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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The Tobacco Leaf: Organ of the Tobacco Trade of the United States
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------.. Vol. 1. -'1-.liiiW-. li*..w:aol).,"v-..:. OIN7, ii:: ,._ ........ "CO..._llf-.llf5!. "-....... Jlf'O., t .. ...a 186 .. .. _.NilE .. ...... 1111>or N.-.-,111-. --.:a., 101 Pearl. Llell'-lolo-en.84 .... --.II ........ II&Jer &-eo., 106 Pi-OOt. Mqorga, J. M., 14 Cedar. MertAIGI, J' W., i1 Euex. Mlruda, Felix, tOO Pearl. Oa,.-nllteld, 16G Wat.er. &o.enwalditB. ,l Bro., Water, B&lomoo, .&-E., 1'13 Pearl. 8&1omon !: ElklD, U.S W ak'r. Weilbacher, P 195 Pearl. UIFOKTKRS Or PIPI!S1 I:'I'C. Bolten A Blef ka, 1)7 Malden-l&ne. Demuth, WlUl&m & Co., 2S and 80 Liberty. Hamburger1 J a: Co., M Malden-laae Iaatmann Hr ot.. A Bondy, lU Malden-lane. Llu', Oacar H .. 90 Water. Lobe & Poggt"Dburg, 46 Liberty, IMPORTERS -'.ND KANUr.crUBIRB 01' CIO.A&S. .ADabel, 8. & Co., 48 Beaver. Bert .t Oo., ''l9 Broad war. Bernl\elo 8., 102 Pearl. Kellner, L .. gJ William IIOMI Blrseb, 188 Pearl. LIOORICE P.J.8TJ!: DKALXRS. :rranola, A. P ., 101 WateT. Gomes, Wallie & Co., 29 & 8 1 Soud'l WUJiuD. Gnmd, -.. a: Cerero, ll8 Pearl, Korrll, B. K., 99 Pee.rl. LlCORlC. POWD:&a D&4LIRS. WeaTer A Sterry, 16 P lan. 8&V'LKAI' TOBACCO IMSPKO'IION. LlDde 1'. 0.1 18 Greenwleh-ttreel TOBACCO PRESS. Oothrle & Co 2-M FrOilL-slree&.. IIU.NUJ4CTUR1RS OJ' ClOAR BOXES. Wleke, Gey llclT. CLAftDY, J. 8 PARRISR. Dll. J D. CLARJlV. New-York. VETTERLEIN &: CO., 'J'(JBACCU C m\\. m\." '1.\.o\\. l4\ e \\.a.\\.\ klln quanULle1 to llllt purchasers. Oi &ar lll&lluf&c$Ul'iiZ8 particularly fAVOred. 18-38 MURRELL, CARUTH & 00., GBN-AL GEO. S. HART & CO., "' i i b .. _. b 1 ou au"'' 11010mm1,;'uru ount an 1, 116 Pearl: Street, :J'OB TO l.ll,:l. o:. "", Ll.lF TOBACCO,. Jro. 39 Pearl and 28 Bridge Sta., && NEW-YORK. GAIL, AX & KUCHLER, Tobacco and Commission House. DIU'OT OP G W GAIL oil AX'S 1UNUFACTUBII8, BALTJKOB.E. 173 It 1711 Water Street, 1&-w INHE.WYCfitOC. 0. X. KING & CO., Tobacco Factors .um 8tan.al .oaaust.ou l'ntbatl, No. 24 Broad Street, 0. K. Kula, } ,._J.llllm, Too. T. m S..au. NEW-YORK. 1 Dj A. Vm O'NEILL & CO., POUIGN liND DOloUQl'rlO I 19 Malden lane, WEW.YORK. s oo BALES OLP QUALITY Ja bana mlrawtrs :FOB BALE, Dlf BOND OR DUTY PAID, Df LOTI TO BliiT l'lnU:liAIIIIlll, BY ROBEl&T E. KELLY & co .. .Aaentoln Loulo.W.. A. 0 .t John B. Brumln. 1S-e634 .TERKI, Dr ADVUCII, { per year Bin&-le Oopies 5 7, No. 32. H. W. HUNT. & CO., JOSEPH HICKS ing exceptsparing l y. We have no to report during the week, but in sma ll lots there is a moderate activity at the rates given below. Tobacco Colllllission Merchants, Commission Merchant, 167 WATER-STREET, l.l. Central "Wharf; Boston. J B. kllBOUI. S. HIRSCHORN &CO., A N D .. Nos. 140 Pearlat. & 106 Waterllt., (Near W.U.atreet,.) 29-81 NEW-YORK:. CHAS. B. FALLENSTEIN & SIN, Leaf" .l.U-.Mti. ItO L ...... f test-lldla, Central ....... ......... I1WL at oUR CUTHIIIK & C H6 ll'roll& a-. 11'. Y. t '-41 E 8 TAB L.t8 HE 0 u r TOBACCO AND GENII:RAL Cmmnission Merchants, NO. 56 FRONTST., N. Y Also Apntt tnr WM. BRANDT'S SONS A: C'..O., London ahanOM made on conalgnrnent1 to &.hem or Tohae-eo, anrl T11llo. 29-81 & CO., Cm-. """""'o"" l4\ UlPORTiiRS .HiP ,.lfROLIISj,_LI IJII S'oteh, and >I Poreian and Domeetio Leaf Tobaooo,- Jn, lmporten &Dd Ka.outacioren or 8ECARS, Jr o. 14 7 Waterlltreet NIIWYOB&:. BURNETT & FUNKHAUSEff, Cotton Factors, .. 4lttrtrnl Gtpnnnission IJ:mbants, NO 62 BAOADSTREET, NBWTOB&:. Cub made on &.o a 1. ConnoRy & c SYLV:ESTER & ELLIS, t;IONaiJIJiio ...... PROCTMS I'OR 'I'D IAU O:J' LfA:F AND MANUF .AillURED TOBACCO, No. 45 Water Street, CH.A9, M CONNOLLY, JR.,}. ]AS.ll. GARDUi'U, W. Ar.Ex. .,. r ... ,. A. coNNOLLT : 1c-1>1 New York. '.l'HE OITY TOBAOOO AGENCY, No. I 08 Front Street, NBW-TOBK. G. W. HilJman & Co., Commission Merchants, AND AOJ:N'I'8 TOR TU 8A.LJ: O MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, B&ve alwys on baud a farge assortment of llanofa.ctii\I'e d Tobacco. For sale on liberal terms. John C : Havemeyer & Bro., U.s. INTERNAL REVENUE, Ill Jlald .. Lo10 &; 13$ Breadway ---------------II. H. LEVIN, INPOal'i:R or Tobacco and Segars, AND DJU.LIR IN .u.L X:UiD& or LEAF TOBACCO, 162 PEARL ST., near Wall St., 8().-82 NEW-YORK. PREMIUM VIRGINIA TOBACCO AGENCY. HENRY M. MORRIS, Importer & Commission Merchant, LIOORlCB, GUMS, u;ANS, OILS, U AVANA SU GARS, Ac. J.EAF & TOB&OOO. Nos. 99 Pearl aod 62 Stoo e Slretls, Now-Tork U S. B onded Warehouse, S'2d Dlat.rlct, N, Y. 80 82 M. WESTHEIM & CO., Commission :Merchants, 8 E WGAR s, NO 17!1 PEARL STREET ....... ,'" TOBACCO 228 lfEWYOIU[. U. !f!ORT0:\ 1 TUO. J, SLAl1GlfU11, B. B WlSDOV. NORTON, SLAUGHTER & Tobacco & Cotton Faetqrs, AKD f>tnerat Gtommisshm ""trdtants, NO. 40 BROADSTREET, NBWYOKK: SPENCER BROTHERS, DEALEBS IN TOBACCO, SEGARS, J.)l1l SHIPPING FURS, @liouneditut Jettl 117 PEARL STREET, (Ul) at.aira,) 811-M lfEWYOB.K. P. WEILBACHER, UIP68TIUI. .UO DULW& lX A.LL II!!I08 or Leaf Tobacco & Cigars, 195 PEARL STREET, Now-York Vlralnla Lear and Mannf11.ctured Tobaccos, on co nllgn ment, conat.anlly on band. L. BERINGER & CO., 'WBOLUALJC DULCR3 Ul and Leaf Tobacco, No. 148 WATER STBEET, New-York. 51 BOWERY, NEW-YORK, B. SCBUBART & CO., IIIIP()RT&RS A.lfD Da.lUB8 Dl JmportersotoadealerlallkiDdor Leaf Tobaooo & Segars. LJI!!!Ii!af' TO baoOO !I ole IIIanutaeturen oc ah e y OELEBB.ATED BOUQUBT BKOXIRO: 110. 146 lVATEB-ITBEBT, (Near Malden-lane,) H S0HUIUR1'1 H. J'aJuuU.!f-29-56 HEW-T-&RK. ARKENBURGH & BRYAN, Tobacco ( In bond or dul.y paid) In quandiJeato 1utt pnre:hueN. Orden received tor any braQd o r Imported S.. pnbat 20 J>er cent. less than the market price. INDIAN I'IG RES con!ltantt.r on band or carved to order. Chichester's celebrated Scotch 8nutr, for preten1q the teeth, and dipping purpo1e1. The Snuff II known all over t.he conntr.r, and 11 manufactured ez:prnaly t or the abon purp01e It can be had by the teg, b&lf barrel, or batTel l'mcy Smoking Tobaec:o o r a ll kinds, aa alip a good Be Jecdoa of J'ancy A.rtleles .1..111118 M. CBJOBDTU., 00.