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ORIGIN, SETTLEMENT AND POPULATION OF UNITED STATES AND

TERRITORIES.

1775 Virginia.

SetState or Territory. Popular name.

Territory from which derived.

tled. Alabama...... Cotton......... 1713 Dist. of Louisiana, Ga., Fla., Miss. Terr, Alaska Territory..

Bought from Russia. Arizona Territory..

1590

New-Mexico. Arkansas....

Bear.......

1685

Dist. of Louisiana, Miss., and Ark. Terr. California.

Golden....

1769

New-Albion, Upper California. Colorado

Centennial.

1540

Dist. of Louisiana and Mexican Cession, aConnecticut.. Nutmeg.

1633

North Virginia and New England. a Delaware....

Blue Hen.

1627

New-Netherlands. Dist. Columbia

1660 Maryland and Virginia. Florida.. Peninsular. 1565

Florida Territory. aGeorgia

Cracker...

1733

North Virginia and New-England. Idaho...

1842

Idaho Territory,
Illinois..
Sucker.......... 1720

Northwest and Illinois Territory.
Indian Territory.

1832

Louisiana. Indiana..

Hoosier.....

... 1730 Northwest and Indiana Territory. Iowa..... Hawkeye.. 1835

Dist. La., La. Ter., Mo., Mich., Wis. Ter.. Kansas.. Sunflower. 1850

Dist. Louisiana, and Kansas Territory. Kentucky

Bluegrass. Louisiana..

Pelican..

1699

Dist. Louisiana, Territory of New Orleans. I Maine.. Pine Tree.. 1630

New-England, Laconia, Massachusetts. a Maryland..

old Line..

1634 a Massachusetts. Bay. 1620 North Virginia and New England.

i Michigan..

Wolverine. 1670 Northwest, Indiana and Michigan Terr. Minnesota.

Gopher....

1819 Dist. of Louisiana, Minnesota Territory. Mississippi.

Bayou.....

1716

Dist. of Louisiana, Ga. and Miss. Terr. Missouri

1755 Dist. of Louisiana, Missouri Territory. Montana

Stubtoe..

1852 Montana Territory. Nebraska...

Black-water. 1850 Dist. of Louisiana, Nebraska Territory. Nevada..

Silver......

1850 Upper California. a New Hampshire.. Granite........... 1623 North Virginia, Laconia, New-England. a New Jersey

1627

New-Netherlands New Mexico Terr..

1582

Mexico. aNew-York.

Empire..

1623

North Virginia, New-Netherlands. aNorth Carolina.. old Nordh.

1585 Albemarle Colony. North Dakota.. Flickertail. 1859

Dakota Territory. Ohio

Buckeye.

izag Northwest Territory. Oklahoma Territory.

1889

Indian Territory. Oregon...

Beaver.....

isii Dist. of Louisiana, Oregon Territory. a Pennsylvania. Keystone.......

1648 a Rhode Island..

1636 No.Va., N.E., Aqujday, Prov., R. I. Plan. a South Carolina. Palmetto. 1562 Cartaret Colony. South Dakota.. Swingecat.

1859 Dakota Territory. Tennessee..

Volunteer. 1765 Kentucky Territory. Texas......

Lone Star......

1690 New-Philippines. Utah.

1847 Upper California. Vermont..

Green Mountain. 1763 New-Netherlands, New Hampshire Grants. a Virginia..

Old Dominion.... 1607 South Virginia. Washington.

Chingok..

1845 Washington Territory. West Virginia Little Mountain 1607 South Virginia, Virginia. Wisconsin.

Badger... 1745 Dist. Louisiana, Illinois Ter., Mich. Ter.. Wyoming.

(1867 Wyoming Territory.

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State or Territory. By whom settled. Date of admission or bPopulasion at| cPresent

Terr, organization. time of admon. population Alabama.. French............ Dec. 14, 1819..

