08 
4, 105 76 

10, 757 70 
4.206 61 

19.949 98 

19. 193 77 

16, 079 87 
6, 978 62 

12, 442 25 
3, 676 04 
9, 059 27 
7, :i27 95 
8,691 67 
7,327 95 

10. 520 91 

16, 432 53 
8, 064 02 

10, 784 01 
7, 517 24 



$1,056,937 31 $56,937 31 j $1,000,000 00 



Total. 



$11,661 43 
4,608 33 

11, 120 79 

90,090 70 
6,007 91 
4,679 40 

13,919 47 
5.997 35 
3.584 09 
3.545 94 
9,045 90 
5,780 89 

11,903 97 
5,984 04 

18,818 79 
7,297 18 
4.339 53 

11, 370 28 
4,446 13 

81. 085 88 

12,888 05 

11.605 03 
7,375 96 

13, 150 68 
3,885 34 
9. 575 08 
7,745 18 
9.186 55 
7, 745 18 

11, 119 94 

17.368 15 
8,523 80 

11.398 03 
7,945 25 

$1,056,937 31 



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98 



ISo. 24. 

Statement of the amount \of State^ County ^ City, Totcn, District a/nd oiker 

local taxes levied on the assessvnent of 1872. 



COUMTIBS. 



apaign. 
snxm... 



CityofQninoy. 

Adams 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Borean 

Calhonn 

Carroll 

Cass 

ChAmi 
Christ 

Clark 

Clay 

CUnton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford.... 
CnmberLuid. 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Ponslas 

Pa Page..... 

Sdgar 

Edwards 

Effingham... 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton... 



Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson... 

Henry 

Iroqaois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefrersen 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess... 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee ... 

KendaU 

Knox 

I.ake 

La Salle 

Lawrenoe 

Lee 

Livingston... 

liOgan 

Macon 

Macoupin.... 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massae 

McDonough.. 
McHonry.... 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomsiy. 

Morgan 

MouTtrie 

Ogle 

Peoria 



SUUtax. 



941,495 89 
49,966 49 
11,889 56 
18,609 81 
17,913 61 
Id, 185 36 
53,309 54 
5,553 26 
81.600 88 
37,306 07 
58,941 69 
37,854 97 
SO, 476 98 
17, 376 81 
33,933 63 
35. rSI 32 

705, 118 10 
13, 140 77 
13,751 49 
34, 053 57 
31, 413 07 

31. 334 93 
39. 578 38 
37,755 64 

9,603 36 
30,981 90 

85. 190 78 
19, 451 50 

8,773 18 
51, 768 49 
11, 898 84 
38,673 46 
31,533 84 
11,988 88 
49, 504 05 

3,479 90 
84,961 45 
55,160 86 
44, 519 99 
87,051 13 
13, ail 33 
30,459 30 
34, 731 71 

34.335 60 
5, 965 53 

61,958 63 
35, 315 73 
18, 876 59 
58,795 33 
34, 717 80 
97,957 15 
13, 978 61 
35,716 85 
56, 915 13 

39. 191 47 
43,366 03 
57.314 80 
75, 843 74 
37,305 66 
83,550 49 
37,308 60 

6,748 88 
38,683 55 
33,084 94 
105, 436 36 
18. 414 95 
33. 443 49 
16, 940 65 
34,009 51 
58.407 50 
17, 340 85 
49,851 88 
71, 781 60 



County tax 



•8,899 80 

56.031 57 
30,853 93 
34,555 15 

6,558 33 
31, 159 17 
53,331 33 

6,064 83 
46, 140 67 
80, 475 80 
78, 677 48 
39, 737 88 

30.032 89 
37,635 37 
38,563 66 
60.309 53 

1,174,519 16 

10. 036 45 
17, 639 44 
39.045 62 
45, 590 45 
35,354 53 
34,776 04 
43, 343 74 

9,608 36 
19,539 SO 
34, 519 90 
58,300 42 
SO. 384 75 
99, 898 70 
33,170 39 
88, 673 46 
81,533 07 
31, 619 73 
58, 165 83 
5, 947 65 
33, 436 57 
58, 833 47 
39, 635 17 
19,051 44 
11,958 93 
44, 473 10 
36. 433 69 
38.383 07 
31, 194 41 
49. 58P 61 
43, 132 10 
33.258 30 
47, 938 89 
19,756 67 
111,777 77 
34, 070 57 

57.037 53 
73,774 47 
39, 145 90 
51.913 11 
50, 803 91 
99,404 53 
14, 153 94 
80, 410 83 
31, 197 84 
10.887 36 
37,665 38 
49, 698 38 

196, 446 49 
16,883 36 
35.664 46 
38,844 96 
35,367 35 
77,977 88 
55,364 68 
84,643 64 

188,567 64 



City tax. 



1893,060 18 



57,389 36 
1, 505 94 



3,031 03 
7, 831 91 
18, 845 53 
3,323 69 
1, 103 59 



19,697 56 



3,468 94 
5,334 84 



8,718 41 



8,493 19 
3,674 73 
3,430 93 



5,369 88 
"S," 968' 95 



6,070 36 



838 96 
1, 633 71 
5.994 03 
3,309 30 



1, 541 31 

8.991 95 

« 4, 013 43 



88. 813 48 
5,350 47 



67,373 38 

31. 557 31 

4,436 65 



19,635 13 

87,' 896* is" 

96*553*97' 



731 48 
451 13 



Town, district 
and other lo- 
cal taxes. 



31. 530 95 

"i39,'545*56' 

" "3,'536*i7 

""9,'i63 69' 
3,551 81 

""'i,'95i'38" 
9,453 65 



•105. 
26, 
39, 

41. 

36, 

179, 

16, 

re. 

40, 
173. 
193, 

44. 

38. 

72, 

104, 

1,370, 

44, 

as. 

98, 

»3, 
113. 
67. 
79. 
13, 
68, 
48, 
58, 
16, 
131, 

17, 

68, 
58, 

11, 

111. 

14, 

47, 

148, 

170, 

78, 

35, 

48, 

54. 

12, 
184, 
1«. 

43, 
130, 

45, 
331. 

31. 
143, 
193, 

86. 
IM, 
103, 
133, 

48, 

71, 
109, 

15, 

88, 

83, 

876, 

40, 

98, 

66, 

91, 

40, 

110, 

187, 



496 43 
753 18 
316 76 
969 40 
073 90 
593 93 
457 09 
773 99 
817 51 
373 76 
009 38 
759 74 
084 85 
423 86 
Zi3 69 
349 44 
581 38 
418 66 
056 18 
846 40 
056 38 
939 53 
032 93 
439 76 
891 44 
654 03 
701 06 
987 05 
172 37 
359 49 
433 39 
309 03 
460 83 
051 06 
303 03 
513 16 
389 48 
681 76 



406 91 
839 73 
580 71 
415 33 
479 19 
603 51 
878 51 
333 39 
317 73 

195 66 
141 38 
687 03 

330 68 

407 45 
533 51 
371 16 
519 97 
588 69 
077 74 
454 34 

331 44 
370 94 
473 80 
173 88 
749 64 
638 03 
388 86 
804 19 
006 71 
817 89 
339 61 
475 73 
304 71 

196 06 



Total tax. 



•348,855 91 

311, 394 48 

126,884 97 

84,070 66 

66,441 33 

SO, 417 63 

386.884 78 

33.075 18 

143,545 57 

106. 491 19 

339.837 46 
1H3,3S5 99 

96.373 01 

93.086 43 

134,930 15 

219, 777 99 

3, 949. 886 '» 

63,348 50 

99,899 90 
171, 154 37 
164, 318 16 
164,719 66 
139,963 84 
163, 750 78 

33.644 4» 
111,305 19 
101, 048 44 
138,883 00 

46,144 94 
288.909 44 

60,656r53 
138,730 96 
101. 375 94 

54,168 83 
334, 791 30 

33,799 57 

96,749 14 
364.007 53 
250,830 94 
196, 818 78 

59. 219 97 

94,a'>4 3S 
193, 561 67 
131. 100 91 

39,763 44 

325.838 93 
195. 190 6i 

85,359 62 
293,402 16 
111. 173 16 
445,848 99 

68.979 86 
854.796 96 
392,996 11 
199,604 61' 
199,696 11 
911,607 46 
388,879 91 

89,813 84 
115,994 94 
168,398 51 

33,948N 
186,099 78 
158,348 06, 
648,046 

75,58711 
171,446 

83,793 
145,357 
931,178 
119,081 
190,699 



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Statement — Gontinned. 



Couimx& 



Perrv 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Piirn;tm 

Randolph. 

KichlaDii 

Ruck Island 

Salin** 

SoDirauKm 

Schuyler 

Sciitt 

Shelbv 

Stark' 

St. Cljiir 

Ste]ihen«on 

Tazewell 

T'uion 

VMnuiliuD 

Wabttsh 

Warrwi 

Vaiihijistou , 

Wayne! 

White 

Whitwifle 

Will 

Wiliiiunaiiii 

Winnehairo 

Woodford. 

Tdtaln A 



SUtetax. 



21. 
42. 

7. 

«. 

8. 
33. 
16, 
43. 

7, 
94. 
IH, 
12. 
35. 

n. 

98, 
38. 
49. 
12, 
61, 

9, 
36. 
25, 
18, 
16, 
42. 
57, 

9. 
45, 

27. 



698 98 
305 97 
003 31 
928 65 
TTO 11 
783 04 
488 00 
385 97 
410 12 
746 10 
840 80 
945 60 
405 41 
525 66 
907 47 
089 62 
958 06 
502 41 
641 06 
542 53 
273 89 
402 40 
069 80 
523 88 
378 80 
528 38 
615 83 
297 41 
574 46 
989 42 



$3, 947, 014 73 |5, 168, 667 39 



Connty tax. 



$39, 393 

9,950 

49,730 

8,398 

37,914 

10,271 

74.948 

8,730 

78,564 

22,708 

105,312 
26,535 
38,4;;24 
23.919 
18,651 
69,722 
25, 95» 

108, 188 
15, 198 
32,796 
13.248 
42, 246 
37,491 
34.332 
30,556 
42, 475 
46,305 
31, 805 
45. 574 
34. 312 



43 

56 
85 
18 
34 
07 
80 
18 
17 
92 
44 
63 
75 
87 
04 
64 
84 
46 
82 
28 
33 
21 
78 
f.8 
58 
10 
81 
48 
46 
04 



City tax. 



• 








•20,223 03 


11,546 24 


88, 138 18 


190, 086 12 




4,748 17 


58, 741 56 



76,765 17 
2,956 31 

5,910 ii 
6,360 3H 



11.791 17 



7,449 OH 



$1, 400. 656 09 



Town, district 
and other lo- 
cal taxes. 



139, no 71 
68, 612 52 

123. 144 28 
2«,:»6 27 
13, HOI 12 
22, 742 79 
55, 643 4« 
37,037 68 

120, «1 11 
17,727 53 

141.791 89 
50, 4()0 47 
37, 03»H 69 
92,0f>H 81 
73,071 99 

202,481 36 

liiJ.OSa 43 

113.252 48 
33,841 93 

161,308 09 
14,685 03 

130. 024 92 
:i3, 757 74 
39, 846 30 
29,541 47 

l'J3. 403 51 

152, ii.'»0 00 
21,258 31 
93. y?<y 25 
7H, 055 42 



^9, 305, 282 78 



Total tax. 



196,023 19 

99,878 05 

214,878 44 

42,553 10 

78,717 60 

41, 796 90 

174,924 50 

62, 1(>2 83 

332, 963 W 

48, 1^2 55 

532,031 25 

95,881 70 

87. 868 85 

156, 262 51 

109, 6:^0 50 

429,0:)5 18 

188.876 33 

347,708 52 

64,638 12 

255. 706 90 

43, U7 38 

215,034 00 

96, 319 32 

92,702 86 

76. 476 94 

220, 198 16 

256,371 64 

62,361 20 

185. i:w 17 

147, 805 96 



tl9, 821. 620 99 



ii(YTE.—aty taxes are not given in this statement for a few cities where such taxes hare been ex- 
tended on Hpeci^ assessments for city purposes, which are not reported to Auditor's ofBce. 



[212] 



100 



Ko. 25. 

Statement of the ametmt of Btate^ Oou/ntyj Oity, Town^ District and other 

Local Taxes levied on the assessment of 1873. 



Couwran. 



CItyofQidnoy 

AakmB 

Alexander.... 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bnreau 

Calhoun 

CaEToU 

Case 

Ghampaiipi . . . 

ChrlBuan 

Clark 

CUy 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland .. 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Bonglaa 

DnPa^e 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Bffinffbam .... 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fnlton 

Gallatin 

G-reene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hanoook 

Hardin 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

JoDayisss.... 

Johnson 

Slane 

Kankakee — 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSaUe 

Lawrence 

Lee 

liringston ... 

Logan 

ICMon 

Maoonpin .... 

Kadison 

liailon 

lianhaU 

Hason 

ICassao 

McDonongh ... 

HoHenry 

HoLean 

Henard 

Heroer 

IConroe .«••••' 
Hontgom«ry... 

Morgan 

Hoiatiia 

Ogto 



State tax. 



151,791 81 
64,988 67 
18,060 38 

88.914 09 
88,637 91 
16,990 53 
69,586 80* 

4,883 43 
86,036 33 
86, 319 08 
75,894 30 
46,093 46 
19, 707 99 
80, 117 93 
87,947 66 

39.479 14 
1, 145, 305 15 
. 13, 915 79 

14, 897 75 
50,385 61 
88,008 47 
86,896 91 
40,694 04 
39,908 31 
10,771 18 
81,554 67 
30,466 63 
85,744 91 
7,040 81 

69.637 88 
10, 174 78 
31, 619 67 
88,714 61 
10. 550 44 
59,900 18 

5,850 40 

85.480 93 
68,850 88 
55,658 49 
87,506 55 
13, 813 92 
15, 418 81 
88,939 73 
97,867 56 

8,889 71 
87,r!35 85 
30,886 56 
89,0^ 11 
71,488 99 
98,306 80 
197.816 66 
18,990 76 
49,438 68 

70.638 03 
56,807 05 
61,678 38 
54,379 44 

98.915 88 
88,884 11 
89. 818 34 
38.993 76 

5, 849 95 
47,818 05 

40.553 55 
133,166 86 

83,865 10 

36.554 44 
15, 148 69 
41.874 81 
58,899 83 
93,354 56 
53,709 31 



County tax. 



188,183 38 
84,718 31 
39,534 98 
36,408 67 

7,548 86 
31, 881 84 
37,085 81 

6,444 03 
33,403 68 
40,944 88 
63, 590 34 

35. 803 43 
87.393 30 
86,083 15 
40,105 58 
49. 188 17 

1, 309, 603 30 
13.920 63 
18, 616 56 
37, 749 30 
35. 195 39 
31, 187 50 
19. 855 81 

37.500 43 
5,385 55 

83,183 80 
38.931 34 
.U 170 14 
35,956 63 
71, 844 41 

48.375 64 
87,373 27 
18. 314 88 

26. 376 13 
44.317 54 

9,077 68 
33,601 20 
75,686 16 
33,993 34 

59.501 11 
17, 436 58 
33,696 46 
85,833 89 
31,099 57 
19, 093 76 
86,011 36 
85,866 38 
11,881 69 
71, 438 19 
19, 051 80 
57,393 78 
15, 753 70 

58.804 73 
49,081 93 
67, 747 41 
47. 840 00 
63,010 35 

141,374 10 
89,585 45 
31,370 16 
99,096 99 
14,850 50 
48,508 55 
41, 761 03 

155,308 36 
39,947 44 
55,827 37 
33, 168 31 
15, 361 96 

104,454 08 
45,895 58 
9i855S6 



City tax. 



198,579 41 



69,093 15 
8,631 49 



8,081 56 

90, 308 41 

80,037 16 

3,955 81 

1,888 98 





18,84100 








6,398 38 
10,785 53 


10,799 97 


680 61 
3.833 93 
3,836 86 


5,757 89 

18,803 96 

1,391 86 




15,369 36 


8,055 81 

3,564 63 

3, 378 81 

10, 303 87 


8,690 49 
3,969 30 
4,915 40 


33,338 56 
5,969 49 


83.931 69 
89,980 79 
30,930 76 



99. 860 15 
3.797 39 

43,704 54 

49,810 05 
3,535 08 

78,816 79 



15,483 41 
14, 539 94 



17, 730 98 



176,071 58 



38, 749 94 

4,117 64 

1,490 33 

993 59 



Town, dis- 
trict and lo- 
cal taxes. 



•Ill, 
9». 
35, 
35, 
35, 
167, 

12, 
49, 

51, 

176, 

118, 

48, 

39, 

37, 

118, 

1,595, 

41, 
37. 
89. 

105. 
96, 
78, 

118, 

19, 

90, 

51. 
57, 
97, 

137, 
33. 
55, 
47, 
14, 

116, 
14, 
43, 

176. 

149, 
54, 

41, 

39, 

69, 

43, 

35, 

305, 

113, 

43, 

109, 

3 
950. 

39. 

138, 

189, 

147. 

138, 

103, 

197, 

49, 

70, 

99. 

17. 
97. 

76, 
813. 
51. 
93. 
31. 

58, 



849 17 
333 57 
863 88 
639 85 
984 64 
106 76 
044 80 
954 17 
544 91 
118 41 
941 93 
815 00 
163 63 
538 55 
844 09 
710 83 
480 80 
313 84 
383 46 
173 95 
64S 84 
773 33 
517 81 
655 03 
019 35 
067 03 
510 83 
573 89 
803 67 
335 71 
310 07 
357 48 
727 01 
404 40 
844 05 
337 90 
562 22 
374 35 
072 31 
373 10 
1.S4 41 
737 57 
578 33 
455 38 
878 36 
635 88 
301 04 
059 83 
743 15 
439 80 
884 39 
573 83 
339 85 
595 48 
753 10 
469 10 
957 48 
335 47 
343 68 
843 65 
354 67 
343 40 
998 63 
76« 56 
998 51 
160 73 
113 81 
888 47 
0T4 94 
417 79 



Total 



1178,553 54 

861,400 15 

150,010 96 

97,919 19 

65. 810 68 
84,796 « 

963,779 37 

33.371 61 

111, 474 T4 

139, 111 If 

335.630 91 

193, 093 71 

97.744 31 

85,369 81 

105.581 19 

895,799 49 

4, 050, 708 9T 

69,957 91 

70 796 55 

177,357 57 

174, 764 # 

164, 849 n 

133,391 58 

196,790 51 

98.811 69 
135, 317 4S 
114,878 98 
194,868 73 

60,569 13 
885,043 79 
109,990 09 
lis. 494 87 

94,386 37 

51. 653 57 
835,691 38 

99, 172 13 

94.465 84 
317. 663 39 
331,403 39 
151, 565 94 

78, 613 60 

89,953 57 
187, 470 39 
107, 460 85 

63,837 85 
418, 153 43 
175, 397 55 

68,608 84 
335,837 40 
117. 061 94 
456,581 01 

58,498 85 
970,077 3S 
318,856 59 
31i854 49 
898,061 5t 
894,386 87 
441,063 65 

107.905 
136,413 59 
937,963 31 

38.055 18 
905,383 98 
ISO. 307 19 
677,314 10 
105^811 05 
188, 181 89 

79,430 91 

184.906 46 
930,54519 
198,158 91 
988^878 48 



101 



tJ18] 



Statement — Oontinaed. 



CouHTm. 



P«Qri* 

PCRT.. ...... 

pCi 

Pike 

Pope 

PnWkl .... 

Pntuun 

Sandolph .. 

lOohhuid 

Book lalKod 

8tliii6 

fangamon ... 

Sehayler 

fleott 

fihelby , 

Stark .... 

fit Clair 

Bt«DbeiuMm .. 
Tuewell.... 

Unitm 

▼trmilion ... 

Wabash 

Warren , 

WMhlogton . 

Wayne 

White , 

Whiteside... 

Wffl , 

WlUiamaon.. 
WinnebMO . . 
Woodford... 

Totals... 



State tttz. 



185,910 81 
18.395 77 
96.357 64 
93.364 38 
7.466 55 
23.330 01 
11,M6 53 
30.8t^ 87 
17, 970 66 
45,869 87 
9.083 97 

110. 448 96 
89.793 83 
15.351 04 
49,841 88 
84,890 73 

108.976 11 
46, 055 46 
64, 573 33 
18. 080 71 
74.6c'0 16 
10, 934 10 
40, 433 19 
29.160 96 
19. 381 97 
17, 92t 65 
54,910 88 
86.581 87 
10, 684 88 
5a,a.S9 87 
37. 196 43 



85.023,609 50 



County t«z. 



1145,658 
43.829 

18,886 
75,678 
14.758 
19,918 
5,468 
60.849 
18,484 
71,385 
33,568 
90.900 
98,839 
66.756 
17, 984 
11,484 
67.480 
83,801 
108.:)87 
14, 418 
94,489 
93.690 
51.703 
43,096 
39,811 
43.816 
38,111 
50,559 
91,887 
48.906 
16,531 



57 
30 
09 
93 
10 
37 
59 
14 
64 
70 
70 
96 
57 
44 
91 
69 
89 
39 
03 
86 
98 
53 
40 
19 
35 
71 
06 
79 
77 
91 
38 



•5, 533, 001 80 



City 



H474 00 
1,560 36 
l.»6M 




1,649 99 


9,499 45 


64,769 90 


966,976 99 




7,716 49 

""ii.'iTo'ib" 

96.155 98 

61.997 99 

3,003 16 


19.337 15 
10,945 90 




909 99 

11, 949 40 

6,731M 


79.000 00 
5,966 01 



11,983,949 99 



Town, dia- 
tiiot and lo- 
cal taxea. 



•196,718 84 
37.019 43 

100,990 94 

140,719 99 
99.694 09 
96,879 70 
90,717 78 
69,097 95 
90,979 91 

149,194 63 
99,499 91 

160, 149 90 
44.614 44 
97,961 96 
86.969 98 
86.656 11 

191.003 48 

109,999 91 
95.900 SO 
99,799 03 

185. 138 04 
90.391 19 

119. 488 49 
90.769 89 
36.493 06 
91,906 61 

190.601 49 

187. 698 14 
94.909 00 
79,915 64 
87,993 60 



19,898,178 87 



Total tax. 



1379,769 99 
100,910 86 
146,561 54 
968.768 63 

45,848 67 

63.671 07 

37,739 83 
163.690 41 

81, 439 31 
394. 165 10 

73.079 58 
639 763 76 

90. 346 34 
100. 388 74 
156. 811 86 
191.971 53 
378,730 48 
199. 347 54 
309,688 38 

50. 194 16 
354,301 17 

67,989 90 
914.860 44 

96,081 98 

97.086 99 
119.849 89 
989,178 76 
991.516 04 

66,961 50 
939. 184 43 
146,919 43 



|K1,963,881 99 



Xon.— City taxea are not given in this atatement for a few dtiea whore sndh tazeo have been 
extended on special aaaeaameBta for city purposea, which ara not repatod to ▲adltor'a oflloe. 



[214] 



102 



No. 26. 

Statement of property assessed for the year 1873, in the several counties^ as 

returned to tlie Auditor's office. 






9 



10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



COUNTIBS. 



f Cook 

< DiiPage 

(Lake 

Boone 

DeKalb 

Kane 

McFIenry 

Winnebago 

Carroll 

Jo Daviess 

Ogle 

Stejjhenflon 

Whiteside 

Bureau 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam 

Rock Island 

Grundy 

Kendall 

La Salle 

Will 

Ford 

Iroquois 

Kankakee 

Livingston 

Marsliall 

Woodford 

Fulton 

Knox 

Peoiia 

Stark 

Hancock 

Henderson 

McDonough 

Mercer 

Schuyler 

Warren 

Adams 

City of Qninoy 

Brown 

Calhoun 

Greene 

Jersey 

Pike: 

Cass 

(Miristian 

Menard 

Morgan 

Sangamon 

Scott 

DeWitt 

Logan 

Mfwon 

McLean .......... 

Ta/.owoU ». 

(/hampaign 

('oW*H 

Douglas 

INLicon 

Pintt 

Vormiliou 



HORSBS. 



No. 



Value. 



19, 527 
6,311 

7,378 

5,829 
13, 543 
10, 697 
10, 4'iO 
10, 574 

8.889 

10, 995 
16,413 
I'Z, 705 
13,315 

17,380 

16, 19;> 

11,751 

3,670 

8,015 

8, 146 

7,547 

25,506 

12, 785 

«,873 
16,934 

8,240 
19, 707 

8,507 

11, 075 

17,285 

18, 302 

14, 490 

7,C35 

16, 165 
5, 988 

14, 057 

10, 865 
8,098 

12, 458 

14,320 
1, 055 
5,399 
2,343 
6,329 
4, 105 

12, 202 

4,909 

12, 222 
4,967 

6, 762 
18, 1«4 j 

2, 332 

0,103 

13, 449 
5, 73H 

25,641 
13, 200 

17,141 

10, 919 
7,7'J4 

1 1, 750 

7, .VJ.') 
15,833 



Av. 



1861, 544 
396. 582 
282, 740 

375, 615 
851,751 
628, 201 
527. 870 
741, 428 

342. 04 J 
539, 8«1 
966, 462 
814,741 
789, :ttl 

390. 189 
886, 181 
763, 01 1 
209, 957 

356. 005 

305, 870 

454. 535 

1, 683, 753 

681, 712 

408, 586 
935, 391 
424, 695 
1, 212, 179 
472, 615 
541, 007 

1, 077, 106 
987, 136 
725, 029 
428, 738 

792,367 
322, i:fti 
792, 726 
5:K, 013 
382, 097 
643, 615 

778,361 
66, 706 
324, 416 
125. 840 
208, 370 
222. 331 
739, 106 

250, 595 
715.414 
341,645 
341,883 
1, 025, 5K)8 
116,204 

451, 548 
8H5, 354 
329, 070 
1,512, 7"5 
8f7, 4931 

1,059, 790 1 
591..vn. 
454, 33o 
744,3fiH 
409, 0^7 
900, 041 



$44 12 

62 84 
38 32 

64 44 
62 89 

58 73 

50 67 
70 12 

38 39 

49 19 

.•)8 88 
64 13 

59 28 

22 45 
54 73 

64 93 
.'S7 20 
44 42 

37 55 

60 23 
66 01 

54 10 

59 45 

55 24 

51 54 

61 51 

55 56 

48 85 

62 31 
53 93 

50 00 

60 94 

49 02 

53 80 

56 39 

48 98 
47 18 

51 66 

54 35 

63 22 
60 0!) 
5:J 71 
32 92 
54 16 
60 57 

51 05 
58 53 
68 78 

50 56 

56 4rt 

49 8:1 

49 60 

65 m 

57 35 

60 17 

61 93 

61 83 
54 0.^ 
5H 29 
63 35 
54 36 
56 85 



Cattlb. 



No. 



39,367 
20, oa3 
23, 073 

18,129 
44, 402 
37,783 
35,889 
28,765 

24,956 
29,776 
46,KJ3 
32, 273 
41,333 

47,066 
39,010 
38,928 
7, 426 
19,855 

19. 844 
17, 525 
55, 982 
36, 460 

10. 986 
36. 2:J5 
19,500 
34,611 
16,322 
19, 518 

34.4.18 
44, 718 
25,414 

15, 478 

32,867 
13, 710 
32.133 
28, 759 

16, 517 
25,204 

29,078 
1.018 

10,499 
5,091 

14, 107 
7, 055 

25,570 

12,229 
19, 433 
15, 179 
18, 645 
48, 243 
4,565 

17, 789 
23, 699 
9,:i22 
51. .558 
20, 032 

31, 866 
20, 182 

17, 369 
21.722 
13, 795 
39,713 



Value. 



Av. 



1371, 543 
413, 521 
264,205 

339, 153 
907. 071 
692,166 
601, 493 
498, 058 

252,542. 
384,169 
779, 235 
405,974 
662, 701 

324,806 
706, 610 
691,777 
151, 969 
270, 409 



S9 44 

20 64 

11 44 

18 71 
20 43 
18 32 

16 76 

17 31 

10 12 

12 90 
16 64 

12 58 

16 03 

6 90 

18 11 

17 77 
20 46 

13 62 



288,312 14 49 

3:i0. 029 18 83 

1,278,092 21 04 

588,823 



MULIfl AND ASSBS 



No. 



231,377 
710, 931 
293, 254 1 
764,569! 
307,1051 
351, 844 

702,267 

1, 063, 996 

415, 720 

346. 868 

582,440 
270.899 
766, 230 
483,707 
271, 448 
509,184 

496, 781 
24,523 
181. 697 
70, 785 
12:i, 520 
117,530 
469, 536 

307, 825 
407, 100 
524, 686 
411.309 
1, 388, 066 
95, 124 

415, 413 
713, 215 
155. 980 
1, 389. 155 
457, 454 

728. 3.53 
410.141 
3-<8, 953 
543, 357 
327, 341 
918, 893 



16 15 

21 06, 
19 621 
15 04 

22 Oi) 
18 82 
18 03 



397 

108 

77 

78 
319 
220 
207 
240 

183 
259 
363 
414 
31H] 

743 
1,171 

258 
112 
483 

369 
265 
979 
496 

1,207 

1, 102 

37H 

1,449 

:W3 

434 



20 39 


911 


23 79 


816 


16 36 


675 


22 41 


369 


17 72 


1,863 


19 76 


511 


23 85 


1,131 


16 82 


944 


16 43 


457 


20 20 


855 


17 08 


2,366 


24 09 


196 


17 31 


616 


13 90 


392 


8 76 


964 


16 66 


590 


18 36 


1,823 


25 17 


712 


20 90 


2, 512 


34 57 


784 


22 06 


889 


28 77 


3,508 


20 84 


212 


23 35 


765 


30 10 


1,815 


16 r.\ 


1, 744 


26 97 


1,772 


22 84 


6t4 


22 86 


1, 699 


20 .32 


1. 062 


22 39 


906 


25 01 


1, 673 


23 73 


959 


22 14 


1,436 



Value. ' Av 

I 



•26, 972 $67 94 
7,020! 65 00 
2,65.') 34 4S 



.5,230 
20,691 
l.\ 577 

9.964 



67 0.'5 
64 86 

68 Oe 
48 14 



16.065 


66 94 


6.031 


3-2 96 


15, 6.'i0 


60 ti 


22. 481 


61 93 


30. 290 


73 16 


25. 461 


64 :w 


17,202 


23 15 


.58,709 


50 14 


16.004 


62 03 


6, 645 


59 33 


22,065 


45 68 


13,099 


35 50 


16. 160 


60 9^ 


67.802 


69*26 


25,692 


51 80 


97, 315 


80 63 


6*?, 759 


60 .-a 


18. 695 


49 4< 


104. 123 


71 86 


18. 257 


60 25 


24, 001 


.»»5 30 


65,616 


72 03 


47.9.>7 


58 77 


38. 798 


57 4S 


22,674 


61 45 


122. 466 


65 74 


31.456 


61 56 


80. 027 


70 76 


53.334 


56 49 


26,180 


57 29 


42, 564 


49 78 


163, 868 


69 96 


14.000 


71 42 


46.143 


74 91 


26,870 


6:^ 55 


32, 215 


33 42 


37.806 


64 08 


144.068 


79 00 


44.720 


62 St 


187. :m 


75 0? 


64, 557 


82 34 


53. 363 


60 03 


225. 82;i 


64 37 


11,073 


52 23 


42.P3p> 


56 00 


154, 597 


y-S IS 


11.5, 928 


16 46 


12.5. .52h 


70 "^ 


46,780 


, 72 67 


135. 673 


79 f>6 


63, 182 


.59 


56,305 


, 62 15 


136, 197 


81 40 


57, 421 


50 r7 


95,135 


1 66 25 



103 



[216] 



Statement — Con ( in ued. 



Q 



15 



COUHTIBS. 



Crftwford 

Clark 

Camberljuid 

Ed|:ar 

Sflmj^ham . . 

Jasper 

La^n^nce.. . . 
Monltrie.... 
Shelby 



16 



17 



18 



19 



Bond 

Clay 

Clinton 

Fayette 

Marion 

Mant^^omery 
Waabingtoii. 

Maooapin 

^ladiflon 

Mooroe 

St. Clair 



Alexander . 

Jackaon 

•Tohnaon 

MaMsao .... 

Perry 

Pope 

PaWi.... 
Randolph . . 

Union 

Williamaon 



E«l wards. 
Franklin . 
Gallatin . 
ELamilton 
Hardin .. 
Jeficraon. 
Richland. 

Saline 

Wabaah . 
Wayne . . 
White. .. 



HOBSBS. 



No. 



Totals 



ff.423 
8,41)4 
5,669 

11,702 
5,7«6 
5.748 

r5,409 
6,940 

15, 604 

5.920 
6.563 
6,674 

10,383 
7,951 

10, 60-2 
5,136 

14,83«j 

11,286 

3, SJl 

7,475 

1,236 
4,957 
2,616 
1,700 
4,514 
2,657 
1.408 

6, 3:w 

4.144 
3, 643 

3,2S9 
4,.'i01 
3,002 
4,267 
1, 242 
7, 30:> 
5, 6:«) 
3,110 
3, 212 
7,941 
6,131 



Value. 



Av. 



1326, 175 
341). Xt4 
205, KVS 
469. 026 
228, 762 
Ift-'i, 742 
174, 162 
382, K71 
82f , 719 

231, 415 
367, 987 
385, 3.M8 
50<S. 072 
410.698 
440, 226 
961, -Xil 

466 680 
483, 827 
178, 082 
550, 137 

58,465 

209.922 

98, 603 

86,198 

170. 268 

85.211 

43 906 

3J:J, 702 

169, 530 

176, 995 

156,563 
148.616 
130, 485 
235, 991 
67, 400 ! 
259. 440 ; 
264. 770 ' 
126, 374 
175.0:i8 
362. 851 
irj, 231 



•SO 78 
40 57 
3S 70 

40 08 
39 54 
34 05 
32 20 

55 17 
53 11 

39 00 

56 07 

57 74 

48 74 

51 65 

41 52 

50 m 

31 45 

42 87 

46 48 
73 60 

47 30 
42 35 
37 66 
50 70 
37 72 

32 07 
31 18 

52 69 

40 91 

48 58 



932,002 148,855 005 



48 
33 
43 
31 
54 
35 
46 
40 
54 
45 
28 



04 
02 
47 
87 
27 
52 
95 
63 
50 
69 
25 



Cattlb. 



No. 



10.154 
14,933 

8, 722 
32.430 
12,599 
12,064 

9,210 
11,153 
25,380 

9,822 
12 597 
11,635 
21,048 
13.289 
i«. 938 

8,981 

26,280' 

14. 552 

3,904 

8,242 

2.917 
8 590 
5,265 
5,465 
6,963 
5,926 
4,456 
9.057 
7,188 
6,234 

5,336 
5,442 
5, 373 
6,533 
3,409 

10,388 
9,776 
5,501 
4,443 

14,829 
9,918 



152 42 2,015 819 



Yalae 



$143, 833 
200,906 

96.103 
487,820 
133,836 
137, 013 

77, 951 
213, 174 
458,558 

141,355 
186,459 

183, 478 
288,257 
194, 361 
241,368 
113, 154 

293,916 

321,430 

50,389 

174, 935 

39.708 
86.512 
48,447 
49,946 
80,180 
48,629 
38, 093 
107,442 
63.951 
71.789 

66.546 

48,041 

55,167 

50,456 

44,620 

105,388 

123,602 

58,607 

63,705 

175, 076 

67,283 



At. 



135,776,899 



$14 16 

13 41 
11 08 
15 04 

10 54 

11 36 

8 46 
19 11 

18 07 

14 38 

14 80 

15 77 

13 60 

14 63 

14 95 

19 80 

11 18 

15 39 
13 90 
91 83 

13 61 

10 07 

9 90 
9 14 

11 98 
8 20 
R 55 

11 86 

8 90 

11 59 

19 47 

8 83 
10 37 

9 10 
13 09 
10 15 

13 54 

10 66 

14 34 

11 81 
678 



•17 75 



Mules ahd Absis. 



No. 



556 
745 
•16 

1,497 
619 
638 
457 
663 

1.749 

796 
1,356 
1.409 
1,162 
1,970 
1,768 

963 

9,340 
9,994 
1.019 
9,495 

497 
1,399 
1.919 
1.017 
1,063 
1,007 

417 
1,341 
1,119 
1,703 

535 

1,426 

767 

746 

461 

9,935 

890 

1,115 

491 

1,403 

1,107 



98,519 



Value. 



•39,500 
34,910 
94,792 
57,406 
97,203 
90,476 
17, 434 
48, 312 

100, 375 



Av. 



^•53 06 
I 46 86 
40 25 
40 23 
43 95 
33 09 
38 15 
73 78 
57 39 



33. 020 40 33 

70.015 51 63 

100. 306' 71 13 

59.4.'>3' 51 16 

75, 603 59 53 



81, 107 
74.630 



45 87 
75 93 



69, 519 29 71 

175.316 58 55 

65.342 64 12 



939,043 

98,533 
60,471 
53.648 
61, 401 
43,710 
37.365 
14.031 
87.814 
53.184 
89,534 

30.633 
52. 761 
36,995 
83,303 
30.580 
92,059 
43, 814 
48, 816 
38,000 
73,819 
34,560 



95 81 

57 39 
49 91 
44 01 
60 37 
41 55 
37 10 
33 65 

65 48 

47 53 
53 57 

57 24 
37 00 

48 33 
99 90 

66 33 

49 19 
53 43 
49 36 
66 51 
49 77 
31 83 



•5,883.663 I^SO 18 



[316] 



101 



Statement — Oontinaed. 



COUZITIIS. 



(Cook 

DaPage. 
Lake . . . 






Boone 

DeKalb 

Kane 

McHenry .. 
Winnebago. 



Carroll 

JoDavieae . 

Ogle 

Stephenson. 
Whiteside . 



Bnrean 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam 

Bock Island 



7 Gmndr- 
Kendall. 
LaSalle. 
Will.... 



8 



Ford 

Iroqnois . . . 
Kankakee.. 
Livlneston. 
HCarshall... 
Woodford. . 



9 Fnlton. 
Knox. . 
Peoria. 
Stark. . 



10 



11 



12 



13 



Hanoock 

Henderson . . 
MoDonongh 

Mercer 

Schuyler. . . . 
Warren 



Adams 

City of Qainoy. 

Brown 

Calhoun. 

Greene 

Jersey 

Pike 



Cass 

Christian.. 
Menard. . . 
Morgan. .. 
Sangamon 
Scott 



DeWitt. . 
Logan.... 
Mason... 
McLean . 
Tasewell. 



14 Champaign. 

Coles 

Bouglas . . . 

Macon 

putt 

Vermilion . 



Shbkp. 



No. 



I 
8,333l 
16,938 
38,503 

14, 705 
17, 570 
24,1391 
43. 856 1 
15,194 

5,590 
13,398 
12.438 
15,675 

7, m 

6,207 
4,976 
7,822 
1,741 
.3, 172 

2,247 
10,627 
13, 170 

8,679 

513 
4,902 
1,570 
3,925 
5, 125 
6,019 

23,310 

16,072 

7,507 

4,740 

O.l.'iO 
2,784 
10, 316 
6,431 
9,454 
5,580 

14,831 
24 
7,175 
1,396 
7,843 
2,583 

H778 

2,445 
10,977 

7,072 

9.119 
90,980 

4,072 

12,788 

6,229 

926 

17,796 
6,430 

9,578 
12,374 
8,926 
9,108 
3,970 
36,137 



Value. 



$10,317 

51, 441 

103, 181 

43, 765 
52, 860 
67, 641 
120,024 
50,627 

9,846 
29,871 
42,584 
38,573 
20,907 

5,287 

10,177 

21,493 

4,470 

5,419 

4,888 
31. 910 
34,443 
13,134 

1,275 

7,585 

3,378 

14,367 

12,191 

13,060 

55.568 

29,014 

ll,88d 

9,643 

17, 015 
5,432 
It, 881 
13, 178 
18, 876 
11,453 

30,570 

50 

15,041 

2,003 
10,555 

5,028 
30.522 

3,627 
18,695 
20,500 
19,029 
50,916 

8,834 

31,573 
18,703 
1,603 
42.598 
12,135 

22,518 
25,680 
X7,234 
20,206 
8,369 
84,564 



Ay. 



•1 24 
3 04 
2 68 

2 98 

3 00 
2 80 

2 74 

3 33 



1 
2 
3 
2 



76 
23 
42 
46 



2 75 

85 

3 05 
2 75 
2 57 

1 71 

2 17 

3 00 
2 62 
1 51 



2 
1 
2 



49 
55 
15 
3 66 

S 38 
2 17 



2 39 
388 

1 58 

2 03 



86 
95 
83 
05 
2 00 
2 05 



2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 



06 
08 
10 
87 
35 
95 
07 



48 
73 
90 
09 
8 43 
3 17 



1 
1 
3 
3 



3 47 
3 00 
73 
3 39 
1 89 



Boob. 



3 

3 
1 
8 
8 

3 



35 
08 
93 
80 
11 
34 



Ko. 



15,440 
11, 101 
10,364 

13,516 
44,034 
33,360 
24,679 
26,429 

38,925 
38,863 
55,581 
55,871 
44.933 

66,398 
75, 013 
36.435 
12, 693 
28,871 

15,655 
23,063 
68,972 
33,335 

31,640 
47,968 
19, 451 
68,904 
31,293 
45,301 

94,699 
91,923 
60,948 
3«.785 

57,947 
30,235 
59,537 
66, 500 
30,397 
50,703 

67.204 
109 
38,810 
10, 706 
34.451 
14,160 

88,053 
60,670 
34,563 
34,437 
99.638 
14,046 

41 840 
62,078 
33,314 
115, 178 
47,841 

58,540 
48,160 
33,383 
64,003 
33,993 
63,194 



Value. 



187,442 
41.871 
31,036 

60.043 

200,153 

81, 184 

95, 831 

118,044 

84,161 
122, 375 
252.805 
195,860 
198, 071 

09,690 

843, 524 

162,456 

50,896 

65,301 

41,271 

88,858 

319, 635 

77,280 

86,060 
148, 743 

45,706 
375,872 
109.125 
142,827 

364,066 
393, 742 
166, 140 
145,676 

178,680 
108, 122 
288,746 
186.428 
89,783 
830,499 

318,934 
305 
79,318 
34,860 
50,315 
41,781 

831,888 

60,389 
819, 941 
158,935 

89,545 
417, 424 

41,715 

176,293 
394,803 
68,590 
455, 980 
171, 774 

383,895 
150,288 
136,389 
868,694 
186,363 
838,530 



AV. 



•1 78 

3 77 

2 03 

4 80 
4 65 

3 63 

3 89 

4 47 

3 56 

3 15 

4 55 

3 51 

4 41 

1 05 

3 35 

4 46 
3 96 
386 

3 63 

3 85 

4 63 
3 31 



3 
3 
8 

4 
3 
3 



98 
10 
35 
00 
49 
14 



Stram BKGi2a8, n- 

CLUDIRG BOILBBS. 



3 84' 

4 28 

2 72 

3 75 



No. 


Value. 


At. 


164 


$167,935 


$1023 99 


10 


6.650 


665 00 


17 


3,860 


227 06 


17 


1,165 


166 43 


12 


12,525 


1, 043 T.'i 


28 


25,790 


921 07 


17 


3,155 


185 59 


19 


9,695 


510 26 


17 


1.7rf) 


165 24 


2:) 


14,925 


648 91 


17 


5.895 


34i; 76 


19 


10.720 


564 '21 


10 


5,125 


512 JO 


19 


3.294 


173 37 


33 


14.770 


447 60 


6 


2,700 


4.^00 


7 


2.650 


378 no 


36 


25, 475 


707 64 


16 


7,650 


478 12 


6 


1,620 


270 00 


97 


94,716 


976 45 


86 


88.330 


1.0S7 09 


8 


3,050 


38125 


27 


11,012 


407 29 


11 


3,5.%0 


322 73 


24 


n,:m 


724 17 


18 


15, U55 


886 39 


6 
•n 


1,550 
AR ifn 


358 33 
mi *& 



3 
3 
4 

3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 
8 
3 



98 
58 
85 
80 
95 
69 

36 
80 
47 
33 
06 



8 95 


3 47 


3 74 


3 64 


460 


3 60 


4 19 


8 97 


4 31 


4 75 


309 


3 95 


3 59 


3 82 


3 78 


4 09 


4 10 


3 73 


3 17 



35 
64 

4 

31 
3 
87 
20 
31 
14 

48 

41 

16 

6 

8 

4 

39 

16 
85 
10 
20 
95 
8 

9 

20 
13 



38 
45 
11 
80 
7 
49 



31,706 

35,065 

3.176 

8,700 

1.882 

16. 545 

5,430 

14,995 

10,100 

38.946 
20,000 
6,885 
3,800 
2.000 
3,700 
21,425 

4.475 

17,350 

4,650 

8.775 



620 17 
547 89 
794 00 

280 65 
627 33 
612 78 
371 50 
483 70 
721 43 

689 19 
487 80 
430 31 
633 33 
250 OO 
925 OO 
549 31 

879 69 

690 00 
465 60 
438 75 



97,910 1,030 63 
700 350 OO 



2,507 

18 200 

4,650 



3,800 

36.505 
32,770 

7,950 
11,755 

3,060 
38,356 



388 56 
910 00 
357 70 



440 00 

697 56 
739 29 
729 73 
587 75 
437 14 
71916 



105 



[217] 



SMemewt — Con Hnned. 



Couimis. 



u 



Crawford 

Clark 

ComberUnd. 

Edear 

Kfflngham . . 

Jaaper 

Lawrence. . . 
Moultrie .. . 
Shelbv 



16 Bond 

Clay 

;Clint4m 

j Fayette 

I MuioD 

iMontfzninery 

Washington. 



Srbbp. 



Hoo0. 



Ko. 



91.903 
22,206 

8,729 
S3. 705 

7,504 
15,771 
11.238 

9.655 
39.374 



17 Maconpln. 
Madiaon.. 
Monroe . . . 
St Clair . . 



18 Alexander . 

Jackaon 

Johnaon 

MaMac 

iPerry 

' Pope 

Pulaaki.... 
Randolph . . 

iUnion 

Williamaon 



19 Edwards. 
Franklin. 
GalUtin . 
Hamilton 
Hardin... 
Jefferson. 
Richland. 
iSaliiie . . . 
WabMh.. 
Wayne .. 
White ... 



14,960 
10. 144 

5,840 
11,993 

4,144 
16,988 
19,179 

9.«43 

7.:i60 

•19, *»2l 

15.118 



Totala. 1.092104 



Yalne. 



129,334 
39,677 

8,575 
39. .508 

9,299 
93,549 
11,337 
11,908 
73.764 



9.640 


18.185 


1 89 


16,046 


93, 7:tt 


1 48 


6.739 


19,737 


1 89 


90,799 


:{5.646 


1 71 


19,609 


16. 781 


1 33 


10, 481 


17,041 


1 63 


5,142 


6,798 


1 31 


19.576 


91.106 


1 08 


7.456 


19.698 


1 69 


1,760 


9,627 


1 49 


4,108 


8,880 


9 16 


1.130 


1.902 


I 06 


6.997 


6.796 


1 07 


7,087 


7,009 


99 


3.409 


3.393 


1 00 


5,332 


6,091 


1 14 


8,199 


7,944 


97 


978 


731 


75 


9.304 


14,184 


1 52 


6.483 


6.484 


1 00 


19 033 


19,114 


1 01 



99,809 

9,871 

e.050 

10,930 

4,330 

15.881 

15,374 

9,706 

10,635 

95,249 

13,039 



|9,13S»5e3 



At. 



fl 34 

1 47 

98 

37 

94 

49 

01 

1 93 

1 87 



60 
97 
04 
97 
04 
97 



1 
1 
1 



00 
44 

1 29 

86 



No. 



97,797 
31,597 
90.069 
46.988 
19, 679 
90,313 
19.740 
97,719 
67,601 

91,583 
93.731 
95,943 
39,468 
98,354 
34,939 
13,630 

51,951 
39,164 
11,749 
90,896 

5,754 
99,454 
15.964 
11,790 
11,699 
13, 811 

7,311 
16,765 
19,494 
91,944 

15,394 
16,840 
15,480 
17, 319 
7,966 
95.001 
16.831 
16,846 
13,470 
95,051 
31,057 



•1 96 3,560199 



Valae. 



•65,497 
69,870 
49.4b4 

196.845 
36,685 
99,085 
99.543 
87.474 

910.007 

38,835 
56, HI 
60,165 
89.659 
77,114 
78,896 
94,970 

71,886 
86,954 
19,435 
53,933 

7,698 
96,996 
15,982 
14.956 
13,880 
13. 610 

5,943 
94,507 
18,485 
96,898 

98.315 
16,148 
17,031 
15,336 
8,398 
98,679 
95,785 
19,881 
39,164 
51, 945 
30.195 



11,979,790 



Av. 



IB 
9 
9 
9 
1 



36 
91 
12 
70 
86 



1 43 



Stbam BNonras, in- 

CLUDINO BOILBR0. 



No. 



1 

3 



50! 
16 



3 11 



1 80 
9 50 
38 
09 
79 
30 



9 
9 
9 
9 



1 83 

1 41 
9 90 
1 66 

955 

1 34 
17 
00 
91 
19 
99 
81 
46 
95 
99 



85 
96 
10 
89 
16 
15 



1 
1 
1 53 



1 
9 



18 
39 



9 0,^ 
97 



10 
99 
90 
25 
19 
17 
9 
90i 
95 

90 
18 
18 
34 
13 
32 
8 

46 

55 

14 

114 

19 
95 
13 
30 
99 
7 
90 
35 
94 
16 

7 
7 
94 
16 
6 
13 
93 
14 
16 
19 
33 



Valne 



Av. 



•10,650 

16,509 

15.2.3U 

12,5fi0 

6,450 

5,883 

5,4li7 

19,790 

16, 8:)5 

10 100 
11,950 

7, 671? I 
32,900| 

5, 3001 
11,178 

9,700] 

15, 705 1 
22, 135| 

8,950 

104. :)2r. 

.\920 
21.600 

12. ItA) 
19, 425 
14, 07ft 

3.500 

13, 4-25 
29.815 
1.1, 952 
14,350 



$1065 00 
569 27 
761 5« 
502 40 
537 60 
346 115 
607 33 
965 37 
673 40 

505 00 
663 ("9 
426 M 
947 06 
407 69 
349 31 
337 50 

341 41 
402 45 
5«I» 21 
915 13 

4«»3 33 
M'H 00 
9:i4 62 
C47 ."iO 
48.*» 17 
500 00 
671 25 
851 86 
581 Xt 
896 87 



4,650 

2,850 
18,100 
10,340 

8.600,1, 

9,400j 
19.200! 

9,600 
12,828 

8,650 
17,565 



664 99 
407 14 
754 17 
646 25 
433 33 
79:) 08 
834 78 
685 71 
801 75 
790 83 
539 27 



•S 179594 1.706076 |675 94 



[218] 



106 



Statement — Continued. 



H 



O 
H 

an 



10 



11 



39 



13 



Counties. 



(Cook.... 

< DuPage 
(Lake ... 



BOODO 

DeKiilb ... 

Kauo 

MoHenry . 
Winnebago 



Carroll .... 
Jo Daviess. 

Ojjle 

Stephenson 
Wliitesido . 



Bureau 

Henry 

Lee 

Pntnam 

Kt>ck Island. 



7 (rninflv. 
Kendall. 
I^Salle . 
Will..-. 



Ford 

InKpiois ... 
Kankakee . 
Livingston. 
Marahitll... 
Woodford.. 



Fulton 
Knox . . 
Peoria 
Stark . 



Hancock ... 
Henderson . 
McDouou^h 

Mercer 

Sohuj'ler.... 
Warren 



Adams 

City of Qnincy. 

Brown 

Calhoun 

Greene 

Jersey 

Pike 



Cass 

Christian . 
Menard .. 
Morgan... 
Sangamon 
Scott 



DeWitt.. 
Logan ... 
Mason ... 
McLean . 
TazewelL 



43 

70 
42 
28 
51 
13 
Vermilion I 46 



14 Champaign 

Coles 

Douglas ... 

Macon 

putt 



FiRB OH BUKCLAH 

Puouf Safes. 



No 



400 
Itf 
34 

25 

43 

113 

92 

77 

28 

50 
55 
96 

77 

43 

60 

44 

4 

77 

21 

18 

186 

82 

29 
36 
25 
80 
31 
341 

91 

72 

147 

11 

99 
5 
33 
28 
11 
21 

10 
413 

11 
3 
5 

18 

32> 

36 
35 
13 
94> 
141, 
4 

19 
63 
24 



Value. 



168,085 

1,392 

845 

1,386 
4,005 
10. 155 
1.788 
8,640 

1, 141 
3,860 
4.575 
6,912 
7,585 

1,349 
5.455 
3,010 
795 
5,171 

2,767 

17.825 
5.219 

4,178 
3,960 
1,515 
7,630 
2,610 
4,415 

9,078 
10,72P 
12,315 

1,578 

1,985 
212 

2,271 

3,055 
560 

2,435 



Av. 



170 21 
87 00 
24 85 

55 20 
93 14 

69 87 

81 27 

112 21 

40 75 
77 20 
8:) 18 
72 00 

98 50 

31 37 

90 92 

68 41 

181 25 

67 16 

131 76 

68 11 
95 m 
63 65 

141 07 

110 00 

60 60 

95 37 

84 19 

127 35 

99 76 
149 01 

83 77 
143 45 

68 47 
42 40 
68 82 

109 10 
52 73 

115 95 



1, 369 136 90 
5, 202 121 00 



2,355 

130 

555 

2.428 

3,895 

2,961 
3,605 

875 

3,760 

11, 105 

530 

3,780 

17,160 

1,920 



214 09 
43 33 
111 00 
134 89 
121 72 

82 25 
103 00 

67 30 
156 67 

78 76 
132 50 

196 95 

272 38 

80 06 



6,270 



149 29 



14, 145 202 07 
4, 932; 117 43 



3,205 
7.870 



114 46 
l.M 31 



1,735,1:0 46 
6,266136 22 



BILLIABD, PlGBON- 

UuLB, etc., Tables. 



No. 



273 
29 
11 

5 
20 
32 
10 
20 

17 
15 
19 
31 
34 

21 
40 
24 
3 
23 

21 
16 
82 
53 

8 
21 
20 
14 
16 
13 

13 
15 

46 
10 

18 
4 

12 
6 



1 

10 
3 
1 
5 
5 
11 

18 

24 

9 

8 

48 



16 
14 
17 



95 

30 
16 

4 
14 

6 
93 



Value. 



Av. 



124.832 

1,545 

670 

350 
3,395 
3,075 

815 
3,720 

654 
1,015 
2,570 
2,280 
3,956 

1,232 
2,995 
2,265 
125 
3,665 

1.723 
1,378 

8, on 
4,540 

585 
2.450 
1,650 
2,120 
1,465 
1,245 

1,770 
1,627 
5, 46.') 
1,798 

1,245 
."SOO 

1, 515 
540 



700 

10 

1,580 

1,100 

10 

250 

230 

1,290 

820 
2,635 
1,430 

405 
3,525 



$90 96 
53 28 
60 91 

70 00 
119 75 

96 09 

81 50 
186 06 

38 4T 
67 67 

135 26 

73 ,■» 
116 35 

58 67 

74 88 

94 37 
41 66 

111 06 

82 05 
86 12 

97 83 
85 66 

73 13 
116 67 

82 50 
151 43 

91 56 

95 77 

136 15 

108 47 
118 80 
179 80 

69 17 
VX'i 00 
12G 25 

90 00 



9,995 

785 

9,525 



9,140 

4,410 
2,905 

700 
1,200 

KO 
2,740 



233 33 



158 00 
366 66 

'5606 

46 00 

117 27 

45 55 

109 79 

158 89 

61 87 

73 44 



189 81 

56 07 

142 65 



85 60 

147 00 
181 56 
175 00 
85 71 
91 67 
194 55 



cxrriagbs a2cd 
Wagons. 



No. 



10, 761 
2,973 
3,302 

3,297 
4,637 
5,251 
3,921 
4,621 

3,152 
3.452 
5.66."> 
5,267 
4,692 

5,474 
5,594 
4,218 
1, 242 
3,151 

2,535 
2,6.')e 
9, 246 
5,919 

2,652 
5,407 
2,691 
6,770 
2,852 
4,020 

6,124 
6,119 
5.713 
2,218 

5,596 
1,874 
4.686 
3,222 
9,501 
3,803 

5,961 
915 
1,985 
835 
1,894 
1,634 
4,690 

1,556 

4,967 
1,431 
9,604 
6,744 
885 

9,816 
4,484 
9.658 
8,433 
4,482 

5,843 
3,658 
2,560 
4,418 
3,357 
5,997 



Value. 



1514, 701 

104,506 

65,332 

90.458 
179,120 
235 693 
126. e08 
330,481 

64,807 
113.010 
208.228 
218,649 
176, 959 

77,985 
187,641 
157, 470 

41,340 
104. 010 

64,972 
118,383 
382,717 
157,636 

91,236 
163,834 

75,763 
943,918 
100, iM 
127,052 

376,805 

282,661 

242, 142 

89, 218 

194,928 
71.003 

180.968 

108,152 
88.208 

170, 612 

920.488 
56.032 
79.400 
25,285 
41,505 
66,'J23 

206.495 

57. 512 
154. 748 

75.2.'>5 
100.176 
286, 3B8 

36.933 

90.099 
183,381 

93.631 
358.315 
165,034 

819.075 
138.990 

88.401 
181, 561 

81,829 
395.110 



At. 



#47 74 


35 18 


19 75 


39 38 


38 63 


42 96 


33 34 


47 71 


90 56 


Jili 


36 75 


41 51 


37 71 


14 25 


33 54 


37 33 


36 ao 


33 01 


25 73 


45 01 


4139 


26 67 


34 40 


3030 


98 15 


36 03 


351a 


31 eo 


45 30 


46 19 


42 3d 


40 23 


34 83 


37 H9 


38 6 J 


33 57 


35 S7 


44 b6 


36 99 


63 42 


40 00 


30 28 


2194 


40 53 


44 03 


37 00 


36 29 


53 59 


38 47 


43 46 


4173 


319^ 


40 90 


94 65 


43 49 


41 SS 


37 49 


36 00 


34 53 


4110 


34 63 


49« 



107 



[219] 



Statement — ^ContiDaed. 



5 



Ck>umBB. 



15 



I' 



If 



17 



Crawford . . . 

CUrk 

Cumberland 

Edgar 

Eflingham . . 

Jasper 

Lawreoce. .. 

Monltrie 

Shelby 



Bond .... 

CUy 

Clinton 

Fkyetto 

Marion 

Mon tfomcry . 
Washington . 



Macoapin 
Madison . . 
Monroo .. 
St. Clair.. 



18 Alexander. 

I Jackson 

ijohnson 

i MsAsac 

'Perry 

iPape 

! Pulaski .... 
I Randolph .. 

Tnion 

Williamson 

19 Edwards 

FrankUn... 
Gallatin ... 
Hani ikon ., 

Hardin 

Jefferson ... 
Richland... 

Saline , 

WalMMh .... 

Wavne 

Wliite 

Totals.. 



TntK OR Bt'RtiLAIl- 

Peoof Safim. 


RlLLIAlin, PlOKON- 

UoLR, etc.. Tables. 


CABEIAGR8 AND WaOONB. 


No. 
12 


Value 


Av. 


No. 


Valne. 


Av. 


No. 


Value. 


Av. 


11,350 
933 


113 50 






3.116 


183,907 
76. 002 


939 65 


15 


61 53 


6 


1630 


105 00 


8,7«l 


37 33 


10 


505 


50 50 


7 


545 


77 86 


1,695 


43,812 


25 85 


38 


3,475 


65 13 


7 


850 


121 43 


3,90:1 


114.090 


29 23 


13 


1.040 


80 00 


16 


607 


37 94 


2,170 


55. ','8^ 


25 4H 


s 


SO 


10 00 


1 


75 


75 00 


1,844 


4-». :c.7 


22 97 


5 


365 


73 00 


3 


250 


Ki 3:i 


1,900 


50.028 


26 :» 


11 


1.170 


170 00 


12 


1, 650 i:n 50 


2.041 


7fi 116 


:n 44 


33 


3,355 


145 87 


16 


3.811 138 19 

1 


4,662 


177, 528 


38 16 


6 


1.640 


373 33 








1,917 


50, ms 


26 18 


11 


:J,550;333 73 


7 


640 


91 43 


2,299 


H9, 051 


:W 73 


17 


3, 039 1 119 94 


30 


635 


31 25 


2,81?< 


101. 480 


:{6 01 


14 


1.035 


T3 31 


14 


1,355 


96 79 


3,176 


107, 325 


33 79 


33 


4,6a5 


143 90 


17 


1,303 


76 65 


2.8TJ 


100, 724 


35 05 


33 


3,349 


101 48 


21 


1,741 


82 90 


3,480 


114,243 


32 83 


35 


8,065 


83 60 


11 


680 


61 80 


2,305 


71,069 


30 83 


55 


3,956 


71 93 


26 


1,001 


38 50 


5,236 


106. 614 


80 .36 


71 


3,935 


41 19 


33 


1,433 


44 75 


5,893 


182,024 


30 89 


19 


730 


38 43 


10 


135 


13 50 


2,035 


46.287 


22 75 


137 


11. ;05 


89 35 


35 


1,718 


49 09 


3,921^ 


188 670 


48 03 


44 


3.802 


63 68 


23 


1, 815 


82 50 


824 


27,726 


:J3 65 


13 


1,405 


108 08 


13 


755 


5H OH 


1,W»2 


57.242; 30 25 


C 


780 


i:h) 00 


1 


100 


100 00 


956 


24.212 25 :« 


17 


1,225 


73 06 


2 


135 


67 50 


975 


29.7li»i :H) 48 


18 


1.625 


90 38 


10 


500 


50 00 


1,8U 


4<l, (K)4 , 27 (Hi 


4 


300 


5(» 00 


1 


300 200 00 


909 


19. «»9fil 22 00 


lii 


•75 


37 50 


5 


im 120 00 


t^2 


15,9461 IH J-H 


31 


1, 755 


83 .57 


17 


1,000 


58 82 


2,900 


110,600 38 14 


15 


1,155 


77 00 


8 


353 


44 12 


2,003 


55, 775 27 85 


4 


350 


87 50 


1 


10 




1.349 


4T,!)«3 35 41 


9 

4 


530 
330 


58 85 
57 50 








1.395 
1.359 


49 mi 
:W, 552 


3H 48 


1 


io 


10 00 


2: J 9.") 


13 


1.090 


83 85 








1,141 


3.5, 465 


31 08 


6 


500 


83 33 


5 


275 


55 00 


1.12:1 


A .'>90 


22 79 


5 


495 


99 00 


• • • • 




. - « . 


47ft 


16, 640 


34 81 


14 


990 


70 71 


3 


340 113 33 


3 32G 


58, 09H 


24 !W 


19 


l.a'iO 


71 05 


3 


400:133 3:i 


2,091 


74, 767 


35 76 


10 


505 


50 50 


I 


24 24 00 


1.101 


31. 022 


27 92 


8 


570 


71 35 


8 


1,130 


141 25 


l..'»6 


5H, JKW) 


43 46 


11 


1.160 


105 45 


21 


250 


125 00 


2,408 


74. 857 


31 09 


19 
3844 


1.025 


53 95 


7 
1706 


590 


84 29 


2, 152 


43. 642 


20 28 


•407,3:)8 


105 97 


$158, 597 


$92 96| 


338,878 


12, 176, 983 135 93 



[220] 



106 



Statement — Continued. 



25 
o 



1 
2 
3 



8 



10 



11 



IS 



13 



14 



COUNTIBB. 



(Cook.... 
(Lake ... 



Boone 

DeKalb 

Kane 

McHenry . . 
Winnebago 

Carroll 

Jo DaTiess. 

Ogle 

Stephenson 
Whitei^ido . 



Bureau 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam 

Ruck Island 



Grundy. 
Kendall. 
La Salle. 
Will.... 



Ford 

Iroquois . . . 
Kankakee . 
Livingston 
Marshall. . . 
Woodford. . 



Pultor. 
Knox .. 
Peoria . 
Stark.. 



