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A9"Cninplft Stork oft;
S1LYERWARE FOR HOLIDAYS.
Ilawkt's Oolobrated Spectacles.
M. S. URBAN,
30 Oklahoma Ar, Hoar Land office
rVConiplfte New Lino oi .
T w o Iry. I
Wttrlt and Clock Krpairinir
M. S. KUBAN,
jn Oklahoma A . Rear 1. 1 ,i
Entered at tiik I'ost-Oh'Icr at Ocinmr, Ok, s SncoMti-cLASs; Matter.
OPUCK OK I'CBl.tCATtOM! llAKKIStlN AVI:NOH
GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21), 1893.
$125 OKGAN GIVEN AWAY ! I
ill MA I Oi
And Rot a chnnco on an
GIVEN AWAY NEW
Wp give uni' I'lmncc vvithrAery dollar's
Corner First St. and Oklahoma Ave.
WATCHMAKER AND OPTICIAN.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repairing.
All Goods and Work Warranted.
log West Harrison Avenue.
POWDERLY IS OUT.
HESICNATION ACCEPTED AND,,
MR, SOVEREIGN OF IOWA ELECTED,
I lie Vnoiinoles on the Ktecutlm Hoard
AH I'llloil hy Antl-r.ivvtlerlj-ltei
Tim llt-l.oii.T.il Muster Work-
(11.1111 Itrlu.lt Mint Conipleto
In the (ieucr.it Assi'mlily
Muslim ut I'lilliiilulplila.
l'mi.ADKLfiUA, Nov. 23.--At.vost or
ilny tifturuoon'8 mooting of tho
Knights of Labor del ij.itcs Grand ,
piaster Workman I'owdorly's rchlgnu' '
tloa was iicrcip'oil by n practically
liimniiiioits vote, after that gentleman
had btutod to the convention that hn
had tundorud it in (rood faith ami that
his action with final.
J. Sovereign of Iowa was then
nlectucl to succeed Mr. 1'owderly, the
voto being Sovetelgn, -M; James Camp
boll of 1'itlsburg, s; T. II. McQulre. 1;
Tlu vacancies on tho general execu
tive board were tilled by the election
of the following1: Mr. French of
itoston, Mr. Martin of .Minneapolis and i
I. I Kenny of Omulia, all nntl-i
THE VOTES FOR JUDGES.
Oplilul Count of thn Itutiirn I'roin tho
VitiloiM linns. i District.
Toi'uka. Kan., Nov. S". Tho stato
board of canvas crs this ufturuoui) at
'4 o'clock began the otllcial canvass of
the returns from the thirteen districts
which elected judges November 7
Chairman .1. M. Simpson of tho Rc-
publican and John . ltriedunthul of
tho I'onit Ut oouimitt'c aro present as
vitneuB, but as thu returns from
any ilMiict are not disputed, the
event attracts no spectators. The re
turns as tabulated by the secretary of
state bhow the following totals by
Third Ii 11. Gill, l'op.. 1,731; Spcrry
linker, Hop., 1,384; John T. Harris,
Dem., 3,-iOl llurris's plurality, l,7il3.
Fifth Cyrus Iloren, Pop., 11,038; F.
J. Knight, Hop., B,(1SS: Charles II.
Nicholas, Dem., 743. Ileren's plural
. Sixth F. S. Hatch, Vop.-Dom.,
1.40T: B. V. Vnndlvers, Itep., 1,301.
Vnndlvers' majority, 54
.Seventh A. C. T Gelger, l'op ,
3,858; Georgo A.Spauldlng, Ken., 3,313,
II. Webb llertinui, Dem., 1,318.
GolgerV plurality, 540.
Ninoteonth J. K. lialsell, l'op.
Deni., a.ioo; J. A. Hurnett, Uep.,
'-',13a. llurnett's maj irity 3?
Twentieth John II. llailey, I'op.
I)om., 3,153; A. K. Clark, Ind.-Uop.,
3,f.V.'. Cturlt's plurality 3'JO.
Twonty-ilrst T. J. Pollock, Pop.,
3.(110; It. II. Spillrmui, Hep,, 4,030;
.Samuel Kimble, Dem , 1,011. Spill
plan's i lurnlity, 1,'.'8.