127,901 1,513,017 Alaska Territory. July 27, 1868..

38,000 Arizona Territory.... Spanish. Feb. 24, 1863..

59, 620 Arkansas..

French.
June 15, 1836........

52,240 1,128.179 California............ Spanish..

Sept. 9, 1850...

92,597| 1,208,130 Colorado

French.
Aug. 1, 1876.........

150,000 412 193 aConnecticut....... Em. from Mass. Jan. 9, 1788...

237,496 746,258 a Delaware.. Swedes and Finns.. Dec. 7, 1787..

59,096 168 493 Dist. Columbia.. English.. July, 1791...

330,392 Florida. Spanish.. Mar. 3, 1845.

58,680 391,432 aGeorgia.

English.
Jan. 2, 1788.

82,5181 1,837,353 Idaho..

Emigrants.
July 3, 1890.

84,229 84,885 Indian Territory.

French..........
Dec. 3, 1818..

34,620 3,826,351
Illinois..
Spanish............
June 30, 1834..

345.000 Indiana. French.. Dee, 11, 1816..

63.805) 2,112,404 Iowa.............. Em. from N. E... Dec. 28, 1846.

81,920 1,911,896 Kansas........... Em. from Wess. St Jan. 29, 1861...

107,206) 1.427,096 Kentucky.. Em. from Va.... June 1, 1792.

73,0771 1.858.635

Watt perfects steam engine.. 1600 Lexington's battle

1600' Declaration of Independence, July 4. 1776

ORIGIN, SETTLEMENT AND POPULATION -Continued. Stato or Territory. By whom settled. Date of admission or bPopulation at, cPresent

Terr. organization. time of adm’n. population, Louisiana....... French

April 30, 1812.

76,556 1,118,587 Maine.. English. Mar. 15, 1820.

298,269 661,086 a Maryland.. English. April 28, 1788.

319,728 1,043, 880 aMassachusetts... English Puritans... Feb. e, 1788

878, 787 2,238,943 Michigan..

French..
Jan. 26, 1837

212,267 2,093,889 Minnesota. Em. from N. E.. May 11, 1858.

172,023 1,301,826 Mississippi.

French..
Dec. 10, 1817..

75,512 1,289,600 Missouri.

trench..
Aug. 10, 1821..

60,586 2,679, 184 Montana.. Em. from South.. Nov. 8, 1889..

131, 769 132, 159 Nebraska.. Emigrants.. Mar. 1, 1867...

60,000 1,058.910 Nevada.. Em. from Cal....... Oct. 31, 1864.

40,000 45,761 aNew Hampshire... English.... June 21, 1788.

141,885 376,530 aNew Jersey Dutch and Danes... Dec. 18, 1787.

184,139 1,444,953 New Mexico Terr.... Spanish. Sept. 9, 1850..

153,693 aNew-York.. Dutch.. July 26, 1788.

340,120 5,997,853 aNorth Carolina.. English..

Noy. 21, 1789.

393,751 1,617,947 North Dakota... .....Em. from Mid. St.. Nov. 2, 1889..

182,425 182,719 Ohio.... Em. from N. E.. Nov. 29, 1802.

41,915 3,672,816 Oklahoma Territory.. Emigrants.. April 22, 1889.

61,834 Oregon... Em. from N. Y... Feb. 14, 1859.

52,465 313,767 a Pennsylvania... Swedes..

Dec. 12, 1787.

434,373 5,258,014 Rhode Island. English..

May 29, 1790.

68,825 345,506 aSouth Carolina... French..

May 23, 1788.

249,033 1,151, 149 South Dakota... Em. from Mid. St. Nov. 2, 1889..

327,848 328,808 Tennessee. Em. from N. C.. June 1, 1796.

77,202 1,767,518 Texas. Spanish... Dec. 29, 1845.

212,592 2,235,523 Utah.

Spanish
Sept. 9. 1850.

