The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923, April 18, 1913, Page 13, Image 13

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APRIL 18, 1913
The Commoner.
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Figs, from 51.53 to 42.10.
Flax (raw pnd products), from
$22.40 per ton to $11.20 per ton.
Flannels (wool), from 93.29 to
23 and 35 per cent.
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Grape fruit from 1 cent per pound
to 18 cents per package under 1
cubic feet.
Grape fruit, from 35 cents per
package up to 2& cubic feet.
Grape fruit, from 70 cents per
package up to o cubic feet.
Garters, from 45 per cent to 25
per cent.
Glass (cut and decorated), from
GO per cent to 45 per cent ad
valorem.
Granite (dressed), from 50 per
cent to 25 per cent ad valorem.
Glucose, from 1 cents per pound
to 1 cents per pound.
Gunpowder, from 2 cents per
pound to cent per pound when
valued at less than 20 cents per
pound.
Gunpowder, from 4 cents per
pound to 1 cent per pound when
valued over 20 cents per pound.
Gloves (women's "glace"), from
$1.25 per dozen to $1 per dozen
when not over 14 inches in length;
an additional 25 cents per dozen for
each inch in length over 14 inches.
Gloves (women's kid), from $3 per
dozen to $2 per dozen not over 14
inches in length; an additional 25
cents tax per dozen for each inch
over 14 inches.
Gloves (cotton lined), from $1
per dozen to 50 cents per dozen.
Gloves (fur lined), from $1 per
dozen to $2 per dozen (increase).
Glue, from 36.06 to 14.29 per
cent.
Glass (window), from 46.38 to
28.31 per cent.
Glass (plate), from 63.95 to 38.45
per cent.
Gloves (cotton), from 59.17 to 35
per cent.
H
Hemp and tow of hemp, from 1
cent per pound to cent per
pound.
Hemp (hackled), from 2 cents per
pound to 1 cent per pound.
Hats (straw, unblocked and un
trimmed), 35 per cent to 25 per
cent.
Hats and hoods (felt), from $1.50
per dozen and 20 per cent ad
valorem and $7 per dozen and 20
per cent to 40 per cent ad valorem.
Hay, from 43.21 to 26.67 per
cent.
Handkerchiefs (cotton), from
59.27 to 30 per cent.
Hemp (raw), from $22.50 per ton
to $11.20 per ton.
Handkerchiefs (linen), from 50
to 35 per cent.
Handkerchiefs (plain Bilk), from
50 to 40 per cent.
Hats (trimmed), from 50 to 40
per cent.
Horses, from 25 to 10 per cent.
Iron (round), from $8 and $12 a
ton to 8 per cent.
Iron forgings, from 30 per cent to
15 per cent.
Iron (sheet), from $6 and $18 to
20 per cent.
Instruments (musical), from 45
per cent to 35 per cent.
Iron (pig), from 17.79 and 16.35
to 8 per cent.
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Jute yarns, from 26.90 to 15 per
cent.
Jewelry, from 75.74 to 60 per
cent.
Ii
Lemons, from 1 cents per pound
to 18 cents per package under 1
cubic feet; 35 cents per package up
to 2 cubic feet; 70 cents per
package up to 5 cubic feet; cent
per pound for lemons in bulk or in
larger packages.
Limes, from 1 cent per pound to
lemon rate.
Lace curtains, from 50 to 45 per
cent.
Lime, from 5 cents per cwt. to 5
per cent ad valorem.
Lead (bullion), from 2 cents
per pound to 25 per cent.
Lead (ore), from 1 cents per
pound to cent.
Linseed oil, from 15 cents per
gallon to 12 cents per gallon.
Lead (white), from 3 cents pel
pound to 25 per cent.
Linoleum (plain or stamped),
from 8 cents per square yard and 15
per cent, and 10 cents per square
yard and 20 per cent to 30 per cent.
Linoleum (Inlaid), from above
rate to 35 per cent.
Lead (red), from 60.35 to 25 per
cent.
Lemons, from 68.85 to 21.03 per
ceut.
M
Mica (manufactured), from 5
cents and 20 per cent additional per
pound to 30 per cent ad valorem.
Mirrors, from 11 cents and 25
cents per square foot to 7 cents and
13 cents per square foot.
Marble (rough), 65 cents per
cubic foot to 50 cents.
Marble articles, from 50 per cent
to 45 per cent ad valorem.
Motorcycles, from 45 per cent to
40 per cent.
Mattings, from 3& cents to
cent per square yard.
Machine tools, from 30 to 15 per
cent.
Medical preparations, from 25 to
15 per cent.
Macaroni, from 34.25 to 23.81 per
per cent.
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Nursery cuttings and seedlings,
from 25 per cent to 15 'per cent.
