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Broker's note or memorandum of sale.....

10 cents Conveyance deed or instrument or writing transferrlag realty :: When value exceeds $100 and does not exceed $500.

50 cents For each additional $500 or fraction thereof..

50 cents Telegraphic despatch...

1 cent Custom-house entry of merchandise : Not exceeding $100 in value.

25 cents xceeding $100 and not exceeding $500....

50 cents
Exceeding $500..
Entry for withdrawal of merchandise from customs bonded warehouse.. 50 cents
Life insurance policies (except any fraternal beneficiary society or order, or

farmers' purely local co-operative company or association, or employes' re-
lief associations operated on the lodge system or local co-operation plan, or-
ganized and conducted solely by the members thereof for the exclusive ben.
efit of its members and not for profit):
For each $100 or fractional part of.

8 cents On policies issued on weekly-payment plan........

40 per cent on amount of first weekly premium Insurance policies marine, inland, fire), except purely co-operative or mutual, on each dollar of the amount of premium...

of 1 cent Insurance policies (casualty, fidelity and guarantee), on each dollar of amount of premium..

of 1 cent Lease, agreement, or contract for rent: Not exceeding one year.

25 cents Exceeding one year and not exceeding three years..

50 cents Exceeding three years..

$1 Manifest for entry or clearance of vessel for foreign port :

When registered tonnage does not exceed 300 tons.
When registered tonnage exceeds 300 tons and does not exceed 600 tons...

When registered tonnage exceeds 600 tons...
Mortgage or pledge of lands, estate, or property, real or personal, or assignment,
transfer, or renewal of:
Exceeding $1,000 and not exceeding $1,500....

25 cents On each $500, or fractional part of, in excess of $1,500.

25 cents Passage tickets from the United States to foreign parts:

Costing not over $30...
Costing more than $30 and not over $60.........

3 Costing more than $60.... Power of attorney or proxy for voting at any election of officers of any incor

porated company or association, except religious, charitable, or literary, or public cemeteries...

10 cents Power of attorney, other.

25 cents Protests of notes, etc....

25 cents Warehouse receipts

25 cents Medicinal proprietary articles and preparations (on every packet, box, bottle, pot, phial, or other inclosure : On retail value not exceeding 5 cents.

18 of 1 cent Exceeding 5 cents and not exceeding 10 cents..

4 of 1 cent Exceeding 10 cents and not exceeding 15 cents........

38 of 1 cent Exceeding 15 cents and not exceeding 25 cents.

58 of 1 cent Each additional 25 cents of retail price or fractional part thereof.. 58 of 1 cent Perfumery, cosmetics, and other similar articles (on every packet, box, bottle, etc.): On retail value not exceeding 5 cents.....

1 of 1 cept Exceeding 5 cents and not exceeding 10 cents..

34 of 1 cent Exceeding 10 cents and not exceeding 15 cents.

38 of 1 cent Exceeding 15 cents and not exceeding 25 cents..

52 of 1 cent Each additional 25 cents or part thereof...

7 of 1 cent Sparkling or other wines bottled : Each bottle containing 1 pint or less.

1 cent Each bottle containing more than 1 pint...

2 cents Chewing Gum, or substitutes :

On each jar, box, or other package, if not more than $1 retail value.. 4 cents
On each additional $1 or part thereof....

4 cents EXCISE TAXES. Corporation, company, person, or firm refining petroleum or sugar, or

owning or controlling any pipe line for transporting oil or other products where gross annual receipts exceed $250,000 on gross amount of receipts in excess of $250,000...

% of 1 per cent On every seat sold in a palace or parlor car, and on every berth sold in a sleeping car........

1 cent LEGACY TAXES—TOOK EFFECT FROM DATE OF ACT. 1. Where the person or persons entitled to beneficial interest shall be the lineal issue or

lineal ancestor, brother, or sister of deceased : When the whole amount exceeds $10,000 and does not exceed $25,000,

-75 cents on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $25.000 and does not exceed $100,000,

$1.125 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $100,000 and does not exceed $500,000,

$1.50 on each $100

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When the whole amount exceeds $500,000 and does not exceed $1,000,000,

$1.875 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $1,000,000.....

