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 PFIRSIDNG, PUBLISHER, i No. 142 Fulton Street. ) Vol. 1. BUSINESS DIRECTORY OJ' THE TOBACCO TRADB. -:o: NEW YORK. TOBACCO W AUEIIOUSES. A g new William"-& Son, 254 &nd 286 J'rontrs\reet Arkenburgh & uryan, 8G tLnd ST Broad. A;rres, Samuel, Son & Co., 81 Droad. Ua.con, Chudy & Co., 181 Pearl Daker, D. C., Son & Uo.,l32 Front. Bergmann, J 11. k Co. 14'1 Wal.er. D e ringer, L. & Cn., 1-1-S Wa.ter. Bondy,lkothcril & Sclrwarzkopf, 143 Water. Dram.ball. 4: Co., 31 Pea.rl. Burnett & Funkllauser, 6'2 Drond. Ca.rdoz o, A H & Co., 100 Front Ohlche11ter & Or.., M Bowery. Conno11y k :o., 45 Water. Crawford, E '1., & Oo., 121 and 123 Fl'l)nt. Deen, John L., 7'8 Water. De Fot( l TJoa.yl:'r & Co., 4-i Water. Dubois Ya.ndervoort &: Co .. 31 Wat.er. l!'allensteln f ; luw,. U. & Sun, ti6 Front.. Fltzbugh, Wilmer & Co., 40 and 42 B roa dway Floy, Joseph & Cn., 126 Pearl. .Frey, W. H ., 189 Pcaal. G:;Ul, Ax&: Kuchler, 173 and 175 Water. Gtl.Ssert. &: 157 Rowery Hart, GeorgeS. & &..:0., 89 Pearl ancl 23 flrldge .. J. c., & Oo., 115 Pearl. Ha1fkln s, J. S., S5"Wa.ter. J. E. & f'ous, 45 Broad. Heald & Miller, 17ti Water. HlekS;1 .Joseph 82 W11.te r HiliiDllD1 G. W & C o., 108 i'ronL lllrschhuru, S. & Co.,140 Pearl and 106 Water. HoUandet & Oo., 14 2 Water, Hunt.. II. W. & en., 1137 \\' a.ter. Kelly, Robert E & Oo., 34 Be a ve.r. King, 0 K. & Co., 241Jroad Kittre 1ge, Wm. P. &: Co.,lM W:lter. Kremdl>erg & Co., 160 Pco.rl. Lel'Ir,, M. H., 1152 !'carl. r.evy & Sel igsber!:f, '246 Pearl. Llndhdtn Bros. & Cu., 26 CourUII.hdt. J oslah, Son 189 and 191 Front. Mallury .t Donnao, Mercer, G-. H., 76 Wu.te r M rrla, H. M., 99 and OZ Stone. Jlurrt!ll, Caruth & Co. 116 P ;:arl. Nvrton Slaughter & Oo. 40 Drosd. Ober, Naason & Co. !l3 Broarl. O'Neil, & Co., 119 Maldln-lane. Paulltac h k Lange, 45 Liberty. Prince &-Bachrach, 3-1.9 Peart. Ra.wson, Dridglan d &. Oo., 41 Broad. Relamann!; Kappes. 179 Pearl. Robiuson k Garth. 112 U:ater. BalomGn, Simon, Pearl. Sl.'lll"ftlr, Wall ace & Co., 4T Bror : d Sobroede r & Don. Pearl. Schubart, 11. &: Co ,1-M Water. Smith, Palmer .i: Co, 170 Water. Snoddy k 11 Droad. SpenCL'l' Brother.;, 7:i 8teln II: Brod, 197 Du11nc. Stern, Jonas & Co., ITS Water. 15uUlvuo, Y.urpb J & Co., 108 Pe&l'l. Tackmann k Q,)(ell. t. Pla.U. Vette r lein, Tl' 11 .t Bona, 128 Water. Watta, Crane 4 Co.,43 Broad. Westbelm, M. & Co, 17T rear]. TOBACCO DROKE RS, Ca.ltsch, Clh:tl!!. ll. 193 Pearl. Carman, A. F., 11 Water Eadie .t Harrlo", 1 3 1 Maiden-lane. i\f, 12-l Water. l'behcr .t Rodewald 2 H:l.nover-squareo Gans, J. 8 86 \\ a ll. Bemmelmann & Ogemann, 146 Pearl.] Bade't ,ld .t Soo, 100 Pearl. Van A. H 126 Wakr, Wigh t A Rtchey, SIS Water. Mi\NtiJo'ACTIHtnfl. Appl e by' s Son, 1 s3 \Yater lkck. l'. \V, & 0 44 V esey Casey, Cudmore & Co., 88 l\fa.id!PnLane. GUleoder, Arthur & 1 Liberty. Godze F. A iJ Bro, ]t:i(J and Duane. Goodwin W. 11. &: Co., 201 anti 209 WilLer, I Boyt, T homas & eo., 404 Pearl LU!eotbal C H.. 2 17,21 9, a.nr122t WasMngton,Jt J,orlllartl, P ., 16 18 and W Chambers. A1'Aiv\n, D. 11. k_ Go., 'jl), 'i'i1 and 19 A\'Cnue D. McCaflll, John & Co., 191 Green1ficll. Mebger M., lT.Sl Water Roblthek & De'ancy. Salle ider, Josc[lh, and 248 Canal. Straiton, J ohol. 61 Heaver. W alta, H. D > wery. k Lipman, 15 Bo"ery. Wh1UI.IU & La\"rt:uce, 89tt Pearl. llll'ORTERS AN D Barber 4 Dunlop 3--'8 Pearl :Qondy, C. &: AM Bowery. Ch&r.lt!!l r., 17611roai.'Way. ColeU, B., 20'l Ch:tt.tham. J)eua.uer, W.159 J!lsher & Netbel&el, 56 Cedar. Hus, 8.,19.5 Knoop, J. N.,l31 Bowery. Lacbenbruch N &;; B r o., 165 WMer. l4at.orre, R s ., l,S't Pearl. J.te Bro\t4ert, )'69 Pearl. BP!thers, Sl s.nd 84H Dowery.S Ma.rcus, 31 and 39 Bowery. Ma.yer &: Uo. 1M Front. Mayorga, J. 'M H-Ccdn:r. McReady 4' Kuhn. 271 Bowery. :r.terteos, F. W ., 1'1 Miranda,_ Felix Pearl Oa.tman Rel-1 1ri6 Water. Rosenw&ld l+ A: O r o.1146 Water. SaJornon, M. 4 E ., I1a Pea.rl. Salomon & 143 W e.tel'. Ch arles. 382 Pearl. Weilb aeller, P., J9j P.::a.r!, IMPORTERS o l'rPES, ETC. Bolken k Sicf hs, 51 Maiden-lane. Demuth, Wllllam &. Co., 28 n.ntl 80 Liberty, Hamburger J & Uo., M iiiRidcu lone. Kaufmann :hros :n llh.tden-lane. Le&r H 90 W a.ter-. Pugpbuq, '-l L\l>er>y, OF WEERS CH.1.U M PIPES .. Ka.ldenberg .t Son, 6 John. M.ANtH'A.CTURER8 01' CIOAB.S. Berg &: Oo., 4'29 BroadwaJ. Bernsleln, S., IO:t Pearl. 'llall J oseph, t6 Barclay Ke\lner1 L .. Will hun. M:oaes & lllr3 ch, l:SS Pearl. P.ASU DEA:LERS, iraneia, A. P., 101 Co., W &: 8 1 South Wiltiaill.. rpDd, F. & Cere:rrJ, tlS Pearl. Morris, LL af., 99 Pt:arl. UOOIUCJ: POWDER DEALERS. weaver & SLerry, 16 Pl&tt. SKKDLEAF TOBACCO lNSPICtiON. Linde F C., 76 Greenwich..o!treet TODA:CCO &! CQ. l!'r. ont-a;tteg. .A:WUl<'ACTUREllS OF CIGAR BOIES. Wlcke, George 26 Wlllett-&reet TOBACCO W .lRIR008ES. Beck&: Hollteln, 67 South G-ay. Brauns F L., & Co. De Pord Charles D. 1.: Oo. 81 Soutb Gay. F\'h" Pi;lce, G A N{ 8 SQ]IIh ufo&d ... Gunther: L. .1 9<1 mbard. lTC. Becker & Bros., 94 Lomb11.rd. Blea\us, G ll., 'l02 West Pn\t. Feigner, F. W ., 90 a.ud 92 Ch&rles. G-Ril, G. W & A.x-, Myen, Wm. H. k Brn., 141 We!lt Pratt. B. F. k Co 92 Lombatd. BeqaaaraL, ,J. {. Sou Sou.tb S. Oo q Soulh zdMer,JoQ._l.. St '8$cf:\aqge Sta:(:e.' Wm. MD!l, '27 South 01U'. kene & Oo.1l81 Wesi Pratt. BROKEBS. Levering, D. k Co., S Cbeapslde. liANUF.ACTO&ERS Of Pll'EB1 ETC F c r guaon, Gehrln11: k Oo., l>l (Hay -street. RLOO!!Ili'IELD, ClONN, P.!Ci:JCUS AND DIALUS. Filley, J. H .t Co. .. ur&cr'c\llmS; nc, At,\a.mS. nat.che\dat .tOo., 6 ObatM.-.row. s-.lt, lim. A ., 21 Blactdon.....cne&. Canutil, H & t o 46 Bo.nover. Clark, BreWer .t Soos, 1' t!Qu\h Uartet. Elohberg &-Eller, 169 l!Uk. l'llber & Co., i8 OcntrRl Wbarf.. Satn.el 6 C ourHqu.u,e. E. D .-BroWD1 B. 11;., 220 Grand. : VDIC.t.GO, M.ulOFAOruRERS. Heartt, 0. B., 969 and 271 State-street. t lllillen& 47Soot.h Water: I I I i i Rb1hehtld .t: AUcr, 6Q So nUl Water. Van Born, Murray 4 Co.; 81 and:USouth Water. 1 1 u 1 TOBACCO W .a&BOUSES. Dodmaun1 Charles, !>7-68 Water. B rashears k Co., 46 'Walr.ut. Casey Noonan k Ca., 25 Vine. George A Co. 25 Seeowl Morris & Oballu''-tOO, 102, and 10i West :Jroneo. Pkter & Row, 14 WesL Front. Sa.rgen., L. H. .t Co.,81 Walnut1 lKPQRTERS, MANVF-\OTUROS, .tlm nE,t.U.RIS. GieeD ..... Co;,eMaln 1 1+ Rer.r y t nro .,16.L, 168, and 165.Pear1. .-..ret .. a. Oo., 68 w ... r-. MaUa.y, Richa rd, 1 '!2 Wesl8eoood. Newell, S. B., ll.,_lt'd Malo, ao.d 19 Hammond. mce .t GoklBm'it .b, 20S Walnu\. Robert! .t: J ohnson, US West. Colnmbta.. Spence BrcKhen i Co. 52 East Tblnl.. suW:nn, J. T .t Bro., 89 llace. 'BU.T 'I"Qo, '"' FA.Rl!IVILLE, V 4., 'l'OBA.CCO MANDE'ACTURDtS. Read & Wl1ite. HJlRTFORD, CONN. I :MANDFACTURERS AND D .EAL'KRS B r own II. Zwey ga rt t, 212 St.ate. Burnham, J. D. A Co 77-19 ABylu m J C ase B. 8. A Co 9S Asylum, Bumn .1: Haas hrothcrs.t 29'2 Ml\ln. Farnham a: Barnes, 288 Ktng D. W., 1M Stat.e. P ease, H. & Z. K., 222-224 St_nte. Woodntfl', J oseph S., 233 Stale. LOUISVILLE, KY, TOBACCO W A.RF.lJOUSKS. Francke&: Elhr, 424 Main Glover & C)()., -Main. Phelpe, Caldwt!ll & corner Ma.ln and Tent.h ETC. .Edmunds k Bro wder, 12S...100 Third. Hoyt, Flagg & Co. t O'i aud 109 Mayer 8rotlle r s 204 Flf\h. Spaldi n g, D ., & Sonl, 209-2-11 Chapel. Spaldlog, J. G ..t Bro., 109 l\farket. Willett, J s., 127-129 Third. I BROKP.R.q, BeaUy, Wllllam R., Main Board. BenjM.mln 8., -. Wa,klns, W. LYNCHBURG, V .-" 3-1'0or\::le, Son io Uo .. 118 lll\ln. :McDIMllel .t Irby. Melver" Burch, 70 Main Mo ,,re, Jones & Mllier, 14.1 Ma.tn. Ruckt!r \..A. B., 183 Main. Tyree, .J. H & Co. PETEB!!IBUHG, V 4., Brownley, Burton & Co., 93 Sycamore. Pbber, Jr. Ga.tland, A. B. A: Co. Harris, G., Centre Wl\reb ouse. Mcllwaine, J. F 19 8.)camore. Taw.n&hUJ, Mcl lw.hur ..t Uo. Venn.ble, J. E., & c .. 8 Iron Front, Sycamore. Young, R. A. & Bro, 4lron Pmnt, Sycamore. TOBdCCO W AlUJIOU :SKS. Annstrong, A .t R... r>l South Front. Doldln .t Wartman, North Water. Bnclmor, a: Co, 81 North w ater. Courtney tl: SoD, 11 Sout.h Dohan .t Tii!Jt!, 29 North Me.Yer 0. M, 62 Nor th Front. McDowell .t 89 Nnrth W ater. Sank, J Rln"ldo a: Oo., 8 1 North W ater. Vet.terlein &: Qo, 111 Arch. MA.Ntri'.A.CT11RERS, llKA.LEftS, KTC, Batcbelor B rothers, 83i North Thtrtl. Bremer, Lewls k Boiiin North Th\rJ. John, 18 o r th stt.h. J:lchi!OlJ Brothers, 132 North Thll'd l'rt!