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POPULATION OF ILLINOIS BY COUNTIES.

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Counties.
Adams .....
Alexander
Bond
Boone
Brown
Bureau
Calhoun
Carroll
Cass
Champaign ..
Christian
Clark .....
Clay .....
Clinton ..
Coles .....
Cook ....
Crawford
Cumberland .
DeKalb
DeWitt
Douglas ..
DuPage
Edgar
Edwards ..
Effingham
Fayette ..
Ford ......
Franklin ...
Fulton
Gallatin
Greene
Grundy
Hamilton
Hancock ..
Hardin .....
Henderson ...
Henry
Iroquois ...
Jackson ..
Jasper .....
Jefferson .....
Jersey
Jo Daviess
Johnson ..
Kane .......
Kankakee
Kendall
Knox
Lake ....
La Salle
Lawrence
Lee
Livingston
Logan
Macon
Macoupin
Madison ....
Marion ....
Marshall
Mason
Massac
McDonough ...
McHenry
McLean
Menard
Mercer .....
Monroe .....
Montgomery
Morgan
Moultrie
Ogle
Peoria
Perry
Piatt
Pike
Pope ..
Pulaski
Putnam
Randolph ...
Richland ..
Rock Island..
Saline
Sangamon
Schuyler ...
Scott
Shelby ,....

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1,596

1880. 59,148 14,809 14,873 11,527 13,044 33,189

7,471 16,985 14,494 40,869 28,232 21,900 16,195 18,718 27,055 607,719

16,190 13,762 26,774 17,014 15,857 19, 187 25,504

8,600
18,924
23,243
15,105
16,129
41, 249
12,862
23,014
16,738
16,712
35,352

6,024
10.755
36,609
35,457
22,508
14,515
20.686
15,546
27,534
13,079
44,956
24,961
13,084
38,360
21,299
70, 420
13,633
27,494
38,450
25,041
30,671
37,705
50,141
23,691
15,036
16,244
10,443
27,984
24,914
60,115
13.028
19,501
13,682
28,086
31.519
13, 705
29,946
55,419
16,008
15,583
33,761
13,256
9.507
6,555
25,691
15,546
38,314
15,940
52,902
16,249
10,745
30,282

1890. 61,888 16,563 14,550 12, 203 11,951 35,014

7,652 18,320 15,963 42,159 30,531 21,899 16,772 17,411

30,093
1,191,922

17,283
15,443
27,066
17,011
17,669
22,551
26,787

9,444
19,358
23,367
17,035
17,138
43.110
14,935
23,791
21,024
17,800
31,907

7,234 9,876 33.338 35,167 27,809 18,138 22,590 14,810 25.101 15,013 65,061 28,732 12,106 38,752 24, 235 80,798 14,693 26,187 38.455 25, 489 30,083 40,380 51,535 24,341 13,653 16,067 11,314 27,467 26, 114 63,036 13,120 18,545 12,948 30.003 32,636 14,481 28,710 70,378 17.529 17,062 31,000 14,017 11,355

4,730 25,049 15,019 41,917 19,342 61,195 16,013 10,304 31,191

1900. 67.058 19,384 16,078 15,791 11,557 41.112

8,917 18,963 17, 222 47,622 32,790 24,033 19,553 19,824

34,146 1,838, 733

19,240 16,124 31.755 18,927 19.097 28, 196 28.273 10,345 20,465 28,065 18,259 19,675 46,201 15.836 23, 402 24,136 20.197 32, 215

7.448 10,836 40,049 38.014 33,871 20,160 28,133 14,612 24,533 15,667 78,792 37,154 11,467 43,612 34,504 87.776 16,523 29,894 42,035 28.689 44,003 42,256 64.694 30, 446 16,370 17,491 13, 110 28.312 29,759 67.843 14.336 20,944 13,847 30.836 35.006 15.224 29,129 88,608 19.830 17.705 31,595 13,585 14,554

4,746 28,001 16,391 55.249 21,656 71,593 16.129 10,455 32,126

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Aggregate .....55,162 157,445 476,183 851,470 1,711,951 2,539,891 3,077,871 3,826,351 4,821,550

NOTE-In 1800 and 1810 the territory of Illinois 1 county was 1,103 and of St. Clair 1,255, total 2,358; contained but two organized counties, Randolph in 1810 Randolph 7,275 and St. Clair 5,007, total and St. Clair. In 1800 the population of Randolph | 12,282.

