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

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I Co]lJ[lJ}{ICA.TIOl\15 from onr roRder5, containing itema or tobacco news, or views on topics ot illterest to the trade, nch as the crops and markets, methode fl eulture &nd cnrlng, prooessee of JD&Dut&ctule, DeW lmM plcmcnts &lld machinery, etc., etc., will at all -be welcome. _, .. ... Cadaao..a on 1 Dwnon"o H. D., GietelmaD, J. H., 108 autlon. .... F ,A, i !Jro,jSih.\\d :1815 D oodwm, W. II. 1: Oo. '!lOO a Ball Joaeph, 71 Barcla:r. Barlt:or.ao John A.. lia-Pe&rl. fllrleb Roy\, Tbornu 1:: w., lU. Peart Kellner, L.; 91 WtUUuh. Llllenthal, o; IL, 217:219, &Dd 2tl Locldl.' IJ Sm.Ub, 1 U J'ulton. Lorillari, l' 16 lS ...,_ 20 Ob4all>en. .M'Alpln,..D.li i: Co.,'lli', "fT, and"nf Avenue D. lllck.le A.JL.ok Sons, 86.Dr0adway. G.li,ssi'e.,l. Mou & Falk, -7 urU.Og-allp,;l N1:!ude<:lker & Bros., 92'Water. Purd7i_B. H .... Co., 10 and l'll'ul""'n, 1t.011, B10nW1 & Oo., '206 ud 208 I'Wion, Sambel, 1:7 181 M.aldl:n-lane. Schill Aug. & Oa., 215 .t-211 Grand. Sclleider. Josepb._246 and Schml" .t Storm, 191 Pe.t.tl. Seama.n, J. 0 & Oo., 191 Olt.ambers. D., 8015 Bowel']'. Slra.Uon, John :Beaver Watt., H. H., 76 Bowery. 'W}dtl&m: & IA.wrenee. PearL IliPORTII:RS ANP DJ:.lLI:RS. .Abenbelm, Paulltsch 4 Co. Liberty & PearL 0.11: UO.ery. l"'aher A: 68 Cedar, Heas, B 19!5 Pe.ltol'l. Knoop, i. N., 181 Bowery N .t 100 Wder. Latorre, R 8., 187 PeaTl, Lee Bro\be11l, '269 Pearl. Ll.ehtensteln Brother&, 34 &lJ.d MJl Bowery. McCaftU., Tolin k Oo .t]-91 Greenwicb. llat'CWi t .Mfxander, l H and 39 Bowery, .Mayer a;. Co., 156 Pront. Ma.yoi'J&, J. M., 14 Qed.u-, McReady .1;: Kubn, 211 Boweq.; llerteas, :r. w., n Elsex. Oatman .t Rel4 16G'W6ter Jl k Broil 145 Waler. Salomon. .M. & E., 1 'l Pear), Salomon & Elldna,143 Wat.u. Selia, Pearl Tag, ChAw. 1'., 1M Fro nt.. Wellbadwr, P., 195 Pearl. lllPO&'lEB.S 011' PJP'ES, STO. Boiluto .t Slef til MIJdeDlane. ,9emu&h, WllHam .tOo. 28 and 80 Llbertr. Kaufmann Broa Bond;, Gl Haldeo-DUM. Lear, Oacar Water. Lobe A l,'ora< 45 Liberty. Neugail, 0., Liberty. Zellw,F. M.,lll Grand. IUNUl.i..CTUURS 01 JOpSCIU.D PIIU. JtaYeqberg A Son, 6 Jotm.. }. IKPOB'RB OJ B.&.V.i..!U. CIG&U, S z hwerln, A. k Co., 61 Broad. LlCQiftCE P.t.STB D&A.LJ.U. IJ'rancla, A P, 101 Wat.. Oom.ez, W&lll5 & Co., 2il .t 81 South Wllllam. Grund, F A Oerero, US Pearl Leama.n, W .t A., 67 Pille. llorri.l, H. M 99 PearL LTCORICB :P0WD&R DU.I.KU. We&n:r: .t Bt.erry, 16 PlAtt. SBEDLEAI' TOBACCO IM'SPKO'nOK, 'Uodt, II 0.., '16 Greenwloh-et.tee\o 'rODAOCO l'B.IS9. Guthrie & d'o., IU.NU.rACTURXRS OJ' ClGJ.R BOXES. Kallenberg,l. Wicke, Wwetktre&L IU.NUI'J.C'I'UR.IR or TOB..lodO ftX.JOU.. Croo)te, J. & Oo .. 88 Crolb:H&tea. .PACKE R OJ' IIIOE.DIQ 'l'O:DA.CCO. IAmgeubiAlh, 0 HS Water A'UCTIOMB:U.S o:r tOB.a.CCO, rtO. i!tllaon & Nicholl, 115 Pearl. B&J;.Tilii:OBB, W .l.UBOUSES. .Beck Hollteln, 61 Boutb Ga.y. -.....-.L.,&Co. De J'ord2 D. k Oo., 8T 8out.b Gay. Gle&ke, LOWs, 16 BouW. Oharlel. Oletke &:: NieD:u&n, T6 South Oharlea. Qgntber, L. W., 90 Lombard. m'O. Dt<*ei k Bros., H Lombard Boleniu, 'G. H., SUMI Weet.Prat\, l'elper, P. W.1 iOand 951 South ClLadtt. Gall,..G. W. i; AX, 28 Myer-,, Wm. H. & BJo.,, Parlttt, B. P .tOo., 9i Lombard. Req"""!t, .. Boo.IISI!oulh Ga;r. a-<01<1, s. .t Co...IO l!oulh Gar. l!ohrOfder, (oa. lllllrlhm&o Wel"i', 27 Soalh G&J". 'lmteus .t Oo.,181 West Prau: ll&OUBB. LeTerktg, D. A Oo., 8 Cbeapdde. 0"1 PIPU, ft(J, ....__,_ a.mtar&Oo., llllli&JaL00111PJELB, JJONN. l'..l.CURB .urn Dl..f.LDI. 7111er, 1. H. A eo. BOSTOllf._ Bradoelt, 11".11. i 0..,.1, O..lnl. BrownJ i Co., 81 and Carruu, II, A 00:, Ill Buol"ee'. 'Brewer Bcms, l&::&oldll.lflrt.et. Oort!.oz, L A. B., 28 Nortb.lrlaU:eL I Daveo.port. J .Jr., lOT PwUue. Dono?Qn, L., hT u.d 40 Battover. Ecklq I .A.. A.,. tg Central Wbrtrf. l"11ber .t: Oo., 28 Central W.barf. l!allllitl A_ .. .._ 6 eo .._ Doftfll & eo.-J. Ch.anfe-ntaut. Bosma.nn 111 'UD!oa ........... w ......... ?.-acao., 13 Oeniral Wbarr "Wbilao7, H. .4., A Oo.Lil __ aaooK. .. -nr. &it.Dj,; r lU.NUJ-ACT1J&IIU. :Brown, B lt, 220 Grt.od "' CJIICJ.A.QO lU.NV.P..l.OTU&DL Jrlllltn & DIUrlcb .. 4T8otlt :WRo&Uellld.A A41er,68 8o18la -w .... II Qo,, eT 1110 It liOUII! "WIIIilro Orazler, John, 119 W&Ler. Jenkln.on, R. A W., 8 Federal; Hecra, 11 Oo., 31St.. CJdr. I'BOVIDENCJE,. H. I. Grant a: Oo., 119 Wgh-fi.rect. HIOH11I:OND, V .& ..... Harn,r1 .t: WUli&DlJ. London D. H. Mao-t!O,'W. K 4._Co. NeaJ:tefr'h A IJO. Pearl, A & Oo. Pllldnton, R .t ll. T. lr' ; ( llf Y. S uggett k 41. ..,_ r 8T, L01)I89 MO. .o.diup. :Woo. r;., Broker :.J. 1 -1 ... Q. Al., on4 61/ll"ounb. Nona s.cood,. 4'-Co-., 88 Nod.h JlA.ieiiaa-Bro\ll.,. A Ct lB& NorJ,b. jecond., 1 A !>Br d 1 HEALD & :M:nx:.ER, TOBACCo Jf0.1'1'8 W ATE ... ftEET, ... VIRIINIA-TOBACCO l I ()I! PRINCE & BACHRACH, .... Plug, Twist, and Fancy. Tobacco .ut0 ..li.I8 ; I omtssi#a No. 34.9 P-rl. ,. U.YOJ'll\\, G-pl., AX & XU @LER, lobacco ahd CQmrnission'House. 1 '13 &: 1711 w &tea! Sirtet;. NEWIOBK.o Llbwal oli!a mado 011 oVIIIIIUI-11'/..fi 800 Pane, belt. quam,., direct. 'tsl'art r tale, In bond or du',T patlf. Ill l ,otl to .all P : L. BRAUNS .t-00.1 8 No. 11 Obeapolda, Jlallbo.,., 1J, J ..... OON, of.1, "W. au.t.., Cl. ao.603, Q. W.&J...KEliQB&, W. D (lu..aJ)!'f D.ll'I'L 00LD. BACON, CLARDY & CO., No. 181 Pear,-Rreet, "New York, ...., ... D, :ROACH k CJO,, ew-Orle&lll, COTTON & TOBACCO FACTORS n UDJDI.lL OOKXIII8IO.If JOJICRAlrTB, Uer toW. P. i.everleb, Prett. BaDk or New-York 1 ;D. S ........... 8o01, Loula't'Ule Ky. ; B. Oubler .-ourlk lJ(UlonaJ. Y i Anderton 4' Wa.&.son, St. Lcnlll, Ho. Bl-108 TH. H. VETTERLEIX & SOBS,. TO B ACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 128 WATERSTREET, VETTERLEIN & CO., 111 PHILADEI.PHIA BONDED "WAREHOUSE. (riR8T DJSTIUll'l'. A. STEIN, Commission 1 97 Duane-street, HIW-T-e.Rlt. .-iiU conftantly on conslg::;meni a large quantlt)' o Collllee... l!iaA...a Olilo lleMIeaCTo Meco, whlch wilt be told. ln qnanUdel to IOU parobuen. Cigar manu(acturera p&l't!Cularl,tavored. 18-88 MURR;EI,L, OARUTH & 00., GBNBB&L mhttluud-. 116 Pearl Street, POllillGN AND DOMES'!IO 1 19 -lllllaiden lane, -. .NEWYORJ!:. 