The Tobacco Leaf: Organ of the Tobacco Trade of the United States


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I f 0. P:rmBBIBG. PUBLISBER, NO. 142 Fulton Street. S Vol. 1. G. W. GAIL CHRISTIAN AX. G. W. GA.IL&A.X, tiue.Qt;ut 'h.ewiug lsbatto, ANI;) tmportera of and Dealers in Cigars ll'ipes, Snuff-boxes etc., NO. 28 BARRESTREET, Baltimore, Md. Jr DEPOT-with GAn., Ax & KucBLli:R, Nos. 178 &Dd 1111 Water-lreet, New-York. 11-iJS DE 'FORD, THAYER & CO., Commission Merchants, AND DEA.LERS IN Manufactured and Leaf Tobacco, Segars lte., lte., WATERSTREET, New-York. IF b. B. Bonded Wlll'ehouee, 82d District, New-York. 8blppen can fortrard ns Ulelr goods !If BOND,'" '!Fithont prepa;rment of the excise t&x. 10-2 2 WA'ftl!, GIT.&N & Co. GIVliN, WATT!! & Co., )(,., New Orleans L a Bllo'WJI, DtJlonumeoN & Co., W. 0. WAn'!! & Co., En.DeYille, Ind. Linrpool, 'Eua WATTS, CRANE & CO., IDmmbtdsu YOB 'l'BJI BALli 0:1' Tobaeoo, Cotton, and Western Produce. No. 43 Broad St., New-York. CONNOLLY & CO .. 'otutmiiH;ion :I'OB 'l'lJJI SALB 011' LEAF AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, o. 45 Water Street, ca... II. oCoNNOLLY, Jx., } J.u. II. r.u. 8-15 lew-York. l'l&Jnlmf, lB&R & Co., St. Louie. OBEB, NADON-.89,1i1 LouiSVILLE, June 10 The market this week has bee n m o r e animated than at a n y f o rmer period this season, wi t h the inaugura t ion of the annu a l f air by t h e State Agricul t ura l Society, a n d the entr y of n earl y 5 0() hhds. for the pre miums. The e ntries and sal e s of pre mi u m t o bac co b y the P i ckett warehttuse amoun te d to 26 8 hhds., all of which were sold y esterday at v ery f ull and remunerative p r ices. Only fou r b ids were reje c ted by the plant ers in the sa l e, an d the low prices enumer ate d in t h e sal e s we r e a f e w hhds o f low gra de, w hich e nter ed by a m i s take o f the numb ers. The y b ore the same number as the prem ium offe rin g s, and the entry fee w a s duly paid. The e ntire sale wen t off to the full and ent ire satisfac ti o n o i the plan t ers, inc l udin g all fr o m B all ard and McCracken, who w e r e high l y d e li ghte d Our premium list includ e d the l ady's t ea. se t for cigar leaf, which r eal ized $ 5 1.5 0 and the first premium for cutting leaf at $ 100 ; the second premium on manufacturing lea f $89. The gross amount of cash paid at the Pickett forThese figures include the arrivals both in their sal e s yesterday was $86, 939 32, the full. New-York and Jersey City. Of the receipts amount all pai d to the pla nters. of the past week, there were Consigned to The sales at the Pickett warehouse to-day Sullivan, Murphy & Co., 6 hhds. ; Snoddy & amounted to 131 hhds including one hhd. Howard; 13; Ober, Nanson & Co., 13; W. H. of Ballard count y Ky. manufac t uring leaf' Smith & Son, 9 : J W. Price, 'Tl ; J. Hoyt & at and four hhds. of old Miss ouri bright Co., 1 ; Kremelberg & Oo., 1 ; H. Meyer, 1 ; leaf, sold by J. S. Austin, S t. L o uis one hhd. Heineken & Palmore, 18; 0. K. King, l O ll of which was bright lugs, a t $31!, and the C. B. Fallens t ein & Son 14; Caruth others were bright wrappers, a t $ 6 1 for two & Co. 39; Livington & Son, 1; Dupre z & of them, and $84 for the other. T., 18; H Koop, 14; Fatman & Co., 185; The break at the four tobacco w areh o uses : Seed-leaf.