FACTS ABOUT ILLINOIS COUNTIES.

Date of organization, area in square miles and origin of names. Adams-Jan. 13. 1825-830—John Quincy Adams. Logan-Feb. 15, 1839—620-Dr. John Logan.t Alexander–March 4, 1819-220-Wm. M. Alexander. | Macon-Jan. 19, 1829–580–Nathaniel Macon of Bond-Jan. 4, 1817–380–Gov. Shadrach Bond..

North Carolina. Boone- March 4, 1837-288-Daniel Boone.

Macoupin-Jan., 17, 1829-864-Indian name. Brown-Feb. 1, 1839-306—Gen. Jacob Brown.

Madison Sept. 14, 1812-740-James Madison. Bureau-Feb. 28, 1837–846—Pierre de Buero (Indian

Marion Jan. 24, 1823—576—Gen. Francis Marion.

Marshall-Jan. 19, 1839—350—John Marshall, trader).

Mason Jan. 20, 1841-518-County in Kentucky. Calhoun-Jan. 10, 1825—251-John C. Calhoun.

Massac-Feb. 8. 1843—240—Fort Massac. Carroll-Feb. 22, 1839—450-Chas. Carroll of

McDonough-Jan. 25, 1826–576—Gen. Thomas Mcrollton.

Donough. Cass-March 3, 1837–460—Gen. Lewis Cass.

McHenry-Jan. 16, 1836-612-Gen. Wm. McHenry. Champaign-Feb. 20, 1833—1,008—County in Ohio. McLean-Dec. 25, 1830—1,161-John McLean (conChristian-Feb. 15, 1839—702—County in Kentucky.

gressman). Clark-March 22, 1819–513—George Rogers Clark.

Menard-Feb. 15, 1839—311-Lieut.-Gov. Pierre MeClay-Dec. 23, 1824–466-Henry Clay.

nard. Clinton-Dec. 27, 1824–487–DeWitt Clinton.

Mercer-Jan. 13, 1825–550—Gen. Hugh Mercer. Coles-Dec. 25, 1830—520-Gov. Edward Coles.

Monroe-Jan. 6, 1816-380-James Monroe. Cook-Jan. 15, 1831-890—Daniel P. Cook. *

Montgomery-Feb. 12, 1821—740—Gen. R. MontgomCrawford-Dec. 31, 1816-470—Wm. H. Crawford of

ery. Georgia.

Morgan-Jan. 31, 1823-563-Gen. Daniel Morgan. Cumberland-March 2, 1843-350-Cumberland road.

Moultrie-Feb. 16, 1843-340—Gen. Wm. Moultrie. DeKalb_March 4, 1837-650-Baron DeKalb.

Ogle-Jan. 16, 1836-773-Lieut. Joseph Ogle.
De Witt-March 1. 1839—440-DeWitt Clinton,
Douglas-Feb. 8. 1859—410—Stephen A. Douglas.

Peoria-Jan. 13, 1825–630—Indian name.
DuPage-Feb. 9, 1839–340—DuPage river.

Perry-Jan. 29, 1827-432—Com. Oliver H. Perry.

Piatt-Jan. 27, 1841-440-Benj. Piatt (atty.-gen.). Edgar-Jan. 3, 1823–640—John Edgar (merchant).

Pike-Jan. 31, 1821-756-Zebulon M. Pike. Edwards-Nov. 28, 1814-220-Gov. Ninian Edwards.

Pope-Jan. 10, 1816-360-Nathaniel Pope. Effingham-Feb. 15, 1831-486–Gov. Edw. Effingham.

Pulaski-March 3, 1843-190—Count Casimir Pulaski. Fayette-Feb. 14, 1821-720—Marquis de La Fayette.

Putnam-Jan, 13, 1825-170—Gen. Israel Putnam. Ford-Feb. 17. 1859-580-Gov. Thomas Ford. Franklin-Jan. 2, 1818—430—Benjamin Franklin. Randolph-Oct. 5, 1795–560–Edmund Randolph. Fulton-Jan. 28, 1823-864—Robert Fulton.