<::hle, A. M.! 280 Arch. llaeen, Boyd a. Co., 61 N f)rth Th ird. Bare, Thomas, 'Y4-Ii08 N01-t.h Levy Brofl1e1'81 ti36 Norlh Seoond. Mariner, Jacob, 188 N nrth Th ll'd. Tevls.t: Co. 21 Nort.h T.bird. Smith BroLhen. 121 Norl.h 'lllird. Stoltz A K. corner Third anti BuUon""ood. Van Sehalck. R. A.J508 Cheamut Witthaua, E. L 20 North Frn ot. RICHMOND, V Jl. Bell & Reed, Oovernor-stres durmg the wee)<, the sa.Jes amounting to only about 600 hhd. These were mostly for export, at prices wi, bin the range of our quotati ons. The market i s very firm, h o ller.' gene> ally asking 2c. or Be. more than previuus nu e!4. A s foreign advices continue di:.;couragmg, buyers r efuse to a ccede to these d cwa uds 1hil1k4 iug that when the new crop begins 10 come in there will be n reduclion in most grades. of the old, Vi1ginia Leaf continues to arrive quite free l y, but sales have been light. The betlcr grades are at firm rat:Ps. the ply being quite limited. The hulk of the stock is composed of common and datm>ged descriptions, for which ?rices are quite irreg u lar, ranging from 4c. a 20c gold, &uJ.leaf is generally dull, the latest news from the European u.arket being of a char acter to di,courage shippers. !>ales ,.f 180 cs. New-York a r e reported, at an aVt>l"age of 15c. ; 120. 0 cases Ol>io are sta1cd to huve been aold the week. but .. have tbu OTTore tgn es, wenoteTalesot L A. k Dro3 33 NorLh Third. 0. & R. & Co 190Norl.b Second. Friedman, M & Nortb Second. J,,gvett & D auamn:n, 12 South Second. f..c lllo<11L111oi Chc:!!tnu\ r--lt.NO H a vana for the home trade and 2 5 0 bales for exporL About 10(]) bales Yura have alo bte n LEAF AND MANUFACTURED DU BOIS, VANDERVOORT & CO., (La.te o( lUchmood, Va.), DRQKERS. Austin, Willi"-m r LEWlS SYLVESTER, 131 Maldenlane. KREMELBERG '& CO., TOBACCO 800 LleoT i ee Pn.!:t.e1 bert quality, direct Importation, !'ale, tn boml or duty paid, tn to suit purchasers. TOBACCO, Sli;).\'t' h t No. 45 Water Street, aU $, r liAS. M. ConOLLY, Jn.,} JAS. M G.a.BDIN, W.ALEX. BASI!, JAS. A. CoNNOLLY. lC-54 Jl, v u llvk A.o THE :FOR TilE SALE OF Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco 37 Water Street, sold for 1he home trade, No. 31 Broad-street, (34-S6) NEWYORK. Llber& ca1h ad,ances ma.de on coualgnwet.tlln Tobacco and Cigars F. I DRA UNS & CO., No. 11 Ol.eapJlde Daltlmore. CITY TOBACCO AGENCY, No I 08 Front Street, NEW YORK, Curneliull Du Dob, } 1oaeph B. Vandervoort, 0a.loa A. Bulle<. 14-26 HFfW-l' {}Rl\. BRAMHALL & CO., Commission Merohants Manufactured.-1'herc is no chnnge to note in tho .market, with the exception of a dimin ished activity. Prices o( the infe.-ior grades of Virginia ure somewhat weaker, but the finer grades ate in good demnud at full pric es Bon ded goods are quiet, the only l>nioess transacted bcmg for tbe. dom estic trade. ffieightB,-Quoto.tions oro unchanged, We note among engagements, to Liverpool, 150 hhds., at 30s ; to London, 150 hhds., at sos.; to Bre moo, 160 hhd,, at 22s. 6u. 60 hhds. at 25s., I SO hbds. Maryland -?!U.mllauts No. 349 Fca>'l Street, YQ;R !{. .J. B. ooca. .L o. uw10a. RAWSON, BRIDGLAND & CO., TOBACCO & COTTON FACTORS, AND Mel'Oha.nts, M6. U BROAD-STREET, 214 GKO, B DJ..B.T. E V ftUllT. W. J. DACON'W. D. OLARDr J 8, PARJW!Il, DR. J.D. CLARDY. 12-24 New-York. VETTERLEJN & CO., '1, 0 B A C C 0 (United SU.\es Bonded WarehouJe,) 111 ARCHSTREET, TH. H. VETTERLEIN & SONS, 128 12 WATER STREET, STEIN & BROD, Commission Merchants,' 197 Duanestreet, pr-Ba ccmAantly oa a. large qua.nt.lty of conneotleat. State and Oblo SeedleafTO baeco,. which wUI be aold ln quanti tlee to s uit purchasers. Ciaar ma.nufaot.Ul'era particularly favored. 13-38 MURRELL, CARUTH & CO., GENERAL GEO. s. HART & co., Qliomauhsion 1 8 t f'OB Tim SAl.E OP LEAF TOBACCO, No. 3!l Pearl and 28 Bridge Sts., NEW-YORK. GAIL, AX & Tobacco and tm.-e't' 8fl' 0. \V. GAIL & AX S MAmJFACTURES, 16-b4 BALTIMORE. !J3 & 175 Water Street, 0: K. KING & CO., Toilacc. o Factors No: Street, TnOB, l!. TIAND, 0 rr. R'nw, } TBlW. J DE SilL.&. lliJ Pear tree t4 DAVID O 'NEILL & CO., I 19 Malden lane, NEW-YOIUJ,;, W'ILLUV M PuJa. 600 BALES OLD QUALITY Jabana R\tU SAL;J:, IX BOND OR DUTY P LO'll mT :1'1 BODBT E. KELLY & CO., at :lleaver-street. W. H. FREY, (S'-47) at $12. uu'ul AND VaRCIIAn I!l JOS. \Y. CARROLL. JOS. uor, J N. 1IIl'EJI' QUOTATIONS Ol' WHOLESALE PRICES. John C. Havemeyer & Bro., TOBACCO Commission Merchants, !CohactO, JOSEPH HOY 4 CO., Et-11tucqt .-Light !eaf. (}Qld. Ourrenf'11. and frO&tAtd tugt,, -Soun luf,.,,. .. .. .. .. .. G @ 'l @ 9 No. 1s9 PEJlRL sTBnET, Commission Merchants, (UP S TAIRS,) No. 126 Pearl-street, Between Mald en Lane nnd Cedar St., New-York. NEW -YORK. NO. 175 PEARLSTREET, Just received, a large quantity of Pennsylvanl& Leaf Toba cco 80-M 223 HEWYORK. TANNAHILL, MciLWAINE & Co., Low \ .. nf,. ... .. .. 7 @ 9 9.;!!:!.121 Medium lea r,' ............. 10 1 4 @U>i Good t.o tine-lef, ..... @10 Choice :!clec:tioos, ........ 1 6 @'20 22 ::.0Do.-IIea.Ty l ea r Trashy HUd froated lugs, .. @-8owld lu.gs1 .. .. .. .. .. .. 7 @. 9 Low .. .. .. .. .. .. 10 @ 12 1 Medium Lea.f, ............ 1 8 @16 I Gvod to fino: Leaf, ..... .. 1 6 @18 2+ G+ l GENERAL 'I'UO. l. Sl.A11CRTU1 '8. B. WJII)Oll. Commission Merchants CARROLL, HQY & CO., No. 36 Perdh1o-street, NEW-ORLEANS. Choke &el e t 'i:lon :t, ; ...... 19 @22 J!Utourt':.-Co'll)n oon ract011 arled Lear, 10 @11 u;-Mcdiwn do @14. lq.-NORTON, SLAUGHTER&; CO., Cotton Factors, (f)enernl ,Jlerrhant$, NO. 40 BROADSTREET, 28-SQ NEW YORK. SPENCER BROTHERS eltadan4, .For the Sale of' Produce .o\ND PURCHASE OF MERClliANDISE GE}I."ERALLY. No. 79 Front-street ......... NEWYORK. AIJ.BnN & TAKKAntLL, of VQ.. MciLW-'. 1 .t Co 88-69 of Pctenburg, Ya. SAWYER, WALLACE & 00., Merchants, No. 47 Broad Street, G. H. MERCER, Tobacco an9-General 76 Waterstreet, N. Y. -. Tobacco suitab l e for t.he Wt"St Indies, M exico, and 'l.ral alway on &ad. DEALERS IN TOBACCO, SEGARS, JOSBPB BALL, Manufacturer, NEw-YoRK. Segar R. H. 0BttR, R. P. 0:BRR, l A. G 0BER, New-York Joa. S N ew-Orleane. FURS, OBER, NANSON & CO., .wv. rs Jlm(/m !t'ane1 C M h .lJID 76 Barclaystrqet, N, Y. A large aasomnent of SEGARS, CHOICE 29..s1 H SCHUBART tf CO., NANSON ... OBER&>CO. & .Loma. OB!Ul, A'l'WA1'ER &: CO .. NBWOIUJI_.tctloDJ, 1 7 @-l:ltrlpl .... I.".. .. .. 10 -Olato.-Comm'D, .......... ... 4+ w T urownaud "'P" Doded .. .. ........ @. 10 fine red allld apa.ncled .. -11 l..J. Fine yellow and lito cy.. ] d :t-2 .................... 4.t@ 7i M tddt lng,, .-8 @ 10 0.Hd, .... -"""''""" .,, .,-10 @, 16 laney,, .. ..... ,,,,, .. -16 ('!I 22 (km.n.teticwt &.-
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Not IJ1rlc:Uy 100nl1 DOKESTIC BECEIPTS @-110 =;g,@-:g 60 116) -110 10 -Ill 116 11 -.. 4t, -!Ill 040 M JII!OOO 80 JIG 00 40 uu lit 00 115 00 til 00 80 00 88 00 26 110 .;.tO 00 26 00 84180 :HI tiO @ 26 00 900@ 1100 100 -00@-100 -811@ -95 -90@ 100 -60@ -66 -42i@ -M@ -2T -liS -28 -26@ -86@ Amved dunng the week ending 24th m New York anll m Ctty for the two weeks endmg that d&te, 2854 hhds 6268 pkgs., of whteh 156 hhds and 4760 pkgs were recetved dtrectly from Vtrgma and North Carolina. Constgnments Bacon, Clardy & Co 112 bhds., 81 pkgs Arkenburgh & Bryan, 105 hbds D. II Baldwm, 7 B C Baker, Son :& Co 277 Barclay & Lmngston, 31 ; B, 12, J A Dodd & Co, 9, Duncan, S & Co, 107, J M Campbell & Son, 61 Davs & Rtehmond, 16, E M Crawford & Co, 81 bhds, 40 pkgs Classon & Co, 1 hhd Fatman & Oo r 9, C B F4llenstem & Son, 72 Foster, C & Co 8 J C II"'vemeyer & Bro 5 IIemeken & Palmore, 18 J E Haynes & Sons, 15 hhds 20 pkgs T Hoyt, 3 hhds II Koop, 5; 0 K Kmg & Co, 37 Kruse & Drexel, 24, Murrell, Caruth & Co, 100, Mallory & Don na.n, 14 bbds, 10 pkgs II M MorriS, 5 hbds R L Matlland & Co, 76, Norton, Slaughter & Co, 88 W Newcomb & Co, 28 C F Osborne, 9, Oelrichs & Co 23 1 J W Prwe, 1 Kremelberg & Co, 31, Raw son, Brtdgland & Co, 40 hnds, 1947 bxs. mf C Reed & Co, 78 hhds, 100 pkgs. W II Smth & Son, 22 hhds 65 pkgs. Snoddy & IIo" ard, 65 Sull1van, Murphy & Co Sawyer, Wallace, & Co 396, II A Swan, 34, Unkart & Co, 