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


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

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C. PFIRSmNG, PUBLISHER,} No. 142 Fulton. Street. Vol. 1. BUSINESS DIR.CTORY OJ' THB TOBACCO TBADE. -:o:-. NEWYOBJ[. TOB.A.CCO W .lR&HOUSES. Agnew Wllllam, & Son, !Sit aDd 2M Pront-atreet Arkenburgb & Bryan, 3t5 &nd 81' Broad. Bacon, Clardy &: Oo. 181l'euL :Bergmann"' J. H., &:: Co. 14T Water. Bering er, L. & Water. Burnett A hu r 6\l Broad Oardot:o, A.. n .t 169 :Front. C o nnolly & Co., 4!S w&t.er. Ora.wf ord, E Ill., 4 Co., 121 and 128 Pront. Deeo, Jobn L., 78 Wate r. De Pord. 'l'ba.yer .t Co., 44 Wakr. Duboi .. V andenooTt A Co ST Water. FalleDMln. Obu. B. A: Son, 66 :rroot. W. 1! 189 PearL Ga1l, Ax .t Kuebler, 113 and 175 Wiler. Ot.ueri & BroUler, 15T Bowery. liar&, George 8 .t Co.. 89 Pearl and 28 Brldee. Danme1er J O .t. A: Oo., 11'6 Pe&rl. Heald 1: i!lUer, l 'i6 Wa.ter. Blclu, .Joaeph. 82 Water. Hillman, G. W. Co., 108 i'ron,, Hlrscbhorn, 8. A: Clo., 140 Peart and 108 W&ttr. HoiJaoder, F.lelsber & C'!:t 149 Water, Hunt, H. W .tOo., 181 water. KeUy, Robert E. .tOo., 84 BeaYer KJog, o. K .t Co., 24 Brood. Xremelberg &: Oo., 180 Pea.rl. Le-rlnt. 'H. H. 1 161 Peart IA Y a; 8ellgsberg, 246 Peul. Llndhetm Bro s & Co .. 28 Courtlandt. Jl&llor7 .t Doonan, 3 Water. M..,..., Joa. 1: Son, U2 Water. Korrll, H M., 89 Pearl and 82 Stone Caruth&: Co. 116 p_,.l Norton. Sl&bghter .tOo. 40 Broad Ober, Naoaon A: Co. M Broad. O'Neil, D&f'ld A Co., 119 Malden--lane. Paullt.ch & Lanse, 46 Ltberty. Prlnee I; Ba.chraeb, 849 Peal'l. Ra.waon, Brtdgland .t Co., 41 Broad. ReilmaD.D &: .1tappe1 179 P earl. Roblmon A: (larth, 112 Water. 192 Peart Scbubart, R. & CO. 146 Water. Bmlth, Palmer A: Co ., 110 Wa&er. Snoddy&: Howard. 71 Broad Bro\hen, T6 Halden LulL Stela, A .1 19T Duuae. S&.eru, JonaeA: Oo. 178 W.ter. 1!ulllna, illlurpb.Y .r. Oo., TaekmaDD .t Cofeu, 6 Pla.tt.. Ve&&.frlelo, Tt .. H. & Som; 128 Water. Watt., Craoe .. Oo.,48 Br.otid. Well&belm, IL &: Co,.ln l!earl. TOBAOCO DROI:ml& OaliJCh, Chu. Jr., 1113 Pearl (Jarman, A. 1' 11 8 Wa\er. Eadie .r. ll&rrloll, 181 llfaldioa.lalle Ertbeller, M1 1t4. Water. l'l.leller .t Redewald, 2 Gam, J a, se Wall. .. Rader, M. SoD, 160 Pearl. V&.D Pell, A. H., 126 W&Ler. JUllf'W7J.CTuaa. ApplebJ'I Sou, 183 Water. Beet. '1. W .t 0!)., 1!4: Vtoeey, Quey, Cwim.tlre & Co., 88 Haldeu-La.Ae. Vlllcheaier 4: Co., Gl Bower.r. Gllleo.der, AnhUr .tOo., 114-111 Llbert7. P. A., & Bro : 188 and lSG Dua.ne. ttooaW'Ul, W. H. 4 Co. 20T and. W9 Wat.ar. BoJt, Tbomaa & Oo., 4M Pearl. LUlenLh&l, 0. R 21T. 219, and Lorlll&rd, P. 16 18 aDd 20 Obamben. 14' Alpin, D.. ii .i: 76, TT1 and 79 A. UDU.I D .. Me&agar M. 17Sl Waur. :Mlckle, A.. li .t SOni,' 80 Broadway. MOll & l'allr., 1 BurHnl"'llP Seheida, .Joaepb, 246 and :.t4S O&nal. St.r.UOO, J'obnL 61 Deanr. W.U., H. H., 10 &wery. Watu &: Llpmaa, l6 Whl&tam & LaWHnce, 895 Pearl. lllPOR'J'EBS ANb DllLEe. Barber &: Dunlop, MB PtiarL BoDd7, 0 .t M 808 Boery. Oblokbaue, Chula T., 178 Broadwa. ,_ Oolell, It, 1011--l'bbe r & M O edar. Heu, B., Ptarl. LtcMenateJn BrotherL 84 and 91 Bow_,. Marcu1, Alexander, 8T and 8t BOwery Ya7er d: c.;o., liSa Front. Kqorga, J'. l:l., 1' Cedar. Mlrand&.,ll'eHx, 198 PearL Oatman l Reld1166 Water Roeen.wald &. a; Bro 140 W&kr. Salomon, M. a: E., 178 PearL Salomon .1: Elkins, 148 'IV.tor Wellbacber,P. 19G Peart DIPORTERS OF FJ1'ES1 ETC Bo1Jr:eo .t Sler tee, G'l Maldeo.-lane. Demuth Wllllam A Co.. i8 r-od 80 Hambu r ger, 1" .t Oo., M Malden-lane Kaufmann Hroe a: Bondy, 61 Mald e o-lan e Lear, Oaear H., 90 Water. Lol)e Pogulburg, 40 Llben,r. lKPORTERS AND !l.A.'NUI'ACTURKRS O F Cn:Jl:RS' .. Anlhel, S .t Co 4.8 Be&vtr Berg .t Oo., 4o'l9 Broadwq. Del"'l..telD, S.1 109 PearL Keltner, L., Wllllam. Moae' ,A: Hlnch, 188 Pearl. LICORICE P .UTE D&ALDS, i'raucla, A.. P.., 101 W&t.er. Gomes, Wllllll .t Co 29 .t 81 8oaJh Wtlltam Gruod, I!'. k Otrero, 118 Peart Morrll, H. M.., 99 Pearl. LICOIUCI: POWDER DIU.LRilS. Weaver .t Sterry, 16 Pl&tt. BJ:&DLIAII' TOBACCO tN S PII:OTION, IJode, P C., 76 Gi'eenwlch-ttreet. TOBACCO PUSS. Guthri e & C o 1 2'2:) IU.NUPJ.crtJURS OP OlGAR BOIES. Wlcte, Geor,e, i6 WiUelktreet.. ... B<illlOBB. TOBACCO WAlLEHOOBES, Beck A Rolsteln, 67 South Gay, Brauns, F. L., & Co. De Ji'ord, Vb&rlell D. & Co 8T South Gar. Glest.e & Niemann, 16 SOuth Ch&rleL Gunther, L W., 90 Lombard. V.&.NUJ'.lOTUUAB, Jl:l'C. Beck e r .t Bros., N Lombard. BoleDIUJ, G. H 202 West P.ral.l. Feigner, P W 90 &nd 9t South Charlet. Gall, G. W ... AI, 98 Ba.rre-st.reet.. Kyen, Wm. H .t Bro. 14.7 West. Pratt. Parlett, B 11' .1: Oo., 92-Lombard. Req..,.,, J J k Son, 68 Sooth Gar. Bolenfeld, 8. &; Oo., to 8oa&b Ga7, Schroeder, JoL 81 hchaDJo Place. Weltb1 Wm .t &n1, t'l' Souih Gay. Wlllr..ena 4: Co.1181 Weat. Pratt. DROK:US. Lnerlng, D. A; Co 8 (]heapaide. llANUl'A.CTUURB o:r PIPKS 1 ftC. l'erguaon, Gehring .t Co :S1 OlaJItrtft. BLOO.M:.li'IELD, OOIIN. PAOKBRB AND DULIRS. :rtUey, J. H. & Co. BOlTON, llANUFACTUBKR91 J:'J'C. Adams, Batchelder ,t Oo.1 G. Oh&t.bamI'OW'. Ba.-t, Wm. A., 8lac1m00e-s&reet. Oarrut.b, H.&: C o. 48 Hanover. Clark, Bre1rv .r. Booth MarkeL Elohberg A EUer,16i .alt. :l'kber A Co., 98 Ceo&ral Wh&rf. Sam11el .t Brother, 6 OourHqaare. CHIC& GO. llANUJ' -'.OTUBDfJ,. Bea.rt.t 0. B., 2651 and ill 8ta.te-stleei. HuUen a Dleterk:ha, 'T Sou&h Wuer, Bothtchlld 4: Adler, 69 South Wa&er. Van Horn, Murr&y a: Oo., 8T and n South Water;. V.NCINNA.TI. TOBACCO W ABDOUSKS. BodmiLDn, Charla, &T-18 Waler. Bt81beara, McLaushllD Oo. 46 OueJ, N90oan A: Oo., 26 Vln.e. B,ftr, 9earre ,a Oo. 16 8eooDd. Morris & Cb&ll&nt, tOO, lin, azullf).J Weat :rronl. Pllter & 14 Weat l'rent. llarP,At., L. n, a. Oo., 81 WalnuL IJO'OBTIBS, llA..NUJ'ACTUR&BB, .J.ND DU'LKU. Buoey, Green Oo.,48 M:em. Baudm.J. .t Bro., 111, 118, and liS& Pearl. Kn>hD...,..., w""' Fourth. ll&llaJ', Richard 1= w ... lleoood. Newell, a B., 11k-=1t11 Kolll, and IV Bam1110Dd. ...... Goldomllh, ll08 Wolnnl. .Roberta 4 J'ohnaon, 188 Wen Columbia Bpeace Brothen .t Oo., Gil-Thkd, 8uWnn, J. T. a: Bro 89 Race. H.I.BT.li'OBD, CO'!rN. M .UiUrACl'OR.IlUI ABD DU.LDS. Brown a: Zwenartt., ilt mue. Bnrnham, J D. a: eo. 77-1t AJrlum. Out, 8. 8. 1: Co. L e8_.Aiylu.m.. -...aa ............. S.=Ha!D. fanh&DI I< B.._, 1188 Klac, D. W 1114 l!la&o, -. B .r. z. K., llll-m l!tat.eo Woodrd, Jooepb a, !1118 IIWe. LOVQTILLE, 'l'OU.OOO W AB&BOVS.n. JraDcke &: IUer, 4:24 Maln. Glonr & Oo., Jloln. Pbelpl, Oalil : well A: Oo., oomer Kala. IDd. Tath. JU..NUFAOl'O'&D81 ftC. U..unda .t Bro1rder,11l8-llllt'hlrd. Bort, lllqg "' Co., 101 audtllUocoad. Jla7er Bro&bel'l 904 J'lftb. lpoldltlg, D., .. &no, llllt-itl ChapeL, 8paldluc, J G. a: Bro., toe Market-. Wllle&l, 1 a., 117-m rldnl. IWlirlll w-. Bactaor, McCammon" Co. 8T NonJL Water. Co-"' Soa.lllloullli l'rollt.. -lii llortll Walor. ,...,c ... dfii'!Ol'llllival. Organ of the Tobacco of the United States. 1 M c Dowell A: Duncan, 39 Norlb Waklr. I Sank, J. lUn&ldo .t (]o., Sl North Wat.er 1 l Vettet1eln A Oo., 111 Areh. )UNOF.&.OTURJ:RS, DE.llli:R81 ftC, Ba\chelor Brother'l;ilST North Third. Lewll & Boo, 822 Nort.h Third. Dou.gla.IJI, J"obn, 18 North St.th. Elobhols Bro\ber&, 182 No1111 Thlrd. l'rechle, A. M 280 Arch, H&gen, Boyd&; Oo., 61 N orth Third. Hare, Thoma.a, Second. Ln.r Brot.ben, M6 North 8ecoDd. lla.rlner, Jaco b,188Nor&b Third. Mitchell, TeYla .1: Oo., 2T North Thtrd. 8m1t.b Bro&hel'111 121 Nolih Tblrd. Stoi U A K., corner Third and BuUOQ.WOOd. Va.n Beb&lck, B. A. 508 Ch4S&nul. Wl&t.h&u.J, E. L 20i North :rroot. BOCHEITEB, N. Y. JIA!iUJ'ACTUURS. lluaieit .t K imball, (4, Mala. IT. LOUII!I, lllO. TOBACCO w .AU ROUSES. I JlooLh, Edward B., North Second. Boolb, J. W. Sollll, lllll-1lffi Norlk Sooond.; Dameron Bro\ben A: Co., 168 Nor\h 8ecood. Grantba.m, a A. .t Oo. North Second J'ohnaon, R. M., corner of Sinh and Waahlngt.oD Murnr, Andrew, A Co 87 North Le'fee. Rbodua, Th oma. 91 North 8eoood. Samuel, 6 2 Commercial. :W:..