Richland-Feb. 24, 1841-380-County in Ohio. Gallatin-Sept. 14, 1812-340-Albert Gallatin,

Rock Island-Feb. 9, 1839-420-Island same name. Greene-Jan. 20, 1821-540—Gen. Nathanael Greene. Saline-Feb. 25, 1847–396–Saline creek. Grundy-Feb. 17, 1841–440-Felix Grundy of Ten

Sangamon-Jan. 30, 1821-875-Indian name. nessee.

Schuyler-Jan. 13, 1825-414-Gen. Philip Schuyler. Hamilton-Feb. 8, 1821-440—Alexander Hamilton.

Scott-Feb. 16, 1839-252--County in Kentucky. Hancock-Jan. 13, 1825—780—John Hancock.

Shelby-Jan. 23, 1827–760-Gov. Isaac Shelby. Hardin-March 2, 1839-180-County in Kentucky.

Stark-May 2, 1839—290—Gen. John Stark. Henderson-Jan. 301841–380—Henderson river. St. Clair-April 27, 1790–Gen. Arthur St. Clair. Henry-Jan. 13, 1825-825—Patrick Henry.

Stephenson-March-4, 1837–573-Col. Benjamin Iroquois-Feb. 26, 1833–1,100—Indian name.

Stephenson. Jackson-Jan. 10. 1816—580—Andrew Jackson.

Tazewell-Jan. 31, 1827-650-Gov. L. W. Tazewell. Jasper- Feb. 15, 1831-484–Sergt. Wm. Jasper.

Union-Jan. 2, 1818—400—Union of states.
Jefferson-March 26, 1819-466-Thomas Jefferson.
Jersey-Feb. 28, 1839—360—New Jersey.

Vermilion-Jan. 18, 1826—882—Vermilion river. Jo Daviess-Feb. 17, 1827-650-Col. Jo Daviess of

Wabash-Dec. 27. 1824-220-Indian name. Kentucky.

Warren-Jan. 13. 1825-540--Gen. Joseph Warren. Johnson-Sept. 14, 1812—340—Col. Richard M. John

Washington Jan. 2, 1818-557-George Washington.

Wayne-March 26., 1819-720-Gen. Anthony Wayne. son. Kane-Jan. 16. 1836-540-Senator Elias K. Kane.

White-Dec. 9, 1815--500-Capt. Leonard White. Kankakee-Feb. 11, 1853–680—Indian name.

Whiteside-Jan. 16. 1836-676-Col. Sam Whiteside. Kendall-Feb. 19, 1841–321— Amos Kendall (post

Will-Jan. 12. 1836--850—Conrad Will.t master-general).

Williamson-Feb. 28, 1839—440-County in TennesKnox-Jan. 13, 1825—720—Gen. Henry Knox.

see. Lake-March 1, 1839-394-Lake Michigan.

Winnebago-Jan. 16, 1836–540-Indian name. La Salle-Jan. 15, 1831-1, 152- Explorer La Salle.

Woodford-Feb. 27, 1841-556-County in Kentucky Lawrence-Jan. 16, 1821-362-Com. Jas. Lawrence. *Lawyer and first attorney-general of Illinois. Lee-Feb. 27. 1839—728-Richard Henry Lee.

Father of Gen. John A. Logan. Member of conLivingston-Feb. 271837-1,026-Edward Livingston, Istitutional convention of 1818.

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MEMBERS OF THE 54 TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF ILLINOIS (1907-1908).

Senators and representatives are paid $1,000 each per year.
SENATE.
Dist.

County.

11. Chester W. Church, R.. Chicago... ....Cook Dist. Republicans, 44; democrats, 7.

County.

Henry D. Fulton, R., Chicago.... ......Cook 1. Charles L. Billings, R., Chicago.... ... Cook

W. McKinlay, D., Chicago.............. Cook 2. Homer K. Galpin, R., Chicago.... ... Cook 12. W. W. Gillespie, R., Savanna... .......Carroll S. A. Ettelson, R., Chicago....

... Cook

W. Krape, R., Freeport...... .. Stephenson 4. P. J. McShane, R., Chicago....

.Cook

D. Pattison, D., Freeport............ Stephenson 5. Walter Clyde Jones, R., Chicago ...Cook Cornelius J. Ton, R., Chicago..

..Cook 6. W. M. Brown, R., Chicago.....

