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Statement showing the receipts from the several general sources of revenue for the years endinga

June 30, 1869. July 31, 1809. Aug. 31, 1869 Sept. 30, 1869. Oct. 31, 1869. Nov. 30, 1869. Dec. 31, 1869. Jan. 31, 1870. Feb. 28, 1870. Mar. 31, 1870. April 30, 1870. May 31, 1870.

$15,026,401 74 $46,316.552 87 $15,680,565 44 $46.581.253 87 $47.265.439 25 $19,039.254 13 $50,069,610 41 $50,720,282 38 $51,538.039 53 $53.117,025 07 $52.990,086 20 $54 571.871 49 Tobacco

23,430.707 57 21,6:34,783 09 25.809,646 66 27.241.593 90 28.3833 905 45 29.256.702 16 29,178,936 78 29,325.611 08 29.876.368 15 30.277,504 47 30,532,728 32 30.822.28 63 Fermented liquors 6,099,879 54 6,047.015 45 6,054.218 02 6,052.781 50 6.015,219 961 6,119,032 89 6045,383 68 6,058,156 54 6,064,876 95 6,095,049 26 6,130,428 49 6,134.336 75 Banks and bankers

3,335.516 52 3 512.619 55 3.606,511 25 3.604 643 29 3.685.877 59 3.748.653 76 3,800,782 85 3.923,016 01 3.974,775 58 4,104,086 73 4,211.381 48 4.237.308 25 Gross receipts.......... 6,300,998 82 6,366.686 90 6,402,907 00 6,504,CO 66 6,527,512 01 6,589.774 09 6 (31.934 31 6,691.924 40 6,704.227 48 6,806,874 01 6,807,597 32 6.828 197 33 Sales

*8,206,839 03 8,383,564 83 8,484,278 64 8.503.543 51 8,587,421 73 8,705,785 35 8,762.956 09 8,811,310 21 8,762,823 16 8,817,362 90 8,795,208 19 8,782,429 76 Special taxes not else

where enumerated. 8.801, 54 671 8,892.468 56 9,014,096 23 9.106.772 37 9.189.369 18 9,262.870 62 9,308,035 46 9.352 591 92 9,377,541 24 9.425,066 39 9.428.034 45 9,553,655 50 Income, includ'g salaries 34,791,855 81 36,047.965 00 36.516.638 41 36.890,671 69 37.141.522 54 37,338,641 40 37,570,746 51 37,695.863 88 38,000 972 53 37,9950.180 34 38,539,478 19 37,123,899 19 Legacies.

1.244,837 011 1.248 204 91 1 276,9.033 1.30,937 23 1.417,500 45 1.454.221 04 1,523,523 36 1,612 191 58 1.609,070 97 1.619,606 97 1.636.863 56 1.647,728 07
Successions..
1,189,756 22 1,180 402 90 1,181,121 22 1,202,355 19 1,229.829 29 1,270,903 96 1.325.842 98

1,393.137 41 1,423.399 06 1,363,212 96 1,374.112 40 1,414,378 33
Articles in schedule A.. 882.800 731 885.464 30 892.027 80 894,553 03 894.340 76 894 880 98 894,841 26 893 569 38 892.482 57 891 939 56 893,396 20 877.922 81
Passports......

29.4530 23 346 00 23,391 00 23.371 00 23,114 00 26,559 00 27.734 00 23.789 00 2.3.000.00 23.6.34 00 21.999 001 22,736 00
Gas....

2,116,005 82 2,137,110 70 2,133,883 41 2,165,728 53 2,176,905 17 2,200,161 46 2,215,976 27 2,246,859 81 2,278,079 57 2,282,637 44 2,303,416 57 2,306,021 71
Sources not elsewhere
enumerated. ......

1,284,978 98 832.371 52 685,388 46 579,264 89 551.879 60 526,854 39 447,282 80 470.107 92 493.238 871 618.889 16 608.908 34 593.079 24
Penalties

877,083 79 771.849 47 703.491 95 701,496 33 673,157 24 709,073 96 696,392 64 692.501 77 702,321 38 662,638 76 037,790 95 815,776 90 Net receipts from stamps 15,505,493 01 15,619,281 47 15,711,668 97 15.796,699 47 15,701,030 50 15,829,332 76 15,882,306 80 15,923,065 14 15.894.359 16 15,768.557 51 15,718 125 35 15,663,364 18 Total

159,124,127 29 162,898,778 15 164,176,806 79 167,216,173 53 169,509,024 73 172,933,301 95 174,382,286 83 175,833,972 43 177,617,576 20 179,824,865 53 180,638,555 01 181,394,914 14

Statement showing the aggregate of certificates of de

posit received at the office of internal revenue for each month during the fiscal years ending June 30, 1869 and 1870.

