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MANUFACTURES IN CHICAGO (1905), Industries in which the value of the product was less than $100,000 not included. From report of the census bureau. Industry. Value of product. Industry. Value of product

Value of product. Artificial feathers and Glass, cutting, staining,

Photoengraving ......... $1,324,428 flowers ................. $217,362 ornamenting ..... .. $1,309,906 Pickles and preserves... 3,703,377 Artists' materials....... 404,341 Gloves and mittens,

Pipes, tobacco........... 114,224 Automobiles ............. 324,710 leather ...

1,511,086 Plumbers' supplies...... 3,872,804 Awnings, tents and sails 2,659,135

Glue .......

2,318,182 Pottery, terra cotta, Babbitt metal and solder 1,007,297 Gold and silver, leaf

clay products........... 800,612 808,784 Bags, other than paper.

and foil..

222,640 Printing, book and job.. 26,200,564 Bak'g and yeast powders 3,890,258

Gold and silver refining. 1,448,276 Printing, music........ 579,417

Grease and tallow....... 2,302,938 | Printing, Belt'g and hose, leather 1.055, 050

newspapers Blacking ................. 396.674 | Hairwork ................

346, 264

and periodicals........ 21,597,388 Bluing

130,523
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Hand-knit goods.....

Printing materials.......
150,688

358,710 Bookb'd'g, blankbooks.. 2,502,776 Hand stamps.......

232,906

Pumps, not steam...... 198,905 Boots and shoes......... 5,592,684

Hardware ......

3,290,849 Refrigerators ............ 173,924

it Boxes, cigar............. 478,266 Hats and caps, not felt,

Regalia, banners, emBoxes, fancy and paper. | straw or wool.......... 1,027,218 blems ..................

273.966 Boxes, wooden packing. 5,952,18€ | Hosiery and knit goods. 1,158.526 Roofing materials..... 1,088,778 Brass ....

414, 402 House-furnishing goods.. 942,200 Rubber and elastic goods 2,807,589 Brass castings and fin

Ice, manufactured....... 349,033 Saddlery and harness... 1,935,660 ishing .....

1,882,985
Ink, printing.......

257,200

Sausage .................. 967, 476 Brassware.

897,690
Ink, writing......
429,052 Saws ..

1,024,249 Bread and bak'y prod'ts 20,653,538 Instruments, profession

Scales and balances..... 300,794 Brick and tile..... ...... 1,572,658

al, scientific......

519,307 Sewing machines......... 350,070 Brooms and brushes..... 1.048,313 Iron and steel, rolling

Ship and boat building. 244,420 Butter, reworking....... 1,501,069 mills ..

24,839,623

Shirts .................... 1,395,539 Canning and preserving. 156,760 Iron and steel, bolts,

Showcases ...............

445,590 Carpets, rag.............. 212,302 nuts, washers.....

321,096 Silk and silk goods...... 735, 242 Carriage and wagon maIron and steel, doors

Slaughtering and meat terials ..... 122, 100 and shutters......

259,983 packing, wholesale.....262,586,609 Carriages and sleds,

Iron and steel, forgings. 1, 138,300 Slaughtering, wholesale, children's .............. 322,150 Iron and steel, nails

not including packing. 6,994,877 Carriages and wagons... 3,953,921 and spikes...........

405, 225 Smelting and refining... 1,140,036 Cars and shop repairs... 11,171,554 Jewelry .......

1,745,875

Soap ..................... 13,769,946 Cars for street railroad. 1,109,756 Jewelry and instrument

Soda water apparatus... 1,456,102 Cars, steam railroad.... 23,798,900 cases.

131,762 Sporting goods.....

622,142 Cash registers, calcuLabels and tags....... 324.096 Springs, steel..

703,825 lating machines........ 321,015 Lamps and reflectors.. 227,696 Stamped ware.......

820, 173 Chemicals ......... ..... 1,724,275 Lapidary work...

140,500 Stationery goods, not Cleansing preparations.. 259,862 Leather goods.

1,129,031 specified .....

1,256,297 Clothing, men's..... ... 53,230 436 Leather, tanned....

9,420,426 Statuary and art goods. 510,432 Clothing, women's...... 11.636,818 Lime ..............

.. 470,318 Steam fittings............ 1,

1,056,422 Coffee and spices... 15,563,301 Liquors, malt........ 16,983,421 Steam packing........... 467,585 Coffins, undert'r's goods. 1,297,343 Lithographing ..

1,391,852 Stencils and brands..... 130,416 Confectionery ........... 6,550,183 Looking glass and pic

Stereotyping and elecCooperage ......... 3,084,473 ture frames..... 5,045,414 trotyping .....

1,164,940 Coppersmithing, sheetLumber, planing mill

Stoves and furnaces..... 2,138, 248 iron working........... 4,393,371 products ...............

13,855,883 Structural ironwork..... 8, 279, 675 Cordials and sirups..... 485,926

Malt ..........