- $2.25 on each $100 Where the person or persons entitled to beneficial interest shall be the descendant of

a brother or sister : When the whole amount exceeds $10,000 and does not exceed $25,000,

$1.50 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $25,000 and does not exceed $100,000,

$2.25 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $100,000 and does not exceed $500,000,

$3.00 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $500,000 and does not exceed $1,000,000.

$3.75 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $1,000,000....

-$4.50 on each $100 3. Where the person or persons entitled to any beneficial interest shall be the brother or

sister of the father or mother, or a descendant of a brother or sister oí a father

or mother: When the whole amount exceeds $10,000 and does not exceed $25,000,

$3.00 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $25,000 and does not exceed $100,000,

$4.50 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $100,000 and does not exceed $500,000,

$6.00 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $500,000 and does not exceed $1,000,000,

$7.50 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $1,000,000.

-- $9 on each $100 Where the person or persons entitled to beneficial interest shall be the brother or

sister of the grandfather or grandmother or a descendant of the brother or sister

of the grandfather or grandmother: When the whole amount exceeds $10,000 and does not exceed $25,000,

-$4 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $25,000 and does not exceed $100,000,

$6 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $100,000 and does not exceed $500,000,

$8 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $500,000 and does not exceed $1,000,000,

-$10 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $1,000,000...

-$12 on each $100 5. Where the person or persons entitled to beneficial interest shall be a person of any

other degree of collateral consanguinity, or a stranger in blood, or a body politic

or corporation : When the whole amount exceeds $10,000 and does not exceed $25,000,

$5 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $25,000 and does not exceed $100,000,

$7.50 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $100,000 and does not exceed $500,000,

$10 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $500,000 and does not exceed $1,000,000,

$ 12.50 on each $100 When the whole amount exceeds $1,000,000....

-$15 on each $100 MIXED FLOUR-TOOK EFFECT 60 DAYS AFTER PASSAGE OF ACT. Person, firm, or corporation making, packing, or repacking ..

$12 per annum On each barrel containing more pounds and not more than pounds..

4 cents per barrel On each y barrel or package containing more than 49 pounds and not more than 98 pounds.

2 cents per barrel On each % barrel or package containing more than 24% pounds and not more than 49 pounds..

1 cent per barrel On each % barrel or package containing 24%pounds or less.

* cent per barrel CUSTOMS DUTIES. Tea imported from foreign countries.....

.10 cents per pound

152

THE CONGRESSIONAL MANUAL.

1874...

UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE RECEIPTS,

Summary of Internal Revenue Receipts from 1872 to 1899, Inclusive.
Fiscal
Fermented Banks and

Collections

Adhesive
Bpirito. Tobacco.
Years.

Miscellaneous

Under Re Liquors. Banken.

Stampe,

pealed Law.. 1872.... $49,475,516 $33,736,171 $ 8,258,498 $ 4,628, 229 442,205 $16,177,321 $19,063,007 1873.. 52,099,372 84,386,303 9,324,938 3,771,031 461,653 7,702,877 6,329,782

49,444,090 33,242,876 9,304,680 3,387,161 364,216 6,136,845 764,880 1875..

52,081,991 37,303,462 9, 144,004 4,097,248 281, 108 6,557,230 1,080,111 1876. 56,426,365 39,795,340 9,571,281 4,006,698 409,284 6,518,488 509,631 1877 57,469, 430 41,106,547 9,480,789 3,829,729 419,999 6,450,429 238,261 1878. 50,420,816 40,091,755 9,987,052 3,492,932 846, 108

6,380,405 429,654 1879 52,570, 285 40,135,003 10,729,320 3,198,884 578,591 6,237,538 1880 61,185,509 38,870,149 12,829,803 3,350,985 383,755 7,068,394 1881 67, 153,975 42,854,991 13,700,241 3,762,208 231,078 7,924,708 152,163 1882. 69,873, 408 47,391,989 16, 153,920 5,253,458 199,8301 7,570, 109 78,559 1883. 74,368,778 42, 104,250 16,900,616 3,748,995 305,803 7,053, 053 71,852 1884 76,905,385 26,062, 400 18,084,954

