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Richard J. Oglesby, Rep...334,234
Carter H. Harrison, Sr., D.319.635
Jesse Harper, Peo....
8,605
James B. Hobbs, Pro....... 10,905
1888.

Joseph W. Fifer, Rep......367.860
John M. Palmer, Dem.. .355,313
David H. Harts, Pro.... 18,874
Willis W. Jones, U. L..... 6,394

1892.

John Collins, Soc..
59,062
Robert H. Patton, Pro..... 35,440-
Philip Veal, Soc. Lab.. 4,379
4.364
James Hogan, Peo..
780
A. G. Specht, Continental.
VOTE FOR STATE TREASUR-

ERS SINCE 1880.
(Minor candidates omitted.)
1880.
Edward Rutz, Rep..... .317,872
Thos. Butterworth, Dem..276,670
J. W. Evans, Greenback.. 26,658

1882.

John C. Smith, Rep..... .250,722
Alfred Orendorff, Dem.. ...244.585
Daniel McLaughlin, Gbk.. 15,511
John P. Altgeld, Dem......425.558 John G. Irwin, Pro... 11,130
Joseph W. Fifer, Rep......402,686
Robert R. Link, Pro.... 24.808
Nathan Barnet, Peo..

1896.

20,108

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1884.

Jacob Gross, Rep..
.338,171
Alfred Orendorff, Dem.. ..313,400
B. W. Goodhue. Peo.. 10.451
Uriah Copp, Pro............ 11,119
1886.

John R. Tanner, Rep.
Henry F. J. Ricker, Dem..240.864
.276,680
H. W. Austin, Pro... 19,766
John Budlong, Un. Lab.... 34,701
1888.

.369,991
Charles Becker, Rep...
Francis A. Hoffman, Jr., D.348,834
John W. Hart, Pro.... .... 21.174
Nathan Barnett, Un. Lab.. 7,491

1890.

Edwin S. Wilson, Dem.....331,837
Franz Amberg, Rep...... ..321,990
R. R. Link, Pro..
22,306

Henry L. Hertz, Rep......396,318
Thos. S. Marshall, Pro..... 26,426
John W. McElroy, Peo..... 21,579
1894.
Henry Wulff, Rep.
.455,886
B. J. Claggett, Dem.. ..322.459
John Randolph, Peo.
59,793
H. J. Puterbaugh, Pro..... 19,487

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1892.
Rufus N. Ramsay, Dem....425,855
STATES SENATORS FROM ILLINOIS.
Name.

Term.

Stephen A. Douglas, Dem.1847-1853
James Shields, Dem.......1849 1855
Stephen A. Douglas, Dem. 1853-1859
Lyman Trumbull,† Dem..1855-1861
Stephen A. Douglas, Dem. 1859-1861
Lyman Trumbull, Rep....1861-1867
O. H. Browning. Rep.....1861-1863
Wm. A. Richardson, Dem. 1863-1865
Richard Yates, Rep.......1865-1871
Lyman Trumbull, Rep. ..1867-1873
John A. Logan, Rep.. ...1871-1877
R. J. Oglesby, Rep. ...1873-1879
David Davis, Ind. Dem..1877-1883

Name.

Term.

Shelby M. Cullom. Rep...1883-1889
John A. Logan, Rep......1885-1886
Chas. B. Farwell, Rep...1887-1891
Shelby M. Cullom, Rep...1889-1895
John M. Palmer. Dem....1891-1897
Shelby M. Cullom, Rep..1895-1901
William E. Mason, Rep..1897-1903
Shelby M. Cullom, Rep...1901 1907
Albert J. Hopkins, Rep..1903-....
Shelby M. Cullom, Rep...1907-..

Ninian Edwards, Dem....1818-1819 James Semple, Dem... ..1843-1847 | John A. Logan, Rep......1879-1885
Jesse B. Thomas, Dem...1818-1823
Ninian Edwards, Dem....1819-1821
Jesse B. Thomas, Dem...1823-1829
John McLean, Dem.......1824-1825
Elias K. Kane, Dem.....1825-1831
John McLean, Dem.......1829-1830
David J. Baker,* Dem....1830-1830
John M. Robinson, Dem..1830-1835
Elias K. Kane, Dem......1831-1835
John M. Robinson, Dem..1835-1841
Wm. L. D. Ewing, Dem..1835-1837
Richard M. Young, Dem..1837-1843
Samuel McRoberts, Dem..1841-1843
Sidney Breese, Dem.......1843-1849

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*Appointed to serve unexpired term of McLean-one month. Anti-Nebraska democrat.