Thirtieth K A. I.oyett, Pop.. 3,50(:
H F. Thompson, Itep., L',074; Charles
A. lliller, Dem , 4)1. Thompson'
Thirty tirst P. M. DaylM'op-Dem.,
410; V. C. Price, Kop., 7?- Price's
Thlrty-scoond T. XV. Mawhall,
Populist, 143; XV. K. Hutchinson. le
publican, 573; A. II. Iteeves, Demo
crat. !50. Hutchinson's plurality 13a
Thirty-third James li Andrews,
Populist, 778; J. S I Mil well. Ilepubll
can, l.r.Sfi. Andrew ' majority 03.
Thirty-fourth XV. b. Wilcoxson,
Populist, S, 144; Charles XV Nmlth, He
publiean, 3.501; M K. Thorpe. Demo
crat, 170. S i ith's piu ality 150.
Flftoenth J. W. Fitzgerald, Popu-llt-Deinocr:it.
4 uoo; illlain Thomp
son, liepubllcau, 5.117. Thorn .son'e
plural ty 547.
Have you tried those cigars at Lil-
He's drug Btoro? 223-tl
elegant $125 Oigiui,
worth of Rood purchased at our store.
We hao tlii (lnct line of
In Oklahoma and at price to suit
purchueis. (live us a tiial and b
Next to Guthrie National Bank.
STARVING THOUSANDS FED.
Wisconsin t"ome 1'orvT.iril ATltli Food
mid Clothlnp; (or Destitute .Miner..
Hl'ltl.KV, Wis., Xov. 2S. Governor
Teck and i's military stall' spent yes
terday on the (Jogeb'te range dis
tributing food anil clothing to the
destitute miners, several thousand of
whom hao been out of work for
many months. The governor nnd
party arrived an a special train that
brought several car loads of pro
visions and clothing. A furious snow
storm was raging and two feet
of snow had fallen, but the cars were
quickly unloaded and tho sup lies
taken to tho city hull. The special
brought 200 barrels of Hour, ft, 00U
pounds of bcof and all manner of
elothlng and household necessities.
Two hundred additional barrels of
(lour were leeeived during the day
from Mfdford, Wis. The supplies re
ceived to-day were in answer to a call
for aid issued by Governor I'cck ten
At present there is not a single mine
in operation on tho entire range si
region that mined 10,000,00 tons of
ore last year. The mines began clos
ing last .June. Fully lft.Oii'i people
are in a helpless condition.
The miners across tho lino
in Michigan are no better
olT than those in this state. Within
the corporate limits, of Ironwood nro
1,500 who mpst bo taken care of Gov
ernor Rich has issued an appeal and
will do all tlpit is possible to .vard re
lieving tho distress. One car of pro
visions has been sent to Ironwood and
TROUBLE BARELY AVERTED.
Genemt -MllrJ AcWuowlriljrn Thill There
AVuh Nonrly u C;heyenne Wnr.
CilR'AQO, Nov. t'7. Genernl Nelson
A. Miles, wlo returned last night from
a trip tQ tl;o Indian territory,
investigated the recent disturbance
in the neighborhood of tho town
of Cheyenne, Olc, ai)d said that the
prompt action nf tho ofllcers at Fort
It cno, in at once tending n force of
cavalry to the bocno of the trouble,
probably prevented much bloodshed.
The Indians arc still In a state of
seml-lnsurgoncy, but with pro
per vigilanco on the part of
the military forces, no trouble need
be anticipated. Tho liability of
an uprising is still further decreased
bv the fact that tho Indians are great
ly in need of supplies and amuuttion.
In fact, unless the government takes
immediate measures to furnish food
and clothing in greater abundance
ninny will die before spring. In his
otllcial report soon to bo submitted
General Miles will cite these facts in
detail and offer suggestions for the re
lief of tho , ibes Tho cause of tho
trouble was the killing of an Indian
by a white man.
COINAGE AND THE TARIFF.
The Semite .tiny Itq Aikeil to l'nt a
Duty on Silver Importation.
Washixoto.v, Nov. 24 Those who
have observed the dllliculty of keep
ing the silver question in tho back
ground will not bo surprised to learn
that this subjoct is destined to
assert its right to a Injuring in connect
Hon with the tariff. It will come In
the shape of a proposition to put a du
ty upon silver importations, not in
Iie house, but in the senate if the
plans of those who have tho matter in
hand do not miscarry. Tho effort to
secure this innovation will bo made in,
connection with the metal schedule
and it will be counlcd with the item
concerning lu d and silver ore. The
purpose of tills movement is two fold
It may preparo tho way for free coin
age of the American product of silver,
uboutwhIch.hu much Ins been heard
in recent ye irs, and It is expected to
prevent the counterfeiting n the
American dollar lu other countries and
the sending of counterfeit coin to tho
, Supreme Court KeporU.
