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VOLUME VI.
Cjjarlts Citn ^fntcllijcnttr
IS PraUMKD ITUT Tm WMT
Bt
A. B. F. IlILDRETH,
KOITNFC AFCTOFBOI'IIIKTOB.
WW??, f2,00
f«r
A YEAR, IN* APlWSTE.
OFFICE IN THE INTELLIGENCER BUILDING
»K\» k or
MILL AlfD KF.T.I.Y STHKETH,
i»rrifrm rv• 1:1 u.
Ckarlec City, Floyd County, Iowa.
Any pmnn In ing flvo witwrilirrn, ami rnrWariliM
th* ni"it"y. sh.-ill Ih lurni-lpnl Willi a rt»|ifr of the liitclll-
r»nrr
ihi- centre so Irihf as tin- hnhilxr rlwl! Iw
'ft f'Hvi.
Hnnnovii pm-ljitainf iKo |a]rr can triinsnrlei
With llir l*ulli«hiT ntir itay tlx- liflfcr of |*i:hlt ntum
CuiuiitiwtiMli4ii m.-iv itx- ktlihir, wlift
Wlllproaifitl ami faithfully re-|«tui i tktu,
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®. Itfllllgrr. R.i
G. kU.
O. BEIXICKIt,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
And Solicitors in Cknnrrry,
Dealers in Ileal Estate, Exclianj»«f Jbc.
ritARLn CITT, rWIYD COI'STT, IOWA.
|Wiliati—totnami.l prscMae hi Um cwrln of the
Miinlif aC
*l»y«lt
Bull.r. W«»rth,
"hi kamiw, Fianklin, Mitrlivll.
IIJrfnu'T. Ct n (i.tnlo, Howard.
Ami in tli« Smjrt iiu- Court of lown.
Information HIHI piotl leferoiut-H MILL IH
fhorrfullv irivt n on 33tf
STAKIl k PATTERSON,
[ittorruijs 4" Counsellors al Law,
•MIAHLES CITT, LOY II Cd IOWA.
Will prM tkf in Nortlwrn low* ami
h«othern MinncmitA. rartWulur attention
j»»M to collwtion*. paying t»*ea. convejr-»
fincing, anl fuiniithini al*tr»it# of title otf
iikIK. I tflici' «iM-r Slum' Store. l\"51y
B. F. JONES,
ttomcy at Law, Notary Public, and
of /kr»/*fur loirii.
Titles Fs:iini«i iY l'niil. ('oll^'tloB*
nuwle iiii'l jiim|itly nmittwl.
Alao, I'ulilichiT ^Miinit*"ta'wurkr."
oni.. '-^*.1'
Audit*. -V'
Januarv 1, ir61
A. B. SAW Y KB,
Wafrliinakrr
a n w a
AT TIIR
CITY jr.w h.u STORE,
MIAHI.M CITT FLO
ID (111 KTT, IOWA.
N B. Watchea, Clocka anil Jewelry re
air -1 in ti|»-top ntjrk'. 421
H. W. M'NAliB,
(Hneetmor to Wright & Brotker,)
UKTAII. DF.AI.KR
'ArTH-r Clark
IH
"irocerics, Iry ]otg & Shoe*,
CROCKKHY, &.c.
A
Mill mim i-, i IIAI!IS (TTY, MVA.
J. W. SMITH, M. D.,
r.ci.rcTic
PHYSICIAN AM) STRGEOX,
ClfAaLBK CITT, FU)VI»eO., IOWA.
ffi« eat the Drnjr & IUM»k St«»re, on Mill 8t»
-lteni«lence,uear the School
A. B. F. HILDRETH, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR.
fm l'-n*
I *lt
1«| 11
14 at

IK I 3|
oil
?5 I ftft
•TA AO
Ml
00
lu no
11 so
ii«Mi
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Column.
Column.
8 00 I
1 ^liimn. TV no
JViBNTS MiH T1IK IVTr.ll k.tsfn
ttf S. *. t»rr»WMjm. Co.. Wws|wprr .\triTti*lnR
Afent*. X« 11# N»wan Sr.n, .New York. RIHI lSHtatr
tre*«. tt»-iiu.'
litis
!n»-s« e.iril* »f flv Ittio* or I*-** »ill be Inserted in
thi» coltmtii f«»r $.'.00 per annum. Fnr sack iMIUM
I lia*. tier ivr,our dollar will br ch«rg«l.
IIOIMMS.
A.B. F. HILDRETlt,
[Notary Public k Convey
CHAltl.KS
CITY,
Floyd County.
Iowa.
SMITH k ATKINSON,
RIF.IT.RNV IN*
DRUGS, HOOKS,
STA TMX Kit V.
News/tapers, Magazines, fyc. fa.
CHARLES CITY, IOWA.
MOM
Ml
Mill Street, near the Mill.
1
JAS. JACKSON,
ARCHITECT & BUILDER,
CHAKLM CITY, IOWA.
Is
prepared to execute in a neat and tastjr
maner, Ground Plans. Elevations IVrsp«-ctive
Views and all other kind* of Architectural
Drawings.
Original denigimfor Dwellingi and Public
Buildinf» fiirnisln-d at reasonable rateR.
ltiiiMiii).'scoiiti aetcdfoi or put iipliv the
day.
LeMons.'i ven in Architectural draughting.
t. L.
BR0WER,
TF.AI.R.B
IN
DRUGS, GHOCEK1ES, OILS,
Paintii, Varnishes, Nails, Ac.,
•Rear the M. tJu iroi Feny I-tndinir and tbe
Milw«uk.-. and Mississippi lUilroud lep4,
PHAIKIK CHIKM, WmONHJI.
A|ril M, 1H.VJ. lttyl
STIMSON'S HOTEIJ,
KKfM or BAST WATER DETROIT STEKCTf,
Mil. W.
11 A'EE.
Thin
House is loeated in th husincstf |iart
AS received direct from the Importers
MATS OX k LOOM IS,
IMPORTERS AXD MAXH-ACTVRERM^
Ami Wlmknale HIHI llcla'L lKtilen in
Fine \A ati-hcs, Clocks, Jewelry,
Nlvcr and Plated Ware, spectacles,
V atch Materials, Tools, kc.
No. l!)4 East Water Street,
MILWAIKEE,
KKV CITY HOI 8B,
llius* $c Jones, Proprietore,
Corner Main ami Third Slreeti,
Irm"yl"E. IOWA.
H. RVPSEIjL,
MASIT VITTHKH A*l»
WlKilwale ami ltctail tiealcr lfc
Clothing, Cloth, TrimniftlgB,
FCltNISHLVG GOODS,
No. 204 Kast Water 8treet,
Milwaukee, Wis.
I i A I A
l'ERPOXS,
WIUil.KiAt.lt ft RKTAIt lF.AI.F.R)» l!f
China, Karthern k Glass Ware,
sn.VKi: r/.ATKi
Cut!»-ry. .Injiannol Ware, I/mkint Glawoit,
ft'itunnia Wnr». Oao Kixtim*, I.'unpa, SLC.
166 East Water Street,
nr.Ai.ni is
Fashionalile Millinery Goods,
Whotrmfr tmd RrtmI,
No.
18
Whrunain Stiwt. Milwuiltea.