207,905 Vermont. Em. from Mass... Mar. 4, 1791..

85,339 332,422 a Virginia.. English..... June 25, 1788.

747,610 1,655,980 Washington. Em. from Cal..... Nov. 11, 1889.

349, 390 West Virginia English...

June 19, 1863.

442,014 762,794 Wisconsin..

French.
May 29, 1848..

805,391 1,680,880 Wyoming.. Em. from Mid. St.. July 10, 1890..

60,589 60, 705 (a) The thirteen original States. (b) According to nearest census. (C) Census of 1890.

HISTORICAL INCIDENTS.
B. C.

A. D. Creation 4004 England-Scotland union....

1603 The flood 2349 Barbadoes settled

1605 Fall of Troy..... 1183 Gunpowder plot, Nov. 5.

1605 Great Pyramid, Era of..

1082 Jamestown, Va., settled. Solomon's Temple completed. 1004 Shakespeare's death

1616 Foundation of Rome. 753 Mayflower Pilgrims land..

1620 Jerusalem taken by Nebuchadnezzar 588 Nova Scotia settled by Scotch.... 1622 Caesar's invasion of Britain. 55 Canada ceded to France.

1632 A. D. Maryland settled by Catholics. 1634 Rome on fire six days.....

64 Rhode Island

settled by Roger Jerusalem destroyed by Titus. 70 Williams

1636 Vesuvius's ashes cover Pompeii.

79 Charles I beheaded, Jan. 30. 1649 Constantine becomes a Christian. 313 Restoration of the Stuarts.

1660 Coal first used for fuel, England.. 732 Bombay ceded to England. King of England, first.

827 New-York conquered from Dutch... 1664 Knights Templar Order founded.. 1118 London's great plague..... Magna Charta signed.. 1215 London's great fire.

1666 Locust plague in Europe.

1337 Hudson's Bay Co. founded. Cressy. battle of..

1346 Habeas Corpus act passed, England. 1679 Joan of Arc burned.

1431 Pennsylvania settled by Quakers.... 1682 Wars of the Roses began. 1455 James II abdicated..

1688 Bible printed at Mentz... 1462 Battle of the Boyne.

1690 Printing press set up by Caxton.... 1471 America's first newspaper.

1690 Columbus discovers America. 1492 Prussia made a kingdom

1701 Newfoundland discovered 1500 Gibraltar taken by English

1704 Bermuda Islands discovered. 1522 Plano invented by Christofall.

1711 Bible printed in English. 1535 Peace of Utrecht..

1713 Pizarro founds Arequipa, Peru.. 1539 House of Hanover accession.

1714 Archbishop Cranmer burned. 1556 South Sea Bubble.

1720 Calais taken from English. 1558 Behring Straits discovered

1728 Queen Elizabeth's accession. 1558 Black Hole of Calcutta.

1756 St. Bartholomew massacre.

1752 1572 Franklin's electricity discovery. Virginia taken by Raleigh.

1759 Spanish Armada defeated

1773 Soap first made........

1775 East India Co. chartered.

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... 1664

. 1670

A. D. DEPTHS OF THE OCEAN. United States: First called, Sept. 9. 1776 U. S. Independence acknowledged... 1782

The greatest known depths of the differTreaty of Paris signed...

1783 ent oceans that have been reliably soundFrench Bastile destroyed.

1789

ed are the following, the data having been Washington: First President. .... 1789 obtained from the Bureau of Navigation, Louis XVI executed................ 1793 Navy Department, (Six feet equals & Battle of the Nile.......

..... 1798 fathom). Washington died

..... 1799 Ireland union with Great Britain... 1801 Treaty of Amiens..

1802 | Location of SoundFirst strike in America: Sailors.... 1803

ings. Apple parer invented by Contes.... 1803 Bonaparte made Emperor..