VALUE OF MINERAL PRODUCTS IN ILLINOIS (1905-1906).

.$44,763,062 | Portland cem't $2.461,494 | Fluorspar
12,783,813 Sand & gravel 1,043,041 Mineral water.
3,476,449 Natural & slag
Lead ore.....
3.275,802 cement
188,262 Spelter (est.)..

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Calhoun-Jan. 10, 1825-251-John C. Calhoun. Carroll-Feb. 22, 1839-450-Chas. Carroll of Carrollton.

Cass-March 3, 1837-460-Gen. Lewis Cass.
Champaign-Feb. 20, 1833-1,008-County in Ohio.
Christian-Feb. 15, 1839-702-County in Kentucky.
Clark-March 22, 1819-513-George Rogers Clark.
Clay-Dec. 23, 1824-466-Henry Clay.
Clinton-Dec. 27, 1824-487-DeWitt Clinton.
Coles-Dec. 25, 1830-520-Gov. Edward Coles.
Cook-Jan. 15, 1831-890-Daniel P. Cook.*
Crawford-Dec. 31, 1816-470-Wm. H. Crawford of
Georgia.

Cumberland-March 2, 1843-350-Cumberland road.
DeKalb-March 4, 1837-650-Baron DeKalb.
DeWitt-March 1, 1839-440-DeWitt Clinton.
Douglas-Feb. 8. 1859-410-Stephen A. Douglas.
DuPage-Feb. 9, 1839-340-DuPage river.
Edgar-Jan. 3, 1823-640-John Edgar (merchant).
Edwards-Nov. 28, 1814-220-Gov. Ninian Edwards.
Effingham-Feb. 15, 1831-486-Gov. Edw. Effingham.
Fayette-Feb. 14, 1821-720-Marquis de LaFayette.
Ford-Feb. 17, 1859-580-Gov. Thomas Ford.
Franklin-Jan. 2. 1818-430-Benjamin Franklin.
Fulton-Jan. 28, 1823-864-Robert Fulton.
Gallatin-Sept. 14, 1812-340-Albert Gallatin.
Greene-Jan. 20, 1821-540-Gen. Nathanael Greene.
Grundy-Feb. 17, 1841-440-Felix Grundy of Ten-

nessee.

Hamilton-Feb. 8, 1821-440-Alexander Hamilton. Hancock-Jan. 13, 1825-780-John Hancock. Hardin-March 2, 1839-180-County in Kentucky. Henderson-Jan. 30, 1841-380-Henderson river. Henry-Jan. 13, 1825-825-Patrick Henry. Iroquois-Feb. 26, 1833-1,100-Indian name. Jackson-Jan. 10, 1816-580-Andrew Jackson. Jasper-Feb. 15, 1831-484-Sergt. Wm. Jasper. Jefferson-March 26, 1819-466-Thomas Jefferson. Jersey-Feb. 28, 1839-360-New Jersey.

Jo Daviess-Feb. 17, 1827-650-Col. Jo Daviess of Kentucky.

Johnson-Sept. 14, 1812-340-Col. Richard M. John

son.

Kane-Jan. 16, 1836-540-Senator Elias K. Kane.
Kankakee-Feb. 11, 1853-680-Indian name.
Kendall-Feb. 19, 1841-321-Amos Kendall (post-
master-general).

Knox-Jan. 13, 1825-720-Gen. Henry Knox.
Lake March 1, 1839-394-Lake Michigan.
LaSalle-Jan. 15, 1831-1,152-Explorer LaSalle.
Lawrence-Jan. 16, 1821-362-Com. Jas. Lawrence.
Lee-Feb. 27. 1839-728-Richard Henry Lee.
Livingston-Feb. 27. 1837-1,026-Edward Livingston.

square miles and origin of names.

