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Schedule N.-SUNDRIES. Bristles

............ per lb.

IOC. Brushes, brooms, feather dusters, and hair pencils in quills.. 40 P.C., a.v.

Buttons and Button Forms. Button forms, lastings, cloth for buttons ..

10 P.C., a.v. Agate buttons ..

25 p.C., a.v. Pearl and shell, per line, button measure of 1-40 of one inch, per gross... .....

2 c. & 25 p.c., a.v. Ivory, vegetable ivory, bone and horn buttons .........

50 P.C., a.v. Shoe buttons, value not over 3c. per gross, per gross

IC. Coal, bituminous and shale, per ton of 28 bushels (80 lb.)..

75C. Coal, slack or culm

30C. Coke

20 P.C., a.v. Cork bark, in squares or cubes ........

............ per lb.

roc. Corks, manufactured .......

15C. Dice, draughts, chessmen, balls, billiard balls

50 P. C., a.v. Dolls, doll heads, marbles, toys not made of rubber, china,

porcelain, parian, bisque, earthen or stone ware ........ 35 p.c., a.v. Emery grains

........................... per Ib.

Explosive Substances. Firecrackers .... .............................. per Ib.

8c. Fulminates .....

30 p.c., a.v. Gunpowder and explosives valued at 20c. or less per lb......

5C. Above 200. per lb. ...... Matches, not more than 100 matches to box...... per gross

IOC. Matches otherwise than above, per thousand....

IC. Percussion caps ........

40 P.C., a.v. Feathers (birds"), downs, dressed, coloured or manufactured 50 P C., a.v. Not dressed .......

10 P.C., a.v. Quilts and other manufactures of down

50 p.c., a.v. Furs..................

20 P.C., a.v. Glass beads, loose ............

to P.C., a.v. Gun wads...

35 P.C., a v. Human hair, unmanufactured..

20 p.c., a.v. Crinoline cloth .............

..... per sq. yard

8c. Hair seating ..........

........ per sq. yard 30C. Hair curled for beds ........

15 P.C., a.v. Fur hats

55 p.c., a.v.

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Jewellery and Precious Stones.
Jewellery articles not elsewhere provided for ......
Pearls ..
Precious stones cut, but not set ........

If set .....
Imitations of, not set......

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Leather and Manufactures of. Belting and sole leather ....

10 P.C., a.v. Calfskins, dressed upper leather, chamois, finished........

20 p.c, a.v. Bookbinders' calfskins, kangaroo, sheep, goat, lamb, and kid, finished........

20 P.C., a.v. Morocco, unfinished ..

TO P.C., a.v. Japanned calfskins........

30 P.C., a.v. Leather boots and shoes .....

25 P.C., a.v. Pianoforte leather ............................

35 P.C., a.v. But leather cut into shoe uppers or vamps, or other forms suitable for conver. sion into manufactured articles, shall be classified as manufactures of leather, and pay duty accordingly.

Gloves of all descriptions, composed wholly or in part of kid or other leather, whether wholly or partly manufactured, shall pay duty at the rates fixed in connection with the following specified kinds thereof, fourteen inches in ex. treme length when stretched to the full extent, being, in each case, hereby fixed as the standard, and one dozen pairs as the basis, namely :-Ladies' and chil. dren's smaschen of said length or under, $1 75C. per dozen ; ladies' and children's lamb of said length or under, $2 25c. per dozen; ladies' and children's kid of said length or under, $3 25C. per dozen : ladies' and children's suedes of said length or under, 50 p.c., a.v. ; all other ladies' and children's leather gloves, and all men's leather gloves' of said length or under, 50 p.c., a.v. ; all leather gloves

over fourteen inches in length, 50 p.c., a.v. ; and in addition to the above rates there shall be paid on all men's gloves $i per dozen ; on all lined gloves, $i per dozen; on all pique or prick seam gloves, 500. per dozen; on all embroidered gloves, with more than three single strands or cords, 50c. per pair. Provided, that all gloves represented to be of a kind or grade below their actual kind or grade shall pay an additional duty of $5 per dozen pair. Provided further, that none of the articles named in this par. shall pay a less rate of duty than 50 P.C., a.v.

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURES. Manufactures of alabaster, amber, asbestos, bladders, coral, gut, jet paste, spar and wax ......

25 p.c., a.v. Osier or willow for baskets ..........