\XUJJ.CTURERB AND UlPOltfi!tS1 m'C. : OaU1n, D., 108 North Secolld. Dfeterlcba, L. A. A: Broa 1 83 No rth Th.lrd. Domrluer, 0 A: R .t""e.., 110 North Second. :Jrledman, M. A: Co., 85 Nort.h Second. Llg1eU .t Dauaman, 12 Sou\b Second. .. iO: Mala. Schroeder, l:;Opotd1 (i9 Cbettnu& A.ullln, WDllam L. JOSEPH HICKS, Commission Merchant, MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, lf o. S2 Water-Street. !21 NEWYORK. ROBINSON & C6RTH Commission Merchants J'Oll. TEE SALE OJ' Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco 1'12 WATER-STREET. JC8JI B. BoaniSOI!I'. JOD' H. NEW-YORK. DUBOIS, VANDERVOORT&: CO., :ommi$-hlu Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco 37 Water .Street, B. VaoderviJtlt'i, ODrneli uJ Du Bois, } Ca>-loo A. Butler. NIWT R. H. OBR, New-York. R.l'. DBIR, f A G 0B2B, S. N.UISONJ. New-Orleana. l:lt .LOuis. OBER, NANSON &. co.,-Commission Merchants, Ito. A8 BROAD 8TKEE'I'1 l'il3'l1JW'.,i!llil::!:o !i!ANSON, OBilR & C O S'I'.Lom!. OBER, ATWATER & CO., N:sw..ORLE..ura. A. H. CARDOZO & CO., 'TOBACCO No. 169 Front Street, A II. C.AROOZO, { NEW-YORK. Particular attention paid to the sale ot other 14-:J.-l Western Produce HEALD & MILLER, TOBACCO NO. 176 WATERSTBEET, NEW-YORK. J, &aaa.Aca. VIRBINIA TOBACCO WORKS PRINCE & BACHRACH, IUlflrr.!onraau or Plug, Twist, and Fancy Tobacco. .t.KD .t.t..SO No. 349 Poa.-1 Street. 81ill'We VORI!t. RAWSON, BRIDGLAND &: CO., TOBACCO & COTTON FACTORS, ... General Commission Merchants, Jt'O. n BROADSTREET, !I. 010. 8.. lUST. 1,V.B'!ll'HT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1865. DE FORD, THAYER & CO., Commission Merchants, AND DliLXJUJ IN Manufactured and Leaf T obacoo, Segars, &:c., .tee., 44 W.A.TERSTILEET, New-York. lF' U. 8. Bonded WarehOUie, Sid DlArlc&, New York Bblppen cao forward us &b.elr g oodl IX oowD," witbou& p repayment of the es:cla e tax. CillYIM, W .t.TTI & Co., lf ew--OrLMo, La. BaOWlll', DUlCEKUO!f & Co., W. C WATT& tl: CO., Jtyaunill, I Q d. Li'llorpool. liu1. w B SKODDT, LouinUle, XT SlfODDY & HOW: TOBAOOO, OOTTOli, POllK, No. n BrotUI SAWYER, WATTS, CRANE & CO., ommiuiou .o.B TJIB a..a..a or Tobacco, Cotton, and Western Produce. No. 43 Broad St., ftew-York. AdYancce made on eon1lgnmente to our boule in 16-11 Llnrpool, W C. Wallo & Co, -------, WM. AGNEW & SONS, Tobacco and Commission Merchants, 284 and 286 Front Street, Jf'EWrOBI, RA. VK Oil au .l.I.L DISOIUP1'10NS 07 Leaf T.pbacco for Export and Home Use. r-t' Tobacco baled in any package by hydrau-llc pnt111 for nport. 1'-'!i r T. SuLLITA.lf & BBo., Jolllf l!URPRT, Cincinnati, 0., New-York. RoB'T .H..i.KlLTOM, New York. SULLIVAN, MURPHY & CO., TOBACCO FACTORS .um Stntral Qfommission Jlltrthants, No. Pearl Street, Near HIUlol'w Square, NEW-YORK. ........ Tobacco baled to order for Mexico and West-Indies. Smith, Palmer & Co., 411D IOBDDI or LEAF l .. OBACCO, lfo 170 Water..treet, H. IDilTR, Connection!:' Seed-Leaf Wra.ppflt,-. F. L. :BRAUNS & 00 .urn KREMEL:BERG & 00., TOBACCO NEWY -&Rlt. 800 cut& Licorice P1Ui&e, qullt.r, direct lmportaUoo, toT sa.le, In bond or du&y paid, In lots to u.lt purchaler.. r L. BBAUlil! .i CO., No. 11 Baltimcwe. :BACON, CLARDY & CO., aud :otton lattor,;, COMMISSION M.ERCHlftTS, .A..ND DI.U.DI I!i Heavy Western & ffi&rksville Leaf, 181 W J BACON, W. D. CLARDY, J. 8. PARRISH, DB. J D CLAliDY. 111-H New-York. :roa..,.. LEAF AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, No.' 45 Water Street, Cn.u. Jl. CotnroLLr, .JJL, } J.o.o. 11. G.o.Mtna, W. ALI:x. Bua, le.M Ncrw .. York.. THE ,CITY TOBACCO AGENCY, No. I 08 Front Street, NI!WYOBK. -:o:G, W. Hillman & Co., Commission Merchants, AXD J.CO:KTII I'OB TBll 0 .. MANUFACTURED TOBAOOO, Have alW&Ja oa baud a large anertmeot er li&Du-tactnred Tobacco. Por oale on llberal terms. John C. Havemeyer & Bro., TOBACCO H. w. HUNT &, co: Tobacco Commission Merchants, 167 WATER-STREET., 11 Central "Wharf; Bo,ston. a. w. Bon, 2V--M 1 B', a.umou. S. HIRSCHORN & CO., AND l! I r i @l I t Q) Nos. 140 Pearl-st & 106 Water-st., (Near Wall -J&reet,) NEW-YORK. CHAS. B. FALLENSTEIN &. SON, TOBACCO AND GENERAL Commission Merchants, NO. 66 FRONT-ST., ll. Y. Alooo(.A.genb t o r Wll. BRANDT S SONS 1: CO., London Ubera adTaDceJ made on coDJlgnmenta to tbem of Tobac co, Coi&on, and Tallow. 29-81 J.H. BERGMANN & CO., C-on'\.mvt. %\.o\\. 1\\ \ 'i> IIIIPOaTUB .A.KD WBOLK!I.u.& DEALER S Ill' Scotch, Geman, and Dutch and Domoatio Leaf Tobacco, A lao, lmporten and Manufaduren or SECARS, No. 147 -NEW'I"OBK. BURNm &. FUNKHAUSER, Tobacco& Cotton Factors, .. ; Leaf' To 'baooo Sole .M:aoufacta:ren or the ...,,. u = oJ' 116 Pearl. Street. cvnli.ATED BOUQUET DOXDIG TOBAcco L "A p T Q J A c c Q' llobt. IIIUt'!'Oll, .0, l441 WATD-ITDB'r, Tob&cco (Ill bond or duly p&ld) In quandtleslo snll pur A Bll.. OT OarulhP-" 1 U !JIW T -Gilt, (troar cbalero. Orden received tor nr b....,d of Impo""d lle-......N. -----.: p.re, at to per eeni. 1 .. &ban the market, price. INDlA.N 6 G No. 39 Pearl and 28 Bridge St&, NEW-YORK. GAIL, AX & KUCHLER, Tobacco and Commission House. DEPOT 0.11' b .\{{. GAlL & AX'S HANUFAf..."TURE8, BALTIMORE. 173 41176 Water Street, l&-1>4 0. K. KING & CO., Tobacco Factors .._ND DAVm O'BEILL & CO., I'ORIDQK AND DO!o08TIO 1 19 Malden lane, NEWYOBX. D.tt111 O'Km.r.. I ..at 600< BALES OLP QUALITY Jalmna roa s.u.z. ]]( BOND OR DUTY PAID, :liGURES COllltanU7 on band or c&rved to order. H. so. ..... li!'AW ynnr Clolchuler' cdeb"'-'1 &otch Snu6 tor pr ... mug lhe a MDII ..... D'Zl and dipping pu.rpoaes The Bnd 1a known all over -----------'==.;;.::..._,..::...::..:==. \he eoautry, and Ia manufactured expnqly for lhe &bon purpou. ll can be had by Ute bg, halt barrel, or barrel fa11e7 StnokiDI Toba.eco of all kinds, &a &lao a lood aelec:l.lou of hDOJ ARKENBURGH &-BRYAN, ....::m=:..=IL-=CJBt=CJUII=tu:::.... _.......::80..:..:.-M__::w:::..." ::.::' ...., :.:.::"L::_. W. H. FREY, Jti:U.D ..LIP OOlUIIIBtolll XtlltOBUT II' 81 and 8'1 Broad St., Jraf ill. hn>onT DUTY.-Leaf. M ceote per lb. ; manu rae tnred eo cent pe.r lb. Ci2an nlaed at or Ji.:.\'88 per M., 75 ceots per lb and cent. ad v&lorem; m er $15 and not mer 130, Sl.i5 per lb. and oo por cent. ad valorem; oYer .$80 and not over 145, 12 per lb. and I)() per cent. ad valorem ; over 145. as per pOund nnd 60 per c eot. ad valoreJn. An &ddlUonal duty of 10 p e r cent. ad valorem Ia levied on all lmporte unde r flags thnt bave no reclproeal treaUee wttb the United States. Exc1sa 'T.lx.-Leaf, tree i manut'actnred Cavendi sh, Plngt. Twlt. 40 centa per )I), Tobacco iWlBted or prepare u for usc by hand.30 ceute per lb. All kinda Flniit Cut, 40 centll per lb. Smoking, 35centa per lb Smok tug, DlAde of eteme, 1G eeote Cigan 110 per M. Ctgarettee, 5 per cent. ad valorem. SD.uf!' J ceots lb. No. 30. PAID. 6'1, l'&, and S'a-Bellt, oo.tolnal, .... -{ij--Kedlam, do, @CommoD, dOt. --@ lO't ,andl2's-Beet, ................... 60 @ -'661-. :g t= Halt pou.n,la-(Da rk,) Best., 60 @M Do. Medium, ..... ClO @-55 Do Common, ....... 40 @ -415 (Brlgb,,) ll. .... @-20 (Brlr ht,J lleot, ........... AI> @-ro Do. Med ium, .. -40 @-Oomm oo, ...... 2 6 8 5 Pounda(We! t e rn)-Extra. 8 no., b r igh t .. 60 @-G6 :_: :g Llghi Pressed ( W estem}-lPtne, ........ n onlf n al. Medium, ..... -do, Oomm o o, ... do. N e grobead TwtsL,. .... ............ 2 5 @ -4 0 THE TOBAClClO IIARKET. Oiu<>r.-(Domeaue.) Seed and Ha.vana., perM., ............. M 00 80 00 DOID!:ITIC, Cle&J" Hanna, do ... .......... 8 0 00 105 00 Do. Oonne c tieut Seed, ...... 00 55 00 lep&. liO.