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AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. ture passed a bill on February 4, 1895,

The total acreage yield and value or prohibiting the display of any foreign principal farm products of the United flag in that State, except over the buildStates for 1894 were as follows:

ings occupied by the several consuls. Acres. | Bushels. Value. Wheat.|34,882, 486 460,267,416 $225,902,025

RAILROAD STATISTICS. Corn... 62,582,269 1,212, 770,052) 554, 719,162 27,023,553 662,086,928 214,816,920 State or

Mileage on June 30, 1394. Rye.. 1,944,780 26,727,615 13,394,476 Territory.

UnBarley. [ 3,170, 602 61, 400, 4651 27, 134, 127

Official

Total

official. B'wh't. 789,232 12,668, 200) 7,040,238 Tob'c'o 523,103 406, 678,385

Alabama 27,760,739

3,689.11 19.50] 3,708.61 Potat's 2,737,9731 170,787,338 91,526,787

Arkansas

2,385.31 81.68 2,466.99 Hay ..148,321,272 a54,874, 408 468,578,321

California

4,748.92 112.48 4,861.40 Colorado 4,529.83

4,529.83 * Pounds. a Tons.

Connecticut 1,013.22

1,013.22 Comparing the above figures with those

Delaware
317.77

317.77 of 1893, the farmers received $129,616,478

Florida

2,770.57 156.00 2,926.57

Georgia less for their 1894 product, or more than

4,987.66 114.50 5,102.16 7 per cent less than what they received for

Idaho
1,087.93

1,087.93

Illinois that of 1893. The average farm prices of

10,429.58 31.00 10,460.58

Indiana 1894 compared with those of 1893 were:

6,213.48 112.68 6,326.16

Iowa Corn, 45.7 cents, against 36.5; wheat, 49.1

8,477.54

8,477.54

Kansas against 53.8; rye, 50.1, against 51.3; oats,

8,841.21

8,841.21 32.4, against 29.4; barley, 44.2, against

Kentucky 2,971.30 49.50 3,020.80

Louisiana 41.1; buckwheat, 55.6, against 58.3; pota

1,870.61 179.90 2,050.51 Maine

1,508.99 1.14 toes, bushel, 53.6, against 59; hay, ton,

1,510.13 $8 54, against $8 68; cotton, pound, 4.6,

Maryland 1,208.42 82.75 1,291.17 against 6.99; tobacco, 6.8, against 8.1.

Massac'setts 2,093.21 25.28 2,118.49

Michigan 7,458.68 174.55 7,633.23 The wheat crop of the world for 1893 and Minnesota 6,009.07

6,009.07 1894 was, in bushels, as follows:

Mississippi 2,472.26

2,478.26 1893.

1894.
Missouri

6,463.01 36.00 6.499.01 Montana

2,735.26 North America..

2,735.26 5,540.05)

5,540.05 South America..

Nevada

832.07 93.30 925.37 Europe 1,469,526,000 1,538, 216,000

N. Hampshire 1,171.47 19.53 1,191.00 Asia 355,016,000 341,959,000

New Jersey

2, 138.22

17.00 2,155.22 Africa 31,891,000 47,098,000 New-York

8,002.49 69.35 8,071.84 Australasia

42,458,000 43,360,000 N. Carolina.. 3,390.63 41.81 3,432.44 Number and value of live stock on farms, N. Dakota... 2,516.00

2,516.00 January, 1895:

Ohio
8,546.73

8,546.73
Oregon
Value.

1,528.78

1,528.78 | Number.

Pennsylvania 9,562.84 31.55 9,594.39 Horses 15,893,318|$676,730,580 Rhode Island 226.06

226.06 Mules

2,333, 108 110,927,834 S. Carolina.. 2,567.21 17.25 2,584.46 Milch cows

16,504,629 362, 601,729 s. Dakota... 2,785.19 14.08 2,799.27 Oxen & other cattle 34,364, 216 482, 999, 129 Tennessee 2,842.97 221.60 3,064.57 Sheep 42,294,064 66,685,767 Texas

9,123.71 140.63 9,264.34 Swine 44,165,716 219,501,267 Vermont

980.70 7.11 987.81 Virginia 3,564.46

3,564.46 Washington 2,643.60 167.32 2,810.92 AMERICAN FLAG.

