(Abridged)

Animals for breeding purposes

free on Consular Certificate

"other wise

20 per cent.

Ale, porter and beer, in bottles

35 cts. per gal.

" " " in casks

20 cts. per gal.

Bokks, charts, new

25 per cent.

" " for colleges, libraries, or printed more than 20 years, or in use abroad more than 1 year, and not for sale..

free

Boots, shoes, articles of leather ..........................................

30 per cent.

45 per cent.

Carpets, aubusson, Axminster and all woven whole for room ........................................

45cts. persq. yd. and 30 per cent.

" Brussels tapestry, printed on the warp or otherwise.......................................................

30 cts. persq. yd. and 30 per cent.

" Saxony, Wilton & Tournay, velvet, wrought by the Jaquard machine ...................................

45 cts. persq. yd. and 30 per cent.

Carpets, treble ingrain, three-ply and worsted China Venetian.............................

" velvet, patent or tapestry, printed on the warp or otherwise.....................

Carriages......................................

China - porcelain and parian ware, plain..........

" gilded, ornamented or decorated...........

Cigars, cheroots and cigarettes...................

Clocks, and parts of................................

Clothing, wholly or in part of wool...............

" linen..................................

" silk component........................

all other descriptions...................

Coal, Bituminous...............................

Cotton, manufactures of.........................

Cutlery, table, etc..............................

" pen, jack, and pocket knives............

Diamonds, unset...............................

Engravings..................................

Furniture......................... ............

Furs, manufactured...............................

Gilt and Plated Ware, etc........................

Glass Ware.....................................

Gloves, kid................................... .

Gold and Silver Ware, etc.......................

Guns, rifles, muskets............................

" sporting.................................

Hats and bonnets of all kinds except wool........

Iron, pig and scrap..............................

" manufactures of...........................

Jewelry, gold, silver, or imitation................

Jewelry, jet, and imitations of...................

Laces, silk, and silk and cotton..................

" thread.................................

Leather, manufactures of........................

Linen - table, toweling, etc......................

Machinery, brass or Iron........................

" copper or steel.......................

Musical Instruments............................

12 cts. per sq. yd. and 30 per cent.

25cts. persq. yd. and 30 per cent.

35 per cent.

55 per cent.

6O per cent.

$2.50 per lb. and 25 per cent.

30 per cent.

35cts. per lb. and 35 per cent.

40 per cent.

50 per cent.

35 per cent.

75 cts. per ton

35 per cent.

35 per cent.

50 per cent.

10 per cent.

25 per cent.

35 per cent.

30 per cent.

35 per cent.

45 per cent.

50 per cent.

45 per cent.

25 per cent.

35 per cent.

30 per cent.

$6.72 per ton

45 per cent.

25 per cent.

25 per cent.

50 per cent.

35 per cent.

30 per cent.

35 per cent.

45 per cent.

45 per cent.

25 per cent.

Oils - animal and olive..........................

" castor.................................

Paintings......................................

" If work of an American Artist..........

Photographs....................................

Pipes - Meerschaum wood, and of all other material except Common Clay (35 per cent.)........

Rubber Boots, shoes, and other articles wholly of

Rubber (not fabrics)....................

" Braces, Suspenders, Webbing, etc., unless in part silk..............................

" Silk, Cotton, Worsted or Leather.........

Saddles and Harness..................... ........

Shawls-Silk...................................

" Camel's Hair or other wool..............

Silk - dress and piece. ..........................

Skins, dressed..................................

Snuff..........................................

Soap - Castile..................................

" fancy, perfumed, Toilet and Windsor.......

Statuary, marble................................

Stereoscopic views on glass or paper..............

Spirits - Brandy, whiskey, gin, etc...............

Sugars, above No. 16, Dutch Standard.............

«< " < < on " "

Tobacco, manufactured..........................

Toys......................................... .

Umbrellas - Silk or alpaca.......................

Velvet - Silk....................................

" Cotton or mostly cotton................

Watches......................................

Wines - All still wines, such as Sherry, Claret or

Hock in casks.................................

Ditto, per case of 12 bottles...................

All Champagnes and Sparkling Wines in cases of 1 doz. quarts or 2 doz. pints.....................

25 per cent.

80 cts. per gal.

30 per cent.

free

25 per cent.

70 per cent.

25 per cent.

30 per cent.

50 per cent.

35 per cent.

50 per cent.

35 cts. per lb. and 40 per ct.

50 per cent.

20 per cent.

50 cts. per lb.

20 cts. per lb.

15 cts. per lb.

30 per cent.

40 and 25 per ct. respectively $2 per proof gal. 3 cts. per lb. 3 1/2 cts. per lb. 40 cts. per lb. 35 per cent. 50 per cent. 50 per cent. 40 per cent. 25 per cent.

50 cts per gal. $1.60 per case $7 per case (and bottles extra, 3 cts. each).

Articles Free Of Duty

Actors' Costumes and Effects intended for personal use.

Animals for breeding purposes.

Antiquities not for sale.

Articles and Tools of Trade.

Art Works of American Artists.

Bed Feathers.

Birds, Land and Water Fowl.

Books printed over 20 years.

Bullion, Gold and Silver.

Coal, Anthracite.

Cocoa, crude.

Coffee.

Collections of Antiquities, etc, for use in Colleges, Museums, Incorporated Societies, etc.

Diamonds, rough.

Drugs, crude, used in dyeing or tanning.

Effects of American citizens dying abroad, if accompanied by Consular certificate.

Engravings (engraved over 20 years).

Farina.

Fertilizers - Manures.

Fruits and Nuts, green, ripe, dried.

Furs, undressed.

Hides, raw.

Household effects in use abroad over one year, and not for sale.

India Rubber, crude.

Instruments, professional, in use.

Macaroni and Vermicelli.

Mineral Waters, natural.

Natural History Specimens (not for sale).

Newspapers and Periodicals.

Olives.

Plants, Trees and Shrubs.

Rags, not wool, for paper stock.

Sausages, Bologna, German, Skins.

Scientific Instruments for colleges.

Skins, raw.

Tapioca.

Tea.

Tin in bars and pigs.

U. S. Manufactures forwarded to foreign countries and returned.

Vines and Vine Cuttings.

Wax, vegetable and mineral.

Personal Effects when old and in use over one year.*

* Note. - Personal effects, when old and in use over one year, can he entered free, provided they accompany the owners, or the owners can take oath that they have arrived in the United States within one year prior to the date of arrival of the goods, specifying steamer and date upon which they arrived. If the owners have not arrived within the year, duty must be paid on appraisement. Household effects, books and libraries; if used abroad not less than one year, and not intended for any other person, nor for sale, are entitled to free entry, even if the owners have resided more than one year in the United States. Old clothing and household effects sent as presents are dutiable. Paintings, statuary, and other works are embraced in the term " household effects." Horses, carriages and saddlery are now embraced in the term "household effects." Duty must be paid on all watches but one brought by a single passenger. Each passenger is entitled to bring with him fifty cigars. If above that quantity, they are liable to duty or seizure, as the case may arise.