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DuTIAble. QUANTities. WALues. commodities. 1876. 1825. 1876. 1875. 5,350,810 4,900,964 $8,791,563 $4,238,364 5S,635,410 65,225,899 1,347,928 1,629,990 - - - - - - - - ------i - - ------------ 3,828,333 8,932,594 Cotton, MANUFActures of: Beached and unbleached...................... sq. yards...| 12,097.854 21,098,007 1,475,738 2,559,758 Printed, painted, or colored. - ... 10,080,770 15,142,085 1,893,880 2,198,460 Hosiery, shirts, and drawers.............................!............... 8,665,847 4,818,009 Jeans, denims, drillings, etc. 991,749 132,184 241.831 Other manufactures of, n. e. s. -- 11,091,491 13,994,786 Earthen, stone, and China ware... 3.431.471 8,540,461 Fancy goods...... ------------------------------------------ - - - 8,637,917 4,571,842 Flax, AND MANUFAcruEEs of: * . . . . . . . . . . ------------. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 967,842 860, Manufactures of by yard..... ----------------------------------------- 10,282,847 11,973,903 Other manufactures of n. e. s............................l..............l.. 1,810,879 1,948,704 Fruits of all kinds, including nuts............................l.............. 9,249.867 8,276,241 Furs and dressed fur-skins........... -------------- -------- -------------- -- 2,134,885 2,615,797 Isos AND STEEL, AND MANUFACTUREs of : iron............................. --------------- lbs.. 141,978,281 141,106,503 1,548,571 1,541,527 - - - - - - - lbs. 60,915 37.382 2,665 2,250 ------- lbs 44,781,820 46,435,658 1,292,939 1,466,628 ........ lbs. 18,598 85,214 810 ,213 Band, hoop, and scroll iron.......................... lbs.. 272,784 398.425 8,692 10,750 Railroad-bars or rails, of iron.. ...lbs. 574,964 2,347,063 6,603 67,857 Sheet-iron................... ...lbs. 8,187,347 6,683,447 196,217 517,820 Old and scrap iron........... ...tons. 11,122 17,756 + 863,682 Hardware...... ......... ------------------------------------------------------------- 81,912 209,019 Anchors, cables, and chains, of all kinds .lbs 3,037,104 8,619,151 160,593 211,200 Machinery............................... ---------------------------------- 680,895 535,285 Muskets, pistols, rifles, and sporting-guns. 524,978 Steel ingots, bars, sheets, and wire....... 1,800,506 Railroad-bars or rails, of steel....... 1,139,456 1,099,154 241,045 22,011 Other manufactures of iron and steel, n. e. s....... 8,324,328 Leather, AND MANUFActures of : Leather of all kinds................................ 4,810,810 6,229,660 8,176,844 4,151,239 Gloves of kid, and all other, of skin or leather. 528,226 549,181 8,120,084 3,237,967 Other manufactures of................... -- - - - 489,344 606,264 Precious stones............. --------- -- 1,511,212 2,580,789 Salt......... ----------------------------- ----------- ...lbs.. 1,427,545 1,860,124 SEEps: Flaxseed or linseed. .....bush.. 1,964,910 4,558,585 All other, n. e. s.... - - - - 454,690 257,112 “ho.of : 15,677,470 16,611,010 ress i *--------------------------- . . . . . . . . | - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - *** * * * for so. - ---- 73,038 95,617 Other manufactures of 4,500,112 5,812,953 Sopa, AND SALTs of: Bicarbonate............ 5,321,922 8,594,033 130,691 116,765 Carbonate, including sa 164,570,157 156,469,514 2,689,258 2,872,126 Caustic soda ........................... 7,233,265 27,382,7 882,076 999,919 Acetate, sulphate, phosphate, and all ot n- “... s. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -- 227,611 789,803 8,672 17,662 Spees of all kinds; also ginger, ground, pepper, and mustard................. ---------------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - lbs.. 9,460,785 14,329,092 1,327,113 1,709,647 Souan AND Molosses: Brown sugar lbs...| 1,359,642,612 1,474,340,220 54,709,996 59,552,403 Refined sugar -- --- 7,701 15,319 748 1.214 Molasses..................... -- .galls. 37,175.264 48,066,444 7,557,266 11,842,462 Melado and sirup of sugar-cane. ... lbs. 72,526,862 107,276,511 2,188,511 8,478,927 Candy and confectionery................ -- - - - - - - - - - - lbs. + 75,380 4,267 > Tis, and Manufactures of: In plates........................ ----------------- cwt.. 1,589,888 1,588,412 8,119,653 10,775,874 Other manufactures of........... ----------------------- ----------------------------- 41,066 107,684 Tobacco, AND MANufactures of: *f. ..................... 5,559,428 6,574,094 2,845,848 3,563,108 Clears................. 509,123 603,479 1,878,087 2,168,402 Other manufactures of.............. --------- ------------------------ ------------- 58,981 8:30 Wisps, Spirits AND Corpials: Spirits and cordials in casks.................. 1,194,838 1,263,103 1,205,476 1,880,273 Spirits and cordials in bottles. 70,510 76,120 352,256 886,019 ine in casks................ 3,487.768 3,953,976 1,558,615 2,050,740 Wine in bottles............... --------------------- doz 277,488 307,859 2,008,275 2,065,700 Wood, and Masuractures or: Cabinet-ware, house-furniture, and all manufactures of * n e s --................................................................... 868,535 807,115 Boards, deals, planks, joists, and scantlings.. 257,620 303,612 2,616,891 3,383,907 Shingles................................. 23,153 41,952 48,997 96.658 Timber, sawed or hewed, wholly or in part ----- 5,568 22,713 lumber.......................... ---- 166,641 189,967