-The finer grades, espe c ially of J. M. Campbell, 2 5 ; A. Baldwin, 2; Classon since our last amounted to 1 249 h ogsheads,. BACON, CLARDY & CO., lsbattD and @llotton Connec t icut and N.Y. State, are in better reA co: 6; Fis ch e r & Rod e wald, 10; Durand of which t h e prices bid on 111 hhds. were> quest for home consumption; the foreign de& Riffiard, 18; P. D. Collins, 14; Sawy e r & re f u s ed by the planters. We enum e ratesa.les mand for medium and ordinary qualities also Wallace, 320 ; Kruse & Drexel, 82; J. Eager and pri ces as follows : 3 bhds. swe e p in g s a t shows a. s light improvement. Sales amount & Co., 85; C. F. Tag, 5; Norton, Slaughter $1 a $2.75 ; 2 do. trash, 9 do., at to upwards of 700 cases, generally at f ull & Co., 5; Arkenburg & Bryan, 2 9 0 ; A. H. $8.30 a eB.l!O; 45 hbd s f act ory l ugs, GJ:JIIXRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, pri ces, and in some except i on al instances Cardozo & Co., 3; Ruete's Son & C o., 1 ; a $4.90 ; 1 9 8 hhds. c o mmon li g h t lug s $5 & A.ND Dll..U.ERS IN b t t Bacon Clardy & Co., 186 Poppenheimer & ct0 0 5 160 d ct6 o 6 90 90 d h a ov e our quo a 10ns. ., ; o ., a "' ; o eavy Heavy Western & Clarksville Leaf, M anufactured Thi s b ranch of the trade C o 2 i Watts, C rane & Co., 3 2 9 i ord e r, 1 4 6 i lugs, $7 a $7. 85 ; 6 4 do., $8 a $ 8 90 ; 47 do., seems hardly to share in t h e impr o v e d f e eling J. H Ber gm an 1 3 4 pkgs. ; H. & G l e nn, 25; a t $9 a $9. 9 5 ; 53 do c o mm o n l i ght leaf, which w e note el!lOwhere. Transactions nr e E. M. Parso n s 46; 8. Hi c ks, 8; Bulkley & $10 a $ 10 .75; 84 d o $11 a $11.'75 ; 6 8 do. : 181 W. J. DAOON, W D CLARDY, J. S: PARRISH, DR. J. D CLARDY. 12-24, NewYork. very lim i ted, and prices very unse ttl e d. Most Moore, 2 4 j M. J. Gro j i nsky, 26 j o r d e r 12 6 j hea v y leaf, $1 2 a t 12. 75 j 4 8 do., $ 13 a $ 1 8. of the s al e s are made at ruinouify l o w figures R. D. Hamlin, 1 9 i Barn ey Gree n & C o ., 74 75 ; 66 do., at $1 4 a '%14. 75 ; 64, $1 5 a '15 and can hardly be called a. part o f the regular lxPottTATIONS f o r the week e nding 7 5 ; 53 'do. at $1 7 a $ 1 '(. 7.5 ; 67 hhds., VETTER 1 E IN & C 0, i trade. Persons changin g their r es idence o r June ,_100 pkge .............................. a t $16 a $16 .7 5 ; 5 3 do. l eaf, a t $17 a $ 1 1.'15 ; # or feelin g the p ressu r e of o t h e r Cit ........ ....................... 1 6 ,482 1 49 hhds., a t $18 a $ 1 8 .75; 2 8 at $19 '1.' 0 B A 0 0 0 cum s tan ces force off their goods and t ake .. ::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::: a$19.75; 2 6 hbds.,at $ 20.25ai20.75;.l. 8 ; h t th t A th t May26-$9 p k gs .............................. S8,08 6 hhds. a t $21 a $21.7 5 9 hhds. $22 a 1 22.w a. e y can g e t e sam e 1me we Cigar s ................................. 18,401 finq thatfair pricesarebe in g offeredforthe 75 ; 1 4 hhds. a t $23a$2 3 .75; 8 h M s a t (United States Bonded W a r eho u se,) 111 ARCH-STREET, PHH.(!l)EtPHI!, TH. H. VETTERLEIN & SONS, 128 WATER-STREET, bett e r q ualiti es and are d e clin e d In s u c h a $ 24 .25 a $ 24 .75; 6 hhd s., a t $25. 25 a $ 2 5.. A rriv als f o r the week e nd ing the 13 t h in st. "5 5 h h d t $ 2 6 2 5 "'26 5 2 h h d d c ond itio n of a ffairs, quotati o n s mus t nec essa -1 ; s., a a 1 ; s. o., includ e 1 752 bale s and 120 c s. cigar s t "'2 75 3 d t .,9.8 .,28 5 1 hhd ril y be t o a great e xtent nominal. The m a ra ; o., a "'"' a ; 'rhis shows a c onsiderable exc ess of leaf o v e r k e t at present i s under the influe nce o f two opcutting leaf, at $29; 2 do. M e t calfe county t h e amoun t of an y p r ev i o u s we ek for some manufacturin g leaf., "'25 a 0 32 ., 2 do po s i ng influ e nces-that of t h e l arge s t o c k t hat h "' has bee n a c cumulated in the past, ana' that mont s. coun t y manuf a c turin g leaf, $ 33 a $35; 1 hhd. The con s i g nm ents are: Tennessee s h i ppin g l eal' 028. '75 1 h hd. cutof t h e c omparative scarcit y w h i c h thr eat ens F H R E ., in t h e futur e and which is alr ea d y makin g rom avana: & Co., 10 1 ting leaf, a t $36 ; 1 h hd. M etca lfe county G. HEINEKEN & PALMORE, 12-24 :lYEW-1-&RK. A. STEIN, itself f elt i n L eaf, and must eve n t uall y in Ftsc h e r & Co. 29 ; H. Kmg h t, 4 7 ; manufa cturi n g l e af, 140. 2 5 ; 1 do. Manufa c tured Chi c hes te r & C o., 6 8 ; McCaffil & C o S O ; M county, at $ 46 .25 ; 1 do same county manu-& E .. Sal o mon, 8 0 8 ; N obbe Bro s & C o., 3 ; factorin g l e a f $50 a M h t omiDission ere an 115 BROADWAY, NEW-YORK. GUSTAV HEINEKEN. (15-17) G EO. w P.ALllORE. GEORGE S. HART, FOR '.I'BJI llAI.B 01' 197 Duane-street, (Bet Gree nwich and W a shiogtonste ,) r::F HAs conatantJy on GOnsi gnm ent a large quantil y of State and Ohio Seedleat'To bacco, whic h will be sold in quantitie s to suit p urchasers. Cigar manufacturers particularlyf avol' e d 1 8-88 QUOTATIONS OF WHO L E SA.I.E P R I C E S Kentucky. Light leaf. Ourrency Gold. Trashy and frosted l ugs,... 6l@ 7t 4!@ 5t Sound l u g o ,. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 8 @ 9t 6f@ 61 Low l ear, ............ ..... 10 @ 13 7 @ 9 :'lfedlum le af, ............. 14 @15 11 (,Yll Good to doe l e af, ......... 16 @22 12 @16 Choice selec tions, 23 ll!l28 16 @20 Do H e avy l eaf. Trashy and f r o sted Jugs,.. 7 @ 9 6 @ 6 Soun d J u gs ............... 10 @12 7 @ 9 Lo w Leaf,.. .. .. .. .. .. .. 13 @15 1 0 @ 1 2 Me wum Leaf, ............ 16 @19 l 3 @ 1 6 Good t o fi n e Lear, ........ 20 @26 1 6 @18 C h oice se l eetlonl!,.. .. .. .. 26 @3 0 l9 @22 O Mo Inferio r to good c o mm o u .. .............. I> @ 7 B rown and spangled, ..................... -8 @ 11 Good and tine red,... .. ................. -llt @ 15 Fine yellow a n d fancy, ................... -16 @ 20 Ste m s and scra p s ....................... Si@ 8 Austm, Baldwm & Co., 2 i A. Bym, 95 i L The firs t wee k of sum me r h a s been a s E. 7; R. S. 1 00 i J. B. w a rm as t hat of an y fo rm e r seaso n ; almo s t Posado, 2 0 ; J an sen Schmidt & Rup e rt, 55 ; uns easonabl y s o t h e therm o meter in. the Probst & Co., 48 i Am y & Rey:, 3 0 i orde r, ran ging a t 90 ; not a dro p ohain s ince 200 ? M. & E. Sal o mon, 10 c s. c i gar s i Purdy the m onth s et i n Sh o ul d this c onti nu e m a n y & Nichol s 2; Pro bst & Co., 1; Bay n es ; B ros. day s lon g e r, the t o bacco crop w ill b e nearly & Co., 1 ; S Caman c he, 1 ; G. W. Faber 1 ruined.-P1ice Current. NEw-YoRK. Tobacco, Cheese, Provisions, Etc., llal"yland.-B iack f ros t ed, .......................... 5t@ 6} Commo n ............................... -9 @ 10 i MIOdUng, .. .............................. 11 @ 12 MURRELL, CARUTH & 00., b x ., 2 e s.; A S c hw e rin, 25; J. S. W a t t 6 ; F. J Bahr y 10 ; R E. K e lly, 37 ; Kunhardt & C o., 3 ; W & S Butc h e r 1 ; S. Living s ton & Co., 5 ; Mulligan, Evan s & Co. 2 ; ord e r, 6 ; H Abbe z ari, 1 ; J. S imin g t o n 8 ; J M. C ebal los, 1 ; W. J. Dail y 1 ; S. W Morris, 1. From Man z anilla : Edmis to n Bros & C o 64 bal es ST. Lours, Jun e 10 .