O. C. CONE,
Dealer in Hardware, Iron,
Nails, Are., &c.,
McGr ej?ir,
Clayton County,
Imm.
CITY HOTEU
(Vnner Clark and Mill Stiecta,
CHARI.KS CITY, FLOYD CO., IOWA.
C. H. HASKELL, Prnprlrt«r»
A targe ami ronvi-nii-nt StnMo in rnoMCted
vitk thr IHMIW. l*rkt-K witfi Ike HIM.
J. II. STOLLE,
•CALEB 1ST ALL KUIM OF
FAMILY 0R0CERIE8,
CharleK City, Floyd Co., Iowa.
REl'BEN Y. CORY,
[SiKu«Kor to II. 8. Cook,]
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
GROCERIES, CROCKER}', I'liV VIVIOXS,
Hoots
and Shorn, l'aints ami Oil*,
Windtiw CiUuw. \c., &c.,
MAiX STitwr N un o/!, low
a.
JIT-AO kimU of Farmcni' Produce Iwagiit,
McfiREOOR HOrSE,
Main Street, Xear I^vee,
McOregor, Clayton Co., Iowa,
W. A. Durham, Proprietor.
General Hinge Office.
SHERMAN HOUSE,
Waterloo, l'»la khawk County, Ic
H. S1IEUMAN, Proprietor.
Located in the luisim** portion of the ton.
The CSeneral Sta^e Ortkx» i« at this House.
Free omnihuK to and from the can.
A. B. VAN COTT,
ISMRN AXD MANT RAITRAU or
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
MASONIC
No.
JEWELS.
g/LVER AX/ Vl.ATEh UARR, ETC
Cor. Iuut Water and Wisconsin Sts.,
NII WAt KH:, WIMOX«X.
Watdi Tool* and Materials of every descrip
tion. Htf
J. S. CHURCH,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
AND GENERAL LAND AGENT,
Jf«M»
City, Cerro (JordoCimmly,....
JOHN RICE,
WHOLSHALK
DRT7 O GIST,
AXD DEALER IX
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Pyestaffs am
D'
Window ilas8,
83
of
the City, convenient to the Cars and P«atS.
|g)" Omnibus and lU^a^o Wajjon always
on hand to convey l'ns« ii^eis and IVagpiKe to
tad fniu the Boats and
CAT*
free of charge.
W. A. GILES,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
MCGREGOR, lOHA
a
valuable stock of'tluld and Silver Hunt
T-TT" A* 1
Injf and ojH-ii-tac»?l
VATC1IKS,
logetlier with a good assortment of
CI icks, Diamonds and Jewelry,
rr all of the latent style* and pattvras.
(peiiregor, Kepi. 24, 185V. 89tf
0. B. HARRIMAN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
MARBLE UOCK, FLOYD
cm*NT\r,
W00LLEY. 4
Ea*t Watrr Street, Mil vault ft,
WISCONSIN.
E,:W» HUNT
k CQn
JOBBKM 0V
Ready Made Clothing,
CIAITHS, CASSlMKliiy, VHST1NOS,
TAlUtfte' TRIMMING AM KXKUU.U «U0U8.
—CHAMHERS—
ts and S5 Lake Street, Chicago. 14ml
American Hotel,
MAIN STREET, MGRF.COR, IOWA,
WM. H. IIARP1X0, rBOt'RtKTOB.
JOHN FURLONG & SON,
WHOI.KSAI.B
Grocers and Commission Merchants
V47
K««t Water SI.. Milwaukee, Wh.
From our Ion (standing and fai ilities ft
dotImsinesii. we are prepared to sell Gro­
ceries a« low an nnv other Hotwe in the Weal.
JOHN Fl'ltUNU & SON
Milwaukee,
April
of
IOWA.
Qjftke, over Koteukran'g Store.
8NYDKB,
20, ltUV.i.
A. K. EATON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OSAOr, MtTCIIEI.I. COt'NTY, IOWA.
Will practice iu all of the different Coarts
this
State. 2 30tf
A. B, P. HILDRETH,
General Land Ajrcnt,
CIIARLCri CITV, FLOVD CO TOWA,
Will atteud to buying, neltiag and »elccting
lando on uomuiiofciou. Town lota bought and
sold, money loaned, and the buMiteiig «f iim-
vt
J1TY IL0VD 001 XTV IOWA.
Plows made and repaitetl»
yam ing and jiaynunt of tax** promptly at
tended to. rri
ends at the East, ati well as iu
thi* SLvte, are ropiested to make application
t*4Hf A#sarjf. SslisftwUny ritrrinmn (jiveu.
PENSIONS AND BOUNTY LAN#.
A. B. F. HILDRETH,
PEA'S fox k awry !\.m
I^Malalia
WIS.
11H-
IW. WF,
Ctl AH LRU CITT, FLOYD CWXTY, IOWA.
ProfnrH Ibr Wnnntlril nurt INn«
Molrilrra of tin* PiT^fiil War,
Willows IUHI ni j.LIIIN 4'!iiltlrf*n of tlhw vrho
hnxi' liti| or Im-cii killc! wliile in wivice.
AI*o, lbiiinty Morifjr uml Arrears of »y for
the willows or otlior h« iiH of (It'ctiuntl sol
tlicrx.
wiilowH, or if no willows, the cliiMrcn nn
ler cistern yoirs of ngc.of iftiotTs ami soliliera
of the jni^-nt or any fir«-riom« war, who hare
•Ik1*! or hem killi-il while jo the mjrvicc, are
entitliil to Hnlf-|av Pension*.
All otHccrs ami soltlit-i-s who arc »li.*ili|iil liy
hna*iii ot wonmls reccivtil or iliseasi' coiitnu't
o«l while in the service nnl in tli• line of iluty
anil soldier, at uny period, urc entitled to In
valid Pensions.
llie heirs of all Roldiors who hare volun
teered during the prewnt war, nnl have died
or lieen killiil in the service, are entitled to
one hnmlivd dollars IW nnty Money, and mich
arreaia of the Koldicr'x pjiy iuf may have ic*
CTned to tlii' date of hi* death.
'I lie undersigned will he pleased to corres
pond with those who defire to engage in ob
talnK thm* claims.
Churln CHy,
MII.WAl KRE.
MRS. H. M. DUNN,
A. n. F. HILDRETH.
A*. 30, 18f»l.
INTELLIGENCER
I'.ooK AM)
JOB FJMNTIKG
ESTABLISHMENT,
Jntflligraccr ^uilbing,
orrusn-K TH PI:BI.IC NGI ANR,
or
MILL AND Klif.LY STltKiri-S,
Charles City, Floyd Connty, Iowa.
Thl i~ tT,.
I ami m'it eiifralt\ ln. ated
O U S E
IN NORTHERN IOWA.
It ha* Itcrn nrenll\ titted up with An exten
liv« aesortmcnt of all the later and more ap
proved styles of
|ob printing Ulattrials,
sn
as
T\'PI!S, Rt'LF-S, HOIinr.RS,
and other fixtures cali-nlnted cxpn scly for the
execution of all kinds of Job l'i intuit reqnlrrd
in this section of country. The materials are
nil new ami tieli^U-d with great aire from the
unrivalled foundry of
JAMKM CONNKE
& Sox,
Sew York, whence frequent additions will be
made.