30 P.C., a.v. Manufactures of osier or willow ....

40 P.C., a.v. Manufactures of bone, chip, grass, horn, indiarubber, palm leaf, straw, weeds, or whalebone .....

30 p.c., a.v. Manufactures of leather, fur, gutta-percha, vulcanised

rubber, human hair, papier mache, indurated pulp fibres 35 p.c., a.v. Manufactures of ivory, vegetable ivory, mother-of-pearl and shell .........................

.................. 40 p.c., a.v. Masks, composed of paper or pulp..

35 p.c., a, v Matting of cocoa fibre or rattan .......... per square yard

I2C. Mats, cocoa fibre, or rattan............. ... per square foot

8c. Paintings, in oil or water-colours, and statuary (wrought by hand) not otherwise provided for.....

15 p.c., a.v. Lead pencils ................

...... per gross 50c. & 30 p.c., a.v. Slate pencils .......

40. Pencil leads, not in wood..

10 p.c., a.v. Pipes and smokers' articles ....

70 p.c., a.v. Pipes, common clay .......

.... per gross

150. Hatters' plush...........

10 P.C., a.v. Umbrellas, parasols, and sunshades, silk or alpaca ...... 55 p.c., a, v. or other material .

45 P.C., a.v. Sticks for, plain

35 p.c., a.v. Sticks for, carved .

50 p.c., a.v. Waste

Io P.C., a.v.

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THE FREE LIST. Acid used for medicinal, chemical, or manufacturing purposes not specially provided for. Aconite. Acorns, raw, dried, or undried. Agates, unmanu factured. Albumen. Alizarine, natural or artificial. Amber, unmanufactured, or crude gum. Ambergris. Aniline salts. Any animal imported specially for breeding purposes shall be admitted free. Provided, that no such animal of the female sex shall be admitted free unless pure bred of a recoge nised breed, and duly registered in a book of record established for that breed. Animals brought into the United States temporarily for a period not exceeding six months, for the purpose of exhibition or competition for prizes offered by any agricultural or racing association. Animals, harness, and waggons of immi. grants. Annatto, roucou, rocoa, or orleans, and all extract of. Antimony ore, crude sulphide of. Apatite. Argal, or argol, or crude tartar. Arrowroot, raw or unmanufactured. Arsenic and sulphide of, or orpiment. Arseniate of aniline. Art educational stops composed of glass and metal. Articles in a crude state used in dyeing or tanning. Articles the growth, produce, and manufacture of the United States, when returned after having been exported, without having been advanced in value or improved in condition by any process of manufacture or other means. Asbestos, unmanufactured. Ashes, wood and lye of, and beet. root ashes. Asphaltum and bitumen, crude. Asafætida.

Balm of Gilead. Barks, cinchona or other from which quinine may be extracted. Baryta, carbonate of or witherite. Bauxite, or beauxite. Beeswax. Bells, broken, and bell metal broken and fit only to be remanufactured. Birds, stuffed, not suitable for millinery ornaments, and bird skins pr vation. Birds and land and water fowls. Bismuth. Bladders, crude, and all integuments of animals, Blood, dried. Bologna sausages. Bolting cloths, especially for milling purposes, but not suitable for wearing apparel. Bones, crude, or not burned, calcined, ground, steamed or otherwise manufactured and bone dust or animal carbon and bone ash, fit only for fertilising. Books, engravings, photographs, bound or unbound etchings, maps and charts, which shall have been printed and bound or manufactured more than twenty years at the date of importation. Books and pamphlets printed exclusively in languages other than English ; also books and music in raised print. Books, engravings, photographs, etchings, bound or unbound, maps and charts imported by authority or for the use of the United States or for the use of the library of Congress. Books, maps, lithographic prints, and charts especially imported, not more than two copies in any one invoice, in good faith, for the use of any society incor. porated or established for educational, philosophical, literary or religious pur

for the encouragement of the fine arts, or by any college, academy, school or seminary of learning in the United States, in its own behalf or in be. half of any of its professors or teachers, subject to such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe. Books or libraries, or parts of libraries, and other household effects of persons or families from foreign countries. Brazil paste. Braids, plaits, laces and similar manufactures composed of straw, chip. grass, palm leaf, willow, osier or rattan, suitable for making or ornamenting hats, bonnets and hoods. Brazilian pebbles, unwrought or unmanufactured. Breccia. in blocks or slabs. Bromine Bullion, gold or silver. Burgundy pitch.

