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FOREST RESERVES IN THE UNITED STATES.

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ARIZONA.

Proclamation. Acres. Baboquivari....

..... Nov. 5, 1906 126,720 Black Mesa....

.....June 30, 1906 2,030, 240 Chiricahua.....

..... Nov. 5, 1906 287,520 Dragoon........

.....May 25, 1907 67,200 Grand Canyoni..

Aug. 8, 1906 2,257,920 Huachuca

...... Nov. 6, 1906 314,125 Mount Grabam..... .......July 22, 1902* 140,880 Pinal mountains.... ....... March 20, 1905 45, 760 Prescott.............

......Oct. 21, 1899 423, 680 San Francisco mountains.. April 12, 1902 1,975,310 Santa Catalina.. .......July 2, 1902 155,520 Santa Rita .......... .. April 11, 1902 496,100

......Oct. 3, 1905 1,115,200 Tumacacori.....

...... Nov. 7, 1906 203,550 Total ........

9,422, 125 LIFORNIA. Diamond mountain..........Oct. 15, 1906 650,097 Inyo......

........ May 25, 1907 214,400 Klamath.....

..... May 6, 1905 1,896,313 Lassen peak.

......June 2, 1905 897,115 Modoc........

..... Nov, 29, 1904 288, 218 Monterey.....

......June 25, 1906 355,195 Pinnacles.

......July 18, 1906 14, 108 Plumas.........

...March 27, 1905 785,620 San Bernardino.. .......Feb. 25, 1893* 737, 120 San Gabriel...... ......Dec. 20, 1892* 555,395 San Jacinto..

... ...Feb. 14, 1907 1,751,439 San Luis Obispo. .....June 25, 1906 363,350 Santa Barbara... .......Oct. 3, 1906 1,982,100 Shasta............

.... Sept. 24, 1906 1,523,770 Sierra...........

.July 25, 19057 5,049,934 Stanislaus....

Sept. 7, 1906 1,296,800 Stony creek..... ....... Feb. 6, 1907, 883,405 Tahoe?....

.Sept. 17, 1906 1,394,772 Trabuco canyon... ......Jan. 30, 1899 109,920 Trinity ..............

....... April 26, 1905 1,243,042 Warner mountains. ...... Nov. 29, 1904 306,518 Total ..........

.22,278,631 COLORADO. Battlement mesa... .........June 5, 1905 797,720 Cochetopah.....

.....June 13, 1905 1,133,330 Fruita.......

..Feb. 24, 1905

7,650 Gunnison.......

...May 12, 1905 901,270 Holy Cross....

March 1, 1907 1,061,280 La Sals...

.Jan. 25, 1906 29,502 Las Animas4.

March 1, 1907 196,140 Leadville

May 12, 1905 1,219,947 Medicine Bow!.

March 2, 1907 1,346, 155 Montezuma..

March 2, 1907 1,612,146 Ouray.........

..Feb. 2, 1907 273, 175 Park range...

... March 1, 1907 1.133,686 Pike's peak...

....... May 2, 1905 1,681,667 San Isabel...

........ June 12, 1905 321,227 San Juan........

... March 2, 1907 2,203,918 Uncompahgre... ..... March 1, 1907 619,428 Wet mountains. ......June 12, 1905 239,621 White river......

..May 21, 1904 970.880 Total ........

..15,748,772

IDAHO. Bear river.

. May 28, 1906 415, 360 Bitter root?

......May 22, 1905 3,860,960 Big Holes..

..... March 1, 1907 304,140 Caribouo..

......Jan. 15, 1907 733.000 Cabinet 10

..... March 2. 1907 494,560 Cassia.....

.....June 12, 1905 326,160 Caur d'Alene.

....... Nov. 6, 1906 2,331,280 Henrys Lake..

......May 23, 1905 798,720 Kootenaiii.

....... Nov. 5, 1906 165, 242 Lemhi...

.....Nov. 5, 1906 1,344.800 Palouse.....

... March 2, 1907 194,104 Payette....

........ June 3, 1905 1,460,960 Port Neuf..

...... March 2, 1907 · 99,508 Pocatello...