-Wutfrn .L.a" Do. do. 8econdo, ....... ._ ... 86 00@ <16 00 h be V N e -;-York Seed Conn. Wrapper-a, ..... :so 00@ 8S 00 as en less active during the post week, Penn. do. do. d o .. .. .. 211 oo @ so oo and we have to report sales of only about one Oblo. do. do. do. ..... w 00 @ so o o Common Clgal'l, ...................... 14. 00 @ 25 0 0 thousand hogsheads. There has been noma Bavan& 8lloonov. baum & Co., 52 ; H W. Hunt & Co., M ; Tl'ub.Y 1114-... lnp,. .. ---Weit & Co 10. llonad lop,.. .. .. .. .. .. .. @ 6J T Low kat,........ ..... .... 7 @ 9 Statement of receipts for the weeks ending ::edlam Aeai''Mt,"" '" ..... 10 @11 1-4 Tcf. Ilhd i P k g ood to ne I ......... li @10 1 SepLember u .............. 1,981 8,1 08 Q:aolce aeket.tooa, ........ 18 @90 92 (SI28 SepMmber It .......... ... 8 014 4 5 71 Do.-Hea.,.leaf. S.poembtr ............... W !1,026 ,1139 Tr:1udt'rolled lQII, .. A.aptttt ................ 89 5,204 : 1: ......... ................. 2,269 8,876 illledlumJA&J l '''""" 18 18 21 lli!POR'I'B. Good to ftne J..e&r, 18 8 ft 26 .. f.8 71 Consignmenta froUl Ht.vana: F e lix Mira n -Brown and ...,..led, ....... .. .' .. .. 8 @ 10 da, 18/i bales ; J ans'en, Schmidt & .Rupe( ti Good fine red aod apaarled. ..... .. 11 @ 14 rtneyeUowlll4tucy .............. -11 w 186; Oatman & Reid, 47; H. Knig h t, 158; ..ICon4,) e fit-liO Cm:clpcooMo ot pro4-.... ,ooolldled. lltrlclpen 01pro. ...... ....... ............ .. .. s,otz .. --.-........ -.... __ ..., ____ r ...._ \

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Imports for tha month O bales, $1455; 8878 lbs. mr., $2436; total, $8891. Br1tult. Weot hhds, $2298; 16 cases, $562; 107 bal es, $1920; 9297lbs. m, $9520; total, $71195. Ouba-50 cs., $1800; 10,187 lbs. mf., $2247; total, $4047. Hayti-22 bales, $1!80. Bri.tiBh 1bs. m, $780. Oentr{ll.AmeNca-8 ca., $168. New GrM the low quahttcs, whlch Sales of the week, 908 hbds., with rejection 1 JVOreover, were sold a V a.forther sltght ueellne of pnces on 8 2 hhds. Of the imtne aml ha bght stock oo ho.lld. TJ>e market is none ve arnved yet, two of; them, how-firm both for tax.pa.id and bonded. SalM ever, are about due, oand on thell' am val we homo trade have been qu1te active, at I market to d1sp1p' 8 very antmated full rates. Receipts, 12 hhds, 1296 bn ; tone. exports, 146 cs. to Bombay, 61 hhds. to What of V lrgmia stems of desirable qual Afri 5 hhds. to Oayenne 6 bales 8 half 1ty these cargoes are ,to br1ng on our market bale::o Hayti, and 6 hhds' and 14' bxs. t() wilf l1l) deubt also meet with a ready sale. the provinces. '! not. only Judge. so froqt the general de mand, but al8o from some sales lately effect ed of @!Jil!U paa-cela brought oo by vessels from Balt!IOQ.te In all160 hhds. were sold Lynchburg article brought 10 rth 1 brown quality from 7t 1 th to 8t rth., and the common run of stems from 6 rth to 6l rth. To obtain rates 1t wants, however, a good conditioned article wluch IS free from licori<;c, Common sauced and mouldy will be very to plape even at iL low In the face of hberal supphea from Vtrg tma., Kentucky stems are of slow sale, a very common artjole sold as low as ;rth., and sweet flavored Missouri at from 6l rth, to 7t rth, whlch ts agsm lower PORTLAND, Sept. iu,-There i.s no noticeable movement m the market; trans! actions bemg very ltmtted o.od confl.neil to the 1mmedtate wants of tlH> trade. ImpOrts "fdex porta none PHIL.&.8BLPHU, 8"'J>t .16,-'l:be !Bat ket for leaf 1s qmet, and pnces unchanged We note sales of fiO cs Pennsylvania seed leaf fillers at 5tc aod 18 bs. Oh10 leaf atl lOc W c q,uote llarylamd commoq to mtddhng at lSc. a 9tc. ; good, 12c. CJ'16fc.; Ohlo l common, 5c. a 7 c ; broW'Il and spangled, &:I a 10c. ; fine yellow, 16e. a 20c. ; nia seed leaf wrappers, llc. a 18j-c. ; fillei::s, 5lc. a 7tc.; Cuba., 80c. a 9Ge. ; Yara,1 t1; Havana fillers, 85c a $1.16; wrap pers, $2 a $3 50 Ma.o'Ufactuied is in good demand, esfl<'cia1l all desirable descr1ption11 For these aottf fuii rates are being realilzed. Inferior sorti are dull, and rule 'ftol'iously from 2oc. a 50q We have to report some large sales pf; work at 6!ic a 75c. Holders are ail>vaocing tbe1r demands, but thus far buyers.have not y1elded td them. Exports, non(\.,, BA.LTII!IORB, llep&, 16. -The mark t contmues steady, mth rrather limited sales, mostly to Mary land R:entncky is very quiet, owmg to the firmneas oof holde1 Oh10 IS moderately acti.ve., and we of 900 hlids at $'1' a t17 fer :abtterdam, a;d oO hhds. common brown at $8. Inspectwns this week are unusuaUy, large, amounttog to 1896 hhth. Harrland, 897 hhds. Ohio, 101 In 'Maryland leaf the busmel!s 1 on p. small scale, barely 1100 hhds. hanng been sold. ))estrablequahtywould be,eager Iy purchased, and probably fetch trve PJ'I,ElS. Very rarely, however, sueli pears m market, the maJpr part of 1mportl! being of a heavy aod teat', wl\lch dealbut very reluctantly take hold of. It is difficult to gtve accurate quotations, aales running from l>t grt. to 7t grL for ordinary common to good ordinary, and grt. to 9t git. for cqmmon to good browq No li&!es of ground-leaf, the stock which teliu.ms m tim hands being of v.ery mdift'erent quality and in unsafe conditiOn. Sales of Ohto are 11ot worth meotioping The trade are waiting-f; IS m demand, and brings htgh prtee, to "1t. 16 grt. for superwr, 14 grt. for firsts, and from 10 grt to 11 grt. for seconds, common quahty, however,-I S of slow sale, especially of the last crop, which does not bring above lll Ot and 7t grt. respectively for supenor, flr.ts, and seconds; wqereas some tcmammg lots of the crop Of 1863 are worth from 1 t grt to 2l grt more Stocks m fi1s t hands 11,560 bales Co!um bta, const stmg of 6600 Ambalema, 4040 Gt ron,and 920 Carmen, 321l7hales Cub-a; 1144 hales Hanna, 565 b a le s St Dommgo, Portonco, none, 132 bales Mexwan 111748 bales Braztl baskets V ann as, Fl onda, none AN'r'vERP, Sept. 2.-!rlie market re mams unc hanged, and we ba.ve no tu.ns nc liOns from first h!UldS to report duung the past" eek Resales are also of but httle 1m 1 On the 6th of Se p tember there wtll be offered at pu)>hc sale 12 hhds: Kentucky 1m ported per Adele from New-York, 9 hhds. per J Gummmgs from New York, nnd 2Q. bales assorted Havana arrtved per Saetn Receipts during the week 198 bales per S1eguodo Almtrante frem Havana, 1 bale from Hamburg and 88 hbds from Holland. Recetpts dunng the first the year arE\; as follows I From New-l:ork, 2181 hhds, 55 hales, Jlavana, 6189 bale s Manilla, 1258 bales; St. DoiDingo, 2879 ceroons Constantinople, '775 balbs; Genoa, 400 bales, Buenos Ayres, lllf bales; France, 891 bales, HaD) burg, 109 bales; England, 177 hhds, 2368 bales-total, from January 1st to Augnst 31st, 1865, 2398 hhds, 14,121 ba.Jes; and for same time in 1864, 2598 hhds 11,288 bales. QUOTATIONS Kentucky-tat qu"lity (pert kil ), 2d do 8d 4th do Vll'guua and Maryland are enbrely waot mg, and we om1t quotations. A.l!ISTEJIDA.lll, Sept. z,-Recetpts dur ing the week, 41 bbds. Mljrylalftl 14' maoia Sale.s from first hands, 105 hhds Maryland A large part of the vanous de scrtptlons whtch have hitherto composed our stock have been sold ltttle by little to the trade, so the actual stock on hand ts now found tg be cons1derahly reduced It amounts to 1only 407 Maryland, 51 Kentucky, liS hhds. 6914. balss tliiva, 2382 bales Bra.Zll, and 20 cs. seed leaf. ROTI'BRDA.lli, sept. 2 ....:.. We have to re port sales from first hands of ouly 46 hhds of Maryland, arrtvcd per Arnold Boninger. For fine and good colored sorts the demaod IS active and prices are firmer. Ordmary 1s neglected Other sorts are unchanged ROCf!tpls dunng the week Silo hhds. Mary land from Baltimore, and 4280 bales from Jan Present stock in fir!lt hands 2564 hhds Maryland, 26 hhds. Kentucky, 16,187 bales Java, 2769 bales MamBa, 2046 bales Lath/' -Adviees JUst rece1ved up to the 9th mst., through Mess!'