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

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

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The Tobacco Leaf: Organ of the Tobacco Trade of the United States
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.. d.NlO.&.TIONiil !rom our readers, cont.\i.nin& 1tom11 ... ,ceo news, or vtews o"Ii topics of intereet to Ule sucb. ae the crops and markets, methods of culture and curing, proccsse11 of manufacture, new im' plement& and macb.l.Dery, etc., etc. will at All U.mesbc ,..eleome. br:rOBT DtrTY.Leaf, 85 cents per lb. i manuJacWnd, cents per lb Cigars valued at IHi or leu per Jl., ';'6 cents per lb. and iO per cent. ad. valorem i over .15 IUI.d.II.Ot over $3), per lb. and SO per cent. ad nlurem ; over $30 &nd over $46, li per lb. and 50 p.. cent. ad valorem ; Ove! f4r.ISt N per pound ID.d 60 pu cent. ad Talorem. An additional duty or 10 per cent ad valorem iJ levied on all under flags that have no reciprocal treaties wttb. the United StateD. _JtxCWI free i manufactured, CaveDdJIIh, PJ.q, T"fl!t, 40 cents p or lb. To)>acco twisted or prepared for UBO by baud, ao cents per lb. All klD.ds Fine Cat., to ceDtl pez lb. Smokin&, 36 centa per lb. i Smok.mi, made wholly of stem11, 15 centa per lb. Cla:are, 110 per :M. Ci&areUee, 6 per cout. ad Tllorem. SnaJr, 40 centt per lb. BUSINESS DIRECTORY i OJ' THE TOBACCO lBADE. -:o: NEWYORK.' roa ... oco w ... uuousn. .lbeahelm, l"aulitscb .t Co 148 Water. ( Agnew Wil.Liam .t Son, 284 amd 286 J'rontttreet. .liJ.eo, J1111at.,1h water. tlou\(;omtlrf Wa,er. ..lrk.&ulturgh k brJau, 27 Broad. Hlauiue4 SoU. & Co., Hroad, Bacon, UhudJ .1: Co. 161 Pe11.rl, lk..lf.erLB. C.,_tlon 1: Uo,,l32 ...,. :Jaldww, D. H & Co., 17 8 l'earl. )lenrtmo, .U. ll; D., 124 Wah:r, kpa.nn, J 1:1., k Co., 147 Watu. erw&er1 L & Co. 148 Wat.er. :Mondy, Brotbtn j; Schwarskoor,ltl lfakr. JloWDI:ll, ll, 1::1., 116 twuth. :BnunkaJ11& Co., 07 l'earJ. lturut:U; A iullk..bauscr, 62 Broad. Cardozo, A. H. & Front. Carpenk>r, Wa11lln(ton. fJblchul.ilr & Co,, 61llowwy. C.hn, I. B.,167 Wa&.er. CJell, J, .B. 4L Cedar. (louoolly S Broad O 'N'=il, .U&.vld & Co .. 119 MI!Jdan Ianc. l'&lmwr &: Scoville, 170 Wa.ter. Pl'lllci &; 06., 349 Pearl. Hriugland & Co., -41 Droad. :W.eact, 80 Yront. Reiallll.nD A Kll.ppu, 119 Pt:arl, KeJDN .Brott1eu &: Co., Exchange-place. RoOIIliOn .t Ga.r!h, 112 Water. lto1entlaum, liD Libert.r. Salomon, Slmon, Pearl, Sa.nden A Wllllaw. &wyt:r, Wallace & Co., 47 BroaU, & Don, ZO:S lk:bllbll.rt, 11. 11o Oo.,l4ts Water. ipe.o.ctt .l.lrot.hcn, ,5 M aiden Lane. lllpiDprn, E., io Co., lS lJul"Ung Blip Bteiu, A .,197 Duauu, lu.llivaw, Mu rphy & Co., 103 Pe:nl. 'l'ackmM.llD i: ll ol e U 0 l'lktt. Tblerwann, Ll.,1ti Water. VetteritW 1 Tt. a k S o na, 123 W ater. Vlplluil 182 and 184 Pearl. WaJ.ter, Oh&rln Whiat, 19 South Willla.uJ, Wa.tUI1 Crllll8 & Co.,4& Broad, Wttt.belm, M. & Co, 171 Pearl TOBA.COO BROKBRS. .ldaml" O!borne, 91 Water. cali&Ch. ChaL li., 193 Peart. DowM, Thue. A Co., 114 Water. :lad.lo A Maiden-lane. l'llcher .