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DUTIABLE (continued).

QUANTITIES. waltes cominioidities. |1876. 1875. 18-6. 1875. Wool, Sheep's (and hair of the alpaca, goat, and other like animals), AND MANUFACTUREs of: Unmanufactured...... ............................ lbs.. 48,884,434 5,808,499 8,873,615 Cloths and cassiineres.... . . . . . . . . . . . ................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6,677,187 11,582,898 Woolen rags, shoddy, Inungo, waste, and flocks.. 25,062 74,961 Shawls............... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,145,468 1,660,-28 Blankets................. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .---------. 19,328 18,4-9 Carpets............ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,423,284 912,978 1.723,385 Dress-goods ....................... 5S,878,448 12,531,182 16,030,687 Hosiery, shirts, and drawers.. 558,186 644,574 Other manufactures of, n. e. s............................ 8,792,402 2S6,667 The following are leading items of domestic export for the same periods: QUANTITIES. valves. commodities. 1876. 1875. 1876. 1825. Agricultural IMPLEMENTS: Fanning-mills................. ---------- ------- to, 85 1,265 13.505 Horse-powers.......... 16 119 6,155 32.4:34 Mowers and reapers 12,000 12,874 1,220,720 1,429.820 Ploughs and cultivators. 18,799 10,184 122,244 123,799 All other, n. e. s........................... -- ----------------------------- 863,129 737,964 ANIMALs, Living: - - - - - - - - - ................................No. 67.206 46,565 718,719 509,430 Horned cattle ...No. 39,503 48,742 882,571 1,019,523 Horses....... ..No. 1,016 8,074 141,999 * Mules ............. -- ...No.. 8 1,603 107,569 | 188,450 Sheep........... ............................ ...No. 75,262 116,058 112,817 182,768 All other, and fowls........ ----------------------------- !..............'.... ---------- 28,050 21,933 BREAD AND BREADSTUFFs: Barley........................................... 258,838 122,262 234,026 83,466 Bread and biscuit......... -- 10,028,724 9,763,118 501,401 502,331 Indian-corn................ 60,538,065 25,529,717 36,811,097 21,047,273 Indian-corn meal............. -- 291,820 70,580 973,469 | 1,182,744 Oats..................... -------------- 8,507,175 818,838 1,839,315 201,059 Rye. ..................... 950,486 102,800 776, S10 103,479 Rye-flour - - - - - - 6,101 7,610 81,701 40,158 Wheat................... 43,588,647 44,175,980 49,805,135 53,046,985 Wheat-flour.................. 3,293,105 3,156,208 19,618,801 19,030,326 Other small grain and pulse..............................l..............l........... --- 33, 564,824 Maizena, farina, and *:::::: preparations of breadstuffs used as food........................................... ------------ ---------------- 726,935 306.408 Clocks, and parts of......................................... ------------------ 750,998 990,360 CoAL: Bituminous....................................... tons.. 210,194 207,420 702,470 750,843 er. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tons 301,847 807,735 1,551,629 1,738,070 Copper, AND MANUFACTUREs of : Ore......................... 14,321 13,198 71.328 74.74: In pigs, bars, sheets, and old.. - 14,544,373 6,478,894 8,055,028 1,418,479 Other manufactures of................................................. |............. 