Logan-Feb. 15, 1839-620-Dr. John Logan.†
Macon-Jan. 19, 1829-580-Nathaniel Macon
North Carolina.

of

Macoupin-Jan., 17, 1829-864-Indian name.
Madison Sept. 14, 1812-740-James Madison.
Marion-Jan. 24, 1823-576-Gen. Francis Marion.
Marshall-Jan. 19, 1839-350-John Marshall.
Mason-Jan. 20, 1841-518-County in Kentucky.
Massac-Feb. 8, 1843-240-Fort Massac.
McDonough-Jan. 25, 1826-576-Gen. Thomas Mc-
Donough.

McHenry-Jan. 16, 1836-612-Gen. Wm. McHenry.
McLean Dec. 25, 1830-1.161-John McLean (con-
gressman).
Menard-Feb. 15, 1839-311-Lieut.-Gov. Pierre Me-
nard.

Mercer-Jan. 13, 1825-550-Gen. Hugh Mercer. Monroe-Jan. 6, 1816-380-James Monroe. Montgomery-Feb. 12, 1821-740-Gen. R. Montgom

ery.

Morgan-Jan. 31, 1823-563-Gen. Daniel Morgan.
Moultrie-Feb. 16, 1843-340-Gen. Wm. Moultrie.
Ogle-Jan. 16, 1836-773-Lieut. Joseph Ogle.
Peoria-Jan. 13, 1825-630-Indian name.
Perry-Jan. 29, 1827-432-Com. Oliver H. Perry.
Piatt-Jan. 27, 1841-440-Benj. Piatt (atty.-gen.).
Pike-Jan. 31, 1821-756-Zebulon M. Pike.
Pope-Jan. 10, 1816-360-Nathaniel Pope.

Pulaski-March 3, 1843-190-Count Casimir Pulaski.
Putnam-Jan. 13, 1825-170-Gen. Israel Putnam.
Randolph-Oct. 5, 1795-560-Edmund Randolph.
Richland-Feb. 24, 1841-380-County in Ohio.
Rock Island-Feb. 9, 1839-420-Island same name.
Saline-Feb. 25, 1847-396-Saline creek.
Sangamon-Jan. 30. 1821-875-Indian name.
Schuyler-Jan. 13. 1825-414-Gen. Philip Schuyler.
Scott-Feb. 16, 1839-252-County in Kentucky.
Shelby-Jan. 23, 1827-760-Gov. Isaac Shelby.
Stark-May 2, 1839-290-Gen. John Stark.

St. Clair-April 27, 1790-Gen. Arthur St. Clair.
Stephenson-March 4, 1837-573-Col. Benjamin
Stephenson.

Tazewell-Jan. 31, 1827-650-Gov. L. W. Tazewell.
Union-Jan. 2, 1818-400-Union of states.
Vermilion-Jan. 18, 1826-882-Vermilion river.
Wabash-Dec. 27, 1824-220-Indian name.
Warren-Jan. 13, 1825-540-Gen. Joseph Warren.
Washington-Jan. 2, 1818-557-George Washington.
Wayne-March 26,, 1819-720-Gen. Anthony Wayne.
White-Dec. 9, 1815-500-Capt. Leonard White.
Whiteside-Jan. 16, 1836-676-Col. Sam Whiteside.
Will-Jan. 12. 1836-850-Conrad Will.
Williamson-Feb. 28, 1839-440-County in Tennes-

see.

Winnebago-Jan. 16, 1836-540-Indian name. Woodford-Feb. 27, 1841-556-County in Kentucky. *Lawyer and first attorney-general of Illinois. Father of Gen. John A. Logan. Member of constitutional convention of 1818.

MEMBERS OF THE 54 TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF ILLINOIS (1907-1908).
Senators and representatives are paid $1,000 each per year.

SENATE.
Dist.
Republicans, 44; democrats, 7.
1. Charles L. Billings, R., Chicago.
2. Homer K. Galpin, R., Chicago.
3. S. A. Ettelson, R., Chicago...
4. P. J. McShane, R., Chicago.

