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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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.. '.' huo ... J)un.-JM.r, ..,.. ""'a: -..... --.eo-porlb. Clpn--.x., '111-laperlb. -........ .....-: -tl&-notoverp!, 11. porU..-rJ,.,.'-. ttl -; "'"'pl -nol OTC ... P ,. ..... fl per cent. ad ?alorem; over W poud aAc1 1 ,... .. ...io,.;.. "" 14dlllaD.li a.v 10 pc ....... -'" ill'teldll ....... "" tb&t have noreclpr-1.....,stlltu hmn 'fu;.-Lea( free; Plug, Twiet, 40 cent. per II}. Tl!boCCO '* pared for me by hand, 00 ceilt1 per lb. All t!Du 1'1111 e. .. PVJ.ISllD., l Ne. 142 l'UHOI\ street. f of. the United States TERXS, IN $2.00 per yea.r. Single Oopiea 6 ceu.ta. Cai, 40 centa per lb. sm-., Ill> cenlt per lb.; llac4 "=:::..::_:::=:.....,=:::::::;_ __ lug, made wholly of otr;_noo, 111 lb. 110 per X. Clgare "l. ,. per cent. ad valorem. Sod. ...... n" 0o, 11-.-. ,()la.ay oo., 131 I' and 19L r1ont. Mallary .t Donnan, Mercer, G, H., 76 Water eJ'fll', A. o. L. 110 Llben,r. H. M., 09 Pearl and.. 62 St.one. )(urreu.. Caru&h A Oo 111 PearL Newcomb, W, .t: Co., fh Broad. Norton. Bbagbt.er & Co., 40 Broad Ober, Nanaon & Co., M Broad. O'Neil. David .t Oc:l,1 119 M&lden-l!LDe. L&ap, 4.b J'..iberty. Prince .t Baehraob, 849 Pearl. Ranon.1 Brldgland i: Oo., 41 Broad. B.elamaDl1 A K&ppeat.. 17'1 Pearl. Ganh, 11 w-. H.olenbaum, A. 8., 119 JJberty. Salomon Bbnon, 192 Pee.rl. Sawyer, \Vau ace It. Co., 47 Droa.d. Schroeder a: Bon, 268 .. : &hobtn. H .t Co., 148 \Yater SmhJ.i, Oo., 110 Water. Snoddy &-llow&rd, 71 Droad. Spencer ltrobn, 't5 Malden Lane. splngarn, l.1 Rurllug Slip..., Stelo & Brod, 19'1Dwao e. atern, Jonu Oo., 118 'Vater. Murph.f &-Co.1 103 Pearl J Tackmann .t 00Ie11, r> Platt. Tblerma.un, H., 142 Water. Vetterleln, Tl;.. II. A Soo11 128 'V.ater. WaU&,CraotACo.,"8 Broad. M. .t: Co, 171 Pearl. TOBACCO BP.OK.KRS. I AdfMas A: Osboruc, 91 \Yater Calls ch, Ch:ia. U., 193 l'earl. Cannan, A. F. llS Water. Dowfle, Thot.. & Co., 94 WaUr. Eadie & Barri<>t}1 UU Maiden -lane. lh1heller, M., 1H Wal.er. nscher & Bode'ffa.ld, 2 lia.ooverSQU&re. Gans, J. S., 86 Wall Hemmelmaou & H&gemann, 14-6 P earl. Losee, Zyles, 90 Wall. R&der, IL & Son, 160 Pearl. Jluet.e'a Bon, Ob.as. Tbeo., 79 Wall. Va.n Pelt, A. H., lH Waler. Wlsht. .t Richey, 85 JlA.NVFACTUJU;as. Appleby Sou, 183 Water. -J:!:. F. W v ... y. De nrf.eKeleer & Cornelia, 94 Beekwao. Goetr.e F. A., A: Dro., 188 n.nd 1Sfi Dua.ne. Good:;tn, W, ll. & Co., 207 and 209 Water. Rall, Joseph, 76 "Be.relay Blr1ch, D., & Co. 160 'Vater. Hoyt Thomas 8: Oo.1 404. Pea-rl. JIM.loby, Sigmund 194 .Pearl. Kellner L 91 Wil1la.11l. LUlenth':i.l, O. H., 217, 219.t and 2H LorUlard, P., 16 18 and 2u Ch&mben, ?tl'.$..lpin, D H .\ Co., 7Ci, 77, and '19 A ven ue D. M. 1781 \Vater. ltllcll..le, ,\. JI, & Soll3, $6 Broadway. Mose s John G., 188 Pearl. M.osa &. Falk, 1 llurllng-sllp Neud ecker & Uros., 92 Wate r. Pelll'I A & Oo., Fulton. PuYdf, F. fl .t Co. 10 and 12 Fulton, R ob\tch.ek & TauWg 256 De1ancy. R os a Storms & Co., 200 anc l 208 Fulkm. J .1 t:Jl Maiden lane. Scheel, Aug & Co. Scb elder, Jose ph 24G.a.nd Schmitt. & St.arm, HH Pe&rl. Seo.ma n J 0 & Co., 191 Obarnbers Smyth, buas. D., M6 Bowery. e Btra.lton, John t>l Bee.ver. \Vatta H. H., 7:s Dowery WbtttSm & Lawrence, 395 Pea.rt. lMPORTERS AND OK,U .li l tS. Bather & D1.mlopLSj8 P e arl. Bondy, 0. & W., Bow ety. Colell, JI., 2Q2 Oha.tham ,. Dessa.uer \V. 153 Wa ter. Fisher & Neib.elae11 56 Cedar. Helli, D 195 Pearl. Knoop, J. N 131 Ilowe1y. J..acllenbrucb, N &Bro., 16.'> 'Va.ter. Latorre, R. 8. 181 Pearl. Lee Drotbe111, 269 Pearl, Ltchtewtein Ilrotbers, 1J.1, and llowery. McCAffil, John & Co., Hit G reenwich. Mucus, Alex&nder, 87 &nd 89 Bowery. Mayer & Co., 100 E'root.. Mayorga, J.M. 14 Cedar. lleKeady &:: Kuhn, 211 now ery. Mcrt.cruJ, F 'V. 1'1 Essex. Mir anda., Eellx, 1 93 Pe1Lrl. Oatman & Reid, 166 )fo.tcr. Rosenwald, E. & Bro., 14ts lYltkr. B&lomon, M.. & E. 173 l'carl. Sa.lomon & Elkins, 143 Wate r. Seltz Chal'ie1, 882 Pearl. Ta.g 10has. l'., 184 Fr o nt. 'veliba cher P.1195 P ea rl. JM.PORTERS Oil' PIPES XTO. Bo\ken & Slefkes, 51 Malden-lane. D emuth, \Vllllam & Co., 28 o.nd SO-L1berty.1 Kanrmann Bro1 k .Bondy, 51 Ma lder'll&oe. J.,car, Osca.r II., 90 \Vnter. Lobe &: P ogge nbu:rg, 45 Liberty. MANUFACTURERS O F MJ:KRSCll.AUM PIPJo:S. K a ldenber g & Son, 6 J o hu. IMPORTER O.r CIG .\Rl:I. Schwerin, A. & Co., 61 Broad. LICOltICJ: PA.STE DXALERS. Francla. A. P ., 101 \Va ler. Gomez, Wa.llis &. Co., 00 & Sl SouLh Wi111un. Grund, F, & Cerero_. 11 8 Pe:i.rl. J.eama.o, W .t A., 67 Pine. Morris, H. M.1 99 Pea.rl. L!CORIGE P0'Y1'ER Weaver & StMTy, 16 l'latt. Sli:EDLEAF 'rOBACc..'O lN'St"Jl!CTIO!-l', LinUe, :F, C.1 lG G rceuwl c h-street. TOBJ.CCO PRESS. Gllthrle &: Co '22:> Front-ltreet. KA.NU.FAGTUREnS or CIGAR BOXES. "'lcke, George, 2:G,Vlllett.street. M.A.KUFACTURU OF 'l'OD.40CO Crooke1 J. J .1 i TOBACCO :WillCROUSF.S. Beek &. Holateln, 67 South Gay. llrauns, 1'. L.1 &; Co. De Ford, Obarle1 D. & Co., 37 South Gay. FisheY & Hancock., 4 Exehange Pince Ole ske k Nlema.nn, i6 South Oharlcs. Gunt.her1 L. ,V., 00 Lombard. )IA NUJr ACTURF.M, r.rc. Decker & Broa., 94 Lom\)ard, Bolenlus, G. IT., !i02 West PraLt. Pelgner, F. W 90 and 92 South Cha.rln. Gall, G. W & Ax, 28 Barre-stroet. M7era, Wm. JI. & Oro., 147 West Pratt. earlett, B. F .t Co., 02 Lombard Requa.rll t, J. J. &. Son, 68 South Gay. Rosenfeld, S. & Oo., 20 Sonl.b Gay. 8cbroeder, Joa. 81 Exchange Place. Wel1b1 \Vm. a: Sona, 21' Soul.h Gay. Wilken s & Co.1181 Weit Pra.U, BRO URS. Levering, D. & Co., 8 Oheapsido lUNUYACTIJRltRS Ol' PIPES1 El'C. J'ergu_son..1.. Gehring & Co 51 Claystreet. aLOOllllPIBLD, ., 81 North Waler. Vettuleln .t t:lo., lll Areb, XilUJJ.OtURUS1 D&il'ERS, ETC. BNl\berger.J. L., A Co., 8 WaLer. Batchelor uroLhera, BS1 North Third. Lewis 4 8oQ., SW NGrth Third. Doagla-, John, 18 N'orth Shth. &!cbhou &othe.._ l8i Nortll Third. llagen, Boyd Co., 6l North Third. llare, 'l'bomu, 494-$)3 !iorth Second, Harioer, Jaoob, 188 Nor.lh Third. Hftchell, Tevis .t Oo., 27 N:>rth 'l'blrd. ...... .BllMhen, 121 Nnh Third. DECEMBER 23, 1865. BACCO. & ll)l li'RO!NT ST HEET, H. HUNT & CO., Tobacco_ Commission. Merchants, AomN.,. o tH-BALE OF 167 WATER STREET vmG:INIA lfO:RTll CAROLINA I I :r Leat-85and Tobacco. IL -;:art; ... ........ Eip; "'Co.i w. E E:y. B. 8 : CARROLL & co., .... w.c. SNODDY & HOWARD, TQ:JBA,.(C[C[] J. s. HAWKINS, (Lntc o ( Haw k.ins, Gutbrey &: Carroll), w CRANE & .op., Coiunission,Merchants, ComnrlsosB1.on.A:cMceorc-hant, aliDUltuf$.$t.0U TOBAOOO,OO'l'ION, POil, FLOUB, Etc., N o. '104 Front-st., :ronu.os_.,.o, ,,W:.o. '7..1 BrfHUJ Blred, NEWYORK. No. 815 WATER-STREET, Tobacco, and Western P1oduce1 New-York. 34-llO No. 43 Broad St., New-YOJ'k. U;J:3 \lmded Warehouse, 32d Collection District. to onr ho16'.'fulQ OATMAN & REID & co B, C, BAKER, SON & CO,, WM. AGNEW. & SONS, Tobacco and Merchaots1 .KE,r-roa., H.&VF. oN 8.&LE ALI,_ Dl!:Scf'R1Mo1o:Ss OJI IAr for Export andHome Use. JI:{RSCHQRN ., Tobacco and Cotton Factors, '1" 0 i.aaf' acco, SEGARS, AMU AND commission (L rt 1 {t fb No. 132 ll'ot 14,0 Pearlst. & 106 Wa.ter-st., nm & co. (Near W11ll-11tr eet, ) New-YOrk. (S.1--80) Cinelrmatl Ylrglnla and l\'ortll carollna Tobauo Jgeuer. L"..r Tobacco baled in any package by l1ydn.u-I 0e '"" :pAOet.. aad BaR11kott1M No. 103 Pearl. Street, or Near Hanover Square, NEW-YORK. .10, .. :&eeeiveri of Jl&IOJI Couni,,. and other Choice Cnt lfo. 178 Water street, M ting Tobaeet11. 14-26 NEWMYORK. Co., r LEAF -.a a ACCO, lfo. 170 Water-stre et, H. 8KITB, L Pil.HER, lJ. llOOVILLE. NEW-YORK. Oonnecticut Seed-Lea.f Wrapper, Of our owo. pack.Ing, 200 Caoes (10 M. each) Domestic Cigars on 61 Consignment. .TOBACCO COMPRESSED 11'1 l'OR 'nlE lelican, .West-India, Central, AnioriGQ, AND orrn:n M:.&.nJr,He. r.&.lso, repacked la illldl. at lllt.ort alltieo, bJ CUTHRIE, 4 'C-0., 21111 Front Str<\Ot. N. Y. E S T A B L I S E D 18 3 !i Connolly & Co., GENERAL t (""? /JJ/ # Merchants ' sterling billJ!_ We quote : billl! at 60 days, on Lon. __ ..:_ l)mmereial a.s a Antwerp, 5.17t a 5.15. Hamburg, 3(118. a. PITTSBUllGH, G-razler, J"obn, 119 '\'at.er. J enldnso1!.L R. & W., 6 Federal. rKOVIDENCE, R. I. Grant & Oo. 149 lligh-atreet. llICHllllOND, VA, A y.res, S., k Co. Gov el'nortreet. llell k Uecd, Governorstreet. .D1!1Jrell, R, II. Hlarvey1 .t Wllli.am.,,. London, D, 11. llartln. W. K. & Co. NTeal, Leigh 4 Co. P 1earl, A. & Co. Pllklnt.on, R, & E. T. Wllson, N. F>f. ilD CDA.s. M. CO?JNOLLY, Jn.,} & co., v,......,,.vo .. 11.. TOBACCO J.1.8.A.CONNOLLY. 1 0-M 41.1 ..... I. ,.Q,, J:H. BERGMANN & 00., "" eom.m'.'-_''i>\.ox\. )l\e\"e\\.o.\"\.\'i>, HJ:.t Wy :e-RK. IMl'OllTBRS A.ND WBOLES..U.J: DEil"K.BS ll1' 800 ca1es J.leorlce Paste, best qualUy, direct lmpo1tal.-i&n, for sale, In l>ond or iluLy paid, ln lots l o 1uit purchs.5e1'9. L. BRAUNS & CO., Ko. 11 CheaP2tde, Baltimore. Scotch, Germnn, and Dntch J'Oll ?HE :5Al E or Leaf-and Manufactured Tobacco 37 Water Tobacco and General PREMIUM VIRGINIA TOBACCO AGENCY. 76 Water-street, N. Y. HENRY M. MORRIS, T obac c o sul.t&ble for the. 'Vest.Indies, M e xico, and Oen tral America., alway1 on hanU. $5-60 WARRF.N NEWCOMB. IJ. D, NE\VCOM:B. BOCHESTBR, N. V. Su!gett &: Kimball, 44 Maio, ST. LOUIS, 1'10. 