.Sept. 5, 1903 49,920 Priest river1

..... March 2, 1907 815,100 Raft river13

.. Nov. 5, 1906 293,044 Salmon river.

..Nov. 5. 1906 1,879,680 Sawtooth ....

.. Nov. 6, 1906 3,340,160 Weiser.....

March 2, 1907 1,126,429 Yellowstone1

..March 2, 1907 303.000 Total

.20,336,427

KANSAS.

Proclamation. Acres. Garden City... .........July 25, 1905 97,280

MONTANA. Big Belt.....

March 1, 1907 641,460 Big Holes

...... March 1. 1907 1,612,960 Bitter Root7.

..May 22, 1905 691,920 Cabinet 10....

.... March 2, 1907 1,566,400 Crazy mountains ...... Aug. 10. 1906 234,760 Elkhorn.......

.....May 12, 1905 186, 240 Ekalaka.......

.Nov. 5, 1906 33,808 Gallatin...

March 7, 1906 888, 660 Helena.......

April 12, 1906 782,160 Hell Gate..

Sept. 14, 1906 1,582,400 Highwood mountains .Dec, 12, 1903 45,080 Kootenaiii.

.Nov. 5, 1906 887,360 Lewis and Clark

March 2, 1907 5,541,180 Little Belt...

...... Feb. 15, 1907 1,053,160 Lolo...............

........ Nov. 6, 1906 1,211, 680 Long Pine........

Sept. 24, 1906 111, 445 Little Rockies..

March 2, 1907 31,000 Madison........

........Oct, 3, 1905 958,300 Missoula.......

...... Nov. 6, 1906 194,430 Otter.....

March 2, 1907 590, 720 Pryor mountains. ...... Nov. 6, 1906 78.720 Snowy mountains.... .. Nov. 5, 1906 126,080 Yellowstonel4..

March 2, 1907

1,352,240 Total

..20,402,663 NEBRASKA. Dismal river....

. April 16, 1902 85,123 Niobrara......

April 16, 1902 123,779 North Platte..

. March 10, 1906 347,170 Total

556,072 NEVADA. Charleston.

..Nov. 5, 1906 149,165 Independence..

... Nov. 5, 1906 135,019 Monitor........

.. April 15, 1907 571,000 Ruby mountains

.......May 3, 1906 423,660 Tahoe 2

.Sept. 17, 1906 59,115 Toiyabe.....

.... March 1, 1907 625.040 Toquima....

....... April 15, 1907 386.000 Total ............................. 2,248,999

NEW MEXICO. Big Burros...

.Feb. 6, 1907 161, 710 Gallinas....

....... Nov. 5, 1906 78,532 Gila..........

..July 21, 1905 2,823,900 Gaudalupe....

April 19, 1907 283,840 Jemez....

4. ... ... Nov. 7, 1906 1,460,245 Lincoln......

June 25, 1906 627,136 Las Animas+.

March 1, 1907

480 Magdalena..

..... Nov. 5, 1906 153,900 Manzano......

....... Nov. 6, 1906 459,726 Mount Taylor.

.....Oct. 5, 1906 110,525 Pecos river....

..... May 27, 1898* 430,880 Peloncillo......

..... Nov. 5, 1906 178,977 Sacramento..

April 24, 1907 851,840 San Mateo.....

..... Nov. 5, 1906 424,663 Taos.........

Nov. 7, 1906 233,200

.. 8,279,584 OKLAHOMA. Wichita 15.....

..........May 29, 1906 60,800

OREGON. Ashland..

..... March 2, 1907 172,800 Blue mountains...... ....... March 2, 1907 3,603,920 Bull Run...

....... June 17, 1892 142,080 Cascade..!

... ... March 2, 1907 5,886,840 Coquille.

...... March 2, 1907 148,317 Fremont..

.Sept. 17, 1906 1,235, 720 Goose lake

. Aug. 21, 1906 630,000 Heppner...

.....July 18, 1906 292,176 Imnaha......

March 1, 1907 1,750,240 Siskiyou......

March 1, 1907 1,132,582 Tillamook....

March 2, 1907 175,518 Umpqua....

March 2, 1907 798,400 Wenaha16.

. March 1, 1907 494,942 Total ....

.16,463,535

H DAKOTA. Black Hills 17.