7,983,970 Sugar and molasses reCork cutting.............. 180,968 Marble and stone work. 2,869,176

fining ..................

1,744,880 Corsets ................... 558,694 Mattresses and spring

Surgical appliances..... 922, 100 Cutlery and edge tools.. 447,146

beds .....
1,753,342 Tinware ...

2.923,368 Dairymen's supplies..... 270.950 Millinery and lace goods 4,788,212 Tobacco, chewing and Dentists' materials...... 115,150 Mineral and soda water 1,027,646 i smoking ...............

4,229,733 Druggists' preparations. 1,205,626 Mirrors ..................

1,179,373 Tobacco, cigars and Dyeing .........: 101.919 Models and patterns.... 493,565 cigarettes ....

6,786,889 Electrical supplies....... 16,291,546 Monuments and tomb

Tools, not specified...... 498, 610 Electroplating ..... 327.058 stones

486,644 Toys and games......... 269, 477 Engraving .........

375,824 Mucilage and paste...... 425,047 | Trunks and valises...... 1,958,663 Engraving, steel.... 760,932 | Musical instruments, not

Typefounding ......

808,953 Engraving, wood 196,124 specified ....

663,284 Typew'ters and supplies 372,650 Fancy articles, not spec-.. Musical instruments, or

Upholstering and mateified ........ .......... 1,649, 747 gans ...............

303,949 rials

......... 1,635, 136 Flags and banners....... 109,300 Musical instruments, pi

Varnishes..........

3,801,732 Flavoring extracts....... 1.451, 654

anos ........

7,260,075 Vinegar and cider...... ...

617,571 Flour and grist mill Musical instrument ma

Washing machines and products ................. 3,919.276 terials .... 923,702 wringers ......

117,900 Food preparations........ 3,228,835 Nets and seines...... 238,376 Window shades and fixFoundry and machine

Oil, linseed.......
4,811,770 tures .....

1,445.335 shop products.......... 51,774,695 | Oil, not specified...

372,518 Wirework .....

544,914 Foundry supplies......... 232.500 Oleomargarine

3.335,223 Wood carpet....

150.886 Fur goods...... .... 1,420,558 Optical goods......

294,361 Wood, turned and carved 737,596 Furnish'g goods, men's. 3,502,769 Paints ...........

8.863,216 | Woodenware, not speci. Furniture.

... 17,488,257 Paper goods, not spec'd 780,628 fied ..................... 321,036 Furs, dressed......

146.780 | Patent medicines..... 9,627,664 Galvanizing .........

103,580 Paving materials........ 301,015 Total in 1905...... ...955,036,277 Gas and lamp fixtures.. 2,257,653 Perfum'y and cosmetics 1,108,761 Total in 1900...... ...797,879,141 Gas machines & meters 176,159 Photographic materials. 754.629 Per cent increase.... 19.7

1948 S. Mebswenie... 1859-1867 Johnes Horan.

CHICAGO FIRE DEPARTMENT CHIEFS. Alex. Lloyd.....1837-1838 C. E. Peck......1847-1848 s. McBride....... 1855-1857 D. J. Swenie....1879-1901 A. Calhoun....... 1839 A. Gilbert........ 1849

Wm. H. Musham. 1901-1904 L. Nicholl........ 1840 C. P. Bradley....1850-1851 | U. P. Harris.....1859-1867 John Campion....1904-1906 A. Sherman......1841-1843 U. P. Harris.....1852-1853 R. A. Williams.. 1867-1873 James Horan..... 1906 $. F, Gale.......1844-1846'J. M, Donnelly..1854 | Matt. Benner....1873-1879

ASSESSMENT OF TAXABLE PROPERTY IN CHICAGO. The following is a statement of the valuation of taxable real estate and personal property and the amount of taxes levied each year, from 1837 to 1905, inclusive:

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1847..

Real Personal Total

Personal
Real

Total
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Tax levy. YEAX.

Tax levy. estate. property valuation.

estate property. valuation. 1837. $236,842

$236,842 $5,905.15 1872... $239,154.890 $45,042,540 $284,197,430 $4,462,961.45 1838. 285,996 235,996 8,849.86 1873.

262,969.820 49,103,175 312,072,9951 5,617,313.91 1839.. 94.803 94,803 4,664.55

258,549,310 45,155,8301 303,705,110) 5,466,692.54 1840, 91,437 94,437 4.721.85|1875...

125,468.6051 48,295,6411 173,764.2460 5.108.181 40 1841. 127,024 $39.720 166,744 10,004.67||

1876...

128 832,403 39,165,754 167,998, 157 4.046.805.80 1812...

108,757 42,585 151,342 9,181.27 1877... 116,082,533 32,317,615| 148,400,1484.013,410.44 1843.. 962,221 479,093 1.441.314 8,617.89

1878.

101,420.053 27,563,386 131,983,439 3.777,757.23 1.992.085 771.186 2,763,281 17,166.24 1879.

91, 152,229 26,517,806 117,970,035 3,776,450.79 1845..