-Themarket continues to rule s t ea dy an d q ui te firm e s p ecially f o r leaf. The ex cess i v e dro u ght whi>ch is p re v ailin g over a l ar ge par t of t he W est, and threatens to serio u s l y injure the g r owi n g c rop tends t o make the market s t ill firmer. Receipts for the w eek ending t he 6th ins t 7 3 1 hhd s., against 733 o f t he prece d i n g w eek. Sal es 248 h h d s a n d 46 bx:s., ag ains t. 2 1 5 hhds the week previo us 12 6 hhds. h ol d e r s being unw illing to take c urrent rates. No c hange in p rices si n c e our1 ast r e por t. ARKENBURGH & No. 39 Pea.rl and Bridge Sts., NEW-YORK_ GENERAL Liberal Cash Advances made on Consignments. BRYAN,_ 35 and 37 Broad St., 14-26 WM. AGNEW & SONS, Tobacco and Commission Merchants, 284 and 286 F'ron t Street, NEW"-YORK, HAVE O N SALE A L L DESCRIPTIONS OJ< Leaf Tobacco for and Home U se. L eaf Tobacco baled in a n y package by h y dr au li e press foll' expor t 1 4-52 I 4-16 J T SULLIVA N & BRO., J .OBN MURPHY, Cincinnati, 0 ., N e w York. RoB'T HA.:mtJrON, N e w -York SULLIVAN, MURPHY & CO., TOBACCO FACTORS AND ; eneral No.103 Pearl Street, Near Hano ver Sqnare, NEW-YORK. ALSO Tobacco baled to order for Mexico and 4-16 West -Indies ROBINSON & CARTH, STERN, JONAS & CO., Commission LEAF i A oRSBACCO FOR TliE SALE OF Leaf an1d Manufactured Tobacco. 86 WA'rERSTREE'r, 30BN B. R O IIIIISOII 30IDl H. (}.A.RTH, NEW-YORK. 1 4-26 O F No. 178 Wate r Stree t, NEWYORK. 116 Pearl Street, Robt. Murr e ll, H 0 OaruUl, R. T. P ollar d :NEW Y -e.RK DAVID O'NEILL & CO., l!'OltEIGN AND D O M ESTIC I 19 Maiden lane, N E W YORK DJ. V ID O NJ!U.L 14-89 WJLLIJ.>r M PRICE 2ttn of lh FOR SALE, IN BOND OR DUTY PAID, 1 3 65 IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS, BY ROBERT E KELLY & CO., 34 B eave rstreet. Fine and goo d b rown .. .. .. .. .. .l2f @ 15 Fancy .......... ....................... -16 @ 20 Connecticut /!ud-lea:f. -Wrappers, ............................... 22 @ 40 Do selec t ......................... @ 60 Fil lers, ................ .................. 8 @ 12 R unni n g lots, ............................ -15 @ 22 D o. New C rop. W rappers, ............................... @ 22 Do. Se l ect, ......................... 25 (g) 88 Fillers, .......... ....................... li @ 1 0 New-Y()rk&edZecj.W rappers,............... .. ............ -16 @ 23 ... Runn i ng lots, ........................... 9 (!!) 14 &ed..Zeaf. -Wmppers, ............................... 10 @ 18 D o select ........................ 18 @ 24 Fillers, ................................ .. G } (!!) 8 Runninglots, ........................... 9 @ 1 8 Ohw W r apperi; ............................ .. -10 @ 1 2 Do select, ...................... ... -14 @ 20 Fill ers, ................. ................. 6 @ 7 Running lots, ............................ -8 @ 1lt Forctgn.-H n vana, Wrappers, (duty pai d ,) 1 50 H avana., assorted,. d o. 1 00 Havana, Fillers,........ do. 80 Yara., assorted, ....... do '1"""-85 C u ba, assorted,... .. .. d o .. .. 7 0 St. Do mingo, assorte d ... ( I n bond ,) .... 6 Amb eieli\&, G i ro n & Carmen, (in bond, ) 6 .Manujactur ed. T Ax P .A1D. O a,'i'a, and S s D est, nominal, .... 65 i\! edlum, do. .. 55 C ommon do .. 4 5 lO's, and12's-Best, ................... '65 Medium, ........... 55 Common, ... ...... 40 Half poUllds-(Dark,) Best, ............ 65 Do M e dium ........ liT Do Common, ........ 00 (B righ t ) Best.. ......... 9 0 D o M edium, ....... SO Do. Common ....... May Ap p le, F igs, etc.-{D rlght,) ........ S O Lady' s FlnK ers.-{Fine Bright ) .... 1 00 Pounds (West'n,) Extra Fine, bright, .. 1 10 Fine, ......... ... 85 i\!edium, ............. 