160,475 157,619 Corton, AND MANUFACTUREs of: Sea-island.................... - - - - - - - - - - - - ..........lbs. 1,938,949 2,442,258 657,843 847,987 Other, unmanufactured... ..lbs...| 1,066707,928 884,984,845 130,468,896 131.978,160 Colored.................. ..yds. 18,205,883 6,943,877 1,521,779 853,229 Uncolored.................. ..yds. 60,596,249 23,311,474 4,978,077 2,464.584 All other manufactures of n.c. s.. - - --- 952,165 722,848 Drugs, chemicals, and medicines................ 1,847,533 2,052,954 Furs and fur-skins................ ------------------ 8,408,754 4,021,205 Hides and skins, other than fur.............................. 1,719,508 8,770,161 IRoN AND STEEL, AND MANUFACTUREs of : Pig.............................. 77,669 224,304 Bar 194,757 623,260 Boil --------- 7,311 6,272 Railroad bars or rails. 29,509 61,839 Sheet, band, and hook. 5,744 7.685 Castings, n. e. s...... 208.878 325,875 Car-wheels................................... -- 120,794 102,148 Stoves, and parts of .............. - - - - 99,173 110.151 Steam-engines, locomotive.... ------- 498,007 663,489 Steam-engines, stationary.. ........................ No. 52,035 tos,644 Boilers for steam-engines, when separate from the engines.............................. 47,196 86,788 Machinery, n. e. s................................................................ .. 2,120,766 2,410,266 Nails and spikes.............................. lbs.. 7,175,942 9,222,061 257,049 370,044 All other manufactures of iron........................... ". . . . . . - - - - - - - - !-------------- 2,816,228 3,309,554 Steel, and manufactures of: Ingots, bars, sheets, and wire...... ....... ........lbs. 16,931 18,560 Cutlery.................... -- - 89.146 23.825 Edge-tools............. ---------------------- |. 515,544 550.851 Files and saws............................... - - 29,989 26.7: Muskets, pistols, rifles, and sporting-guns..... --- 2,075,323 4,613,689 Manufactures of steel, n. e. s.......................... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - !.............. 133,147 215,831 Domestic ExpoRTs (continued). QUANTITIE8. walues. commodities. 1876. 1875. 1876. 1870. LEATHER, AND MANUFACTUREs of: Boots and shoes.................................. pairs.. 185,956 280,974 261,764 347,883 Leather of all kinds, n. e. s. - - ... lbs. 25,312,029 23,593,436 6,814,960 6,210,959 Morocco, and other fine.. ------------------- 982,701 476,486 Saddlery and harness.......................... . . . . ----------------------- 82,269 59,985 Manufactures of n-e. s................................................l.............. 190,762 161,230 Naval Stokes: Rosin and turpentine 723,516 748,280 1,887,075 2,195,688 Tar and pitch..... -- 51,584 54,654 110,735 135,830 Oil-cake..... -------------- ----------------------------- lbs.. 260,258,589 192,609,082 4,979,018 4,016,032 Oils: Mineral, crude (including all natural oils, without regard to gravity)......................................galls.. 22,016,200 12,782,784 2,804,611 1,288,257 Mineral, refined or manufactured: Naphthas, benzine, gasoline, etc.................. galls... 11,868,775 12,077,062 1,241,236 1,189,486 Illuminating.................. galls.. 