2,273,171 791,851 3,065,022 11.077.58|1880.... 89,032,038 28,101,6881 117,133,726) 3,899, 126.98 1816..

3,664,425 857,231 4,521,656 15.825.80||1881.... 90,099,015 29,053,743119,152 2881 4,136,608.38 4,995,466 853,704 5,849,170 · 18.159.01 1882

95,881,714 29,479,022 125,360,736 4.227,402.98 1848.... 4,998, 266 1,302,174 6,300,440 22,051.54 1883.

101,596,795 31,616,893 133,213,688 4,540,506.13 1849. 5,181,637 1,495,047 6,676,684 30,045.09 1884

105,606,743 31,720,237 137,326.980 4,872,456.60 1850. 5,685,965 1,534,284 7,220,249 25,270.87|1885.

107,146,381 32,811,411 139,958,292 5,152.366.03 1851.. 6.804,262 1.758.455 8,562,717) 63.385.87

1886.

122,980,123 35,516,009 158,496,132) 5.368.409.76 1852. 8,190,769 2,272.645 10,463.414 76,948.96 1887

123,169,455 38,035,080 161,204,535 5,602.712.56 13,130,677 3,711.154 16,841.831 135,662.68||1888.

123,292,358 37,349,365 160,641,723 5,723.067-35 -1854. 18.990,744 5,401.495 24.392,239 199,081.61 1889.

127,372,618 40,763,213 168,135,831 6,326,561.21 21,637,500 5,355,393 26.992,893 206,209.03 1890

170,553,854 48,800,514 219,354,368 9,558,335.00 25,892.308 5,843.776 31,736,084 396,652.391891... 203.353,791 53,245,783 256,599,574 10,453,270.41 1857... 29,307,628 7,027,653 36,335,281 572,046.00||1892... 190.614.636 53,117,502 243,732,138 2.142.418.73 1858.. 30,175,325 5,816,407 35,991,732 430,190.00 1893

189,299,120 56,491,231 245,790.351 11,810,969.69 1859. 30,732,313 5,821,067 36,553,380 513,164.00||1894.

190,960,897 56,461,825 247,422,722 11,779,568.12 1860.

31,198,135 5,855,377 37,053,512 373,315.291895.... 192,498,842 50,977,983) 243,476,825 14,239,685.13 1861, 31,314,7491 5,037,631 36,352,380 559,968.00

1896.....

195,681,875 48,672,411 244,357,286 12.290,145.21 1862.. 31,587,545 5,552,300 37.139,845 564.033.06||1897..

184,632,905 47,393,755 232,026,660 12,939.333.10 1863.

35,143,252 7,524,072 42,667,324 853,346.00 1898.... 178,801.172 42,165,2751 220,966,447 12,185,786.82 1864

37,148,023 11,584,759 48,732,782 974,655.64 1899..... 260,265,058 84,931,361 315, 196,419 12,733,770 53 1865.

44,065,499 20.644,678 64,710,177 1,294,183.50 1900..... 202,884,012 73,681,868 276,565,880 18,384,195.36 1866.

66,495,116) 29,458,134 85,953,250 1,719.061.051901.... 259,254,598 115,325 842 374,580,440 18,404.142.00 1867. 141,445,9201 53,580.924 195,026,814 2.518,472.00 1902

276,509,730 125,985,401 402.495,131 10.268,596.16 1868.

174,490,660 55,756,340 230,247,000 3,223,457.80|1903.. 289,371,249 122,053,031 411,424.280 14.039.030.00 1869... 211,371,240 54,653,640 266,024,880 3,990.373.201904.. 291,329,703| 111,961,487 403,281,190 25,990.045.10 1870. 223.643.600) 52.342.950 275,986,550 4,139,798.70||1905.

295,514,443 112,477,182 407,991,625 27,959,908.-3 1871........ 236.898.6501 52,847.8201 289,746,470 2,897,461.70|1906....... 303.033.2281 123,230.068 426,263,296 28.451,436.78

The valuation since 1875 is the equalized valu- | city for the city tax. The tax on capital stock ation fixed by the state board of equalization. I and railroads is included in the personal-property From 1867 to 1875 the valuation was made by the column.

ASSESSMENT OF TAXABLE PROPERTY IN COOK COUNTY. 1900........... $306,957,900 | 1902........... $433, 489,322 | 1904........... $437,850, 426 | 1906........... $461,813,707 1901........... 408,189.960 | 1903........... 445,028,259 | 1905........... 402,616,239 | 1907........... 475,015, 687

Figures for 1907 are unofficial and do not include assessment of railroads and capital stock to be added by the state board of egualization.

CEMETERIES IN CHICAGO AND VICINITY.
Arlington-West thirteen miles, near Elmhurst. | Mount Hope-Near Morgan Park.
Bethany-Archer avenue and 79th street.

Mount Maariv-Dunning; northwest.
Bohemian National-North 40th and Foster avenues. Mount Olive-North 64th avenue, near West Irving
B'nai Abraham-South of Forest Home.