6Dq BALES' OLD QU.Al,IT.Y Jahan mnwas :tOR. S..U.E; IN BOl!ID OR DUTY PAID, .ur I.O:rt ro IIU1T p1J1U!!Ii_,., BY' / ROD1T B. KBLLY &: CO., 84 Beaver-street. NO. :"11. 'Bif.OADSTREET, l'IEWYOBK.. ...m--.Dot,.,...., Ia ldiU. .... CVTH It ,t 00 Alao, Importers .,ad ManufllCf:qrers of SECARS; No. 147 Waterstreet, 28-M. THE CITY TOBACCO .AGENCY, I 08 Front G. W. Hillman & Co., : Commission Merchants, .A.ND AGMU.'B l'O;B TlD !!lALli OJ' l"acturcd Tob&cco. For aa.le on liberal terms. ... John G. Havemeyer & Bro.,' TOBA'CCO Coin mission _Merchants;. NO. 17& PEARL-STREET, m JfEWYOBK. IX. XO&TO:R, !'110. 3 BLJ.VQIIfta, I, WJSDOII, NOBJOM, SLAUIHTER & CO.; Tobacco & Cotton Factors, Jolce-1fi. bne .......... ... ......... o.ll!o8 1c. cellt.lmo. 0.00,1(8) AmaWrdlm, Rotterdam, etc.-1:11, florl.a or gufidilr ............. ........ tct.eent .......................... O.llO,, Bremen1rth. rlx !haler ........ . O.'lij)l( 1grt. ......... _. .... : .. 0.01,0(9) RambUJ'i, Lubec, ete.:_ lm. marc; 1>anco. 0.85;0 loch. ochelllng : 0.01!.1 FoBIIIol( W:moll'H.-A ldlogrammo eqnala J.IICM8il 1bo. ; a Bt
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-24@ <2t 1 -so 8 1 -21 -23 .. -2S @ -23 @ -!26@ 81@ DOMESTIC RECEIPTS During the week endmg Feb 6th, 208 hhd s 2061 p)!:gs Constgnments by railroad Vetterlem & Co 'l hhd s Watts, Crane & Co 1 Fabnan & Co 24 ; 0 K Kmg, 9, Arkenburgh & Bryan, 38 1 B C llake r Son & Co, 10 R L Maitland, 80 0 K Kmg & Co, l Bacon, Cla r dy & Co, 1 0 G Egers, 42 C B Fallenstem & Son, l'T; Kl-J>melberg & Co 2 W Agnew & Son 6 P Wilcox & Co 11 Willwns & Gmon, 6 Sawyer, Wallace & Co 2 J Crockett, 3 Kruse & D, 26 De Ford, Thayer & Co, SO pkp, Sulll'fl>.n, Murphy & Co, 6 bhds H.U.eken & PalmO!"e, 16; Mw:roU, Caruth. & Co 21> A Gillendei-& Co 4 ; Sawyer, W a.! lace & Co 37, J C Havemeyor, 34 pkgs. J T Hams. 83 V ar1oue cons1gnees, 80 Frozn Baltimore M. Rader & Son, 1 hhd. ; Oololl & Co, pkgs Cattus & K, 17, J T Barri&, 48, W. P. Ktttredge & Co 82 De Ford, Thayer & Co 28, T. H Vetterlem & 0 Ohio W>thin range of current quotations Inspec bons for the week, 101> hhds Ma.ryland, 1 Ohw, 4 Kemtucky, ani! G Vugin!a-tota.l, 116 mspections smce January 1st, 644 hhds, total sal e s, 1250 hhds Maryland, and 600 Ohio, total s h1pmeiits, 2300 hhds Sh1pments durmg the past week, none. Present stock, 20,944 hbds Quotations r.t an d 10'1-tommoD to best Halt lb8 I { da.Tk) .. (b ool-15 hhds $6150 .London-44 hhds., '18,200. Gkur;O'W-20 hhds., 4784-lbs. mf., t1025; total, ,9231 H4!ta-OO hhds, $7405 .Maraetlla-54 hhds, $18,098 Oad-1983 hbds, $205,4'71 mf., $524; total, $205,995 L.:.Con-20 bbds, $1828 Vecelna-209 hhds., ,44,218; 600 lbs. mf.. $80 ; total, $#,298. BrtUih N. A. Colonm-20 hbds $8498 1 cs *56, total, $3549 Br a $6 85.; 3 &t $10 60 a $14, 4 at $15 50 a $1 'l, 1 'at $36 1 at $. 10 hbds M1ssoun-ll at $8 a $8 60; 1 at *6 05; $13 a $18 25, 4 at ,$13 a $19 ; 2 ati$20 a $21 S&les at Bodmann's, for the week ending Feb 2d, J5 hhdo 60 bxs VlZ 42 hhds. lluon Co -14 at $3 a $6 50, 9 at 1!>7 a $11.2G, 18 at $12 50 a '28 50 SS hhd V1rgima-6 at $4 25 a $5 'To, 15 at $7 a '18, 14 at $14 25 a $51 25 55 bxs Ob1o seed leaf; at $2 50 a 19 50. lW e can report some unprovement m priCes, with a. good demand, at the advunce, for all Jl"adea. New crop of West Vu-g1ma begms to come m, and, although of thm quality, commands full pr1ces "' LODII, Feb. 2d, OnurnoJ small, demand active, -and pr1ces firm Sales to day -1 hbd factory lugs, at $5 2 common sh1ppmg, at $l0 50 a $10 TIS, 8 med1um, at $11 a 75, 1 com mon manufacturmg, at $8 20 6 good manu facturmg, at $18 50 a $23 '75 Bds on 2 hhds. reJected Bboa, Pebruary 3d. Norarno domg ill Leaf. Nanuja ctwred 1s qmet, and sells only m small lots Receipts for the week, 12'7 491 bxs. Exports, 11 hXJ to Port Spam 7 hhds to Surmam, 60 bales, 75 half bales, to Hayti February Sd. LEAP IS qmet at prevwus quotations Penn aylvama seed leaf fillers are quoted at 8c a Uc. do mediUm wrappers at 6c. a Sc do. tine wrappers at 12c a 20c ; C onnecticut ranges from 6jc. a 40c ; Maysvllle lugs at 7tc, do wrappers, 17c a 32c ; Maryland, '7c a 20c CIGAR I'JI.AUDS Il'f RAliTFOJI.D K.NA. 'tES BROUGHT UP WITH A ROUND TUlL"'iPROFESSIONAL BLOCICA.DER J'ROJ< NEW YORB:-SMUGGLING BBOKEM UP THE I LEAF. will, moreover, be e ager to take the cream o f tho cream" at e ven double the prw e The curse of the w orld 1s poor tobacc o It 1 s n o t only deleter10us and a nulSance, but 1t brmgs the dmnc herb" 1tsclf mto unmor1ted d1s grace All honor, therefore, to the men who grew fine tobacco, who ileal m fine tobacco, and who use fine toli&eco TOBACCONISTS 1 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION. OOMMUNIOA.TlON F ROM THE P RE SIDENTTHE R IO RMOND ENQU I R E R AND ".B N O F LO U I S V ILL E OORREOTRD-H.AS TY OON OI.USI ONS O F TUB REVENU E OOliMISS I ON, ETO. WE give a reply to the artiCles on the Tax Questwn," and" Ought the Government to Tax the Leaf Directly ill the Hands of the Produ.cer," which have re cently appeared-In THE ToBAooo LEAF. The former article was fr o m the R o hmond Enqu.rer and the latter was wntten byE Need ham, of Lomsville The followmg commu rucatwn Is from the pen of the Pres1dent of the Tobaccomsts' National Assomatwn and m add1tlon to the attention "!fhlcb the wri ter's position and acknowledged abihty will secnre for It, we would reapectfully bespeak the particular consideratiOn of the ed1tor of theEnqu.rer and of Mr Needham, ill whose artiCles the wuter declares the Tobaccomsts' LO'D'ISVILLE TOBAOCO CO.IfVEJn'ION. LETTER TO TH E U S REVEh"UE COIDIISSION1 ,OPPOSING A TAX o N LEAJ' TODA.CCO, AND 'RECOMME)il)IN G CERTAIN OF:.f'l""!'" THE PRESENT LAWS 1tLATIVE TO TUA.T AR TICLE I ;-r-, -IJO>Lifi""'E ROOMS, NATIONAL TOBACCO CoNVENTION, Onro, lJecwlb e r 21st, 1865 Stat .. DA1:,ID A WELLS, f. Shp!IBN I COLVILLE, S .. S. HAYs, \ 1non, GENTS" Hnmg been d1sappomted In onr expectabon of meeting your body m Louisv1lle, and conferrmg w1th there relative tothe Excise 'Pax, so far u tobacco 18 concerned, and finding 1t 1mpos&f;>Je to visit New-York m a body for that purpose, we have, m accordance w1lh your kmd imnu .:if1b:e this gTeat staple lS grown and manufaetiJf"d, and tfuls 1llre a