289, 144

265,058 1885. 67,511,209 26,407,088 18,230,782

222,681

49,361 1886. 69,092,266 27,907,363 19,676,731

194, 422

32,087 1887 65,766,076 30,083,710 21,918,2131 4,288 219,058

29,283 1888 69,287,431 30,636,076 23,324,218 4,203 154,970

9,548 1889 74,302,887 31,862,195 23,723,835 6,179 83,893 1890 81,682,970 33,949, 998 26,008,535

69 135,555 1891 83,335,964 32,796,271 28,565, 130

256,214 1892. 91,309,984 31,000,493 30,037, 453

239,532 1893 94,712,938 31,843,556 32,527,424

166,915 1894 85.259, 252 28,617,899 31,414,788)

2 1,876,509 1895. 79,862,627 29,707,908 31,640,618

1,960,794 1896. 80,670,071 30,711,629 33,784,235

135 1,664,545 1897 82,008,543 30,710,297 32,472, 162

85 1,426,506 1898. 92,547,000 36,230,522

39,515,421 1,180 2,572,696 794,418 1899. 99,283,534 52,493,208 68,644,558)

9,225,453 43,837,8191 Of the receipts in 1899 classed as Miscellaneous," $1,235, 435 was from legacies, $4,921,593 from special taxes on bankers, billiard rooms, brokers, and exhibitions, and $643,446 from excise tax on gross receipts, under the War Revenue Law of 1898.

RECEIPTS BY STATES AND TERRITORIES.

Fiscal year ended June 30, 1899.
States and Territories.

Aggregate
Collections.

Aggregate
States and Territories.

Collections. Alabama 508,296.92 Missouri.

$16,369,075.84 Arkansas.

269,936.30 Montana, Idaho, and Utah. 681,097.21 California and Nevada.

4,348,693.48 Nebraska and N.and S.Dakota 3,428,079.38 Colorado and Wyoming

1,248,135.22 New Hampshire, Maine, Vt... 1,341,036.09 Connecticut and Rhode Island 2,916,759.03 New Jersey.

8,074,261.18 Florida. 682,422.50 New Mexico and Arizona.

132,867.28 Georgia. 941,726.30|New York...

46,634,980.98 Illinois. 47,359,523.87 North Carolina..

4,921,016.91 Indiana. 17,213,070.97 Ohio...

21,341,065.75 Iowa.

2,003,256.26 Oregon, Washington, & Alaska 1,074,921.81 Kansas, Indian Territory and

Pennsylvania

23,335,573.53 Oklahoma...... 944,825.37 South Carolina..

284 278.15 Kentucky.. 22,215,234.23 Tennessee.....

2,173,895.50 Louisiana and Mississippi... 2,254,173.74 Texas.

1,577,833.59 Maryland, Del., D. c., and 2

Virginia..

4,815,851.08 Va. Dists, 8,130,409.41 West Virginia..

1,430, 106.57 Massachusetts.. 8,153,620.36 Wisconsin.

9,467,065.41 4,643,795.49 Minnesota. 2,567,688.23 Total.

273,484,573.44 ESTIMATED WEALTH OF THE UNITED STATES. SPECIAL AGENT J. K. Upton, of the Eleventh Census, prepared the following estimate of the true valuation of all property in the United States in 1890 :

The total true valuation of the real and personal property in the country at the close of the census period 1890 amounted to $66,037,091,197, of which amount $89,584,544,333 rep resents the value of real estate and improvements thereon and $25,492,546,864 that of personal property, including railroads, mines, and quarries. At the same time the total assessed value of real and personal property tayed was $25,473,173,418, of which amount $18,956,556,675 represented real estate and improvements thereon and $6,616,616,743 personal property.