Park boulevard. B'nai Sholom-North Clark street, near Graceland Mount Olivet-South sixteen miles, near Morgan avenue.

Park. Brookside-West sixteen miles, near South Elm- New Light-East Prairie road, near Lincoln ave. hurst.

nue, Morton Grove; northwest. Calvary-North ten miles, near South Evanston. North Chicago Hebrew Congregation-At Rosehill: Chebra Gimilath Chasadim Ubikur Cholim-North | north. Clark street, near Graceland avenue.

Oak Hill-West 119th street and Kedzie avenue. Chebra Kadisha Ubikur Cholim-North Clark street, Oakland-Proviso; west twelve miles. near Graceland avenue.

Oakridge-Oakridge avenue and West 12th street; Concordia-Nine miles west on Madison street.

west twelve miles. Crown Hill-Fourteen miles west on Aurora, Elgin Oakwoods-Greenwood avenue and 67th street; & Joliet railway.

south. Eden-Irving Park boulevard, near Franklin Park. Oestereich-Ungarischer Kranken UnterstuetzungsElm Lawn-West thirteen miles on Lake street, Verein-At Waldheim. near Elmhurst.

Ohavo Amuno-South of Forest Home. Elmwood-Grand and Beach avenues.

Oha vo Sholom-At Oakwoods.. Forest Home-West ten miles on 12th street. Polish-Milwaukee avenue, near Norwood Park. Free Sons of Israel-At Waldheim.

Ridgelawn-North 40th and Peterson avenues. German Lutheran-North Clark street and Grace Rosehill-North seven miles. land avenue.

St. Boniface-North Clark street and Lawrence Graceland-North five miles on Clark street.

avenue. Hebrew Benevolent Society-North Clark street, St. Henry-Ridge and Devon avenues. near Graceland a venue.

St. Lukas-3317 North 40th avenue. Highland-West Chicago.

St. Maria-Grand Trunk railway and 87th street; Montrose-Bryn Mawr avenue and North 40th ave south. nue.

Shomer Hadas-Desplaines avenue and West 12th Moses Montefiore-South of Forest Home.

street. Mount Auburn-Southwest nine and one-half miles, Sinai Congregation-At Rosehill. at 39th street and Oak Park avenue.

I'nion Ridge-Higgins avenue, near Norwood Park. Mount Carmel-Hillside Station.

Waldheim-West ten miles on Harrisor street. Mount Greenwood-Near Morgan Park; south. | Zion Congregation-At Rosehill,

ngton-West tulveteen anal posto rester avenue

FOREIGN ORDERS CONFERRED ON CHICAGOANS.

Abrahamson, Rev. L. G.–Royal North Star, | Hutchinson, Charles L.-Redeemer, Greece.
Sweden.

Judson, Prof. Harry Pratt-Red Eagle (class III.), Adams, Milward-Legion of Honor, France; Leo Prussia. pold, Belgium.

Klenze, Prof. Camillo von-Red Eagle (class IV.), Anderson, John-St. Olaf, Norway.

Prussia.. Andrecn, Rey. Gustaf-Royal North Star, Sweden. | Kozminski. Maurice W.-Legion of Honor, France, Birkhoff, George, Jr.-Orange-Nassau (officer), Hol

Kraus, Adolf-Francis Joseph, Austria land.

Lagorio, Dr. Antonio-Crown (chevalier), Italy. Chatfield-Taylor. Hobart C.-Isabella the Catholic,

Lindgren, John R.-Royal Order of Vasa, Sweden. Spain; Garter, Spain; St. James, Portugal; Le

Laverde, Giuseppe--Crown (chevalier), Italy. gion of Honor, France.

Mair, Charles A.-Chamberlain of the Sword and Cooley, Edwin G.-Francis Joseph, Austria.

Mantle, pope. Cutting, Starr W.-Crown (class III.), Prussia.

Mareschalchi. Arturo-Crown (chevalier), Italy.

Merou, Henri-Legion of Honor, France. Daae, Dr. A.–St. Olaf, Norway.

McCormick, R. S.--Order of St. Alexander of Delering, Charles-Legion of Honor, France; Crown (class III.), Prussia.

Nevsky, Russia.

McCormick, Mrs. R. S.-Chefakat (Order of Mer. D'Urso, Luigi-Crown (chevalier), Italy.

cy), Turkey. Eddy, Arthur J.-Red Eagle (class III.), Prussia. Onahan, William J.-Chamberlain of the Sword Enander, John A.-Gold medal, Litteris et Arti and Mantle, pope. bus, Sweden.

Palmer, Mrs. Potter-Legion of Honor, France; Fischer, Gustaf F.-Red Eagle (class IV.), Prussia. Leopold, Belgium Furber, Harry J.-Legion of Honor, France.

Reichle, C.-Crown (class IV.), Prussia. Ganzel, Louis-Crown (class IV.), Prussia,

Rubens, Harry--Crown (class III.), Prussia. Gass, Martin-Lion of Zaueringen, Baden.