1, Voobees & Garrtson, 5, Watts, Crane & Co, 130, S Ayres, Son & Co, 878 pkgs II Crane, 143, Bulkley & III, 12, Bcrmger & Co, 243 F W Beck, 16, Colgate & Co, 13; Daken, Carroll & Co 150 A Fries, 37 G B Fer riB, 10, Gal, Ax & Kuebler, 31, Frank & Bro, 3il, Heald & Mtller, llO, J Htcks,' 11 'T, J T Hams, 147, A Frazer, 6, Gordop, F & McMllan, 88 W H Locke, 9 G W IItll man & Co 106 S Mayo & Co 17 W 0 M,..ste, 96, J Macy0s Sons, 2 hhds,, 482 pkgs H M Morrts, 820 P S March, 69 Dubms & Vandrvoort, 170, Ltvmgston, Fox & Co 15 Ha" kms & G 42 M B 8 A S Rosenbaum & Co, 148, Shackleford, Haas & Co 26 Sackett, B & Co 29 E S Thackston, 209, S T1lton & Co, H3, S & J Schtfer, 159, S Wflght, 19, Vandeveer & '1', 3'7, We1l& Co, 41 The consignments from Vtrgima and North Carolwa, mclnded m the above hst, amount to 1511 and 4'760 pkgs cons1gned as follows Gibraltar-85 cs $1500 .Marmllu--102 hhds., $27,889. .Brltilh x. A hhds., $1o, s6I ; a cs $11175 ; lbs m!, .H12 ; total,,.,.,248. Weat cs $521 G-uana;:-4/-. $2800 Wat $6100; 930 lb!;. mt "$807 tot;U'I'Ifo!T. --stiilement of exporta and ther vnlues for the weeks endmg Pkg8 Crude Lb6 Mf. Value 787 05<6< 1299 !ISS l 06!l 890 978 1S9,418' 1 200 89 698 872 614 O c t 8 1 683 t> SOO 19,3M 294,828 Amount of eJ a iU5 50, 1 hhd fillers at $8 80, 1 hhd medmm manufacturmg loaf at $17, 4 hhds good do at $21 a 23 75, 1 hhd stnps at $23 75 per 100 lbs Inspeellons of Mtssoun for the week end1ng th1s date, 611 hhds, total smce Jan uary, 22,431 hhds same hme m 1864, SG, 897 hhds tt'HE TOBACco of repo1ts up to tbs date. We extract as folio" s The market has been active the past week, parbcularly so on Thursday and Friday, and for general descnptions of shtppmg leaf (of good we1ght) pr1ces closed on Friday from $1 to $2 50 h1gher than at the close of our last report. The mspect10ns have been full, but the rec01pts bcgm to show some flllmg of[ W c noto a good deal of tobacco has been re ceved here, whiCh will be held over until sprmg Moulded and funkcd descrtptions of manufacturmg contmue to sell lower than any other sorts We see no reason why planters should hurry themselves mg down their crops ( 1f of a man ufacturtng character), unfess they thmk them safer here In the warehouses than on theu farms, or unless they are bound ro have some money Lugs are wthout quotable change No sales the pnst "eek of etther fine manu facturmg or fine Eoghsh crops We take occasiOn to advtse sh1ppers to put thmr hogs heads m good order before sendmg them to the rulroad W c nohce tobacco counng m on the Southern road, very much out of order" I nspecbons for tho week at the warehouses "Centre, 26 hhds, West Hill, 58 hhds, Moore's, 93 hhds, 106 hbds" NEWORLE.I_NS,Oe&.ll.-We have no sales to report for the past week. Rec01pts arc on the merease, and we bear of large lots on th01r way from the West to th1s market Arnved smce the 6th mst 122 hhds exported smce samo date, none Stock on hand at the lOth mst 1120 hhds FOB.EIGJr. H.I_V.I_NA, Oc&. 18.-The tj.emand leaf contmues moderate, and 1evora.l lots, embracmg about 400 bales mcdtum quality of the lower descnphons of Partldo, havot been sold for export at about $25 per The market os poor! supplied with destmble sorts, a.nd, consequently, tr&nsacttons ue hm1ted Follers contmue to be taken msmall quanbbes for the Umted States at provwus quotations Chewmg tobacco remams at $26 a '27 per qtl LONDON, Oet. 7,-Wm Brandt's Sons & Co, m thelf report of th1s date, J In Amertcan tobacco here thiS week no busmcss of any Importance has been done Proces contmue firm, wtth a falf demand for most desenpt10ns, espec r ally of colory and leafy kmds Included 10 a sale of substitutes -"ere 5 hhds mferwr Kentucky leaf, whtch Maryland -Soles last monlh were about 684 hhds for all ordmary sorts dull de mand, bot colory good descnpt10ns m good mqmry We tlunk the trade would be some what better 1f our stocks cons1stcd smtabte qua.l1bes QUOT.ATlO!lS F O B J.nTL.U(D Ordlna!7 oll7 Ul4 ordlo&ry Ordinary and ordinary sound, Good .ordinary and ordin&r.J brown, Medium brown and eolory l'lne medium and dDt, 11 @. 14: OAio and JJay -Sillllll supphes and b..d qua.llties, !11ices about SO per cent bgher than at the same ttme last year All these facts are gamst these kmds Snles only 135 hhds. QOOT.AftOU Ohio Bay Ordlaary trt.tecl and 1bort, 8 @ 7 grl 8 0 i grt LEAF. a workman "To brong about a good feehng between employer and employed," he was often heard to 1111y, 1s one of the c:hief o b Jects of my ambition," and well has he hved up to thts noble sentiment Chartlable to a fault, h1s alms are numerous and many a worthy mshtution n Uus coty and can testify to hts liberality m tlus respect But emmeut as he 1s m the achievements and quahhes enumerated, 1t JS m the somal sphere that he slnnes most consptcuo.ls It has been the good fortune of the wuter to be often thrown m!o Ins soctcty, when the gran and tlioughtful man of busmess, divesting ':himself for "one hltle moment 11 of the anxwlaes and perplexlloes of engrossmg traffic, resolved h1mself mto the gemal and urbane host, or the central figure round whiCh revolved the chosen guests of some congemal fnend, and he cnn truly say he nev-er met a more agree able or entertammg gentleman Intellectual and hts of wt are '' "ont lo set the table Vl a roar," and some of the best bon mots known to hiS ctrcle Me the scmt1lla hons of h1s festive hours. In 1862 Mr Hall made the tour of Europr, and the many rare arhcles of ve> tu "htch he brought back from Rome, Pompeu, and oUter plnccs, and wb1ch now ado)\11 h1s provatc rest denee, bear wttness to the refinement and cultivated taste of the o" ner The Banbury (Eng) Adve1 tuer, of July lOth, 1862, thus record, a VJsot wh1eh he made to the partsh of Shutford a short time pnor to his depart ure for the contment The chancel of the pniish church has re cently been pulled down for the purpose of bemg rebmlt The foundahon stone "as la1d on Tuesday, the 1st of J nly, by Mr Joseph Hall, cogar manufacturer, of New-York, "na bve of the pa11sh, and now on a v1slt to the home of hs youth The boy of seventeen had now returned m the pnme of life and m the full vogor of man hood to perform th1s graceful act, and hnk h1s name forever wtth the annals of the place The best "1shes of nil who know h1m here Will follow Mr Hall on hts present voyage and not a few w1ll eount w1th Impatient long mg the days that must mtervene between h1s departure and return E B ---TAX ON DAJlAGEDJTOBACCO A suBSCRIBER sends us the followmg re quest for mformahon "Can you gve me any mforwatwn through the columns of your paper as to whether the manufa.cturcrs holdwg manufactured stock wh1eh has turned bad on the1r hands, for whteh the amount of tax can not be obtamed, aro held respons1ble for the &"ne? For m stance, f some of my goods are so hnd as to fetch 25c to 30c only, am I to pay the govern ment tax .of 40c on same?" Chambers' Bdnburgh .Tourn&l, and to whiCh we add a cut and some further esplanatory detals The clay from whiQh ptpes arc IL&OU(aetur ed eomes pl'mctjlllly from Purbeck', In Dor setshre, whence 1t IS trallaported to1 all parts of the kmgdom The first process is the breaking and the day wttH a wood en rammer, and miXIIJ$ it w1th water to a conSistency smllar to that of putty The clay, at the reqms1te consistency, then passes on to a man who pulls, tw1sts, rolls, thumbs, and kneads t out, wtth astomsllmg celenty, mto small separ11te long t01lcd lumps, each large enough, and to spare, for a smgle p1pe These he lays loosely together m a heap, ready for the moulder 'l'hc moulder, a sktlled arb san ln h1s W:l), dexterously draws the long tao! of the lump over a fine steel rod wh1ch he holds m the left hand performmg m less than half a mmute what seems a mtra.cle of sktll, by mbeddmg the rod m the exact cen tre of the clay through the whole length of the p1pe He then l&ys the rod m the lower sectwn of the mould, represented at A m our cut, the upper portoon IS prectsely snmlar and IS shut down upon t, and secured by a proJecting pm m one mould flttmg mto caVl hes m the other It 18 then placed m the press, fixed to a bench by a strong benm, a, w1th whtch 1s connected an 1ron plate, b, hav mg a