1'0,BACCO W J.REBOUSF.S, Booth, Rclwa.rd U., 2ri : lllorlh Second. BACON CLARDY & CO, Fo;eign and Domostio LeafTobacco, Importer & Commission Merchant, LICORICE, GUJHS, BEANS, OII.e, II.\ YANA SU GARS, .to. i.EAF & lf.At!PD TOIJ4CCO. WARREN NEWCOMB & CO., &Uoi\ naul. m.ob1ueo Boot.h, J. \V. & Sons, 133-lS:S North Second, I>ameron Brot.bera .t Co., 166 North Seeo!ld, G-ra.ntbal:n 8. A. & Co., {ll North Second. J'.ohnaon1 R; M., corner or Shth and '\'SllilngfAm. Mutray,_Andrew, 67 North LeTee. R.hodua, Thomas, 27 Nortb Seeona. Samuel 6:.? Commerclal. VA.lfDPACTUBERS A.ND IllPORTF.Jt.<;ii, El'C. Catlin, D. 163 North 86cond. ..., DletericiJ, L.A. & Bro', SS Norlh Third o.nlt.zer, Cl & R. & Oo., 120 8ccoml. F 1rledman, lr. k North Second. mLlg'l'ett .t Ds.nsman, 12 Sou':h Mullen F., lG.J North i\faln. Pills k OHe, 106 Third. Schroeder, Leopold, :>9 Chestnut.. DROKERS A.ustln, William L. l.obntt.0 nu4 Also,JmportenandMannlaclnreraot Nos. 99 l'eal'I and 62 Stone Stretls u. B. Bonded Warehous e, 82d N Y 30.e;i oiNKBAL SECARS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 147 Water-street, w. '.El:. FREY, AND DEALERS J:N Heavy Western & Clarksville Leaf, Ull PEo!IBL-S'l'BEE'l', W. 1. BACON._ -w. D. CLARDY, I. S. URRlSll, DR. J. D. CLARllV New-York. Tll. H. VETTERLEIN NEWYORK. DK!Ltft A.MD cm.nnssrON ln: RCRA!iT CITY TOBACCO AGENCY, No. IO& Front Street, No. 180 PE&nL ST.HEE'..-, NEWYOKK. (UP STAIR&,) G w H & c BctweenMaldenLaneandCedarSt.., New-York. 1 1 l man o., a large quantity of Jmf ([.igars, dt., AND GENERAL Commission Merchants, 62 BROAD-STREET, 36-61 NEW-YORK. ______ ____ FITZHUGH, WILMER A CO., Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OP TOBACCO, OOTTON, and other produce, A.nd. *"r .the purC ha se of Merchandise generally. A.H. CARDOZO & 00., TOBACCO 'TOBACCO Com.mission Merchants, TANNAHILL, McILWAINE & co. ARD AGEN'l'B J'O R THE BALE OJ' GENERAL ... Commission Merchants 40 and 42 :BROADWAY, and 53 NEWBTREET, N. Y. L. II. F1Tm ucu1 of Ke11t.ucky. W, L. \VTLll'ER of Phill\.Clelphla., Ptt. Tuos. 0.. G,.u.x:, of Korro:lk, Va. No. 169 Front Street.. A n. (j.tRDOZo, } 0. H. A.loiDEneON, FJ1.1m. DROST. NEW-YORK. Particula.r nttontiou paid to the sale of' othe1 Western Produce. HEAL:p & MILLER, TOBACCO NO. 176 WATER-STREE'.l', 81 NEW-YORK. M. P.RnrCB, J. BACUIU,Cll. VIR81NIA TOBACCO WORKS or PRJNCE & BACHRACH, Plug, Twiat, and Fancy Tobacco. .um .u.se ei:o11unitlsto11 No, 349 Pca:rl Street. NiE 'N W110. /,A. JUOOL.l.ND .8. ltQUCL .1. C. RAWlS BROAD STBEE'i.', NANSON, OBER & CO. ST .,Louie. DEALERS IN OBRR ATWATER&; co NEw .. om._E_._ .. __ 28-_M_ L EA F T 0 B A C 0, 162 PEARL ST., nea.r Wall St.,, 30-82 NEW-YORK. LEWIS SYLVESTER, 131 Maidenlane. TOBAtt0 .. SEGARS, JOSEPH HICKS, FU_Rs, Commission Merchant, Tobacco $lo. '75 .l!aiden I&ine1 and aJe1v-1ork. MANUFACTURED 'roBACCO, 29-81 No. 82 W a.terStreet. H. SCHUBART co., & Importers of Qnd In all klods or _2_21 ____ ____ DANIEL H. LONDON, \ Thirteenth St., Richmond, Va.. Offen for 1!1.le 1evera.l or the celebrated--Vlrgl.nia. Sp0rlngs. GENERAL Leaf' Tobacco, Commission Merchant, NO. 146 WATER-STREET, At Low Prices f'or CJasJ1. D. H. llALDWIN1 N e w.York, J F, CUllll(IN'GS, .. ,II. D1uGR.u.1, Savannah, G a. D. M. HOLST, '1 u D. H. BALDWIN & CO., Cotton and Tobacco Factors, AND General Comm.!ssion Merchants, NO. 178 Ji. ScnuBA.1tT, H: FAIDllA.N. Particnlar attention paid to I.be Sale a.nd Purchal!e or all 8'-88 NEW-YORK. !.RKENBURGH & BJ3,YAN; 35 and 37 'Broad St., ltlnds of Tobacco, and the adjustment of ch!.lms aga.1nsl --------------Merchanl. s a.nd others. 82-58 l 'GEI@ 7 Runnh1glots1 .... ..................... 10 (!9 10 PMl-ft.IVitlania SudrleaJ. Selected wrappers, noml.ual ....... : .... 20 @-26 Fa.Jr to prime do. do. ....... ..... 15 @ 20 F:lllen, det. ............... -4i @ 6 Running l ol.81 d o ............... 10 @ 18 olilo Suy-Virgini.11.i fine, ... .. 70 @-80 SO @4G Common and inferior,. _.-US 25 @.89 1V<1Sl<:ro, line, ...... ... : -TO @75 80 @-85 Common,. 60 @--70 20 -20 New York, fine, .......... 70 -80 -80 @-4l C o mm on, .......... M @-66 20 @-2S -80 M -Virglnl&, sowid, ........ -40@-.ro --@Slightly moulded, .. 30 :::36 Badly moulded, .. -:m 25 -'Ve1tern, sound, .......... SO 86 --Moulded, .. : .......... -15 @20 ...,--T hirtv 'I'wM-Vlrgiala, out or order, .... --SU@-80 1 New-York, sou nd, :-Ori@62 9Ti@ l 02 Fan.cy Tobaoooa-Uoy Apple, .......... -60 I 00@ I 10 Ladyltlngcrl, ..... -70@-75 !10@115 Pocket ..... ... iO @--!-'l5 1 10 @ 115 Brlgh Twlsl (Virginia), ... 50 @90 90 @ 181) BrlghtGoldBars(Vlrglnla),-llO @-93 100@ 1 30 Ci"qarSz-(Domeatlo.) Seed and. lfaTan&-, per M .............. M 00 i 80 00 c1ev d,a. .............. so QQ 186 eo Do. OoWlect.lcut.Seed .... 00 .4(i 00 no. do. Seoonds. ....... 86 00 @ 46 oo New-York Seed Conn. Wrap)!: .... .... 80 00@ 88 00 Penn. do. do do. ... 26 00@ 80 00 Ohio do. do d,, 2:i 00 @ 80 00 Common Clpn. ... .... 18 00 @ 21S 00 Havana &xee o .. hel'OI\ ........ Terr IOll'QL GOLD Gii' ll'OBIDGN 00INS, Greot BrltalDpOUDd ...... .. ... ..... .............. 8',0 O.M,I 0.11.1,0(1) FranceHr. franc .................. . 0 18,6 le. ................... ....... 0.0011(8) Rotterdam, etc.-;-1ft .Oorlu or gullder ....... .. .. 1ct. cent... ...... ........ 0.00,4 Bremenlrth. rix lhaler ..................... 0.01,0 (9) Ham1Jurg1 Lubec, ete..lm. marc banco .......... _. 0.85,0 lsch. schelliDg ............................ 0.02,1 Fomnax Ws1aaors .-A kilogramme equal! lbs. ; a Bremen pflmd equ&le 1.09900 lbs.; a Hamburg pfund equal111.00798 lbs a.volrdupoia. Snv,'.-Maccoboy .... ...... -90 I :1 00] Rappee. l'Aio4' ............ 90 l 00 Do. flne Plat ......... 86 9Ci Scotch and Lundy,_,,,. 90 l 00 ....... :' .. -. ........ 60 e:s ".F. G.,"..... .. ... ......... -4:2-l@ -1 "WaJHe E:d.r11 421@ ::::= :f I 11 Yn!lfl'la," (In gold) .... ......... 2lS@ :: "o.hlll& Co." -28@. :g 11 in currency ............... 86@ DOlcEST[C RECElPTS. Arrivals for the week ending Dec. 19th, 729 hhds., 2396 pkgs., of which 1425 pkgs. were shipped direct from Virginia and North Carolina. Consignments: W. Agnew & Son, I hhd.; Arli:enburg & Bry an, 2; Bacon, Clardy & Co., !49 bxs. mf., 6G hhds. ; Barclay & Livingston 49 ; B. & Son, 2 ; D. H. Baldwin & Co., B ; B. C. Bakeri Son & Co., 46; Crossman, S. & S., 2; Cl.Sson & Co. 1 ; J. Caruthers, 8 ; !J. Crockett, 7 ; J. E. Haynes & 16 ; R. H 6, ste'9"; M. Forbes & Co., 11 ; C. B. Fallenstein & Son, 45 ; G. & Sanll!bury, 5 ; Heineken & Palmore, 17; O. K. King & Co., 5; F. Rerlz & Co., 53; 4; R.L. Maitland.& Co., 41 ; Murrell, Caruth & Co., 9 ; J W. Price, 80; W. H. Price, 34, 88 pkgs. ; J. L. Overton, 26 hhds. ; W Newcomb & Co., 61 ; Norton, & Co., 6; Mm>re T. & Co., I; Oelrichs & Co., 1; Reisman & I; Ruete's So11 & Co., (i; Starin & F., 8; sawyer, Wallace& Oo., 66; Snoddy & Howard, 1; Sullivan, Murphy & Co., 16 ; Smitli & D., 2 ; Oatman & Reed, 2 ; T. H, Vetterlein & Son, I; Watts, Crane & Co., 161; Williams & Guion, 49; S. Ayres & Son, 384 pkgs. ; Bunzl & Dormitzer, 63 ; M. Beeber, 227; Dohan & Carroll, 280, 44 bhds. ; 0. J Fabbri, French & Bro., 10; Gail, Ax & Kuchler, 36 ; G. S. Ha.rt & Co., 103 ; Heald & Miller, 56 ; Hathaway & Utby, 73 ; J. T. Harris, 49 ; J. Hicks, 211 Livings ton, "Fox & Co,. 55; Newdecker & B(o 12; Pa:;tpn's Son & Co., 112 ; J Macy's -Suns; 26; P. S. 1.l:orch, 227 : C. Reed, 174; S. & J". Schiffer, 55; W. H. Smith, 45 ; J. L. Small wood & Co., 13 ; B & Co., 10; Raw son, Bridgeland & Co., 8"5. lMPORTS. Arrivals for the ending Decem ber 19th: From St. Jago, Cuba: Moses Taylor & Co., 150 bales. From Manilla : Weston & Gray, 2 cs. s. o ma.n, 5From Havana : Oatman & Gi) Q&lee, Jansen, Schmidt & Ruperti, 100; M. Brod. & Co., 136; C. F. Tag, 60; -M. Ba.rker, 1 cs. cigani; P. de :Bn.ry,. JJI; R. E. Kelly & Co., 13; S. Behm, 13; C. H Trumbull, 6; F. Probst & Co. 12; Casa.r&Pauli, -; Thomas & Bro., G ; G. W. Faber, 6; ,J. Symington, 3; Phillip & Frank 3 ; Kunhart &; Co., 3 ; Schroeder & Bun, 3; Cohn, LAMrus & Co,, 2; ff. Arntz & Co., 2; Wg,tt & \Jilsey, 2; G. W. Millington, 2; A. Schwerin & Co., 2; order 3 ; J. G. Welsh, 1 ; H. Cranston, l ; H. H. Van Dyc k, 1; H. 1 ; De Rham & Co., I ; Purdy & Nicholas, 1 ; Schmilinsky L. & Co., l ; Sch!Jlulling & Horn, 1 ; C. A Hubbard, I ; W. I.L Wallace, I; J Berthand & ccr.; 1; S. Valverde, 2 cigarettes; M Deeher & Co., 1 case cigars; M : C. Rodriquez, 1 ; 1 bbl. cigarettes, 20 bales ley; Pearsall, Schmidt & Co. 6 cs." cigars, F. 0. Mebright, 1 pkg. < Statement of imports and values for the weeks ending EXPOJ\'I;S Shipments for the week ending December 19th : 1264 hhds., 468 pkgs. crude, and 29,12 7 lbs. manufactured. Value of crude', $297, 925; va.lue of manufacture
