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REVIVING DROWNED PERSONS.

The following important suggestions to bathers

are given by the society : THE executive committee of the Life Saving

Avoid entering the water within two hours after Society of New York has issued the following a meal; or when exhausted from any cause; or series of rules for the treatment of persons rescued

when the body is cooling after perspiration. from the water in an insensible condition:

Stay in the water usually not more than fifteen Rule 1.–To drain off water from chest and

minutes. stomach : instantly strip the patient to the waist. Leave the water always with promptness, and Place him face downward, the pit of the stomach dress at once. Do it immediately on suffering being raised above the level of the mouth by a

from chilliness, especially if there be numbness large hard roll of clothing placed beneath' it.

of hands and feet. Throw your weight forcibly two or three times The best time for bathing for strong persons is for a moment or two upon the patient's back, before breakfast. Cover roll of clothing, so as to press all fluids in

For the young or weakly the best time is two the stomach out of the mouth.

or three hours after breakfast. Rule 2.-To perform artificial breathing : quick

Bathing should be entirely avoided by those in ly turn the patient upon his back, the roll of

whom it habitually causes faintness, giddiness or clothing being so placed beneath as to make the disagreeable palpitation of the heart. breast-bone the highest point of the body.

Exposure of the head to the sun during bathing Kneel beside or astride patient's hips. Grasp is attended with special danger of sunstroke. front part of the chest on either side of the pit

The proper method of bringing a drowning of the stomach, resting your fingers along the man to shore is to approach the drowning man spaces between the short ribs.

Brace your elbows from behind. Seize him with your left hand by against your sides, and steadily grasping and the hair, coat collar or shuulder. Turn him on pressing forward and upward, throwing your his back, and then place his head upon your whole weight upon your chest, and gradually in. chest, and with your right arm free, swim upon creasing the pressure while you can count one, two, three. Then, suddenly, let go with a finai your back to the land. (If by the left hand alone

it be too difficult to turn him upon his back, apply push, which springs you back to your first posi- in addition the right hand to his right shoulder, tion, Rest erect upon your knees while you can and the turning will be easily accomplished.) If count one, two; then make pressure again as he be conscious, encourage him, and direct' him before, repeating the entire motions at first about

to straighten out his legs. four or five times a minute, gradually increasing

If the drowning man be out of sight under the to about ten or twelve times.

water, watch carefully for the rising of a bubble Use the same regularity as in blowing bellows and as is seen in natural breathing, which you rectly below it.

upon the surface; he will usually be found diare imitating. If another person be present, let him with one

PRODUCTIVE INDUSTRY hand, by means of a dry piece of linen, hold the THE

OF tip of the tongue out of one corner of the mouth,

PENNSYLVANIA, NEW JERSEY and with the other hand grasp both wrists and AND DELAWARE-CENSUS OF 1870. pin them to the ground above the patient's head. After treatment.-After breathing has become

Pennsylvania, natural, dry the patient briskly. Wrap him in Agriculture......

$183,946,027 blankets only, and let him be kept perfectly quiet. Mining..

76,208,390 Provide free circulation of air. Give brandy and Manufactures........

711,894,344 water--a teaspoonful every five minutes the first Fisheries.

38,114 half hour, and afterward occasionally as may seem Total....

$972,086,875 expedient. BEWARE.

New Jersey. 1. Avoid delay. A moment may turn the scale Agriculture..

42,725,198 for life or death. Dry ground, shelter, stiinu. Mining.

2,554,475 lants, etc., at this moment are nothing-artificial Manufactures.

169,237,732 breathing is everything-is the one remedy: all Fisheries....

374.912 other means are secondary. If the breathing has Total.....

$214,892,317 but just ceased, a smart slap on the face or stomach will sometimes start it again, and may

Delaware. be tried incidentally,

Agriculture..

8,171,667 2. Prevent friends from crowding around the

Mining. patient and excluding currents of air; also from

10,800

Manufactures.... attempting administration of any stimulant before

16,791,382 Fisheries....

7.350 the patient is well able to swallow; the first promotes suffocation, the second fatal choking.

Total for Delaware.