.... Cook Edward C. Fitch, R., Chicago.... ......Cook 7. John Humphrey, R., Orland.....

...Cook John J. Poulton, D., Chicago..... ..... Cook B. A. N. Tiffany, R., Antioch....

Lake 14. Charles H. Backus, R., Hampshire........ Kane J. Edward J. Rainey, D., Chicago

.Cook Charles C. Hoge, R., Newark..... .Kendall 10. A. J. Anderson, R., Rockford...

N. L. Johnson, P., Batavia....

.Kane 11. Carl Lundberg, R., Chicago..... .... Cook 15. Thomas Curran, R., Chicago..

..... Cook 12. J. C. McKenzie, R., Elizabeth....

Daviess

Dennis J. Egan, D., Chicago..... .....Cook 13. Albert C. Clark, R., Chicago..

.....Cook John A. Hruby, Jr., D., Chicago..... ..... Cook 14. H. H. Evans, R., Aurora....... .....Kane 16. H. T. Ireland, R., Washburn. .. Woodford 15. C. R. Jandus, D., Chicago.....

...Cook Josiah Kerrick, R., Minonk...... .. Woodford 16. Ira M. Lish, R., Saunemin...

vingston Christian Haase, D., Washburn........Woodford 17. E. J. Glackin, D., Chicago.

Cook E. J. Smejkal, R., Chicago...... ........ Cook 18. J. D. Putnam, R., Elmwood....

Peoria William Navigato, D., Chicago.... ..Cook 19. C. E. Cruickshank, R., Chicago... ..Cook E. M. Abrahams, D., Chicago.....

.Cook 20. Ed C. Curtis, R., Grant Park... Kankakee W. G. McRoberts, R., Peoria.... ...Peoria 21. D. A. Campbell, R., Chicago.... ...... Cook Charles F. Black, R., Mapleton.. .Peoria 22. W. Acton,

Vermilion
R., Danville.......
J. R. Boulware, D., Peoria.....

.Peoria 23. Niels Juul, R.. Chicago......

...... Cook . C. A. Schumacher, R., Chicago.... ..... Cook 24. H. M. Dunlap, R., Savoy......... Champaign James M. Kittleman, R., Chicago.. ....Cook 25. H. H. Breidt, R., Chicago...

......Cook J. J. McLaughlin, D., Chicago... ....Cook 26. G. W. Stubblefield. R., Bloomington.... McLean

· Israel Dudgeon, R., Morris.....

.Grundy 27. John Broderick, D., Chicago... ..........Cook

G. H. Hamilton, R., Watseka.. Iroquots 28. J. A. Henson, R., Decatur...... ....Macon J. W. Allison, D., Essex........ Kankakee 29. Harry G. Hall, R., Chicago.

..Cook 21. F. E. Erickson, R., Chicago..... ...Cook 30. G. W. Cunningham, D., Pekin. .Tazewell

William H. Troyer, R., Chicago... ...... Cook 31. Frank P. Schmitt, R., Chicago.... ...... Cook

Thomas J. O'Brien, D., Chicago... ..... COOK 32. 0. F. Berry, R., Carthage......... Hancock 22. W. V. Dysert, R., Danville..... Vermilion 33. Frank A. Landee, R., Moline....... Rock Island Charles A. Allen, R., Hoopeston...... Vermilion 34. S. C. Pemberton, R., Oakland... ...Coles Clay F. Gaumer, P., Alvin... ... Vermilion 35. Charles H. Hughes, R., Dixon..... ....... Lee 23. Henry W. Austin, R., Chicago...

.. Cook 36. Thomas D. Bare, R., Hardin....... ...Quincy Christopher Beck, R., Chicago.. ...... Cook 37. B. Frank Baker, R., Kewanee.. ... Henry P. F. Murray, D., Chicago........ ..Cook 38. F. W. Burton, D., Carlinville. Macoupin 24. Charles Adkins, R., Bement.... ......Piatt 39. C. P. Gardner, R., Mendota.. ... La Salle John R. Pogue, R., Sullivan. .....

Moultrie 40. George D. Chafee, R., Shelbyville... .... Shelby P. P. Schaefer, D., Champaign......