Schinkel, C.-Crown (class IV.), Prussia. Gauss, E. F. L.-Crown (class IV.), Prussia. Schlenker, Joseph-Frederick (class II.), WurttemGrevstad, Nicolay-St. Olaf, Norway.

berg; Crown (class IV.), Prussia. Hachmeister, Henry-Red Eagle (class IV.), Prus Schmidt, William-Crown (class IV.), Prussia. sia.

Skiff, Frederick J. V.-Sanctified Treasure (class Halle. Edward G.-Crown (class II.), Prussia. II.), Japan; Legion of Honor (commander), Hanson, Christian H.-Darebrog, Denmark,

France; Crown, Italy; Leopold, Belgium. Harper, William R.-Legion of Honor, France; Tree, Lambert-Leopold' (commander), Belgium. Red Eagle (class II.), Prussia.

Urbano, Salvatore-Crown (chevalier), Italy. Henrotin, Charles-Legion of Honor, France; Leo Urgos, Francesco_Crown (chevalier), Italy.

pold (chevalier, officer and civic cross), Belgium; Volini, Dr. Camillo-Crown (chevalier). Italy. commander of Medjidie, Turkey.

Wever, Dr. Walther-Crown (class III.), Prussia; Henrotin, Mrs. Ellen M.-Leopold, Belgium; Red Eagle (class IV.), Prussia; Ernestine House

Palmes Academiques, France; Officer of Public Order (class I.), Saxe-Weimar.
Instruction, France; Chefakat (Order of Mercy), Zimmerman, Dr. Gustav-Red Eagle (class III.),
Turkey.

Prussia.
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In Illinois, Cook County and Chicago.
Office.
Years, 1 Office.
Years. Office.

Years. State-Representatives ........

Treasurer ......

Aldermen ...........
Senators ......
Coroner ...................

City clerk..............
Governor ..........:
State's attorney.....

City treasurer..........
Lieutenant-governor

Superintendent of schools..... Municipal court judges.........0 Secretary of state.. County clerk....

Chief justice Municipal court..6 Treasurer ...... Recorder ....

Clerk Municipal court....... Auditor ............ County judge..

Bailiff Municipal court....... Attorney-general ..... Probate judge.......

Sanitary district trustees.... Supt. public instruction... Clerk Probate court.

President sanitary board......8 University trustees. Circuit court judges.

County officers throughout the Members board equalization.. Clerk Circuit court..

state are elected for four years. Judges Supreme court..

Judges Superior court

Township officers, such as superClerk Supreme court.......... Clerk Superior court

visors, assessors, collectors and Appellate court clerks......... Clerk Criminal court

town clerks, are elected for oneCook County-Commissioners....2

Assessors ...

year terms. Highway commisPres. county commissioners....2 Members board of review...

sioners are elected for three Sheriff .....

......4 | Chicago-Mayor ..................4 | years.

JUVENILE COURT STATISTICS. 1904. 1905. 1906.

TOTAL CHILDREN ON PROBATION. Delinquent boys in court........... 1,545 2,018. 2,131

Jan. 1, Dec. 1, Delinquent girls in court... 354 455 464

1906. 1906. Dependent boys in court...... 898 1,212 1.237 Dependent boys.....

1697 Dependent girls in court...... 730 1,088 957 Dependent girls......

.. 529 762 Delinquents put on probation....... 885 1,200 1,331 Total dependents....

1,052 1.459 Dependents put on probation....... 472 871 746 Delinquent boss......

2,599 Delinquents sent to institutions... 859 1,074 799

Delinquent girls.......

..... 186 343 Dependents sent to institutions....1,132 1.388 1.384

Total delinquents....

2.942 Delinquents dismissed.....

124
185 435

Total boys...........
20

.........2,510 3,296 Dependents dismissed..

40 611 Boys held to grand jury.

1,105 14 17

Total girls..... Truants, new cases........ 278 280 Total .................

.3.225 4,401 CHICAGO STREET GRADES. The grade of the streets in the central portion the same amount in 1857 and 1872, making the of Chicago has been raised three times. In 1855 it present level fourteen feet above "city datum," was raised from 212 to 3 feet above the then ex which is the low-water mark of the lake in 1847. isting surface, and it was again raised by about

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CHICAGO'S LAKE TRADE.

No.

ARRIVALS AND CLEARANCES OF VESSELS.* TONNAGE OF CHICAGO DISTRICT IN 1906.
Arrivals.
Clearances.

Arrivals.

Clearances. Year.

Tons.
No. Tons.

Port.
No. Tons. No.

Tons. 1870.. .....12,739 3,049,265 12,433 2,983,942

Chicago

.6.766 7,835,033 6,853 7,566, 43 1871.... .12,320 3,096, 101 12,312 3,082,235 Michigan City.... 126 38,522 131

41,176 1872... . 12,824 3,059,752 12,531 3,017,790 Waukegan ...... 125 96,066 101

58, 101 1873.. .....11,858 3,225,911 11,876 3,338, 803 1874.... . 10,827 3,195,633 10,720 3, 134,078

Total ........7,017 7,969,621 7,055 7,665,709 1875....