W. Virginia. 1,901.77 34.00 1,935.77 The official National ensign contains

Wisconsin 6,022.95

6,022.95 44 stars-four rows of seven stars each,

Wyoming 1,159.78

1,159.78

Alaska
and two rows (the upper and lower) of
eight stars each. On July 4, 1896, an-

Arizona
1,126.00

1,126.00 28.35

28.35 other star will be added to the right of Dist. of Col.. the fourth row from the top to repre

Indian Ter.. 1,010.63

1,010.63 sent the State of Utah. The official flags

New Mexico 1,375.34 39.20 1,414.54
Oklahoma ...
382.39

382.39 are of five sizes, as follows: 36 feet long by 19 feet wide; 27.2 feet long. 14 1-3

Utah
1,349.28)

1,358.53 feet wide; 23.1 feet long, 12 1-5 feet wide; Total .....176,602.61|2,105.94|178,708.55 16.9 feet long, 8.9 feet wide; 9% feet long, The above figures show an increase in 5.1 feet wide. June 14, the anniversary

construction over the year 1893, of 2,247.48 of the

adoption of the "Stars and miles, against an increase in 1893 of 4,897 Stripes," is celebrated as Flag Day in miles. The total number of corporations very many of the States, especially by on June 30, 1894, was 1,924, an increase the children of the public schools. The of 34 over the number in 1893; locomotives, first suggestion for such celebration was 35, 492, an increase of 704; cars-passenmade by the Westchester County (N. Y.) ger, 32,911; freight, 1,201,273; company's Association of the Grand Army of the service, 39,762. The total number of emRepublic.

ployes' was 779,608, against 873,602 in The New-York Legislature passed a bill, 1893, a result of business depression and which was approved by Governor Morton, of the consequent economy on the part of February 22, 1895, prohibiting the dis the railways. The total railway capital on play of foreign flags on any public build June 30, 1894, was $10,796,473,813, a deing in the State. The Colorado Legisla crease per mile of line of $470.

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MINERAL PRODUCTION OF THE UNITED STATES. Compiled by Richard P. Rothwell, editor of "The Engineering and Mining Journal.")

Customary measure. Value.
Non-Metallic.

1893.
1894,

1894. brasivesCorundum and emery.

Short tons..

1,747) 1,220 $109,500 Garnet...

Short tons..
1,5201 1,000

35,000 Grindstones.

Short tons..

45,340 37,400 335,800 Tripoli and infus. earth.

Short tons.

1,351 1,802 36,687 Whetstones.

Short tons..

1,9031

1, 7351 84,450 lum...

Short tons.

96,000 72,000 2,160,000 Antimony ore..

Short tons...

850
165

9,075 Asbestos and Talc, Asbestos.

Short tons...

120

250 3,750 Fibrous talc.

Short tons..

36,500
39,600

396,000 Talc and soapstone.

Short tons..

20,100 21,044 401,892 Asphalt..

Short tons.

3,490

4,198 75,654 Bituminous rock.

Short tons..

31, 404 34,199 148, 120 Barytes.

Short tons.

26,632 23,758 95,032 Bauxite.

Long tons.

19, 041 10,732 42,928 Borax.

Pounds

9,199,000 13,140,589 919, 841 Bromine.

Pounds

348, 399 379,444 98,655 Cement, natural hydraulic.

Bbls., 300 m. 7,445,950 7,895, 259 4,397,407 Cement, Portland.

Bbls., 300 I.. 673,089 738, 196 1,080,644 Clay, refractory

Short tons.

3, 214,989 3,375, 738 4,050, 885 Clay, kaolin..

Short tons.
30,183 24,552

185,169 Coal, anthracite.

Short tons. 47,355,387] 52,010, 433' 80,879, 404 Coal, bituminous.

Short tons. a 128,826, 364 (a117,950,348 103,842, 467 Ccke..

Short tons.. 8,939, 961 8,495, 295 12,654,558 Cobalt oxide.

Pounds

3,894

6,5501 8,843 Copperas.

Short tons.

17,862 14,897 104,100 Copper sulphate.

Pounds

54,000,000 e60,000,000 2,016,000 Chrome ore.

Long tons.

1,629

2,653 35, 125 Feldspar.

Long tons..

17,000 23,280 116,400 Fluorspar.

Short tons..

9,700 9.000 64,000 Graphite

Pounds

882, 912 770,846 34,689 Gypsum.

Short tons,

330, 231 287,517 849,925 Lime.

Bbls., 200 lb. e60,000,000 e56,750,000 28,375,000 Magnesite.

Short tons..
1,143) 1,370

4,864 Manganese ore.

Long tons.

9, 1501 11,735 74,890 Mica, ground.

Pounds

679,000 829,500 35,957 Mica, sheet..