70 Common, ..... M @ 8 @150 @ 110 @ 9 5 -80 @-12 @ 20 @ 70 @60 @ -50 @ 7 0 @-62 @-50 @-70 @ 62t @-M @ 100 @ -8li @ @ 1 00 @200 @ 1 50 @> 1 00 @-75 @ 65 From R e m e di os : Danforth, Kno wlt on & Co., 2 bbl s c i ga r s E xPORTS f rom N e w -York fo r the week end ing. the 13th i nstant-98 9 hbds 1 01 2 p kgs. crude an d 19, 052 l bs. m anufa c tured, o f whic h w e r e sen t to London-33 8 hhds. v a l u e $ 124 520. Li'/Jerpool--270 hhds $1 11, 900; 6486 lb s. mf., $ 2450; tota l va l ue $ 114,_3M. B u KIIN190 hhds. valued at ............ 1 28,050 49 h h d s. stems...... .. .. .. .. 8 8 0 2 881 CB ..................... 15,114 Tota l value, ......................... $46 9 66 H.u!mmG-260 c s. valued at. $ 1 250 118 bales,................... .. 4 6 78 62 do .. .. .. .. .. .... .. 2,228 5 cs. c igars,..... .. .. .. .. .. 8,052 Total value, .............. .. .. .. .... $11,108 Stocklwlm -101 h h ds. stems, $5964 .Ajrica-15 hhds., $7186 Oporto-4 hhds., $731 ; 1 cs., $50; total val ue, $78 1 Briti8h N. .A. Colonies-'7061 l bs. ma nf., $1846; 2 cs. ciga r s, $150; t o t al va l ue, $ 199. G IJutch West Indies 2 cs $185; 1532 lbs mf., $781; total val ue, $916. IJarnish West Indies-269 b xs. mf., $16'7. West Indies 1 5 t cs., $ 17'1'9; 920 l b s. m, $478; tota l v alue, $ 2257 French W e s t Indies-6 hhds $399 4. Cuba-3 0 53 l bs. m, $824. Hayti1 h h d $589; 200 bales $5590; tota l value, $6179. BostoN, J une 10.-The market contin u es witllOu t n o ti ceab l e c h ange. P rices for t he b ette r q u ali t ies of manufact ured are Transactions are li mite d io small l ots. Rece i p t s for the week, 232 boxes and 49 h h ds Expo r ts, 139 bxs.., 5 h h ds. 4 bbls. of which were se n t to Mauritius 121 b:xs. ; A f r ica, 5 h h ds ; Surinam, 4 bbl s. ; B r itish Prov i nces, 18 bxs. PIJRTLAND, June 10.-Th ere is no move, m ent whatever in the marke t. Ex;ports a n d i m por t s '(]uring the week, none. Exports d urin g t h e month of May 1100 cigars; i m po r ts, 5000 do. PmLADELPHJA, June 10.' r h e r e is to report i n the market beyond a more active-, inq u i r y a n d an i n creased fi rmn ess in prices. A m o ng the sales w e notice 25 h h ds. Mason county fine wrappe r s a t 20 cents, Penn sylva nia. seed le a f wrapper s at 10 a 30, and fille r s. at 5 a 7 Of b l a c k w h ich is very we quot e l:la l es of i nferior qualit i es at 30c a, 50c.; good and fine do. at 65c. a 75c and b right at 'Toe. a $1. ..

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Exports for the week ending June 8th, none; imports, 500 bxs. cigars. BALTIKORB, June 10.-The supply of MaryY.land leaf continues light, with good inquiry for export. Prices are fully sustained. Ohio .-nd Kentucky are also firm, at full prices. Tobacco l/M8. :.Jan. 1,186:S.-s&ockon hand .... ..... .............. 20,988 Inspected this week,.... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 946 Inspected prevlo1181y, ............................. 10,439 Total, ...... ................................ 82,828 :Shipments, foreign and eoutwlse. A ............... 11,606 arcels of common and medium leaf were which the stock of Yirginia leaf by 124 hogsheads, Virginia. stemmed by 84 hogs heads, and Kentucky leaf by 642 hogsheads, while the' stock of Kentucky stemmed was underBtated by 844 hogsheads, and Maryland by 174 hogsheads. These returns, however, may be slightly modified afier further revis ion, which is now being made. QUOTATIONS. Virginia Leaf, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. nominal. Strlpo,... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 18d. @ 21d. Kentucky Strips, ........... .. .. .. .. 18 1T Frosted Lugs,.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ll9 3 Sound do. .. .. .. .. .. .. 