175,775,897 172,154,975 81,785,969 23,688,458 Lubricating (heavy paraffine, e ls. 1,041,786 837,783 834,811 235,261 Residuum (tar, pitch, and all other, from which the light bodies have been distilled). ...bbls.. 61,272 49,718 211,576 149,692 Animal: Lard -- 171,591 106,221 161,412 114,180 19,384 10,082 20.809 11,185 608,618 662,638 879,236 1,091,427 518,318 1,186,710 231,724 465,524 639,682 234,600 818,341 118.829 22,352 28,023 15,871 25.515 ----------------------------- 273,651 190,394 822.309,646 216,480,867 88,152,777 25,141,884 42,796,218 82,151,164 8,517,859 2,896,558 11,534,981 4,508,695 2,435,879 1,049,156 88,838,269 92,688,465 10,360,144 11,954,176 --------------------- 95,18 117,154 21,934 4,774 5,877 106,602 720,068 608,283 ----------------------------- 88,727 63,419 Fish, pickled..... 41,326 49,848 810,545 848,487 Fish, other, cured..................................... ......................... :::: 2,189,108 1,985,419 land.-------------------------........... 185,589,633 21,262,589 19,016,879 Meats, preserved 1,364,759 608,807 Oysters............ 184,897 137.881 11,740 14,284 Pork............. 4,890.288 4,948,043 Onions 39.9 27,524 Potatoes............................ 868,778 308,888 Other vegetables.................................... ------------------- 77,982 96,830 Vegetables, prepared or preserved. -- 18,599 19,967 Quicksilver............................ lbs... 2,307,769 1,603,364 1,182,749 1.308,398 ***ing-machines, and parts of...............................l...................::::::::: 1,303,982 1,377,002 Spirits of turpentine.................................. galls...] 4,696,625 5,579,615 1,447,054 1,817,442 Sugar AND MoLAsses: Sugar, brown....................................... lbs. 25,751 859,684 2,315 81,187 Sugar, refined.. ... .sbs.. 30,478,106 35,925,632 3,216.220 8,928,043 Molasses................................ .....galls. 1,907,307 5,519,128 486,754 1,519,394 Candy and consectionery........................... ...................!------...-::: 28,683 29,129 *"................................................. lbs...] 75,050,683 52,297,750 6,805,077 4,716,811 Tobacco, AND MANUFACTUREs or : Leaf--------------------.......................... Ibs... 281,250,790 129,236,820 29,206,059 15,065,650 Cigars..............................................M. 859 8.33 28,892 14,809 Snuff............... 8,217 1,058 3,570 995 Other manufactures.. ----------- -------------- 2,560,902 2,135,248 Wood, AxD Maxrfactures of: clapboards, deals, planks, joists, and scantlings, M. f. - 217,265 190,668 8,445,965 8,105,416 M.. 4,996 4,384 14,989 18.895 Shingles............................ 28,829 82,081 97,428 129,672 Box-shooks......................... 85,905 207.276 Other shooks, staves, and headings 8,185.162 8,958,604 Hogsheads and barrels, empty...... - 321,820 410,115 All other lumber........................................l..............l.. ------------ 708,066 261,891 Fire-wood.......... ------------------ 2,286 2,529 6,831 8,226 Hop, hoop, telegraph, and other poles...... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -------------- 848,118 860.104 Logs, masts, spars, and other whole timber. - - - - - - - - - - - - 561,585 517,258 Timber, sawed and hewed 18,548,197. 2,956,105 2,347,742 All other timber.................................... ------- 106,961 193,765 Household-furniture. - - 1,372,069 1874,595 Wooden-ware.........:. - 258,165 280,008 All other manufactures - 1,227,207 1,456,475 The total value of imports (other than dry the year 1876, was $199,025,371. The followIMPORTS OF A FEW LEADING ARTICLES OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE AT NEW YORK FROM Foreign Ports For THE YEARs 1873–76.