&:; 2 J B. II. 15ou, :so Wall, & tiQgeiWWo, 1'8 Pearl. Kader, bl. k. Son, 160 !'earl. :&o.utW'I Son, Chas. Theo., 'lP Wall. Tback.l.t.ou, i. 8.1 12 t\ lUchey, 8:i .tl.a.NUJ' ... CTUR.IRS. ,j,ppleb7'1 Son, lai Water. BeCk., 11. W. A: Qa., 44 Vuey. -I. .. / Organ of. the Tobacco Trade of the U States C. l'FIRSHING, l'UBLISHER, i Ne. 142 Fulton Street. 5 PUBLISHED TERMS, IN ADVANCE, { By Mall, $2 By Carrier, $2.50. Bingle Copies, 8 cent1. Vol. II.-Nu. 2. NEW-YORK, w:mDNESDA Y, MARCH 'i, ;1866. Whole No.' 54_ BROOKLYN, E. D,1 KANUrACTURIRS, :BrolfD :U. M., 220 Graod. tJHIVAGO. :MANUYAOTURERS, Mullen & Dleterlcha, 4i8outh Water. Rctb!iehild k Adler, 69 South Water. Van Horn, Murray & Co .. Sl and Seutb. Water, CINCINNATI, 'l'ODJ.CCO W A.REBOUSI!. Bo!lmiUlii Cbarlea,til-66 Water. McLaughlin .1: Co., 46 Wh:ut. Casey, Koomm & Oo., l'lne. Ho.rer, liolmu & Co., fk<:ond. blorrll & Chalfant, 100, 102, aud 104 Wta Rroat. Phlster & Huw, 14 West Front. Sa:rgent, L. H. & Co.J 31 Walnu\. UIPURTERS1 !U!llJF ACTUltiR81 .1lfD D .... :Re6udeu1 HeLry a; Dro ., 161, Hli, and 1M PAAI'l. IJrenta.no, E., 4-2 Ma.l.:n Wm., 89 Second. & Burlew 12 ?th.in, }'rr.nk C. aod L M. k Oo.,-'lS Eaft 'l'Wrd ,l 4t Kala. 7 Ualn, Krohn, Ft:in & CO., 53 West. Jl'ourl;b, )Jallay, l UchalU, West Newburgh & ScboU, 21 Walnut, JUcw &; Golcilll!lith, \!1}8 Walnut. Robert!! & Johnson, 168 West Columbla. icbott & Otteu1 11 Main. Spt:nce .Hrot.hcn & Oo., 52 Eut T\'rl.1. &nut van, J. T. & RN 89 DETROIT, ltiiCH. Cuwtll, T.,A.1 d Y Nasaau-1l, New,YGI'k. Nevin,.& l'!Uil.s, 92 11.nd JeJferson&Y8nue. EAS'.l' H.4.K'.l'F'O H, l'f Cbapma.u, R .a. J. k Co. FARMVILLE, VA.. TOB.ACCO U:UIUJ'iCTUB.:t:.B.S. &ad & H..A.RTFORD, CON!'f, AND nJ.LER!. Brown & Zwey ga.nt., 2--l2 Sttue. Durnb.am, J. D. & Co., 77-'19 Asylum. Cue, S. S. & Co. 9 8 Asylum, J'M&man & Jla.'l .!lo 282 Main. i'&rnhaw .6:; Ba.nulll, 283 l::ltate. King, ll. W.,lM State, KinK, Z. .P., \18 Asylum. Poe&se, II. & Z. K., 229--2'2-4 State. Seyril our, D. !II., lf:l!:l & Hil Commerce. & Lehnema.n 2lli Sta.te. Wilcox, H. B.,16S ll'ront.. Woodrpl!', Jose phS., 233 State, LOUISVILLE, :KY. Board, Benj11.mln 8.,--. FranCke & Eller, 4'M Main, Ultlruiohn Allen & Co ......_ lloyt, FiagJC & Co., 107 and 109 Se<:oP.d. Mayer .Brother1, 204 .Firth. Robinson, A. L A G. 48 .Fourth, Pro.Ue, U., & Oo., 17 Kast Flfth. Hobioaon tt: Willett., 141 aud 148 Thlrd atreet. Spalding, D., & 8 o n1, 20!}-211 Chapel, Watlr.in!! W. -WlcU, (;t, W ., 102 1rlaln. Willett, J. S., 127-129 'fblrd. L YNCHH'URG, Sou & Co .. 113 ltlcDILulel & lrby. Hclver & :Uurch, 70 l\laln. Mour e, Jone3 & ltllller, 147 ?tlai.n. Ruck:cr, A.ll'J 188 Main. 'l'ytee1 J. lf. &; Co. lUEltiPHIS, TENN. Ake,ma.nu, K, 198 lo'ron t NE\VARK, N .T. Camp \.Jell, & Co Ufi Broad. LA.. Mcniel, Chas. (.J, & Cu., 81 Uag&slne. PETERSHUilG. VA., Brownley, llurt.on & Co. 9'J Sycamore. i'iiber, James, Jr. Garland, A. B. & Co. Harris, G., C elDtre Wlll'ehouse. Mcllwa.lne, J, 1F.1 79 Sycamo re. Tar'lnahill, Mol. lwai.ue & Co. J .11:., & Oo., 3 Iro n Fron\, Syeamore. Venable, J, :ll., & Co., Basin MUla, YQung, K. A.