(S6 'Wll, JI'OAnn .. w. H: FREY, 2-n. 35. and 37 Broad St., 'J.taf 'nhacm, Origars, cit., No. 189 PBABL STREET, (UP STAIRS,) Between Malden La.oe aod Cedar St., New-York. MALLORY & DONNAN,, Jill\ received, a large quantltJ of Pe.nnaylnat& Led' Tobaeoo 80-U FISCHER & NEIHEIBEL, GJ:JfERAL /J.ND Fo:rwarding Merchants, No. !t WATER-STREET, (i()Ult(n anh .itgars New .. York. City. 6 OED'" "TREET ( ) -:o:-5 ups us, OonOlpuDento or produce, et<:.,oolld1ed. Strlct perooual 20-41 DlW lt)IL atteoi!!)D.pald to the purchaN ot Mwc:band.ile etc. 29 66 -' .I.Jil)DI.lLBIJI MANIIACTURED TOBACCO, }( o 82 W aterStreet. HI lfEWYOB.K. DANIEL H. LONDON, GENERAL Commission Merchant, Thirteenth St., Richmond, Va.., Offen t'br le K"'eral ol &be eele.,...... flrgtalk SprlDp. Particular attenUon paid to Ute Slle ud Pu.rchue ot all lr.lod1 of Tobacco. and lhe a.djulbileo& of elalws aplna\ Merch&nta &nd othen. 82-68 ColtXU:N'IOATlONS from 'OIU reacJen, ttem11 of tobeceo ncwa. or vlewa on topics or lot1relf to tlle trade, sacb u tbe crops and market1, metbods of culture ud cur1Dg, proc..,ee >f m.auuract.ure. aew iwaplemeuta antl macbinery, etc., etc., will at all limes be w eJeome. GOLD VALUE S 01' J'OBB[GN COINS Orcat Britain, poond........ . ...... to. shU !lag, ............... ,........ O.N,il 14.penny ..... ":: ................... .:..;..:: ...... Franoo -llr. franc .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 0.18,1 1c. centime ..... .. .. .. 0.110,1(8) Amllerdam, Rotterdam, etc.-; 1ft. florin or golldM" .. ,..... .. .. .. .. 0.40,0 1<:1". cent.... ... .. ............. _.. 0.00,4 Bremeu-lrtb. rh:: tha181".... .... ... .. .. .. 0.'1'8" lgrr. grote, ............... ... .. U.OI,O(V). Bamburg, Lubec, etc.1m. mare baneo............. ... .. .... tseh. 1chelliug.................... .. .. 0.01.1 J'OR'Etolf WJnoll'l'a.-A k.Uogrammu equale I.!MMSG lb.; a Bre10en Dl'aod oqualo UM08111o. ; t. Hambvi'Jii p fnad equala 1.o&'l96lbl aTolrdupola. DUTY. Lear, M cent. lb. : mannflctnred, W ccnti!IIM!-r lb. Clgara valued at f16 or le. per )(., 'l 5 ccnbl per lb. 1nd _, per cent. ad ialorem; over lUi and not onr P, ll.tl) per l,b. aod a) per eco t. ad valorem i over I!O.!itd not over 146.. p per lb. ancl 50 per tout. a4 valorem.; oYer S4L t8 pouod ant lkt per cnt. ad" valorem. AD i4ciltiolial claty or 10 per cent.. ad valerem f a leled 'on all importa ander aitg15 that have no reciprocal trea.tlu wttb the Unlled States. Bxc h& CaYeudit!h :flag ... 'l'wlit, 4 CeiJ.tl per lb. Tobacco t.wlated or parea tor Me by haad, 30 eeatl per lb. All kindl J'lne Cat, 40 eentl! per lb. Smokin&: 85CIIIIlW per lb. i tr.moklng, made Who lly O f [BleDlWj ceatll pe-r lb. qpra, t!O per lll. Ctguetle8, 5 per ct. ad ftll-. 8itd, 40 conts per lb. THE TOBACCO AaKET. DOJOITIO. NEW YOK&:, 4tft. 4,-The' market for Leaf ha s been qniet ,Juring &be week and inferior grades are somewhat leaa firm. Some recent accounts from theW est i ndicate that the falling oft' in the new cro p will not be so sfrious as was at one time aaticipated. A ia will b e of line quality, and d--In the quantity raised "ill' be more !han clo. Mil. A.Wo Stock Snpt. l, 18M ... 21.+l0 1,811' tt 18 rr,tM aiDee ...... lJ)UO ..L.. 1,881 Total. ..... 82,1114 11,411 17 19 J,181 Dellnred slnee 8,27, 87T 8,Ht Stock OeL 1 18M. ... 23,81 2 Same Ullle, 1861 31,<0T Bame Ume, 1888 ... 42,t!U Same Ume, 19ft.. fi,OTD Samt Ume, 1861. ... : H,m Same tlm e,lSISO 18,114 &me ti m e 18b9 ..... 10,18T 8aDe time, 1868 ..... Jl,BM Same dme, 180 1 6,GTT Same time. 18M.. ... 6,1M Same ttme, 18M 4.188 Same llme,18M. Same time, 1853, : 1,86' 1,785 1 GT filS 83'1 6911 118'1 80 1 lei 179 4 I II 18 BO,t1811 9 114,451 4!,110 H,IOO H,m 1 16,288 6 IUIT > 11;111 1,1tlS 7,0811 4,440 5,tl48 s,oea IIAOOD.Tlf TI)IU.CCO IXSncrJOlll. lk= Total .................. ....... bhd8. 1&,t48 Dtllvered t.o S"ep'-80.. ... .. ..... .. ... .. .. .. l,&Bt Stoek la. tb e Dr'klyn Wareh'e, Sept. 10 1860 hbdl 1 3,009 'l'otal s tocks in NewYork aad Brooklyn wt.rebouscs : a:::= 49,0'19 Tot.aldellf'erlelalnce ............ 1 ...... : ....... Total1took11 Oci. 11 hhdl. . 4,tlll OF SPA.li'IIB IN Btlpd-1<1-01 .... HlffJdwa. O.WO. YarG. ou luuld blo. Mo. llh. bit. -blo. llopt, I, 11161l 8,1011 8TI Beceind.llnce .... ,,011 1,100 Total ....... T,EM>O Dell .. red oiDce S,t!N The lraudnlent packing of seed.Jeaf is be oomiog a subjeci of quite general compl aint in the market, and packers are doing them selves a gre&t injury by this pracUce. Mr. J. 8. Garis, Aleadin g broker in this leaf, speaks ... foliows of the evil and its cure : ln former years, exporters and others have had sometimes reason to complain of dishonest packin g of seedl eaf; &t that time there was hardly a r e m cay, ina s mu c h as we then llatf no warehoues where seedl eaf coul d be fair ly inspected, ond the cases stripped off; in s hort, wh ere seed-len f could be subjected t o the same examination as is donn in the Ken tucky inspection warehouses. Since the commencement of the sea s on, how ever, two inspect ors well known t o the trade; and who both enjoy the confidence of all, have opened in s pectiofi warehouses wbere they hate all the f acilities to inspect every fairly. Both inpectors, however, oample in the old way, because a few of the receiv ers refuse to Hub mit to tbe additional light charges which thorough inspection would necessitate "New complaints hav e T(>ach.,d us of fa.lse packing. Why can not the trade and the e%p()rlers combine to compe l the r ece ivers to have every case fairly stripped? I recom mend this s ugge stio n to the favorable con;id eration of those most interested ; CHtaiii).)' aome combined action o n their part is neces sary lo prevent the o f s ueh fraud s." .ManufacttM'd ...:..There hiLS been no mate rial cliange sinctl' our last report The mar ket for