No. 69.-STATEMENT SHOWING PRICES OF DIFFERENT KINDS OF WOOL AT BOSTON FOR EACH MONTH FROM JANUARY, 1882, TO DECEMBER, No. 70.-STATEMENT SHOWING THE PRICE, OR COST, IN THE FOREIGN MARKETS OF IMPORTED WOOLS ENTERED FOR CONSUMPTION IN THE UNITED STATES, FOR EACH YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, FROM 1867 TO 1887, INCLUSIVE. Class 1, clothing wools. Class 2, combing wools. Class 3, carpet and similar wools. NOTES.-Washed and scoured wools not included in the above table. During the years 1884 to 1887 inclusive the classification, according to value of classes 1 and 2, was 30 cents or less, and over 30 cents, per pound, respectively. On wools of classes 1 and 2, if valued at 32 cents or less per pound, 10 cents per pound and 11 per cent. to include 1883, and 10 cents per pound after 1883; if valued over On wools of class 3, if valued at 12 cents or less per pound, 3 cents per pound to include 1883, and 2 cents per pound after 1883; if valued over 12 cents per pound, 6 cents The only exception from the above rates was in 1867 on combing wools, being on wools valued at 32 cents or less per pound, 10 cents per pound and 10 per cent.; and on A reduction of 10 per centum was provided for from the regular rates of duty on all classes of wool from August 1, 1872, to March 3, 1875. |