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TABLE I.-WHOLESALE PRICES OF COMMODITIES FROM JANUARY TO

DECEMBER, 1910—Continued.
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS-Continued.

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POPLAR: Yellow, 1-inch, firsts and seconds, rough. (Price per M feet, in New York, on the first of each month. From January to April 8 inches and up wide,

and from May to December 1 to 17 inches and up wide; quotations from the New York Lumber Trade Journal.)

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(Price per pound, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the Oil, Paint, and Drug

Reporter.)

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ROSIN: Common to good, strained. [Price per barrel, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the New York Journal of Com

merce and Commercial Bulletin.)

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SHINGLES: Cypress, all heart, 5 and 6 inches wide, 16 inches long.

(Price per M, 1. o. b. mills, on the first of each month.)

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SHINGLES: Red cedar, clear, random width, 16 inches long.

(Average monthly price at mills in Washington.)

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TABLE I.-WHOLESALE PRICES OF COMMODITIES FROM JANUARY TO

DECEMBER, 1910—Continued.

LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS-Concluded.

SPRUCE: 6 to 9 inch, cargoes. (Price per M feet, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the New York Lumber Trade

Journal.)

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(Price per barrel, in Wilmington, N. C., on the first of each month; quotations from the New York Journal

of Commerce and Commercial Bulletin.)

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TURPENTINE: Spirits of, in machine barrels. (Price per gallon, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the New York Journal of Com.

merce and Commercial Bulletin.)

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WINDOW GLASS: American, single, firsts, 25-inch bracket (6 by 8 to 10 by 15 inches). (Price per 50 square feet, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the Oil, Paint, and Drug

Reporter.)

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WINDOW GLASS: American, single, thirds, 25-inch bracket (6 by 8 to 10 by 15 Inches). (Price per 50 square feet, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the Oil, Paint, and Drug

Reporter.)

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TABLE I.-WHOLESALE PRICES OF COMMODITIES FROM JANUARY TO

DECEMBER, 1910—Continued.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.

ALCOHOL: Grain. [Price per gallon, In New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the Oil, Paint, and Drug

Reporter.)

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ALCOHOL: Wood, refined, 95 per cent. (Price per gallon, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the Oil, Paint, and Drug

Reporter.)

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[Price per pound, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the Oil, Paint, and Drug

Reporter.)

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BRIMSTONE: Crude, seconds. (Price per ton, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the Oil, Paint, and Drug Reporter.]

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GLYCERIN: Refined, chemically pure, in bulk. (Price per pound, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the Oil, Paint, and Drug

Reporter.)

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MURIATIC ACID: 20°. [Price per pound, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the Oil, Paint, and Drug

Reporter.)

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Table 1.-WHOLESALE PRICES OF COMMODITIES FROM JANUARY TO

DECEMBER, 1910—Continued.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS-Concluded.

OPIUM: Natural, in cases. (Price per pound, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the Oil, Paint, and Drug

Reporter.)

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QUININE: American, in 100-ounce tlns. (Price per ounce, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the Oil, Paint, and Drug

Reporter.)

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SULPHURIC ACID: 66'. [Price per pound, in New York, on the first of each month; quotations from the Oil, Paint, and Drug

Reporter.)

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EARTHENWARE: Teacups and saucers, white granite, with handles. (Price per gross (6 dozen cups and 6 dozen saucers), f. o. b. Trenton, N. J., on the first of each month.)

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TABLE I.--WHOLESALE PRICES OF COMMODITIES FROM JANUARY TO

DECEMBER, 1910_Continued.

HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS-Continued. FURNITURE: Bedroom suits, 3 pieces, Iron bedstead, hardwood dresser and washstand.

[Price per set, in New York, on the first of each month.)

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