$ 24,981,199 3. Avoid impatience of results. Any time Total for New Jersey...

214,892,317 within two hours you may be on the very thresh. Total for Pennsylvania..

11,2 086.875 old of success without there being any sign of it.

Total for three States.. -$1,211,960,391 In suffocation from smoke, coal-gas or other poisonous gases, as also in hanging, proceed in the same way as for drowning, but omit Rule 1. The circulation of the Philadelphia Ledger

In case of sunstroke lay the patient in the averages over ninety thousand copies a day. Our shade, in free current of air, loosen the clothing, contemporary is a well-edited, high-toned paper, raise the head slightly and pour upon it a small and deserves its magnificent prosperity -Nacontinuous stream of cool water.

tional Republican, Washington, D.C.

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MOON'S PHASES, Philadelphia.
d. k. m.

d. k. m.
New Moon... 6 I 38 A.M. O Full Moon... 20 11 32 A.M.
D First Quarter 12

4 35 P.M.
(Last Quarter 28 2 19 P.M.

PHENOMENA.
THE SUN, THE MOON,

THE TIDES,
Philadelphia Philadelphia.

Philadelphia,
Rises Souths Sets Rises. Souths Sots. High Tide.

Low Tido. (Per., 7d. 6h. A.M.
A.M.P.M. P.M.A.M. A.M. P.M.A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. (Apo., 22d. 17h. A.M.

h.m.m. s.h.m. k. m. h. m. h. m. d. h. m. n. m. h. m. h. m. 91 1 Th 5 45 3 57 6 23 3 30 8 14

O 59 25
9 41 10 10 4 28

5 0 5.3

4.06 A.M. rises. 5 43 3 39 6 24 4 2 96 2 9 26 10 41 11 11 5 29 6 0 5.5

6.39 A.M. Ó hc 93 3S 5 42 3 21 6 25 4 30 9 56 3 21 27 11 38

6 30 6 57 5.7

0.II A.M. o rises. 5 41 3 3 6 26 4 56 1 45

3
0 28 7 22 7 47 5.9

1.56 A.M. Ó S G. 95 M 5 39 2 46 6 27 5 20 11 341 548 29

o 50
I 12 8 9 8 31 6.1

O ecl, invis. in Phil. 96 6 Tu 5 37 2 28 6 28 5 46 025 7 5

1 32
1 55 8 51 9 14 6.3

9.26 P.M. din U. 97 7

W
5 35 2 11 6
29 6 13 I 19 8 25 I 2 18

2 42 9 37 10 16.5

1.38 A.M. ÓWC. 98 I 54 6 30 6 46 2 17 9 47 2 3 8 3 33 10 27 10 52 6.5

5.32 P.M. Sirius S. 5 32 I 37 6 31 7 26 3 17 11 9 3 4 4 28 11 19 11 47 6.5

7.04 P.M, 24 rises. 100 10.S

5 31
I 21 6 32
4 21 A.M. 4 565 25

O 15.6.3

9.53 P.M. 7* set. 101 1 3 5 29 1 56 33 9 15 5 23

5 53 6 23 O 44 I 12 6.1 8.42 P.M. Reg. S. A, 102 12 M 5 28 o 49 6 34 10 22 6 24 I 32 6 52 7 23

6.14 P.M. Pollux S. 1 42

2 11 5.9 103 13 Tu 5 26 35 11 32 7 18 2 24 7 7 54 8 30

2 421 3 13 5.6 II.45 PM. Ở H 4. 104 14 W 5 24 O 18 O 43! 8 8

3.06 A.M. h rises.

3 4 9 9 32 349 4 215.3 Ios 15 Th 5 23 o 37 I 50 8 54 3 34 9 10 I 10 27 4 51 5 20 5.4

6.17 P.M. Spi. rises. 106 16 F 5 22 6 38 2 55 9 37 358 10 10 53 11 17 5 46 6 12 5.6

3.54 A.M. rises, 107 17 S 5 20

39
3 57 10 18

4 19 11
11 39

0.16 A.M. • 24 O.

6 36 658 5.7 108 18 S 5 19 041 6 40 4 58 10 581 4 38 12 1 o 21 7 20 7 405.9

1.07 P.M. A stat. 109 19 M 5 17 0 55 6 41 5 58 11 38 4 58 13 O 40 O 57 7 59

§ 16 6,1 18.25 p.m. gr.bel.lat.S. 110 20 Tu 5 16 1

6 59 A.M.