Hancock 

Henderson.. 
McDouough 

Mercer 

Sehayler 

Warren 



Adams 

City of Qnlncy. 

Brown 

Calhoan 

Greene 

Jersey 

Pike 



Cass 

Christiaxi . 
Menard. . . 
Morgan... 
Sangamon 
Soott 



DeWUt.. 
Logan . . . 
Mason . . . 
McLean . 
Tasewell 



Champaign 

Coles 

Bonglas 

Macon 

Piatt 

Vermilion .....1 



Watchbs akd Clocrh. 



No. 



7,574 
9,3g2 
3,146 

l.SKS 
4,186 
6,659 
8.916 
4,671 

9.861 
8,860 
5,118 
4,903 
3,786 

4,136 
4,900 
3,744 
963 
3,499 

1.850 
1,737 
8,946 
4,846 

1,963 
4,334 
1,537 
S«108 
9.401 
3,497 

5,689 
4,644 

4,336 
1,837 

5,697 
1,903 
4,513 
9,530 
9.149 
3,354 

4,740 
1,947 
1,580 
535 
743 
1,117 
3,916 

1,050 
3.566 
1,404 
1,935 
6,911 
369 

9,744 
3,953 
9,066 
7,806 
3,999 

4,965 
3,761 
9.961 
3,666 
1,789 
5,044 



Valne. 



193.699 
15,543 

8,183 

19.749 

98,874 
63 440 
19,806 
46,395 

8.631 
90.349 
31.448 
34,096 
95,888 

8,383 
93,056 
98,547 

5,495 
85.419 

8,390 
13,935 
6H.545 
90,301 

11, 704 
91.507 
7,109 
97,797 
14,199 
90,960 

48.003 
43,753 
46,934 
13,188 

99,401 
8,913 
31,939 
14,973 
10,846 
91,489 

99,675 

8,310 
3,855 
5,335 
8,356 
30,846 

7.640 
93»990 
16,075 
10,491 
76,315 

3,831 

16, 795 
97,991 
17,914 
89,788 
94,567 

40,767 
99,530 
15, 610 
34,009 
11,333 
40,615 



Av. 



•19 37 
6 53 

3 81 

6 49 

6 90 
9 53 

4 39 
9 91 

309 

7 08 
6 14 
6 95 

6 84 

903 

5 49 

7 OS 
5 76 
7 37 

444 

7 61 

8 31 

4 17 

596 
496 
465 

5 43 

5 88 

6 19 

854 

9 49 
10 89 

7 18 

5 16 

6 83 



7 
5 
5 



07 
89 
06 



6 30 

4 77 

18 3S 

536 



7 
7 

7 

7 



34 
05 
19 
79 



798 
679 

11 45 
849 

19 97 

10 58 

6 10 

860 
8 67 

11 50 

7 46 

8 91 
785 
6 84 

9 37 
633 
6 05 



SewIDTO AMD KNirnNO 
Machinsb. 



No. 



Value. 



9,479 

1.031 

855 

699 
1,693 
9,490 
1,939 
1,941 

1,113 
1,034 
1.849 
1.977 
1,776 

1,505 
1,718 
l,3i»4 
358 
1 789 

736 

885 

3, 573 

1,989 

686 

589 

901 

9,008 

1,049 

1.913 

1,700 

9,089 

1,955 

734 

1,996 

593 

1,478 

1.035 



1,354 

1,667 
1,377 
478 
106 
503 
507 
1,447 

503 
1,369 

507 
1,098 
9,994 

319 

1,036 

1,393 

803 



1.488 

9,145 
1,306 

871 
1,938 

808 
1,789 



$68,987 
96.557 
14,599 

94, 843 
55.366 
88,917 
99.658 
77.337 

18,381 
36.447 
61.891 
70,339 
54,790 

9.881 
48.359 
44.675 
11, 117 
58,183 

13,440 

38.901 

117,403 

57,041 

8S.193 
48,197 
81,159 
74,830 
97,693 
39.438 

67,673 
77,333 
57,896 
87,335 

65,046 
18,753 
58,156 
34,960 
19,603 
43,790 

60,818 
44,545 
19,387 
3,960 
10,530 
16,080 
57,456 

15,850 
50,050 
19,480 
83,473 
108,111 
10,414 

31,130 
58,385 
37,539 



Av. 



PlAVOR. 



60,805 

77,643 
40,387 
31. 001 
67.741 
87.716 
66,118 



197 83 
35 76 

17 07 

35 54 

33 71 

34 63 

33 94 
39 84 

16 51 

35 3.5 
33 47 
35 57 

30 81 

6 19 
98 15 
.33 19 

31 Oh 
39 17 

18 36 
43 16 
3S 86 
38 68 

33 81 
83 81 
83 48 

37 87 
86 58 

38 50 

39 81 
37 01 
89 61 
37 10 

33 50 
35 93 
39 35 

34 11 



31 60 

36 19 
34 88 
40 43 

37 36 
91 00 
31 79 
39 70 

31 51 

36 74 

38 49 
99 83 

34 03 
33 38 

30 05 

37 61 

35 53 



40 86 

36 99 
30 85 
35 59 
35 14 
34 30 
38 93 



No. 



1.334 
195 

300 

64 
161 
530 
151 
396 

93 
150 
818 
197 
194 

191 
191 
196 
34 
981 

99 
116 
508 
973 

51 
110 
117 
135 
113 
100 

160 
330 
385 

40 

150 
53 

113 
50 
39 

150 

07 



35 

6 

79 

96 

155 



Value. 



$165,981 
85,190 
13,1^ 

8.911 
95,600 
81.330 

la 315 

73,571 

5.956 
31.300 
37.960 
99,346 
97,055 

8,100 
93,915 
31.375 

3,850 
30,390 

7.394 
90.710 
80.167 
34,683 

7,475 
15.935 

8,305 
91,649 
13,545 
17,390 

39.991 

53.663 

63.965 

6,674 

18.730 
7,571 

18, 510 
9,395 
4,730 

13,984 

41,335 

7,510 

1.900 

6,340 

19,915 

98,956 



64 


7,930 


93 


15.755 


51 


11,870 


950 


30.685 


501 


73,780 


43 


5.480 


61 


6.940 


115 


18,570 


88 


13,970 


497 


93.406 


919 


33,694 


199 


34,7SS 


149 


.95,965 


70 


8,756 


188 


39,175 


35 


4,585 


199 


81,635 



At. 



$194 83 

196 82 
66 11 

139 9S 
150 00 
153 96 
191 99 
183 90 

64 04 
141 S3 
176 91 
148 96 
139 46 

49 41 
195 91 
160 08 
113 93 
107 90 

80 37 
178 53 
157 81 

197 04 

146 57 
138 50 
70 98 
160 36 
119 87 

173 90 

90138 
169 69 
166 19 

166 85 

117 80 

145 60 
163 81 

159 15 
131 98 

160 99 

136 95 

146 06 
314 57 
900 00 

88 00 
13179 
189 31 

119 67 
169 40 
338 75 
189 74 

147 97 
197 44 

113 77 
16148 
156 75 
187 N 
15351 

174 70 
189 » 
195 09 
906 36 
199 9$ 

167 Tl 







loe 






t 


221] 


1 
1 


c.™™. 


Watcbh aid Clocu. 


8BW1M um Kmina 


Puigo. 


Ho. 


V«ltM. 




=,,„ 


Valu.-. 


,. 


Mo. 


Trine. 


At. 


1, 




1,TOS 

i,u: 

on 

a, aw 

S,JS( 
11,0*1 

1,TSS 

i,«ei 

M! 

1,13; 

'381 

t,<*< 


•10, BM 

ii,gTO 

3^S« 

lisra 
ios 

li 

19, 8« 

S,3S5 
11. Ml 
1ft Mi 

IK, MO 

!! 

,sa 

SiS 
S!!: 
'SS 

ss 

7, tie 

m 

B 

10. »; 


4 3) 
S« 

884 

4>l 

7Si 

»41 

4S( 
948 
390 
4« 

5 W 
SX 

ia«i 

34t 


1S« 
4S3 

eoi 

Ml 
1,M0 

■1 


lis.™ 

33. 'm 
vi.tm 

35,000 
1«, 18C 

81,444 

SI Tu; 

3. OH 

i.sa 


H <3 

ss 

ss r 

35 ac 

3133 

33 » 

SS 

3CM 

si 

tsu 

33 93 

W« 

31 tt 

S!! 

33 48 

:: 


l»i 

X] 
M 

aas 

m 
100 

4P 

St 

at 
i< 

11 

X 

■n 


■5JS 


IIMU 










143 «< 


















1.SSS 

,51! 


















































11.018 

8,380 

18,C«5 

sl;o44 

3.413 
8.40S 

. iS 

i;4«: 

!:S 
■i:S 










l. 




71 » 






















n,::::::::: 


























































































































U0.VB3 


li.»«.«i 


*«M 


1«J.MJ 




13,801 


l.*38,ft<4 















[222] 



110 



Statement — Continued. 



2§ 

S 
o 



GouMTnes. 



f Cook ... 
(Lake ... 



5 



6 



Bmmo 

DoKalb .... 

Kane 

Mclieiiry . . 
Winnebago 



Carroll .... 
JoDavioMS . 

Ogle 

Stephen Hon 
WhitcHide . 



Bureau 

Henry 

Lee... 

Putnam 

Kock laland 



7 Gnindy. 
Kendall 
LaSaUe.. 
Will . . . . 



9 



Ford 

Iroquoia . . . 
Kankakee . 
LiviugHton 
MarAliall . . . 
Woodford . 



Fultou 
Knox . . 
I*eoria. 
Stark . . 



10 Haooock — 
Henderson.. 
McDouough 

Mercer 

Schuyler . . . 
Warren 



11 



19 



13 



14 



Adams 

City of Quinoy. 

Brown 

Calhonn 

(rreene 

Jersey 

Pike 



Cass 

ChriBtftan.. 
Menard ... 
Morgan.... 
Sangamon 
Soott 



I>eWitt... 
Logan ... 
Mason . . . 
McLean .. 
Tazewell 



Champaign. 

Coles 

Douglas ... 

Macon 

Pialt 

YermUion... 



Mblodbokb and 
Orqanb. 



Ko. 



188 
171 
S14 

174 
895 

4ia 

271 

436 

197 
SOI 
49S 
392 
447 

431 
315 



TO 
907 

78 
193 
468 
213 

72 
153 

73 
196 

i:uf 

184 

379 
337 
353 
157 

371 
93 

824 

185 
57 

259 

274 
46 
63 
6 
53 
89 

185 

69 
166 

56 
137 
176 

86 

72 

105 
70 



173 

181 
93 
39 

159 
55 

100 



Value. 



•7,853 
7,928 
5,895 

13, 178 
29, 172 
25,003 
14.596 
30,160 

7,975 
10,962 
35,103 
28.407 
26,58d 

6.4«3 
lO.l&d 
17,827 

5,130 
16,241 

2,959 
16, 720 
28,374 

8,002 

4,440 
8,885 
2,937 

12.358 
7,427 

13,823 

21,069 
22,557 
33,089 
11,103 

16.640 
6,930 

13, r33 

11,774 
4,067 

18,182 

19,798 
3.355 
6,060 
415 
8,085 
1,495 

14,005 

4.397 
13,637 
4,440 
5,350 
9,413 
1,498 

4,017 
7,160 
4,990 



10,454 

12,456 
5,980 
2,335 

11,398 
3,185 

11,755 



Av. 



$41 77 
46 36 
27 55 

75 67 
TJ 85 

60 54 

53 86 
70 82 

40 48 

54 54 

70 92 

72 46 

59 48 

15 40 
51 39 

61 90 

71 11 
49 47 

37 93 
86 66 

60 63 
37 57 

61 67 
58 07 
40 23 
63 05 
57 13 
75 12 

75 59 
66 93 
65 41 

70 72 

61 40 
75 33 
61 31 
63 64 

71 30 
70 30 

73 85 

72 93 



96 
69 
40 
51 



19 
17 
10 
55 



75 70 

63 27 

76 13 
76 55 
39 05 
53 48 
57 68 

55 80 

68 19 
71 38 



60 78 

68 88 
64 30 
50 63 
71 69 
57 91 
73 47 



F&ANCHIBB8. 



No. 



Yaloe. 



$16,836 
500 
306 



Ay. 



Ankutius and 
royalttbs. 



No. 



Value. 



830 



3,396 
900 

1,003 

330 

72 



1,000 



300 
4,450 

2,131 



500 00 
206 00 



425 00 



72 00 



129 
5.000 



8,176 

515 

6,375 



975 



498 
500 



8,000 



1,500 
396 



850 



375 



1,000 
100 



900 



8,300 



1,350 
706 



710 33 



61 00 



325 00 



949 00 



198 00 



137 50 



500 00 



T66 66 



1 
12 



12,240 
30 
25 



7 
19 



81 



100 

l.OUO 

4sl 

3U0 



100 
4.565 



200 

125 

2U0 

6.r)00 

6,059 



700 
500 



700 

18,437 

300 

20 

6,719 

8,070 



1,606 



78 

850 



767 



300 
6,000 



8,607 



480 
1,936 



Ar. 



9:10 UO 

25 UO 



200 100 00 
2.2IN) 
1,000 

12.173 



40 08 



1S5 00 

2UU Oti 



500 00 



930 96 

108 95 

'"76*48 



1,200 00 



869 09 
...... . 



96 00 



UO ••«••« 



Ill 



[223] 



Statement^ Goninaed. 



I 


» 

I GouNTiia. 


Mblodbonb akd 
Oboans. 


FRAHCHIBB8. 


ANNurriBs and 
Royalties. 


3 




No. 


Yalne. 


Av. 


No. 

"i 


Value. 


Av. 


Ne. 

'"5 


Value. 


Av. 


U 


Crawford 

CUrk 


6 
37 
21 
42 
35 
14 
13 
42 
79 

46 
33 
33 
55 
94 
109 
47 

223 

88 

1 

43 

17 
50 
12 
13 
70 
4 
3 
68 
43 
13 

14 
6 

12 
8 

3 
17 
61 

5 
19 
25 
33 


1298 
2,372 
1,705 
2.165 
1,857 
534 
660 
3,015 
5,485 

2,010 
2,782 
1,502 
4. 134 
6,345 
6,216 
3,399 

6,198 

4,055 

100 

3,258 

885 

2,965 

585 

685 

3,330 

115 

170 

5,112 

1, 553 

875 

685 

170 

845 

355 

165 

740 

4,255 

240 

1,405 

1,545 

1,250 


149 67 
04 11 
81 19 
51 55 
53 05 
38 14 
43 08 

71 79 
69 43 

43 70 
84 30 

45 51 
75 16 
67 45 
57 03 

72 32 

27 78 

46 06 


•150 
175 


•8756 


•875 
504 


•ioi 66 




Cvmberlaiid 






Bdfar 


2 


52 


20 00 










Sffinirh^ 










JMpvr 
















LawnMice 1 
















HoDltrieu 


1 
3 


1,000 
350 


iihw 


'12 








Shelby 


1,842 


153 50 


16 


Bond 






Clay 


11 
1 
1 


475 

48 

144 


43 18 










Clinton 


1 
2 


""i.'aoo 

316 






Farette 


158 00 




Marion 

Montgomery.... » 

Waftbington 






























17 




• • a ■ 


1,162 






90 






If «<i^f^n 










Monroe - 
















St Clair 


75 77 

52 06 
50 39 
48 75 
52 69 

47 57 
28 75 
56 67 
75 18 

36 11 
67 31 

48 93 
28 33 
70 42 
44 37 
55 00 
43 53 
69 75 
48 00 
74 00 
61 80 

37 88 


1 


1,000 




3 


4.600 


1 533 33 


18 


Al<»Tao«lflr . , 






JackflAn ......r-....r 


1 

1 

.... 

1 


200 

30 

3,520 

584 
500 












Johnaon .....-- 












Massao 






'Tin 






Perry 


" 6 7 Qjn 


1,207 17 




Pope.. .- .- - 




., ^.^ 




Paiaaki 












Kandolph , 

Uniun 

WUtiamaon 


7 

1 


3,570 
100 


510 00 


2 


1,297 


648 50 






4 

1 


1,027 
300 


256 75 


19 




• 








Franklin 












<f illatin ... 


1 
3 


1,000 
1,300 












Hamilton 


432 33 




















JttfferMm .m.> 


• 

1 


172 
1,050 


28 67 


"ii 


624 


56 73 




Saline 












Wabaah 


1 


300 
225 












Wa mo 












White 












Totals 


81 






131 








13,211 


1796.268 


160 42 


•74,607 


921 07 


•102.045 


•778 96 



[2241 



112 



I 



1 

3 



8 



9 



10 



11 



IS 



13 



14 



Aa^enMiit— Oontinaed. 



Coinram. 



<Cook.... 
DnPage. 
Lake — 






Boone 

DeKiJb.... 

Eaoe 

McHenry . . 
Winnebage 



CarroU 

Jo Davieas . 

Ogle 

StephenBon 
Wbiteaide. 



BureaH 

Henry 

Lee 

Pntnam 

Book Island. 



Grundy , 
Kendall. 
LaSalle. 
Will.... 



Ford 

Iroqaois . . . 
Kankakee.. 
Livingston. 
MaTOhall... 
Woodford.. 



Fulton. 
Knox . . 
Peoria. 
Stark .. 



Hancock — 
Henderson .. 
McDouough 

Mercer 

Schuyler 

Warren 



Adams 

City of Quincy 

Brown 

Calhoun 

Greene 

Jersey 

Pike. 



Cass 

Christian . 
Menard ... 
Morgan . . , 
Sangamon 
Boott 



DeWItt.. 
Logan. .. 
MMon. .. 
McLean . 
Tasevell 



Champaign 

Coles 

Douglas ... 

Maecm 

Piatt 

Tennlllon . 



PAnorr BiOHTH. 



Kg. 



3 
10 



10 



Yalae. 



•^510 



S5 



18 
1,380 



.185 

1,040 

%il 

3i» 

90 
75 



35 
845 



890 

1,950 

100 

181 

189 

100 

1,536 



1,000 

9,395 
100 
ISO 
850 

5,384 



1,368 

105 

35 

1,000 

SOO 

1,800 

50 

5 



1,155 

9S0 
365 



510 



50 

70 
340 



50 

379 
380 
550 

1,360 
15 

1,640 



At. 



•95 00 
83 33 



18 00 
1 00 



395 00 
173 33 



169 50 



81 66 



110 00 

"iooo 

45 95 
91 00 



199 00 
'56666 



195 00 
538 40 



456 00 
52 50 



SnAMBOAiB, Saildto 

YKSaBX^ BTC. 



Ko. 



480 



14 
3 
7 



3 
3 

71 



18 
13 



15 



950 00 



36 66 
191 66 



170 00 



35 00 
815 00 



93 00 

95 00 

275 00 



750 
164 00 



19 



11 
4 



Value. 



0695.585 



1,000 



450 

1,015 
950 
919 



9,315 

150 
87 



9,365 
5.685 

5,400 



11,303 
7,195 



95 



97 



6,860 



3,195 
10 



11,060 
800 



15 
8,400 



At. 



01,41900 



500 00 



39 15 
338 33 



31 98 



ISO 00 
19 33 



788 33 
1.895 00 

708 40 



697 94 
5a 06 



457 33 



399 77 
10 00 



1,389 SO 
160 00 



9,960 



10,081 
1,355 

1.3S5 



9,165 



15 00 
800 00 



188 33 



123 18 
338 75 



54195 



Total TBlne 
of eMiime> 
rated pro- 
perty. 



13,195,688 

1,100,998 

767,579 

977,989 
9,371,803 
9,006.390 
1. 363, 125 
1,907,053 

805,088 
1, 316, 919 
9,459,277 
1,890.004 
9,097,877 

995,154 

9,939.588 

1,949,883 

496,159 

988; 818 

768,150 
1,133,375 
4,100.847 
1,790,667 

979,786 
9, 144, 761 

908,509 
9,780,880 
1,107,993 
1,899,701 

9,790,394 
3,036,678 
1,857,871 
1, 114, 538 

9,035.987 
853.114 

9,973,709 

1,468,604 
939,307 

1,729,999 

9.055.817 
306,258 
777,908 
991.878 
493,735 
545,994 

1, 970, 867 

769,791 
1,899,499 
1,944,398 
1,099,634 
3,775,904 

339,336 

1,976.058 
9,394,980 
843,095 
4,097,565 
1,832,130 

9,601,971 
1. 531, CT4 
1,919,194 
9.064.009 
1,009,399 
8,643,598 



Merohaii- 
diae. 



18,789,851 

170,337 

78,440 

175,569 
353,505 
831,798 
398,689 
858,398 

188,971 
447,000 
363,432 
701,821 
416,8S>5 

113,908 
478,846 
319,038 
55.071 
461,549 

918.636 

153,997 

1,476,683 

553.919 

4!rr,373 
351,161 
147,999 
537,789 
236.891 
364,649 

601,999 

646,768 

1,673,904 

184.649 

310.JB91 
71. 119 

396,015 

837,655 
94.554 

376,123 

186,369 
l,a31,450 

150.536 
34.710 
64.995 

147,359 

417,864 

803,380 
483,336 
800,535 
396,826 
1,063,761 
70,410 

180, 88B 
371.783 
890,958 
l,6S7,88i 
533.089 

708,319 
488,918 
884, 769 
700,688 
140.449 
487, 0» 



113 



[2251 








Statement — Oon tinned. 








i 


COUXTU. 


Paixht Biohtb. 


SlBAKBOATB, SAIUKO 

Yessbls, BTC. 


Total ralne 
of enume- 
rated pro- 
perty. 


Meroluui> 


m 
• 


No. 


Value. 


Av. 


No. 


Yalne. 


Av. 


diae. 


15 


GHtwroTu •..••..••••••........ 






ISO 
110 


"iie'ss 


•723,991 
328.399 
453,279 

1, 374. 521 
.518, 490 
466,224 
388,833 
881, 157 

1,945,453 

554,185 
855,900 
897,991 

1,155,796 
965,544 

1,057,504 
501, 181 

1, 116, 440 

1,350,480 

386,677 

1,529,187 

264,901 
515, 649 
269,922 
293, 717 
425,236 
227,813 
14.\ 033 
791,954 
412,564 
458,475 

380,t-62 
323,548 
345,696 
293, 6ri8 
189.543 
906,904 
618, 041 
317,380 
415. 109 
790,340 
402,726 


•109, 475 




CI«-k 


1 
1 


•50 
10 




6 


121.897 




<*|iin)i^rlMl4. . 


36,415 




Krlg^ -, „.-.--, 










217, 545 




Kfitnghftin 


5 
3 


305 
35 


161 00 
11 66 








rj,615 




jMp«r 








20,253 




lAMfivnce , 


1 


30 


30 00 


36,065 




Monltrie 


2 
2 


35 
150 


17 50 
75 00 


116, 595 




Sh«lby 








294,798 


16 


Bond 








82,910 




CUy 


5 

7 
2 
3 


275 
187 
195 
275 


55 00 
26 71 
97 50 

91 67 








198, 784 




Clluton 


3 


19 


6 33 


162,020 




J^vette 


206,810 




Marion 








242,556 




Monuromenr 


1 






264, 871 




wMiiixigtfni 














139,065 


17 


Maeoiitrfii 




553 










188,188 




"Madiaon 






8 


43,350 


5, 818 75 


364.589 












69, 575 




St. Clair 


2 

1 


2,020 
500 


i,'6i6"66 

500 00 


13 

30 


"91,650 
92,096 


7, 050 00 
1.736 60 


494,085 


18 


Al«T;itt»«lf«' , 


185^963 




119, 927 




Johamm 














25,772 




If SMWO ■ 


1 
1 


50 

70 




17 


6,662 


391 88 


60,010 
134.639 




Perry 




~ ^ .--.-.-.....-.........,. 




7 

7 

16 

3 


3,255 

590 

16. 195 

9,570 


465 00 

84 29 

1,012 19 

856 66 


23,505 




PiOiuild 








37,390 




Ruid4>lpli. ,.^. 


1 
2 

1 


30 

125 
25 


'"ii'so 


251,584 




Union 


81,rJ5 






50,133 


^ 










•••••••• 


47,355 




Franklin 


1 


20 










18,756 




Gallatin 




29 


19,100 


658 62 


100. 15 1 




Hamfltm 








35, 931 












9 


1,910 


212 22 


31,45»» 




Jelforeon 


4 

1 
2 

1 


132 
25 
75 

10 


33 00 


73, 340 












154, 995 




^tB\\n^ 


37 50 






^ 


29,287 






4 


180 


45 00 


94,635 




I^avna 


79,899 












7 
802 


iio 


101 43 


115,952 






150 










•36,421 


1342 81 


1,012,986 


•1,96307 


•127.588,464 


•30,578,786 









VoL 1—16 



[226] 



114 



Statement — Continued. 






Counties^ 



li (CoQk ... 
2, <DuPage. 
3; (Lako... 



4.Uoono 

DcKalb.... 

ICuiio 

McHenry. . 
Winucbago 



6 



8 



9 



11 



19 



U 



Carroll ... 
Jo Daviess. 

Ogle 

StephenRon 
Wbiteftide . 



Bureau 

ITeiiry 

Leo 

Pntuam — 
Rock Itilaud. 



7 Gnindv. 
KeiitUU. 
LaS&lle. 
Will.... 



Ford 

Iroquois ... 
KADkRkee . 
Livingston. 
Marshall .. 
Woodford.. 



FnltoiL. 
Knox . . 
Peoila . 
Stark.. 



10 Hancock 

Henderson... 
McDouoagh 

Mercer 

Schuyler. . . . 
Warren 



Adams 

City of Quincy 

Brown 

Calhoun 

Greene 

Jersey 

Pike 



Cass 

Christian.. 
Menard ... 
Morton . . . 
San«:amon 
Scutt 



DoWitt.. 
Logan.. . 
Mason ... 
McLean.. 
Tazewell. 



14 Champaign. 

Coles 

Donglfls 

Macon 

Piatt 

Vermilion.. 



Material 
and man- 
nfactured 

articles. 



$756, 459 

50.909 

8,440 

fi,878 
l.'iC.a?! 
63:1, 197 

7,134 
438, 347 

6,913 

49, 940 

18,343 

59,443 

110, 361 

14. 116 

19,541 

58.037 

1,959 

277,031 

13.260 

11.4a7 

S94, 162 

302,490 

7.840 
9,604 
12. 074 
28,477 
29. 743 
12,870 

63.226 
119.397 
129. 447 

7,568 

32. 438 

2.825 

3.'), 057 

13,758 

4.294 

5.935 

17.082 

192. 297 

7,948 

75 

6,225 

StO 

42,067 

13,935 
18, 812 

5,835 

21.881 

206.548 

5,650 

4,295 
46, 445 

7,741 
67,858 
41, 499 

13. 019 
36,921 

8.691 
58.122 

5.017 
53,277 



Mannf. 

tools, ini- 
pleuients 
and ma- 
chinery. 



Agricnl. 
tools, im- 
plements 
and ma- 
chinery. 



$340,663 

30, 4.~>4 

3, 098 

4,082 

30. erti 

349, 713 

7, 495 
140, -lUci 

5,022 
15, 715 
16.276 
29,393 
71, 43T 

7,804 
11, 704 1 
25. 512 1 

4.494 
46,870 

8, 140 ; 

17, 7-21 , 
154.015 
50,596 

5,579 
10,024 

2,158 
16, 731 
28,332 
12, 614 

65,975 

53,271 

90, 961 

7,390 

14, 047 
1,882 

13, 370 
8,034 
4,890 
6,261 

20,446 

82, 945 

7, 663 

100 

t>S5 

3,340 

19,539 

8,227 
21. 793 
2,540, 
5,H.i5, 
181.174! 
1,075 

3.592 
13, 997 
17,5421 



39,907 
29,616 

(•,898; 

66, i:i3l 

2.451 

52, 517 



$110,816 
77, 679 
38,025 

79,145 

163. 749 

94, 295 

84,028 

130, 918 

43,378 

98,171 

304,853, 

225,336; 

139, 976 j 

49, 520 1 
132, 274 
98, 821 
30.677 
37,753 

33,324 

73, 2:19 

243,311 

83, 172 

105,673 
156, 082 

60,514 
210. 881 

69, 631 
125, 92<2 

172,627 

170, 076 

119. 779 

83,746 

125,867 
5;i,825 

115.090 
80, 932 
57.648 

104, 037 

164, 858 
3:)0| 
54.066 
29,043' 
30,4151 
40.608 

144,135 

28,247; 
127.179' 

45,690' 

36, 465 
]49,2<I6 

16,548 

63. 027 

1:)5, 165 

70, iiii 



Gold & 


Dia- 


silver 


monds 


plate & 


and 


plated 


jewelry 


ware. 




$27,763 


$15, 6:19 


3,019 


1,575 


977 


510 


3,454 


932 


4,151 


27H 


6,229 


6.800 


()4e 


250 


14,284 


4,225 


227 


50 


3,079 


2.56 


8,884 


358 


2,100 


985, 


2,047 

r>9 « 


300 



Moneys 
of ban k, 
banker, 
broker, 
etc. 



Credit-* 
of biink. 
banker, 
broker. 
etc. 



$229, 185 $12K. (t\Z 



811 
700 

2,886 
45 

2,770 

1,097J 
3,057 
5,450 
1,847 

1,105 
92:i 
145 
1,318 
1, 04-J 
1,669 

3,411 
5.093 

5,838 
1,045 

1,141 
113 
.550 
145 

1.338 
4f5 



9, 298 1 148,879 



183, 673 
91.602 
81.948 

137. 506 
74, 707 

130, 4v7 



257 

1,117 

100 

16,661 



1,314 
3. 008 
1,C03 



1,013 

6,022 

3,897 

160 

7,070 

:a\ 

2,3^ 



70 

729 

30 

1,025 

6.10 

286 

2,260 

250 

6.51 
1,126 
506 
842 
100 
106 

1,647 

315 

3, 795 

170 



20 

1, 052 

35 

14.' 307 
163 

334 

1,815 

622 



296 

2,333 
2, 1.58 

453 
5,478 

120 
1,555 



6,758 


»,li50 


9,325 




9.695 


la. 949 


30. 241 


:i. .-UH) 


41, HM 


3:., 544 


28.rM>9 


4, :.f.4 


9.781 


32.073 




IG. 170 



5,700 

51,t#6 

3,5t>5 

4.946 
17.700 
10. 577 i 



9.297 
46,812 
8,535 
5.70O 
5,644 
26, 212 



47.965 

15,811 

131. 167 

lt<,5iil 



12, 511 




8,600 

4. 39-i 

113.409 

22,238 
13-A 410 
5!*, 795 
67. 264 
96.250 



16, 


170 




0.54 


31. 


421 


3.117 


r.. 


f^W 


21. 


i?76 


n. 


575 




145 


10,500 



13, 715 



4. 403 1 21,793 

5,945 1,724 

40,268 80.836 

86, 179 3:i, OOU 

6,962 
22,502 

500 
2.261 

' 3,ii8 

40.943 
lie*. 299 
27.764 
10,870 

3.017 
1.525 
7.179 
8,102 
S.2&2 
74, t^ 

15. 144 
1(4) 
450 
500 



n.413 

38,428 
C4,30l 

4,".. swm 

a3.278 

186.224 

3, 5.50 



8. 001 39. 37*» 
37.215 13.SI5G 



25,913 



66,171 

64,198 
1,2:14 
1.061 
14 081 
31. 546 
63,688 



a, M2 



19,u9^ 

55..5«> 
10.099 
247 
35. CO^ 
10.432 
^H).ai2 



115 



[227 ] 



Statement — GontiDned. 



S 

se 



Coinrnss. 



UlCnwford 

jCterk 

Cumberland.. 

KAfKt 

KItinghflm ... 

! Jasper 

Lawrenco — 

Honltrie. 

Shelby 



16 



17 



Bond 

Clay 

Clinton 

Fayotte 

Marion 

Man t^ni ery 
VTaaMngtou . 



MaeoDpin. 
Madltfon . . 
llonnie . . . 
St. Clair . . 



18, Alexander. 
IJacknon... 
JobDMon.. . 
Masaac ... 

Perry 

Pope . 

PuLuiki 

Kandolph 

Union. 

WiUbuuMm 



I9Kdwarda. 

Franklin. 

OalUUn .. 

flaoiilton 

Hardin .. 
jJefleraoo. 
I Richland. 

ItUintt 

jWabaih.. 
1 Wayne. -- 

White... 



TotaU 



Material Mannf. 

and man- 1 tools, im- 

nfact tired plementH 



articles. 



13.538 
5,422 
1.012 

17,487 
i2, 293 
6, .{11 
2,931 

13.567 

14, 718 

4,375 
5,304 
15,075 
18. 197 
12.179 
82.100 
9,6GU 

18.310 

60,768 

9,750 

178,850 

14,926 

16,919 

HOrt 

9,115 

3.775 

78:< 

17. 548 

21. d8ii 

5, 788 

1,045 

5,035 

695 

3,655 

2,895 

925 

10.549 
5.203 
1.340 

17,633 
1.439 

17. 575 



#5,284.381 



and ma- 
chinery. 



•8.048 
19,697 
4,326 
7,418 
3.311 
2,934 
2,296 
4,257 
6,494 

6.095 
14.028 

7,101 
11, bOl 

5.823 
10. 497 

2,780 

10. 716 

45,632 

1, 843 

89,016 

11.204 
12,965 

865 

16. :«i9 
7,653 
2,106 
10. 547 
17,380 
9,715 
7,250 

'5,440 

b,245 
12,010 

4, 490 
10.285 
13, 0:i5 
19,185 

6,498 
20.074 

7.968 
11,278 



12,793,657 



AfcricnL 
tools, im- 
plements 
and ma- 
chinery. 



$66,227 
42,971 
33.873 
62,228 
39,256 
31, o:)5 
36,348 
61,900 

147, 975 

28.470 
62, 752 
99.268 
87.114 
59,851 
75, 401 
49, 915 

60,&'57 
132,043 

49,300 
172, 692 

7,599 
36,108 
13,124 
20,901 
34, 9'JO 
9,9:U3 
5,273 
99,259 
20.037 
20,538 

30.984 
10,422 
14,855 
12,261 
9, 305 
30,791 
45,668 
14,349 
46,303 
44, 818 
25,340 



18, 022, 439 



Gold &, 
silver 

plate Si. 
plated 
wore. 



•260 
612 
131 
972 

48 



267 
320 
829 



621 

1.034 

1,117 

630 

769 

35 

1,401 

2,398 

20 

810 

928 
216 



53 
461 



105 
731 
618 



65 

20 

460 

965 



Dia- 
monds 
and 
jewelry 



004 
585: 

20| 
831 

25 
216 



•SO 

514 

300 

53 

105 

82 

15 

960 

395 



Moneys 
of bank, 
banker, 
broker, 
etc. 



•16, 300 



2,044 

3.3,975 

6,30« 



800 
498 
176 
:i45 
267 
15 

39 
545 
200 
450 

960 
171 



203 
75 
10 



454 
65 



17 



510 
45 



51 



10 
355 
100 

10! 



15,274 
119, 137 

77,440 
23,098 

""i.'eoo 

15,680 

43,248 

300 

16,780 
148,200 



Credits 

of luuik, 

banker, 

broker, 

etc 



•5, IXi 
3.585 
1.500 

10.430 
25 



195, 078 

1,000 
8,600 



8,789 

2,660 

400 



7,675 
14,290 



250 
1,895 



6,160 



60 
2,270 



18,295 
5,000 



•191,3101 •86,498 •2,797,921 



900 
13,185 
85,210 

5,195 

4,779 
16,985 

1,881 
32.289 

7, 1P2 
450 

15, 1.36 
8,210 



115,168 

4, 4.^0 
5,175 



700 

100 

1,000 

13. 9K) 

2, 210 



64 



1,099 



300 

:uo 



8.127 

10. 7.% 

1,626,745 



I 



[228] 



116 



Statement — GoDtinaed. 



i 



1 

8 
3 



6 



8 



10 



11 



IS 



13 



14 



Couimis. 



( Cook . . . 
DuPoge 
Lake 






Boone 

DeBjdb..... 

Kane , 

McHenry. . 
Winnebago 



Carroll 

JoDayieos . 

Ogle 

Stephenson 
Whiteside . 



Barean 

Henry 

Ltte 

Putnam 

Bock Island. 



Grundy . 
Kendall , 
LaSaUe 
Will.... 



Ford 

Iroquois . . . 
Kankakee . 
Livingston , 
Marshall... 
Woodford.. 



Fulton. 
Knox . . 
Peoria . 
Stark. . 



Hancock.... 
Henderson . . 
McDonough 

Mercer 

Schuyler 

Warren 



Adams 

City of Qninoy 

Brown 

Calhoun 

Greene 

Jersey 

Pike 



Cass 

Christian . 
Menard . . . 
Moi^an . . . 
Sangamon. 
Scott 



DeWitt.. 
Logan ... 
Mason . . . 
McLean . 
Tazewell 



Champaign 

Coles 

Douglas . . . 

Macon 

Piatt 

Vermilion . 



Moneys 
of other 

than 
hanker, 

etc. 



I9S0, 24-2 

71,3«7 

S17, 493 

97,207 

90,405 

245,775 

657,533 

283,601 

120,202 

187,801 
119,602 
294,537 
101, 142 

85.472 
233.906 
229,320 

41. 598 
239,491 

80,604 
145, 1(?9 
307, 582 
285,641 

41 525 
145) 414 

36,250 
135,458 

93, 436 
127, 579 

1,048,622 
967,950 
537.564 
194,599 

34^ 116 
103,271 
346, 871 
116,971 
60,439 
71,102 

531,665 

293, 072 

132, 381 

8.470 

24. 305 

65.250 

354,180 

2.50. 055 
210, 641 
31. 510 
1,960 
791,505 
149, 195 

87,431 

180.565 

50,879 



304,552 

232,597 

186.133 
58,207 

244, 269 
44. 887 

130, 704 



«f«> 



Credits of I 

other than Bonds and 



banker, 
etc. 



$455, 585 
4-29. 792 
144, 294 

550,661 
717,661 

1, 572, 798 
491.890 

1, 572, 747 

142,431 
391. 100 
871,980 
651, 759 
415,099 

160,903 
967,837 
400,117 
121,809 
197, 973 

in, 263 

379,811 

1, 980, 083 

292,039 

54,261 
219, 443 

50.766 
354,817 
149. 072 
480.273 

1, 016. 188 
542, 190 
594,751 
295, 113 

393. 239 1 
95,8391 
431.756 
310, 985 
299,161 
551, 878 

354.746 
38,410 

235.505 
92,062 

145, 700 i 

285,155' 
1,106,074 

116. 618 
413.405 
623,866 
920,198 
1.785.337 



176,637 
608,532 
177.904 
1, 995. 613 
414,385 

325.203 
320. 348 
151. 366: 
G66.223I 
85,046 
906,351 



Stocks. 



Shares of 
cap. stock 
of comp's 
not of this 
state. 



170. 475 

8. 275 

29,430 

19,200 

11,300 

114. 2i:{ 

2,820 

40,375 

3,188 
2,656 
12,286 
4,320 
7,850 

3,467 

39.325 

23,809 

660 

43,600 

500 

1.000 

140,583 

213, 660 

1,500 
43,0501 

"'57,' 295 
5.235 
3,187 

12,005 

33.215 

112,950 

4.662 

24,245 

2,332 

249, 290 

14, 9o9 
115.210 
233,950 

1, 348 
51.095; 
32' 



2.500 

3,750 

49,040 

9,095 
31,271 
37,700 

6,850 
88,201 

4,700 

1,123 

3,240 

3.039 

74.000 

113,800 

3.540 
3,930 

190 
38, &-.■> 

9.'i6 
8,870 



$51,095 

40C 

90 

20,595 



450 



1,545 



585 
5 

700 
1,800 

15 



4,700 

9,250 

500 



100 
900 



6,565 

415 

4.660 



95 



8,218 



7,550 



1,000 



2,345 



300 
32,000 

45 



250 
'2,060 



334 

14,200 
400 
200 



Pawn 



Pawn vi"'«pv- ;i»oifcjr V* 

WkJr. rations ; saloons 

pro- »•* before' and eav 



pro- 
perty. 



10,575 



400 



63 



ProjMjrty 1 Pro- 
of corpo- iperiyof 



enumera- 
ted. 



ing 
bouaea. 



|a,375Jn6,928 

I 1,453 

600 995 



7,500 
200 

6,365 

15,600 

905 

900 

34,550 

3,499 



4,000 
90 



53,505 
3,000 



15 



90 



30 



3,465 



1,570 



50 



10. 445 
64,130 

300 

3,943 

40 

50 

3:10 



14,802 
37,737 



200 
126 
975 



15,000 

4.474 

143,060 



1,321 

"i,*766 



3,100 



8,810 

4.680 

10,000 



995 

5,891 
8,520 



8,365 



1,035 
1,240 
6,600 
ISS 
1,450 

905 



330 
S,130 
3. 450 

140 
9.450 

175 

15 

7,455 

3.9S5 

900 

30.431 

11,915 

010 
1,3SS 
1.405 
4,906 
9,019 
3,450 

4,900 

5,961 

17,090 



a. 077 
150 

S.2S4 
390 



445 

009 

11.8X3 

1,910 



790 
9.505 
1,800 

1,010 
9.300 
1,005 
1,495 
0,370 
310 

005 
S.07S 
1,085 



3,605 

4.190 
9,413 
90 
1.0t« 
675 
3,360 



117 



[229] 



StatemeiUr-OonUnned. 



t 



u 



K 



Couxma. 



Cnwfocd... 

Clark 

Camberijui4. 
Sdgar 

JMfMT 

Lawranoe. .. 
Moultrie... 
Shelby 



BoBd 

CUy 

Cliatoa 

Fkyelto 

Minon 

'M.ontfttnattcy. 
Waahingtoa . 



n 



Madkon.. 
Monroe .. 
St ClAir .. 



18 Al^^*«il*- 

Jwdkaaa ... 
iohuaon ... 



Perry . . . 
Pope. . ... 
PaLuU. 
Bendolph 
Uaion . . . 
WUUa 



Sdwardfl 

Fruiklin 

(veUaOn 

Hamili OB *. 

Hanttn 



Rkhluid 
Sdiioe ... 
\V»be«li 
Veyae .. 
White... 



ToUle 



licmeya 
of other 

than 
hauker, 

etc. 



156,075 
64,850 
63,154 

3:26,558 
80,50ti 
31,038 
40. 80A 

196,675 

903,216 

64, 710 
92,040 
44,51S6 
76.311 
133, 704 
197, 875 
11,466 

151, 499 
146,612 
113, 440 
919,600 

14.403 

33,9U9 

5,759 

99,995 

41, 474 

5.205 

3.935 

914.053 

104, tea 

16.40T 

49,051 

9,705 
4,007 



Credits of 

other than 

banker, 

etc. 



50,674 
6,369 
2,719 
40.849 
49, 30J 
27.9913 



1969.023 

110,947 

9.945 

12;2.609 

15,489 

29,363 

22,570 

109,291 

423,668 

63,405 
14.1, ."iO? 
441,308 
198,901 
104,917 
' 64,652 
111,537 

270,367 

437,131 

44, MO 

532,468 

S.009 
76.345 
31,446 
76.113 
149,239 
13,640 

6, 575 

465,245 

44.143 

13.965 

358,650 
33,911 
82. 37:> 
15.043 
67,895 
79,090 

263, 616 
13, 842 

230.:i85 
97. 745 
85.233 



$16, rJ4, 886 



135,817,524 



Bonds and 
stocks. 



$600 

13,860 

60 

30 

1.000 

4,660 



150 

750 



166 

90 

1,686 

110, 872 



35,929 
2,900 



56,490 

2,074 
5,7j0 
459 
6.302 
9,907 
2,0011 
4.180; 
28.138 
7.893 
5,0:i6 

1.530 
1,500 



Shares of 
cap. stock 
of coinp's 
notoftnU 
state. 



435 



72,500 

14U 

6,489 

1,400 



2,730 



5,000 



1,770 
75 



390 
7,701 
56, 
800 



300 



Pawn- 
brokezv 
pro- 
perty. 



25 



$2,545,010 



$252,881 



$70,657 



Property 
of corpo- 
rations 
not before 
enumera- 
ted. 



$400 
"425 



10,600 
"lOO 



1,350 

41,280 
4,415 

9,310 



Pro- 
perty of 
saloons 
and eat- 

iuK 
houses. 



4.550 
150,300 



30,590 
125 



415 



$677,137 



$130 
1,:»0 

" ' " 858 
130 

:t:iO 

1,320 
400 

215 
1.000 
4, 4i»3 
3, i\r»o 
4. 130 
4,190 

2, yio 

1. 0.')0 

4,801 

1.391 

27,869 

4.840 

1,711 

:!40 



2.413 



:if.o 

2, 525 

l,:t40 

100 



450 
90 



110 

20 

25 

1. 5:<0 

50 

.\8U 

$418 U38 



[230] 



118 



Statement — ^Coutinued. 



21 

S 



6 



8 







10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



COUKTISS. 



(Cook.... 
DtiPage 
Lake ... 



i 



Boone. 

D^iKalb. ... 

£»iie 

McHenry .. 
Wiuuebago. 



Carroll 

JoDavieas . 

Ojjle 

Stophenson. 
Whiteside . 



Bureau ..... 
Heury 

Putnam 

Kocklaland. 



Gruudv. 
Keiidall. 
LuSaUe . 
WiU ... 



Ford 

Iroquois . . . 
Kaukakee . 
Livingston. 
Marshall .. 
Woodford. . 



FtlltOD 

Knox . . 
Pooria. 
St«rk.. 



IFancock 

Henderson .. 
McDouoagh. 

Mercer 

Schuyler ... 
Warren. ... 



Adams 

City of Quincy 

Brown 

Calhoun 

Ureene 

Jersey 

Pike 



Cnss 

Christian . 
Menard... 
Morgan .-. 
&iugamon 
Suutt 



DeWitt. 

[jogan 

Mason ... 
McLean.. 
Tazewell 



Champaign 

Coles 

Douglas 

Macon 

Piatt 

Vermilion • 



llnvestin'ts 
House- I in real es- 
hold and tate and 
ofiice pro-' iuiprove- 



pcrty. 



$2, 166. lin 

lfil.ri96 

05,204 

104, 339 
194. 244 
417.113 
121. 9jn 
4B8, 461 

75, 19.-» 
174, »5G 
311.590 
315. 36:{ 

268, »89 

91,323 
20rt, 579 
232, (;50 

46,778 
209.731 

64,841 
105, 375 
521. 81tt 
258,418 

82 713 
182,287 

69, 113 
268.762 
114»67» 
lb4, 183 

434, 683 
477,382 
475, 705 
127, 147 

258, 576 
74, 476 
2U4, 747 
127, 828 
111,090 
194, 022 

256. 620 

350. i-9C 

131, 538 

27, 3:*5 

52, 090 

92,038 

305.175 

86,997 
194,797 
104, 765 
125,309 
607,451' 

50, 171 

133, 444 
261,438 
148, 031 



meuts 
thereon. 

$42. 595 

2,370 

100 



450 
3,370 
1.950 
5,475 

396 

9,234 

2.789 

22,565 

165 

950 

16,173 



331,781 

370,310 
2:)9,467 
!.')», 611 
332. 116 
84 279 
350,187 



Shares of 
stock state 
and nation- 
al banks. 



300 

1.610 

5, 770 

29,500 

4,146 
2,415 
3, 624 
8,000 
r., 005 
1,500 

52,506 

6, 453 

250 

345 

6.002 
1,471 
1,079 
1.740 

877 
100 

83.723 
3.790 
450 
6, 823 
45 
1.200 
2,304 

475 

43, aV2 

8ti5 

750 

6,340 



14, 293, 332 

16,232 

97, 494 

45,000 

7J0. 650 

120,000 

428,000 

110,000 
357,400 
163. .')00 
200,000 
181,000 

35,021 
208, 750 
200,000 



5,64C 
1.2l»5 
8,200 



740 

94. 872 

5,487 

21, 903 

22,530 

525 

9.898 



381 000 
135.000 



474.500 
87,000 

50.000 

io.oob 

97,0U0 
90,000 



136. 250 
427, 180 
500.000 



175.000 



50,000 



303.100 



189,118 
150.000 



400,000 

700, 25» 

60,b72 

48,600 

"30,060 



All other 


Total TRino 

of unenu- 

inerated 


Total value 


personal 


of persional 


property. 


property. 


propeity. 


111,072.241 


f29. 657. 848 


$32,783,538 


26,941 


. 1. 0.V.. 7:15 


2. 156, 033 




€42,653 
1, 359. 942 


1,430,S3S 
2.337.224 


104, 717 


281,491 


2. 083. 9:{8 


4. 455, 741 


136, 967 


5, 22:1, 8;i4 


7, 230. 224 


26, 865 


1, 961, 877 


3.525.002 


142, 085 


4,556,623 


6. 463, 676 


53, 578 


696, 121 


1.501,a» 


15, 739 


1. 791, 355 


3, 107. .774 


484, 024 


2, 5j?0. 963 


5.0:<3.240 


2.Vi, 1 12 


2. Wl, IKJ 


4. 741. 167 


173, 013 


1,954,681 


3,9<<2,558 


14. r.92 


591,289 


1,516.443 


270. 6!H 


1, !H)7. 657 


4,. 140, 245 


i;i9. 269 


1, 175. &»8 


3,718.570 


112.268 


41.5.569 


911,728 


33,481 


1. 969. 908 


2,95^720 


33.752 


798,798 


1.566.948 


2118, £92 


1.210 00.1 


2.343.378 


1» 246. 607 


1, 087. 577 


11,186.424 


153,135 


2, 439, 751 


4,230,418 


147. 116 


957.008 


1,999,794 


257.228 


1,451.6:19 


3,596.400 


37, 7i)U 


450. 430 


1,358,939 


964. 243 


2,6«4,023 


5,464.903 


272, 798 


1,103,865 


2,211,158 


316, 421 


1,663.837 


2,!»63.538 


306,284 


4. 015, 149 


6,805,513 


400.955 


3, 925. '^a 


6,962.211 


3:»,410 


4, 796. 717 


6. 654. 588 


284,520 


1, 226. 450 


2,340,988 


342. 081 


2, 047, 627 


4,082.894 


13^. 503 


547, 450 


1,400,564 


241.571 


2,139,319 


4,413,028 


l:)8. 400 


1. 120, D86 


2,:i«>.a» 


28. 404 


780, 512 


1,712, 819 


160. 973 


1, 90i», 713 


3,625,712 


5:1, 9»1 


1. 633, 641 


3,688,898 


33, 652 


2, 643. r.65 


S,951.8» 


6K.467 


788. 912 


l.S6fi.i90 


8, 525 


208.363 


500,241 


14.120 


350, 475 


844,200 


30,469 


683.815 


1,229.739 


293 


2, 756, 707 


4,727,574 



•5.000 

:r?6, 670 

113.000 



98,094 



4.235 

334,906 

146, 875 

Mi 348 

411,9:i6 

«,343 

S06. 815 
5M. 102 
i:i5,288 
1. 998, 905 
(klQ, 194 

408,954 
131, :I97 
167,681 

443. on 

153, 046 
857,354 



934,5:td 
2, 020, 372 
1,311.(161; 
2. 04.1. 779 
6,317.426! 

390. 9<S1 

970.585 
2.219.911 
1,002.743 
5, 794, 198 
8,322,518 

2,471.ra9 
1. 952. 94D 

915.608 
8, 7S7, mi 

634. 46* 
8,585,648 



1,104.3^9 
3,84.«),864 
2.555,459 
3.145.413 
10.092.630 
723.393 

3, 246. 643 
4^644,891 

l.N.\83i* 
9.891,763 
4,154.648 

5.079,143 
3,484,514 

2.187.802 
4.8.'51.9» 
1.6!«,7<« 
5^239.170 



119 
Statement — Oontitmed. 



[231] 



COL'XTUES. 



ia Crawfonl . . . 

Clark 

C umber buid 

Edgar 

Elbngham .. 

Jm»pvT 

Lmwitjico 

MouUi-io 

.Slielby 

IC Bond 

Clay 

Cliiitiuia 

Kayettt) 

MaHou 

Moutgouiery 
Wanhiogton 

,. MACODpiu .. 

*' itaduoD... 

UoDroe 

SUCIair .... 

|. Aiexiiiidcr . . 

Jnckiiou 

•f olinHon 

Ma.<viac 

Perry 

I'ope 

Pnlamkl 

Kandolpli . . . 

Union 

WiUiamaoQ. 

Iji Eiliranbi 

Knmklin 

GaliaUo ... 
HainlltuB ■ . . 

Hardin 

JeffenoB 

BichUnd 

Saline 

Wftbaah. ... 

Wavnc! 

While 

Totola.. 



Honoe- 

bold and 

ofticfl pixi- 

perty. 



luvcHtm'ts 
in real es- 
tate and 
iuipruvc- 

lllflltM 

tlieret/ii. 



lia,699 
45, tW7 

1A6I7 
tiQ, 138 
AA I'M' 
(n,:M4i 
di.OOG, 

218, 167 

56.343 

li8.S»06 
135. i<20 
139. 3*^ 
188, 579 
17!l, 3litf 
9*2,446 

143, 045 

399. 1(14 

59, 877 

899,:237 

74, 143 
95, 962 
48, 6r4) 
60,HU9 
73,884 
41.968 
43.898 
153, 933 
77. 950 
65^504 

63, 303 

31, 758 
70,609 

37,:wo 
:{3,n40 

63, 340 
1/7, 031 
43,036 
93, 034 
79.6401 
50, 930 i 



Shares of 
, stock alate 
and nation- 
al baiika. 



$3,370 

1,38:1 

1,670 

11. 647 

1. 07J 



8. 035 
11, 695 



6,117 

2, 879 

36,341 

10, 735 

1,417 



1,885 

34 

400 

49. 463 

7,373 
14, 014 



3.631 
7.520 
2,645 

6,798 
5,600 
6.319 
8,364 

2,090 
3,135 



3, 534 
1,300 

100 
3,041 
1,6701 

353 



$13, 115 



358,000 
■'iiJB,'750 



All other 

peraoual 

property. 



37,700 

60 

5,287 



140,000 



450,000 



30,660 
200,000 



197 



$19,028,518 r33, 910 $13, 478, 382 



Total value 

of uueun- 

meratdd 

property. 



$15, 333 
56,133 

:n 

78, 830 

89,847 

lti,370 

6, 158 

136, 106 

139,333 

13.300 
43. 898 
64,561 
110. 13:) 
20,731 
11, 731 
11,443 

116, 085 
23,338 



155,081 

45.414 

34,413 

1.526 

28, 019 

7, 363 

1,8J6 



17,533 

12,030 

0,123 

7,493 
12. 396 
14. 145 

4,783 



5,988 

21, 763 

'395 

52,975 

10,982 

6,346 



$26,801,296 



$654,221 
553, 496 
213,433 

1, 004, 077 
336, 517 
186 388 
238, 719 
693, 831 

1, 595, 107 

404,460 

786, 714 

1, 015, 807 

1. 153, 433 

1, 005, 131 

043, 446 

437,008 

1,068,120 

1, 775, 560 

335, 943 

3,583.597 

667,586 
466, 805 
118, 456 
313, 228 
474, 975 
104, 236 
137,909 
1, 353, 396 
388. :U)3 
196, 663 

571,273 
141,976 
758,924 
124, 884 
153,300 
3rJ,56l 
850.355 
115,031 
638, 361 
379, 038 
362,390 



Total value 

ofi>enioual 

property. 



$176, 929, 876 



$1,378,212 

1, -too, 897 
(J66, 701 

2, ;n8. 598 
845, 007 
653. 613 
617,552 

1, 57i "•- 
3, 544, buu 

938, 645 
1, 643, 614 
l,9l3,79g 
2. 311, 339 
1,970,675 
2.000.950 
1,038.189 

2. 184, 560 

3, 136. 040 

743, 630 

4, 112, 784 

931,888 
983, 454 
388.378 
606. 945 
900.211 
332.039 
383. 943 
2. 144, 253 
800.880 
655,137 

951, 334 
465. 524 

1, 104, G30 
418.542 
312.743 
0:0. 465 

1. 468, :)06 
4:13. 411 

1, 043, 370 

1,178,378 
765, 016 

$304, 518, 340 



[222] 



110 



Statement — Gontinaed. 



s 

§ 

s 



COUNTIRS. 



fCook ... 

< Diil'age 
(l->ake ... 



5 



Boone 

DoKalb 

Kane 

McUttury . . 
Wiunebago 



Carroll 

JoDavieH« . 

Ogle 

Sti<pheii«oii 
Whitenide . 



6 Hureau 

Henry 

Lee..r 

Putnam 

Kook Iflland 



Gmndy. 
Kendall 
LaSalle. . 

wm.... 



9 



10 



11 



13 



13 



Ford 

Iroquois . . . 
Kankakee . 
LiviugHtou 
MurHhall . . . 
\Voo*lf(»rd . 



Fnlton 
Knox . . 
Peoria. 
Stark . . 



Hancock.... 
Henderson .. 
McDonough 

Mercer 

Schuyler . . . 
Warren. 



AdaniB 

City of Qulnoy. 

Brown 

Calhoun 

(jrreene 

Jersey 

Pike 



QiyM 

Christian.. 
Menard ... 
Morgan.. . . 
Sangamon 
Scott 



DeWitt... 
Logan . . . 
Mason . . . 
McLean .. 
TasewoU 



14 Champaign. 

Coles 

Douglas . . . 

Macon 

Piait 

YermUion... 



Hblodbonb and 
Oboanb. 



Kg. 



188 
171 
214 

174 
395 
413 
271 
436 

197 
901 
495 
392 
447 

421 
315 

388 

72 

207 

78 
193 
468 
213 

72 
153 

73 
196 
13(T 
184 

S79 
337 
353 
157 

271 
93 

224 

185 
57 

359 

374 
46 
63 
6 
53 
39 

185 



166 

58 

137 

176 

26 

73 

105 

70 



Value. 



173 

181 
93 
39 

159 
55 

100 



r7.853 
7.988 
5,895 

13,178 
29. 173 
35,003 
14,596 
30,160 

7,975 
10.962 
35,103 
38, 407 
26.588 

6.483 
16, 189 
17,827 

5,120 
10,241 

2,959 

16.720 

28,374 

8,002 

4,440 
8,885 
2,937 

12.358 
7,427 

13, 823 

21,089 
22,557 
23.089 
11,103 

16.640 
6,930 

1.% 733 

11,774 
4,067 

18,182 

19,798 
3,355 
6,060 
415 
3,085 
1,495 

14,005 

4.297 
12,637 
4,440 
5,350 
9,413 
1,498 

4.017 
7,160 
4,990 



Av. 



10,454 

12,456 
5,980 
3,335 

11,398 
3,185 

11.755 



141 77 
46 36 
27 55 

75 67 
73 85 

60 54 

53 86 
70 82 

40 48 

54 .54 

70 92 

72 46 

59 48 

15 40 
51 39 

61 90 

71 11 

49 47 

37 93 
86 66 

60 63 
37 57 

61 67 
58 07 
40 33 
63 05 
57 13 
75 12 

75 59 
66 93 
65 41 

70 72 

61 40 
75 33 
61 31 
63 64 

71 30 

70 30 

73 35 
73 93 
96 19 
69 17 
40 10 
51 55 

75 70 

63 37 

76 IS 
76 55 
.39 05 
53 48 
57 63 

55 80 

68 19 

71 38 



FKANCmBBS. 



No. 



60 78 

68 88 

64 30 
50 63 
71 69 
57 91 
73 47 



Yalae. 



116, 330 
500 
206 



850 



3,296 
900 

1,003 

330 

72 



1,000 



300 
4,450 

2,131 



122 
5.000 



3,176 

515 

6,375 



075 



Av. 



500 00 
206 00 



425 00 



72 00 



710 33 



61 00 



325 00 



498 349 00 
500 



3,000 



1,500 
396 



850 



275 



1,000 
100 



300 



3,300 



1,350 
700 



198 00 



137 50 



500 00 



766 66 



AMNurms AXD 
BoYALTnea 



No. 



1 



Value. 



18.340 
30 
35 

300 
2,300 
1.000 



12,irj 

100 

1.000 

481 

3U0 



/.. 



7 
19 



21 

""i 



100 
4.565 



200 

125 

2U0 

6,riO0 

6,J59 



700 

18,437 

300 

30 

6,719 

2,070 



1,606 



78 

850 



767 



300 
6,000 



3,607 



480 
1.336 



135 



At. 



$:» 00 
35 00 

100 00 



40 Oe 



125 00 
2UU Ml 



700 

500' 50000 



939 96 
103 95 



76 4d 



1,900 00 



869 01 



96 00 



Ill 



f223] 



Btatemmt— Ckkniiined. 



0' 

S 


GOUITTDBB. 


HnODBONS AVD 

Oboamb. 


PBUICHISia. 


AlTNUTTIES AND 
ROYALTUS. 


• 
■ 




Ko. 


Yalaei 


▲t. 


No. 

• • • * 

2 


Yalna. 


Av. 


"*5 


Value. 


Av. 


U 


Crawford 

Clark 

Cnmbfirland 


6 
37 
21 
42 
35 
14 
13 
42 
TO 

46 
33 

33 

55 

94 

109 

47 

223 

8ft 

1 

43 

17 
50 
12 
13 
70 
4 
3 
68 
43 
13 

14 
6 

12 
9 

3 
17 
61 

5 
19 
25 
33 


$998 
2,372 
1,705 
2,165 
1,857 
534 
660 
3,015 
5,485 

2,010 
2,782 
1,503 
4.134 
6,345 


$49 67 
64 11 
81 19 
51 55 
53 05 
38 14 
43 08 
71 79 
69 4:) 

43 70 
84 30 
45 51 
75 16 
67 45 


$150 
175 


$8750 


$875 
504 


$i6i 00 




Bdgar 

KfBnjrham , 


2 


52 


26 00 


















Jasper 
















Lawrence -.-- 
















HoDltriow. 


1 
3 


1,600 
350 


116*66 


"u 








Shelby 


1,842' 153 50 


16 


Bond - 








Clay 


11 

1 
1 


475 

48 

144 


43 18 


"l 
2 


'"{'.mi 

3Ui 






Clinton 






Fayette 


158 00 




Marion 

Mont^mery i. 

WaahinfiTton . .. .. 






6.216 57 03 
3.399 74 99 


























17 




6,198 

4,055 

100 

3,258 

885 
2,965 

585 

685 

3,330 

115 

170 

5,112 

1,553 

875 

685 
170 
845 
355 


27 78 
46 08 


■ • • • 


1,162 






90 






Madlflon 










St Clair 
















75 77 

58 06 
50 30 
48 75 
52 69 

47 57 
28 75 
56 67 
75 18 
36 11 
67 31 

48 93 
28 33 
70 42 
44 37 


1 


1,000 




3 


4 600 


i 533 33 


18 


Alexander ^-,.,r.T, 












1 
1 

■ • • • 

1 

1 


200 

30 

3,590 

584 

500 












Johnaon ., ...,r -, ..^-.r . . 




......... 






Manan 




!I! ' 740 

6 7,243 






Perry 


1,207 17 




iPulaaW 




1 






Union 


7 
1 


3,570 
100 


510 00 


""'2t""'i,'297 

.... 1 . . 


648 50 






4 
1 


1,027 
300 


• • • 

256 75 


19 














Franklin 










Gallatin 


1 
3 


1,000 
1,300 










(Hamilton 


432 33 












165! 55 00 

7401 43 53 

4,255: flO 75 










Jeffemon. ............ .^. 

Kichland .T. 


6 

1 


172 
1,050 


28 67 


11 


624 


56 73 




Saline 


240 
1,405 
1,545 
1,250 


48 00 

74 00 
61 80 
37 88 














1 


300 
225 












Wayne 
























Totala 


81 






131 








13. 211 


$798,268 


$60 42 


r4.607 


921 07 


$102,045 


$778 98 



[224] 



112 



1 

8 
3 



6 



8 



10 



11 



19 



13 



14 



iSfaiiWfiaiit— Oontinaed, 



GOUHTIBa. 



(Cook.... 
DaPage. 
Lake 






Boone 

DeKalb... 