.... Sept. 19, 1898*† 1,163, 160 Cave Hills..... ....... March 5, 1904 23,360 Short Pine.....

July 22, 1905 19,040 Slim Buttes...

..March 5, 1904 58,160 Total

.. 1,263,720

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UTAH.

Proclamation. Acres. Proclamation. Acres.

Alexander Archipelago..... Aug. 20, 1902 4,506,240 Aquarius.... .......Oct. 23, 1903 639,000 Total .....

... 4,909,989 Bear river ....... May 28, 1906 267,920

PORTO RICO. Beaver......

.Jan. 24, 1906 285,930

Sept. 25, 1905
Dixie........

465, 920
Luquillo...

........Jan. 17, 1903 65,950 Fillmore...

... ... May 19, 1906 399,600 | Grand total 159 national forests........150,819,105 Fish lake.

......Jan. 22, 1906 264,320 Glenwood.....

....... Feb. 6, 1907 173,896 *Minor modifications by executive order since Grantsville.

........ May 7, 1904 68,960 date listed. La Sal3.

.......Jan. 25, 1906 128,960 Minor modifications by act of congress since Manti....

Jan. 18. 1906 785,920 date listed. Monticello.

...... Feb. 6, 1907 214.270 1 Game preserve created in the Grand Canyon Payson......

.....July 21, 1905 167,280 National forest by proclamation Nov. 28, 1906. Raft river13

...... Nov. 5, 1906 117,203 2 Total of Tahoe in California- and Nevada=1,453,Salt lake...

... May 26, 1904 95,440 887 acres. Sevier......

....Jan. 17, 1906 710,920 3 Total of La Sal in Colorado and Utab=158,462 Uinta 18

....Oct. 6, 1906 2,187,550 acres. Vernon.....

... April 24, 1906 68,800 Total of Las Animas in Colorado and New MexWasatch....

.. Aug. 16, 1906 85,140 ico=196,620 acres. Total ....

. 7,127,339

5 Total of Medicine Bow in Colorado and Wyo

ming=1,929,519 acres. WASHINGTON.

Total of Bear river in Idaho and Utah=683,280 Colville...... ....... March 1, 1907

acres. 869,520

7Total of Bitter Root in Idaho and Montana= Olympic..... ...... March 2, 1907 1,594,560

4,552,880 acres. Priest river12.

. March 2, 1907 406,520 Rainier.......

Total of Big Hole in Idaho and Montana= ....... March 2, 1907 2,565,760

1,917,100 acres. Washington.... .March 2, 1907 6,310,740

Total of Caribou in Idaho and Wyoming=740 Wenaha16.... March 1, 1907 318,400

740 acres, Total

.12,065,500 10 Total of Cabinet in Idaho and Montana=2,060.

960 acres. WYOMING.

11 Total of Kootenai in Idaho and Montanar Big Horn.... .........Dec. 23, 1904 1,151,680 1,052,602 acres. Bear Lodge...

...... March 1, 1907 136,784 '12 Total of Priest river in Idaho and Washington Black hills 17.

. . . . . Sept. 19, 1898** 46,440 =1,221, 620 acres. Caribou.

..Jan. 15, 1907 7.740 13 Total of Raft river in Idaho and Utah=410,247 Crow creek....

.....Oct. 10, 1900* 56,320 acres. Medicine Bow 5

March 2, 1907 583,364 14 Total of Yellowstone in Idaho, Montana and Sierra Madre... ....... Nov. 5, 1906 370,911 Wyoming=8,317,880 acres. Uinta 18.. ......Oct. 6, 1906

4,596 15 Game preserve created in the Wichita National Yellowstone14..

March 2, 1907 6.662.610 forest by proclamation June 2, 1905. Total

... 9,020,479

16 Total of Wenaha in Oregon and Washington=

813,342 acres. Total 150 national forests in U. S.......142,972,855 17 Total of Black hills in South Dakota and WyALASKA.

oming=1,209,600 acres.

18 Total of Uinta in Utah and Wyoming=2,192,146 A fognak.....

..Dec. 24, 1892 403,640 | acres.

WHAT TRAVELERS MAY TAKE TO AMERICA.