&Uro., 4 Iron Front. Sycamoro. .PHJLJl.DELPHIA.. I'ODAOOO WARKflOUSES: Armskong A .t R., 51 South Front:-'" B oldln & Wartman, 106 North Water. Buclmor, McCu.lllmo n &-Co, :n North W"ater. Cou1tney & Sonl 11 South Front. Doll:an & Talh, North Woter. Mever1 0. !(,., 62 North Front, Mebov;ell & Dumcan.! 8 9 North Wa.ter. Sa.nk1 J. Rinaldo & "o., Sl North WatQr,J Vatterlein & Cpen caD forward n1 their a:oodl "1 OIITD," withonl .prepaymeolo of Ule ex clio tax. WJ.'M'!I, GlV111f & Co., ClnN, w ... o:rT! &: Co., Pad11eah, X,., NewOrluu, LL BROW !I", DtJl("UUQK & Co., w .. c. w ... 'l"1"8 & Co.L lnnnW., lnd. LheJ'P(M)I "IIAI WATTS, CRANE & CO., I'OR TlD I.U.. OY Tobacco, Cotton, and Western Produce. No. 43 Broad St., New-York. made on conl!llgnmenta to our houec iD Liverpoo l, W. C. WatU:&Co. 16-68 WM. AG;NEW & SONS, Tobacco and Commission Merchants, 284. and 2S6 Front KEW"FOBH., II ... VB OK SJ..L"I .J.LL DZSClUnlONB Oil' Liar Tobacco far Export and Home Use. Ler.f Tobacco b&!ed in any package by hydrau-press for exporl. 14-62 J. T. SULLI'f.l."!( & BltO., J OHN .MURPHY, Cincinnati, 0., N!iWYork. lliHILTON, New-York. SULLIVAN, MUR!'HY & CO., TOBACCO FACTORS .A:MD OfDmmisaiDn Ttrdmnts, .,, No. 1..03 etreet.-NMr liu.oTel' Square, NEW-YOJ:!.K. .t.l.IIO, Recei vera of 1tU11n t!Dg Tob&ocos. PALMER & SCOVRLE, Suooeuors to \ SJIITH, I' ALJIIIER & CO., C,oro.m\sy,\on or' :teafNo .. l70 Water-otreet, L. PALMER, """'W ..,llD'lr A. B. SCOVILLI. t n"Zt J; 'U'J.\iU. OONNEOTIOUT SEED-LEA!' WRAPPER, Of our O'tfn 200 Caseo (10 M. each) Domestic Cigars on ftl Consignment. F. L. BRAUNS & CO., .lJID DEALERS, ETC. KREMELBERG L co !lamb"" L., & Co., 3 N octh Watoc. Uli 'I Batchelo r Hrothel'l!1 387 North Third, TOBACCO .Hremer, Lewis & S o n, North Tbird. Jobu, 18 Nortl.r Sl.-th, M_ ,%. f. Elohuol< '"' No"h Thlcd. Hgcn, Boyd k Co., Gl Nortb '1'bird. :llare, 'fhomas, 4\14-603 North Second. H"'W MI Whell, Tevis .t Co., 21 N :>rth Tidrd, Zt' ...... -ROBERT S. BOWNE, H. W. HUNT & co., I SANDERS & STUART, 65 souTH-sTRE.ET. NE.w.-YoRK. Tobacco Commission Tobacco, Cotton, & Genmal Merchant, 161 wATER-sTREET, Commission Merchants ASD Tobacco Factors 28 SOUTH WILLIAM ST., BOLE AGENT FOB HODGE'S & !Uji'O'S CELEBRATED SMOKING TOBACCO, BEVERLEY c 8NDil.IIS, l NEW-YORK .EDWARD '{ 81'U.!.RT f It fl. Lowry, "Eiq Pre;st Natlooa-1 Bank of 'the Repul>llc, N. Y,; Me.Mca.. lluneiW1 Bhenuan ;I; Oo.., CHOXCE li0-101 VIRGINIA AND NORTj CAROLINA TOBACCO. JOSIAH MACY'S. SONS, 169 & 191 FRONT STREET. ACENTS FOR THE SALEOF .. VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLJNA Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco. CITY OF NEW-YORK sEED-LEAF TOBACCO INSPECTION. WAREHOUSES: Nos. a7, 39, 74, 76, and 78 Greenwichst., and 92 Barclay& t --!1!1:--TOBACCO INSPEOTED OR SAMPLED. Certlfic3les ginn tor every cnse, and delivered ca!e br ca.se, lll to number or eertlfica.te. Storage and Labor Lowest Rales. No Cotton Stored with Tobacco. .J:r. B.