5. Walter Clyde Jones, R., Chicago.

6. W. M. Brown, R., Chicago.. 7. John Humphrey, R., Orland.. 8. A. N. Tiffany, R., Antioch. J. Edward J. Rainey, D., Chicago. 10. A. J. Anderson, R., Rockford.. 11. Carl Lundberg, R., Chicago.. 12. J. C. McKenzie, R., Elizabeth.. 13. Albert C. Clark, R., Chicago.. 14. H. H. Evans, R., Aurora.. 15. C. R. Jandus, D., Chicago. 16. Ira M. Lish, R., Saunemin. 17. E. J. Glackin, D., Chicago. 18. J. D. Putnam, R., Elmwood.. 19. C. E. Cruickshank, R., Chicago. 20. Ed C. Curtis, R., Grant Park.. 21. D. A. Campbell, R., Chicago. 22. W. Acton, R., Danville..

23. Niels Juul, R.. Chicago.. 24. H. M. Dunlap, R., Savoy.

25. H. H. Breidt, R., Chicago.

County.
.Cook
Cook
Cook
Cook

..Cook

.Cook
.Cook

.Lake
.Cook

Winnebago
Cook
.Jo Daviess
.Cook
..Kane
..Cook
..Livingston

.Cook
.Peoria
.Cook
.Kankakee
..Cook
Vermilion
..Cook
.Champaign

Cook
McLean
..Cook

.Macon

..Cook
Tazewell
..Cook

. Hancock
Rock Island
.Coles
...Lee

26. G. W. Stubblefield, R., Bloomington.
27. John Broderick, D., Chicago..
28. J. A. Henson, R., Decatur..
29. Harry G. Hall, R., Chicago..
30. G. W. Cunningham, D., Pekin..
31. Frank P. Schmitt, R., Chicago.
32. O. F. Berry, R., Carthage..
33. Frank A. Landee, R., Moline.
34. S. C. Pemberton, R., Oakland..
35. Charles H. Hughes, R., Dixon..
36. Thomas D. Bare, R., Hardin...
37. B. Frank Baker, R., Kewanee..
38. F. W. Burton, D., Carlinville..
39. C. P. Gardner, R., Mendota..
40. George D. Chafee, R., Shelbyville.
41. Richard J. Barr, R., Joliet..
42. Charles E. Hull, D., Salem.

43. C. F. Hurburgh, R., Galesburg.

44. R. J. McIlvain, R., Murphysboro.

45. Logan Hay, R., Springfield..

46. J. L. Houser, R., Calhoun..

Quincy
Henry
Macoupin
..LaSalle

Shelby
Will
Marion
Knox
..Jackson
.Sangamon
Richland
Madison
..St. Clair
Williamson
Massac

47. G. M. McCormick, R., Collinsville...

48. Jesse E. Bartley, R., Shawneetown....Gallatin

49. R. S. Hamilton, R., Marissa.. 50. W. O. Potter, R., Marion..

51. D. W. Helm, R., Metropolis.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Republicans, 89; democrats, 61; prohibitionists, 3.

1. Francis P. Brady, R., Chicago..
Alexander Lane, R., Chicago.
T. J. McNally, D., Chicago..
2. F. J. McNichols, R., Chicago.
Paul I. Zaabel, R., Chicago..
F. E. Donoghue, D., Chicago..
3. William Ostrum, R., Chicago.
Oliver Sollitt, R., Chicago.
John P. Walsh, D.. Chicago..
4. E. O. Kowalski, R., Chicago..
George C. Hilton, D., Chicago.
John C. Russell, D., Chicago.
5. W. P. ApMadoc, R., Chcago..
Morton D. Hull, R., Chicago.
John P. McGoorty, D., Chicago.
6. John W. Hill, R., Chicago..

William C. Levere, R., Chicago.
Robert E. Wilson, D., Chicago..
7. Louis H. Pierson, R., Chicago.
Frederick B. Roos, R., Chicago.
Walter A. Lantz, D., Chicago.
8. Frank R. Covey, R., Belvidere.
E. D. Shurtleff, R., Marengo..
D. E. Gibbons, D.. West Deerfield..
9. D. E. Shanahan, R., Chicago..
Anton J. Cermak, D., Chicago.
Eugene Danaher, D., Chicago.
10. E. D. Reynolds, R., Rockford.
J. Lawrence, R.. Polo...
J. H. Corcoran, D., Rockford.

..Cook

...Cook

.Cook

Cook

.Cook

Dist.