screw turned by a handle, c, wh1cb presses toward 1t another plate, between the t_wo the mou)d IS placed and squeezed lightly together, the handle d Ill then brought down upon t, the proJectmg rounded cone at e entermg the mass of clay destined to form the bowl of the p1pe, the cl&y-l,S thus squeez ed upward, and all that IS superfluous IS cut away by a kmfe, a passage for which IS mnde. m the mould at f, and when the mould 1s opened, the p1pc IS turned out complete as to form drapery mscrtbed .Morte pour Ia It was by Fto'et, of St Orner, one of the bes 1 t desogn e rs of p1pc bowls In an other we see a Parts ouoe?" en blouse repos mg along the ppe stem, and pomtong to the bowl Suffrage 1tmversel Two really good deSJgns e.xh1b1t French and Italian labcrty, the former has a noble figuro supportmg tho V1ctor's wreath m the rtght hand, and the flag wscrtbed Liberte m the left bes1de her stonds a lion, and she IS sup ported boy the fasces of Jusbce, whwh form the bo'l). of the ptpe Italoa IS m the cos turne of a Roman warr10r, her nght band dll"ects the sword to the neck of the Eagle, expmng beneath her feet. The papal ams are upon the and the fasces agam form the bowl [TO :BB COS:'l'IS: UED] MR JTonN K CniLDREY, of R1chmond,Vn, has suc-ceeded Mr Wllllam Bnrrctt m the manufacture of the celebrated "Barrett An chor and Crown brands of negrohcad twiSt Mr Childrey havmg for a numbet of yenrs supermt ended the manufacture for M r Bar rett, the pubhc may be confident that the quobty of these favor1te brands wtll suffer nothmg by the change. MR A B GARLAND, of the firm of Gat" land & Co of Petersburg, Va 1s authortzed to receive subscnptJons for THE ToBACCO LEAF CaUti)D.-A.,ll persons are cautioned ag:unst buy ingan.r SMOKING TOBACCO purporting to have been put up by me, as I have uot m&D.ul&cturcd auy smco April 1861 and none of the gennme hae been IJl the New York market since the sprl.llg or 1862 I am pre paring for n.n immcdln.te reanmptton of Its m.annfa e ture, when those dealrlng the genuine article Clln be aupphed by calhng ou my agents :Messrs BULKLEY & M..ooBE, No 74 Front street A Gentleman of long experience la &be Tobacco trade, and auexteosneacqnruntancowlth the manuracturera m Vngml& and who can command !\ good tradl.o is desll'ons or efi'ectmg a eo partnership wtth som.e large house jn New York or B<lmore "Satisfactory references given and reqn!rod For fnr ther m!ormatton ace Editors of TonAcoo LEAP 33-36 Tbe aclverther, a retent or Rich mond V& au e:x:perlcnced and practical accountant, employment as such in some house m New York doing the Collowmg bnsmees Wholeeale gro eery and commu1aion dry a:oods, or mannfacturo and sale of tolbacc:;o Has had considerable experience in all Woulld not o'lct to travel to and from Virgmla nud New York for the Interests of Ius employer R e rers, by permission to the folio\\ mg gentlemen :B J JOHNSON 24 Old Shp, New York CHW.:ES T Won TUA.X & Co, E T PILKINTON Rtchmond Yo. 25 bbds Fatman & 1 rrn, lf hilUS 1 J MICy BOSTON, 0.,1. 21. -Tax patd manufac tured, of all dcscrtpbons, 1s m hmttcd sup ply, and busmcss durmg the past week h"'" sbo" n a sloght fallmg off Po tces for mfer10r quahlies arc less 6rm good are well mamtnmed at prevrous rates, and meet a ready demand We quote quarter pounds m bond at 25c a 35c, and at 22 a 23c Bnghts :tre scarce am] nomm3l Tnx ;---ovA:nuo.r'luau a 45c Old Vrgmta quarter pounds, rcnovat ed, have sold at 65c, and we note sale, of sev erallots of new Brooklyn ma'ke at same figure Nav) s, best, nrc moderately active, nt 'TOe a '78c Vrgtmll range f10m 85c a 95c, realozed 3ld to 4d per lb, and 5 half t1erces fine Negrohead wcte sold af 2s 6d The only arnvols of tobacco from the State3 smce the begmmng of the mont! have been 167 bhds ancl 150 half bcrces, m the steamer Atalanl dong SecretoryF A ScHROEDER NewYork Correpondmg Secretary-EDWARD Buau N Y F .A ScnnOJmER Chauman lOIIEPR IIALL; ESQ PKii!IDKNT OF THE CJOA.R MANUFACTURERS,_ TaJr The profit theso men der1ve from thctr merchand1se 1s cxceedmgly sm II but they have an allowance for break age whteh, bemg !l careful race, they contnve to avo1d, and thus mcrease theu percentage The commonest French p1pe 1s a well fimshed nrtoc'e, wtlh a graceful bowl and a well proporlloned stem, 1ts owner keeps 1 t m n case, and reveres 1t for its blackened hue and pungent odor, and grows attachod to It from long use Numbers of the better class of French p1pes are manuf,.ctured. of porce lam, and some arc adorned w1th enamelled portratls and beaullful he..ds, executed 10 a style that puts to shame the works of our average mtmature pamters Others are formed of var1ous kmds of earth or earthy compounds, compressed in moulds by the THO>IAS URAUSON (34--.'!6) Tobac.co.-1&0 hhtl11 tlissouri a ssorle 1 sutable for Manufa c tuer ror sale by C W W:\L'l'FR, 10 South W!.Ula:n street LeaC T:'obaeeo.L24. CWieJ or old Connecti cut W a p pen, crop o r 1SG3 tor u1e la lob to ault LEE DROTRERS, 269 Peql.St, near l'ulloo FISHER & HANCOCK, No 4 Excha.n"'e-place, potter, and afterwa1ds cut m deeper rehcf hy Curro s IFauu. by hand Some are made of rue kmds of Ll'nchbu,g, Va. wood turned m the lathe, or arbsbcally --11!!!!""" __ .,..,..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!,;,...,;..,,;,;,:;.;,;;; carved, and hned wth clay or earthen bowls B. M. BROWN, 1to rests! the fire Agam, they are fashooned Manufacturer, m elegant shapes from masses of agate I &mbcr, crystnl, cornehsn, and tvory, as well las the varwus kmds of pure or mtxcd metals Ptpes fashwned of every )Jfa dtcable matertal, and upon which unwenfled labor and exquoste hste have been bestowed are to be met with m the stores of the dealers and yet 1t 1s a rare Lhmg to see m a Pa.ns1an's mouth any thmg more costly than the Simple mne mch p1pe of soft, porous A.ND WHOLF.S.U.I DEALER IY FmE SEGA:RSj 34 86 220 Crandstreet, BROOKLYN, E. D. W. DESSAUER, WHOL:ESALE DEALER IN l fJouneetlea& Seed-.Lea1" aad Havana TOBACC'O. Also, and FINE Imported CIGARS. clay, wtucb, w1th Is case, fitting 1t almost as closely as the mould m whwh 1t was pressed, may be bought for twenty five sous The t"agmtlcent ppes of the French market are got up for the delectatiOn of the foregnel"lj 8448 w1th whom the capttal abounds, and for the __________ pope collector, a bemg who ndes a hobby hable to become franticly extravagant 1 An lilustrated volume mtght enstly be fOmpo&ed on the subJect of French and German ptpe, so extens1ve is the V&Tiety, McREADY & KOH!f, Wholesa.le deateril lu all klnd.ll or and sometimes the beauty, of the form and T O B A C e O deSign they exh1b1t. Ingenmty, so far from exhaushng 1tself, absolutely seems to rove! ever the producbon of new and uncommon forms Not only are they beautifulm de8lgn and lav1sh 10 enrichment, but they occaaton ally are exceedingly quamt and grotesque, at tomes they exh1b1t the feature of some popular personage, at other times they pw & BRO, Dl.lLinS llf .&LL JUNDS 01' TOBACCO AND lure some great event. Throughout the two SE G A R S, last revolutoons m France, the cheap clay NOJ. 166 Water-street, p1pe embod1ed the struggles of the people for N r...cunaucOB. t 'ttW thcU" hberty honored those who fell 1 n 1ts I LcnMBauc"" f (84-46) N:rr -1' -e-B.K. d e f ence, or who as leaders 10 the ROBITQHEK & TAUSSIG, ONIUB.IJ Total value. Lverpool-2 cs samples, $60 2cs CJgars, $88o total, fg4o London220 hhds, $84,388 19 cs, $1000, 16,191 lbs mf., $4800, total, $70,136 Br.utol-17 hhds, $6000 hhds 1 '68,876 At the break on U1e 21st mst the otfermgs amounted to 120 hhds, mostly lu;s and low loaf, of w hicb S9 ere sold at the followmg rates 18 hhds at $5 a $6 75, 8 at $7 a $8 60, 13 at til a tl 0 7li, 9 at $11 a $18.60; 12 at $18 a $1& 110, 14 at$17 a $20, 10 at *21 a $25, 10 at $26 a $32. The last month brought only hons m the value of tobacco There large transactwns m Kentucky, m all lower grades, but less 111 all better deserptwns, as the extstmg h111:h prtcoa for the latter make the busmess for the mlenor very dtmcult. We fear thnt the btgh pnces, pe 1 fectly JUStified, Will hmder the busmeso to our mter1or vrgy materially ; md the CIDitFrom the humblest begmomg, alone and unatded, he gra. ...