5 17 14
1 14
8 33 8

7.25 P.M. WO III 21 W

5 14
1 216

43
8 1
0 19 5 39 15
2 89 89 27 0.4

9.45 P.M. Sir,

sets. 112 22 Th 5 13 1 33 6 449 4 I 2 6 3 16 2 27 2 471 9 46 10 6 6.5

9.05 P.M. 7 * set. 11323 F 5 12 1 45 6

6 1 48 6 33 1711 3 8 3 28 10 27 10 47 6.5 11.46 P.m. Procy.sets. 114 24 S

5 lo
I 56 6 46 11 5 2 37 7

8 18

3 51 4 12 11 10 11 31 6.5 11.27 P.M. south. 11525 S 5 9 7 6 47 A.M. 3 28 7 51 19 4 36 5 OIL 55

3.25 P.M. Ó Co. 116 26 M 5 7 2 18 6 48

8 41 20 5 25 5 50 O 19 044/6.3 7.43 P.M. Reg. S. 117 27 Tu 5 2 27 6 49 0 48 5 14 9 41 21 6 14 6 39

I
9

I 33 6.1 10.56 P.N. Spica S. 118 28 W 5 5 2 37 6 50

I 27 6
5 10 44 22 7 7 7 33 I 58 2 26 5.8

2.14 A.M, h rises, 119 29 Th 5 4 2 46 6 51 1

6 56 11 51 23

2 8 32
2 52 21 5.5

7.22 P.M. Oh (. 120 30 F 5 2 2 54 6 52 2 30 7 45 0 59 24 9 4 9 33 3 511 4 23.5.3

9.50 P.M. HEBREW CALENDAR FOR 1875.

5636.

1875. 5635. 1875.

Tishri 1 Sept.30 New Year." Tebeth 25 Jan. 2 Sabbath.

4 Oct.

3 Fast of Guedaliah, Shebat

1
7 New Moon.

10

9 Day of Atonement. 21 15

15 Chamisha Assar.

14 Feast of Tabernacles.* Adar (nishon) i Feb. 6 New Moon and Sab'th.

20 Hoshaana Rabba. 14

Shemini Azereth.* Purim Katon.

19 Adar (sheni) 1 Mar. 8 New Moon.

Heshvan

30 Sab'th and New Moon.
18
11

Kislev
Fast of Esther.

Nov. 29 New Moon.
14
21 Feast of Purim.

25 Dec. 23 Chanucca. (Feast of the Nisan 1 Apr. 6 New Moon.

Temple-Dedication 17 Sabbath Haggadol.

by the Asmoneans,] Tebeth Passover.* 15

New Moon.

29 26 7th Day of Passover.* lyar May 6 New Moon.

APRIL
18

23 Lag B’Omer (33d day Saturn 4 deg. north of the Moon 7 A.M. Apr. 2.
of Omer).
Venus 4

7 P.M. Sivan 1 June 4 New Moon.

Jupiter 3

6 A.M. 20.
6
9 Shabuoth.

Mars
4

3 P.M.
Tamuz 1 July 4
New Moon.

7 P.M.

29. 17

Fast of Tamuz.
Ab
Aug. 2 New Moon.

THROUGHOUT its long career the Public Led9

10 Fast of Ab. (Destruc. ger has advocated every improvement which has

tion of the Temple tended to increase the prosperity of Philadelphia in Jerusalem.)

and the welfare of its citizens. From the PhilaElul 1 Sept. 1 New Moon.

delphia Proof Sheet.

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Marriages.

Births.

Deaths.

SIGNS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED

OI. Oleum. Oil. BY PHYSICIANS IN PRESCRIP

Omn, Hor. Omni hora. Every hour.