& 0. B Fallenstem & Son, are u followlll In tobMco a fair business has week About two 1h11ndreuymg rather mort freely, And tbr expol't there 1s also a steady demand. \Gs bales 86 balelt gp"il e.l oons Havana, and 49 cs -KBEUIIO OJ' CllOAB ll.tiniFA01'11UBII, HAlliBl:TRGt llep&: 1,-Sales aurmg the B:EPOR'l! 01" '18. Tiia li;A!1'll>NAL CON frooo first bands mcJude J06 ceroODS ADOPTED, ETUbhc 41, ltth I,ONDON; Sept. z.-The ciroular ofWm. mat, for the purpose o takmg measures to Brandts' Sons & do. of tillS dnte1eontains aecure the abolithln l>f tfte preliitt Interns\ fol!owmg report of the market for the Revenue !&w as Iar u 1t refers to the tan of August )'ion of cws, and to have the tax lev1ed The actmty m tQbacco, whieli upon leaf cd'baceo. A meehng had been held we noticed at the date of our Ias't monthly by thts same body, whlch represents the cucular had begun to bo displayed, contmued ctgar manufacturers employmg from three to a certam extent the month to twjBty ai. an of Angust, and trall!;actions contraslied very was earned for Mood&y, so as to secnre a favorabl y m Importance with the sl\les of the more wh though 10 prbdjng; few months Wel b e lieve that the numben perhaps not up to he sangmne ex total wbtch has changed hands dul, pectat1ona o the origmators of the mg the month reache s nearly'1000 hogsheads was fully so in determmahon, for every one Prtces generally havo been firm, and m cases of the hundred p e rsons preent was seemmgwhere destrablo parcels were taken holdefs Jy wtth the 1mpol'ta.nco of the obtamed full Hites, but we hear that buyers JO.JeiJO!Ii lllld d,id &ht 'to f1k 1ts obtained some slight concessiOns tn 1hst&nccs 'or sales of old uuddlmg and-ct>mmon Tho meeting )VaS ptre SU)cere, nor more promptly extended, 68n oo this oCCIIIIIOil, and 1t to be re... tted thnt the good results "hwh mtght IHrvo been expected from a well organtzed and well-conducted conventiOn of the tobacco iJide, should ]javo been prevmted by etther & tuiscooccptwn of tho nature and requireOf an assemblase of the ktod, or bad manapment m the arrangement of the de"Although the de1eption bad .had oo op pbrtunity to lay their views before the Con vention, they had not fat!ed to make them known to the tobacco trade of the W esl By the courtesy of the Louilville Journal, the address by myself was pub lished, and thus laid before the whole Western tobacco mterest." Mr. MoRES remarked that a grent advantage had been gamed by sendmg a del ega to to Lomsv1lle, for, tf nothing else had been gaine.d, the state of the oppostbon to taxmg leaf tobacco had been 1 clearly defined. 'fhe Convenbon called at Lomsvtlle had not done what ihe people expected from them, for, .!omposed as 1t was of speculators and dea!rrs, the Convention of one hou,t:'s duratwn jtad taken no action The' Natlonal Execu tive Comm1ttee should represent the true state of a'ftl.irs to thw wOrld, o.od wute the resolutions adC!)J.ted by-that so-called Convention Mr. GQ\'8QII moved to mstruet the dele gate to the National Executive Committee to induce bocltY to action of Mr. BollKE statsd that the proceedings of thts Lomsvllle body had been en(trely mag nified, some of' the so called delegatee having merely arnved 10 Louisville for the purpose of making theu fall purchases,. and had ne1ther any knowledge of, nor authonty to represent;, vrews of thell' d1fferent States. So, for mstance, had Western Vugtma been f repreS!)nJ;ed fur one delegate or thts class, Eastern Virgtwa b;y: another one, Michtgan by another one, whtle -the Ohio delegate, who was tcq!J9t'ed as present, dtd not amvn till twelvc honrs after the adJournment, and the New-York men, wh9 arrind Juatat the mo ment bf 4djournment, wereAlso counted as oae of States to have par!tctpated m tli:e deliberations Mr BUJlu then rell!l the prdeecd mgs of the Lowsvil,le body, who adopted the followmg resol\lllons Wherea8, The heavy tax on tobacco, and 'the apprehenswn of a tax on leaf tobacco, ba.ve greatly 1esseoed the eonsump tion and prevented prnducet's ftom planting to the extent they d1d before the co,mmodlty: wa.s taxed, and Whereaa, In VIeW of tbts, the monthly 1 of the Department hf !A.grielliture for August, expresses thl>8'pi'Dion that the croP! JS only barely able to sustam 1tself, ques tions the 'Policy of Jurther tu:alt!lai.lt the effect of checkmg the production of the arttcle, and finally deprivmg the government of the. tax. therefore, I 11 Resolved, That m tho JUdgment of tht Oonvenbon, the stabsbe.q of the tobacco tr&df _\it an e:rJ!(lt't -.x on lellt' tot.ro of Amertcan growth would effectually exclude 1t from foreign markets ; and, of course, stop 1ts (lroductwn, thus 1mpolb.nt iattrist, IPld d,P vmc 118 or some $20,000,000 annually m the of our 1j'ltb the bal. ance of the wm:ld. j That liP. exctse tax on tf cro,p more than the eXJ!Or. t tax That this 'Ooitventibr! 'Proceed tl)' AppoiJtt a fllore, wtth a sehrellorY, to meet a commtttee appomted by tho Secretary 6f the Treasury of the 'l'l' nfted States government on manufactured tobacco, so as te protect the mterests of all parties, and make its operatwns as fair and equitable as possible." The motion of Mr GEN'l'IICR was then put to vote, nod carried mtho11t a dissentmg vote. Tho motton to reorganizo tho society, whiCh had beoo laid ovh from the last meet ing, was then taken up Mr. P AULITSCB opposed any reorgamzation by dtstricts as bemg an entirely lOJUdtcious for no dist.rtct soCJety could muster more then s1x or mght meo, whtle a general assoctation would secure a more firm basts Mr. GENTSOR seconded tho VIews of the last speaker Mr. opposed any measure whlch tended to break up the district organizations, there being no power vested m th1s body; and the only movement to that effect could come from the dtstrict organt.Zatioos them selves, and only from them Mr. RENTz spoke in favor of the dissolution of the district organizations. Mr. ScHROEDER spoke strongly in favor of the 'lltssolutJOn of the diStrict organizations. Mr MollES moved that the trade meet, as a whole, every month for tho-discussion of the question of taxa.tion. Mr. RAI three last census epochs was m pounds as follows: 1840 76;847,108 tl8,48e,aoo 29,600,482 24,S16,012 16,772,869 ts,id,21'D D,orf,918 1,8i8,80t 1164,826 4T1,66T 74< M,lllill 8t111 ot8 1,011,807 18110 ISI,908,M 66,l501,111G 20,148,982 21,401,49'1 11,984,788 10,4M,449 1T,ll8/l8f 1,0U,820 8.11,894 l,i87,6U 83,189 138,246 tlt,et 2,000,981 1800, 128,H7,7lST 88,1181,277 86,410,9116 8:1,808,24L 96,528,972 !tli,098,1J8 7,iH,llllf 1",014,280 8,000,188 ts,7MM'2: 8,238,198 2UJ,1W,818 lW,fM,ISSI 42t,886,HG The increase of production in the tree States compared with the s!lve States 18 shown thns: 1840 11160 1800 Slave Btatea aa above, 208,990,i811U,W,4ilt 867.SCS1,873 Add lnclu(led.1D. other 209,WI',21tl184,t91,'l00 STO,MG,M Free States uabove, 8,18t,281 Add. included In olher 12,762 IS,708 772,189 9,102,04.8 1"760,M 6S,TU,029 Fllll&lly, to show the general progress of the p9-60 1 S 60-1 hJul8 BO,STO 17,M2 26,'1'88. 18,049 19,3W 11,706 80,8411 .... 29,432 83,781 82,708 .31,1'14- !IO;m' JkpfJf'tl, ltM.I. 21,111G 211,861 116,110 17,1Wi lS,ot-SO i6,CS70 W,.fll ... 26,491 98,008 M,9158 .85,001 t8,68'l w,tto ll8,801 86,821 8:!,6.16 80/lSO 40,486 M,667 68,0118 st,Stl 81,249 68,8711 72,896 66,588 60,876 06,682 00,3N fS2l385 52,8i6 60,8M 07,965 M,080. -M,l501 89,866 98,715 70,,010 M,075 48,106 68,04.'1 68,MS M,lOO M,067 l50,18I 8Tt141 12,910 79,974 80 966 8 2,689 .. 84,81l2 8D,896 [Now-0-Prico Ourr-lfATIONAL COlfV E NTIO:tr AT LOUISVILLE. REPORT OF PROCEBDINGI, ETC. .A.