1804 Battle of Trafalgar..

....... 1805 Nelson's death

1808

N. Atlantic Ocean 19 39 N. 66 26 W. 4,561 Cape of Good Hope taken from Dutch 1806

S. Atlantic Ocean. 19 55 s. 24 50 W.13,2 Fulton's steamboat voyage.......... 1807

North Sea ........158 12 N. 9 30 E. 1812

Baltic Sea United States-England war..

58 37 N 18 30 E. London streets lighted by gas...... 1814

Mediterranean Sea 35 45 N. 21 46 E. 2. 405

Black Sea 1814

42 55 N. 33 18 E. 1, 431 Printing press invented.. Waterloo's battle, June 18.

1815

Caribbean Sea.... (19 ON.( 81 10 w. 3.42 Wooden shoe peg invented.

1818

Indian Ocean ....)11 22 s. 116 50 E. 3,393

N. Pacific Ocean. 44 55 N. 152 26 E. 4,655 Napoleon Bonaparte's death........ 1821

S. Pacific Ocean.. (24 37 S. 175 08 W.14,428 Lachine Canal commenced.......... 1821 "Monroe Doctrine" proclaimed.

54 30 N. 175 32 W.2,146 Behring Sea 1823

Sea of Japan. 38 30 N. 135 0W. 1.640 Lord Byron's death..

1824
China Sea

17 15 N. 118 50 E.2.350 Lafayette visited U. S........

1824
Sulu Sea

8 32 N. 121 55 E. 2,549 King George IV death......

1830
Celebes Sea

4 16 N. 124 02 E2,794 French Revolution

1830
Banda Sea

5 24 s.130 37 E. 2.799 Steel pens in general use....... 1832

Flores Sea.

7 43 s. 120 26 E. 2, 799 Lucifer matches invented.

1834

Arctic Ocean 78 05 N. 2 30 W.12,469 Texas gets her independence. 1836

Antarctic Ocean. . 162 26 S. 95 44 E.[1.975 Queen Victoria's accession, June 20. 1837 Canada's Rebellion

1837 Slavery abolished, Jamaica.

1838

In many respects the North Pacific Great Western arrives N. Y..

1838

Ocean resembles the North Atlantic. A Electric telegraph first constructed.. 1838

great warm current, much like the Gult Queen Victoria's marriage.

1840

Stream and of equal magnitude, called Unicorn (S.S.) arrived, Boston...... 1840

the Black Stream or Japan current, runs Hong Kong taken from China...... 1841

northward along the eastern shore of

Asia. Close to the east coast of Japan Prince of Wales born, Nov. 9....... 1841

it flows through a marine valley, which Sewing machine invented by Howe. 1846 Irish potato famine................

holds the deepest water in the world. It

1846 U. S. and Mexico war.............. 1846

was sounded at a depth of five and a Corn popper invented.......

quarter miles by the United States steam1847

er Tuscarora in 1875, while surveying Postage stamps first used in U. S... 1847 for a projected cable route between the French Republic formed...

1848 United States and Japan. The heavy New Mexico annexed to U. S. Aug.. 1848 Gold discovered, California.....

sounding-weight took more than an hour

1848 to sink to the bottom. But trial was First International Exhibition. 1851 made of a chasm yet more profound. Gold discovered in Australia....... 1851 where the lead did not fetch up at all. In Duke of Wellington died.

1852 November, 1895,

a depth of 29,400 feet was Bull Run battle, July 21.

1861 attained without touching the bed of the Prince Consort's death, Dec. 14.... 1861 ocean, in latitude 23 degrees 40 min. S.; Slavery abolished U. S...

1863 longitude 175 degrees 10 min. W. Free mail delivery, U. S., established, July 1....

1863 Lee's surrender, Appomattox..

1865 Lincoln, Pres, assassinated, April 14 1865

SEA WATER'S SATURATION. Postal money order system begun... 1865 German scientists, who claim to have Sadowa's battle

1866 made most careful computations, declare Fenian invasion of Canada..