It will lie the aiuliition of the proprietor that
tlii* Prill tin i: House shall
IK-
KAMI)
distiu^uiohctl for
the four great
features
of
tViltCeiNESH,
ftKATNEW,
•id OKHFATCM.
lMnriiiii/rw,
Qmasit. u «J.CA f. .dfiuvisass,
I U A S
BILL AND LETTER HEADS,
Ijaw BlanU.**
«J A D:^
BLANK NOTES, TAX RECEIPTS,
,1 -T "i
J. w
Awl many other varieties of Job l*iinting
eeuted in the hi^h*t style of the art.
UM
SULWRILICR cluUlenges eosapetlUos la the
use of
PLAIN INK*,
VAItY COLOUR,
COM HI V ATIOWM.
and HUONMESt
While in all the miuor-si*el and more deliiute
ntylea of work, hi* execution of printing in
Caold and Mivt Colors,
0b Sitin, ila/.ed and 'olored Pa|H'rsiiiid I aixln,
is uiic»jnalled in Neatiiew and P.rilliaiiey.
Entrust your Orders to
IH-iTonuaiir*- or ev« i- Job.
AU. OUb£JtS 11V MAIL OK Kxrucss,
Promptly att ude«l to.
A. &
I.
J7ew Books!
AT T11 K
Charles City Book Store,
1NTI»LI.H
k.Si'l U III ILIHMi.
A. B. F. HILDRETH
mid
Itiyl
of
AS latelx received a lartrc supply
New Books, Stationery, &c..
which he oflerbtor ijale at the lowest
jmwtlble
prices for cash. His atoek embraces a large
variety of
Miscellaneous Books,
Pol IMS
by nearly all tl»e celebrated English and Ainer
can authors, wnue of them put up iu elegaut
i11 liimlin^s many
Beautiful Gift Books,
for the Holidays.
SCHOOL HOOKR,
such as McGulTy'«« series of lie ul rs, Meiiuffy's
and
Wclfclef'ii Spellers, lUy's Arithmetic, Piu
oo's
Wells' Grammars. Miti hell's
IV Bed fqxr far Arcktttdi,
lit rffiiliri.
and
Smith'M Geographic*, State*, Pencils, Ac.
Maynard & Noyc's bent lllack Writing Ink
Copying Ink, lV-ns, Pen Holders, Waters Ac.
Charles City,
fuiui-li.-.i in \\i ki v- ,iii. 'i- i $• i y.ir.IlM
Architects' and Mechaiiln'
O i N A
For
all
Interested iu ISuildin^ Opera
tiona in Town and Country.
THE
only j«i(H'rs of the kiml which in pub
lishel regularly every week Elite* by
C^c Jittclligcitffr.
OFFTCTAL.
LAWS OF
THE UNITED
STATEf,
*1 tlM Mrromt Ntanloii of the Thirty*
il'Triith CongTMi.
[PCBMC—Xo. 134.]
AF ACT increasing, temporarily, the
duties on imports, and for other
purposes.
lit it etuirfrti h,/ Ih, S.'ttalr and Ilwf of Rqnrt
Mutato r* of the r„itrt Stn'r* of
Aw.ymi'i
in I Ui•
ifrrm nwinHnf, That from and after the first
day of August, nuno Domini eighteen
hundred and sixty-two, in lieu of the
duties heretofore imposed by law on
the articles hereinafter mentioned
there shall l»c levied, collected, and
paid, on the goods, wares, and mer
chandise, herein enumerated and pro
vided for, imported from foreign conn
tries, the following duties and rates
of duty, that is to say
On sirup of sugar, or of sugar
cane, or concentrated molasses, or
concentratcd meludo, two cents per
pound
On all sngar not above number
twelve, Dutch standard in color, two
ami one-half cents per pound
On all sngar above number twelve,
and
not above number fifteen, Dutch
standard iu color, three cctits per
pound
On all sngar above number fifteen,
not stove dried, and not above num
ber twenty Dutch standard in color,
three ami one-half cents per pound
On nil refined sugar in form of loaf,
lamp, crushed, powdered, pulver
ised, or granulated, and all stove
dried or other sugar above number
twenty Dutch standard in color, four
cents per pound rroritled, That the
standards by which the colors and
grades of sugars are to bo regulated
shall be selected and furnished to the
collectors or such poits of entry as
may be necessary, by the Secretary
of the Treasury, from time to time
•nd in such manner as bo may deem
expedient
On sugar candy not colored, six
cents per pound on all other con
fectionery, made wholly or in part of
sugar, and on sugars, after being re
fined, when tinctured, colored, or in
any way adulterated, ten ceuts per
pound
On molasses, six cents per gallon
Proridnl, That all sirups of sugar or
sugar cane, conccntrated molasses, or
concentrated melado, entered under
tlie name of molasses or any other
name than sirup of sugar, or of su
gar cam', concentrated molasses, or
concentrated melado, shall he liable
to forfeiture to the roiled Slates, and
the same shall be forfeited
On cigars oT all kinds, valncd at
five dollars or less per thousand, thir
ty-five cents per pound valued at
over five dollars and not over ten
dollars per thousand, sixty cents per
pound valued nt over ten and not
over twenty dollars per thousand, one
dollar per pound and in addition
thereto on all cigars valued at over
ten dollars per thousand, ten |er cen
tum ad valorem J'roviled, That pa
per cigars, or cigarettes, including
wrappers, shall be subject to the same
duties imposed on cigars
On snuff, thirty-five cents per pound
On tobacco, iu leaf, unmanufactur
ed and not stemmed, twenty-fiveccnts
per pound
On stemmed, and tobacco manu
factured of all descriptions, not oth
erwise provided fur, thirty-live cents
per pound
SEC.
Me.
Minute attention is fjivcii to every order, near
AV far, ami the
SOHAL »I PK.HINTK*DE»CK
Of UM Proprietor guarautm the fidthAd
HILDRETH,
PSOI'KICTOS.
2. And bt it farther enacted, That
from and after the day and year afore
said, in addition to the duties hereto
fore imposed by law, on the articles
hereinafter mentioned, and included
ill this section, tliy»e shall be levied,
collected, and paid, on the goods,
wares, and merchandise herein enu
merated and provided for, imported
from foreign countries, the fullowiug
duties and rates of duty, that is to
say
On brandy, for first proof, twenty
five cents per gallon
On other spirits, manufactured or
distilled from grain or other materials,
Cur first proof, fifty cents per gallon
(hi
cordials, and li]inis of
all kinds
Slid
arrack, absyuthe, kirschcuwasscr,
ratafia, and other similar spirituous
beverages not otherwise provided for,
twenty-live
cents per gallou
On bay ruui, twenty-five cents pmr
gallon
Ou ale, porter, and beer, iu bottles,
or otherwise, five cents |ier gallon
Oil all spiiiluoiis liquors not other
wise enumerated, sixteen and two
thirds per centum ad valorem l'ii
titled, That no lower rate or amount of
duty shall be levied, collected, and
paid, on brandy, spirits, and all otlici
spirituous beverages, than that fixed
by law for the description of lirst
proof, but shall bo incieased in pro
portion for any greater strength than
the strength of first proof: lm/ pro
ridtd J'urtAft, That bottles containing
wines subject to ud valorem duties
shall be liable to aud pay the same
rate of duty aa that fixed upou the
wines therein contained.