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annually in the adjustment of our commer cial exchanges with the balance of the world I "2. Resol!oed, That an excise tax on leaf tobacco would, in the judgment of this Con vention, be very detrimental to its culture, as the burdens that would be imposed on the grower, speculator or mannfac\!Jrer by the government machinery of bonded ware houses, assessors, collectors, etc_, would in 11 short time reduce tho production of the crop more than an export bu. or at a given date the result nature is too slow to produce. The active and corrosive agents, applied as they are in liquid form, act very powerfully, assisted by heat and dampness against the air and its action, and :fuvor the process of fermentation, causing it to be very short. The consequence of this fermentation is a!. ways the secretion of certain heterogeneous particles, which, not being necesl!jlry to the organism, are evaf,orated befor_e the chemical agents attack the real elements of the leaf. THE LipORICE PASTE WALLIS & CO. EXTRA. Tobacco manufacturers and the trade in general are particularly requested to examine and test the superior proper ties bf this LICORICE, which, being now broqght to the highest perfection, is offered under the above style of brand. are also SOLE AGENTS for the branu F. T 0 B A 010 0 A. F CARMAN, DROKD Ilf. Mamactured TONTINE BUILDING, 118 WATEB-ST:B.EB1', BEW-YORI. A H. VAN PELT, BBOUR IN leaf and Manufactured Tobacco, I LEAF. 'BALTIMORE TQBACCO WORKS, -. F. w;. HECK & CO TOBACCO .MA.NUF No. 4.4 Veeey llmet/ NEW.. YORK. D. H. M' ALPtii & CO., II.CfDJ'J.Q'l'VRDS OJ' ftlll CELEBRATED ALIIAIPIB T' lrw .. Havana and -Domest1<:i C I a A R S, i.o:hattD, Pipes and Fanqy Artlcl .. WHOLESALE Nos. 37 39,' 28-U NEWYOBK 3 WATTS & LIPMAN, Segar I 75 BOWERY, fkN WY.,'ORK. 811:UY LIPtu.JL i { -o1 SCAR H. LEAR, Dl Meeii!Jha1llll, (varlous kinds,) India-. Rubber, Ohina., and LaVa Pipes. I "3. Resolved,. That this Convention pro ceed to appoint a committee of three, with a secretary, to meet with a commission ap pointed by the Secretary of tho Treasury of the United States Government to &djust the tax now imposed by the government on manufactured tobacco, so as to protect the interests of all parties and make its operation ns fair and equitable as po!sible." The process of fermentation can be retarded by the use of less active &g\lllts, if the different powers &re not in too great a disproportion; it is, therefore, necessary to know the nature of the agents employed in order to avoid their acting against each other in. the process of fermentation, thus rendering use-less the trial. Acknowledged by consumers to be the J!n the And for the brand of 4corice Stick G. B. In all respects equal to CALARRIA. 1 GODZ, WALLIS 8i: CO., 27-llll 29 ol<: 81 Soa&hWWiam II&. U-26 126 :Water Street, NEWYORK. ;EADIE & HARRIOTT, Leaf&. Manufactured TOB.lCCO .lND 81G.lB8, lirgiu .. .. Qt Ji gars, DOKIN& ETO., Ellj!liSh1 Scotch, French, and German ox..&. v :P:J:P:ma. Segar Tam, Tobaeco P01cbes, Jil!o lap IIi Bml. -' P PE STEMS, I -And a large varlety of f&noy art1ol appertain On motion, the report of the committee was unanimously &dopted, the names of the committee to be announced at a subsequent meeting of the Convention. On motion, the Convention then adjourned, subject to the call of tho President. [ Wrllloll bJ>rl7 for -To11.1oooo Lou.] GUJUlll' .D1'HODB OJ!' TOBACCO IU.Iro J'AC'l'VllE. DECOCTIONS AND SAUCES, IT is necessary for the tobacco manufacture!! to know the di11'erent kinds of the article he deals with, and especir.lly to be thoroughly fam iliar with the ingredients used to enhance its merits. He ought to make a particular study of these ingredients, in order .to be able not ouly to discriminate, but also to employ them according to their nature, to their properties, and to the l'e!lults they produce. This knowledge compriees, therefore, the physical qualities of the preparations to be us ed in the manufacturing of the tobacco leaf, and also their chemical analyses. The former is acquired only by constant observa tions, while the latter is solely obtained by personal experience or through the aid of tried experience. We owe to the knowledge <>f these ingredients the perfection of every kind of tobacco known and the discovery of new sorts. It is easy for every on e to attain this accomplishment, since by far the greater part of them belong to the claas of common in gredients, and are therefore to be met with every day ; the number of those unknown or. prepared privr.tely being small and accessible to the investigator. It would be wrong to bold that the In gredients employed hitherto are the only things indispensable to the m&nufacturingoftoba their flavor. Tbis operation is closely connected with that of assorting, for the high-flavored and tho ripe leaves are put together, -while those of an inferior quality are set apart. The two classes are, of course, differently treated. The high-flavored leaf haS little or no crudlty at all ; the inferior leaf, especially the domestic, is very crude in iooste and smell. In order to destroy any cruditY or any un pleasant taste that may remain yet, and to develop the peculiar flavor that characterize the article, some solutions are used, which are known by the names of decoctions and These decoctions r.re aenerr.lly necessary to produce the different flavors in the sever&! sorts of tobacco. The soaking process is very seldom found su:Jlerlluous, and then only with the best qur.lity of the article. In the manu facture of snull' the decoctions are indis pensr.ble. .According to their respective elfects, there are two principal classes of decoctions. The functions of the first cliiSS consist in drawing from the ler.f, and In evaporating by means of very active ingredients, the crudi ty, the bitterness (every corrosive quality in genenl) the unpleasr.nt flavor of th .. plr.nt; Bllld, further, in ridding it of' every sdnge and pernicious substance, restoring thus the pure tobr.ceo flavor. The oily and narcotic P'!-rls of the tobacco plant r.re thereby developed, the complete drying up of the leaf hindered, and higher degree of combustibility .and fine flavor attained. By the other class of deooctions it is sought todevelop better the good teste and aroma which e:Dst in the tobacco leaf, and particu Iarly to impart to it a stronger flavor and a nioor taste. Both decoctions are, therefore, very differ ent in their ell'ects, and they can not be used alike and the !I&Dle time with every kind of leaf; while very different are necessary for both kinds to prodqce these effects. The second class comPrises a great variety of decoctions. Through them the leaf gets the flavor desired ; and since tho variety of flavor will depend on the different ingrtdients employed, the result will vary in propQrtion I to the compositions used. In order, the"l fore, to draw & distinction between the two classes, the one is known by the name of clecoctwna, and the other by that of "".,""'' The former are more generally used than the latter. It being rather difficult to bo acquainted with the many ingredients used in the refin& ment of tohaeco without making person&! ei periments, there are some tried receipts of decoctions -!'nd B&uces w)lich furnish a cer tsin base for similar preparations. By observing r.nd making good use of the degree of fermentation, it is easy to:retain the flavor obtained, which is the origil)a). tlavor of the tobacco plant. To this ,end, this, degrea of regulation is determined and prolonged by employ ing equivalent parts of every necessary agent, and tliereby retarding the process. Every one of these ag-ent. is different in its eft'ect, according to its nature ; and the d& coction wanted will vary with the better or inferior qualities of the leaf to be refined I PASTE, 1 EXCELSIOR MILLS I: ... 