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T 013 A 0 Co t..E.AF. / $Bl 50 and 5 hhds new lea at $16 a $21 On Wednesday the market was active, and the prev ous advance m pr ces was susta ned Offerings 109 hhds reject ons 16 hhds Cons dermg the recent advance as likely to be stead ly mamta1Ded we conform our quotat ons to 1t as follows .Lio ht l50@ HO ow' a 75 700 1100 12 00 1 5 00 JG 00 91 00 2100@2500 26 00@40 uo II.a.-vy .600@800 s 50@10 l50 1200@1<00 600@ 600 19 00 @2-3 00 28 00 < 25 00 Sales for the week ending Decemb e t 18 were 409 hhds w th 60 reject ons Rece pis dur ng the week 139 hhds 41 bxs Ex ports "196 hhds. bxs Total rece pts 11 nee Febru"y 1st, 87 960 hhds and 9216 bxs Total exports for same t me S6 142 lthds 8'T 345 bxs (JINCJINN A.Tl, Dec 1 Ii -Sales of leaf at Bodmann s Wllrehouse dunng the week end ng December 15 were as follows 201 hhds and 100 boxes, viz 195 hhds. Mason Oo leaf. lugs and trash-5 hbds at $8 a $8 75 80 af" $4 a $4 75 19 at $0 25 a $5 50 7 at IJ6 '75 22 at $7 a $7 75 13 at $8 25 a $8 50 17 at $9 50 a $9 75 14 at $10 25 a $10 50 8 at $11 11 at $12 a $12 75 5 at $13 5() 8 at $14 25 a $14 75 9 a $15 a $15 75 7 at $16 5 at $1'7 a $17 75 4 at $18 3 at $20 a $20 75 2 at $21 50 2 at $22 a $22 50 1 at $23 75 1 at $24 75 1 at $26 50 1 hhd. "\arg n a at $18 25 5 casks Ohio at $2 75 a $8 25 100 bxs Ohio seed leaf. wrappers and fillers at pnces rangmg from $2 to 50 The market durmg the past week "as ateady F ne tobacco 1s scarce and held very firm Med um and low grades are freely ofllered and pr ces generally tak<:.n A few hogs beads or new Jugs were offered badly house burnt, and brought from 'Ttc to 9ic Dec 16 -Sales of leaf tobacco at MorrtS & Chalfant s warehouse for tho week ending this date were as follows 94 hhds Yr.son county leaf. lugs and trash -19 hhds at $4 a $4,WS 15 at $5 a $5 75 10 at $6 a $6 50 7 at $7 25 a $7 50 8 at $8 a $8 30 4 at $9 50 6 at $10 a $10 50 z at $11 75 6 at $12 a $12 '75 t at $13 25 a$13 75 1 at $14 75 3 at $15 a $15 50 2 at $16 a $16 50 1 at $17 25 8 at $18 7o 1 lt $21 25 1 at $24 25 1 at $25 2 hi ds new Mason county Kentucky-! at $'7 75 1 at $28 50 2 hhds Southern Kentucky-I at $15 50 1 at $28 1 at $85 5 hhds. M soun-1 at $8 2 at i12 a $12 25 J 1 at $18 211 1 at $24 50 3 hhds V rg IllS (Wes tern) -1 at $11 21> 1 >t $l!i 25 1 at $22 Offered 107 hhds w th rejection of pr ces upob.14 Rece pts very 1 ght Old crop be ng nearly exhausted and weather be ng unfavorahle for str ppmg and pnz ng the new we expect but little m Have sold new Mason county at 7!;c for lugs at 28lc for leaf. and 1 hhd new Ballard county Ky at 85c Demand for common grades IS far and prices nay be quoted some higher ST LOUIS Dec 14 -Rece pts and offer mgs are now very small and the market remams qu et and without important change When the offer ngs are of low grades the market 1s very dull but when des rable qua! t es ue put on ti e breaks the demand s more ammated-showmg a good feel ng for the better descnphons of both sh1pp10g nnd comparatively lower than foe any other kmds Receipts foll ng oH' illODILE D&c 9 MantifacfJured Stock s accumulating and common sells at 40c a 50c medum at 60c a 80e. and fine at $1 a $125 Nll:WORLEANS, D'ee 9 -Leaf -An account o f stock was taken on the 6th nst the result of wh ch was as follows In Ken tucky warehouse 881 hhds M ss ss pp 250 Un on 2 2 3 Sampson s, 135 St Lou s 171 Pel con 60 Montgomery 80 Wabash JO total 1260 hhds To wh ch may be added on the levee 42 hhds n the c ty manufactor1es hhds on sh pboard none ma.k ng :total on hand Dec 6th 1509 hhW. Subsequent arr vals amount to 44 hhd< subsequent exports none mak ng a total on hand Dec 8th 1553 hhds Sales w1thm the last tl rec days, 81 hhds lugs to common leaf at 7c a We 10 hhds se lections at 25c a 30c. FClRElGN LONDON Dec l -From the reports of G F DaVJS & Co Claggett Brach1 & Co Bramble Wtlk ns & Co we condense the follow ng statement of month of }fovcm her Arter a long per od of stagnnlion there bas been at last :a react on and a rev val of an mation n ti e tobacco trade Throughout the last month the e has been a good general demand m th s market for Amer ean tobacco n part cular and the total bus n ess done may be cot s dered as qu te up to a far aver age ThIB act v ty is no doubt to be attr b uted to the character of ti o goods offered and the representat ons that Jrnve reached tii s country as to tho cond t o of th e last crop m the Un ted States and the gloomy prospects of the next crop The purchases of Str ps m ti IB market were ent rely confined to those Of goe>d old chuacter II h ch the trade sho lfed a ptuden\ anx ety to secure on account of the sampl ng of the new 1myort havmg turned out so very nforio1 cspec ally as regards color and th s: w th rare excep tons ts the character of the whole mport Neatly one half of the now mport is we may say now sampled, and taking 1t al together it 1s one of the vorst that we have seen for years-tl e leaf be ng r poSS!ble worse than the str ps One of the principal features or tho business transacted last month was tho sale of 79 hhds of fine V rg n a leaf to the Admiralty for naval purposes-thlS be ng the first nstance m the last four years of sale n th s country of that growth for the use of tho navy In the regular trade the sale of V rg n a tobacco was altogether of a reta I character on account of the ex treme rates demanded by holders who should however understand that until they ass m late their rates to those that rule for W astern growth they must not expect to do any bus1 ness worthy of note The trad e hnve made up the r mmds not to g ve any h gher price for V rg ma than for W cstern bavmg d scov ered dunng the late c v I war wh ch Virtually excluded V irg n a from the mar that the Western answers qu te as well More bus ncss has been done m Oh10 and dee aedly h gher pr ces paid for redd sh colory wh le yello>1 s no longer obta nable The stock of Maryland has been cleared of every th ng good and even smgle hhds with a portion colory which have occas anally resented themselves JD re Q* 1 as lolV as rth while the stoclt adlllaes large 64911 718 ht 8 689122 1865 6S 2211121 bl 8 458 6M rhe sales of ti e past month Ill' reported to amount to hhds compns ng '77 Vl1'gm1a leaf 58 stemmed 719 Western leaf 269 stemmed and 404 Mary ]ll,llds. Of these 81 V1rg ma leaf. 36 stemmed 289 Western leaf 165 stemmed and S98 Marylsnds were taken for the home trade 6 V1rgrn a leaf. 22 stemmed 164 Western leaf. andl08stemmed for Ireland and Scotland 40 V rg n a 240 Wes tern leaf. 1 stemmed and 6 Mary land for export, and 26 Westcr.n leaf for resale A1thongh the sales have been to a far extent the market ti roughout the past month has worn a quiet appearance buyers be ng deterred from operat ng largely by the a.dvance generally asked n dry Western loaf by unporters who on the other hand have been md fferent about sell ng at prov ous quotations The supply 0 th s class 1s so 1moll that holders have great confidence u{ the future course of pncos apd a consider able part 6f the stock 1s w thheld from v1ow so that buyers ba.ve a poor select on es pee ally of the common and med um quali ties for which a sl ght advance has been obtamed the quotat ons for the better en.des, and for stemmed remammg unchang ed For V ll'll:lma there has been httle demand and the sales mado have been w thm the range of our quotat ons The 1ncreas ng scare ty of medmm grades of Western has probably tended to turn the attent on of the tro.de more townrd Yarvlands the sales of which are larger than n any prev ous mohlh th s year The cargoes of the Lakemba and St Lou from V 1rg101a, cons11ting of 1152 hbds and 'T22 t erces are not Included m th& import About 600 hhda of low Western leaf are to be offered by auct10n about the middle of thtS month PA.llT cvuas or Stoos. !f TR WJl .... llOUSll 1111 Dac.lf ...... .lLL lfO'I' Si.llPt.aD In Marylr.nd leaf the busmess ha! 1-of a subo,.. nate character the aal>ll lhl!,ld have been of std! smaller dlmens om tf wUlt m the last dnys some sales of common black frosted at 4t gts had taken pla"! laq9r lote of th s descr ptlon are oft'ereq h11t it appears that dealers first wish to iilcerta1n whether een at the pnce ment one! so loll' an art cl w 11 at all prove aalable or or d nary and good onlmary sound he demallt conhnucs moderate, the same as for the com mon brown sorts a more a01mated lusm however "ould dee dedly bo domg lf a better qua) ty could lie obtamed Of grades the mporlat ons have been very In s gn !leant the demand for these however contmues and some lots now m the ceurae of sh pp ng ar e I kely to be sold to amve by samples expected by next steamer qllbta\10111 rema n the samo os lost noted. No sales of Ground lea or Oh o 285 hhds were sold, all of the san e qua! ty of common tel good wd floe reel the pr ce obtamed 1s 9t gt& which shows cons derable concessions on the part ttf hold ers and tho demand continues wyJiul1ted A common green sh artielo JS 11ffilred at 7 gts. w thout find ng takers. QJ:..11.y we have to notice but one sale of 40 I bds at 11 + gts for lll!Xed quality In Seed leaf only a moderate bus10ess s go ng on the demand beanng pr l)c1pally o fine wrappers h ch are scarce -STooirs In first hands -KentuckJ 24ol hhds V rg n a, 522 hhds Marylarid 1971 Ground 238 hh4s Ohlo 719 Bay 52 hhds "\ irgmta Stem; 2729 Kentucky Stems 1673 hhds. Seed le11f. 5716 cases For West Ind an and South A111encan to bacco our markel bas not 111y new feature the mqmry continues to lie oonHned to the better grades, "h ch remam scirco. ,, ... l Of Columbian the suppltes of new crop ue gett ng n rather slowly for the month now closed ti ey embrace the two cargGes per Ocean and per Ernst from b esides some md1re ct mportat ons v a Englsnd m all 1321 ceroons Ambalem&, 724 (Jarmen and 1904 Gron I le sales fur thelilme pe rod amount to 830 