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THE UNITED STATES TREASURY.

RECEIPTS.

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The revenues of the Government from all sources for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1890, were : Customs

.......... $229,668,584 57 Internal revenue....

• 142,606,705 81 Profits on coinage, bullion deposits and assays.....

10,217,244 25 Sales of public lands ......

6,358,272 51 Fees - consular, letters patent, etc....

3,146,692 32 Sinking fund for Pacific railways 1.842,564 52 Tax on national banks.

1,301,326 58 Customs fees, fines, penalties, etc 1,299, 3:24 52 Repayment of interest by Pacific railways

1705,691 52 Sales of Indian lands......

372,288 15 Soldiers' Home, permanent fund. 308,836 99 Tax on seal skins.... ...........

262,500 00 Immigrant fund........

241,464 00 Sales of Government property.. 192, 123 99 • Deposits for surveying public lands .....

112,314 79 Depredations on public lands.... 35,852 37 District of Columbia......

2,809, 130 93 Miscellaneous sources......

1,600,014 81 Postal service ..............

60,882,097 92 Total receipts..... ......... $463,963,080 55

Internal revenue..... $11,725,191 89
Customs.......... 5,835,842 88
Sinking fund for P

cific railways..... 521, 439 99
Revenues of the Dis-

trict of Columbia.. 285,180 24
Fees on letters patent 203,107 13
Repayment of inter-

est by Pacific rail-
ways............

101,926 80
Customs emolument]
fees...............

84,911 65
Customs fines, penal-

ties, and forfeitures 52,097 63
Profits on coinage,
assays, etc.........

51,979 46
Custom house fees... 49,294 46
Deposits for survey-

ing public lands. . 16,496 16 Immigrant fund..... 5,267 50 Sales of public lands

$1,680,379 28 Consular fees........

315,167 88 Soldiers' Home, permanent fund ......

283,540 26 Tax on circulation of national banks ....

234,760 58 Registers' and receivers' fees. ..........

119,310 52 Sales of Government property ..

103,406 43 Sales of Indian lands.

73,970 04 Tax on sealskins ....

55,000 00 Depredations on pub·lic lands. .....

29,581 92 Miscellaneous items..

6,695 09 Total ............ 1$ 18,932,735 79 $2,901,812 00 Net increase, $16,030,923 79.

There was an increase of $15,739.871 in the ordinary expenditures, as follows:

EXPENDITURES.

The expenditures for the same period were: Civil expenses.................... $23,638,826 62 Foreign intercourse..............

1,648,276 59 Indian service..

6,708,046 67 Pensions........

106,936,855 07 War Department...

44,582,838 08 Naval Department........

22,006,206 24 Miscellaneous objects, including

public buildings, light-houses,

and collecting the revenues .... 50,438,733 76 District of Columbia.....

5,677,419 52 Interest on the public debt..... 36,099,284 05 Postal service ...............

65,930,717 11 Total expenditures........... $363,667,203 71

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Pensions.... ....... $19,312,075 96 Leaving a surplus of $76,857,678.90, which was Civil and miscellaneapplied as follows:

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739,192 23

Navy Department... 627,96 93 Redemption of

War Department.... 147,567 23 Loan of July and August, 1861.... $4,100 00 Int. on public debt.

$4,902,200 24 Loan of July and Ăugust, 1861,

Indian service.......

'184,161 11 continued at 34 per cent...... 2,300 00 Loan of 1863....

2,500 00 Total .............. $20,826,232 35/ $5,086,361 35 Loan of 1863, continued at 34 per cent......

Net increase, $15,739,871.

1,500 00 Five-twenties of 1862.........

1,850 00

Internal Revenue. Five-twenties of June, 1864..

50 00 Five-twenties of 1865..

3,200 00 Aggregate annual receipts of the Brooklyn Consols of 1865....

2,750 00 District: Consols of 1867......

11,450 00 1863. $129,577 34 1878...... $3,692,507 68 Ten-forties of 1864...