131 rlirajflen-Lane, lltiA Y.A.!IR'l'I.A'I'1 NEWYORK. I Ill M, RADER & SON, PUfE POWDERED LICOR;ICEJ TOBACCO Gum Arabic, I 160 Pearl Street, 1 WEAVER & STERRY, lmportere, 29-81 PLATT-BT., N Y. liS-ISS NO. 86 WALL-STREET, (Tollllae lialldlDr,> 11J.l!8 NEWYORK. 8;ars, Pipes, Snuff, Plug Tobaeco, v &o., &o. M1NUFACTORY .AliD SALESROOM: Nos. 75, '17, ed 79 Avenue D, lfew-York City (IIIITliiLJeHED 1778.) A. H. MICKLE & SONS, I JVCIO.-oB8 MRS. G. B. 'liiilER .II CO., x.umrJ.O'I'nDS o '1'111: C&DlU.'nD Q. .B. 'Miller .. flo,'s ftewblc! and 8JHk1J1r T 0 B A Q 0 0,., A.. H. IIIICK.LE k SONS"I'OREsT HOllE A.ND GB&PB Jl[ro, G. JJ., JIIWlor .&. Oo.'a American Gent! .. man, Kaoooboy, anh SNUFF, 36 BROADWAY, Wx. B. LJ."W"UIUJ8, ..... .J' ... w a.o ... a lllrcno, 14-89 New York &nfwD.N.LJ.WB.UO.! .1 t H.'OOLELL, It is customary to simply employ a sprink Hng of water inste&d of a decoction with the sorts of tobacco, particularly if it bas been stored away for a long time, in order to revive and to further fermentation, and to cause thereby the evaporation of tho hetero geneous particles that might be in the leaf. In this case, we have the same phenomena bespoken already; when discussing fermenta tion. However, if it sho uld be found advisa ble to use a decoction for good r.ssorted or ripe leaves, the same ought to be very mild, or the leaves ought not to be allowed to re main in the liquid but a very short while. LIQUORICE PASTE. 1 M. ERTHEIT.ER, A. TOBACCO Snuff Importet of Liqnonce, 124 Water-S1reet, 202 Chatham-stre:t, N.Y., 101 Water-Btreet, :N. Y G &: F, Qa.biU k Co., XX k MJil brands, &II of superior quality, for sale &I. lowest market rates. 27-62 LICORICE PASTE. -:o:-HENRY M. MORRIS1 99 Pearl & 62 Stone Streets, New-York, M. & M. BRAND. NEAR YVAL.L.ST,, NEW-YORK. P. LORILLARD, SNUFF AND TQBACCO i MANUFACTURER. SA.LE STORES, 16, 18, and 20 Chambers Sta'eet, Reeommendt his we!J.a.sllorted stock or Havaua Wrapperl a.ndIM.JierB NewYCR'k, and other tl_.. of Seed -leal ol the best quY.!'Uy, it the LOWEST lU."rr:Si be l1de1 all tl.ndJ of GaU A: A..""'>'l, Dtachof'111, a.nd G.RLJI!J LuLING & ,Co,, and Mr. C. W. W ALTBR, of this city, have our thanks for valuable fol-eign exchanges. FOR SALE, LeaC Tobacco.-M cases old Wrappen,. crop of 1868, tor sale In lots to suit. L.I!:K BROTHJ:RS 289 Pu&L ST. To Shtppers._-,.GOOQ brlghL Twist, in caddie!!, made In 1860, Jn Va.., expressly for C&lift>rllia mar-k!t, in per fed order, tor ale b7 P. WEILBACHER, 195 NKW-YORX, To arrlYe, 25 hhds. bright Virginia Leaf Tobacco. 80.81 Tobaeeo.--.2oo hhds. Missouri Assorted, rmitable ryr for saJe by C. W. WALTER, 29--30 No. 19 SoUTB Wn.LIA""ll S'l'RJ:KT. NBW and SecOnd-hand Tobaeecrcutting Mac:Wneli, iD. good-ol'der, lor aale. Fat apply at 'm Avnm: D, New-York City. QOO pieces Spanish ribbons for sale low; and also 700 bales Havana Tobacco, of dill'erent qualities, in bond and duty paid, by M. & E. Salomon, 173 Pearl..,treet, New.York.DISSOLUTION, THOMAS HOYT.& Co., TOBACCONISTS, No. 404 PEARL STIUET, NEW-YORK, Manufacturers of all .kinds of FineCut Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars, and Havana Sixes. OUR BRANDS FlNE-CUT CHEWING: SUNNYSIDE, HEART'S DELIGHT, NATIONAL. THOMAS HOYT & CO., New-York HOYT, FLAGG & CO ., Louisville, Ky. Clay Pipes. fF' THiil ONLY MANU.PACTURERS 011 THE AMERI-CAN BIRDBzYE SMOB:l!fG 21-52 BARBER A DUNLOP, Di..LLERS IN TOBACCO, .&.NO 01' t.. $EG.A..R. J 348 Pearl Street,, ; I s. B.lliBlilB, l NIW-y -&Jilt J. DUNLOP, f AJ.J, KINDS OF SEGARS MANDJ'ACTUUD TO ORDER. 2T-<19 D I MOSES & HIRSCH, MANUFACTURERS OF r!int B.A.OCO. I 9!2 Pearl Street, U-G2 SCHRODER & :aoN, DIPOBT&I 01' Havana Segars and Tobacco. AL!IO, II.A.NUFACTURER OF SEGARS Dealers In Leaf Tobacco, 268 Pearl near FultliD, !-e-w-lert. WJI. H. GOODWIN & CO.,. JIUoOU1' Tobacco, S1111ff&.igars, .AD m .w:. mftll. Qf. !taf fIJil<, 10'1 & 209 WATER-ST., ll1J.1811. JOHN L. DEEN. DUX.n"' FOREION AND DOiiiiESTIC LEAF TOBACCO. lng to the tobacco trade. I SOU; DIPOT' .0:1. t!RAKRR, PIPES Aim KOSSUTH BOWIA No. 90 Water Street, {IJ 18 i I 1 1 NEWYORK.; j lVl. METZGER, D1ale1' lo ati. iller and ne..tlc Leaf Tobacco, And M&q.utacWlrer or I' 1'/'Si WATER-STREET, .NEW-YORK. 219 LOBE & POGGENBURG, ,IMOI' and Briar Pipes, I ,UID .A.LL SORTS OF CIX.A. "2" PZP:m& I MEKR8CHAUM AND AMI!IR 810AR '1'11811e. Segar Boxe., lllatoll ilarei, Tobaeeo Ponohes Pipe Stems, AND A COHPLJ:"''I STOCI: o.r I TOBACCONISTS' ARTICLES, 45 Liberty Street, (up stairs,) '""" w Loo;; f NEW YORK J"UBTUS }'. POGCENBUR G M Jmofit.t.\1' ., Meerschaum a:;._d Briar PIPES, SMOKING TOBACCOS, SHOW FIGURES, ETC., onnecticut Seed iAaf of my own Plicklng, Bi11n baud. sr O<>uniry ....u,., ,..,..pay au.nd. ,) 1 34 & 34i BOWERY, N. Y., DI.POBTZU OV FINE MEERSCHAUM AND BRIAR PIPES," .lleerduuca .7'ubu, CT .. ma, and .. Plpu, Segar Oaa!.: ToiiGc:eo -8n4 ::LtJather :zooaeco .MaiM I 4c., d:c. I .A BD DJIA.L&kS ur S:MJQ!tm4lG VQ!IiACi:(C@. A.ND ..l..LL O'l'IU NEWYOHJt. I. HAMBURGER & CO., IMPO:BTERS OF Meerschaum, and Clay PIPES, .UD ...l1.L 11111118 OJ' IJIIOIU:Ba' ABYICI.JIS. 55 JUniben Cane, Jlem=l:fort. 80 IllPORRILS OJ' Meerschaum & Briarwood P'lPES. I 6'1' M:AIDEX LANE; NE'II':r:DBK. CITY OF NEW-YORK Seed-Leaf T Inspection. WAREHOUSES, ... 87' 39, 711, aad =wicll street, &lUI ,.. -..)JJJ'az\Slaf I roba,ooo)nspeoted or Sampled. C.r$iflcr.tes given for every ease, and delivered ease by cue, as to number of certificate. 'I t Storage end Labor the loweat l'lfet. / No. 79 GJU.y[JjR-;.-;Bw-OBLBAm, LA. 58 N. B.-I aloo in Merchant.' ...,. F. C. LINDE, I JOS. MAYER A SONS, DEALERS ii all kinds of LEAF TOBACCO AlfD SEGARS 122-WaterStreet, 81. NEWYORK. l05XPH 8KL1GSBERG DAVID LEVY LEVY & SELIGSBERG, OIAI.U. IN Connecticut Seed-leaf, ... u} A.!iD lliiPOBTJlliLQl.' .. HA'iAiWA-24. 6 Pearl Street, NE\vYOHK., FELIX MIRANDA, !Mi'oRTO 01 I Havana LBaf t,'f obacco, 1 103 f!OHK, .!lfD IU!iUU.C'tORSa Or"JD BIUND O.r Sl:OAAB 'R.ITIOA .. 1"-69 c I H Jl Seed-Lea" Tobacco InspeOtot AND WAREHOUSEMAN. H-26 .. 76 Green..,lch Street. C. & M. BONDY, WIIOLESAL:E DE.ll.EltS IM Leaf Tobacco,. Pipes, AlOI ALL Ol'HER DOKEIIS' ARTICLEs, DOMESTIC : AND-: -HAVANA SEGARS, 358l!owery, near 4th-st.' Ol I 'NEW-YORK. -, J. B.'--PILLE:Y & 00., PACKERS & DEALERS -1 A Fine Connecticut Seed Leaf Tobacco, t BLOOMFIELD, CONN. 'r. G. JUOXL f lt'f" SUGGETT & KIMBALL, Manufacturen or the Celebnted GEORGE WICKE, 1: 1 PSESLS 38 TOl34CCOt 8 E G A R B 0 X E s' 44 Mtlin-Btl'!f!l, n. avana Make & Q_'lality1 ) OF CEDAR WOOD, I Nb [26' 2HZ NEWYOR MOSS & F ALK, 86 .... ,. ... I -n .o 1, 1lii'TJ""H ,jt ,PI II.) 1 DNtTsuoo=,l ROCHESTER, N.Y. -.nl. I, IIDIIIALt.. f 211 liverpool C9nsignments. t TJIE RICHMpNp. .. 1 P!NJ:l', P.nt,oae opening their New WaftboU.e. lB GllDNOCK.STRBET, PAISL'Y-'5T'REB"l', lmmedlaMiy oppoai&e U.e. Prlnee'l Dock? LIVEArVUL, on tbe 11& pf lulJ", &nd wiD be readJ to coD11&1noentl orLeat and &hmufactuftcl 'l'oba.eoo ftlr Rlean comialu1on. IL THO:M:AS COPE, (of the :BTot. eo.,) "Y..lN.l.adDtuaroL :) r --. 11.,_.,_ U. N_Y....,_X..O. R. -A Co., 4Jilroa4.ueot. n-H HARTFORD ADVERTISEMENTS. WESTPHAL &:1 LEHNEMAN, DULIIIIS .. 214 State llAll'D'OBD, oon