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goods and specie) at the port of New York, for ing is a valuable comparative table:

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Artticles. 1878. 1874. 1sors. 18te. Books..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,846,625 $1,592,157 $1,596,797 $1,108.240 Buttons........................................... 1,767,850 1,928,521 1,947,266 1,412,519 Cheese............ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 502,207 504,286 484,079 | 42×71: Chinaware.................. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 790,980 784.815 76.1.864 ------------------------------------ ---------- 2,238,800 1,618,104 1,404,595 ------ --------- 278,852 258,283 181,475 ----------- 83 § *]; 27,042,537 - - - - - - - - - - - - - $4.860 300,489 ------------- 1,695,421 1,645,46i 1,446.329 rs---------------------------------------------- - 2,717,278 3,368.367 2,531,753 Glass-plate................ ----------- 2,006,890 2,336,321 1,750,418 India-rubber....................................... 5,940,648 3,958,983 4,023, S25 --------------------------------------------- 612,436 561,474 511,837 6,094,916 4,440,441 8,624.932 Undried skins...... 14,192,541 10,120,698 7,489,575 Brandy....... 1,089,765 1,008,055 827.315 Whiskey 79,590 70,443 52 tool Copper... 143,461 68,334 57,141 Iron, bars........................................... 838,888 793,805 737,233 Iron, Pig........................................... 936,561 621,492 601,326 Iron, railroad................. 5,099,006 419,587 ------Iron, sheet......................................... 527,028 518,801 849,116 43,910 Lead............................................... 1,770,756 1,889,348 75,246 464.483 - - - - - - - - - 306,910 122,691 64.36s 14,253 - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2,466.275 1,888,227 1,086,713 710,126 Tin and tin plates......... 10.SS5,775 10,676,SS6 8,066,692 6.5S0.02 Zinc ................... ---------------------------- 307,089 272,258 309,590 81,794 - - - - - 3,164,751 8,432,700 2,804,991 2,573,334 - - - - - - - 8,468,097 8,797,480 8,195,156 2,846,938 659,471 563,384 ,2{ 618,822 - - - - - - - - - 883,358 874,633 218,324 200,433 - - - - - - - - - 49,865,022 55,372.760 41,539,196 45,496,657 - - - - - - - - - 15,250,403 20,949,110 12,529,939 12,158,8:3 2,409,454 2,254,165 1,761,827 954.256 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2,177.885 2,260,320 1,971,516 1.343,233 Wool and waste..................................... 5,355,314 5,028,463 4,492,055 3,039,812 The following is a condensed statement of - - - Articles. 1876. 18ts. imports into the United States for the calen- | dar years 1872 and 1876: Breadstuffs: 1,914,183, 1953.667 *r-1 r +*-**** Mronts || 1sts. 1sto. W. :: *ś, so Manufactures................ $278,835,855 $129,525,317 o' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' :: *:::::: *; Produce .................... 255,124,456 215,128,056 or “‘’’ ‘’’ ‘’’’ ‘’’’ ‘’’’ --- 634.431 18ssos Unmanufactured articles*... 51,591,692 37,001,645 × . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 soil 12 o' 26.549,421 o'" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . o 12.9 o: 1531.374 ros.----------------------- 183,886 495.887 o $o 4:3. Works of art................. 1,664,187 1soilo § #: - - ... 468,285 452.578 Total.................... $65,962,575 $426,179,651 :.. *::: : -- - - - - - - - 8. . - 22 st One striking feature of these reductions is, Naval stones: that they have taken pl - - - Spirits turpentine............ bbls.. 17.670 11,963 eral d # f Dri en place in spite of the gen- pool ...bbls... 270,990 382,063 ral decline of prices. Tar........ ... .bbls.. 5,789 6,902 The total value of exports from the port of oil-cake..................... 100 lbs... 1,759,414, 1,431.275 p p t * New York for 1875 was $255,515,942; for 1876, oils: - org $279,097,136, viz.: to Great Britain, $151,682,- o: 227; France, $15,175,185; Holland and Bel- 689,518 708,991 gium, $14,679,002; Germany, $32,381,654; 86,277. 46,976 other countries of North Europe, $3,362,485; - - Pork..............bbls. and casks.. 179,154 170.502 . o o, o; of South #. - - - - - - - bbls, and casks.. ağ 86,881 urope, $11,172,134: ina and Japan, $1,- acon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..] 2,231,789 1,708.249 - --- Butter............... ...100 lbs. too.15.1 2. $44,807; Australia, $2,856.275; British North . ..100 §: § o: American colonies, $4,295,497; Cuba, $9,096,- rd......... dolls. 1.5 oil 1,1so 274; Hayti, $4,085,847; other West Indies, . ... pkgs... 62,862 76.490 * ov, --- * Tallow........ ..100 lbs 585,636 414.3% $8,614,670; Mexico, $1,471,104; British Gui. T. leaf, etc. ...hhds 103,778, 56,060 - - - obacco, cases, etc. ... - - - - - - - 66,632 54,859 ana, so * so solo ; other Tobacco, manufactured. .lbs...| 8,842,575 6,410,511 countries of South America, $8,325,355; all whole......... ....lbs...} 145,538 224,573