Nickel (pigs), from 6 cents per
pound to 10 per cent.
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Oats, from 15 cents to 10 cents a
bushel.
Oranges, from 1 cent a pound to
lemon rate.
Ochre (and ochre earths), from
and cent a pound to 5 per
cent ad valorem.
Orange mineral, from 3 cents
per pound to 25 per cent ad valorem.
Osier (or willow), from 25 per
cent to 10 per cent.
Olive oil, from 35.18 to 21.05 per
cent.
Oilcloths (floor), from 44.29 to
15 per cent.
P
Pineapples, from 8 cents to 6
cents per cubic foot in barrels or
packages; from $8 to $5 per thous
and in bulk.
Paints, from 30 per cent to 15 per
cent.
Paper (writing), from 3 cents per
pound and 15 per ceDt ad valorem
to 25 per cent ad valorem.
Paper (print), from .. to 12 per
cent ad valorem in reciprocal coun
tries. Phonographs, from 45 to 25 per
cent ad valorem.
Photographic plates, from 25 per
cent to 15 per cent.
Paper (manufactures), from 35
per cent to 25 per cent.
Peaches, from 25 cents to 10 cents
per bushel.
Poultry (live), from 13.10 to 6.67
per cent.
Plushes, from 51.40 .to 40 per
cent.
Paper (copying), from 42.32 to
30 per cent.
Paper (parchment), from 47.92
to 35 per cent.
Paper (photographic), from 28.99
to 25 per cent.
Paper (writing), from 45.13 to
to 25 per cent.
Paper (wrapping), from 35 to 25
)per ueut.
Printing presses, from 30 to 15
pur ccui.
K
Rico (cleaned), from 2 cents to
1 cent per pound.
Raisins, from 2& cents a pound
to 2 conts.
Ribbons (wool), from 83 per cent
to 35 per cent.
Razors, from 77.68 to 35 per cent.
Ribbons (silk), from 50 to 40 per
cent.
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Suspenders (woolen), from 83 per
cent to 35 per cent.
Suspenders (cotton), from 45 per
cent to 25 per cent.
Steel (sheet), from $6 and $18 a
ton to 20 per cent.
Shotguns and rifles, from $2.25
and $10 each to 35 per cent.
Sponges from 20 per cent to 10
per cent.
Silk (general), from GO per cent
to 50 per cent.
Sugar (molasses, above 40 de
gree test), from 20 to 15 per cent.
Sugar (molasses, above 40 and be
low 56 degrees), 3 cents to 2 V4
freo In 3 years.)
Sugar (molasses, above 56 de
degrees), from 6 cents to 4 conts
per gallon. (Note All sugar to be
freo in 3 years.
Sugar (maple), from 4 to 3
cents a pound.
Sugar (grape), from 1 to 1 V6
conts per pound.
Sugar (unmanufactured cane),
from 20 to 15 per cent.
Sugar (candy), see candy.
Sugar (Cuban), reduced 20 per
cent under old treaty.
Stone (building, dressed), from
50 per cent to 25 per cent ad
valorem.
Sheep, from 16.41 to 10 per cent.
Stockings (cotton), from 55.30 to
50 per cent.
Silk (partially manufactured
goods), from 21.01 to 15 per cent.
Silk (spun yarn), from 37.09 to
35 per cent.
Silk (sewing), from 25 to 15 per
cent.
Silk (goods), from 52.58 to 50
per cent.
Seal oil, from 8 cents per gallon
to 5 cents.
Sirups (refined), from 4 to 3 conts
per pound.
Sacks (single jute yarns,) from
cent per pound and 15 cent to 25
per cent.
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Table covers (cotton), from 50 to
35 per cent.
Table cloths, from 40 to 25 per
cent.
Tin (plate), from $24 per ton to
20 per cent.
Table and kitchen ware, from 40
to 25 per cent. (Note Table ware
required to bear names of manufac
turer and country or origin.)
Tassels (artificial silk), from 45
cents per pound and 60 per cent ad
valorem additional to 60 per cent ad
valorem.
Tobacco (scrap), from 55 cents
per pound to 35 cents per pound.
(Note Scrap tobacco taken from
general classification and given In
dividual rating.)
Tiles, from 47.84 to 23.36 per
cent.
Thread (spool cotton), from 22.95
to 15 per cent.
V
Umbrellas and sunshades, from
50 to 30 per cent.
Underwear (cotton), from 60.27 to
25 per cent.
V
Vegetables (fresh), from 25 per
cent to 15 per cent.
Veneers, from 20 to 15 per cent.
VinegaT, from 33.03 to 17.37 per
cent.
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Wheat, from 25 cents to 10 cents
per bushel.
Woolens (combed and tops), from
105 to 15 per cent.
(Continued on Page 16.)
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