Pounds

6,500
9,900

11,103 Monazite..

Pounds

130,000 750,000 45,000 Natural gas..

11,000,000 Paints, mineral.

Short tons.

44,709

38,801 662, 262 Paints, white lead.

Short tons.

88,500

.242 8,445, 174 Paints, zinc oxide.

Short tons.

25,000 22,814 1,711,275 Petroleum (crude).

Bbls., 42 gals. 50,340, 228 48,527,336 40,762,962 Phosphate rock.

Long tons...

981,340 952, 155 2,856, 465 Marls.

Long tons.

200,000 225,000 607,500 Precious stones.

250,000 Pyrites..

Long tons.

95,000 107,462 466,466 Salt, evaporated.

Bbls., 280 I. 9,703, 419 9,161,053 4,608, 275 Salt, rock.

Bbls., 280 ID. 1,935, 642 2,341,922 788,681 Silica, sand and quartz.

Long tons...

300,000 315,531 347.951 Slate, roofing.

Squares

803,887 693,944 2,551,959 Slate, other manufactures.

Square feet. 4,138,920 5,099, 791 499,578 Stone, limestone (flux).

Long tons.. 3,750,000 3,544,393 2,126,636 Stone, marble....

Cubic feet..

5,639,681 5,681, 766 2,177,280 Stone, onyx..

Cubic feet.

2,175

1,450 29,000 Other building stones.

e30,000,000 Metals. Aluminum...

Pounds

a312,000 817,600 490,560 Antimony

Short tons.

350

220 39,200 Copper.

Pounds

327,255,788 353,504,314 33,540,489 Gold.

ounces. 1,739,323 1,923, 619 39, 761.205 Iron, pig.

Long tons.. 7,043,384 6,657,388 71,986,384 Lead, value at New-York.

Short tons.

166,678 160,867 10,585,048 Quicksilver..

Flasks, 76% I. 30,164 30,440 1,095,840 Silver, commercial value.

Troy ounces., 60,500,000 49,846,875 31, 403,531 Zinc spelter..

Short tons..

76,255 74,000 5, 209, 882 Est. products unspecified.

5,500,000 Grand total.......

J$553,372,902 a Including brown coal, lignite and anthracite mined elsewhere than in Pennsylvania. e Estimated. *Kilograms.

STATISTICS OF THE CIVIL WAR.
Men called for by President,

Aggre

gate States and Territories

Paid
Men

Sailors Number
Quota.

White Color'd
furnish'a

com'u.
Troops. Troops M'rin's Deaths.

and of

tation. Alabama

2,576
2,576

345 Arkansas

780 8,289
8, 289

1,713 California

16,725
15,725

573 Colorado

4,903
4,903

323 Connecticut

44,797 55,864 1,515 51,937 1,764 2,1631 5,354 Dakota

206
206

6 Delaware 13,935 12,284 1,386 11,236 954

94

882 District of Columbia.

13,973 16,534 338 11,912 3,269 1,353 290 Florida

1,290
1,290

215 Illinois

244,496 259,092 55 255,057 1,811 2,224 34,834 Indiana

199, 788 196, 363 784 193,748 1,537 1,078 26,672 Iowa 79,521 76,242 67 75,797 440

5 13, 001 Kansas

12,931 20,149
2 18,069 2,080

2,630 Kentucky

100,782 75,760 3,265

51, 743 23,703 314 10,774 Louisiana

5,224
5,224

945 Maine ..

73,587 70, 107 2,007

64,973 104 5,030 9,398 Maryland

70,965 46,638 3,678 33,995 8,718 3,925 2,982 Massachusetts

139, 095 146,730 5,318 122, 781 3,966 19,983 13,942 Michigan

95,007 87,364 2,008 85,479 1,387 438 14,753 Minnesota 26,326 24,020 1,032 23,913

104

3 2,584 Mississippi

545
545

78 Missouri

122,496 109, 111

100,616 8,344 151 13,885 Nebraska

3,157
3,157

239 Nevada

1,080
1,080

33 New Hampshire

35,897 33,937 692 32,930 125 882 4,882 New-Jersey

92,820 76,814 4,196 67,500 1,185 8,129 5,754 New Mexico

6,561
6,561

360 New-York

507,148 448,850 18,197 409,561 4,125 35,164 46,534 North Carolina

1,560 3, 156
3,156

360 Ohio

306, 322 313,180 6,479 304,814 5,092 3,274 35,475 Oregon

1,810
1,810

43 Pennsylvania

385,369 337,936 28,171 315,017 8,612 14,307 33,183 Rhode Island 18,898 23,236 463 19,521 1,837 1,878

1,321 Tennessee

1,560 31,092
31,092

6,777 Texas

1,965
1,965

141 Vermont 32,074 33,288 1,974 32,549 120

6191

5,224 Virginia

42 Washington

964
964

22 West Virginia.

34,463 32,068
31,872 196

4,017 Wisconsin

109,080 91,327 5,097 91,029 165 133) 12,301 Indian Nations

3,530

1,018 Colored troops.

