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PRODUCTS AND INDUSTRIES OF THE UNITED STATES.
The following table, compiled from the Census statistics of 1800, shows how the States rank in the more important products
and industries. The statistics collected under the last census had not been compiled when The Tribune Almanac went to press.
States and Farms,
Milk, 2 Butter, 2Cheese,

1 Wool,
Apples,
Cotton,
Sugar, Tobacco, Iron ore,

Coal,
Territories.
acres, gallons. pounds. pounds.

pounds. bushels. bales. pounds. pounds. (long tons. tons.
Alabama
19,853,000 55,508,687|14,548,435

768,589 1,238,734 915,210) 390,835 162, 4301 1,570,319/ 3,572,983
Arizona

1,297,0331 709,225 115, 203 10,855 551,365 1,973 Arkansas ........ 14,891,356 54,325, 673 15,724,144 21,328 512,396) 1,894,346 691,494

954, 790

279,584
California
21,427,293|111,191, 18626,776,704 3,871,575 16,358,547| 1,654,636

12,907

119,820
Colorado
4,598,941 19,680,791 3,282,086 87,183 3,334,234 70,728

1201 109, 136 2,597,181
Connecticut
2,253,432) 54,413,822) 7,196,095 112,566 126,508 1,993,724

8,874,924 388,251
Delaware
1,055, 692| 10,699,3621 2,026,498
359 47,281 109,644

29,680 429,380
Florida
3,674,486 5,056, 7901 867,195 1,731 221,954 2,610

57,928

1,692,015 470,433
Georgia .. 25,200,435| 53,234,508|14,483,323

1,307,625 263, 752 6258,145 6226, 156
Idaho ....
1,302, 256 5,085,8631 1,078, 103 207,2131 2,119,242 88,296

824,072
Illinois
30,498,277 367,269, 464 157,121, 486 343,456 4,490,773) 9,600,785

3,042,936

12, 104,272 Indiana 20,362,5161200,510,797 48, 477, 766 360,948 4,863,404 8,784,038

7,710,297

2,845,057
Iowa
30,491,541 486,961,411 | 72,893, 079 1,038,358 2,649,6521 5,040,352

74,396

4,095,358
Kansas
30,214,456 201,608,099 46,117,076 759, 210 2,253,2401 3,713,019

212

62,083

2,221,043
Kentucky ....... 21,412,229 118,497,289 29,038, 406 64,8221 2,777,533 (10,679,389

873

221,880,303 77,487 2,399,755 Louisiana

9,544,219 12,881,927 2,089, 774 3,939 440,686 117,748 659,180 292,124,050 46,845
Maine
6,179,925 57,969, 791 15,593, 315 696,0521 1,864,0091 3,071,471

200
Maryland
4,952,390 46,601,218 9,999, 602 9,573 543,225) 1,410,413

12,356,838

2,939, 715
Massachusetts 2,998,2821 82,571,924 8,358, 703 122,900 241,314| 1,690,110|

2,794,848
Michigan
14,785,636 224,537,488 50,197,481 328,682 12,378,318/13, 154,626

11,984) 5,856,169 67,431
Minnesota
18,663, 645 (182,968,973 (34,766,409 676,642 1,945, 249 80,131

23,285 864,508
Mississippi

17,572,547 50,893,371 12,988, 637 4,898 1,038, 186 605,368 1,154,725 67,860 62,111
Missouri
30,780,290 193,931,103 43, 108,521 288,620 4,040,084 8,698,170 15,856

9,424,823 265, 718) 2,557,823 Montana 1,964, 197 6,038,096 1,062,185 11,512 9,335,551 5,896

25

363,301 Nebraska 21,593,444|144,768,263 27,818,078 463,831 791,534| 1,172, 935

11,049

1,400

VALUES OF FOREIGN COINS, OCTOBER 1, 1900-(Continued).

Value in

terms of
Countries.

Standard.
Monetary unit. U.S.gold

Coins.

dollar.
Sweden .....

