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Siatement by groups of the reductions of duty by present law, etc.—Continued.

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Milk, fresh .........................
Broom corn ........

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Cabbage...... ...............
Eggs, yolk of.....
Plants, trees, shrubs, and vines...........
Peas , green, in bulk or packages.................. .................
Fish, fresh:

He ring ..... .............................*
Salmon........................................................

All other...................................................................,
| Tallow .....................................................
Gr. ase of wool, known as degras...........................
Salt:

In bags, sacks, barrels, or other packages............
In bulk,

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SCHEDULE H.-SPIRITS WINES, ETC.

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Lemonade, soda water, and other similar waters:
In plain, green, or colored, molded, or pressed glass bottles

Containing each not more than three-fourths of a pint....
Containing more than three-fourths of a pint each and

not more than one and one-half pints. ........................
Otherwise than in such bottles, or in such bottles contain:
ing more than one and one-half pints each......

SCHEDULE J.-Flax, HEMP, JUTE, ETC.
Flax:

Straw ...........................
Not hackled or dressed .

Tow of ..........
Hemp, tow of....
Hemp...... ..........**
Twine, manufactured in whole or in part of istle or Tampico
fibre, manila, sisal grass, or sunn:

Binding ................................................
Burlaps, of flax, jute, or hemp, or of which flax, jute, or hemp,

or either of them, shall be the component material of chief
value (except such as may be suitable for bagging for cotton)

Not exceeding 60 inches in width. ......,
Exceeding 60 inches in width ..............

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SCHEDULE J.-Flax, HEMP, JUTE, ETC. —Continued.
Bags for grain made of burlaps......
Bagging for cotton, gunny cloth, and all similar material for coy-
ering cotton, composed in whole or in part of hemp, flax, jute,
or jute butts-
Valued at 6 cents or less per square yard.

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Valued at more than 6 cents per square yard ............ .......

SCHEDE K.-WOOL.

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Wools, hair of the camel, goat, alapaca, and other like animals,
and manufactures of :
Unmanufactured-

Class 1 : Merino mestiza, metz, or metis wools, or other
wools of merino blood, immediate or remote, Down
clothing wools, and wools ot like sharacter with any
of the preceding, including such as have been hereto.
fore visually imported into the United States from
Buenos Ayres, New Zealand, Australia, Cape of Good
Hope, Russia, Great Britain, Canada and elsewhere,
and also including all wools not hereinafter described,
or designated in classes 2 and 3--

Unwashed wool.......... .................. .................
Washed wool ....................... ....................

Scoured wool. ..............
Class 2: Leicester, Cotswola, Lincolnshire, Down comb-

ing wools, Canada long wools, or other like conibing
wools of English blood, and u-ually known by the
terms herein used, and also all hair of the camel,
goat, alapаca and other like animals-

Wool, unscoured ............ ...
W ool, scoured ..................................................
Wool, sorted. ............
Hair of the goat, alapаca and other like animals,

unscoured ...........................
Hair of the goat, ala aca, and other like animals,

scoured . .........................................................
Class 3: Donskoi, native South American, Cordova,

Valparaiso, native Smyrna, Russian camel's hair, and
including all. such wools of like character as have
been heretofore usually imported into the United
States from Turkey, Greece, Egypt, Syria, and els -
where-
Value 13 cents or less per pound-

Wool. .......... ... ..... ... ... ... ... ..........
Wool, sorted ..........................................
Carnel's hair, Russian ...... .......

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ONE HUNDRED PER CENT—Continued.

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SCHEDULE K.-Wool-Continued.

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Value over 13 cents per pound-
Wool. .......

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Wool, sorted..................

Camel's hair, Russian ........ .....
Manufactures, composed wholly or in part of wool, worsted,

the hair of the camel, goat, ala paca, or other animals
Rags, mungo, flocks, noils and waste-

Top, slubbing, roving, ring, yarn, garnetted and other

wastes.........

Rags, mungo and flocks. ...... 388

Noils...............................................

SCHEDULE N.--SUNDRIES. 443 Feathers and downs, crude, not dressed :

Ostrich feathers ......... ...

All other .......................
465 | Paintings, in oil or water colors............

Statuary................
469 | Hatters, plush, black, composed of silk, or of silk and cotton .....

Articles under section 3, act of Oct. 1, 1890 :

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Goatskins, raw........................
Hides, raw or uncured, whether dry, salted or pickled, and

other skins, except sheepskins with the wool on....
Unenumerated under section 4, act of Oct. 1, 1890 :

Enfleurage, pomades............ ........ .........