other ports, $4,346,643. The following were the leading articles of export for 1876 and 1875 :

* Hides, coal, paper-materials, etc.

The receipts of domestic produce at New York, for the years 1876 and 1875, have been as follows:

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It is the largest exportation the country ever enjoyed, and is $130,000,000 more than in 1872. The balance in favor of the United States in 1876 was $226,000,000. The table shows that the products of the farms and of the soil constitute five-sixths of the whole amount of exports, and that the American position in the trade of the world is, in the main, simply that of a great agricultural nation. CONGREGATIONALISTS. The following is a summary of the statistics of the Congregational churches in the United States for 1875, *they are given in the Congregational Quarterly for January, 1876:

The number of licentiates was 258; number of baptisms of adults, 8,743; of baptisms of infants, 5,184; total number of persons in Sunday-schools, 401,838; amount of charitable contributions (2,418 churches reporting), $1,241,014.39; amount of home expenditures (1,020 churches reporting), $1,388,446.74.

The following is a summary of the statistics of the Congregational theological seminaries in the United States for the year 1875-'76:

- o : ... 3 seminariES. à f # i : ă - - = #| ||##| #| # Andover........ -------- ------ 7 || 2 || 4 || 61 80,000 Bangor.. ----------- 5 || 0 || 0 | 89 15,000 Chicago......... -------------- 5 || 1 2 83 5,500 Hartford............ . . . . . . . . . . 5 5 0 | 16 7,000 New Haven................... 7 || 4 || 2 | 96 || College Oakland....................... 2 || 5 || 0 || 8 2,000 Oberlin................ -------- 5 || 5 || 1 || 50 | College Total................. .....s 36 so 980s

The annual meeting of the American Congreational Union was held in New York City, ay 12th. The treasurer reported that his total receipts for the year ending May 1st had been $46,816.94, which with the balance of $3,580, which was in the treasury at the begin

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