3,000 00 1864.... 651,552 47 1879...... 3,513,417 GO Funded loan of 1881.....

1,800 00 1865.

1,271,852 46 1880... 3,264,352 96 Funded loan of 1881, continued at

1866.... 1,567,312 79 1881 2,959,673 22 3. per cent......................

5,200 00 1867. 1,273,134 43 1882. 2,984,084 80 Loan of 1882.....

43,750 00 1868.

891,482 82 1883. 2,802,941 66 Old demand, compound interest,

1869.
681,369 99 1884

2,685,803 96 and other notes.

2,330 00 1870..
576,877 68 1885.

2,840,455 10 Purchase of

1871.... 2,134,183 07 1886

3,046,409 05 Funded loan of 1891............. 18,486,500 00

1872...

4.463,363 05 1887... 3,208,195 07 Funded loan of 1907.

in of 1907.............. 46,227,900 00 1873.... 4,029, 458 55 1888. 3,384,638 73 Premium on funded loan of 1891.... 716,634 08

1874....

3,738,344 34 1889. 3,525,693 10 Premium on funded loan of 1907.... 11,340,864 82 1875.... 3,722,678 16 1890.. 3,902,033 88

1876.. 3,210,107 13 Total................

............$76,857,678 90 | 1877... 3,355,097 iz Total...$73,506,600 11

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THE UNITED STATES TREASURY-Continued.
Exports and Imports.
The following table gives the total value of
imports and exports of the United States for

Articles and Occupations. Rate of Amount

Tax. | Collected. year ending October 31, 1890, compared with the previous year: MERCHANDISE.

TOBACCO, SNUFF, CIGARS, 1890.

ETC. Exports...

...............$860,675.340 Imports..........................

817,324,233

Cigars and cheroots, per
thousand ...

$3 00 $12,263,669 95 Excess of exports.....................$43,351,107

Cigarettes, under 3 lbs., 1889.

per thousand....

1,116,627 34 Exports...... $798,627,380 Manufacturers of cigars.

122,896 49 Snuft, per pound. ....

737 731 27 Imports............................. 766,092,450

Tobacco, chewing and Excess of exports.................... $32,534,930

smoking, per pound....

18,325,481 36 Dealers in leaf tobacco...

39,372 74 GOLD AND SILVER COIN AND BULLION.

Leaf retailers, under 25,000 1890.

pounds...............

4,692 58 Exports of Gold.......................$23,752,198

Leaf retailers, annual sales Exports of Silver..................... 29,024,697 not over $500..........

427 08 Total....

Dealers in manufactured
.............$52,776,895
tobacco..........

1,331,118 24

Manufacturers of tobacco. Imports of Gold....

5,197 50 .......

$15,352,688

Peddlers of tobacco, 1st|
Imports of Silver.

23,894,185
class....

75 00

Peddlers of tobacco, 20 Total............. .............. $39,146,873

class...

5,852 86

Peddlers of tobacco, 3d Excess of exports................... - $13,630,022

class...

4,725 30 1839.

Peddlers of tobacco, 4th
Exports of Gold ..

.$69,146,411
class.

1,123 35 Exports of Silver.... 39,435,080

$33,958,991 06

Total.... ...................
Total............................ $102,581, 491

FERMENTED LIQUORS.
Imports of Gold.................... .$11,793,362
Imports of Silver...

........ 19,169,090

Fermented liquors, per|
barrel...........

$1 00 $25,494,798 50 Total.

$30,962, 452

Brewers, less than 500 bar-
rels annually....

25,533 40 Excess of exports..................... $71,619,039 Brewers, over 500 barrels TOTAL MERCHANDISE AND COIN AND BULLION. annually ........

147,375 07 1890.

Retail dealers in malt Exports.............................. $913,452,235 liquors......

147,673 16 Imports. ...................

! Wholesale dealers in malt|
liquors............

193, 54 61 Excess of exports.................. - $56,981,129 1889.