all grades is firm and tolerably active. Virginia tens of the finer q ualitie s are in good demand at fnll rates. Fine Brooklyn and Western tens are sea rce; and, both tu-paid and in bond, are much sought for at the ad vanqe we have heretofore noticed There continues to hi! a good inquiry for fine navy pounds and h&lf poUDds, which are in light supply Western pounds are also very s'car.ce, and hOld At firm rates ; sa l es IU'e light. Of Virginia pound s the receipts continue quite large aad the sales active. Mr. A Harthilt, lu his repo1t of October 8d, speaking o f the marll:et for this article, says: ''Largo line s of all grades and conditions have been dis po6ed of on priv ate terms for round lots, and resold in single lots at figures according to quality and order. Common bright lumps tllflhhlt-have been sold at from 25e. a 35c., while bet ter but moulded between and outside of the plugs, from 40e. a 50c. Medium bright lumps, box moulded, 50c. a 60c., and good bright lu;,p, in same order, at from 65c. a 70c., with sales of a few parcel> of so unil bright at from SOc. a $1. 0s, according to qu al ity. 1 A par,ceb of fresh made bright have been dis posed of-6ne realizing $1.05, and lnedi um 85c. a 90c., those of good work mi.nship commanding a preference Dark and black pounds are s lol" to sell-some lo ts out of order having been forced oft' at from 15c. a 20c ; f ree of tax." .Frf!ights.-OO'erings of tobac co h ave been light.1 We note engagements to Liverpool of 25 hbds. at .25s.; to Hamburg 100 hbd>. at 8 2s. 8d ; to BreRJen, 52 bales at $1; 200 bbd s. at 22s. 6d ; to Antwerp, 300 hbds. at 30s. a 82s. 6d. ; to Bremen, per steamer, 100 hhds. at 32s. 6d. Tbe charters in c lude a Bremen ship, 1248 tons, to Genoa, 1400 hhd s., at 40 s. ; an Austrian bark, from City Point to Venice, at 52s. 6d. ; a Br. bark, 842 t ons, t o Marseill es 800 at 40s. ; n Bre m e n bark, 640 tons, t o Cadiz for ord ers, tobacco on priv nte terms. QUOTATIONS Of WHOLESALE PRICES. Jeat Gold, Truh]' and froat.ed lug.s, ... @--@ Sound l ugs, ............... 6@6! 7@9 Low leal,........ .. .. .. 1 @ 9 9 j@l2l Medl11m tear, ............. 10 tl1l11 14 Good &.o ftne l eaf, ......... .19 @1:J 16l@21 Choice 1elect.lon11, ... 1 G @20 22 lfl) 't8 Do.-B'ea?.r leaf. 1' r n.shy and lu gs .. @ -@Bound '""" ...... 7 i112+ Low ......... : ..... 10 2 1 t6t Medh:rm Left!2 : ........ 18 15 1 21 Good to tlne Leat, .. .. 16 18 22 @2IS Cl10lce aelect.ioUH, .. '7 19 @22 26 @80 OAio.-comm on, ... 4i U lliowo and apangled, ........ .. .. S @ 10 Good One red and spangled ... 1 1 @. 1 4 Ftne yellow and fancy .............. 16 @ 22 Karwla11d.-Common, ..... ....... ....... - Same tlme,1856 ... 1,9ST 1C8 fOI 81111 1!118 .&ed-lea.f.Tbe mt.rket eonlinues11rm, but quiet, the demads of h olders being too high for xporters, and the proopects of the cigar trade not warranting manufacturers in buy-I 10' &a.cl ............... 80 Medlom, ................ 25 Common,* ............ -Balt Belt, ...... ._ ... SO 1)0, Med.ium,. .... ... 25 D.>. Common, .. -(Bright,) D eol, ..... ..... -4:> Do. IJedlum, ... ... -1.0 Common, .... ,-25 @-@-40 27+ @-'-rAl @ "" @-86

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::H ... do @--40 ll1Soo sooo 80 00 IIlii 00 4000 MOO 3500 8800 2600 8000 21) 00 @ 30 00 14 00 @ 21) 00 900@1100 90@ -90@ -56@ -90@ 100 100 100 1)6 The constgnments from V u-gm a and N ortll Car9l na Included m the above hst, amount to 407 hhds 8 tcs 2523 pkgs co1 stg ed as follows E M Crawfo r d 50 hhds A S Rosen b&um & Co 8 hbds 120 pkg, Ayres & Son 38 hhds 32 pkgs J Macy s Sor s 11 hhds 611 pkgs Schaffer & Norwood 9 hbds Bacon Clardy & Co 14 hhds 186 pkgs Hcmoken & Palmore, 126 bh ls. 44 pkgs P We lbacher 6 hhds. C E. Hunt 11 W H Pr ce & Co 16 A Nottebaum Hhdl 1 841 ass HTORTS Constgnments from Havana Felix Mt randa, 102 bales A S Rosenbaum &; Co 183 R E Kelley & Co 172 bales, 36 cs c gars M & E Salomon 164 bales C F Tng 140 J M. Mayorga, 100, M J De Leon 13 S Bacbe 1 cs mgars Renaud & Bachem 18 Gnesman Bros & Co 1 Oat ma.n & Reed 27 balea H Kmght, 236 A & E Sche1thn 56 F Probst, 183 bales 22 M ctga.rs Tackman & Borocl, 30 bt.les R S Latorre 2'70 bales, 1 cs. c gars Youngs & Co 7, L E. Amsmck & Co 10 PDrdy & las 8 Renauld & Fran cots 2, J ;:; Watt, 6 B Newman 1 Walderman & G ffeken, 1 A SchwerLn 20 R T Floyd 4 G W Faber 2 Schroder & Bon, 10 J G W1tte 1 C Burmmghauser 1 J B Carberry 1 F de Barry 6 Caron & Co l Ward & Neyhber 1 J C Van Hunn & Co 1 Wllhgan, Enos & Co 1 M Taylor & Co 1 J Costa, 1 :J Symngton, 4 S Lwmgaton & Son, 12 Gal way & Co 6 Kunbardt &; Co 3 S Sanchez, 60 L Se hgaberg 10 Arthur & Bro. 1 cs. c1gars From Manzamlla E. Halfman 50 bales Rivera, Cardoza & Co l!45 Edm1ston Bros 216 From Nassau Order 192 bales 12 pkgs egars Statement of 1mports and values weeks endmg Sbtpmenta dunng the weelr. ending Oct 8d 1683 hbds 6890 pkgs. crude, and 19 856 lbs mf. V p.]ue of crude, el286 467 : value of manufactured mcluding c1gars, t8361 value of c1gars t24Sl There were sb1pped to cs $10 1)00 Londo11r-149 hbds $# 811 PW> 1 166 1906 .5821 0,809 41141 400 woos .80808 Cana;ry Islands -10 hhds $5404 31 bales $744 8 cs. $768 total $6916 Naplu -1852 hhds $1189 482 1 c gars $575 total, $190 007 Bntuh N A Colomu-1208 lbs mf $3236 Dutch West Indoes-1 hbd. $508 Brtuh West lndu-67 baJes, $880, 895 Jbs. W 1 > total, $1187 Cvba-3 cs. $141 6372 1bs mf $2287 total $ V cmuula-,.