army Our same opportUlllty to th1s section to be fiie talk a.s ghbly of bonded at home ill 1ts behalf, that, by the location u though they would 1mmedlthe Comlll1Ss10n, has been enJOy.ed by tf.a on tbe passage of the new law, sprmg East. Many clear headed, practical men; lpODtaMeuily, like mushrooms, all over who h&ve spent a lifetime m connection wtllt 111111 o run )>y BOrne m11g_1o po er, the article, as growers, deniers, and manufac ' t.en satiBfactory to the trade and the revenue, and the subJeel been thus et at rest, and we are reluctant no to oceupythe timellf*lll!'ld to the la,bOJS of the Commiss10n by going over the gTounli ; yet; inasmuch as m opemng up question by your honorable body, the lut year's Controvers,r between these transfer of the tax from manufactured toh&eco to. the ra"'" matenal and those 9pposed to 1 i1 Js ll!lOSWtly rev1ved,. w: han no opt10n, u opponents of what we conceive to be so raa ical and dangerous a. measure, but lio 'irltlllt to prevent 1t And we are thankful e wisdom of Congress has furrushed,a trtbunal so far removed fl:QIIL the embarrua ments of political and personal consiill.r&tiGnll, before wh1ch we can plead Ia common yith all otheJ1l the culture and tnanufuture ot tbl8 grmt staple of tbe W we have g1ven the qus bon of taiat.ion m1,1ch attentiondond we al tbe conclusion, the reuons fOT which we propoae 1lo I'V!i ow as bmfly as-poas1hle, that the advooaU.d w11l not only fail to .Word the rehef prayed: lllr, and ...,......, there enue, as clat by the fne fourlh of the crop will peld rev enue, yet the oth r ,three rths must filt e r through b exlens1ve legal net work o n 1ts way to a foregn market, addmg unoece.-y expenses to both tobacco and the treasury, w1thout b!lti!>O.t II). a11y one .but a1ll army of Government officlBls We say drawbacks on exports that must be not alludmg to onstituliooal for tl1e oimple rl!81!on liat we are dependent on Europe for purchas e r s for three fourths of the tobac c o we gTO W and to ask them to pay such tax as w e m o y levy wo dri-ie m <1PQ.e l1wn our mar ket Hence we say that :my plan of taxati o n that 1gnores allowance for drawback s o n ex ports of leaf tobacco s def ec llve, and w1'l be tbc .gr h of tJ,. artiCle to the extent of the s e purchases, and to the r<>Tendll m tbe oame proportu>n If th e y did not and could not gTO\V tobacco, 1t InJgbt ho but 1t 1s well known o tile trade that tll-;;y can and--do grow quantiti es and that the h1g1i prices o f our tobacc o f o r several years prev10u s to the e rn of high prieed gold, had shmviated produchon there to a pomt that they wore me asura bly md e pendent of us, and so much oppos1hon to the use of Amer1can tobacco had amon g the manufacturers there that a -.pmt o f em ulatiOn eDsted among them as to who and would go the farthest m the use of s ub Stitutes Add taxes to the pnco of the art10le1 an urcbas ers would enbrcly d1sap pear from our shore 8 and m n short t1me wollld be among the "th10gs that WCJe" Our "1eaf .. ta.x" friends may, and no doubt have, furmshed you w1th any amount o f s ta tashcts (whch, w"betbcr m s!.:ilful or un sk1lful hands, we re g ard, as a general thmg, about as u,nrel1able as the changm g hue s o f aka leidosc()pe) showmg the large amount gro w n but adopt eir plan, w1th the const1tuhonal accompanunent of drawbacks, and 1t wi) l soon be found that calculahons of revenue ba.sed on the tax&t1011 of the whole crop, be as nsubsfanftal as the "baseless At this pomt 1t 1s pertment to 1 n qmre whether farmers w1ll contmue to grow A httle ms1ght mto the c har a ct e r and habtts of this class Will soon sh o w u s F a r remov ed from tbe exCitelllent and actiVlty of town s and Cihes, free from th e e ntanglin g alhan ces and money respons1b1ht1 es of bus m css, hvmg w1thm themselv es almo s t e .nbrel y mde p e nd ent of the world, they are 11. very c o n s erv a t1ve set of men Their education anll po st bon make them cautiou s m all thc1r bons, averse to change, and slow to engage m new undertakmgs m v olvmg p ecumary obhgat10ns, unc ertam t_eturn;, o r unus ual yexabons-m a word, th"e farm e r av01ds trouble, opposes sells for ca s h, s hun s speculabon, eschews debt, and bate s tax es W1th tho change propo se d mvolvm g all o f these, 1s 1t safe to expect such p en t o con tmue to grow ? We thmk n o t on the c ou trary, we thmk 1t\ cortam to calculate that they w11l not We reason thus They would be obliged to take out pernlits to plant, make returns of growth, haul the1r crop s when ready to speCified pla ces, whether convem ent or not, and pay the tax whether tberr c rop 1s sold or not-( our leaf tax fnend s anfiCJpatmg obJecllons to th1s f e ature, kmdly agre e t o make the purchaser pay th1s tax, but wh e n they hBve to mnke propos1t10ns, 1t w1ll be time enough to cons1der them)-while from one, who from contingenCies of s01l or se&IIOn has had the misfortune to ra1se a. com parahvely worthless crop, w 111 J>. exacted the same tax thBt another pays who has hnd the good luck to ra1se n valuable one and all w11l be followed w1th the uks ome surv e dlanc e of Goyemment officials, making the cultiva tion so full of vexation and anno y anc e s a s to dnvo gTOWers from 1ts culbvation altogeth e r When 1t IS added thBt he has many oth e r wh10h he can grow, qmte as salable and to the full aa profitable, free from ta:x at1on and 1ts uccompanymg embarrassm ents, all; doubts on the subJect vanlSh at onc e Many years m the trade and co stant and fam1liar mtercour s e w1th the gTOW ers of tobacco, satisfy us that we are correct lD thiS V1eW 1 Another d1fficulty that anses by makmg the change, 1s the proper adJUStment of the tax. To do this m taxatwn has, at all t1mes, and m all countfles, been a most perplexmg subJect Your Comm1ss1on w1ll find that m fixmg a tax on leaf tobac co, th e ir experienc e wtll not be different from that of the re s t of There nrc so many kmds of to as ConnectiCut, New York, Pennsl'l and Ohw seed Maryland and county and Southern M 1ssou r1, aU place and pfl c e ill and va!!le of con of the crop, styl es and kind s, wo._uld he gTOSS lDJUSt.ce, ond would n o t only cau se but would JUStify, loud complamt a n d