Omn. Man. TIONS, MEDICAL BOOKS AND

Omni Mane. Every morning. JOURNALS.

Omn. nocte. Every night.

Oz. Uncia. An ounce. R. Recipe. Take.

P. Æ. Partes æquales. Equal parts. A., ää, ana, utriusque. Or each.

Pil. Pilula. A pill. 1. Libra. A pound.

P. R. N. Pro re nata. As occasion may reUncia. An ounce.

quire. Fluiduncia. A fluidounce.

Pulv. Pulvis. A powder. 3. Drachma. A drachm.

Q. S. Quantum suficit. As much as is suffifs. Fluidrachma. A fluidrachm.

cient. Scrupulum. A scruple.

Rad. Radir. Root. mp. Minimum. A minim.

Rep. Repetatur. Let it be repeated.
S
Semissis. Half.

S. Signa. Write. iss. Sesqui. One and a half.

S. A. Secundum artem. According to art. Abdom. Abdomen.

Sem. Semen. Secd. Abs. Febr. Absente febre. In the absence of Si Non Val. Si non valeat. If it does not answer. fever.

Si Op. Sit. Si opus sit. If there be need.
Ad., or Add. Adde, or Addatur. Add, or let Sing. Singulorum. Of each.
there be added.

Solv.
Solve.

Dissolve.
Ad Lib. Ad libitum. At pleasure.

Sp. Spiritus. Spirit.
Altern. Hor. Alternis horis. Every other hour. Sum. “Sumat. Let him take.
Aq. Aqua. Water,

Sp. Vin. Spiritus vini. Spirit of wine.
Aq. Bull. Aqua bulliens. Boiling water. Syr. Syrupus. Syrup.
Aq. Comm. Aqua communis. Common water. Ir., Tinct. Tinctura. Tincture.
Aq. Ferv. Agua fervens. Hot water.

Vs. Venæsectio. Venesection.
Aą. Font. Aqua fontis. Spring water.
B. A. Balneum arena. A sand bath.

MARRIAGES, BIRTHS AND DEATHS
Bib.
Bibe. Drink,

IN PHILADELPHIA, 1873.
Bis Ind. Bis indies. Twice daily.
Bol. Bolus. A large pill.
Bull. Bulliat. Let it boil.
B. V. Balneum vaporis. A vapor bath.

MONTHS.
Cap. Capiat. Let him take.
Chart. Chartula. A small paper.
Cochl. Cochleare. A spoonful.
Col. Cola. Strain.
Collyr. Collyrium. An eye water.

January

642 1,670 1,724 Comp. Compositus. Compound.

February

1,507 1,299 C., or Cong. Congius. A gallon,

March.

463 1,544 1,658 Coq. Coque. Boil.

April..

674

1,295 Cort. Corter. Bark.

May

659

1,410 1,272 C. M. Cras Mane. To-morrow morning. June

711 1,483 1,289 C. N. Cras nocte. To-morrow night.

July

570 1,705

2,265 Crast. Crastinus. For to-morrow.

August.

520 1,700 1,443 D. Detur. Let it be given.

September.

660 1,549 1,129 Decub. Decubitus. Lying down.

October

828 1,636 1,316 De D. in D. De die in diem. From day to day. November..

749

1,634 1,024 Dig. Digeratur. Let it be digested.

December

827 1,569 1,030 Dil. Dilutus. Dilute. Dim, Dimidius. One-half.

Total...

7,891 18,702 *16,736 Div. Divide. Divide. Enem. Enema. A clyster.

Marriages, 10.52 in every 1000 of population. F. Fiat. Let it be made.

Births, 24.93 F. Pil. Fiat pilula. Make into a pill.

Deaths, †20.29 Feb. Dur. Febre durante. During the fever.

DEATHS IN CITIES, 1873. FI Fluidus. Fluid.

Rate of Living Gr. Granum. A grain.

No. of Deaths. Gt. Gutta. A drop.-Gut. Gutta. Drops. London.

-74,792..... ..22.3 Guttat. Guttatim. By drops,

Paris

..42,531

..23.2 Hor. Decub. Hora decubitus. At bed-time.

Brussels...