1866

that if all the salt in the sea waters of Abyssinian war

1867 the globe was extracted, the amount Japan Tycoonate ends...

1868 would be greater than the land, so far as Capitulation at Sedan.

1870 the latter appears above the surface. The Rome again Italy's capital.

1870 statement is that the seas cover 73 per Irish Church disestablished.

1871 cent of the earth's surface, estimated at German Empire re-established.. 1871 9,260,000 (German) square miles. The perChicago's great fire, October.

1871 centage of chlornatrium in the sea is the Pres't Garfield assassinated, July 2. 1881 same at all depths. Assuming that the Afghan war ends.

1882 average depth of the sea is a half (GerCanadian Pacific R. R. completed. 1885 man) mile, there are then 3,400,000 cuble Grant, General, dies, July.

1885
miles

of sea water. A cubic mile Emperor William dies.. 1888 of sea water contains, on

the averMcKinley tariff in operation.

1890 age, about twenty-five kilograms of salt. Wilson Tariff bill a law..

1894 The 3,400,000 cubic miles of sea water Harlem Ship Canal opens.

1895 would therefore contain 85,000 cuble miles St. Petersburg founded.

1703 of distilled pure salt.

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MONETARY SYSTEMS AND APPROXIMATE STOCKS OF MONEY IN THE AGGREGATE AND PER CAPITA

IN THE PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD.

Ratio be-Ratio be-
tween tween

Stock of silver.

Per capita.
Monetary sys. gold and gold and Popula. Stock of

Uncovered
Countries.

tem.
full legal limited. tíon.

gold.

Full Limited tender sil-tonder sil.

paper,

Sil. Pa Totonder. tender.

tal.
ver.

ver.
United States... Gold and silver 1 to 16.98 1 to 14.95 68,900,000 $626,600,000 $549, 700,000 $75,600,000 $475,700,000 $9.09|$9.08 $6.90 $25.07
United Kingdom. Gold...

11 to 14.28 38,800,000 a560,000,000
France...........Gold and silver 1 to 1542 1 to 14.38 38,300,000 a825,000,000 g434,300,000 $57,900,000 688,500,000 21.54 12.85 2.31 36.70
Germany........
Gold.....

1 to 13.967 49,400,000) a625,000,000 a 106,000,000 ai 10,000,000 688,000,000 12.65 4.35 1.78 18.78
Belgium

Gold and silver 1 to 15% (1 to 14.38 6,200,000 a55,000,000 a48,000,000 a6,900,000 b51,200,000 8.87 8.85 8.26 25.98
Italy....

do.....

1 to 1542 1 to 14.38 30,500,000 b96,000,000 a10,000,000 C20,000,000 $167,600,000 3.15 0.98 5.50 9.63 Switzerland.....

do......

1 to 1542 1 to 14.38 2,900,000 a15,000,000 a10,000,000 a5,000,000 e16,600,000 5.17| 5.17| 5.72 16.06 Greece......

do.....

1 to 15% 1 to 14.38 2,200,000 a500,000 d1,000,000 d2,000,000 b42,000,000 0.23 1.36 19.09 20.68
Spain........

1 to 1517 1 to 14.38 17,500,000l 240,000,000 a 126,000,000 a 40,000,000 b107,100,000 2.29 9.481 6.12] 17.89
Portugal......
Gold.
. l1 to 14.08 4,700,000 b38,900,000

a 24,800,000 b55,500,000 8.271 5.28]11.81] 25.36
Rumania.......
Gold and silver

5.800,000 a15,000,000 a3,500,000 a5,000,000 613,300,0001 2.591 1.46 2.29 6.34 Servia...

2,200,000 b3,000,000 b1,900,000

e3,800,000 1.36 0.86 1.73 3.95
Austria-Hungary Gold...