n o o th e r w a y of fixmg the rate but thlS w ou ld see m fcas1hle to our leaf tax fr1ends a s the y them selves seem to concede The plan would operate thus Say tbe rato 1s put at 10 cents Connecticut seed, that 1s nsed excl128i.vely, e1ther by 1tself or m connection with Cuba and Havana, m the lll&nufact.ure of tho better or aaan. th to day, say, 80 TO SUliSCRffiEJI.S I AND A.J>VER TISEJI.S To e1mpllfy a.Jl bnemees trausacU ons asmuchaa'fpoa nble, w e w t e h to state t h e following facts Tho p rlcc to TDE T oru..coo L B.il' 1s, f o r the eftuntry, 12 per year p a y a ble i n advance Tho posta ge o n tno p ape r is 20 cents annum, quarterl y o r year l y in advance, by th e sub-scriber, at the o ftlce ot d ell very No pape r 1 s eut from thi a o1!lce unless the t.ubsc n p tLon 1.i prepaid. The paper is only sent as eubscnbed tmd iii receipt 11 an that i t i s fo r No Bpect&l 111 for s ubecription ntli pet pcnD'ltJ: crop und, would pay 8Si per :cent, while Oh10 seed, used for a com moner kmd of Cllfar&, and worth, -crop round, would pay 166! and for the same reason, average jp"ades of Mason county worth, say, 10 cents, crop round, would pay 100 per cent., while the finer grades regmred m the best line cut &nil worth 21! cents, crop round, would pay 40 and the gr&des In each crop would pay a hke disproportionate cent. It 18 to this Yft7 meq.-lity_. JUStiCe we ObJect m the. present law 1 to rel: onmle t}lem Ullda-a leaC ta& we. refJUd f practicaUy 11Dpo8S1ble AD. aa Mlor-We would come nearer doing it than any otlier, hut on a.n article like leaf tobacQO, hav no definite value and character, li1re a barre of flour o' pgrk, being liable to so much abuse, 1t w1ll hardly be recommended as a remed:)' Haylllg examined tbe queel;ion thlltl-ftllo..m 1ts connection W>th"tlie growth. of =toliacco and the-revenue, we desire to-ay, at of l>eing CODSiderod o111cious by our mt,!! tunng friends, who constitute the party 1 favor of tb.e.cbange, that so far aa theu-mtereata a.re conqorned we -to mako it desirable Uncle the presenilaw, the tobacco manufacturer goes tato the muket )ike any manufac""er, and his sup piles of leaf, paymg 110thiac the Of the article When mannt'ale td supply them Wltb a liner artiele df bis t\a,n of ouab as Green f!e!:h Flower of Oolden etc 1 etc 1 rmd "bM ahrayo on hfx!d the Cboceet lots of Virgbtia Oaveadleh aad Smoking Tobacco w NewYo Its Pearl street, have the honor of making what the old est the trade pronounce to be the ,moshplendd tobacco sale on record. At the1r great Government sale on the 6th the of wh1ch will fougd m our morket report, }>rices they obtmn-ed wer e truly extraordmary, an some \VPre al most fabulous On& lot, or tancy, as struck off to J H Garth & Co at the un precedented rate-of t9 48j cents per lb Th1s s uceessful' opet"ation was doqbtl e ss by the fine of the tobacco ohd a pros_ p e ctive advanc e m Still, we cin not but behove a considerable share.o tfie credit 1 s du e t o the perso11al mtloence of th e auo twneers W1th1>ut the tact ; the persuaSive cloque}.lC C1 tho "wmmng wa.ys," and good lo o k s of Mr N1cbols, who offiCiated on the, o cca ston,, Uncle Sam would never have dis pose d of b1s weed at so h1gh a figure llere after 1f the trade w1sh to hav e thCJr goods s old at fan cy pnces, whether m hard time s or go od tim e s, they will know where to find tho C IT_.1 ..WYOBK. HAS. E. SPil{G-ABN & : CO., men that can do It request of many a dverbsers, and fflends m gr orders, mclosmg a rCilsonablo sum as earnest money, ani:! e Wlll execute their comrmss10ns at the lowes t rates & MOORE, SOLE AGENTS, No. 74 Front-street, We &re no-w receiving direct from ma.nutact.urer, a lim lted quntit.y or thls very OelebrM e d and To bacco, io whleb we Invite Ule aUenUon of the Trade. BULKLEY & MOORE, BOLE AGENTS. 74 FRONT-STREET. NEILSON & NICHOLS, TOBACCO & GENERAL !UGTlONSSns, No. 113 (Hanover-square), CAMPBELL, LANE & CO., TOBACCO & SEGAR MANUFACTURERS, / i.BD 95 BROAD-STREET, NE :AB:X 1j 4 8-12 NEW-JERSEY I LEAF TO B A C C 0 D'liiALEBQIN .... 193 PEAB.LTREET, UPSTJ.IRB, N"ear llalden L&ne, NEWYORK. J. S. GANS & SON, TOBACCO snotsns, 46 NO 86 WALL-STREET Tontine Building, NEW-YORK LICORICE PASTE WALLIS & 00. EXTRA. Tobacco manufacturers and the trade in general are particularly requested to examine and test the snpenor proper tiea of this LICORICE, which, being now brought to the highest perfection, is offered under the above style of brand. We are alao SOL}l< !A. GENTS for the brand F. G. .Acknowledged by consumers to be the best in the market. 1\.nd for the brand of Licorice St1ck G. H. In all respectlrequal to CALABRIA. GOJIEZ, wALLIS & co I 27-1111 29 k 81 SonOlWUllam 8,. Leaf Tobaooo & Segars, NO. 5 BUitLIIIC &LIP, NEAR Jr..I.T.&B-./ITREET, 81-$ F. H. PURDY & CQ., eucCJ:BSOss +o HARVEY & HA VIf..,AND, I TOBACCONISTS, 10 k 12 FULTONIIT,, NEWYOB.K, Manufacturen of all ldo.ds or Fin CuT Ormruro and 8Jio-.:: mo To:uooo, SJron, s.a.t...a, etc. Ill PLlfG PJrJSy etc. The :Branda they manufactur e are lfone Suoh bland Bell, Flora Temple,""" Exq111ute. N B -Would call tbe alitent.lon of tb:e Trade partkularlJ t.o their new Bra.nd ot Tobaoco., GOLDEN GEM, u ..... ,...,.a 7>11 ""'' ...,. tam mg 1t Their prmc1ple 1s, that the best to bacco 1s the most econom1cal, no matter what the 'Pflce Some thought them rash to pay the enormous rates they d1d at the gTeat Gov ernment sale thte other day but 1t remams yet to be seen whether the famous two dollars forty eght-andone half cent lot will not, In tbe end, prove the moat profitable of the1r purchases. People who estimate tobacco ac cording to the rea! enJoyment 1t 18 capable of affordmg, and not according to its bulk and low will h>e glad to know of a house that deali in tho TOr:Y tlne1t article, and they CuuuviLLE LEu -A correspondent, Mr J M C wntes to illquu-e whete the best supply of Clarksville and heavy Kentucky leaf is to be obtamed m th1s 01ty We would direct him to Messrs Bacon, Clardy & Co., 181 Pearl street, who "!ll&kc a spee1alty of thlS kind of leal. They deal heav;ly 10. 1t, without defuute To further complicate, lll each at these kinds there are C!WI& In the SUD'e ne1ghloo.rhood, in adJoining fields perhaps, entu-ely dfferent m value, eaeh crop 1tself oontammg several gTades FlME Leaf & Manufacttl{ed Tobacco, LICORICE, TONQUA BEANS, Etc., No. 91 WATER.STREET, Manufactured Tobaooo, l!iO. 94 RDJlllB, JrY PERMJ8SION1 TO hr.Tt the very fiM&t article. J Now, to j)x the same Ulllform rate per pound on each and all of the s e grades, and NO. 193 PEARL-STREET, NEWYORK. w, G ._,...,., l .NEWYOBK. W.H.o-au.r D11Bom, V.&JmDTOO&T &: 0o.1 87 Water It BoJdlfiOK 4 Gun, lTt Water-fl. FDDD ..t 00, Boltoa. MoO......,." eo. l'blladolplila. quo. .lid' ...... "., ./ / I ( ) I j 1 r