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THE TOBAO ... C9 .. = ya:.D ... H.i'COLELL, FISOHER & RODEWALD, TOBACCO BROlER8t Chatham-street Snuff W ALLIS & CO. EXTRA. T obaooo m anufactu re rs and t h e t rade i n general ar e parti c ul a rly re q u este d to examine an d t es t t he s u pe ri or proper t i es o f thi s LICORICE, wh.iob being now brou ght t o the hi ghest perfect i on, i s off e r e d und e r the abo\'e style of b rand W e n r c a l s o S OLE AGENTS f or the brand F. G. A c kno w l e d ge d b y c o ns u m e r s to b e t h e b es t in the m arket. And for tb c brand of Li c oric e Sti ck ( 8-3-611 D89 L.AH-tfit'8 KAWUYACTUBXB O F Tll l C .ELEBRATED Rail oad 'MiH s Snufl8, No. 2 Hanover Building, DEPOT, Hanover Square, 202 Chatham-street, N. Y., 16-54 '""""""YO.,.,.. .-1111--110e11: ot B&nu w ..,..,... AA. llllllllllen ... Yorl<, 111111 olber -at lleeol-leal o# LOWIB! ll'fiB; Jlo. EADIE & HARRIOTT, a.oEDS I I Le'at & Manufactured TOBACC O .lND SIG.lBB, lSI ..,._,tlftt.une, U.U WJ.TD-ITRU'I' HloclloD or hac r O.OU, Ole. ;-. ARTHUR GILLENDER &00., JOHN ANDERSON_ & 00., A1d"IIDD II.&IOUS, DULD:m H avan a a n d Domestic C I G A R S, lta1 Pipes and Fancy Articles, WHOLEII&LB AND RET&tL, Nos. 37 and 89 Bowery, 2s-w KEW-YOBK. JOHN L DEEN, D U.J:R 1K Casey, & Co., FIXE .CIG A.II.S, 86 M a iden-L ane, KEJf'"rOJU[, WATTS a LIPMII, Segar ManufactUrers, 7 5 BOWERY, ............ ,..., t NEW-YORK. U!I&T l.I:Pll.llll. f 218 a .>c. lloDAMEL & JBBY, TOBACCO f!igmuriJitdlus LYlfCJmlJRG ,VA. I. JI.'COID.&, M'CORKLE, SON &: CO., CltOCERS, \', O'M. m\.% %\on. ll\ \t\' e\\.o. "'\ f> ,G. H. 29-81 In all r es pects equal to CA L ABRIA. 133 WATBR.STRUT. 1 KEW-rORK1 ..... ....., } JfEWYOBK. DQ.l.a IU.UJOTT. 213 M. ERTHEILER, TOBACCO BROKERt InhattO', j.nlatt FOAEIDN AND DOMESTIC Wit. D!M.UTH & co., LEA'F TOBACCO. ND KAMUr.ACTURZBS Or CHEWIXO A1fD IIMOIW(O TOJI.&.COO, No. 113 Mllin Street, L YNCBBUBG, VA.. llciVER & BURCH, GOJDZ, WALLIS & CO., R. S. L:A..'.OORRE, 2 1-68 S9 lc 11 SOu&llWWI,... 81. _JIIfO&'l'&a ... TOBACCO LEAF, Coueeti ea t IHd Leaf of IDJ OWil Puklq. k t r II t r ti d t -, '1'8 R"ccler llfre et, 70 Main St., Lynchburg, Va., TOBACCO FACTORS LICORICE PASTE, EXCELSIOR MILL& PURE POWDERED LICORICE, Gum Arabic, OLIVE OIL, TONQUA BEANS, And other Flavorings r o r T obacco nhtlill' use, r or aale by WEAVER & STERRY, lmporten, 29-81 18 PLATT-ST. J1' Y. LIQUORICE PAS'rE. FRANCIA, Importer of Liquorice, 101 W a ter-Street, lf. Y. a & P O&blD & Oo. XX & M r brands, a ll or su p erior quUt y lor Nle a& lowe.t market rawa. 2 T -G2 LICORICE PASTE. -:o : -HENRY M. MORRIS, 19 r .. rt l 82 Stone Strftta, New-York, IVPO&TU A.liD 90L8 J.OIIiT I X TIIW U 8 FO& BIB M. & OEB.TIPIC ATKS wW be a howu trom &he l eadlolt manu: tacturen lD JUcbmon d. L 7 DChborr Pdenhurg, D::mvlllr, Brook l y n, 8&. Looll, L oul..,.1l l e1 Col'lpPon, Plllsbur@', ada, Alll&rall&, and O&Uforn& 80--82 Ha.ve.na Segars, etc., 187 Pearl Street, 4101'. -eea&r. I No. 71 EBSex St., near Grand St., DJU.I.U 10 124 Water-Sreet, NEAR VYAL.L.ST,, lfEWYORK. 8&LB S'NBES, ltaf lobacco tgars. a 1 -88 18, 18, and 20 Chamben Stree t, I Bat&blilhod l Jaoa.J 1s-e' NEW-YORK. C. H. wffiTTAM & LAWRENCE, Out Chewing and Smoking Tooacco,' MANUvAcroa!lns oP !ItT, tit, eer. Barday, Tobacco Snuff & Ciars Aod or Llcbt and Dark W ork Lump, Twist and R o ll To I 6 p Jl S lf y Dk J bacco, 39 ear treet, ew or lfepperhan Tobacco Workl, Have ._tantlr on band a lara< wonmcot or Yoaten, N.Y. ca.wlllo toucco. J'iaeCu\ Plain Mid. Pre The Oel ebr&le4 uad Snet. Grau u lated, Turkt.h SJDokloc IDlported. Hava Young Americ a 1 SMODJIO TOB.lt'OO. Turkllh na and Dometlc Vl&'ar. Slao d ard B n o ry Eagle, Spanb h .&lao, a 1fC6t TVIe L y o r Oaveo d llb E xira Long, r renc h, and othe r Long Cul. J'aaq 8mok1Dg En u.l. Fr h, German d Sc h MedO!UoD, &JUI l!llonOut No.I, 'tobacco. enc 1 an otc s :N 111' F Clay Pipes. Rose Scented, Uacco bo7, Frt'Dc h llappe e Congrcn, and GoodiWarraoted. Qrdert rF THE ONLY MANUFACTU R E R S 01' T HE AMERIeco le d. -I CAN BIRDSEYE SMOK I NG T O B ACCO 2TM BARBER eft DUNLOP, DEALERS IN I LE_AF TOBACCO, i llD OF SEGAR.& 348 Pearl Street, r B. 1U.R BJ::R,} 'E'V.w T.li.D'Il' J DUNLOr. U:llf -VJ.!.'"- ALL K I NDS Of SEOARS i\IANUF.AOTURED TO ORDER. 27-St D B JRIICII LICORICE PASTE THOMAS HOYT.&Co., M:OBES & iiiRSCH, F. GRUND & CERERO, IJiliPOBTBBS, 118 Pearl-street, lfew-York. J. C. y Ca. R. R. YlfURB.IA.. F. o : C. 00-Si Bew-Yort & Vir(inia Steamship Co. TBE OLD L'DfE. Beml-Weel N NEWTOBK. &: E. SALOMON, IIO'OJrTDa o Havana Segars, .LEAF TOBACCO, -Ali'D -ut IIUlla J, L. GASSERT & XAYER & CO_., LE-AF TOBACCO, 143 Wa&er-Sb:eet, l!lliWTG:aK. -----L. K.ELLNEB., tl_ William Street, bl "'. LICHTENSTEIN BBO'S., : LEAF TOBACCO, 8BGAU_ BTC ETO All klndJ o t Pl or;, Pu.<>-<:ut, &JUI ( )IMflfiDI Tob&cco. ADo, lare aaaortmon t or eat ".l' O MCeO I COBIUtty Oil bUd. .-a.-,.,..,..,.,p....,Uvall"'"",. 34 & N. Y., -.uw-N o. '%9 GJU.TDRSTlUI:BT, N:z:w-ORI.E.A.NB. LA. lSI M. RAPER & SON, TOBACCO B ROKERS, 180 Pearl Street, (SICCOID VOO R lUST 01' W J.LL &!BUr,) 16-63 NEW-YORK. J. S. GANS, loltatc o ) tok. tt, 50. 86 WALL STREET, (Tonllne BuDding, ) JfEWTOBK. .J08EPB S&LIGSBUG D.lVID L"IVT 'l'he elep!d fllteaiDihlPI o f u.llllne leave New-Yo r k Pier 21 N. &., roo& o f ftd&oo-fireeL, eTei'J W EDNESDAY and 8&-TUR D AY, at 1 1 o'oloct w. Relamtnr, they leav e u tolon: HOYT, FLAGG & CO., F. A. GOETZE & BRO., Dlltn& J H LEVY &: SELIGSBERG, TOBICCO""'iiu or SIDFJ!. Leaf Tobacco, ConnectlcEutRISIIaed-leaf, Steamsb1p YAZOO, Ca p t. ColftJB11eave R i chmond eve r y 'tlltlday a& 8 : Clt:J Polnt. at.l K.; Norfo l k a.t. 8 P .ll. Succ e saon r o St.eamehl p OUOL&. Capt. Kr wo, l eaves ltlebroon4 everr Sa'urdaJ at. 8 .t..K. ; OUy Poin& al.1 2 II. ; Norfollr. a i 8 P .ll. EniU'Slo n Uolu;t.l lalued at. reduced rat.et. Paueo,er acHOYT, BARBOUR & CO .. 107 and 1CXJ Second St., IF'Th e NO. 157 BOWERY "Garibaldi Smoking Tobaoco, and St. AND I:MPORTERII O F 0. BBl NKKEN k PA.UIO &E, A ge n ts, LOUI SVILLE, K.Y Maaufaaor-of the rollowlnc cclebnted bnw., Omer Rappee Snutr." U NEW-YORK. HAVANA TOBACCO. 115 BBO.lDW .l'l", N Y A g e nt a: G. -, WA.Tsow,llchmond, VL i AND. Kn .... BKO. l'etenbW'I, VL; H. 8.110'& .t BBo.lNorfulk, Va ; Ho D u iSL A hn, Lrn e bburg, Va.. i 1 I PmBD'tOII Dan rllle, V a. SO-Si Jlatabllllhed 1860. J. N. KNOOP,. Who\rute deale r lD all klnd1 of LEAF TOBACCO, 1>0 loliSTIO .liiJ) HAVANA 8ECAR8. FINE. CUT CHEWING T I SUNNYSIDE, SW EET OWEN, ROSE-BUD. .KILLICXINICX S MOK.INO TOBA CCOI, Gol de n E a gle, Cabiaet. GraDd Mogul, ChiiiUiey-CotAdo & HOYT, FLAGG lc co ; Loulsrilie; lt)l THOMAS HOYT lc CO., New -York. B. M'&nul acturer or Ida C t lebrat ed B rand a o r Fine Out Ohewing and Smoking TDBAGGOSo Also, 1ohn Corniah Virginia Leaf Tin Foil. J.liD DI.ALER 1M .I.LL I.INDI OF E. M:. ORA WFORD & CO .. IIIIPOBTBRII A.ND DE&LERI nr ALL k n m s or LEAP T ,OBA.CCO, 121 Jind 123 Front Street, .. ClU'Im>ID, t D. hm, J L f 1 4-26 NEWYORK, 248 Street, N BWTOBK. M FELIX MIRANDA, ..... ...... Havana Leaf Tobacco, 181 PBA.BLIn'IIBBT, NIIWvali., AWD lUIVJAC'I'ORP 0. TH& BR.!Xb o SlOAN A :t\ I r r a n d Dealer l n Meenchauro, Briar t.n4 OlaJ p A T D OLD Jilr.UIIi, S IGAR LIAJ, SIGARS, SNUrJ, PLU Q TOBACCO, LINDHEI:M BROS. S. BEBNSTEIN, 17-6 9 R.ITICA, In. Havana. ll131 BOWBBY, Jf. Y. Havana a nd DeiiHistle CJIARLES SEITZ, IBBGAR.SI-(Iec ..... r 10 8elll .t Co.) U D 1 PeB.rl...