99,337

|a99,337

b36,847 Totals

.12,763,67012,778,304 86,624 2,494,592|178,975|101,207|c350,686 a Not credited upon the quotas of any State, but organized under the direct authority of the General Government, and recruited as follows: Alabama, 4,969; Arkansas, 5,626; Colorado, 95; Florida 1,044; Georgia, 3,486; Louisiana, 24,052; Mississippi, 17,869; North Carolina, 5,035; South Carolina, 5,462 Tennessee, 20, 133; Texas, 47; Virginia, 5,723.

b Includes losses in all colored organizations, excepting three regiments from Massachusetts.

c The total casualties were 359,528, those occurring in other organizations not specified above being (the figures in parenthesis are the total number of officers and men in each) as follows: Veteran Reserve Corps (60,508), 1,672; Hancock's Corps, or U. S. Veteran Vols. (10,883), 106; Regular Army (67,000), 5.798; U. S. Volunteer Engineers and Sharpshooters, 552; V. S. Volunteer Infantry, 243; general and staff officers of volunteers, 239; miscellaneous (brigade bands, etc., about 11,000), 232 The number of U. s. troops captured during the war was 212,608; paroled on the field, 16,431. The casualties in the Confederate service were: Died of wounds or disease, 133,821; deserted, 104,428; captured, 476,169; paroled on the field, 248,599; died while prisoners, 26,674.

CAUSES OF DEATH IN U. S. ARMY.

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CENSUS OF 1890.
POPULATION, SEX, NATIVITY AND RACE.
Sex.
Nativity.

Race.
States and

Native

Native-
Territories.

Foreign-
Male. Female.

Foreign-
born. born.

born born Colored.

Whites. Whites. Alabama

757,456 755,561 1,498,2401 14,777 819, 114 14,604 679,299 Arizona

36,571 23,049 40,825 18,795 38, 117 17,463 4,040 Arkansas

585, 755 542,424 | 1,113,915 14,264 804,658 14,094 309, 427 California

700,059 508,071 841,821 366,309 818,119 203,553 96.458 Colorado

245, 247 166,951 328,208 83,990 321,962 82,506 TT30 Connecticut

369,538 376, 720 562,657 183,601 550,283 183, 155 12,820 Delaware

85,573 82,920 155,332 13,161 126,9701 13,096 28,427 Dist. of Col.. 109,584 120,808 211, 622 18,770 136,178 18,517 75,697 Florida

201,947 189,475 368,490 22,932 206,771 18,178 166, Georgia

919,125 917,428 | 1,825,216 12,137 966, 465 11,892 858,996 Idaho

51,290 33,095 66,929 17,456 66,554 15,464 2,367 Illinois

1,972,308 1,854,043 2,984,004 842,347 2,927,497 840,975 57,879 Indiana

1,118,347 1,074,057 2,046,199 146,205/ 2,000,733 146,003 45,668 Iowa

994,453 917,443 1,587,827 324,069) 1,577,154 323,932 10,810 Kansas

752,112 674,984 1,279,258 147,838/ 1,228,923 147,630 50,543 Kentucky

942,758 915,877 1,799,279 59,356| 1,531,222 59,240 268,173 Louisiana

559.350 559,237 | 1,068,840 49,747 509,555 48,840 560, 192 Maine

332,590 328,496 582,125 78,961 580,568 78,695 1,823 Maryland

515,691 526,699 948,094 94, 296 732,706 93,787 215,897 Massachusetts. 1,087,709 1,151,234 | 1,581,806 657,137 1,561,870 653,503 23,570 Michigan

1,091,780 1,002, 109 1,550,009 543,880 1,531,283 541, 601 21,005 Minnesota

695,321 606,505 834,470 467,356 829,102 467,057 5,667 Mississippi

649,687 639,913 1,281,648 7,952 537,127 7.724 744,749 Missouri

1,385,238 1,293,946 2,444,315 234,869 2,294,176 234.282 150, 728 Montana

87,882 44,277 89,063 43,096 86,941 40,330 4,888 Nebraska

572,824 486,086 856,368 202,542 844,644 202, 244 12,022 Nevada

29,214 16,547 31,055 14,706 27,190 11,8946,677 N. Hampshire. 186,566 189,964 304,190 72,340 303,644 72,196 690 New Jersey