Ambalema 1611 Carmen and 1318 Gron The qual ty JJf the recent suppl es cont nues to be looked on fanrably the greater part found promptly takers at very full rates and 1t s only.!...Ambalema of whlch some pod on rests und po&et or. on account of not hav ng been colflpletely landed yet pr ces for th s sort rema n as a cho1co art cle bav ng aga n brought tom liO to 52 gts. for firsts and from 25 to 27 pa for seconds a Jess handsome qua! ty "brought about 40 and 18 gts whtle of the old stock sales prove d fficult at 32 and 15 gts. respect vely for firsts and seconds Transactions m Carmen nearly embrace the ent re quutity so far reee1ved of new crop th s and tho fact that full rices were reahzed su!lclently 1peaks for the usefulness of the arltcle, aodJt to be hoped that more liberal supplie& will follow the more so as apparently fL other sorts of wrappery leaf. of equally rable quality but a comparatively small qo,ntity will be rece ved We quote Carmen $aper or t 40 to 42 firsts from 27 to 86 medmll\ 21 to 24 and seconds from 15 to 18 gts. some lots of a low averoge quail __.. ....... .,..... I" ""';mm ps at $2 20 9 hhds. frosted and green lngs at $8 10 a $4 90 8 hhds factory $5 10 _a $6 40 4 planters g7 a $7 60 10 common and medium sh ppmg leaf. $10 75 a $14 75 4 good do $16 25 10 fillers $8 SO a $14 50 6 cutter $10 a $13 25 6 common manufac tun g leaf. $91111 a $10 a $10 75 2 med um at $13 a $14 and S good do 16 25 a $20 75 perlOO lbs In the sam e t me b1dson 28 hhd s were rejected mcludmg 16 bhds yesterday To day 26 hhda were sold at yesterday s prices and b ds on 7 hhds were rejectedmarket unchanged at very ull pnces a from 11 to l& gts. _.. "P._ B111>n 6:i/l 8100 range from 29 to 81 gts for 21 to Manufactured Tobauo and Cavendish Sales about 382 pack1.11:e at pr ces, on wholesale transac ions Ill ravor or the buyer The Pers1& bas just arnVlld from Wilnnngton with 647 packages negrohead, of vanous well known brands t,he "bole of wh c.h will be offered n this Il)arket 24 for firsts 10 to 18 for medrnm and from 10 to 12 gts. for seconds transact ons mclude a lot of 600 ceroons imported from Haaiburg where t was sold for our market at G marks banqo while t was resold I ere at 18 gle Rece pts for the I\ eek 46 bhd; BOSTON, Dee 16 -Then arket for man ufactured shows more an mat on Sales are however I m ted mostly to the trade but prices are fully manta nod We quote tax paid tens best qual ty 63c to G5c medium 55c a 60c common 4Gc a 50c quarter pounds scarce 62ic a 70c navys, 721c a 78c Leaf s nactive a 1 "e have 1 o trans actions to report Receipts for the week 660 bxs 59 hhds. Exports 90 bxs 150 cs to Bombay and 8 bxs to the Prov PHILADELPHIA, Dec 16 -Leaf IS dull and neglected sound manufac ured ts m good demand at fa r rates Among tho sa les we note sever:.l small lots of Pe nsyl van a seed leaf at 6tc a lOc Exports for the week end ng December 14 to Borbadoes 836 lbs leaf value $842 Io Trinillad 3645 lbs leaf value $820 DALTil!lORll: Dec 16 -Leaf-There 1 s but I ttle do ng except ID Maryland ground leaf. and m th s the transact ons are not heavy Common qua! t cs of ground leaf 11re sell ng at $8 50 a $4 and fine ranges from $8 a $12 Sales of all descr pt o ns of Maryland amount to nosrly 300 hhd s Ken tucky and Ohio offW" nothing worthy of no t ce the market be ng nom nal u the absenoe or transaction s Inspections for the week 570 hhds Mary land 44 Oho 29 Kentucky and 29 Virg nm total 6'72 Exports this week 8 hbd11 to West Ind es Stock m warehouse nnd on sh pboa"d 28 997 hhds eil -P ces for good qua!tl es are firmly manta ned Stock and r comparat vely large bus ness sales sum nung up to 917 hhds tobacco and 1208.hhds of stems, wl le 2mports for the same per od amount to respect vely 640 and 65'7 hhds 541 of which were received d rect from R ch mond, per Johann Ahlers and the remamder by var ous vessels nd rec!ly from Balt11nora and New York. Prices for tobacco have been fully susta ned parcels of sweet fla.vored and waxy qua] ty have even brought some ad vance espec nlly such as were composed of low to med um leaf. Sales of lugs range from 5i gts for very low and partly rotten up to 8! gts for leafy and sweet flavored thoso ll f leaf from 9t to 14 gts for common to med um and from Ht to 20 gts for med um nnd up wards. Frne waxy leaf brought from 22 to 26 gts For these latter grades however the demand 1s rather hm led Part o! the above sales were effected to arnve from New York a.ccord ng to Amer can samples and m the same manner several lots of stems-were sold while more s offered that way Some mporters certa nly hold back for an mprovement, to real ze wh ch however s extremely d1fll cult so long as -others remam free sellers. Sales of stems pone pally range from 8 to 4 rtb some com non lots were disposed of even below the former figure a fa r brown art cle of manufactured fetches from 4! to 6 rth according to the cond t1on rn which they open whtle If perfectly sweet, 7 to 7t rth are obta nabTh bright Lynchburg n fresh and perfect condition would lltill hr ng the former pnce of about 10 rth but if made of strips, they are worth cons derably less The greatly reduced value of Kentucky stems of course also acts unfavorably on that of a irgm a made article there ha.ve heen sales Of Palmyra 882 bales were recc vcd whicl makes the present stock sum up ta 1120 paokage s no sales haVJ g taken placth Ila.,. and poclarH A. pipe to make the roJl&l l'rlHrloh W.o\11 Ortlle-Teot.J.6.ickh wl b erJ"fT 4 aome ,.....,._,.. bil.lello'9 .... ill" WbM oowaby ga.-e U blnh' What Biest of cl Mt Saw It flnt kindle a.I. the glowing coa What happy artlP murmu ed Nune dtm ill I Wheo. be bad rahlooed lhll tra.mcenden bow f BM Ii been be&J'dld in a monareht tr1U.1r11 f WM lt a glft ce or prize of war D d u.e gre&L In blt l{oU96 or P euuree w-lltd -lllo lbe good Zaalar r 11 mq haft ooolhtcl llllld ilpealtr'1 ...-hol7 Wiiie ........ lndlllop o( "" ...... Or graced Vwl llp1 of braTe !Ir Walt.er BalelP ... bin lall Ooollt14!'.61"'...... Ill .......... 1 ...... --'1PowD Labelled. The IJ]Dbol of IOIDI andent OaltUJ Ooi:ueetur& y Pha c but unknown Why do I \hut Ule ancient qW\ el -rw xt Man and T me that ma.rk1 all ea.rth y th ngs f Why labor to re word the hackneyed mo a o., s'>Vf.M..,.,, )'tJJtl a1Romer11.D.pt Vo this "Some link we to ge a e never broken Some fee lop calm e xe mption from de<:ay A.nd Love of which thlJ p pe W&I bat. U.e token She list. though-pi pea and '-moken pau away W H. B TO:BACCO llEETL'iG PllBSllANT to not ce a numbe1 of gentle men met at the Phoonu: House Dayton, Ohio on Fr day December 8th ll S Gunckel was called to the chur and J Z mmer was &ppomted secretary Remarks upon the pre en\ unequal system of taxation of tobacco were made by Messrs Dryden Gunckel and Ph ster of C nc nna A comm ttee of three collSlst ng of the ch& rman secretary and Wm Penzer Esq was appo nted te prepare bus ncss for :m adjourned meet ng Thcs proceed ngs were ordered to be publtShed m the Journal and Empire of Dayton and an mv talion extend ed to all mterested 10 growing manuliic turmg or dealmg n tobacco to be present at next meeting upoll ; ....,.,re we proceed on on t!rough the o!ices and at or rollmg room-an 1--AI ... floor :jJDYering 1000 yards of land .al< io feet m fleight-hav ng mucl the ppetU'tflCe or two --pst chapels k ocked nto one,..1111d ijleD lfiaa&ted (as t really s) to of the modern Fire worsh ppers. Io th gr.eat apartment although crowded with work people and the floor covered with heaps upon heaps of tobacco m all the stages of P?eIIP'Btion the ttlatton so perfectly regulated that an atmophero pe h ades all around us as clear and ( eah as the fields m spnng Wo could heart ly w1ah that every nmyspaper prmt ng office we know or could compare n its arrangements with the ventila ton of this c g&r factory The result of th s admirable peculianty 11 very plainly to be traced m the faces of the work girls all aronnd We see no beet c flush no con sumptive cheeks no wast ng eyes no starting bones ID the features of these peo ple such && too many modern workshops produce an l foster to the shame of civiliza tion. He<hy robust, and roay oheeked girls are working here qmet, without a f!hade of languor and incessantly occupied without apparent fabguc work ng away at the r plessant cslhng, happy a I cheerful There ts some talk ng go ng forward of course and hut litlle app&rent restramt m that respect The fingers however are pl ed none the less n mbly and the a r of ordor and r eg ula.nty which prevails s und s turbed What number of workers we see g&tl ered together w could not attempt to guess but feel tole ably certa n that so many g rls we never saw seated n rol\ s in one room before And every one of these girls has an easy occupation and a sure subsistence pro v dcd for her m the making or c gars. In th s department the leaf goes through many changes On arrmng here from the maga z ne below where 1t has been moistened and sweated it passes n ti e first nstance mto the hands of the sorters who rapidly open it and scrutmize 1t leaf by leaf. Expert old hands are they they can decide at a glance what s fit for the exqu s te Cabana and what for the unpretendrng Cuba The kn<1w ng youth who plunges h s hands mto tho deepest recess of