-tree1:, DJULRR 1 s No. TOBACCO -(!fear HuOYer-oq--.) PAILITttH & LAMIE, (SUO) 81M2 Pearl-street. Smokers' Articles etc., etc. J[ullfaetory aad lalea ll.oom, Jlo. 76 Bowery NWYORK. JOSEPH SCHEIDER'S NJITIONdL Tobacco Works, 246 248 CANAL-STREET N. Y o r !!anufactured Tobacco A1ID OIGARS, .AMD lKPOJ.TmS O J' Keencha11111, Wood &IUl all other llmoldtlf Artlllll. 28 Courtlandt-ltreet A. LINDB EIM. If. FALL ll. LIND HElM. (Nearllro&dway ) !IW-l' ffiUt Dr" De.J>Ot of H. Wilkt"ll.l a Co.'s Tobacoo Worka, Baltim.Ol' e1 1ld. U GEORGE WICKE, SE&AR BOXES, (Superior Make & Prime Quality,). 24-62 01' CEDAR WOOD, No. ae Willett-street, NEW-YORK: MOSS & FALX:, L. BERINGER &: CO., Foreign and Domeatlcl ... o .uu .u .... IX Leaf Tobacco Smoking and Chewing Tobacco. 19 6 B. BESS, 19 6 M.lli11J'J.CT1J"BUS OP ,SEG-AR.&, -:o: Seam, Plq ud Leaf Tobacco, 41S LmD'lY-sTRBBT, BRANDS. No. 148 W.A.TBB STBlllliiT, New-York. }1 28-40 NEWYORK. Cute Blanche Poeaboutas, Peach, l'lonL, .... A LL OII D EBS P U MOTOAJ L Y ATt'ENDE D TO. 30-U I lloney Dew, l K.Wicklolck, TACIMMN I, COLELL And o ther Branda. tmporlerlota rulwholl!l&leatenln i BALTIMORE TOBACCO WORKS P. WEILBACHER, Leaf Tobacco & Cigars, 195 P:BAB.L STB.DT, N ewYDl'k. V ircltlla Lea f and llaouta.du r ed T o baccOJ on eonlko m ent, conat.aDt.l7 o a baod. 80-4.2 HavaBa & Domestic LEAF TOBACCOS, IS near Pearl, 29-81 NEWYORK. 100 Bo..:e a Prenoh Snull' on hand. F. W. BECK & CO., IUOCUIOB! TO BECK & BACllJL\Im, (!lito o t Jl<lmore ) TOBACCO MAN.UFACTURERS, lfo. 44 Veaey NWYORK. HOLLANDER, FLEISHER & oo., rmr W ITH BECK .t BALTIMORE. CHICHE81'ER & co., llealenlo al l kiDdo o f Ill r:.EW-Y2RK, l l A' D. H. M' & co., JIIPOil'n:U .t.L..al IUIIOJ..lO'r'OaDI OJ' 'ftJ. T ,...;...C Tobacco & Segars. Also, Importer. lllldlliooofac\oren or .umu F IN E 0 I GAR s CEL EBRA TED FINE CUT SOle B&RIIOle&aren oCtile cm.DUDll BCIUllllft IDIOXD'& 'fOBAOOO. 141 WA'lDS'BDT, lif.Jri t.af ff;h.mting Tol>&c naTn.lzos. No. 147 Main S t., Lynchburg, Va, 3 2-84 BIQlDIOXD VA. WALTER X. liAR TIN & CO., (Formerly N. M M.uTur, So.lf .t Co.,) Eotab l l.ehed 1848. 5'2' lti.A.mEN LA.lfE, 'l' 0 B .A C C 0 ___ N_EW._ Y_OBK_. __ 5 T W!trdlltlfs CITY OF NEW-YORK For the Sale and Pnrc hMe or Lent Tobacco. Seed-Leaf Tobacco Inspection. Shockoe W areho\118, Richmond, va. Reeeh e alw-a"ts t he fines t s elections from the c rope of W .&.REHOUSES, V
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4 J .D. BURNHAM & co., MannCacturers and Dealet"aln &11 klndl o f 'Tobacco, Snuff and Cigars, -A..L soLeaf Tobacco, 12-64 77 and 79 AsyliUil-street, HARTFORD, CONN. ESSMAN & HAAS BROTHERS, DA L ERS IN OONNECTICUT Seed I eaf Tobacco, AND IIA!'i UFACTURJ: RS OJI CIGARS, L B. HAAS, P B. H u.a, .J. &81M.A.M'1 B B. Hus, JI.B. H.us. 28fl lllaln o&reet, HA.K'H'ORD, COYN .... B ranc: h-HA & S & CO., L ea:l"enworth, Kan. D. W. AGENT, See dleaf 1!1-&6 1&4 STATE STREET, Hartford, Conn. tt. &. Z. K. PEASE, DE.U.ERS I N CONNECTICUT Seedleaf Tobacco, and State-stteet, HARTFORD, CONN. FARNHAM & BARNES, Fine Conn. Seed-Leaf TOBACCO, No. 238 S tate-street, HA.R"I'FOHD, CONN. S. S. CASE_ & CO., D li:ALRS IN IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS & TOBACCO, 9 8 Asylum -street, HARTFORD, CONN, JIRANCH H OUSE-78 Dearbo rn-street, Chi cag o Ill. Jr' C'onn, 8ee d leaf T oba.eeo recehred and sol d on C ommies.l ,u. 1 2.3 7 BROWN & ZWEYGARTT, D E..t.LF.RS IN Leaf AN D l U N UFACTORERS OF ALL KINDS OF CIGARS, A LS O A G!i;NTS FO R C. Bronson' s C e l ebrated Toledo T obacco, 212 STATE STREET, Hartford, Vonn. A G. BROWN. 12 24 H J ZWEYQARTI' JOSEPH S. WOODRUfF, DEAL E R IN Connecti cut Seed-leaf TOBACCO, No. 233 Btate-otreet, HARTFORD, ,CONN. BOSTON AOVERTISEMENTS. BALTIMORE ADVERTISEMENTS. G. W. GAIL. CHRISTIAN AX. G. W. GAIL&AX, M.At:l"FACTtrRRRS J' ALL OP SJY.[O:KJ:NG, 'Qt;obattll', AND SNUFF u.solmporters of and Dealers in Cigars, Pipes Snuffboxes, etc,, NO. 28 BARRESTREET, Baltimor e M.d. dr' DEPOT-wilh GoUL, Ax & KtTOD.LBD; NoB. 1'73 and 17 6 Water-l!treet., New-Y ork. li-M L. W. GUNTHER, CENERAL Commission Merchant, AND TOBA.(J(JO F .I.(JTOH, No. 9 0 Lombard-street (One door west o r Exchange-place ) BALTIMORE, MD. sr-L iberal advancements mad e on consignments to addr ess. 62 WM. II. MUBS. H ( Mnna. WM. H. MYERS & BRO., MANUFACTURERS of S E G A RS AND W'lOLESA..LE DEA!.li!RS IN Foreign and Domestic Leaf AND SEGA RS; AJ.S01 .AOKXT!'I FO R 'I'RB 8li.E OF MANUFACTURED TOBACC9, No. 147 W Pratt-street 29-Sl 'ALTIMORE, MD. CHAS. D. DE FORD & CO., 37 SOUTH GAY-ST., BALTIMORE, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, F o r the S a l e of :Ma.nufa.cture d and Leaf T o -b acco Cigars eto 61 D E C ... TDB LBV .. B INO 1.UI ES GITTINGS. D. LEVERINC & CO., Merehandise Brokers, 3 CHEAPSIDE STREET, BA.LTIJIIOHE1 JIID, S Jl(>ci/ll Rttt:lntlon p a i d to the sate o f CIG\RS, TOBACCO CA XNED G OOD:;, as ell as M e r chand h e generalJy, {b;:.rER ro lolrSBrs. 0. IJ, DeF ord & Co., q F. Parlett; & Co ., G S. Wa. ttllt)O. Fend rld1 Bro!l, L. M. l!eelle. 11arb.v & Cu, R K n U 8 & C o., L M cMllrra..v k Co .las. PnW't'I' S & Snn Clabau)o('h UarrisJ.IJ lG.3 r'ear lstret't; De F o rft, Thaye r & Oo., H \Va.t.eystrcet, New-York 17 BECK & HOLLSTEIN, Tobacco Commission Merchants, D EPOT O F F 'f BECK k CO.'S TOBACCOS,. 67 SOUTH GAY STREET B a ltimore, M d Pluy, Leaf, Smoking Tobac&Qs; D owes,tic aud Havana for sal e t o on comlignmen t. G GII BKE. En. N nnrAXN. GIESKE & NIEMANN, Leaf' Tobacco ToBACCO .. J. J .REQUARDT l SON, E L. WITTHAUS, WH()J,ES...U.E DULERS l!i lU.NUIF.lCTl!K.iCRS OJ' LEAF TOBACCO SEG .AH.Si' .UD D:&ALII.II IX .AND OJi' No 63 South Gay Street, near Pratt, :BALTIMORE, MD. li0-56 FERGUSON GEHRING & CO., Manufactured and Leaf Tobac c o 1 N ort;h P HILA DELPHIA.. IT Depot f o r II. Wtll;:enB &: Co.'s .Oaltlmore Smoking Tobacco. 21-1 9 &BORGE BOLDIN. lttiOliAE L W A.RTKAN. BOLDIN & WARTMAN, Tobacco & General Co!lliilission MERCHANTS, N. Water-st. & 106 N. PHILADELPHIA. On hand, 200 Oa.se Ohio Beedl eaf. aud TDbO HAC N TAM ITh Tt' sMOKERS' ARTICLEs. ETC. o acco omm1ss1on ere an s, No. 61 Clqstreet, 62 auTI!tloRE. l(anu:fhotured & Leaf To BECKER & BROS., Wholesale Dealer s I n all klnda o r LEAF ':('OBACCO, ... J.!Ol SEGARS3 94 Lombard-Street ( near Light, ) B.lLTIMORJi:, O onsL&ntJ y on hand a large quantlt.y of Connectlcu t a n d Ha.v una Tobaccos 88 JOSEPH SCHROEDER, Jobber und Who le&f\].e Deal e r in Lea f Manufacture d 8 1 EXCHANGE PLACE, Tldnl door East of Sout h St., DJ.E,TIMORE. Leaf Tobacco received o n Commission 52 PHILADELPHIA ADVERTISEMENTS ARTHUR H..