8 } @ 4 LowLeaf, ............... ..... 4i IS} Medium Leaf,.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6 T GoocUo Pine,.. .. .. .. .. .. .. 8 @ P Choice and Selectlont,...... .. 10 12 )(ewYorlt and Canadian Strips,......... 8 @ a Marylando,........ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1St @ H Ohio, .................................. 6t 8 OF STOCK IN THEW.AJ\EROUSIIS1 IUNE 1, IIICLODlliG .LLL NOT S.t.KPLED. ';? :e -.!!! 1885,.... 16 ll6 20,40:S 472T 24ST 27,691 1664,...... 153 249 7660 40211 11S,916 1868,.... .. 199 IS28 6052 11022 :S2s.t. 17,061 18112,.... 406 986 4684 4840 14, 828 1861, ...... 1794 196T 3087 6692 92!1 11S,781 BRUEN, May 27.-The tobacco report of the house of Carl Focke's Widow & Son (represented in New-York by C. W. Walter) gives the following account of the market up to this date. In these a grote is equal to one cent and one mill, very nearly, and the pound to 1.09 of our pounds: '' We have had agairi a dull week, and have only to report sales as follows: "Maryland.-142 hhds. ordinary oily and good ordinary, at 4i a 5t grt. ; and 78 hhds. good ordinary to brown leaf at 7 gr-t., which was a decline of more than t grt. hhds. sold, colory a.nd yellow, at 12t a 14i grt. "Kentuelmj.-No sales at all; 1200 bhds. were sold out of first hands to Spain. The last steamer brought samples of 28 hhds. of new crop, medium and fine s pinners, and good t" fine wrappers. They found general satisfaction, and the new crop is considered well fit for our market; 19t grt. was offered for this parcel, but about 22 grt. asked for it. "Sterns.-Dull, and without transactions. 'l:l ., ........ "' Stocks at May lT, 1863,.. 118 960 2i!T 2351 IS939 892 Arrivals by Columbll!l, ... .. 19 22 do, do. Jenny, .... .. .. 200 42 do. do. D. Bremen,. .. .. 200 118960 281 2851 63118 956 Sold and disposed, ....... 1 6 .. 270 1262 12 St.ocks at May 21, ........ 8 7 960 287 2081 5096 9!4 RoTTERDAM, May 23.-Further sales of Maryla.nds have been effected this week, em bracing 62 hhds. ex Casilda ; 26 ex Arnold Boninger ; 23 ex Colorado ; 'TO ex Duisburg ; and 24 ex Mozart-total, 195 hhds. At the public sales next Friday will be sold, among other parcels 53 hhds, old Mary land, and l'T hbds. Kentucky, 321 ceroons Havana, and 461 bales Porto Rico. We quote new conditions as follows: [In reducing these rates to the correspond ing values in our own currency, it will be recollected that a Rotterdam cent equals 4 mills, and a fiori n equals 40 of our cents. A kilogramme equals 2.20 lbs.J CentB. lliliYL&Nn-Col. and fine y.ellow, kil.,. 35 @ 87 Brown, ralr and good, ........ ... 2 8 @ 82 Ordinary, ....................... 19t 20 KxNTucn.-DIJrerent qualillea, ......... ...... 39+ VIRGU.'1A,-Heavy and ftne, .................. Middling, ................. ..... .. Orc!lnary, ........... ......... .... 19! @ 20 STEMs.-(per ISO kil.) Florin8. Kentucky, .............. ...... ...... 9 @ 11 Paoks, ............................ 6 @. 8 Home stripped, ......... l. ....... 7 , awarded to V. Black, of Mason county, Ky. CIGAR LEAF. Premiums oft'ered by t.be Louisville and Cincinnati Mall Boat Company. First Premium. -sllver Plated Ware, S71S, awarded to J. W. Elliott, or Bracken county, Ky. Second Premlwn.-Sllver Plated Ware, awarded to Bradford & Ware, of Bracken county, Ky. Third Premlum.-Silver Plated Ware, $20, awarded to Whip & Nourse, o f Owen county, Ky. LADY'S BEST HOGSHEAD OF LEAF. Premium otrered by the LoulsviUe and Henderson Pa.cket Company. Premium. -Silver Plated Ware, $12:>, awarded t o Mrs. J W. Rutjlford, of Ballard county, K y BEST TEN HOGSHEADS OF LEAF. Premium oll'ered by the Lonlsville Board o f Trade. First Premium.