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. THOMAS HOYT.&Co,, TOBACCONISTS, No. 404 PEARL STknT, NEW-YORK,Manufafuren of :dl k.inda ot Fine-Cut Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars, and Havana Sixes. OUR DRANOS FINE-CUT CHEWINO 1 SUNNYSIDE, -HEART'S DELIGHT, NATIQNA.L. THOMAS HOYT & CO., New-York. HOYT, FLAGG & CO., Louis ville, Ky. HOYT, FLAGG & CO., Succesaon to f.!:OYT, BARBOUR & CO., 107 and 10<) Second St, LOUISVILLE, KY., MJnufatlurers of the following { elebrated bra Ddt a( FINECuT CHi:WJNG ToBACCO SUNNYSIDE, 11W.E-ET OWEN, ROSE-BUD. KILLICKJNICK SMOKI-NG ToBACCOI, Golden Eagle, Cabinet, Grand Mogul, Chimncy-Conw., f HOYT, FLAGG & CO., THOMAS HOYT & COu HAVAN'A. LEAF TOB!CCO. JOSE ENRIQUEDK-SABTOS, NO. 30 CEDARSTitEET, NEWYORK C.TY, P. O. HOX 3209. Having been lip pointed agent or a planter -to the IUo Hpoclo, lllaod of Oub&, I ID'fite m,anilfaooiin oJ .fine aeaara to e.xamine my stock ot Tobaec:o. _THE TO) ACCO WHITTAM & 'LAWRENCE, MANUFAO'l'DRERS OF L. APPLEBY'S SON, lUNU:rACTURER 01' 'IHE CELEBRATED Railroad Mills Snuffs, Tobacco, Snuff & Cigars, 395 Pearl Street, New-York, Ha1te on hand !llarge aaaortment or Vlralala lllanuflletured Pare 133 WATER-STREET, Turklh smoklDL hllpor&e., aava li9-Sl _.,...._r0,-.,.. na and. DollleaUc ()J&a,n. ww .., r ...-.. .a., rroat ...noty ot LINDBEIK BB.OS. & CO. hgl.ish, J!'renCh, German, and Scotch WHUUMU u<.tJ.IIS IN Clay Pi pea. Manufactured Tobacco dF" TilE ONLY OJ' TilE .uok. ..KD (WI BIRDIIBYJI BJlOIWIG 'I'OII.lll(X). IT-jill c I G A R s D H M'ALPIN & Go .6.ND UIPOB'l'DI 01' ; lll'lcllaum, Wood Pipeo, &1111 all other Bmok!llr ...... ....,. o .., Art!cloo. CELEBRATED FINE CUT SIOKIIIG TOBACCO, Segars, Pipes, Snuff, Plug Tobacoq1 &o., &c. MANUFACTORY AND SALESROOM: Nos. 711, 77, and 79 Avenue D, : New York City. -(EBTABLIBBJIJD 1176.) A. H. MICKLE & SONS, iltJOCI88011 TO MRS. G. B. MILLER & CO., K.1lfUII'J.O'I'"e'UB8 OJ' 'I'Jn CELDRJ.ft.D { Brs. G. II. lllllltr .t flo.'s l:lttwlng aail Smokl.,; TOBACCO,. A, H, l!D(JK.LE 4:: SONS> FOREST K08B AND GKAPB TOBAVVO,. Kra. G. B. Killer it Co.'s American Gentle and Scotch SNUFF, 36 BROADWAY, 1ug New-York. :6i&blllbedl [1108, C. H. LILIENTHAL, JLdDJ'.lG'I'VD& or Out Ohewing and Smoking Tobaooo, nr, ltt, .t 1ft eer. BaRJar, NBW-YORX, And ot Llgbhlld Dark Worl<, Lump, 'l'wiJt, and lloD i'o boo:oo, llepperhan Tobacco Worka, YoDkert, N. Y (JDW'D{O '1'011.1000. FfDe Cut., PlaiD IDkl. The Celebrated ud Sweet. GT&Dulated, 211 Courtl.&ndt-street, A.LINDDDr, II. I' ALit. (Nea.r Broadway-,) II. LINDIDill, _.. Depot of H. WilkUul & Oo.'a Tob....,o .Worb, Bal.Um.ore, Id. U E. ROSENWALD & -BROTHER, .IM?OaDBS J..lm x.uro:rJ.OTtl'llDS o All Kinds Havana and Domestic SEGARS, ND BALDS IN LEAF TOBACCO, 146 Water-street, (II-Halden.Jone,l NBWYOBK. M. & E. SALOMON, lJO"'Jlfttl8 o Havana Segars, JEAF TOBACCO, -.6.HD-au. 1 '18 l'BA.BWtBl!liT, :llotabllahed 1850. J. N. KNOOP, Wholel&le dealer lD all li:lllda of LEA. F TOBACCO, DOMJ!I!TIO HAVANA SECARS. Alto, t;rrter and n.ter ln Keenehaum, Brir.r and PIP A! THil OLD STAND, N-10 191 BOWERY,_ JT,..X. Apnt for A. SehfLI, & Co.'s eeJbraiM..,Suull' CHARLES SEITZ, (IIQcowor lo Belt& .1: Co.), P. & G. LORiLLARD, TOBAGGO & J SNUFF Century'Brand Chewing, Rose Leaf Brand Chewing, Siesta Brand Smoking, Genuine Maccoboy Snuff, Sdotch Slluff. Cavendish Brand Eureka Brand Smoking. High Toast Scotch Snuff, Chewing French Coarse Rappee Snuff; lr.ish High Toast Snuff. The Trade are invited to e xamin e the CENTURY B .RAND which will be found equ a l to any now produced. Please send for Circu Jar. ...... r6, r8 & 20 CitAMBF.RS ST., NEwYoRK. :ta_n_Ufact..urer'a Agencies: VAN SCHAICK, 503 Chestnut Street, Philadeli phia; A. I B.. 24.Broad Boston. Yonng .A.merloa t UIIOEIH Tarkith, Bqndud kT01'7, :Z:t.gle, Sp&Dbb, ca"eodleb, Prench, and other T "1':1 A "1':1 Noo..,.U. -0.1, .. ....,. .11'1 ... DULD IN TOBACCO BONDED WAREHOUSE, '32d -DISTRICT. SCHRODER & BON, ,. tWJtOJI.'f'DI 0. Havana Segars and Tobacco. .llilO, MANUFACTURER OF SEGARS .I.ND Dealers In Leaf"Tobacco, ., 258 Pearl Street, nea.r Fulton, l!ll lhW"'York. J. C. SEAMA'W 4 CO., MANUl'AOTURJlRS OF H A V A N .A AND ALL KINDS OP FINE DOMESTIC SEGARS. Our Bra.nd: PRO GLORIA ET p ATRIA .lnd oUler Floe Brands ooDstantJy on ha.nd !or 1mmt$t.e use. 191 CRAlll!EBS-StREEt BltW W'aoMnqt DIU.LD,. .t.LL,..,.. oo COMMISSION MERCfiANTd FOR THE SALE .OF 1 NEWYORK. New-York & Virginia SteamsbiD Commr THE OLD LINE, FB.OM PIEB. 21, N. B.., FOOT OF FULTON-STREET, For Norfolk, City Point, & Richmond. STEAMERS GO TO THE WHARF AT .BJODMOND. Tbe oew and elegant alde"hee.l St.e&mshlp HU.GARA Gmao11: W. Coven CoiD.mliJlde r l e ave New-York every Saturday a t 8 P M SARATOGA, ADoLPH L. Knfo Oomml\llder leaves N e w 4 York every Wed1:1.eaday at 8 P .X. Bllll or Lading lli.gned at t.he wharf, Passenger accomwodationl!ll unswpaated. G. HEINEXEII.&: PALKOliJI, 110 BROADWAY. Good.l to &nd from all Vlrglnla, North OaroUoa, Tennessee, cLc., f orwarded byLthe Company' Agents ttee ot commlulon. .S-tf B. M. BROWN, Manufac:turer, .. .UiD DE.ll.ZR lN FlKE 220 Crandatreet, 34-88 B.ROOKLYN. E. D PETERSBURG ADVERTISEMENTS. J. E. VENABLE & CO., 1i o. 3, Iron front, Byo.Unore-atreet, PETERSBURG, Va., Commission Merchants roa 'l'BJl Sll:l .AND PUilCIUS:I 0., Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco AND OO'I'l'ON. J. E, VENABLE 4:: VO. J. F. llciL W AINE, Cotton. and Tobacco BROKER, Ollce wllb Mr. A. G. Mo!I.w.un, Sr., No. '19 S;roam.,...,..street, PETERSBURG, Va. Orden 1olletied.. 88-69 I keep always Spanish Rlbbooa or alJ k.lnda, :B&a, SpaniJh Papen, ctga.ret.tet, etc., etc. Orden per mall faltht'ullyexecuted. .. 