The true valuation is what would be deemed a fair selling price for the property, and is thus termed in distinction from the assessed valuation, which is a value placed upon certain taxable property for taxation purposes only. The true valuation of property for 1890 is classified as follows: Real estate, with improvements thereon.

-$39,544,844,333 Live stock on farms and ranges. farm implements and machinery.

2,703,015,040 Mines and quarries, including product on hand.

1,291, 291,579 Gold and silver coin and bullion.

1,158,774,948 Machinery of mills and product on hand, raw and manufactured..

3,058, 593, 441 Railroads and equipments, including $283.898,519 street railroads...

8,685,407,323 Telegraphs, telephones, shipping, and canals.

701,755,712 Miscellaneous.

7,893,708,821 Total..

.$65,037,091,197 The estimated increase of wealth from 1880 to 1890 by Special Agent Upton was 49 per cent. A proportionate increase from 1890 to 1900 would indicate wealth of nearly $100,000,000,000 at the beginning of the twentieth century.

Michigan......

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153

Years Endling June 30.

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF U.S. GOVERNMENT, 1866.99.

REVENUE BY FISCAL YEARS.
Miscell. Sources.

Excess of

Revenue
Sales
Customs.
Internal Direct

Total Over
Revenue.

Other
Tax.

of Public Premium
Lands.

on Loans
& sales of

Revenue. Ordinary
Miscell.

Expendit.
Items.
Gold Coin

ures. 1866 $179,046,652 $309,226,813 $1,974,754 665,031 $38,083,056 $29,036,314 $558,082,620 $ 37,223,203 1867 176,417,811 266,027 537 4,200,234 1,163,576 27787, 830 15,087,522 490,634,010 139.091.335 1868 164, 464,600 191,087,589 1,788, 146 1,348,715 29,203,629 17,745,404 405,638,083 28,297,798 1869 180,048,427 158,356,461 765,686 4,020,344 18,755,491 18,997,339 370,943,747 48,078,469 1870 194,538,374 184,899,756 229,103 3,350,482 15,295,644 12,942, 118 411.255,478 101, 601,917 1871 206,270,408 143,098,154 580,355 2,388,647

8,892,840 22,093,541 383,323.945 91, 146,757 1872 216,370,287 130,642,178

2,575,714 9,412,638 15,106,051 374, 106,868 96,588,905 1873 188,089,523 113,729,314 315,255 2,882,312 11,560,531 17,161,270 333.738,205 43,302,959 1874 163, 103,834 102,409,785

1,852, 429 5,037,665 17.075,043 289,478,755 2,844,882 1875 157, 167,722 110,407,494

1,413,640 3,979, 280 15,431,915 288.000,051 13,376,658 1876 148,071,985 116,700,732 93,799 1,129,467 4,029,281 17,456,776 287,482,039 29,022,242 1877 130,956, 493 118,630, 408

976,254 405,777 18,031,655 269,100,587 30,340,578 1878 130, 170,680 110,581,625

1,079,743 317,102 15,614,728 257,763,879 20,799,552 1879 137,250,048 113,561,611

924,781 1,505,048 20,585,697 273,827 184 6,879, 301 1880 186,522,065 124,009,374 31 1,016,507 110 21,978,525 333,526,611 65,883,653 1881 198, 159,676 135,264,386 1,517 2.201,863

25, 154,851 860,782.293) 100,069,405 1882 220,410,730 146,497,595 160,142| 4,753, 140

31,703,643 408,525,250 145,543,811 1893 214,706,497 144,720,369 108,157 7,955,864

30,796, 695 398,287,582 132,879,444 1881 195,067,490 121,586,073 70,721 9,810,705

21,984,882 348,519,870 104,393,626 1885 181,471,939) 112,498,726

5,705,986

24,014,055 323,690,706 63,463,771 1886 192,905, 023 116,805,936 108,240 5,630,999

30,989,528 836,439,727 93 956,589 1887| 217,286,893 118,823,391 32,892 9,254,286

26,005,815 371,403,278 103,471,098 1888 219,091, 174| 124,296,872 1,566 11,202,017