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THE J.D. BURNHA 'M &CO., J. J REQUARDT l SON, E. L. WITTHAUS, WliOLKIULK DULSU Of OJ' LEAF TOBACCO, M&nuro.cturers &nd Dial-.m ailldadl of Snuff and Cigars, -ALsoLeaf Tobacco; 77 and 79 12-64 HARTI'ORD, OONN. ESSMAN & HAAS BROTKBRS, DEALXRS lN CONlfEOTIOlJ'l' Seed leaf Tobacco, AYD !lllUPACTUUBS Oi' CIGARS, G. W. GAIL. CHRISTIAN AX. G. W.; GAIL&AX, lf.UDAC'I'tuu o ..A..LL UIDS OJ' S :J!o.d: 0 X :I N G <&1wiug ill:obattll, AND SNUFF -.woo-Ill porters of and Dealers In Cigars, Pipes, SnuiJ-boxea', NO. 28 BARRESTREET, Ba.ltimore, :Md. c,w-DEPOT-with GAIL, Ax & KUCHL"ER, Nos.t'lB and 1'3 New York. 11-83 L. W. GUNTHER, .. CEIIERAL .iliD .llfVUarvau& OP ., No. 63 South Gly Street, near Pratt, BALTIMORE, KD. 110-46 FERGUSON, GEII1WI'G & CO., Manufactured and Leaf Tobacco, 201 North Fro:nto-strec't, PHIL&DELPHI&, IF :Depot tor H. WllkeDI .t Co. '1 Baltimore SmoklDg '1'1>\lt.cco. 2T-79 &BOB&B BOLDDI'. BOLDIN &: Aft,. Tobaooo & General Commission MERCHANTSt 105 N. Water-st. 106lf. Delaware-an., PHILADELPHIA. 67 On hand,liOO Cases Ohio Seed-leaf. L. B. Hue, P B. H.u.s, .J. EsBli.AN, H.B.HAAJ, :M.B.!Lu.s. BARTlORD, CONN. Commission Merchant, AND )UlWUCTUtlBII8 (g DOHAN &. TAITT .null :f.omtsttt 1ftl.o.o4 T b c I M I. B S lr; CO., Leaveowol1b, Kan. sMoKERs ARTICLEs, ETc.. o accg omm1ss1on ercuants, N 0. 51 Clay..tftet, J.Mlt AODI'B roa 1TBI a1n o '"" TGB&OCO FACTOR, No. 90. Lombard-street, (One door wesL of E.J.:change.-pl ace ) 12-64 llAJ.TI][ORE, liD. D. W. KING, IIALTIBOR .. _... Liberal advancements mnde on corudgnm entfl to e2 myoddreaa. 6 2 AGEN!I', w ... If. M.H. L. JdY&RS. BECKER & BROS WM. H. MYERS & BRO., KA NUF ACTURERS of SEGARS molew n.ntn all ktn of AODWRQ!.BSALBD m ... ,. LEAF TOBACCO, 164 STATE STREET, Hartford, Conn. Foreign and Domestic Leaf s E G-';._ R s, AND SEGARS; 12-M .uoo c Fo ..... o r 94 LomQILrdStreet, (niiU' I.ight,) H.&. Z. K. PEASE, DEALERS IN CONNECTICUT Seedleaf Tobacco, and State-street, MA.NUFAOTURED TOBAOOO, No. 147 W. Pratt-street, 8AL11110al, liD. 12-U HARTFORD, CONN. FARNHAM & BARNES, Fine Conn. SeedLeaf TOBACCO, No. 238 State-street, HARTFORD, CONN. Jl S. S. CASE & CO., DEALJ:RS tN' IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS & TOBACCO, 98 Asyllllll -street, HARTFORD, CONN. BRANCH HOUSE-78 Dearborn-street, Chi cago, .-Oonn. Seed-le a f Tobacco received and 1old bn Oommiulon. 12-ST BROWN & ZWEYGARTT, DJ:.l.LXRS 1M [Established In 1837.] CHAS. D. DE & CO., 3'7 SOIJTH GAYST,, BALTIMORE, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,. For .the Bale of :IIIanufactured and Leat To Oigara. etc. 61 D.,.i.TU& .JJ..IUI!I GU'Til(08. L f T b D. LEVERINC & CO., ea 0 acco, Merchandise Brokers, AND IIANUJ'ACTU RF.RS Ol' 3 CHEAPSIDE-STREET, ALL KINDS OF OIGARS, BALTJltiORE, l11D. ALSO, AOi: NTS J'OR C. Bronson's Celebrated Toledo 'l'oba.oco, 212 STA'I'E-STREET, Hartfbrd, Conn. A G. BROWN. 12-24 -lr. J. ZWI!YOAUTT. JOSEPll S. WOODRUFF, DKAL8R IN Sj.eclal attention pald to the sale of CIGARS. TOBACCO, CANNED GOODS, a s ell rut Mercha.ndls e gene r ally. R xna TO Messrs. C. 0. DeFord & Co.1 B. :r. Parlett&: Co., 0. S w aa.\s .t Co J:o'endric.b Broa, L M. Beebe.. Darby .t 06. R. .t O o ., J M cMarray A; Co., Jas. Powers .t Claba.ugh & 113.rrls, H. B chenrllng, 163 Pe&l'l-str ee t i IJeli'ord, Th&yer k. Co. 44 Wn.te r-etreeL, New Y o rk. 11 :'BECK & HOLLSTEIN, TOBACC0 AND oonnccticnt seed-Iea:t General Commission Merchants, TOBAO 0 0, '67SOUTHGAYSTREET,l tll-28 Baltimore, Md. No. 233 State-street, HARTFORD, CONN, BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. J FISH;ER & CO., Commission Merchants, 28 CENTRAL WHARF, P!U.KOIS 1'lsJID, .EMN. S. JIIBUa, FR.&.'lfCISI S:. Frsnn:, Jou H FUJ&.Ba:. 19-25 BOSTON. CLARK B11EWER & SONS, ANU,ACTURJntS J.MD DBA.LI:RS IS Plu Lear, Smo kin g T o baccos; D o m e stic and Havana Olga" for sale low, o n c onsignment. G Gn&Klt. ED. NncllANN. GIESKE & NIEMANN, Leaf' Tobacco Commission Merchants, NO. 76 SOUTH CKARLEB-ST., (Bet. J.o,ubard and Pra.tt.-ets.,) Gl BALTIMORE. H. Wll.KENS & 00., MONUMENTAL CITY TOBACCO WORKS NO. 181 WEST PRATT-STREET, BALTIMORE, MD,, ll& oufaeturen of all kjndJ ot jmoltin!J & Snu\1, ana 'P otncco ; lmpo,ten of .J tt Cigars a11d Leaf Tobacco, and other 14 SOUTH MARKEr-sTREET, 13-28 BOSTON. NEW ENGLAND TOBACCO WORKS. : ADAMS, BATCHELDER & C0.1 H .UriUFJ.CTUJUUtS OP llL ORAtiiS or Fine-cut, Chewing, and Smoking TOBACCO. Salerooms: No 6 row, HDRr n. A.u.s. IS N. W. DA'l'OlLDU Smokers: Articles. Depot with Lindholm Brethoro & Co., Courtlandt-etreet, New-York. Depot also at E. L. Witthaus corner Frobt aDd Race, Philadelphillo. 61 F. W. FELGNER, SOJ .. 'MAN UJI'ACT U BE"B .&lUI SUCCDSOR TO F. H. BISCHOFF'S, Deutscher Rauchtabak, AND OTHER CHOICE :BRANDS, 90 & 911 South Charles-street, BALTIMORE, B F. PARLETT &CO., WBOLBI!IALIC DEALlC'RS IN B<IIIIORE, Cooatanlly on band a large quami'Y of Conoedloa.l and HavanR Tobac c os. 88 JOSEPH SCHROEDE& Jobber and Wboleaale Daaler 1o 81 EXCHANGE PLACE, Third door EBlt.B-EtPHU. lOS. A. BREMER. Just reoetved, a large quantity or Seed and Havana Seg&rll. 57 Domestic and Havana Cigars, AND D:E .u.J:B n(, Leaf Tobacco5 A:o. .to, ARCH-STREET, 5t BUOKNOR, M'OAMMON & CO., Commission Merchants, n1 .ALL D&80JI.1ntmrl OP LEAl' AND MANUP AOTURED TOBAOOO. 37 N. Water-st. & 38 lf. Delaware-ave., A. ;s, BUCltNOB., D. c M'OAJI()(ON, PliiJ.ADEJ.PHIA. t.1ii::l'irJ>l\is'ttJ. .... UNITED BTAT.IIII 80NDilO WAIIXROUBE. Con atgnora eut. forward their 8tocb u Q .am;,." wWloat prep&Jin& U>e Government !ru. &T TBO:IIAS BARE WBOI&IU.LB D&U.P JS J.LL KUIDS OJ FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Leaf and Manufactured TOBACCO, SNUFF, SEGARS, ETC., Nos. 474 and 50S N. Second-st., 163 and 156 ll oblest., PHILADELPHIA., :Agent for &J..n. .1: .U:'I Tobacco and 8D.utr. et SJUTH BROTHERS, Segar Manufacturers, 1 .&.ND DA.u.&DS Dl llT.o lttMD8 01' 5egon;, tofioccos, ]1ipes, &c. NO. 121 -N. THJRD.BTREICT, ABOVE ARCH, PHIL.uJELPHLt. NO. 88 S. CUAKLBI!-STREIW, ADOVE LOMjlARD, BALTLJICOBE, !lCD. COR TBlKD-8TREJ:r PENNSYLVANIA AVE., Jf'AS.lCCNGTON, D. C. Wholtl8al e .Aq e nt8 fi>r E. 0. BARKER'S ffiole-DrQUd .Amrican lt:J.g/.6 PINJt-OUT OBEWJNG TQ.. ll.d.OOO. 51 J. RINALDO SANK & 00., Commission Merchants LEAF I. MAIIUFACTURED TOBACCO. No. 31 N. Water-st., and No. 30 N. Delaware-ave., l. RINALDO SANK, PHILADELPHIA. CW"'"' UNITED STATI8 BONDED WARI:HOUSE. Coo alsnon can rorward t.beir 8toek1 nr BOND., n wilhout pre-&he Guverument. Tax. CIT COURTNEY & SON, TOBACCO HD GENERAL COIIISSIOlf IERCHAlf'l'S, No. 11 80t1th Front Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Alao, 06 South Gay St,, BltlDlore, ltld. M .L'RD81:W ROUnT J.llllSTRO!fO, A. & R. Armstrong, TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 61 Bonth Front Street, PHILADELPHIA. CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. EICHBERG & ELLER, lliPOaT&Rs o:r HAVANA MANUFACTURED Leaf and Smoking Tobaccos, SEGARS, PIPES, ETC., c I G s = B =AR= N =E=Y=,= G =R=E= E=N=&=C=O. = 88'7 Thlrl-st., aad 21 Nol'lll l!eclll8.1 -ALOO-' PKII.ADEJ.PlllA. DOMESTIC SEQABS, 169 Jtlilk street, BOSTON, Commiaaion Merohante for Sale or Same .I.!Kgeolockol BATCHELOK'SO lt. V StJlJ.IVJ. w. l. DOliBJ.K.' 1 T. SULLIVAN & BRO., Tobacco Factors, And Dea.Ien In aU klncls of _LEAF TOBACCO, CHICAGO ADVERTISEMENTS. Eagle Tobacco Works. ROTHSCHILD & ADLERr li.U:UI' .