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[From United States treasury department circular.] All persons on-their arrival in the United States personal effects taken a broad by him as baggage, are required to make a declaration under oath of provided they have not been remodeled or improved all dutiable articles obtained by them abroad upon

a broad so as to increase their value, and in addi

tion thereto articles purchased or otherwise oba blank furnished by the government to passengers

tained abroad of a total value not exceeding $100. on incoming vessels. This declaration will be veri

Such articles may be for the use of the person fied on the pier by careful examination of the bringing them or for others, but not for sale. All contents of packages.

articles obtained abroad, whether exempt from The senior member of a family may include all duty or otherwise, should be declared, and an the members thereof in the declaration.

allowance of $100 for articles obtained abroad will As far as possible keep your original receipted be made by the deputy collector upon the pier. bills for all important purchases made abroad.

The law expressly forbids the importation into Each person is entitled to bring in fifty cigars the United States of garments made in whole or in or 300 cigarettes for his own use. All in excess part of the skins of prohibited fur seals, and unof this and less than 3,000 are liable to seizure. less the Owner is able to establish by competent

Duties will be assessed at the foreign market evidence, and to the satisfaction of the collector', values at the time of exportation. A failure to either that the garments were purchased prior to declare dutiable articles will render the same lia Dec. 29, 1897, or that the animal from which the ble to confiscation and you to criminal prosecution, skin was taken was captured elsewhere than in

It is unlawful for customs officers to receive any prohibited waters, entry will not be allowed. "tip" and to offer the same is a violation of law. Residents who desire to take sealskin garments A resident of the United States returning there abroad may have the same registered with the colto is entitled to bring with him, free of duty, | lector.

THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS DIAMONDS.

Name.
Carats. I Name.

Carats.
Cullinan

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Imperatrice Eugenie ... 51 D'Angleterre (b]

4414

Kohinoor (ist cutting).. 279 Etoile Polaire .......... 40

Kohinoor (2d cutting).. 106 1-16 Etoile du Sud ...

Loterie d'Angleterre ... 49 Grand Duc de Toscane. 133.16 Nassak ................... 785% Great Mogul ., .. 279 3-18 | Orloff .......

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[From reports of forest service bureau, U. S. department of agriculture.)

FOREST AREAS.
Private and

Private and upreserved

unreserved Total wood-National State public

Total wood-National State public ed area. forests. forests. forests.

ed area. forests. forests. forests. State. Acres. Acres. Acres. Acres. State.

Acres. Acres. Acres. Acres. Alabama .... 24,512,000

24,512.000 Nevada ..... 3,904,000 *2,348,999 .... 1,555,001 Arizona ..... 16,000,000 9,463,725 6,356,275 N.Hampshire 3,328,000

3,328,000 Arkansas ... 28,800,000 ......... 28,800,000 New Jersey.. 2,069,760

2.067,960 California .. 28,608,000 *21,902,931 6,705,069 New Mexico. 15, 168,000

7,830,436 Colorado .... 21,440,000 15,748, 722 5,691,278 New York... 11,968,000 .........

1,439,988 10,528,012 Connecticut.. 1,216,000 1.360 1,214,640 N. Carolina.. 22,592.000

22,592,000 Delaware ... 448,000 448,000 N. Dakota... 384,000

384,000 Florida ..... 24, 128,000 24, 128,000 Ohio ........ 5,952,000

5,952,000 Georgia ..... 26,880,000 26,880,000 Oklahoma .. 2,816,000 60,800

2,755,200 Idaho ....... 22,400,000 *20,336 2,063,573 Oregon ..... 34,752,000 *16,463,535

18,288,465 Illinois ...... 6,528,000 6,528,000 Pennsylvania 14,848,000

820 14,028,000 Indiana 6,912,000 6,910,919 Rhode Island 256,000

256,000 Indian Ter.. 12,800,000 12,800,000 S. Carolina.. 13,120,000

13,120,000 Iowa ........ 4,480,000 4.480,000 S. Dakota... 1,600,000 1,263,720

326,280 Kansas ..... 3,648,000 3,550,720 Tennessee.. 17,472,000

17,472,000 Kentucky ... 14,208,000 14, 208.000 Texas ....... 40,960,000

40,960,000 Louisiana ... 18,112,000

18,112,099 Utah ........ 6,400,000 7,119,472 Maine ...... 15,168,000 15,168,000 Vermont .... 2,496,000