Cabinets of old coins and medals, and other collections of antiquities produced prior to 1700. Cadmium. Calamine. Camphor, crude. Castor or castoreum. Catgut, whipgut, or wormgut, unmanufactured or in strings or cord. Cerium. Chalk, unmanufactured. Charcoal. Chicory root, raw, dried or undried, but unground, 20. Civet, crude. Clay, common blue clay, in casks, suitable only for crucibles, Coal, anthracite. Coal stores of American vessels, but none shall be unloaded. Coal tar, crude. Cobalt and cobalt ore. Cocculus indicus. Cochineal. Cocoa or cacao, crude and fibre, leaves and shells of. Coffee. Coins, gold, silver and copper. Coir and coir yarn. Copper, old, taken from the bottom of American vessels in foreign ports. Coral, marine, uncut and in. manufactured. Cork wood or cork bark, unmanufactured. Cotton and cotton waste or flocks. Cryolite, or kryolith. Cudbear. Curlingstones, or quoits and handles. Curry and curry powder. Cutch. Cuttlefish bone.

Dandelion roots, raw, dried or undried, but unground. Diamonds and other precious stones, rough or uncut, diamond dust and jewels to be used in watches. Divi Divi. Dragon's blood. Drugs not advanced in value or condition by refining or grinding, or by manufacture.

Eggs of birds, fish, and insects. Emery ore. Ergot.

Fans, common palm leaf, and palm leaf unmanufactured. Farina. Fashion plates engraved on steel, copper, or on wood, coloured or plain. Feathers and downs for beds. Feldspar. Felt, adhesive, for sheathing vessels. Fibrin in all forms. Fresh fish, caught by citizens of the United States in the high seas, or in the open waters of the lakes forming a boundary between the United States and the Dominion of Canada. Fish for bait. Fish skins. Flint, flints, and ground flint stones. Floor matting from straw, including Chinese matting. Fossils, Fruit plants, tropical and semi-tropical. Fruits and Nuts.-Currants, Zante or other; dates ; fruits, green, ripe and dried ; tamarinds; cocoanuts Brazil nuts; cream nuts; palm nut kernels. Furs undressed. Furs skins of all kinds not dressed in any manner

Gambier, Glass, broken, and old glass, which cannot be cut for use. Glass plates or discs, rough cut or unwrought, for use in optical instruments. Grasses and fibres.-Istle, or Tampico fibre. Jute. Jute butts. Manila. Sisal grass. Sunn. All other textile grasses or fibrous vegetable substances, unmanufactured or undressed. Goldbeaters' moulds and goldbeaters' skins. Grease and oils, such as are commonly used in soapmaking, or in wire drawing, or for stuffing or dressing leather, fit only for such uses. Guano, manures, and all substances expressly used for manure. Gunny bags and gunny cloths, old or refuse. Guts, salted. Gutta percha, crude.

Hair of horse, cattle, and other animals, cleaned or uncleaned, dr undrawn, but unmanufactured, and human hair, raw, uncleaned, and not drawn, Hides, raw or uncured, whether dry, salted, or pickled, and skins, except sheepskins with the wool on, Angora goatskins, raw, without the wool, unmanufactured, asses' skins, raw or unmanufactured. Hide cuttings, raw, with or without hair, and all other glue stock. Hide rope. Hones and whetstones. Hoofs, unmanufactured. Hop roots for cultivation. Horns and parts of, unmanufactured.

Ice. India rubber, crude, and milk of, and scrap or refuse India rubber. Indigo. Iodine, crude. Ipecac. Iridium. Ivory and vegetable ivory, not sawed or manufactured.

Jalap. Jet, unmanufactured. Joss stick, or Joss light. Junk, old.
Kelp. Kieserite. Kyanite, or cyanite, and kainite.

Lac dye, crude, seed, button, stick, and shell. Lac spirits. Lactarine. Lava, unmanufactured.' Leeches Lemon juice, lime juice, and sour orange juice. Licorice root, unground. Lifeboats and life saving apparatus specially imported by societies. Lime, citrate of. Lime, chloride of, or bleaching powder. Lithographic stones not engraved. Litmus, prepared or not prepared. Loadstones.

Madder and munjeet, or Indian madder, ground or prepared, and all extracts of. Magnesite. Magnesium. Magnets. Manganese, oxide and ore of. Manna.

Manuscripts. Marrow, crude. Marsh mallows. Medals of gold, silver, or copper. Meerschaum, crude or unmanutactured. Mineral waters, all not artificial. Minerals, crude, or not advanced by manufacture. Models of inven. tions and of other improvements in the arts, including patterns for machinery. Moss, sea weeds, and vegetable substances, crude or unmanufactured. Musk, crude, in natural pods. Myrobolan.