Gold.
Crown

.268 Gold: 10 and 20 crowns.
Switzerland

Gold.
Franc

.193 Gold: 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 francs.' Silver: 5 francs.
Turkey ...

Gold.
Piaster

.044 Gold: 25, 50, 100, 250 and 500 piasters,
Uruguay

Gold.
Peso

1.034
Gold: peso.

Silver: peso and divisions.
Venezuela

Gold
Bolivar

.193 Gold: 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 bolivars. Silver: 5 bolivars.
*The coins of silver standard countries are valued by their pure silver contents, at the average market price of silver for the
three months preceding the date on which these values were fixed.

†The “British dollar" has the same legal value as the Mexican dollar in Hong-Kong, the Straits Settlements and Labuan.
*The sovereign is the standard coin of India, but the rupee is the money of account, current at 15 to the sovereign.

6,131

12,833 841,141 | 2,113,055 1,191,846

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1,001,10 9,02,004 OV,007 01,207 1,450,888 80,083 New-Hampshire 3,459,018 42,633,208 7,942,840 341,285 717,149 2,283,347

86,593 New-Jersey ... 2,662,009 64,003,953 8,367,218 23,613 180,844 603, 890

33,855 415,810 New-Mexico .... 787,8821 717,155 86,042 18,931 4,074,503 37,192

1,415 736,050 486,943 New-York ..... 21,961,562 663,917,240 98, 241,813 4,324,028 6,715, 686 8,493,846

9,316, 135 1,247,537
North Carolina.. (22,651,896 55,250,665 13,129,374 60,760 733,765 7,591,541 336,261

36,375,258
North Dakota.. 7,660,333 26,566,112 5,712,566 131,374 510,417

6

590

28,907
Ohio
23,352, 408 326,925,396 | 74,990, 307 1,068,083 20,987,574 13,789,278

37,853,563 254,294 9,976,787
Oklahoma
1,606,4231 1,544,280 387,929 1,600 59, 114

425
Oregon
6,909,888 25,042,276 4,786,277 265,576 9,982,910) 1,038,492

3,325 926,280 64,359 Pennsylvania 18,364,370368,906,480 76,809,041 439,060 6,441,164) 7,552, 710

28,956, 247) 1,560,234 81,719,059
Rhode Island
469,281 10,610,547 965,456 24,631 41,021 239,367

2,000
South Carolina.. 13,184,652 23,833,631 5,737,557 2,476 157,707 435,484 747,190 219,980 222,898
South Dakota. 11,396, 4601 59, 666,525 13,127, 244 303,951 1,073,909 1,522

195
Tennessee ...... 20, 161,583 107,657, 116 28,314,387 69,919 1,397,666 7,283,945 190,579

36,368,395 473,294 1,925,689
Texas

.......... 61,406,937 118,475,320 32, 100,560 145,730 14,917,068 742,993 1,471,242 5,482,030 175, 706 13,000 128,216 Utah 1,323, 705 8,614,694 1,759,354 163,539| 4,660,2501 56,633

236,651 Vermont ....... 4,395,646 90, 712, 230 23,314,063 609,586 2,118,883] 1,213,405

70,518 Virginia ........ 19,104,951| 78,143,459 17,949,986 109, 1871 1,449,219 8,391,425 5,375

48,522,655 5511,255 865,786 Washington 4,179, 190 19,873,281 3,482,225 71,281 1,556,792 295, 196

7,040

1,030,578 West Virginia.. 10,321,326| 59,449,066 14,063,627 74,372 2,560,850 4,439,978

2,602,021

6,231,880
Wisconsin

16,787,988 | 303, 701, 134 46,295,623 906,206 4,981,083 1,591, 747
Wyoming
1,830,432 3,064,5881
428,269 15,196 4,146,773
43