2,496,990 Maryland ... 2,816,000 2,812,500 Virginia .... 14,976,000

14,976,000 · Massachusetts 2,688,000 2,688,000 Washington. 30,528.000 *12,065,500

18,462,500 Michigan ... 24,320,000 39,000 24,281,000 W. Virginia. 11,776,000

11,776,000 Minnesota .. 33, 408,000 21,000 33,387,000 Wisconsin .. 20,320,000

3 20,065,937 Mississippi .. 20,672,000

20,672.000 Wyoming ... 8,000,000 9,020,475 Missouri .... 26,240,000

26,240,000 Montana .... 26,880,000 20,528,263

6,351,737 Total ......700,469,760 144,313,485 2,582,711 554,313,511 Nebraska ... 1,472,000 556,072

915,928

* Approximate area. Total national and state forests, 146,896,196 acres, equal to 21 per cent of the total wooded area.

ANXUAL OUTPUT OF FOREST PRODUCTS.
Quantity. Valne.

Quantity. Value. Lumber ........board feet 35,000,000,000 $560,000,000 Pulp wood...........cords 3,000,000 $15,000,000 Firewood ........... cards 100,000,000. 350,000,000 | Timber exp'd (unsa wed)

10,000,000 Shingles and lath......

30.000,000 Mine timber, posts, poles Hewed cross-ties......... 70,000,000 30,000,000 and other products.... .

30,000,000 Cooperage stock......

25,000.000 Turpentine and rosin.... 25,000,000 Total ........

.......1,075,000,000 LUMBER CUT 1880-1906.

Estimated
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total cut,
1880.
1890.
1900.
1905.

1880-1906. State.

M b'rd ft. M bird ft. 'M b'rd ft. M b'rd ft. Mb'rd ft. Pct. Alabama

251,851 586,143 1,096,539 1,243,988 19,625,000 2.8 Arkansas ...

172,503 526,091 1,595.933 1,680,536 23,932,000 3.4 California ..

304,795 515,823 734,232 1,077,499 15,789,000 Colorado

63,792 79,906 133,746 141,914 2,614,000 Connecticut

64,427 48,277 107.594

69,376 1.874,000 Florida 247,627 411,436 788,905 812,693 14,802,000

2.0 Georgia

451,788 572,970 1,308.610 1.135,910 21,865.000 3.1 Idaho

18,204 27.800

65,331 211,447 1,526,000 Illinois

334,244 218,938 381,584 211,545 7.548,000 Indiana ..

915,943 707,115 977.878 563,853 21,165,000 Iowa ..... 412,578 568.816 351,769 281,521 11,410,000

1.6 Kentucky

305,684 420.820 765.343 586,371 13,618,000 1.9 Louisiana

133, 472 303,591 1,113,423 2,459,327 19,989,000 Maine ......

566,656 564,243 756,515 863,860 17,119,000 Maryland

123.336 81.078 183,393 166,469 3,394,000 Massachusetts

205, 244 208,655 342,058 262,467 6.637,000 .9 Michigan 4,172,572 4, 245, 717 3,012,057 2,006, 670 93,436,000

13.2 Minnesota

563,974 1,079, 403 2,341,619 1,942, 248 38,174,000 5.4 Mississippi

168, 747 452,797 1,202,334 1,727,391 20,173,000 Missouri

399.744 395, 755 715,968 553,940 13,346,000 1.9 Montana .....

21,420 89,511 255,685 236, 430 3,757,000 .5 New Hampshire

292, 267 266.890 562,258 491,591 10,103,000 New Jersey....

109,679 32,285

72,660 44,058 1,585.000 New York..

1,184,220 909,990 874,754 581,976 23,765,000 North Carolina

241,822 509,436 1,278,399 1,318,411 20,486,000 Ohio ...........

910,832 541.076 957,239 420,905 18.886,000

177.171 444,565 734.181 987, 107 14,166,000 Pennsylvania

1,733,841 2,113,267 2,321,284 1,738,972 53,589,000 South Carolina.