Hound copies of the first volume of
Oklahoma Supreme Court reports can
bo had upon application to Edgar
Jones, territorial librarian.
SEW TARIFF. BILL.
SWEEPING FREE LIST CHANGES,
Comparison or the Novr llllt With the
McKluley Art llepiilillcitui to Unto
Ten I)yn In AVIilrh to Conslilcr
tlio Mriiisiirr. mitl l'rnpuro n
Minority Itcport MrlUnlry
on the Illll.
Wasiuxotox, Nov. 2!?. Tho cus
toms schedule of the new tariff bill
as drafted to the Democratic majority
of the ways and means committee Is
ns follows: Tho internal revenue
features of tho bill have not been
completed. It is expected that they
will be made public on Thursday of
this week. If not, at the e.irltest
data thereafter. The ltepubltcans,
miller tho rules, will have ten days !u
whit'h to prepare their report, at
liieh time the majority report will
lie tlnislied and the bill will then be
presented to the house.
The I rr LUt.
On nnil nfter March 1, MM, tho following
nrtklci urn to lie nil Jed tr tlio treu lilt.
Arliulft for the moot the Cnll-u -litos lucon ;
uml lmtm. lof, minion unu joil inn meats
ot all kinds, prepiriil or ,'.ireil. not
sped illy provided for nil hlndlnK twlmi
manufactured In whole or In part from 1st lc or
tup oca llbcr, mtuilll.i, bln.il urui. or nunn. of
sln.'lu plr unit nu'aurin not exctedltK 0
feet to tho pound hird. HtufTcd. not nuttahlo
for mill nery ornamento, nnd blrdiklnx. pro
pared for preservation, but not further nd
uuuc'U In munut icture hluo Mlrlol, or
KUlphito of copper lioiin clur. suitable for
u-M- In deoiloimn augur real bituminous
nnd slpile, nnd toil nlu k or rut colic
crude coal and all preparations and pro
iliuts of coil tar not colors or
Ojcm not Hperlnlly provided for oxide of co
balt copper imported In ttfc form of ores old
copper. lit only for lnunlifjiture clippings
fr m new copper und nil composition
mi Ml of ului'li rjpjier Is component
material of chief value not Npeclal
Iv provided for rcrulus of copper and black
or coarse copper and copper cement eoppcr
In platen, bars, lnots or pitH nnd other forms
not manufactured not npec(.illy provided foi
eopiwnis. or sulphate of iron cotton ties of
Iron or Nluel cut to Inn t lis, punched or not
punched, with or without buckloH, for beltliut
cotton diamond dust rr bort. and Jewels to he
usee In tho in mnfautiiro of watches titiJ
clocks, thojolksof e of birds, llsh und In
beets: crude donns of all kinds, not
Hpeclallj provided for froth llsh
furs, undressed Iodine rexuiillmutcd
iron ore, Includ.in.' nianuunlfcrous
iron oro and the d'oss or resiuum tiom burnt
pyrites, und sulphur ore und pvrltes sulphur
of iron In Its natural state I ird lemon Juice
lime Juice and sour or, in o Juice mica und
metallic- mine-il substance In a crude stato
und metals unwrouitht, not specially provided
for ochro und ochurv earth sienna and sienna
ojrth.s umber and umber oarths. not specially
prmided lor In the net. cotton sc-d oil paint
inns. In oil or water colors, nnd statuary, not
otherwise provided for plows, tools und disc
harrows, harvesters reipers, drills mowers,
horse rikes und cultivators, threshing ma
chines and cotton slim, plush, black for m iklnt
men a bats quicksilver salt "lilt partially
manufactured from cocoons or from waste silk,
und not further ndvuntea or manufactured
than curded or ronibed silk nil su.ip not oth
erwise sHciully provided for siilphutu of
soda, or salt cuko or nitre caxp, suipmirio
ucld tallow and wool grease, Including that
known commercially as deltas or brown wool
lire me straw burr stone rounded up into
nlll-tonos, free stone, granite, sundstono,
limestone and other bulldln; or monumental,
except marble iinminuf ictured or unurossed,
not specially provided for all weurin uppurel
and other personal eflects without rcjard to
their value upon their Identity boln estab
lished under such rules und re ulatloim as tlio
secretary of tho treasury may prescribe;
timber hewn nnd sawed, und timber used for
spars and In buildlnir wharves, squared
or sided limber, sawed boards punks, deals
nnd other lumb r liths. pickets und pattnits,
Hhmslrs staves of wood of nil kinds and un
manu'iii'turol wood, provided, that if any ex'
port duty la laid from a'iroad upon the uhova
jnenlloncd articles, or cither ot them all such
articles shall be subject to duty us now pro
vided bv law chair cano or reeds, wrou-ht or
manufactured from rattans or iceds woods,
Includln cedar llxnum vita1 l.iticewood,
oLony box, urandllla mihouauy, ro ewood.