Elane 

McHenry . 
Winnebago 



Carroll.... 
Jo Daviess 
Osle 



»gie 



Stephenson 
Wmteside., 



Boreau 

Henry 

Lee 

Pntmam 

Rook Island. 



Gmndy , 
Kendall. 
LaSalle. 
Will.... 



Ford 

Iroquois . . . 
Kankakee.. 
Livingston. 
Marahall... 
Woodford.. 



Fulton. 
Knox . . 
Peoria. 
Stark .. 



Hancock . . . . 
Henderson .. 
MoDouough 

Meroer 

Sohnyler — 
Warren 



Adams 

City of Quincy 

Brown 

Callioun 

Greene 

Jersey 

Pike.. 



Cass 

Christian . 
Menard ... 
Morgan . . , 
Sangamon 
Boott 



DeWitt.. 
liOgan. .. 
Mason. .. 
MoLsan . 
Taxewell 



Champaign 

Coles 

Douglas ... 

Mft' ^>^?f > 

Piatt 

Yennllion . 



Patdtt BlOBTI. 



Ko. 



S 



3 
10 



9 

10 



Valae. 



19,510 



25 
350 



18 
3 

1.380 



335 

1,040 

3U1 

335 

30 
75 



35 
945 



990 

1,850 

100 

181 

188 

100 

1,536 



1,000 

2,305 
190 
150 
250 

5,384 



1.368 

105 

35 

1,000 

SOO 

1,800 

50 

5 



1,155 
365 



510 



50 

70 
340 



50 

379 
380 
550 

1,960 
15 

1,640 



At. 



135 00 
83 33 



18 00 
1 00 



395 00 
173 33 



169 50 



81 66 



110 00 

""50*60 

45 35 
01 00 



109 00 
'500*06 



195 00 
538 40 



456 00 
59 50 



SaAMBOATB, BAIUNG 
VK88BU, BTC. 



No. 



480 



14 
3 
7 



3 

3 

71 



18 
13 



15 



950 00 



36 66 
191 66 



170 00 



35 00 
915 00 



03 00 

95 00 
375 00 



750 
164 00 



13 



11 

4 



Yalae. 



1605,585 



1,000 



450 

1,015 
950 
910 



9,315 

150 
37 



9,365 
5,685 

5,460 



11,303 
7,195 



95 



97 



6,860 



3,105 
10 



11,060 
800 



15 
3,400 



3,360 



10,081 
1,355 

1,355 



3,165 



At. 



#1,41900 



500 00 



33 15 
338 33 



31 38 

"iso'Ti 



150 00 
19 33 



788 33 
1.895 00 

706.40 



697 04 
548 08 



457 33 



399 77 
10 00 



1,382 50 
160 00 



15 00 
800 00 



188 33 



123 18 
338 75 



541 95 



Total value 

of «Biune- 

ratedpro- 

perty. 



13,195.688 

1,100,998 

787,579 

977,382 
3,371.803 
3,006.390 
1,563,125 
1,907,05:) 

805,088 
1,316,919 
3,453,277 
1,890,004 

2,027,877 

995,154 

9,939,588 

1,941^,882 

496,159 

989.812 

768,150 
1. 133, 375 
4, 100, 847 
1,790,667 

972,786 
9,144,761 

908,509 
9,780,880 
1,107.993 
1,999,701 

9, 790, 394 
3,038,678 
1.857,871 
1, 114, 538 

2,035.967 
853,114 

2,273,709 

1,468,604 
939,307 

1,722,999 

9,055,817 
308,958 
777,908 
891,878 
483,725 
545,994 

1, 970, 867 

769,791 
1,899,499 
1,344.398 
1,099,634 
3,775,204 

332,336 

1« 276.058 
2,a9i980 
843,095 
4,097,565 
1,832.130 

2,601,271 
1,931,574 
1,219,194 
9.064.062 
1,069,399 
9,643,592 



Meiohaii- 
diae. 



98,789,251 
170,337 

78,440 

175^ SOB 
353,903 
831,798 
398,689 
852.388 

128,971 
447.660 
363,438 
701,891 
416,895 

113, MS 
472,848 
319.038 
55,071 
461, 549 

919,636 

153,297 

1,476.683 

553,919 

4S7.373 
351,161 
147,999 
537,789 
936,891 
364,649 

601,999 

646.766 

1,673,904 

184,643 

310.691 
71, 119 

396.015 

937,655 
94,554 

376,123 

166,309 
1.031.450 

150.536 
31710 
64.995 

147,959 

417,864 

903, 3» 
493,336 
900,935 
396,916 
1.063,741 
70,410 

180,888 
371,781 
990,958 
l,657,8tt 
533,089 

709,319 
488.918 
994,761 
709,881 
1401449 
487.00 



113 
BtatemetU — Oontinued. 



[2251 



i 


Couirnas. 


Paisht Biovn. 


Stbaioioatb, Saiuxo 


Total ralne 
of enume- 
rated pro- 
perty. 


Merohan- 


• 
* 


No. 


Value. 


At. 


No. 


Vain©. 


Av. 


dlM. 


IS 


Crawford 






•SO 
110 


"'•1833 


•733,991 
328.399 
453,379 

1, 374. 581 
.'tis, 490 
466.324 
388,833 
881, 157 

1, 945, 453 

554,185 
855.900 
897,991 

1, 155, 796 
965,544 

1. 057, 504 
501, 181 

1,116,440 

1, 350, 480 

386,677 

1,539,187 

964.301 
515, 6^9 
309,929 
893,717 
435,836 


•100,475 
121 897 




CUffk 


1 

1 


•50 
10 




6 




C'nmh^rlmil , ^ 


36.415 

217. 545 

73.615 

30,2.'S3 




?<)Rftr 












Kffingham 


5 305 

3* as 


•oi 66 

11 66 










Jiuiper 










Lawrence 






1 


30 


30 00 


36.065 
116, 505 
894, 79e 

83.910 

198, 784 
163.099 
306.810 




Moaltrie 


3 
3 


35 
150 


17 50 
75 00 




8lieiby 








16 


Bold 










Cky 


5 

7 
2 
3 


975 
187 
195 
275 


55 00 

36 71 
97 50 
91 67 










CllJitoii 


3 


19 


6 33 




Fayette 




IfarioQ 








343.556 
264.871 
139,965 

188,188 

364.589 

69.575 

494,085 

185,963 

119.027 

25.773 

6(L010 

la/mft 




Mofitcomerr 


1 








WpMington....... 














17 






553 










18 


Madison 






6 


43.350 


5.818 75 










St Clair 


3 

1 


8.090 
500 


1.010 00 
500 00 


13 

30 


91,650 

58,098 


7,050 00 
1,736 60 


A^FMldfT X. 




Joboaoii 








.... 








^n'^ , 


1 


in 




17 


6,603 


391 88 




Peiry ......:.::'.'. 


1 7ll 












7 

7 

16 

3 


3,355 

590 

16, 195 

3,570 


465 00 

84 99 

1, 013 19 

850 66 


897.813, SsisQS 
145,033 37,390 
791.9541 351,584 
413,584 Ri f^ 




Pnlaski '..[.. 










Fandolph .,. 


1 

3 

1 


30 

135 

35 


"ii'so 




Union 






458,475 

380,(63 
323,548 


50.133 

47,355 
18.7511 


s 














Franklin 


1 


90 












Oallatin 




39 


19,100 


658 63 


345,696! 100, 15 » 
393, 6r>8 35. Qai 




Hamilton. 












.... 






9 


1,910 


318 83 


189, 543 
596,904 
618,041 
317,380 
415, 109 
799.340 
403,736 


31,4511 

73,340 

154,995 

39.387 




Jefferaon 


4 
1 
3 
1 


139 

35 
75 
10 


33 00 














Saline ...'. 


37 50 












4 


180 


45 00 


94,635 




Wayne 


79,899 
115. 953 












7 
803 


710 
1,013,966 


101 43 






150 










•38,431 


•943 81 


•1,96307 


•137.568,464 


•39,578,786 







VoL 1—16 



[226] 



114 



Stattment — Continued. 



S 

i 



Counties. 



1 fCook ... 
3 <DuPage. 
3 (Lake 



Uoono 

DoKalb 

Ktiuu 

Mcllonry. . 
Winuebago 



5 Carroll . . . 
I Jo Daviess. 

Ogle 

StepheoHon 
Wbiteside . 



6 Bureau 

Tlenvy 

Leo 

Putuam 

Bock Itdaud. 



7 Gmndv , 
KeiMlMll. 
LaSalle . 
WIU.... 



8 



9 



Ford 

Iroquois ... 
Kankakee . 
Liviiigstozi. 
Marshall .. 
Wootlford. . 



Fnlton.. 
Knox . . 
Peoria. 
Stork.. 



10 ! Hancock..... 
Henderson... 
McDuuouj^h 

Mercer 

Scliuyier. ... 
Warren 



11 



19 



Adams 

City of Qnincy 

Brown 

Calhoun 

Greene 

Jersey 

Pike 



Cass 

Christian. . 
Menonl ... 
Mor{;an . . . 
Saii«;amou 
SooU 



l:i 



DoWitt.. 
Lop^an.. , 
Mnsoii . . . 
McLean . . 
Tazewell. 



14 Champaign. 

Coles 

Donglos. . . . 

Macon 

Piatt 

Vennilion.. 



Material 
and man- 
ntactnred 

articles. 



1756,450 

50,9C9 

8,440 

8,878 
l.'iO, 271 
63;J, 107 

7,134 
438, '^47 

6,913 

49, 040 

18,343 

59.443 

110, 361 

14, 116 

10,541 

58.037 

1, 950 

877,031 

13.260 

ll,4a7 

294,162 

302, 490 

7.840 
9,604 
12, 074 
28,477 
29,743 
12, 870 

63.226 

119,397 

129, 447 

7,568 

32.438 

2,825 

35, 057 

13,758 

4.294 

5,935 

17, 082 

192. 297 

7,948 

75 

6,225 

8t<0 

42.067 

13,035 

16,812 

5,835 

21,881 

206,548 

5,650 

4,295 
46. 445 

7,741 
67,858 
41,499 

13, 019 
36,921 

8,691 
58.122 

5.017 
53,277 



Mannf. 
tools, Im- 
plements 
ond nia- 
chinerv. 



Azricul. 

tom.s, im- 
])lemcnts 
and ma- 
chinery. 



$340,663 

:iO, 4.'>4 

3,098 

4.082 

30. 652 

349. 713 

7, 495 
140, VJ6 

5,022 
15.715 
16,276 
29,393 
71, 437 

7,804 
11, 704 
23,512 

4.494 
46,870 

8,140 

17, 7«1 

154, 015 

50, 596 

5,579 
10,024 

2,158 
16, 731 
28,332 
12,614 

65,975 

53,271 

90, 961 

7,390 

14, 047 
1, 882 

13,376 
8,034 
4,890 
6,261 

20.446 

82. 945 

7, 663 

100 

685 

3,340 

19,539 

8.227 
21. 793 
2,540; 
5,8:i5, 
181,1741 
1,075 



3.592 
13, 997 
17,5421 



39,907' 
20,616 

f,89ri, 
66, i:i3' 

2. 451 
52, 517 



Gold & 
silver 

plate 6i 
plated 
ware. 



1110.816 
77.679 
38,025 

79,145 

163. 749 

94. 295 

84,028 

130, 918 

43,376 

98,171 

904,853 

225, 336 

139, 976 

49, 520 
132. 274 

98,821 
30,677 
37,753 

33,324 

73, 2.19 

243,311 

»3, 172 

105.673 
156, 082 

60, 514 
210. 881 

69,631 
125, 92;i 

172,627 

170, 076 

119,779 

8:1, 746 

125, 867 
5;), 825 

115, oyo 

80, 932 

57, 648 

104, 037 

164,858 
350 
54,066 
29, 643 
30, 415 
40,668 

144,135 

28,2471 

127, no' 

45.690 

36, 465 

149,246 

16,548 

63. 637 

i:i.M65 

lO, 216 



Dia- 
monds 

and 
jewelry 



9,298, 148,879 



183, 673 
91.602 
81.948 

137.506 
74, 707 

130, 427 



$27,763 

3,019 

977 

3, 454 
4,151 
6,229 

64e 

14,284 

227 
3,079 
2,884 
2,100 
2,047 

811 
700 

2,886 
45 

2,770 

1,097 
3,657 
5,450 
1,847 

1,105 
92:1 
145 
1,318 
1,04:2 
1,669 

3,411 
5. 093 

5.838 
1,045 

1,141 
113 
."iSO 
145 

1.3:<8 

465 

1, S.'il 

2,070 

336 

120 

60 

5,916 

2, 136 

257 

1,117 

100 

*i6,061 



1.314 
3, (H)8 
1,003' 



$15, 639 

1,575 

510 

9.32 

27c-< 

6.860 
o 



Moneys 
of baiik. 
banker, 
broker, 
etc. 



Credil'* 
of iHink. 
baikker. 
bn»k«T 
eic 



4,225 

50 
256 
358 
985 
300 



70 

729 

30 

1,025 

6.30 

286 

2,260 

250 

654 

1,126 
506 
842 
100 
106 

1,647 

315 

3,795 

170 : 

369 



f229, 185 
6,758 
9,325 

9.695 
30. 241 
47. HiO 
28.669 

9,781 



33 

78 
15 



748" 
1,925 
330 



1,913 

6,022 
3,897 

160 
7,070 

-.13 1 
2,321) 



15 

••"i40, 

20 
1,0521 
35! 

14,307 
163 

a'M 

1,815 

622 



3,U'4f 



i:i.94!l 
3,.Tf>U 

3:..5J4 
4.t.V.4 



16. no 

^700, 2.o:*4 

51.2861 31.4-ii 

3.5o5 3.117 



4,946 
17.700 
10,577 



13,715 

4.403 

5,945 

40,268 

86.179 

9.297 
46,812; 
8,535 
5,700 
5. 644 1 
36, 212 

47.065 

15, 81 1 

131. 167i 

le,58l 

12, 511 



3 i. 451 
1 1, 079 



99,314 

.■i. 66.1 
94. 980 



8,600 

113, 409 

22.938 
i:)-i. 410 
5«. 795 
67. 264 : 
96,250 



2l,e7S 

11.575 

145 

ICSUi 

21. "wa 
1.:*! 

80.^ 
3:t.QW 

6.96:! 

22,503 

500 

2901 

40,943 

27. 7M 

Iti, nO 

3,017 
l.ftJa 

7. r.9 

8,l0i 
74, tW 
15.144 

4:« 

500 



!»,413 

38.428 

04.301 
4:s««0 

23.27? 

166.^4 

3.55rt 



8.001 39. .17* 
37.21.'^. 13. K« 
25.913 i,t7i 



296; 

I 
2,333' 
2, l.'iH 

453 
5,478 

120 
1,555 



66,171 19, *i^ 



64,198; 
1,2:14 
1.061 
14 081 
31.546 
63,688; 



55. .V© 

10,0© 

tM7 

35.00.^ 
10 «M 
SO.0JJ 



115 



[227 1 



Statement — GontiDned. 




Crawford 

Clark 

Camberliind. 

EdjB^r 

£ftinj;bam .. 

Jasper 

Lawrence... 
Monltrie. . . . 
Shelby 



16iB<m(l 

Clay 

Cliiitoa 

Fayotte 

M»rion 

HoDt^oiDery 
Waahinstou . 



17 



Macoapin. 
Mitdliion . . 
Monrcie . . . 
St. Clair.. 



IS j Alexander. 

Jackaon 

JobuMon.. .. 

Maasac 

Perry 

Poiie 

PuLuki.... 

iUandolpb . 

j Union 

. Williamson 



19 



Edwardii . 
Franklin . 
Gallatin . . 
fianiilton 
Hanlin .. 
Jefferson . 
Richland. 
Salinti.... 
Wabash.. 
Wavne... 
While - . . 



Totela 



Material Mannf. 
and man-jtooUi, im- 
nfacturedj plements 

nrticles. i and ma- 
chinery. 





•3,.'>38 


5.423 


1,612 


17,4P7 


S!,293 


6, all 


2,931 


13.567 


14,718 


4.375 


5.304 


15.075 


W,197 


12, 179 


22. 100 


9,6GU 


18. 310 


60. 7«8 


9,750 


178,850 



18,048 
19,697 
4,32fi 
7,418 
3.311 
9,934 
8,296 
4,257 
6,494 

6.095 
14,0-28 

7,101 
11,U)1 

5,823 
10, 497 

3,780 

10,716 

45,632 

1, 843 

89,016 



14,926 


11,204 


16,919 


12,965 


605 


865 


9,115 


16, :U» 


3,775 


7.653 


IKi 


2,106 


17.548 


12. 547 


21. mi 


17,380 


5,788 


9,715 


1,045 


7,250 


5,a35 


'5,440 


695 


:s345 


3,655 


12,010 


2,895 


4,4U0 


925 


10.285 


10,549 


13, o.a 


5.203 


19. 185 


1.340 


8, 498 


17,6.33 


20.074 


1,439 


7,968 


17, 575 


11,278 

j 


15,284.381 


12, 793, 657 



AjrricnL 
tools, im* 
piemen t8 
and ma- 
chinery. 



$66,327 
42,971 
33.873 
62,%28 
39,2.')6 
31, 005 
36.348 
61,900 

147, 975 

98.470 
62. 752 
99,268 
87.114 
59,851 
75, 401 
49,915 

60,»S7 
133,043 

49, .300 
172,692 

7.598 
36, 1(« 
13, 124 
20.991 
34, 9*J0 
9, 9:w 
5, 273 
90,259 
20. 037 
20,538 

.10, 984 
10,422 
14,855 
12,261 
9, :)05 
30,791 
45,668 
14,349 
46,303 
44,818 
25,340 



Gold & 
silver 

plate & 
plated 
ware. 



1260 

612 

131 

972 

48 



867 
320 
829 



621 

1.034 

1,117 

6:)0 

769 

35 

1,401 

3,398 

20 

810 

928 
816 



52 

461 



105 
TJl 
618 



65 

20 

460 

965 



604 

sat 

20 
831 

25 
216 



Dia- 
monds 
and 
jewelry 



150 

514 

300 

53 

105 

82 

15 

960 

395 



Moneys 
of bank, 
banker, 
broker, 
etc. 



116,300 



9,044 

33,975 

6,306 



200 
498 
176 
345 
367 
15 

39 
545 
300 
450 

960 
171 



203 
75 
10 



454 
65 



17 



510 
45 



51 



10 
355 
100 

10 ; 



15,274 
119, 137 

77,440 
33,053 

" "i.ooo 

15,680 

43, 348 

300 

16,780 
148,200 



195, 078 

1,000 
8,800 



8,789 

2,660 

400 



7,675 
14,390 



250 

1.895 



6,160 



60 
8,370 



18,295 
5,000 



186, 498 r^ 797, 921 



Credito 

of bank, 

banker, 

broker, 

etc 



$5,135 
3.585 
1.500 

10,430 
35 



900 
13.185 
85,210 

5,195 

4,779 
16.985 

1,881 
32,289 

7,102 
450 

1.5. 136 
8, 210 



115,169 

4,450 
5,175 



700 

100 

1.000 

13, 910 

2, 210 



64 
i,699 



300 

:i50 



8.127 

l.'W 

10, I'jO 

1,626,745 



[228] 



116 



^ 



Statement — Gontinned. 



i 



1 

2 
3 



6 



8 



10 



11 



IS 



13 



14 



CouNins. 



(Cook ... 
<DaPage 
(Lake?.. 



Boone 

DeSalb 

Kane 

MoHenry. . 
Winnebago 



Carioll 

JoDaviesa . 

Ogle. 

Stephenson 
Whiteside . 



Bnreau 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam 

Kook Island. 



Grundy . , 
Keudall.. 
La Salie . 
wm 



Ford 

Iroquois . . . 
Kaukakee . 
Livingston , 
MarshaU... 
Woodford.. 



Fulton. 
Knox . . 
Peoria. 
Stark. . 



Hancock 

11 euderson.. 
McDonough 

Mercer 

Schuyler 

Warren .... 



Adams 

City of Qniccy 

Brown 

Calhoun 

Greene 

Jersey 

Pike 



Cass 

Christian . 
Menard . . . 
Morgan . . . 
Sangamon. 
Scott 



DeWltt.. 
Logan ... 
Mason . . . 
McLean . 
Tazewell 



Champaign 

Coles 

Douglas . . . 

Macon 

Piatt 

Vermilion . 



-»*■ 



Moneys 
of other 

tlian 
banker, 

etc. 



1920, 242 

71, 367 

217, 493 

97, 207 

90, 405 

245,775 

657, 533 

283, 861 

120,202 
187,801 
119,602 
294,537 
101, 142 

85.472 
233.306 
229,320 

41,598 
239,491 

80,604 
145. 189 
307, 583 
285,641 

41525 
145) 414 

36.250 
135.458 

93, 436 
127, 579 

1, 048, 632 
967, 950 
.137,564 
194.599 

34.\ 116 
103.271 
346, 871 
116,971 
60.439 
71,102 

532,665 

293, 07-2 

132, 381 

8,470 

24,305 

65,250 

354,180 

2.'!0.055 
210, 641 
31, 510 
1,960 
791,505 
149, 195 

67.431 

180. .'MU 

50,879 



304,552 

232, 597 
186.133 

58,207 
244, 2t>9 

44.887 
130, 704 



Credits of I 
other than 
banker, 
etc. 



$455,585 
4-»,792 
144, 294 

550,661 
717,661 

1,572,798 
491,890 

1,572,747 

142,431 
391, 100 
871,980 
6.'>1, 752 
415,099 

160, 903 
267,837 
400,117 
121,809 
197, 973 

177,263 

379,811 

1, 980, 083 

222,039 

54.261 
219, 443 

59, 766 1 
354,817 
149.072 
480,273 

1. 016, 188 
542, 190 
594, 751 
295, 113 

393.239, 
95, 1^39 
431. 756 
310. 985 
299,161 
551, 878 

354.746 
39,410 

235.505 
92,062 

145, 700 

285,155 
1,106,074 

116. 618 
413.405 
633, 8M 
920,198 
1,785.337 



176,637 
608.532 
177. 904 
1, 995, 613 
414,385 

225,203 
320, 348 
151.366 
666, 235 
85, 04G 
906,351 



Bonds and 
stocks. 


Shares of 
cap. stork 
of comp's 
notoftnis 
state. 


Pawn 
brokers 
pro- 
perty. 


Property Pro- 
of cnrpo- pertyef 
rations i ssloons 
not before and eaV 
ennmera- ing 
ted. housaSb 


$70, 475 

8,275 


$51,0»5 

40C 

90 

20,595 


•0,575 


•3,275 


•176, 9» 
1,4» 

m 

LOSS 


29,430 

19,200 
11, 300 




600 






1,240 
6.600 


114,25.3 


450 


40O 




2,830 
40,375 

3,188 
2,656 
12,2)^6 
4,320 
7,850 

3,467 
39.325 


7,50a 
200 

6,305 

15,600 

905 

900 

34,550 

2,499 


1S9 


1.545 




1,490 
905 


585 

5 

700 

1,800 

15 


62 


SSS 

3» 

140 
2.490 


23,809 






4,000 

20 


m 


660 






15 


43,600 
506 


■ -••••»••• 




2. SSS 








1,000 


4,700 

9,250 

5O0 






9W 


140,583 
213,660 

1,500 
43,050 


53,505 
3,000 


10, 445 
64,130 

300 

9,243 

40 

50 

2:10 


10,451 
11,215 

910 






^*5 
L40S 


"* ioo 

200 


ii 


57,295 
5,235 


4.W 
2.119 


3,187 




3.«0 
5.W 

i7,atf 

9B 


12,005 


6,505 

415 

4,660 






33.215 

112, 950 

4,662 




14,002 
37,737 


24.245 




20 


200 
126 
975 


8,W7 
130 


2, 3:^2 




249.290 
14, 959 


25 




2,854 
329 


115, 310 










233,950 
1. 348 


8,218 




15,000 

4.474 
143,060 


445 

cue 


51, 095 
32 


7,550 




11, 8B 
1,SI0 










2,500 








710 


3,750 


1,000 






2, SOS 

1,010 

2.301 


49,040 


20 




9,095 




1,321 


31, 271 






37,700 
6,850 


2,245 




1,700 


1,00S 
L4«9 


88,301 
4,700 


300 
22,000 

45 


2,465 


3,100 


6, 310 
310 


1,123 
3,240 





8,810 

4. 680 

10,000 


OOS 

1,6B$ 


3.039 
74.000 


250 


1,570 


113,800 

3.540 
3.930 

190 


2,000 

.324 

14,200 

400 

200 




025 

5,891 
8,590 


4,u; 

3.300 


38. hVi 
956 


V.V.'.'.'.'. 


8,265 


6,670 


50 










«••••••••• 



117 



[229] 



StatemmU'^'Continned. 



I 



15 



Couxnu. 



Crawford ... 

Clark 

Camberland. 

Bd|;ar 

EtLngbam .. 



Monltri* 
.Shelby... 

lelBoBd ... 
iCUf .... 

CUntoo.. 



n 



18 



Fkyetto 

Maiion 

Moutjipomery. 
Waatungum . 



ICafDoapia. 
Kadiaon.. 
Konroe . . 

St. Clair .. 



Alexaader 
Jackaon .. 
JohutoB ... 



Perry 

Pope 

Pulaaki .... 
Bandolpk.. 

CJaion 

WilliamaaM 



£d wards 

irrankUa 

Gallatin 

HamilloB *. 

Hvdin 

JeffanoB 

Richland 

ISaline 

Wabiak 

Wame 

Wkite 



ToUla 



Moneys 
of other 

than 
banker, 

etc. 



Credits of 

other than 

banker, 

etc. 



•56,075 
64,850 
63.154 

3d6.55d 

31,038 

40.895 

136,675 

SOS, 916 

64,710 
9S.040' 
44,596 
76.311 
133, 704 
197,875 
11,468 

151, 4SS 
146. 61S 
113, 440 
819,600 

14. 403 1 

33, SW 

5,759 

2S,9S5 

41, 474 

5,995 

3.235 

S14. 053 

104, 1 ml 

16,40f 

49,051 

94,179 
9,705 
4,007 



20,674 
6,369 
9.719 
40,84-2 
49,:<0o 
27, <<*^ 



1969,099 

110, 247 

9.945 

122.809 

15, 482 

29,363 

22,570 

109,291 

493,868 

63,405 
14.1, 567 
441, 306 
198,901 
164.917 
* 64,652 
111, 537 

970,367 

437, 131 

44.860 

592,468 

S.009 
76. 345 
91,446 
76.113 

149,239 

13,640 

6, 575 

485,245 
44, 143 
13.965 

358,650 
33,911 
82, 37:> 
15.043 
67,895 
79,690 

963,616 
15. (>4i 

230. \iS5 
97. 74i 
85.233 



$16, rJ4, 886 135. 817, 524 



Bonds and 
stocks. 



•800 

19,860 

60 

301 

i.oooi 

4.660 



Shares of 
cap. stock 
of coinp's 
notoftnU 
state. 



ISO 

750 



166 

90 

1.686 

110, 872 



95,929 
9,900 



56,490 

2, 074 

5, 750 1 
459; 
6. 202 1 
9.907 
2.00(1 
4.180 
2f>. 128 
7.893 
5,0J6 

1.530 
1,500 



435 



I 



390 
7,701. 
501 
800 



79,500 

140 

6, 489 

1,400 



Pawn- 

brokers 

prcv 

IHjrty. 



2,730 



95 



5,000 



1,770 
75 



300 



•2,545,0101 •252,881 



•70, 657 



Property 
of corpo- 
rations 
not before 
Miamera- 
ted. 



•400 
"495 



*^- ■ - 
XTt>- 

perty of 
salcfons 
and eat- 

houses. 



10,6001 
'*"l66 



1,350 

41,2H0; 

4,415 

9,910 
"4,*5a6 



! 



150,300 



30,520 
195 



415 



•130 
l.:»0 

"'* ais 

l:iO 

:no 

1,320 

400 

SI.") 
1.000 
4, 4!i3 

3, <;:.o 

4, i:h) 

4,190 
9, 570 

1. 0.'>0 

4,8fll 

1.391 

27,8(i9 

4.8-10 

1.711 

^40 



2,413 



2. J2."i 

l,:uo 

100 



450 
90 



110 
t;0 

1,5.-10 



•677.137;^418 038 



[230] 



118 



Statement — Coutinned. 



I' 

SB 
O 

3 



6 



8 



10 



11 



19 



13 



U 



Cousnss. 



DiiPage 
Lake ... 



Botnie 

Uf^Kalb 

Kaiiu 

^fcUeniy ... 
Winnebago.. 



Carroll 

JoDavi«iw . 

OKle 

StuphttDaoD. 
Whiteside . 



Bureau 

Ueury 

I^o 

Putnam 

Uuck laland. 



Grundr. 
Kendall . 
Laiialle. 
WiU ... 



Ford 

Iruquoifl ... 
Kaukakee . 
Livingston. 
MHrsball .. 
Woodford.. 



Fulton 
Knox . . 
Peoria. 
Stark. 



ilancook .... 
Ilcnderaon .. 
2klcDouough. 

Mercer 

Schuyler ... 
Warren. ... 



Adams 

(>lty of Quincy 

Brown 

Calhoun 

Ureene 

Jersey 

Pike 



('nss 

Christian . 
Menard . . . 
Morgan .*. 
8.ingamon 
Scutt 



DeWltt. 
l..o}(an.... 
Mason . . . 
McLean.. 
Taxewell 



Champaign 

Coles 

Douglas 

VlHoon 

Piatt 

Vermilion • 



House- 
hold and 
office pro- 
perty. 



Investni'ts 
in real en- 
late and 
Injprove- 
meuts , 
tbeieon. 



lfll.fl96< 
95,304. 

I 

1A4.3-29 
194.*244| 
417.113 
121. !W« 
4^.461 

75. i»r. 

174, use 
311. .')90 
315,36:{ 
888, »S9 

91.323 
fiOH, 579 
232,<;50 

4fl,77d! 
209, 731 ! 

64,841 
105, 375 
5-21, 81U 
258,418 

8-2 713 
182,287 

69, 113 
2(»8,762 
1U,67» 
104, 183 

434. 6P3 
477,382 
475, 705 
127, 147 

358,576 
74, 476 
2U4, 747 
127, &M 
111,090 
19 1, 032 

256. 6-JO 

35U. .-9<i 

131. 53b 

27. 3:15 

52, 090 

92, 038 

305.175 

86,997 
»4, 797 
104, 765 
125,309 
607, 451 

50,171 

133,444 

961,438 
148, 031 



Shares of | 
stock stale' 
and natktu- ' 

al banks. | 

I 



All at her 

prrsonal 

property. 



Total ralac 
of nnena- 
merated 
. pniperty. 



$42.59.1 
2,370. 
100 



450, 
3, 370 1 
1,950 
5,475 

396 
9.234 

2.789 

22,565 

165 

956 



16,173 



331, 781 

370,310 
«:«, 467 
136,6 a 
33a. 116 
84 279 
350,187 



300 

7,610 

5, 770 

29,560 

4,146 
2,415 
3,624 
8,600 

1,500 

52, rM 

6,453 

250 

345 

6,092 
1,471 
1.079 
1.740 

877 
100 

23,723 
3,790 
450 
6,823 
45 
1,260 
2,304 

475 

43,a'i2 

8C5 

750 

6,340 



5,646 

l,2S)5 
8,200 



740 

94»872 

5,487 

21.903 

22,530 

525 

9,896 



16,232 



97, 494 1 

45,0i)0( 

7^0.650. 

1 JO, 000, 

428,000 



110. oco; 

357. 4U0, 
163.500, 
2i)U. 000 
181.000 

35,0-21 
20H, 750 
209.000 



381 000 
135,000 



474,500 
87,000 

50.060 

10,000 
97.000 
90,060 



13ti,2.)0 
427, 180 
500,000 



175,000 
"so,* 000 



363,100 

'i89,*ii8 
150,000 

460.066 

700, 25» 

60.^72 

48,600 

"36,660 



65.800 
376,670' 
113,000 



98,904 



Total Tslss 

of per^isil 

piopem. 



14, 293. 332 •111. 072.241 
26.941. 



104.7171 
2t^l.491l 
i:i6.967 
26, b65' 
142.0ti5, 

53,578 

15, 739 1 

484. e;>4 

254, 1 12 

173. 013 

14, 592 
270, «r7 
139. 269 
112.268 

33,481 

33, 752 

2!I8.S92 

1/246,607 

153,135 

147, 116 
257,228 
37,799 
964,243 
272, 798 
316, 421 

306.284 
400.955 
333,419 
284,520 

342,681 
13^. .MM 
241,. '171 
i:W.400 
2t), 404 
160, 973 

5:). 991 
33, 652 
66,467 
8,525 
14,120 
30,469 
293 

4.235 

334,906 

140, 875 

36 348 

411,9:i6 

6,343 

306. 815 
5<)4, 702 
1.V5.288 
1, 998, 905 
ftIO, 194 

466,954 
131, .'t97 
167,681 

44.-), on 

153, 046 
257.354 



|29.657.d4e) <£.7aL5K 

l,0^r*.TX'i 21IJ6.CD 

642.653, 1.430.Xtt 



2.337,291 
4,4U.74l 

7.S».2:4 
3.5::j.0li 

6,4«3;6;( 

l,.'i61.9» 
3.107,374 
5.«Ji,S40 
4.741,167 
3,9«2,55(I 

1.5IC44S 

4,140,243 

3.7lti,59 

911. 7» 

^93^731 

2.:m:<,3:» 

11. 188,4:!4 

4,S30,4H 

1,999,794 
3.:06.4(I0 
1.35H,1>39 
5, 464, MS 
2,211,158 
2.9(3, S» 

6.t;65.543 
6.963; 311 
6. 6.M, 5n» 
2.340,9t« 

4,082,»4 
],400,»l 
4,413,0i» 
S.:m9,:69 
1.712.P19 
3.625,71:: 

3,6rl8,8M 
2.951.t«l 
1.566,iaO 
500,941 
H44,2» 
1,2-29.739 
4, 727. .774 

1,704.3^9 
3,t)49,gtf4 
3,555,4» 
3.145,413 
16,09^639 
7-23.30 

3.246,143 
4^644,8»t 

9,891,761 
4, 154. 648 

5. •79,143 
3,4eq,514 
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1,961.877 

4.056.623 

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1,954,681 

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1.907.6571 

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1.216 00.1 
7, 087. 577 
3, 439. 751 

957,068 
1.451.6:19 

456, 436 
3, 6tf4. 023 
1.103.865 
1,663,837 

4,015.149 
3.925,533 
4, 796, 717 
1. 226. 450 

2, 047, 627 

547, 456 
3,139,319 
1, 120, 086 

7W), 512 
1. 96 J, 713 

1. 633. 641 

2, 64.1. 565 
788. 912 
298.363 
350, 475 
68.3, 815 

2, 756, 707" 

934,5:<dl 
3,020,3721 
1.311.(1611 
2.64.\779 
6,3l7.42t>i 

390, 961 

976. 585 
3.240,911 
1, 062. 74.') 
5,794,198 
8.333,518 

2, 477. 872 
1, 952, 940 

975,608 
3, 7j«7. W6.) 

634,466 
3.585.648' 



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1^ Crawford . . . 

Clark 

iCuDilierlaiid 

'Edgar 

tEttlngham .. 

Jasper 

Lawrence. . . 
■Moultiie ... 

iSbelby 

I 

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Johnson 

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Pope 

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Kranklin 

Gailatin 

Biuntlt<ni . . . 
Hardin .... 

JefferaoB 

BichUnd 

Saline 

Wabaab. ... 

Wayne 

White 

Totals.. 



Houae- 
hold and 
ot^cf* pro- 

pirty. 



1101.596 
1 la. 699 

1-^1,647 

4:) VM' 
b^,:H4i 
84,60l»" 
SIS, 167 



IiiveHtm'ta 

in real ea- 

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lueiitH 

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118,(t06 
135. i<20 
i:i!), ^i» 
18tf, 579 
179,3t)(» 

U'2. 446 

143, 045 

399.164 

59,877 

399, floT 

74.143 
95, 'Mi 
48. SCO 
60,809 
72.884 
41,968 
4% 898 
153,935 
77. 950 
65.504 

63,303 
31,758 
70.609 
37,:ft?0l 
:«.340 
65. .'MO 
in, 031 
42,056 
9*2. 0:i4 
79.640! 
50,9301 



Shares of 
stuck state 
and nation- 
al banks. 



|2, 370 

4irl 

l,38:i 

1,670 

11.647' 
l,07;i 



8, G3:> 
ll,ti95 



6,117 

2, fr79 

26,241 

10,725 

1,417 



1,885 

54 

400 

49, 462 

7,372 
14. 044 



3,631 
7.520 
2.645 

6.79H 
5.690 
6,219 
8, 264 

2.090 
3,135 



3, .'>54 
1,300 

100 
3,041 
1,670 

352 



•12,113 



258,000 
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AU other 

personal 

property. 



37,700 

60 

5,287 



140,000 



4.')0,000 



30,660 
200,000 



197 



Total value 

of uueun- 

merated 

property. 



$15,325 

55,133: 

37I 

78. 830 

89. 847 

10.379 

8,158 

i:Mi, 106 

129,355 

15.300 
42, t*98 
64.561 
111). 133 
20,731 
11, 731 
11,443 

116. 085 
22,338 

155,081 

45. 414 

34.413 

1.526 

28, 019 
7, 362 
1,836 



17, 533 

12,030 

9,123 

7,493 
12,396 
14. 145 

4,783 



$19,028,316 1 $723, 910 $13, 478, 282 



5,988 

21,763) 

395 

52,975 

10,982 

6.346 



$654,221 
552, 498 
813, 422 

1, 004, 077 
326, 517 
186 388 
228,719 
692, 851 

1, 595, 107 

404,460 

7H6, 714 

1, 015. 807 

1, 155. 433 

1,005,131 

943, 446 

437,008 

1,068,120 

1,775,560 

355, 943 

2, 583. 507 

667.580 
46<i, 805 
118.456 
313,228 
474. 975 
104, 286 
137,909 
1, 352, iJ98 
388.:)02 
196.662 

571,272 
141,976 
758, 924 
124.884 
153. 200 
373,561 
850. 355 
115.031 
628, 261 
379, 0:i8 
362,290 



Total value 

of))enM)uaI 

property. 



^, 801, 296 $176, 929, 876 



$1,378,212 

1, :W). 897 
<i66. 701 

2, irji?. 508 
845. 007 
652. 612 
617,552 

1, 574, "•'■' 

3, 544, auM 

958. 645 

1, 642. 614 
1,913,798 
2.311.229 
1,970.675 

2. 000. 950 
1,0^,189 

2. 184, 560 

3. 126. 040 

742, 620 

4, 112, 784 

931,888 
982, 454 
388. 378 
606. 945 
900,211 
332,039 
282, 94S 
2, 144, 252 
800.886 
655.137 

951, .-04 
465. 534 

1, 10f.C20 
418.542 
3t2,743 
O'.O, 41(5 

1, 468. 396 
4:»,411 

1, 043. 370 

1,178.378 
765, 016 

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132 



EECAPITULATION OF ASSESSMENT, 1873. 

(Not incIadiDg property assessed by State Board of Equalization.) 



Personal property. 



Horses of all a^es 

Cattle of all ages 

Males and asses of ail ages 

Sheep of all ages 

Hogs of all ages 

Steam engines, including boilers 

Fire 9r bu rglar-proof sal es 

Billiard, pigeon-nole, bagatelle, or other similar tables 

Carriages and wacons, of whatsoever kind 

"V^atchesand olooks 

Sewing or knitting machines 

Piano-fortes 

Melodeons and organs >, 

Franchises 

Annoitiea and royalties 

Patent rights 

Steamboats, sailing vessels, wharf boats, barges or other water cralt 



Number. 




Total assessed value of enumerated property. 



932,003 

3, 015, 819 

9H, 512 

1,092.104 

3,560,192 

2.524 

3,844 

1,706 

338.878 

380.982 

102, S»4 

13,691 

13,211 

81 

131 

150 

802 



Assessed 

Talua. 



148.855.005 

3S. 776, 899 

9 823.682 

2,135.593 

11, 979. 799 

1,706.076 

407.338 

158. SOT 

u^i'TO.nsi 

1,949,401 
3,336,817 
1,958,046 

798.968 
- 7i607 

108,045 

36,421 

1, 012, 986 



#127,588,464 



Am*t of 

unenum'ted 

property. 



Merchandise 

Materia] and manu&ctured articles 

Manufactnren' tools, implements and machinery 

Anicultural tools, implements and machinery 

Gold and silver plate and plated ware 

Diamonds and jewelry , 

Moneys of banks, bankers, brokers, etc 

Credits of bankit, bankers, brokers, etc 

Moneys of other than bankers, etc 

Credits of other than bankers, etc 

Bonds and stocks 

Shares of capital stock of companies, not of this State 

Pawnbrokers' property 

Property of corporations not before enumerated 

Property of saloons and eating houses 

Household and office property 

Investments in real estate and improvements thereon. 

Shares of stock, State and national banks 

All other personal property 



Total assessed value of unennmerated property. 



Total assessed value of personal property. 



139. 
5. 
2. 
8, 



9, 

1. 

16, 

33, 

2. 



M. 

13, 
26, 



578,786 
284.361 
793, 657 
022,430 
191,310 

86,498 
797. 921 
626. 745 
734,886. 
817.52^ 
!>45. 010 
252,881 

70.657 
677. 137 
418,038 
028. 518 
723,910 
47j^,282 
801,296 



6176,920.876 



176, 989, en 



#304,518,340 



Railroad property assessed in counties by local assessors. 



Class C— Personal property 

Class 1>— Lauds No. acres, 35,980.30 

Lots No. loto, 5,845 



Total value of railroad property assessed in counties. 



Av'ge Val. 



$55 39 
751 89 



Ass'd Val. 



II, 715. 941 
1.992.839 
4. 394. 815 



Beal estate— Lands 



Ininroved lauds — 
Vu improved lands. 



Total 

Total assessed value of lands . 
4 mirint cftiM fonoird 



Number of I Av'ge value 
acres. ' i>er acre. 



24. 473, 9.13 
9, 757. 074 

34,231,007 



I 



•22 89 
8 47 



Ass'd Val. 



1560.30.^374 
82, 607. .^34 



$16 78 



6643. 912, 908 



8,103, 



642. 912. 9M 
1955, 574, M3 



133 



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Eecapitulatum — Gontinaed. 



Amimnt Inrnght/onoard. 



Real eatate— town and dty loto. 



Improred town and city loto. 

UsuDiiroTed town and city loto 

Total 

T»tal aioeooed Talne of town and dty loto 

Total ralne of all taxable proporty 



Number of 
lota. 



313,900 
406,319 



7Sl,80t 



AT*ge TaL 
per lot. 



1050 00 
134 01 



•393 87 



AM*d Yal. 



|30n,838,074 
90,860,613 



1354,703,387 



in eonntf ea by local aaaeaaon 



in enltivation— wheat 

com 

oato 

meadowa , 

other field prodacto 

indoMd paatnre 

orchard 

woodland 



1 1 



1055, 534, 843 



354. 70S, 387 



$1,310,337,130 



8, 00:1,308 
7, 0A7. 040 
1.817.463 
a, I7f>. 337 

e»). 16G 
3, 807. 0F3 

:i3U,70S 
6, 389, ti36 



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134 

Ko. 27. 



JStatement of rates per cent of addition and deduction^ determined by the 
State Board of Equalization on a^sensment for 1873, of property (other 
titan KailroadJ assessed by local assessors. 



COUHTIU. 



\ ot Quinoy. 

AdiimB 

Alexandor. 

Boml 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Cani>ll 

ClUH). 

ChaTn|)aign 

(.'liriHtiiUi 

Clark 

Clav 

Clinton 

( 'oles 

C<K>k 

('rawford 

Cumberland ... 

DoKalb 

DoWitL 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Kd wards 

JCtKngham 

Tavetto 

Foi-d 

Frankliu 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

(frocue 

(irundy 

Hamilton 

linucock 

llanlin 

Henderson 

Henry , 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

JaHjier 

Jcm-rson 

Jersey , 

Jo Davir^ss. 

Johnson , 

KajiH , 

Kankakee 

Kendall. 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSallo 

Lawrenoe 

1»<H5 

Livingston.. 

Logan 

lilacon 

Mneoupin. 

Madison 

Clarion 

>[iirMhaU 

3f nHon 

H.IMflAO 

McUonough 

IMfHonry 

McLiMiu 

3lennrd 

M«-rcor 

Monroe 

Muutgomery 



Personal Puopbrty 



Add. 



13 



35 



148 

"ic" 



10 



68 
26' 



10 



53 



134 

10 
47 



54 
30 
V> 
'25 

'84* 



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48 



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1 

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21 

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is' 
itf 

23 

ao" 

:iO 
Si 

16' 

i» 
15 
24 
2:« 

14" 

"2' 
3i£ 

25" 
6 



18 

12 
26 
Id 
15 



84 

86 

'22' 
27 

28" 



83 
17 

25 
89 



11 

84 
16 
13 
33 
25 
14 
41 



LAXD&. 



Add. 



34 



153 
16 

16 



11 



132 

in 



13 



S3 



134 

10 
47 



54 

82 
35 
86 

'87* 

ae' 



15 



168 
96 



Ded. 



19 
6 

32 



14 
14 

25 

26 
31 
22 

ii 
'36' 

15 

:i3 
37 

13 

10 

3 

83 

'27' 

7 



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11 

28 
19 
16 



20 

'34' 
24 

"22 

"22* 
17 
28 

16 



11 
84 
14 
11 
33 
13 
14 
41 



TOWX AXD CllT 

Lots. 



Add. Ded 



25 

Id 

6 



34 



153 
16 

iti 



11 
1*6(7" 



53 
134" 

*47" 



54 
88 
36 

87 

67* 



4 

35' 



176 
96 



32 



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14 
S5 

31 

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21* 

16 
37 

is' 

10 

i 
as 

6 



19 
12 
2» 
19 
IS 



24 

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23 

» 

«' 
16 
S3 
18 



10 
94 
14 
11 

33 

8 

15 

45 



5 

4 

16 



6 
30 
17 



7 
15 
17 



135 



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Statement — Continued. 



Srorsmi 

MonTtiie 

OjFla 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope. 

Piuaski 

Putnam 

KaiuMph . . . 

Richbod 

Jlitck Island. 

SaUne 

Ssujgamon. . . 
Schuyler... . . 

Scott 

Shelby. 

Stark 

St. Clair 

StephenaoD.. 

Tazewell 

rnitm 

Yermilion... 

Wabaah 

AVarreu 

Washington 

Wayne 

WMte 

Whiteside... 

WiU 

Williamaon . 

Winne 

Woodft 



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|Wo. 
urd... 



PiasoNAL Pbopbbty 



Add. 



40 



89 
S 



33 
.... 

22 



44 



5 

5 

72 

3* 
25 



Ded. 



19 
29 
tl 



10 
23 



21 

16 

20 

3 

ia" 



14 
26 
29 
40 
17 

is 

43 

28 



21 



36 
11 



LAND6. 


Town and City 
Lots. 


Add. 


Ded. 


Add. 


Ded. 


2 




2 






32 




32 




28 




29 




37 




17 


40 




» 






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16 




30 




38 


89 




89 




2 




2 






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i7 




19 




18 




19 




19 




3 




15 


22 




2i 






21 




2i 


2 




2 




22 




23 






20 




20 




37 




37 




28 




31 




40 




41 




17 




16 


44 




44 






12 




i3 




42 




42 




29 




28 


5 




5 




4 









72 




73 






20 


........ 


i9 


3 




4 




27 




25 






44 





50 


^ 


11 




11 







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136 



No. 28. 

Statement of rates per cent, of addition and dedvMinn^ determined bji tke 
State Board of Equalization, on assessment for 1873, of Railroad Pro- 
perty assessed by local Assessors. 



Counties. 


PBKflONALpBOPKSTT. 


TiANDB. 


TowNAXDCmr 

LOTB. 


Add. 


Deduct. 


Add. 


Dednct. 


Add. 


Deduct 


A<lA>n4 - T , , » - X 




10 

7 




1U 


• ••••••a 


18 


A lexftn<)er ... 






Bond 


35 








Boone 


27 
81 


fW 






Brown 




"iii ' 

16 


33 

14 
35 






Bureau ...» 


148 
16 


153 
16 

' "ii" 




Carroll 






Cass 


15 

16 

.23 


IS 


Chantiiaim ..'. 




14 


ChriBtian 




ss 


Clark 






Clay 




90 
30 

ai 








Clinton 










30 


CoIm. 




'*'i82"" 


23 

"■'36* 
15 

3:i 

37 


"iin" 


91 


Cook 


C8 




DeKalb 


38 
15 


•1 


I>eWltt 






l>oaglas 








Durage 




83 




6 


3T 


Edgar 


7 
10 




Kffiughani 






10 




Fayette 


8 
88 
85 

6 






5 


Ford 






S3 
37 

7 


"134" 


93 


Fulton 




87 


Oallatin 




1 




13 1 
10 
47 




G-rundy 






















Hancock r...r. , r,...,. 


18 
86 
18 
15 


ifl 




If 






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35 


28 
19 
If 




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36 


19 






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Jaokson ..................................... 


54 

35 
85 










Jersey 








84 










Jobnson 


87 


87 
""96* 










86 


86 


"""ai** 


99 


Kankakee ^.^-.^-.^ ^-^,-^, 


S4 






82 

87 




Knox 






94 








5 


4 
"'35" 




LaSalle 


96 


'"is" 


S2 

"ai"' 


96 




38 




Lee 


83 
17 

89 








""ito" 

9« 


16 


Macon 




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19 




48 
9 


168 
96 






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11 

84 
16 
83 
85 
14 




MAtrsball -...,--r--, -,.--, ^..-,-^ 






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M 
33 
13 
14 




94 






14 


MoDonouffh. .............................. 




39 








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15 






45 


\f APAAr 


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3 








7 

17 

8 








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11 




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37 


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83 
81 
18 


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Pike 






30 
13 




38 








JUuidolph 












137 



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PBB80NAL PBOPBKTT. 


Lauds. 


Town AND City 
Lots. 




Add. 


Deduct. 


Add. 


Deduct. 


Add. 


Deduct. 


^rhlmd . 




90 
3 




19 
3 






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15 


Saline 


as 




t^nm^D 


sa 


i" 

28 


31 




31 


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17 
13 

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31 


Stepheuon 




41 


T^weH 




16 


YflpRiiH^ni 






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13 


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5 

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[261] 



No. 30. 



Statement of ijie aggregate equalized assessment of the property of Rail- 
roads, for the year 1873. 



ISTAMK Oir COMPAKT. 



Alton ud St liOaU 

Bellerille and Southern Illinou 

Cairo and St. Lonia 

Cairo and Vinoennea 

Carbondale and Sbawneetoim 

CheMier and Taraaroa Coal and R. R. Co 

Chicago and Alton 

Cbieagn. finrUncton and Qaincy 

Cbieago, Danriile and Tloceonea 

Chicago and lo va 

Chicago and XorthwA«tom 

Chicago, Kock lalandand Padfie 

Chicago and Paei tie 

Chicago and Padncah 

Chic^o, Pekin and North WMtem 

Cbdnoati, LaFayette and Chicago 

Colamboa, Chicago and Indiana Central 

Coal Valley Minmjc Co 

SvansTiUe, Terra Hante and Chicago 

Gilman, Clinton and Springfield 

Gnad Tower and Carbondale 

Haonibal and Kaplea 

Ulinota and St. Louis 

Indianapolis, Blooniington and Western 

Indianapolis and Be I^oais 

Indiana and IHioois Central 

Joliet and Chicago 

Jaekaonville, Northweatem and Sontheastem. 

Joliet and Northern Indiana 

Lake Shore and Michigan Southern 

LaFayette, Bloomiitgton and Mississippi 

LoaisTilie. New Albany and St. Lonis 

Michigan Central 

Ohio and Mtasisaippi 

Paris and Danville 

Paris and Decatnr 

Peoria, Pekin and Jacksonville 

Peiiria and Bock Island 

Pekin, lAncAu and Deeatur 

Pittsburg, Ft. Wavne and Chicago 

Ply toonth. Kankakee and Pacific 

Bockford, Rock Island and St. Louis 

Bt Louis. Alton and Torre BLiute 

8t Louis and Sontkeastern 

6t Loais, Yandalia and Teire Haute 

St Louis, Jacksonville and Chicago 

Sptingllf'ld and Illinois Southeastern 

minefield and Northwestern 

Toledo, Peoria and VVarnaw 

Toledo, Wabash and Weslem 

Western Union 



Equalized 

value of 

personal 

property. 

lantTs and 

lots assess'd 

by local as* 

seesors. 



AB8B8BRD BY StaTB B*KD 

OF ISqualization. 



Equalised 

value of 

'ILR.tra4sk' 

and 'rolling 

stock. 



1,906 
15,350 

1.287 

971,657 

1, 167, 497 

40,063 

2,608 

1, 688, 882 

1, 861, 794 



639 

758 

877 

118, 213 



41, 351 

658, 128 

9.859 

49. 64) 

64.188 

332, :U>2 

20,649 

239, 177 

.'i,5U 

15, 489 

59,208 

19,966 



426. 5i?4 

262,828 

71,2:U 

1.623 

40.999 

13. 824 

646 

33C,9rj 



I8S8.123 



67,289 
11I,9pO 
135, 07» 
184. 4ri7 

18.747 

44, 9-21 
2,660 

77,671 
283, 4.32 

47.800 



Tofala I #9,592.154 



343,948 
1, 134. 757 

135,003 

285,097 

4,060.784 

10, 148, 147 

1, 045, 817 

7«?1. 207 
5, 723, 641 

3, 145, sua 

142,088 
511, 3:10 
a%7, 350 
359.218 
960.639 
:)8, 104 
62.572 
91 3. .161 
269,523 
472, 404 
2i:t 610 
1.016,764 
1,881.947 
55H.850 
535, 4ri2 
245, 3t^0 
16:), :i09 
3lf. 434 
876, 670 
110,203 
153, 9;i6 
1, 80.>, 448 
263, 575 
746. 650 
775. 338 
756, 894 
771.553 
259,417 



2, 146, 932 
823. 174 
2. 020. 338 
1,916,274 
1, 560, 937 
1, 350, 897 
15l,85:» 
2, 629, 367 
3.703. 131 
1,114,905 



$50, 317, 408 



Equalized 

value of 

capital 

stock. 



•387,893 

76!l. 274 

642,055 

1,099,887 

67. 454 

192,008 

5,924,747 

15, 429, 857 

760, 370 

558,085 

4,267,829 

2, 067, 052 

67, 912 

152, :oi 

347,392 

102,669 

346, 037 

3.836 

18, le5 

585.288 

425. 564 

3.V2, GOl 

169, 347 

4,299,890 

"164,683 
533.907 
188, 219 
2»8. 372 
:»), 498 
401. 042 
110,646 



3,496, 
164. 
455, 
205. 

1, 700, 

470, 

58, 

.•••0. 

1,004. 
8,919. 

103, 
2,173, 

479. 
1. 127. 

181, 
2,003, 
6,617, 

549, 



SIO 

991 
718 
663 
522 
851 
704 
000 
488 
184 
135 
694 
577 
649 
485 
415 
785 
412 



.1, 



Total equal- 
Ized value 
of K. R. pro- 
perty. 



^2-2 810 

769. 274 

987. -JOO 

2, 2.''»0. 000 

202. 608 

478. :«>2 

10.957,188 

36, 745, 501 

J,846.2:>0 

1.. 34 1. 900 

11.680.:{.-i2 

7,074 705 

210,000 

664. 300 

665. rm 

462. 764 

624. f«A 

4'i, 000 

80. 84:tf 

1,540.000 

1, 353. 215 
KJ4. 864 
43-^. 600 

5, 380, ITA 

2, 214, 249 
744. 182 

1, 30s 536 
43*>. 110 
467. 370 
701. 140 

1, 297. 67 P 
22U.849 
580, 5-JO 

5, 562 0(56 

mi 80O 

1, 204, UOO 

1.02i.OuO 

2,471.240 

1. 243. 0:iO 

65.'». (IU4 

.'iO, 000 

3.218,709 

.3.854.338 

2, '2,^^. 5.'.3 
4. 274. 4.'»5 
2, 05!!. 261 
2. 2."»:J. 4rt7 

•.iSa, (ilN) 

4.710. 4.KI 

10. 604. 348 

1.712. 117 



164,611,071 • $1.33, 520. Ii33 



[262] 



150 



No. 31 . 

Statement of the asaensment of the capital stock of the Western Union 
Telegraph Company^ and the Great Western Telegraph Company, by the 
State Board of Equalization^ for the year 1873, viz: Tlie Western Union 
Telegraph Company, $1,108,394, distributed to tlie following counties: 



COUNTIKS. 




A<lftni8 

Alexander 

B'Niue 

Bn> wn 

Bureau 

Camill 

CftHH 

Cliampaign 

Chriatiau 

Clay 

Cliuton 

Colea 

Cook 

CmnberlaDd 

DeKalb 

DoWitt 

I>i)Ugln8 

l>uPace 

Edjjar 

Eilwarda 

Ettingbam r 

•Fayette 

Ford 

Fa] ton 

Gallatin 

Gt-eene 

Gnindy 

Hiuuilton 

Htuicook 

Hoiiderflon 

Henry ^ 

IriHiiiois 

JncKson 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Ju Daviess 

Johnson 

Knno 

Kankakee 

Ki-ndall 

Knox 

]^ke 

LaSsUe 

La wreooe 

Lw< 

Livinf^ton 

I/Ojran 

MiMJon 

Macoupin 

l^f adison 

15arlon 

IklarsbaU 

llHSon 

>fi'DoDongh 

McHenry 

>lcLenn 

Menard 

Mercer 

Montgomery 

Motfran 

Moultrie 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

PIko 

Pnloski 

Pntnara 

Kandolph 

Richland 

Kock Island 

Saline 

Sangamon 

Schuyler 



9d 50 
14 

35 50 
36 

UK 75 
49 

se RO 

9-2.10 

09 

50 

30 

54 
372 73 
9 

44.75 

5b 90 

39 

65 

39 
4 

43 

37 

63 

93 10 

38 

61 80 

43 50 

34 

9;i 25 

7^ S5 
118 40 
115 

24 

20 

25 50 

48 

2^2 

80 75 

47 

33 50 

76 75 

77 90 
147 17 

26 

122 20 
122 50 
102 33 

91 

130 50 
101 20 

82 

47.40 

43 75 
77 

74 

200 85 
2^1.20 

44 75 
52 

77.30 
18 

44 80 
104.15 

41 

23 20 

71 33 
• 42 

21 
8 

20 
86 
30 

162 33 
25 



Amonnt. 



119.357 

2.751 

6,976 

5.110 

82 944 

8. 254 

11.555 

38. IW 

19.456 

9.«» 

5.i>96 

10,612 

Tl,253 

1,769 

8.'»4 

11,182 

7,eM 

12. n4 

7,664 

786 

8.254 

7.271 

12. :«i 
i*».-aw 

5.503 

12.145 

8.549 

6.682 

18.326 

14,199 

23.968 

»i.flOD 

4.716 

5.110 

.\0I1 

9,4XJ 

4. .123 
15.H89 

9.2» 
6.Sra 
15.083 
15,309 
»«,92« 
5,110 
24.015 
24.074 

SO. no 

17.8K1 

25.616 

19. <W 

16.115 

9.315 

8.598 

15.132 

14,543 

30,471 

4.5S9 

8,794 

10.219 

15.191 

3.337 

8.804 

20.468 

8.057 

4,539 

14.018 

8.23« 

4.127 

1.S72 

3.930 

16.901 

5. ^^96 
31.901 

i913 



151 



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Statement — ^Gontinaed. 



Couiniu. 



Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

Rt. Clair.... 
SteDhennon . 
Tauirell . . . 

ruloo 

Vermilioii .. 
Wabash.... 

Warren 

Waahington 

Wame 

White 

Whitmide.. 

Win 

Williamaon . 
Wionehaso . 
Woodford... 



Total 

Great Weatem Telegraph Company. 



Milea. 



30.30 

96 

35 
101.50 

57 80 

93 15 

39 

»7 fiO 

84 

55 06 

65 SO 

35 

76 

138 10 

116.16 

3 

55 SO 

54 



5.945.40 



Amount. 



•5.955 

5.110 

0.R78 

10. 947 

11,359 

18,109 

4.333 

10,180 

4,716 

10.834 

13. 87-2 

4.913 

14.936 

37.140 

33. 8» 

393 

10.907 

10, 613 



$1,168,394 
70,000 



Xon.— Ko apportloDment of the aaaeaament of the capital of the Great Weatem Telegraph Com- 
pany vaa made to countiea, for want of proper data. 



[264] 



152 



Ko. 32. 



Statement of the asttessment made by ilie State Board of Eqtwlization 
against the Capital Stock of corporationts. j^other than railroad and tele- 
graph) for tfie ;,ear 1873. 



Narao of Corporation. 



ADa.MS COTTKTr. 

Camp Point Manufactnring: Company 

Fowler Branch Fruit Preserving Company ... 

CxcolHior Stonn Works * 

Dick and Brothers' Bre werv 

German Insurance and Savings Institution . . . 

Qnincy Coal Comunny 

Vandevor Com Plan ter Company 

"West Steam Bell Kin<!er Company 

Suincy Stove and Fnrnaco Company 
orso liatlway and Carrying Company 

Oiiincy Glass Company 

Qnincy Uaiiway and Bridge Company 



ALEXANDER COUNTY. 

Cairo City Gas Company 

Cairo Box and Basket Company , 

Cairo Ferry Company 



BUREAU COUNTY. 

Princeton Sfannfao taring Company 

Buda Manufacturing Company 



CHAMPAIGN COUNTY. 
Champaign and Urbana Gas Lighi and Coke Company. 



Location. 



I 



Camp Point 

Fowler, Gilman T't 
Qnincy 



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Cairo 



Princeton. 
Buda 



Champaign 



Chicago. 



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Chicago 

South Chicago 



Chicago 

South Chicago 



Chicago. 



COOK COUNTY. 

Chicago Evening Mail Company 

American District Telegraph Company 

The Babcook Maun factoring Company > 

Eagle Works Mannfactnring Company 

Aldcn Fruit l*re8crving Ci»mpany 

Chicago White Lead and Oil Company 

Chicago Shot Tower Company 

Wai ner's Proprietory .Metlicine Company 

Kirby Carpenter Conipauy 

PruHsing Vinegar W<wks 

Chicago Plow Company 

The Schnrman and Hand Mantel Company 

Union Fonudery Wcirks 

Northwestern Ferl ilizing Company 

National Watch (>)mpuny 

Chamber of Commerce 

American insurance ( /ompany 

Globe Insurance Company 

Trailers' Insurance Company 

Atlantic and i*aciflc Insurance Company 

Chicago Life Insurance Company 

International Life Insurance Company 

Mutual Life Insuraiico Company 

National Life Insurance Company 

Protection Life Insurance Company 

Republic Life Insurance Company 

Safety Deposit Life Insumnce Company 

Teutonia Life Insurance Company 

The Tribune Company 

Chicago West Division Railway Company 

Chi<*4igo City Railroad ". 

North Chicago City Railroad Company 

Inter-Ocean Company 

Post Printinic Company 

II linois Stnats Zei tung 

Pullman Palace Car Company 

West Chicago Gas Light anil Coke Company 

North Chicago Rolling Mill .* 

Chicago Gas Light and Coke Company 

Northwestern Distilling Compiuiy '. 

Cornell Watch Company ' Cook county 

Union Fonudery Works ' Chicago 

Pacific Hotel Company j " 

Union Stock Yards I Cook county 

Chicago A Ichohol ^ Work a * 1 C hlcago 



West Chicago. 

Chicago 

South Chicago 



West Chicago. 

Chicago 

South Chicago 
Chicago 



South Chicago 



Chicago. 



Assessed 
value. 