185,772 197,940 466,109 609,769 8,466,000 Tennessee

302,673 450,097 939, 463 775,885 15,858,000 2.3 Texas

328,968 839,724 - 1,230,904 1,406, 473 24,109.000 3.4 Vermont

322,942 370.155 365,869 337, 238 9,255,000 1.3 Virginia

315,939 409,804 956.169 949,797 16,176.000 Washington ...

160,176 1,061.560 1,428, 205 2,485,628 30.299.000 4.3 West Virginia

180.112 .299,709 773,583 855.889 12,654,000 1.8 Wisconsin

1,542,021 2,817,200 3,361,943 2,623,157 70.647,000 10.0 All others......

200,317 126,270 226,977 264,854 4,875,000 Total ..........

.18,087.356 23,494,853 34,780,513 34,127,165 706, 712.000 100.0

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ESTIMATES OF STUMPAGE OF THE UNITED STATES.

Census, Hotchkiss, Census, Fernow, Long. Am. Lumber-
1880.

1900.
1902.

1903. man, 1905. Kind of timber.

M board ft. M board ft. M board ft. M board ft. M board ft. M board ft. White pine............

87,755,000
50,000,000

60,000,000 Eastern and northern pine..

55,000,000 Southern yellow pine.......237, 141,500

300,000,000

187,250,000 300,000,000 Eastern spruce....

12,265,000
50,000,000

18,221,000 75.000,000 Eastern hemlock..

20,165,000
100,000,000

56,571,000 100,000,000 Douglas fir...........

300,000,000

260,000,000 350,000,000 Western yellow pine

125,000.000

138,000,000 250,000,000 Cypress ...

*2, 153,600
65,000,000

65,000,000 Redwood

25,825,000
75,000,000

75,000,000 75,000,000 Cedar 22,800,000

27,640,000 Sugar pine.....

25,000,000

50,000.000 Other conifers..... .. 12,500,000

250,000,000 Total conifers. .....420,605,100

1,090,000,000

822,682,000 1.570,000,000 Total hardwoods.. 435,685,000 300,000,000

400,000,000 Region: Northern states.....

100,000,000

500,000,000 Southern states..

300,000,000

700,000,000 Western states..

800,000,000 Pacific states.....

1,000,000,000

.......... Total ..........

......856,290,100 1,400,000.000 1,390,000,000 2,000,000,000 822,682,000 1,970,000,000

*Florida and Alabama only.

COAL PRODUCED IN THE UNITED STATES.

1901.......

Year. Anthracite. Bituminous. 1880.. 28,621,371 38,242,641 1890....... 41,489,858 99,377,073 1893.... 48, 269, 408 114,629, 671 1894..... 46,422,028 106,089.647 1895.......

51,845,103 120,641,244

Year. Anthracite. Bituminous.

60,302,264 201,631,115 1902..... 37,024,582 232,420,340 1903... 66,678,392 252,389,837 1904.

65,382,842 248,738,941 1905.......

69, 405,858 281, 414,882.

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Year. Anthracite. Bituminous.
1896....... 48,594,262 122,893, 104
1897... 47,036,389 131,794,630
1898.... 47,705, 125 148, 742,878
1899

54,030,536 172, 608,917
1900....... 51,309,214 189,566,885
PRODUCTION BY STATES (1905).

Bituminous.
State or ter.

Tons.
Illinois ...............
...

34,316,395
Indiana

10,620,761 Iowa ......

6,070,187 Kansas

5,735,696 Michigan

1,315,367 Missouri

1,467,707 North Dakota.

283.520
Wyoming ..

5,001,804
Total ............... 76,203,757
Pacific-California ..... 72,164
Idaho ....

5,592
Oregon ....

97,894 Utah

189,618

Total .................. 69,405,958

Bituminous. Middle-Maryland .... 4,561, 196 Ohio .....

.... 22,815,134 Pennsylvania ........105,726.462 West Virginia......... 33, 742, 482

Total ........ ...166,845,274 Western Colorado .... 7,835,733

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CRUDE PETROLEUM PRODUCED IN THE UNITED STATES.

Year.
Gallons. , Year.
Gallons. Year.
Gallons. | Year.