24,674,446 879,266,065 111,341,274 1889 223,832, 742 130,881,514

8,038,652

24, 297,151 387,050,059 87,761,081 1890 229,668,585 142,606,706

6,358,273

24,447, 420 403,080,983 85,040,272 1891 219,522, 205 145,686,249

4,029,535

23,374, 457 392,612,447 26,838,542 1892 177,452,964 153,971,072

3,261,876

20,251,872 354,937,784 9,914,454 1893 203,355,017| 160,296, 130

3,182, 090

18.253,898 385,818,629 2,341,674 1894 131,818,531 147,111,232

1,673,637

17,118,618 297,722,019 *69.803,261 1895 152, 158,617| 143,421,672

1,103,347

16,706,438 313 390,075 *42,805,223 1896 160,021,752 146,762,865

1,005,523

19, 186,061 326,976,200 25,203, 246 1897| 176,554, 126 146,688,774

864,581

23,614,422 847,721,905 *18,052, 254 1898) 149,819,594 169,943,040

1,243,129

83,505,319 404,511,082 *98,864,307 1899 206,141,2251 272,486,648

37,024,793 515,652,6661 *89,898,655 EXPENDITURES BY FISCAL YEARS.

Years End-1 ling June 30.

Premium Other

Total on Loans Civil and War Navy

Interest and Pur Miscella Depart Depart. Indians. Pensions. on Public

Ordinary chase of

Expendít. neous ment, ment.

Debt.

ures, Bonds, &c Items. 1866 $ 58,477 $ 41,056,962 $284,449,712 $43,324, 119 $3,247,065 $15,605,352 $133,067,742 $520.809 415 1867 10,813,349 51,110,224 95,224,416 31,034,011| 4,642,532 20,936,552 143,781.592 357,542,677 1868 7,001,151 53,009,868 123,246,649 25,775,503 4,100,682 23,782,387 140,424,046 377,340,285 1869 1,674,680 56,474.062 78,501,991 20,000,758 7,042,923 28,476,622 130,694.243 322,865 271 1870 15,996,556 53,237,462 57,655,675 21,780,230 3,407,938 28,340,202 129,235,498 309,653,568 1871

9,016,795 60,481,916 35,799,992 19,431,027 7,426,997 34,443,895 125,576,566 292,177,188 1872 6,958,267 60,984,757 35,372,157 21,249,810 7,061,729 28,533,403 117,357,840 277,517,963 1873 5,105,920 73,328,110 46,323, 138 23,526,257 7,951,705 29,359,427 104,750,688 290,345,245 1874 1,395,074 69,641,593 42,313,927 30,932,587 6,692,462 29,038, 415 107,119,815 287,133.873 1875

71,070,703 41.120,646 21,497,626 8,384,657) 29,456,216 103,093,545 274,623,393 1876

66,958,374 38,070,889 18,963,310 5,966,558 28, 257,396 100,243,271 258,459,797 1877

56,252,067 37,082,736 14,959,935/ 3,277,007 27,963,752 97,124,512 238,660,009 1878

53,177,704 32,154,148 17,365,301 4,629,280 27,137,019 102,500.875 236,964,327 1879

65,741,555 40,425,661 15, 125, 127 5,206,109 35,121,482 105,327,949 266,947,883 1880 2,795,320 54,713,530 38,116,916 13,536,985 5,945,457 56,777, 174 95,757,575 267,642,958 1881 1,061,249 64,416 325 40,466,461 15,686,672 6,514,161 50,159,280 82,508,741 260,712,888 1882

57,219,751 43,570,494 15,032,046 9,736,747 61,345,194 71,077,207 257,981,440 1883

68.678,022 48,911,383 15,283,437 7,362,590 66,012,574 59,160,131 265,408,138 1884

70,920,434 39,429, 603 17,292,601 6,475,999 55,429,228 54,578,378 244,126,244 1885

87,494,258 42.670,578 16,021,080 6,552,495 56,102,267 51,386,256 260,226,935 1886