6,Jh» 

iU.41« 

1I1.45P 

»l..'i60 
70.0U0 

6 ri8 
20. («0 

3.. 'MO 
633,060 



13. 3U 



61.£>96 



34.330 



6.440 
19. :{^ 
7i.C35 

117, rtO 

No ass'iot 

7.16ri 

4.^7#0 

32,S*J 

No ass'mt 

117.400 

6.5H0 

146. -^84 

No ass'int 

3oa,oeo 

374.310 
71. 144 
]:{|,«39 
105,(100 
177,190 
88. SO 
3W,y--i 
87S, i>a 
ia5.fiOt 
tid4,0€l 

:243,476 

fS»,000 
i..HM.a7i 

M6.74I 
:«.045 
M..V0O 

ai.AOft 

53. «0 
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ssi.aoo 
aa«,640 

3:10. 4UQ 

7d,l«0 

1 40. 000 

as9.6^ 

•VtO.OOO 

1.030,000 

SS,000 



153 



[205] 



Statement — Continaecl. 



Kame of CorpontUon. 



dbealb county. 



Sandiricfet Enterprise Company. 

Sandwich If annfactaring Comptw v 

Sycamore Manh Harrealer Hanumctnring Company. 



FAYETTB COUNTY. 

Oluiw Bottom Plank Boad Company 

Kntnal Building and SavingB Association 



FULTON COUNTY. 
Spoon River Stone Coal Manufactoring Company. 
Canton Driving Park Association 



GALLATIN COUNTY. 

Sqaafity Coal Company 

BowlesviUe Coal Mining Company 



Monis Bridge Company 



GRUNDY COUNTY. 



HARDIN COUNTY. 

Rose Clare Lead and Spar Company 

Cincinnati Lead and Spar Company 

Hardin Gonnty Mining Ct>mpany 

Bell Lead Minin«; Company 

Glen Gary Iron and Miniuf^ Company 

£tna Lead and Silver Mining Company 



HENRY COUNTY. 

Eenney Mannfactnring Company 

Anderson i>team Heater Company 

lathropo Coal Mining Company 



JACKSON COUNTY. 

Big Hnddy Iron Company 

Gartside Coal Company 



KANE COUNTY. 
Sncar Grove Cheese Manufacturing Company. .. 

Valley Woolen Company 

Illinois Iron and Bolt Company 

Fox River Manufactnriug Company .- 

Blgin Gasette 

Elgin City Banking Company 

DUnois Condensing Company 

Udina Cheese Manafactnring Company 

XTnited Stales Wind Engine and Pump Company 

Batavia Paper Manufacturing X)ompany 

Challeuge Mill Com^iauy 

AnroTa Silver Plate Mannfacturing Company 

Aurora Gas Light Company 



KNOX COUNTY. 

Hochants' and Mechanics' Bank 

Galesburj; Printing Company 

Oss Light and Coke Company 

Frost Mannfacturing Company 

Gslesburg Hotel Company 



Location. 



Sandwich. 
Sycamore. 



Vandalia. 



Canton. 

« • 



Equality — 
BowlesviUe 



Morris.. 



Hardin county. 



1 1 
1 1 
1 1 



Geneseo.. 
Ke wanes 



Assessed 
value. 



125, 80.^ 
95, H77 
6A,0U9 



1.390 
69tf 



3,S89 
5, GOO 



10, WW 



1 31« 



52, .WO 
l(i:>,1MN> 

"lO.UOO 
1U.*>. (>0O 
10.\ cou 
175.000 



3. :>5n 

57, 0-il 
11.018 



Grand Tower 
Murphysboro . 



Sugar Grove 

Carpenters ville . . . . 

Elgin .".'!*. 



< I 



I • 
Batavia. 



« I 



Aurora 
1 1 



Galesburg 



« « 



Ottawa 






Marseilles 



^ lasalle county. 

w Sit cm Cu tlery Com pan y 

Ottawa G lass Com pany 

Ottawa Gas Light and Coke Company 

BlhMis Starch Company 

Otlawa Bolliiing and Homestead Savings Company 

HarBeilJss Manufacturing Company 

Marseilles Land and Water Power Company 

BlinoiM Aj^ricaltural Works. I 

Seneca Bridge Com pany Seneca.. . 

Illinois Valley Coal Company , Oglenby. 

Pbflenix Glass Company LaSalle 

LsSaUe Planing Mill Company 

■Northern IDinois C<ial ana Iron Company 

liathieson and Higler Zinc Company 

Psni Coal Companv ■ - - 

ThelllinoisKiver!Bridge Company of Peru, Illinois 



LAWRENCE COUNTY, 
w abash Valley Agrtcultoral and Mechanical Association. 



I i 



Peru 



'Bridgeport. 



No ass lut 


0e,05U 


.■*o 


6,650 


7,0OU 


5. :k)0 


8. 047 


17. 5<m 


6, r^\fi 


!i:i2 


P,J!h> 


27,110 


yjj.oii 


25, 444 


40,900 


GO. 5 >5 


No a»H'iiit 


5,299 


11,414 


5,830 


956 


€1.4-20 


17,700 


17. :i99 


61.309 


30, 404 


463 


4. 095 


10. 5"i8 


46, im 


2, 759 


1.766 


1.307,810 


192 00€ 


521.746 


43. 570 



1,131 



[266] 



154 



Statement — ^Continued. 



Name of Corporation. 



MACON COUNTY. 

Decatur EolHnp Mill 

Decatur Agricultural Works 

Decatur Guiis Light and Coke Company 

MACOaPIN COUNTY. 

Macoupin Democratic PrintlD); Association 

Macoupin Prlutinsr Company 

Carlinville Gas Light Company 

UenderHon Loan and Real Estate Association 

Bunker HiU Bank 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Alton Hollow-ware and Glass Company , 

A Iton Gas Com pany 

Alton and Upper Alton Horse Kailway and Conveying Company 

MARSHALL COUNTY. 

Lacon Woolen Manufacturing Company *... 

Henry City Bridge Company 

McLean county. 

McLean Coal Company 

Phcenix Savings, Loan and Trust Company 

People^e Bank of Bloomlugttm 

Leader Company 

Work { n pn en *s Co-operati re Company 

Bloomi ngton Stove Company 

Bloomington and Normal B!orse Railway Company 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 
Litchfield Car Manofactariug Company 

MORGAN COUNTY. 
Jacksonville Gas Light and Coke Company 

PEORIA COUNTY. 

Central City Horse Railway Company 

Peoria Horse Rail way Com pany 

Peoria Gas Light Company 

PERRY COUNTY. 

Beanoonp Coal Company 

Denny Coal Mining Company 

DuQuoin Star Coal Mining Company 

Enterprise Coal and Coke Company 

Son Coal and Coke Company 

PIKE COUNTY. 

Griggsville Manufacturing Company 

Hannibal Bridge Company 

RANDOLPH COUNTY. 

Barnard Coal and Transportation Company , 

Illioois and Missouri Coal Company 

Kaskaskia River Navigation Company 

Sparta Steam Flouring Mills Company 

ROCK ISLAND COUNTY. 

Barnard Sc Leas Manofacturing Company 

Deere &Co 

Dimmick, Gould ^ Co 

Moline Wagon Company 

Holine Watvtr Power Company 

Moline Malleable Iron Works Company 

Moline Plow Company 

Moline Pump Company 

WilUams, Wliite&Co 

Moline and Rock Island Street Railway Company 

B. D. Buford &Co. 

Rock Island Woolen Manufacturing Company , 

Kook Island Stove Company 

Rock Island Gas Light and Coke Company 

Rock Island Glass Company 

Victor Scale Company 

SALINE COUNTY. 
1 1 linois Iron and Coal Company , 



Location. 



Decatur 



Carlinville. 



• t 



1 1 
BuBkerHili! 



Alton. 



( i 



Lacon. 
HeuT}'. 



Bloomington. 



Litchfield 



Jacksonville.. 



Peoria 



• I 



PinokneyviUe. 

Denny 

DuQuoin 



Perry Co. 



Griggs ville 
Hannibal .. 



Chester 



• • 



Sparta 



Moline. 

• t 

I i 
« < 

• I 

I I 



Rock Island. 



valne. 



|iaB.:so 

98, HI 

21. as 



No J 



No 



U99 



8.461 

16,04 
13.781 



10,309 



38,319 

m 

ass'mt 

411 

15,8S1 



Baum Station. 



No ass'at 



45, 4« 



13, en 

14,913 



m 

S.SM 
No ass'mt 
4.7* 



10,944 

74. C» 



l.9» 
4i9B8 
5B.7W 
10,500 



93. »0 
13S3n 
149, S44 
103. 514 

8. on 

165.140 
98.819 
W.7I4 

18. 6» 
73L03B 
I0l4« 
11.5* 
SX3I0 
65,111 
93.090 



1.54J 



r 



155 



[207] 



Statement — Con tin ued. 



Name of Gorporatioii. 



SANGAMON COUNTY. 

S»n«r«iuon DUiillfng Coropaiiy 

BntvUv IWitil Mini nj; Com pMiy 

9<prJD£rf1r*l*l Walfh Company 

Spiiii;:t}i*lfl Ii^m Coiupiiiiy .* 

Sprtnstieiil Hoi«*l Coropnny 

Kpiiii^tieiil Murine and Fife Insarmooe Company 

wnstern C«iaiil 2klininff Company 

Ilptiiijrfielil Sa^inica Bank 

I|(riuf[liflil GmH Liirhfc Company 

jtpriiisfi«>ld Mannfiictarin}; Company 

lUiiMiiii Joumsil Company 

SpiiMgUeld Ci ly Railway Company 



rtT. CLAIR COUNTY. 

Tsion Kews and Job Piinunir Company 

BeltevUlnNaii Mill Company 

St. LuuIh National Stock Yards 



STEPHENSON COUNTY. 

Fknnera' Inanrance Compnny 

Gennan Inanrance Company 



VERMIUON COUNTY. 

Osnville Gas LightCompany 

XbworthCoal Company 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 
Kingsbozy Coal Ck>inpany 



WHITESIDE COUNTY. 
Lyndon Hvdraolic and ManufJActoriDg Company 

Kerstftne Mannfact nring Company . ,. 

Eureka Manafacturing Comimny 

Union Maunfaetaring Company 

Empire Feed Mill Company 

Sterling Mercantile Company 

^rllng Mineral Paint Company 

Sterling ISurial Case Company 

Sterling Wind Engl ne Com pany 

String ISiidge Company 

Sterling School Furniture Company 

Sjerling Hydraulic Company 

oWrling Mannfactniing Comx>any 

Stirling Wind Mill and Pump \VorkB 

VUliamB A Orton Manufacturing Company 



WILL COUNTY. 

Joliet Iron and Steel Company 

JoUet Sun Company 

JiAltt Mann/actoring Company 

Joiiet Gaa Light Company 

JoitPt MoiftidCompany 

Locknort PaperCompany 

The Kankakee Company 



WINNEBAGO COXTNTY. 

Eockford Insurance Company 

Eoekfintl Gas Company 



Location. 



Asucsscd 
value. 



Howlett.. 

Beri'lay . . . 
Spriiigflpld 
S|iiiii;:11<>MT'p 



|15,h:i 
49.000 
61.4(19 

100.111 



Spi ingtield | No rss'ii t 

iil'2, no 
i.M. oo:i 

GM.O-^ 

18. 173 

4, 161 

«i,380 



1 1 
1 1 

I ( 
t i 

I I 
• t 



Belleville 

East St, Louis. 



Frceport. 



Danville T'p. 



Dubois. 



Lyndon . .. 
Kock FaUs. 



Sterling. 



1 1 
1 1 
i I 
( I 

I « 
1 1 
1 1 
i i 
i I 



Total 



JoUet 

« t 



1 1 
1 1 



Lockjiort . . . 
Wilmington 



Rock ford 



2.088 

eL.^'iO 

'3.50,000 



17. 095 



33.584 
4,105 



97,635 



ao.n74 

86. »46 

ir*. 844 

11,<I31 

17.216 

38.520 

15, 263 

l.\ 547 

1.-175 

6.402 

103. 392 

,''.. B.Vi 

7. 707 

8.900 

41, 071 



11,844 
3.311 

26.479 

26.324 
3. 279 

37. 470 
686.416 



iM.7«>9 
28.040 

•30.730,057 



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No. 34. 

Statement of property assessed for the year 1874, in the several pountiesy 

as returned to the Auditor's office. 



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COUKTISB. 



I'fCook.... 
t < DuPage. 
3 n^ke ... 



4 liMme 

DeKalb. 

Kue 

IfcHenry .. 
Winnebiigow. 



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Stephesflon 
Whiteeide . 



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Henry 

Lee 

Putnam 

Itock Island 



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.Sendall. 
iUSiiUe. 
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Iroquois . . . 
Kankakee. 
LirlnpitOD. 
UarshaU .. 
Woodford. . 



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Fulton. 
Knox. . 
Peoria. 
Surk. . 



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Hancock 

Henderaon.. 
McDonongh 

Mercer 

Schuyler 

Warren 



Adams.. 
Bmwn. . 
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.Greene. . 
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iPike ... 



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Menard .. 
Morgan... 
Sangamon 
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83.153 
6.300 
7,788 

5,939 
13,478 
10.489 
10,60P 
10.546 

8,574 

9,601 

16.163 

11.718 

12,093 

16,838 

16, 451 

11,034 

3.650 

8,083 

7,905 

7,301 

24.139 

14,120 

7.008 
17.184 

8,531 
19.758 

7.944 
11,088 

16. 841 

16, 541 

13,960 

6,694 

15,941 
6,476 

13,880 

10.984 
7,259 

12,266 

14,333 
5.039 
2,368 
8.573 
4.493 

12,064 

4,490 
12.531 

5,520 

6.12:1 
18.003 

3,232 

8.196 
12.990 

5,905 
84,802 
12.611 

17,204 
11.405 

7.823 
11.831 

7.663 
16,813 



Talae. 



1902.814 
199,811 
845,618 

362,186 
717, 281 
62tt,3b9 
."US. 586 
604.824 

460.879 
4rj. 059 
972,397 
656,625 
621,523 

346,565 

817, 458 
674. 717 
181.837 
324,647 



At. 



138 97 
31 73 
31 55 

60 98 
5:1 32 

59 71 

50 48 
57 35 

53 75 
49 37 

60 16 
56 06 

51 39 

20 59 
49 69 

61 15 
49 81 
40 16 



Caitli. 



303, 147 38 35 

373,6171 51 04 

1,353,073 56 05 

574,992' 40 78 



874.794 
789,383' 
656, 684 
369,8071 

663.0071 
32:1.008 
683.956, 
439. 149 
317.417 
6-J8, 736 

600.887 
352, 4:W 
119. .340 
411,870 
331. :U5 
570 494 

195. 828 
604.631 
ST). 040 
307,9271 
801,315 
161. 699 1 

384,536 
747. 870 
289.4031 
1,249. i:i2' 
700, 117 

941,469 
423. 722 
391. 7M 
690, 66.'i 
33.\4.'J7 
735, 4T9 



347,947 49 65 

854,072! 49 70 

408, SOU 47 80 

1,031,468, 52 21 

408. 8J9, 51 47 

473, 831 ! 42 73 



53 86 
47 72 

47 04 

55 34^ 

41 59 
49 88 

49 20 
39 97 
4:1 73 
51 20 

41 93 

50 10 

50 40 

48 04 

51 49 

47 29 

43 61 

48 25 

49 46 
no 29 

44 51 

50 03 

46 92 

57 57 

49 01 

50 36 
55 5S 

M 73 
37 15 
50 08 

58 .18 
43 77 
43 74 



No. 



Yalue. 



41,358 
19.581 
32,688 

18,894 
47,863 
36.329 
38.:i64 
38,741 

35,281 
39.014 
48, 482 
38,9:H) 
38,339 

49, 131 
4:1. 768 
38,756 
8,168 
21,023 

20,143 
19,010 
56,392 
39,391 

11,854 
37,941 
19,865 
:«,507 
17, :«6 
20,940 

.')6,999 
41, 462 
2.% 9:14 
16,638 

34,499 

17, 554 

31,319, 

30,7181 

15.658; 

37,500 

29.093 
9.959 
5.182 

17, Wid 
7,390 

24,001 

10, 075 
22,508 
16, 515 
15. 962 
46. 848 
6,945 

18.611 
24. 872 
9,573 
53,436 
21,202 

31, ISH 
30,120 
1.5, 9«l 
21.479 
13. l.W 
39,885 



Av. 



1365,854 
830,681 
352,841 

310.111 
825, 907 
778,011 
656, 8:» 
435,428 

351.106 
341. 031 
816.482; 
366.574' 
616, 97J' 

345,580 
653,3.55 
619,608 
156,831 
3n,439 

354.962 

885."127 

1,011.839 

461, 991 

313, 3.56 
619.375 
379.809 
611.913 
272, 740 
356,157 

665,956 
841,543 
447. 080 
336,020 

550,827 
:J01, 440 
618, 356 
438. 194 
343, 805 
513, 650 

417. 475 
152,590 
64, 950 
339,966 
111.125 
362 64:i 

170, 848 
388, 831 
414.874 
285,000 
1, 086, 522 
111,465 

353,3.38 
610, 851 
139,839 
1,36.5,954 
444, 905 

634. 135 
.304.610 
320. 7«5< 
.500, 298 
2.36. 792 
758, 997 



18 87 
11 73 
11 17 

16 41 
IT 36 
31 42 

17 13 
14 80 

13 89 

11 74 
16 84 

12 67 
16 09 

7 04 

14 93 

16 76 

19 20 

13 20 

13 66 

15 00 

17 94 

11 73 

17 91 

16 :« 

14 09 

17 2:J 

15 68 

17 01 

18 00 

20 30 
17 34 
20 20 

15 97 

17 17 

19 74 

14 36 

15 57 

18 68 

14 35 

15 32 

12 53 

19 98 
15 04 

15 11 

16 96 

17 28 
35 12 

17 85 

23 19 
16 05 

18 99 

24 60 

14 61 
83 69 
80 98 

30 01 

15 14 

20 16 
33 29 

18 01 

19 03 



Muucs AND Assies. 



No. 



491 
98 
83 

86 
324 

810 
80c 
316 

359 
34:1 
367 

428 
370 

767 
1,1.55 
871 
128 
520 

395 
863 

889 
534 

1,196 

1,990 

395 

1,465 

895 

417 

891 
80G 
709 
366 

1,940 
607 

1.870 
933 

47H 
778 

2,525 
692 
444 

1,475 

667 

1,833 

693 
2,748 

9.36 

830 
3,713 

373 

678 
1,861 
1,900 
1,863 

665 

1,852; 
l,13(>i 
1,041< 
1.817 
907 
1,730. 



Value. 


Av. 


•19, 923 
3. 0.15 
8,390 


$40 57 
30 97 
88 80 


5, .5.5 1 
17.204 
I'A, 6.53 
Ifl, 1:10 
15,219 


64 55 
53 10 

65 01 
48 70 
48 16 


13,067 
1:), 448 


50 45 
.55 34 



23.200 
37,375 
80, 322 

10, ORH 
60,803 
14. 673 
6, O.'^iO 
81, 993 

14, 830 
12, 579 
52, IHH 
22, b2:j 

75,1P7 
70.C07 
18,115 
91. 343 
14. SUTi 
80, 012 

56.053 
41,522 
34. 404 
80, 510 

93,001 
32,565' 
76,2:19, 
38, e59 



23, a-».5 



41,770 

124. 979 
38,3021 
30.4151 
74.7l;jj 
44. 829 

109. 9.56 

.33, 630 
170. (J71 

58,406 

50,444 
198, 37:1 

S;{. 849 

37,578 
132. 94U 

io<), 79:1 

10.i, 098 
41,411 

127. 1.57 
48. 863 
62. 527 

128.<5;17 
46. 908 
87,295 



63 22 
63 96 
54 92 

50 97 
.52 64 

54 14 

51 9H 
42 3U 

37 .57 
47 8:} 

59 .58 
42 74 

62 87 
.35 48 
45 86 

62 35 
M 4ii 

47 99 

63 91 
51 52 

48 52 
56 12 

47 94 
5:< 65 

60 03 
41 65 

48 17 
53 69 

49 SO 

55 35 
68 50 

50 65 
67 21 

50 99 

48 .53 
62 11 

62 40 
60 78 
53 43 

63 94 

55 42 
71 44 
.56 0.1 
55 :<4 
62 37 

(in 66 
4{ 01 
60 06 
70 ?0 

51 82 
50 45 



[272] 



160 



Statement — Continned. 



S 
a 



Cattle. 



COCXTtU. 



Xo. 



10 



15. Crawford... 

CUrk 

Ciimberlaiid 

E<!gar 

EtUngham .. 

Jasper 

Lawrence. . . 

Moultrie 

Shelby 



Bond , 

Clay 

Clioton , 

Kayftte 

Marion 

Montgomery. 
Wanblustou . 



17'Maconpin . 

iMiidiaon ... 

'Mooroe 

1st. Clair ... 

( 
Id Alexander.. 

Jackson 

Ji»hnson ... 

Massac 

I>iTy , 

l*npe 

Pulaski.... 
Itnudolph . . 

Union 

WilUamson 



10 ;TCi1 wards. 
Franklin. 
Gallatin . 
iluBiilton. 
i Hardin . . 
Jefferson. 
Kicbland. 
Siline ... 
Wabash . 
"Wayne . . 
White... 



ToUls 



6,461 

8.216; 

5.061. 

11.931 
6.447 
5,752 
5.414, 
C,i»9 

14,433 

5.044 
6,895 
6,745 

10.611 
8.415 

11.453 
5,482 

14. 795 
11, 403 

7,062 

1.405 
4,706 
2,574 
l,5d4 
3.917 
2,878 
1,702 
6,258 
4. 1G2 
3,800 

2,741 
4.783! 

3.imi 

4.0P2; 

1.213i 

7,3a0t 

5.568) 

3,450 

3.853 

7,7r9, 

5,890 



Talne. 



At. 



•279,004 
318, 999 
144, 941 
375.764 
237,837 
906,462 
167. 452 
337,827 
698,996 

199,395 

S89.064 

314, 724 

421,862 

327,971. 

427. 495 i 

278.887 



351,718; 
555,2991 

166.025, 
428,762 

56,3a'i' 
165.141 

HI, 656. 

74,7i.»0' 
132,632' 
129,560! 

40,369 
266.442 
160.4481 
152.7331 
I 
123.538 
177,847' 
129,340; 
123,6171 

5r>,9>50' 
209,579, 
2*1.476! 
126, 919 
124.315 
272,394 
156,556 



926, 573; 48, 549, 570 



$43 16 

38 83 
28 64: 
31 49 1 

36 89' 
35 89; 

30 91; 
48 27: 
48 43 

35 33 
41 92 

46 66 

39 76 
38 97 

37 33 
50 87 

23 77 

48 70 
43 :m) 

60 7l| 

40 131 

35 09* 

31 721 

47 17 
3:1 86 
45 02 
23 73 
45 77 

38 55 

40 19 

45 07 

37 18 

41 48 
30 29 

46 15 
28 63 
40 13 

36 79 
43 57 
34 97 
26 56 



$45 92 



MCLBS AXD AfiSI 



Ko. 



10.969 
14.229 

8,475 
30,755 
13,572 
11.75» 

9,379 
11,500 
94,244 

9.849 
12,700 
10, 514 
22,072 
13.783 
17,637 

8,948 

96.496 

13, 101 

3.805 

7,646 

4,079 
8,343 
4,901 
4,006 
5,558 
6,126 
3,482 
8.808 
6,598 
5,968 

5,060 
6,265 
5,302 
6,518 
3,106 

10,196 
9,472 
5,362 
4,333 

16,257 
9,650 



2043,327 



Talae. > At 



1117.591 
146.005 

70.333 
362.750 
192,412 
122,644 

84.464 
190.376 

401, rai 



I 

117,415, 
144,611' 
146,048 
977.908, 
142,477 
936, 161 • 
109,363; 

I 

211,837' 
921. 813 
44,995 
153,324 

35,663' 

72, 451 

41,285; 

34.417 

49.415. 

59,4311 

98,476; 

94,677' 

58,725 

64,745 

59.894 

58.844 
57.459 
55,066 
37,250 
•7,87H 

109,094 
53.746 
45,350 

141, 531 
69.918 



111 44 

10 26; 

8 30; 

11 79 

9 02I 

10 45 
900, 

16 431 
16 57 1 

I 

11 93< 

11 39' 
13 89| 

12 50 

10 341 

13 39. 
19 92 

8 02 
16 93 
11 6:1 
19 92 

( 



8 741 

8 68; 
8 421 
8 59 

8 89> 

9 70 
8 18 



10 75 

8 90 
10 81 

10 41 

9 39 

10 84 
8 45I 

11 99 
8 02 

10 78| 

10 02 

10 71 > 

8 71, 

6 52 



No. 



611 

874' 
629 
1,470 
702, 

7771 
506 
847 
1,975; 

938 
1.303 
1,547 
1.306 
1.451 1 
9,172 
1.285: 

2,582. 
3.9691 
1.130 
2,972 

I 

574; 

l,369i 
l,42t>' 
1,003| 

973, 
1,146 

403 1 
1,473! 
l,187j 
1,942. 

539, 
1,724| 

857. 

900| 

494 
2,421 

814 
1.400 

527 
1,581 
1.129 



31,996,3741 15 631 107,554 



Taloe. 



f97, 970 
31,139 
19.«75 
47, ISA 
28,567 
26.861 

45^573 
100,709 

33.640 

6I,99B 

86,743 

55.463 

60.537J 

80.«24 

80.388 



59.185 
335,069 

68. 8U, 
S34.787 



4ti 

3f 
44 
3» 
5t 
31 
ttl 



96.405 

57.848 
48. 98^ 
44.553' 
38.410 
60.544 

13,140; 

91.4801 
55.907i 47 
80.438 41 

97.405 

75,453 

38,962' 

95.878. 

29.955 

74,602! 

35.467; 

56.7461 

94,160 

56.979 

33,170 



5, 419, 794 ISO H 



167 



[27d] 



Statement — Coi i tin ned. 



s 

n 



Conrnn. 



I CCook.... 
2, < DaPAge 
3 (L*ke ... 



4 BomiA 

jDeKalb.... 

K«DO 

{MeHenry .. 
Winnebago 



SiCarroll 

JoDavIean. 

lO?le 

St«pbenflon 
WblUAide . 



6 Bnreftu . 
Henry .. 

Jjr^ 

Potimm. 



I Rock Inland 



7 GmndT. 

Kendall. 

LaRalle. 

•Will.... 



8 Ford 

laofft ... 

cakee . 

Livingatou 

Harsba]!... 

'Woodford.. 



Iroqai 
Kanki 



9: 



I 



Fiiltor 
Knox . . 
Pw>ria 
RUrk.. 



10 Ham-ock 

Hendemon. . 
tllcDonongb 

; Meroer 

'HcbuTler 

.Waiwn 



lliAdaroa . 
Brown .. 
Calbonn. 
Greene . 
Jersey.. 
IPike.... 



19 CaM 

Chriatian. 
Menard... 
Morgan... 
Sangamon 
Seott 



13 



DeWltt. 



MeLean. 
TaaeveU 



14: Champaign 

^Colea 

Donglaa ... 




Mjelodbonb and 

OXGASB. 



Plati 

VetvlUon 



297 
177 

s:{4 

201 
4S6 
422 
.Tr6 
446 

241 

309 
,•537 
43:) 
48.5 

490 
375 
321 
89 
232 

111 
211 
531 
243 

7P 
209 

SS 
256 
133 
193 

309 
364 
3:n 

184 

357 
126 
284 
228 
70 
275 

.346 
74 
12 
64 
27 

179 

82 
210 

87 
134 
231 

48 

100 

129 

79 

279 

176 j 

242 
CO 
62 

176 
69 

199 



$11,599 
4.968 
5,814 

12,821 
2r\ 446 
25. 522 
20.498 
21,735 

11.713 
16, 005 
34,797 
24,028 
23,179 

10.270 
15, 145 
10,419 
6,865 
10.260 

4.042 
15.028 
27,793 

6 846 

4,550 
9.441 
3, 075 

14, 101 
6, .■>:« 

11,240 

19. 4:£! 
24,199 
19,464 
11.909 

in, 495 
7,188 

16,885 
8,155 
3.925 

17,992 

18,662 
5.455 
1,000 
2,510 
1,710 

12,350 

4,565 

11,883 
5.330 
5,545 

12,182 
2,879 

10,073 

0,520 

4.020 

19,791 

10, 152 

13, 870 
3.693 
3,418 

11,458 
3,195 

11,908 



$39 05 
28 07 
24 85 

63 79 
r^ 73 
60 48 

54 52 
48 73 

48 60 
51 80' 

64 80 

55 49! 
47 79 

20 96 

40 3»: 

51 15 
77 13 

44 22 

36 41 
71 23 

52 34 
28 17 

58 33 

45 17 
36 18 
ft5 08 

49 13 
58 24 

62 89 
66 48 

58 80 

64 72 

54 60 

57 05 

59 45 
35 77 

56 07 

65 43 

53 94 
73 72 
83 23 
39 22 

63 33 

60 33 

55 67 

56 50 

61 26 

41 38 

58 74 
60 98 

100 73 
73 57 

50 90 
70 94 

57 68 

57 31 

42 94 
55 11 
65 07 

46 30 
50 84 



FRAKCHT0E6. 


ANNtTnXS AlTD 
ROYALTISB. 


No. 


Valae. 


At. 


Ko. 


1 
Value. 


At. 


15 


$19. 150 


1,876 66 


3 


•1,150 
60 
50 


1383 33 


1 


155 


155 00 


1 


50 00 








3 


920 
1,425 


475 00 


















a,' 400 














1 


500 


500 00 












432 

308 




• ' 


125 
1,535 




'* 




6 


855 83 


... 






• . • 








295 






150 














i.666 


........ 




"5,550 
































2,161 




















8 


312 
180 


156 00 




600 




















8 


700 


350 00 










1 


144 

2,168 

2,000 

200 

300 

800 


144 00 

871 00 
8,000 00 








8 
1 


8 


7,767 

400 

1,700 


970 87 








1,700 








820 


















19 
1 


1,922 
1,000 


101 16 








1000 00 


















6,100 






1,500 












1 


300 


300 00 












8,000 




























696 


























1 


800 


800 00 


1 


1,000 


1000 00 


8 


5,500 


8,750 


1 


8,150 


8150 00 




















8 


438 


810 00 




4,800 










1 
1 


100 
115 


100 00 


3 


1,250 


416 67 


115 00 




50 






12 
300 








1 


300 00 


1 


900 


900 00 

















...•••.. 









(274j 



Statement — Oontinaed. 



1 


CO.™. 




BKur. 






HOOS. 






I 


Ho. 


Value. 


At. 


No. 


Value, 


At. 


So, 


™.. ^., 










tin 

8( 


Rffi 

4S,&;l 
n;4i; 

38,789 


34,308 
30, 8M 
afi,0S8 


|3M 

1 4S 

IW 

3 31 

1 40 

M 

1 03 

1 76 
[ 08 




. , 






J:S:; ,;« 

34, «J 81,033 

30,9*1 B4;i8C 
13,9ei( II,I8« 

4;4t:! siEw 

17,001 17,438 

«:»» it:e» 

1.SS7 1.303 
0,311 •.313 

i,m'i 3. mi 

4,8lv: 4,748 

8,'00"' 10,«1« 
O.OOi ^7B1 
11,110 11,781 

ll.flu 13. SM 

'iS- '5!S 
as; ifs 






ga£?K..- 


isi 8.370, ia« 

32 8,0451 3M« 






js! ^i^i ^J 










3C 

3? 
30 

SI 








"•™i '"" 






j 






1 wi ai.!W 

1 isj aoisoi 


43,81! 

75,111 
S7,051 

S;S 

as 

7,8«4 

m;73i 
ie,»ii 

15S 
























'is; ss 




Mmo Id 












101 
M 

1 33 

M 

1 01 
Ml 

T5 


i«;387 

7,483 

90,880 
13,031 

1 

18; as 

i«:4<s 

its 

8.401 

as 

14,7m 

US 

34,311 










































































PnakUn 


s? ^:»o ^2 


















;''i' ;i 














10,580 
13,0*3 


10.305 


















1 07 








KOl 10.750 5JJ » 








U»t,831 


ti.mo,OM 


34!n,BI3 


I8.ra,4« 










■ 



163 



[276] 



Statement — Gontiuued. 



Si 



COUNTIBS. 



(Cook ... 
DnPase 
Lake ... 



i 



BOODA 

BeKolb 

Kaoe. 

McHenry . . 
Winnebago 



Carroll 

JoDavleas . 

Ogle 

Stephennon 
Wblteeide . 



Bureau 

Henry 

Lee 

Patnam 

Rock Island 



Gmndy. 
Kendall 
LaSteUe.. 
WIU. .. 



Ford 

Iroqaoia . . . 
Kankakee . 
Livingston 
Uars£ftll . . 
Woodford 



Fulton 
Knox. 
PewU 
Stark.. 



lOjHancock 

! Henderson.. 
' HcDonougb 
IMeroer 

Schajler . . . 

Warren 



11 



Adams . 
Brown .. 
Calhoun. 
Greene . 
JtTMy .. 
Pike ... 



IS 



Cass 

Chii«tlan.t 
Iftsnard... 
Morgan... . 
San^moQ 
Scott 



FlRK OB BUEOLAS- 

Pboof Sahes. 



Ko. 



Yalae. 



610 ; $59,740 
10; 875 

22 895 



S4 
98 
110 
96 
71 

^ 
74. 
47' 
101 
80 
I 
<». 

*3 
49i 

89 

90 

15 

911 

84 

89 
36 
39 
91 
46 
40 

97 
80 
79' 



11 
6' 
94, 

95 
7 

«; 

I 

136' 
14 

U' 
JO 

9 
'iO' 

33; 

37 
911 
10 
110' 
96 
I 




14 



Cbarapaiiro ' 85 1 

Colesr. 35 

Donglafl t 43 

Maeon 1 30 

Piait I 99, 

▼snnlUoD. • 55' 



1.945 
3.833 
7,115 
9,130 
4,556 

1.485 
4.965 
5,345 

6.685 
5,694 

1.581 
9,605 
9,610 
790 
5,505 

1,810 

1,160 

14. 574 

5,170 

9,825 
9,465 
1,815 
6,764 
9,649 
4,070 



Av. 



187 93 
49 19 
40 68 

51 88 

73 71 
64 68 
81 99 
64 17 

55 00 
57 63 

113 79 
66 19 
70 30 

39 96 

60 60 
69 14 

158 00 

61 87 

90 50 
77 00 

69 an 

61 55 

97 41 
68 47 

56 79 

74 33 

57 43 
101 75 



7,T45 89 09 

10.965 137 06 

6.0901 76 90 

1,795 94 47 

1, 160 105 45 
5051 84 17 



71 59 
76 99 
37 14 

108 38 



BILLIAKD, PlOlON- 

HOLi, etc.. Tables. 



3.866 

1.905 

960 

3,665 



5.865 43 13 
1,988! 142 00 
935 39 17 
9.690<2G0 00 
9. 070 230 00 
9,896 141 40 

1. 970 99 70 
3.700 100 00; 
9,070 146 19; 
9,441 944 10 
9, 133 83 03; 
1.365 59 50 

3, 110 194 38 
5,390 96 95 
9, 350 78 33 
11,940 103 19 
7, 160 95 47 

7, 955 85 35 
9,960 84 60 
5.066 117 67 
6, 890 997 3:i 
1. 995 90 ft) 
7,735 140 64 



Ko. 



566 

S3 
13 

1 

18 
37 
11 
90 

15 
13 
15 
99 
49 

94 

191 

19 

9 

49 

19 
19 
95 
69 

10 
91 
93 

35, 

90 

13 

1 

14 
9: 

37 
9, 

15 
2' 

11 
4 



Value. 



32, 
3' 



5 



m\ 



I81 

96' 

s 



19 
17 
18 
321 

98 

33 
14' 
5 

16; 

99: 



149.959 
585 
835 

40 

1,435 

4,090 

630 

8,195 

1.990 
695 
1.770 
9,150 
4,033 

1.090 
9,960 
1,765 
45 
4,995 

9,145 
9,270 



At. 



674 66 

95 43 
64 23 

40 00 
79 79 

no 54 
57 27, 

106 95 

68 OOi 

48 07 

118 00, 
97 73 

96 09 

46 25 
94 46 

99 H9 
27 50 
87 65 

119 89 

120 00 



7,2051 75 R4 



4,S55 

875 
1,670 
1,945 
3,345 
1,873 

859 

1,590 

850 

3,880 

1.700 

1.115 

900 

1.130 

300 



900 

2.305 

1,000 

30 

395 

550 



68 63 

87 50 

79 59 

84 57 

133 80 

93 65 
66 08 

113 57 

94 44 

104 86, 

188 89, 

74 :o 

100 00 
109 73 I 
75 00: 



198 57 

72 03 
333 33' 
10 00, 
79 00 

78 57! 
93 75 



I 



385; 39 08 
1,895 79 88 
350 116 66, 



9 315: 
135 

1,160 
1,170 
1,565 
9,705 
9.095 

4,070 
•a, 450 

345 
1,600 

350 
9.J95 



I 



49 20 
33 7.*^ 

96 66 

68 82i 
86 94 
84 53; 

74 82; 

193 3:) = 
103 57, 

69 00 
100 00 

58 33 
80^7. 



Cakbxagbb and 
Waooms. 



Ko. I Value. { At. 



13,868 
3,010 
3,432 

9,301 
4,539 
5,lb9 
4,440 
4.596 

3.056 
3,469 
5.893 
5, 012 
4.515 

5,663 
5,946 
4,058 
1,976 
3,941 

9.544 
9,705 
9,018 
6,0:14 

9,669 
5,599 
9,981 
6.805 
9,860 
4,154 

6,099 
5.678 
5,461 
9,139 

5.837 
1,952 
4,709 
3.318 
2,315 
4,081 

6,541 
1,927 

799 
9,519 

817 
4,971 

1,398, 
4,442| 
1.845' 
9,417' 

6,748! 
1,409 

9,808 
4,226 
9,558 
8.499 
4,523 

5,7631 

3,501< 

2,552 

4,409. 

2.387 

5.7 JO 



1519. 963 137 46 



65.383 
60,854 

o4, B44 
151,894 
210,099 
138,306 
161,973 

106,186 
98,099 
918, 148 
1!)0. 931 
146, 940 

73,999 
170.007 
131.683 

42,521 

115,383 

63,145 

97,837 

302,790 

194.793 

71,470 
141, 476 

70, 719 
904.1941 

84.6991 
119 601 

939.165 

941,668 

911, 617 

71, 981 

164,909 

60.919 

169,976 

97,949 

74,799 

198.943 

196,849' 
69, 096 i 
95.430 

107,062 
76, 184 

164,369 

42,656 
Hl,7«5 

63,410 

73,087 
929,495' 

55, 164 1 

30.739, 
HU.513 

72. 516 1 
liriU, 597 
160,332 
I 
liK),329 
109.t)t<9 

74, 643 
160, e03 

..5 201 
l??, 848 



91 72 
17 73 

36 87 
33 46 
40 49 

31 05 
35 94 

39 76 
98 28 

37 W 

37 96 

32 54 

12 93 

98 S9 
39 45 

33 32 

35 60 

94 89 

36 90 
33 58 
90 67 

96 78 

99 43 
93 79 

30 00 
99 69 
98 79 

39 67 
49 56 

38 75 

33 76 

96 20 

31 *ii 
35 95 

29 40 

32 31 

37 31 

30 09 

32 20 

31 00 
42 50 
93 25 
35 95 

30 51 

31 »9 

34 37 

30 24 

34 01 

39 15 

90 75 

35 38 
98 35 

34 07 

35 45 

33 03 

31 33 
29 95 

36 47 
93 16 

32 7tS 



[276] 



164 



Statement — Goatinued. 



« 

5 



15 



18 



17 



18 



19 



Comrms. 



Crawford . . . 

Clark 

Cmnberland 

Edt^iir 

Efbughom . . 

Jasper 

Lawrence... 

Moultrie 

Shelby 



Bond 

Clay 

Clinton 

Fayette, 

Marion 

Montgomery. 
Washington . 



Macoapin. 
Madison . . 
Monroe . . . 
St. Clair . . 



Alexander . . 

Jackson 

Johnson.. .. 

Massao 

Perry 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Randolph . 

Union 

Williamson 



Edwards . 
Franklin. 
Gallatin . . 
Hamilton 
Hardiu .. 
Joilorsun . 
Kichland. 

Saline 

Waba«U. . 
Wuvne . . . 
White . . . 



ToUls 



FIBB OR BUROULB- 
PBOOF SAFB8. 



Ko- 


Value. 


14 


11,315 


13 


1,140 


3 


45 


27 


i,o:n 


13 


1,165 


3 


120 


7 


465 


10 


2,405 


17 


2,505 


6 


1,625 


16 


3,470 


SS 


2,335 


SO 


1,942 


39 


2.623 


34 


3, 174 


. 22 


2,020 


50 


3,004 


100 


7,085 


15 


520 


90 


8,182 


4« 


2,960 


19 


1,545 


7 


415 


16 


865 


11 


405 


15 


830 


20 


775 


19 


1,517 


17 


1,905 


12 


540 



6 
1 

17 
4 
4 
22 
15 
18 
14 
18 
23 



4329 



800 

25 

1.468 

310 



Av. 



183 93 
87 69 
22 50 
38 41 
80 62 
40 00 

66 43 
240 50 
147 35 

270 83 

216 88 

93 40 

97 10 

67 26 
93 35 
91 62 

60 08 
70 85 
34 67 
90 91 



BIULU.RD, PlOBON 

Hole, etc.. Tables. 



No. 



64 
81 
50 
54 
36 
53 
38 
79 
112 
45 



35 

47 
29 
06 
82 
33 
75 
84 
06 
00 



133 33 
25 00 
86 35 

77 50 



4001100 00 
3,145 142 95 

1,175! "t^ aa. 



930 
1,140 
1, 45:> 
1,370 

366,377 



.51 67' 
81 43 
>^ 83, 
59 56 



84 63 



1 
8 
9 
8 

16 
3 
5 
9 

IS 



11 
20 
15 
19 
14 
12 

33 

32 

9 

38 

17 
13 

"*2 
9 
2 
10 
13 
7 
5 



2171 



Value. 



♦35 
875 
450 
550 
890 
160 
475 
1,350 
1,425 



1,025 

855 

1,115 

1,350 

725 

685 

913 
1,105 

202 
3,412 

1. 345 
988 

75 
313 
150 
675 
530 
310 
147 



Av. 



135 00 
109 38 
50 00 
68 75 
55 63 
53 33 
95 00 
150 00 
95 00 



320 

68 



1,075 
175 
260 



425 



93 18 
42 75 

74 33 
71 05 
51 79 
57 08 

27 67 
34 53 
22 44 

89 79 

79 01 
76 00 

In'sb 

34 78 

75 00 
67 50 
40 77 
44 28 
39 40 



64 00 
68 00 



25 00 

215 00 

43 75 

43 33 



53 12 



163,282 



CABBIAGBB AMD 

Wagons. 



No. 



2,137 

2,916, 

1,649 

3,843 

2,995 

1,92! 

1,961 

2,142 

4,367 

1,717 
2 447 
2,954 
3,383 
3,080 
3,763 
2,097 

5,505 
6.038 
2.061 
4,365 

869 
1,912 
1,096 

986 
1,638 
1,010 

157 
3,069 
1,825 
1,381 

1,123 
1,471 
1,121 
1,155 
519 
2,386 
2,209 
1,212 
1,932 
2,346 
2,111 



975 21:344,186 



Valnei 



974,418 
81,759 
30,995 
85,195 
58,749 
47,033 
48,384 
65.855 

161,770 

45.045 

69,843 
86,967 
97.353 
86,410 
97,942 
6d,TJl 

79,207 
916.450 

41, 018 
158.460 

25,603 
49,081 
31,197 
23.739; 
38.263 
97.522 
14.776 
104.087 
51,312 
37,369 

44,481 

39,059 

34.904 

94,115 

14. 643 

47.955 

68. 623 

32,408 

43.791; 

57.8611 

38,505; 

10,744,636 



At. 



•34 8S 


28(H 


18 T7 


99 17 


95 00 


94 48 


9«C7 


90 74 


37 04 


96 83 


98 54 


29 il 


98 78 


98 05 


26 03 


32 77 



13 U 

35 85 
19 90 

36 30 

99 44 

25 67 
19 34 
94 U 

93 36 

97 25 

94 11 
33 91 
28 IS 
S7Q6 

39 64 

98 55 

30 51 
80 8a 
98 91 
90 10 

31 07 

26 74 
35 84 
94 68 
18 94 

831 S9 



186 



[277] 



Statement — Gontinned. 



Conirms. 



iCook.... 
DnPace. 
Lake.... 



Boone 

DeKalb 

Kane 

McHenry . . 
Winnebttg* 



5 CftiToll 

JoDaTiom. 

Ugle 

Stephenson 
Vrmteeide. 



6;Biiream 

Henrj 

Lee 

Putnam . . . • 
Roekldand. 



7,Gnindy . 
Kendall. 
LaSaUe. 
Will.... 



8 Ford 

Iroqaoia . . . 
Kankakee.. 
Livingston. 
Manihall... 
Woodford.. 



9' Fulton. 
Knox .. 
Peoria. 
Stark.. 



10 Hancock .... 
.Henderson .. 
MeDonoogh 
Mercer ..... 
Schnyler.... 
Warren 



11, Adams. . 
jBrowa.. 
'.Calhonn 

Grreene.. 

Jeney... 

PikeJ... 



.12 



13 



14 



Cass 

Christian . 
Henard ... 
Morgsn ... 
Sangamon 
Scott 



I>eWitt.. 
Logan. .. 
luBon. .. 
HoLsan . 
Taxewell 



ChaniMdgn 
Colte.r.T.. 
Bonglaa ... 

Uacon 

Piatt 

YcnnfUoD . 



watchb8 axd 
Clocks. 



No. 



7,964 
2.844 
2,414 

2,137 
4,041 
5.S75 
3.537 
3,23S 

2,759 
2,901 
5,508 
4,406 
4,071 

4,364 
4,846 
3,618 
1,106 
3, 509 

1,710 
1,777 
6,848 
5,13d 

2,014 

4.59d 
1,731 
4,888 
2,605 
3,530 

5.620 
3,937 
3,830 
1,703 

5,797 
1,011 
4,956 
2,811 
1,915 
3.461 

5,269 
1,682 
602 
1,276 
1,271 
3^491 

891 
3,596 
1,636 

859 
5,544 
1,060 

3,562 
3.325 

2,200 
6,948 
3.761. 

5, 001 1 

3,847' 

2,287 

3,067 

1,648 

5,353 



Value. 



•77.717 
7,422 
7,338 

12, 412 
21,350 
48,380 
14, 545 
24,566 

10,738 

17,345 

31,944 

24,736' 

21,805 

8,392! 
16,878 
21, 993 

6,360 
27,797 

6,895 

9,295 

46,791 

16,669 

8,993 
15,566 

5,680 
22,308 
10, riS? 

12, 764 

35,892 
38.314 
31,0681 
9,676 

25,280 
6,472 

26,953 

10,638 
8,751 

16,376 

25,386 
7,783 
4,400 

13,110 
8,794 

20,905 

5,986 
20,220 

13, 411 
7,523 

53,427 
8,801 

12,995 

23,322 

12.139' 

67,068. 

25,950 

34,391 
17, 415 
13, 983 1 
24,472' 
8,403 
36,4521 



Av. 



19 13 

2 61 

3 04 



5 

5 



81 
28 



9 17 



4 

7 

3 

5 
5 
5 
5 

1 
3 
6 
5 
7 



11 

59 

89 
98 
80 
61 
35 

92 
48 
Ori 
75 
92 



4 03 

5 23 

6 83 
3 24 



4 47 

3 33 

3 28 

4 56 

4 05 

3 62 

6 39 
9 74 
8 11 

5 68 

4 36 

6 40' 

5 44' 

3 78 
57 
73 



4 
4 



4 82 

4 63 

7 31 
10 27 

6 92 

5 99 

6 72 

5 61 

8 20 

8 76 

9 64 

8 30 

5 05 

6 71 

5 52' 

9 65 

6 90 



6 
4 
6 
7 
5 
6 



88 

53 

12 

98! 

10 

81' 



Sewing oBKmrnMo 
Machikbs. 



No. 



VsJne. 



3,655 
1.200 
1.032 

864 
1.966 
2.680 
1,538 
2.295 

1,278 
1,28:1' 
2, 101 . 
2,273 
1.9311 

1,9771 
2. 000 
1,7261 
395' 
2,170 

852 

944 

3,826 

2,360 

797 
1,976 

838 
2,237 
1,185 
1,428 

2,027 
2,279 

2,007 
850 

2,314 
659 

1,851 

1,258 
743 

1,574 

3,084 
605 
134 
913 
604 

1,598 

618 
1,629 

641 
1,020 
2,969 

555 

1,200 
1,640 

878 
3, 385 
1,859 

2,527 
2,029 
1,016 
1,837 
923 
2,280 



Av. 



•82,132 
19,703 
14,593 

25,669 
50. 720 
77,547 
36,659 
51,222 

27.959 
38,583| 
70,222 
60, 264 ' 
52,378 

10, 230 ' 
46,0s<2 
42, 811 
10,455 
55,453 

15,245 

31, 785 

102,304 

41,982 

20,533 
47, 716 
17.005 
62,038 
26,638 
38,311 

58,897 
74, 307 
52, 219 
26,827 

58,677 
19,608 
55,366 
29,370 
17, 071 
40,550 

64,697 
22,314 
4,655 
27,085 
17,690 
47, 818 

15,498 
46,036 
17, 316 
20,450 
90,730 
16,641 

31,993 
49,274 
23,516 
87, 785 
55,182 

70,901 
34,016 
27,740 
50,584 
19,663 
65,090 



•29 47 

16 42 

14 14 

29 71 

25 80 
28 94 
23 97 

22 32 

21 88 

30 07 
X) 42 

26 51 

27 12 

8 21 

23 04 



24 80 
26 47 

25 55 


17 89 
33 67 
26 74 
17 79 


25 76 
24 15 



20 29 

27 731 

22 48 
26 83 

29 06 
32 61 

26 02 
31 5« 

25 36 
29 75 
29 91 

23 34 
22 98 
25 76 

20 98 
36 88 
34 74 
29 67 
29 99 

29 99 

25 07 

28 2f 

27 01 

20 05 

30 56 
30 00 

96 66 
30 05 

26 78 
25 93 

29 68 

28 06 
16 76 

27 30 
27 54 

21 30 
98 81 



Ho. 



1,961 
199 
904 

69 
174 
526 
148 
416 

87 
177 
2:« 
205 
197 

172 
205 
193 
36 
276 

104 
120 
501 
2TJ 

36 
110 
112 
145 
153 

96 

190 

344 

365 

44 

100 

45 

137 

55 

42 

148 

396 
37 
7 
134 
104 
155 

63 
109 

56 
938 
498 

70 

56 
125 

86 
471 
994 

217 
167 

67 
196 

35 
160' 



Pianos. 



Value. 



•194. 925 
16. 510 
13,927 

8.050 

21, 935 
80, 465 
17,760 
43, 980 

8, 460 

22, 4eo 

26. .399 

24,770 

7.396 
20, 1)40 
25, 330 

3.800 
31, 105 

8.905 
19,807 
64,478 
28,023 

2,515 
10, 491 

7,070 
18, 612 
14. 375 

9,880 

26, 270 

53,9.^ 

45, 5h0 

5,840 

18, 310 
4.925 

18,340 
6,390 
4.375 

14,160 

40.465 
4,565 
1,115 
16.095 
11,250 
92,635 

4,880 
13,605 

8,980 
95,505 
60, 195 
10,943 

6,990 
17,322 
10, 195 
69,060 
30,435, 

32,140 
21, 166 

6,890 
33,520 

4,010 
23,060 



At. 



•99 40 
P2 97 

68 27 

116 66 

126 06 
152 97 
120 00 
105 72 

97 24 

127 01 
163 83 

128 78 
125 74 

43 00 
102 17 

131 24 
105 56 
112 70 

65 62 
105 00 
128 90 
102 65 

69 86 
95 37 
63 12 

128 36 

93 95 

102 92 

138 26 
156 82 
124 88 

132 73 

114 43 
109 44 

133 87 
116 
104 



18 
17 
95 67 

102 18 
123 36 

159 29 
120 11 
108 17 
146 03 

77 69 
196 65 

160 36 
107 16 
120 87 
156 33 

111 07 
138 58 
118 55 
146 62 
135 87 

148 11 
126 74 
102 83 
171 02 
114 57 
144 13 



[278] 



IM 



fltafement — Continued. 






3 

4C 



Wattiiei* ami 



I Machlneb. 



rixM«. 



Cov^mKA. 



Ko 



Viilo*. AvJ Xo. ! Value. At. Ko Talne. Ar 



15 rrawford..,. 
;a«pk 

(Jumb^rland. 

(Kdifar 

, Bmogham . . 
'Jasper 

Lawrence. . . 

Moultrie. . . . 

Shelby 



1« Bmd 

CUy 

Clinton 

Fayette 

MArion 

MontjTomery 
Waahington . , 



17 



18 



1 8-22 
2.687 
1,37« 
3.104 
1.887 
1.539 
1,713 
1.5K4 

538 

3.258 
1.1175 
S.646 
3.036 
2.700 
2.029' 



Haconpin { 4,978 



Hadlaon 
Menroe. 
8t Clair 



Alexaoder . 
Jackmm. . . . 
•Tohnaon. . . . 

Masaao 

Pexry 

Pope 

PulMlri.... 
Bandolph... 

Union 

WllUamaon 



10,Edwarde. 
f Franklin. 
lOallatin . 
; Hamilton. 

Hardin... 

Jeffernon. 

Richland 

Saline... 

Wahaah . 

Wayne ,. 

White . . . 



3,74f>: 

1,774 

2,677 

I 

759. 

2.095 

887 

942 

1,494 

1.069 

855 

a.ia*} 

1.855 
1,239 



Totals 



1. 
1. 

1. 

1, 
3. 
1. 

1, 

a, 

1. 



145 
246 
606 
008 
379 
847! 

2s:ii 

119, 
097 1 
041 
781 



«9 TriTt 

10.230 

2, 779 

If), fie-j 
.^ 142 

3,631 
6,367 

19, 359 

4.210 
10. 4.'iO 

f 43* 
11, 6P!:' 
16.516, 
17,119; 

5,477 



r* 



23 

02 

72' 
36: 

3 71 

4 33 

5 93 

I 
7 95 

4 63 

4 27 

4 42 

5 44 

6 34 
2 70' 



10.787 
10.004 
3,859 
2,537' 
6,904 
4,051 
3,149 
13.878 
9.23? 
6,876 

.5,668 
6,456 
7,328| 
4,262; 
2,762 
5,980; 
11.384 
5,9891 
5.500 
7,391 
5,165 



8.P421 1 7;^. 

31.304 8 36; 

.1,432' 1 93 

17,853! 6 67 



14 21 
4 78 
4 35 

3 69 

4 62 
3 79 

3 68 

4 47 

4 98 

5 55 



4 95 

5 18. 
10 53. 



981, 910 '$1,561, 058 



23' 

29 

24. 

12 

35 

01 

62 



3 90 



662 
912 
384' 

l,4«9i 
596 
446 
581 
697 

1,311 

5991 
759' 
847 
831 
1.181 
1,422 
807 

2,017 

1.965 

414 

1,593 

429 
663 
170 
346 
536 
175 
320 
1,149 
480 
334 

306 
206 
384 
308 
199 
661 
750 
316 
401 
571 
615 



5 61 196.945 



$17,412: 

25,1681 

6.444. 

27.03:7; 

13, 071 [ 
11,487 

17,923 
37,239 

15,745 
19. 443 
21.834 
25,765 
37,844 
32.695 
22,522 

13,995 

#2,338 

9, .508 

47.505 

10. 696 

17,074 
3,065 
5,122 

14,615 
5.453 
4,766 

32,052 
9.947 
7,945 

8,664 
7,801 
11,721 
3.440, 
3,654 
11, 8841 
23,4931 
6.700' 
12,973 
12,667 
7,023 



$3,312,661 



$26 30 

27 60 
16 78 
18 42 
21 93- 
25 76 

36 73 

25 71 

28 40 

26 29' 
25 62 
25 7f« 

30 00' 
23 58 
23 90' 

27 91 

6 94 

31 72j 

23 18* 

29 82* 

I 

I 

24 93 
85 75' 
18 03' 

30 83 

37 27 

31 16' 
14 89 

27 89 
20 72 
83 79. 

28 30 
96 35 

30 52 

16 54 
33 67 

17 98 

31 39 

91 93 
30 61 

92 18 
11 49 



$95 31 



20 

16; 

155 
51 

20 
37 

«: 

I 

.•a" 

45 
M 
34 
166 
110 
42 

929 
383 
29 
1991 

104': 
64 

55 

26' 

i»0 

73 

44 

14 

24 > 
16; 
50 
13' 

61 

<•. 
74 

6' 

34 

90 

43 



$e.830 
8,Tn)' 
1,655| 

uiaoj 

5,090j 
1.050' 
8.«75| 
6,900 
14.870 

5.895 
7.025 
6,755 

20.8551 

10.3CS5! 

6.005 

9.953 
42.935 

9,570 
27.835 



9.750 
6,310 
685 
1,965 
4,967 
3,875! 
2,315t 
7.797 
3,8851 
1,750 1 

3,035, 

9,350, 
8.011 

S90l 
3,645 
18.3a20 

810 
6,380 
2,975 
3,470 



•141 M 

162 41 
103 44 

91 10 

»m 

87 50 
133 13 
167 57 

163 41 

111» 
I.VIOO 
120 63 
I 130 « 
125 63 
94 41 
142 M 

43 4f 
110 27 

88 6S 
139 87 

93 75 
98 60 

156 25 
J3 5: 
77 60 

149 04 
19 83 

106 81 
88 30 

135 00 



1!6 4« 

146 80 

160 99 

99 31 

86 67 

91 13 

166 49 

135 01 

187 « 

148 75 

80 70 



14, 893, $1,751,927 $11:0 



167 



[37»] 



Statement — Cuiitinned. 



s 

3 



CoLirnifl. 



I'CCook.... 

2 {DnPaee 

3 (Lake ... 



4;Bm)ii« 

DeKalb.... 

Kane 

■IfeHenry.. 
Winnebago 

5 Carroll 

Jo DarleM. 

'Ogle 

Stephenmm 
Wbitenide . 



6'Bnreau 

; Henry 

Lee 

Pacoam 

iRook Island 



7 Gmndy. 
Kendall. 

lUHalle. 
Will.... 



P.Ford 

Iroqaois . . . 
Kankakee . 
LivingBton 
Manfikll... 
Woodford. . 



9*Fnltor. 
Knox . . 
Peoria. 
Stark.. 



10 [Hancock 

jHenderoon.. 
IMcDonongh 

lltfercer 

IScbuylcr 

iWarren 



lliAdama . 
Brown .. 
Calhonn. 
Greene . 
Jersey.. 
Pike.... 



19 



13 



14 



Caas 

Christfan. 
Menard. . . 
Ifiorgan... 
Sangamon 
8oott 



DeWltt.- 
Logan ... 
Kason... 
KeLeain . 
Taiewell 



Champaign 

Colea 

Bonglas . . . 

Haeon 

Pl»ti 

V ennJUoD . 



MXLODKONS Aim 

Ohgasb. 



No. 



2«7 

177 

S:i4 

201 
426 
4*J2 
376 
446 

241 
309 

,'>37 
4.'» 
48r> 

490 
37r> 
321 
69 
232 

111 
211 
531 
243 

7P 
209 

a-i 
256 
133 
193 

.309 
364 
XM 

184 

357 
126 
284 
228 
70 
275 

.346 
74 
12 
64 
27 

179 



210 

87 

134 

S31 

48 

100 
129 

79 
279 
176 

242 

eo 

62 
176 

60 
199 




$ll,ri99 
4.968 

5, 814 

12,821 
2.'), 446 
25. 522 
20.498 
21. T» 

11,713 
16, 005 
34,797 
34,028 
23,179 

10.270 
15. 145 
16,419 
6,865 
10,260 

4.042 

15, 028 
27,793 

6 846 

4,550 

9.441 

3,075 

14, 101 

6, 535 
11. 240 

19, 4:«3 
34, 199 
19,464 
11.909 

19, 495 
7.188 

16, 885 
8,155 
3,925 

17,993 

18.662 
5,455 
1,000 
8,510 
1.710 

13,350 

4,565 
11,883 

5,330 

5,545 
12,183 

3.879 

10,073 

9,520 

4,020 

19,791 

10, 152 

13,870 
3,693 
3,418 

11,453 
3,195 

11,908 



139 05 
3? 07 
84 85 

63 79 
:.9 73 

60 48 

54 52 

4« 73 

48 60 
51 80 

64 80 

55 49 
47 79 

20 96 

40 :tu 

51 15 
77 13 

44 22 

36 41 
71 22 

52 34 
88 17 

58 .13 

45 17 
36 IH 

55 08 

49 13 
58 24 

62 89 
66 48 

58 80 

64 72 

54 60 

57 05 

59 45 
35 77 

56 07 

65 43 

53 94 
73 72 
83 23 
39 89 

63 33 
69 33 

55 67 

56 59 

61 96 

41 38 

58 74 

69 98 

100 73 
73 57 

50 90 

70 94 

57 68 

57 31 
43 94 
55 11 
65 07 

46 30 

59 84 



Fkakchtbu. 


Aknuitikb An> 
Royalties. 


No. 


Value. 


Av. 


No. 


r 

Value. 


Av. 


15 

i 


119. 150 


1,976 66 


3 


11.150 
60 
50 


1383 33 


155 


155 00 


1 


50 90 










930 
1,425 










3 


475 00 


















8,400 












... ... 




1 


500 


500 00 


1 











433 
306 






135 
1,535 






6 


855 83 






1 












305 






150 


























1.000 






5,550 




1 




























8,161 




















8 


313 
180 


156 00 




600 


















8 


700 


350 00 


1 

1 , « * . p • 








1 

8 
1 


144 

3.168 

8,000 

800 

.300 

800 


144 00 

871 00 
8^000 00 








6 


7,767 

400 

1.700 

1,700 

830 


970 87 


























19 
1 


1.983 
1,000 


101 16 


. 






1000 00 


















6,100 






1,560 










1 


300 


900 00 












8,000 


























696 


























1 

• • • ■ • • 


800 


800 00 


1 


1.000 


1000 00 


3 


5,500 


8,750 


1 


' i'iso 


8150 00 




















8 


439 


816 00 


...... 


4.800 








1 
1 


100 
115 


100 00 


3 


1,850 


416 67 


115 00 


•*■*«• 


50 






12 
300 






1 


300 00 


1 


900 


900 00 
























[280] 



168 



Statement — Continued. 



1 

t 

t 
1 
• 

• 


C0UMTII8. 


Mklodiaxs 
Obganb. 


AND 


FRANCHI6B8. 


AimumBS ASD 

BOYALTIB8. 


No. 


Valae. 


Av. 


No. 


Valne. 


Av. 


No. 


Value. 


At. 


15 


Crawford 


18 

48 
33 
70 
48 
17 
37 
49 
99 

43 
48 
47 
69 
148 
130 


1870 
2,900 

970 
2.983 
2,470 

635 
1,782 
3,860 
7,337 

2,000 
3,090 
2,587 
3.992 
8,516 


148 33 
60 42 
42 17 
42 61 
51 46 
37 35 

48 16 
78 78 
74 11 

46 51 
64 37 
55 04 
57 86 
57 54 

49 12 
57 48 

15 78 
64 89 

50 00 
66 25 

46 46 
50 52 

40 63 
42 14 

41 01 
300 00 

35 30 
78 05 
41 17 










•2.175 
75 






Clark 








1 


•73 00 




Oainborlaiid 












Edgar '.. 
















Kffinflrha.m 


1 


$300 


1300 00 










Jasper 










Lawrence 
















Moaltrie 








• ••.«. p 






Shelby 








1 


100 


100 00 


16 


Bond 












Clay 








1 


250 


250 




Clinton. 












Fayette 




20 












Marion 












Montcmerv 














Washington 


8« 4,943 

312 4.923 

125 8, 110 

2, 100 

56; 3,710 

24 1. 115 

58 2, 930 

8 325 

14 590 












17 


Mmv>iip1n. , 




10 












Ma^iHon ... 












Moproe 


, 
























• 




18 


Alexander . 
