4,544 H. S. Hora somni. At bed-time.

Berlin..........

29,934 Lb. and Lib. Libra. A pound weight.

Vienna

.19,809.

32.7 Liq. Liquor.

Rome.........

7,152..

..29.3 M. Misce. Mix.

Turin

5.537... Man. Manipulus. A handful.

Calcutta...

11,782 ...........25.3 Mic. Pan. Mica panis. Crumb of bread.

Bombay

.15,617 ... ... .........24. 1 Min. Minimum, The sixtieth part of a drachm New York

..28,490...............27.9 by measure.

Philadelphia...........16,736. ..........20.29 Mist, Mistura. A mixture, Muc. Mucilago. Mucilage.

. Includes still-born and deaths from other localities. 0. Octarius. A pint.

† Based on actual deaths in our city.

588

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Ffth Month,)

MAY.

(1875.

Day of the Year. | Day of the Month.

Day of the Week.

MOON'S PHASES, Philadelphia.
d. h. M.

d. h. m.
New Moon...
5 10 59 A.M.
O Full Moon... 21

3 45 AM
• First Quarter 12 2 32 A.M. (Last Quarter 28 1 25 A.M.

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THE SUN, THE MOON,

THE TIDES,
Philadelphia. Philadelphia.

Philadelphia
Rises Souths Sets Rises, Souths Sets. High Tide.

Low Tide.

(Per., sd, 4h, P.M. A.M.A.M.P.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. | P.M. A.M. P.M. h.m. m. s.h.m.k. m. h. m. h. m. d. n. m. h. m. h. m. h. m.

GApo., 19d. ih. P.M, 121 IS

3

2 6 53 2 56 8 33 2 10 25 IO 310 31 4 52 522 5.4 8.13 P.M. OHIO. 122 21S

5 0 3 9 6 54 3 20 9 21 3 21 26 10 59 11 25 5 50 6 18 5.6 6.07 P.M. 4 in Aph. 123 3

M
4 59 3 16 6 55 3 44 10 10

4 36 27 11 52

6 44 7 II 5.7 3.36 A.M. 124 4

Tu
4 57 3 22 6 56
4 10 11 2
019 0 43 7 38 8

2.12 P.M.
125
5 W 4 56 327 S7 4 40 11 58

7 16 29

1 8
I 31

8
27
8

3.47 A.M. 09 126 3 32 58 5 17 o 59 8 41 I

I 57 2 25 9 16 9 4416.4 10.46 P.M. arises. 127 7 F 4 54 3 37 6 59 6

3 2 3 10 32 2 52 3 21 10 11 10 40 6.5 8.42 P.M. Sir. sets. 128 8 S

4 53
3 40 7 7 0

3 9 II 18

3 3 50 4 19 11 9 11 38 6.5 8.13 P.M. Pin. A 4 52 3 44:7 1 8

7
4 12 A.M.
4 48 5 17

o 76.4 1.56 A.M. O coup. 4 51 3 46 7 2 9 191 5 9

5 44 6 11 036 1

10.17 P.M. 24 south. 131 11 Tu 4 50 3 49 7 3 10 32 4

0 53

I 56 5.9

6.42 A.M. Öll 4 49 3 50 7 4 11 41 6 52 I 37 71 728 58

2 23

2 47 5.0 1.13 A.M h rises, 4 48 3 51 7 5 O 48 7 36 2 3 818 25 8 52 3 17 3 44 5.4 10.08 A.M. & in Per. 4 47 3 52 7 5 1 51 8 18

2 25 9 9 19 9 451 4 II 4 38 5.3 7.39 P.M. 7* set. 135 15 S 4 46 3 52 7 2 51 8 57 2 45 10 10

4 5 27 5.4 3.23 A.M. rises, 136 16 S

4 45 3 51 7 7 3 51 9 37 3 4 11 10 54 11 17 51 6 13/5.6 9.30 P.M. Oho. 4 44 3 50 7 8 4 52 10 18