1,388,947
1Not including estimated pulled wool or wool clipped on ranges. 2 Made on farms only. 3Embraces output of Connecticut, Maine
and Massachusetts. 4 Embraces output of Delaware and Maryland. 5 Embraces output of Virginia and West Virginia. Embraces
output of Georgia and North Carolina. Em braces output of New-Mexico and Utah. 8Embraces output of Idaho and Montana.
9Embraces output of Oregon and Washington,
PRODUCTION, IMPORTS, EXPORTS AND HOME CONSUMPTION OF COAL FOR THE PRINCIPAL

COUNTRIES.
6 Con-

6 Con|Production, Imports, ) Exports, sump

Production, Imports, ) Exports, sumptons. tons. tons. tion,

tons.

tons. tons. tion,
tons.

tons.
United States (1899) 226,554,000 1,394,000J 5,752,000 2.82 Australasia (1898)

6,316,000 718,000 2,928,000 1.04 United Kingdom (1899).. 220,085,000 2,000 (55,810,000 4.00 Canada (1898)..

4,925,000 3,246,000 1,056,000 1.30 Germany (1899) 1101,622,000 6,220,000 13,943,000 1.70 British India (1898)..... 4,203,000 379,000 327,000

0.01
France (1899)
32,331,000 13,087,000 2,531,000

1.11
Japan (1897)..

5,188,000 69,000 2,103,000 0.07
Belgium (1899)..
21,918,000 3,511,000 6,463,000 2.75 Natal (1898).

388,000

126,000 0.37 Russia (1898). 12,862,000 2,981,000 52,000 0.12 Cape Colony (1898).

171,000 337,000 144,000 0.20 Austria-Hungary (1898).) 212,186,000 6,004,000 1,019,000 0.39 S. African Republic ('98) 1,907,000 Spain (1899). 2,742,000 1,765,000 8,000 0.25 Other countries

32,000,000 Italy (1898).

341,000 4,432,000 18,000 0.15 Sweden (1898).

236,000| 2,458,000 2,694,000 0.53 Total (4in short tons). 15731,142,000) 1135,824,000 tons, including lignite. 237,787,000 tons, including lignite. Including China, Turkey, Servia, Portugal, United States of Colombia, Chili, Borneo and Labuan, Mexico, Peru, Greece, etc. 4 At 2,000 pounds. 5 Equal to 682,805,000 gross tons. Per capita.

Note.-Figures for the United Kingdom, United States, Japan, India, Australasia, Cape Colony, Natal and the South African Republic are in gross tons of 2,240 pounds; for all other countries (except Canada) in metric tons of 2,204.6 pounds; for Canada in net tons of 2,000 pounds.

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. Total acreage, yield and value of principal farm products of the United States. 1899.

Acres.
Quantity.

Value. Corn

82,108,587 2,078,143,933 $629, 210,110 Wheat

44,592,516 547,303,846 319,545, 259 Oats

26,341,380 796, 177, 713 198,167,975 Barley

2,878,220
73,381,563

29,594,254 Rye

1,659,308
23,961, 741

12,214,118 Buckwheat

670,148
11,004,473

6,183,675 Potatoes

2,581,353 288,783, 232

89,328,832 Hay

41,328,462 *56,655, 756 411,926, 187 Totals

201,159,983 3,875,412,057 $2,296,170,410 *Tons. Number and value of live stock on farms and ranches in the U. S. January 1.

1899.

1900.
Number.
Value.

Number. 1 Value. Horses

13,665,307 $511,074,813 13,537,524 $603,969,442 Mules

2.134,213 95,963,261

2,086,027 111,717,092 Milch COWS

15,990,115 474,233,925 16,292,360 514,812,106 Oxen and other cattle.

27,994, 225 637,931, 135 27,610,054 689,486,260 Sheep

39, 114,453 107,697,530 41,883,065 122,665,918 Swine

38,651,631 170, 109, 7431 Totals

137,549,9441 $1,997,010,4071 101,409,0301 *$2,042,650,813 *Exclusive of swine.

Wheat crop of the world in bushels.
Continents.

1898.