74,166.930 34,324, 153 13,907,888 6,099, 158|63,404,864 50,580,146 242,483,138 1887

85,264,826 38.561,026 15,141, 127 6,194,523 75,029, 102 47,741,577 267,932,180 1888 8,270,842 72,952,261 38,522, 436 16,926,438 6,249,308 80,288,509 44,715,007 267,924,801 1889 17,292,363 80,664,064 44,435,271 21,378,809 6,892,208 87,624,779 41,001,484 299,288,978 1890 20,304,244 81,403, 256 44,582,838 22,006,206 6,708,047 106,936,855 36,099,284 318,040,711 1891 10,401,221) 110,048,167 48,720,065 26,113,896 8,527,469 124,415,951 37,547,135 365,773,905 1892

99,841,988 46,895,456 29,174,139 11,150,578 134,583,053 23,378,116 345,023,330 1893

103,732,799 49,641,773 30,136,084 13,345,347 159.357,558 27,284,392 383.477,954 1894

102,165,471 54,567,930 31,701,294 10,293, 482 141,177,285 27,841, 406 367, 746,867 1895

93,279,730 51,804,759 28,797,796 9,939, 754 141,395,229 30,978,030 356,195,298 1896

87,216,235 50,830,921 27,147,732 12,165,528 139,434,001 35,385,029 352, 179, 446 1897

90,401,267 48,950,267 34,561,546 13,016,802 141,053, 164 37,791, 110, 365,774,159 1898

96,546,303 91,957,802 58,848,763 10,986,523 147.45 940 37,585,056 443,375,387 1899

119,834.7611 228.834, 1541 64,814,440112,784,676.139,387,353 39.895.940' 605,551,823 The total receipts of the United States from the beginning of the Government, 1789 to 1899, have been : From customs, $8.108,398,207; internal revenue, $5.452,642,131 ; direct tax, $28,131,944 ; public lands, $292,829,824 ; miscellaneous, $926,532,426 : total, excluding loans, $15,518.806.609.

The total expenditures of the United States from the beginning of the Government, 1789 to 1899 have been : For civil and miscellaneous, $3.161,516,255 ; war, $5,401,414.800 navy, $1,512,730,414 ; Indians, $358.170,220 ; pensions, $2,517,731,380 ; interest, $2,942, 194,849 ; total. $15,893,758,218.

*Expenditures in excess of revenue.

per doz..

United States Customs Duties.
A TABLE OF LEADING ARTICLES IMPORTED. GIVING RATE AT ENTRY BY THE

TARIFF ACT OF 1897.
N. e. s. indicates “when not elsewhere specified "
Articles.
Tariff Rate.

Articles.

Tariff Rate. Alcohol, amylic, or fusel oil. c. H B. Cotton curtains

50 p.c, ad val. Animals, breeding purposes.. Free.

Cutlery, more than $3 per doz 20c. pc. & Barley, bushel of 48 lbs... 300. bushel

40 p.c. ad val Beads

35 p. c. ad val Cutlery, razors, over $3 per $1.75 7 dz. & Beef, mutton and pork. 20. fb.

doz.

20 p.c. ad val Beer, ale, not in bottles. 1200.gal. Cutlery, table knives

16c. each & 15 Beer, porter, and ale, in bot

p. c. ad val. tles

40c.

Cutlery, table knives, over $ Bindings, cotton.... 45 p. c. ad val

45 p.c.ad val. Bindings, flax.

Diamonds (uncut, free) cut Bindings, wool. 50c. Db, and and set

60 60 p. c. ad Diamonds, cut, but not set... 10 val.

Drugs (crude, free) not crude c. bo. & Blankets ....... 220. tb. &

10 p.c. ad val 30 p.č. ad val|| Dyewoods, crude..

Free. Blankets. value 40c. to 50c..... 33c. 7 D. & 35| Dyewoods, extracts of........ 7&c. ib.