\ GEN. JAXES M. BOYD. WILLIAM C. PE ... SJ:. RAGliN, BOYD & CO., MANUFA..Cl?URERS OF Leaf & M anufactured Toba c co, Farmers' Age nts for the Sale of Con necticut Seed-Leaf Tobacco, Ol Nortll Tllird Street, PHILAD"ELPHIA. Internal Revenue Bonded W arehonse OF M'DOWELL &: DUNCAN, Oist1ict o r Peuns,Yha.nla,) TOBACCO AND General Commission Merchants, No. 39 North Water Street, PHILADELPHIA C. M. MEYER, .COMMISSJON ME'RCHANT, FOR THE s.AI.B OF Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco, 8T CIGARS PIPES, ETC., No. 62 North Front Str ee t, PHILADELPHIA. Jl\:0, K I TOD&LL. AllCU i R TBVIS. "Wl!. M, WA..RB. MITCHELL, TEVIS & CO., MANUFA.CTURE U S OF SEGARS, .AND WHOLESALE DEALER! IN ALL KTNDS OJ' 19 N Waler-&t A 8 N Delawmare ., M. L DOHA N, JI'JO T T A I TT, EMO R Y UJSS. 57 PHILADELPHIA. UNITED STATES BON DED WAREllO'D'SE, LEWIS BREMER & SONS, W BOLEML E D:E.ALE:BS TN Jtnf n n h ;IDnmtfactnrt h lit.olmcnr, SEGARS, SNUFF, &c., No. N. netween Wood and CaUowhill, LEWIS BRE.\IER. GEO W. B R E MER, TB!O BREM E R J 08. A. BKEMJIJR. Jus t received, a large quantity of Seed o.nd Hav ana Segars. trl A. :11. FRECHIE, UIL'Oll'XJtR A!iD lllANUFACTURJm OF Domestic and Havana Cigars, AND D EA.IXll. IN Leaf &c., &c. ARCH-STR E E T '57 '\'\\:\.\u.U.c\ liUCKNOR, M'CAMMON & CO., Commissi o n Me r c hants, IN .t.I.LDESCRIPTIOX! OF LEAF AND MANUF AOTURED T OBACCO. 31 N. Water-st. & 38 N. Delawara-avB.1 A J. BOCKNOR, 0 c "'0 :"'Mog, PHILADE LPH I A A. J HUU KNOK1 J a., W. NASti.AU. STATES BOXDE D WAH.EUOUSE Couc1m f.,rl\'&.rJ thdr Stocks "1 1!t BOND,IJ witl.lout pre paying tltt: 'l'a.x:. OI THOMAS HARE WHOU:S,-\LB DIUo LER. ALL .KI2>.'DS OF FORElGK AND DOMESTIC Leaf and Manufactured TOBACCO, SNUFF, SEGARS, ETC. 'Nos. 4 74 and 503 N Sec o nd-s t., 153 and 165 Noble-st. PHILADELPHIA. Agent for GAIL & Ax's robacco a.nd snult Gl SMITH BRO T HERS Segar Manufacturers, AND DEALf:Rs liS' .ALL KINDS OF 5egnn;, Q:olinccm;, )Jipes, &c. NO. 1 2 1 N TIIIRDSTnEET, ABO'I'R ARCH, PHILADELI'HLJ.. NO. 33 S. OITARLRS-STREET, ABOVE DALTIMOliE, JJI I> COR. TlURD -STREE' r AND YE., JYA. .. SICLYGTON, D. C. lY' Wholtsale A(lenta .tor K. 0 .BA n.KP:R1S (! ze. brated A ml'r-ieun. E .. gle _FINECUT OBElYI.N(} TO DAOCO. C>1 J. RINALDO SANK & CO., C o m m i s s i o n Merc hants !!(' LEAF. J. T. !>UI.LJY..Il-" 1 lt, \', SULLIVAN, W :.J, DUNU.UL J T. SULLIVAN & 810., Tobacco Factol's,. And 1Jcu.lcr3 in ull kluds ot L EAF TOBACCO, CHICAOO ADVERTISEMENTS. Eagle Tobacco Works. BOTBBOBILD & ADLER1 JUJfU1' .I.CTURIRS OJI Piu. Tobaoeo, Keel? const:l.ntly on hand the Largest Stock or Ha.son .lllD W BOLESu: D E AJ.SRS IN and O wen county and .Redrierl Cutting Leaf in the 1o5 No. a s Ra.ces t., Cinol n nau Leaf, Fine Cnt Bmokill! Tobacco & Cigars, WF.stablls hed under City Ordioo o w lu t851,.Ja 69 Sonth Water Street, __ ,o,--185 Wheeler Tobacco Warehouse, C B HEART PHIS T E R & H OW, Proprietors, T' L E .1frpcT O CBA c c o' MANUFACTURER, 14 West Front Street, 269 I 271 State-Street, OHIO. 186 CHl:O.AGO. I.arge Stocks of Maso n County Cutliog and' Sega r LeESClUPT10XS 01' Fine-Cut, Chewing, & S moking Tobacco, Killiokinick, etc., N o 168 Ner1 b 8ceo n d S t r.-t-t, 173 ST. L O .ut, MO S. J... Gll.ll\'"TRlll. 0 r. D!TCn S. A. GRANTHA M & CO., Commission & Tobacco MERCHANTS, 61 N Second S t., b et Pine & Olivo, ST. LOl!IS MO. -:Q:-, ru., chasus oj Nawujac.tu .'Y'Hl T66, J,QUfSVI LLE, QGn m merri:ai ann lJrnbnre ol'dera ror TOBAOOO, DEFERENCES, U!SSJ'S. R. ATI:IN30!i .tOo., New-York; W .._ns, ORA.n.t: C o., New -York; SuuGHTill & Oo. Ne w-York; M. RA.Dii:R & So.N, Mew l" o r k i WILDER & l'ti011JUS1 Ne'IIVYo r k JOHN SOLLlVJ.'f A: SoNS, Da.ltimore, Md. ; Wx. T.!Yl.OB & Phit.'u:l elj)llia., Pll. i J B. ALtULANDI!K & Oo. Ban ke!'!, New-York i W. n. RAMH.TON 1 Preside-nt P eop les' Dank, Ky.; \V. C HIT. Cash i e r Oom merelal B a n k, Louisville K.f.; J G. B.umnT, Cashier Dank, I.oullltillc Ky.; Messrs. SPU'l"'' .t Oo., Picte&& Roue Louisville, Ky.; Jo'. S. J. RQ!i.ALD, H o nse: Lo uisville, K y. 'C lit WM. 1:, OLOV1Ul. 11'0. L. EIEIIL CLOVER&. CO., TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, 1&-41 .U:J.IJf"STBEET, B etween Ninth and T en&b, LOUISVILLE, KY. J. G. SPALDING l BRO., Chewing Tobacco, NO. 109 MARKET-ST., Between Pint and Brook Street, LOUISVILLE KY. nr"' O R D ER3 PROMPTL Y F I LLED 11ki Jl. n 8PALDnfQ, W, )), IP.llDI X O D. SPALDING & SONS, DEAL ERS I N Leaf &. Manufactured TOBACCO, Noa 209 and 211 Chapel-street LOU ISVI LLE, K Y 1 6 8li J. S. WILLET.T,. Tobacco Manufacturer, Nos. 121 & 1 2 9 Third-s t. b e t .111m"' Blrer, LOUISVILLE, KY. :o:' B R ANDS, Willett's W r unulog 10.. Wlllett's6 o z 2 .40 B rl b \ lb s. FISHER & CO., Commission Merchants, Manufactured Tobacco, LEAF & M A NUFACTURE D TOBACCO. No, 31 N. Water-st., and No 30 N. Del aware-ave., Commission Merchants rroduce ....... '"'" o Comm1ss1on Merchants, \ \ 'l!leU.'!I N:wY, Ills. a.ud i-]blll.l Gage' s Navy, lb3.. and J ]b), Willett's Long lOs. ru' ng l2s. Wil lett' De!sert ie r u 'ngGs. \\'lll ett"s Us. run n i ng lb. Wlll etL's Dtssert, 1' j -G9 II, J KLLIIR. Commission Merchants, NO. 76 SOUTH CHARLES-ST. (Bet. Lombard and .Pr a.tt-sts.,) 61 BALTIMORE. 23 CENTRAL -WHARF, H. wn.BENS &, CO., BOSTON. MONUMENTAL CITr TOBACCO WORKS J'anms fwml, XBu 1!. rlS R .,., hd'C18 & FIS H ER, JOJUI H. F WI&R. CLARK BREWER & SONS, NO. lBl WEST PRATT-STREET, BALTIMORE, MD., Ma11u.racturer s of aU klud s of & @ubRtllll, h ;} tt &uc Importers o r an co, Cigars at.d Leaf Tobacco,. and other Smokers' Articles. 14 SOUTH MARKET-8TitEET, 13-2 8 BOSTON. NEW ENGLAND TOBACCO WORKS. -:ADAMS, BATCHELDER & CO., KJ.li'OIJ.CTURU.S Oi' ALL Oa.t.J) OJ' Chewing, and Smoking TOBACCO. Salerooms: No. 5 Chathamrow BB-STB-N. IIBNRY H .ADAllS. 18 N. W. BATOIJWtbn. & ELLER, tliPoRTtltf. or HAVANA Depot with Llndheim Brethe r s & Co., 26 Courtlandtatreet, .N e York. Depot also at E. L Wltthaus corner Front and Baoe, Philadelphia. Gl F. W. FELGNER, S()Lit .MANUFAoTUR.Ell Alrn TO F. H. BISCH9FF'S, Deutsoher Rauohtabak, 6 1 AND OTHEl\ CHOICE BRANDS 00 & 0 2 Sout h Charl es-street, BALTIMORE. B. F. PARLETT & CO., MANUFACTURED Leaf and Smoking Tobaccos, J.ND l )JJ:.u.BRS UC R SEGARS, PIPES, ETC., DOMESTIC SEGA 8, Commission Sal e of Same, 169 Milk street, 9 2 LOMBARD & 5 WATER-ST. BosToN. J!itS'"-"T 61 l)al Ma py-Owners of the Eureka and In,goma.r Brund, 18 J 'FoVn..x"';UJ lJ timoreJ I. SAMUEL & BROTHER Havana and Domestic Cigars, TOBACCO, No. 6 Court aqua.re, Bolton. _.... \taoa f act.l u Yrs ot the "Amer lcan ZouaYfl" and La. liJ li. CARRUTH & CO., ALL DESCRIPTIONS 01" Ja nufadurt d CIGARS, PIPES, ETC. No. 48 Hanover-street .... dr BUS''" Y ..., .. 18 lKJ)UJI QOIE1f1 1 V J,HBJ.tCAK liOn& WILLIAM A. BASSETT, TOB.A..CCO, Havana and Domestic Cigars, PIPES, ETC., ETC No. Blaekstoue Street, 110 lBOS:l'Ol'f, MASS. --G H. BOLENIUS, W fl OLESALE DEALER I N LEAF TOBACCO, Manufactured Tobacco and NO, 202 W. PRATT-ST., 6 1 Baltimore S. ROSENFELD & CO., D EALERS .IN Domestic and Imported Seuars .. CHEWING & LEAF TOBACCO, 61 -..usaLab e ls, Branda, and Ribbon s, 20 SOUTH GAY-ST., BALTIMORE. WM. WELSH & SONS, WBOLESAL DEALWDS IN Cigars, Foreign and Domestic LEAF AND lll.l.li1IF .I.OTU:&ED TOBACCOS, No. 27 South Gay-street, (O ppos it e CtJs tom House,) WJL H W ILli!!, JMO. w CJUS.II.W.Il.UI. 6 1 ADd Sole A gents for BARNEY, GREEN & C0.'3 QU.ICEN C ITY 'J.'OBA.CC O WORKS. 