satlnwood and ull forms of cabinet woods
In lot;, rou.h or hewn bumboo und
rattan, unmanufactured briar root or briar
wood, u"d similar wood unnnnufacturcd.
reeds and sticks of partridge, hair wood, pi
mento, nrank'n mjrllc und other woods In the
ion h or not further manufactured than cut
Into len itbs suitable for iimbrcllas, parasols,
sun shades, whins or walkliw cuncs ull wool
of the sheep hair of thu camel, ,'ia, alpaca
and other lino animals, and ull wool and hair
on tho skin noils yarn waste, card waste, burr
waste ra s and llos Including ull waste or
ra'is composed wholly or In part of wool.
Tim Hill III Detail.
The, mctnl schedules are almost wholly ad
valorem duties, as follows
Iron In plus ."., per cent ad valorem.
All Iron In slabs blooms, loops or other
forms, more ndvuticed than plu Iron and less
tlnlshcd than Iron In bars i" per cent
liar iron rolled or hammered iron, in colls
or rods and bars, or shapes of rollod Iron, 30
Hcams, idrilers, joists, angles, channels, car
(ruck channel urn) all other structural
shapes of huu or uttin), per cent ad va
lorem Holler or othar pi ite Iron or steel except
mw plates not thinner thun No 1J wire gauge,
sheared .or unshc red, and skllp Iron and KIccl,
sheared or rolled In grooves, '" per cent
rorglng of lion or steel, op fomul Iron or
Btecl combined. 3J per tent hoop, band or
bcroll iron or steel .) jcr cent
Hallway bar made of iron or steel, and rail
way bars made In part of steel, common or
black Including all iron or strol commercially
known as common or taggers' Iron or steel, und
skllp iron or steal, :iapei cent.
All Iron or stool sheets or plalus and all
hoop, b nd or stroll Iron, excepting what aro
known cciinm -rulally us tin platus torn plates
and tag.ers tin or when galvanized or tolled
with zinc orspeltur or other metals or any al
io of tho-.u inotiN U.) ikt com ad valorem
.sheet Iron or sheet polished, planished or
giant oJ. :iv per cent nd valorem
Sheets or plates or Iron or steel or taggers'
Iron or steel, coaled with tin or lead or with a
mixture commercially known as tin plates
and taggers tin 10 pi r tent
Meel Ingots. io.-hihI Ingots, blooms and
slabs, sheets und plates not specially pro
vided for In this act und stool In ull forms
und shapes not specially provided for, -i per
cent ad valorem
Anchors or parts tboroof. of Iron or stool
and wrought Iron for ships, und forglngs of
iron or steel for vu sets, steum engines and
locomotive. Si per oenl ud valorem.
flollor or other tubes pipes Hues, or stays
of vrouUt Iron orstpol i per cent.
Cast lren pipe of every Qescripllon. IS per
cent ad valorem.
Chains of ull kinds made ot iron or steel, 30
percent ad valorem
Penknives or povkclknlvos of all kinds,
or parts thereof and razors or razor blades,
tlnislied or untln s ed. valued at not more
than Oi cents per dozen, 3i per cent ud va
lorem above that 15 per cent
- 'i .bloknlve. forks, steels and all carvlnr.
cooks' aud buuliers' knlvos. forks, and steel,
ull sines, finished or unfinished, 25 per cent ud
Muskets. muzzle loading shotguns and sport
ing rlttos and parts thereof, .5 per cent ad va
lorem tJN'o change t
Sporting breech-loading shotguns and pis
tols and parts thereof 'M per cent ud valorem
Cut nails und i ut splints of Iron aid steel,
horseshoe nalli,hob nails and all other wrou lit
Iron or steel nails not specially provided for'
, (sir enm
Needles for knitting or sewlnf ma-hlne.
. crochet needl -s and tape needles, and bod
kins of motftl, 5 per cent ipreseul S! per cent,
I Crosscut saws, circular saws hivnd, luck
I and all other saws, per rent
Ucrcws, 3d per cunt ud valorem.