-1 hhd total $606 Statement of exports and tbetr values for the weeks endmg Bluh Pkg Orud.. Lb Jf/. ._.1 &53 6800 19 806 907 11S38 t9 916 2 18 I 768 lliO 1182 2 904 l 5S6 t4 Q99 B I SO Sales to day amount to 89 hhds and 45 bxs At Morr s and Chalfant s warehouse 6 hhds V1rg ma at $6 50 a $24 25 25 hhd s Mason county leaf lugs, and traslt at $5 a $30 8 hbds Boone county at $15 a $16 1 hhd. Southern Kentu ky at $26 50 At Bodman s warehouse 54 hhds Mason county lugs, and trash at $4 50 a $36 25 and 45 bxs. Kentucky and Ohio at $3 75 a $ 18 Rece1p'ts moderate ST LOUIS, 8epL 30 -The break to-day was sma ll only 99 hhds bemg offered Green h gs from $3 50 a '4 90 fac tory do $4.90 a $o 90 planters do $6 a $8 common sh ppmg leaf. $8 a $12 medi um do $12 a $14 00 good do $15 a $19 common mnnufacturmg !cat; $15 a $22 me d um do $22 a $80 good do $80 a $50 and fine bnght leaf. $55 a $80 per 100 lbs B1ds on 27 hhds reJected Dunng the week there has been but httle change m pr ces and the market has contm ued qmte active The supply of manufaclurmg and good cuttmg leaf IS of dectdedly poor dcscrtp tton and the demnnd for the better grades coot nues br1sk There I S but httle specula bvc fcelmg m the market at present, and sa l es ate mostly for home consumption Rece1pts durmg the 1\ eck 240 hhds 373 pkgs Inspections for same ttme 767 hhds M1ssomt loaf Total s nee Jan 1st, 20 555 hbds same t me m 1864 36 381 hbds. BOSTON, Sept 30 -The market IS some what less activ'e for manufactured, but pr ces contmue firm, and the supphes of destrable goods both bonded and tax patd are qmte hm ted Amo g the recent arnvals of V1r g n a tobacco we nottce some black quarter pounds se lling at60c m bond and $1 tax very lo ;v pr1ce for th1s fine and for merly favor1te brand The recetpts of des1 rable grades from Vngm a con!Jn 1e I ght ancl the trade are beginmng to turn the 1 at tentwn to the West a gam Le:\f s very qmet Recetp t s for the week 167 hhds E.:ports 85 bbds. to Afnca 21 es. 8 bxs to St P erre and 93 bxs 1 7 cs and 1 hhd to the Prt SO -The market lS w t1 out speCial movement, busmcsij. bemg confined entirely to sup1lymg the 1mmcd ate wants of the trndc Exports and tmports, PHIL&DELPHIA, sept so -Holde1s of manufactured arc demandmg htgher for nil good work and the mcreased cost of leaf. both m the West and So uti JUSt fies them m so domg In the matter of sales there IS no matcrtal advanco-obla ned for the add1tions recently made f om V1rg1 a to our stock have served to keep do\1 n the rates Most of the a.rr vals are out 'Of cond hon In l eaf there s no change s nee our last -eport, and \\0 quote Pe nsylvan a seed leaf selected 1 Gc a o Oc to fa r 12c a 14c Jillers 4tc a Otc mng lots 6c. a 9}c DALTilUOHE, Sept 30 -I he market I S firm w th active den aud and full pnccs for the better descrtpttons of leaf Common grades ate rather dull but Wllhout quotable cha nge The npect ons ue mostly of the mfcr1or descr1pt ons and mclude 817 hhds Maryla.nd 212 hhds Oluo and 10 hhds PennijyJvama-total 1039 hhds Sales 200 bbds Ob1o at t7 a $17 Cleared thJs week 1237 hhds to Rotterdam and 1 hbd to West Indies Stock on hand 29 379 hhda. In manufactured we note an mcreascd firmness of prtces and a d1mmu ton of stock We quote fine brtght Vtr gtma pound at tl a $1 05 good do 85c a 90c. common and out of cond!bon 60c black, sweet V1rgm1a half pound!> 60c a Go c. Western 5 s and 10 s con mon to best 40c a 62c half pounds bnght, SOc a 95c do dark, 45c a 'TOe pounds common to good, 65c a 85o do extra fine 90c 1 $1 lll navy pounds and half pounds 50c a 72c retghts no change m pnces rates steady at 25s for Holland and Hane and 20!1. for Bremen LYNCHBURG, Va, Sept 30 -We re port sales of tobacco m th1s market for the week endmg th1s day-161 hbds all grades, at the followmg pr1ces Lugs, common qual tty $4 a 'G do good to fine $6 50 a $12 leaf common to good $9 50 a iUS do fine $20 a $96 We may remark that a few hhds fine manufactunng leaf. of color have brought from $24 to $60 Str ct ly good and fine tobacco m perfect prdcr :u-e scarce and prwes for such well sustamed The above report sjlows a very great fall mg off n quo.nt1ty on sales of prev1ous week though wuh 110 perccpttble effect on pr1ces wh1ch remam steady RJCJilii:OND, Sept SO -The market IS act1ve and buoyant for all of leal; and espemally for dry nnd good qual1ties Recepts continue qwte larg e We quote trashy lugs, $4 a $5 good do a1\d fine $6 a $9 common lenf. $10 a $15 ordmary shippmg leaf $20 a $28 fine sh1ppmg (for Englteh market) $25 a $38 manufacturmg fine uncured $30 a $45 fancy brtght wrap pers $60 a $75 and ono extra sample $100 The opemng sales at Woods Warehouse on the 26th September were well attended, 8Dd the folio\\ mg pnces were real1zed Sbt.p \ng leaf. $13 a $27 lugs of all grades $4 a -$12 25 The Inspectors aro Messrs. C P &J II Wood NEWOBLE&NS, Sept -BUSIDess IS hmttl to the wants of the ctty trade and we note no matenat change m pr1ces THE TOBACCO amount m ware on shtpboard does not exceed FOREIGN HAVANA, Sept -The late heavy ra ns have mterrupted transportation and amvals are l ght The market IS l ess acbve on account of the acarc1ty of des=ble sup' plies There tS however an 1mpro ed de mand for New York and we note sa les of assorted lots at $25 a $80 and fillers at $14 a $18 The stock of new on hand ts by no means large nor of the best descrtption but holders are demandmg very h1gh pnces Exports to the Umtcd from January 1st to September 1st, mclustve for the years 18M 1864 LONDON, Sept 16 Tobacco lbs I.Oiutrrs M. :.n0748 9986 1 401 4.65 21 895 -Messrs Brandt s Sons & Co 10 the r report of the n arket of thiS date say The transacttons here m AmerLClL!l tobac co tbts week have not been larg e but a good busmess m substitutes ch1efiy has been done The market IS firm and pr1ces steady We quote a reta1l sale of Mtssouri leaf. no better than lugs, at 4ld to 4td per lb QUOTATIONS cL d 8 @ 18 12 22 8 @ 6! 6 @ 8 Sl@ 14 9 @ 16 DO .. DODO 9 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 T 0 1 8 I 9 0 0 2 6 0 0 G 0 0 7 0 9 2. 