-I allo ampl6 in N&rclw.ntls1 own-doru. SEED-LE.A..il' F C L I N D E 'I'OBACCO INSPECTOR & "W" AREHOUSEM:AN OFFICE, 76 GRJJENWIOH-STREET. ===== VIGELIUS & SEYMOUR, TOBACCO 182 and 184 Wu.r .u:u VIGtuus. i Ciu RLIIi:S T. f PEARL-STREET, DOH.AN1 CARROLL & 'CO., TOBACCO Commission Merchants, No. 104 Front-st., NEW-YORK. U. s. Bonded Waroll.onse; ll:ld Collection Diatrlot. OATMAN & REID, & co., Il!PORTXRS o HAVANA Leaf Tobacco, 166. WATER-STREET, J., CIJ.TK.Uf, } 02Q .. ll', &all), NEWYOHK. TOB.A:CCO COMPRESSED IN BALES, :roR rnE .Me.xican, W estJndia, Central America. J....''m OTIIEn MARK ET S. Also, repacked in hhds, at short notice1 by CUTHRIE, & CO., 225 Front Street, N.Y. ESTABLISHED 18136 Nos. 140 Pearl-st. & 106 Watel'-St., 29-81 '(Near Wallttreet,) CMAS. B. FALLENSTEIN SON, TOBACCO AND OENEltAL Conunission Merchants, NO 56 FRONT-ST., N. Y. Agenb t o r WM. Diti\NllT'S SOKS li m ArP.Icor. Jl(s Fono.al':MI!:Mor, }is. GART'ii'Il lbs. DJI.RK. I S..a.rLOR'I'l D-st.tOB'l'-Nk'rY. LI'M'l.. Me. AAA, lOs. l8ABO:LL.!. 1 lOs, JULIAN Commission ALLEN, Merchant, Tobacco, Cotton, and. Genera l AllD DR..LL E R lN .!Uo XISD9 Oi' LEAF VIRGINIA SMOKING TOBACCOS, ROSE, WHITE CLOUD, HEARTS' LONE STAR. I '7-"sti JOI, )", C.I.RROLL. JOS, HOY, J<. !O:V"B.'( JOSEPH HOY &..-co., Commission Mercha.ptj;, No. 126 Pearl-street, NE"W-YORE:. a.. oo., No. 36 Ferdu.lo-&tree,t, TOBACCO, / D. IT, 0ALnWIN1 N e,,-.York I. -!' CtlllloHN GS, ll. BRIGUUl, Oa. D. M. UoL8r D. H. BALDWIN & CO., Cotton and Tobacco Factors, AKD General Commission MerchAnts, NO, 178 PEA.RJ,oSTREET, ...... NEW-YOIRL 3. B. COLT. 4 cedarstreet, New-York, Iii .. _. Ouey1 (;udlltlll'tl & Oo., 66 Maiden-Lane. 1M IJr.U:I#kl' .t 94 BMkman, amoat H. D., 'lC. i'u1ioD, e i-, GD"eel Importation, !.. lfMoh; A. Jl. if -. fa 'kd or 4'7 paid, 1n loti to tult purchuen. ---1 an B .. Ohe.,nui., :r. L. BRAUNS .t CO., WiUb&UI, K 201' North li'l'ODt. lt'e, 11 Chtapllde, Baltimore, NEW-ORLEANS. TOBAcco, Commission Merchants No. 45 Water Street, Cn .. u. !-L Co::-rnOLLY, Jn.,} LEAF TOBACCO .\ND -..ptr. blty Tobacco WorD, 7lS nowur. QhselmaD, J. u., 108 St.an\On. libl.uder, A., A: Co., 114, 116 and 11T Ltbertr. 89t\A, &., & Bro., 1SS aud 18.') Duane. flloua.Wlll, W. ll. 1: 00., 201 and m Water. Kall, Jo1eph, 7G lJa.r.:::Jay, Ba.rt.corn, John A.., Hla PearL llliTIIlh. .Q.., A Uo.,160 JUrt,cbboru1 Wm.. A Co., 9 O l dUp. H>, .1: Oo., """ PearL J&MbJ', Sii'mund1 l!iiJ; Pearl. K.etlner, L., 11 Wllliaw. LUieDLhal, O.IJ,, 211, 219', and 2211fubi11Jtor&enbur.:, 4ft Llbertr. Nlll\li&ll, o., Llbertr. Z.Ur, i'. 11., Ul t+rand. )U.NUP ... OTOR:I.R8 Ol!' llli:KRSC!U.UM: l"JPSII, IA!duber& A 6 Joba. 01' HAV ...LN..L OIO..LBI. SU:wrin1 A. 1: Co., 61 Droad. LlOORlCJ: P .A.B'l.l D:&J.LJ.al, Pranela, A. P., 1Q1 'Water, .. t:-t Clay-street. DLOO.Lti.P.LiiiLD, CQf'!.N. P ... .AND DlUJ.J:.Ri. 1'111t71 1. lil .' ,l Oo. BOSTON. IU.NUFAC:ruaxas, I-re. .._'kett, i'. n. 1: Co.,U Central Wharf. JlroWD, D. 8. A Co., 8 1 a.nd 82 HroiA. Cam>thi! l:J. i: Vo., 4lJ Hano ver, (;)lark, rewer & 8oru, 14. Ma.rktl I. A. E., 28 North Marke,. Jhavenport; J.t.. Jr., 107 i'urchaae, )kJ.Do't'a.n, L., u'l a.nd 40 Ha.nover, :Eekle;y1 .... A., 12 Cenu-aJ. Wharf. J'i.bar .t: Co., 28 Central Wbar/, lamael & .Brother, ti CourHquare. ....,Jiiurrlll Oo., 9 Obaoge-anAue, laamr.D.Il Brotben Ill Unlontreet. "Wawman, Geo. Co., 16 Oeot.ra.l WUr/. ...,._.,,II. '- ll g,., llmti-Jirttl. /. I