Ivory, manufactures of, n. e. s... ....35% ad val.

Jewelry .......................60% ad val.

Knit goods, wool, value not over

30 ct. per lb................44 ct. per lb. and 50% ad val. Knit goods, woolen apparel, 30 ct. to 40 ct. per lb..........44 ct. per lb. and 50% ad val. Knit goods, woolen apparel, over

40 ct. per lb................44 ct. per lb. and 50% ad val. (c)

Knit goods, silk................60% ad val.

Lard .........................2 ct. per lb.

Lead, pigs, bars...............2 1/2 ct. per lb.

Lead, type metals..............1 1/2 ct. per lb.

Leather manufactures, n. e. s... ......35% ad val. Linen manufactures, n. e. s............. 45% ad val.

Linen, wearing apparel.........60% ad val.

Macaroni ......................1 1/2 ct. per lb.

Malt, barley...................45 ct. bu.

Matches, friction, boxed........8 ct. per gross

Matting, cocoa, and rattan......6 ct. per sq. yd.

Meerschaum pipes..............60% ad val.

Molasses, n. e. s...............40° to 50°, 3 ct. per gal. (i)

Muffs, fur......................35% ad val.

Musical instruments............45% ad val.

Nails, cut.....................6-10 ct. per lb.

Nails, horseshoe...............2 1/4 ct. per lb.

Newspapers, periodicals........Free

Oilcloth, value over 25 ct......8 ct. to 20 ct. per eq.

yd. (j)

Oil, olive......................50 ct. per gal. in bottles, etc.

Oil, olive, n. e. s...............40 ct. per gal.

Oil, whale and seal, foreign, n. e. s......................8 ct. per gal.

Onions ........................40 ct. per bu.

Opium, liquid preparations.....40% ad val.

Opium, crude and unadulterated. .......$1 per lb.

Paintings and marble statuary.. .........20% ad val.

Paper manufactures, n. e. s...........35% ad val.

Paper stock, crude.............Free

Pepper, cayenne, unground.....2 1/2 ct. per lb.

Perfumery, alcoholic...........60 ct. per lb. and 45% ad val.

Photograph albums.............35% ad val.

Photograph slides..............25% ad val.

Pickles .......................40% ad val.

Pins, metallic..................35% ad val.

Pipes of clay, common, 40 ct. per gross ......................15 ct. per gross

Poultry, dressed...............5 ct. per lb.

Potatoes ......................25 ct. per bu.

Pulp wood, for paper makers..... 1-12 ct. per lb. mechanically ground (1)

Quicksilver ...................7 ct. per lb.

Quinine, sulphate, and salts ...............Free

Railroad ties, cedar............20% ad val.

Rugs, Oriental.................10 ct. per sq. ft. and

40% ad val.

Salmon, dried or smoked.......3/4 ct. per lb.

Salt ..........................12 ct. per 100 lb., packages; 8 ct. per 100 lb., bulk

Sauces, n. e. s.................40% ad val.

Sausages, bologna..............Free

Sausages, all other.............25% ad val.

Sealskin sacques...............35% ad val.

Silk, raw......................Free

Silk, spun in skeins............35% ad val. (d)

Silk laces, wearing apparel.....60% ad val.

Skins, uncured, raw............Free

Skins, tanned and dressed......20% ad val.

Slates, manufactures of, n. e. s........ 20% ad val.

Smokers' articles, except clay pipes ......................60% ad val.

Soap, castile...................1 1/4 ct. per lb.

Soap, toilet, perfumed..........15 ct. per lb.

Spirits, except bay rum.........$2.25 prf. gal.

Straw manufactures, n. e. s..........30% ad val.

Sugars, not above 16 Dutch standard...................95-100 ct. per lb. (m)

Sugars, above 16 Dutch standard 1 95-100 ct. per lb.

Tea........'...................Free

Tin, ore or metal..............Free

Tin plates.....................1 1/2 ct. per lb.

Tobacco, cigar wrappers, not stemmed...................$1.85 per lb.

Tobacco, if stemmed...........$2.50 per lb.

Tobacco, all other leaf, stemmed 50 ct. per lb.

Tobacco, unmanufactured, not stemmed...................35 ct. per lb.

Umbellas, silk or alpaca........50% ad val.

Vegetables, natural, n. e. s.....25% ad val.

Vegetables, prepared or preserved .....................40% ad val.

Velvets, silk, 75% or more silk.. $1.50 per lb. and 15% ad val.

Watches and parts of..........40% ad val.

Wheat, bushel of 60 lb.........25 ct. per bu.

Willow for basketmakers.......20% ad val.

Willow manufactures, n. e. s........... 40% ad val.

Wines, champagne, in 1/2- pt. bottles or less.................$2 per doz.

Wines, champagne, in bottles,

1/2 Pt. to 1 pt...............$4 per doz.

Wines, champagne, in bottles, 1 pt. to 1 qt..................$8 per doz.

Wines, still, in casks containing more than 14% absolute alcohol ........................50 ct. per gal.

Woods, cabinet, sawed.........$1 to $2 per M. ft.

Wool, first class...............11 ct. per lb.

Wool, second class.............12 ct. per lb.

Wool, third class, n. e. s., above

13 ct. per lb................7 ct. per lb. (e)

Wool or worsted yarns, value not over 30 ct. per lb........27 1/2 ct. per lb. and 40% ad val. Wool or worsted yarns, value 30 ct to 40 ct., per lb........... 38 1/2 ct. per lb. and

40% ad val. Wool or worsted yarns, value over 40 ct., per lb............38 1/2 ct. per lb. and

40% ad val. Woollen or worsted clothing.... 44 ct. per lb. and 60% ad val.

The Dingley Tariff increases rates on women's and children's gloves uniformly 75c. per dozen pairs; on men's gloves the rates are the same as the Wilson rates. (a) Valued at more than 50c. per lb., 33c. per lb. and 40 per cent ad val. (b) Specific duties ranging from $1.50 to $6 on each article and 35 per cent ad val. (c) On goods above 40c. and not above 70c. per lb.; duty on goods above 70c, per lb., 44c. per lb. and 55 per cent ad val. (d) Value $1 per lb., 20c. per lb. and 15 per cent ad val., with increasing duty of 10c. per lb. for each 50c. additional value up to $2.50; all over $2.50 per lb., 60c. per lb. and 15 per cent ad val. (e) Wool valued at 12c. per lb. or less, 4c. per lb.; above 12c. duty is 7c. per lb. (f) Two prices only in Dingley bill, 30c. and less, and above 30c. (g) If not over 10c. per lb. (h) If valued at $150; if more, 25 per cent ad val. (i) Above 56°, 6c. per gal. (j) And 15 to 20 per cent ad val. (k) On woolen an additional duty of 44c. per lb. (1) Chemical wood pulp, l-6c per lb. (m) When not above 75°, but for every additional degree by polariscopic test, 35-1,000c. per lb. additional, and fractions of a degree in proportion.

Articles of merchandise entering the United States from Hawaii and Porto Rico and entering those possessions from the United States are exempt from duty.

The act of Congress approved March 2, 1902, provides that the customs duties on articles entering the Philippines from the United States shall be the same as on those entering from foreign countries. On articles entering the United States from the Philippines the full tariff rates shall be collected except that a 25 per cent reduction shall be granted on articles produced and grown in the Philippines.