Gallons. 1894.. 2,072,469,672 1897..... 2,539,971,672 1900..

2,661,233,568 1903..

4,219,376,154 1895.......... 2,221, 475,592. 1898..........

1901.......... 2,914,346,148 1904... ..... 4,916,663,682 1896. .... 2,560,335,162 | 1899.......... 2,396,975,709 1902....... .., 3,728, 210,472 | 1905..... ... 5,658,138,360

PETROLEUM REFINING IN 1905. Establishments, 98.

Value of products, $175,005,320. Capital, $136,280,541.

Active refineries, 104, of which 43 were in PennSalaried officials, 1,194.

sylvania, 19 in California, 12 in Ohio, 9 in New Wage earners, 16,770.

York, 7 in Texas and 6 in New Jersey.
Cost of materials used, $139,387.213.

PORK-PACKING STATISTICS.
Season from Nov. 1 to March 1.

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AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

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President.

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ors. dents. Adelphi college,* Brooklyn, N. Y................. C. H. Levermore, Ph. D......

80 1,223 Adrian college, Adrian, Mich....

B. W. Anthony, D. D.......

... 15 175 Ag. & Mech. Col. of Texas, * College Station, Te

H. H. Harrington, LL, Di

518 Alabama Polytechnic institute, * Auburn, Ala.... C. C. Thach, M. A., LL. I

600 Albany college, Albany, Ore....

H. M. Crooks.............. Albion college, Albion, Mich......

Hon. Samuel Dickie, LL. I Alfred university, * Alfred, N. Y...

Boothe C. Davis, Ph. D..

300 Allegheny college, Meadville, Pa......

W. H. Crawford, D. D.....

400 Alma college, Alma, Mich..........

A. F. Bruske, M. S., D.

273 American International college, * Springfield. Mas

Rev. S. H. Lee, M. A....

95 American Univ. of Harriman, Harriman, Tenn. James A. Tate, M. A.... Amherst college, * Amherst, Mass......

George Harris, LL. D

475 Amity college, College Springs, Iowa..

Rev. R. T. Campbell,

193 Andover Theological seminary, Andover, Mass. Charles 0. Day, D. D. Antioch college, * Yellow Springs, 0........

S. D. Fess, LL. D.....

167 Arkansas college, Bateville, Ark...........

Eugene R. Long, Ph. D....

180 Armour Institute of Technology, * Chicago, Ill... F. W. Gunsaulus, D. D.,

1,875 Atlanta university,* Atlanta, Ga.....

Horace Bumstead, D. D.... Auburn Theological seminary, Auburn, N.

G. B. Stewart, D. D., LL. D.

62 Augsburg seininary, Minneapolis, Minn.

131 Augustana college, Rock Island, ill....

Gustav Andreen, Ph. D.....

570 Baker university, Baldwin, Kas......

L. H. Murlin, D. D....... Baldwin university, Berea, 0.....

George B. Rogers, A. M., Ph. D

476 Bargard college, * New York, N.

N. M. Butler, LL. D.. Litt. D...

624 Bates college, * Lewiston, Me....

George C. Chase, A. M., D. D., I

401 Baylor university, Waco, Tex...

Samuel P. Brooks, A. M., LL. D.

1,121 Bellevue college, Bellevue, Neb..

G. W. Wadsworth, D. D.....

129 Beloit college,* Beloit, Wis........

George L. Collie (acting).....

485 Berea college, * Berea, Ky.......

W. Goodell Trost, Ph. D..

1,097 Bethany college, Bethany, W.

T. E. Cramblet, A. M. LL. D

280 Bethany college, Lindsborg, Kas..

Ernest P. Pihlblad, A M....

946 Bethel college, Russellville, Ky....

William H. Harrison, M. A...

104 Blackburn college, Carlinville, III

Thomas W. Lingle, Ph. D..

124 Boston college, Boston, Mass......

Thomas J. Gasson, S. J......

483 Boston university, Boston, Mass....

William E. Huntington, D. D..

1,428 Bowdoin college, Brunswick, Me.....

William DeWitt Hyde, D. D.. L

288 Brigbam Young college, Logan, Utah...

James H. Linford, B. s., B. D.