PITTSBURGH, PA. ... '"' Gruier, J'olm, 11W WKter. FOR THE SALE OF JAs .M. GA.nnnnm, 1t:nldulon, R. & W., 6 Federal. .lhii'aW, E. & Oo., 81 SL.. l'lalr. PHOVIDHNCE, B. I. .k C o. l., 16S N orth Second, Oblies, Bassett & Co., 88 North Second. DameronlJrolhera& Co.,166 North Seccnd, Dieterlchs, L. A.. & Bros, 33 North Third. Darmlucr, C. k R. & Co., 12<1 North Jallr. & Morell, M North S&."Qnd, JriedmanJ M. & Co., 85 Nol"th Stconll. J'abnton1 i'. & Co. US Oli-..o. 6& D&usman, 12 South Second, Mullen, Edward F., 164 North Main. Otte, Hoema.nn & Co., 100 Tbird. Roddy, J'11ome1, 103 NorU1 Samuel, JC. M.,106 North Secood, &hroeder & llartung, 180 North Maio, TiemeYer, J. C 1 10 South Second, Virden, Samuel, 61 Commercial, A. H. CARDOZO & CO., TOBACCO No. 169 Front Street, A H. C .umor:o, } 0. H, ANDVLSO:f1 J'JUW: DROST, -NEW-YORK :Particular attention paid to the lall Of DthU 1H2 Wettetn Produe. HEALD & MILLER, TOBACCO NO. 176 WATER-STREET, NEW-YORK.. lf.P.Rr:t"OL VIRGINIA TOBACCO WORKS. PRINCE 8t l:tEIDELBERCER, .. OJ' -Plug, Twist, & Fancy To basco, .A...'Ut ALSO @:nn.tmi!lJtcu No. 340 Peal'l-trect, 54 GAIL : AX & KUCHL_ER, Tobacco and Commission House. DEPOT OF G. W. GAIL & AX'S lANUF.ACTURES, BALTIMORE. 173 & 175 Water Street, !6-b4 lONAS, ISAAC & CO., ..... FOREIOIN DOMEST.IO = LEAF TOBACCO, NO. 178 WATER-STREET, NEWYORK, L iber..l cn.sh made on conllgnment'.. .l'l-M. H. MESENGER & CO., nurontans l>:U.LDB a FOREIGN&. DOMES'tlC TOBACCO, ..... 11o\.on "N\ '6, 161 o1: 163 MAlDEN-LANE, lr, T. JlU1tT.OIS'&l'I"GE111 1 Blf'D( lo. J.Uio, .... 'l'ROS. .. x--..o-, I 'W'ol. .&.CO!f 1 ..{. W. GUT1 0. :I.OJ.CDI', 11", U.IJDlOU, W, D. \;\.ox{' IKl'Ol:t&nS l.ND DEJ..LDS 11( Scotch, Ge1mun, and Dutch y Foreign and Domestic Leaf Tobacco, Also, Importers and Manutaettlrera of SECARS, No. 14 7 Waterstrcet, 2!1-M NEWYORK, THE CITY TOBACCO .AGENCY,_ No. I 08 Front Street, NEW YORK, G. ,V, Hillman & Co., Commission Merchants, .AND AGENTS J'OB "l'lm BALli 01!' TOBACCO, Have always on hlllld> a largo assortment of Mann tactured Tobacco. _. For l!lala on liberal terms. l U '"NciliroN, .. &. Tobacco & Cotton Factors: Am> 4Senmt .Dl'trrltants, NO. 40 BROAD-STREET, IIS-80 NE,VYORK. SPENCER BROTH ERB, YJonwu4dton/ ef!etckan!J o DEALERS IN TOBAttQ, !>EGARS, AND leaf and Manufactured Tobacco 172 WATER.STREET, 1omr B. Ro:utliSOK, lou H. G.urn. NEW-YORK. DU BOIS, VANDERVOOR! & CO., .., J'OR TnE SALE o:r leaf and Manufactured Tobacco 37 Water Street, Cornelius Du Bois, } l oocph D. Vanderroon, 'll' LI.D:l?" Carlot A. Butler. 14:-26 1'tJ1t 'l'f'-: 'U"J.\J.\, lt l.:iu"';.Iw. u. v. i'oo.:W Uf>t: ll4"'; TON, Ill;'' R New-York; Gto U t-:vnnEv ,Jie, Ind.; \V.M. ll. \VILLI.lliS, Cal houn and 01\ 'o:'n!l.buro, l nd, -. Howard, Prestons & Barrett, Commission NEWORLEANS, LA. w. H. FREY, Dli:.!.LF..K AND COl!MTSSlO:I UlfkCH.l'JT Jll (l[.inars, tit; .. No. 189.PEARL STREET, (UP STAIRS,) Between Malden Lane and Cedar New .. York. Just l'"eccived, a large qua.ntlty of Penoylvanl& Le&f ToUaoeo. S0-6& MciLWAINE &Co., -GENERAL Commission Merchants For the or Produce AND PURCIU!E OF MERC[\.ANDISE GE."fll:RALLY. No. 79 Front.!street ......... NEW-YORK. lHJ.RTIN & of Petenburg,..Va. l[cJLW.liK1t & Ocj,1 or Petertburg1 Ya.. 88!59 SAWYER, WALLACE & CO., Commissioa Merchants, No. 47 Broad Street, 15-58 R.D.OBER, York. NEWYORK. .h. l', v......... t ... '' .,_ .... Jos S NANSON, I N P II'0:-! St. Louis. SHIPPING FUHS, N_ANSON & CO., :#o. rs uttaiden CommiSSIOn Merchants T. H. SPENCER,} I. L SPENCER, fflfiVSllll;(ll'l\ No, 58 BROAD S'r. UEI!r, C C. SPENCER. 