41H>T 51 Leaf Tobacco & Oigars, LEAF & MANUFACTURED TOBAOD.O ,.,rt lf'iJ n-htttt"" ttn'lv Q:: ufaoturers in RichAiond, Lynchburg, Petersburg, Danville, Va., Brooklyn, St. ,..,... 11. (lfiiOB>Ilna. 80-M ,.,.. M'oum.. C!I',UU. \!JJV JoJ lJ fJ Louie, Covington, Pittsburg, Canada, Australia, and California. JOSEPH SCHEIDER'S .' 66 OED.A.Jl..STRET, (up steirs,) dF" LIBERAL OASH ADVANCES JUDE ON CONSIGN!UJNTS. 2o-41 llVL N.fi.'F.ION.!I.L Tobacco Works, 246, 248 CANAL-STREET, N. Y. Mannfa.etunr ot Smoking and Chewing Tobacco. -:o: lloi[":i" BR.A.N:OS. I ::=Dell&ht, Cute BlaD.eheJ PoeabODtu, PMCb, Ploral, Honey Dew, KllUoldnlek, other JI. D. WATTS,. _. Hanuf&c\urer of h1l Oelebnted Brt.ndl or Fine Out Chewing and Smoking TOBACCOSrdfl'promptlyaUend< 14. 34 & N. Y., _.,.,._ No. '19 GllAVIIR-8TBEJ:T, L..L 58 MANHAnAN TOBACCO WORKS. lf J,8l a. 186 Duu41net, lfn-Yer:t. F. A. GOETZE & BRO., KJ.BVJ'.A.O'l'URBBS 01' TOBACCO AID DUFF. ......,.,. porUoalol' altetnlon er the !ride .. called lo 1111 "Garibaldi Smoking Tobacco; .,.,d "St. N.LJ.01Dilmlv0lf,} !ll'll'W (, L.uzmfllBlJOIL 1 (84-48) ;3;1Zf -MAYER & QO., DUUBSIN LEAF TOBACCO, J.liD.lWW'J.(Jr1f!IER8 OJ' &EG-An.&, 156 Front Street, corner Jllaiden Lane, H-26 I!IJ(iWeY/QftliJt, SALO:MO:N & ELKINS, MPORTED AND DOMESTIC 143 Water-street, l'i.EWYOBE. IIIL. 81 William Street. ,. 1'-116 _DOIIESTIC SEGARS. 196 B. BESS, 196 WBOI&IUI& N .U.D JN Conneotiout Seed-Leaf Tobacco, Havana AKD Domestic Segars, 195 Pea.rl-at. (npltalra,) nea.r MaideH-la.ne, .. l\fEW:YOBK MANU.FAOTURED BY' Casey, & .co., J :M. VENABLE co., PETERSBURG, VA. FINE CIGARS,. ..._ 86 Maiden-Lane, 'U A".EW"YORK. HAVANA S.E'GARS, IN DOND, DU'l'Y PAm. A. SCHWERIN & CO., DIPOB.TEB.S, 81 Broad-street, Corner Beaver, 88-10 l!JEWYORX. SIMON SALOMON, UaiPOB.TED D O!US'J'lO AND ALL XJ.NDS OW' LE.AF TOBACCO, I 92 Pearl Street, 14-62 Alto, Manufacturers of Superior "Macooboy," "Rappee," and other Snuft's, Chew ing and Smoking Tobaccos of every grade. MACY'S SONS, AGENTS, 189 &, 191 FRONT-STREET, NEW-YORK. .. PIIRLES TOBACCO, '{. D. HIRSCH & CO., JOHN G. MOSES, 1KPO&ft$8 O:r MANUII'ACTURER or TACKMANN &. J m-AY k t r ti tlt 21, x_...ot .... ......__... Havana & Domestic and Bnar LEAF TDBACCO S E s, 6 Pla""ltnlt, near Pearl, f SMOKING TOBACCOS, 18-8l NEW-YORK. SIIIW FIIURES, ETC., and 30 Liberty Street, "New-York. K.ArrtMANN BROS. & BONDY ll
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N. M. WILSON, & MERCHANT, Over First Nationai Bank, 13th St., RICHMOND, V .a.. Particular attention paid &o Sale 6Dd,8hJpmont of Leal, Hanuf&ctdl'ed1 and SmoklogTobt.ocos sod Oo\mt.rv )'}J\1).. 1101 generally;: Will to be IOtd bere or shlpped to the North or Jlurope. Ooo-...,.._ oollclted. !n-!l8 J. WOOD .aL, Wll', B. RDDJ BELL & REED OiA.CCO A.iq Commissiea & Jorwar&a. lmkllh oter Firat !Vatloall Baak, ._::deJuaoocl. BriUlch No. 11 Bridge St., Richmond, Va. Prelwted. by G.10. H. J'rnwn.sos. Do,-.aDd RU tJanut'act.nred aod Leaf Toba.eco on com mlllloD.. Attend to the InterD&l Bevenue Tax on Kanutactured Tobacco. Aeeob for DAOON, CLARDY .t Co., 181 Newr-York.. 81-SS READ 4 WHIT,E, Tobacco Manufactory, F ..II.RMVILLE, Vircinla, KANUJ'AQrURJfBI --o "O.C.UAD" } ., OLII'TON u' .,. "HUNTim \, trl't. ''W. WiiT,u II CALViN.' "liBCTAR," NaYy Pound, n CORONJ:T," 18'1!1; Twiet. (ivernool Cqnsignments. THE RfcnMOND C JENDISU 00"1 PAN, L.lUITED, Purpote opening their .New Warehouses In 0 RJ:ENOCK BTREET, PAISLYSTR'EET and Nortb1 )mlllt:diat.ely oppoaite &he D opk, LIVEHPOOL,on &be:lft or July, and wlll be ready \o rective conslgnmen\11 otl.-1 aod Maw.lacWred Tobacco for sale o n commial!lo.:.. THOM..II.I! COPE, (of the 8rm of Cope Bros. &Co ., ) lliSA.G1NOUIREOTOR. Bt,f...nca ia .N.HD-Yt:"k-Meun. E. Morrison .t Ca 41llnladof;reoL 11-29 7-19 214 State street, HARTFORD, CONli. CLAJt.K BREWER &-"SONS, Snuff, nna'Poucco, 14 SOUTH DBXD'..ftB.DT, 18-28 BOllQJL GEO. T. WATERMAN & CO., TOBACCO, :NO. 15 CE!lTRAL WHAI!. F,ft QIO, !', W.A.fta.K.l..'f1 0. 1 :aiCH.u.DIOJf, J"OB!l B TODD. BOSTON. ISAAC A. E. CORTISSOZ, IWIVJ'.&O'I"G'Ua t11 .ALL DWDI(or: Jainmai NO. 28 NORTH IIARKIT ST. BUt BOSTON. !!. CARRUTli & c Ci., 1\lf>fttl,rr.:rJI .tJfD 'WifOLJdL I If ALL DESCRlP'tiOIIS OF H. B. WILCOX, ;t;tl annfJldurld loti-acto, CONNECTICUT SEE1>-LEAF CIGARS, PIPES, ETe.,TOBACCO WAREHOUSE; No 48 Hanover-lltriet', d """ o ..... 169 FRONT-STR,EET, I '"nou QUCU, H.ABTJ'OBD, CONN. D ._ S. BB.O'Wlf 00., m Z. p. KING, M:Alml!' .A.C':l'tllllm OF CXGABS. LEAF AND .MANUFACTURED a .A-LSO DPOI\'rDS 01' [Established in 183'1.] CHAS. D. DE FORD & CO., 11'1' IIOJI-iu CU.Y-sT., BALTIMORE, .MMISSION MERCHANTS, F. W. FELGNER THE C. M. MEYER, COMMISSION MEIRCHANT, J'oa 'I'D BA.1.II o Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco, 81 CIGARS, PIPES, ETC., No. 62 North Front Street, PHILADELPHIA, 11!10, liiTOIIlCLL. .UWHKR 'I'EVIS. Wlll.X.WA.R'PJ, LEAF TOBACCO, Ill llorlh lrblnl-st., a. lSOO litrtlt Front-Ito, IUTliJlEICJDIOLZ, l PBILA"DELPHIA. 80L01f.OK mmiHOLZ. f 8'7 TELLER, ANATHAN & CO., DUUJUI I W LEAF TO :SACCO SEGARS, 117 TRIB.D STREET, n-93 .PEHL!D-ELPB!A, Batchelor Brothers, K .. UIUP..t.cruJLEll8 O:P. DOMESTIC, HAVANA AND Y.ARA CIGARS, 11'1' li trtb. ftiN.It., 111111 Ia litrtb. s.M..t., PBILAD:U.PJIU. LEAF Put up ln atyles to suit the trade. 49 llai.n;Street, Cincinnati. Mitchell, Tevis & 27 North '1:hird 57 st .. Philanelphia,,__ __ I T. BI1LLIVA.N 1 W. J, DIJii'ILUI. J. T. SULliVAN & BRO., Tobacco Pactor!l -And Dealers In allld.nW. or f LEAF TOBAOCO, Keep constaotJy oll hand U1e LaTgeat. Btoct of Mason and 0\fCrt CQuoty and ltedrled QuUI.ng Leaf ln the WeH. No. 39 Ciac!Jmati, Ohio. DIW.IU .. LEAF ,TOBACCO, I 1611 163, & 165 Pearl-street, (CQIIl!l!R Or ELHSTREET), CINCINNATI. WM. EGGERT, DE.&LKa E. MEGRA W & CQ., DOMESTIC AND SPANISH Tobaooo Manufacturers, LEAF TOBACCO, ""'oL .. ,u nuLus" SMOKINC TOBACCOS, MULLEN & DIETERICHS, WESTERN TOBACCO AGENCY, No. n S tor. Wa)>ash-ay,, CHICAGO, E. f .. PtiVLLIN, } Consignments Respect-c W. DurTIRrC:nR. fully Solicited. ST. BROTHERS & CO., TO N ANSON, DAMBRON .t CO., C. M. CASWELL, IOU .