Wheels or parts t be roof, made of Iron ut
steel, and steel tired wheels for railway pur
i poses, whether wholly or partly Onished. and
ironorsliel locomotive, oar or other railway
ties or parts thereof wholly or partly maou-facturt-1
a her cent ad valorem
Aluminum, op nlumlnum In crude form or
allovs -'i per cent nd valortm
Copper 1 1 rolled plates died hrimen cop
per sheets, toils, pliws ullil nipiei bottoms
ju per cent ud vnloiem
Lead or levd dres. 1& per rent -id vnlorem
upon the lena coalnlmsl therein iicconling to
sample nnd u-uihv al port of entry provided
that nil ores whlih conUiln silver and lead in
which the value of the sliver contents shall he
greater than thn value of lead conit nts tie
oordln to sample and nssny at porl of enlrv,
shull be considered silver ores
I.nml nml Inc.
Lead. In pigs nnd lr. molten und old re
fuse lead run Into blocks iiml bars, ami old
serup load lit only to bo remaiiufaciured. I
emit per isiund
Tens, metallic, oxceptgold pens, m per cent
nd valorem- penholder tliw, penholders or
parts thereof nnd gold pens. i lwr cent ad
valorem (Present luw, ;W jier cent ad val
or em I
1'lns. metallic, Including hair nltis, safety
pins, sh iwt nnd boit .plus, not commercially
known as Jewelry, "X per cent 1 valorem
11'resent law, :l per cent ad valorem!
Typo metals and now types, IN per cent ad
Zinc lu blocks or pliR, St) x-r cent ad val
Zlno In sheets, 2"i tier cent nd valorem
Manufactured articles of wares not specially
provided forln this net. composed wholly or
In part of, nnd whether partly or wholly man
ufnetured. 3.r per tent nil valorem (Present
law, t per cent )
hugnr Hint Tohnrco Schedule,
The bill repeals the provision of tins present
law for sugur bounties by Installments bv pro
vldlng that thoso bounties shall Is? rvdihcd
one el lull part of their respective amounts
oath vear beginning with July If IRt and
v tenulng todulvi 1, I'JJ. Inclusive, and shall
The Wilson bill also reduces the duty on all
su ars above 10 -tumlard from 6 Id of I cent
per pound to r .tl of 1 cent
On all leaf iliiuo, or surli part thereof as
Is commercially known Us wruper tobacco
and HUiluble for clgur wrappers If unstemrned,
the duly Is to be ifl jmr jund If stemmed,
ft l per pound The present duty is t! und
?i 75 per pound All other leaf tobacco, If iib
slemmed, Is llxednt 35 cents per pound if
stummed. f cettis por pound ns ut presi tit
OIvhi-s cheroots and clgaretts of all Kinds.
Iin ludlng wrappor. 3 nor pound and '.'J pur
cent ad valorem
The present duty Is H per pound and STi per
Articles of Clothing.
Spool thread of cotton, conlalnlnr one Inch
spool jiot exceedliu I ) yards of tlnead l-i
cents per dozen, also for every additional 10J
vnrds of thread t'C per pound. Present law,
.c per poi nd
lolliln. ready made, nnd articles of wear
In upparal of every description liaiulker
thiefs coniM)sed of coltoti or vegetable liber
or of which cotton or other ve etible Uberis
the component material of chief value hi per
cent ud valorem Present liw ill percent
Plushes volvets, velveteens, etc, not
bleaihed dyed or colored 3i percent Pres
cut 1 w lUc per .vard nnd :W per cent
Mm Uly ;H, hose uud half hose, made on
kii'ttln machinery or frames shirts and
drawers, valued ul not more tnnn II M per
dozen .11 per cent ud valorem
Stotklngs hoso and luilf hose velvets, etc ,
Including such ns aro (ominerclaliv known ns
se unless 1(1 per cent nil valorem Present
duty on this class ranges from Jc tier dozen on
hosiery nnd 'JO p?r cent ud valor -m to r.' ier
ilom and 4'J per cent ud valorem on shirts
Thn classification In tho wool schedule
proper was disposed of In two short sections
The llrst provides that wool, hair, etc . Im
proved or advanced bovondlts ori Inil condi
tion, ns wasted bv the use of machinery or
the application of lalnr. or both. shHll Is) sub
ject to a dutv of 15 pur cent nd valorem
The second that on llko material valued at
not mote than :i5 cents per poun 1. the dutv
shall be S5 per cent- valued at over HI cents
per pound tho duty sh ill be :1 per cent
Duties uro tlxed on manufactures of wool as
On woolen and worsted yarns, ao por cent
valued ut more than 49r tier pound, .15 per cent
ud valorem !? T
On woolen or worsted cloths, shawls, knit
fabrics and other manufactures, 10 por cent
nd valorem '
On womon's nnd children's dross roods,
coat linings, buntltu and cools of s inllnr
description or character, hi per cent ad
On cloaks dolmans. Jackets, ulsters or other
outside gurmonts for ladloi' and children's up
pirel. n ier cent ad valorem Present law
lli'jc per jiound and III per ci lit nil vulnrem
Aubiisson, Axminstcr, mo()uettound die illlo
carpets an 1 till curne uu nf like churacler
or condition, and Orlen.ul. llcrl n und other
similar rn s .15 per cent ud valortm Present
law otic per square vard and I'd per cent
-iixony vv iiion end Tourniy velvet carpets,
30 per cent ad valorem,
pound und 4 per cent
Presetit law Hie per
llrussels carpet .ic kt pound Present law
44c por square vard -
The till provides that on nil rates of dtitlas
in tho woolen schedules, except on carpets,
there shull bo u reduction of I cent on the
hundred on July 1. IkiSO, and, theroafter a llko
amount on July 1, 1807 s;n isnj.ind Il)l
l'lax hackled, known as "dres ed ilno. ' l'o
per pound Tho present law :ic.