1 to 13.69 43,200,000 a130,000,000 €81,000,000 c40,000,000 c146,300,000 3.00 2.81 3.38 9.19
Netherlands. .... Gold and silver 1 to 15% (1 to 15 4,700,000 b27,600,0001 653,400,000) b3,100,000 b33,900,000/ 5.87 12.02 7.64 25.53
Scandinavian Un.
Norway
Gold
J1 to 14.88 2,000,000 €7,300,000

b1,900,000 b3,900,000 3.65 0.95| 1.95| 6.551
Sweden......
1 to 14.88 4,800,000 66,500,000

b4,800,000 b4,700,000) 1.35 1.00- 0.98 3.33
Denmark.
1 to 14.88 2,200,000 b14,200,000

b5,400,000 b5, 400,000 6.46 2.45 2.45 11.36
Russia & Finland Silver
1 to 1542 )1 to 12.90 124,000,000 a 455,000,000

248,000,000 $530,000,000 3.67 0.38 4.27 8.32)
Turkey
Gold and silver 1 to 15% (1 to 15% 39,200,000 a50,000,000 a 30,000,000) c10,000,000

1.27 1.02

2.29 Australia........ Gold........ ....1 to 14.28 4,700,000 a 105,000,000

a7,000,000

22.34 1.491 23.83 i to 15.68 6,800,000 a120,000,000 Egypt...........

a15,000,000

17.65 2.20

19.85 Silver......... 1 to 1612 12,100,000 a5,000,000 a50,000,000

a2,000,000 0.41 4.13 0.17 4.71 Cent. Am. States.

1 to 15% 3,300,000 b500,000 58,000,000

64,000,0001 0.15 2.42 1.21 3.78 So. Am. States...

1 to 15% 36,000,0001 a 40,000,0001 a30,000,000)

a350,000,0001 1.11 0.83)15.28) 17.22 Japan. Gold and silver 1 to 16.18 41,100,000 580,000,000) 672,000,0001 616,300,000

1.951 2.14

4.09
1 to 15
.296,000,000
1950,000,000

h37,000,000
India..........

3.21 0.12 3.33
China.....

360,000,000
Silver ......

a750,000,000

...] 2.08

2.08 Straits Settlem'tg|Gold and silver.

3,800,000 a115,000,000

3.26

3.26 Canada........ Gold...... 1 to 14.28 4,800,000 a 14,000,000

a5,000,000 129,000,000 2.92 1.04 6.04 10.00 Gold and silver. 1 to 1514 Cuba......... 1,600,000 a18,000,000) a1,500,000

11.25 0.94

12.19
Haiti....

1 to 15%
1,000,000 b2,000,000 b2,100,000 b800,000

2.00] 2.90

4.90 Bulgaria

do... 1 to 1542 1 to 14.38 4,300,000] c800,000 c3,400,000 c3,400,000

0.18 1.58

1.76 Total.

13,965,900,000 3,435,800,0001 619,900,000 2,570,900,000 Dunqu of the Mint. b Information furnished through United States Representatives. Haupt. d Credit Lyonnais,

A na Foville. h Indian Currency Committee report, i F. C. Harrison.

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PRODUCTION AND COINAGES OF THE PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES OF

THE WORLD FOR 1894.
(For tables of 1873 to 1893, see "Tribune Almanac" for 1893 and 1894.)

GOLD.

SILVER
Countries.

Production. Coinage. Production. Coinage. United States.

$39,500,000 $79,546,160 $64,000,000 $9, 200, 351 Great Britain.

65,8001 27, 633,807 329, 700 4,002, 657 Australasia.

41,760,8001 35,203,648 23, 367, 700 Germany

a1, 498,900) 37,433, 154) a8, 240, 100 1,067,945 Austria-Hungary

1,684,8001 40,395, 4561 2,548,400 10,420,887 France

185,300 1,897,395 4,076, 100 772,000 Mexico..

b4,500,000 554,107 60,817,300 29,481,033 Japan.

489,800 1,576,440 2,529, 700 24,131,363 Spain.

