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456 Calfskins, japanned.....................................................

Pianoforte and pianoforte action leather. ...........
Ladies' and children's gloves :

Schmachen, pique or prick seam, etc....
Schmachen, lined.................. ...........
Lamb, plain........
Lamb, pique or prick seam, etc.................
Lamb, lined.....................
Kid, plain.. ..........
Kid, pique or prick seam ...........
Kid, lined..... ...........
Pique or prick seam, etc. .........

Pique or prick seam, lined. ........
Gloves, men's, over 14 inches in extreme length :

Plain..........................
Pique or prick seam, etc ..........
Lined, composed wholly or in part of kid...... ..... ... ..

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DO ................................................................... 459 Osier or willow .............

Osier or willow manufactures of ................. 463 | Masks, composed of paper or pulp 466 Slate pencils ......... 468 Pipes, pipe bowls, etc..............

Sticks for umb:ellas, parasols, etc., carved. ...

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Citric ........

Tannic ............
Ammonia:
Carbonate of.............
Sulphate of........ ......... ...............
Blacking ........ ......

Bone char .............
| Camphor, refined ..................................................

Cobalt, oxide of...............................................................
| Collodion:

All compounds of pyroxylln........... ...............

Rolled or in sheets .................. ..... ..................
Ethers: Fruit ethers, oils, or essences..........................
26 | Logwood and other dyewoods.................. .........
Fish gue or isinglass:

Valued at not above 7 cents per pound .............

Valued at above 30 cents per pound ........
Gelatin, valued at above 30 cents per pound
| Glue: Valued at not above 7 cents per pound

Valued at above 30 cents per pouud......... 30 | Ink and ink powder......

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Licorice . ........
34 Magnesia, calcined .........

Oil, fish ...

Black made from bone, etc. .......
| Ocher and ocher earths, ground in oil ............

Sienna and sienna earths ..............................................

Umber and umber earths ........
56 | Spirit varnishes..................
60 | Zinc, oxide of, dry ............................... ..................
61 All other paints and colors, mixed or ground, etc. ...............
Potash, prussiate of:
Red ............

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Yellow ..................
77 | Preparations used as applications to the hair, mouth, etc.. .........

Soap, fancy ......
90 Tartar, cream of

Brick, fire, not glazed......

Tiles, ornamented, glazed, etc ..............
96 | Lime..........................................................................

Earthenware and china, brown ......... .................. ...............
102 Gas retorts ............
103 Bottles and vials, flint and lime:

Empty, holding less than pint...

Filled, holding less than £ pint ......
Bottles and vials, green, colored:

Empty, holding less than pint ............

Filled, holding less than 1 pint.... ...... ............ 107 | Chemical glassware ........................... 114 Plate glass, fluted, rolled, or rough, ground smooth or otherwise

obscured, above 24 by 30 inches and not exceeding 24 by 60

inches........
115 Plate glass, polished, finished, etc., above 24 by 30 inches and

not exceeding 24 by 60 inches, unsilvered........
Cylinder, crown, and common glass, unpolished when ground,
obscured, etc:

Not exceeding 10 by 15 inches square.....

Above 16 by 24 and not above 27 by 30. ...........................
Cylinder and crown glass, polished unsilvered when ground,
obscured, etc:

Not exceeding 16 by 24 inches square .........
Above 16 by 24 inches and not exce. ding 24 by 30 inches ...

Above 21 by 30 inches and not exceeding 24 by 60 inches ...
Plate glass, cast, polished, silvered when ground, obscured, etc.,

above 24 by 30 inches and not exceeding 24 by 60 inches........
Plate glass, cast, polished, unsilvered when ground, obscured,
etc., above 24 by 30 and not exceeding 24 by 60 inches.........

All above 24 by 60 inches........................................ ......... 122 | Stained or painted window glass, etc.............

| Lenses of glass or pebble wholly or partly manufactured, etc....)

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Marble:

In block, rough, or squared ........
124 Veined marble, sawed, etc. . ....... .................. ...........
125 All manufactures of ......... .......... .......................................
131 | Slate, roofing ...................................................... ...... ....
138 Boiler or other plate iron or steel:

Valued above 1 cent and not above 1.4 cents per pound.....
Valued above 7 cents and not above 10 cents per pound.....

Valued above 10 cents and not above 13 cents per pound...
| T-rails, etc., steel or in part of steel..
142 Sheets of iron, etc.;

Toinner than No. 25, wire gauge ................. ...........

Corrugated or crimped ..... 146 | Steel ingots, cog ingots, etc.:

Val ied at 1 cent and not above 1.4 cents per pound ........

V. lued above 1.8 cents and not above 2.2 cents per pound.. Sheet and plates and saw plates of steel, not specially provided for :

Valued above 1 cent and not abore 1.4 cents per pound.....