Needles, hand-sewing and darning. Newspapers and periodicals, but the term "periodicals" shall be understood to embrace only unbound or papercovered publications, containing current literature of the day and issued regu. larly at stated periods, as weekly, monthly, or quarterly. Nux vomica.

Oakum. Oilcake. Oils-Almond, amber, crude and rectified ambergris, anise or aniseseed, aniline, aspic or spike lavender, bergamot, cajeput, caraway, cassia, cinnamon, cedrat, chamomile, citronella or lemon grass, civet, fennel, jasmine or jasimine, juglandium, juniper, lavender, lemon, limes, mace, neroli or orange flower, nut oil or oil of nuts, orange oil, olive oil for manufacturing or mechanical purposes, unfit for eating ; ottar of roses, palm and cocoanut, rosemary or anthoss, sesame or sesamum seed or bean, thyme, origanum, red or white; valerian, and also spermaceti, whale, and other fish oils of American fisheries, and all other articles the produce of such fisheries. Olives, green or prepared. Opium, crude or manufactured, and not adulterated, containing 9 P.C. and over of morphia. Orange and lemon peel, not prepared. Orchil, or orchil liquid. Orchids, lily-of-the-valley, azaleas, palms, and other plants used for decorative purposes. Ores, of gold, silver and nickel matte. Provided, that ores of nickel and nickel matte, containing more than 2 p.c. of copper, shall pay a duty of one-half of one cent per pound on the copper contained therein. Osmium.

Palladium. Paper stock, crude, of every description. Paraffine. Parchment and vellum. Pearl, mother of, not manufactured. Peltries and other proper goods and effects of Indians passing or repassing the boundary line of the Territories of the United States. Personal and household effects of citizens dying in foreign countries. Pewter and britannia metal, fit only to be remanufactured. Philosophical and scientific apparatus, instruments and preparations ; statuary, casts of marble, bronze, alabaster or plaster of Paris; paintings, drawings and etchings, specially imported in good faith for the use of any society or institution incorporated or established for religious, philosophical, educational, scientific or literary purposes, or for encouragement of the fine arts and not intended for sale. Phosphates, crude or native. Plants, trees, shrubs, roots, seed cane and seeds, all of the foregoing imported by the Department of Agriculture or the United States Botanic Garden. Plaster of Paris and sulphate of lime unground. Platina, in ingots, bars, sheets and wire. Platinum, unmanufactured, and apparatus of platinum for chemical uses. Plumbago. Polishing stones. Potash, crude, carbonate of, or “black salts." Caustic potash, or hydrate of, not including refined, in sticks or rolls. Nitrate of potash or saltpetre. Sul. phate of potash, crude or refined Chlorate of potash. Muriate of potash Professional books, implements, instruments and tools of trade, occupation or employment, in the actual possession at the time of persons arriving in the United States. Pulu. Pumice.

Quills. Quinia, sulphate of, and all alkaloids or salts of chinchona bark.

Rags. Regalia and gems, statues, statuary for any society for educational, philosophical, literary, or religious purposes. Rennets, raw or prepared.

Saffron and safflower, and extract of, and saffron cake. Sago, crude, and sago flour. Salacine, Sauerkraut. Sausage skins. Seeds, anise, canary, caraway, cardamon, coriander, cotton cummin, fennel, fenugreek, hemp, horehound, mus. tard, rape, St. John's bread or bean, sugar beet, turnip, mangel wurzel, sorghum, or sugar cane for seed, bulbs and bulbous roots, not edible, and all flower and grass seeds. Selep, or saloup. Shells of all kinds not manufactured. Shot gun barrels, forged, rough bored. Shrimps and other shell fish. Silk, raw, or a reeled from the cocoon. Silk cocoons and silk waste. Silkworms' eggs. Skeletons and other preparations of anatomy. Snails. Soda, nitrate or cubic nitrate and chlorate, Sodium, Sparterre, suitable for hats. Specimens of natural history, botany, and mineralogy, for cabinets or as objects of science. Spices. Cassia, cassia vera, and cassia buds, unground. Cinnamon and chips of, unground. Cloves and clove stems, unground. Ginger root, unground and not preserved. Mace. Nutmegs. Pepper of all kinds, unground. Pimento, un. ground. Spunk. Spurs and stilts used in the manufacture of earthen, porcelain, and stoneware. Stone and sand. Burrstone in blocks, rough or manufac. tured and not bound up into mill stones; cliff stone, unmanufactured, pumice stone, rotten stone and sand, crude or manufactured. Storax, or styrax. Strontia, oxide; protoxide, strontianite. Sugars, all not above number sixteen Dutch standard in colour, all tank bottoms, all sugar drainings and sugar sweepinge; syrups of cane juice, melada, concentrated melada, and concrete and con.