the tobaccon st s counter box te brmg up a mild twopenny from the under most strata where he feels sat sftcd the very mildest and best Ile artrully secreted m gbt learn here how little he gams by his extra labor and sagac ty Ke'lller eyes ti an even his have carefully exalll!ned all those weeds before and have arra.nged them accJiJ:d ng to their prec se correspondence of mer t. Take the first which comes to J our hand -shut your eyes nnd plunge-t 1s all the same for your twopence though you turn up the secrets of the whole heap When the leaves have been distributed by the sorters m proper heap they are passed on to the str ppe.who extract the stalk or stem runmng through ti e m ddle of each These stems are lad aside to be converted mto On motton the mee( ng was adjourned Saturday Dec 16 h at o!to b clock P H S GwrnKEr, Chairman J Z KMER Suretary to snuff The leaves a then conveyed to the over looker s & sort of glass house n the centre of the bu Id ng haVJng a complete v ew o f the kcrs and the r ___ ,_ TD A CORRESPONDENT sends us the followmg .;nlllt\1'\v@'lllHiffc \AA l'lfi both new and nterest ng to our reader s Apart from L veq ool s busy centre n a qu et out of the way street-devoted by com mon conoent to Jodg ng house keepe s and their m1gratorr tenant s where the t nerant organ gr oder r e gns supreme und the footfall of the pol ccman 1s rarely ex 11ts an establ s hment know only to few even of the towns 11 I ab tn t s b t wh ch for its smguhrly novel charActer and ex:tens vc de ta Is mmy fall'ly c\;t m attent on even among the many ndustr al mnrvels of the wonder ful la d we I ve m It 1s a Cigar Manufa c tory carried on by Messrs Cope Brothers & Co of Lord Nelsoh st1eet and s success fully worke d Ill all ts brnnches, by female lsbor a fact "h1ch help s to solve one of the great soc al problem s of the day tie employ ment of women A rsmble ti rougl the factory ms to u s nterest ng o.d 'e subJO n.a jOt t ngs fo1 the iformat on of your r0<1aers On et ter1ng the establishment we find t1te scene before us a bus) and a novel 01 e-thc hum of man) talkers-ti e "h ta d throb of machmery the piles up01 p !es of c gars the bustle of busy porters arranging ti eir heaps or goods for country parcels-and the general st r of an act ve trade ca1 ry con v nc ng p10of ti at tho talonted contnbu to "S to the Lanut hav_c thro .-n th e wr tten eloquence away Evon that pa npblet 1tl the fearful t ti e IJeath in the Pipe seems to have .P ped forth ts shr II wal'flmgs m vam unles ndeed people have ntcrpr ete d it to the leiter llod songht profonged life by takmg to the cigal" The trade contmues to flounsh and looks qmte I kely to last our I fc time The Obancellor oLtl e Exchequer may st II count upon the lelV odd m 11 ons con mg m from this source, w thout wh ch he would have to deal somewhn.t roughly with the vested mterests of tho Bunaclo fam ly We may here remark that every country or tr be of human bemgs baa had from t me 1mme mor al its own peculiar narcotic either abo ngmal or imported Tl a unuersal mstmct of the human race hlis led somehow or other to1he umversal supply of th s want or crav mg Tobacco n North Amenc& the thorn apple cocoa tobacco and hemp n South America and tobacco m Europe hemp m Africa &man ta, betel nut, and to ba.cco m ASt& ID fact there 1s no corner of the globe but where narcot cs m some shape or other are known and mdulgcd n In th s country the habit of smoking Lappears to be steadily on the mcrease m 1831 the average consumption of the wl ole population shows 12 oz per head vh le 'ui 1851 it ha.d nsen to 17 oz but ti s 1s far below the average consumpt on of so1ne of our ne ghbors m France the Governntcnt calcu lation sho" s 18t oz. m Denmark 70 oz and m Belg um 73t oz or 4t lbs per In some of the North Amer can States tho proportion greatly exceeds these quotations while amol'lg eastern nat ons it s be! eved to be st 11 greater Tl e average consumpt on by the "hole human race 1s about '70 oz per head per annum or a total of about two m I of tons In Chinn the pract ca 1s so general that every female from the ago of e ght or n ne years wears as an appendage to her dress a small s lkeQ pocket, to hold tobacco and ptpe Whether th s ..:treme custom w ll ever become a fashion n this country we ue not prepued even to conJec turt>-the lad OS of 0 futur<> generation may cons der t a more becom ng ornament than the crinoline of the present day However the subject too wide a one for us to enter opera.tons Here they are nga n carefully sorted tbe broken or damaged ones put as de and the perfect leaves wh ch are ready for worki g counted out mto pads or L-T ............. h.::i. """" bt:1 !&lo h9t the c gar mai.ers are suppuea Wittl, boxes of numbered metal checks each of vb ch rep resents a pad of ti e mater al Sharp I ttlc g rls carry ng small w ckcr baskets arc per petually rov ng through ti e ro s of workers m search of orders Whe one of t he e g rls rece ves an order and the payn ent fo t at the sam e t ne m the sl ape of a check she hurrle3 away obto n s tho re qu s tc quant ty of mater als and br ngs 1t to tl e worker by vhom th e c h eck was g vc [ 0 BE CO TNU.ED ] CROPS OF THE NORTHERN STATES ToE follo v ng tabl e has bee' comp led fi on offic al ctur s rece vcd at ti e Ag c IL ral -H -CORRECTION IN ou not ce of tie dissolut on of tie firm of Moses & H rscb ID our last issue the phraseology has g ven so ne of our renders the mpress on that Mr H rsch corr es on the bus ness of th e firm alone We arc author zed to state that Mr Moses contmues the bus ness at the old stand ti same s tock and fixtures and II settle all the ac counts or the firm -. -MESSRS DE Fo w TnAYER & Co and Messrs Connelly & Co of th s c ty w II please accept o r thanks for rnluable fore gn GRANT & lCANUll'ACTUREll8 OF CIGARS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, JDDBXRSN Fore1[n & AmerICan Leaf Tobacco1 LABELS RIBBONS ETC 149 H1ghst., Providence, R. I. K'DRT T GR.UT 39 64 R & W JENKINSON, Jl.lNO'J'!CTURRRS 0111' ..l.LL KINDS OF Chewing Tobacco, WIIOLESALB DEALERS IN Jmtff, tit, 6 FEDERALSTREET, 4! 94 ALLEGHENY CITY\ PA EACLE TOBACCO WORKS. JOHN GRAZIER, Nos 119 Water and 158 First 1t P1ttoburg Pa lr.&.MUi".t.CTUllER 0 .. .l t ltlND9 OJ' CHEWINO &. SMOKINO TOBACCO, BAL Tl MORE SPWI ROLL F ves Tens N svy Pounds Ha.If Pounds Bu: Twist Natural Dia.mend Twist Cut and Dry Sm.ok Oil Tobacco etc 42-94 cautlOD -All pcrsonB nre cautioned bny. inga y SMOJONG TOBACCO pu po ting to have been put up by me a& I bave not nu.nu ac ured any s nee April 186 and none of tho genru.no bu been n the New Yo k ma ket e nee the spr D0 of 1862 I am pre parlng fo tu\ 1.mmed a e esnmptlon of Lts mannfttc ture when those dee tng the genuine art cle can be suppl ed by calling ou my a.,.en s lieilirs BULKLEY & K.ooru: 'No '14 Front-:street JAMES FISHER JR R CBKOND October lSf!li 33 tr Il!lPORT:ED AND DOM.:ffiSTIC SEGARS, TOBACCO SNUFF AND FIPBS .u.soCHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO 1'o 7 Ka1n-etreet (w ta de B d o o il al)Ove F ont) 4!-.'l& CINCINNATI E BRENTANO noiEsTic ... SE&Klis, -.Ullo-PLUG AND SMOKING TOBACCO NO 42 MAIN STRTEET 1 42-t;l CJIN()J:Nt:.-ATJ B OTT.RN SCHOTT & 0'""'1"'"i."'.l:i""'N"" WHO k:BA IC DJil,U.F.Il S TN AJ.J. li:l!iDS OP Leaf NO 17 MAINSTREET Bolween o t and Columb' a, CINCINNATI, O N cw Y OJ k Branch Leaf Tobacco W arehonse L NEWBURGH, llPOP.rnt !ND LEB. IN .A.LL Kll!DS OP L.eaf Tobacco NO 21 WALNUT STREET ,. Corner of Front ltreet CINCINNATI 0 s d at the 01re:1t N i. Yo k Ma .k.e& rat TELLER ANATHAN & CO, WHOLl&U a DliLl"ltl ll LEAF TOBACCO ... SEGARS-' 117 NORTH THIRD STREET 41 93 PHH,AJtELPHU. ROBINSON I & WlLLETT, l lllJJ'!CTURJUlS OF EVERY STYLE AND DESCRIPTION or Plug Tobacco, t4t & t43 THIRD-STREET 40-9 LOUISVILLE KY D. S BROWN & CO., WHOLEl!ALE l1EA.1..1:R8 IN LEAF AND MANUFACTURED A.I.SO 1fPORTRn8 Or HAVANA AND YARA TOBACCO 31 and 33 Droadtreet Boston. --..... 11:1du omo-rl!Oncoo 42--07 LAWRENCE DONOVAN JI Ji' CT17Rli:R OF Havana and Domest10 Cigars AND DXALBR Leaf Tobacco and Cha me A A ECKLEY, I EAF AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, NO n Bll"KR 10 S1' E STEELE, BURRILL & CO :.IA UPACTUrtRRS gy SEG-A.B.S.,. WBO :S.U Y rD RE DlUU>llS Meer sc h aum and Brar P pes Snulf and Smok e r s Art cles Generally 9 CHANGE AVENUE 110/!TO !r H A WHITNEY & CO D I: Kns N LE .r AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO & CIGARS, NO 2t BROAD-STREET Corne oI'Central sti:eet 39 M BOSTON J DAVENPORT, JR DRAt.211 IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Leaf Tobacco & Cigars, 107 PURCHASE STREET, 311 M BOSTON I SAMUEL & BRO OP -' Havana and Domestic Cigars, 131 llLUDEli LANE NEW YOBK SUSMANN BROTHERS, WHO DK.U.lfBS N HAVANA & DOMESTIC CIGARS Chew ng and Fine Smoking Tobaccos A!Jo Importers of Heerschaum and Briar Pipe of Every D81Cl'lption AND SMOKERS ARTICLES GENERALLY A a. ge asso ment of Fan y Goode ODS an yon band 9 UNION STREET 39 M DOSTON MASS BROADWELL & HADDEN MANUFACTURERS OE I SEGA.R.S AND DEA U!RS IN LEAF TOBACCO No 175 Greenw ch street New York Onr Brandl LA IDOL and LA VILLAFRANCA 8S-G8 And o her Drands fo mmed a e use 'i. o) TOBACCO,