850 Brown university, * Providence, R. I...

William H. P. Faunce, D. D., LL. D 73 915 Bryn Mawr college, * Bryn Mawr, Pa..

Miss M. C. Thomas, Ph. D., I

51 426 Buchtel college, Akron, 0.........

A. B. Church, D. D., LL. D..

269 Bucknell university, Lewisburg. Pa...

John Howard Harris, LL, D.

729 Butler college, * Indianapolis, Ind....

S. Butler, A. M................

469 Canisius college, Buffalo, N. Y.....

Augustine A. Miller, S. J...

30 Carleton college, * Northfield, Minn.

William H. Sallmon, A. M.,

346 Carson and Newman college, Jefferson City, Tenii. M. D. Jeffries, M. D., D. D...

20 482 Carthage college, Carthage, Ill...........

F. L. Sigmund, D. D.......

251 Case School Applied Science, * Cleveland, 0..... Charles S. Howe. Ph. D.. D. So Catholic Univ. of America, Washington, D. C.. D. J. O'Connell, D. D., LL. D..

210 Cedarville college, Cedarville, 0......

David McKinney, D. D..

122 Central college, Fayette, Mo..............

William A. Webb, D. D......

198 Central university, Danville, Ky...

F. W. Hinitt, Ph. D.. D. D....

694 Central Wesleyan college, Warrenton, Mo.... George B. Addicks, D. D.,

315 Charles City college, Charles City, Iowa... Frank E. Hirsch, A. M., D. D..

229 Christian university, Canton, Mo......

Carl Johan, A. M., LL. D.......

147 Claflin university, Orangeburg, S. C.......

Lewis M. Dunton, A, M., D. D.....

548 Clark college, * Worcester, Mass....

Carroll D. Wright, Ph. D., LL. D.

90 Clark university, South Atlanta Station, Ga.. William Henry Crogman, A. M.. L

491 Clark university, * Worcester, Mass.......

G. Stanley Hall, Ph. D.. LL. D...

100 Clarkson School Technology, * Pottsdam, N. Y... W. S. Aldrich, M. E., director...... Clemson Agricultural col., * Clemson College

P. H. Mell, Ph. D., LL. D... Coe college, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.........

W. Wilberforce Smith, LL. D.

285 Colby college, Waterville, Me..........

Charles L. White, D. D......

239 Colgate university,* Hamilton, N. Y....

George E. Merrill, D. D., LL. College City of New York,* New York ....

John H. Finley, LL. D....

3,700 College of St. Elizabeth, Convent Station,

Sister Mary Pauline.....

... 34 356 Colorado college, * Colorado Springs, Col.

William F. Slocum, D. D., LL.

547 Columbia university, * New York, N. Y

Nicholas M. Butler, Ph.D., LL.D

D.573 4,611 Concordia college, Fort Wayne, Ind....

Rev. Martin Luecke.......

240 Converse college, Spartansburg, S. C..

Robert P. Pell, Litt. D....

37 319 Cooper college, Sterling, Kas........

F. M. Spencer, D. D.....

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154 Cornell college, Mount Vernon, Iowa....

William F. King. A. M.. LL. Cornell University, * Ithaca, N. Y......

Jacob G. Schurman, D. Sc

...510 4,407 Creighton university, Omaha, Neb.....

M. P. Dowling. S. J.....

...120 720 Cumberland university, Lebanon, Tenn...

Nathan Green (acting).....

... 18 216 Dakota Wesleyan university, Mitchell, S. D

Thomas Nicholson, A. M., D. D.

554 Dartmouth college, * Hanover, N. H..

William J. Tucker, D. D., LL.

1.020 Davidson college, Davidson, N. C...

Henry L. Smith. Ph. D., LL. D.

301 Defiance college, Defiance, 0.....

P. W. McReynolds, A. M......

260 Delaware college, * Newark, Del...

George A. Harter, M. A., Ph. D.

130 Denison university, Granville, 0....

Emory W. Hunt, D. D...... De Pauw university, Greencastle, Ind......

Edwin H. Hughes, S. T. D.. Des Moines college, Des Moines, Iowa....... Loran D. Osborn, Ph. D......

214 Dickinson college, Carlisle, Pa.......

George E. Reed, S. T. D., LL. D.

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