.10,488 3,122,004 10,607 3,157,051 1876.

9,621 3,089,072 9,628 3,078, 264 1877.... ...10,233 3,274,332 10,284 3,311,083

RECEIPTS BY LAKE IN 1906. 1878....

. 10,490 3,608,534 10,494 3,631,139 1879.. 11,859 3,887,095 12,014 3,870,300

Coal, hard, tons 807,030 | Wood, cords..... 13.923 1880... 13,218 4,616,969 13,302 4,537,382

Coal, soft, tons 107,531 | Copper, tons.... 4,043 1881.... .13.048 4,533,558 12,957 4,228,689

Salt, tons........ 222, 420 Sugar, tons...... 197,423 1882... .13,351 4,849,950 13,626 4,904,999

Iron ore, tons.. 4,284,332 Green fruit, 1883.... .11.967 3,812,464 12,015 3,980,873 Cement, tons.... 67,654 packages

2,925, 479 1884..... . 11,354 3,756,973 11,472 3,751,723

Lumber, M...... 436,206 Wheat, bu...

741, 415 1885.... .....10,744 3,653,936 -10,798 3,652,286

Shingles, M..... 20,441 Rye, bu.......

20,000 1886..... .......11,157 3,926,318 11, 215 3,950,762

Lath, M.........
5,314 Flaxseed, bu....

375.000 1887.... ..11,950 4,328,292 12,023 4,421,560

Posts, pieces..... 848, 250 | Mdse., unclassi1888. . 10,989 4,393,768 11,106 4,496.898 Ties, pieces..... 1,294,970 fied

702,104 1889... ..10, 804 5,102,790 10,984 5,155,041

Poles, pieces.... 194,832 1890... .. 10,507 5,138,253 10,547 5,150,665 1891.. ....10,224 5,524,852 10,294 5,506,700

SHIPMENTS BY LAKE IN 1906. 1892

10,556 5,966,626 10,567 5,698,337 1893..... 8,754 5, 456, 637 8,789

Flour, tons......

265,129, Lard, tierces....
5,449,470
265, 129 La

2,459 1894... 8,259 5,181,260 8,329 5,211.160

Wheat, bu....... 9.090,225 Tallow, tierces.. 21.686 1895. 9,212 6,329, 702 9,363 6,392,497

Corn, bu.........42,967,928 | Pork, barrels.... 7,510 1896. 8,663 6,481, 152 8,773 6,591,203 Oats, bu......... 6,971,451 | Beef, barrels....

225 1897. 9, 156 7,209,442 9, 201 7,185,324

Rye, bu...

518,412 Hides, leather,
1898.
9,428 7,557,215 9,562 7,686,448

Barley bu......
656,021 tons ....

213 1899... 8,346 6,353, 715 8,429 6,390, 260

Flaxseed, bu.... 368,460 Wool and hair, 1900. 8,714 7,044,995 8,839 7,141, 105 Grass seed, tons 3,498 tons ...........

3,625 1901.

430 6,900,999 8,471 6.930,883 Mill stuff, tons.. 122,898 Oil, barrels..... 128.852 1902. 8,083 7,179,053 8,164 7,229.342 Malt, tons....... 9,942 Sugar, tons...

9,047 1903...

7,650 7,587,410 7,721 7.720,225 Oil cake, tons.. 57,647 Mdse., unclassi1904. 6,631 6,430,088 6,671 6,514,934

Br'm corn, bales 4,969 fied, tons...... 416,394 1905.

7,236 7,364,192 7,268 7,375,963 *Includes also South Chicago, Michigan City and 1906...... 7,017 7,969, 621 7,055 7,665, 709 | Waukegan.

IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE INTO CHICAGO.

Value of imported merchandise entered for con Articles.

Value.

Duty. sumption and withdrawals from warehouse, with | Lead, in ore.......

$744,067 $732,945.73 the amount of duties collected thereon in 1906. Leather manufactures...

732,390 331, 834.98 Lumber, sawed....

519, 274 64,956.72 Articles.

Value. Duty.
Maple sugar.........

36,314 22,930.12 American whisky return...... $25,448 $21,907.47

Metal manufactures.

301, 405 135,890.78 Articles free of duty.... 1,107,095

Millinery goods.......

573,188 268, 716.35 Ale, beer and porter.....

100,300 43,639.72
Musical instruments

238, 273 107, 222.85 Artists' materials.

22,780 6.834.00
Oils ..........

162, 246 60,190.77 Art works......

54,012 9,516.75
Paints .......

37,923 16,644.87 Automobiles ..

57,284 25, 777.80

Paper and manufactures of 234,099 73, 279.24 Books, music,

65,950 16,487.50
Pickles and sauces...