Jackson 








1 


2,424 


94S4 0I 




Johnson 












Mawtao „ . X 


1 

4 


5 

215 
200 


500 
53 75 


2 


240 ISO 00 




Perrj' 


66 

1 

10 


2,707 
300 
353 








Pope 








/ 


PnT«i.Vi 










Randolph 


118i 9,210 
47. 1,935 
18 1. 189 


5 


3,950 


790 00 


1 800 

1 


800 00 




Union. T 






Williamffon ......... 


66 06 

54 33 

79 38 
76 09 








4 


t:93 


173 25 


19 


ESdwarde 


15 
16 
22 


815 
1,270 
1 fi74 












FranlcHn 










. . 1 




fi^lUti'l 


1 


1,000 


1,000 00 




1 




TTi^Txiilton . ..... . 


•• — » — - - 

7, 304 

10 ' 495 

40 1 :<88 


43 43 
49 30 
'M 70 










HA«lin 


...... 1......... 








1 




Jefferson 






ii 3ug' 


36 S7 




Richland 


78 
15 
19 
30 
21 


5,137 

955 

1,164 

1,390 

G25 


65 ee 

63 67 
61 26 
46 33 
29 76 






























Wabflsh 












1 




Wayne 










160 




White 










1 




Totals. 














15 872 fc<4i ar: 


153 02 


52 


•50,872 


1878 27 


69 


•49. s:>8 iTifi la 

















1<» 



[281] 



SteUement — Continued. 






Counties. 



1 (Cook... 
9 <DnPage 
3;(Uke!T.. 



4 Boone . 
jDeKftlb. 

I 



Kano 

HcHenrj . . 
Winnebago 



SCmtoU 

Jo DavieM. 

Ogle 

Stephenson 
Whiteside. 



6 



Boresn 

Henry 

Lee 

Patnam. ... 
RocklsUnd. 



7,GnmdT. 
-Kendall. 
LaSolle. 

iWiU.... 



8 Ford 

Imqnoitf . .. 

Kankakee . 

Livingston 

Marohall... 

Woodford. . 



10 



FoltOD. 

Knox . . 
Peoria. 
Stark.. 



Hancock 

Henderson . . . 

McDonough 
; Mercer 

Schuyler ... 
.Warren 



n 



12 



Adams . 
Brown .. 
Calhoun 
Greene . 
Jersey . . 
Pike:... 



Cass 

Christian. 
Menard... 
Morgan . . . 
Sanf^amon 
Seott 



UDeWitt.. 

Logan 

MfMon... 
McLean . 
Tasewell 



14 



Champaiirn. 
Coles r.:.. 
Boaglas . . . 

Maoon 

Piatt 

Tennilion . 



Patsst Hir.HT}t. Stkamboatb, Saiumo 

I VlSSEI^ ETC. 



No. 



Valae. 



io 



360 

200 

a,l!K) 



SOO 



75 
300 
ISO 

10 



100 
30 



Av. No 



1896 251 ':60 



Valae. A v. 



1934,375 1,290 44 



10 001 2 

I 
120 00'....! 



900 450 00 



1,025 00 



I 



75 00 



333 



305 



1,470 294 00 
S. 000 2, 000 00 



9,285 

140 
75 



457 00 

140 00 
75 00 



3| 



1,315 
9,360 



8' 4,P50 



4Jd 33 
606 25 



Total valae 
of enume- 
rated pro- 
perty. 



1,500 
135 

10 
2,220 



100 
5ri5 

905 
150 
300 
130 

724 



45 00 
10 00 



20 
11 



»,665 
5,475 



100 00 
292 50; 

I 

150 83' 



100 



28 



483 25 
497 73 



14 00 



2 

1| 
3' 



150 

lUO 

90 



31 



7,525 242 74 



318 



55, 



75 00 
lUO 00 
90 OOl 
18 33 1 



53 00 



1! 5 5 00 
5: .3,077! 6\:* 40] 
95, 2a 75' 



2, 120 

2(K), 200 00 



150 
68 



165 



1,000 
1,810 



70 



41 25 



1,0«0 00 
258 57 



3| 
1 



112 

810 

40 



37 33 

270 00 
40 00 



105 

25 

190 






25 00 
190 00 



..., 17,775 

1' 75 

10 1,610 



31 
9' 



10, 340 

587 



75 00 
161 00 



3, 446 66 

65 22 



1, 400 ; 1,400 00 



168 56 00 



75 



75 00 



13, 460, 286 
586, 376 
734, 071 

902.175 

2, o;js, yf<4 

2, 025, IbO 
1, 607, 512 
1, 4H7, 382 

1,113.910 
1,174.207 
2, 510, -.^i 
1, 555, 720 
1, 69C, 660 

907,559 

2, 022, 518 

1,741,957 

477, 375 

971, 455 

733.409 
'.►i-*, 047 

3, :«M, '^7- 
1,417,244 

M2,5rt), 

1, 940. 610 
f«2. 146 

2, 3 1 «, 951 

966. 744 

1,191,722 

2, 347. inr* 

2, 418. Ie3 
1,709,914 

982, 173 

1, 766, 955 
877, 4o6 

1. 927. 4tQ 

1,21^ 114 
7tfl». H15 

l,ti46,012 

l,721,7rtl 
617,082 
282, 975 

1, 092, 846 
564,950 

1, 482, 140 

539,704 
1,603.385 

993,593 

867,332 
2, 980, 376 

462,869 

1,068,363 

2, 003, 761 

735,128 

3, 576, 5:« 
1, 656. 535 

2,394,239 
1, 085, 505 
1, 014, 691 
1,884,839 
811, 836 
3,173,646 



Merchan- 
dise. 



19, 860, 469 
86.296 
7.-<. 649 

173. 461 
303, .522 
743. 272 
.337, 4fJ5 
4.')9, 215 

1P.'»,487 
4 IS, 624 
377, 0.3-2 
557,068 
331,506 

12^, 954 
42(>. 093 
279, 525 
47, 955 
.■>J9,945 

204.120 

■ 11". 671 

1,111. ♦i48 

4iC, 4:>7 

2-23. .'»n9 

•jMi. :riO 

134,917 
4:W. 709 
2()2, 446 
2f .-<, 547 

r>4 1,555 

5yi. 509 

1, 1% 386 

Kid, 758 

2^6, 406 
b4,290 

34t». 748 

leT. 497 
76,770 

261, 423 

71b. 233 
105, 761 
37,570 
239, 995 
114,955 
350,682 

140, 101 
338.808 
193,530 
300.300 
759,839 
59,953 

130,969 

397,284 

209,908 

1, 260, 740 

447,883- 

463,054 
314,257 
165, 314 
516,653 
135,207 
443, 748 



[282] 



170 



Statement — Continued. 



i 

2 
* 

15 


r 

COUNTlBfc 


Patf.nt Ri 


fJHTfi. 

Av. 


Stbahboatb, Sailing 
Yrssels, ktc. 


Total valne 
of ennme- 
rated pro- 
perty. 


I 
MerthsD- 


No. 


Value. 


Ino 

1 

1 
1 


Value. 


Av. " 


dise. 


Cntwford 


«75 
102 


iii 29 


166 

80 


•66 00 
20 00 


1621,192 
716, 198 
317,876 

1.037,908 
527,066 
482,875 
387,430 
772,303 

1. 689, 514 

465,985 
680.443 
7:»8, 521 

1.025,600 
762, 495 

1.003,0c^ 
G0.\511 

881,431 
1.550,619 

361.817 
1, 321, 063 

268,781 
436,035 
226,988 
220,892 
304,838 
320,338 
123,033 
-790.530 
388,769 
396.870 

305,784 
409, 016 
354.873 
270,344 
161, 478 
488,620 
524,276 
322,124 
304,266 
608,677 
399,037 


|a8.9B 

19».«B7 
90^ 8R 

14a « 
83,90 
83,60 
4dkM 
96. 4K 

8S0L179 

ca.515 


Clark 


7 
.... 


CamberlaDd 


Edear ^ 


.... 


500 


500 00 




• •■••-•• ......... 

^ 1 


E^igham 








Jasper ' 














Lawrence 






""ii'm 


1 


30 


30 00 




Monltiie 


3 

• • . . 


125 


16 


Shelby 








Bond 















Clay 

Clinton 


2 
2 


75 
101 
210 

90 


* si'so 

50 50 




....... 








, 135. 9I« 
* 174 5li 


Fayette 









Marion 


2 

« • • . 


45 00 








190. 4?1 
2li?,341 
128,908 

l43.Sfil 

493,6:5 

76. 7» 

44ti.9ld 

133.619 
99.66^ 
83. SK 
SO,t]i 
90,642 
51. 2» 
30,949 

178,771 
76.315 


Monijfomery 










Waahlngton 






........ , — - 






17 


Maoonpin 




283 












Madison 






10 


43,170 


4, 317 00 












18 


St. Clair 








10 

14 
3 
1 
9 


96.500 

70,045 

175 

10 

6,090 


9.650 00 

5, 003 21 

58 3:^ 

10 00 

676 66 


Alexander 








Jackaon 


1 


5 


5 00 




J ohnson 


1 




1 


#300 

a 


8 00 




Perry 




Pope 


1 


300 


8 

7 

19 

2 

.... 


3.681 

?80 

11,900 

8,850 


460 13 

125 71 

696 32 

1,125 00 


Pulaaki 




Randolph 


1 
2 
1 


125 
50 
10 


125 00 
25 00 
10 00 




Union 




Williamson 


40, m 

S9.4S0 
90.741 

HW 
36,211 
4,845 
56,454 
146.905 
»,U3 
75.6l!0 


19 


Edwarda 








Franklin 














Gallatin 








80 


ii, 900 895 66 


Hamilton 
















18 


"* 'sisi'" '67*99 


Jefferson 










1 


5 


5 00 


• • • • 


' '766 " '" 


Saline 








Wabash 








8 


iio 


85 00 




Wavne 




65 
35 




19, 0» 
78; 194 




White 


2 
87 


17 50 


13 

1027 


910 


70 00 




Totals 






87,771 


310 81 


1270.400 


1,237 00 


118. 163, 179 


34,838,111 







171 



[L»83 I 



Statement — Continued. 



5 

3 



Couienn. 



MftterUl LiJf""/;., Afiiicul, .Gold Sc 
nfactured JiT*??; plements pUto & 



I ) 

Dia- I Moneys 
moods 'of bank, 
Mid 
jewelry 



bftnker, 

broker, 

etc. 



CCook 1957,068' 

<I>nPa«» 14,970' 

CLake I 6,4S5j 



Boooe 

DeKalb ... 

Kline 

IfeHenry . 
Wfonebftico 



Carroll 

Je Dariew. 

• O^ 

IS^bensoB 
IWbiteeide. 



« Boreaii 

i BfBTT 

jLce 

Pataam..... 
: Rock Island. 



7!6nuid7. 
iKradall. 
lUSUIe 
'Will.... 



P Ford 

llroqiiois ... 
jKaokakee . 

Ifsnfian... 
Woodford.. 



tiFalUm 

(Knox 

■Peoria 

iBtsrk 

lOjBsneock ... 
' Henderson 
I MoDoDoni^h 

Mercer 

[Sehnyler 

tWsrren 



11 ; Adams . 
'Brown.. 
iCalbonn 
; Greens . 

Jersey . 

Pike.... 



It 



Ciss 

Christian . 
Menard .. 
Morgan... 
nsngnmon 
Scott 



MDeWJtt.. 
jTiOgsn ... 
iMsssn ... 
McLean . 
Taxewell. 



14 Champaign 

.Coles 

I>OBglas ... 

Mseon 

Watt 

Tfrmflkm . 



8,793 

101, 375 

430,973 

tI7, 174 

144, 445 

7.900 

49.463' 

30.861 

.■W, 570 

119, riM 

10,170 

8,835 

34,737 

1,030 

909,096 

16,315 

37,988 

SK'i,543) 

83, 650 1 

3,640. 

».»4, 

ft. 535 

30.383 

17,183 

JO, 674 



41.767 
69 813 1 
103. 367 
3,737' 

97,837 

1, B15 

88.081 

12, 144 

5,379 

7.039 

180,980 

6,133 

190 

17,645 

4,540 

30.443 

3.800 

37.687 

11.617 

11,115 

808,580 

3,780 

7,708 
84,974 

3,395 
58,247 
80, 774 



M,rn 

16,979 
8.557^ 

77,245 
6,784 

88,360 



•4(3. 719 

15,961 

8,980 

4.355 

97.2111 

874.1:24; 

14, 513 

65,901 

3,555 
14,911 
18,056 
89. 389 j 
63,673 

9,717 
13.834 
14.885 

3. 918 
99,885 

8.471 
9. 477 1 
131, 539 1 
46, 731 ; 

6.805; 
15,830l 

5,531 
l.S, 648 
80.350 

6,991 

60,037 

34,968 

78,034 

1.800 

94.546 

985 

17,483 

8. 438 1 
6.729! 
8,471' 

88,541 

10,085 

1.305 

6,430 

3,7451 

12.867| 

5,773' 
16.750 
3,710 
4,600 
150.446 
5,994 

8,933 

9.150 

5,508 

66,568 

36.595 

96.848 
16,061 

9,740 
57,468 

3,897 
98,533 



6100.965 
40.303 
31,201 

67.7481 
133.990! 

88,065; 

f36,544 
108.094 

65,885 

87.241 

310. 178 

150.613 

110, 



46.364 

114.960 
81.994 
31. 961 
33,333 

38,149 

64,444 

198,307 

60,608 

81,494 
141, 143 

44.830 
170,350 

54,848 

98,275 

170.006 

140.744 

137,384 

58.388 

97,687 

51,009 

115, 108 

66,984 

47, 857 
87,960 

111.804 
46. 147 
35.330 
65.396 
56.049 

188,486 

£4,984 
110, 114 

37,000 

27,463 
113,938 

83,731 

60.766 
114, 818 

64,338 
153,655 

106.580 

176,841 
64,193 
71,713 

138,340 
50,765 

117,478 



f10,318 
1,079 
1.485 

8.937 

2,«15! 
3,743' 
623 
3,835 



•16,087 
885 

435i 

I 
716' 

1731 
8,930l 

85! 
2,875' 



•630,598 

7,716 



16,336 
22,898 
35,828 
10, 810 



205 
1.855 
8,764 

883 
1,905 


138 
UiO 
815 
974 
465 


4,084 

8,250 

16.709 

40.379 

2,301 


667 

655 

1.687 

210 


16 
i35 


8,107 
36,370 
17,150 


1,510 


1,950 


16,500 


1.075 
1.430 
4.850 
1,426 


675 

25 

8.435 

405 


13.673 
3.635 

14,717 
1,040 



833 


133 


893 


753 


ItK) 


500 


1,041 


977 


610 


160 


1,093 


173 


8.001 


874 


4,864 


135 


3,132 


3,150 


315 


30 


493 


175 


88 




1,771 


711 


3:15 


15 


360 


80 


821 




3,393 


1,810 


rj6 


360 


85 


200 


110 




185 




1.068 


153 


836 


85 


628 


850 


155 




10,906 


8,418 


6:» 


187 


585 




1.956 


753 


1.133 


137 


13.086 


0,953 


4,853 


1,115 


5,737 


1,130 


1,056 


458 


440 


890 


3,020 


845 


66 


50 


8,873 


895 



Credits 

of bank, 

banker, 

broker, 

etc. 



•387.998 


8,:i04 


160 


8,335 


14, 3» 


3,407 


1,115 


2,485 


5,'i50 


10,847 


110.953 


89,396 


3,448 


3.780 


8,410 


950 


22.036 


3.578 



P.'i, 305 
24. 650 



9.170 
26.879 
4.610 
8.445 
4.329 
48,698 


4. 057 
36,690 
9,700 
7,450 
1,408 
13.432 


58,966 

16,768 

100, 3K! 

30,319 


43.577 

6.637 

27.600 

16,080 


19,150 


6.893 


38,633 

39,432 

100,000 

13. 161 


33,763 

34,805 

15 

47,066 


65.395 
7,585 


36,080 
5,663 


185,815 

1.100 

10,963 


19,466 
13,600 
78,183 


84,345 

118,104 

48,89« 

81,000 

195.888 

8.850 


38,895 
30,577 
43,944 
14,738 
119,055 


74,956 
21.517 
11.296 
23,766 
48,917 


3,830 
80,766 

1,575 
37,340 

5,784 


80,601 

4,768 

8,850 

7,980 

11.818 

64,948 


30,751 
30,565 
11,061 
4,970 
13,131 
39,380 



[284 J 



172 



Statement— Continued. 



a- 






13 



16 



17 



18 



19 



COUXTIKS. 



Crawford . . . 

Clark 

Cumberland. 

Ed^or 

Ertingliam . . 

'Jasper 

Lawrence... 

Moaltrie 

Shelby 



Bond 

Clay 

Clinton 

Fayette 

Marion 

Montgomery. 
Washington . 



Maoonpin 
Madison . 
Monroe. . . . 
St. cnair . . 



Alt*xander . 

Jackson 

Johnson.... 

Massac 

Perry 

Pone 

PulHski 

Randolph .. 

Union 

Williamson 



Edwards. 
Franklin 
(rullatm. . 
Hamilton 
ilardin . . . 
Jeff«*r8on . 
Kichlaud 
Saliue.... 
Wabash.. 
Wayne .. 
White. .. 



Material 
and man- 
ufacture<l 

articlea. 



Mniuif A;:iiclil. 
tools, im- tools, im- 
plements I pleraents 
and ma- ! and ma- 
chinery, j cliinery. 



14,901 
12,383 
1,880 
9,973 
1,22.'> 
580 
1,730 
5,733 
5,449 

3,095 
4,734 
6,935 
9,569 
13,035 
15,435 
9,415 

11. 291 1 

64, 630 > 

5,465' 

105,3531 

14.395' 

14. 434 

359. 

8,748 

150 

793 

15,535 

33,173 

4,865 

3,848 

13,035 
950 
7,047 
3.137 
3,415 
8.364 
3,130 
1,383 

11,877 

60 

3,410 



Total* $4,899,499 



14,028 
16, 510 
3,585 
3.736 
4,199 
3,557 
3,757 
4,995 
33, 019 1 

8,980 
10,106 

7.5351 
31. 018 i 

8.8641 
18.416 

3,850' 

6.786 
42. OK) 

6.964 
89,110, 

I 

13,753 

8,586 

1, 763 

13,106 

7,745' 

1,314 

4,364 

87.034 

10,033 

6,893 

5,793 
2.970 

19,179 
1,799 
8.194 
7,618 
3,130 
3,557 

11,803 
8,995 
6,616 



r^ 661, 575 



$63,750 
40.895 
19,765 
55,369 
44,055 
34,946 
37 637 
55.374 

136,336 

28,360 

57. 373 

76.6871 

84.607 

54.352 

76, 843 

58.390 

52,558 
165, 178 

50,336 
114,334! 

7,77o! 
38.070 
13.540, 
18.983 
38,766' 
31,035 

5.626 

109.857 

24.884 

19,458 

29,034 
1)^,308 
19,003' 
5,039 
7, b32 
27,939 
53. 695 
14, 213 
33, 093 
33.549 
30,157 



Gold & 


Dia- 


silver 


monds 


plate &. 


and 


plated 


jewelry 


ware. 




$65 


$10 


534 


150 


63 


10 


249 


10 


33 


15 


3:) 




140 




277 


605 


1.803 


610 


291 


501 



Moneys Credits 

of bank, of bank, 

banker. banker, 



broker, 
etc. 



5H9 
"94 
363 
635 



648 
2.695 



1,675 

997 
329 



50 
160 



7f7 
78 

115! 
99 

323 
35 1 

725 



30 



$7, 212, 362 1 $148, 537 



$16,040 

6.46@ 



1.176 
2,800 



993 

195 

50 

60 



60 
1,595 



1,862 

1,046 
133 
5, 



1,035 
35,:«7 
39,458 

76.345 
69, 700 

3,216 
26.406 
47.433 



broker, 
etc 

$1,789 
3, 



19,386 
137, 500 ' 



10 


35 


135 


15 


843 


25 


5:n 


100 


35 
25 





375, 512 

2.000 
3, 1*00 

13, 161 
3,576, 

ll,420l 
I 



1,000 

5,550 

3,300 

950 

6.975 
689 



610, 



4 

275 



2,105 

500 

83,394 



1.050 
, 14.680 



$78,367 



32,866 



$3, 338, 494 



187 
11,CTI 



13.614 

M 

1.3» 

15.5«i 

6u3> 

3.365 
29. 9» 
lb. 506 



SS.ll.'i 

6,;«) 



43.19J 

3,0»'i 

1.560 
4,5» 
3.50D 
3.355 

6,5UJ 



7,: 

8,975 
3.149 

5,500 



4.130 
3,4(f0 
3.863 
9,951 
:fG3 
1,516 
6.306 



$1.««!.«4 



178 



[285] 



Statement — Gontinaed. 



COLTmiB. 



1 
s 
a 



(Cook ... 
< DuPage 
(Lake... 



fioODO 

DeKalb.... 

RaDe 

MfiHenry. . 
Winnebiigo 

Carroll 

JoDaviMA . 

Ogle. 

St«pfaeiiaon 
Whiteside . 



Bareaa 

'Henry 

Lee 

PDtiiam 

Rock laXand. 



7 Gnmdv 

iKeodall 

[LaSaUe 

Wiii... 



8 Ford 

&t>qQoia . . . 
Kankakee . 
Liviaeston, 
Kanhall... 
'Woodford.. 



Fulton. 
I Knox . . 
Peoria . 
'stark. . 



10 



Hancock 

Ht*nden!on . . 
McDunoQgh 

Mercer 

iS<:hnvler 

I Warren .... 



11 



Adaiu.s,. . 
Bro^Ti '. . 
Caiboun 
Greene . 
Jersey.. 
Pike... 



W 



Cam 

Christian . 
Menard... 
Morgan . . . 
Sangamon. 
Scott 



«DeWitt.. 
Logan ... 
Hmou... 
HcLMn . 
Tazewell 



14 



Champaign 

Colee 

Dooi^laa ... 

Piatt 

ycnamoa . 



Moaeya 
of other 

than 
banker, 

etc. 



1664, OM 

71,063 

210, 190 

98.067 
19ei, 341 
381, 752 
351,480 
467,381 

193,513 
153,999 
251,234 
277,305 
157, 810 

63,962 
130. 542 
159.566 

51,016 
190,942 

95,559 
215, 016 
353,571 
350,035 

62,939 
116. 914 

39,773 
238,945 
116,782 
135, 458 

600,336 
634,895 
461,558 
204,737 

310, 601 
57,785 

423,687 

179.799 
77.986 

162, 833 

534,093 
50, 142 
33.675 

427,868 
51,260 

243, 810 

83,843 

194,230 

74,545 



578,728 
37,700 

128,503 
186,690 
45,545 
630,431 
270,862 

200,190 
166,254 
100,007 
S73»100 
30,715 



Credits of 

other than 

banker, 

etc. 



$335,133 

132,135 

99,855 

468,186 
484,256 
922,491 
513, 564 
594,913 

194,948 
372.584 
846 531 
451.625 
964,634 

219, 895 
271.484 
310, 161 
154,005 
259,673 

152,045 

209,136 

1, 464, 307 

151,856 

30,588 
193, 186 

60,060 
257,998 
186,057 
327,577 

703,257 

734. 763 
450,360 
212,758 

403,609 
155,560 
329,486 
198, 975 
207,838 
443,289 

294.858 
41,142 
76.090 
357,058 
170,227 
820.126 

126,953 
287.100 
679, 763 
681,874 
1,069,277 
264,779 

115.866 
474,855 
74,126 
894,339 
407,387 

150,877 
286,270 
96,723 
378,165 
193,884 
489,646 



Bo&daand 

stocks. 



187,675 



17,200 

10,790 
4.035 

60,262 
7,000 

13,860 

4,849 
2,965 
5,807 
1.500 
3,500 

3.899 

60,800 

29,500 

570 

37,000 



Shareeof 
cap. atock 
of eomp's 
notofthla 
Btate. 



•15^600 



13,230 

13,573 

I,:r70 

540 



635 



3,700 



1,000 
"336 



3,500 

73,700 

153,580 






3,389 

4,900 

375 

1.131 
36,540 
63,200 

1,440 

28.000 
1.280 
7,221 

19,850 
300 

12,500 

31.295 
1,391 



20,650 



33,125 

10,843 
18,900 
23,840 
7,500 
131, 971 
64, 475 

100 

9,876 

93,675 

242,975 

14,036 

5,337 
2,256 



14,500 
'39,'06i 



75 



7,620 
1,440 



340 



349 



6.641 
* 60 



3,800 



35 



3,300 
15,000 



10,000 



310 



39 



1,900 
2,000 

53,749 



Pawn 
brokers 
pro- 
perty. 



•10,600 



400 



600 



1,530 



10 



Property 
of corpo- 
rations 
not before 
enumera- 
ted. 



$47,325 
500 



190 

400 

1,200 



2,056 
213, 187 



13,591 

7,120 
400 

2.000 
225 



200 
56,575 
33,994 



15 
4.020 
7,500 
3,800 

20,800 

14. 331 

10.075 

1.100 

150 



350 



Pi-o- 
perty of 
Baloons 
and eat- 
ing 
honses. 



$276,568 
833 
160 



309,500 
75 



280 



356 

11,300 



1,325 



10,060 



70 



100 



130 
2,000 

11.632 

2; 828 

10.000 

2,214 

4,675 

27,706 
8,200 



90 



1.340 
5,735 
1,800 
1,425 

735 

930 

1,490 

3,779 

1,835 

500 
1,590 
3,350 

' "7, 005 

3,880 

673 

15,286 

6,322 

400 
881 
1,735 
2,703 
2,310 
5.677 

•45 

2,475 

17, 510 

20 

«,003 



1,840 
260 



911 2,390 



10,765 
120 
690 
185 
695 
1,705 

3,935 
4,195 
1,476 
S50 
5,790 
1,560 

665 

990 

1,970 

10,391 

4,870 

640 

1,700 

80 

3,935 

150 
1,980 



[286] 



174 



Statement — Gontinoed. 



I 



15 



16 



Counties. 



Crawford ... 

Clark 

Cumberland. 

Edji^ar 

SthuKhaia .. 

Jasper 

Lavrreuce. . . 
Moaltrle ... 
Shelby 



Bond 

Clay 

Clinton 

Fk^yetto 

Marion 

Montgomery. 
Waahin^n . 



17 Macoupin. 
Madison .. 
Monroe .. 
St. Clair .. 



Id 



19 



Alexander . 

Jaokaon ... 

{ Johnaon 

iMaitaao 

j Porry 

Pope 

Pulaaki ... 
Randolph . . 

Union 

WllliamHon 

Bdwarda... 
Franklin... 
Gallatin ... 
Hamilion . . 
Hardin .... 
Jefferson .. 
Bichland .. 

Saline 

Wabash ... 

Wayne 

White 



Totals 



Moneys 
of other 

than 
banker, 

etc 



Credits of 

other than 

banker, 

etc 



161, 517 
49, 34J2 
25.599 

134.078 
18,543 
33,076 
51,833 
43,885 

480,982 

88,075 

60, SOI 

43,731 

153,699 

171,096 

116 469 

17,500 

90,955 

35,900 

100,930 

300,341 

^8,150 

10,680 

3.838 

19,508 

15,305 

13,300 

3.436 

353,904 

34.713 

38,309 

150, 718 

43,914 

83,773 

9,815 

4,915 

53,755 

20,330 

4,074 

31,964 

76, 634 

29,433 



16, 415, 533 



Bonds and 
stocks. 



•165,337 

93,618 

18.853 

133,:i55 

16,138 

35,018 

19,936 

163,470 

200,317 

35.980 
156, 545 
316,884 
1-^, 419 
100,592 
132,094 
105. 365 

85,648 
576, 549 

16,150 
531, 356 

1,9471 
53,040 
13.283 
58,534 
58,816 
56,424 
13,485 
387,885 
81, 742 
29,000 

142,848 
40.956 
55,821 
11, 195 
16, 118 
56,905 
54,052 
10, 492 

116.829 
62. 574 
43,555 



126, 414. 690 



•3,537 

13, 748 
50 
50 



1,000 



810 
4,469 

600 



4,957 

10 

5,120 

2.450 



6,885 
1,500 



93,855 

6.710 

700 

38,037 

1,702 

75 

2,375 

900 

5.430 

6.170 

6,194 

600 
850 



1,000 



2. 040 
IU.888 



125 



•1, 66), 626 



Shares of 
cap. stock 
of comp*s 
not of this 
state. 



•564 



130 



Pawn- 
brokers 
pro- 
perty. 



991 



15,150' 

"4*446 "•8,066 



340 
1,150 



1,350 



347 
33.050 



59 



Property 
of oorpo- 



Pxs- 

P«Ktjrf 



not before and tst* 
ennmera- 1 in; 
ted. ' hoDMt. 



•1S5 



fiOO 
9,000 



100 
3.000 
3.606 
1,500 



6,600 



3,885 



1,850! 



1,420 
4,650 



t 



1.7W 



•» 

3B 

9 



4IS 



38 
59 



3.«l 

4.UI 



1.441 
24,911 

5.711 



9 

35 



2.aN 

411 
US 



1.131 



•211,685 •37.935: •868.013 



351 

«.« 

5lf 

tf75 

i 



175 



[287] 



Statement — Goutinaed. 



C0UNTUE8. 



Hoaae> 
hold and 
offio« pro- 
perty. 



InTMtmtB 

in real es> 

tote and 

Improve- 

menta 

thereon. 



(Cook.... 
DaPase 
Likv^ ... 






4,BooQe 



iDeKalb 

Kaiie 

Mdieory 

Winnebago i 899,028 



13,206,715 
106,504 
101, 706 

10.669 
147,041 
374,030 
137,073 



I 



Carroll 

JoDaviem . 

Ogle 

Stephanaon. 
Whiteaide . 



4 Bureaa 
Henry . 



<Lee 

'Pucnam 

iKocklaland. 



7 Grandy. 
Kendall. 
LaSalle. 
WiU ... 



g Ford 

Iroqaoia . .. 
Kankakee . 
LiTiDifatoa. 
ManbaU .. 
Woodford.. 



9 Fulton 
Knox .. 
iPeoiia. 
■Stark. 



10 Hancock 

I Uenderaon . . 
McDonuagh. 

lUtaver 

Schuyler ... 
Warr«u . . . 



Ill Adams . 
Brown . 
Cj^houn 
(rreen« . 

'Pike.'... 



U 



13 



Case 

Chrlatian . 
Menard . . . 
Morgan .-. 
^**"gami>n 
Soott 



DeWitt. 

Logan 

MMon ... 
McLean.. 
Tasewell 



14 



Champaign 

Coles 

Doaglaa 

If aoon 

Pktt 

TffBiUoa. 



93,837 
138,4011 
»7,473| 
S33.314 
Si7,l85, 

83,931, 
175^009! 
180,3131 

41,300 
335,449 

07,605 

80.189 

383,991 

305,829 

00.478 
149,013 

73,3641 
900,960! 

06.514. 
133,095; 
I 
333,033 
410,853 
380,038 
131,0731 

301, 040 ' 
53,127 

330, 019 

106,644 
85.957 

197,613 

418,777 
5:2.071 
38,415 
105. 163 
107,635 
319, 876 

05.834 
153,193 

73,341 
110,347 
453,403 

07,085 

90,033 
171,390 
108,736 
588,044 
387,843 

393,503 
100, 558 < 
180,805 
893,907 
03,038 
895,1801 



•87.405 

0,333 

550 



t40O 
770 
3,018 

1,005 

383 

3,045 

7,987 

700 

1.000 

1,470 

11,308 

430 



899 

1,900 
13,599 
13,410 

4,053 
0,055 
1,010 
7,197 
3,000 
305 

13.543 
3,055 
0,190 
4,610 

1,701 
50 

596 
3,350 

300 
1,035 

75 



1.100 

4,780 

10 

1,937 



fithareaof 
atookstote 
and nation- 
al banka. 



13,797,150 
100 



11. 115 

5,380 

700 

4,670 



3^081 
7,834 
1,740 
7,070 
5^145 

31, 513 

13,936 
16,635 
13,150 

3.734 
7,370 



97,494 
40,000 

733,181 
93.500 

389,150 

105.000 
319. 750 
106,150 
300.937 
175.500 

34,909 

140,000 
180,000 

SM^'OOO 

180,000 

'380,066 
108,858 

35,890 

"15,666 

150,000 

90,000 



117,500 
858,878 
500,000 



105,000 

854,' 496 

30,000 

188,' 350 
850,000 



50 

78^199 

100,000 
100 

366,666 
700,000 



84,000 

19,850 

1,050 

106,000 



345,490 
90,500 

100, 3U0 
75,090 

130,510 



All ether 

personal 

property. 



013,184,633 
8,073 
8,908 

08,431 
335,051 
410, 768 

37,198 
117,839 

07,599 

9.447 

533,501 

187,800 

150,800 

40,839 
130,519 
181. 673 
103,110 

89,979 

195,891 

193,551 

1,035,906 

54,899 

153,738 
818,591 
85,414 
084,377 
341, 575 
885,511 

131,936 

333,100 

85,783 

118,737 

145, 407 
95,367 

109,338 

101,888 
14,583 

103,308 

05,844 
26,017 
15, 075 
14,305 
14,883 
35,898 

5,055 

944,304 

58,500 

3,730 

353,574 

39,016 

103,119 
455,393 
103.977 
411. 461 

384, 3S8 

393,671 

54.711 

116,330 

397,043 



150,387 



Total value 

of unenu- 

merated 

property. 



•34.033,940 
490,494 
571 558 

1, 158, 357 
1, 713, 479 
4.450,033 
1,037,891 
8, 513, 809 

968,436 
1,791,970 
3, 761, 893 
8.850,160 
1.054,056 

007,588 
1, 533, 361 
1. 494, 564 

435, 873 
1,899,553 

978,357 

933.755 

5,040,601 

1, 713, 568 

088,097 
1,800,415 

415, 774 
8,306,309 
1,055,355 
1,343,940 

3,037,996 

3.393,311 

3, 634, 139 

986,485 

1, 630, 048 
501,:i56 

1. 981, 439 
9''5. 496 
633,933 

1,466,609 

3,183,933 
353,957 
940, 415 

1,404,455 
537,316 

8,039,813 

634,501 
1. 577, 957 
1, 240, 985 
1,548,707 
4, 687, 155 

580,3rj| 

795,3601 
1,934,470 

691,7181 
4,413,3301 
3, 113, 609 1 

1,974,974' 
1. 4d5, 648 

813, 933 
8, 804, 141 

503,709 
8,301,510 



Total valae 

of personal 

property. 



037. 494, 933 
1.083,870 
1. 305. 039 

2,054,433 
3, 751, 363 
6. 481, 183 
3,845,403 
4,001,381 

3, 108, 340 
3, 968, 177 
5. 373, 155 
3, 805, 880 
3, 358, 716 

1, 575, 147 

3, 544. 779 
3,336,581 

913, 847 
3.871,007 

1.711,600 
1. 851, 803 
9, 005, 909 
3, 130, 818 

1. 514, 686 
3, 141, 035 
1,877,930 

4. 537, 360 
3, 031, 999 
3,535,663 

5. 385, 181 
5. 710, 494 
5.334,053 
1,908,506 

3, 383, 003 
1, 378, 813 
3, 908, 914 
8, 193, 61 U 
1, 413. 748 
3, 113, 6al 

4, 845, 083 
971, 0:i9 
533,390 
3,497,301 
1,108.366 
3, 581. 953 

1, 104, 806 
3. 160, 343 
8,834,578 
3, 410, 039 
7.007,531 
1,043,148 

1,803,733 
3,986,831 
1,486,840 
7, 989, 708 
3. no, 144 

4.809,813 

3,571,343 
1,887,014 
4, 148, 960 
1, 315, 005 
4,975 108 



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COUNTIBS. 



Crawford . . . 

Clark 

Cumberland 

Ed^ar 

£li1n}rlium . . 

tfaspor 

Lawreuce. .. 

Moaltrie 

Shelby 



Bond 

Clay 

Clinton 

Payette 

Marion 

Montgomery. 
Watihingtou . 



Macoupin. 
Madison . . 
Monroe . . . 
St. Clair .. 



Aloxander . 
Jackeou ... 
JohnBou . . . 

Ma-i.sac 

Perry , 

Popo 

Pulaflki 

Randolph . . 

Union 

Williamson. 



19 



Edwards 

Franklin. 

GallMtin . 

Hamilton 

fiLardiu 

Jeffernon . 

Kiohlaud. 

Saline . 

Waba«h 

Wayne .. 

White... 



Totals 



House- 
hold and 
office pro- 
perty. 



968,167 

107, 6'2a 
41,999 

128, 88i) 
65,783 
36, 044 
65,377 
73, 840 

196« 739 

49,960 
93, 141 
116, 89S 
109,201 
131, 836 
117,510 
91,852 

106,033 

456,6?^ 

53,904 

351,674 

86,549 
89,435 
41,083 
42, 094 
50,350 
73, 986 
31,693 
126, 913 
80,035 
59, 495 

53,831 
39,664 
79,188 
37,357 
24, 459 
61,321 
100. 600 
43, 54*.> 
62, 854 
56. 0-^ 
50. 283 



Inveatrn'ta 
in real es- 
tate and 
improve- 
ments 
thereon. 



92,359 

775 

3,025 

11, 147 
135 
86a 
495 

12,563 

1.650 



Shares of 
stock state 
and nation 

al banks. 



8, 241 

20,863 

685 

352 



700 
1.800 



16, 449 

4,090 
5,470 
191 
3.230 
2,233 
1,200 



5,365 
5.161 
4,287 

76 
2,657 



2,28-2 
IKi 
900 

1,050 
740 



•17.673,325 $411, 984 



$131, 723 



50,000 



200,000 
106, 800 



13,250 

'5.156 
2,700 

115,000 



187,500 



.'{0, 6<)0 
100,000 



112.426,413 



AU other 

personal 

property. 



Total value, ^^j^ ^^ 
of unenu- 



•12, 075 
20, 249 

3. 498 ' 
39, 832 
10, 1H6. 
16,117 

7, 321 1 
89,024 
77, 104 

31, 540 
15, 2ftl 
89,4(^8 
74, 335 

n.oa-i 

17,668 
31, 466 

13,518 

68,005 



:i41,853 

25, 110 
21, 418 
536 
7,611 
4.722 
3,141 
9,273 
27,198 
1,027 
2, 42.") 
I 
1,300 
28,206 
12, 403 
231 
300, 
2.6U9, 
11,537 
I. 314 1 
28, 14J» 
11.136! 
3,337 



merat«d 
property. 



ofperBoitt! 
property. 



•489, 242 
487, 042 
129, 924 
781,922 
269,759 
163,349 
241.411 
573, 446 
1, 469. 308 

367,660 
637,688; 
637,833; 
988, 597 
856,645 
781, 822 
444, 709 

581,297 
2, 064, 251 

317, 143 
2,651.665 

429. 746 
348,027 
150, 508 
226.883 
276,664 
330,363 
115,535 
1,168.811 
331,097 
3»4,2:)0 

438, 184 
209, 9'M 
491, 4.51 
111.484 
106, 48;i 
332.5721 
504, 031 
119.649 
401.656 
319. 098 
260. 341 



•24, 289. 44 1 ! #155, 306, 292 



•1,110.434 
l,20:i,iM 

447. J^« 
l.«ia,bJ0 
79tf.fc^ 
64d.:^ 
62<3,rtl 
1,345.:» 

3.mBa 

833.945 
1, 31i«. 131 
].566,3M 
2.014,1?: 
1.6^1.149 
1.7M,S07 
1.050,itt 

1,40-^718 

3.6H,J?T0 

676.960 

3,97-2,7* 

698, 5*r 
784.062 
317, 5« 
447,775 
5^1.501 
550.701 

!.!#». 341 
719. S3B 
601,10) 

743. 9M 
ftiaMfi 
846, .lil 
3?l.rt9 
267. Ml 

1,02!«.:W 
4;M.77J 
705.92 
9S7.775 

619. Tii 



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Crawford . . . 

Clark 

Cumberland. 

Edgar 

Kmngham .. 

Jasper 

Lawrence 

Moaltrie 

Shelby 

Bond 

Clay 

Clinton , 

Faytate 

Marion 

MoncKomery 
Washington 

Maconpin .. 

Madison 

Monroe 

St. Clair .... 

Alexander . . 

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Massac 

Perry 

Pone 

Pulaski 

Randolph ... 

IJniiin 

Williamton . 

Edwards 

Franklin ... 

Gallatin 

Hamilton . . . 

HartUn 

JefPf rson 

Kichlaud ... 

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Wabash 

Wayne 

White 

Totals. 



Material 
and man- 
ufiftctared 

articles. 



Mnniif ' AirticUl. 
tools, im-' tools, im- 
plements I plements 
and ma- ; and ma- 
chinery, chinery. 



14.901 
12,293 
1,880 
9,973 
1,22.'> 
580 
1.730 
5,732 
5,449 

3.095 
4,734 
6,925 
9,569 
13,025 
15, 435 
9,415 

11,291] 

64, 620 1 

5,465i 

105,3521 

14,295 

14. 424 ; 

359 

8,748 

150, 

793 

15.525 

32,172 

4.865 

2.848 

12,025 
950 
7,047 
3, 127 
2,415 
8,264 
2.130 
1,383 

11, 877 

60 

2,410 



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2,585 
3, 726 1 
4,199 
3,557 
2.757 
4,9951 
22.019 

2,980 
10,106 

7.535 
2). 018 

8, 864 1 
12. 416 

3.850' 

6,786 

42,0110 

6,964 

89,110 

I 

13, 753 

8,586: 

1.762 1 

12, 108 

7, 745 

1.314 

4.364 

27,024 

10,023 

6,292 

5,792 
2,970 

19,179 
1.799 
8.194 
7,618 
3,130 
3, 557 

11,202 
2,995 
6,616 



$2, 661, 575 



Gold & 
silver 

plate Sc 
plated 
ware. 



162,759 
40,895 
19, 765 
55,369 
44,055 
34,946 
37 637 
55,274 

126,226 

28,360 
57.3r2 
76, 687 i 
84. 607 
54,252 
76, 843 
58.390 

52,558 
165. 178 

50,336 
114,234 

7.770 
38, 670 
12. 540 
1H,982 
28,766 
21, 025 

5,626 

109.857 

24,824 

19,458 

29,034 

18. 308 

19, 003 
5,039 
7, b22 

27, 939 
52. 695 
14, 212 
33, 092 
33. 549 
20.157 



•7, 212, 262 



165 

534 

63 

249 

22 

33 

140 

277 

1,803 



Dia- 
monds 

and 
jewelry 



291 
589 
r94 
362 
635 



648 
2,695 



1,675 

997 
329 



50 
160 

10 
125 
243 
537 



35 
25 

787 
78 

115 
99 

323 
25 

725 



30 



1142.537 



110 

150 

10 

10 

15 



605 
610 



50 

903 

195 

50 

60 



60 
1,595 



1,262 

1,046 

132 

5 



Moneys 

of bank, 

banker. 

broker. 

etc. 



Ci«dits 

of bank, 

banker, 

broker, 

etc. 



116, MO 
6,466 



1.176 
2,800 



1.035 
25,:«7 
39.456 

76.345 
69.700 
8,234 
2. 216 1 
26, 406 i 
47, 433 



19,386 
127,500 



35 
15 
25: 

100 ; 



375. 512 

2.000 
3,800 

13, 161 
2,576 

11,420 

"i,666 

5,550 

2,300 

950 

6,975 
689 



610, 



2,105 

500 

22,294 



4 
275 



172,367 



1,050 
14,680 



32,866 



«3,338,4N 



♦1.™ 
3. 



187 
11, 8» 



2.SQ0 
12. 6M 

500 

l,3?5 
l.\522 

2,365 
29.ftB 

ia5« 



S3. 115 

6,790 



43, m 

3.O»0 
1.500 
4,559 
2.500 
3.S65 
6.503 



7.3M 
2,«5 
2,149 

5,560 



4,1» 

2.400 
3,382 
9.951 

1.51t: 
6,306 



11, aw. 984 



17S 



[285] 



Statement — Gontinaed. 



1 

t 

3 



COUKTUBS. 



SCook ... 
DuPage 
Lake... 



iBo4ine 

DeKalb... 

ICaoe 

Mrlieiiry . 
WiDji«bago 

CarroU 

JoBftviMs . 

Ogle 

Stcphenaon 
Whiteside . 



Boreaa 

'Henry.. ... 

Patnam 

iRock labmd. 



Gmndj . 
Keodall 
USaU« 
Will.... 



;Ford 

' Iroquois . . . 
I Kankakee . 
I Livingston . 
iMarshall... 
Woodford.. 



* Fnlton. 

, Knox . . 

I Peoria. 

Stark. . 



^^ Hancock 

Henderson . . 
McDoQongb 
Moroer 



IS^ihnyler 
I Warren , 



lljAdaniii,,. 
1 Brown *. , 
I Calhoun 
l(Tr©eue , 
Jsrsej.. 
,Kke.... 



W'Cass 

'Christian . 
Henard... 
Morgan . . . 
Sangamon . 
Scott 



13 



14 



I>eWitt.... 

L<^Ean 

liuon 

McLean ... 
Tasewell . . 

Champolzn 
Coles r.:.. 
BongUM ... 

Maoon 

Piatt 



Moneys 
of other 

than 
banker, 

eftc. 



1664,694 

71,063 

210, 190 

B8,067 
19e<, 341 
381,75i2 
351.480 
487,391 

193, 513 
153,999 
251,234 
277,305 
157, 810 

62,963 
130.542 
152,568 

51, 018 
190,942 

95,559 
215, 016 
352,571 
259,035 

62,939 
116. 914 

39,773 
238,945 
116,782 
135,458 

800.236 
634,805 
461,558 
204,737 

210, 601 
57, 785 

423,687 

179,799 
77,986 

162,833 

524,093 
50, 142 
33,675 

427,86b 
51,280 

243,810 

82,843 

194,230 

74.545 



578,728 
37,700 

128,502 
186,690 
45,545 
•30,431 
270,862 

206,190 
166,254 
100,007 
S7S,100 
30,715 



Credits of 

other than 

banker, 

•to. 



$335,192 

132,135 

99,855 

468,186 
4B4.256 
922,491 
513, 564 
504,913 

194,948 
372.584 
846 531 
451.625 
964.634 

219,895 
271.484 
310, 161 
154,005 
259.672 

152,045 

209,136 

1,484,307 

151.850 

30,588 
193. 186 

60,080 
257,220 
186,057 
327,577 

703,957 

731, 763 
459,360 
212, 758 

403,609 
155,560 
329,486 
19f , 975 
207,838 
443,289 

294.858 
41, 142 
76,090 
357,058 
170,227 
820,126 

126,953 
287,100 
679, 763 
681, 874 
1, 062, 277 
264,779 

115,866 
474,855 
74,196 
894,339 
407,387 

150,877 
286.270 
96,722 
378,165 
103.884 
499,648 



Bonds and 
stocks. 



•87.675 



17.200 

10,700 
4.025 

60,262 
7,000 

13,860 

4,849 
2,965 
5,807 
1,500 
3,500 

2,899 

60,800 

29,500 

570 

37,000 



Shares of 
cap. stock 
of somp's 
not of this 
state. 



9,500 

73,700 

153.580 






9,389 

4.206 

375 

1,131 
36,540 
63,200 

1,440 

28.000 
1,280 
7,221 

19,850 
300 

12,500 

31,295 
1.391 



20,650 



23.125 

10,842 
18,900 
23,840 
7,500 
131, 971 
64, 475 

100 

9,876 

23.675 

249,975 

14,036 

5,337 
9,956 



14.590 
39,'06i 



$15,600 



12,230 

13, 575 

1,370 

540 



625 



3,700 



1,000 
"330 



75 



7,690 
1,440 



240 



349 



8,641 
■ ■ '60 



3,800 



25 



2,300 
15,000 



10,000 



310 
39 



1,900 
2,000 

52,749 



Pawn 
brokers 
pro- 
perty. 



110.600 



400 



600 



1,520 



10 



1,325 



Property 
of corpo- 
rations 
not before 
ennmera- 
ted. 



$47,395 
500 



190 

400 

1,200 



2,054) 
213, 187 



13, 591 

7,120 
400 

2.000 
225 



200 
56,575 
33,994 



15 
4.020 
7,500 
3,800 

20.800 

14,331 

10, 075 

1,100 

150 



250 



Pro- 
perty of 
naloons 
and eat- 
ing 
hoases. 



$278,568 
833 
160 



911 

309,500 

75 



280 



956 
11,300 



10,000 



70 



100 



130 
2,000 

11.622 
21828 

10.000 
9.214 
4,675 

27.706 
6,200 



30 



1,340 
5,735 
1,800 
1,425 

735 

930 

1,490 

3,779 

1,835 

500 
1.520 
2,350 

"'7,665 

9,880 

673 

15,286 

6,322 

400 
881 
1,735 
2,703 
2,310 
5,677 

•45 

2,475 

17, 510 

20 

•.003 



1.840 
260 



2,290 

10,765 
120 
690 
185 
695 
1,765 

3,935 
4,195 
1,476 
•50 
5,790 
1,560 

665 

990 

1,970 

10, 391 

4,870 

640 

1,700 

80 

3,925 

150 
1,990 



[286] 



174 



Statement — Continued. 



5 



15 



COUNTIKS. 



Crawford ... 

Clark 

iCaniberland. 

JBd^ar 

Efliu^liain .. 

Jasper 

Lawrence. . . 
Moultrie ... 
Shelby 



16 



17 



18 



19 



Bond 

Clay 

Clinton 

Fayette 

Marion 

Montgomery. 
Waamngton . 



Macoupin. 
Madiaon .. 
Monroe . . 
St Clair .. 



Alexander . 
JaokBon ... 
Johnaon .... 

MaHsac 

Perry 

Pope 

Pulaaki .... 
Randolph . . 

Uniou 

Williamtfon 



Edwards. 
Franklin. 
G^aliatin . 
Hamilion 
Hardin .. 
Jefferson 
Richland 
Saline ... 
Wabash . 
Wayne . . 
White... 



Totals 



Moneys 
of other 

than 
banker, 

eto. 



Credits of 

other than 

banker, 

etc 



•01,5171 
49, 34*^ 
25,530 

134.078 
18,543 
23,076 
51,833 
42.885! 

480,9dS| 

88.075 

60,201 

43,721 

153,699 

171.096 

116 469 

17,500 

90,955 

25,900 

100.930 

200,341 

'"8,150 
10,690 

3,838 
19,508 
15.205 
12,200 

2,426 

252,904 

34,713 

28,309 

150, 718 

43,914 

23,773 

9,815 

4.915 

52,755 

20,320 

4,074 

31.964 

76, 634 

89,433 



16. 415, 522 



Bonds and 
stocks. 



1165.227 

92,618 

12,853 

132,:i55 

16,128 

25,018 

19.926 

162,470' 

300,3171 

25.980 
156. 545 
316, 884 
1-^. 419 
100,592 
132,094 
105,365 

85,648 
576, 549 

16,150 
531,356 

1,947 
52,040 
12.282 
58,534 
58.816 
56.424 
12, 485 
387,885 
81, 742 
29,000 

142,848 
40,956 
55,821 
11, 195 
16, 118 
56,905 
54,052 
10, 492 

116.829 
62, 574 
42,555 



126. 414, 6U0 



•3,537 

13, 748 
50 
50 



1,000 



810 
4,469 

600 



4,957 

10 

5.120 

2,450 



6.885 
1.500 



92,855 

6.710 

700 

38,027 

1,702 

75 

2, 375 

900 

5.420 

6.170 

6,194 

600 
850 



1.000 



2.040 
1U.888 



125 



|1, 661, 626 



Shares of 
oap. stock 
of oomp's 
not of this 
state. 



$564 



130 



991 



Pawn- 
brokers 
pro- 
perty. 



15.150 



4,440 



340 
1,150 



•2.000 



1,250 



347 
33.050 



50 



Property 

of oorpo- 

rations 

notbeifore 

ennntec^- 

ted. 



P». 
petty sf 



andisl* 

hoiMM. 



•» 

m 

"St 



•125. 



200 
9.000 



100 
2,000 
2.606 
1.500 



6,600 



I 



3,885 



1,250 



1.420 
4,650 



l,7M! 



46 



51* 



3} 

5,M 
3,431 

4.141 



14,fl5 

1.4« 

24,914 

5,T1» 



3S 



^384 
411 



1.199 



3S0 

Hi 

i 
S4S 



•211,685 •27.9251 •868.0131 •517.19 



175 
Statement — Goutinaed. 



[287] 






COUNTUES. 



iCook.... 
DaPage 
Lake ... 



BooDe 

DeKalb. ... 

Kaiie 

McHenry . . 
Wiiinebago. 



C«rroU 

JoDaneas . 

lOgle 

ISt«ph«niion. 



Bareau 

Heiury 

Lee 

Putnam 

Kocklalaod. 



7 Grnndy. 
'KeiidaU. 
iLaSaUe. 
iWill ... 



gJFord 

;lroqaoia . .. 
Kankakee . 
LiviniBstoa. 
Manball .. 
Woodford . . 



9 Fulton 
Knox .. 
Paoria. 
Stark.. 



lO'KaiJoock 

jHendemoD .. 
IMeDonoagh. 

{Mercer 

.Sehuyler ... 
WarnfU ... 



11 {Adams . 
.Brown . 
.Calhoun 

Greene . 

Jersej . . 

Pike.... 



IS 



IS 



CaM 

Christian . 
Menard... 
Morgan .-. 
Bangamon 
Soou 



DeWitt. 

Logan 

MMon . .. 
MeLean.. 
Taseweil 



14 



Champaign 
Coles r!T.. 

JDoaglaa 

ilfacon 

PUu 

VenolUoii. 



Hoase* 

hold and 

office pro> 

party. 



InTeatm'ts 
in real es- 
tate and 
improve- 
ments 
thereon. 



•3,306.715 
106,504 
101, 706 

199,069 
147, 641 
374,630 
187,073 
899. 6S8 

93,837 
138,491 
397,473 
333,314 
817, 185 

83,931 
175.009 
186, 313 

41,300 
335,449 

67,665 

86,139 

383,991 

66,478 
149,913 

73.364 
900,960 

96.514 
133,6951 

333,633 
410,853 
380,638 
131. 673 

301,640 
53, 1ST 

3^,019 

108.644 
85.957 

137,613 

418,777 
53,071 
38, 415 
105, 163 
107, 635 
319,876 

65,834 
153,199 

78,341 
116, 347 
458,403 

67,685 

90,693 
171,396 
108,736 
988,044 
387.843 

393^593 
160.553* 
130,805 
393,907 
63,038 
995^1861 



•37.465 

6,333 

550 



t460 
776 
3,618 

1,065 

333 

3.045 

7.987 
700 

1.000 

1,470 

11.908 

430 



893 

1.900 

13,509 

13,410 

4,653 
6,655 
1,610 
7.137 
3.060 
365 

13.543 
3,055 
6,190 
4,610 

1,701 
SO 

506 
3,350 

300 
1,035 

75 



1.100 

4,780 

10 

1,937 



11, 115 

5,380 

700 

4,670 



3,081 
7,834 
1.740 
7.070 
5,145 

31. 513 
13.(136 
16,635 
13,150 
3.734 
7,376 



Shares of 
stock state 
and nation- 
al banks. 



13,797,150 
100 



97.494 
40.000 

733.181 
93,500 

389,150 

165,000 
319.750 
166.150 
300,337 
175.500 

34, 999 
146.000 
180,000 



990,060 
180.000 



386,000 
168,858 

35,630 



15.000 

150.000 

96,000 



117,500 
358,878 
500.000 



165^000 



354.400 

36,000 



186, 35« 



350,000 



50 
78^199 

100,000 
100 



300,000 
700,000 



34,000 

19,850 

1,050 

100,000 



345,490 
90,500 

100,300 
75,890 

130, 510 



AU ether 

personal 

property. 



•13,134,833 
3,673 
8,303 

68.431 
335,951 
416, 768 

37,198 
117,839 

67,553 

9.447 

533,501 

187,806 

156,800 

46,839 
130,519 
181. 673 
103,110 

83,979 

195,891 

193,551 

1,035,906 

54.809 

153,788 

813,591 

85^414 

684,377 
341, 575 
385^511 

131,936 

333,100 

85,783 

118,737 

145.407 
95,367 

169,338 

101,888 
14,533 

103,308 

65,844 
86.617 
IS, 675 
14,305 
14,383 
35,898 

5,655 

344.304 

58,500 

3,730 

358,574 

39,616 

163,119 
455,393 
103,977 
411, 461 
384,388 

393,671 

54.711 

118.330 

397,643 



Total ralue 

of uuenu- 

merated 

property. 



150,387 



•34.033,946 
496.404 

571 558 

1. 153, 3S7 
1. 713. 479 
4,456,033 
1,637,891 
3, 513. 899 

988.436 
1,791.970 
3.761.893 
8,350.160 
1, 654, 056 

667,588 
1.533,361 
1, 494, 564 

435,873 
1,899.553 

978,357 

933,755 

5,640,691 

1, 713, 568 

688,097 
1,800,415 

415, 774 
8,308,309 
1.055,355 
1,3 A MO 

3,037,996 

3,393,311 

3, 634, 139 

986,435 

1, 636, 048 
501,:iS6 

1, 981, 439 
9''5, 496 
633,933 

1. 466, 669 

3, 133, 933 
353, 957 
340, 415 

1.404,455 
537,316 

8, 039, 813 

634,501 
1, 577, 957 
1, 340, 985 
1,548,707 
4,687,155 

580,373 

795,360 
1,934,470 

691.7181 
4,413,3301 
3,113,6091 

1,974,974 
1.485,648; 

813, 933 
3,864,141 

503,769 
8,301,516 



Total value 

of personal 

property. 



•37. 494. 333 
1,083,870 
1. 305. 639 

2. 054. 433 

3. 751, 363 
6. 481, 183 
3, 345, 403 
4,001.381 

3, 103. 346 
3, 966. 177 
5, 373, 155 
3, 805, 880 
3, 353, 716 

1, 575, 147 
3, 544, 779 
3, 336, 581 
913,347 
3.871,007 

1,711,666 
1. 851, 803 
9,005,969 
3, 130, 813 

1. 514, 686 
3, 141. 035 
1,377,930 

4. 537, 36U 
3, 091, 999 
3, 535, 663 

5. 385, 181 
5,710,494 
5.334.053 
1,908,508 

3,393,003 
1, 376, 813 
3, 906, 914 
3. 193, 61U 
1. 413. 748 
3, 118, 6oi 

4. 845, 683 
971. 0:i9 
533,390 
3, 497. 301 
1.103,366 
3, 581, 953 

1, 164, 805 
3,180,343 
8,334,978 
3, 416. 039 
7. 667. 531 
1.043,148 

1.863,733 
3.938.831 
1,496,846 
7, 989. 788 
3, 770, 144 

4,969.913 
3, 571, 343 
1, 837. 614 
4.148,960 
1, 315, 605 
4,379 168 



[288 ] 



176 



Statement — Continued. 






15 



Counties. 



16 



17 



16 



Crawford . . . 

Clark 

Cuuilietlaud 

Ed^ar 

£111n(;bam . . 

JaapiT 

Lawrouce. . . 

Moultrie 

Shelby 



Bond 

Clay 

Cliuton 

Fayette 

Marion 

Montj;oniery. 
WaHhingtou . 



Macoupin. 
Madison . . 
Monroe . . . 
St. Clair .. 



Alexander . 
Jackson . . . 
Johnaon . . . 

MasHac 

Perry 

IPopo 

Ptuoaki 

Kaudulph . . 

Union 

Williamson. 



19 



Bdwanis . 

Franklin. 

Gallatin . 

Hamilton 

Hardin . 

Jeifer.son 

Kichltuid 

Saline 

Waba,sh 

Way no . 

White... 



Totals 



House- 
hold and 
ofQoe pro- 
perty. 



$68,167 

107. 62a 
41,999 

128, 88>' 
65,783 
30,044 
65,377 
73, 840 

196, 739 

49,260 
93,141 
116, 892 
109,201 
131, 836 
117,510 
91, 852 

106,033 

456, 6H9 

53,904 

251,674 

86.549 
89,435 
41,083 
42.094 
50,350 
T},9rt6 
31. 693 
126, 913 
80.035 
59, 495 

53,831 
39.664 
79.188 
37, 357 
24, 459 
61,321 
100, 600 
43, 542 
62,854 
56,026 
50.283 



Investrn'ta 
in real es- 
tato and 
improve- 
ments 
thereon. 



12,359 

775 

3.025 

11. 147 
135 
86Q4 
495' 



Shar«Bof 
atook state 
and nation- 
al banks. 



IbO 

900 

1,050 

740 



117,672,325 $411,984 



1131, 723 



12,563 
1.650 


50,000 




8,241 

20,863 

685 

352 




200,000 
106,800 






700 
1,800 


13,250 


5,150 


16. 449 

4.090 

5,470 

191 


2.700 
115,000 




S 230 




2,233 
1,200 








5,365 
5 161 






4,287 
76 






2,657 




187,500 






2.28-.J 


.'io.eeo 



100,000 



112,426.413 



AU other 


Total YBlne 

of unena- 

mAT&t^d 


• 

Total valve 


personal 


lofp^wnal 


property. 


property. 


' property. 

1 


112, 075 


$469, 242 


; 91.110.434 


20. 249 


487. 042 


l.«}:i,3» 


3,498 


129,924 


447, N« 


39,832 


781.922 


hfVliJt 


10, 186 


269, 759 


79G.ri5 


16,117 


163.349 


640,2^ 


7,321 


241.411 


fiiiS,^! 


89,024 


573,446 


1.341. 74* 


77, 104 


1, 469, 308 


3,15(<,fca 


21, 540 


367, 860 


83J.fe 


15, 2?>1 


637,688 


1,3LM31 


89,4t<8 


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190 



BeoapitulaUon — ^Contin ued. 



Amount brought forwcard. 



Real estftte— town and city lots. 



Improved town and city lota. . . . 
Unimproved town and city lota. 



l^umber of 
lota. 



34i,905 
447, 357 



Av'jre val. 
per lot. 



|5fll 36 
103 95 



7U0, 262 



1311 11 



Aaa'd Val. 



$199. 350. 123 
46. 504, S6S 



Total 

Total asseased valne of town and city lota 

Total value of all taxable property asaeaaed in ooantiea by local aaseaaora 



$245, 854, 685 



Acres in cultivation— wheat 

** •* com 

** " oats 

** " meadows , 

* ' • ' other field products 

' * inclosed pasture 

*' orchard 

*• woodland 



fed9,765t,09 



S4S.854.66S 



$1,100,639,737 



S, ^58^680 
7, 333, 761 
1,8S1,€93 
2,36:1,3a 

830.104 
4,a63,2M 

334,067 
6.9^061 



191 



[303] 



l^o. 35. 

Statement of rates per cent of addition and deduction, determined by the 
State Board of Equalization^ on assessment for 1874, of Property (other 
than Railroad J assessed by local Assessors. 





PXRBONAL PrOPKBTY. 


Lands. 


Town AND City 
Lots. 


COUKTIEa. 


Add. 


Bedact. 


Add. 


Bedact. 


Add. 


Deduct. 


Ailjims ,u ^ .^ .^a..... * ^ 




11 



9 



19 

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3 

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96 
33 

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27 

1 

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9 
94 


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6" 

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' "is " 




A kxander 


6 
4 


19 


Prfilnl 




Bouoe 


40 
24 


44 


ftown 




19 


BoKaa 


103 




Calhoon 


31 
32 

5 
36 
18 

1 
24 
96 

6 


19 


CamJl 




32 


Ci«fi 




5 


Champnign 




12 


Cbrijttian 




19 


Clark 






Clav 




31 


Ctintoo 




26 


Oilea 




1 


Cook 


7(1 




Crawford 


13 


5 


CnrriWrland 


36 




IteKalb 


30 
10 
39 


*2S 


DeWiu 




9 


DoasIa;8 




24 


DaPajje 


14 
20 




£(lgar 




38 


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13 


13 

" "25" 

3 

24 

31 

20 

6 

""26" 
33 
17 
18 
20 

3"' 

34 

""28* 

3 

92 

----- 

16 
25 
14 

■ "is ■ 

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16 
13 
33 
28 
11 
34 
4 


9" 

7 

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96 
33 

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....... 