27 NORTH THIRD STREET, 28-44 P hila d e l phia EICHHOLZ BROTHERS,. Manufacturers or and Dealcn1 In Imported and Domestic Ciu:ars, LEAF TOBACCO, Nol'tlt T b lrd-s t. "' 1300 North Fr o nt st., MATEnEIOBDOLZ, l PHILADELPHIA. SOLOMON JUCUB()L Z 1 f l37 J, LKIT. I '.l'lli.:O L &VY LEVY BROTHERS, Manufacturers and Dea l ers in 536 North Secon d S t reet, PHILADELPHIA. Manufacturers of the Jua n Nicot Brand 37 Batchelor Brothers, 1ol.A...NUFACTORERS Oil' DOMESTfC, HAVANA AND YARA CIGARS, a i r N orth T hlrd st., and 2 3 N or t h Seen d-st., PHILADELPHIA. A l a rJ!fl e l ock of BA TOHELOR'B ctlebrated \'ara, Young A.mt:ncan, and other wdl-known bru.uds cou!!tuntly on hond 8 7 WHOLESALE A N D R E TAIL. JOHN DOUGLASS, W UOLESALE TOBACCO No. 13 North S ix th-street, (Corner of Commerce-st ) PHILADELPHIA. A. K. S TOLTZ, Wholesale & Retail Dealer in Tobacco AND HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGARS, Cor. Third & Bu t tonwood-sts. PHJL.I.DELPHIA., Lear Toba.eoo, Imported a.nd Domcst.ic 8egars o r a.ll ldnd1, constantly on ha.nd and tor eale at. tbe c&sb p r i cee. 6 l B. A VAN SCHAICK, WHOLESAL E DEALE R I N Leaf & l')ianufactured Tobacco, FOREIGN AND DOi!lESTIO GEN II!JU.L DEPOT FOR LORILLARD'S SNUFF & TOBACCO, No. 1503 Chestnut-st., :PHIL4DELPHLL .Also, Sble Aconta for C e nt-ury brand. O:a. haDcl., e q..-.c;r._or old Ccmne c t1out wrappen. .1 R I NALDO SANK, PHILADELPHIA. pr" UNITEI HfrA1.'ES Con s ignors c a n forwn.r d thei r Stocks ''IN BoND," w i thout. pre paying the GoYernment Tax. 5T COURTNEY & SON, TOBACCO GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 11 South Front St r eet P H ILADELPH I A PA. A.Joo 6 5 Sout h G a)' St., B altlmoro, D i d 52 ANDREW .A...UMSTRONO. ROBERT .AIUISTRONC. A. & .R. Armstrong, TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 51 South Front S tree t PHILADELPHIA. CINCINNATI ADVERTISE-MENTS. H. CRANE, A OEN'r EOR THE Queen City Toba c c o Works. Oftlce and Salcro o m : 130 Reade-St re e t, N ew -York. t"'J:tl"R"F=tA. f""(1t=t1TJ MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, N o 133 & N. Second St., FRANCKE & ELLER, 25 Jam ci\V. Booth, ST. LOUtS, JIO. Jl'!l. J. CIN C INNA Tl. '[bomas Dooth. 1 1 4 \V. E \"H!;f!l'. 205 i:J, POLS. WK. P. 0Tn. BOD MANN' S Inspection&Leaf Tobacco W arehonse Nos. 5 7 59, 61, & 6 3 Front & 62 64, & 6 6 Water b et. Vine & W alnu t Streets :o:-DAILY SAL'EA AT AUOTlON .\liD .!T l'RlVATE SALE OF YlRGlNL\.1 KENT UCKY, I NDIANA, MISSOURI AND OHI(\ TO OACCOS. D. HIEATT, CHAS. BODMANN, lOS Inspector. -Proprietors. RICHARD MALLAY, Deale r in all kin d s of -:o:O rders f o r the Purchase of L eaf T o b acco, promptly a n d carefully execnted. 1 2 2 Street IS&!O nlCI. tAOE ANP KU11 CINCINNATI, OHIO, 0 OOL DBWll'K RICE & GOLDSMITH, Impor t ers of Havana & Manu facturers of Domestic Cigars, O B UEKS IN FRENCD, AND TU&KISH Smoking Articles, 208 WID.ntsl., bet. Fifth and lxth s tre e ts, 20s CINCINNATI, GEO. HAFER & CO., (Successon t.o H4F.EJ1 k DUDDY ,) Tobacco Commission Merchants, AND OWNBRS OJ' U. S. BONDED WAREHOUSE, No. 26 Secondstreet, Dln'WKJ:N M,HN AND WAL :ritl1' CINCINNATI. Liberal Advances mtLde on Consignments. zuo New-York Bra n ch. KROHN, FEISS &: CO., U ANUPJ.Cl'URI:CBS OP S e gars and Tobacco. .lND I MPORTERS OV MEE R SCHAUM & BRIAR AND ALL SMOKERS' ARTICLES 53 We st Four t b St reet, lf.u.NfT AN.tl 20 1 CINCINNA'J!l J 1.. ROlS:SkTS. J, T. ROBERTS & JOHNSON, PULS & OTTE, Manulaeturel"'of all tmcU of TOBACCO, .t.'IID D II..U.BM m' Cigars, Snulf, and Smtkiag., Tol!aero, N o. 1 0 6 Third-st., b et. V I n e & Locust ST, LOUIS, l!JO. Out principal Bra n ds a r e Rldo rado, 9 l n. N at. Le:a! i Nntural Lear 9 ln., D a.naoa. l'lgi Cavendish, 6 1c. ; h:elilor, half bright, 1 2 ln lSfJ, LEOP. SCHROEDER, E i avn.na and Domestic CIGARS, Tobauo, Sntlll:, Pipe, ek., NO. 69 CHES!li'D'T-STREET, sr. LOUIS, 1110. A ll orders for manulaeturln g special bl' a n da o f clga.rs promptly a tten ded \o. 1st 0. & R. DORMITZER & CO, l'f'ROLE!:IA..l.E RK.p.Jtl I:1l Leaf Tobacco & Cigars, Smoking & CJIc ln Tobacco, and -o\.11 Klnds or 8mctlien tii 1 2 0 N or t h Bec oncilst. near ST. LOUIS, MO. J '& LIOG"F:TT LIGGETT & DAUSMAN, M'AlWF.A..OTURWB8 O J' UD DUL&RS IlJ A.J.L (\ J' 'TOBACCO, CIUAIS, S NUFF, PIPES, ETC., No. 12 South Second Street, (Op posite Barnu m'l H o t el ) ST. LOUIS. MO. R. M. JOHNSON, 4"2 4 bet. Hnllltt & PIJlJa, LOUISVILLE, KY. Particular altenUoo paid to t.be pnrcbase o r I.eaf a n d M:umractnred Tobacco All k lnds of Seed-lcat' and 8paolah To bt.ecoa collltaDUy on hand. 1T""'2 W. R. BEATTY1 COMMISSION Tobac_co Broker, MAINt NINTH AND TENTH STS. BOOX'B t'O!A.CCO W.t.RHBOUSE,) Louisville Ky. Partlculnr a ttention g i ven to the -.nd-kl e O! l.efl f Tooh!ltCO. EDMUNDS & BROWDER, FALLS CITY Tobacco Noos. a s ,. _130, Tblr d -st. Lonlsvtne Ky, OUR BRANDS. BaiCHT T08AC008. BLACK TOBACC08. u .. t.w}ll 2ll'L Navy, ll'!lo Eun n y l!o ut.b, )be. and .1 lb& I Edmund. 1 & choice u Mon tauk N:wy, lhs. P eop l e '1's Cho lce .. l fJ,. ,Xi lblil. Old Buc:k H '' ).{ lb1. O I J lhu::k, 1(jt1 and 1 21t .Annu. Bl'l lp, l4's &.!HI 'J( l bs Pralde t O s a n d .l(lba Golden Nec1ar 4.' G r .,en Rlvtr Dr idge, 3( lbe. Blrd's E re, 4 lla.t f rnme, 22's. Pocket Piect, 201s. 18-41 BEN. S. BOARD, Tobacco Broker, LOUISVILLE K Y 0T der1 ror Leaf and p romptly 811ed. REFEBENCES: Glo ver & Co., Boone T o buceo l\'areb ouse, Loulnllle, K)' epratt 4 Cn Pld:t;tl. II u Phelp!!!. Caldwell &. Co, Loulnllle 11 11 u & Itro ., Ninth-& lreet 11 u Grnha.m, Louisv ill e K y.; Jas. T. Edmonda, LoW. ville, K.y; OeQ. W Wicks, L o uisville, Ky; Snoddy & HoW' a rd Ne:York; Mur ell, Ca r u tb & Co. N e w-York. l&f Superintendent State Tobacco JJS ... E'IIILPS, !SUO D. CALDWELL, m B. TUllliLIY W CALDWELL Cor. & LOUISVILLE j3T. b!Q. Tobacco Warehouse, THOMAS C or. lain aid 'mt., alld Lin ad Elevett Sk, 192 llo. ll7 Seoon4 SAINTLOUIS. 131'"" of Tobl\cco solldtc( l and orders r o 1 t h e parchue of allended to. (1SO) omc e Co!'Jle r Main Tel'th lf.AR.D017f'ES 1 fti:C'JD A'D 'WA.LlflT'l, J'!FrJqtSOt' K\'. SHIP TO "LOUISVILLE WAREHOUSE. T-29 MAYER BROTHERS, DEA LVRS IX .... (1ffi!WHiG-& Elffllt\Hift Ohio, Ken t ucky, 'MlssQuri, & M. FRIEDMAN & CO., DF.,\LE R S I N Leaf ,_J;GILP.1if, TOBACCOS. Leaf Put up i atylet tp 8!11t tlje 49 Jlain Street, Xitchell, Tem & .C_og 37 lfqrtl!-T'b4rd; 1}7 St., Philuel}lhia, .u.oo-M ANUFAOTURED T O B A8CO l'fo. 138 g olumbia St., PIN0INN.ATI1 Q, PIPES, No. Sfi N. Second St., Olive &:: 11G fjT. .AI D WliOLD&L'II: Da.u..&U Dr All .Kinds of Smoker s' ''.Articles, 204 FIJ'TH-ST ., NEAll ILUNBT ., 17::29 Ky.


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