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

$26,008,531 74 Exports............................. $901,208,871 Imports.......... .......... 797,054,902

OLEOMARGARINE. Excess of exports over imports......$104, 153,969 Oleomargarine, domestic,

per pound .....

$0 02 $619,205 72 U, S. Internal Revenue.

Manufacturers of oleoThe amount collected in the several Districts margarine..............

600 00 10,200 00 of the United States during the fiscal year ended

Manufacturers commenc-
June 30, 1890, was as follows:

ing business after June
30.... ............

500 00 1,500 00 Amount Articles and Occupations. Tax.

Retail dealers......

48 00 100,068 00 Collected. Wholesale dealers........ 480 00 55,318 00 Total............... ......

$786,291 72 DISTILLED SPIRITS, ETC.

BANKS AND BANKERS. From apples, peaches, or grapes, per gall....... | $0 90 | $1,357,316 72

Banks, bankers, and note

brokers... From other materials, per

.... 10 p. c. $69 90 gall ....

75,181,685 90

Collections not otherwise provided Rectifiers of less than 500

for .............................. barrels. .. 96,033 41

16,718 16 Rectifiers of 500 barrels or more.............

PENALTIES, ETC.

88,666 68 Dealers, retail liquor. ....

4,534,174 81

Unassessed penalties .....

421,738 57 Dealers, wholesale.....

$10,489 69

Upon unstamped instruments..
Manufacturers of stills...

1,006 70
Recovered by suits....

19,664 94 Stills, or worms for distill

Received on compromises.... ing, each ...

86,218 34 4,240 00 Interest.....

1,019 73 Stamps, spirits intended

Costs........... ..............

2,512 30 for export, each........

19,291 20

Total........ Total............ ........ $81,687,375 09

$136,720 90 Grand total...

$142,594,696 57

......... 856,471,106

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UNITED STATES COINAGE. I TABLE OF WEIGHTS AND The following table shows the amount and

MEASURES. varieties of coinage executed at the United States Mints in Philadelphia, San Francisco,

English Weights. Carson City and New Orleans, during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1890.

TROY WEIGHT.

French Denomination. Pieces. Value.

Found Ounces. weights. Grains. Grammes. 1........ 12..... . 240...... 5760 = 373.2419

20...... 480 = 31.1085 GOLD.

1...... 24 = 1.5552 Double eagles ....... 977,393 $19,547,860 00

APOTHECARIES' WEIGHT. Eagles............... 239,870 2,398,700 00

ID 3 3 2 37,995 00

gr. Half eagles..... 7,599

French Three dollars.....

2,374 7,122 00 Pound. Oz. Drachms. Scruples. Grains. Grammes Quarter eagles...

67

'167 50 Dollars .........

29,904
29,904 00

1..... 12..... 96..... 288...... 5760 = 373.2419

1..... S..... 24...... 480 = 31.1035 1,257,207 $22,021,748 50 Total gold......

1..... 3...... 60 = 3.8879

1.. ... 20 = 1.2959 SILVER.

1= .0648 Standard dollars.... 35,923,816 $35,923,816 00

AVOIRDUPOIS WEIGHT.
Half dollars...

12,716
6,358 00

French Quarter dollars ....

12,716
3.179 00

Pound. Ounces. Drachms. Grains. Grammes. Dimes ............. 8,824,837 882,483 70

1........ 16...... 256.... 7000 = 453.5926 1......

437.5 16....

= Total silver....

28.3495 44,774,085 $36,815,836 70

1.... 27.343 = 1.7718 MINOR.

Metric Measures. Five cents.. ..

18,745,198 $937,259 90 Three cents.

18,801
664 03

MEASURES OF LENGTH.
One cent..
47,902, 780 479,027 80

1 Millimetre = 0.001 of a metre.

1 Centimetre = 0.010 of a metre. Total minor... 66,666,779 $1,416,851 73

1 Decimetre = 0.100 of a metre=ab. 4 in. Total coinage.. 112,698,071 $60,254,436 93 1 METRE

1.000=39.37 in.
1 Decametre = 10.000 metres.
1 Hectometre: 100.000 metres.