132,545 40,002.55 Brushes. 76.738 30,695.20 Plate window glass...

159, 160 103, 416.28 Champagne .......

300,591 157,526.00
Rice, cleaned...

1.913

1, 213.30 Cheese .............

255,241 99,430.98

| Rubber and manufactures o 32,384 9,820.75 Chemicals, drugs..

477.652 123, 781.67
I Salt ....................

55,568 14,592.61 China, glassware.

888,165 527,567.95
Seeds and plants.....

122, 157 39,721.87 Cigars ..... .....

47,044 42,813.35
Smokers' articles......

15, 765

9,461.64 Clocks, watches...

362,671 109,578.15
Spices, ground.......

9,348 3,403.04 Cocoa, chocolate...

61,234 8,724.27
Spirits, brandy, etc....

431,440 471,009.74 Cutlery .....

32,541 19,156.64
Stone and marble, mfrs.

11,928 5,899.29 Diamonds, precious stones 137,308 13,774.20

Sugar, cane and beet...

721

483.84 Dry goods......

7,832,600 4,435,595.50
Tea .......

2,820,372 Fish, all kinds..

816,529 139, 129.32
Tobacco, leaf....

1,074,961 897,531.62 Fruits and nuts...

586,492 250,327.46
Toys and dolls..

282, 417 98,845.95 Furs, dressed..... 91,379 27,111.60 Varnish ..............

1,486

1,922.49 Gelatin .............

2.018

728.58
Wines, still.....

232,505 88,450.62 Guns and firearms.

80.399 40,278.35
Wood, manufactures of

111,085 32,505.80 Hops .....

75,107 44,276.40
Miscellaneous articles...

256, 479 82,764.21 Inks ....................

3,804

951.00 Iron and steel.....

170,276 60,552,40 Total, 1906.......... ....24,141,004 10,005,952.35 Iron and steel wire rope... 24,648 10,561.08 Total, 1905.....

......22,138,0809,119,971.88 Jewelry ................. 54,285 32,571.00 Total, 1904...

......18,616,188 7,749,361.32

BEEF AND PORK PACKING IN CHICAGO.

Years ended March 1. Years. No. of cattle. No. of hogs. | Years. No. of cattle. No. of hogs. | Years. No. of cattle. No. of hogs. 1891-2.......... 2,667,523 5,249, 798 1896-7.......... 1,756, 431 5.967,595 1901-2.......... 2,047,489 7,691,513 1892-3....

2,469,373 4,352,095 1897-8.......... 1,732, 296 6,747,265 1902-3...... 2,017,563 6,911,947 1893-4.... 2,181,366 4,219,567 1898-9.... .... 1.603,380 8,016.675 1903-4.

2,163,976 6,763,685 1894-5.......... 1,958,206 5,293,202 1899-1900....... 1,734,776 7,544,219 1904-5.

1,918,665 6,044,758 1895-6..... 1,810,593 5,490, 410 | 1900-1...... .... 1,814,921 7,364.859 | 1905-6...... 1,988,955 6,170,341

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Chicasso Refugee Home persons Dunning avenue, a

-975 E Dunning is avenav. ola

Angel Guardian German Orphan-401 Devon avenue, Illinois Masonic Orphans' Home-447 Carroll-av. Bethany Home for Old People-2948 Paulina street. Illinois St. Andrew Society Old People's HomeBethesda Home for the Aged-30 Belden court.

43 Bryant avenue. Beulah Home-959 North Clark street.

Illinois Woman's Soldiers' Home-3834 Langley-av. Champlin Memorial Home for Boys-515 West Lifeboat Rest for Girls-472 State street. Adams street.

Margaret Etter Creche-2421 Wabash avenue. Chicago Deaconesses' Home-273 Erie street.

Marsh Memorial Home-96 Chicago avenue. Chicago Hebrew Mission Day Nursery-17 Solon-st.

Martha Washington Home-North Western avenue Chicago Home for Boys-509 West Adams street.

and Irving Park boulevard. Chicago Home for Incurables-5535 Ellis avenue.

Mercy Home-2834 Wabash avenue. Chicago Home for Jewish Orphans-Drexel avenue

Methodist Episcopal Old People's Home—975 Fosand 62d street.

ter avenue. Chicago Industrial Home for Children-Office 14

Mission of Our Lady of Mercy-363 Jackson-bd. North May street. Chicago Industrial School for Girls-4900 Prairie

Nathan Frank Jewish Orphan-592-598 North Wood

street. avenue. Chicago Municipal Lodging House--12 North Union

Newsboys and Bootblacks' Home--1418 Wabash street.

avenue.

Norwegian Lutheran Children's Home-2242 West Chicago Nursery and Half Orphan-175 Burling street and 855 North Halsted street.

Irving Park boulevard.

Norwegian Old People's Home-3488 Avondale aveChicago Orphan-5120 South Park avenue. Chicago Refuge for Girls-5024 Indiana avenue. Chicago Refuge Home for Women-664 Grand-av.