centrated molasses and molasses. Sulphur, lac or precipitated, and sulphur or brimstone, crude, in bulk, sulphur ore, as pyrites, or sulphuret of iron in its natural state, containing in excess of twenty-five per cent. of sulphur (except on the copper contained therein), and sulphur not otherwise provided for. Sal. phuric acid which at the temperature of sixty degrees Fahrenheit does not exceed the specific gravity of one and three hundred and eighty thousandths, for use in manufacturing superphosphate of lime or artificial manures of any kind, or for any agricultural purposes. Sweepings of silver and gold.

Tapioca, cassava or cassady. Tar and pitch of wood and pitch of coal tar. Tea and tea plants. Teeth, natural or unmanufactured. Terra alba. Terra, japonica. Tin ore and tin in bars, blocks, pigs or grain or granulated, until July 1, 1893. Tinsel wire, lame or lahn.' Tobacco stems. Tonquin, tonqua or tonka beans. Tripoli. Turmeric. Turpentine, Venice. Turpentine, spirits of. Turtles. Types, old, only to be remanufactured.

Uranium, oxide and salts of.
Vaccine virus. Valonia. Verdigris, or subacetate of copper.

Wafers, unmedicated. Wax, vegetable or mineral. Wearing appare and other personal effects (not merchandise) of persons arriving in the United States. Whalebone, unmanufactured. Wood-Logs and round unmanufactured timber. Firewood, handle bolts, heading bolts or stave bolts, and shingle bolts, hop poles, railroad ties, ship timber, and ship planking, Woods, namely, cedar, lignumvitæ, lancewood, ebony, box, grandilla, mahogany, rosewood, satinwood, and all kinds of cabinet woods, in the log, rough, or hewn; bamboo and rattan, unmanufactured; briar root or briarwood, unmanufactured; bamboo, reeds and sticks of partridge, hair wood, pimento, orange, myrtle, and other woods, manufactured, and India malacca joints not manufactured. Works of art, the production of American artists residing temporarily abroad, or other works of art, including pictorial paintings on glass or painted glass windows when pictorial, imported expressly for presentation to a national institution or to any State or municipal corporation or incorporated religious society, college, or other public institution, except only stained or painted window glass or stained or painted glass windows." Works of art, drawings, engravings, paintings, statutory and photographic pictures and philosophical and scientific apparatus brought by professional artists, lecturers, or scientists arriving from abroad for use by them temporarily for exhibition ; photographic pictures for exhibition. Works of art, collections in illustration of the progress of the a

s of the art, science, or manufactures, photographs, works in terra cotta, parian, pottery or porcelain, and artistic copies of antiquities in metal or other material, hereinafter imported in good faith for exhibition or for a public monument.

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Reciprocity Clause SEC. 3.-That with a view to secure reciprocal trade with countries producing the following articles, and for this purpose, on and after the first day of January, eighteen hundred and ninety-two, whenever, and so often as the President shall be satisfied that the Government of any country producing and exporting sugars, molasses, coffee, tea, and hides, raw and uncured, or any of such articles, im. poses duties or other exactions upon the agricultural or other products of the United States, which in view of the free introdnction of such sugar, molasses, coffee, tea, and hides into the United States he may deem to be reciprocally unequal and unreasonable, he shall have the power and it shall be his duty to suspend, by proclamation to that effect, the provisions of this Act relating to the free introduction of such sugar, molasses, coffee, tea, and hides, the production of such country, for such time as he shall deem just, and in such case and during such suspension duties shall be levied, collected, and paid upon sugar, molasses coffee, tea, and hides, the product of or exported from such designated country as follows, namely:

All sugars not above number thirteen Dutch standard in colour shall pay duty on their polariscopic tests as follows, namely:

All sugars not above number thirteen Dutch standard in colour, all tank bottoms, syrups of cane juice or of beet juice, melada, concentrated melada, concrete and concentrated molasses, testing by the polariscope not above seventy-five degrees, seven-tenths of one cent per pound; and for every additional degree or fraction of a degree shown by the polariscopic test, two-hundredths of one cent per pound additional.

All sugars above number thirteen Dutch standard in colour shall be classified by the Dutch standard of colour, and pay duty as follows, namely :--All sugar above number thirteen and not above number sixteen Dutch standard of colour, one and three-eighths cents per pound.

All sugar above number sixteen and not above number twenty Dutch standard of colour, one and five-eighths cents per pound.

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