Valued above 1.8 cents and not above 2.2 cents per pound.. 148 Wire of iron or steel :

Flit steel wire or sheet steel, etc. .........
Smaller than No. 10 and not smaller than No. 16 wire

gauge ........
Wire of iron and steel valued at more than 4 cents per pound ...
Wire rope and wire strands, made of iron wire:

Smaller than No. 10 and 1 ot smaller than No. 16 wire

gauze .....
Sm ller than No. 16 and not smaller than No. 26 wire

gauge ...................................................................

Smaller than No. 26 wire gauge..........................
Wire rope and wire strand, made of iron wire galvanized :

Smaller than No. 10 and not smaller than No. 16 wire

gauge ...............................................................

Smaller than No. 26 wire gauge ..................
Wire rope and wire strand made of steel wire :

Not smaller than No. 10 wire gauge.........
Smaller than No. 10, and not smaller than No. 16 wire

gauge ......... ...
Wire rope and wire strand made of steel wire, galvanized, not

smaller than No. 10 wire gauge...........
Wire cloths, etc., not smaller than No. 10 wire gauge

Nuts or washers of wrought iron or steel ............ 159 Card clothing:

M::nufactured from tempered steel wire................

Other ........... 167 | Table knives, etc.:

Valued at more than $2, and not more than $3 per dozen

pieces ...........

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Valued at more than $3, and not more than $3 per dozen

pieces .....................

Valu d at more thin $8 per dozen ... ......
All carving and cook knives, etc.:

Valu:d at more than $8 and not more than $12 per dozen
pieces ...........

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Valued at more than $12 per dozen pieces ......... .....
168 Files :

Over 4 inches in length and under 9 inches ................

Nine inches in length and under 14 inches......... ................ 171 Sheets and plates, etc., enameled or glazed with vitrious glass... 173 Nails and spikes, cut ........

Nails : 174 Horseshoe, hob, etc..........

Wire, 2 inches long and longer, not lighter than No. 12 wire

gauge .......... .............................. 183 83 Saws:

Circular .........

Mill, pit, not over 9 inches wide ........... 184 | Screws, half inch or less in length ........... 189 Brass, old and clippings from brass, etc .............. 196 Bullions and metal thread of gold, silver, etc ...... .......... ...... ...... 205 Gold pens ...........................................................................

Penholder tips, etc...............................................................
206 | Pins ..........
215 Manufactures, articles or wares not specially provided for :

Brass............
Buttons, metal.
Carriages, etc.
Copper ...........
Gold and silver ............................... .....................
Machinery..
Iron and steel....... ....... ..........
Lead ................
Aluminum........................
Bronze ..................
Metals, n. e. S..

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Platinum ..........

Zinc..................... 242 | Leaf tobacco, stemmed, for cigar wrappers............... ...............

| Cigars and cheroots.....

Cigarettes and paper cigars, etc................. ......... ......... ......
Sheep :

Less than 1 year old.

One year old or more .............. 256 | Corn or naize................ ...... .................................................. 257 Corn meal ............

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260 Oat meal ................................. ... ... .................
261 Rice, uncleaned ................................................
264 W h eat ..........................................................................

W heat flour....................................................................... 292 Fish :

Cod, haddock, etc., pickled, in barrels............
Mackerel pickled or salted ...........
Salmon pickled or salted ...............

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Other fish pickled or salted.......
299 Plums and prunes.......
| Oranges, in packages :

Of capacity of it cubic feet or less...
Of capacity exceeding 1ł and not exceeding 2} cubic feet.
Of capacity exceeding 21 not exceeding 5 cubic feet..

Of capacity exceeding 5 cubic feet..........
Lemons, in packages :

Of capacity of 14 cubic feet or less............
Of capacity exceeding 14 and not exceeding 2 cubic feet......
Of capacity exceeding 2) and not exceeding 5 cubic feet. ......

Of capacity exceding 5 cubic feet............
Limes :

Of capacity of 14 cubic feet or less.
Of capacity exceeding 14 and not exceeding 21 cubic feet.....
Of capacity exceeding 2] and not exceeding 5 cubic feet.......

Of capacity exceeding 5 cubic feet...... 303 Preserved comfits, sweetm'ats, etc...........

Ginger preserved or pickled ......... 810 | Bacon and hams................ .................... 911 Fresh pork .............. 312 Meats of all kinds prepared or preserved ...........................

Extract of meat:

Fluid extract. .........

All other .............................
Spices, n. e. s., all other ground or powdered, n. s. p. ..... .....
Cherry juice and other fruit juice containing not more than 18

per cent of alcohol ........

Prune juice or prune wine ........ 341 341 Mineral waters in bottles :

Containing not more than 1 pint...... ......

Containing more than 1 quart.....
342 Thread, yarn warp or warp yarn, etc., of cotton :

Valued at not exceeding 25 cents per pound .......
Valued at over 25 cents and not exceeding 40 cents per

pound. ....................
Valued at over 40 cents and not exceeding 50 cents per

pound ....... ...................................................................
Valued at over 50 cents and not exceeding 60 cents per

pound ...........
Valued at over 60 cents and not exceeding 70 cents per

pound .......

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