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Madison
Marion.-
Marshall
Menard.
Mercer
Montgomery
Peoria.
Perry.
Randolph.
Rock Island
St. Clair
Saline.
Sangamon
Shelby-
Stark
Tazewell
Vermilion
Washington
Williamson.

3, 416,031

638, 148
283, 263

21, 193
119, 903
2,645, 489
1,013, 860
2, 293, 692
1,635, 369

3,000
4, 643, 852
5, 134, 291
7,010, 597

28, 878

280, 526
37, 910
22, 830
50, 994
10, 277
43, 038
127, 252
147, 767
31, 806
25, 200
384, 072

66, 733
309, 594
26, 761

8, 639
132, 353
324, 640
44, 143
94, 907

114, 288 3, 810, 845
44, 200 720, 288
11, 382 318, 075
2, 164

74, 351
1, 275 131, 455
64, 363 2, 752, 890

9, 656 1, 150, 768
83, 089 2, 524, 518
35, 297 1, 702, 472

1, 067 29, 267
124, 024 5, 151, 948
131, 877 5, 332, 901
126, 854 7, 477, 015
4,000 59, 639
5

8, 644
7, 929 770, 487
52, 575 4, 176, 669
15, 475 470, 231
263, 322 10, 431, 740

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630, 205 3,799, 451

410, 613 10, 073, 511

610
2, 202

454
8, 373

3, 606, 769

73, 784, 367

58, 021

1, 860,91879, 252, 054

64, 194

24, 900

2. 50
3. 10

10, 620

158

Total, excluding wagon mines
Wagon mines served by rail...

Grand total

99,714

58, 021

73, 842, 388

3, 606, 769

1,860, 918 | 79, 310, 075

198, 388,000

2. 50

Includes also loaders and shot firers.

TABLE 90.--Coal produced in Illinois, 1919–1923, in net tons

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Bond and White

249, 326 381, 586 • 365, 664 Bureau

• 284, 177 . 322, 067 927, 615

+7, 859, 287 556, 671 Christian.

407, 824 525, 372 2, 253, 181 3, 392, 547 Clinton

2, 950, 910 2,916, 555 3,987, 982 +1,171 1, 176, 836 1, 311, 750 802, 228 Franklin.

658, 156 745, 072 9,799, 321 12, 837, 993 11, 947, 539 Fulton,

9, 201, 333 13, 695, 989 1, 522, 918

+46 2, 712, 598 1, 471, 137 Gallatin

1, 548, 774 2, 150, 824 185, 6S1 * 198, 208

145, 618 Greene

56, 131 29, 100

-21, € 332, 416 258, 994

6, 959 Grundy

3, 342 (0) 191, 874 245, 954 Hancock, Schuyler, Scott,

202, 926 156, 097 194, 137

十农铺 and Warren.

12, 030 7, 798 $ 189, 107 $ 196, 245 Henry.

. 131, 176

-439,14 24, 637 24, 809 26, 029 Jackson

37, 267 58, 380 +21,113 1,054, 912 1,037, 844 1, 113, 612 Knor.

745, 301 10, 910

1,354, 084 +50,0 24, 089

31, 206 La Salle.

25, 912 16, 144 749, 704 874, 362 384, 813 Livingston.

483, 357 545, 683 103, 647

+62 322 112, 449 97, 910 Logan, McLean, Put

30, 892 43, 551 +12,654 nam, Will, and Woodford.

928, 338

1, 149, 956 McDonough

751, 506 631, 714 884, 221 +352, 30

7, 534 Macon.

3, 552

2, 861 ()

290, 899 226, 734 202, 240 Macoupin.

197, 658 -4,52 4, 730, 376 8, 747, 111 6, 230, 953 4, 974, 463 Madison.

7, 273, 490 3, 217, 111

+2, 29, 4, 814, 927 Marion

3, 278, 582 3, 313, 130 768, 952

3, 810, 845 988, 773

+497.

705, 734 Marshall

657, 474 720, 288 258, 919 300, 073

+62 814

229, 907 Menard.

235, 258 318, 075 138, 291

+82 & 205, 878 Mercer..