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7' 


13 


Kfliiiahain ^ . . ^ 


10 




Fayette - 


9 

2.'> 
5 
35 
31 
31 
7 




Ford 




26 


Franklin 




9 






24 


Gallatin 




34 






20 


G runci y 




• 




13 




Iliincock 


19 
33 
17 
18 
90 


19 


Hardin 




.34 


Henderson 




17 






Id 


Iroqnoia. 




21 




4 
S5 
33 




Jaitp^r 












Jersey , 


4 

34 


4 






33 


Johuaon 


50 






30 


30 


Kankakee 


3 




Kendall 


27 
34 


97 


Knox 




26 


Lake 


13 


9 


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23 


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........ 

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23 




91 






98 
15 
93 
42 


27 






14 


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95 






14 


llac«mpin 


114 




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15 
3 
25 
16 
13 
34 
95 
19 
34 
4 


15 


Marion 






Marshall 




95 


Maanu 




15 


Matwac 




1: 


Mc I )onoagli : 




3 






2. 


McLean 




1 


Menar^l 




3 


Mernor 








6 





[304] 



192 



Statement — GontiDued, 







PBBSONAL PBOFBliTT. 


Lakdb. 


Town AjroCnr 
Lots. 


uoinrriBs. 


Add. 


Dednot. 


Add. 


Dednot 


Add. 


Dednet 


Mod 
Morj 
Mou 
Ogle 
Peoi 
Perr 
Plat 
Pike 
Pop( 
Pala 
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Ricli 
Koci 
SaUi 
Sanj 
Schi 
Scot 
Shel 
Star 
St. ( 
Step 
Tazi 
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Ven 
Wal 
VTsa 
Wan 


tfiromflrv. ....... ...._..._... ............. 




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5 

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41 

95 


19 
96 

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3 * 

54 

98 


38 
38 

9** 

33 
8 
8 
93 
94 
34 
13 


19 
11 

7 

8* 




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38 


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11 




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33 
8 
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34 
15 


9 


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lain ...................................... 




31 


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91 


liiiid ..................................... 




34 


i. lalaod. ................................. 




99 


le ....................................... 


6 


19 


tknion ................................... 


98 
10 

7 
26 
35 
33 
34 
17 


80 
94 
98 
97 


19 
9 
7 
91 
40 
98 
33 
18 

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96 

98 
15 

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19 


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58 

9" 

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5 


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9 


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7 


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14 


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49 


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9 


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34 






18 


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98 


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98 


Ten. ..• 




98 


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14 


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3 
54 




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95 


94 


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9 

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34 
19 


34 






19 









193 



[ 305 ] 



No. 36. 

Statement of rates per cent of addition atid deduction determined by the 
JState Board of Uqualizationy on assessment for 1874 of Railroad pro- 
perty assessed by local assessors. 





PSBfiONAL PbOPBRTT 


Lands. 


Town AND -_ 

Lorn Ci" 


COUNTIBS. 


Add. 


Ded. 


Add. 


Ded. 


Add. 


Ded. 


AdUDS 




11 



9 




9 




Alfflnnder. 



4 


19 




19 
"137" 








Boone 


40 
94 


44 

19 






Brawn 




" "ijz" 


19 


Bureau 


103 




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CmtoIL. 




3d 

5 

3« 

18 




31 

5 

19 

19 


6 


39 


Cms. 




5 


ChftmpftlKii .a ... 




19 


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19 


Clark 






Ctay 




94 

90 

6 








CHnton. 




"ioi" 


27 

1 


"m" 


26 


CoIm 




1 


Cook 


7tf 






Crawford 






C^m^WrlanH , - , . , .... 












DeKalb 




30 
10 




95 

9 

94 




98 


DeWitt 






Donglaa 








DnPace : 


14 
SO 




15 


15 




logu :.:::..::.::.: 






Edwards 












^BfiSnirhain ^ x 


10 




10 















7 




Ford- 








25 


96 




1 






Fulton 




35 
31 





24 




94 






34 


Greene 




31 

7 




20 












6 


Tl'tmlltmi 


13 


31 










19 


90 




19 


HartSn 










17 

la 

90 




17 
IS 





17 


Henry » , . . 




18 






'.'.'...'.'.'. 90 
60 


21 


Jaccaon 


4 










Jenerson 


33 




33 




33 






4 

34 




JoBl^Ti^M _ 














50 


50 
2" 








Kane 


30 


98 


3 


30 




3 




Kflnri^l 


27 
34 










1 


96 




26 


Lake....!.;..;;..;;;;:;;;..;!:;;;;:;:;;;;!;: 


13 


9 




93 


93 

18 1 

27 

lU 

25 

14 

113 

j i 15 

lli 


....... 


93 


lawreoce 


21 






t« 




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15 
4*^ 




14 


w ^w.~... . 




25 


Maron'".".'.' 


in 




Madieon 


114 




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1(3 


15 










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15 


MiAMJC . 







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28 

11 


' 33 


10 

M 

1 





11 
33 

4 


Moiiard 


; 

1» 
I 20 




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Vol. 1—20 




1 

5 





19 

11 : 


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[306] 



194 



Statement — Continued. 





PBILSOXAL PUOI'EBTT 
6 


Lands. 


Lon. 


CoumiBs. 


Add. 


Vied. 


Add. 


Pcd. 


Add. 


l)«d. 


Koaltrie. 




S6 
41 
SS 










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""45 ■ 


38 


'••-'- 


98 


Perry 


11 




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19 
S3 


9 


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S3 




3S 


Pone.. - 






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8 
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8 






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34 
15 




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13 






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6 




R<Miimmoin ^..... 


S8 
10 
7 
26 
35 
33 
34 
17 




12 
9 

7 




5 


Schuyler. 






Scott 






7 


Shelby. , 






Stark. 










40 








28 
33 




S 


Stephenson. , 




31 








Union J... 
















20 
24 
28 
27 




5 




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Wabash 


















Washington 






15 




14 




3 
54 




WUte 




54 

**"i6"* 

28 








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25 


25 


i" 


14 


Will 


9 

28 










Winnebago 


34 
12 


34 
12 




34 


Woodfar£ 




IS 









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Statement of the aggregate equalized assessment of the property of BdT 

roads J for 1874. 



NaMB or COKPAKT. 



Cairo and St. Loals 

Cairo and Vincenne« 

Carbondale and Shawneetown 

Chica^^oand Alton 

Chicago, Burlineton and Quincy 

Chicafco, Danville and Viucenues 

Chicago and Iowa 

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Columbus, Chicago and Indiana Central, leased by 

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Chicago and Illinois Soutbem 

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Grand Tower Mining, Manuf g & Transpor'tion Co. 

Hannibal and Naples 

Illinois and St Louis Railroad and Coal Company.. 

Indianapolis, Blooniington and Western 

Indiauapolls and St. Louis 

Indiana and Hlinois Central .- 

Iron Mountain, Chester and Eastern 

Jaeksonville Northwestern and Southeastern 

Joliet and Northern Indiana 

Lake Shore and Michigan Southern 

LaFayette, Blooniington and Mississippi 

Louisville, New Albany and St. Louis 

Michigan Central 

Ohio and Mississippi 

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Paris and Danville '. 

Paris and Decatar 

Peoria, Pekin and Jacksonville 

Peoria and Rock Island 

Pekin, Lincoln and Decatur 

Pittsburg, FtWayne and Chicago, leased byPenn • 

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Quincy. Alton and St. Louis (1873) 

Kockford, Rook Island and St. Louis 

St. Louis. Alton and Torre Haute 

St. Louis and Southeastern 

St. Louis, Vandalia and Terre Haute 

Spriiigflftid and Illinois Southeastern 

Sycamore nnrt Cortland 

Toledo, Peoria and Warsaw 

Toledo, Wabash and Western 

Westell Union 



Equalized 
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13,601 

744 

755, 552 

667, 645 

41,115 

347 

493,907 

1, 114, 677 

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81 

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146, 220 

1,210 

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4,954 

44,716 

536,839 

6,358 

63,171 

67,744 

344,628 

21, 4a5 

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76 

40.964 

94,185 

17, 919 



338,920 
283,889 



76,080 
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13, 074 
7,576 
4,357 

689.542 
144 



38.770 
121, 615 
159,720 
19.1, 430 

61, 808 
1,408 

49.319 
322,977 

33,166 



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Eq*llzed val 

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1306,735 

640, 295 

65,900 

4, 809, 498 

7, 186, 252 

670, 257 

437, .•)20 

4,880.554 

2, 973, 255 

190,130 

598, .173 

242,722 

245,661 

160,661 

459, 769 

30,416 

110,833 

33,761 

43. 925 

52, 131 

525,552 

200.887 

213, 060 

149, 727 

1, 664, 759 

1, 236. 108 

394,081 

163,620 

141,856 

155,888 

249, 426 

341,830 

72,892 

1U3,160 

1, 138, 182 

26, 428 

143, .*i57 

338, 016 

423. 165 

428, 572 

307,454 

970,260 
194,409 
232,511 

1,097,494 
525,176 
922,090 

1, 193, 303 

855, 453 

21, 778 

1, 729, 441 

3, 281. 782 
639, 151 



Equalized 

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stock. 



$6,863,707 143,529.716 



$7,629,829 
12, 123. 668 
106.868 
576.733 
856,925 
233,936 



49,990 
75, 515 



158,582 

223,809 

148,677 

1, 125, 139 



92,139 

339,550 

6,816 



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151. 423 
140,109 



1<5,447 
109 849 



388,943 

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861,936 

1,969.918 

219, 917 



Total 

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173,480 : 
5.203 I 

171.669 

197,611 

5,499 



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19,997,563 

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192,419 
598, ci» 

416.223 
251, M 

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36,000 

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132, e» 

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137, T« 

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415,566 

164,569 

141.932 

288,991 

513. 161 

366, »5 

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86, 4S 
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451, 9i9 

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360.000 

343,360 

1, 136,954 

1,035,034 

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927.351 

83,186 

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Abditements. oommisaions. etc., on taxes of 187^ 7S, 73 

Acconnts of State Treasurer with the different ronda 44, 51 

Aslant General, salary of S9 

A4|ntant General, office of 96 

Afncnltaral Boards, State and oonn ty S8, 8f 

Appropriations^ general 13 

Appropriations, special 11, 12 

Acaessment and equaliasation for 1873 and 1R74 xu 

Assessment for 1 87:2 and 1873, State taxes charged npon xm 

Assessment of all property, equalised, for 18T3 156, 158 

*• •• •• 1874 216,218 

Assessed Tslne of property in the seToral oountiee, for the year 1B73 102, 131 

1874 l.»,188 

Attorney General, salary and olerk hire of. 39 

" •• office of .• 96 

Auditor of Public Accounts, salary and dwk hire of. 39 

'• •• " officeof 26 

" " " fees collected and paid into treasury by 42 

Binding, pnbllo 27 

Blind, Institationlbr the Bduoatton of 24 

Bonded debt of the State xiv 

Bonds registered under acts of 1865 and 1869 Xiv, zv, 52, 67 

Bonds registered under drainage and levee law of 1872 xv, 66 

Bonds registered, tazescbarged for, in 1872 and 1873 xv, xvi 

Canal and River Improvemoot xvu, xvm 

Canal Commissioners, salaries of 19 

Canal Redemption Fand 9,37 

Capital Stock of Corporations, collection of taxes upon resisted xix 

CMtal Stock of Railroad Companies, assessment of, for 1873 138,148, 149 

Same for 1874 195,205,901 

Capital Stock of Western Union Telegraph Company, assessment of, for 1873 150, ISl 

Capital Stock of Great Western Telegraph Company, assessment of, for 1873 151 

Capital Stock of Corporations (other than railroad and telegraph) assessment of, for 1873 152. 155 

Same for 1874 907,215 

Csmmissioners, Railroad and Warehouse 27, 28 

Commissioners of Public Charities, expenses of, etc 13 

Contineent Fund of Governor 15, 17 

Conveying Convicts to Penitentiary 13, 14 

StoteReform School 14. 15 

Costs and exponsee in State suits 17,18 

Countv and State Agricultural Boards 28, 29 

Coonty, State. City, Town, District and other local taxes levied on assessment of 1879 98, 99 

Same for 1873 106,161 

Deaf and Dumb, Institution for the Edueation of 24 

Bebt of the State, bonded xiv 

Betailed statement of warrants drawn 11-41 

Blslmrsements and receipts from all funds • . vi, vii 

Disburaements and receipts of General Revenue Fund 1 

iMsbursements and reueipts of special State funds 2, S 

Canal Redemption Fund ^ 9 

Dllnois Central Railroad fund ~ 9 

Illinois River Improvement fund 9 

Interest fund 3 

State Debt ftmd i 

State School fund 3 

Unknown and Minor Heirs' fond 3 

IMibnrsements and receipts of Local Bond Funds 4-7 

IMstriot, State. County, City, and other local taxes levied on assessment for 1872. 96, 99 

Hame for 1873 100,101 

Bstimated expenses of the govemmen t to July 1, 1875 vni, ix 

Bqualization, State Board of 99 

Xqoalixed assessment of all property for 1873 156.158 

*« " •• •' 1874 216,218 

XxecntiTe Mansion 18,19 

Bxpenses. incidental 21,22 

Bye and Ear Infirmary. Illinois Charitable 22 

VeeUe-minded Children, Institation for the Ednoatlon of 24 



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Fees ooll«oted by A ndltor and paid into the 8tate Treunry fl 

Field Notes and Surveys of U. S., Custodian of, etc tt 

Fngiti res from justice IS,* 

Fund Commissioners' Clerk 80 

Funds, Local Bond ix, X, xi, 4-7, 37-41 

General Assembly, 28th ^ 20, ffl 

General Statement of warrants drawn 8, tt 

Greological Survey -81 

Reports 81 

Governor, salary and clerk hire of SI 

•• office of -25 

' • contingent fund of 15-17 

Great Western Telei^raph Co.. assesflmeat of capital stock of, for 1873 151 

Illinois Central Railroad fund S, X 

• State indebtedness purchased with « 

Illinois River Improvement fund 2,* 

Illinois and Michigan CHnal. and Illinoia River Improyement fund xvn, xvm 

lUinois Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary 28 

Industrial Fniversity •. 28 

Soldiers' Orphans' Home 22,2J 

State Penitentiary SJ 

Incidental expenses 21,28 

Insane Hospital, Jacksonville 21 

Northern 2! 

Southern 8S.2« 

Institution for the Education of the Blind *• 

DeafandDumb 21 

of Feeble-minded Children 24 

Interest fund 3^38 

Jndiciary. salaries of 32-3S 

Justice, fugitives from 19,20 

Library, State 30 

Local Bond fnnd«, levy for n 

" '* " collection of taxes for ei^oined x«xi 

" " " receipts and disbursementa of. 4-7 

• disbursements of 37-41 

" " " amount of taxes charged on account of. amount of deductions, amount paid over 

and amount remaining unpaid for 187:2 82-69 

Same, for 1873 8M7 

Levyofl873 ^ n 

" 1874 n 

Live stock, assessed values of; for 1873 and 1874 xm 

Money refunded— Revenue fkind M 

New Stat-e House 31 

Normal Uni versity— Bloomington 94 

" '• Southern 1$ 

Northern Insan e A sy 1 um 23 

Notices, publishing 27 

Office of Governor 25 

Secretary of State 25 

Auditor of Public Aoooants 26 

State Treasurer 96 

Attorney General if 

Adjutant General 28 

Superintendent of Public Instruction • 36 

Penitentiary, Illinois Stat« S3 

Penitentiary, conveying convicts to 13, 14 

Public Charities, expenses of Commiadoners, et« 13 

Printing pai>er and stationery 26 

Public printing 96 

Public Dinding ] [...'.'..'. 9J 

Publishing notices .'!].''.'.'!....".!.!..'*!! J. *!!!].!!.!..!!' 'I...I... 27 

Porters and watchmen in State House > . ! 27 

Property assesHod in the several counties for the year 1873 102-131 

Barae for 1874 lSB-168 

Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners 27, 98 

Railroad prop<*rty assessed by the State Briard of Equalization for 1873 138-148 

Same for 1874 .• 195-205 

Railroad property, aggregate equalized assessment of for 1873.!.! 149 

Same for 1874 808 

Rates per cent, of additions and deductions on assessment for 1873 ...*..*. i34, 135 

Same for 1 874 191 , 192 

Rates per cent, of additions and deductions on assessment of lailroad property In ooantiee finr 

1873 136, 137 

Same for 1874 193,IM 

Recapitulation of assessment for 1873 '. 132, 133 

Same for 1874 189. im 

Receijpts and disbursements of all funds '. '.'. . .'.".' V. ... .V. .vi vii 

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'^ Special State Funds 2,3 

" " Canal Redemption Fund 9 

Illinois Central Railroad Fund 9 

" " Illinois River Improvement Fund 2 

Interest Fund 3 

State Debt Fund 3 



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** •• Local Bond Fnnda 4-7 

Sefticn School, State 30 

" •• Conveying oonviote to 14,15 

Bepain to State HooM 37 

Seporte of Supreme €k>nrt 87 

'^' Geological 81 

Berenne Fnnd, warranta draw n upon 8, 10 

•' •• receipts, dlaburaements of 1 

Berenne law, new xi, xii 

ScTiaion of Statntee i>7 

Salariea, State officers 31,38 

Judidarr 38-30 

Judges Supreme Court 38 

•• Superior Court of Cook county 38 

• • Circuit Court of Cook county 43 

•• Circuit Courts 33,43 

State's AttomeTS 34-36 

SdMrat College and Seminary Funds 42 

School Tax Fund, levied, etc., for 1878 76.77 

Same for 1873 78,79 

School Tax Fnnd and Interest on School Fund distributed in 1878 and 1873 80,81 

Secretary of State, salary and clerk hire of 38 

•• officeof 85 

Soldiers' Orphans* Horn e 88, 23 

Soathem Insane Hocrpital 83, 84 

" Normal Univeraity 85 

Special State Funds, receipts and disbursements of 8, 3 

" accountswith 36,37 

" •' •• warrants drawn uiK>n lit 

State assessment for 187S and 1873, taxes charged upon xiii 

" bonded debt xlv 

•• Debt Fnnd 3.36 

" School Fund 3,37 

" indebtedness purchased with Illinois Central Railroad Fund 48 

" salts, costs and expenses In 17, la 

' ' Treasurer, salary and clerk hire of. :)8 

ofBoeof 86 

Stationery uid printing paper .86 

State Houae, porters uxa watchmen in 87 

" '• repairfito 87 

Statntee, revision of ^ 87 

State and County A gricultnral Boards 88, 80 

State Board of Equalisation 89 

State Library 30 

State Beform School 30 

State Honse, new 31 

State indebtedness purchased wi th State Debt Fund 43 

State Treasurer's accoxmts with the diiferent ftxnds 44-51 

State taxee ch^ed, etc. . for 1 873 68, 69 

Same for 1873 70 7i 

State tax levied on assessment of 1873 in excess of |3, 500,000 condition of 74, 75 

State, county, city, town, district and other local taxsa levied on assessment of 1878 98. 99 

Same for 1873 100,101 

State Entomolof^st, salary of 38 

Statement No. f*-Reeeipts and Disbursements of General Revenue Fund 1 

Statement No. 3— Receipts and Disbursements of Special State Fnnds 8 

Statement No. 3— Receipts and Disbnrsements of Local Bond Funds for payment of principal and 

intereat of Registered Bonded Indebtedness of Counties, Townahips, Cities and Towns 4-7 

Statement No. 4— Genexal Statement of Warrants drawn on the State Treasury for all purposes. . . H-lo 
Statement No. 5— Detailed Statement of Warrants drawn on the Treasury for all purposes, and to 

what account and appropriation charged *. 1 1 41 

Statement No. 6— Warrants outstanding December 1, 1878, and November 30, 1874 48 

Statement No. 7— Condition of the School, College and Seminary Funds 42 

Statement No. 8— Fees collected and paid into the State Treasury by the Auditor of Public Ac- 
counts from January 13. 1873, to November 30. 1874. 42 

Statement No. 9— State Indebtedness redeemed with the Illlaols Central Railroad Fund 42 

Statement No. 10— State Indebtedness redeemed and purchased with State Debt Fnnd 43 

Statement No. 11— Accounts of the State Treasurer with the several State Funds, and Local Regin- 

tered Bond Funds of Counties, Townships. Citieo and Towns 44-51 

Statement No. 18— Bonds issued by Countiea, Townships, Cities and Towns, registered In Auditor's 
office, in pursuance of an act entitled "An act to fnnd and provide for paying the Railroad 

Debte of Counties, Townships, Cities and Towns." in force April 16. 1869 r^-i-sr* 

Statement No. 13— Bonds registered in pursuance of the act of February 13, 1865 wa ai 

Statement No. 14— Registerad Bonds usued by Commissioners of Snj Island Levee (of AdaniM. 
Pike and Calhoun counties,) in pursuance of an act of April 34, 1871, and registered in the 

Auditor's office under act of Aprit 0. 1878 66 

Statement No. 15— Aggregate smountof State Taxes charged, the amount of abatements, oomiuin- 
slons, etc. the net amount collected, the smount paid to State Treasurer, and the amount re- 
maining due in each county for the year 1878 68, 69 

Statement Na 1^— Aggregate smount of State Taxes charged, the amount of abatements, oomniin- 
siona. etc., the ninamount collected, the amount paid to State Treasurer, and the amount re- 
maining due in each county for the year 1873 70, 71 



Statemeqt St. IT— Detailed atatement of "«lnlwiiiiiile. osaimluiaBi, etc," Id each oODDt; fbr the 

;eul873, (etpUlDlag KOondoalamii of ti(atetaeiit Mo. !■ i -- nT 

BUtemantNo. II' ---'■-' ' -' - 



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Jo. IT-: 

13. (6SB|_ „ r-— ----- - 

^Dont neede-i to rwM t3,SOD.0OO, Inlns eeiren Ch^y-*iitlu of tiie wnaont 

churBe* 11,1 

-"- le— ScboalFaod Tax levied la ttae fear leUihowiOKtlieaKBreiMeuiieaDCOkiiiEed, 

t ol sbatemeDta. oommlHlooB, Btc, tba net amount oollected| the uaount paid to 
w^u L-uuutyT elc - - H,' 

Statemeat Xo. SO— Sctuwl Fnbd Tax lerled tor the jtar 1813. Bhoiriiig tbe agsiwUe amoaut 
otaaraod theamaaot of abatements, oommlealoiu. ate, tbe nel anauDtoollectnCUie amount 
paldtooacli oounlj etc 78,1 

atatamaDtNo 31— tihonlHg theamnontof Intereaton asheol Fnad, and thaamonnt oI SduolTaz 
VunddiWrlhuWdWithteeTeialconatleala the State, far tbe y«r« IBTS tad 1^73 SO,! 

fitaleicpnt No 31 \ e amnnnt of taiea ohargBd on accoant of Looal Buod Foada, the 
aoimmt of almte mmlMleiiB, ate., the ameuat paid over b/ ooUaetoim, and the amoaat 
renrnlalne UDpu I looallty for the year 1S74 81-8 

Btataioent >o sf- \ amount of taiaa charged on account of Looal Bond Faadt. the 
amount of abalc mtnluloDg, etc., the net mnount colleeted, tha amount paid State 
Treasurer nnl I t remaining unpaid for each locality for tba year iMTi .--. ..dd-9'j 

Statsmoot No -i— A i Blata, County, City. Town, IXatnot and othar Local TaxM levied 

StatamnnCXo _>— A sn I f Statat'CiKIDlV. ci(frTVn,'*DiMriw'uid'c^^ 

ontbBOM m ntof I- J 100, 1« 

Btatomeu[>o Ni Pr i I queued for the *eai 1SI3, in tba Mvaral ooODtles, as letomed (0 the 
Auilitom ulH « lOa-lB 

StatOBienla No a~ Rates par cent, of addition and dednoUou datarmlnedby tbeBule 
Board ufEaunI aueMiiiantnf IBTt IM-UT 



Statement No «— V ut of railroad properlr hy tiyt State Board of EqnalliatloB for 

year Ifns shnwl eument of "Kallroad Traok," "KolllDa Stock" and "Capita' "— 

ofrallroadx In tl of ItUnoia. and tha distribution thereof to Iheeeieral cm 



-Statement No 30— A i eqnallEadMHHament of the'pronrtvofB^lTwida, for tha y ear Iffn ..10 

SUtemancNn 31 \, C made by tha State Board of Knualliatlou Hgulnsttlie oapltal etoolc 
of Telaifraph ( n Tor tha you- 18T3. and the dlitribution thatoof to the veveral coan- 
tiraln wJlfb tl llinHar«laoateil,etc IM.IH 

Etal4'Dn>tit H 32— V t made by the SUEa Board of Bgnalliatlon uxainat tba capital ateck 
of EoriMraliuui, ucbsniutD Railroad nud Teleirraph), for tlw year 1B13 IM-U> 

Statement No- 33— ^nallied aauMament of oil taxable property In the State of lUinola. fhr tha 
year liTS, ahovlng the valaatlon of tha aareral claaeea of property In aaoh county, aa equal- 
iMdotaeeaeMdhytheStateflQanlof Equalliadon IJ<,1» 

Statement No- 34— Property assMaod, for the year lifli In the aavatal countlea, aa returned te tha 
Andltor'a otSce. .-. , . i» 

Stalementa Hoa. 3S and 3t— Ratea per cent of addition and deduMlan, 

Boanl of EquaUiatlon, on aiweaamant of 1BT4 i>i-i 

tenant No. n— Aaaeaaraent of Hailroad Property by tha State Board of Sqnalliallon. for the 
yeaTieT4,ata*iHDEIbeaweMmeDt of "Ballroad Traofc." "KollLig Stock." and "Caidtal Stock" 
of Railroad* la the State of HUnoia, and the dlatrlbntlon thereof lo the aereral counUei b 

-■-'-h [he mad* are located eto 1» ' 

It No-Sil—AinFreuteeqaallEedBeeeegmcotiif Iheiiniperty ofBallroad*. for tha year ISIi.. 
..«-~ . ...... . „ .. I Eiiuslliatlon —■---■- --.-—'. 



made by lbs HtAte Buu-d uf EiiuaUzatiou a^lnat tho capital stock 



irporaled under the la«« of thi* State, (othsr than Railroad 

No!"-ia^Eqaalbed'auawmVBt of iji ' taiijjo 'propatty la Iha siata'of liilnoii,' for the 

J'Oir IE>74, ahowine (he valnaltnc of the leTeruI claatei of property in onch county, aa eaoaJ- 
»d or asMweedbv the State Board of Equaliiatlon ««« 



SnpremD Court, Kepiirl 

II •• SouthEm riTiidan, 



Taxea oharEed a 
Taxes fox State. 



Coanty, City, TownandDialriactaieai'laTledciaBaBaHment'of ISn.-.V. W.n 

— u..,.u™«.mentfflrim. !?, 10«,1M 

ITuknawD and Uinor Helri' Fund » 

Warranu dnwD on the Tteaaiiry ._ -™1,T5 

delaUed' 



WeatentTnlonTaleKTBpb Company, aeeeaoBient of o^tal (tack, for isra l».l« 

Watchman and ForUraUSMMflouaa « 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



or T9S 



SECEETAEY OF STATE. 



DECEMBER 15, 1874 



VoL 1—21 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



State of Illinois, Depabtment of State, 

Office of Seobetaey, December 15, 1874. 

To His Excellency^ John L. Beyebidge, Governor : 

Sib : lu conformity with the law defining the duties of the Secre- 
tary' of State, I have the honor herewith to submit for your considera- 
tion and transmittal to the General Assembly of the State my first 
biennial report, which embraces a statement of all the record work of 
I this oflSce for tne two years commeuciug November 30th, A. D. 1872 — 
; at ^ich date the last biennial report of my predecessor closes — up to 
: and including the 30th day of November, 1874. Also, a statement of 
I all the fees received by me and paid to the State Treasurer since Janu- 
ary 13th, A. D. 1873 — the date at which I had the honor to assume the 
I duties of the position I occupy — up to and including November 30tli, 
j A. D. 1874, the close of the fiscal year ; together with such other mat- 
I ters as are required of me by law to report. 

For a number of years past each General Assembly has enacted some 
new law the effect of which has been to multipl3' the varied and mani- 
: fold duties of the Secretary of State, and so largely increasing the cleri- 
cal work necessary to be performed in the office, that, even with the in- 
creased force now in this office, it demands the closest attention, and 
unceasing labor on the part of not only myself, but also of every clerk 
in the ofiice— each averaging more than the usual number of hours <if 
labor each day. 

When I assumed the duties of this office the whole system of the 
salary and emoluments of the Secretary of State, which had been in 
operation under the old constitution, were radically changed. Instead 
of being paid a salary, and in addition thereto receiving all the fees of 
the office as his personal emoluments, this, like all the other state offices 
under the new constitution, was made exclusively a salaried office, and 
by law the Secretary of State now pays all fees received by him into 
the State treasury. 

The law also makes the Secretary of State the custodian of all the 
property of the State in this city, the stationery and other articles ft)r 
the use of the officers of the State and General Assembly and dire^^ts 
that officer to deliver the same upon the proper order ; to keep an accu- 
rate account of all stationery, printing paper and fuel furnished riie 
State on contract or otherwise, and also of all such articles furnished by 
him to any State officer, the General Assembly, or any contractor, aliow- 
i ing distinctly how much has been furnished to each. 

In order that this provision of the law might be complied with, and 
that I might properly perform these duties and many others of similar na- 



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tare not enamerated, I was obliged to employ on my clerical force an 
experienced book-keeper, who has charge of the accounts of the officii! 
I have alHO made it a rule, that no pnrcliases should be made of any ar^ 
tide for the use of this office or for the General Assembly, except uikmi 
a written order, for the article purchased, from some person duly a«-| 
thorized to make the same. Thus, with the help of my most efficient 
corps of clerks, I have been enabled to keep the detail work of this de* 
partmeot in a most excellent and satisfactory condition ; every item i4| 
expeuse from any appropriation over which I have any control can a| 
a moment's notice be ascertained. 

I also found that the new law authorizing incorporations, which took 
effect in 1872, had largely increased the clerical labor of the office, aim 
in this department the work has steadily increased from year to yearj 
and the m<iss of manuscript which in this branch alone has to be copiei 
is 6imx)ly immense. 

BBCOBD BOOKS. { 

A few years ago, when I was serving as clerk in this office, the recoii 
books used did not exceed a half dozen ; but the various branches fll 
work in the office, with the natural growth of the State, and the opem 
tion of new laws, already referred to, imposing additional duties iipoi 
the Secretary' of State, has increased the records wonderfully. lutteal 
of a half dozen books then in use, the matters now required to be en- 
tered of record demand the use daily of over forty record books, be* 
sides many others necessary for the use and convenience of the office! 
I mention this only for the purpose of showing the magnitude of tiw 
varied interests of the State as represented by this branch of the ex«{ 
ecutive department, and also as one among the many substantial reiH 
sons for asking the usual necessary appropriations which are requiml^ 
and will be asked for, of the General Assembly. 

mCOBPOBATIONS. 

Since November 30, 1872, applications have been received and license 
issued for the formation of eleven hundred and forty-three corporatioitfi 
classed as follows : 

ManufAotuiing :...9i^ 

)ii«C6llaneou8 fli, 

Benevolent 1S$, 

Mining Mli 

Loan and Bnildinff Aaaoclationa lit 

Printing and PubliiiMng Companies. H 

Litemry M 

Cemelories — : ' 99 

Driving Park and Fair Asaooiatioiia. • 

Di«timng n 

Library I* 

Qas C'ompanlea U 

The number issued by my predecessor after the law came in foroe^ 
July 1, 1872, was one hundred and eighty, making a total since the law 
has been in operation, to the date of this report, of thirteen hundni 
and twenty three (1,323). 

The whole number of incorporations that have fully completed th^ 
organizations and certificates issued thereto, since November 30, IS1% 
is eight hundred and fifty-five (855), and divided among the different 
classes as follows : 

Lqm ▲■sociatlona. IV 

MaanliMturing IV 

Benerolent I* 



5 [341] 

Mining..^ *.i »......». 59 

IMntinsand PnblUhlUg : 25 

Utenity : i....i :,,,...:, :.. -.^ 21 

library .^ .... ± t ::;:...,... c &.'.... : ; i . . . I i i 81 

AKiicultaral and Driving Put'k ^ABOciatioHS t ; . . . ^ t IB 

DintiUlng ...:;..»:.... i:t.i ;i i.ic.u... W 

GitsCiHiipaxiieak .....it^.... a »..> 4*...... 13 

UiaccUaiveoua ».^^,..^t».^..tt,.%t....t. -.-....'.n.-.i. ^An 

Certificates were Issued by my predecessor to the number of ninety- 
five (95), making the totJil number of certilicates issued and corpora- 
tions fully organized since July 1, 1872, of nine hundred and fifty (950). 

The followmg is a list of railroad comj)anies organized under the 
general law of 1872, during the period covered by this report, number- 
ing iu all forty -seven (47), to-wit : 

Orion and MinorsTille Railroad Company. Chicago, Danvillo and Vincennea Railway Co. 

Cliicago, Millingtcm and Weatcm Railway Co Dixon and Rock River Railroad Co. 

Cliica^ro and South westward Suburban R. R, Co. Chicago I3elt Railway and Trauafer Co. 

('hica}!0 and Westward Suburban R. R. Co. Sontli St. Louin and Belleville Railroad Co. 

Hitvana. Rantoul and Eaatern R. R. Co. Chicafi^> Transfer Railway and Clearing House Co. 

ColliuMville and Veidce Railroad Co. Chicaj^o and South Atlantic Railroad Co. 

Wilminfrton. Piper'a City and Vincennea R. R. Co. Farm and TeiTo Haute Railroad Co. 

Chicago and Weitteni Sprlnga R. R. Co. Keitbbbiirj^ and Eaatcru Railroad Co. 

Jnltet~and Valparaiso Railway Co. Chicaj^o and May wood Railway Co. 

Chicagc*, Joliet and I'coria Railway Co. Meuduta, Ottawa and Eastern R. R. Co. 

Paducah and Northeaatirn Railroad Co. St. Louia. Edwardavilla and Marine R. R. Co. 

Keithttburg. Lucon and Eastern Railroad Co. Belleville Railway Company. 

Baltimore, I*itt«burg nnd Chicaco Railway Co. Ciiicago and Southern R. R. Co. 

Lnfavette, LaSallo and Clinton Railroad Co. Union Railway and Transit Co. 

Harfne and Colllnaville Railroad Co. Chicago and Paducah Branch R. R. Co. 

Siuth Chicsigo and Western Railway Co. People's Freight Railway Co. 

Kewan«^, Wilmington and Eastern Railroad Co. Joliet and Northwestern Railway Co. 

Varna, Pern, Mendota and State Lino R'y Co. West Chicaj^o Suburban R. R. Co. 

Chicago and Indiana Railway Co. Chi<;sgo and Waldlieim Railway Co. 

Indianapolis, Strcetor and Northweatem R. R. Co. Fond du Lac, Amboy and Poona Railway Co. 

Chicago and Midland Railway Co. Watcrtown Railroad Company. 

Chica^ anfl Atlantic Extensfon Railway Co. Grape Creek Railway Company. 

Meuduta, Rockford and Beloit Railroad Co. Chicago, Rockford and Northern R. R. Co. 
Chicago and New York Railway Co. 

The number reported by my predecessor was twenty-three (23), ma- 
king a total since the law came into force, July 1, 1872, of seventy (70), 

CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES. 

Under the provisions of section 208, chapter 24, page 247, of Revised 
Statutes, in relation to cities, towns and villages, it is made the duty of 
the Secretary' of State to "communicate with the clerics of the several 
counties of this State, aud ascertain the names of all the cities, towns 
and villages or other municipal corporations therein, and arrange such 
names in alphabetical order for convenient reference.'^ In obedience 
with this section of the law my predecessor addressed a circular letter to 
each of the county clerks requesting the desired information. When I 
assumed the duties of the ofBce only about one half of the counties had 
reported. 1 immediately took steps to complete the work begun by my 
predecessor, and have the honor to report that all the counties have re- 
8I>ODded, aud this oMce is now in possession of a full list of cities, towns 
and villages, and other municipal corporations, as contemplated by the 
law, alphabetically arranged and recorded, a transcript of which is 
herewith published as an appendix to this report. 

Section thirteen (13) of the above mentioned <act, page 213, lievised 
Statutes, provides that within three months after the organization of 
any city or village under this act, the corporate authorities shall cause 
to be filed in the office of the recorder of deeds, in the county in which 
such city or village is organized, a certified copy of the records show- 
ing the result of the election whereby such city or village became so 



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organized, which certificate shall be recorded, and further provides in 
the language of the statute as follows : 

''And such corporate authorities shall also cause a like certificate to 
be filed in the office of the Secretary of State, who shall file the same, 
and keep a register of cities and villages organized under this act.'' 

(Jnder the provisions of this section certificates of incorporation have 
been filed as follows : 

CITIBB. 



17ame. 



Mft0on City 

Mount Vernon 

Virginia 

Hamilton 

Havannu 

Tnscola 

Farmer City 

Pax ton 

Greenville 

Pontiac 

Barry 

Moline , 

Srcamore 

Minonk 

Charleston 

Vinlen 

Anna 

Collinaville 

Edwardsvilio 

Grand Tower 

S»ndwich , 

Sullivan 

Morrison 

Mouticello 

Roch flip 

Wataeka 

Cairo. 

Kuox,\ille 

Paris, 

£flin«:ba.m 

JonoHboro 

Marshall 

Bunker Uill 

Lacon 

Woodstock 

Metropolis 

Chillicothe 

Urbana 

Oregon 

Dn Quoin 

Chester 

Braid wood 

Carmi 

Areola 

Carbondalo 

Nashville 

Mound City 

Sparta 

Danville 

Lebanon 

Shawneetowu 

Oilman 

Fekiu 

Savanna 

I^roy 



Date of Organisation. 


County. 


Augast 


5. 


18T2. 


Mason. 


• t 


• t 


1 1 


Jefferson. 


1 1 


12, 


1 • 


Cass. 


September 16, 


« • 


Hancock. 


July 


13, 


• t 


Masuu. 


Auf^ist 


1% 


t • 


DoujxUs. 


« t 


a. 


1 • 


DeWitu 


• t 


6. 


1 • 


Ford. 


1 1 


13, 


• 4 


Itond. 


« 1 


16, 


4 1 


livinffatoiL 


Septembei 


•10. 


4 4 


Pike. 


Aui;ust 


6, 


4« 


Ktick IslantL 


September 10, 


1 4 


DeKalb. 


• • 


20. 


4 4 


Woodford. 


October 


w. 


4 * 


Coles. 


Septembei 


•10. 


4 4 


Macoupin. 


OcU)ber 


22, 


t 4 


Union. 


September :il, 


4 « 


Madisoo. 


• • 


23. 


4 4 


• • 


November Id. 


4 4 


Jackson. 


• • 


18. 


4 4 


Delvalb. 


December SI, 


4 4 


Moultne. 


November 12. 


4 4 


WhitesidcL 


. t 


4, 


4 4 


Piatt. 


Septembei 


•27, 


4 4 


O^le. 


November 16, 


4 4 


Intquois. 


January 


7. 


1S73. 


Aiexaudw. 


March 


10, 


4 • 


Knox. 


« t 


1«. 


" 


Edpu*. 


January 
December 


21, 


4 4 


Jbllhugbam. 


14. 


1872 


Union. 


Aujciist 


«. 


• t 


Chirk. 


November 25, 


t 1 


Macoupin. 


March 


28. 


1873. 


ManhalL 


• 1 


24, 


. . 


Mclienn.'. 


4 i 


6. 


4 4 


Massac' 


February 


H. 


i 4 


Peoria 


April 


19. 


• 4 


Clianipaisn. 


March 


29, 


t i 


Ofile. 


May 


17, 


4 1 


PclTV. 


March 


29, 


4 4 


j'AndoIph. 


1 ( 


4, 


4 4 


Will. 


1 1 


10, 


4 4 


White. 


June 


1«, 


4 t 


DousIas. 


July 


7. 


4 i 


Jack'sou. 


Autfust 


7, 


1872. 


WaHhittgtoik 


March 


14, 


1873. 


I^ilaski. 


i • 


18. 


i 1 


lwau<lolph. 


June 


9. 


1874. 


Vermilion. 


April 


13, 




St. Clair. 


May 


22, 




(lullatin. 


February 


10. 




iriHjiioin. 


April 


20, 




1 Taxewell. 


• I 


20. 




Carrfdl. 


July 


1«, 




'McLean. 



VILLAOBS. 



Name. 



Batavla... 
Auburn.. 
Ipava .. . 
Hennepin 



Date of Organization . 



July 



AnguBt 



27. 

25, 

17, 

7. 



4 I 



County. 



1872. 'Kane. 

Sanpimon. 

Fnltnn 

Putnam. 



VUlagea — Gontinued. 



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Nftme. 



OdeL 

BbadlnsTiUe. 

Somonaak. 

Hontley 

Tower HilL 

Ashton 

Ihaklin GzoTe... 

Hiaier 

Soinmerfield 

KewanoA. 

Boda. 

TooDg America.. 

Slchmond 

Hyde Park 

Jeneraon 

HcHenrj 

Lelaod 

SkUarye 

La Fayette 

Equality 

Evanaton «. 

Bloelaland 

Pinkaeyriile 

Staonton 

St. Anne 

Buckley. 

DelevaB 

Ifahomei 

BuriogtOB 

Aledo 

HcLeaa 

Creeton 

TenneMee 

8t.Mari& 

8t FnuMdavlUe... 

Saybrook 

ladiiatry 

VUmette 

Keokak JnnctaoA. 

MtPnlMki 

Thomaon 

8andoTmL 

OrangeTiUe. 

Wyoming — . 

D^is 

Eldorado. 



December 
July 
Angnat 
Jannarv 
November 
Janaary 
DecemDer 
November 
February 
January 
November 
January 
Auguat 
March 
Angnat 
May 

February 
March 
April 
May 
Mareh 
BeKalb I February 



Date of Organization. 



Angnat 

July 
Angnat 






« ( 



Lugnat 



1 1 
f I 



i » 



Angnat 
November 
October 
September 



• I 



October 



t » 



September 



1 1 



CatJin. 

Bethalt4i. 

Park Ridge 

Downer^a Grove 

Saymond 

Biehview. 

Butler 

Blnevine. 

Turner. 

Irving .._. 

South] 
KaakaaUa. 
X«naafl..... 
Alexia..... 

Sliah 

BIwood 

TorkviUe. . 
TouloQ .... 
Termillioft. 
Bradford... 

Avon 

Dwight... 
Lemout 



April 

February 
March 
May 
June 
Marok 
AprU 
May 
May 
January 
May 
October 
Mav 
April 
June 
July 
A uguat 
April 
November 
October 
July 
Juno 
Pndrie City |De<;eniber 



DesPlainee 
Bnchenter . . 
BlKsville .., 

Medora 

Odin 

Piinerrille. 
ClayCitv.. 
Cuap Point 



October 

Jiuie 

November 

January 

March 

March 

February 



16. 
10, 
18. 
1». 
". 
«, 
1«. 
17, 
». 
8. 

7. 

8, 
«. 
30, 

7. 
18. 
88. 

1». 

7, 
30, 

9, 
S8. 
M, 
18, 

», 
18. 

n. 

S3, 

7, 

83. 

I, 
88, 

4. 
83. 
15, 
86, 
87, 

10, 
80, 

88, 

4. 

1, 

11, 

87, 

15. 

83. 

82. 
80. 

6, 

3. 

8. 

7. 
31, 
10, 

4, 
84, 

18. 
31. 
18, 
81, 

8, 

86, 
5. 

4, 

6, 

83, 

«, 
17, 
18, 

a, 

18. 
10, 

84. 
9. 
7, 



1879. 



1873. 
1872. 
1873. 

1872. 

1873. 

1873. 

1873. 

1878. 

1873. 

1679. 

1873. 
< 

i 

« 

1 

I 

I 

I 
I 

I 
I 
I 
I 
( 

i 



1873. 
1873. 

i 
t 
« 

t 



1879. 

1073. 

( < 

1 1 
< t 

1879. 

1874. 

t « 

tt 



County. 



Livingston. 

MeDonough. 

DeKalb. 

McHenry. 

Shelby. 

Lee. 



1 1 



Tazewell. 

St. Clair. 

Henry. 

Bureau. 

Warren. 

McHenry. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

McHenry. 

Madiaon. 

Iroquoia. 

Stark. 

GaUaUn. 

Cook. 

I i 

Perry. 

Macoupin. 

Kankakee. 

Iroquoia. 

Tazewell. 

Champaign. 

Cook. 

Mercer. 

McLean. 

Ogle. 

MeDonough. 

Jaaper. 

Lawrence. 

McLean. 

MeDonough. 

Cook. 

Adams. 

Logan. 

Carroll. 

Marion. 

StephensoB. 

Stark. 

Stephenson. 

Saline. 

DeKalb. 

Vermilion. 

Madiiion. 

Cook. 

DuPage. 

Montgomery. 

Waahiugtou. 

Montgomery. 

Chriittian. 

DuPage. 

Montgomery. 

Cook. 

Raudolph. 

Edgar. 

Warren. 

Jersey. 

Will 

Kondftll. 

Stark. 

Edgar. 

Stark. 

Fulton. 

Livingston. 

Cook. 

MeDonough. 

Cook. 

Sangamon. 

Fulton 

Maeonpin. 

Marion. 

Peoria. 

CUy. 

Adams. 



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Villa{ies — OoBtinned. 



S'ame. 



Knnda 

Mmnence 

WosbingtOB Height* 

Crystal Lake^ 

Wataga 

TalluU 

Cbebantie 

Kdin burg , 

Ashiuore , 

Lviidon , 

ijhatbam 

Stroator 

Fonest 

8ad<>ru8 

PbillipetowD 

"RMott 

Coultersvf Ue 

Weat BoUeviUe 

Benient 

Tent-opolia. ,... 

Ivcsdiue 

Sidney 

Mc Leanaboro 

Eose Clare 

Norwood Park , 

Mt. OUve 

Lee 

Lo»tant 

•t . ■ ■ ■ 



Date of Organizatloii. 



Jaanary 

April 

January 

January 

April 

laky 

May 

May 

Augua4 

Marcb 

Maveh 

April 

Marcli 

June 

Aprtt 

July 

ABgusk 

May 

Septeiaber 
August 

t 4 

Scpteubev 

July 

October 

June 

September 



5, 

19. 
«, 

». 
5. 

d. 

3, 
S4, 

6, 

18. 
», 
18, 
15, 
3, 

25r 

3t, 

14, 

5, 

n, 

6, 
25, 
1». 
S3, 

4, 



1874. 

1 1 



n 

1873. 
1874. 

1873. 
1H74. 



1873. 

1874. 
* t 

t 4 

« fc 

t 4 

< I 

1872. 
1874. 

4 a 
i.( 
( < 

t t. 
I t 

1873. 



Cownly. 



McHemry. 
KftDkakeei. 
Cook. 
Meflenry. 
Kdox. 
Menard. 
lro«|uoia. 
Cknstiaift. 
Coles. 
WMteeide, 
SaDgamon. 
LaSalie. 
Lfvingatoo. 
Ghainpaasiib 
White. - 
Stepbeoaon. 
Sandolph. 
St.Claur. 
Piatt. 

' Xfiiiigbam. 
Ckonipaigia. 

* 4 

QamHtoo. 

Hanlin. 

Cook. 

Maftoupiii. 

Lee& DeKalbL 

LaSalle. 



CHANGE OF NAME OF CITIES AND TILLAGES. 

Section 211 of the same chapter, page 247, Bevised Statutes, ia re^ 
gard to a change of name, reads as follows : 

'* If said cbange of nune is made, said corporate autborities sliall canso a copy of the order makiBg 
such changes to^o filed in the office of the Secretary of State, who shall therenpon niako known the 
fact of auclk change, by publication in somo newspaper of the county in which suck city, town or vil- 
lage is situate<l, and also in some newspaper in the city of Cbieago; aiMl aU tlM courts of this Stats 
shall take Judicial notice of the change thus made." 

In my opinion the provisions of this section are so indefinite that it 
ought to be amended. The form of the notice to be given should be 
designated, the number of times it should be inserted in the papers, 
whether in daily oj weekly, and also state who should pay the cost of 
publication. There has been but nine (9) changes of name,, and the 
publication of the notice has been left to the discretion of the Secretar}' 
of State so far as form and time were concerned* The ei^penses have 
been paid by those interested. 

To make a detailed report of all the various and manilbld duties of 
this office, and to submit a transcript of the records and the work per- 
formed, would be unnecessary for the purposes of this report^ even if 
possible, and confine it within reasonal>le limits. The information 
which would be thus given can be readily obtained from the records 
themselves, to which reference is respectfully had, confining this report 
to such matters as cannot be readily obtained and understood by the 
records without considerable labor. 



FEES BECEIYED^ ETC. 

The total amount of fees received by me since Janjiary 13, 1873^ an4 
including books and furniture sold up to and including November 3(^ 
1874, is $14,125 35w 

The amount paid by me to the State Treasurer, as directed by law, is 
$12,658 70. 

Balance in my hands November 30, 1874, $1,466 65. 



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APPEOPRIATIONS AND EXPBNBITTTBES. 

. The expenditures of thia office paid from appropriations under my 
coDtrol, for tbe period commencing January 13^ 1873, and ending No- 
vember 30, 1874, are as follows : 

For stationery, furniture, repairs of office, postage, expressage and 
other incidental expenses, tbe sum of $8,419 88. Included in this 
aaiouDt is the special appropriation of $5,000 made by the Twenty- 
eighth General Assembly for extra labor and exi>enses of this office, 
and 9121 05 of said expenses was for indebtedness incurred prior to 
January 13, 1873. There is still unexpended a balance of the appro- 
priation of $580 12, which will be all that will be required until the 
regular appropriation made by the Twenty-ninth General Assembly. 

There has been expended for clerk hire the sum of $13,731 11, leav- 
iDg of the appropriation therefor $4,660 67 unex|>ended and available 
for this purpose. 

For porter in this office during the same time the sum of $1,134 74, 
leaving a balance of $465 26 unexpended and available. 

For State House Janitor, provided for by the Twenty -eighth General 
Assembly, the sum of $1,133 33, leaving a balance of $466 67 unex- 
pended and available for the purposes of the appropriation. 

Of an appropriation made by the Twenty-seventh General Assembly 
for the employment of a watchman for tbe State House, an unexpended 
balance of $546 has been applied for the purposes of the appropriation; 
since which balance expired the watchman has been paid from the inci- 
dental expense fund, under the act approved and in force February 9, 
1865. 

An unexpended appropriation for the State Library of $500, made 
by the Twenty -seventh General Assembly, has been expended for the 
purposes designed by law. 

For arranging, classifying and indexing enrolled laws, papers and re- 
cords, preparatory to removal into the new State House, as provided 
by law, the sum of $1,278 33 has been expended, leaving a balance of 
$1,721 67 to be applied to this purpose. 

An unexpended balance of a special appropriation made by the 
Twenty-seventh General Assembly for State House and grounds, of 
$1,211 80, has been expended for the purposes designed by law. Vouch- 
ers for all above expenditures filed with the Auditor. 

CUSTODIAN OF 'state PROPEBTT AND INCIDENTAL EXPENSE ACCOUNT. 

The law designating the duties of the Secretary of State, among other 
things provides that he shall be the custodian of State property, and 
places in his charge all the houses, lots, grounds and appurtenances in 
the city of Spriugtield belonging to or occupied by the State, the care 
of which is not otherwise provided for by law ; also to take charge of 
and keep in repair the same, and all the furniture thereof^ to superin- 
tend all the work necessary in the distribution of the laws, journals and 
reports which by law may be ordered printed and distributed. 

To provide for the necessary expense incidental to these duties ap- 
propriations are made biennial]}^ known as the appropriation for inci- 
dental expenses, from which are paid not only the expenses above no- 
ticed, bat also the payment of all purchases made by order of the Gen- 
eral Assembly — furniture and repairs for the use of the same while in 



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session, water rents, gas and fuel for the State House, the varioos state 
offices, offices rented for the use of the State in /Jiffer parts of the city, ' 
express charges on all books, etc., received or sent in exchange between 
the several States and Territories, and any and all incidental expense 
necessary in the discharge of the complex daties imposed upon the Sec- 
retary of State by law, and for which no other provision or appropria- 
tion is made. From the appropriations for the purposes above men- 
tioned there has been expended the sum of $29,901 46, leaving a bal- 
ance in the State treasury to defray the incidental expenses of the Gren- 
eral Assembly and State, until another appropriation is made, the sum 
of $1,098 54. 

Heretofore special appropriations have been made for the payment of 
expenses of keeping the State House and grounds in repair, and for the 
State Library. "So appropriation for this purpose having been made 
for the year just passed, I have been obliged to pay these also from the 
incidental expense fund. An additional expense has also been incurred 
and paid from this fund which heretofore has been paid by the various 
counties of the State, viz : the cost of packing and preparing for trans- 
mission the printed volumes of laws, journals, reports, etc., etc., which 
by law the Secretary of State is directed to send to the different county 
clerks. Section 3 of the law under which the distribution has hereto- 
fore been made, and by which the Secretary of State was guided until 
the contract awarded in September last took effect, reads as follows: 

§ 3. It shall be the dnty of each county clerk to receive and receipt for any package of booki 
transmitted in compliance with this act, and he shall immediately pay the charges fop the trantmimm 
at the cost of the coanty, etc." 

My predecessor construed the law to mean that the cost of packing 
and preparing the books for distribution as part of the cost of ^'trans- 
mission," and the cost of this work and materials used followed the 
books with the cost of actual transmission to be paid by the several 
counties, and which was paid by them, but under protest The cost of 
this work, etc., is no small item, and when I assumed the duties of this 
office, and my attention having been called to the subject, I ruled that 
the law contemplated the cost of packing, etc., of all books, etc., to be 
sent to the counties should be paid by the State, and the transmiMtan 
thereof to be paid by the counties receiving them. (In this construc- 
tion I am sustained by the present law on the subject.) This additional 
expense has also been paid out of the appropriation for incidental ex- 
penses. 

The acts making the several appropriations provides that vouchers 
for the expenditures therefrom shall be filed with the Auditor. This 
provision of the law has in all cases been complied with, and can be re- 
ferred to by those interested. 

LETTING OP SPECIAL STATE CONTRACTS — COPYING. 

In conformity with the provisions of an act entitled "An act to pro- 
vide for copying the laws and journals of the Qeneral Assembly," passed 
by the Twenty-eighth General Assembly, and in force April 29, 1873, 
on the 28th day of May, 1873, the contract for copying the said laws 
and journals of the Twenty-eighth General Assembly was let to Wul 
P. Emory & Co., at 2 1-16 cents per 100 words, they being the low- 
est bidders therefor. An appropriation of $5,000 was made to de- 
fray the expenses of said copying. I am gratified to report to your 
Excellency that the work has been well done, and carefully compai'ed 



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with the original copies, at an expense of $2^17 51, leaving unexpended 
a balance of $2,882 49, which by law reverts to the State treasury. 

BEYISED STATUTES OP 1874. 

On the 30th day of March, 1874, the act of the Twenty-eighth Gen- 
eral Assembly, entitled ^'An act to provide for the publication of the 
fievised Statutes of the State," was approved by your Excellency ; but 
by reason of it having passed without the emergency clause was not 
actually in force until July 1, 1874. Section 7, of said act directed the 
Board of Printing Commissioners to proceed within ^' ten days " to ad- 
vertise for proposals for binding the statutes. Section 7 of the statute 
reads as follows : 

** Within ten days after the adjonrament of this aeasioii of the Geoeral Assembly, the State Tress- 
nrer, Secretary of State and Auditor of Pnblic Accouots shall advertise in one daily newsnaper iiiib- 
hsiied in Spriogfleld, one in the olty of Chicago, and one in the city of St. Louis, for bids for bindiuff 
inch statutes In the manner required by this act, and let the contract therefor to the lowest respoiiHi- 
ble bidder, which contract shall be subject to the approval of the Governor : Provided, they shall not 
eontract to pay more than seventy cents per volume for folding, stitching, binding and delivering the 
same to the Secretary of State." 

The final adjournment of the last General Assembly took place March 
31, 1874, three months prior to the taking effect of the law. A meet- 
ing of the commissioners was held immediately after the adjoummeit 
of the session, at which the inconsistency of the law was discovered, 
and duly considered by the commissioners. After consultation with 
the Attorney General, and acting for what appeared to them to be 
for the best interests of the public, they decided to follow what seemed 
to be the true intent of the law, and caused the advertisement required 
by the law to be duly published in a daily newspaper printed and pub- 
lished in the cities of Springfield, Chicago and St. Louis, in the manner 
and form therein provided, soliciting proposals to do the binding of the 
statutes as required to be done by the act aforesaid. 

CONTRACT FOB BINDING BEYISEB STATUTES. 

On the 28th day of April, 1874, as stated in the advertisement for 
bids, the commissioners met, and after opening and duly considering 
each proposal, awarded the contract for said binding to Abraham E. 
Smith, of Kockford, Illinois, at 59 cents per volume, he being the lowest 
bidder therefor, being 11 cents less than the maximum price fixed by 
law. 

PEINTINa THE STATUTES. 

Section 5 of the act providing for the publication of the statutes reads 
as follows : 

** The printing shall be done by the contractor for the State printing. The text shall be in new long 
primer or small pica type, and the head notes in nonpareil or brevier ty^e. The paper used shall be 
ttiperealendareti book paper, of the weight of fifty pounds to the ream. The size of the nacois in 
■aid volume Shall be, as near as may be, the same as those of Gross' Statutes, volume one. third edi- 
tion, and shall contain, on an average, at least as much printed matter per page as said Grone' Stat- 
ates: Providsd^ that the contractor for public printing snail receive no more or greater sum for fur- 
Dishing the paper, doing the printing, and furnishing to the binder the entire edition of said volume 
than nine cents and one-sixth of a cent for each one hundred pages contained in said edition. And 
ssid volumes, when published, bound and delivered, shall not, in any event, coat to exceed one dollar 
And ninety cents per volume." 

It will be seen that by this section the law specifies the paper to be 
used as "super-calendared book paper of the weight of fifty pounds to 
the ream.'' Before the work was commenced tbe contractors for State 
printing were directed to' lay before the Board of Commissioners on 



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12 



PrintiDg a sample of the paper required to be used in the printhig of 
the statutes. This was doue by the coutractors and the sample fouud 
in all respects to couform to the law, and was proven before the com- 
missioners to be super-calendared book paper of the weight of fifty 
pounds to the ream. The commissioners did not feel satisfied that the 
paper was heavy enough for the use contemplated, and were satisfied 
that the members of the General Assembly made a grave mistake in 
thus peremptorily fixing the kind and weight of the paper to be nsed 
for this important work, and were sorely tempted to act upon their 
judgment and order the state printer to use paper of the same quality 
but of more weight to the ream^ This of course would add something 
to the cost of the book, but would also greatly add to the substautiid 
value of the statutes when printed. Btit the commissioners, guided by 
experience, decided they would follow the letter of the law, and let the 
resptmsibility for any fault which might be found in the quality' of the 
paper used rest where it belongs — in the act passed by the members of 
the Twenty-eighth General Assembly on the subject, 

GORBESPONDENOE WITH THE ATTORNEY aENEBAL. 

Soon after the adjournment of the Twenty-eighth General Assembly 
in March last, I found that there were a number of difficulties that be- 
set me in the discharge of my duties as Secretary of State concerning 
the imblication of the acts of the General Assembly as provided by the 
then existing laws upon the subject. In order that I might act as 
nearly in conformity with law as possible, I laid the matter l>efore the 
Attorney General for his consideration and advice. The whole subject 
cannot be better explained than by giving the correspondence in full, 
which is as follows : 



LimB TO THE ATTORKBY GBNBHAL. 



Hon. J. K. Edball, Attorney General: 



Statb of Iluxoib, Sicrktary'b Opfick, 

Si'RIN01>lBLD, April 21, 18T4. 



Drar Sir : Feelinfr the reaponsibility refttfnr upon me sb one of the executive officers of the StAte, 
and desinnj; to act in strict conformity with tbclawn, and nlso at fbe same time in all my oflicial actioiia 
to do that which will rcHnlt in the );re:ite»tg(>od to the people uf this com roou wealth, I desire to lay l>t- 
fore yon for le^nl consideration several difficulties that meet me in the diHcharjro uf ihy duties re^^ard- 
infr the pnblication of the regular edition of the actH of the Twenty-eighth Geueral Assembly, n- 
qnircd to be published by the act of l!?(55, providing for the public pfintiu<^and binding, now in foroa 
and effect. I find that the letter of said act is in direct conflict with the letter and spirit of the met 
providing for the publication of the Kevised Statutes, which will Itein force July, 1874. the provisions 
of which I am expected t4) carry out before it takes effect. B3' reference to section 6 of the act of 1865. 
now in force, you will see that the law directs that at the close of each session of the General Asi*effl- 
bly 8,000 copies of the public and general laws of the State shall be printed ; and by section 12 of the 
same act the Secretary of St:ite is directed to cause true and accurate copies of all laws. Joint re«o1U' 
tious, etc., to be made and delivered to the State printers. Tliis law, as is well known to yon, is tbe 
only statute on the Hnbjcct now in force, and will continue so until July I, 187<J, when the act to revise 
tbe laws in relation to State contracts will take effects In the act of tne Twenty-eighth General As* 
senibly. in force July 1, 1874, to provide for the publication of the Revised Statutes of the State, sec- 
tion 11 reads as follows: "As soon as it can bo ascertained with certainty what acts passed by this 
Oenernl Assembly are included in the Kevised Statutes herein provided 'for, the Secretary of State 
shall have nriuted in pamphlet form 8,000 copies of the acts of this General Assembly, not includetl in 
the lievisen Statutes, and none of those published shall bo published therein ; which edition shall be 
printed and distributed as nearly as may be as provided by law, and shall be in lien of the pal>l)ca- 
tion of the laws of this General Assemblj' provided for by general law. The sessi<»n laws of the 
Twenty-eighth Geneial Assembly shall not be published except as herein provided." This, as will 
readily be seen, is in conflict with the present law reganling Siiid publication, and is retroactive in its 
provisions, affecting, as it does very materially, sections 6 and J 2 of the act of ltj65. • 

There is but little doubt in my iiiind that the bill for the aet to publish the Bevised Statutes of the 
State was written with the intention and belief that it would pass the (General Assembly with the 
emergency clause, and thus take efl'ect from and after its passage. But this was not the results and 
though the emergency clause was stiicken out, still section 7 reads as if the law was now in force, 
and the Commissioners of i^ublic Printing have accepted the instruction made to them to advertlss 
for bids for binding the statutes according to said section, believing that nothing but beuefli to the 
people would resuit therefrom, though the act does not take effect nutil July 1, 1874. 

But I particularly desire to call your attention to the followiuir: I am daily in receipt of letters 
fh>m county attorneys, county clerks, and other officers of the various counties, asking vrh&a. they can 



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expect to receiTe the State edition of the laws of the Twenty-eighth General Aisemhiy, and desiiinff 
eapeeially to receive) oHlciAl cnples of inany iraporuuit acts which, by tho proviHiona of section 11 of 
the act to publish the Revined Statntes, will not appear in thu State edition of the laws, if the retro- 
aetive directions of said act are conii)lie<l with by me. Alihoueh section 4 of said act aforesaid pro4 
Tides that said edition of the Revise<l Statutes shall be publl^thecT on or before July 15, 11^4. yet I hava* 
rery ssrious doubts if this provision of the law will or can be carried ont in the time specified ; indeed, 
I doubt wry mach if I will be furnished with enough copies to make the dlstributiun provided in sec- 
tion 8 of Maid act before September 1, and I fear tt may be much later. If the doubts and fears ex- 
Sressed should prave to bo true, and I should decline to act in conformity with the proviMions and 
Irections of the present law. cho sine to be guided by the directions of a law not yet in force, the 
result will be that the people, the various courts and county officers, will be entirely deprived of all 
official knowledge of the existing laws of the State, in force on and after July 1, iU74, until months 
thereafter. 