-l!Uver Plated Ware, $12:>, awarded to R B. Wakefield, of Ballard county, Ky. Second Premium, Silver .Plated Ware, $ISO, awarded to W. H. Penn, of B&llard county, Ky. Third Premlum.-SUver Plated Ware, *2:> awarded to F. Goldsberry, of Bracken county, Ky BEST FIVE HOGSHEADS 01' LEAF. Premiums offered by the Kentucky SU.te Agricnltural Society Flrot Premium.-Sii"* Plated Ware, tlOO,awardcd to J. Deeds, of Todd county, Ky. Second Premium.-SIIver Plated Ware, awarded to T. J. Bralne of Christian county, Ky. Third Premium. -Silver Plated Ware, $215, awarded to T. D. of Ballard county, Ky. BEST THREE HOGSHEADS OF LEAF, Premiums oll'ercd by the llll!slssippl and Ohio Transport ation Company. Fint Premlum.-Sllver Plated Ware, 5 awarded to Whips & Nourse, of Owen county, Ky. Second Premlum.-Sllver Plated Ware, ,4(), awarded to J. D. Walker, of Ballard county, Ky. Third Premlum.-Silver Plated Ware, t20, awarded to J. G. Dilwo rth, of Ballard county, Ky. BEST PRIZJ:D HOGSHEAD. Premlum.-Bilver Goblet, $20 awarded toW E. Wells, or Hart county, Ky. OLD CUTTING LEAF. Premiums offered by the Mississippi an
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THE TOBACCO LEA:B'. 3 J. B. CURTIS, J'. C.-STEilfEB. & CO., LOUISVILLE ADVERTISEMENTS. IUJftJJ'AOTURKR .A.M'D WHOLBIIALB DB.ll.D IK B. F. PARLETT & CO., WHOLJI:!I.t.Lll DIIALKRS IN J. D. HABIUGJ:I!. C. SoiiiiiiYDIIII. LEWIS BREMER & SONS, WROLBSALJI DBALliBS II! .MANUFACTURED anh :BtanufadunbH. WILKENS & 00., MANUII'ACTURERS OJ EDMUNDS &: BROWDER, FALLS CITY .Tobacco Factory, IJIAIWFA.OTUBIID AlfD FlliB-CtTt' CHEWING AND BKOKING TOBACCO, L f d S k T b Smoking, Fine-Cut Chewing To-ea an mo mg o aooos, b S ff. d c SEGARS, SNUFF" &c., Leaf Tobacco & Segars, :Nos. 118 A 110, Tblrd-st., Lolllsvllle, Ky, :o:OUR BRANDS. BIUOHT TOBA0008. Bt.AOIC TOUOOOe. ; SllDily Sout.h, lba. and !be.' Edmundl a: Brolfder'a choice ti'a. Navy, !be. i2'a. llonta111t Navy, lba People' Choice, lba. I lbs. ..--Old Buck, 14' t.nd lba. Old Buct, 19's and 12'1 Anna Belle, aad I be. Prairie l'arm, 10' aad )6lb& Golden Nectar, 4'a. I Green Rlnr lba. Blrd'a Bye, 4' Half Dime, 22'1. il'oeket Piece, 20'a. 18-41 W. WATKINS, BOX P : 0. ll66 LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, -ALSO--Dealer in all kinds of Leaf Tobacco, Meer schaum, Rubber, and German Pipes, and only Manufacturers of Genuine Black Hawk Cigars, NO, 118 WESTMINSTEBSTBEET, 13 .PROVIDENCE, R. L HARTFORD ADVERTISEMENTS. J.D.BURNJU.M&CO., l!U.NUF ACrURll:liS AND JOBBERS IN 4tammtrdal anh ir.ohun Speola.l aLiention paid lo Jllllng orders for TOBACCO, Tobacco, Snuff and Cigars, I.B.U or MANUFACTURED. BEF'EBENCES. Messn R. ANINBOll .t Co., New-York; WATTS, ORAD & NORTON, SUUGHTI&M.USIII "lfavana and Domestic Cigars, -.\.lin-TOBACCO, .AND M.UIUII'AC'rURI!RS O F ciGARS, L.B.HAAs, P. B. ILus, J. BMlllAN, H.B.H.us, :M. B. HAAB. URTFORD, CONN. DIPORTJIRS 011' AND DBALllll S IN Cigars, Foreign and Domestic LEAF AND JIAlroFACTURED TOBACCOS, 27 South Gay-street, (Oppos!Le Cuslom Honse,) No. 6