&.CTUB.ZBS 01' P .Iug Tobacco, Keep eoni\&DUy on hand the Largest Stock ot Muon ..lllD WHOLESA.U DJ:J.L&Jis nr and Owen COWlQ' llld Redrled Cutting Lea.f tn the WeiL 196 o. 38 :aaoe-at., cillcillnau, ohlo. Loaf, FinB Cut Smoking TobaC80 & Cigars, uder Oty Ordlanee 1n IS5'7,.JP 69 South Water Street, :o:185 CH:ICoiiQO, Wheeler Tobacco Warehouse, c B HEARTT PfiSTER & HOW, Proprietors, Por lbe IuspccUon and Commlonan Sale of MANuFAcTURER LEAF TOBACCO, 14 West Front Street, N StiJUStren, CIJrCIJr.lr'oii.TI, OHIO. 18G OEI:rO.AGO. Large Stocks of Muon Cotmty CnWng and Sega.r Lear. Seed-leahlwaysonh&Dd ln l ots to sult buyers. Eclipse Tobacco work. L. B. SARGENT & CO., VAN HORN, MURRAY & oo., Commission Merchants, Tobacco Manufacturers, AJW D.LlLR9 IK Manufactured and Loaf :Tobacoo," 31 W al.nut-street, CINCINNATI, 0, !04 l lf. U. M08RJL r. P. OJU.LP.uM' Leaf Tobacco Inspection WAREHOUSE, Nos.100, 102,104 West Front St., CINCINNATI, OHIO. MORRIS & CHALFANT, Proprietors. Auotion Satee Daily. Ord ers for Leaf proul'pt.ly aft.cuded \.o. IU Henry Besuden & Bro., DILUJUUl IJ' LEAF. TOBACCO, 161, 163, & 165 Pearl-street, (CORNEB OP ELHSTREET), CINCINNATI. I!U CINCINNA Tl TOBACCO WORKS, 118, 110, UJ Jlalll.st., a. 191; U Bammoaokf,, CINCINNATI, OHIO. B. B. N E W E L L, lfanD.facturer or all klnds or Fine Out Chewing a.nd Smoking To bacco, Killicki.nick & Paper Goods. 1!19 J P. 8PJtlfCI:. T, B. IU'JUIIGJC. L Ill. OOLTDI', SPENCE BROTHERS & CO., JI,UU:rr.t.CTVRXU OP Flne-c nt Chewing ud Dlri.LSU llll Plug Tobacco, Snuffs & Cigars, No. 52 East Third Street, Cl.lr'CIJrJroii.TI, on10. 2\18 BRASHEARS lcLAUGHLIN & CO. llos. 37 & 39 S. Water-street, CHICAGO. Turner, Van Horn & Co., QuiDcy, n1. lSB ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS. DAMERON, BROTHERS & CO., SUCCESSORS TO NANSON, DAMERON .t CO., Tobacco Factors, i.ND OXNERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, lfo. 166 N, Second-at., oor. &reen-at., 191 ST. LOlliS. Orders Filled for all Kinds of Manufactured and Leaf TOBACCO, EDWARD B. BOOTH, lU NORTH SECOND ST., 19 St. Louis, Mo. EDWARD F. MULLEN, SUOOEili!OR TO T. & .. MULLION, Tobacco Dealer, NO. 164 NORTH .IIAIN STREET, SAINT LOUIS, 1110., WUl keep a eoD.Jt.&nlsupply of ..Alt Dtcri:PtioM of tbbaooo; alao, Licorice Paste Leaf Tobacco Pur chn.sed and Bold on Commis1ion. 18& L A. DIETERICHS & BROS., Tobacco Manufacturers, 83 N. Third. 11., bel. PlDe ST. LOUIS, :MO. MULLEN & DIETERICHS, WESTERN TOBACCO AGENCY, No. 4'1' 8. Water-at., eer: Wlbult-cv., CHICAGO. E. r. Muu.u, } Consi.anmenta Beapeoto. w. Danu.1cna. fully Solicited. WILLIAM L. AUSTIN, BROKER IN ALL EDtDS oi Leaf Tobacco, ST. LOUIS, MO. Orders oollcited and promptly ftllecL 111-411 VIRDEN, Commission Merchants, .. u,ndund U.S. BONDED WAREHOUSE NO.I, No. 46 W alnut-.street, CINCINNATI. TOBACCO, HEI!l', COTTON, WOOL, LEAD, ORAINB, HIOKWINEB, And Western and Southern Produce ,enerally. No. 62 Commercial Street, Liberal Advances on Consignments. s.e;;;een Olive and L oc u s t Streets, ST LOUIS. CASEY, NOONAN & CO., J. W BOOTH & SONS, Commission Mcrchauts Produee UJ)In' Vl7RRAI.T. IS. ir. O EJitf. : JtoJIIll'f LU. AND'REW MURRAY & CO.'S T obacco Works. lfanofactnren and l)eaJers In all descrlpUons o f Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos, OtrlCE, 11'0. ST NORTH ST. LOUIS, 110. :o:OUR BRANDS. Fine Cut Chewig Cut Srnokig Zealtb, Long Cat 1 Bet&,. Extra, S p u ni.:ili Mixed, Leader. St Louls Mild, Bca rf a latU. Killickiniek. Peacoct, 1 IbM lJ&1e9. Our .Favorlt e flb Bales. Pocahont.u, .IS'lba. BIUy Dow-kg., Oo0101&tloo, lSi& :1.0 lb1. Billy fhat' a Wha&' the Kl.tter, 5 Olafton, in 6wn d 9lneb. Pluge lbL Bala. (paper wn.pper) Powhdu, 1 l ib. Bakll. Zo\l&ve and other bra.ru1a. 110 Mound City Tobacco Works. D. C A T'LIN, lf1. Xtr.PAC'Tt1UB. 4" At.l. 05' Fine-Cut, Chewing, & Smoking Tobacco, Killickinick, etc., No, 108 Nerth Second Street, 113 ST. LOUIS, HO. I, J.. OR.I.BTIJ.Aif. o. n .. ncu. Q 'RJ O!f'I"IUJf. S. A GRANTHAM & CO., Commission & Tobacco MEROBAl\TTS,. OlN, Becond Bt., bet. Pilloi:Ollvo1 ST. LOlliS, MO, -:o:.PvrcluuM"I of Hanufacttwed Tob acco wlll fbrwaJ"tt Utelr lnterem by clvlnl u a ea1l, u w e are &H ..A,.,..ta fcrr a large nnmber of the moat ce1e braed manufacturers ln the Olty and Counti-J, and aiW'I )'I haw Ott knC a fuH aaortmenl of lbetr brandll of and qualtt.1 8PECIAL ATTENTION gtven to ll&let of Le.nt 'lnd all klodl ot OotlDtq Produce. Parllcular attention given to the purchue of Lear 'f'o--bacco for Kaoufaeluren and dealers on order 181 LOUISVILLE ADVERTISEMENTS, W.WAT.KINS, P. 0 .BOX 566, LOU ISVILLE, KENTUOEY anb' l}ltahuce orden for TOBACCO, REFEBBNCE!I, Meun. R. A TI.nrscix .t Co., NewYorti WATTS, Cu.n .t Co., New-York; NoaTOli,9U.COBT1Dt & Qo. New-York; P.f. RAna I 8>, New -York; WrLnn & MoRars, Mew-York ; JoUJ 8 ULUV.lll k Sol'IS, Baltimore Md.; WM. T.I.YLOB k Oo.1 Pblladelpbla, Pa. i J. B. A.L UUDIU & .t Co., lJanken, Mew-York; W B. Pretldent l'eopl' Bank, J..oulntlle, Ky.; W. 0. 1-Ttn, Cashier C o m mercial :Bank,. LoulnUle, Ky. ; J G Bnrurn, Cuhle r Oltt&W1 Baalr: l.oulavlUey Ky.; :Mcnrs SPun & Co., Pickett Boaae, Loullvllle, Ky.; 7. 8. J Rox..a.LD, Ntntb-alreet HfMIH, Lool o 'fllle, Ky. T 11 JBO. L. :aJKK& CLOVER&. CO., BOONE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, Between Ntnth and. Tentb, 1&-41 LOUISVILLE. XY, J. G. SPALDING & BRO., IUlfDrACTURDi AU. EllltiS OJ' Chewing Tobacco, NO. 109 MARKET-ST., Between Plrat and Br.ook Streete, J.OUISVIJ.LE, KY. pr" ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLRD. D 8PALDINO J'R., R. D. 8PA..LDilf(l. W. D. 8P.ALDUfG. D. SPALDING & SONS, DEALERS IN Leaf &. Manufactured TOBACCO, Noa. 209 and 211 Chapel-street, LOIJJSVJLLE, KY, IG-418 ;r, S. WILLETT, Tobacco Manufacturer, Nos 121 I< 129 Tblrd-st., bet.llala a. Billr, LOUISVILLE, KY. -:o:BRANDS: liletta Nuy ,lba. a.bd -t lbt.l Ga ge 's Navy, lbs ud ilbL Wll l eU L ong lOs. ru'ng 1 2 s. 'Wllldt'a De ssert fa. ru'ogr,s. \VIIlett a & running 10.. WJUetl.'sloz. 1\18. running l4s Wlilett'sDessert, G oz .. B'tlbs. 1700 ----c-------------x. 1. aLJ.RB. ... u ""'or CommiSSIOn Merchants, MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, 133 & N. Second St., FkANCXE & ELLER, :2!") Vi 11 (.'-,.;1'.1 on 1., .lame w n o otb, ST. LOUtS, 1110, 'lJ@ U3 "' "'""' J o a J Nunn a n CINCINNATI. 1'b omasl !ooth. l'l' h '{' "'" .. 0 PUL8. WV. r 0T7L :flt.ercnnnts, B QDMANN'S P U L S &. 0 T T E ltet. Bullltt & F'IRb, M onu!actnma of all kinds ot LOUISVILLE, XY. Inspection&LeafTobaccoWarehonsB, T o .. 9 c o .. ... otLe.,an. N 08. 57 69, 61, & 63 Front & 62 64, & 66 Cigars, Sou If, Pipes, and To&awl, AI! kinds of Seed lear and et>anlah Tobaceoo co ..... nUy Water bet. Streets,1 No. :i06 Third-at., bet. Vine & Locuat on hand. 17-42 DA.ILY8ALES.&.'I'AU

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