1899. North America

758,303,000

622,264,000 South America

72,000,000

112,331,000 Europe

1,548,881,000

1,499,604,000 Asia

421,321,000

399, 196,000 Africa

44,439,000

35,800,000 Australasia

34,980,000

56,212,000 Totals

2,879,924,000

2,725, 407,000

1.800

MINERAL PRODUCTS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1898 AND 1899.

1898.

1899. Metallic.

Quantity. I Value. Quantity. I Value. Pig iron (1spot value), 2long tons.. 311,773,934 | $116,557,000|| 313,620,703 $245,172,654 4Silver, coining value, troy ounces. 54,438,000 470,384,485 54,764,500 470, 806,626 5 Gold, coining value, troy ounces.

3,118,398 64,463,000 3,437,210 71,053,400 Copper, value N. Y. City, pounds. 526,512,987 61,865, 276585,342, 124 104,190.898 Lead, value N. Y. City, 1short tons.. 222,000 16,650,000 209, 240 18,831,600 Zinc, value N. Y. City, 7short tons..

115,399 10,385,910 119,408

13,731,920 Quicksilver, value S. Francisco, 8flasks. 31,092 1,188,627

30, 454 1,452,745 Aluminum, value at Pittsburg, pounds. 5,200,000 1,716,000 5,200,000

1,716,000 Antimony, value S. Francisco, short tons 91, 1201

184,050 91,275 251,875 10 Nickel, value Philadelphia, pounds.. 13,411

4,694 22,541

8,566 Platinum, value (crude), San Francisco, troy ounces ......

225
1,913

300 Total value metallic products..

$343,400,955

|$527,218,084 Nonmetallic (1Spot Values). Fuels:

11 Bituminous coal, short tons.. 166,592,023 132,586,313 193,321,987 167,935,304 Pennsylvania anthracite, long tons.. 47,663,076 75,414,537 53,944,647 Natural gas

88,142, 130

15, 296,813 12 Petroleum, barrels

20,024,873

55,364,233 44,193,359 57,070,850 Structural materials:

64,603,904 Brick clay

9,000,000 13Cement, barrels

11,250,000 12,111, 208 9,859,501 14,311, 407

14,417,058 14 Stone

36,607,264 Abrasive materials:

44,736,576 Corundum and emery, short tons..

4,064 275,064

4,900

150,600 Garnet, abrasive purposes, short tons 2,967

86,850

2, 765 Grindstones

489,769

675,586 Infusorial earth & Tripoli, short tons 2,733

16,691

4,634 Millstones

25,934 Oilstones, etc., pounds.

180,738

208,283

98.325

37.032 28,115

MINERAL PRODUCTS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1898 AND 1899—(Continued).

1898.

1899. Metallic.

Quantity. | Value. Quantity. Value. Chemical materials: Borax, pounds

16,000,000 1,120,000 40,714,000 1,139,882 Bromine, pounds

486,979 126,614 433,004 108,251 Fluorspar, short tons.

7,675
63,050

15,900 96, 650 Gypsum, short tons.

291,638 755, 280 479, 235 1,287,080 Marls, short tons..

60,000 30,000 60,000

30,000 Phosphate rock, long tons.

1,308,885 3,453, 460 1,515, 702 5,084,076 Pyrite, long tons.

193,364 593,801 174, 734 543,249 16Salt, barrels

17,612,634 6,212,554 18,356,503 7,509,184 Sulphur, short tons.

1,2001 32,960 4,830 107,500 Pigments: Barytes (crude), short tons...

31, 306 108,339 41,894 139,528 Cobalt oxide, pounds..

7,848
11,772
10,230

18,512 16 Mineral paints, short tons.

58,850 694,856

63,111 728,389 Zinc white, short tons.

33,000 2,310,000 40,146 3,211, 680 Miscellaneous: Asbestos, short tons..

605
10,300

681

11,740 Asphaltum, short tons.

76,337 675, 649 75,085 553,904 Bauxite, long tons....

25,149 75,437

35,280 125,598 Clay (all other than brick), long tons

1,000,000

1,250,000 Feldspar, long tons....

12,000 32,395 27,202 228,545 Fibrous talc, short tons.

