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DOMESTIC EXPORTS OF THE UNITED STATES.

The following table exhibits tlie value of the exports of domestic products, except yold and silver, during the years (ended June SO) 1900, 1901 and 1902.

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Drugs, chemicals, medicines, acids and dye-stuffs

Furs and fur skins

Agricultural Implements

Carriages, cars, other vehicles, and parts of

Sugar—retineu ,g

brown sugar and molasses

Tallow

Naval stores (resin, turpentine, tar and pitch). .

Sewing machines, and parts of

Fruits, green and dry

Metals, and manufactures of

Copper, and manufactures of

Distilled spirits

Paper and stationery

Clocks, watches, and parts of

Ordnance and ordnance stores

Hides and skins, other than fur;;

Musical Instruments

Fancy goods, including perfumery and toilet sour

Manures (fertilizers;

Quicksilver

Books and other publications

Glass and glassware

Wearing apparel, Including hats, cups and bonne

Ginseng

Fibers, vegetable and textile grasses and man'frsof

Soap

Mathematical, philosophical and optical instr'mts .
Tndta rubber and gutta perciia. and man'f i s of...

Marble, and manufactures of

Ale, beer and porter

Hair, and manufactures of

Paints and painters' colors

Wool, and man'frsof. except wearing apparel —

Pnlnt ings and statuary

.Starch

Fish

All other commodities

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Total value of exports of domestic merchandise $1,355,481,861 tl.460,453.809 I 11.370.476.158

Note.—Carried in cars and other land vehicles *ll >,907.i>30

Carried in American vessels—steam i 68,570,114

Carried In American vessels—sailing 12,513,413 81,083,527

Carried In foreign vessels—steam 1.09>,209.5(i.>

Carried in foreign vessels-sailing 60,161,199 1.108,430.704 IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE INTO THE UNITED

STATES.

The following table exhibits the value of imports of merchandise during 1900, 1901 and 1902—the years ended June 50.

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45.080,799
48.220.193
23.575.613
1.880.717
622.814
20.428.975
32.744.289
19.584.612
11.014.981
29.228.302
2.049.008
18.159.021
11.S86.302
11.544.508
18.769.463
9.700.405
9.407,418
9.613.882
11.019.65s
4.846.438
2O.425.730
7.223.343
3.770.088
5V5.441
4.478.774
3.791.778
8.039.961
3.304.510
7.090.468
1.679.093
1.680.048
3.361.961
3.563.046
7.876,770
2.366.431
5.247.031
4,002,160
1.078.798
4.0:18,919
630,767
991.313
1.487.122

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48,270.046 57,926.998 23,896.175 1.646.274 450,269 24.274,542 31.556.638 19.258,575 10.557,741 32.373,558 1.802.200 18.192.042 13.291.997 10.374,843 15.660.656 9.654,765 S.639.589 8,707.235 12,056,868 4,911.978 14,237.190 5.124,125 5.667.408 592.049 4.537.979 3.570.773 5.938.287 2.008.891 6.817,678 1.400,111 2,694.190 2,094,520 3,401.255 7.640.717 1.9516.821 4.427.134 3.794.373 862.462 1.790 915 621,806 1,090.520 1.437.998

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Note.—Total value of dutiable merchandise $506,508,297

Total value of merchandise free of duty 396,818,774

Total value pf Imports of merchandise $903,327,071

Brought In cars and other land vehicles 55,376,317

Brought in American vessels, steam 88,725,003

sail 14,453.103

- 158,555.023

Brought In foreign vessels, steam 726,610,054

sail 18,101,994

Total , 903,327,071 EXPORTS OF BREADSTUFFS TO EUROPE.

Hie following statement exhibits the total exports of flour, wheat, corn and rye from the United States to Europe, annually, since 1856 (ceilcideitions being made for the years ended August 31 to 1SC9, and since that date for the years ended June SO):

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The total exports to all foreign countries, of flour, wheat, corn, oats, rye and barky, as reported by the Bureau of Statistics at Washington, for the last seven years, ended June SO, were as follows:

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