P. c. ad val.

Earthenware, common. 25 p.c. ad val. (a)

Earthenware, porcelain, plain 55 Bonnets, silk.

60 p.c. ad val. Earthenware, porcelain, etc., Books, charts, maps,

25
decorated

60 p.c. ad val Books, over 20 years old, for

Eggs

50. doz. public libraries

Free.
Engravings

25 p.c. ad val. Bronze, manufactures of. 45 p.c. ad val. Extracts, meat..

350. ib. Brushes

40

Fertilizers, guanos, manures. Free. Butter, and substitutes for.. 6c, ib. Firearms

(6) Buttons, sleeve and collar,

Fish, American Fisheries.

Free. gilt. 59 p.c. ad val. Fish, smoked, dried.

Ac. fo. Canvas for sails.

45
Flannels

220 D. & 30 Caps, fur and leather. 35

p.c. ad val. Carpets, treble ingrain.. 220. H sq. yd. Flannels, value 40c. to 50c..... 330. D. & 35 & 40 p. c. ad

p.c. ad val. val.

Flax, manufactures of. n.e.s.. 45 p.c. ad val. Carpets, two-ply..... 180. Ho sq. yd. Flowers, artificial,

50 & 40 p. c. ad Fruits, preserved in their own 1c. ib. & 35 val juice

p.c. ad val. Carpets, tapestry Brussels.... 280. P sq. yd. Fruits, apples..

250. P bu, & 40 p. c. ad Fruits, oranges, lemons, 8.e.s. 1c. # ib. val. Fur, manufactures of.

35 p.c. ad val. Carpets, Wilton, Axminster, 60c. p sq. yd. Furniture, wood..

35 velvet

& 40 p. c. ad Glassware, plain and cut.. 60
val.

Glass, polished plate, not over
Cattle (over one year old)....2 p. c. ad

16x24

8c. p sq. foot

Glass, silvered, not over 16724 11c. Cheese, all kinds

60. #tb. Glass bottles, over 1 pint. 1c. ib. Cigars and cigarettes. $4.50 7 ib. & Gloves, men's, ladies', child

25 p.c. ad val

ren's Clocks, n. e. s... 40 p.c. ad val. Glucose

1%c. * io. Clothing, ready-made, cotton,

Glue, value not over 7c. per 15 2%c. p pb. (8) n. e. S..

50

Gold, manufactures of, not Clothing, ready-made, linen,

jewelry

45 p.c. ad val. silk, and woollen.

60

Hair of hogs, curled for matCoal, anthracite.

Free.

tresses Coal, bituminous.

67c. A ton. Hair, manufactures, n. e. s... 35 Coffee

Free.

Hair, human,unmanufactured 20 p. c.; not Confectionary, all sugar... 50 p.c. ad val.

drawn, free. (if more Hams and bacon..

15c. fb. than 150. Нау.

$4 * ton. tb.) Hemp cordage.

2c. to. Copper, manufactures of... 45 p.c. ad val. Hides, raw. dried, salted, Cotton Gloves..

50
pickled.

15 p.c. ad val Cotton handkerchiefs, hem'd 45

Honey.

20c. #gal. Cotton handkerchiefs, hem

Hoops, iron or steel, baling -- 15-10c. ib. stitched

55
Hops.

12
Cotton hosiery..
50c. to $2 P Horn, manufactures of

30 p.c. ad val. doz. pairs & Horses, mules..

$307 head (h) 15 p.c. ad vai| India-rubber, manufactures of 30 p.c. ad val Cotton shirts and drawers....60c. to $2.25 || India-rubber, vulcanized. 35

doz. & 15 p.|| Instruments, metal.... 45
c. to 50 p. c. Iron, manufactures of, n. e. s. 45

ad val. Iron screws, *2 inch or less in Cotton plushes unbleached.. 9c. p sq. yd. length...

120. P to. & 25 p. c, ad Iron, tinned plates...

1%2c. ib. val. Cotton webbing......

Ivory, manufactures of, n.e.s. 35 p.c. ad.

val. 45 p.c. ad val. Jewelry

160

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