54,356 411,430 54,655 438,150 Flint, long tons.

19, 130

42,670 37,852 231,345 Fuller's earth, short tons.

14,860 106,500 12,381 79,644 Graphite, pounds

*2,360,000

75,200

*2,900,732 1890

12,324

167,106 Limestone for iron flux, long tons. 5,275,819 2,638,000 6,707,435 4,695,205 Magnesite, short tons.

1,263
19,075

1,280

18,480 Manganese ore, long tons.

15,957 129,185

9,935

82,278 Mica, pounds..

$129,520 103,534 $108,570 70,587 **3,999 27,564 **1,505

30,878 Mineral waters, gallons sold.

28,853,464 8,051,833 39,562,136 6,948,030 Monazite, pounds

250,776 13,542 350,000 20,000 Precious stones

160,920

185, 770 Pumice stone, short tons.

600
13, 200

400 10,000 Rutile, pounds

140

230

1,030 Soapstone, short tons.

700

22,231 287,112 24,765 330,805 T'tal value nonmetlic min'l prod'ts

($353,419,765

$447,790,862 Total value of metallic products..

343,400,955

527,218,084 17 Estimated value of mineral products unspecified

1,000,000

1,000,000 Grand total...

$697,820, 720

$976,008,946 By “spot" value is meant value at the point of production. 2 Long tons are tons of 2, 240 avoirdupois pounds; short tons are tons of 2,000 avoirdupois pounds. 3 Iron ore 1892: 16,296,666 long tons; value at mines: $33,204,896. 1893: 11,587,629 long tons; value at mines: $19, 265,973. 1894: 11,879,679 long tons; value at mines: $13,577,325. 1895: 15,957,614 long tons; value at mines: $18,219,684. 1896: 16,005,449 long tons; value at mines: $22,788,069. 1897: 17,518,046 long tons; value at mines: $18,953,221. 1898: 19,433,716 long tons; value at mines: $22,060,887. 1899: 24,683,173 long tons; value at mines: $34,999,077. Figures of production furnished by the Bureau of the Mint, Treasury Department; coining value, $1.2929 per troy ounce; commercial value 1895, $36,445,000; 1896, $39,655,000; 1897, $32, 316,000; 1898, $32,118,420; 1899, $32,858,700. • Figures of production furnished by the Bureau of the Mint, Treasury Department; coining value, $20.6718 per troy ounce. @Including copper made from imported pyrites. 7The product from domestic ores only. 8 Of 7672 avoirdupois pounds net. PIncludes antimony smelted from imported ores, in 1899, 83 per cent. 10 Including nickel in copper--nickel alloy, and in exported ore and matte. 11 Including brown coal and lignite, and anthracite mined elsewhere than in Pennsylvania. 120f 42 gallons. 130f 300 pounds for natural cement, and 400 pounds for artificial Portland. 14 Not including limestone for iron flux, or grindstones. 150f 280 pounds net. The reduced price in 1893 is due to omitting cost of packages. 16 Including metallic paints, ochre, umber, venetian red, sienna, ground soapstone, ground slate, and mineral black. 17Including building sand, glass sand, iron ore used as flux in lead smelting, tin ore, nitrate of soda, carbonate of soda, sulphate of soda, and alum clays used by paper manufacturers. *Crystalline, pounds. Amorphous, tons.

Sheet, pounds. **Scrap, tons.
TOTAL VALUE OF THE MINERAL PRODUCTS, 1880 TO 1897.

1880.
1881,
1882.

1883. Metallic Products

$190,039,865 $ 192,892, 408 $219, 755,109 $203, 128,859 Nonmetallic products

173, 279,135 206,783, 144 231,340,150 213,812, 214 Unspecified

6,000,000 6,500,000 6,500,000 6,500,000

Tatala

$369 319 000 1 8406. 1775.55218457.595.259 1$453.441.073

TOTAL VALUE OF THE MINERAL PRODUCTS, 1880 TO 1897—(Continued). 1884. 1885. 1886. 1887. 1888. 1889.