Yarn made of Jute, ii por cent nd v.vlorom
Present law 3b per cent Cables, lordago und
twine lexcoeiln,. blr.dln: twlnei, 10 por cent
ud valorem burlaps, not exceeding sixty
inches In width, containing not over forty
threads lo tho square Inch, counting wuru and
illllng and bags for grain mado of such burlaps,
ill per cent ad valorem
ll.tr- Inr for cotton, gunny cloth and all
similar material suitablu for covering cotton,
15 per ctnt nJ valorem
Col ars. cuffs, s irts and all articles of woar
Ing apparel not especially provided for, 35 por
tent ud valorem
All manufactures of l!ax. lieiiip. Julo or othar
vegotablo lib-r, except CQttou, :iO jior com ad
valorem Present law from "c per pound to
19 per cent ad valorem
Sole leather 5 per cent ad valorem Pres
ent law u percent
lleltin leather, 10 per cent ad valorem. No
Leather mado In shos uppers or vamps, or
other forms, ju per cent
The glove schedule has been entirely rear
ranged and differs from tho M.cKtnloy law
Print t.j paper unsized for books and news
pipers, IS per cent ud valorem Present law
15 per cent
China ami i;rtliouvv-ire
Some of tho spnc-lllc duties of the McICInley
law on earthenware uiu! glasswuru have boon
chan-tod us follows
Ilrick not glazed or ornumonted or decora
ted In any manner. SO Iior cent ad valorem,
present law, tl S5 per ton glazed or decorated,
und 3J per cent ud valorem
Tiles plain and cneau-tio, not luzod. orna
mented, pvlnted, enameled or decorated,
40 per rent ud valorem present Jaw, II jer
China, porcelain, parlan and bisque ware,
not decorated In any manner, 40 pur cent ad
valoiem present law, M per cent ad valorem
China, bisque waie not decorated In any
muunor. lu ier cent ud valorem present law,
55 por cent ad valorem
China porcelain, parlan. bisque, cirthen,
stone and crockery ware, and lmltstlons there
of, luiludiiw marque ornaments toys,
onnrms, vases, decorated or ornamented in
any manner, IS pur rent ud valorem Present
law 01 par tent ud valorem
Plain, green und colored, mou'ded or pressed
flint and lime glassware Including bottle.,
vials demijohns und carboys ico erod or un
lovereili whether tilled or untllled. unit wheth
er their contents lie free or not. not specially
provided f r in this act. 30 per tent ad valor
em Pro enl Uw Ic to mo r pound accord
ing to sire
All articles of glass, cut, engraved, painted,
colored, printed stained, decorated silvered
or glided, not Including plate glas, silvered or
looklng glass nlites t pei cent ud valorem.
Present law. fil iwr rent ud valorem
The marble stone schedule shows an almost
general reduction. The agricultural sche.lulo
Includes ail farm products aud proviatous.
Many changes have ieen made, specific duties
being chaued to ud valorem hi many ln
stuncos All live, animals not placed on tho
fnellstby this bill ure made liuhlo to SO per
cent ad valorem the same as, tho prosont law.
Other farm, products uro ui follows, lluck
vheat, porn or,malzo, cornmeil. oatmeal, rje
Ilour. wheal and wheat flour. JO p. -en. 'jut
ea,ch of the above products shall adail tod
free of duly from uny country wn . Inn j; is
no Import duty on the llko products when ex
ported from the United States. Macaroni and.
ull similar provisions. 5 per cent ad val-rui,
prosent 1 ivy S cents per pound.