..Champaign 41. Richard J. Barr, R., Joliet....... ......W ill Albert F. Keeney, R., Chicago.... ....Cook 42. Charles E. Hull, D., Salem......

Marion

C. L. Fieldstack, R., Chicago.... ..... Cook 43. C. F. Hurburgh, R., Galesburg ...... .....Knox F. H. Landmesser, D., Chicago... .... Cook 44. R. J. Mcllvain, R., Murphysboro.......Jackson 26. C. M. Coyle, R., Gridley...

McLean 45. Logan Hay, R., Springfield............ Sangamon Paul Finnan, D., Bloomington..... McLean 46. J. L. Houser, R., Calhoun...............Richland J. R. Golden, P., Gibson City..... ...... Ford 47. G. M. McCormick, R., Collinsville... ..Madison 27. Albert Glade, R., Chicago....

.Cook 48. Jesse E. Bartley, R., Shawneetown....Gallatin D. V. McDonough, * D., Chicago...

.Cook 49. R. S. Hamilton, R., Marissa........... St. Clair J. S. Geshkewich, D., Chicago.... ....Cook 50. W. 0. Potter, R., Marion............ Williamson

Williamson | 28. John G. Oglesby, R., Elkhart... .... Logan 51. D. W. Helm, R., Metropolis.,..

..Massac

J. R. Robinson, R.. Farmer City. .De Witt

B. F. Staymates, D., Clinton..... ..De Witt HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Charles A. Nelson, R., Chicago..... ..Cook

Edward Hope, R., Chicago.......... ....Cook Republicans, 89; democrats, 61; prohibitionists, 3.

Patrick J. Sullivan, D., Chicago...... .... Cook 1. Francis P. Brady, R., Chicago. .......Cook Louis Zinger, R., Pekin.....

..Tazewell Alexander Lane, R., Chicago...

.... Cook W. I. Manny, D., Mount Sterling.... Whiteside T. J. McNally, D., Chicago...... .... Cook

A. M. Foster, D., Rushyille..... .....Schuyler 2. F. J. McNichols, R., Chicago.

... Cook Matthew Mills, R., Chicago...... .... Cook Paul 1. Zaabel, R., Chicago.. Cook Charles E. Erby, R., Chicago..

.....Cook F. E. Donoghue, D., Chicago.. Cook John C. Werdell, D., Chicago...

..... Cook 3. William Ostrum, R., Chicago.

Cook John E. Harris, R., Bushnell... .McDonough Oliver Sollitt, R., Chicago..

.Cook H. L. Jewell, R., Phelps........ ...... Warren John P. Walsh, D., Chicago.....

Cook John A. Califf, D., Carthage.... .......Hancock 4. E. 0. Kowalski, R., Chicago.

Cook T. Campbell, R., S. Rock Island... Rock Island George C. Hilton, D., Chicago.

.... Cook F. E. Abbey, R., Biggsville. ... Henderson John C. Russell, D., Chicago....

.Cook

L. Werts, D., Oquawka ........... Henderson 5. W. P. Ap Madoc, R., Chcago...

....Cook 34. W. T. Hollenbeck, R., Marshall. ......Clark Morton D. Hull, R., Chicago..

..... Cook John F. Martin, R., Arthur...... ....Douglas John P. McGoorty, D., Chicago.... ....Cook Seymour Hurst, D., Marshall...

..Clark 6. John W. Hill, R., Chicago....... ...... Cook 35. H. L. Sheldon, R., Rock Falls... .. Whiteside

William C. Levere, R., Chicago. .... Cook G. M. Tindall, R., Kirkland...... ...DeKalb Robert E. Wilson, D., Chicago.

Cook H. F. Gehant, D., West Brooklyn.. ........ Lee 7. Louis H. Pierson, R., Chicago..... ....Cook 36. C. H. Castle, R., Quincy.

Adams Frederick B. Roos, R., Chicago....

Cook C. S. Hearn, D., Quincy....... ..... Adams Walter A. Lantz, D., Chicago...

Cook Charles E. Bolin, D.. Milton. ....... Pike 8. Frank R. Covey, R., Belvidere. .Boone . F. J. Liggett, Bradford...w..

..... Stark E. D. Shurtleff, R., Marengo. . McHenry C. J. Pervier, R., Sheffield......

Bureau D. E. Gibbons, D.. West Deerfield... ......Lake W. J. McGuire, D., Kewanee....