2,643, 400 2,964,225 Bulgaria.

579,097

2,316,224 Russia.

24,133,400

356,6001: China...

c8,556,800

6,000,000 Italy.

117.000

1,200,500 Canada.

1,042, 100

1,096,000 144,528 U. S. of Colombia.

2,892,800

2,182, 4001 8,252 Brazil..

2, 219,500 India.

3,986,900

3, 405,503 Peru..

74,400

4,744,800 Africa.

40,271,000 Chili.

c464,400

3,685,500 121,779 Greece.

1,472, 700 Bolivia.

b67,000

28,444,400 Central American States.

470,500

c2,000,000 3,624,505 *South American countries.

5,446, 7001

1,561,600 276, 308 Corea.

467,200 All other countries.

70,400 786,287 377,700 8,026,180 Totals.....

$179,965,600|$225, 605,551 $215,404,600|$106,945, 740 *Except Brazil, Bolivia, Chill and Peru. a Estimated the same as officially communicated for 1893. b Estimate of the Bureau of the Mint. c Estimated the same officially communicated for 1887. GOLD AND SILVER CERTIFI Treasury, but had issued against it $91,CATES.

953,949 certificates. The largest amount This table shows the total gold in the

of gold certificates in circulation at any Treasury and the gold certificates out

time was $163, 178,959, in January, 1892,

which left the Government owner of only standing (the difference between the two amounts being the net gold in the Treas

$119,574,904 gold, although having in its ury), at different dates since February,

Treasury $282,753,863 gold gross. 1884: In Treas. Certific'tes

GOLD AND SILVER PRODUCTION Date. ury. outst' ding.

OF U. S., 1894. February, 1884. J$221,881,633]$77,843, 430

Gold.

Bilver. May, 1885.

244,363,543 128,553,010 States and December, 1885. 253, 351, 409 105,359, 601 Territories. Oz.

Coinage
value.

OZ. July, 1886.

233, 651,522 74, 718,517 March, 1888. 310,772,202 91,953,949 Alaska

53,888) $1,113,330 October, 1888.. 331,688,233 140,673,658

Arizona

86,324 1,784,475 1,147, June, 1890.

321, 612,423 131,380,019 California 656, 648 13,570,397 717,368 June, 1891.

238,518, 121 120,850, 399 Colorado 459,152 9,491,514 23, 281, July, 1892. 247,306,220 136,861,829 Georgia

4,726 97,758 325 January, 1893. 228,827,532 120, 645,819 Idaho

100,682 2,081, 281 3,288,548 July, 1893. 186,813,963 87,611, 029 Michigan 2,150 44,444

35,122 January, 1894. 142,665,594 77,015,419 Montana 176,637 3,651, 419 12,820.081 July, 1894 120,922,836 65,947, 229 Nevada

55,042 1,137,819 1,035, 151 January, 1895. 139, 606,354 53,420,869 N. Mexico. 27,465 567,751 632, 183 July, 1895.

155,893,931 48, 469,959 N. Carolina 2,254 46,504 352 October 31, 1895.. 143,360,839 50,585, 889 Oregon

60,792 1,422,056 26,171

S. Carolina 4.735 97,830 The largest amount of gold, gross, ever S. Dakota.. 159,594 3,290, 100 58.973 held in the Treasury was in September, Texas

429, 314 1888, when the total was $332,551,305; at Utah

41,191 868,031 5,891,901 that time, however, there were $134,838, - Wash'ton

9,438] 195, 100 113, 160 190 gold certificates in circulation, making Ala., Md., the net gold owned by the Government Ten., Va., $197,713,115. The largest amount of net Vt., Wyo. 1,495 30.903 182 gold in the Treasury at any time was *218,818,253, in March. 1888. Then the

.. (1,910,815 $39,500,000 49,500,000 ernment had $310,772,202 gold in the *Average price, 6349 cents per ounce.

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