0 0 8 10 10 0 14 0 10 0 0 14 0 9 0 0 11 0 2 0 8 0 2 0 0 8 0 0 NATIO:trAL TOBACCO CONVENTION li.ECENT TllE members of the Nat onal Tobacco ConventiOn illh hold 1ts first meet ng on the 12th of SePiember have smce then 1 eld informt.l meetii(gs for the purpSSassmat on of the Northern Pres dent had arrtved by the preVIOus maJl until later adV!ces by the May rna I from home should g ve us more reliable mformatwn whether much tobacco had been found 1 1 Y rgmta after 1ts evacuation If such had been tho ease the effect on this already d dl market would ha' e been disastrous m the extreme but cQnfidence has been completely restored ng th s su ce the arr1val of the mat! steamer Jeddo on the 11th mst. w1th t1dmgs that there had been only some 2000 packages of very mfcrwr manufactured tobacco found m the South the heavLCr stocks of t and leaf havmg been destroyed wnh the cotton by the rebels and that tobacco both m Amer ca and England 1\ as so firm m con sequence of tins, that the sb1pme ts for tl e month are almost tul compared to prevtous montlas the only parcel on the way out ben g 250 boxes common Northern tens the com plet on of our old contracts S nee the re ce pt of these ailv1ces holders here are of course more firm a. d are askmg an advance of some 2d to 3d pe1 lb on prev1ous quota ttons and contrary to tl e prevailing custom no lar ge amount of tens ha. been advertised tb1s month past after &be arrtval of the Eng! s h mat! as has been customary of late In then can ttmc no l&rge pnvate transac tiOns h-.ve as yet come to our knowledge At auct on the follo" mg parcels hav e been d1s posed of durmg the week th e pr1ces realized sho v ng an Improvement on former sales nam ely 100 it boxes Northern tens to Sid per lb 18 cases br gbt Western pounds and halves 1 6J.d to 1s lld 89 half and quarter !Jcrces Western lOld to 10id per lb and 19 h alf tterces Southern tw1st at f10m 7{d to 21!d per lb The latter named parcels all more or les s damaged by Sen 1\ ater We quote thts month nommally 'Vestcrn tens at d hal-.s lld to 13d No thern do Sd to 10d Western twtst, 12d to 18d 9d to lOd Southern do 1s nccordmg to quahty and con 0 = 0 g e 0 ,.. ;; s ... a e "' .. 0 ... 0 3 z. & .. .. l8 :;-I( ... .. ... g "' ;; "' .. ... "' 0 0 & !!: .. Cl s "' z "' "' .. :3 g: 0 0< ::: Q I :; .;. "' "' ij I 0 I 1\ I g. "' "' ... "' I OJ :;: 00 0 :!! I ... 8 f!l "' w :'!: "' .. := L d d 0 1 0 0 1 8. 0 0 0 0 s 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 s 0 0 10 0 0 7 0 0 9 0 0 0 OOU"j commandtng "that the crop 1s barely self. sustammg and that m VLcw of this the Government mil best serve 1ts own and the mtere sts of growers, by l evymg an ad valorem tax on the manufactured art c l e The manu facturcrs, m part are of course opposed to this, and favor and Will urge, the propncty and JUstness til puttmg tho tax on the leaf but the1r pol cy IS hardly fa r for 1t crushes m the bud from wh ch they get the1r frwt. At the" last sesswn tl e followmg resolut ons were unammiG.sly adopted RuolAJed .That we recommend the forma hon of State assomatwns m eac h State produc ng tel!acca: for the purpose of gcttmg mformation as to culture band! ng ;manu factur1ng an6 cost of production and that each State forward to the Commsswne1 of the Department of Agnculture 1Lllmformat10n so that a JIISt and permanent tax may be lev1ed on manufactured tobacco RIJIIolved That tb1s Convent on recogn ze the 1mportance of sustaimng TBB ToBACCO LEAJ' published by C Pfirshmg a paper every dealer manufacturer and producer of tobacco shoUld snbscr1be for on account of 1ts correct l'llports of fore gn and home markets and much valuable mforrnatwn as to the h1story of tobacco The essoys also -on producmil> handl ng and manufacturmg make 1t very mterestmg and serviCeable to the trade EXPORT TAX PROBABLE RECENT Evopean adv ces mdicate that our Treasury Department cons1ders tho lcvymg of an export tax st the eommg scss1on of Congress as qu te probable )V e have ac counts of meetmg nt Frankfort, at whiCh lr Lamer an accredited agent of the Department, made tb1s announcement Mr Lamer slated that h e had not come to borrow as h1s countrymen were competent to prov de for the wants of the Government but to make so ne commun cat ons about present facts and future prospects the Sec rotary of the Treasury hav ng des red I m to do so durmg h1s stay m Europe Mr Lamer stated that as large 1mportat oos wero re qu red for the South a large revenue fro n customs was probable He also stated that Congress at 1ts next sess ton Will probably sancbon export duties on cotto tobacco etc by wlt1ch an add1t onal revenue of s xty million dollars wtll be ra sed It was the mtcntton of the Secretary of tho Treasury to return to spemc as soon as pos,, ble w1th a reductiOn of paper currency next spr ng The meetmg expressed great doubts "he ther exporlll or large 1mport dut es would answer the purpose the Vle '"' on those sub JCCts bemg eottrely of an oppoSite character m Europe where export dutLCs are abolished at d 1mpott the ground to appear aga. n near sundown and work durmg the mght and early mormng CuLTn .. TION Havmg got your plallts all set the next m order ts m a few d ys to hoc out the same Take a culttvator narrowed up .nd w1th a boy to gu de the horse go through once to a row IS suffictent for the first hoemg fhen w1th a common hand hoe cut up all weeds and grass brush the d rt down level around the plant stu1t but very ehghtly close to the plant leave tho stlmns and bauhng dut up tQ the plants to a future dressmg Go over tbe "hole m like manner then agam m ten days or a fortmgbt, keeping the worms oft' m W1th your cultivator go tmce to a row Thts tuue you can stir the dtrt pretty freely around the plant s and re new 1t, bemg careful not to leave any leave s covered up or portially so as 1t 1\ II spot! them As the leaves are what tobacco 1s grown for be sure mall the different processes you go through w1th to save them from any tbmg that w llmJure tl e m Should any plant have 1ts centre bud broken or eaten off 1t wtll come up w1th several suckers or sprouts, and will not amount to much better replace such tf not too late It Ill better to do the rest of the I oemg w thout the use of the cultivator stir the ground and keep 1t free from weeds by gomg through as often as necessary w1th the hoc Wonus.