Anchovies, sardines and other fish packed
In oil. tin boxes or any other form. 3; per cent
ud valorem present law, 40 por cunt ad
Plsh In cans or packaies made oi tin 07
other material, exceul anchovle. and sardines,
and llsh packed In any other m. inner not spec
ially enumerated or pruvidl f r In this act
5 im.t rent ad valorem pre tent law S) par
cent ad valorem
llrandy and other spirits manufactured or
distilled from grain or oilier mat -na s and not
speciatlr provided for in this at (I to per
proof gallon present law ti xi.
Grapes, 5 per ceatad vaiotem present law.
flOo per barret
Orange, lemons and limes in packaies, lOo
per cubic foot or fractional part thereof
Tlaistns and old drlel grapes. 1 a cents per
jHMind present lavr ' , cents iver pound
Liquor Seltcdit le.
('ordlals liquors absinthe and other spirit
nous iH-veravos or bitters of nil kinds contain
ing spirits, not sperlallv provldodfor in this
act $ M er prmif gsllon present law, HM)
Vo lowi r rate of sniMint of duties HiU he
levied, collected or pud on brandy, spirits und
other spirituous iiever.nes than that tired by
law for the description of llrst proof, but ft
shall be luerensed In proportion for tiny great
er strength than tho strength of llrst proof,
and all Imitations of brandy or spirits of wines
Imported by anv names whatever
I irst proof and all Imitations of brandy or
splrllsor nines ImiHirted by any uaine what
ever shall Is-placed to the highest duty pro
vlded fftr these articles respectively Intcmletl
to be represented nnd In no ruse less than ft
per gallon present law tl rV)
Champagne and other spaiklln wines In
Isitlles containing mil more thin one qunrt
nnd less tlisn one pint iftu per dozen, presetit
Ale oximrted and boar In Imttlos or Jugs, 30
rents tier giillim present luw 10 cents
lliittons nnd I'rulliers.
Ititttons and button forms, poarl and shell
buttons, wholly or partly muiufacturnl, 40 per
rent ml valorem present luw Si routs per
line und . percent
Ivorv vegetable Ivory, iMine or horn buttons,
arviK-rcontud valorem prnsent law, 10 jht
Kxploslvesuhstiinces, matches, friction or
luclfer SO er cent ad valorem Present law
In tier cent gross
Percussion caps, 81 ier cent ud valorem
Present l.iw 4'l per cent nil valorem
Pcathcrn and downs of all kinds, when
dressed, co orod or manufactured. Including
quilts ot downs or other manufactures of
down and ulso Including dressed and liwtshod
birds sultabb for millinery, ornaments, urtl
he ul and oriiauieiil.il feithers and Mowers, or
pirts i.iereof of whatever material composed
nut sMilallv provided for In this int. HA er,
icnl jd valoiem Present law. nude 10 pir
1 out, dri ssoti Ml pei eeil
l'.ris eviept pilm W al fans II) per tent ad
l'ur hats, 'nrluiltng fur hut bodies, 30 per
tent ad valorem present law, 55 per cunt
.Invelry pud Prerloui Stones.
.lewe'rv nnd precious stones' All nrtlcles
not siiccHilly jirovldeil for In this act und nun
morcullv known ns ' Jewelry, ' and cameos In
frames, a per rem ad valorem, pieseut law,
W) por cent
l'recious stones of all kinds, cut but not set,
15 per cent ad valorem prescut liw, 10 jwr
Pipes nnd ull smokers' articles not specially
provided for, tit 50 per cent Pro cut law, 70
rmlirellas. parasols and sunshades covered
with milnrjnl composed wholly tl in part of
silk, wool ilr,gnit hail, 45 per cent u I valorem.
Present law. 55 per cent
Chemicals mid Drngi.
Many articles In the chemical oils and
paints schedule have been trail ttrr d to the
tree list Tho changes iniitle In the rem lining
articles ltieiudu the following
Inl. und Ink powder, primers Ink and all
other iiitt not sped illy provided for In Ibis act
SJ per cent ud vulorem (present luw 30 per
1 en 1 1
Opium ns oxtr.iet, for me Ileal use, and the
tincture nf us laudanum and nil other liquid
preparations of laudanum not speclall) pro
vided for In tills net. S per cent nd valorem
(present 11 w 10 pur cent ud valorem.