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THOS. DOWSE & CO. BROKERS IN Manufactured Tobacc NO. 94 WATER-ST., NEW-YORK, REFERS, BY PERMISSlON, TO DuBois, V.i'!DERVOORT k Co., S1 Water st. ROJH?\f GARTH 17 2 'Vakrst. FISBE Co., Boston. Boe: Mco.u'MoM & Co., Phllad e lphla On.is. D DaFoan A j.l1tlmore. H. THIERMAN! COMMISSION MERCHAI Al!D DEALER IN Leaf & Manufactured Tobru1 NO. 142 WATERST.REE'r, NEW-YORK. CHAS. F. -TAG, IMPORTER OF SPANI5 AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS Ol!' LEAF TOBACCi NO. 184 FRONT-STREET, NEW-YOE E. SPINGARN, DEALER IN Leaf Tobacco & Sega: NO. Ji BURLINC SLIP, :NE.iB W' A.TER-IJTREET, NE"W-YORK. Tobacco Manu.fo.cturers F. H. PURDY & CO., SUCCESSORS TO HARVEY & HAVIf,AND TOBACCONISTS, 10 & 12 FULTONS"I'., NEW-YORK, Hauutact.uren of an kinds of PtKll CU'I' CmWJ10 and 8110 DD TOB-'.CCO, S!rnn, S:EaAM, etc. Dealers ln PLUG TOD.1.000 PJPJES, etc. The Brands they manufacture are Jtf one Suo laland :Bell, l!'lora. Temple, nnd E:rnwite. N. B.-Wonld call tbe attcntlon o! the' Trade particular h 11 10 t.llelr new Brando! Tobacco GOLDEN GEM, U-n.8U1-pasfed by any oi"er ojfe red to the Tradi. [36-6 l Good:s Forwarded to any part of the Countr y. & OSBORNE SUCCESSORS TO INNES C. ADAMS, :BROKERS IN Lf)af & Manufactured Tobacco LICORICE, TONQUA BEANS, Etc., NO. 91 ,. .. G. ADA"9, } 81-61 NEW-YORK f.H O..Oao. LICORICE PASTE WALLIS & 00. EXTRA. Tobacco manufacturer s and the trad in general are particularly requested t e 0 r I examine and test the s uperior prope ties of this LJ90RICE, which, bein n,ow brought to the highest perfection is oft'ered under the above style of brand g We are' also SOLE AGENTS for th e brand e F. G. .Acknowledged by consumers to be th best in the market. And for the bran a of Licorice Stick G. H. In all respects equ al to CALABRIA. GOMEZ, WALLIS & CO., HO:x 1, D.tU\tlUU1'\ .... io7 and 109 Second St., KY., eo .. Manu(alburers of the follow ing ce l e b rated brands af F1NE" CuT CHEWING TosAcco, SUNNYSIDE, SWEET OWEN, ROSE-BUD. KILLICK[NIC K SMOKING TOBACC OS, Golden Eagle Cabinet. Grand Mogul, Chjr;ru1.:y -Cora... t HOYT, FLAGG & CO. X.) HTTAM & LAWRENCE, MANUFACTURERS OF bacco, Snuff & Cigars, 395 Pearl Street, New-York, on&l11nt\y Oil hand t\ large a830 rtru eul of lula 11Ianu.faeiured Tobacco, Pure trk18b Sm.oklne;, Imported Bava na nod Do'fll.estlc 0s es The Snnft' la known all over the country, and is manuf'acturctl expressly for the above purpose. It ca.n be had by the keg ha.lt barrt1l, or barrel. Fancy 8moll.ing T obaooo of o.11 kinds, as also goo d ae lection of l'&ncy Articl e s J&.Y"ES ll. OITTOlllt8'rER. sd'-66 Wlf. 1110.APITL. JOSEPH SCHEIDER'S .lt'.fl.T.EO.lr .fl.L Tobacco Works, 246, 248 CANAL-STREET, N Y. __ s__ J LICORICE PASTE I No. 2 :E[anover Building, 1 6 -54 Hanover Square, NEWYORK. IIanuf&cLurer of Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, -:o:EXCELSIOR MILLS EADIE & HARRIOTT, Hyk&, Winnebago, Carte Blanche, Peach, BRANDS. I I Vineyard._ DeHght, Pooahontu, Floral, KUUcldnfct, [ \ PURE POWDERED LICORICE Glfm Arabic, OLIVE OII.,, TONQUA BEANS, And other for Tobacco11iists' u s e1 fo r al by WEA VER & STERRY, Importer s 29-81 16 PLATT-ST., N Y LIQUORICE PASTE 'A. P. FRANCIA, Importer of Liquorice 101 Water ,Strcet, N. Y. r G & F, Oatilll &:; Co., XX & MF brands all o r !!luperJo quallty, for Die'" lowest market rate!. 2 7-62 LICORICE PASTE. -:o:HENRY M. MORRIS, 99 Pearl & 62 Stone Streets, New-York, lPOllTBR j,Nl) sou J.QENT IN' Tmt u. B. ro IJI8 M. & M. BR.A.ND. OERTJPIOATES wllI be shown from the leadlng ma.nu f'&ctarel'I In Richmond, Lynchburg, Petersburg, Danvill e Brooklyn, St. Louts, Loufnllle, Covington1 Pl&.t.ablif. 1 Mia, A.ustrall.&1 and Oali!ornta.: \ LIC?RICE PASTE F. GRUND & CERERO l IlllPOBTEBS. 118 Pee.rlatreet, liew-York. J'. C, J ,Ca, B.. B.. ntrRJUA. :r. G. -C. 00-811 W. & A. LEAMAN, Bit.oms nr LIQUORICE PASTE TONQUA BEANS,. ETO., eMi.87 PINESDEET. BAOlrY.R1' DI Leaf & Manufactured AND. BJU1.lltl8, 131 Malden-Lane, NE.4.R WATEnSTREll:l' 1 1.UOSO.HDIB, I NEW-YORX. aooJJt IUAUOT'l'. f ., 218 M. ERTHEILER, TOBACCO BROKER', 1 Wate r-1:?reet, NEAR VVALLST., NEW-YORK. 1, H. WrnaT1 H A. RICIIJ:Y, Succe ssors to DaH It Wight From house of B. F. i;arlett & Co. WICHT &. RICHEY,' :Manufactured and Leaf Tob acc o BRO KERB, \ No. 85 Water-street, New-York -J, H "'IGHT k CO,, 5 1 Exchangep\ace. Baltimore. T. A CASWELL, WII O L"lil!l..U. R .AClENT 01"' BAGLEY'S DETROIT FINECUT CHEWING NO. 60 NASSAU-STREET 40-GS Ne-w-York.: DE BRl\EKELEER & CORNELIS, 0)' FINE' SEGARS; .. LEAF IinporterS" of Segars D"ACTUR>:RS 0 Cut, Che win[, Smotin, aml. TOBACCO fOIL & BOTTLE CAPS, TOBACCO NO. 38 CROS:BY-STREET. SEGARS&SNU.B'F, ro e j1q"_ o 39-91 Ne"W"-Yo-rlt. 908 &:; 208 Fulton-at.1 (near Ortenwlch,) N. Y. I\ \j \j OUR BRANDS : .. ; J Chew)ln Tobacco. The celebrated brands BEGA.RS.. E Golden Weed." Mou Rose," "Fa.voritc,1> c i Green River." All kinda or Plug; and l'hewlne Sm.oklhUt Tobacco. -"Howe Com fort," Ouba Tob&cco. Aleo, a lUfe usortmeut-of Leaf 'l'OO.CCO l xed, Mlld S-moklngt. Granulated af all br1llld:r, Tul'k!sb, CODltant&y Oil AU.CL auc.rl.h{lht.,0Blrd'a.l!iye." _,,, Snnfl' .. -Roae sc ented M accoboy, French Rappee, Con-s:9" \N'l.lont,,-t>rfl.6rprom;pf11!afttmdld to, DISCOUNT. a.4 & .:. Y., oods Wa.rranted Ordero Promptly Executed. ---40_65 No. 79 GBAVlEIHSTDE'l'. NEW-Om.Eus. 66 Bcb.leswlg. H olstcin, I Union, Army 1 Turklllh Smoldng.Tobaccco. Fq.ugb a Da.llagh. ( Cor. Fletcher-street,) A 77 "' ;, / TOBA.000 ___ .... T If ..,..._ P. & G. LORILLARD,TOBAOOO & SNUFF MANOFAO'l'OBR88 Century Chewing, Ros e Leaf Brand Cfiewing, Brand Chewing ,. Siesta Brand Smoking, Eureka Brand Smoking. Genuine Maccoboy Snuff, snuff, High Toast Scotch Snuff, Fr. enc h Coarse Rappee Snuif, Irish H igh Toast Snuff. ... The Trade are invited to examine the CENTURY BRAND CHEWING, which will be found equal to any now produced. Please send for C irc ular. 16, 18 & 20 CHAMBERS ST,, NEW-YORK. Tu. H Vf.TTJ:RL'EI"S. A. MaAR!:R. THEO. J. VrITJ:P.LliJN, n. T v l!:TTxa1.EIK L Al>P1..EBY'S SON, MA..XUi'ACTU1"ER OF TBll: CELEBRATED. llililroad Mills Snnff s, 133 WATER-STREET. 29-81 NEW'I"OBK. LiNDHEIM BROS. & CO .... Tobacco J CJ.GARS ... AND I MPORTJ;rts OF .... lleerschnun 11 Wood Pipes, nnd all Articles 21l Co_urtlandt-strcet, (I'\ e a r B r oadw a y ) A. LINDHF.D(. M. FALK. M. LINDIIEill. lJr DiWo t of H WilklllS &; Co.'s Tobacco Works1 Baltimore, Md. 84 E. ROSENWALD & BROTHER, DlPOlll'KRS AND :H.ANUJ' A.CTURERS O All Kinds Havana and Domestic A.ND DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, 146 Water-street, (l(ur lla1denlan e1 ) NEWYOBK. M. & E. SALOMON, 1\0'0RTERB 0, Havana Segars, LE.AF TOBACCO, #1st JIU. 173 l'EARL-STREET, NE'WYORK, 212 & BON, "" llff'O JlTERS OF Segars and Tobacco. .u.1#:>, MANUFACTURER OF SEGARS AND Dealers in Leaf Tobacco, 258 Pearl Street, 1near Fulton, 116 N 0W"' '\fort.. J. C. SEAMAN &.. CO., M A>;"UF ACTURERS 011 HAVAN' A AND .ALL KINDS OF FINE DOMESTIC SEGARS Our Brand: PRO GLORIA ET PATRIA. And othe r Fine Brands coDstnnil y on h and f9r immediate u se. 191 OHAJIBERB-STREET sg..na Betweem, Washington. a1k'.t Wut.strttt. MOSS & FALK. SEG-.AB..S, \ b () 'LEAF TOBACCO, NO. 7 BURLINGSLIP, (li'not o f New-York. R. S. LATORRE, lM'POBUR OF -ro BAO c 0 LEAF; Havana Segars etc., 15 7 Pearl Street, cor, Ceda.r No .71 St., 11.ear Grand ,,.St., Established 1850. D&LLD-11: E. M. CRAWFORD & CO .. UIPORTER8 AND DEALllllS ni A.LL DNDS 01' I. LEAF, 121 and 123 Front Street E ll. CR.&wroR, l D. FIBRY1 JR. f 1426 NEWYORK. HOLLANDER, FLEISHER & C0,1 D e al ers in .all klnds of .Al!o, :u::d Man ufacLnl'e r e of FINE CIGARS,, 142 WATER-STRE ET, LoUIB HOLLANDEB1 ,_'i f B. B FLa1SBER, li)'W"' ![ Qi;'1\.. B. Bou..uma. 29-60 C. & 1\1. BONDY, IVJTOL ESA J,K Leaf Tobacco, P i p 'esj AND ALL OTRER S M OKERS' lRTICLEB. DOMESTIC AND H A V A N A SEG,.,RS 358 Bowery ne a r 4ths t. Gl JOHN L. DEEN, DEA.Lim IN FOREICN AND DOMESTIC LE.AF TOBACCO. Connecticut SeedLeaf of my own Packlnl!' 'l'S W'ate Street, 27-62 ALEXANDER MARCUS, DEALER IM I-!avana and Domestic J. N. KNOOP, mPt: 1.. R. g. Wholes! dcoler In ll kind o f c I G A R s LEAF TOBACCO, 81-88 DOMESTIO AND .ff 91i' h Also L. BERINGER &:'co., a-ta 11 w n attn, Clay PIPltS. All' THE OLU STAND, 84-00 131 BOWERY, N. Y, s Agenl ''A. Schul & Co. cileb;ntcd Snuff -eiars, Pln[ aoo: Leaf Tobacco, CHARLES SEITZ, [No; 148 WATE&1STREET, Pipes.and Fancy Articles, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Nos. 37 and 39 Bowery, (S11coes sor to Seltz .t; Oo. )1 New-:ro.rk. NEWYORlt. I VETTERLEIN & c 0., [, DElLER IN SW" ALL ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. 80-SG OSCAR H. LE.AR, PHILADELPHIA, PA.,. COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN LEAF MANUFACTURED ToBACC0 Domestic ;ind Segars. UNITEB MATES BoNDED WAREHOUSE. Consignors can forward their stocks without prepaying the government tax. RITTENHOFF'S IMPROVED I .... ----Apply .at the Office, 64 CEDAR : STREET, opposite the Post-office, Ne w-York. MANUFACTURED BY0 ...__\ J.M. EN ABLE. & c o., PETERSBURC, YA. Aleo, Manufacturers of Superfor "Maccoboy," Rappee," and other Snuffs. Chew. Ing and Smoking Tobaccos of every grade. \ JOSBPB BALL, Segar Manufacturer, 76 Barclayatreet: N. "f A largo assortmen\ of CHOICE SEIARS, READY FOR IlllMEDlATE USE, BALTIMOflE TOBACCO WORKS F. w. BECK suooxssons TO WM. H. GOODWIN & CO., llA..NtTF.AOTVUliS Oil' il'l:lilli:-COr I Tobacco, Snuff-& Cigars, J.KD DIJ.LZBS IN .ALL ltIJ\DS or littf mdt jlug o.bac.co, 207 & 209 W.4.TERST., --1 LEAF TOBACCO A.ND SEGARS, (84-60) 381:2 Pearl-street. P. flCPOllrD A.SD DE.lLER IN ALL XISDS OJ' Leaf Tobacco & Cigars, l95 PEARL STREET, New-York. 