Henry 9. D. E. Shanahan, R., Chicago...... .....Cook 38. W. H. Behrens, R., Carlinville....... Macoupin

Anton J. Cermak, D., Chicago... ..... Cook S. D. Canaday, D., Hillsboro..... ' Eugene Danaher, D., Chicago.. ... ...Cook George W. Witt, D., Kane...... ..... Greene 10. E. D. Reynolds, R., Rockford....... Vinnebago William R. Lewis, R., Grand Ridge..... La Salle J. Lawrence, R.. Polo.......

......Ogle A. A. Clapsaddle, R., Leland..... ....... LaSalle J. H. Corcoran, D., Rockford........ Winnebago

L. O'N. Browne, D., Ottawa............. La Salle

Dist.

Hutsonvi,

County.

County. 40. W. M. Provine, R., Taylorville....... Christian Lester Leamon, R., Yale.......... .......Jasper

Joseph S. Clark, D., Vandalia..... ...Fayette W. C. Blair, Þ., Mount Vernon... ....Jefferson

J. C. Richardson, D., Edinburg.... ..Christian J. W. Templeman, D., Fairfield.. ..Wayne 41. G. L. Bush, R., Downers Grove.. ...Dupage C. J. Lindly, R., Greenville.... ........Bond Frank L. Parker, R., Joliet......... ....... Will

V. Montgomery, R., Moro........ ...... Madison Thomas L. Riley, D., Joliet...... ....... Will 1. S. Link, D., Mitchell...... ...... Madison C. L. McMackin, R., Salem..... .Marion C. H. Musgrave, R., Hutsonville......Crawford H. J. Beckmeyer, D., Carlyle...

...Clinton
D. E. Rose, R., Maunie.....

... White John A. Read, D., Mason.... Effingham E M. Young, D., Enfield...

.. White B. M. Chiperfield, R., Canton...... ....Fulton Fred Keck, R., St. Clair township.... St. Clair E. J. King. R.. Galesburg..................Knox

L, Flannigan, R., East St. Louis.... St. Clair M. J. Dougherty, D., Galesburg..... ..Knox

F. Smith, D., East St. Louis....... St. Clair 44. William Stevenson, R., Tilden... ... Randolph

M. Gaunt, R., Mound City........... Pulaski Porter Baird, R., Pyatt............. ...... Perry

D. Kirkpatrick, R., Benton......... Franklin Charles S. Luke, D., Nashville..... V

Washington

R. E. Powers, D., Cairo............... Alexander 45. Frank J. Heinl, R., Jacksonville........ Morgan | 51. Lewis E. York, R., Harrisburg...........Saline

Charles McBride, D., Springfield...... Sangamon Charles Durfee, R., Golconda............... Pope C. Schermerhorn, D., Springfield... .Sangamon " G. W. English, D., Vienna...

.... Johnson *Died March 22, 1907.

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MANUFACTURES IN ILLINOIS.

Establishments ............
Capital
Salaried employes...........
Salaries ....
Wage earners..

[From reports of the bureau of the census.)
1905.
1900.

1905.

1900. 14,921 14.374 W ages ....................

$208, 405,468 $159,104,179 $975,844,799 $732,829.771 General expenses.....

172,185,567 118,047,771 54,521

40,964 | Cost of materials..... 840,057,316 681,450,122 $60,559, 678 $40,549, 245 Value of products...........1,410,342,129 1.120,268,308

379,436 332,871

SUMMARY OF LEADING INDUSTRIES (1905).

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Estab-1
Wage

Cost of
INDUSTRY
lish- Capital. earn-

Value of
Wages.

matements.

products

rials.

ers. Agricultural implements.....

82 $71.383,289 15,359 $8.851,404 $17,750,852 $38,412,452 Boots and shoes......

44 3,656,671 3,947 1,865,319 5,656,109 9,026,238 Boxes, wooden packing..

52 4,631.953)

1,549,902 4.380,389 7,363,734 Bread and bakery products.

1,406 13,515,431 7,415| 4,115,443 14,279,499 26,145.472 Carriages and wagons.......

290 10,838.860 4.186 2.320,141 4,885,773 9.798.965 Cars, railroad....