Estimate of the annual reduction in internal

revenue by the act approved July 14, 1870.

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Fiscal year 1870. $21,583,359 34 15,015,396 81 13.022.303 87 12.056,399 77 13,145,569 70 11,719.642 56 12,496.692 48 12,115,566 39 12.735,195 70 13.545,885 92 21,164,996 07 25,431,939 42

Source of income.
In special taxes.........
In gross receipts...
In sales......
In income.
In legacies...
In successions.
In articles in schedule A.
In passports............
In stamps...

Amount.
... $10,674,000

6,784,000
8,804,000
23,700,000
1,619,000
1,364,000
892,000

25,000
1,350,00

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REVENUE RECEIPTS AND REDUCTIONS.

SOURCES OF REVENUE.

Spirits

Fiscal year 1869.

$16,990,649 92
13,899.385 70

9,760,796 29
10,092,335 34

9,641.301 63
10,201,800 33
11,127.801 66
10,272,257 89
11.512.002 47
12,060,053 91
20,642,280 00
22,088,470 99

July
August.
September.
October 2.......
November..
December
January.
February
March
April
May
June.....

Total.

158,289,139 13

184 032,948 03

Total

55,212,000

By statute of July 14, 1870....

65,000,000

plicht bearing loterest in Coin us.

1. 1870.-Confluun

When Redeemable or Payable.

Accrued In

terest.

When payable.

Payable after 15 years from January 1,

1859.
Payable after 10 years from January 1,

1861.
Payable after December 31, 1880..
Redeemable 20 years from July 1, 1861.
Payable at option of Government, after

20 years from June 30, 1861.
$15,063,700 Redeemable after

5 and payable 20 years
from May 1, 1862.
Payable after June 30, 1881.
Redeemable after 10 and payable 40 years

from March 1, 1864.
752,400 Redeemable after 5 and payable 20 years

from November 1, 1864. 16,488,150 Redeemable after 5 and payable 20 years

from November 1, 1864. 9,713,450 Redeemable after 5 and payable 20 years

from November 1, 1865. 47,740,750 Redeemable after 5 and payable 20 years

from July 1, 1865. 28,926,650 Redeemable after 5 and payable 20 years

from July 1, 1807. 2,744,000 Redeemable after 5 and payable 20 years

from July 1, 1868. 121,429,100

Interest due and unpaid.....

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Debt bearing Interest in Lawful Money.

Interest only applicable to payment of pensions

$277,993 57 Annually or on redemp

tion of certificate.
210,000 00 January and July.
487,993 57

TITOO

Authorizing Acts.

Character of

issue.

Rate of In- Registered.

terest.

Coupon.

Total out-
standing.

Purchased by

Treasury.

$20,000,000

$14,750,000

948,000

7,022,000

5,174,000

18,415,000

945,000

945.000

70,936,800

June 14, 1859...... Bonds.

5 per cent..

$5,250,000 June 22, 18CO.......

Bonds.......

5 per cent.. 6,074,000
February 8, 1861.. Bonds, 1881...... 6 per cent.. 13,241,000
March 2, 1861 Bonds, (Ore- 6 per cent..

gon,) 1881.
July 17 and Au- Bonds, 1881..... 6 per cent.. 118,381,300

gust 5, 1851.
February 25, 1862.. Bonds, (5-20's).. 6 per cent.. 129,752,500
March 3, 1863.... Bonds, 1881.... 6 per cent.. 51,519,550
March 3, 1864.. Bonds, (10-40's) 5 per cent. 129,578,450
March 3, 1864. Bonds, (5-20's).. 6 per cent.. 3,882,500
June 30, 1864....... Bonds, (5-20's).. 6 per cent.. 72,452,850
March 3, 1865...... Bonds, (5 20's).. 6 per cent. 67,268,550

189,318,100
514,771,600

385,019,100

23,480,450

75,000,000
194,567,300

3,882.500
125,561,300
203,327,250
332,998,950

64,988,850

53,108,450
136,058,700
211,335,400

March 3, 1865..