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FROM SEVENTY-FIVE TO ONE HUNDRED PER CENT.

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Bar iron, all other, and slabs, blooms or loops...........................
Spikes of wrought iron or steel..... ... ... ... ... ... ... ......
Mules .........
Yarns, woolens, etc., valued at not more than 30 cents per

pound............
Cloths, woolens, etc., valued at not more than 30. cents per

pound.... ................................................
Shawls, woolen, etc, valued at more than 30 cents and not more

than 40 cents per pound..............
Common pipes of clay............... .............. ....... ................

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FROM FIFTY TO SEVENTY-FIVE PER CENT.

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Borax, refined
26 | Sumac, extract of ....................................
37 | Oil, castor ..................................................

Opium :

Aqueous, extract of 481 Prepared for smoking

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FROM FIFTY TO SEVENTY-FIVE PER CENT—Continued.

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49 Paints and colors : Baryta, sulphate of ............
59 Whiting and Paris white, dry ................. ......

Whiting, ground in oil (putty) ...... ...... ............... ..............
Lead :
Acetate of -

White ...................... .........* •
Litharge .............................................
Nitrate of ...... ...................... ... ... ...
Orange mineral ..................................

White .........
Potash :

Hydriodate, Iodide and iodate of ..............

Nitrate of...........
Santonine ...........
Soap, all other...... ........
Soda:

Bicarbonate of.........
Hydrate of ......

Sal
Sponges ..... ......
Cement, other .......................................
Clocks, China, chief value .................................. ..............
Clocks, marble chief value..........
Wire rope a d wire strand, made of steel wire galvanized, not

smaller than No. 5 wire gauge, cold rolled, etc .....................
Sheets and plates and saw plates of steel not spe ially provided

for, cold r lled, better than the grade her inbelore provided
for :

Valued above 4 cents and not above 7 cents per pound ....

Valued above 7 cents and not above 10 cents per pound....
Steel circular saw plates valued above-

4 cents and not above 7 ce ts p r pound..

7 cents and not above 10 cents per pou d............... Chains, not less than of 1 inch in d ameter .... ............

Penknives valued at not more than 50 cents per dozen.. ...... 167 All carving or cooking knives, valued at n t more than $1 per

dozen pieces................................... ......... 168 Files, 14 inches in length and over .................. Pistols, revolvi g:

Valued at not more than $1.50 each.

Valued at more than $1.50 each.........
Shotguns, double-barreled, valued at-

Not more than $6 each ..................

More than $6 and not more than $12 each...... ........ 181 | Railway fish plates, etc..

Wheels, or parts thereof, etc........ 1901 Bronze or Dutch metal, etc

aluminum leaves in packages of 100 leaves .......... 198 ) Silver leaf ...........

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Lead :

Contained in silver ore ..........
Contained in other ore....................................................
Pigs and bars, etc.........................................................

Sheets, pipes, shot, etc...... ......... ...... ......... ................ .....
Type metal..........................................................

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In sheets....... ................ .................................
Sugar candy and confectionery valued at 12c. or less per pound..
Cattle :

One year old or less ................

More than 1 year old.. 252

Barley 270

Beans. 277 Hay............................ 280 Onions .................. 284

Seeds : Castor beans or seeds........ .......................................
286 | Garden seeds, etc., n. S. p. .....................................
288 | Vegetables, other, in their natural state...................................
289 | Straw.......... ...
290 Teazles...........
308 | Peanuts, unshelled...... ..... ........ ..................................

Apples, dried, etc.
314 Lard ...
326 Sage...

Cloth, cotton :
344 Bleached, not exceeding 50 threads to the square inch, valued

at 9 cents or less per square yard ........
Dyed, etc., valued at 12 cents or less per square yard... .........
Other articles of wearing apparel, etc., of which India rubber is

a component material .......

Hemp, hackled...................
362 Cables, cordage and twine, of hemp, untarred..................

tarred .....
367 Gill netting, made oi thread or twine not higher than 20 ...........
388 Shoddy...........
391 Yarns, woolens, etc., valued at more than :

Thirty cents and not more than 40 cents per pound. ... ........

Forty cento per pound ...,
Cloths, woolen, etc., valued at:

More than 30 cents and not more than 40 cents pound......

Above 40 cents per pound.
Shawls, woolen, etc., valued at above 40 cents per pound ...........
Knit fabrics, etc., valued at:

More than 30 cents and not more than 40 cents per pound..

Above 40 cents per pound...... .....
All knit wearing apparel.....

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All other manufactures :

N. S. P., valued at not more than 30 cents per pound ............

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