SKC.
the liest. professional aud practical talent, and Comprising flats uot less than one inch
iiiustiutcd every week with aitistic illustra- or more than seven inches wide, nor
tiows, iw well aa woi king details ill building
'A. And bt- it further enacted, Thai
fiuiii and after the day and year afore
said, in addition ho the duties hereto
fore imposed by law ou the articles
hereinafter mentioned and included iu
this section, there
shall
be levied,
Col­
lected and paid, ou the goods, wares,
ami merchandise, herein enumerated
aud provided for, imported from for
eign countries, the following duties
and rates of duty, that is to say
On bar iron, rolled or hammered,
c8sl
and carpi utrv, ot great value. Sample copy i ., i ,i. .L ... ..,.,1
bent tree to any addi s, I he publishers. 'note than two ii.el.es thick lounds
4-
1
(J,.,,, ,„ .,,, ter of an inch oi
& co. [uot lead tliAu ouc-UtUi au mcu not
Mtcsttoi) tljc Course of tfmprrc talus its ot'lan."
CHAKLES CITY, FLOYD COUNTY, IOWA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMTHvR 25, 1802.
On all iron imported in bars for
railroads and inclined planes made to
patterns and fitted to be laid down on
such roads or planes without further
manufacture, one dollar aud fifty
cents per too
On boiler or other plate Iroo, five
dollars per ton
On iron wire, drawn and finished,
not more than oue-fonrth of an inch
teen, wire gauge, one dollar per one
hundred pounds over number sixteen
and not over number twenty-five, wire
guage, one dollar and fifty cents per
one hundred pounds over or'finer
than number twenty-five, wire gnage,
two dollars per one hundred pounds
Provided,
That wire covered with cot­
ton, silk, or other material, shall pay
five cent8 per pound iu additiuu to the
foregoing rates
On hollow ware, gtazed or tinned,
one half cent per pound
On sadirons, tailor's aud hatter's
irons, stoves, and stove plates, one
fourth of one cent per pound
On baud and hoop iron and slit rods,
and all other descriptions of rolled or
hammered iron, not otherwise provi
ded for, five dollars per ton
On cut nails and spikes, one-fourth
of
OIK
cent per pound
On iron cables or cable chains, or
parts thereof, seveiity-fivo cents per
one hundred pounds
Ou wrought board nails, spikes,
rivets, bolts, bed-screws, and wrought
hinges, one lour ill of one eeut per
pound
Ou chains, trsco chains, baiter
chains, and fence chains, made of wire
or rds, not under ouc-fourlh of one
cent per pound tinder one-fourth of
one inch iu diameter and not under
number nine, wire guage, one half of
one cent per pound under number
nine, wire guage, five per ccutum ad
valorem
Ou blacksmith'*, hammers, and
sledges, and axles, or parts thereof,
one-half of one cent per pound
On horseshoe nails, one cent per
pound
On steam, gas, and water tubes,
aud flues of wrought iron, one-fourth
of one cent per pound
On wrought iron railroad cliairs,
and wrought iron nuts and washers,
ready punched, five dollars per ton
Ou smooth or polished sheet iron,
by whatever name designated, one
half cent per pouud
On sheet iron, common or black,
not thinner than number twenty, wire
guage, three dollars per ton thinner
than number twenty, and not thinner
than number twenty-live, wire gnage,
four dollars per tou thinner than
number twenty five, wire guage, five
dollars per ton
On tin plates galvanized, galvan
ized iron, or iron coated with any me
tal by electric batteries, one-hall' cent
per pound
Ou locomotive tire, or parts thereof
one cent per pouud
On mill-irons, and mill cranks of
wrought iron, aud wrought iron for
ships, steam engines, and locomo
tives, or paits thereof, weighing each
twcuty-fivc pounds or mure, one-fourth
of one cent per pound
On screws, commonly called wood
screws, one cent and a hall per pound
On screws, washed or plated, and
ull other screws of iron, except wood
screws, five per centum ad valorem
On all manufactures of iron, not
otherwise provided for, Gvc per cen
tum ad valorem
On cast iron, steam, gas, and water
pipes, twenty five ccnts per one hun
dred pounds tin alt oilier castings of
iron, not otherwise provided for, nor
exempted from duty, live per centum
ad valorem ProrirM, That the fol
lowing descriptions of iron, manufac
tures of iron, and manufactures of
steel, shall not be subject to any ad
ditional duty or rates of duty under
the provisions of this act, that ia to
say iron iu pigs cast iron butts
aud hinges old scrap iron mallea
ble iron and malleable iron castings,
not otherwise provided for cut tacks,
brails, ami sprigs cross-cut, mill,
pit, and drag saws
On steel ingots, bars, sheets, or
wire, not less than one-fourth of an
inch in diameter, valued at seven
coaits per pound or less, one-fourth ol
one cent |ter pound valued at above
seven cents per pouud aud uot above
eleveu ceuts per pound, one-half cent
per pound valued above eleven
cents per pound, and on steel wire aud
steel in any form, not otherwise pro
vided for, five per centum «d valo
rem
On skates valued at twenty cents
or less per pair, two cents per pair
when valued al over twenty ccnts per
pair, five per centum ad valorem
Ou iron squares, marked ou ono
side, two cents and a half cents per
pound on all oiher squares made
of iron or steel, live cents per pound
On lileij, rasps, and floats, of al
descriptions, two cents per pound,
and, in addition thereto, five per cen
tum ad valorem
0u all uuuulagturcs of steed, or of
which stool shall
nmri than four inclies in diameter
and squares not leas than in-|ia!f an
ineh nor more than four inches square, centum nd valorem:
fxit exceeding in value the sum of no allowance or reduction of duties
fifty dollars per ton, two dollars per fur partial loss or damage shall hejherc-
e
ton exceeding in value the sum of
fifty dollars per ton, tlnve dollars r«
ton
1
On bar iron, totted or hammered,
Comprising flats less than oiie-ijuar
ter of an inch thick or more than sev
en inches wide, rounds Itfi than one
ilf an inch or more than four inches
In diameter, and squres less than one
half an inch or mote than four inches,
square, five dollars per ton
IK*
:I
eomtntncnt
put
t,
not etherAviso provided forf five per
Prvrithd,
That
alter made in eonsripienec rust of
iron or steel, or upon the manofac-j
tures of iron or steel, except on pol
ished linssin sheet iron
On bit umiuous coal, ten cents per
ton of twenty-eight bushels, eighty'
pounds to the bused on all other i
coal, ten cents per ton of twenty
eight bushels, eighty pounds to the
I ushel
On coke and culm of coal, fire per
centum ad valorem.
SKC.
4.
And he it further evafled,
That
from and after the day and year afore
said, in addition to
the duties hereto­
in diameter nor less than number pix- from foreign countries, the fullowiug five ceuts per gallon salad, fifty
duties and rates of duty, that is to
sav
On zinc, spelter, and tcutenc^ue,
unmanufactured, iu blocks
or
twenty-five cctits
Jjkc. 5.