I am fully aware that the publication of the regular edition of the acts of the Twenty •eighth General 
Assen'bly, in addition to the Revised Statutes, will add to the expense of printing and binding ; but 
whether I would be Justifled in neglecting my plain duty, as set forth in the laws now in force, is a 

anestioD of grave doubt in my mind. There seems to be a Just and proper demand ftom all parts ot 
lie State for an official copy of the laws of the Siate. Itadical chaugt^ have been made, and sweeping 
repeals passed, to take effect on July 1 ; and if it is pos«ible, this information should be platted before 
the pcnpto at the earliest day. There may be those who sre not particularly Interested in tho laws of 
onr State, who will say that anstdess ex{)ense has been incnired by the publication of the regular 
edition of the laws of the State, when the Revised Statutes were to be published at an early day. 
Others will censure nio very severely if I fail to strictly comply with the laws now in foice, and Gar- 
nish to the people as speedily as possible official r^ipieH of the statute laws ot the State,for their infer* 
mation, and which they are bound to respeet, obey, and enforce. 

In new of all the facts and theories placed before you in this letter, and In addition thereto, of all 
the matters of which you have a pt^rsonal knowle«lgei I would respectfiiHy ask if. In your opinion, as 
the legal officer of the State, I would be Juslitieil, legally, or in o<inalderation of public policy, in ignor* 
ing the provision of the law now in force, and accepting, in lieu thereof, the direotiona of the law, pro- 
Tiding for the publication of the revised statutes of the Slate. 

I am, sir, very respeotf ully yours, 

GEO. H. HARLOW 
JStentary <{f 8tat$. 

THK ATTORNST QBNKIUL*8 RKFLT. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS, ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

SPBDcoriKLD, April 21, 1874. 

HoK. Gko. H. Hablow, Secretary cf StaU : 

Sir : Yonr commnnication of tho Slst instant^ asking my advice relative to your duty in the matter 
of causing to be printed the laws of the Twenty-eighth General Assembly, has been carefull3' consid- 
ered, and I will state my conclusions thereon, together with the grounds upon which the same are 
based. 

The sixth section of the act of February 16, 186.^ directs that at the close of each session of the Gen- 
eral Assembly 8,000 copies of the public or general laws shall l>e printed ; and the twelfth section of 
the same act requires the Secretary of State to cause true and accurate copies of such laws to made 
out by the person or i>«rsons to whom the contract for copying such laws has been awarded, and deliv- 
ered to the public printer as fast as he may need the same. — Gn>ss Statutes, pp. 521-522. 

The first section of the "act to provide for the publication of the Revised Statutes of tho State," 
■pprove<l March 30, 1874, provides : "That iiumod lately after the close of this session of the Genenil 
Assembly, all the general Statntes of the State which will be in force on the first day of July next, 
shall be compiled and published in a volume to be entitled "The Revised Statntes of the State of Uli- 
Boia, A. D. 1874." 

The third section of the same act also provides that "H. D. Hnrd. Aotlng Commissioner of Revision, 
shall compile, annotate and edit all the volume, suncrintend its publication, and prepare a full anil 
eoQiplete index to the same. In such compilation nc shall observe, as nearly as may be, the alphabet- 
ical order of the srrangewent of the Revised Statutes of the State of Illinois of 1845*." 

The fonrth, iifth ana eleventh sections of the act are as follows : 

"Sbc. a. An edition of 15,000 copies of said RsvImciI Statutes shall be published and distributed and 
told aa hereinafter provided. Said edition shall be publisheii on or l>efore July 15, A. D. 1874. 

**§ 5. The printing shall be doue by the contractor for the State printing. The text shall be in long 
primer or small nica type, and the head notes in nonpareil or brevier type; the paper u«ed shall be 
super-calendared book paper, of tho weight of fifty p«innds to the ream ; tne size of the pages in said 
vAlnme shall be as near as may be the same as thone of Gross* Statutes, volume one. third editien. and 
shall contain on an average at least as much printed matter per page as said Gross' Statntes : Provided^ 
that the contractor for public printing shall receive no more or greater sum for furnishing the paper, 
doing the printing, and funiisning the binder the entire edition of said volume than nine cents and 
one-iuxtlt of aeent for each one hundred pages contained in said edition t and said volumes when pub- 
lished, bound and delivered, shall not, in any event, cost to exceed one dollar and ninety cents per 
Ttdnme. 

**§ 11. As soon as it can be ascertained with certainty what acta passed by this General Aui<iembly 
sreinoladed in the Revised Statntes herein provided fur, the Secretary of State ahall have printed, in 
pamphlet form, eight thousand copies of all the acts of this General Assembly, not Included In the 
RBviaed Statutes, and none of those published in said Revised Statutes shall be published ther^ ; 
whiob edition shall be printed and distributed as nearly as may l>e, as provided for by general law. 
The seaeion laws of the '28th General Assembly shall not be pttblished except as herein provided." 

The only difficulty in the determination of the duty of the Secretary of State arises from the fact 
that the act of March 30, 1874. relative to the publication of the new Rerised Statutes, will not be in 
force nntll the first day of July next, while the act of 1865, before cited, will remain in full force anti] 
that date. 

There'is an apparent, if not real, conflict between the two acts. If you should attempt to publish 
the nanal editinn of the session laws, aud should not have it eompleted by the first day of Jniy. yoa 
would lie compelled to stop in tnedioi rei, as the law then in force would absolutely prohibit its publication. 
And, if the publlcatioii w the same was eompleted before that time, while it would be a strict com- 



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plianoe with the statato of 1665, now in force, it wonld, nevertheless, defeat the cleariy ex] 
will of the Legislature as declared in the act of March 30. Id74. 

If these two acts are susceptible of a coustruction which will preserve the substance and spirit of 
both, aud at the same time work out harmouiously aud secure the earliest practicable publioaticn of 
the laws without uuuecesdary expense to the titate, all will concede that oonstrucUon should be 
adopted aud that course pursued. 

It appears from the Journals of the Senate that on the 34th day of ]iiaroh last the oontaMJtors for 
pnblic printing presented to the General Assembly the following proposition: 

Spbinopibld, iLLiNoia^ Mardi 94, 1874. 

" To'thB HoTiortMe Senate and Houte of BepreseTUaUoes qf the Twenty-eighth General Aeeembiy : 

" The undersigned, acting for and in behalf of the oonti actors to execute the public printing for tibe 
State of llUnois, hereby stipulate and agree that in lieu of the contract rates set loath in tbe award 
and contract with the State of Illinois, certiiied hv the SSecretary of iScate, dated September 7, 161% 
they will furnish the paper, moasuriug Sdx42 inches, super-calendered, and of the weight of tlltj 
pounds to the ream, and compose, print and deliver to the Secretary of State, or as he may dii^eot, u 
the city of Springfield, in a good and workmanlike manner, as may be provided by law, the sheets of 
tbe Kevised Statutes of Illinois, at the rate of 9^ cents for each one hundred pages, said pages to be of 
the same size, aud on an averase to contain the same amount of printed matter as thuee of Gross* 
Statutes of 1(69, volume 1, and that no additional charges shall oe made on account of said papa; 
domposition or press work, aud that all claims lor additioual x>ay on account of such paper, composi- 
tion or press work, under the contract herein before rel'ened to, are hereby waived and aliandoned. 

" It being understood that the said Kevised Statutes, so iar as they include the session laws of the 
Tweuty>eighth General Assembly, are to supercede and take the place of the publication of said ses- 
sion laws, and that we are to publish under our conti-act only such of said session laws as are boc 
included in said revision. 

'* ILLINOIS JOURNAL COMPANr. 

'* By D. L. PuiLUrs, President, 

" I-'ar JhMie Jtyinten. " 

This communication was so presented while the bill was pending to provide for the publication of 
the Itevised Statu te^, and befura its passage. Its pruviaions appear to have been inoorpurated in tluit 
act. The proposition of the public printers, laken iu conneciion with the action of the Genersl 
AHsembly, amounts to an i^reement between the public printers aud tbe State as to the manovr in 
which the laws of the Twenty-eighth General Assembly should be printeiL We have uo reason to 




session laws, we find nothing which necessarily requires the same to L>e printed iu a mode or style 
different from that required by tbe act of March M, ld74, lor printing the Kevised Statutes. It is 
undoubtedly true that the session laws have usually been printed in a less expensive aud Iwse durable 
manner than that proposed for the more permanent edition of the statutes. But if the pnblic printen 
agree thus to print the same under their contract for the public printing, aodiu lieu of the unneccmaiy 
edition of the session laws, no other person has any Just grouuO ot complaint. Under the 12th seetioa 
of the law of 1865, now in force, you can cause tne contractor for copying the laws to make the 
required copy trom tbe enrolled laws. Mr. Hurd, the acting commissioner of revision, can u«e this 
copy and uuaer tbe act of J 874, " compile, annotate and edit the volume, Huperiuiend its publicatioB, 
ana prepare a full and complete index to the same. " The public printers can print the same ia 
accorclance with their agreement in that behalf aud the act of lcr74, aud thus subetantially comply 
with the act of 1865 requiring the laws of each General Assembly to be printed at the close thezeoL 
I do not perceive the necessity for any unusual delay in such publication. Tbe " acting ooiuniiissioner 
of revision " will undoubtedly proceed with all necessary dispatch to " oompl'e, anotate aud edit the 
volume, superintend its publication. " and prepare the required index thereto, if the public printers 
were required to print at the same time two editions of the public laws— one in the nsiud style of tbe 
session laws, and the other in the style required for the Keviised Statutes, it is reasonable to suppose 
that the work upon one would materially obstruct aud delay work upon the other, and thua» instep 
of securing an early publication of the laws, would most etfectually defeat this object. 

The fact that the aet of 1865 requires the publication of an edition of 8,000 copies of the public laws, 
while the act of 1874 provides for 15,000, need not cause any embarrassment The publicaiion of 
15 000 will certainly be a full compliance with the act of ldG5 in that regaid, and the public printers 
will incur no hazard in the printing of the extra 7, OUO copies, for if they Have them reiuiy on the tirat 
day of July they can deliver them under the act of ls74 and be paid therefor accordingly. W bile ibe 
act of 1865 does not, in terms, require the session laws to bo printed in the style contemplated by the 
act of 1874 for the Kevised Statutes, it does not prohibit their being so prluteu. Printing them ia Uus 
manner will, therefore, violate no law now in force ; on the contrary, it will constitute a reasonable 
compliance with such law. There exists no necessity why you should ignore the pruvi»iuns of tlie 
law now in force in order that the publication of the laws may be immediately proceede«l with in such 
manner as is consistent with the act of 1874 making provision for the pubhcation of the Kevis«d 
Statutes. The present law may be so executed as to form the foundation for the completion of the 
publication and distribution of tne Statutes under the law of 1874. The manner iu which this sii^ 
be accomplished has been suiflclently indicated. 

I have the honor to be, very i-espectfally. yours, 

JAMES K, EDSALL, Attorney GeneraL 

The Attorney General having thus decided that the proper constmc- 
lion of the laws of the State did not require me to pubhsh the acts of 
the General Assembly in a separate volume, 1 suspended all further 
action in the matter, and took as my guide the act in force July 1, 1874 

The labor of revising, editing, printing and binding the Bevised 
Statutes was found to be a work of much greater magnitude than tbe 
General Assembly conceived, and my own fears as to the delay in get- 
ting the books into my possession for distribution to the public were 



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folly realized. Although the work in each stage of progress — editing, 
indexing, printing and binding — ^was pashed forward as rapidly as pos- 
ble, I was not in receipt of a single volanie of the Statutes until October 
1, 1874. 

DISTBIBUTION OF BBYISED STATUTES. 

My official duties as Secretary of State, in the publication of the 
Bevised Statutes, did not commence until the volumes were ready for 
distribution, as provided by law. On the 1st day of October last, I was 
notified by Abraham E. Smith, of Eockford, contractor for binding the 
same, that he was ready to deliver a limited number of the bound 
Statutes^ and for the first two or three weeks after that date he could 
deliver at the rate of one hundred copies per day, and thereafter, at the 
rate of one hundred and fifty copies per day. By this time the demand 
for the books had become very urgent from all parts of the State. I 
found, should I wait until enough were bound to justify him shipping 
them to Springfield, here to be unpacked and repacked for distribution, 
much valuable time would be lost, and weeks would elapse before even 
the courts would be suppliM. I determined to economize in time as 
much as possible. With this object in view, I at once proceeded to 
Sockford, accompanied by my shipping clerk, Mr. A. J. Ludlam, and 
made satisfactory arrangements for shipping the volumes direct from 
the bindery to their destination, as fast as they were bound, thereby 
saving much valuable time, and with no additional expense to the State 
for distribution. 

Owing to my urgent demand upon the contractor for copies of the 
Statutes — ^time being more precious than style— the workmanship on 
the first few hundred volumes was not up to the standard desired, but 
since that time I am gratified to say that the work has been much better, 
and.it is expected the remainder of the books will be up to the standard 
and fally as good as could be desired. 

The following is a statement of the distribution made up to the 15th 
day of Decem^r, 1874, the date of this report : 

To each of the State officers one copy, as follows : Governor, Lieu- 
tenant-Oovernor, Secretary of State, Auditor of Public Accounts, 
Treasurer, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Attomey-Greneral, 
State Geologist — total, eight copies. 

To each of the Judges of the courts of this State, one copy; 
Supreme court, seven copies; United States, circuit and district 
court, three copies ; superior court of Cook county, three copies, circuit 
court, thirty-one copies j Alton city court, one copy ; court of common 
pleas, Aurora and Elgin, one copy ; recorder's court. El Paso, one copy : 
county courts, one hundred and two copies — totar, one hundred and 
forty-nine copies. 

To each of the clerks of the courts of this State, as follows : supreme 
court, three copies ; criminal court, one copy ; superior court, one copy ; 
common pleas, two copies ; recorder's court, one copy ; circuit courts, 
one hundred and two copies: county courts, one hundred and two 
copies — ^total, two hundred and twelve copies. 

To each State's Attorney in this State, one copy — one hundred 
and two copies } to the Attorney-General of the United States, one copy 
— ^total, one hundred and three copies. 

To each Board of State Commissioners, one copy, as follows : The 
Board of new State House Commissioners, one copy ; State Board 



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of Public Charities, one copy 5 Board of Railroad and Warehouse Com- 
uiissioaers, one copy; Board of Canal Commissioners, three copies; 
Commissioners to revise the Statutes, one copy to each, eight copies— 
total, fourteen copies. 

To the State and Charitable Institutions, namely: Penitentiaiy, 
Beform School, Soldiers' Orphans' Home, Asylum for the Education, 
of the Blind, Asylum for the Education of Feeble-Minded Children, 
Asylum for the Insane, at Jacksonville, Southern Insane A^lom, 
Northern Insane Asylum, Xormal University at Normal, Southern Nor* 
mal Industrial University, Chicago Eye and Ear Infirmary, one copy 
each — total, thirteen copies. 

To the State and territorial libraries in the United States, one copy 
— total, fifty copies. 

To the supreme court libraries in this State, five copies each — ^fifteen 
copies. 

To the United States general land ofQce, one copy. 

To each college and library in this State, one copy — total, one hun- 
dred and twenty-six copies. 

To each of the justices of the peace and police magistrate in this 
State, one copy — total, three thousand five hundred and tliirty-six 
copies. 

Delivered to county clerks for sale, five thousand copies ; grand total 
number of copies distributed, nine thousand two hundred and twenty- 
seven. 

. BlCAnTULATIOlf. 

To whom dUtribuUd : Ko, nf 

State officers 8 

Judges of coQTta 118 

Clerks of ooorts 818 

State's Attorneys ^. 102 

IlDited States Attomey-Greneml 1 

Boards of State Gommissionets 14 

Penal and charitable insUtutlons it 13 

State and territorial libraries 50 

Sapreme court libraries U 

ColleKeeand public libraries Ul 

General land office 1 

Justices of the peace and police magistrates 3,SM 

Delivered to county dwks for sale : 5, " 



Total 9,!»7 

The distribution being still incomplete at this date, I am unable to 
report upon the expense attending the same, fiirther than to say 
that the cost properly chargeable to the State has been paid, so far as 
progressed, from the funds appropriated by the General Assembly for 
that purpose. 

There has up to. this date been expended in the publication of the 
Revised Statutes, the sum of $23,436 80, leaving of the appropriation 
an unexpended balance of $6,563 20 to meet additional expense. 

The attention of your Excellency is called to the fact, that under the 
operation of the law providing for the sale of several thousand copies of 
the edition, a portion of the above outlay will be refunded to the State. 
The law authorized the sale of these copies to be made only by the 
clerks of the several counties, by whom return is made to the Auditor. 
As is well known by your Excellency, I am not authorized to make sale, 
though having frequent application, and have no part of the funds aris- 
ing therefrom in my hands. 



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PUBLIC PBINTINa. 

The contract for State printing which terminated on the 2d day of 
November last, was awarded in 1872, by the former ComTnissioners of 
Pablic Printing, to Messrs. B. L. Merritt and W. H. Bailliache. The 
State work was done ander this contract, and the contractors paid, from 
time to time (as the law directs) as tbe work progressed, nntil the 
second session of the 28th General Assembly, in January 1874, when the 
contract and the performance of the same was thoroughly inquired into 
by a committee of said General Assembly, (the results and conchisi<ms 
of which were reported ro that body, and made a part of tbe journal of 
its proceedings) and upon the recommendations of said committee a 
new law was enacted upon the subject of State printing and other State 
contracts. 

In relation to the settlement of the accounts of the State printers, tlie 
Commissioners of State printing were directed by a resolution of the 
General A8sembl3' to advise with the Attorney General as to the con- 
stmction and true intent of the law of 1872 on Stiite printing, for tbe 
fatnre action of said commissioners under tlie contract then in force. 

As directed by said resolution, the advice and opinion of the Attorney- 
General was solicited, and is fully set forth in the following correspond- 
ence: 

UnrSK OF COMIOgSIONBBS OF rUBUC PRfNTIXO TO ATTOUXKT-GUSBBAL. 

STATE OP ILLINOIS, SECRETARY'S OFFICE, 

SFBJNanKLU, March 31, lt«74. 

Host. J. K. Edsall. Attorney- General of the Stale qf JUinoit : 

Dbar Sir — Asreeftbl.v to a eeriea of reAolntioxit adopted by tlio Bonse of Roprenentatires, ou tlie 
fi7th instant. v« havt) the honor to tramtinit hereirith tho report<H and rttSoUitions of the oommitteeon 
printing, alao the printed testimony Bubroitted therewith. We desire your careful pemsal of the 
tsrae and would tiarticalarly request your coosideratiiin of tbe question, whether by reason of the al- 
lefced frandtf in ootainiog the crmtract for printing, and tlie evidf.uce bearing; thereon, tbe State would 
be justified in avoiding such i-oniract. if each contract U voidable at the election of the State. But if 
. b yonr opinion the interests of the State will be better served by not avoiding the same, then we 
would respectfuU}' call your attention to tbe items in ssid report, purporting to be an overcharge, and 
diar^ns bevoud the maximuni rates allowed by law in the accounts rendereil by the con tractors for 
.public printing, and ask your advice thereon. 

Wo are, sir, very respectfully yours, 

(J EG. H. HARLOW, Sec'v of State, 
O. E. LIPPINCOTT. AitdUor, 
ED. RUTZ. Treaeurer, 

CommUHoture oj PitiAiic Printinff, 

LBTTBB OF THB ATTOBKBTOBNXRAL TO THR C01I1I188I0NBII8 OF PUBLIC PBn«TINO. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS, ATTORXEr-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Sfrixofibld, April 15, 1874. 

Gbxtlbmrn — ^Tour commnnlcation of the 31st nit. wns duly received, with the stated enclosures of 
docnmeots, whereby in pursuance of the resolution adopted by the House of Repreaentatives ou the 
87th of March last, yon request my opinion on the following questions: 

1. Whether by reason of the alleged ftund in obtainiug the contract for pablic printing, the State 
voald be jastifled in avoiding tbe same. 

S. If soch contract in voidable at the election of the State, then to determine whether, in my opinion, 
tbe interests of tbe State would be better served by nut avoiding the same. 

X And ahould the latter conclusion be reached, yon then direct my attention to the items in the re- 
port of the printing committee purporting to be overcharges of the contracts for pablic printing above 
the uaximuro rates prescribed by law, and request ?iiy advice thereon. 

The facta found by the committee on pnbllc printing, upon which the qaeatton of fraud in procnring 
the contract is predicated, are briefly as follows : 

There were ten persons, besides those to whom the contract was awarded, who proposed to bid for 
taeh clans of tbe pablic printing at varions rates less than the mudmum prescribed In the. law, whr». 
' with one exception, respectively gave the requisite bond, approred by the Governor, to comply with 
the contract in case it was awarded to them. The assignors of the present contracturs made r>ut and 
ffledabid for at least the maximam rates, and, to prevent competition, paid each of the other ])t-<i- 
posed bidders same varying from $300 to $1, 500, amounting in the aggregate to |10. 500. to induce l li<*ni 
not to put in the bids they had soveralb* made oat. By this means competition wan avoittvil and but 
one bin ^nss iUed ; upon which the Commissioners awarded the oona«ot at the highest rated named i.i 
the law. 

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,u». if an^, presoribed for press- work for the dfth class of priDtinjcf 
ilaered in their order. The second section of the "Act to proTideA 



The Constitntion, (Art. IV., Sec. 85). an well an the statutes of the State, required the public ^ 
in^ to be "let by contract to the lowest responsible bidder." That a combination of tne chanw 
above indicated is so clearly iu conflict with the policy of the law, and so contaminated -with frai 
tliat the successful bidders acquired thereby no right to the contract, is too plain a propoeitioD t&H 
mit of argument. 

f 1. Story, Equity Jurisprudence, § 39.3 ; Smith v». Greenlee, S. Derereanx, 1S6 ; Gardiner V9. ICoi 
95 Me., 140 : Wooten vt. Hinklo, 80 Mo.. 200. J 

Had the Commissioners of Public Printing then been informed of these fdcta, it is not probable th 
would have award<<d the contract to biddei-s who had resort-ed to such means to prevent oompetitli 
An soon as the facts were disoovere<l, the State had the right to elect whether it would . treat t 
award of the contract as void, or ratify the same and hold the contractors bound theiebyi. IC aA 
the discovery of the means used to prevent competition, the State, through its legislative and exec 
tive departments, treated the contract as having a valid existence, and ordered public prict'tnii; to 
done thereunder, this, in my Judgment, would constitute a waiver of the right on part of the Stii 
to declare the contract void,* and would be cuuHtrueil in law as a ratification thereof. 

The bidding took place August SO, ItHiy and the contract was awarded the 7th of September Mkf 
ing, for the period of two years, ftx>m Movembor 4, 1872. Since that date, the parties to whom tl 
contract was awarded, or tneir assigueos, have been recognized as the public printers, and have i 
celved and executed the orders fur public printing Issuoafrom both branches of the General Asasi 
bly, and from the Executive Departments. The contract will expire by its own limitation in a A 
months, when a new letting will take place under the law. It is donbtfnl, at leaat, whether the r^ 
has not been waived by the State to aeclare the contract void. The new Kevision of Statntea is i 
quired to be published oy the first of July next when the same will take effect. 

In view of all the circumstances, I think it is not advisable to attempt to declare the ooDtract ▼• 
at this late day. 

Upon the matter of charges above the maximum rates prescribed in the law, two questiooe 
viz : 

1. The number of pages constituting an "impression" for press- work ; and, 

2. What is the minimum rate, 
These questions will be cons: . ^ 

and regulate the public printini;," approved April 9, 1872, (laws of 1872, p. 613,) divides such primii 
into five classes, and defines each class. 

The third section of the act contains this provision : 

" The Commissioners of Printing shall, between the 3d day of July and the 1st day of Aogust nefl 
after the passage of this act, and biennially thereafter, within the same period, cause to be publiahi 
iu at least one dally newspaper printed in each of the cities of Springfield, Chicago, Peoria, Kse 
Island, Cairo and Qiiincy, an advertisement, which advertisement shall continue two weeks trom tb 
date of its Urst publication, giving notice that sealed proposals will be received at the office of tb 
Secretary of State for the execution of the several classes of public printing, in separate eontrsoa 
for the term of two years, from aud after the first Monday of ^vember next ensuing. Said proposal 
to be filed in the ofiice of the Seei-etary of State on or before the fourth Monday of August nexU aftf 
Mid public notice, which proposals Hhall distinctly and specifically state the price i>er 1,000 ems A 
the composiUou of all matter embraced iu the proposals for any or all of such classes of printing; tb 
price per 100 Impressions for all pross-work embraced in the first, second, third and fourth cumi 
and the price per 25 impressions fur the press- work contained in the fifth class, at which the biddi 
will do tne work embraced iu the class or classes of the printing covered by his proposals." 

The fifth section of the act provides that "The maximum rates of printing done under this act shil 
be as follows : Plain composition, 60 centa per 1, OuO ems, figure work, 90 cents, rule aud figure wort 
$1 SO, press work, 25 cents per 100 impressions : Prooided, that no Job shall ue counted at less tbi 

aoo." 

The number of pages which shall constitute an "impression" is not defined in this act. The fifd 
section of the act of March 9. 1^67, relative to public priutiug, fixed the maximum rates tberefur as fd 
lows : "The maximum price of public printiug shall be as follows, to* wit: For plain work, 70 oeol 
per 1, 000 ems; for figure or rule work ^1 Oo per 1,U00 ems: fur figure and rule work, #1 40ceBi8)'« 
J, 000 ems; for compobitiou, and 70 cents per token of sixteen pages fur press work ; for blanks of mij 
description, $1 50 lor the first quire, and for each additional quiie of the same kiud, ordei-ed at thesaM 
time, II per quire, excepting when said blanks ai'o larger than a sheet of fiat cap paper, or cuntaia * 
much composition as t^ require additional com])ensatiun, then the public printer Hhall be alloweit n 
charge a reasonable advance upon the prices above specified for piintlug blanks, which said ad\aiioi)< 
chai't^es sball be passed upon by the olliuers authorized to settle ihe printer's account, as her<;ixibe£iH 
providod." [Gross* SUtutes 1869, p. 521, § 5. 

It will be observed that the word "impieNsion" is not here used, except as to the printing of blaita 
the maximum price there fixed "is 70 cents per token of sixteen pages." The important wonls uHJ 
appear to be technical terms of art peculiar to the vocation of printers. In Webster's UnaluidM 
Lfictionary we find tbe wonl "token," as used iu printing, defined thus: "In printing, ten qutresi 
paper ; an extra quire is usually added to every other token when counted out for the press." ^ 

in the Illustrated addition of I069 of \V ebstor's Dictiouary, wu find the definition of the same woni 
na used by printers, modified thus: "Ten quires of paper. A white token is 250 sheets uf pspij 
printed on both sides, or about 104 quires of 24 sheets. 

In the "Printers' Piice List," which purports to be a manual for the use of clerks and bookkeej 
in fob printing ottices, by Theo. L. I^eViiuie, and publisheil in New York by PranciA Uart 6i Cu, 
lh7L, it is thus stat.>d : ''All kinds of book aud pamphlet press work are computed by tokeun io^r 
of thousands. Prices are consequently made by tokens only. The token, as here used, is 2JU imj 
sions, or any fraction thereof." 

As variously defined by Webster, a token would consist of 340 or 250 sheets of paper printed 00 
sides, which is equal to twice that number of impressions. 

Accoitliug to I)e Viuuo it consists of 2r>0 sheets of paper printed on one side, or 125 sheets of pi 
printed on both sides— la other woi-ds, 250 "Impressions. ' 

If the word "token" is regarded as representing a certain number of sheets of paper printed 
bot li sides, than "a token of sixteen pages" must refer to such number of sheets having tiglit p«g«< 
each side, or on each impression. 

Un the conti-ary, if the same designates a certain number of impressions, than the words "iMff toi 
of 16 pages" refer to such number of impressious of 16 pages each. The definition of tbeteroi 
given in dictionaries and books pertaining to the art of printing are confiioting, and shed a very 
ertaiu light on the question. 



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L flh9 testimony taken before the committee on printing; (pa|*e A.) seems to show that the term "token," 
Kt used by printers and publishers, has various luenniues attached to it in different iwrts of the United 
Btotee. Here it is said to represent 240 impressions, in New York )tjU impressiouH, lu New England 
#MMmpras8iona, and iit some of the largo hoases In Boston MO impressions. It seems to be cuueedefl, 
bowever, hy all partien, that the word "token," as need in the tiftb section of the act of 1867, was in- 
•mded to mean either 240 or i2S0 impressionJs so that the clause "and 70 cents per wken of sixteen 
es" should be read or understood aa if written "and 70 centt) per 240 (or 2.\0) iuipressiuns of sixteen 
:es each." 

nder thia constmction the law of 1867 designated sixteen as the number nf pages which should 
■tituto an 'impression," or "form." fh>m which ihe impresaiuu is taken, althuugh neither of these 
ordaare used in the statute. 

If. astteeras to be the case from the nnanimoos ooncnrrence of the oommitt<*e on printing, and the 
iforhi'Understaodingof all parties in interest^ the law of 1867 is to be understuud as eetoibliHliiug 

[teen pages aa the size for the "form," ui "impression," upon which press work is to be coinpuied in 

%ook and phamplet pnutinc done under that law, the same furnishes an important guide to ascertain 
Whe proper constmction of the act of IdTS. 

It is the established rule that, in the construction of a doubtful statute, and for the purpose of 
•rriving at the legislative intent, all acts on the same subject matter are to be taken ti>gelher and 
'•xamined, in order to arrive at the true result. {Sedgwick ou Statutory andCoostitutioual Law, 247.) 
The rule, that statutes in port maUrta ate tojbe consulted for the cousuuotiou uf each other, obtAius, 
mithough the statutes to which such reference is made ma> have expired, or been repealed. Ibid, 250. 
The prior acts are consulted, not necessarily as laws stiU in force, but lui bIUm to discover the intent 
of the Legislature, when, in subsequent staiuteH, lanjfuage is used of uncei tain import. 

Tiiat part of tho 5th section ox the act of lc(67, whicn lixes the maximum rutvs for press- work, is 
in e«»nflict with the oorrespouding provisions of the 5th section of the act of 1872, ana was repeiUod 
I thersbv. 

But ' the words "sixteen pagee," in the clause of Section 5 of the act of limi, in theso words : " and 

70 cents per token of sixteen iiages for press- work,' if construed as detiniu^ thn number of pages in an 

impressiun, are not necessarily in conliict wiih the clause of Section 5 lu the not of 1872, tixuig the 

i maximum rates of press* work at 25 oeuts per hundred impressions." Yet it would appear like cutting 

I up Sestion 5 of the act of 1867 into exceediu(^ line particles, to regard the residue of that part of the 

section repealed, and these three wonls, "of sixteen pages," as still in force. 

However this may be, I am clearly of opinion that if these words, as useil in the act of 1867. were 
Intended as defining the nnmber of pages in an "impression " at sixtet'ii, the same may be coiittulted 
I to solve any doubt as to the meaning of the word ' Imprussion," whon applied to tho same classes of 
' printing, in the act of 1872. 

It is, I think a proper application of the rule that statutes in pari materia are to be consul te<1 to 
■soertaln the proper construction of a later statute, the meaning of which is doubtful, although the 
prior act may have been repealed. 

It appi'ars from the testimony taken by the committee, that from 1852 up to the time of the p.is.Ha!:e 
of the act of 1867, it bad been the cusUim for the Public i*riiitcrs to charge^ fur press work doue fur the 
State at the rate of eight pages to the furtu, or iuipresiiiou,— and ihu contracts seem to have becii uuule 
ou that basis. But the act of ltl67 inu-oducod a now rule, and, for the flt-bt time (as all partioH iippHar 
to have understood tho act), gave a statutory detiuiliou of the uuiiiber of pages whicli should C4uisti- 
tuto an impression, viz: sixteen. The couiniiltee ou public priuting all concur in the propusitiun 
that^ in book and pamphlet work like that doue for the State, sixteen pagos i» geuoraliy recognised as 
a form, or impression, in printing and publishing houses, wheu it is not otherwise provided in con- 
tnctiS for doin^ such work. 

It is not within my province to determine, or express aa opinion npon. a question of fact of thia 
character, which depends for its solution upon the teatimuny of experts, ^ut assuming the facts to 
be as found by the committee on printing, and regarding the acrof ltHi7, while in lorce, as definiu»- an 
impression to be sixteen pages, and coustruing that act as in pari nuUeria with the act of 1872,"mv 
conclusion is, that in the estimation of press-work, in book and pamphlet priuting, under the act of 
le72, sixteen pages should be considered an an " impression." 

It is a fact worthy of attsntion, that the law requiretl the letting of public printing to be advertised 
in many of the principal cities in the Slate. Such construction should be plscod upon the word " im- 
pression " as printent and publishers in the State would geuerolly place tuere<m. A particular local 
custom, even at the capital, should not prevail over the genenil unUei-standing of printers in the State ; 
other^viae, tho various bidders would nut stand upon an equality. ISedgwick on Constitutional and 
Statutory Law, 357 ; Evan Myers, 25 Peuu. State K., 114.1 

If, however, it is true, that In book and pamplet press-work, eight pages is regarded as the size of a 
form, or Impression, by the printers geuei-ally in the Slate, when tlie contiact is silent or no other num- 
ber spcciAed, then I think the same rule should be applied in the estimation of work done under the 
sets of 1872, notwithstanding the provisions of the act of ld67. 

If such were the case, there would be no i-ooni for the application of tho rule that where the con- 
struction is doubtful all statutes in pari tnateriu should be coustrued together, for the cons, ruction of 
the word "impression," on that hypothesis, wouhl not be doubtful. 

Thia, however, is not a question of law, but of fact, to be determined upon tho testimony of experts. 
The commission of public printing ai-e better able to ascertain this fact than myself. 

Yon have the benefit of the unanimous opinion of the committee on public priuting. which seems 
to have been arrived at as the result of their investigation. You have also the voluminous teslimoii v 
taken by that committee. If further invoHtigatiou is desired, you have the power to make it. But 
unless vou are satisfied that eight pases, instead of sixteen, is, in the practice of printers generally 
throogboot the State, estimated as a form, or impression, for book and pamphlet press-work, the rule 
recognized in the act of 1867 should be considered as explanatory of the indefinite language of tho net 
of ltT2y to this extent: that an "impression " is to be composed of sixteen pages for book and pam- 
phlet press-work. 

The question of law remains to be considered, whether the act of 1872 prescribed any maximum rate 
for pi ess work in the fifth class of printing. 

It cannot be questioned that if any maximum is fixed for the press work in that class of printing, it 
is "twenty-five cents per hundred imnrossions." for no other maximum is named in the act for any 
clans of press work. A serious dltUculty in the construction of this part of tho act arises from the 
fsct that the various kinds of printing are divided into live classes ; that partii^ filing bids or pripo- 
nls for the work are required to tile separate proposals for each class, in which thi^v are reqnii-Hi to 
specify "the price per hundred impressions for all piess work eiubraced in tho Hist, second, thini :viid 
fuartH classes, and the price per twenty -five impressions for the press work contained in the Iffth 



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cUuui, At which the hidfler will do the work contained in the olaas or classes covered by his proposals.' 
iLaws <ir ltf7;j. pa^e 614. Sec 3. 

The claUHe ot the tifch section fixing the niaximnm rates for press work quoted above, dovs not 
separaiely naiue aii.v miixiuium fur the press work of the fifth class, al any epeoified race per twenty- 
five iiiipresfiioiii», an' the proposals for that class are required to be made. If the maximum is fixed at 
all for this class of press work, it must be included in the clause which specifies press work '"twenty- 
five ceiitM per hnndrml iropressious." It must be uouccded that these words are mure strictly applica* 
ble to the claiMes of press work which is required to be specified in the proiMMals as so much p«r 
hundred iniprttAstoUH ; and not uiiiiaturally, utticers eharj^ed with their pracucal enforcement may 
havH c<instrueil tlteiii as solely spplicable to the first four classes of printing. The wurtis aresuj«- 
eeptible. howevrr. of a broader iuterpretation. It should be observed that the coustitntlou is manda- 
tory that "the GeuenU Assembly shall fix a maxiniom price" for the public printing to be let by oon- 
trnbt l>o the lowest responsible bidder. ( Art 4, Sec. '25. 

The law of ld7*^ purports to regulate the outire subject of public printing, and in obedience to the 
constitution to fix a umximum pnce therefor. If we give the fifth section of the act the broader con* 
striictioii, tliun the General Assembly pei formed their eutii^ duty in this particular. 

If the narnnver couiitriictlon prevaiU, then it must be held that, without any apparent reason there- 
for, the General Assenildy uoglect<ed to perform this part of their plain duty. 

At the c(»iiclu»ion of the section it is "provided that no Job shall be counted at less than two ban- 
dred/' In the prnctical spplication of tlie law, no case could arise where it would be necessary to 
estimate press wcrk at U'ss than two Lundi-ed impressions. This being the case, it maj- have been 
deemed as couvenicut as any other mode to fix the maximum for all classes at a specified rate per 
hnndre<l. 

I am, therefore, of the opinion that the section in qnestion should be construed as fixing the maxi- 
mnm rate for the press work of each of the five claHAcs of printing at twenty*five cents per houdred 
impressions. 

It is not Improper to add that the vagueness and uncertalntv of the language of the statute in the 
particulars hereiu discussed, is such as to be greatly embarrassing to the ofiiceis charged with its ptao- 
tical construction and enfurcement. 

In cases of this chanict«r, honest differences of opinion as to the true meaning of the law are almost 
inevitablo. I have experi«Miced no small amonnt ot ditUculty iu satisfying my own mind upon some uf 
the questions presented, and the sonclusious to which I have arrived are tne result of the beat co n- 
sideration I have been able to give the subject 

I have the honor to be^ very respectfully, 

JAS. K. EDSALIi, 

To Hon. Obo. H. HarijOW, Secretary of State. 

Hon. C. £. LipPLxcoTr, Auditor Public Accounts. 
Hon. Edwaiiu Butz, Tressurer. 

ComtniMioneri of PtMie Printing, 

On tbe first day of July, 1874, the new law on State contracts took 
efl^ct. By its provisions the old board of printing commissioners waa 
abolished, and in its stead the law directed the organization of a board 
to be known as the Commissioners of State Contracts, which board, by 
provision of the law, not only took the place of the Commissioners of 
Printing, but had imposed upon them additional res|>onsibilities and 
duties, said board to consist of the following State ofiicers, to- wit: At- 
torney General, Secretary of State, State Treasurer and Auditor of Pub- 
lic Accounts. 

In punsnauce of said law, the officers above designated did, on the 
first Monday in July, A. D. 1874, organize as said iKiard of State con- 
tracts by the election of a chairman and secretary for the board, and 
since that date ha^e had frequent sessiims for the transaction of busi- 
ness; complete records of which proceedings have been kept at each ses- 
sion of the board. 

The contract for State printing aforesaid for the past two years, as 
provided by law, expired on the i2d day of November, 1874, and in the 
t>erformance of my duties as Secretary of State, a final settlement of 
said contract was asked for in order that I might be able to comply 
with the law and report to your Excelleuc}^ the total cost to the State 
for printing under said contract for the past two years. 

A meeting of the Commissioners of State Contracts was called for the 
purpose of examining the accounts and bills of the contractors for State 
printing, and not being fully advised or satisfied as to their duties and 
authority uuder the law and contract aforesaid in making the final set- 
tlement asked for, determined to further adnse with the Attorney Gen- 
eral on the subject, and the following correspondence was had iu relai- 
tiou thereto : 



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IXnUl OF TBM OOlllllBaollBnS OF CTATS COirrRACnB TO IBB ATTOKKBT GKRBRAL. 

State of iLtjicois, SiciiRTAnT*« Office, 
• SpiunofuU), Nov. 17, 1874. 

Hnn. Jab. K. Edsall, Attorney QentrtA: 

Dbaii JiiR : The contract for the priotlpg for the State durloc; the past two yoars expired by limita- 
tion on the Bn>t Monday of the preaent. month ; the cnntractor» oave rer dered their acc^unta and aaked 
fivr a final settlement of the SHnie by the Coniniiitaioners of State Contracts. In a f(«w daya the Board 
of Oonin)ia»ioner8 will be called together for the transartion of buainosa. and this matter will be 
brought before them for their conaideration. But before thia in done they desire to aak your further 
advice and opinion on nmttern in thia connection, and, that the subject may l)e brought fVeah to your 
ndnd, it ix hoped that It will not lie considered supt'rerosratinn in reviewing; the action of the State offi- 
cers upon whom is impcMMMl the duty of paminjc upon the bills of the State contmct4>rs and adjnating 
the same. As ia well known tu 3'ou. the award of the contract for the State printing done during the 
twoyesira just cloaed. was niailo to Messrs. BaiUiachoand Alerrilt, S<'pterober7, lb72. by the then coni- 
Diisaioaers of State printing, viz. -. Hon. Edward Kunimel, then Socret«rv of State Hon. C £. Lippin- 
C4ttt, then and now Auditor of Public Acconnti*. and Hon. K. N. Bates, then State Treasurer, and said 
award and bond for the contract nppi-ovcd bv Hon. .John M. l»Hlni«r. then Governor of the State. 

When the present State otlir^rs assunteci their dutien on the i:ith of Januar>', 1873, the W(»rk by the 
Stat« printers under the award had been in progress for more than two months, a large amount of work 
had been done by the contractors upon the onlers of the State department and the General Assembly, 
and no question of the validity or construction of the award was raised until uoi« than a year after- 
wards. 

A coromittee of the General Assembly was appointed to Inquire into the coat of printing, etc., and to 
frame a new law, with whose la1>om and report you are familiar. It was shown before this coniraittoa 
that but one bid was made for the printing, and that at the maximum ratea allowed by the law. It 
woH also shown before the committee that the commissioners who made the award were in doubt as to 
their duty in the premiMea. and before making tbc award conHuUed with Hon. Washingttm Buahnell, 
then the Attorney General of the State, and also with other diatinguished legal gentlemen of tho 
Slate, and upon the advice of all these gentlemen, as was shown before the committee, the c<m)mission- 
en became satisfled that there was no help but to award the contract upon the one bid that was teoh* 
■ically and formally made, which was done. 

In the month of December last in order that the present Secretary of State might be able to make 
his report to the Governor of the annual cost of State printing, the contractors were instructed to 
famish an itemized account of the work done by them np to December 1, 1873. Up to thia date, and 
not until tho January following, was any question raised nv any one aa to the legality of the award ix 
the correctness of the legal opinions of Attorney General Bnshhell on the subject, and the accounts of 
the pnlHic printers, above refen*ed to, were examined, item by item, by the printer expert as provided 
by law, auu certified by him as correct, and then laid before the board of oommiHsionera for their 
approval. Upon examination by the board it was fonnd that the prices charged for the items in the 
s<:yeral Oiasscs of work, aa designated by the law. were in cont'orniitv with the award inatlo by tho form- 
er Conimiaaioners of Priming and with the original bid tiled, and the copy thereof recorded by the 
ionuer Secretary of State in his ofiice. Tliereu]K>n, it appearing that the work having been done in 
compliance witfa law. and the prices charged being in accordance with the award aforeaaid. thu pres- 
ent State otUcers and Commissioners of State Piinting decided that they had no alternative but to 
oltey the law and conform to the ftwanl, which had been ollicially declared by your pr<Mle<-essor as 
bdng stricUy legal and binding upon the State, and the accounts of the c-ontractors up to the dates 
mentioned were finally adjusted and allowed, so for as the bills rendered were concerned, error.t and 
omissions excepted ; but as the work was not oomuleted. no tlnal settlement of the contract was or 
conld be made then ; and also for the reason that in tne accounts rendered for paper UHed fur printing 
blanks, commissions, circnlaro, etc, the prices charged for paper were not satisfactory, and ilio bills 
fur such paper were referred to the heads of the various depanments for which the work was done 
to be examined, and if foand satisfactory and correct, to be so certified. 

In the mouth of January following the whole subject of printing was thoroughly investigated, aud 
a diffeient construction of the law and the efiSect of the award arrived at by the committee than that 
made by the former Comroissionejv of Printing a|>on the legal advice of the former Attoi-iiey GeneraL. 
and upcm which the present commissioners actod in their adjustment of the contractors' accounts in 
December, IdTJ, as stated. 

The whole subject, in the General Assembly, was finally referred to you, aa the legal officer of the 
State, to advise and Inatruct the Commiasionera as to their' future a(*tion. Your advice waa solicited 
hy the present Commissioners, and your construction of the law proved to be different from that of 
the former Attorney GeneraJ, and the advice as to our action in relation to the official avcard (»n tile in 
the office of the Secretary of State, contrary to what the Commissioners supposed was their duty. 
YeL still we moat cheerfully comply with the wishes of the General Assembly as expressed by the 
nMoluUon refeired to. and will be guided by your opinion on the subject ; but before tho final HoUle- 
nientof the contract is made, your opinion and advice is further soflotted upon the following quea< 
tions, y\z : 

What wonld be the proper coarse for the Board of Commissioners to pursue, in order that Justice 
and equity to the contractors and that the interests of the State may be fairly sorved, with the 
accounts rendered and at^usted in December last, as exphdiied heretofore in this coin muuioat ion f 

Would it be right, proper or equitable, or in conformity with the resolution of the Genoral Assem- 
bly referring tlie aubtect to yon, for the Commissioners to reopen the ac(justed accounts renderod in 
December laat, calculated and a^usted as they were, upon the basis of the award made aiul the con- 
•traction of the former Attorney General, and make a new adjastment of the same in conformity with 
joar decision bm to the number of pages in a form, aud the price of press* work in the fifth class of 
printing ! 

jiJ^Or, in other words, was the reeolution of the General Assembly intended, and does your advice to 
the Commissioners contemplate, the settlement of unadjusted accounts only upon your constriiotlon 
Of the law and award f or are they to reopen all the accounts of the Stivte printing uuu tractors li*oia 
the date of the first order, and compute the same upon the cooatructiou given by you f 



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The CommlsaiODera desire ro net in eonformity with the law, And at the siune timo to do Jnstioe to 
all pnrtlpD iDterpMte<l; nor only to the people of the Stnle collectively, hnt alno to every individoak 
citizfn of the State. It would be a fkvor conferred if you would maKC an early response to thein' 
formation sought. 

We are, dear sir, very respoctf^Uy, yonro, 

6E0B6E F. HARTvOW. 

Seeretarj/ 0/ &ai$. 
C. E. LlPPIN'r^OTT. 

A lidUar of Public Aeeountt, 
EDWAKD RUTZ, 

State IVearurer. 

IJCTTKR FROM THR ATTOBXBT GBKERAL IN RKPLY. 

State of Illdcois, ATTonxF.Y General's Oman. 

SrmxGFlKLU. Noveinber^, 1874. 

Gkxilkmkn — To your eomniunication of the 17th instant, relative to the contract for public printiog 
for tho post two years, you propountl the f«)Uowiiig questions : 

" What would be the )>roper course lor the Board of Commissioners to pursue in order that ^nstios 
and equity to the oontiactorH. aud that tho ioterests of the State may be fairly served, with the 
acoountd rendered and a<UuRt4>d in December last, as explaine<l heretofore' in this uommunieation T' 

" Would it be proper, ri|;ht aud eqnirable. or in conformity with the rveolutions of the General 
Assembly refonin;^ the subject to j'ou. for the Conimiiwionors to reopen the adjusted accounts rea- 
dereil in December IhHt, ealculatcfl and ac\)UAted as tbev wi^e. npon tbe ImhIs of tbe award made and 
the oonstructiou of the former A ttf>rDev General, and make a new ac^ustmeut of tbesame incno- 
formit-v with your decision as to the number of pages in a form, and tbe price for press worlc of tbe 
fifth class of printiner 1 " 

*• Or, in other words, was the resolution of the General Assenibly intenrlnl, and <1o«« your advice to 
ilie CommisHitmers contemplate, the settlement of una^yusted accounts only upon your •iNMtroctioQ 
of the law and award, or are they to reopen all tbe acotmnts of the State printing contraetors Ihioi tte 
date of the tirht order, and compute tbe same upon tbe construction given by you ?*' 

In respect to the proper coustniction of the law as to tiio number of pag**s constituting an impres* 
alon, and ibe maximum rates which can lawfully be paid for press-work of piloting of tbe 5tb daaSt 
my views were fully oxpressed in the opiuiou funiishod y<mr Board on tbe 1.5tb of April last. So far 
as any accounts of the late public printfrs renmin unsettle<l or unpaid. I tliink that the aame shoold 
be settled and paid upon tbe basis of the law na constrtied in that opinion. 

As t<» any piist transactions and accounts which tbe Commissitmers of Public Priuting have fully 
8ettle<l and paid under the construct ion given to the law by my predeeessor, as stated in your letter, 
I do not reganl it as within my province to advise the Cominissioners to re-open such bettlement upon 
the mere gi'ouud that my opinion of the proper eonstruction of the law diffurs from his. 

Very respectiuUy, 

JAHES E. EDSALL. 
. To Hon. Gko. H. Hari.ow, See'y *\f State ; 
* ' Hon*. C. K. Liitiscott. AudUor ; 
• ' Ed. Rutk, State Tttaturer. 

Guided by tbe law, the contract, and the advice of tbe Attoriiey- 
Geueral, a settlemeut was made with the State printers and the con- 
tract finally closed. This settlement shows that the cost of tbe State 
printing for tbe two years ending November 2d, 1874, is $ll!^,10i) 57. 

Of this amount the contractors have received the sum of 8101,98:J 26, 
leaving still unpaid the sum of $10,126 31 — ^for which the contractors 
hold approved vouchers. 



REGULAR BIENNIAL STATE CONTRACTS. 

In accordance with the provisions of tbe "Act to revise the law in 
relation to State contracts," in force July 1st, 1874, tbe Board of Com- 
missioners of Slate Contracts caused to be inserted in tbe various tlaily 
newspn pel's provided for by the act aforesaid, advertisements for pro- 
posals for State contractus i)rovided to be let, and on the 12tb day of 
September, 1874, tbe provisions of the law having l)een fully comjilied 
with, contracts were awarded as follows: (1), printing; (2), bindinjj; 
(3), stationery; (4), book aud other papers; (5), copying laws, etc.; (0), 
distribution of laws. The contracts are as follows : 



PRINTING. 

Ist Class, Tbe contract for the public printing in the first class was 
awarded to D. L. Thillips at the following prices: Com position per 



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1000 ems, plain, 15 cents ; figare, 15 cents ; rule and figure, 15 cents. 
Press work per 100 impressions, 25 cents. 

2d Class, Awarded to D. L. Phillips, as follows : Composition ])er 
1000 ems, plain, 26 cents; figure, 30 cents; rule and figure, 40 cents. 
Press- work per 100 impressions, 24 cents. 

Sd Class. Awarded to D. L. Phillips, as follows : Composition ]>er 
1000 ems, plain, 26 cents; figure, 30 cents; rule and figure, 40 cents. 
Press- work per 100 impressions, 24 cents. 

4th Class. Awarded to Thomas S. Pinckard, as follows : Composi- 
tion per 1000 ems, plain, 28 cents; figure, 50 cents; rule and figure, 05 
cents. Press- work per 100 impressions, 12^ cents. 

5th Class. Awarded to D. L. Phillips at the following rates : For 
each election register complete, 5 cents. 

6th Class. Awarded to J. D. Boper at the following rates: Compo- 
sition per 1000 ems, plain, 18 cents; figure, 30 cents; rule and figure, 
56 oei^ts. Press- work per 100 impressions, 5 cents. 

PRINTING PAPER. 

1st Class — Printing paper, — Awarded to the Cleveland Paper Com- 
pany, of Cleveland, Ohio, at the following prices : Book paper, wei fil- 
ing 45 lbs. per ream, |4 69 ; 60 lbs. per ream, |7 96. 

2d Class — Paper for blanks^ coversj etc. — Awarded to George W. Cliat- 
terton, Jr., of Springfield, Illinois; the aggregate in this class amount- 
ing to about the sum of $5,000. 

3d Class — Office statianery, paper^ inky pencils, envelopes^ etc. — Awanlrd 
to George W. Chatterton, Jr., of Springfield, Illinois ; the aggregate in 
this class amounting to about $9,000. 

BINDING. 

The contract for binding in the several different classes was awarded 
to Henry W. Bokker, of Springfield, Illinois, at the following rates : 
First class, per volume, 18 cents ; second class, per volume, 29 cents; 
third class, per volume, 17 cents ; fourth class per 100 pages, f of a 
centf fifth class, per 100 pages, 1 cent. 

DISTBIBTJTION OP THE LAVTS, ETC. 

The contract for the distribution of the laws, journals, etc., was 
awarded to E. C. Matheuy, of Spriugtield, Illinois, at $350 per annum. 

COPYING THE LAWS, JOURNALS, ETC. 

The contract for copying the laws, journals, etc., of the 29th General 
Assembly, was awarded to Wm. P. Emery, of Springfield, Illinois, at 
the rate of 2^*^ cents i)er 100 words. 

FUEL. 

On the 17th day of October, A. D. 1874, the contract for furni8hiti<v 
fuel to the State as provided by law, was awarded to J. G. Caufield and 
P. W. Harts, both of Springfield, Illinois, at the following rates : Shell - 
hark hickory wood, per cord, $5 97; other kinds of wood, per cord, 
$4 99; bituminous coal, per ton, $2 49. 

The delay in awarding, the contract for fuel was occasioned by the 
throwing out of the bids presented at the date of the first awards, on 



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accoant of atatntory prohibitions disqaalifying the bidders, and neees- 
Bitating advertising for proposals a second time. No bid for aDtfaraeite 
coal was presented. If any sjiould be reqaired, it will be pan^ased 
in the manner provided by law. 

Bonds were required for the faithful performance of the several oon- 
tracts by parties to whom awards were made, in the following snms, 
to- wit: Cleveland Paper Company, $10,000; George W. Chatterton, 
Jr., first, $4,000, second, $10,000—^14,000; D. L. Phillips, four boD<to 
$10,000 each, $40,000; T. S. Piuckard, $10,000; J. D. Eoper, $10,000; 
E. O. Matheny, $3,000; Wm. P. Emery, $5,000 ; H. W. Rokker, $10,000; 
which have been duly executed, and are now on file in this office. 

The Commissioners are fully satisfied that the prices at which the con- 
tracts were let are very favorable to the State, and that they will be 
faithfully performed they have no donbt. Practical printers will see at 
a gitoce that the prices at which the State printing has been awarded 
are extremely low. The contractors for the 4th and 0th classes have 
since the award, with the approval of the Commissioners of State 
Contracts, made an assignment of their contracts to the Illinois State 
Journal Company. Notwithstanding the low prices at which the con- 
tracts have been let, the exi>erience, facilities aud business reputatioD 
of the Illinois State Journal Company are sufficient guarantees that the 
work done for the State will be fully up to the requirements of the law 
in every respect. 

STATE BINDING. 

The contract for the binding of the laws, journals, volumes of reports, 
etc., for the two years past ending November 2, 1874, was awarded by 
the former State officers in 1872 to Charles Edwards, and by him trans- 
ferred and assigned to H. W. Bokker. The Commissioners of State 
Contracts have examined and adjusted the accounts of Mr. Rokker, and 
from this settlement I find that the total cost of the work under this 
contract amounts to the sum of $1^9,852 90. Mr. Eokker has been paid 
on his contract the sum of $26,900, leaving a balance still due him of 
$2,892 90, and for which he holds vouchers duly attested. 

The quality of the binding in every respect has been fully up to the 
standanl of the work heretofore done for the State and in accordance 
with law. 

The present contract for State binding heretofore mentioned as hav- 
ing been awarded to Mr. llokker is at prices favorable to the State and 
at rates much below, in the several classes, of those paid, under any 
contract heretofore made. Mr. Eokker's reputation as a binder is con- 
sidered by the Commissioners a sufficient guarantee that the work in 
the future, as in the past, will be fully up to the requirements of the law. 

PAPEB AND STATIONERY. 

In the absence of any law ui>on the subject, since the adoption of tbe 
Constitution of 1870, regulating the purchase of paper and stationery 
for the use of the different State officers and the General Assembly, 
purchases for each office or department have been made independent of 
the other, by the officer or department using such supplies. The pur- 
chases thus made being paid for out of special appropriations made for 
that purpose, and over which I had only partial control, and as the de- 



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mands of my office required, I am therefore unable to make the rei>ort 
on the subject required by the law which took eifect July 1, 1874. By 
this law the Commissioners of State Contracts are authorized and iu- 
Btracted to solicit bids for proposals to furnish all the paper, stationery, 
etc, required for the use of the General Assembly and officers of the 
State government above referred to, aild directs the Secretary of State 
to report the amount used by each. In my next biennial report this pro- 
vision of the law can and will be cheerfully complied with. Under its « 
provisions (which practically was not in force until November 2, 1874), 
the Secretary of State is made the custodian of all paper and station- 
ery, and required to keep accurate accounts with the General Assem- 
bly and each of the officers of the State government, of all paper and 
stationery used by them. 

Under the contract for furnishing paper and stationery, heretofore 
mentioue^l in this report, the articles contracted for are being received 
and are duly inspected by myself a,s well as the Commissioners of State 
Contracts, in order that the terms of the contract may be projwrly en- 
forced, and the interests of the State fully protected. With but few 
exceptions the articles delivered are fully as good as the samples npon 
which the contract was awarded. All inferior goods have been promptly 
rejected, and with the few exceptions noted, the articles delivered have 
been receipted for and paid. 

BOOK PAPER. 

Owing to the vast amount of work ordered to be done by the Twenty- 
eighth General Assembly requiring the use of book paper, a very large 
quantity of such paper has been used by the contractors for State printing 
daring the past two years. The records of this office show that during 
the term of the two years^ contract for State printing ending November 
2, 1874, 3,800 reams of book paper has been furnished upon the order 
of the contractors for State printing. The amount used bj^ them in the 
performance of their contract, deducting the three per cent, for wast- 
age, as is provided by law, was 3,800 reams. The amount expended for 
paper and stationery for use of General Assembly and State officers, 
was $14,034 30, leaving a balance unexpended of $5,965 70 to be ap- 
plied in further purchases. 



THB IKEW STATB HOUSE. 

The new capitol of the State is fast approaching completion, and 
when finished will be one of the finest structures of the kind in the Uni- 
ted States. It was anticipated that the building would be in readiness 
for occupancy this winter by the General Assembly and State officers, 
and with that view I had commenced the work of arranging and pre- 
paring the papers and records of the State for removal. But after con- 
sultation and due consideration among the officers, the idea of occupa- 
tion this winter was abandoned for the reasons set forth in the corres- 
lH)Qdeuc6 between the new State House Commissioners and the State 
officers on the subject, which is given below : 



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LBTTBB OF THB OOMMISSIOKBBS TO STATE OFFICEttS. 

Office of the CoMMiflsiOKEBs of the new Statb Hoo^ 

Sprinofisld, Oet. 31, 1S74. 
To the ChvemoTf Seeretary o/StaU, Auditor and Treaaurw: 

Gbntlbuen : The work on the Dew 8tate House has now bo far profiresaed that we feel warranted ia . 
saying to yoa that the apartments intended for your several offices can he made ready for oocnpaniT- 
on or hefore January 1, 1675. Also the law library and sopreme conrt room for the two housos of ttt 
General Assembly. 

It will not be possible, however, to famish all the store rooms intended eventually for the use of tht 
Secretary of State and Auditor, these rooms beinic now necessarily occupied as workdiops, and eaniMt 
well be surrendered. Nor will it be possible, without incurring considerable additional expense, ts 
furnish water for use in the closets and wash rooms. The tanks for the supply will be located in ths 
upper dome, and cannot be put up until that is constructed. 

we are not prepared to say that the rooms will be sufficiently dry to make it safe to occupy thei^ 
In fact, the hea^y rains Just prior to the completion of the roof of the east wine bo thoroughly satiii»> 
ted the walls anif work of the rooms intended for the Governor and Secretary of State, that it is hi^shfy 
probable that the health of the occupants would be endangered ; but we leave it with you whether I* 
remove to the new building or not. 

We trust yon will advise ns as early as possible of your determination, as on that will depend ia 
some measure the order in which we shall prosecute the work in future. If you conclude to oocafqr 
your several departments at the time designated, we will be obliged to concentrate our forces on that 
portion of the work, which we will do only in that event, as it will be more economical and advaa- 
tageons to prosecute the work more generally, not crowding the workmen together. 

It is not neeeesi^* for ns to call your attention to the nature and condition of the sazroandings» a^ 
proaches, etc., as you are folly advised. 

We have the honor to be, most respectf oily, yours, etc 

JACOB BTJNN. 
JOHN T. STUART. 
JAMES H. BEVERIDGE. 
Oommisnofun* 

ubtibb or behalf of btatb 0fficbb8 in beplt. 

State of Iluxois. 
BzEcunvE Defabtxknt. Sbcrrtabt'b Ovnci, 
Speikofdeld, yoo. 5. lifii. 

Hon. Jacob Bonn, Hon. Jaios H. Bevebidob, Hon. John T. Stuabt, CommutioMn qf efts Xew Sttu 
House: 

Gbntlbmen : For and in behalf of his ezcellepcy the Governor, and other officers of the execntire de- 
partment of State, I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of vour official communication of the Slsk 
ultimo, giving the information that the rooms in the new State fionse designed for the use of the Slats 
officers, and the rooms set apart for the temporary use of the General Assembly, woald be ready for oc- 
cupancy on January 1st, 1875; but also giving 'as the opinion of the memljers of the Board of Stats 
House Commissioners that it might not be prudent, and would not be economical, to occupy the bail- 
ing this winter. 

Your communication was presented to the several State officers, and the sul^eet matter fnllr dis- 
cussed, and after taking into consideration the various obstacles presented by you, it was decided thst 
the interests of the people of tlie State, and the convenience and comfort o^the members of the Gea- 
eral Assembly, would be better served by remaining in the old State House. 

It is presumed that next spring or summer the condition of the various apartments in the newStsU 
House will be such as to Justify their occupancy by the officers of the various departments. 

With assuxanoes of the highest respect for the members of the Board, I have toe honor, gentlemsa, 
to be 

Your ob't serv't, 

Geo. H. Hablow. 

iSeeretary of StaU. 

The present State House, as is known to your Excellency, was yean 
ago purchased of the State, to be used by this county as its court house, 
and the State has occupied it since. It is now desired, and expected by the 
county officers, that they be permitted to take possession of this build- 
ing next spring ; and there is no doubt that, with proper effort, all the 
State offices located in the old State House ami other buildings in ilififer- 
ent parts of the city can be removed to the new State House by Jnuel, 
1875. But in order to do this, with safety to the health of the occupants, 
and the proper preservation of the books, records, papers, stationery, etc, 
stored therein, the heaters designed for the use of the several offices 
should be placed therein this winter, and fuel supplied for heatiug 
them, in order that the walls may be thoroughly dried ; else, the ob- 
jections presented by the Commissioners, and the principal reasons 
assigned why the building should not be occupied this winter, will still 
remain. 

The following letter from the Secretary of the Board of State House 
Commissioners will more clearly explain this matter : 



27 * [ 363 ] 

OFFICB of TBS COMMIBnONBRS, SPBINOmZJ), Bf, 8, 1874. 

Col. Gsa H. Harlow, Btentary <tf 8taU : 

Sub, : The oflSoM in the main story of the new State House are all plastered, except the private 
office of the Attorney-General and tae finishing coat of theofficeof the Secretary of State. If you 
desire to occapy them early next season, it is very important that they be kept thoroa{;hly heated 
dnrinjjf this winter, to dry oat the walls ; bat as we are limited by the oonstitation in oar expen- 
dStnrea. we do not feel Justified in expending the moueys appropriated to building, for that puTTKMe. 
We will warm tiiose parts occupied oy oar workmen. If you desire the other parte made nt for 
oecnpatioa, you will take such action as you may deem meet to secure that object. 

Tours truly, 

JAMES H. BEVEBID6E, Seorttaty. 

The subject was deemed of sach importance that I at once consalted 
with all the execative officers of State, all of whom advised me to fur- 
nish the necessary fuel and assistance that the exigencies of the case 
demanded. Thereupon, I wrote the Commissioners, in answer, as fol- 
lows : 

State of Illinois, Sbcbbtart's Office, t 
apnngfidi. Doc, 10. 1874. 3 

Hov. Jambs H. BsvEBiiKn, Seertlary of Nw> State Route Oommisnon : 

Dbab Sib : I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your communication of the 8th instant, 
relating to the occapancy of the new State Houne, and in reply have to aay : After consultation with 
the officers of the executive department of State, and after Um subject matter of your letter had been 
duly conaidereti^lt ws« danMfSri. iardMuiy rensons, that the offices of the various departments, and the 

,-«iight, at the earliest day practicable, be removed to the new State House ; and 



in ordcT that there mi^ht be no delay, I was advised to take the necessary steps, and oo-operale with 
the Board of Commissioners, in order that the offices and room j required might ue put in readiness for 
thatpnrpeoe. 