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.. THE TOBACCO LEAF. (ESTABLISHED 117 6.) ; rA. H. MICKLE & JSONS,_ EllCCJISSOBS 2'0 MRS. ;G. B. ;MILLER & 'CO E. ROSENWALD & BROTHER, P. TOBACCO COMPRESSED IN BALES, Il!POR'l'ERB J.ND KANUFACTORERS O F Jl[I'ORTER O F FOR TH E All Havan a & Mexican, West-India, -Central American, AND DIIJ. L ERS IN S E G A R S A ND OTHER x .uur:s:rs. L E A F T 0 B A C C 0, AN HAVA N A LEAF TOBAcco, Also, reputed ill hhds, at short notice, bf 145 Water-street 195 Pearl-street, New-York. cuT H R 1 E 1c. CO., aud j'uuff, t l ___ the sale o f V I r ginia Leaf an d 225 Front Street, N.Y. E $ T A B L I S H E 0 18 3 6 I 36 BROADWAY, W ilL E. L.l. W Jt B!ICB G o s B MtCJti&, EDwD. N 1 4 8 9 New-York. D. H;. M' ALPIN & II.I.IOU F.I.C1'IJJIDS OJ' '1'1111 C ELEBRATED FINE-CUT .I.ND Al.L KIN D S OF SMOKING TOBACCO, .AND D li.A LIIBS IN Segars Pi p es, Snuff, Plug Tobacco, &c & c ., &c. -MANUFACTORY A N D SALES R O OM: 196 B. HESS,. 196 D ULU Ill Connectioat Seed Leaf Tobacco, Havana .AK D Domestic Segars, 195 Pearl-at. (upst&lrs,) near Maiden-lane 9 lll NEW-YORK. J. M. MAYORGA, I)(l'():RTEB OY' Havana leaf Tobacco, 15-1'1 U CEDAR-STREET, NEW-YORK. Nos. 75 77, and 79 Avenue D p LORILLARD 1465 NewYork City. ARTHUR & CO., SNUFF AND TOBACCO SVOOESSe, C hina, Lai!a, and Wooc:UA Pauell.e61 Xateh Safes, et c etc. et c .l ND DR.l.LJ:RS Ill' ... UfD .1.LL O!'IDR sOIBRS' ARTICLIS, 51 Maiden Lane, UP BTAIBS, 6-18 NEWYORK.. I. HAMBURGER & CO., IMPORTERS O F Meerschaum, Bruyere, and qay PIPES, J.l!D .I.U. I -17 NEWYORK AN D AL L KINDS O F BALTIMORE TOBACCO WORKS. LEAF TOBACC O F. W. B ECK & 00. 192 Pearl .Street, SUCOESS ORS TO BECK & BAC HMANN, {late o f Ba l timore,) 1452 NEW-Ye.Bit. SAWYER WALLACE & CO. TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS, No 44 V esey Street, eomm iSSlOB Merchants, 3 1 5 NEWYORK. ADAMS & O SBORNE, sRoKERs IN L E A F AND MANUFACTURE D TOBACCO, Se g a r s, Liquori ce, Tonq u a B ea ns, E t c., No. 9 1 'Water Street, 2-14 N o 47 Broad S t ree t NEW-YORK. JOHN L DEEN IXPORTER AND DEALER IN F OREION' A N D DOMESTI C LEAF TOBACCO, 7 8 Wate r S treet, AND SEGARS. 122 6-1 8 N E W -YORK. L EVY & S ELIGSBERG, Connecticut AND I M PORTERS O F HAVANA TOBACCO. 246 Pear l Street, NEW YORK. t>-18 JOS. SCHEIDER, lll.lNUJ'ACTURER 01' ALL KINDS 011' SI(K!I i IPOBTBII ..lliD DJI.I.LJI& J!f Meerschaum, Briar, Wood, (variou s Kind s, ) India Rubber, Ohina, and L ava. Pipes. EniDish1 S cotch, Fre n c h and German OX...A.. Y' PZPEI& Segar 'l'nbes, Tobaeeo Potthes, Jljtt o Bags and Boxes. P IPE: STEMS, Anll : a large variety ot fancy articles appertain i n g t o t h e tob acco tr&de SOLE DEPO T F O R SHAKER PIPES AND KOSSUTH B OWLS. N o 9 0 'Water Stre et, 2-14 NEW-YORK. 48 NA. S SAU STREET. LEo N S A CHSE. r ecently p a t ente d in the Unite d States and Europe-,. and but littl e tim e in use, has give n ENTIRE. SATISFACTION to all w ho ha-ve g iven it a trial Its c on s t ruction i s s imple, and yet s o s trong, tha'C' it i s impo ssi b l e for it to get out of o r d er; and ino prac ti ce i t is pro-ved that TWO THIRDS THE-. TIME AND LABOR e xpend e d on handmadesegars I S SAVED b y its use. S eg ars made b y this mac hin e can n o t b e di s tinguish e d from those made by h and. The y are EVEN and SMOOTH SMOKE FREE, and can b e mad e of an y shap e and. s iz e. N a rrow and tender wrappe rs c a n be wo:rrkedi to a d vantage and SCRAPS tha t could not b e used b y hand lab o r can b e worke d into the filling. I t is eco nomical, and can b e wo r k e d by a child who, aft e r but litt l e practice can make fro m 1 60()o to 2000 segar s p e r day. The n ecessi t y for such a machine a.t the present day, whe n thetaxes are large and the co s t of labo r and materw so advanced, is apparent; and it i s very m uch n ee d e d to enab l e segar manufacture rs to reduce the cost of their go

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