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EXPORTS OF HOG PRODUCTS.

Weekly exports of hog products from the principal Atlantic jjorts during 1902. (Compiled by Win. H. Trafltm.)

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COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE COMMERCE

Through St. Mary's Falls Canals, Mich., for tlie seasons oj
1901 and 1902.

(Compiled by Major W. H. Bixby, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.)

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The United Stales canal was opened April 5, and closed December 16. 1002—season 256 days.

The Canadian canal was opened April 1, and closed December 20, 1902—season 284 days. The United States canal was open to navigation during the season of 11100, 238 days; and the Canadian canal 238 days.

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STATE VALUATIONS OF PROPERTY FOR TAXATION

In the State or Illinois, from ISM to 1902, inclusive; also the public debt of the

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Note.—Up to 1850 only the aggregate valuations in the several counties were reported to the State officers, and from 1852 to 1857, Inclusive, a few counties returned only the aggregates: hence the details of real estate and personal property valuations are not complete for those years. In 1867 and 1868 the details of valuation are not entirely correct, owing- to changes by the operation of the equalization law. Since 1868 the valuations are as equalized. The total valuations in each of tho several years are correct and official.

The valuations for 1873 as equalized are largely In excess of any previous year. In 1874 some changes were made in the manner of equalizing the assessments, resulting in reducing all the 1 valuations, especially those of railroad property.

The State debt, as noted, represents It as it stood on the 1st of January In each of the several years to 1869; in I860 and 1870, as it stood December 1; in 1871, as it stood December 31; from 187S to 1879, as it stood December 1.

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