Opium ciiiitaliiliu' less than 0 por cent of
niuruhin, opium prcpuied for sinoUln , tti per
pound ipreseul law tl.'i but opium prepaid!
fur smoKlng uud oilier preparations of opium
ttmnirted In bonded warehouses shall not bo
removed therefrom without payment of du
ties, uud such duties is Mil 1 1 not bo refunded
All medical preparations, Including prep (ra
tions or which alcohol Is u comi'onent part, or
in the prepaiatton of which al.nliol Is used.
not speeluilj provided for, 50c kt pound, pro
vided that nu such piep. iratlou shall pay ies
thun i per rent ud vabirem present duty
same without the nil valorem provision
Preparations used as applications to the
hulr mouth, teeth or skin and articles of per
fumery, not spetlally provide 1 for 40 percent
ad valorem present law II cents per pound
famy perfumed nnd nil descriptions ot toilet
so ip. :li per cent ud valorem present law 15c
A lurge portion cf tho new tariff bill Is des
Voted to tne udinltilstrallve law Under the
McKtnley revision, this was made the subject
of a hopiriii: bill, but the llemocrats have
slmplv udded the administrative provision lo
the customs bill and thus Inclu lej tho whole
111 ichmery of the cu, turns eolliMloni In one
Tho changes In tlu administrative law urn
more numerous tnau was at llrst content
Plutod. und some of thorn tue of considerable
importance One of theso autburlres the sec
rotary of the treasury, ut his discretion, to
permit the cert mention of Invoices beforo
I'lilted states consular o Ulcus in adjoin ng
illslrluts to that In which the goods are mann
fuciured or purchased
Consuls uro ulso authorized to refuso cc-r-tltlcutes
or Invoice not midcln strict accord
unce with the regulations
Thu decision of the collector us to tho rate
nnd amount of duties chatgcubie on Imports
of merchandise. Including ull dutlublu costs
uud char es, uud as to all fees und oxuet ons
of whatever churacler. shall ho Dual and con
clusive, but an apiil may 1st t iken to u board
of appraisers who shall Invest gnlo the facts
und report to the secrelury of tin treasury,
nnd from w hose decision un appeal may lie
taken to the United status circuit courts.
When goods are dumi.ed In custom or In
bond, or In custody of the United States,
otllctals tho setretiry of tho tr usury Is
authorized to icmlt tho Import duties paid at
MMUNI.l.V o.v tiu; n.1.1..
Condemns the .Sutistlt ittln.'l of Ad
lorem fqr spuelllo Initios.
Ci.kvi:i.ami, Ohio, Nov. 2S. Gov
ernor MoKinloy arrived in Clovclaud
last evening. Ho was nsked his opin
ion of tho Wilson tariff bill. Ho said
ho had not read the abstract of the
measure, and had only glanced
through Mr, Wilson's review of it. Ho
said tlio bill proposed very sweeping
reductions in tlio existing tariffs.
It was such a measure as he had ex
pected, yet 11 little more sweeping
than he had anticipated. It was, how
ever, in line with the expressed deter
mination of the Domocraey to ignore
the business interests nnd the work
ing people of the country.
The objectionable feature of tho
bill, Mr Mdvinley said, was tho sub
stitution of ud valorem for specific
duties. That alone ought to defeat
the entire measure.
Tho ad valorem svrtein, ho said,
rests 11 pou the foreign valuation,
which is hard to determine, and U p.utH
a premium on under vjluutioi, fratidn.
AH the leading nations of the world,
lie declared, hm abandoned the nil
valorem system t levying tariff Oil
ties, for the roasou that tho valuation
Is mudu thousands of miles from the
port of entry nnd win never be tic
He minted tho lio Secretary Man.
ning us having said that false Invrftleoti,
undervaluation und like dishonesty
are Inherent In the ud vnlorcin system,
und he was certain that such frauds
would become more prevalent under
it Ho also tpiotcd Henry Clay us,
sayim? that If ho could Ux the value
he did not care what the ad valorem
Governor McKinlcy saM tho now
bill would not pass tho protection
wing of the Democratic party, but he
would not vonture u prediction us to
its chauco of passing the house.
CALL FOR A CONVENTION.
Knusas 1'nriuera' Allluncu to Asteiubl
Tovkka, Kan., Nov. 28. A call for
the sixth annual convention of tho
Farmers' Alliance and Industrial
union of Kar.sas has been issued by
the secretary, J. 11. French, for De
cember 0. The representation will be
one delegate for every county in tho
state and one delegate for every 2,000
members or fraction thereof, in good
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