29.& "'7 ;ill ll. SCHUBART & co., Importers of and Dealers ln fill kiDdl of Leaf Tobacco, NO. WATER-STREET, (Near H. Scnmu.nT, I], li'RIKlli.I.J.N. NEW-!f}Rlt ARKENBURGII BRYAN, 35. and 37 Broad St., I NANSON, OBER &i CO., ST. Louie. OBER, ATWATER & CO., NEwORLYANe. JOSEPH HICKS, Commission Merchant, r ..1m DJUt.D Dt I MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, No. 82 WaterStreet. NEWYORK, DANIEL H. LONDON, GENERAL Commission Merchant, Thirteenth St., Richmond, Va., Otren for sa.le several or celebrated Vlrglnla. Springs. ParUcular attention pa.ld to tb,: Sale o.nd Purchase of a.U Jdnd1 of Tobncco, and the adjust.ment of chlluts aJZalnst M.erehanta au,d 82-58 RAWSON, BRIDGLAND & CO., MALLORY & DONNAN, J. Jt. W.Ylf.l!. L, A, HAVNJ:S, .GENERAL COMMISSION TOBACCO & COJ.TON ForwarclingMerchants, ;f. E; HAYNES & SONS, TOBACCO FACTORS No. 5 W.ATER-STREET, :::Ka. N' \1'8lo.rk 'tRy, or produce, etc., solicited. Strict NEW YORK.. attention paid to the pur<:hase oC Me:ccbandile, do. 29W General Commission Merchants, NO. 41 BROAD-STREET, Jill .AND GE:!iERAL _..,. Commission Merchants, -ll-iT JI'O R TUB S..U.JJ: 01' Manufactured and LeafT obacco, Ootton, Flour, Grain; Naval Stores, etc., 91 WATER-STREET, PETe S Uuorr, } W.11. 11, PrucK, EDWL'( P. llhRCH. 1>3-78 NEW-YORK. CLEMII;:NT READ, .o-tt .!YD DJLlLER lN VIRGINIA AND WESTERN L EAF MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, LICORICE, CUM, etc., No. 80 .Front-atreet, N.Y. JOSEFB BALL, Manufacturer, Segar :76 parclaystreet, N. Y. CITOICE SEGARS, READY FOR IMMEDIATE. USE, Alwayl! on Ha11d. _if_ I GOLD VALUES OF FOREIGN COINS Great Brlta.iD.-. pound .... ,, ................. ........ et.MtO 111. shilling ... ,,................ ... .. 0.24,2 ld. penny: ..... .. 0.0!,0(1) Francelfr. franc O.lS,G lc. centime ....... ,, 0.00,1($) Amlterdam, RotterdUt, etc.-1ft. florin or I:Uildcr .. let. CCllt ... .... ................ .. 0.00.4 Brcmen-lrth. rlx thaler .... ..;. ...... .. .. 0. 'lSJ( lgrt. grote,., .................... ; .. .. Hamburg, Lubec. etc.-1m. ma.rc banco. 0.=.815.0 bch. achellini'... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 0.02,1 FOBBIO'K Wztall:'l'I.-A kilogrAmme equala lbe.; a Bremen pfand equala t.09909lba. i a pfu.nd equata 1.067\JS lbs. avolrdupola. T'lBAOOONISTS NATIONAL ASSOCIATION. ITS A.CTlON ,j,T COOPER HBTITUTE CONVBl':TIOlC RE.VIEWED-REP.LY TO THE iECBETA.lLY 1 liB, EDWARD BURKE, fJ011TlNU1t.D LI:T no one suppose til at the to.rmera or this free countr.)' would be in bettr condi tion if the claims put forth by Mr. Burke wel"e recognized. Every thing would be turned into n monopoly by legilllation to enforce tbe '' prerogatl ve of t.helaao o.t'actturet .' t Let u look into