123, 341

145, 297 74, 351 167, 517 221, 226 Montgomery

185, 342 88, 138 131, 455 2,007, 419

+41,31 3, 973, 642 2, 279, 493 Peoria

2,052, 685 2, 752, 890 752, 172

+70:35 1, 366, 816 1, 102, 002 1,024, 887 Perry

1, 150, 768 2, 348, 124

+121, 2, 802, 594 2, 403, 471 Randolph.

1, 927, 424 2, 524, 548 1,089, 998

+397,134 1,595, 723 1,810, 158 Rock Island

1, 158, 877 1, 702, 472 29, 297

+54., 93, 577 65, 916 St. Clair

(+) 4, 204, 808

29, 287 ( 7, 252, 869 5, 195, 602 Saline.

4, 318, 288 5, 151, 948

+833, fren) 3,952, 785 5,384, 912 4, 532, 475 Sangamon.

3, 749, 211 5, 332, 901 +1, 533,00 5, 218, 581

8,567, 014 5, 956, 755 Shelby.

5, 461, 883 7, 477, 045 200, 678

+2,015, 16. (0)

76, 320 Stark

55, 578 59, 639
12, 714
6, 185

+4,061

8, 460 Tazewell.

10, 620

8,644 -1.976 434, 956 925, 627 691, 359 Vermilion

631, 358 770, 487 +139, 139 2,573, 913 3, 966, 506 Washington

3,040, 165 2, 920, 475 4,176, 669

+1, 256, 151 562, 405 769, 697 908, 797 Williamson

565, 554 470, 231 8, 608, 811 10,926, 620 9, 499, 828 Small mines.

7, 498, 162 10, 431, 740 +2, 23, 57 63, 402 94, 000 ()

90, 105

68, 021

-32, 60, 862, 608 88,724, 893 69, 602, 763 Total value.

58, 467, 736 $140, 075, 969 $273, 509, 000 $190, 986, 000 $168, 925, 000 $198, 388, 000 +$29, 463, 000

79, 310, 075 +20, 842, 334

a Bond and White include Johnson in 1921 and 1922, and Jefferson and Johnson in 1923. Johnson included with Gallatin in 1919 and 1920; with Bond and White in 1921, 1922, and 1923.

Greene includes Macon and Moultrie in 1919; and Moultrie and Shelby in 1920; Moultrie included with Hancock, etc., in 1921; and Greene and Moultrie included with Hancock, etc., 1923.

No production in Scott'in 1920; includes Cass and Moultrie in 1921; no production in Warren, but includes Cass, Moultrie, and Rock Island in 1922; no production in Scott, but includes Cass, Edgar, Greene, and Moultrie in 1923.

• No canvass of wagon mines for 1921.

INDIANA

In Indiana, as in Illinois, the output of coal in 1923 made this the fourth best year in the State's history, having been exceeded only in 1917, 1918, and 1920. The coal mined in 1923 amounted to 26,229,099 tons, with a total value of $65,046,000 and an average value per ton of $2.48; this indicated an increase of 7,096,210 tons, or 37.1 per cent, in quantity, and $10,522,000, or 19.3 per cent, in value over 1922.

The average number of days worked during the year was 136, less than half the potential working days. The causes of the idleness were similar to those in Illinois-car shortage in the early weeks of the year, soon followed by no market. Little time was lost in 1923 through strikes.

The tons mined per day for the 5 years preceding 1923 and for the 12 months of that year are pictured in the accompanying graph (fig. 48), on which the scale is the same as that for Illinois.

These averages were almost the same in 1918 and 1920, nearly 100,000 tons, fell to a level of about 67,000 tons in 1919 and 1921, and showed a continued decline in 1922. In January, 1923, the daily average was 110,000 tons; it steadily dropped till May, rose to 92,000 tons in September, and ended the year at about 86,000 tons.

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FIGURE 48.- Production of coal per working day in Indiana and trend of spot prices on fourth and fifth

vein coal, 1918-1923. Data from Tables 78 and 79; spot prices as quoted by Coal Age

The spot prices per ton for the fourth and fifth vein lump and minerun coals and screenings as quoted by Coal Age are shown on this diagram for the same years except 1918, when these data were not available. Lump coal, which had brought an average price of $2.71 in 1919 and $4.52 in 1920, was quoted at $4.70 in January, 1923, then followed a descending scale or maintained a lower level throughout the year. Mine-run, which had sold for an average of $3.98 in 1920, was quoted at $2.38 in the later months of 1923. Screenings were sold as low as $1.06 in October and November, 1923.