3 23 12 11 39

36 6 58 5.7

5.17 A.M. Ó 2 C. 138 18 Tu 4 43 3 48 7 9 5 53 10 3 4413

O 23 7 20 7 42 5.9 10.- A.M. stat. 139 19 W 4 42 3 46 7 10

56 TL 45

4 7 14 O 42 1 1 8 1 8 20 6.1 10.02 P.M. o rises. 140 20 Th 4 41 3 43 7 1 7 57 AM 4 35 15 20 I 40 8 39 8 59 6.2 8.17 P.M. Oc. a Scor. 4 41 3 40 7 12 8 58 o 33

2 1 2 24 9 20 9 43 6.4 7.47 P.M. Sir, scts. 4 40 3 36 7 13 9 55 1 24 5 49 17 2 46 3 10 10 5 10 29 6.5 6.01 P.M. Reg. S. 4 39 3 31 7 14 10 44 2 16 6 37 18 3 32 3 55 10 51 11 14 6.5 2.58 A.M. 00

4 39 3 26 7 15 11 27 3 9 7 33 19 4 19 4 43 11 38 6.5 8.13 P.M. Ów 9. 145 25 Tu 4 38 3 21 7 15| A.M. 4 1 8 35 20 5 7 5 30 2 o 26 6.3 2.37 P.M. (gr. I. I. S. 4 37 3 15 7 16 1 4 51 9 40 21 5 52 6 15

III 6.1

9.09 P.M. 4 south. 147 27 Th 4 37 3 8 7 17 0 31 5 39 10 46 22 6 38

7 1

I 57 5.9

4.27 A.M. Oh (. 4 36 3 17 18 o 57 6 26 11 5423

7 26 7 53 2 20

2 45 5.7

9.45 P.M. Arc, S. 4 36 2 54 7 19 1 21

7 12
1 2 24

8 51

3 12 3 41 5.4 8.50 P.M. Spica S. 4 35 2 46 7 19 1 45 7 59 2 13 25

9 51 4 II 4 40 5.3 6.36 P.M. 7* set. 151 31 M 4 34/ 2 38 7 20 9

8 48 3 27 26 10 2010 51 5 10 5 39 5.5 0.08 A.M. h rises. MAY.

new moon. Then follow the times of high and Venus i deg. south of the Moon 8 P.M. May 3.

low water for Philadelphia. Lastly is given a Jupiter 2 north

5 A.M.

collection of interesting astronomical phenomena

17. 3 AM 23 4 A.M.

27.

THE COAL TRADE of Pennsylvania commenced

in 1820 with a total production and sale of 363 THE EPHEMERIS.

tons. In 1873 the State produced 22,828,118 tons The Ephemeris for the present year gives, as of anthracite and 6,085,222 tons of bituminous. heretofore, the day of the year, the day of the month and day of the week, in civil lime, accord. We have received from Mr. George W. Childs, ing to which the day begins at midnight. Next publisher, Philadelphia, a handsome New Year's are given the time of sunrise, the time before or gift--the Public Ledger Almanac, a work of after noon at which the sun's centre souths and some sixty pages, valuable not only for the adthe time of sunset. The times of sunrise and sun- mirably arranged and complete calendars of the set are in each case for the upper limb or edge of present year, but more especially as a book of the sun, corrected for refraction. They are more record and reference. It is brimful of fact and accurate than usually found in popular almanacs, sound information, wherein it greatly resembles and will give the time with sufficient accuracy for the Public Ledger itself, the distinguishing feature ordinary purposes. An ordinary surveyor's level of which is reliability. What the good people will give the horizon where the upper edge of the of the Quaker City read in the Public Ledger sun should be at the time given in the almanac. they will unhesitatingly affirm to be “the truth, If the telescope of the leveling instrument inverts, the whole truth and nothing but the truth ;" so the upper edge will, of course, be apparently the much for the noble character of the Ledger and lower one. Next are given the times of rising, its generous publisher, to whom we wish many southing and setting of the moon's centre, and happy returns of the day.--Somerset, N. 7., Gaalso its age, or the number of days elapsed since zette.

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Arizona
Arkansas...
California
Colorado..
Connecticut
Dakota...
Delaware..
Dist, of Columbia...
Florida.