Providid,
That
no chains made of wire or rods of a
diameter less than one-half of one
im "i .sii ill be considered a chain cable
On anvils, one dollar per one hun
dred pounds
Ou anchors, or parts thereof, fifty
cents per one hundred pounds
Barytes and sulphate of barjtes,
five mills per pound
Burning fluid, fifty cents per gallon
Bitter apples, eolocynth, or culo
quintida, ten cents per poui
Borax, crude or tincal, live cents
per pouud rcfiued, ten ceuts per
pound
fore imposed by law on the articles cents per pound bay or laurel, twen
hereinaftcr mentioned and included tv cents per pound castor, fifty ccnts
in this section, there shall be levied, pet gallon mace, fifty cents per
collected, and paid, on the goods, pound olive, not salad, twenty-five
wares, and merchandise herein enu- cents per gallon salad, fifty ccnts
merated and provided for, imported. gallon mustard, not salad, twenty-
On copper rods, bolts, nails, sprkes, fifty cents per pound almonds, one
copper bottoms, copper in sheets and
plates, called brazier's copper, and
other sheets and manufactures of cop
per, not otherwise provided for, live
per centum ad valorem
pigs,
per one
hundred
pounds
On zinc, spelter, and tcutenegue,
On brass, in bars or pigs, and old
brass, fit only to be rc-mauufactcred,
five per centum ad valorem.
Acid, boracic, live cents per pound
citric, ten ccnts per pound oxalic,
four ccnts per pound sulphuric, one
ccnt per pound tartaric, twenty
ceuts per pound gallic, fifty ceuts
per pound tannic, twenty-live cents
per pound
Alum, patent alum, alum substitute,
sulphate of alumina, and aluminous
cake, sixty cent* per On* hundred
pounds
Argols, or crude tartar, six ccnts
per pound cream tartar, ten ccnts
per pound
Asphaltum, three ccnts per pound
Halsam eopaiva, twenty cents per
pound Peruvian, fifty cents per
pouud tolu, thirty cents per pound
Blanc fixe, enamelled white, satin
white, or any combination of barytes
and acid, two cents and a half per
pound
in sheets, one-half of cent per pound, citronclla, fifty ccnts per pound cog
On lend, in pipes, and shot, tluuc
fourths of one cent per pound
And be it fur tin enacted,
That
from and after the day aud year afore
said, tu lieu of the duties heretofore
imposed by law on the articles here
inafter mentioned, and on such as
may now be exempt from duty, there
shall be levied, collected, aud paid,
on the goods, wares, aud merchan
dise, enumerated and provided for in
this section, imported from foreign
countries, the fullowiug duties aud
rates of duty, that is to say
Borate of lime, five cents per pound
Buchu leaves, ten cents per pound
Camphor, crude, thirty cents per cents per pound
pouud refined, forty cents per pound
t'antharides, fifty cents per pouud
Cloves, fifteen ccnts per pound
cassia, fifteen cents per pound cas-
sia buds, twenty cents per pouud
Coculus Iudicaa, ten cents
pouud
Cuttlo fish bone, five cents
pound
Cubebs, ten ccnts per pound
F.psoin salts, ono cent per pound
glunber salts, five mills per pouud
Koehelle salts, fifteen ccnts per p.mud
cinnamon, twenty-five ceuts per pound, cummin, five cents per pound
Cayenne pepper,^ twelve cents per
pountl ground, fifteen cents per „t,i,
pound black pepper, twelve ceuts
per pound ground, fifteen cents per
pound white pepper, twelve cents
per pouud ground, liftecu cents per
pound
Fruit ethers, essences or oils of ap
ple, pear, peach, apricot, strawberry,
and raspberry, made of fusil oil or of
mineral blue, Prussian blue, chrome
yellow, roso pink, extract ol
resin or analine colors, Dutch
pink, and paints, and paii.tor's
colors, except white aud red
lead and oxide of zinc,) dry or ground
in oil, and moist water colors, used
in the manufacture of paper hangings,
aud colored papers aud cards, not oth
erwise provided for, twenty-five per
centum ad valorem ginger root, tive
cents per pound ginger grouud,
eight cents per pound
•Talap, fifty cents per pound
Licorice root, one cent per pound
paste or juice, five cents per pound
Litharge, two and one-fourth cents
pound
Magnesia, carbonate, six cents per
pound calcined, twelve ccnts per
pound
M.-inna, twenty-five cents per pound
Nitrate of soda, one cent per pound
Morphine and its salts, two dollars
per ounce mrtco aud nutmeg, thirty
cents per pound
Ochres and ochrey earths, not oth
erwise provided for, when dry, fifty
ccnts per one hundred pounds when
ground in oil, onr* dollar and fifty
cents per one hundred pounds
Oils, fixed or expressed, croton. fif
ty cents per pound almonds, ten
cents per gallon
Oils, essential or essence, anise,
dollar and fifty cents per pound am
ber, crude, ten cents per pound rec
tified, twenty ccnts per pound bay
leaves, seventeen dollars and fifty
cents per pound bergamot, one dol
lar per pound cajeput, twenty-five
cents per pound caraway, fifty cents
per pouud cassia, one dollar per
pound cinnamon, two dollars per
pound cloves, one dollar per pound
nac or (cnanthic ether, two dollars
per ounce cubchs, one dollar per
pound fennel, fifty cents per pound
juniper, twenty-five cents per pound
lemons, fifty cents per pound orange,
fifty cents per pound origanum, or
red tl3-me, twenty-five cents per
pound roses, or otto, one dollar aud
fifty cents per ounce thyme, white,
thirty cents per pound valerian, one
dollar and fifty cents per pouud all
other essential oils, not otherwise pro
vided for, fifty per centum ad valo
rem
Opium, two dollars per pound
Opium prepared for smoking, eigh
ty per MMituni ad valorem
Parafline, ten ccnts per pound
Paris white, when dry, sixty cents pet
one hundred pounds when ground
iu oil, one dollar aud fifty ccnts
per one hundred pounds
Pimento, twelve cents per pound
when ground, fifteen cents pouud
Potash, bichromate, three ccnts per
pound hydriodate, iodate, iodide,
and acetate, seventy-five ceuts per
pound prussiate, yellow, five cents
per pounA prussiate, red, te-.i cents
per pound chlorate, six ceuts per
pound
Petroleum and coal illuminating oil,
crude, ten ccnts per gallon refined,
or kerosene, produced from the distil
lation of coal, asphaltum, shale, peat,
petroleum, or rock oil, or other bitu
minous substances, used for like pur
poses, twenty ccnts per gallon
Putty, one dollar ami fifty ccnts
per one hundred pounds
Quinine, sulphates of, aud other
salts of quinine, forty
.fire per centum
ad valorem
lthubarb, fifty cents per pound
Rose leaves, fifty cents per pound
Rtim, essence or oil, and bay rum
essence or oil, two dollars per ounce
Saltpetre, or nitrate of potash, crude
two cents per pound
refiued, three
t.cds,
Bj.ir
fruit, or imitations thereof, two dol- oil, one dollar and fifty cents per one