-The tobacco havmg got up from teu to twelve mches h1gh look out for the worms whiCh eat the leave s They are often found earl er You wtll see a smalhound bole oftentimes no larger than a larg e pm hole 10 the leaf 1f you tum 1t up you wtll be very apt to diScover on the under Side as nail worm no larger round than a common thread needle and half an mch ill length KI down a httlc and fin sh by tuck ng the end mto the hand Next after take the same plants and open each and strip alltmper feet for the second quahty Lastly strtp the 1 em a o n., perfect leaves, keepmg each sort by Itself :.nd bemg 'cry parbcula1 to keep L1 e ends: of the stems even also the l eaves 1 h cl are of a length m tho same hand espec ally of the best sort An 1 np e rfect leaf w11l do as well as any to brnd t1 e hands With and w1ll be a SaVIng be sure and do th s part very neatly for f bungl ngly done the mcest to bacco w1ll show very poorly whereas a smalle1 growrth well done Wtll show to better ad van ta_ge, and perhaps outsell the largCL growth PAC KINO -After havmg str pped t s b est to pack tt down properly each day t 1s done 1n som1..placo sec ur e from dry 1 g w ods, or from wet, or an;r thillg from wb1ch mo1sture may be absorbed Pack 1t buts out wtth the t ps n and lappmg about one th1rd the l ength laymg one row of buts one wny II en another m the oppos1te keepmg them and even to prevent the &II" from drytn.g t press 1t down by stsndmg on 1t th your knees wh1lc packmg and fin sh off by cover ng 1t closely.w th e tber blankets or boards and on top put we ghts to press 1t down as compact as poss1ble It I S now ready for m spectton by the tobacco dealer and uule.s you w1sb to case 1t for yourscU 1t "til r e mam m th s Sltuallon perfectly safe If sold to a speculator he would probably prefe r to case 1t h1mself. should 11 be necessary for you to remove 1t Havmg once packed t n a plie you can pack 1t on a wagon havmg stde boards keepmg the buts outs1de at the ends and covenng up closely Be to keep the leaves stra1gbt, to prevent wrmkles wbtch make 11 look very bad If you are of cas ng the tobacco yourself p1 o cure cases made of one mch boards planed on one s tde of the followmg d mens1ons tbree and a half feet long and two and a half feet the other \1 ay these any jO ner can mak e or 1f you have the tools mnke them yourself Procure four cleats two nnd a half feet long one mch tbwk and three wtde to these nat! the ends whiCh are to be tl\o and a half feet long on these ends na1l the s1dcs turn the box down and na I on the bottom let 1t come out flush wtth the stdes and tl wtll be t ;vo and e ght twelfths feet w de turn the other s 9e up and fit the cover tb s need be merely tacked on so as to be easily removed when Wished You now have a box mto wh ch you 'CliO press three bundled ght of tobacco To pack 1t propmly have one to hand 1t. wh!le another packs t m the case the buts agamst each e1 d of the cose letting the tips lap m tbe rmddle fill aboult three fourths the way to the top 1 ve a foil ower to the stze of your box made by nm lug boards to two good stout cleats one near each end Put tlus follower on w1th good blocking above press 1t by a le 'er twefve 01 more feet long havmg a ful crum at the short arm and the force of two men on the long arm of the lever by filling and press ng m tht s way about thre e t mes you nnay get 11 three hundred pounds wh1ch ts enamgh to handle convcmcntly I have thus !liven a prec1ae RCCount of the practiice of the most experienced and succes9 ful growers of the crop m the Stato ol Con nectwut I mtgbt also here remark that tbts cxpenencc and observation have extended over pertod of nearly thtrty years from the ttme II was a. small lad Jwhon the tobaccolwas

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sold here at three or four cents a pQUnd. It is DOW selling &S high as thirty fpr the first quality. TOBACCO AND -BUlCIDE. MciVER & BURCH, 70 Main St., Lynchburg, Va., TOBACCO FACTORS AND mltrtkauts. Leaf a.nd Manufactured Tobacco bought and sold ()n Commission Orders sollclted. Good and large stocks of VIrginia Manufactured Tobacoo on band. 32-M A. B. RUCKER, mobnttll & ftohtr, 133 MAIN STREET, LYNOHB URG, VA. Will give his peraona.l attentlon to the lllllng of orders for VlrgWo. M.anura.ctnred and Leaf Tobacco. 32-58 THE LICORICE PASTE WALLIS & CO. EXTRA. Tobacco manufacturers and the trnde in general are particularly 1equested to examine and test the superior proper tics of this LICORICE,. which, being now brought to the highest perfection, is offered under the above style of br.and.' W c arc also SOLE AGENTS for the brand F. G. Acknowledged by consumers to be the best in the market: And for the brand of Licorice Stick G. H. TOBACCO A. F. CARMAN, BROKER IN Ma-q.ufaotured Tobacco, TONTINE BUILDING, 118 WATER-STREET, J.EW-YORK. A. H. VAN PELT, DROKER JN Ueaf and Manufactured T obacco1 126 Water Street, EADIE & HARRIOTT1 D11. JoHNSON, in a conversation with Bos well, if we remember right, expresses his opin ion that, since bad become prevalent among the more respectable and middle class es of society in England, suicides had become less frequent; and he also seems to have re gretted that he had not acquired the lmbit himself, from an opinion that the soothing influence 'o(a pipe would bave been benefi cia! in alleviating the melancholy with which he was so frequently depressed. That his opinions were well founded, no smoker can entertain & doubt; and it ill much to be regretted that such of the faculty as me more especial ly known a s "mad-iloot!M's" have not thought it worth their while to in quire into the use of tobacco in soothing the In very many cases of melancholy, ending in confirmed insanity, there is every reason to believe fhat a pipe would be highly beneficial. In such a case as that of Cowper, the poet, it is likely that a course .of tobacco, in the proportion of one pipe-full omni noote inh111uriend, would be of great service. Cowper, unfortunately for himself, had an aversion lo the weed ; had be smoked a pipe occasionally with the Rev. Mr. Bull, instead of assisting