March 3, 1865.

Bonds, (5-20's).. 6 per cent.. 121,663,550
Bonds, (5-20's). 6 per cent.. 109,185,200
Bonds, (5-20's).. 6 per cent.. 11,728,500

270,417,150

379,002,350

March 3, 1865.

30,810,850

42,539,350

Aggregate of debt bearing interest in coin... | 839,977,950 1,267,972,750

2,107,950,700

$45,545,000 00

On demand

March 2, 1867, and Certificates.........

3 per cent July 25, 1868. July 23, 1868.... Navy Pension Fund.) 3 per cent ....

Aggregate of debt bearing interest in lawful money..

14,000,000 00

59,515,000 00

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REVENUE RECEIPTS AND REDUCTIONS.

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STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1870.–Continued.

Debt on which Interest has ceased since maturity.

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STATEMENT 0: THE PUBLIU VRBI berinte terest in Coin.ES, JULY 1, 1870.-Continued.

Recapitulation.

March 3, 1863..
July 17, 1862...
March 3, 1863.

4,476,995 87
3,273,191 03
10,666,556 52
21,461,941 06

(1st series.. Fractional cur- 2d series ...

3d series...

4th series.. r gold deposited..

39,878,684 48

34.547. 120 m

Debt bearing interest in coin :

Bonds at 5 per cent..
Bonds at 6 per cent.......

Debt bearing interest in lawful money:

Certificates at 3 per cent.
Navy pension fund, at 3 per cent..

45,545,000 00
14,000,000 00

Debt on which interest has ceased since maturity.
Debt bearing no interest:

Demand and legal-tender notes....
Fractional currency.
Certificates of gold deposited..

356,106.256 00
39,878.684 43
34,547,120 00

430.532.060 48

Total debt, principal and interest, to date, including interest due and unpaid..........

Amount in Treasury:

Coin
Currency:
Sinking fund, in United States coin interest bonds, and accrued interest thereon..
Other United States coin interest bonds purchased, and accrued interest thereon.

$112,776.048 88

28.915.007 19
37,695.191 03
89,537,776 91

Decrease of debt since March 1, 1870. REVENUE RECEIPTS AND REDUCTIONS.

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STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1870.-Continued.

Bonds issued to the Pacific Railroad Companies, Interest payable in Lawful Money.

When redeemable or Interest payable. Interest ac- Interest paid Interest repaid Balance of inter-
payable.

crued and by United by transportat'n est paid by Uni-
not yet paid. States, of mails, &c. ted States.

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Authorizing acts.

Character of issue.

Rate of in- Amount out

terest. standing.

$812,250 00

189,090 00

48,849 60

770,605 78

July 1, 1862, and July Bonds, (Union Pacific 6 per cent.. $27,075,000 00 Payable 30 years from January 1 and 2, 1864. Company.)

date.

July 1.
July 1, 1862, and July Bonds, (Kansas Pa- 6 per cent.. 6,303,000 00 Payable 30 years from January 1 and
2, 1864.
cific, late U. P., E.

date.

July 1.
D.)
July 1, 1862, and July Bonds, (Sioux City 6 per cent.. 1,628,320 00 Payable 30 years from January 1 and
2, 1864.
and Pacific.)

date.

July 1.
July 1, 1862, and July Bonds, (Central Pa-6 per cent.. 25,881,000 00 Payable 30 years from January 1 and
2, 1864.
cific.)

date.

July 1.
July 1, 1862, and July Bonds,(Cent'l Branch 6 per cent. 1,600,000 00 Payable 30 years from January 1 and
2, 1864.
Union Pacific, as.

date.

July 1.
signees of Atchison

and Pike's Peak.)
July 1, 1862, and July Bonds, (Western Pa-6 per cent.. 1,970,000 00 Payable 30 years from January 1 and
2, 1864.
cific.)

date.

July 1.
Total issued

64,457,320 00

48,000 00

57,966 40

1,926,761 78

6,879,832 51

2,145,788 16

4,734,014 35

The foregoing is a correct statement of the public debt, as appears from the books and Treasurer's returns in the department at the close of business on the last day of June, 1870.

GEORGE S. BOUTWELL,

Secretary of the Treasury.

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