lars and fifty cents per pound hundred pounds
French green, Paris green, mineral Aivtous, lx-nzoic, muriatic, and pyroligue
irrecn. carmine lake, wood lake, dry i ons acids, mtch, or catechu, orchil and cud
carmine, Venetian red, Vermillion, I •Mumat and suuiac, tea per centum ad-
On gold leaf, one dollar and fifty
ceuts per package of five hundred
leaves on silver Icuf, seventy-five
ccnts per package of five hundred
leaves
liuin aloes, six ccnts per pound
benzoin, ton cents per pound sanda
rac, ten cents per pound shellac,
ti n cents per pound mastic, fifty
cents per pound copal, kowrie, da
mar, and all gums used for liky pur
poses, ten cents per pound
Honey, fifteen ceuts per gallo|||
Iodine, crude, fifty cents per pounff:
re8ublimed, seventy-five ccnts per
pound
Ipecacuanha, or ipecac, fifty ceuts
per pouud
anise, five cents per pound
anise, ten cents per pound ca-
n ouc u
|i
ar pcl
polin
,i
8 ca
onil
CU|ial„|tM.|
per
9*K
lragou's blood, ten cents per pound
Emery, ore or rock, six dollars per
ton manufactured, ground, ul pul
verized, one 'lit nmd
Krgot, twenty cents per pound
Antimony,
bushel of sixty
raway, three cents per
,j cardanton, fifty cents per
three cents per pound f«n-
xvo
cents per pound fe[n]u
per po
greek, two cents per pound hemp,
otic-half cent per pound mustard,
brown, three cents per pound white,
three ccnts per pound rape, one ccnt
per pound castor seeds or beans,
thirty cents per bushel
Sugar of lead, four cents per pound
Tartar cmctic, fifteen cents per
pound
Varnish, valued at one dollar aud
ce
„t
a
ct nts
or less per gallon, fifty
p^,- gallon, and twenty per ceu-
per g:i
turn ad valorem valued at above one
dollar fifty cents per gallon, fifty
cents per gallon, and twenty-five per
centum ad valorem
Vanilla beans, threo dollars par
per pound
Verdigris, six ccnts per pound
Whiting, when dry, fifty centa per
one hundred pounds when ground in
valoU-m
Arscuic in all fovins, ammouia, and sulphate
and caiboiuue of ammonia haik. cinchona,
Peruvian. I.ima, Calisya, quilla.and all other
medicinal Iwtks. Howeis, leaven, plants, roots
and seeds, not oibeiwise piovidcd foi ctiUil.
aud oxide of cobalt guius, amber, Arabic,
jedda, Senegal, tagacanlh, uiyiih, and all
oilic 'iPius ami gum rc.-ius not otheiwise jiio
viiled ibi (|U.wsia VVOIHI smalls s irsapiril
)a tapioca lompia Ivans and sjnniges,
tweii'V M-ntuni ud valoiem lu-etic a«id,
tweiilv-tive ier ceutuui ad valorem
Saiitouiue and glycv ine, thiity i»er centum
ml va'o-.eui
On all pills, powder, tiuctures, troches or
lozenges, sirups, co,dials, bitteis, amxlyius,
Ionics, planless, li.iiiueuts, stdves, ci.itineuts,
jmsic*, ilioos. v\ate s, essences, spirits, oiis, or
«itliei mediciiial preparation* or composiitous,
usotuinendcd io the public us piopiieLuj
lueiiic'iies, or ptepaivd ucionliug some pn
vate on inula or secret ail as ieuie«lies or SIH
c'tiis for ony ilisc.w er diseases or ath-ctioas
whai ever atlect itr the hiunaii or animal body,
tifty per eeuium ad valorem
On all c.-sence.- c.\tiacts, toilet waters, cos
metics, hair oils, ponuules, hair dressings, hair
lesioiatives, hair dyes, both washes, dent.i
lii-es, tiHilh pistes, aromatic cachous, or other
perfumeries or coauicliiH, by whatsoever naiue
or names known, use»l or applied as |eiluuiei
or applications to the hair, mouth, or skin,
tifty per eeut um ad valorem.
Sue. 6. .bid
be it further enacted.
crude
ASSUL'(CTID
Beesu-.ix
lllacking of all descriptions
UuiMing stone of all description*,
wise prov i. lei I for
t-'afoniel
Catsup
Fltx-ka, w.iste or nhoddv
Furs dressed, vvhcu not ou the hkin
Oanu ine
Oinger. preserved, or pickled
Gr«eii turtle}
Grindstones, unwrotight, or
Jajiauncd ware of all
Nickel
Osier or willow, prepared for bosket
use
Ou ancii,jvie», preserved
ceutuui ad valorem
On
uiuioous,
That from
and v.ftcr the day and year aforesaid, iu addi
tioii to »he duties herelolbie imposed by law
ou lite articles hereinafter mentioned, and ou
such may now be exempt urn duly, leie
PRICE, TWO DOLLARS PER AXXUAI.
Philosophical apparatus and instrameals»
Plaster of Paris, when grouud
Quills
Strychnine
Staves for
SBC.
wares and III. I. hail.lis etHun-'.afcd feci, Uia.it.le, and iiMifl'le Ot'all other de
ami provided for in thU Het tion, imported scriptiutia, nototS wUe provided for, in hltick
Iroiu foreign countries, u duty of tea per cea-| rough or wpinred, forty per ceutun* ml vulo
tuni ad valorem, that is to say iein
not other-
Civet-, oil of
Cobult ores
E tiact of indigo extrnct of madder
ex­
tract and decoctions of logwood, AIMI other
dvewoods
Flints, and flint, ground
wrought or fla-
ished
Gutta-percha, unmanufactured
Isinglass or twh glaci
kitols, not otherwise
provided for
I^istiugs, mohair cloth, silk, twist, or other
maiiiif.ic-lure of cloth woven or made in pat
tern* of such size, sha|e and form, or cut in
such inner as In tit slates, slippers,
I loot
s, liootei-s, g.'utcix, and buttons, exclu
sively, not combined witli India-rubber
Mats of c'H-.'iv nut
ilting, china, and other floor
and mats made i Hags, jute, or
matting,
grass
Manufactures of gutta pen-ha
Milk of India-ruliher medicinal prepara
tions not otherwise provided for
Music, priulcd with liues, bound or un
bound
Musical instalment* of all kinds, ami strings
for musical instruments of whipgut or catgut,
and all other stlings of the game material
pipes, hogsheads, or other casks,
Teeth, inanuf.u'ttired
Thread lace and insertings
Woollcu listings.
7.
And ht tl fiirlhrr rnnrtrt,
iron, one fourth ccut per pound
Ou linseed, tla: see*I,
Ou
That, in ad­
dition to the duth's heretofore imposed bv law
ou the articles lier«iiiaftcr mentioned ami pro
vided for in this seetion, there shall lie levied,
collected and |iaid, on the goods, wares, and
merchandise iieiein enumerated, inijiostcd
from foreign countries, the following duties
and rates of duty, that is to say
Ou chocolate aud cocoa prepared, one ccnt
per pound
On coppt-ras, grocn vitriol, or
henip
aced,
spirits of
and rape
seed oil, three cents {icr gallon
Ou saleratus and bicarbonate of soda, one
half cent |K*r ioi:iid
tin caustic soda, one-half cent jer pound
On salt, in sticks, lui ids. other pickages, or
iu bulk, bix ccnts |eroiie hundred IMMUMIS
Ou soap, liuicy. mi'iiUil, hoiiwy, cream,
traiii^pau-iit, and all descriptions of toilet an.I
shaving soap, two cents, pound all other
soup, live pet centum ail valorem
tuipentiue,
live
ueote per
gal­
lou
On sla:ch of all descriptions, one-half ccnt
per pound
Ou wbite arid red lead, dry or ground in oil,
tiitccn ceuts per one bundled pounds
Ou u:.ide of /.'Uc, dry ob grotiud in
oH*
tweufv-tive ceuts per one humiicd pimde.