the Rev. John Newton at" Evan gelical" prayer meetings, h e probably would have been a happier, if not a-better man In m&ny cases of religious melancholy, where long prayers &re ineffectual, gre&t relief may often be expected from a pipe. The late Rev. Robert Hall, of Leicester, a truly pious 01an, and, from his talents, an hon<>r to the religious community to which he belonged, found in a pipe a remedy for the melancholy, approaching to positive insanity, with which be was affiicted in hi s younger years .TOHN H. TYREL & CO., In all respects equal to CALABRIA. UoUUJ3 Leaf&. Manufactured TOJU.CCO .ll'U>.,SJUU.Il3, Lynchbu"rg, Va., GOMEZ, WALLIS & CO., Commission Merchants !ir..ss 20 k a soutltl.V1llla ... st. l'or the Purcbae and Bale.?f L I C 0 R I C E P A S T E 1 nml anutn:tturttl i'olratt#, 131 Maiden-Lane, There ls not an instance on record of a person, however sui cidal hi s thoughts might be when filling his pipe, proceeding to carry his intentions into ef!ect immediately after he smoked it ont; while, on the contrary, t11ere are ll!any instances of feelings border. ing on despair having been nlleviated by the tranquillizing influ ence or' a pipe. How often has the gloom that obscured and perplexed. the mind of the smoker, before h e lighted his pipe, been dispelled by a ray or hope break iog in the ers a.nd Fillers; Connecticut, New-York, an11 otJtcr kinds or Seedlear()( the b est qu(llit,v, at the BATES; beddes all klnd s or Gall & Ax's, Bischor, and Go e tze Broth t:rs' Germ11.n and Fancy Smoking Tobacco, aa a. good aelectlon or Fancy Goode etc. 215 GILLENDER&CO., JOHN ANDERSON & CO., liANUN.CI"''llRRS 01' 1JII 114, 116, and 117 Liberty-street, I".LND 121 Cedar-street Ar,bur Napo leon B. Kukuck1 Joseph W. Gray, Joseph L. R. Wood. 14-89 NEW-YORK. REISMANN & KAPPES, Dealers & Commission MERCHANTS IN ALL XlNDS OJ' '(2l;.o-battc and IT9 et. Pine an4 Co4ar-sls., 8--80 S ANSHEL & CO., ml.ll.lN.l ANi DOM.ISTIC SECARS, 48 Beaver Street, s. ANI!HEL. l N. MIODA'RLTS. f (2T) NEW-YORK. Havana. and German Seg&rl in Bond for Export. ROBERT PUFF. JUDY PUCELLE D'ORLEANS, .J..ND OTDJ:R DRA.NDS OF SEGARS: Regalia Bretanica., 1m periales, Regalia de Londros, ll,egalia Reyna., Oonchas, Londros cle Corte, Opems, etc., eto. For aale by the sole Ma.nufa.cturer, JOHN STRAITON, E. ROSENWALD & BROTHER, AND HANUFA.CTURI1RS O F All Kinds Havana and Domestic SEGARS, AND DEALERS lN LEAF. TOBACCO, 145 Water-street, (Near M NEWYOHK. M. & E. SALOMON, IMl' O JtTERS Or Havana Segars, LEAF TOBACCO, -ANDNO. 173 l'EARLSTREET, IIOR.I'I'Z SAI.OWON1 l llU.lU7U SA.LOMOB, T 212 NEWYOHK. J. L. GASSERT & BROTHER, DE.U.ERS IN Leaf Tobacco, NO. 157 BOWERY, 84 NEW YORK. E. M. CRAWFORD & CO .. lli'IPORTERS AND lN A..LL KINDS OF LEAF TOBACCO,. 121 and 123 Front Street E. M. C.B,AWJ'ORD,} D. i"KHICT, Jtt. 14-26" NEW-YORK. For Sale.-Duty pt.ld, 60 bales o l d IIa.vana Wrappers and Fillers. To urrivc.lOO b&lct UJUo, in bond or dut.y pald. P. WliriLBACUER, 195 lf. l A.G.LANOE. r 2S4 9 NEWYO'RK. Cut Chewin[ and Smolin[ Tobacco, .TACKMANN C. H. LILIENTHAL, MANUYJ.CTUllER OF Also, John_ Cornish _Virgi.nia Leaf Tin LINDHEIM. BROS. &; CO. Foil. wnousALB DE.o.LJRK. SCHRODER & BON, llol'!ooB'I'IIt8 01' Havana Segars and Tobacco. LSO, MANUFACTURER OF SEGARS Dealers in Leaf Tobacco, 258 Pearl Street, near Fulton r;.'5 WM. H. GOODWIN & CO., MJo.NUi'ACTUaERS OF J'l:liECDT WATTS & LIPMAN, Segar Manufacturers, 75 BOWE]RY, Clfli:HP.NT WAT'nt1 l .--BURY LlPJU.M, f 219 NEW-YORK. OSCAR H. LEAR, IMI'OltTKR ASD Dli:.UR J:ol Meerschaum, Briar, Wood, (Ya_rious kinds,) India Robber, Ohina, ud Lava Pipes. En[lish" Scotch, French, and German CX..A 'Y :PX:PE&. Tube!, Tobaeco l'ouehes, Di!lo Bags and PIPE STEMS, And & large variety or fancy articles appet'tain iug to the tobacco trada D I-: POT YO 8. SHAKER PIPES AND KOSSUTH BOWLS. 90 -w-ate r Street, liS NEW-YORK. M. METZGER, Dealer in a. II kinds of 'For eign :md Domf!stle Leaf Tobacco, And na.nurac.Lurer of 17Bt W ATER-S1'REE'l', NEW-YORK, 219 LOBE & POGGENBURG, DIPOB'I'JUtS OP Meerscpaum and Briar Pipes, AR'D Jo .T.I. SORTS Or OX.. A. "Y' :P:I::PE&. MEI:R8CI!AUM AIID AMBER UCAR Tti8R8. SE!g&T Tobacco Boxes, Match SAfes, Tob!lcco Pipe Stems, AXD A. COltPLETR STOCK Olo' TOBACCONISTS' A R'riCLES, 45 Lirnirty Street, (np ata.irs,) Tobacco, Snuff &Cigars, f "' N:F:W-Y""ll wM. DEMUTH & co.,-lear anb Jbrg l.obatt.o, 20'7 & 209 WATER-ST., .Q-48 'l.JOHN L. DEEN, DEALER D( FOREIQN AND DOMESTIC-LE:A.F TOBACCO. Connecticut Seed Lear of my own Packing. ,-s W'ateJ .[Strel, 27-52 MAYER. & CO., DEALERS IH LEAF TOBACCO, lU.NU.F.A.CTUREBS Oi' SEG-.A.R.S, 156 Front Street, corner Maiden Lane, 14-26 SALOMON & ELKINS, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC A.LL KINDI!I 01' 143 W ater.Street, NEW YORK. L. KELLNER, 1-11 91 Street, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER lN t4-26 DOMESTIC SEGARS. LICHTENSTEIN BRO'S., LEAF -TOBACCO, SEGARS, ETC., ETC. All kinde of Plug, Fi-no -cut, Smoking and Chewing Tobncco. Also, a. largo assortment of-Leaf Tobacco constantly on hrmd. CORTJ:RS AND XA.NUP'AOTt.rRBRS Oll' Meerschaum and Briar PIPES, SMOKING TOBACCOS, SHOW FIGURES, ETC., 29 and 30 Liberty Street" 5IS Now .. Yort. KAUFMANN BROS. & BONDY F INE UERSCUAUM A1.1) BJUAR PIPES, Mee lmm edlate l t opposite the Prlnce1s Dock, LIVERPOOL, on the 1st o f Jnly, and w111 )be ready to receive consignments of Leaf and Manufactured T o bacco for SBle on comra\uion. THOMAS COPE, (of the firm of Cope Dros.k Co.,) M.+.NAGCi'G DIRECTOR. Raf(ff't'Me8 .N"etoYQrk-Messrs. E. Jlorrlson & Co., 41 Droad-street. 11-29 7 HARTFORD /ADVERTISEMENTS. S EGARS 2l4 State street, HARTFORD, CONJI', I