256 5,128

Georgia

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49,180 44,860

Idaho..
Illinois
Indiana ...
lowa..
Kansas.
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland.
Massachusetts..
Michigen
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri..
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada...
New Hampshire....
New Jersey
New Mexico..
New York
North Carolina..
Ohio.......
Oregon.
Pennsylvania..
Rhode Island.
South Carolina..
Tennessee...
Texas .....
Utah...
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin..
Wyoming

2,188

8,248 $5,714,032 $2,227,968 $7,592,837 $13,040,644 18 84 150,700 45,580 110,0go

185,410 1,079 3,206

1,782,913 673.963 2,536,998 4,629,234 3,984 25,392 39.728,202 13,136,722 35,351,193

66,594,556 876 2,835,6051 528,221 1,593,280 2,852,820 89,523 95,281,278 38,987,187

86,419,579

161,065,474 17 91 79,200 21,106 105,997

178,570 800

9,710 10,839,093 3,692,195 10,206,397 16,791,382 952 4,685

5,021,925 2,007,000 4,754,883 9,292,173 659 2,749

1,679,930 989,592 2,330,873 4,085.403 3,836 17,871 13,930,125 4,844,508

18,583,731 31,196,115 265 742,300 112,372

691,785 1,047,624 12,597 82,979

94,368,057 31,100,244 127,600,077 205,620,672 11,847 58,852 52,052,425 18,366,780 63,135,492 108,617,278 6,566 25,032 22,420,183

6,093,292 27,682,096 46,534,322 1,477 6,844 4,319,060 2,377,511 6,112,163 11,775,833 5,390 30,636 29,277,809 9,444.524 29,497,535 54,625,800 2,557 30,071 18,313,974 4,593, 470 12,412,023 24,161,905 5,550

39,790,1go 14,282,205 49,379,757 79,497,521 5,812

36,438,729 12,682,817 46,897,032 76,593,613 13,212

279,380 231,677,862 118,051,886 334,413,982 553,912,568 9,455 63,694 71,712,283 21,205,355 68,142,515 118,394,676 2,270 11,290 11,993,729 4,052,837 13,842,902 23,110,700 1,731 5,941 4,501,714 1,547,428

4,364,206

8,154,758 11,871 65,354 80,257,244 31,055,445 115,533,269

206,213,429 201 701

1,794,300 370,843 1,316,331 2,494,511 670 2,665 2,107,963 1,429,913 2,902,074 5,738,512 330 2,859

5,127,790 2,498,473 10,315,984 15,870,539 3,342 40,783

36,023,743 13,823,091 44,577,967 71,038,249 6,636 75,552

79,606,719 32,648,499 103,+15,245 169,237,732 182 427 1,450,695 167,281

880,957

1,489,868 36,200

366,994,320 142,466,758 452,065,452 785,194,651 3,642

8,140,473 2,195.711 12,824,693 19,021,327 22,773 137,202 141,923,904 49,066,488 157,131,697 269,713,610 969 2,884

4,376,849 1,120,173 3,419,750 6,877,387 37,200 319,487 406,821,845 127,976,594 421,197,673 711,894,344 1,850 49,417

66,557.322 19,354,256 73,154,109 111,418,354 1,584 8,141

5,400,418

1,543,715 5,855,736 9,858,981 5,317 19,412 15,595,295 5,390,630 19,657,027 34,362,636 2,399 7,927

5,284,110 1,787,835 6,273,193 11,517,302 533 1,534 1,391,898

395,365 1,238,252 2,343,019 3,270 18,686 20,329,637 6,264,581 17,007,709 32,184,606 5,933 26,974 18,455,400 5,343,099 23,832,384 38,364,322 269 1,026

1,893,674
574,936

1,435,128 2,851,052 2,444

11,672 11,084,520 4,322,164 14,503,701 24,102,201 7,013 43.910 41,981,872 13,575,642 45,851,266

77,214,326 32 502

889,400 347,578 280,156 765,424 252,148 / 2,053,996 | $2,118,208,769 $775,584,343! $2,488,427,242 $4,232,325,442

351,800
13,622

Totals...

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