Old People's Home-3850 Indiana avenue. Church Home for Aged Persons-4325 Ellis avenue.

Orthodox Jewish Home for the Aged-Albany and Cook County Insane and Poor-Dunning.

Ogden avenues. Danish Lutheran Orphan-975 Evergreen avenue. Paulist Day Nursery-36 Eldridge place. Danish Old People's Home-Walnut avenue and St. Anthony's Orphanage-28 Frankfort street. Clarendon street.

St. Charles School for Boys-St. Charles, Ill. Danish Young People's Home-3544 Wabash avenue St. Joseph's Home for Aged and Crippled-Schuand 3925 Michigan avenue.

bert street and Hamlin avenue. Englewood Infant Nursery-6516 Perry avenue.

St. Joseph's Home for the Friendless—409 South Ephpheta Mission for Deaf Mutes-West 12th and May street. May streets.

St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum-Lake avenue and 35th Evangelical Deaconesses' Home-80 Wisconsin-st. street. Faith Missionary Home-400 West 74th street. | St. Joseph's Polish Catholic Orphan Asylum-1196 Florence Crittenton Anchorage-2615 Indiana-av. North 44th court. Foundlings' Home-114 South Wood street.

St. Joseph Polish Old Roman Catholic Orphan AsyGerman Deaconesses' Home-355 Dayton street.

lum-203 36th street. German Old People's Home-Oak Park, Ill.

St. Joseph's Provident Orphan Asylum-North 40th Harris Home for Nurses-2342 Dearborn street. avenue, near Belmont. Henrotin Memorial-La Salle avenue and Oak street. St. Mary's Home for Children-1251 West Jackson Home for the Aged-West Harrison and Throop sts. boulevard. Home for Aged Jews-Drexel avenue and 62d street. St. Mary's Mission Home--213 Washington boule. Home for Aged and Infirm Colored People-610 vard. West Garfield boulevara:

St. Mary's Training School for Boys-Feehanville, Home for Convalescent Women and Children-521 Ill. West Adams street.

St. Vincent's Infant Asylum and Maternity Hos-
Home for Destitute Crippled Children-46 Park-av. pital-191 La Salle avenue.
Home for the Friendless-Vincennes avenue and St. Vincent's Orphan Asylum-Schubert street and
51st street.

Hamlin avenue.
Home for Jewish Friendless and Working Girls, Swedish Home for the Aged-Morgan Park.
Ellis avenue and 53d street

| Uhlich Evangelical Lutheran Orphan Asylum-221 Home for Self-Supporting Women-275 Indiana-st. Burling street. House of Mercy-2834 Wabash ayenue.

Washingtonian Home-566 West Madison street. House of the Good Shepherd-Grace street, between Western German Baptist old People's Home-1006 Racine and Seminary avenues.

North Spaulding avenue. Illinois Industrial Home for the Blind—851 Mar Workingmen's Home and Medical Mission-1341 shall boulevard.

State street. Illinois Industrial School for Girls-South Evanston. Young Woman's Christian Association Home-288 Office 1037, 79 Dearborn street.

Michigan avenue. Mlinois Manual Training School Farm-Glenwood, Young Woman's Christian Home-422 Washington Ill. Office 713, 169 Jackson boulevard.

boulevard.

SOCIAL SETTLEMENTS IN CHICAGO. Abraham Lincoln-Oakwood and Langley; Rev. Frederick Douglass—3032 Wabash avenue; Mrs. Jenkin Lloyd Jones.

Celia P. Woolley. Armitage-783 Armitage avenue; Mrs. Herman Fal. Gad's Hill—869 West 22d street; Miss Harriett S. kenstein.

Cazes. Association House-575 West North avenue; Mrs. Henry Booth House–166 West 14th place; T. W. Carrie B. Wilson.

Allison. Chicago Commons-North Morgan street and Grand Hull House—335 South Halsted street; Miss Jane avenue; Graham Taylor.

Addams. Christopher House-120 Fullerton avenue; Miss Maxwell Street-185 West 13th street; Miss Mary Mary E. Vanderslice.

Field. Dearborn Center-3825 Dearborn street; Rev. J. M. Neighborhood House—1224 67th street; Mrs. H. M. Townsend.

Vandervaert.

Northwestern University-Augusta and Noble; Miss Elizabeth E. Marcy Home-134 Newberry avenue; Harriet Vittum. Rev. T. C. Warrington.

Olivet House-44 Vedder street; Rev. Norman E. Fellowship House-869 33d place; Mrs. Marion H.

Barr. Perkins.

St. Mary's—44th and Union; Mrs. Anna V. McForward Movement-305 West Van Buren street; Govern. Rev. George W. Gray.

South End—8951 Superior avenue; Miss Grace Frances E. Willard—133 Morgan street; Mrs. Eliza Darling. Smith.

University of Chicago—4630 Gross avenue; Miss Francis E. Clark—2014 Archer avenue; Chas. Espey. I Mary E. McDowell.

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