&.aD'! .0.11'. LOUII OJ' Bwets Filte-Cllt Chew Tobacco, No. 62 Olive-at., bet. Third nd Fourth, .l.t ," :ringa Saloon,'J under the Pl&nten' Houae, And 83 Fourthat., bet. Pjne and Olive, I ST. LOUIS, JIO, Sold &t wholesale to ihe trade, In qU&Dtlt1es to suit, done up 1n papers, llilr By t.be pouod. AI.I!Ct a fine lot CJpn and ll:eencbawa Goodt. 0. 1. Nalio.Jroua, G. HsVoacua. 1T1ound City Tobacco Worh.s. l> .. CA-TLIN. Fine-=Cut, Cnewing, & Smoking Tobacco, i:iJlickinick1 etc., No, Hill Nerlll fjtreet, 113 ST. LOUIS, MO. .tOltiSVILlE ADYERl:ISEMiiillTS. W. WATKiliS, P. 0. KBNTUOQ". Cowrcial and Proonce ::aroter. l:Jpedalatt.lortiou prJd U> tlllne ordera ror TOBAO CO, '-19 SUQCJ/1116011. TO IIDCJt, lc1ta a. co., I;Nt.tf auf lttot, .t.JUJ D.&.U.&& lK BA.GGili'G B.OP:I AND TWilfE, & Leaf Tobacco, COTTON lVARN AftiDSHEETINQS, NoI02l!Ialn .. e., be&.,..._ .... -LOUISVILLE, KY. ..t.U:ft J'Oa 'l'BK Celebrated SDlolqng R01e & White Cloud BltlOKI!ffi TOBAOOOS, 0111! BIClllliiOND, T .&, O 8PA.LD1Nflt1a., LB. 8P.A.I.Dlll0. 'W. D, IPA.LDIWQ. D. SPALDING & SONSt Leaf &. Manufactured 'rOB.A.OCO, JIOL 90t u.d Ill Chapll-ltl:elt, L011UTD.LB, ...... ,._. .JOHN c. TIEMEYER, :r. &. WILLE7T, (Suce..,or .. 10llNG.MAYER,) f)1...,1......-., V ... .. IKPOltTI& J.ND WllOLDJ.Lll! DI.U.U IN ALL JtOO>S or tS4f &M4NUfACTUa&O ... .... :...' TOB.A.OOO, KY. SEGARS, PIPES, ETC., BB.&.BDB: 10 South l!eoond at., bet .Market and Walnut, ST. LOUIS, MO., J' .. B. BOIIBOJW:U. WllleU'INaT)',Ibs.llldflbii.,Gallt'sWary,lbL 1114 fib& Wtllett.' Long 101. n'DC tie. Wliie&t'a :ru'Uk wmeu.' r.. I'Ul1Dlnll0.. oL t.40 Brtsbt.1be.. Whlel&'olOo. Wlllell'sDwori,I.JI'\Ibl. 17-lW LEAF AND MANllFACTURED TOBACCO. HAVANA AND YARA TO:OA0001 81 aa.tl 33 Broa.d&ree&, Bo.cm IOLJ: A2lD I!IUCOJ:SIO.R TO "F, H. BISCHOFF'S, JOHN DOUGLASS, Leaf, Fine-cut, Smokin[ Tobacco1 & Sems. ... UU'ORTBll UNION F..II.CTORY, ss and 55 Hand-st. AND BRIAR PIPES. HEINSOH:N, AL;....-:. -& ., --SCHROEDER & HARTUNG, K.Alitfi'J.CTl1J.ERS or XINDI!I or Plug: Chewing Tobaccos,. DIPOB.TED AND DOMESTIC CIGA:i.S, -....,,.., Pipoe, and Smokera' Articles genoraU:r 1 NO. 98 ASYLUMSTfiEET, ST-41 OONN. Tobacto,Snnff and Cigars, -J.Lso-Leaf T obacco, 77 and 79 Asylum-street, 12-64 HA.RTFORD, CONN. ESSIIAN & HAAS liROTBERB, lN CONXECTICUT Seed leaf Tobacco, AND M..i:R"U:V ACTURERS OF 0 S L.B.BAAs, P.Jl.H....,, ,J. l!:I!IRAN'1 n. n. nA.ul M.RHAAI!l. HARTFORD, OONN. Cillr Branch-lUAS. 00., Leavenworth, Kan. 12-64 D. W. AGENT, Seedleaf 164 STATE STREET, Hartford, H! &. Z. K. PEASE, lN CONNECTICUT Seed-leaf Tobacco, and State-street, H.A.RTFORD, CONN FARNHAM & BARNES, .11m :DUJ.US IN Fine Conn. Seed-Leaf TOBACCO, No. 238 StatEtstreet, 11 HA.RTPOKD, CONN, BROWN & ZWEYGART'l', DE.ALti\5 IN Leaf Tobacco, ALL KINDS OF CIGARS, 212 STATE-STREET, Ha.r&:fOrd, Coan. A. G. BROWN. 26-S2 B. J ZWEYtU.ll1"l', JOSEPH S. WOODRUFF, DEALER IN Connecticut Seed-leaf TOBACCO, No. 233 Bta.teBtreet. H&RTFOKD, CONN, 1.3 uu:NNECTICUT SE.EDLEAF Tobacco Warehouse, 159 and 161 Commerce-street, HARTFORD, CONN ParUcular attention paid to the purch:l s e, packing and d new lear on commiulon. 1 ....... D. M. SEYMOUR. GRANT & COMPANY, lil.ANUl'A.OTu-mffis OP ClGARS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AND DULDS Uf Forei[n & American Leaf Tobacco, L..II.BELB, RIBBONS, ETC., 149 Hlghst., Providence, R.I. _.Yr. GJUJI'I'. 89-&4 "' A.. -.&ft. For sale, low, 600 cues Conn. and Ob.lo Tobacco. 4.2--e'i I.AWRENCE DONQYAll,. lC..UIIJ' .lCTuaD 01' Havana and Domestic cigvs, ,UfD lt&U.D Lear Tobacco, Meersoltaum Plpe, 1:: o., NOB. S7 & 4o HAfOVBJ4nuT, Sign of the l BDIITO-INDI.ut. f "" Maoufaetufer of the" J..a Yoa Llkelt." and "Obarmer" brands or Clgara. 1 Deutscher Rauchtabak WIIOLZSm AND OTHER CHOICE :BRANDS, 1 T o a a c c o n a a .t. a a 90 & 9:1 South Cl)arles-atreet, BALTIMORE, No. 13 lforth Sixthreet, (Comer o! c-t.) B. F. p ARLETT & co., 11 PHXLABilLPHIA. J l'l')l()l.%f4Lll DilLED& IN --------------. MAifUFA'CTUR..J:D Leaf &nd Smoking Tobaccos, A K. STOLTZ, sEaAns ETc., I Wholesale & Retailllealerin Tobacco A A Ec;KLEY, I' Commiulon MerQhanfa for of Same, .t.Joi HAVUA A1lll :tlomcs:no. SEGABI, Ill' 99"LOIIBARD & 5 = trtluud. B. JP.Pat.ft'll, cor. Third & Buttonwoodats.,. 81 Baltimore, Md. PHIL&DBLPuu. LE A F AD v l,TTTT;\ACTURED ar Leaf Tobacco Imported and Domestic Segars of all .a .u llL.B.H u n. G. H. BOLENIUS. klndo, conal&nUT OD bind, ... for ll&le the loweot cuh WHOLESll DEA..LXI\ IN 61 NO. 12 CENTRAL WHARF; LEAF,' TOBACCO, B. 89-IS! BOSTON. lannfachlred TIHJftCCO. and Seaars,. Leaf & Manufactured Tobacco, 'suniliLL, co:;-NO. 202 w. PRATT-sT., f1tiii7 ...... """' ... 61 :Baltimore. &o&TOBAcco SE G-A. H.&,. S. ROSENFELD & CO., No. 603 li'BOI.a.I.U: AND 'l:ft.l.U. D1U.U8 J)f DEALERS IN PHILADELPHIA.. Meeraohaum and Briar Pipes, Snuff, end Domestic and Jmnorted Se.rrars, WORXB and OFFICE, 31 St. Clairst. PITTSBURG, PA. R. & W. JENKINSON, IU..WOP.&.OTDRKR!J or ALL IUNDS or 1 Chewing Tobacco, AND DEA.Llt'RS In f ,Juuff, ttt., 6 FED.ERA:t.STREET, 42-14 ALLEGHEJP" PA, KACLE TOBACCO JOHN GRAZIER;-lf01.119 Water and 166 First-st.,Pittsburg, Pa., IU.NUIA.ftORICR OF A.LL X I NI>S 0 1' CHEWING &.SMOKING TOBACCO, BALTIMORE SPUN ROLL. :J'i:vea. Tens, Na.vy Potinds, Half Pounds, Si:!:: Twin Natural, d C-at and Dry Smoking 'ro bacoo .. etc. 42-114(" CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. RICHARD MALLAY, Deale!' In all kinds of llir Smokers' Artlolet Oenerally, 1' 1!. o cHANGE AVENUE, CHEWING & LEo-AF TOBACCO; E. L. wrTTHAUS, Orden for the of Leaf Tob&ooo, 89-ISI BOSTON. -ALS Labels, Brands, and Ribbons, o promptl,y a.nd carefully executed. H. A. \V,.ffi1'NEY & .CO., 20 SOUTH GAY-ST., 119 Street, J:.UDB..nr et BALTIMORE. .&.Im DE.lLD. 1.1t DnrDI' u.a. J.n J:UI, LEAF AND ){ANUFACTURED 1ITM' WELSH & SO'*"S Manufactul'ed and:LeafTobacco, oiNcmN&,'i'r, 'MllA-!1no R..I!U!A'DS .',1 a.inqiir.ARS ForeJ.gll and DomestiC DtjHIII'or n. Wilke .. I; Oo.'o Balllmcoe Bmoki.DI .. u A. AIOWOOIU. ..a .' OmmlSSIOn CrC an S J. DAVENP_DRT, JR., "i=: st BAl.nm:oRE Tobacco & General CODlllllBBlOn u 8 BDNDEO WAREHOUSE NO 1 ow.,..,111 eous E. :n.sa. MERCHANTBt No. 46 Walnut-street, : FOREIGN AND DOIIESTIC ; J:""J. REQUARDT & SON; 105N. Water-st. &106 N. Delaware-an.. Liberal 20i .. .icco, 67 107 PUROHAB.E.Ji'I'lEET; ........... DOH.N ,i, TAI'l'T,, 89-&1. BOSTON. M h I. SAMUEL & BRO.,: No. 63 South Gay Street, near Tobacco Commission ere ants,. JU:DJ>.