'Virginia Leaf and Manufactured T obai:coe, on consign. .. ent, conatantly on han d. 80-4'J TISCHER & NEIHEISPrL; I mpo rters and Dealers in nil ld.nd1 o! HAVANA &. DOMESTIC Jtaf -IB .i. tL. 14 1 Hl William Street. 111' A.NTTF. A !J'l'TJRER A.ND DJU.L.llA -26 DOMESTIC SEGARS. 96 B. HESS, 195 W HOJ.1':$.1..LJI: DBALKR Ill Connecticut Seed-Leaf Tobacco, Havana AND Domestic S .egars, 19 5 Pearl-st., ;upsta1,,, 1 near lltaidea-lane, M !\TEW-YORK. c Cuiinwre & Co., FINE CIGARS, BS-Ill SIMON SALOMON, IMPORTED D OMESTld PAiltlY.SCff 1 & LAMBE, HALDI! DI Foreign and 1Dometic Leaf Tobacco, 45 LlllDTY-STREET, M'. PJ.1JLD'8CH,} A.G.LuGL 28-40 NEWYORK. TACKMANN & COLELL, I Importers of and Wholesale Dealers 1n Havana & Domestic LEAF TOBACCOS, 5 Plattstreet, near Pearl, 29-81 NEW-YOR)C. 100 Boxes French SnuJr on hand. IIcREADY & X:UBN, Wboleoa!e de&lera IA all ldnd1 or l!U.NUPACTUBED TO'BACCO. Bowery, NEW-YORK. M. METZGER, Ueal e r in o.ll kinds ot l<' ordgn nnd D omes ti c BEG.ARB,. 178-t WATER-STREE'l', NEW YORK. 2 1 9 10SEPH.._S E I .!GSBERG DA T'ID LEVY LEVY & SELIGSBERG; IR Connecticut Seed-leaf, AND IMI'ORTEJ!.B OF HAVANA TOBACCo. 246 Pearl Str.eet, Nl!WYOBK, OI F ELIX MIRANDA, Illl'ORTER o r Havana Leaf Tobacco, IDS PEARLSTREET, NEWYORK, A.ND MANIJFJ.CT UltER or THE BRA.ND OF 1!1GABS, RITICA, 1'7-69 In Havana. REISMANN & KAPPES, Dealers & Commission MERCHANTS. IT9 rcarJ st., bet. Pill and etdar-su., 'N'E:'WYORK. J.M. MAYORGA, Havana Leaf Tobacco, ., U":"CEDARSTREET, 18-80 NEW-YORK. BARllER &. DUNLOP, DE ALER S IN L "EAF. TOBACCO AND M.iliUl'ACTUREBB OF SEG-.A.R.S., 348 Pearl Street, }. .ALL KINDS OF SEGARS MANUF AOTURED TO OhDER. 27-39 LEE BROTHERS, UlPORT8R.S A.SD lUNUFACTOB&JtS OJ' BEG-.A.R.B, \....... A..'l'D WllOLES.illl: Dl!:A.Li:It S ts LEAF TOBACCO, 269 l'earl-streot, NEWYORK. .T. L. GASSERT & BROTHER, DEJ.LDS IN SE KINDS OF Leaf Tobacco LEAF TOBACCO, 198 Pearl-Street, 157 BOF."ERY, U-62 NEW-YORK, IMPORT U .L" D DEA.Lll:n Jlii Meersclianm, Briar, Wood, (various kinds,) IniliaRubbe r 1 Ohlna, ancl Lavn Pipes. En[lish, Scotch, French, and German CL.A. Y-:E':C:E'ES. Segar T ulles, Ponehcs, Ditto Bags anil Dom.' PIPE STEMS, And a. l'a.rge variety of fancy a.rticles appertain ing to the tobacco trade 1lKl'Q T Ji'OR S!J!'XER PIPES AND KOSSUTH BOWLS, No. 90 Street. NEWYORK. ----------- & POGGE NBU RG, nrPOILTERl: OF Meerschaum and Briar Pipes, .ilfD ALL SORTS 01' CL.A"''" P:J:PES "1Dll$0RAUM Allll Ar.tnu tt:CAR TUBES. Segar Casee, Tobacco Boxes, Mateo Saf es, Tobacco r Pouches, Pipo Ste1ns, A.ND .J.. COlfPLETX STOCK. oi. TOBACCONISTS' ARTICLES, 45 Liberty Street, (np st airs,) 1 FBED. Wx. LoR, f NEW Y O '"'K 11'. P OGGKllm:RO M Q, Portraits -cul on Pipes, Names Sbleld B etc., et<:.1 to order. The finest CARVED PIPES in t hi.a country constantly cm hand at. trade prices. Repair i ng, b o ilin g moubtlng, ete done ln the best Hyle. Arnbers of all kinds No .. 6 John-street, One heuae rrom Broadway. M. DEMUTH & CO., AND XANUJ'ACITURERS OP 116 Meerschaum and Brin.r PIBES,, SMOKING TOBACCOS, SHOW ETC., 28 anU 30 Liberty Street KAUFMANN BROS. & BONDY JllPO DTER8 O F FINE MEERSCHAUM AND BRIAR P I PES. JICeeraehattm Tubes, China, and ll""oOfh. n Pipea1 Segar Tobaoe-0 Jt;u(Jbe1 and :I'ol1acco I,ouche.s, 11/at c h Saj'e81 &c., d:c., &c. .&:YD D.111.&l.BRS IN 'li'@l:M\(';;QQI, A.ND ..&.LL OTIIER SMOKERS' ARTICLES, 1;1 IYIAIDE:V LANE, (Up Stalr,. @ 07 e NEWYOllK. BOIKEN '&. SIEFKES IldPORT.i R S 011' Meerschaum & Briarwood PIP E S. 57 MAIDEN LANE, NEW-YORK. 5 7 CITY OF NEW-YORK Seed-Lea f Tobacco Inspection. W .A.REHOUS E S .Nos. 37 39 74 76, e.nd 78 Grcenwic).l S t r eet, and 92 Ba.relay Stree t. fobacco Inspecte d or Samplecl Certificates gh,en f o r e v e r. Y case, :1ni.l d e liverPd case by case, to numbe r of cel't i fic:tt e. Storage labor the l owest r a tOf' N B -.:-1 s ample ; n m1J1 l i;tnreic. F. C.,LINDE, 8 eeq,,.Lea.F To baccol n s p ect o t ..&.r\D WAREHOUSEMAN. H.-!6 OIRoe, 76 Greenll' ich Street. GEORGE WICKE, SEGAR BOXES, (Superior Make & Prime Quality,) OF CEDAR WOOD/ No. 26 Willett treet, 'NEWYORIC :

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\ .. TU 13 .A d d 0 ":, J cw. York & Virginia StealnslliD Gomvan Y H ,\ llVEYS & J SIGNOR & CO G.GJUJ<. hl!l..-GIESD & N'IEIU.NN, CRANE LjEUD.EOKEB. & BB.O&, llUNUl'AOTl1RDS o ALL KINDS o TBE oi.UNB, FRO)[ PllR 21, N. :B.., FOOT OF FULTON-STREET, } l 1 J ( J J ci JJ t 1 & Richmond. Uary & 13th St.a., Richmond, Va., GENERAL Gaowne '.uro DliLXBll n .Seed-leaf Tobacco Queen Oity Tobacco Wi omce aucl Bale1room 1 13. 0 Reade-Street, NewYor OEL:ElE!Fl.A!I'ED BRIGHT vVORK IJhew:ing Tobacco, -Jl'O. 77 NORTH LEVEE, : J J l}: \ ( I I l j \ I l ) i' Rl(IlMC?tiD, Goodl ta and from all parts of Virginia, Norlh Carolina, forwarded by the Com.pany1i!I Agent.I free of commlsslon. ., 48-tf B. M. BROwN, Manufacturer, AND WllOLl'.S.A.LE: DE.i.LE.R IN FIME SEGA.BS.11 Crandstreet, 84-86 BROOKLYN. E. D. .&.SD .&.QKNT8 FOR SALE OP "' llAlftl!'AOTtraED AllJll LEAF TOBACCO. E4.8T RAJtTFORD, CONN. Tobczuot purchaald on. Oomm"8Wn. Conslgomell&I of Mercba.ndlle sollctted. W-All or.d.ers attended .to with di.apQ.tob, .&.. I'. RARVR. J:XO. D. HARV.ET. .IMO. B'. WILLUJIL BlOR.LBD PlLJWITO.K. lL T. J'I.LD!lftO!I. R. & E.T. PU.KINTON, Specla.1 attentifnl. paid to iht II.lo of Lear and Manufac.. tured Tdba.cco, &Dd Produce generally. E.T. PILXINTON1 Mui.ufactunr of all kinda of '\1rglpl& Plag Tobaeco. 48 Main St., under St. Charles Hotel, BIV.Hlll0l'llD1 VA. TD. D SU.L .... O. 1.EIGB', .705. P. l!WOKDIL -NEAL, LEIGH & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS J', H. FJTJ.EY & CO., PACKERS & DEALERS -. Fine Connecticut SeedLeaf Tobacco, 1. B'.JllU1'1 } o. 11umu.11, BLOOMFIELD, CONN. 'I'. e .1DoKB. 21 r BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. FISHER & CO., 61 F. Commission F. STOLTZ, ealerin Tobaoon Tobacco Cor. of Cary & Sts., 23 CENTRAL 1VJIARF, Deutnn,....., er"Le&t'l'ol>acco ImpOJWloaodDomeotteSeg...,.ohU 82-M RICHllOND, VA. P'.&il'CII! Flse:D, on &a,d1 f11J for sale at the JoweK auh 1s-!5 BOSTON. AND o .-.. j;j 1 PETERSBURG ADVERTISEMENTS. N M. WILSON, ns.... 61 B. JiL R. A. YOUNG & BRO., & 1orwurdiug CLARK BREWER & soNs, B p p CO Leaf&11attiitt.Otured Toba.ooo, (HEWm' t C2N8a/U. COMMl88lON llERCRANT, mmon ... ........ "' 'MA U 'J I TOB.&OOOS. MERCHANTS, Over First National Bank, 13th St., f;iours .'iJ! aria '1'-oGu.cco L _CJ IC! Tu I GENERAL DEPOT 1"0R Attend to pu"'h ... and we of Virginia and North .J f w ear and omo lDg 0 accos, LORILLARD'S SNUFF .. TO,SAOOO, 1 Put up In stylff to auit the trade. ... v.. Manufaeto....,, and Smoklog Tobaecc,.,nd Uouo"';i 1 14 SOUTH SEGARS PIPES ETC Mo 003 Chestnut-st 49 )(a.in.Street, OincinDati .. --;- ucogen,.ally. WillmaklluaalllaM.4d........,..,eoocm .m.AAAAA."'D .....,. '1 r HI '' I Referio ........ J08unM.t.oTaHows,NewYorkiB.taD1 tobeaotilhereorshlP!'edtotbeNort"or.Jru1"'"''1& Oo -J..LBO- PHILADELP A. Kitchell, Tevil 4t "A 07 ..,.ftrth Third & G1JT11>P, NewYork; n ....... WW.UllO, Blchmond, ti-oollelted. ,. S2-1!8 1 3-28 BOSTON Commlulon MOJ'Oluiatl for Slile of Same, Alao, Bole Agents for Century brand. t>n !"'!1 .. ... v .. ; T T. BROOl!S, Pr""ldenL MerehanLe' Nat.IOI>! Bank; --' 92 LOVBARD A. K WATE ... ST., hand, quantti:r. of old Connootlcut. sel9o& Vi s,;. BROKER', Olllce 1t'ilh Mr. A. G. MclI.wtn, Sr., No. 79 B:roamore-atreet, .. s. ... x y I b, n s ., & REED n.m. GEO. T. WATERMAN, AL "'., """' fl J E VENABLE & CO .p 11 Baltimore, Jld. E.L ... '''l,...T. saWYAN A 8,.RQ= No.;, G. .. &EGAR.Si,. Tobacco Factors Commission. Merchants hlli, Commission Merchant LEAF TOBACCO, .. nd ..... L .. eaf T -oba.c"o, LEAFAndDea.1T"'o1.nn.UBkAlndc o r CO, FOR TBE B.AI.E AND PuncnASK OF Branch No. 11 Bridge St Richmond. V FOR TilE SALE OF V nfi tnMd lllnl. d s Ii Leafand red Tobacc' o Buy and .. on co ALL KINDS MANUFACTURED TOBACCO ; Ii 111uill:CO an eaars, 201 N 01-th Keep eonLllolly ... hand the i.....-Stock or Ma 0 Ii mlnlou. to arranglqs tile__ln,terual Ta 15 CENTRAL "WHARF, PHILA..DBLPHfA.. and Owen Cot1Dty and Redrled OuUlu1 Leaf ln Vie We:, AND coTTON. onu .. ,-OJ mns ,,,. THI rn. O> W AREHO E, Central We.rehouse, PETERB:Bu:RG, Va" 14 CENTRAL WHARF.I No. 27 South Gay-street, Manufactured &LeafTobacco, Nos.100, 102, 104 West Front St,, will pay hla penooal attonUon to th purchue of all lbe llt or July, d wll'bo teadllb md.e oo"'""'"'"" 39_04 BLl.\.'l>I. Zouve.1nd other branrb. I Ui Mound City Tobacco Works. D.OA'l'LIN. M..UHJJ.AOTURKR 01<" J.J,.L DESCRIPTIONS Fine-Cut, Chewing, & Smoking Tobacco, Killickinick, etc., No. l.9"Nrth. Second S1reet, ITS ST LOUIS, lllO. G. r. UJ..Tcrf. No. 166 lf. Secondt., cor. Green.st., S. A. GRANTHAM & CO.., 191 sr. 'Lours. Com. .. ll:.. T b 0 d--Fil_l_d_fi __ miSSlon o acco r ers e or a m s o MBR.OB.Al\TTS Manufactured and Leaf 1r111. 8-nd st., bet. P11Le "ouve, TOBACCO ST. LOUIS, MO. B. BOOTH, LOtllSVIU.E ADVERTISEMENTS. 15 N'ORTll SECOND ST,, w.wATKINS,. 