11. Chester W. Church, R., Chicago..
Henry D. Fulton, R., Chicago.
R. W. McKinlay, D., Chicago.
12. W. W. Gillespie, R., Savanna..
W. W. Krape, R.. Freeport..
D. Pattison, D., Freeport..
13. Cornelius J. Ton, R., Chicago..
Edward C. Fitch, R., Chicago.
John J. Poulton, D., Chicago..
14. Charles H. Backus, R., Hampshire.
Charles C. Hoge, R., Newark.
N. L. Johnson, P., Batavia...
15. Thomas Curran, R., Chicago..
Dennis J. Egan, D., Chicago..
John A. Hruby, Jr., D., Chicago.
16. H. T. Ireland, R., Washburn..
Josiah Kerrick, R., Minonk..
Christian Haase, D., Washburn..
17. E. J. Smejkal, R., Chicago.
William Navigato, D., Chicago.
E. M. Abrahams, D.. Chicago..
18. W. G. McRoberts, R., Peoria..
Charles F. Black, R., Mapleton..
J. R. Boulware, D., Peoria.
19. C. A. Schumacher, R., Chicago.
James M. Kittleman, R., Chicago.
J. J. McLaughlin, D., Chicago.
20. Israel Dudgeon, R., Morris.

G. H. Hamilton, R., Watseka.
J. W. Allison, D., Essex..
21. F. E. Erickson, R., Chicago.

William H. Troyer, R., Chicago.
Thomas J. O'Brien, D., Chicago.
22. W. V. Dysert, R., Danville.

Charles A. Allen, R., Hoopeston.
Clay F. Gaumer, P., Alvin...
23. Henry W. Austin, R., Chicago..
Christopher Beck, R., Chicago.
P. F. Murray, D., Chicago..
24. Charles Adkins, R., Bement.
John R. Pogue, R., Sullivan..
P. P. Schaefer, D., Champaign.
25. Albert F. Keeney, R., Chicago..
C. L. Fieldstack, R., Chicago..
F. H. Landmesser, D., Chicago.
26. C. M. Coyle, R., Gridley.

Paul Finnan, D., Bloomington.
J. R. Golden, P., Gibson City.
27. Albert Glade, R., Chicago..

D. V. McDonough,* D., Chicago.
J. S. Geshkewich, D., Chicago..
28. John G. Oglesby, R.. Elkhart.
J. R. Robinson, R., Farmer City
B. F. Staymates, D., Clinton..
29. Charles A. Nelson, R., Chicago.
Edward Hope, R., Chicago.
Patrick J. Sullivan, D., Chicago.
30. Louis Zinger, R., Pekin.

W. I. Manny, D., Mount Sterling.
A. M. Foster, D., Rushville..
31 Matthew Mills, R., Chicago.
Charles E. Erby, R., Chicago..
John C. Werdell, D., Chicago.
..Cook 32. John E. Harris, R.. Bushnell.

..Cook

..Cook

.Cook

..Cook

.Cook

.Cook

.Cook

..Cook

.Cook

Cook

.Cook

..Cook

.Cook

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H. L. Jewell, R., Phelps.
John A. Califf, D., Carthage.

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33. T. Campbell, R., S. Rock Island...Rock Island

34. W. T. Hollenbeck, R., Marshall..
John F. Martin, R., Arthur..
Seymour Hurst, D., Marshall.

.Cook 35. H. L. Sheldon, R., Rock Falls.
G. M. Tindall, R., Kirkland.
H. F. Gehant, D., West Brooklyn.
36. C. H. Castle, R., Quincy..
C. S. Hearn, D., Quincy.
Charles E. Bolin, D., Milton..
37. F. J. Liggett, Bradford.

.Cook
.Boone
McHenry

..Lake
Cook
Cook
.Cook
Winnebago

...Ogle

Winnebago

C. J. Pervier, R., Sheffield..
W. J. McGuire, D., Kewanee.
38. W. H. Behrens, R., Carlinville.
S. D. Canaday, D., Hillsboro..
George W. Witt, D., Kane.

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A. A. Clapsaddle, R., Leland..

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

Greene

..LaSalle

..LaSalle

.LaSalle

Dist.