720,819 724,114 1,115,918 328,975 1,068,596 327,985 48.352 New Mexico

83,055 70,538 142,334 11,259 131,859 10,860 10,874 New-York 2,976,893 3,020,960 4,426,803 1,571,050 4,358,860 1,565, 692 73,901 North Carolina 799,149 818,798 1,614,245 3,702 1,051,720 3,662 562,565 North Dakota. 101,590 81,129 101,218 81,461 100,775 81,348 Ohio

1,855,736 1,816,580 3,213,023 459,293 3,126,252 458,553 87,511 Oklahoma

34,733 27,101 59,094 2,7401 56,117 2,709 3,009 Oregon

181,840 131,927 256,450 57,317 253,936 47,822 12,003 Pennsylvania 2,666,331 2,591,683 4,412,294 845, 720 4,304,668 843,589 109,757 Rhode Island.. 168,025 177,481 239,201 106,305 231,832 106,027 South Carolina 572,337 578,812 1,144,879 6,270 455,865 6.143 689,141 South Dakota. 180,250 148.558 237,753 91,055 236,447 90,843 1,519 Tennessee

891,585 875,933 1,747,489 20,029 1,316,738 19,899 430,881 Texas

1,172,553 1,062,970 2,082,567 152,956 1,594,466 151, 469 489,588 Utah

110,463 97,442 154,841 53,064 153,766 52,133 2,000 Vermont

169,327 163,095 288,334 44,088 287,394 44,024 1.00 Virginia

824, 278 831,702 1,637,606 18,374 1,001,933 18.189 635,858 Washington 217,562 131,828 259,385 90,005 254,319 86,194 8,877 West Virginia. 390, 285 372,509 743,911 18,883 711,225 18,852 32, 717 Wisconsin

874.951 811.929 1,167,681 519, 1991 1,161, 484 518,989 6,407 Wyoming

39,343 21,362 45,792 14,913 44,845 14,430 1.430 Totals... 132,067,880130,554,370 153,372,703 9,249,547145,862,023| 9,121,867| 7.638,360

In addition to the above, Alaska's population was 30,329; Indian Territory, 186,390; making a grand total of population of the United States, 62,838,969.

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NATIONAL CEMETERIES. Alexandria, Va.; Alexandria, La.; An Glendale, Va.; Grafton, W. Va., Hampdersonville, Ga.; Annapolis, Md.; An ton, Va., Jefferson City, Mo.; Keokuk, tietam, Ma.; Arlington, Va., Barrancas, Iowa; Knoxville, Tenn.; Lebanon, Ky; Fla.; Baton Rouge, La.; Battle Ground, Little Rock, Ark.; London Park, Md. D. C.; Beaufort, s. C.; Beverly, N. J.; Marietta, Ga.; Memphis, Tenn.; Mexico Brownsville, Texas; Camp Butler, Ill. City, Mexico; Mill Springs, Ky.; Mobile, Camp Nelson, Ky.; Cave Hill, Ky. Chal Ala; Mound City, Ill.; Nashville, Tenn.; mette, La.; Chattanooga, Tenn.; City Natchez, Miss.; New-Albany, Ind.; New Point, Va.; Cold Harbor, Va.; Corinth, bern, N. C.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Poplar Miss.; Culpepper, Va.; Custer Battlefield, Grove, Va.; Port Hudson, La.; Raleigh, Mont.; Cypress Hills, Brooklyn; Fayette N. C.; Richmond, Va.; Salisbury, N. 0.; ville, Ark.; Finn's Point, N. J.; Florence, San Antonio, Texas; San Francisco, Cal.: S. C.; Fort Donelson, Tein.; Fort Gib Santa Fe, N. M.; Seven Pines, Va.; Shi. son, I. T.; Fort Harrison, Va.; Fort loh, Tenn.; Soldiers' Home, D. C.; SpringLeavenworth, Kan.; Fort McPherson, field. Mo.; Staunton, Va., Stone's River, Neb.; Fort Scott, Kan.; Fort Smith, Ark.; Tenn.; Vicksburg, Miss.; Wilmington, Fredericksburg, Va.; Gettysburg. Pa.; C.; Winchester, Va.; Yorktown, Va.

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