115 28,708,951! 28,131 18,035,283 33,440,729 56,417,673 Cheese and butter....

405 5.322,352 1,735 828,577 10,708,998 13,276,533 Clay products...

480 19,596,095 7,879| 4,296,138 2,437,581 10.802,721 Clothing.............

779 22,392,250 24,973 11.996,764 33,523,6351 67.439,617 Coffee and spice roasting, etc..

25 6,488,160 953 431.889 12,482,957) 15,745,057 Confectionery...........

87 3,703,861 3,587 1,169,781 4,201.876 7,645,621 Electrical apparatus....

104 21,644,783 6,131 3,203,435 7,649,446 16,700,027 Flour and grist mill products....

363 14,128,467 2.410 1,210,865 34,929,657 39,892,127 Foundry and machine shop products..

793 84,497,662 36,528 21,936,853 32,071,517 79,961,482 Furniture..

202 16,936,222 12,266 6,637,897 9,549, 259 22,131,846 Gas......

64 97,119,203 2,964 1,695,472 4,519,400 16,007,519 Glucose..

9,728,911 1,933 1,235,203 12,421,034 14,532.180 Iron and steel

58,538,650 18,358 11,468,957 57.655, 185! 87,352,761 Leather......

28 11,649,246 2,770 1,326,440 8,173,788) 10,758, 196 Liquors, distilled and malt

127 44,458,860 4,725 3,411,482 11,677,815 77,888,841 Lumber and timber products.

269 6,016,586 4,495 1,904,669 3,326,460 7.081,470 Lumber, planing mill products

270 11,002,842 6,994 3,969,618 10,514,845 18,296,035

21 13,525,509 5021 378.0631 6,702, 702 8,539.870 Musical instruments.

56 16,470,680 7,508/ 3,931,669 5,397,737 13,323,358 Paints.....

39 7,828,577 1,0291 595,077 6,523,137 9.484,280 Patent medicines....

5,582,845 1,380 578,932 2,442,029 10,667,467 Printing and publishing.

2,289 38,478,147 20.178) 12,294,261j 15,395,833 57.518,082 Slaughtering.....

68 80,477,268 26,953 14,560,777279,854,559 317,206,082 Soaps and candles...

34 7,604,086 1.905 886,761 9,315,061 14,156.708 Tinsmithing, etc.

273 25,951,373 5,056 2,735,812 8,253,676 14.246,180 Tobacco, cigars, etc..

788) 5,157,197 6,675) 3,463,018 4.109.626 11.669.485 Wire.................

4 5,413,701 1,905 1,349,684 10.051.888 14,099.566 Total.......

10,851/772,448,691 274.467 154,226,586 684,313,052 1123587645 Total in 190

10,414 591,306,152 240,797 118,318,447 546.387,589 882630356 Increase.....

4371181,142,539) 33,670) 35,908,139 137,925.463 240957289 MANUFACTURES IN ILLINOIS CITIES AND TOWNS (1905). Alton .......... $8,696,814 Decatur ....... $8,667,302 Kankakee ..... $2,089,143 | Peoria .........$60,920,411 Aurora ..... 7,329.028 | East St. Louis, 37,586,198 Kewanee ...... 6,729,381 Quincy

10,748,224 Belleville ...... 4,356, 615 Elgin ..... 9,349, 274 La Salle ... 3,158,173 Rockford

15, 276,123 Bloomington .. 5,777,060 Evanston ...... 2,550,529 Lincoln ........ 784,248 Rock Island.... 5,332,967 Cairo ....

4,381,465 Freeport ..... 3,109,302 Mattoon ... 1,308,791 | Springfield .... 5,796, 637 Champaign 486,229 Galesburg ... 2,217,772 Moline .... 13,158,429 Streator

1,888,894 Chicago .......955.036,277 Jacksonville ... 1,981,58?

Ottawa ........

2,078,129 Waukegan ..... 3,961,513 Danville ....... 3,304, 120 Joliet ....... . 33,788,700 Pekin .....

1,121,139

ILLINOIS FEE DECISION. By a decision of the Illinois Supreme court handed were held liable for $321,001 in fees illegally taken down April 18, 1907, six former state auditors and from the treasury, fourteen stațe treasurers holding office since 1872

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EXECUTIVE MANSION ILLINOIS STATE OFFICIALS,

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