40. W. M. Provine, R., Taylorville.. Joseph S. Clark, D., Vandalia.. J. C. Richardson, D., Edinburg.... 41. G. L. Bush, R., Downers Grove. Frank L. Parker, R., Joliet.. Thomas L. Riley, D., Joliet. 42. C. L. McMackin, R., Salem..

H. J. Beckmeyer, D., Carlyle. John A. Read, D., Mason.. 43. B. M. Chiperfield, R., Canton.. E. J. King, R., Galesburg.. M. J. Dougherty, D., Galesburg. 44. William Stevenson, R., Tilden. Porter Baird, R., Pyatt. Charles S. Luke, D., Nashville.. 45. Frank J. Heinl, R., Jacksonville. Charles McBride, D., Springfield. C. Schermerhorn, D., Springfield..

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MANUFACTURES IN ILLINOIS.

[From reports of the bureau of the census.]

...Pulaski

.Franklin

Alexander

.Saline

...Pope ...Johnson

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Estab

Wage

Cost of

lish- Capital. earnments.

Wages.

Value of products

ers.

82 $71.383,289 44 3,656,671 52 4,631.953 1,406 13,515,431 290 10,838.860 115 28,708.951 405 5.322,352 480 19,596,095 779 22,392,250

materials.

15,359 $8,851,404 $17,750.852 $38,412.452 3,947 1,865,319 5,656,109 9,026,238 3,637 1,549,902 4,380,389 7,363,734 7,415 4,115,445 14,279,499 26,145.472 4,186 2.320,141 4,885,773 9,798.965 28,131 18,035,283 33,440,729 56,417,673 1,735 828,577 10,708,998 13,276,533 7,879 4,296,138 2,437,581 10.802,721 24,973 11.996,764 33,523,635 67.439.617 25 6,488,160 953 431,889 12,482,957 15,745,057 87 3,703,861 3,587 1,169,781 4,201.876 7,645.621 104 21,644,783 363 14,128,467 793 84,497,662 202 16,936,222 64 97,119,203 7 9,728,911 27 58,538,650 28 11,649,246 127 44,458,860 269 6,016,586 270 11,002,842 21 13,525,509 56 16,470,680 39 7,828,577 260 5,582,845 2,289 38.478,147 68 80,477,268 34 7,604,086 273 25,951,373 1,788 5,157,197

6,131 3,203,435 7,649,446 16,700,027 2.410 1,210,865 34,929,657 39,892,127 36,528 21,936,853 32,071,517 79,961,482 12,266 6,637,897 9,549,259 22,131,846 2,964 1,695,472 4,519,400 16,007,519 1,933 1,235,203 12,421,034 14,532,180 18,358 11,468,957 57.655,185 87,352.761 2.770 1,326,440 8,173,788 10,758,196 4,725 3,411,482 11,677,815 77,888,841 4,495 1,904,669 3,326,460 7.081,470 6,994 3,969,618 10,514,845 18,296,035

502 378.063 6,702,702 8,539,870 7,508 3,931,669 5,397,737 13,323,358 1,029 595,077 6,523,137 9.484,280 1,380 578,932 2,442.029 10,667.467 20.178 12,294,261 15,395,833 57.518,082 26,953 14.560.777 279,854,559 317,206.082 1.905 886,761 9,345,061 14,156.708 5,056 2,735,812 8,253,676 14,246,180 6,675 3,463,018 4.109.626 11,669.485 1,905 1,349,684 10,051.888 14,099.566 10,851/772,448,691 274.467 154,226,586 684.313.052 1123587645 10,414 591,306,152 240,797 118,318,447 546.387,589 882630356 437 181.142,539 33,670 35,908.139 137,925.463 240957289

4 5,413,701

CITIES AND TOWNS (1905).

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Alton

$8,696,814 Decatur

$8,667,302

Kankakee

Aurora

7,329,028 East St. Louis. 37,586,198

Kewanee

Belleville

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Bloomington

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Champaign

486,229 Galesburg

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Chicago

.955.036,277 Jacksonville

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Danville

3,304,120 Joliet

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By a decision of the Illinois Supreme court handed down April 18, 1907, six former state auditors and fourteen state treasurers holding office since 1872

were held liable for $321,001 in fees illegally taken

from the treasury.

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