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> I .._.... .-. ,' I r J J ; REQUARDT & soN, E. L WITI'HAUS, Ill V. 801.L IVA.!C', 1f. J bft'B.l.K. CHICAGO ADVERtiSEMENTS. .l);DIUO:W' lf13U:.&: r !. B. GIJ&aL J.D. BURNHAM & CO., Manutaeturen and DealeniiD. aU klnlh of WnOLESALR DUI.RIS llf IUN07.i.CTU.DilS oi' G. w. GAIL CHR1'3TIANAX. LEAF TOBACCO SEGAR.&. G w. GAIL&AX, UDD ....... J. T. SULLIVAN & BRO., Pacto:rs, !Eagle Tobacco Works. ANDREW MURRAY & CO.'S Tobacco Works. Aud Dealers in all kinds or MIJ'HSOHILD & .ADLERr IU..KUJ'ACTUURS OJ' l'thmufacturera and Dealen lo all dNCripLiom ot Tobacco, Snuff arid Cigars, -.u.so-MA.l!IUPJ.OTURERS OJ' AI.L EINDB 01 Vtobatto, o.r Manufactured and Leaf Tobacco, 'WW 4r 20 1 North Front;..s"tl"eet, No. 63 South Gay Street, neilr PraH, PHILADELPHIA., Plug T..obacco, Keep CODitantly on hand the La.rgest Stock of Mason AND WHOLESJ.LK J)ULI:BS IM Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos, OHJCE, NO. S'r NORTH LD1111 ST. LOtrll, 110. LEAF TOBACCO, Leaf Tobacco, 77 and 79 Aaylum-street, 12-64 HARTFORD, OONN. EBSlllAlf & HAAS BROTHERS, COXXEOTJ,CUT Seed leaf Tobacco, CIGARS, ll8fl :nlaln tftet, L .B.B.us, P.R H.u.s, Esevu, B.B.Il.u, HARTJORD, CONN. ll. B.H.u.s \ IF' B r&och-HA.A.S A 00., Let. venwort.b, Kan. D. W. KING, AGENT, Seedleaf Tobaccos 164 STATE STREET, Hartford, Conn. K. PEASE, DZlliRS llf CONNECTICUT AND SNUF-F -ALI!i)-lmportel'l ot and Dealel'l in Cigars, Pipes, Snull'-box ea, etc., NO. 28 BARRESTREET, Baltimore, :Md !IF DEPOT-with G.m., Ax & KUcJU,IIII, No. and l'm Wa:ter-etreet, New-York. 11-83 1 L. W. GUNTHER, C .ENERAL Commission Merohant, AND TOBA.CCO FA.CTOR, No. 90 Lombard-street, (One door west of Excha.nge-place1 ) BALTniORE, liD. rF' Liberal a.dvancement.a m&de on consignments to my addrees. 82 Wx. H. Mnns. H. L. !bus. WM. H. MYERS & BRO., KAJrUFACTURERSofSEGARS .um lfiJ:()LIS.i.LB DULUS IX 'Foreign and Domestic Leaf AND SEGARS; .U.S01 A.QEH'I'S FOR TD& S.U.X OF MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, No. 147 W Pfatt-atreet, 29-81 BAt.TIMORJ, Iiili Seedleaf Tobacco,. and State-street, li-N HARTFORD, CONN. FARNHAM & BARNES, UCDU DIJ..LitU IX Fine Conn. Seed Leaf TOBACCO, No. 238 State-street, 17 HARTiFOKD0 CONN,-S. S. CASE & CQ.,. DIA.LIRS IN Dll'ORTED AND DOMESTIC BALTIMORE, 80-M CT' Depot for U. W;llkens &: Oo.' Ba l timor e Smoklns Tobaooo. 21-19 and O"en county and Redrled Cut.t.l.n8" Lear ln 'be Weel. tD3 aD Bace,at C1nc1Dnat1, ohio. Leaf, Fine Cnt Smokin! Tobacso & Cigars, FERGUSON, GEHRING & CO., OJ' .aud atoott SMOKERS' ARTICLES, ETC., No 111 Clay-street BALTIJJIORE. I BECKER & BROS.' Wholesale Dealenln all klndl or LEAF TOBACCO, SEGARS., 94 Lombard-Street (near Light, ) BALTilJIORE, OonMnlly on hand & lar1e qu&ntUy of Connec,icul and Havana Tobacco. 89 JOSEPH SCHROEDER, Jobber and Wholesale Dealer lD Leaf, Manufactured 8 1 EXCHANGE PLACE, Thid door East of South St. BJ.LTIMORE. Leaf Toba.coo received on CQmmi&sion. 62 PHILADELPHIA ADVERTISEMENTS. HAGEN, BOYD & CO., MANUFACTURERS Or GEORGE BOLDm. KlCHAEL WARTKAll. BOLDIN & WARTMAN, Tobacco & General Commission MERCHANTS, l05N. Water-st ll06l PHILADELPHIA. 57 On hand, 200 Cues Ohio Seed-leaf. Wsta)Jisbed Dllder City ordlauee LD. .JP 69 South Water Street, :o: 186 CHJCJ.GO. Wheeler Tobacco Warehouse, C B HEARTT PHISTER & HOW, Proprietors .. L EAFpUHUUCTURERS OF' 3 CHEAPSIDE-STREET, .ALL KINDS OF UiilAR'l3, ALSO, r r m 0 Eronson'lil Celebrated Toledo Tobacco, 212 STATE STREET, BALTI!!IORE, lJID, SpP.cl:al attention paid to the 11ale of CIGARS, TOBACCO, OA)I NEV GOO OS, as weiiiU Merchandise generally, RKFKR TO (_J. 0. DeFord & Co., B F. Parlett .A Co., G. B. W&ttll & Co 1 Fendrleh Bros, L lf. Beebe, Darby A; Co. .R. K111.us k Co., 1 McMurray & Oo., Jaa. Powera A; Hartt'ord, Conn. Son, Cl&b&ugh & l:1nrri s H. Bche:ver l ing, 163 Pearlstree&-i 12-24 H. J. D eFord, Thayer & Co., 44. 1T J.. Q.. BaowN. JOSEPH S. WOODRUFF, 'BECK & HOLLSTEIN, TOBACC O Jo KD or II'DOWBLL.& DUNC.I.R,I (ftrtt Colledtoo Dlltrld of Penn.,.lnnta,) TOBACCO General Comlnission Merchants, No. 39 North Water Street, PHILADELPHIA C; M. MEYER, COMMtSSION MeRCHANT, TDK S J.LK OF Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco, CIGARS, PIPES, ETC., connecticut seed-leaf Merchants 87 No. 82 T 0 B A c c 0' 67 SOUTH GAY STREET,! I JXO.KITORUL. .Alt0RJt TEVIS, W. WA.RE, No. 233 State-street,. n-114 BOSTON AOVERTISEMENTS. G. GII!K'E. En. Nn:MA.Nl(, GIESKE & NIEMANN, MANUFACTUijERS OF SEGARS, 1 6 -28 Baltiinore, Md. M ITCHELL, TEVIS I. CO,, P lnJr, Lea.f, Smoking IJ'obaecos; Domesll c and Havana CX, H..&.B-TPOii.D, CONN. Cig ttn for sale lo w on (!onsfgnment. Leaf' Tobacco .i.ND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN .ALL KINDS OV FISHER & CO., Colnm.ission Merchants, Commission Metohant.s, Manufactured Tobacco, NO 76 SOUTH CHARLES "T And Sole Agents lor BARNEY, GREEN & 0(}.'8 QUEEN "" ., OITY TOBACCO WORKS. 61 (Del. Lomb&rd &nd l'l'att.d.,) 27 NORTH TH JRD STREET, BALTIMORE. 23 CENTRAL WHARF, :rucm FISBn, li:au. s Ftsru:R, Nucm K. FISHER, JOBll B. YlBBER. BOSTON. CLARK BREWER & SONS, :Willii'A.C1'11RIR8 UD DJU.J.RU lH H. WILKENS & CO., MONUIENTAL CITY TOBACCO WORKS NO. 181 WEST PRATT-STREET, BALTIMORE, MD., h1n.i,ufa.ct.urera ot all.klndv or Jmoking & 0ttwing Q \t a cp lmp4)rlers or an 0 acco, Cigars a11d Leaf Tobacco, and other 14 SOUTH IARKET-STREET, 1B BOSTON. NEW ENGLAND TOBACCO WORKS. -:ADAJlS, BATCHELDER & CO., Fine-cut, Chewing,and Smoking TOBACCO. Salerooms: No. 6 Cluith&.Ul: row, 18 N. W. BATCIDLDaB, EICHBERG & ELLER, DIPOADRI OJ, HAVANA DO)IESTIC SE&ARS, 189 Milk street, BOSTOlf. Ownen or Lhe Eureka and Ingomar Bra.ndi. 18 I 1 SAMUEL & BROTliElt, llbl.USllf Havana and Domestic Cigars, -..lt.HD-TOBACCO, Jfo. 8 S. I!.UO B. CJ.LD1faL1. 1 PHELPS, OALDWELL & 00., LOUXSVILLE Tobacco Warehouse, Cor.laiu and Tenth, w laia ud Eleve1ih 818., OJII!ce, Cqnle :Main and Tenth, I'I'OBAG& W.'JI;J:DOU8811, TKTB J.KD WJ.UVT1 J.JID mra U4' ID'na&OJI, LOUISVILLE, KY. -:o:SHIP T'O LOUISVILLE WAREHOUSE." 7-29 MAYER BROTHERS, JUIJUJ' J.t"'''tmDS 01' DOliJSTIO .urn PIPORHBI o-. JIJ. V U.l SEG.&RS, .UCD WBOLRULZ DU.LSR!I IJ1 All Kinds of Smokers' A.rtiolea, 204 :nJ'TB.ST. 1fEAlL IIAIJI'.ST., 1'7-29 kLou,i.sville, Ky. ''


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