1 Kilometre, = 1.000.000 metres=ab. % of a mile Size and Weight of U, S. Coins. 1 Myriametre=10,000.000 metres=ab. 63 miles.

The following table shows the legal weight and fineness of the Coins of the United States,

MEASURES OF SURFACE. their diameter and thickness:

1 Centiare = 1 Square metre=ab. 13 sq. yds. 1 ARE = 100 square metres.

1 Hectare = 10,000 square metres=ab. 242 acres. Denomination.

MEASURES OF VOLUME.
1 Cubic Metre = 1000 Cubic Decimetres.

= 1000 Litres, or one Kilolitre.
= 1 Stere.

Legal
Weight
(Grains).

Diameter
|(20ths of an

inch).
Thickness
(1000ths of
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WEIGHT AND COST OF SILVER

DOLLARS.
The weight and cost of silver bullion pur.
chased and delivered at the coinage mints from
July 1, 1889, to July 1, 1890, was:

Standard ounces, 30,912, 111.17; cost, $26,899,326.32. Coinage, $35,923,816. Coined from March 1, 1878, to July 1, 1890, $369,424,628. Monthly average, July 1, 1889, to July 1, 1890, $2,993,651.00.

The fineness of the gold and silver coins is 900–1,000ths; that of the 5 and 3 cent pieces 75 per cent. copper, 25 per cent. nickel, and that of the 2 and 1 cent pieces 95 per cent. copper, 5 per cent. tin and zinc.

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THE NATIONAL DEBT, The following is a summary of the National | CASH IN THE TREASURY, DECEMBER 31, 1890. Debt Statement, December 31, 1890:

For redemption of:

United States Notes.............$100,000,000 00 INTEREST BEARING DEBT.

Gold Certificates .............. 175,431,969 00 Funded loan of 1891 at 41 per cent. $59.174.550

Silver Certificates. ............. 309,855,778 00 Funded loan of 1907 at 4 per cent..... 559,742,700 Currency Certificates........... 6,820,000 00 Refunding certificates at 4 per cent.. 99,490 Treasury Notes,act July 14, 1890. 24,090,500 00

For matured debt, accrued interest, Aggregate. ... .............. $619,019,740 and interest due and unpaid.. .. 5,670,597 05 DEBT BEARING NO INTEREST.

Total..

::::::.............:::.. $621,868,844 05 Legal Tender Notes............... $346,681,016 00

Fractional Silver, Fractional CurOld Demand Notes.....

56,032 50

rency, and minor coin not full National Bank Notes:

legal tender.........

19,153,006 13 Redemption Account....

Net cash balance...........

38,418,806 63 Fractional Currency.$15,286,560 97

Total Debt ........

........... 679,440,656 81 ........ 8,375,934 00

Debt, less cash in the Treasury... 662,430,541 67 6,910,626 97

RAILROAD BONDS.

Interest Aggregate.......................$404,970,706 22

Name of Railroad Principal. not yet

paid. GOLD AND SILVER CERTIFICATES AND LEGAL

Central Pacific. ....... $25,885,120 00 $776.553 60 TENDER Notes.

Kansas Pacific...

6,303,000 00 189,090 00 Gold Certificates.................... $175,431,969 Union Pacific ........ 27,236,512 001 817,095 36 Silver Certificates...

309,855,778 Central Branch, U. P.. 1,600,000 00 48.000 00 Currency Certificates...

6,820,000 Western Pacific........ 1,970,560 00 59,116 80 Treasury Notes of 1890....

24,090,500 Sioux City and Pacific. 1,628,320 001 48,849 60 Total in the Treasury ....

35, 154,722 Total in Circulation.....

481,043,525 Total .............. $64,623,512 00l1,938,705 36 Total amount issued..

516,198,247 Interest paid by the United States..$86,363,968

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