Sec. 8.
And Ire U further mucml,
That from
and alter the day aud year'aforesaid, iu lieu ol
the duties heretofore iniponed by law ou the
a*ticics hcrciua.'u-r meniionjed], and ou siu
a* may now be exempt irom duty, theie shall
lc lev ie«l, collected, and pud ou the goods,
wares, aud ineichandise enumerated aud pro
vided tot iu UiUscctiou. iui|oilcd liom foreign
couutiiis. the iollowiug duties aud lates of ilu
ty, that is to .-viy
in salt, thirty per
made of oast iron, one ccnt
and one iourth per pound
On liai ley. peart or
hulled, one cent per
iouud
Ou bonneis. hats, and hootls. for men, wo
men and children, coiniobed ot stiaw, chip,
gra*., pUiu-lcal, willow, or any other vegeta
ble substance, or of silk, hair, wlialclioue, or
other material, not otherwise provided tor,
forty |ier centum ail valorem
Ou biaids, plais, flats, lac s, trimmings,
»paricrie, tissues, willow sheets and squares,
used tor making or ornamenting hals, l«»u
ncts, and hoods, comjtosed of straw, chip,
grass, palm-leai", willow, or any other veget
able Mtl'siauce, or of bail, whalcUm.*, or oth
ci maiciial, not otherwise providwl for, thiity
per cvntuui ad valorem
On books, peiiodicals, pamphlets, blank
tiooks, bound or uiit»ound, and all piinled
matter, engravings, liound or unUiund, illus
tiated books and j»a|icis. and maps and charts,
twenty icr centum ad valoiem
I'n-iideit.
1'hat
all iui|ottcd cotlon aud linen rags tor the
uiautiiactuic of
|ut|«*r
shall be liec lioiu duty
On biistles, ten cents jier |totind
Oil candles and taj»eis, stcai ine and adaman
tine, live cents |ier |iound on spermaceti,
paiafline. and wax caudles and tajers, puie or
mixed, eight cents per pound on all oilier
candles ami taicrs, two and one-half cents per
[•omul
On chicory root, two cents per pound on
chicoiy ground, burnt, or prepared, three
cents in pound
Oil acorn cotl'ee and dandelion root, raw
or prepared, all other articles used or in
tended to
IK*and
used as cotlee, or a sulwtitute for
coffee, aud not otherwise provided lor, three
cents per pound
On coloring for brandy, fifty per ceutuui ad
valorem
Oil cork wood, unmanufactured, thirty per
centum ad valorem ou corks, titty per ceu
tuui ad valorem
On cotton, oue-half ccnt per pound
On tcatheis and downs for beds or bedding,
of all desciiptions, thirty per ceutuui ml valo
rem
Oil ostrich, vulture, cock, and other orna
mcutal featheis, crude or not drcssol, colored,
On lire ciiu kers, fifty cents per box of foity
packs, uot exceeding eighty loeach jwtek ami
in the same piopoilioii tor agicalci nuniuci
tin ftuit, sliiule, lawn. uid oinauicuUd ttees,
shiubs, plants, and bulU'iis roots, aud tluvvcr
seei's, not otheiwise piovkkti for, thiity per
.viiiuin JMI valorem
Chi ulovcs ule of nkius or lcatlier, foity
per iciilum K1 valorem
On gunpowder, and all explosive substniu-cs
used ior mining, bl u.tiug, arlilleiy. or spott
ing pu pOf.es, valuwl at les» than tvveniy cents
IMiuud, fix cents {K-r vM,l'"d valued at
twenty ceuts or over per pound, six cents ^-r
[Hiund and twenty per ceutum ad valorem iu
addition thereto
On garden needs, and all other seeds for ag
ricultural aud horticultural purposes, uot oth
wise provided Cor, thirty per centum ad valo
rem
On hides, raw, and skins of all kinds,
whether dried, salted, or pickled, tea per ceu
tum ad valoiem
Oa hollow ware aud vessels of cast iron, not
othctwini provided tor, one cent and
one fourth
per pound
NUMBER 39.
I'l mi'l. 11 V -11
.... |XT
On all manufactures of marble, marble slalw,
na irble paving tilca, an:l ptarhte sawed, dress
ed. or polished, fifty per cetituni ad valorem
On nianuf.u tures of bladders, thirty peV
centum ad valorem
On lnAiuifa' tuies °f India-illboer and silkc
or of India-ruhlicr and silk and other maturrMl^
filly per centum and ad valorem
Ou mustard, ground, in Wnlh, t^elvc Ctfifa
per pound when em UwcU in glasa or tin, six-1
teen cents fer jxnind
On plu'e-i engraved, of steel, copper, wood
or any other material, twenty-five per cenfun*
aI valorem
On plumbago or blaeW lend, ten dollars pet"
ton
On potatoes, twenty-five cents per bushel
On percii-isinii caps, iuhtiintes. fulminating
|owders. and all articles iwd for like purposes,
not otherwise provided for, thirty [ier centuiu
ad valorem
On playing-cards, valued at twenty-fivd
cents or lews per juu-h. t'fteen cents per pack
valued autre twenty-five cento per puck,
twenty-live cents per pack
On pens, metallic, ten cents per gross
On pen-holder tips, metallic, tea cents JW
gross
On pen-holders, complete,
ten cents per
down
tin lead pencils, one dollar per gross
On rice, cleaned, one cent and a
pound paddy, three quarters of one cent
jier pound uin'leaned rice, one cent jer
Ou s igo and sago tlour, one cent and a half
per iHnind
On sheathing copper, and sheathing metal
or 3 cllow metal not wholly of eopper nor'
wholly or in part of iron, un^ilvani/^-d, in
sheets foi ty-cinht inches long and fourteen
inches wide, and weighing from fourteen Nr
thirty-foir ounces per square foot, three cents
per ponhd
On tin in pigs, bars, or blocks, fifteen per
••entuui ad valorem
On tin in plates or sheets, terne, and taggef
tin, twenty-tive JKT centuiu ad valorem or*
oxide, muriatic, and salts of tin and tin foil,
thirty per centum ad valorem
SEC.