tho proceedings of thio oon ventiun, nnd' Whtit wa.s iiLtempted last se&sion. ltd president, M.r. WilliaLU E. Law .. renee, thus ijpea..ks to it, in Lis remli.rk:t as the presiding otticer : ; H W nen, abOllt a year siDcc, we met in conveuti&n, the object of Whioh was &iU'lillLr tO that of thd one now aseem ... .i.' was determined to u'se aU po .. s'ib!e to induce the Government to tLe tax od tobacco from tth & mauutactured article to 'the Afte1 tho termination of t..hu.t convQntion1 a uplJointed, by authority of !'Stim.ated on the leaf instead of the manufootarea. We have reason to be lieve a majority Of tlle committee were in favor of our plan, aa was also the Seoretary o.f the Treal}ury, Mr. Ft!a&enden. 'rb.e dirtchairman of the Committee .of Ways and M.ans, Hon. Thaddeus Stevena, fu.voted onr views, and introduced a bill io. tLe House iil aid ot' the movement. Unbap pi1y, .twwe,er, he thought it to insert in his bill a clause whicb. at onoe_JJr9ved fatal to our intere"it s in the las t Congress-a cluuse which n.ut.hori1oed n. tax on exported tobacco.'' As_., the .same claims will, be renew'ed "the present .sesaion '1 let U&, 1.ook into tbill bill of Mr. Stevens, that we may seo what would have been its on the to bacco'" grower, botb with end without the clause authorizing an export tax. The le.tid ing ot' the bill are as foijowl!l1 quoting from memory: I. Leaf tobacco was to be taxed from twenty to thirty cent.s per pound. 2. All existing taxes on manufactured tobacco were to bo repealed. t. j 3. A bonus of twenty-five cents per pound was 'to be allowed the man q.facturer for all manufactured tobacco. exported by him. 4. An export duty ofoen"ts per pound was to levied on all leaf tobacco exported 'l'Le amount of this export duty is not recol lected. .a.--nrw <:la.ya a:fte'twfU'da'Yr. Stevens int.ro d uced another bill, very in its pro visions, but still, under its pyovisionB leaf tobac. co would have been l
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J therefore both the Government and the manufacturer are to be armed v th ke high a.nd arb trary powers that tl e Enghsh conn c I confer ed on the patentees of the monop ol es under El zabeth If manufacturers as IS nl eged by Mr Burke now llegally and fraudulently sell one half of the manufac tured tobacco IU VJolat on of the e:mtrng law who does not see tbe h gh powers es sent al to the enforcement of due respect to t1 ese prerogat vee of the manufacturers? But let us see upon what grounds these assumpt ons of prerogat ve are put forth It s alleged that t!fe manufacturers pay the taxes to tl o Government The Govern, ment calls upon the manufacturers for the ta.x It stands fnoe to face w th them It co.lls upon them o.lone there s no m ddle man bet veen tbe quest on lEI not between Government a.nd producers t s between Government and manufacturers therefore they should have a perpetunl I en on the entre consumpt on of the country they should dwtate what m ght be used It Is the r ndefeaatble r ght under the o stances We d ssent altogether They pay taxes on what they se I only not on the entire cons m pt on of the country