1890. $186,109,599 $181,586,587 $214,897,825 / $248,925,054 ] $253,731,822 / $267,247,033 $305, 735,670 221,879,506 241,312,093 230,088,7691 270,989, 4201 286, 150, 1141 282, 623,812 312,776,503

5,000,000 5,000,000 800,000 800,000 900,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 $412,989, 105 $427,898,680 $445,786,594 $520,714,474 | $540, 781,936 $550,870,845 | $619,512, 173 1891.. 1892. 1893. 1894. 1895. 1896.

1897. $300,232,798/$307,716,239$249,981,866/$218,168,788|$281,913,639| $287,596,906 / $302,198,502 321,767,846| 339,958,842|'323,318,020 307,455,351 338,345,361 333,936, 110| 327,655,427 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000

1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 $623,000,644 $648,675,081 $574,299,886 $526,624,139 $621,259,000 $622,533,016/$630,853,929

18,322

WORLD'S PRODUCTION OF GOLD AND SILVER.

GOLD.

*SILVER,
COUNTRIES.

1898.
1899.

1898.

1899. North America: United States

$64,463,000 $71,053,400 54,438,000 54,764,500 Mexico

8,500,000 8,500,000 56,738,000 55,612,090 Canada and Newfoundland. 13,838,700 21,324,300 4,452,333 3,411,614 Africa

80,128,500 73,227,100 Australasia

64,860,800 78,714,100 10,491,100 12,686,658 Europe: Russia 25,463,400 22,167,100

278, 492

134,887 Austria-Hungary

1,859,500 1,943,900 1,814,294 1,895, 253 Germany

73,600

74,200 5,571,516 6,242,053 Norway

173,321

166,908 Sweden

83,600
70,600
65,345

73,619 Italy

165,900
165,900
804,512

804,512 Spain

37,900

37,900
7,678,378

7,678,378 Portugal

10,400
4,700
2,349

3,790 Greece

981,356

981,356 Turkey

7,300
7,300
225, 225

225, 225 Servia

13,300
13,300

-18,322 France

460,946

460,946 Great Britain.

6,600
6,600

211,347 211,347 South America: Argentina

137,700
137,700
383,479

383,479 Bolivia

17,600

68,500 16,032, 713 10,843,977 Chili

893,600

893,600 4,754,636 4,754,636 Colombia 2,158, 700 1,809,500 5,483,717

3,521,563 Ecuador

39,500
47,900

7,734

7.734 Brazil

1,583,700 2,149,500 Venezuela

1,089, 300 1,089, 300 Guiana (British).

2,048, 700 2,040,500 Guiana (Dutch)..

569, 100

587,600 Guiana (French)

1,644,400 1,688,700 Peru

628,000
628,000 4,368,772

4,368,772 Uruguay

38,500

38,500 Central America.

477,800
584, 200

719,307 924,695 Asia: Japan

790,800
790,800 1,659,856

1,659,856 China

6,078,700 8,898,300 Corea

1,168, 200 1,466, 600 India (British).

7,781,500 8,517,500 East Indies (British)

529, 700

425, 100 East Indies (Dutch).

117,600 117,600 Totals $287,305,600 $309,289,800 177,815,050

171,836,200 *Ounces (fine). APPROXIMATE DISTRIBUTION BY PRODUCING STATES AND TERRITORIES OF THE PRODUCT OF GOLD AND SILVER IN THE UNITED

STATES FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 1899.
(Ag estimated by the Director of the Mint.)
Gold.
Silver.

Gold.

Silver State or Territory.

State or Territory.
Coining

Coining
Value. value.

Value.

value. Alabama

$4,300
$129 New-Mexico

$584,100
Alaska
5,459,500 181,140 North Carolina..

34,500 Arizona 2,566,100 2,040,630 Oregon

1,429,500 173,641 California 15,197,800 1,065,762 South Carolina.

160,100

517 Colorado 25.982.800 29.301.527 South Takota

A 469 50

199 31

$650,731

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