And U it fmitirr nuided.
t,,lK'r.V elvel.eaijK-ts
sulphate of
That, la
addition to the duties heretofore imposed by
law on the articles hereinafter mentioned ami
included in this section, there shall le levied,
collected, and paid, ou the goods, wares, aud
merchandise herein enumerate 1 and pvoviU*.
for, iiii|iorted from foreign osir.tiics, the fol
I lowing duties ind rates of duty, that is flo say:
I On Wilton, Saxony, and
AUUISSOII,
Ax-
I minster patent velvet, Toiirnay velvet, amf
and carpeting, lionscl
iipets wrought by the Jaopiard machine,,
and all medallion or whole cartels, live cents'
JKT spiaie yard on Brussels and tapestry
Hrussels eaipets and t-arpeting, printed on thai
warp or otherwise, three cents |HT square yuril^
on all treble ingrain and worsted chain Vene
tian carpets and cui|etings, three cents |»er'
square yard ou hemp or jute inrpeting, two
cents per square yard on. all other kinds oC
eaipets and carpeting, of wool, flax, or cotton,
or |«uts ot either or other uiateiial (except
druggets,
Ink
kings, and felt carets and uw-
lctiiigs, not otherwise pro vt lei ft.r, five [er
centum ad valorem
)'r»r*lni.
That mats,
rugs, actcciis, covers, hassocks, licdsidcs. and
other |Mitioiis of carets or carpeting, shall
pay the .teof duty hea in iuqsisedou. ovrpetai
and ii»r^jH-tiug of similar character: on all oth
er mats, KVIIII, lutsdocks, aiid rugs, live jier
ceiitUMi a. I valorem.
On wtMilh-u cloths, woollen shawls, and
all
manul letures of wool, of every description,
made wholly or i'i part of wool, not other
wise provided for, a duty of six cents pec
pound, and, in addition thereto, live per ocu*
turn al valorem
On goods of like description, when valued
at over one dollar |ier sqimre yiuil. or weigh
ing less than twelve ounces per squaie yard,
a duty of six cents |cr pound, and in atlditii/n
thereto, ten jier centum :ul valorem
On endless belts or felts for paper and blan
keting for printing machines, live per ccntuu*
ad valoiem
On tlannels, of all descriptions, five per ccn
tuni ad valorem
On hats jf vool, ten per centum ad valo
rem
On wiM«lleninil worsted yam, of all descrip
tions, live per ooiitmnad valorem
On lobbing ready ma»le, and wearing appiw
rcl of eveiy description, composed wholly or
iu part of wool, uuwle up ir manut ictared
wholly or in |Kiit by the tailor, seauist
inanufa«'tureF, si-x, cents per pound, IUMIies.sail^orin
ovtion thereto, live per cenium ad valorem i
i'rovidnt.
or maiiutactuied, twenty Jier tvntum ad vah»- one hundred and forty tin cads, and not e*s
reni when dressed, colored, or maiiulactui- ceeding two hundred threads to the squaf#
etl. forty per centum, ivd valorem inch, counting the warp ami filling, threo-
Ou lu'i»s, live cents per pound
On human hair, law, uueleaiied, and not
drawn, twenty per ceutum ad valorem when
eleaucd or vUawu, but not manufactured,
thirty per ccutain, ad valorem when manu
factured, forty per centum ad valorem
on le.id otv, oi-o duUar ouc hundred
jiounds
On feathers and flowers, aitilnial and ports fourths of one cent JHT .square yard on life*
thereof tif whatever material composed, not goods exceevling two huudiel threiuU to t"
otherwise provided tor, forty per ceutuui ail
valo.cm
1
That l'ahuoral skirts, or gixxls of
like description, or used for like puriKiscs,
made wholly or in part of wool, sluill lie sulc
jectcHt to the same duties that are levied upon
ready mode clothing
C»n blankets of all kinds, made wlwfly ov
inpaitof wool li*e jwr centnm ad valorem
Ou all delaines, ciishmcrc delaines, musliili
delalns, luirege ilclaiues, coni|»osed wholly or
in part of worsted, wool, mohair, or goatsr
hair, and on all goods of similar descripliou,
not exceeding in value foity cents per squuM
vaid, two cents jK-r sqiuire yard
Ou huutiug, worsted yarns, and on a) otrhe*
luanutactmes of vvoisted, or of which wors
ted shall be a component uiateiial. uot other
wi*e provided for, tive per centuiu ul valoiem
On oil elotli for lloors, sUnupeil c»r priutcd,
of all dtrscriptious, hve i»er centuui al valo
iem
On coir floor
raattvng and carpeting, fire per
centum ad valorem
SET'.
10.
And I* it further tnacial.
That fro
IB
and after the day and year afoiesaid, in addi
tion to the duties heretofore inqvosed by WiW
on the articles hereinafter mentioned and pro
vided tor iu this section, there shall lie levied*
collected and paid, on the goods, wares and
merchandise herein enumerated, iuqort«^
from toiei^n countiics, the following d»lM%
aud rates of duly, tliat is to sav
First, u alt maiiutacturcs of cotton, leacl|»
ed or iuible u'hed, anil not colored, stained^
paintetl, or jninted, and not exceeiling oua
hundred threads to the square inch, luuutin^
the warp and tilliug, and cxceediug in vvci^U^
live ounces (K-r square yanl, one fourth of ou#
tent i* square yard on liner or lighter gooi|»
of like dew liplion, uot c\cccding one hundroA
aud lorly tin cads to the Mpiare inch, counting
the warp and iiltiug, one half cent per st^uar*
yard on goods of like dcsciiplion excccdiitg
stpiare inch, ivuutiug the warp and tilling,
one ccut i*r stpuire yard ou all goods ciir
hraccil iu tlie foiegoiug schedules yxtcpt jeau^
ilenimcs, drillings, beiltiikiugs, gingliauiS,
[iLdds, cotton*.li-s, pantaloon stulls, anlgeKw
of like description, not exceeding iu value rife#
sum of sixteeu cents persquaie yard), if pria
ti-d, punted, colored, obtained, they shall bo
considcTed to have liccn blciuhed go^xls, intd
thcie shall 1*5 levied, collated, ami {.^titt a ilu
ty of ouc edit pel square yard, iu addition lO
the rates of duly provulvd tbr blei»chel gooda.
I'rvuiJfl,
kluit uill all plain vvoveu eotWffc
goods, not itn luded in the foregoing schcdulea*
and iijHin cotum goods of every description,
the value of winch shall exceed sixteeu ccitta
i»er square yard, there shall be levied, col kite
led, aud (Niid, a duly of live icr centum ad
valorem .lu
yiwidut, fur'Jttr,
IK-
1'hat lui cotton
go«.*ls» having moie than two huudre«l thre^te
to the square inch, counting the warp and til
ling. shall
admitted to a less rale ot duty
than is provided for goods which aie of that
uuiuber of threads.
Second. Ou SJMIOI and other thread of oot
ton, ten i»er centum ad valorem.
Third, thi abb Is aud diawers, wove OT
miide oil frames, coiuioscd wholly of eottOd
and uutton velvet, live pel ceutum ail valorem^
Fourth. Ou all cotton jeans, denime*,
drilings, lK-dtickings, ginghams, plauls, oot
touades, pautaloou stutls, iuul goods ot Uko
dcscriplluu, uot exceeding in value the suuiof
tiixtcell cvlits |k-i squaie yard, tsvo e«nts pec
-quair yard and on ull maiiut'actuieb colli
jiosed wholly of cvittou, blcachcd, uublc«u.Uea(
ou uuuUc, while atatuary, ia block, rough ^piinted, painted, or dyod, uot oUaavbisw pn»-

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