&.mOJd.IS 01' 1 BALTIMORE, MD. .AJtD .&.oD'I'I 10 10 uu 01 ""Bright Quarter POUllds and TeuJ. H d 0 12 avana an omestic Cigars, Manumctured&LeafTobacoo, 42-l!T. 13lliLUDElf L&Nli;, DW-YO:U:. .. W y F U H R M A N N .....,....., ..,. ,. ....... m 29 "' a.terst., .. liS N. Delawlll\Joave., H. L D()HAN, ll.A.NOJ'.!O'l'l1li:ER AND .DULEB IN HAVAN.A,DOMliSTICOIGARS,&TOBAOOO 1NO. T. TAI'I."l', 6T PHIL.A.DELPH'" :tMPORTED AND DOM:ESTIO Also Meench&um Pipe, Tubu, etc. EMORY BI8S. JA,. s E G A R S 6 UlfiTED STATES BONDED WAUB:OUSE. our .llruu! : "American 2o,.,ve," "La Promenac!e." TOB)\.000, SNll.n', AND PIPES. SUSMANN BROTHERS, D&UDI IlC HAV.I\.NA & DOMESTIC CIGARS, Chewing and Fine Smoking Tobacooe. A!Jo Importono ot Kaenehaam nd :Briar ot Evuy Description, AND SHOKEBS' Al!TlOLJ:I! GENl111ALLY. A large aaortmeat of F&ne.J' Goodl coaJt&DtJy on hand. 9 UNION-BTBEET, !19-M BOoTON MASS. 2TIRGUSON, GEHRING &: CO., MANtJli'AC"''trJUmS OJ!' LEWIS BREMER & SONS, -.u.soWliOLBIWol:BJ.LEBB,.. CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO. J .tttf nnJ:r ('it.ohacC.O'j No. 7 (west lde, 8 dooro abovell'ronl,) SNUFF, &c., cZ-M cmcnm.a.Tr- No. N. LEWIS BRKM:;eiween Wood and Ca.Uowh\11,. l .:iiii "'i '!!Itt II !1110' JOS. A. DIIEMER. f rinr lUU cf.o1Jln;:u t 91'1'.00.1\ Just received, a large quantity of Seed bac o, Havana Segars. 51' BALTIMORE ADVERTISEMENTS. ::E SMOKERS' ARTICLES, ETC., No. 51 Clay-itreet, L. BA MBEROER &. CO., J 7 MAIN-STREET, DKOJ.TttB D.-LEVER INC & CO., Merchandise Brokers, OIGARS, ---D....,--<-::--Il!IO.,-JlB. L E A F T 0 B A c c 0 & BROS./ Whole!We DealeraJn_..U kinds of and Columbia., ClllrCINNATI, 0. N sw-Y art Branch Leaf Tobaf!! arehonse. L. NEWBU..t.:t H, UfPOilTBR .!:ND Dlii:.u&a D1 A..LL DID>ll OJ' 3 CHE'APSIDESTREET, D<I!!IOKE, JIID. s E G A R.S SpeeW attention pa.ld to U.e ooale of OlGARS, TOBACOO, No .a North Water Street, La a f b c c 0' 41-66 PEHt!.D-EtJ?BU... NO. 21 STREET, LEAF T_2BACOQ, OAMNED ooons,., ..,.u .. M=handlse generally. 94 Lombard-Street, (near Light,) llxro 'ro Meear1. 0. D. Di!GJrd A: Co., B. B. Parlett. & Co.t 0, S. Watts & Oo., l f Mdtlcb Bro1 1 L. M. ,Beebe, D&rbJ' 4 DA.LTJJIORE. --------Co., R. Kr&ua .t Co., L. )lcl\lurray & Co., Ju. Po.,e .. & ConslanJy ou hlllld l"ge quantity or CoDnecUcut and BUQKNOR M'CAMMON & 00 Clabaugh"' Ban-Js, H. S.hnerllug, 163-Peart.-; Hovooo 88 i!rin '1 De.rom Tt1ayer &; eo., 44 Watt.er...treet.. New-York. IT BECK & HOLLSTEIN, Commis sion Toloacco Commissien Merch!nts Leaf, Manufactured LEAF ToBAooo. ,liEI'OT or F. w. B&CIK" oo.s TODA0008, & N. Delaware-ave. <. 67 SOUTH GJ&.Y STREET, 81 EXCHANGE PLA.CE PHILADELPHIA. :L7tir OLTvE OILS ,.,. SNUFF, FINE-CUT, CHEWING, ANO PLUG TOBACCO, The article ls cheaper than oil, does n o t evaporate and ferment, and hence doe1 not mould Tobacco. & L.&ftlT, Olnc!llllaU, 0, I Apuc1: L. liBVCDWf, 01 -NO. 82 wEST l!ECOND STREET, ti-61 1. r. BPDroa. T, .R. iJ'&NCI. l lL (lQJ,'fUI. SPENCE BROTHERS &. liiA.IfUr.A.croRilliS or Fl11_e-cnt Chewing an d Smoklnr DUt.'&llS 1ft J'opacco, SnUffs & Cigars, No. 52 East Third Street, CIJrCLJrJrd'l'.L, OHLO. 208 BODMANN'S lnspection&LeafTobacco Warehouse Nos.5'r59,Gl,&63front &62 64,&66 Water bet. Vine & Walnut Stioots, OA[LY .UD .A.Y :PRIVATE SALE o.r VffiGINIA, KNTUOKY, INDIANA, MISSOURl AND OHIO TOBAOOOS I D. HIEATT, 'OHAS. BODM.ANN, ... DOMESTIC SEGA;RS, No. 180 Norila l!Iatn ouee1, ST. LOUIS, MO. Uv.tLLE, IY,1 IWIDI'.&.CI'UUR8" or nm Kount V ernon1 Gold Dut, Uli Poople'o Chotce FINE-CUT CHEWING TOBACCO. Premium, Keeroobaam, and Minnehaha B. S.BftK, Sf!OKING TOBACCOS CHILES, BASSETT & CO.,. 7'. P, OBILJIB, ... .1. ::a.&.llsBT7. ttthauts w R. BEATTY, ._.,'ffl CO.!rE.JrEISSIOJt' Tobacco: Factors,. Tobacco Broker No. 38 N orib : Second at., up ot&!n, AT. LOUIS. NINTH AND TENTH STS., Jf, v. r..l..LL Jf.KOUU.. \oPiomri BOOD 'fOB.A-000 WAURO&R,) F.ALK 4 MORELL, L01.ri8111lte, .,.,, l"D()taaj.UUl)1lLDS IX J_eaf mtlf 4tobacf.OJ, ginn to t.be Purcbau DOMESTIC, .lllllllROMSU .. HAVANA SEGA-RS ;North Second otree.!,_..; S".r, LO.,..,., J!IO, LJ A. DIETERICRS & BROS., CASE:Y, & co., TobacoolManufaoturers, CommiSSIOn Merchant, s No. 33 North Third street, u Inspector; Propr ewre. FRANCKE & ELLER, T-CBAGCO 153 llullitt and Fij'th. HUISVJLLE, KY. hrt.lculu &t'eoiion JW4 to the pnrebae of Leal &nd Mon-.. rllnnof CINCINlfATI. E B Buuu. M .Rawson Wilby & Co. 21-15 r Ne-w-York Branch. -:o:KBOBR) I'EISS & CO., .. (Sstars. anilr T ilbaDCJ. J.lfD u:PORTUS Or .BRIAR PIPES, AND t.LL .StoWKRS' ARTIOLES, ; 53 W Street, .n. "'nIT&, CINCINNA':\'I. E. BRENTAN(}, PLUG AND SMOKING TOBACCO, NO. 42 MAINSTRTEET, OINCINN&TJ, UfL VI lftuhaul .oa onm au.11 u TOBACCO, DKP, COTTON, WOOL, LBAD, GBAilf8, liiGRWD!JES, And Western and Soo.theru Produce generally, No. 82 81re.et, s.;.;geen Olive and Locuat St.reeti. ST. LOUIS. 0. & R. DOR:rc.ITZER & CO., Leaf Tobacco & Cigars, 8moklq & a.eiwin& Tottaeco, and A,ll lUnda or Smoker8' 1.20 l!l"'orth IJecoild St Vine Bt.., ITT ST. LO"IniL fDT 11TLII "-llD'DK8p&ImOM o PLUG TO.BACCO, Ull: 148 Thlrd..tnet,l.cnllaville, I1. Wuh\ng\On Na?T Pot!Ddt; Perl7'do. ; Decatar do. ; iu perlor do. ; Bl&Ok Hawk d(). Pant do.; Prlmi'OM Honey Dew. dq.; Aromatic Tens; Superior, do.; J'rQlts and Flowera, Navy .Bait PoDDdt. "Q.Slt 8. BOARD, Tobacco Broker, LOWSVILLE, KY. for Leaf IOlic!lie4 ucl promptly tilled.' Rlil:I'ERJIKOEI!: l!;J' Phdps. CakfW'ell4i Co., J..oain'IUe u u u r.ona!d &: nrou MJaAoell'tlel u ".ndJ"ew J&l. T: EdiDOnds, Louis ville. GH w. WlcU.Lorilnlle,J:J'-f IDoddy .l How lll ll, ... York. 184 MAYKR. BROTHERS, S ,BG.&RS, All Kinds of Smokers Articles, ICK !'II'YK..rr., lltiBIU.IJI'-1!.1 17-tt Louisville. Ky. n)..llll: '&YJX. V, I. MILl& !fEVIII 4 MI,L.LS, Tobaceo Manufacturers, .......... .. lfl!I!Orfed Hay-Clg1ra, Snuff, Meeraolia.liDI, Frenoh, & Scotch N oe 92 aaCI '94 :S e&rao.n-aTeawe. .t ll'asulc; DftRQtT, ll!lOH t Our w.U-k.D.OlfD ...._: .Bumi11 J'lu._Cat, .a-tar o.t Fine-Out, a-armer't Chewl.q. I. I


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