19 St. Louis. Mo. P. 0 BOX 56 .G, LOUISVJLLE, lillNTUCK\', EDWARD F. MULLEN, BUOCl!llSOR TO T. k MULLJ<:N, Gouoreial and Broker. T 0 b a cc 0 De a I er, Special atlention paid to lllllng ordere lbr TOlll>.C BO. 0164 J!ORTK llAilf BTREET r .co, LK.U' JLUIUPACTUBED. 7 i 9 SAINT LOUIS, 110., wm keep a oonsl.ant. sup11ly o r All Des1'ripti AND MANUll'J.CTURERS OF CEEWI1'G AlfD S]l(OKilfG TOEACCO, No. 113 Main Street, LYNCllDUHG, VA, :McIVER. & BURCH, 70 Main St., Lynchburg, Va., TOBACCO JTACTORS .il!D Leaf and Manafaetured Tobacco bought.and solJ on Commlsalon. Orders sollclted. Good and lnri;e st-0ct1 o f Virginia Manutactured Tobacco on hand. 82-t.!i .JOHN H. TYREE & CO. Lynchburg, Va., Commission Merchants lfor the Purchase and Sale or nu.cl Uioltatt.o, 13 TDJB -ALSOLeaf. Tobacco 7Tind 79 Asylum-street, 1\?-64 .HARTFORD, CONN. ESSJIAN & HAAS JllUlTHERS,1 DEALERS JN CONNECTICUT Seed leaf Toba.cco; AND K.lNUFA.CTUilERS Oi' C .;B, S : L. ll. IIA&s, P. D. BAAB, ti. HARTFORD, CONN M. ll. HAAB. _., Branch-HAAS & CO., Lea:venworth, Kan. 12-61 D. W. KING, AGENT, Tobart:t1:0s 164 STATE StlltEET, Hartford, Conn. H. & Z. K. PEASE, DEil.ERS IY CONNECTICUT Seed-leaf Tobacco, nnd Statestl'eet, HARTFORD, CONN. FARNHAM & BARNES, PACED& .ill'D DliL'UlS Ill Fine Conn. Seed-Leaf TOD.ACCO, I MOORE, JONES & MILLER, No. 23a state-street, @;ouuuisslou n H&BTPoan, coNN. AOZNTS 1"0B BROWN & ZWEYGART!l', JI. ll00BE' 8 CELEJIBATED KILLICKINICK 11: D .. LERS IN GARIBAIDI SllOKilfG TOBACCOS. L af T b DEALERS IN GUANOS AND FERTILIZERS. e 0 acco.9 No. 147 Main St., Lynchburg, Va. All orden for Leaf, Bmolillll', or Manufactured Tobacco promptly &ttended. to. 82-[&$ RICHMOND ADVERTISEMENTS. R. H, DIBRELL, For the Sale nnd PW'cbase of LEAF & MANUFACTUBED TOBACCO, Ealabllllhed 1844, Anderson's cor. 8th & Canal Sts., RICJl)(OND, VA. WALTER K. :MARTIN & CO., (Formerly N. M. Milrm, So & Co.,) .. lilst&blished 1846. TOBACCO _'1Jtrchauts l'or I.he Sale a.nd Purchue or LeuJ' Tobacco. Shockoe warehouse, Richmond, Va. Btc:eln &l.W'D1 the t!ned 1electlon1 from th1 of N""'4 YS:?d:OXING,, moltattOt ANi;:> SNUFF" -_.....,_ Importers of and Dealers In Cigars, Pipes, Snutl'-bo,xes, etc., NO. 28 BARRE:STREET, :B&l.tlmore, Md. a;F'DBPO.T-with GArr, Ax & Kucm.n, Noe.118 &14d 1'75 New-York. 11-tll W. CENERAL Corrpnission Merchant, UD '.l'ODA.CCO FA.V'.l'OB, No. 90 Lombard-street, (One aoo\-west ot-hcti.11nge-place1 ) BALTIMORE, MD. lJberal made On eonilmmeota to mt addreu. -., fi Ww. rt MnRS. n. L. llTD&, W:W: ..H. MYERS & BRO., MANUFACTUllERSofSEGABS .!._XD'-li'.!l'Or.11:s. u DIALERS tl'f Foreiim and nomestio .Leaf AND SEGARS; .U.SO, ,j.Ql:NT8 n>a TD OJ' MAN U FACT U RED T 0 BA C C 0, No. 147 W. Pratt-itreet, 29-81 BAt.TllllOllf; HD. I .; FEBGUSOJJ, &BJIBDl'G & 00., f!!rtar au4 ,,.,..., flfo.o SMOKEllS' ETC., :lro. 61 Clay-etreet, DALTll!IOBB. BECKBB. 4t nos.' Wholet&l.t Dlalen ln all kindl of LEAF TOBACCO, j "-liD 94 Lomba.rd-Sweet, (near Light,) Constanlly OU hand a Iarp quantity or Connecticut a.nd Havana TobaccOI. 88 "JOSEPH SCHROEDE& Jobber and Wholesale Dealer In Leaf, Manufactured 81 EXCHANGE !'"LACE, Third door of &Utlr St., ;Bd:.'.EMOaE. Lea! Tobe.ooo reoeivr;aa Oommisnma. ISi! PHILADELPHIA ADVERTISEMENTS. illTllUDRAOBN. HAGEN, BuYD & vO., M.A.NUJ':.rdl'URERS OJ' &EG4RM AN D WEIOLES.U,JO &ALda lJ( .,. JI' o. 3 North Water Street, ...... '" 41-60 DO:rfESTIC AND SPANISH M'CAMMON & co., _LEAF TOBACOO, m'8B.li:@@8 I SMOKINC TOBACCOS, Commission Merchants, ... '"""""" 0 i LEAF ADD iiA'Nor.Aorum TO:BA. 10. MEERSCHAUM AND BRIAR PIPES Q0 .tlO. 82 WEST SECOND STUET; & 38 N. Delaware-are. 42-G"l CINCINNATI. D. o. M'OAIDION, PHILADELPIDA A.. J. JJUCJ!Dt0.fds'jj j 1. P IPDCl!l. T, K. L H. OOLr1s DONDED WAREHOUSE. Oon SPENCE BROTHERS &, CO., llpors can forward their Slocky "Hf BOND,11 wltholit pre MA.!for4 crUKXU 0 ,. paying the Government Tax. t>i Flue-cut Chewing and Smoking FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Leaf, SNUFF, SEGARS, ETC., Jroa. 474 and 503 N. Second-st., 11S3 and 155 Noble-st., PJl:ILADELPHIA Agent for GAIL it A.K's Tobi.coo anti SnnJt II DULY.RS UI Plug Tobacco, Snuffs & Cigars No, &l East Third Streetr ()I.Jr'CI.K.;t'.'/TI, OHIO. 208 BOD MANN'S lnspection&Leaf.Tubacco W arehoue SMITH BROTHERS, SEGAR MANUFACTURERS DZ.LI.EM ut Nos. 57 59, Gl, & 63 Front & 62 64, & 68 W a.tar bet. Vine & W a.lnnt Streets, DAILY SAL"ES ;a,. AUOTION ilD l' PRIVATll SAJ.E 01 VIRGINIA, KENTUCKY, INDIANA, MJSSOO'RC AND ORIO TOBACCOS. SEGARS AND TOBACCO, 38-58 No. 121 Nor th Third Street, PHJLADELPHIA. D. HIEATT, OHAS BODM.A.NN, Inspector. Proprlotora Leaf & Manufactured Tobacco, J. RINALDO SANK & co., Farmers' Agents for the hie of Con commission Mero.ban ts CASEY, NOONAN & CO., Cqmm1ss1oi1 ma Tirt MLll or MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, 20 Vino-street, Ja..mes B. 0.tey, Joo. J Noon,n, CINCINNA"(I W.& Y...... 20:-i peoticut Seed-Lear Tfbaooo, J.EAF 4 MANUFACTURED TOBACCO. 61 North; .... o. 31 N. W a ter-st., and No. 30 Internal Revenue BonM. fmiale 1 RINALDO DI f tlpon can forward their Stocka "1:Y eol\D111 wltbi:fut f>re-SAMUEL VIRDEN, c TOBAOOO, llBlll', COTTON, WOOL, UAll, GRAINS llIGKWDES, And Wetter: a.nd &uthern Prod11ce 1enerally. No. 62 Street, Olive and Locual ST. LOUIS. J. W. BOOTH & SONS, Tobacco .t General Prodm :e Commission J.1,e,chants, Now. 133 & I3a N. St., L Jameo w Booth, ST .'.LotHS, MO. John N. Booth, Th oma. Boolh, m Ptn.a. Wll .F. O'IT1L PULS & O...TTE, Manufacturers of al l kiurts of T o B .AO C 0, .&'ND DE.lLF.RB ur @igars, Soul!', Pipts, and Sl!loling Tobacro, llfo.106 Third-at, bet. Vine;, Locuat ST. LOtllS, 111:0. N ee Our principal Brands 9 l u kl Leaf; atm'al J,ea.f, 9 h1., Banana. Fig; Ca't'endlsh, C ln.; Es lalor1 half bright, 12 iq, JBS LEOP. DIPOBTR:R, MUl'UJ'AOTUREIR .urn J?f Havana, and Domestic C 1 -(l AR S, Tobacco, Snutr., Pipes, etc:, NO. 69 CHESTNUT.STREET, P' ST. LOUIS, l!IO. All ordeni for rna.nuf3cturlng special 1.irunch ol clgar1 omptly attended to. 1S2 r C. & R. DORMITZER & CO., WU:OLal.lI.11 DIU. L ERll Ill ,,..,. :=h. PHILADELPHIA. ,. --UlOTEOSl'ATES BONDE[) WAltti:HOUSK. Gon rst Col e,::uon .() 1rkli l.li.fl Government Tax. l)r U4...,.., o. OOLDSXITIL TOBA: OOURTNEY & SON JHCI & GOLDSMITH, Leaf Tobacco & Cigars, GeneralCommiMerohants, TOBACC. Q Havana &Man:u-smoklns & c11cw1ns Tobaceo, ,, [Established In 1837.] CHAS. D. DE FORD & CO., 37 SOUTH GA.Y-ST., BALTIMORE, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 39 North .lNll of Domestic Ci and All Ji.Jada o1' Smoken GE'ID!D l I 0011111881011 IERCHANms twus-JN fKX!IOH, INGLISlf, AND fu'IDsn Al'delea, C M YER. llPlA.ll tlUllm 11 1 I .JI kl Artl I 120 N..-th Second St., near V:lne St,, lfo. 11 South Front Street, ... 8 ."!.gFift dcsletbs,51 rr BT Loww 1 C o MM 1ss1ou.. MEICH NT :PHILADEL:PHIA, :PA .., ... ..._, .... I reets, o. n .l.!:o, 85 Sou1h Gay se., DaUlmoro,, lTid. ll08 Ol:NOINNATI. .LIQQ... DDTD-.ro& TBJI Ull (Q' Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco, -.... .....,...,.0. RO-...... d... GEO. HAFER & co., LIGGETT & DArrs:.rAN, c1GARs, PIPEs, ETc., A. & R. Armstrong, DMUDDeYr,c\ants, ST No. 62 Nori;;I '6=.u.. TOBACJCO U ti II CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. JNO l UTC8'LL. """"'""'" WM. ........ COMMISSION MERCHANTS MIJCHELL, "fftlS .I, CO,, No. 51 South Front Street, or Ill PHILADELPHJA SE GA.RS, _____ ___ AND 'VHOLESALX DJllkLDS Of A.Lf. l:UfDB O Manufactured Tobacco, And Sole Agept s for BARNH,&RBBNACO.'IQ11EXN !,. u ell u"llerchalidlae generally. 13a N iooN..,_..._ 1!. W&tt. .t Oo., .Feoar!Ch Bros., L. M:"l!eebe, D.,h7 It ..-.. ,., .,. ...... en ...... l f! 4 "lOdsit-1.l Orders for the of .Lea.f Tobaoce, llERSOIE!i'Jt'&iilin promptl;r a.nd carefnll;y executed. AND ALL SMOKERS' : A!V1'1CLES, 1118 Weat .;.... street, .-!Wilft'l.IDTIU.,.,, 1 Cll'llVINNA.TI, OHIO. IOT -CINCINNATI. Cor. Sixth-st. &. 192 BT. LOUIS, MO. .' RHODlTS, "ntha1t, No. 27 North Second Street, SAINT LOUIS. Co. Bo the 1 R. Krau .t Oo.., L. KCllttrray .t Oo J..,owera & Y-'.Yu BCBBou:, } PHILADELPHIA. & Scht'mllng, 168 PsrHtreet; 80L91lN 1llOB&l)IL 87 a. mw 111.'L&.D'IHIUll'., I. L. aotl*TB. 1. T.1oanos. QonalG"nmenta of Tobacco solicited, and orders to1 pwordl Thant & Co., H WateM&rett. Kew-York. lT --===='-'-:'..!--------purchue of T(lb&cco promptly atten N. seconds., bot. Oli:Yo "'ocW1' Plllf, Lear, Smoking Toba.cco1 i Dome1Uc: and. BITIDA VINCinli."fl. AQ O> 1.N u Da... 11 Cllprifornle1 EiA_CCO l.Otntbisf.lif11U I 1)3 Jiain, bet an.ii Fifth, I:011IsVIJ;LE. KY. A KlllUl.iCTURIUli OF &YUY snu: ilD D.ISCRIPIJOlf OJ' PLUG TOBACGO, 141 & 143 Thlrd .. treet, Louisville, Xy. Washlugton Potmd; Perry do. ; Decatur do.; perlor do.;. Black Ra.w k do, ; Paul Jones do. i Primrose Hone y D ew, do.; Aromatic Long Tena; SUperlor, do.; Fruita and Flower, Navy Half Pcand11.. BEN. S. BOAD, Tobacco Broker, LOUISVILLE, KY. Or.Jen 1.eaf sollclted anW>t:owptly" tilled BEJ'l!HtJllfCES: If! P h e lps. Cnltlwcll -' C'o Lot11avlll e u ltonn.ld & Bro., Nlnthslree' 11 Andre'l'f Graham, K f ; Jas. 1'. Edmond=i Louis Tille, Ky; 1Geo. W. lfirks Louiisvllle, Ky. ; Sooddy '.t How ard, New'fi o rk; Murrell, Caruth & Co. NewY(J!'k 1 84 MAYER BROTHERS, SEGARS, All Kinde of Smokers' Articles, SCH !'IFTHBT.1 l!IEAR llAiliST.1 1'1-il Louisville, Ky. ___ ..; J