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ProporValue of ex- tion to Foreign price as comports. total pared with domestic.

product.

$21, 235.55

Per cent.

64 Higher prices.

50,000.00

10

45,000.00 1,500,000.00 350,000.00 20,000.00 1,500.00

(9)
No lower.
17

Do.
33 Do.
15 No lower; generally

better. 2 to 3 No lower. 10 Lower. Competition

with English French, and Ger

man manufacturers 25 Higher. None sold fo

lower prices abroad than in the United

States. 66}| Not lower in any case

2,700,000.00

1,500,000.00

10,000.00

5

(9) Same price.

2,000.00

Small

100,000.00

10 Same, with cost of box

ing machines added

5,000.00

of 1 No lower. ()

Do.

25,000.00

5-6

Do.

No. of estab

Jishment.

Article,

Foreign market.

14 Grain drills 1 Australia, Great Brit

ain, Germany,
France, South
America, China,

and Japan. 15 Plows, harrows, cul- All countries

tivators, etc. 16 Agricultural imple Europe and Australments.

asia. 17 ...do.

All countries 18 ..do

..do. 19 ..do

..do 20 Seeding machines 3. ....do 21 Garden tools4..

...do

22 | Mowers, harvesters, .....do.

binders, reapers.

23 | Haying and harvest- ....do

ing machinery,
disk harrows and

disk cultivators.
24 Corn shellers, wind- all corn-producing
mills, etc.

countries. 25 Fertilizer-mill ma- Canada, Mexico, Cuba, chinery.

South America, Hawaiian Islands, and

Italy.
26 Grain drills... Mainly Australia,

New Zealand, South
America, and Eng-

land.
27 Rubber tires.. Russia, Japan, and

Mexico.
28 Buggies and car. Cuba, Porto Rico,

riages, cheaper England, South
grades.

Africa, Canada,
Germany, and Aus-

tralia.
29 Children's carriages Through exporters in

and carriage gear.8 New York.

Congressional serial set

United States. Government Printing Office

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