I am, air, very respectfully, yours, 

GEO H. HAKLOW, 

Secretary of State, 

OOOTJPANOY OF THE NEW BUILDINO, 

The people of the State, through the General Assembly, having, by 
the erection of the new capitol building, provided new quarters for the 
various State officers, the supreme court, the agricultural, geological 
and legislative departments of the State, it will be readily perceived 
that an additional expense will be incurred by the State in providing 
for the care and custody of the new State House, and the largely in- 
creased exx)en8e in the heating and lighting of the same. The new 
building soon to be occupied by the State officers is an immense struc- 
ture, magnificent in all its details, and always will be a pride to every 
citizen of Illinois. The law of the State makes the Secretary of State 
the custodian of this building, and responsible for the books, papers, 
proi)erty, etc., therein. The duties thus imx)osed are onerous, and the 
responsibility very great. I have no 4^sire to shrink from the per- 
formance of the duties thus imposed upon me, and I will cheerfully 
assume the additional resi>onsibility, and to the best of my ability will 
perform my duty ; but I would respectfully suggest to your Excellency, 
and through you to the members of the 29th General Assembly, that, 
in order that the Secretary of State may be able to do his duty, they 
mast bear their share of the responsibility, and make such appropria- 
tions this session as will be required for the purpose of enabling the 
Secretary of State to do his duty. Your Excellency is well aware that 
if the appropriations suggested are not made by this General Assembly, 
two years will elapse before there can be further action on the subject ; 
and I trust that, as it is now known that the State will be obliged to 
occupy the building next summer, the General Assembly will appre* 
ciate the situation, and not, by neglect, embarrass, not only the cus- 
todian of the building, but all the judicial and executive officers, who 
will be obliged to make necessity a virtue, and occupy the rooms de- 



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signed for these various departments. I have had no time to make: 
the necessary inquiries and calculations upon which to base anesti-' 
mate of the amount that may be required to be appropriated for thesaj 
necessary incidental expenKe49, but this can soon be ascertained wbeij 
the subject is referred to the proper committee of the General Assem- 
bly, and who, I doubt not, after that due consideration and inquiry the 
subject demands, will recommend a proper appropriation for the pur- 
poses required. 

BEHOVAL OP STATE AEOHIVES— CLASSIFYINa AND INDEXING LAWa, 

KEGOBDS, ETC. 

One of the most important duties naturally devolving npon the Sec- 
retary of State in connection with the removal of the State archives 
from the "oW to the ''new'' State House, is the arranging, classifving 
and perfecting the files and records of the State, and making an index 
thereto, for ready reference and convenience in this office, and much to 
the benefit of the people of the State at large. 

This work is now being done under authority of an act of the laal 
Oeneral Assembly. 

State officers, members of the General Assembly, and others who have 
occasion in any manner to refer to the tiles and records of the State, oe 
file or deposited in this office, are disagreeably impressed with the con- 
fused state of the original pa]>ers, and documents and executive records. 
Since the earliest liistory of our Territorial or State Grovernment these 
State papers and records have been accumulating, and now, after three- 
quarters of a century has past, present a confused and chaotic mass of 
important documents, without arrangement, classification or index by 
which reference msly be made thereto. 

In case of a demand n)K>n this office (which frequently occurs) fori 
certified copy of an enrolled law, pai>er or document, or transcript of 
executive record, a long and tedious search must be instituted to fiud 
the particular paper or document wanted, consuming, or rather, wasting; 
valuable time of clerks whose time and services are urgently demanded 
elsewhere in the discharge of legitimate and specific duties. lu some 
instances, days have been spent in searching for a single paper, which, 
with a carefully prepared index, could have been found in five miuatei 
by any well informed and competent clerk. Nor does the trouble alwa.ii'S 
end in success ; the chances are even against success. It frequently 
happens that the search is given up before the paper has been found, 
and if ever found it is the result of accident, and turns up while search* 
ing for another document, under similar circumstances, and ends again 
in failure, annoyance and |>erhax)S loss. 

This was and is still the case with the enrolled laws, with the exoep* 
tion of those of the 26th and 27th General Assembly, which were tempora- 
rily indexed by my predecessor, and those of the 28th General Assembly 
have been similarly indexed by me. With this exception, all the en- 
rolled laws on file since the earliest organization of the Territorial and 
State Governments are without arrangement, classification or index. 

It is my purpose to classify and arrange the files and records as sys* 
tematically and convenient as possible, and to index so fully and com- 
prehensively that any clerk familiar with them can, in a few moments, 
produce any paper or document, or refer to any executive record in the 
office. To do this will require considerable time, and a large amount of 
clerical labor. The supervision of this work will, of necessity, increass 



29 [365] 

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mj labors and responsibilities, and althoagh not imposed by the law, 
I assume it willingly, with no wish or desire for farther remuneration 
than the satisfaction of knowing that when completed the results will 
be of incalculable value to the people of this State, and a convenience 
^hich cannot fail to be appreciated in the years to come, growing more 
and more useful and important as the years recede. 

The plan adopted by me in this, in my opinion, most important un- 
dertaking, is, in brief, as follows : Oommenciug with the Territorial 
organizations, embracing the ^Northwestern Territory, organized in 1788 } 
the Indiana Territory, organized 1801; lUiuois Territory, organized 
1809, each exercising legislative and executive jurisdiction within the 
present limits of this State during the several periods of their existence. 
The iiles and records relating to these Territorial Governments will be 
eoUected, and, so far as possible, all missing papers replaced by certified 
eopies from the priuted records, or tran.scripts from the originals when- 
ever and wherever they can be found. Then, commencing with the or- 
ganization of the State Government in 1818, the same course will be 
pursued, the object being to make full and complete files, forming an 
archive of the State, in which may be traced, with reasonable accuracy 
and genuine satisfaction, its political history properly authenticated. 

To do this many important papers and documents, and, in some in- 
Btani^es, the acts entire of a legislative session must be replaced with 
eertitied copies, the originals having been lost or misplaced, and not to 
be found. In such cases the certified copies are made from the regular 
authorized edition of the printed laws of the Territory or State, when 
they can be obtaine4], or, in the event of no printed copy being obtain- 
able, from manuscript copies taken from the printed laws in the hands 
of private parties. As the State is not in possession of complete files 
of tbe printed editions, either of the Territorial or State laws, I have 
been under the necessity of relying upon private enterprise and gener- 
osity to supply many lost and missing laws. To Wm. L. Gross, of this 
eity, compiler and publisher of Gross' Uevised Statutes of Illinois, and 
who is now engaged in collecting for publication all the laws which have 
ever been in force in this State or the territories above mentioned, I am 
indebted for this favor. Mr. Gross has kindly given me access to his com- 
plete and valuable collection, from which I have caused certified copies to 
be made of all those not in the possession of the State, so far as I have 
been able to do in the progress of the work. As there remains many 
gaps in the files yet to be filled, the extent of these favors cannot now 
be stated* I take pleasure in thus publicly acknowledging my obligations 
to Mr. Gross for the favors already conferred. 

The plan of the indexes is at once as simple, systematic and compre- 
hensive as experience, the wants of the ofiice, and the good of the pub- 
lie would seem to indicate. And while absolute perfection is not ex- 
pected or promised, my confidence in the system suiopted is such that 
I have no fears as to its success. The following explanation will give a 
'Very correct idea of the plan adopted : 

First — ^There will be an index to all the original enrolled laws on file, 
andereach important appropriate head, designating the number of the 
^x and file in which the enrolled law may be found. In case of appli- 
eation for reference, the subject being known, the law can be readily 
found and referred to. This will be called the <<Index to the Enrolle<l 
laws.'' 



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Second — ^There will be a "General Index," in which nnder appropriato 
headings and Babjects will be entered an index to all papers and doea* 
ments on file not included in the index to the enrolled laws. 

Third — Each book in which has been entered the acts and orders 6f 
the Governor, will be indexed and classified in such manner as to coa- 
veniently refer to the acts of the different chief executives since the or- 
ganization of Illinois territory. This will be known as the **Index to 
the Executive Record s.'' 

Fourth— In additition to the foregoing, and in a manner dnplicating 
all three, will be a "County Index." This index will be classified bj 
counties, and under each county heading subdivisions of subjects will 
be made, and under these subdivisions will be entered indexes of eveiy 
subject matter in any law or executive record in any manner affecting 
such county. The object of this index is to supply a want long felt, and 
to create a kind of general encyclopaedia of information, for the ben^l 
of the public, which is constantly calling upon the Secretary of State 
for information upon all kinds of subjects, which happened sometime in 
the history of the State. To illustrate : A. B., county clerk of . . . ... 

county, writes to know "whether a public road was authorized to be laid 
out through this county, by the Legislature. It is very important thai 
our people should be advised upon this point.^ Without date, without 
knowing even what road is referred to — without knowing anything, in 
fact, except that the people of blank county want to know about a cer- 
tain road, the Secretary is expected to furnish this "important informa- 
tion" without delay. When completed, from this index can be learned 
whether or not any law passed by the Territorial or State Legislature, 
or order of the Executive has aflfected any given county in the State, 
and the Secretary of State can then give an intelligent and satisfactory 
answer to the many demands for information of the character above de- 
scribed. 

The importance of these indexes, as a convenience to this oflice, is 
difficult to appreciate, and its value to the public is more likely to be 
under than over estimated by those not conversant by actual experience 
with the demand upon this office in the regular course of business. Il 
is a matter too long neglected already, and its completion is alike de- 
manded by public interest and economy. In my years of practical ex- 
perience as a clerk in the State department, as well as in the capacity 
of principal, I have seen and felt the necessity of this work, and I only 
follow the example of my predecessors, who also "learned in the school 
of experience," in calling the attention of the General Assembly, tbroagh 
your Excellency, to a matter of such pressing and growing importance, 
and I most respectfully ask that you recommend such appropriation for 
the necessary clerical labor which may be required to continue the work, 
as in the good judgment of the members of that honorable body may 
seem best. 

Your Excellency will pardon me for dwelling upon this subject, and 
giving to it the prominence it occupies in this report But I feel justi- 
fled in treating it as I have, and calling attention to it in so conspicnoas 
a manner, for in my judgment the importance of the subject demands it. 
Each year adds to the difiQculties and expense attending the prosecntioa 
of the work, increases the danger of loss among the files, and thus lessens 
the value when completed. Important laws, papers and documents 
now possible to be obtained with reasonable trouble and exfieuse, ere 
long will pass beyond the possibility of recovery at any cost The pith 



31 V [ 367 ] 

gress of the work thus far has of necessity been slow and tedions, yet 
very satisfactory resnlts have been obtained, considering the difficalties 
and perplexities attending the commencement of so vast an undertaking. 
One thing has been demonstrated beyond a possible donbt, namely : 
the necessity and importance of continuing the work to completion. 

In this connection, I would also respectfully suggest to your Excel- 
lency the necessity and importance of the enactment of a law by the 
General Assembly in relation to the certified copies of enrolled laws 
heretofore mentioned as missing from the files of this office, and being 
made from the authorized printed editions. These certified copies should 
be placed, so far as the law can do so, on an equal footing with the 
original copies. As has been stated, in many instances, neither the 
original enrolled law, or the authorized printed edition containing the 
law, is in the possession of the State, the certified copies having been 
made from books owned by private individuals. In order that a certi- 
fied copy of these certified copies may be used as evidence in the 
courts, should it in the course of litigation become desirable to do so, a 
law ni>on the subject is necessary. 

CENSUS REPORTS. 

There is a law specifying who shall have the care and custody 
of the copy of the census returns required to be made by the United 
States Marshals to the State government, but no law upon the statute 
book in relation to taking the census of the State, by authority of the 
State. In my opinion, it is a matter of great importance to the people 
of Illinois that there should be some means of ascertaining the popula- 
tion, wealth and resources of the State, independent of that employed 
by the general government, which information should at least be col- 
lected and published every ten years, if not oftener, not only for our 
own citizens but for the information of foreigners who may be seeking 
a home in the great west. Duplicate copies of the census taken by 
authority of the general government in 1870, are now stored in the base- 
ment of the State House, a huge mass of manuscript of no use in its 
present condition to any one. If the General Assembly see fit to author- 
ize a continuation of the work of indexing heretofore set forth, these re- 
turns can be placed in a much better condition and made available for 
reference if desired. This whole subject deserves the serious and 
thoughtful consideration of the General Assembly, and to which I trust 
your Excellency will call attention. 

STATE LIBRARY. 

By statute, the Governor, Secretary of State, and State Superinten- 
dent of Public Instruction constitute the Board of Commissioners for 
the State Library, of which board the Governor is president, and the 
Secretary of State is made State librarian ; but the detail duties of the 
position, and care of the books and the keeping of the records of such 
as may be desired by the State officers and members of the General 
Assembly, have been and are still performed by Mrs. B. M. Boilvin. 

My predecessor, in his first biennial report, says that when he assumed 
the duties of the office of Secretary of State, that the library was in a 
deplorable condition so far as the number, quality and condition of 
books were concerned. He also reported the purchase of seven thou- 
sand dollars worth of books in 1869, which in a measure, but only par- 
tially so, gave the library a respectable status. In his last biennial re- 



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port, my predecessor says : ^' There was no appropriation by the 27th 
General Assembly for replenishing or adding to the State Library, and 
iu consequence, but few books have been purchased, and none except 
such as were believed to be invaluable or seemed indispensable ; tbestt 
were paid for from the regular ann ual appropriation of $500 made for that 
purpose by an act of the General Assembly, approved February 16, lSld5.^ 

For the past two years the condition of the State library has uot 
changed. The annual appropriation of $500 mentioned in the above 
extract, lapsed by the provision of the new constitution, and was not 
renewed or any other appropriation for the library made, by the 28U^ 
General Assembly, for the reason that there was no room in the build- 
ing now occupied by the State to store books if purchased, and there* 
fore, no appropriations were asked for. The small balance left from, 
former appropriations, so far as required, has been expended ; and 
when deemed necessary, the expenses of the State library have beea 
paid from the incidental appropriation for this office. 

The following miscellaneous works have been added to the Statd 
Library within the past two years by purchase, exchange, gift, or as 
otherwise noted below : 






Date 
received. 



1873. 
t f 

1 1 

* I 

4 I 
I « 

( « 
4« 
• I 

1874. 
I * 

t « 

< I 

< I 

* ( 
f « 

< 4 



1873. 
« « 

4 I 
i I 

1874. 
« » 

I i 

4 i 
44 

4 I 
i « 
4 t 



1873. 



« 4 
4 « 
4 4 
4 • 



TlUeof book. 



bt donation. 

History of KMonry, in IlUnoU 

Beechwood 

PrUoua and Seformatoiles, at Home and 

▲broad 

Beport of IntemaUoDal Penitentiary CoDgreas 
Nature and I'endency of Free Institutions. . . . 
Views of Nature, and the Element^ Foree, 

land Phenomena of Nature and Mind 

Capture of Tieondiroga 

Capital Punishment. 

Fiuai Beport of the Chicago Belief Committee 

Columbus, Ohio, History, Bio 

Bandom Sketches, Bto 

G. V. Fox: Mission to Bnssia 

Public Ledger Almanacs 1870, 1871, 1873, 1673. 

ClelesLia Arcania. 10 toIs 

Centeuial Qasetteer of the U. S 

Pruceediogs Grand Chapter R. A. Masons, O.. 
Catalogue Public Library Cincinnati 



Bt PUBCHASB. 



Universal History, Atlas, Bto. 

Cushing's Manual 

Facts for Farmers. 

Seward's Travels. 

Mouopolies, and The People 

First Century of National^Bzistenoe. 



The Struggles of Nasby 



aggU 
Age 



Name of donor. 



The author 



Bev. Wines, D.D. 



4 4 



Fred. Grinke 



BsraC. Seaman 

The author 

Thomas C. Garrett. . . 



Committee. 
The author 



4 « 
44 



Publisher 

Sweedenburg Pub.So. 

The author 

Jas. Nesbitt 

W.F.Poole 



Guilded Age. 

History oflllinols 

My Opinions, and Betsey Bobbets 

Botanical Index 

Life of Charles Sumner 



Bt exchange. 

Treaties and Conventions Between United 

States aud Other Powers 

Coal Begionsof America 

Catalogue Mercamile Library 

The ImhBepublic 

The UoBton Almanac and Business Direetory. 



James Mao&rland. 



Name of author. 



John C. Beyn<dds. 
Mrs. B. B. Springer. 

Inter. Congress, 1671. 
National Prison Asi. 
Wm. Trevett. 

Bars C. Seaman. 
L. B. Chittenden. 
Jno. MoKae Moir. 

Lodge I.O.O.F., CUe. 
Jacob H. Studebakor. 
B. S. DeForrest 
Gustavus V. Fox. 

£man*1 Sweedenbug. 
A. Von Steinweher. 
Grand Secretary. 



Jas. W. Shehsa. 
L. S. Cnshing. 
Solon BobinsoB. 
Olive Kisley Seward. 
D. C. Cloud. 
"An Bniinent Gom 
ofUterary Mea.^ 
D. B. Locke. 
;"Mark l*waia." 
'Davidson & Stuve. 
iJosiah Allen's Wife. 
Allan P<ilIock. 
LeaterC. Edwards. 



Library Ca, N. T. 
P. Ondmors. 
SJ)avldMaftCoL,Pak 



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The system of exchange, for many years in vogne between the State 
and territories, still exists, and by this means the law department of 
tiie library has been kept fally supplied with the printed volumes of 
laws, jonrnals, reports, etc., of the States and territories. 

From this source, since the date of my predecessor's last report, there 
has been received and added to the library fifteen hundred and seventy- 
one volumes, embracing the statutes of the States and territories and 
of the United States ; reports of the supreme courts of the States and 
of the United States supreme court, congressional documepts, depart- 
ment reports, assembly journals, legislative documents and reports, geo- 
logical reports and surveys, reports of State officers, etc., etc. It should 
he understood that, of the number received, many are in duplicate, 
while of others, several hundred volumes may be of the same publica- 
tion — as in the case of the United States Statutes — so that less than 
one-half of the whole number receipted for in any year are actual addi- 
tions to Uie library, and placed upon the shelves. These volumes have 
all been properly cared for, and disposed of when received, either by 
being placed upon the shelves, or put in store for future use. The 
surplus volumes published by this State, have also been properly pre- 
served. 

I take pleasmre in acknowledging the receipt of the following news- 
papers and magazines donated to the State library by the several pub- 
lishers thereof : 



DaUy nUnoia State Jonnud. Sprin^eld, IlUooia 
'lis Democrat, St. Loois, Mo. 



r 



KXWBPAPBB8. 

ate Journal, Sprincr 
St. Looia \ 
' ' Leader. Bloomioston. HI. 
Weekly Bepablican, JoUet, IIL 

* ' Taaewell Goaniy Republican, PeUn, nL 

* ' AAti-MonopoUat, Bloominictoii, 111. 

' ' Independent, Gray ville, ID. 

*' Seatinel, Centralia, lU. 

' * Gazette, Champaign, UL 

'* Herald, Washlnffton, 111. 

' ' Carroll County Mirvor, Mt. Carroll, UL 

* ' Bureau County Herald, Princeton, IIL 

MAOAZIXBS. 

The Gem of The Wcat, Chiea|;o, niinoia. 
The American Bibliopoliat, New York City. 
The Old and New, Boston Mass. 



THE NEW STATE LIBBABY. 

The design and arrangement of the rooms for the State library in the 
new State House contemplate the division of the books of the present 
library into two classes, and that each class be placed in a separate 
room. The room designed for the library of miscellaneous books, and 
which will consist of all classes of books, embracing historical, biogra- 
phical, poetical, scientific, travel, fiction, reference, periodical, sacred 
or secular, will be located in the west wing of the new State House, on 
the same floor with the halls of the two houses of the General Assem- 
bly, and in close and convenient proximity to each. This will be one of 
the finest, most convenient, well lighted and elegant rooms for which it 
was desired, in the United States. The dimensions are 44 by 79 feet ; 
from floor to ceihng 48 feet, and will be finished by two tiers of alcoves 
for the reception of books, the second tier of which will be reached by 
an iron stairway and surrounded by a gallery of the same material, taste- 
fully designed and finished. At each end of the main floor of this 

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library will be a reading room, each 18 by 44 feet, designed for the use 
and oceupauoy of the members of the General Assembly during its 
sessions. lu the alcoves will be appropriately arranged the misceliane- 
ous books now composing the State library, and which will fill two or 
three perhaps, of the thirty or forty alcoves set apart for this purpose. 
That the present State library of IllincHS is a small and insiguilicaiit 
affair no one denies who has seen it ; indeed, there are a score or more 
citizens of the State whose private libraries are larger and more valua- 
ble; but if this tact is not now evident, it will be if the present number 
of books are placed in the new library rooms without extensive addi- 
tions thereto. 

iLliuois now occupies the proud and honorable position of the fourth 
if not the third State in the Union, so far as population and wealth is 
concerned, and does she not stand equal to any State where the intelli- 
gence and educational interests of her people are considered t If this 
is true, tbe library of the State should be as complete and valuable in 
every respect as that of any other State. In order to make it so, the 
members of the General Assembly have a duty to perform, which they 
not only owe to themselves, but to the reputation of the proud name of 
our State. To make the library^ what it should be will require the ex- 
X)enditure of money, and that must be appropriated by the Greneral As- 
sembly. The appropriation should be liberal, in order that the thoa- 
sands of books needed may be placed upon the shelves of the new 
library room by the time the members of the 30th General Assembly 
are called upon to take their seats in the new and eommodious rooms 
designed for their use in the new capitol building. 

The room designed for the library of laws, journals, etc, and in 
which will be placed the volumes from the different states and terri- 
tories, is on the main floor of the State House and adjoining the office 
of Secretary of State. This room is large, well lighted and commodi- 
ous, and arranged with alcoves two tiers high, in which will be placed 
the books as they are received from the several states and territories. 

As there will be an entirely new classidcation of the books in botlU 
libraries when the State offices are removed to the liew capitol, I have 
decided to make no change in the catalogue as now printed, or a re- 
arrangement until that time. 

Two years ago, the Secretary of State, in his report, estimated tbe 
number of volumes in the library as follows : 

Miaoellaneona works ^SSO 

Pablications of TJ. S.«nd the different states 1,000 

Surplus •' •■ " stored in bassment » 3,000 

Surplus Illinois State publications, laws^ eto., stored SQ,OM 

Duplicated copies audinoomplete miscellaneous works M 

Total n,T» 

There has been bought and received in exchange, donations, etc., 
1,603 volumes. Taking my predecessor's figures as a basis of calcula- 
tion, the number of books now in the library and in store, is 34,353 vcrf* 
umes. It will be observed that only a small proportion of the whole 
number consists of miscellaneous works, there being of this class only 
about 2,582 volumes. 

I would respectfully suggest to your Excellency the calling attention 
of the General Assembly to the important matter of making suitable i 
appropriations, in order that the Library Commissioners may be able to 
make the library of Illinois, as it should be, one of the most complete 
and valuable State libraries in the country. 



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l^TEIGHTS AND MBASUBES. 

By the provisions of the "Act to revise the law in relation to weights 
and measures," in force Jaly 1, 1874, the Secretary of State is uiacle 
ex-officio State Sealer of Weights and Measures, and has the care and 
cnstody of the authorized public standard of weights and measures. 

For a number of years the State has been in possession of the United 
States standard weights and measures, consisting of — 

First. A set of weights from 50 pounds to 1 pound avoirdupois, and 
troy ; a set of avoirdupois ounce weights from 8 ounces to .OOOl of an 
ounce; a set of troy weights from 10 ouncep to .0001 of an ounce. 

Second. One standard yard. 

Third. A set of liquid capacity measures, comprising the gallon, half 
gallon, quart, pint and half piut. 

Fourth. A standard half bushel. 

But the State has not been in possession of the balances required to 
make the proper tests. 

In order that I might make myself perfectly familiar with the modus 
operandi of testing weights and measures, and to procure such informa- 
tion as would enable me to intelligently give instructions as to the pre- 
paration of a suitable room in the new State House in which to place 
the weights and measures^ and apparatus necessary in the discharge of 
my duties in that respect, and also to make arrangements for the State 
to receive the elaborate and costly balances to be furnished by the 
general government for the use of the State, I visited Washington 
and had a very interesting interview with J. E. Hilgard, in charge of 
the office of United States weights and measures, who spared no pains 
to give me all the information desire<l on the subject of weights and 
measures, and in explanation of the best modes of testing and compar- 
ing the same by the standard. 

He also furnished me with such information as has resulted in the 
fitting up of a room in the new State House to be exclusively devoted 
for the use of the custodian of the standard weights and measures, and 
in \vhich will be placed the elaborate and expensive balances used. 
Mr. Hilgard also agreed to exchange the avoirdupois and troy weights, 
and the yard measure, which had become broken or damaged by reason 
of the dampness of the basement of the State House in which they 
have been kept, supplying the State with new and complete sets with- 
out extra charge. 

The articles above mentioned are made of heavy, solid brass, and 
were furnished to the different States under and by authority of a joint 
resolution of Congress adopted in 1838. The standards being ready 
before the balances, they were distributed to the States before the lat- 
ter, Illinois receiving her share many years ago ; but the balances, for 
lack of a suitable fireproof building or room, in which to place them, 
were never sent^ But this objection being now obviated, I am daily 
expecting to receive them, and when received they will at once be placed 
in the room intended for them, heretofore mentioned. No State will 
then be better prepared to carry out and enforce the provisions of the 
very important law in relation to weights and measures than Illinois. 

ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAW. 

Prior to the law which took effect July 1, 1872, the surveyors of the 
varioas counties were made ex officio county sealers of weights and 



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36 



measures ; bat under the provisions of the reyised law now in force th« 
county clerk of each county has this duty imposed upon him, and is 
now ex-officio county sealer of weights and measures. It is impossible 
for me to know the operations of the law in the various counties. Al- 
though ex-officio state sealer of weights and measures for nearly two 
years, I have not been called upon by a single county officer to test any 
county weights or measures. Since the new law took effect quite a 
number of county clerks have written me on the subject asking infor- 
mation that would enable them to procure the standards required by 
the law ; but not a single set of weights or measures has been sent to 
me to be tested by the standards fixed by law. As this is a new duty to 
county clerks its importance and the good resulting to the people of the 
various counties of the State by its enforcement, doubtless is not fully 
appreciated. In my estimation and Judgment I consider this law^ which 
is made for the good of the whole people, but more especially the poor^ 
classes of consumers, one of the most important on our statute books. 
If strictly enforced, as it should be in every detail, it would be a gaa^ 
antee to the buyer of all the necessaries of life. Thus protected they 
would get full measure and full weight in all their purchases, which I 
regret to say in many cases is not now done. 

The law fixes the weight of certain enumerated articles that are now 
sold by the bushel. There are a number of other articles in which there 
is a large and extensive trade in our State, which in my judgment it 
would be well to add to the list already designated by law; and I would 
respectfully suggest that the legal weights of the following articles be 
fixed by law, and added to the list alluded to, viz : 



Hnngarian Grass Seed, per bushel. 
Orcluird Grrass Seed, per bashel. 
Bed' top Grass Seed, per bashel. 
Millett Seed, per basnel. 
Broom-corn Seed, per bashel. 
Top Oaions, "pw bashel. 
Ouage Orange Seed, per bashel. 



Peas, p«r bushel. 

Charcoal, per bashel. 

Coke, per bash«»l. 

Beef and Pork, per barrel. 

Ploar, per baiTsL 

Whiteflah and Trout, per half barrel. 



STATE GEOLOOIGAL OOLLBOTION. 

By the act organizing the Geological Survey of Illinois, the Secretary 
of State was made the custodian of the collection of minerals and fos- 
sils to be accumulated in the prosecution of that work, probably with- 
out any definite realization as to what such a collection would comprise, 
and under the supposition that the results could be conveniently aoa 
readily placed in his ofiiice and retained under his <charge, without seri- 
ous inconvenience or responsibility in relation thereto. Dp to the pres^ 
ent time no chauge has been made in the law as relates to the custody 
and preservation of the collection, except to repeal the provision placiug 
it in the care of the Secretary of State, and thus virtually leaving it 
without any one being held responsible for its safe keeping. 

The cx)llection is now oue of the largest and most complete that has 
perhaps ever been brought together in th6 prosecution of a survey of 
this kind, and I feel assured that by a judicious disposition of the da- 
plicate specimens belonging to the survey, in exchanging with other 
States and foreign coutitiies, it could easily be made one of the largest 
and most complete geological museums in the United States* 

!No provision has yet been made for its preservation as a State cabi- 
net, and no permanent place provided for its reception ; the rooms origi- 
nally set apart for it in the new State House having been snbsequendy 
assigned to the agricultural department, and no person has be^ espe- 



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charged with the responsibility of taking care of it, or with pre- 
paring and arranging the specimens for exhibition in a public masenni. 
The State Oeologist has virtually had the care of the collection to the 
present time; bat as his duties and responsibilities end with the publi- 
cation of the sixth and final volume of his report, to be printed during 
the ooming year, it seems important that some provision should be 
made for its care by legislative authority, if the collection is to be re- 
tained as a State cabinet; if not to be so kept, to provide for its final 
disposal in some other way, so that the results accumulated with so 
much labor may not be entirely lost. Temporary quarters have been 
assigned to the collection in the basement story of the new State House; 
but it only remains there on sufferance, and is liable to be removed 
whenever the rooms it now occupies may be required for some other 
purpose. 

The paper required for printing the fourth and fifth volumes of the 
State Geological Survey was purchased and the volumes bound as re- 
quired by law, at an expense of $10,336 40, an appropriation having 
been made for that ptupose. 

The sixth and last volume of the report will be published the coming 
year, appropriation for which has been made, but as yet no expenses 
have been incurred or outlays made in the publication of said sixth 
vdame. 

LBaiSLATTVE MANUAL. 

An annual or biennial legislative manual for the use of the members 
of the Oeneral Assembly at the commencement of each session of that 
body, has always been in great demand by the members thereof and 
others interested. This demand, in a limited manner and with imper- 
fect work, has been supplied by private iridividuals. If of value 
enoagh, it ought to be published by authority of the State, and thei'eby 
give to the members of our legislative body something upon which tiiey 
can depend. This subject was alluded to by my predecessor in his last 
report, as follows : 

^^ I would respectfully suggest and recommend that the Secretary of 
8t»te be authorised to pompile and publish, in connection with his usual 
report, a manual, to contain the Constitution of the United States and 
of the State of Illinois; complete lists of all State and county officers ; 
the officers of the several State institutions; the judiciary of the State ; 
the iK)pulation of the Uniteil States and of this State; the returns of 
the regular State elections, and such other matters for reference as are 
Qsually contained in the legislative manuals published by the authority 
of many ,of the older States. ^ 

No action on the sul>iect was taken by the last General Assembly, and 
while the preparation for publication of a work like this, or manual re- 
commended by my predecessor, would add to the labor of this office 
during ft vety busy season of the year, yet I cannot ignore the value 
and usefulness of such a manual when issued, and I would respectfully 
call attention to the subject and suggest that such steps be taken by 
the General Assembly as may seem proper by the members thereof 

APPROPBLATIOKSb 

I have hereinbefore alluded to the necessary appi*opriations required 
to be made for incidental expenses, State Lil)rar3'^ etc. In addition to 
these matters, the General Assembly will be required to provide for the 



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expenses of the varioas departments of State, and the propw com- 
mittee of that honorable body will doubtless recommend snch snms for 
that purpose as, in their good judgment, may seem just and proper. 
The requirements of this branch of the Executive Departa>ent of the 
State will, at the proper time, be brought before the committee for 
their consideration and action. 

DEFIGIENOIES. 

It is presumed that in the expenditures f^om the various i^^fnoprifl- 
tions made by the General Assembly, the greatest care and utmost 
economy is used in disbursing the same. Experience has shown, how- 
ever, that deficiencies in the appropriations for the current expenses of 
a State officer and State institutions have and will, necessarily, occa- 
sionally occur. This, no doubt, is owing in a great measure to the im- 
possibility of the General Assembly to provide specifically for all the 
expenses of an office or State institution, or to guard against any con- 
tingency that may arise in connection therewith. With this knowledge 
as my guide, I have, in the expenditure of appropriations over which I 
have control, been as guarded as possible consistent with the prompt and 
faithful discharge of the various duties im[>osed u|X)u me by law; and 
I am truly gratified to be able to state that during the past two years 
no expenditure has been made or indebtedness incurred in exces8 of 
the appropriation made for any specific purpose ; and it is with more 
than ordinary satisfaction that I am able to inform your Excellency 
that I have no deficiencies to report, and that every bill for work per- 
formed or materials furnished up to the date of this report has been 
promptly paid. 

Under the act in re^itlon to State contracts, the Commissioners of 
State Contracts were directed, and did, as hereinbefore stated, contract 
for and purchase a large amount of paper and stationery for the use of 
the State departments and the General Assembly for the next two 
years, ending November, 187G, but for the payment of which the Gen- 
eral Assembly made no special appropriation ; and therefore the cost of 
such stationery, as fast as received, has been [)aid from the ai)propria' 
tion ibade by the last General Assembly, but which was only designed 
to be sufficient to defray the cost of these articles until the first of July 
next. It will be seen, therefore, that in order that there may be no 
delay in the payment for the paper for the use of the General Assembly 
that will be required, further appropriations will be needed as soon a» 
possible after the meeting of that body. 

As hereinbefore reported, there is still $1,098 54 in the appropriation 
for incidental expenses that can be used for the purposes provided for; 
but to defray the expenses of the 29th General Assembly, that body 
will be required to make further appropriations, as the amount stated 
will not be sufficient to cover the estimated expenses thereof^ and I will 
not feel authorized to incur any indebtedness therefor. 

SUPBEBIE GOTJBT REPORTS. 

Prior to July 1st, 1874, the law of the State an thorizsed and instructed 
the Secretary of State to purchase from the official reporter of that 
judicial tribunal such number of the reports of the Supreme Court as 
were requisite to supply the various courts and State's Attorneys of tbe 
State. These reports were purchased and sent to the varioas courts 



39 [ 376 ] 

and officers as provided by law ; batthis^ with other laws, wasrepealed, 
and since Jnly 1st, 1874, no Snpreme Gonrt rt*porta have been {uir- 
chased by the Secretary of State, and none distributed. This repeal 
of the act aforesaid does not seem to be firenerally known by the 
connty officials and State's Attorneys throughout the State, and I am 
frequently in receipt of letters asking for information as to the cause of 
delay in the delivery of these reports as heretofore, and desiring to 
know in what manner and by whom the reports are to be distributed. 
Section 60 of the act to revise the law in relation to State contracts, 
page 1,004 Eevised Statutes, reads as follows : 

** § 60. The reports of the decisions of the supreme court, shall be 
distributed as follows, vib : Five copies to the library of Congress, one 
copy to the President of the United States, one copy to each State and 
Territorial library, one copy to each judge of the superior court of Cook 
county, one copy to each clerk of a circuit court, one copy to each law 
institute in this State, one copy to each State officer required by law to 
reside at the seat of government, five copies shall be deposited in the 
State library, and five copies in each supreme court library." 

It seems that the law thus provides for the distribution of a class of 
books not published by the State, and over which the Secretary has no 
control. If it is the desire of the General Assembly to provide for the 
distribution of the reports as the section of the act recited directs, some 
law must be enacted giving him the power to perform this part of his 
official duty, no law being in force to that effe(;t. I have distributed as 
require<l by the former law between Jan. 13, 1873, and July 1, 1874, three 
thousand two hundred and twenty-two volumes of supreme court re- 
ports, and paid therefor the price fixed by law — $6 per volume — which 
amounts to the sum of 119,332. 

This is a subject of considerable importance to the various courts and 
officers to be thus supplied by the State with these important rei)orts, 
and I feel it to be my duty to call the attention of your excellency to 
the matter, in order that such suggestions may be made to the General 
Assembly, as in your judgment the subject demands. 

SENATE AND BBPBESENTATIVE HALLS. 

As custodian of the State House, it is my duty to prepare the Senate 
and liepresentative halls for the use of the members of the General 
Assembly. It was supposed until late in the fall that temporary rooms 
could be used by the General Assembly in the new State House, but 
this idea was abandoned as before stated, and I at once commenced the 
renovation and repairs of the old halls for this purpose. I found the 
carpets, upholstery, furniture, etc., in a worn and dilapidated condition, 
so much so as to seemingly necessitate the purchase of at least new 
carpets; but this expense would have been so heavy I concluded not to 
incur it, but to do the best I could under the circumstances, and I have 
now a number of extra laborers at work washing and cleaning the 
rooms and carpets with a view to putting them in a clean and comfort* 
able condition, and hope to have everything in readiness by the time 
the session convenes* 

CONCLUSION. 

In closing this my biennial report to your excellency, I desire to say 
that I have endeavored to fully comply witb the requirements of the law 
directing the report to be made. I have made it as brief as possible 



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consistent with the varied subjects and information thereon directed by 
law to be given. The official duties of the commissioners of printing 
under the former law, and the board of commissioners of State con- 
tracts under the present law of the State, are so closely interwoven with 
the duties of the BcM^retary of State, and have such close connectioii 
with the matters upon which he is directed to report, that I found it 
would be very difficult to give a satisfactory statement of the letting of 
contracts and settlements of same without referring somewhat at length 
to the action of these boards. In all matters which have been before 
the board of commissioners of State contracts, there has been perfect 
harmony and a desire on the t>B>rt of all the members to faithfully and 
impartially perform the extra and special duties imposed upon them by 
the act making them members of the board, and I but reflect their 
views when I say that so far as the operation of the new law in relation 
to State contracts can be ascertained, it is very satisfactory, and in all 
its details seems to fully carry out the intention of the General Assem- 
bly enacting the law. 

I now submit this report, fearing that in some respects it may be im- 
I>erfect ; omissions may have occurred and the varied subjects treated 
may not have been as clearly set forth as desired; but I have given 
its preparation all the time I could possibly spare and at the same time 
attended to the necessary current work that I am compelled to perforin 
in the discharge of my duties, and have endeavored to faithfully report 
all of the official transactions of this office in detail as fully as is contem- 
plated by the law requiring the report to be made. 

I have, to the best of my ability, systeraized the work of the office 
and the various duties and matters over which I have control. Each 
one of my assistants and every clerk and employe has his or her special 
duty to perform, and in all of them I have found the most sincere and 
earnest desire not only to perform their several duties, but also willing 
at any and all times to do such extra work as might be required in the 
prompt dischargeof the business of this office. The labor of thoroughly 
systematizing the work of this department of State will still be con- 
tinued, and I hope and confidently expect to report most excellent pro- 
gress in the future. 

Very respectfully submitted, 

Geo. H. Harlow, 

Secretary of State, 



APPENDIX. 



Alphabetical List of Cities^ Towns and Villages in the State of Illinois^ 
transcribed from the ojgfUnal records in the office of the Secretary of 
State. 

CITIES. 



Name. 



Areola , 

Abingdon 

Amboy 

Alion 

Amors 

At]aiito 

Be«r«istown.... 

BiuhneU 

Bloominfi^ton. . . 

BelleriUe 

Clement 

ChieaiEO 

Caoton 

CMToHton. 

CUro 

Chanipaign .... 

CUutoi) 

Cftrbondale .... 
CollinaTiUe.... 

Cbester 

Carthaeo 

CaYlinville 

Dnnleith 

Dallas City .... 

Dixon 

DnQnoin 

Danville 

D«eatur 

fiflin^am 

Bdwardflville . . 
Zaat St. Lonia . 

KPaao 

Krin 

Futon 

Freeport 

Galena 

6«nefleo 

Galrsbnrg. .... 

Hamilton 

Haruia 

Billaboro 

Bighland Park 
Henry. ........ 

Jcnejville 

Joll«t 

{acktonville... 

40D«8boro* 

Jnoxrille 

Kankakee 

I^Harpe 

Usaile 

litchfield 

lakeForeat. .. 
Lineoln 



County. 



Doaglaa. 

Knox. 

Lee 

Madiaon. 

Kane. 

Logan. 

Caaa 

HcDonongh. 

Mcljean. 

St. Clair. 

Clinton. 

Cook 

Fulton. 

Greene. 

Alexander. 

Champaign. 

BeWitt. 

Jackson. 

MadiAon. 

Randolph. 

Hancock. 

Macoupin. 

Jo Daviess. 

Henderson. 

Lee 

Perry. 

YermlUon. 

Maoon. 

Effinsbam. 

MadUon. 

St. Clair. 

Woodford. 

Kane. 

Whiteside. 

Stephenson. 

JoDaviesa. 

Henry. 

Knox. 

Hancock. 

Mason. 

Montgomery. 

Lake 

MarshalL 

Jersey.. 

Will 

Morgan. 

Union. 

Knox. 

Kankakee. 

Hancock. 

LaSalle. 

Montgomery. 

Lake. 

Logan. 



lifaae. 



Laoon 

Mount Carroll. 
Meant Vernon. 

Marshall 

Morris 



Marphysboro. 

Mendota 

Macomb 

Mason City ... 
Mound City. . 

Morrison 

Macomb 

Monmouth . . . 

Macon 

Moline 

Minonk 

Metropolis.... 

Kauvoo 

Normal 

Nashville 

Oneida 

Ottawa 

Olney 

Oregon 

i'ana 

Paris 

Paxtnn 

Pontiao. 

Peru 

Peoria 

Pekin 

Polo 

Soinoy 
ockford 

Bock Island. . 

Rochelle 

Sycamore 

Sandwich 

Shawneetown. 

Sullivan 

Sparta. 

Springfield 

Sterling 

Shelby ville... 

Tuscola 

Urbana 

Virginia 

Vandalia 

Warsaw 

Wat«>cka 

Wilmington. . 

Windsor 

Wankegan ... 
TatesCity 



County. 



MarshaU. 

Carroll. 

Jefferson. 

CUrk 

Grundy. 

Jackson. 

LaSalle. 

McDonough. 

Mason 

Pulaski. 

Whiteitide. 

Wabash. 

WaiTen. 

Macon. 

Rock Island. 

Woodford. 

Massac. 

Hancock. 

McLean. 

Washington. 

Knox. 

LaSalle. 

Richland. 

Ogle. 

Christian. 

Edgar. 

Ford. 

Livingston. 

LaSalle. 

Peoria 

Tasewell. 

Ogle 

Adams 

Winnebago. 

Rock Island. 

Ogle. 

DeKalb. 

DeKalb. 

Gallatin. 

Moultrie. 

Randolph. 

Sangamon. 

Whiteside. 

Shelby. 

Douglas. 

Champaign. 

Cass. 

Fayette. 

Hancock. 

Iroquois. 

WiU. 

Shelby. 

Lake. 

Knox. 



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Tatona — OontiDaed. 



Name. 



New liberty. 

Newark 

North Utica 

New Rutland 

Noble 

Naples 

New Atbens 

New Berlin 

NewMilford 

Nokomis 

NewWindaor 

New Bosfeoft 

Niantio 

Newburg 

North Evanaton . . . 

Newport 

Nilwood 

New Canton 

New Salem 

Oicden 

Oakland 

Oquowka 

Otter^iUe 

Oswego 

Odell 

Odin 

Okowville 

Owen 

Oakley 

Oconee 

Orangerille 

Park Ridge 

Plymouth 

Palmer 

Pavson 

Princeton 

Providence 

Phllo 

Prairie City 

Palestine 

Piper City 

Piano 

Pateka 

Petersbnrg 

Princeviile 

Prairie Dii Rocher . 

Parkersburg 

Pleasant Plains.... 

Propbetstown 

Pelone 

Plainfield 

Phillipstown 

Pecatonica 

Palatine 

Park Ridge 

Pittsfleld. 

Perry 

Pleasant HiU 

Band 

Riverside 

Ravenswood 

Ripley 

Roadhonae 

Rome 

Rantonl 

Rose Clare 

Robinson 

Russelville 

Red Bud 

Rockwood 

Rochester 

RoshvlUe 

Roseville 

Rook Falls 

Richmond 

Rook ton , 

Raymond 

Rock City 

Riley 

Richmond 





Jasper. 

Kendall. 

LaSaUe. 

LaSalle. 

Richland. 

Scott 

St Clair. 

Sangamon. 

Winnebago. 

Montgomery. 

Mercer. 

Mercer. 

Maoon. 

Macon. 

Cook. 

Lake. 

Macoupin. 

Pike. 

Pike. 

Champaign. 

Coles. 

Henderson. 

Jersey. 

Kendall. 

Livingston. 

Marion. 

Washington. 

Winnebago. 

Macon. 

Shelby. 

Stephenson. 

Cook 

Hancock. 

Christian. 

Adams. 

Bureau. 

Bureau. 

Champaign. 

Cumberland. 

Crawford. 

Ford 

Kendall. 

Marion. 

Menard. 

Peoria 

Randolph. 

Richland. 

Sangamon. 

Whitealde. 

Will. 

Will. 

White. 

Winnebago. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Pike. 

Pike. 

Pike. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Brown. 

Greene. 

Jefferson. 

Champaign. 

Hardin. 

Crawford. 

Lawrence. 

Randolph. 

Randolph. 

Sangamon. 

Schuyler. 

Vermilion. 

Whiteside. 

Washington. 

Winnebago. 

Montgomery. 

Stephenson. 

McHenry. 

McHenry. 



Savanna 

Shannon 

Summit , 

Sheffield 

Spring Garden. 

Santa Fe 

Sadorna 

Sidney , 

Spnth Homer . . 

Somonauk 

St. Elmo 

St. Marie 

St. Augustine . 

St Anne 

Streator 

Sheridan 

Sumner 

St Franoiaville 

Sciota 

Stanford 

Reybrook 

Sandoval 

Salem h 

Summerfleld... 

Seward 

Rlgel 

Secor 

Spring Bay .... 

Shields 

Scottville 

Shipman 

Stauntbn 

Sparland 

Seneca 

South Pass 

Taylorville 

Thebes 

Tiskilwa 

Tolono. 

Thompson 

Trenton 

Tentopolis 

Tonica 

Troy 

Tennessee 

Towanda 

Tallula 

Taraarora 

Toulon 

Treroont 

Tower Hill.... 

Time 

Ursa , 

Unity 

TTpper Alton — 

Vermont 

Versailles 

Van Orin , 

Vermilion 

Vienna 

Victoria 

Viola 

Vernon 

VIrden 

Webster 

White HaU.... 
Wilmington . . . 

WoodviUe 

Walnut 

Wyanet 

Westfleld 

Wapella 

West Sandford 

Wheaton 

West Salem 

WoodhuLl 

Warren 

Wataga 

Waterloo 



Coutj. 



Cavroli. 

Carroll. 

Cook. 

Burean. 

Jeflernon. 

Alexander. 

Champi^. 

Champaign. 

Champaiga. 

I>eKalb^ 

Fayette. 

Jaapw. 

Knox. 

Kankakee. 

LaSalle. 

LaSaUe 

Lawreooe. 



Mcl>oooagh. 

McLean. 

McLean. 

Marion. 

Mariim. 

St Clair. 

Winnebago. 

Shelby 

Woodford. 

Woodfoid. 

Lake. 

Maoonpja. 

Maooupia. 

Maoonpin. 

MarshaU. 

McHeniy. 

Union 

Christian. 

Alexander. 

Bureau. 

Champaiga. 

Carroll. 

Clinton. 

EffinKhaiB. 

LaSaUe. 

Madison. 

McDonongli. 

McLean. 

Menard. 

Perry. 

Stark 

Taaewell. 

Shelby. 

Pike 

Adams. 

Alexander. 

Madison. 

Fulton. 

Brown. 

Bureau. 

Edgar. 

Johnson. 

Knox. 

Mercer. 

Lake. 

Macoapin. 

Hancock. 

Greene. 

Greene. 

Adams. 

Bureau. 

Bureau. 

Clark. 

DeWitt 

Bdgar. 

DaPage. 

Edwards. 

Henry. 

Jo Daviesi. 

Knox. 

Monroe. 



46 



[381] 



TovTM — ^Con tinned. 



Name. 


County. 


Name. 


County. 


Vin^liester....... 


Soott. 

St. Clair. 

Sangamon. 

Stark. 

Tazowell. 

Montgomery. 

Macon. 

Maoon. 

Macon. 


WAnkAgnn. . . .^ , 


Lake 


Vest BellerUle 


Wamn 


Lake. 


V^nUamsriUe 


Wanconda - 


Lake. 


Wjmaing 


Woodbnm 


Maeoapln. 
MarshaiL 


Vanblngtfm 


Wenona 


JTalsbT-nie 


Waverly 


Morgan. 

Clay. 

Clark 


Vbeatland ...... .............. 


Xenia 


Ifarrensburg 


York 


ir«st Danville 


YonDff America 


Warran 









VILLAGES. 



Name. 




A^nstiJiTille 

iMhkiim 

A>tiicoaTiIle 

4xibizm 

Aaeamption 

Anoona 

AToea 

Athens 

Anatin 

Andelaaia 

Appatona 

Alexander 

Arcadia 

Adeline 

Berrinif tan 

Bine Island 

man 

ktMiry 

kley 

hlencmK 

ville 

villo 

iier City 

ey 

Menninf^ton. ....... 

iBridipepoTt 

Bristol: 

Bristol City 

Blngbamton 

Slaekstone 

Budolph , 

BlandinsviUe 

fttioklyn 

%intn[^bain 

Browning.... I 

Blnff City 

CooksTille 

Chebanae 

Cliaoa 

Campbellsbnrg 

Clarksvllle 

Colambiana 

Cwtle Fin 

ClarksTilie 

Caledonia Centre.. 

Capron 

Comptoc » 

Cornell 

Champlaln Station 
OoalTllle Station. . 

te'. :::::::::; 

GahokiaYlUage... 

Camden 

Clyde 

Cwnell , 

Calamet 

Cacenovia 

Cantield 

CartervUle 



Cook. 

Iroquois. 

Greene. 

Clark. 

Christian. 

Livingston. 

Livingston. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Rock Island. 

Morgan. 

Morgan. 

Morgan. 

Ogle. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Kane. 

Iroqaoia. 

EffinKham. 

Gmndy. 

Champaign. 

Ettlngham. 

Ford. 

Bluox. 

&nox. 

KendaU. 

KendalL 

Lee. 

Livingston. 

McDonongh. 

MoDonough. 

Schuyler. 

Schuyler. 

Schuyler. 

Schnylor. 

Cook. 

Iroquois. 

Iroquois. 

Christian. 

Christian. 

Greene. 

Clark. 

Clark. 

Buone. 

BoonCb 

Livingston. 

Livingston. 

Livingston. 

Livingston. 

Livingston. 

St. Clair. 

Schnyler. 

Coek. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Marion. 



Cranesville 

Crab Orchard. 

Coal Valley. 

Cordova 

Carbon Cliff. 

Cederville 

Cazenovia 

Cruger. 

Chemung 

Coral 

Crystal Lake... 

Chapin 

Concord 

Carthage 

Chana 

Daltoii Station.. 

Darlen 

Dennison 

DeWilt 

Doddsville 

Desplains 

Ballon 

Dnnton 

Deerfield 

Baysville 

Evanston 

Ediuburg 

Klliotstown 

Ewington 

Eldena 

East Paw Paw.. 

East Lynne 

Englewood 

East Wheeling. 

Elroy 

Freemanton 

Funkhonser ... 

j Fayette 

I Fredrick 

Fithian 

Glenooe 

Grove City 

Garden Prairie. 

Gilraore 

Gilnian 

Gilson 

Gilbert 

Glenwood 

Grand- de- tour. . 

Hartford 

Hyde Park 

Homer 

Hannon 

Harmon 

Hunts ville 

Hooperstown.... 

Hawthorn 

Harlem 

Homewood 



County. 



Marion. 

Marion. 

Rock Island. 

Rock Island. 

Rock Island. 

Stephenson 

"Wobdford. 

Woodford. 

Mc Henry. 

Me Henry. 

McHeury. 

Morgan. 

Morgan. 

Ogle. 

Ogle. 

Cook. 

Clark. 

Clark. 

DeWitt 

Schuyler. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Lake. 

Ogle. 

Cook. 

Christian. 

Eflingbam. 

Effingham. 

Lee. 

Lee. 

Vermilion. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Stephenson. 

Effingham. 

Effingham. 

Greene. 

Schuyler. 

Vemiilion, 

Cook. 

Christian. 

Boone. 

Effingham. 

Iroquois. 

Knox. 

YermiUon. 

Cook. 

Ogle. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Greene. 

Knox. 

Lee. 

Schuyler. 

Vemiilion. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Cook. 



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44 



Tatona — Oontiuaed. 



Name. 




New Liberty 

Newark 

North Utica 

New Rutland 

Noble 

Naples 

New Athens 

New Berlin , 

NewMilford 

Nokorois 

New Windsor 

New Boston 

Niantlo 

Newburg 

North Evanston . . 

Newport 

Nilwood 

New Canton 

New Salem 

Ofcden 

Oakland 

Oqunwka 

Ottenrllle 

Oswego 

Odell 

Odin 

Okowville 

Owen , 

Oakley 

Oconee , 

Orangeville 

Park Ridge 

Plymonth 

Palmer , 

Pavson 

Princeton 

Providence , 

Philo 

Prairie City 

Palestine 

Piper City 

Piano 

Patoka 

Petersbnrs 

Princeville 

Prairie Dii Rocher 

Parkersburg 

Pleasant Plains.... 

Prophetstown 

Peione 

Plainfield 

Phillipstown 

Pecatonica 

Palatine 

Park Ridge 

Fittsfleld. 

Perry 

Pleasant Hill 

Band 

Riverside 

Ravenswood , 

Ripley 

Roadiionse 

Rome 

Rantoul 

Rose Clare 

Robinson 

RusselviUe 

Red Bad 

Rockwood 

Rochester 

RoshviUe 

Rossville 

Rock Falls 

Richmond 

Rockton , 

Raymond 

Rock City 

Riley 

Richmond 



Jasper. 

Kendall. 

LaSalle. 

LaSalle. 

Richland. 

Scott 

StCUir. 

Sangamon. 

Winnebago. 

Montgomery. 

Mercer. 

Mercer. 

Maoon. 

Macon. 

Cook. 

Lake. 

Macoupin. 

Pike. 

Pike. 

Champaign. 

Coles. 

Henderson. 

Jersey. 

Kendall. 

Livingston. 

Marion. 

Washington. 

WinneMgo. 

Macon. 

Shelby. 

Stephenson. 

Cook. 

Hancock. 

Christian. 

Adams. 

Bureaa. 

Bureau. 

Champaign. 

Cumberland. 

Crawford. 

Ford 

Kendall. 

Marion. 

Menard. 

Peoria 

Randolph. 

Richland. 

Sangamon. 

Whiteside. 

Will. 

Will. 

White. 

Winnebago. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Pike. 

Pike. 

Pike. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Brown. 

Oreene. 

Jefferson. 

Champaign. 

Hardin 

Crawford. 

Lawrence. 

Randolph. 

Randolph. 

Sangamon. 

Schuyler. 

Vermilion. 

Whiteside. 

Washington. 

Winnebago. 

Montgomery. 

Stephenson. 

MoHenry. 

McHenry. 



Name. 



Savanna 

Shannon 

Snmmit 

Sheffield 

Spring Garden. 

Santa Fe 

Sadorus 

Sidney 

Spnth Homer . . 

Somonauk 

St Elmo 

St. Marie 

St. Augustine . 

St. Anne 

Streator 

Sheridan 

Sumner 

St. Francisville 

Sciota 

Stanford 

Reybrook 

Sandoval 

Salem ^ 

Sumroerfield... 

Seward 

WRel 

Secor 

Spring Bay 

Shields 

Soottville 

Sbipman 

Stauntbn 

Sparland 

Seneca 

South Pass — 

Taylorville 

Thebes 

Tiskilwa 

Tolono. 

Thompson 

Trenton 

Tentopolis 

Tonioa 

Troy 

Tennessee 

Towanda 

Tallula 

Tamarora 

Toulon 

Tremont 

Tower Hill 

Time 

Ursa. 

Unity 

Upper Alton. .. 

Vermont 

Versailles 

Van Orin , 

Vermilion 

Vienna 

Victoria 

Viola 

Vernon 

Virden 

Webster 

White HaU.... 
Wilmington . . . 

WoodviUe 

Walnut 

Wyanet 

Westfleld 

Wapella 

West Sandford 

Wheston 

West Salem 

WoodhuLl 

Warren 

Wataga 

Waterloo 



Covmty. 



Carroll. 

Carroll. 

Cook 

Barean. 

Jefferson. 

Alexander. 

Champi^gE. 

Champaign. 

Chi&mpaiA. 

Dekalb. 

Fayette. 

Jasper. 

Knox. 

Kankakee. 

LaSalle. 

LaSaUe 

Lawrence. 

Lavrrenoe. 

McDenoogh. 

McLiean. 

McL.eaa. 

Marion. 

Mari«m. 

St. Clair. 

Winnebago. 

Shelby 

Woodford. 

Woodford. 

Lake. 

Maooupin. 

Macoupin. 

Maooapin. 

MarahaU. 

McHeniy. 

Union 

Christian. 

Alexander. 

Bureau 

Champaign. 

Carroll. 

Clinton. 

Effingham. 

LaSalle. 

Madison. 

MoDoiioni^. 

McLean. 

Menard. 

Perry. 

Stark 

TaseweQ. 

Shelby. 

Pike 

Adams. 

Alexander. 

Madison. 

Fulton. 

Brown. 

Bureau. 

Edgar. 

Johuaon. 

Knox. 

Mercer. 

Lake. 

Maooupin. 

Hancock. 

Greene 

Greene. 

Adams. 

Bureau. 

Bureaa. 

Clark. 

DeWitt 

Edgar. 

DttPsge. 

Edwards. 

Henry. 

Jo Davieai. 

Knox. 

Monroe. 



45 



[381] 



^ame. 



TouTM — ^Oontinned. 




County. 



Soott. 

St. ClAlr. 

Sangamon. 

Stark. 

Tasewell. 

Montgomery. 

Macon. 

Macon. 

Macon. 



Name. 



Wankegan 

Warren 

Waaconda 

Woodbnm 

Wenona , 

Wareriy 

Xenia , 

York 

Young America 



County. 



Lake. 

Lake. 

Lake. 

Maeonpln. 

ManhaiL 

Morgan. 

Clay. 

Chirk. 

Warren. 



VILLAGES. 



Namei 




jntin^iUe 

■hknm 

thenarville 

lU>nra 

Momptioii 

•eota 

itoca 

lUiens 

■stiuQ . .......... 

MelasiA 

ypatona.. 

lezander 

Madia 

lAeline 

Ivrington 

faie Island....... 

taman 

lackbeiry 

JMkley .: 

^hlehem 

neeville 

IndriUe 

becher City 

tatley 

Ittmington 

U<iji;epoTt 

IHetol 

kfaiolCity 

Hnxhamton 

Qaeketone 

hrdolph 

nandinsrille 

Brooklyn 

Mrmingham 

in>iming....| 

Huff City 

)ook8TUle 

Aebanse 

Jifton 

i^mpbrilsbnrg . . . 

ClarfcaTille 

Colambiana , 

Settle Fin 

darksrille 

Caledonia Centre. 
Capron ........... 

uoinpton. ........ . 

CoroeU 

Champlain Station 
Coahnlle Station.. 

Cayaga 

CoIUna 

Cahokia Tillage... 

Camden 

Cirde 

Cornell 

Calamet 

Caceooria 

Cantteld 

Carterville 



Cook. 

Iroquoia. 

Greene. 

Clark. 

Christian. 

Livingston. 

Livingston. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Rock Island. 

Morgan. 

Morgan. 

Morgan. 

Ogle. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Kane. 

Iroquois. 

Effingham. 

Gmndy. 

Chamnaign. 

Ettlncnam. 

Ford. 

Knox. 

Knox. 

KendaU. 

KendalL 

Lee. 

Livingston. 

McIMnoagh. 

McDonongh. 

Schuyler. 

Schuyler. 

Schuyler. 

Schnyler. 

Cook. 

Iroquois. 

Iroquois. 

Chrlstinn. 

Christian. 

Greene. 

Clark. 

Clark. 

Boone. 

Boone. 

Lee. 

Livingston. 

Livingston. 

Livingston. 

Livingston. 

Livingston. 

St. Clair. 

Schnyler. 

Coek. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Marion. 



CraneevOle 
Crab Orchard. 
Coal Valley. 

Cordova 

Carbon Cliff. 

Cederville 

Cassenovia 

Cruger. 

Chemung 

Coral 

Crystal Lake... 

Chapin 

Concord 

Carthage 

Ghana 

Daltoii Station.. 

Dai-ien 

Dennison 

DeWltt 

Doddsville 

Desplains 

Dalton 

Dunton 

Deerfield 

Daysville 

Evanston 

Edinburg 

KUiotstown 

Ewington 

Eldena 

East Paw Paw.. 

East Lynne 

Euglewood 

East Wheeling. 

Elroy 

Freemanton...., 
Funkhonser ... 

Fayette 

Fredrick 

Flthian 

Glencoe 

Grove City 

Garden Prairie. 

Gihnore 

Oilman 

Gilson 

Gilbert. 

Glen wood 

G rand- de- tour. . 

Hai-tford 

Hyde Park 

Homer 

Harmon 

Harmon 

H lints villo 

Hooperstown. . . . 

Hawthorn 

Harlem 

Homewood 



County. 



Marion. 

Marion. 

Rock Island. 

Rock Island. 

Rock Island. 

Stephenson 

Woodford. 

Woodford. 

McHenry. 

MoHenry. 

McHenry. 

Morgan. 

Morgan. 

Ogle. 

Ogle. 

Cook. 

Clark. 

Clark. 

DeWitt 

Scthuyler. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Lake. 

Ogle. 

Cook. 

Christian. 

EfHngham. 

Effingham. 

Lee. 

uoe. 

Vermilion. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Stephenson. 

Effingham. 

Effingham. 

Greene. 

Schuyler. 

Vermilion. 

Cook. 

Christian. 

Boone. 

Effingham. 

Iroquois. 

Knox. 

Vermilion. 

Cook. 

O^le. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Greene. 

Knox. 

Lee. 

Schuyler. 

Vermilion. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Cook. 



[382] 



46 



Vill€Lge» — Continued. 



Name. 



Hnrnpton 

HillAdale 

Havana * 

Hnntlev Grove 

Irving Ptu'k. 

lllinoUCity 

JefftTHOii 

JeftVi-Hon ville 

Jordan vlUe 

Kenuey 

Kenwood 

Kappa. 

Lewont 

LanHlug 

Loda r 

Lndlow 

LivinKaton 

Lisbon 

Lee Centre 

Littleton 

Lyons 

Lemont 

Lakeside 

Lansing Station 

Lorau 

I^a Forx 

Literbury 

L>nnvitle 

Li^^htiville 

Mattfwm 

Jd on tgtimery 

Mllfotd 

Moutitme 

Millvlile. 

McKeon 

Melrose 

Hazon 

MU Carbon 

Morisonvitle 

Ht. Auburn 

Idilroy 

Milliiigton 

Malu<;in8 Grove... 

McDowell 

Monlton 

Maple Wood 

Maywood. 

Mt. Pleasant 

Morgan City 

Maringo 

McUeurv 

New Liberty 

New London 

New Richmond — 

Nelson. 

Nachuso. 

Nevada 

Norwood Park 

New Pennsylvania 

Nunda 

NeelyviUe 

Owanaoo 

0;!den 

Ocoya 

Oceola 

Oak Park 

Oakland 

OntM^o 

Palatine 

Plainville. 

Pesotume 

Poplar Grove 

Pralrleville 

PraitieCity 

Pin kney ville 

Pleasant View 

Pocahontas 




ftock Island. 

Rook Island. 

Mc Henry. 

McHenry. 

Cook 

Rock Island. 

Cook. 

Marion. 

Moi^:an. 

Dewitt. 

Cook. 

Woodford. 

Cook. 

Cook. 

Iroqnoia.