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1922

415, 846

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105, 208

Clay
Crawford and Dubois
Daviess.
Fountain and Warren.
Gibson
Greene.
Knox.
Owen.
Parke.
Perry
Pike..
Spencer
Sullivan.
Vanderburg
Vermilion
Vigo..
Warrick

479, 328 1,876, 292 2, 420, 855

39, 221 92, 507

23, 137

1,200
13, 217

2, 610
18,711
29, 482
43, 910

791
20, 068

8,500
17, 105

2, 665
35, 205
128, 063

44,830
110, 948
36, 808

13,918 452, 901 $1,243, 000 1, 200

4, 500
5, 369 123, 794 339,000

2, 640 9, 500
15, 663 513, 702 1,314,000
40, 671 1, 916, 445 5, 228, 000
42, 268

2,507, 063 7, 235, 000
815 40, 827 125, 000
3, 971 116, 546 341, 000

8, 500 23,000
12, 843 1, 359, 328 3,836, 000

100 12, 740 39,000
64, 525 3, 184, 684 9, 113, 000

6, 101 208, 678 583, 000
63, 119 2, 140, 848 5, 910,000
164, 096 5, 519, 218 16, 338, 000

19, 443 805, 310 2,069, 000
452, 902 18,950, 42453, 750,000

182, 465 774, 000

88
3. 07
2. 92
2. 70
2.82
3. 06
2. 86

539

3
227

11
680
1, 907
2, 713

18
158

15
937

22
3, 410

299
2, 648
6, 149

869

296
777
952

1
39

3
423

4
1, 609

90
1, 036
2, 490

307

1, 006

5
357

11
1,066
3, 199
4, 059

62
221

19
1, 765

31
5, 802

416
4, 064
9,451
1,674

90
515
394
43
24

1
405

5
783

27
380
812
498

81
160

80
135

95
107
102
109
156
205
124
225
109
133
113
115
109

1,329, 380

9, 975
3,084, 954

74, 514
2,038, 899
5, 244, 174

749, 059

2. 75
2. 96
2. 57

537, 310

8, 288

20, 605

4, 315

33, 208

17, 960, 212

182, 465

2. 84
4. 24

110

Total, excluding wagon mines.
Wagon mines served by rail..

Grand total..

18, 142, 677

537, 310

452, 902 19, 132, 889

54, 524, 000

2. 85

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90, 714

82, 644 1, 749, 939

4, 467
5, 372, 203

120, 507
3, 101, 624
6,458, 083

937, 801

Owen.
Parke.
Pike.
Spencer
Sullivan
Vanderburg
Verinilion
Vigo.
Warrick

1, 162
23, 642
29, 264

2, 270
54, 411
178, 772

34, 760
144, 357
25, 348

56
2. 35
2. 25
2.04
2. 47
2. 62
2. 47
2. 72
2. 18

2, 110 93, 986 241, 000 3, 977 110,263 259, 000 39, 121 1, 818, 324 4,092, 000 140

6, 877 14,000
83, 896 5, 510, 51013, 601, 000

9, 305 308, 584 810, 000
110, 914 3, 247, 298 8,019, 000
179, 295 6, 781, 735 18, 470,000

23, 512 986, 661 2, 152, 000
579, 618 26, 137, 895 64, 763, 000

91, 204 283, 000 579, 618 26, 229, 099 65, 046, 000

16
148
1,089

27
4, 244

256
3, 422
6, 691

804

3
42
393

7
1, 947

93
1, 095
2, 200

299

77
27
498

4
814

37
471
770
403

38
7, 005

386
4,988
9, 661
1, 506

9786°—26

118
129
136

65
150
167
145
134
127

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697, 832

2. 48 3. 10

Total, excluding wagon mines.
Wagon mines served by rail..

24, 860, 445

91, 204

2. 48

24, 951, 649

697, 832

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