As well nught the mpo ter put fort'I I ke pretens ons or the wool manu acturer on all woollens make 1 kc ass mpt ons But lS th s tax a gratu ty! Who repays t to tbem w tl a p otit on the advanced tax too but the con au mer 1 Ask the com\nruer of tobacco wbeth er be che ;vs o smokes wha.t s the d ffer ence to h m now and before the mternal tax and t} e answer will susta n the declarat on that the pr1ce em braces more than the ta.x If tl e tax were a. grato ty to Government on tl e r pa t there m ght be some stow of J st ce m sucl pretens ons But the con snmer sa party who s carefully kept out of s ght by Mr Burke In a word these cia ms to p erogat ve are most extraord oary B t we ad e the bo dness of the r statement for the spec al pr v leges demanded are ask ed for w th less honesty by otter manufac turers under a. gu se of protect on w ben already sbar ng an annual dtvtdend of from forty to s1xty five per cent 'l'O JIB CONCLUltllD. THE TOBACCO MARKET DOME!i'UC New Torll: Mal"ch 61:h TnE market for We.olern Leaf Is w thout any marked mpro:vemeut, and bus ness s duller -tban t has been before 1 several years The same tendenc es that operate to depress all other branches ot bus ness are felt w th equal force n the tobacco market To these may also be added tl e proepecttve d stu rbanc e of pr ces by add tonal legtsla ton and the recent unfavorable news from tho European markets w th the return of some 1300 hhds from England unsold 1 he sn.les for the week have been ns g mficant, compr s ng only about 100 hbds The sadden fiuctuat on In gold has complete ly checked all Is ge operat ons 45 I bds sold at $7 a $24 42 I hds at $12 a $19M 80 hhds at $6 a $25 10 bhd at $20 a $27 Mauufactu ers are boy ng but very spar ugly the whole sales last month both for manufactur ng 9.nd export, mount ng to scarcely 1 200 hhds Vy Mess 'S N e !son & N cl ols :WONTRLY STJ.TElll:NJ OF TBll ti.K V YORK AND BR.OOK. f-YN TODA.CCO NSPECT ON Ky V&NC. Oh <'. Md DhUil. Illl.ds B ds. Bb.ds. t;t.ocks ntheNew Yo k In pe "wo.rehouse, :r b 1 866 20 75li 823 ll 1 8 Rect:ldmO 198 1819 B_lT 200 1T 11 9 1 B ook yo k Feb 1 lSeG eecttFcb8 8 I8 2 D do Aia h 1 18 Grand total n N e warehouses March 1st 9 013 York nnd Brooklyn 1866 27 891 hhds d e SG5 Sa.me d te lSIJ-1 l hds 2[tG19 16 6{13 STA'l'EME!'i'l' Ol SPAN SH .TOBACCO YA a Olenrs na es Da ell. s ... -Ha. ana. Cuba. Sagua. Bo. 1 DB 8 Bales 3 33Z 251 800 34 s 16 60 6 1B36 47 16 2995 8896 "" 79 1921 00 347 Ba.me time 18M 1 2 2 8 13 420 lli ffi ghts -Engagements nclude tbe fol low ng to London 60 hhds at 30s to Bremen per steam&r 100 cs. at SOc Nq charters for tobacco Forel{}n Exclwnge IS nact ve B lls at s xty days on Londom are quoted at 107t a lOst for commero al lOst a lOSt for bank ers Par s at 60 days 5 25 a 5 20 Ant'lcrp 5 2o a 5 2lt Hamburg 36 a 36! An!liter dam 40Jj a 40t :'Frankfort a 40f Bremen 78 a 78i Golil-Cios ng q111otat on 133Jj (dnt.y p&ld) do d d o -M @B.'l 16 @ 26 01@ 7 10 {a} 11) -20 @25 -Hi @20 -4t(g)6 -10 @l:i -20@20 16 20 @ 6 8 @ 8 ... -96 -. -M @300 @100 @ 110 @ 110 r:i2 ,.._ 2il N BOKD <>5 00@ so 00 so 00@ 00 8600@ 00 500@ 3600 iOOO@ 8000 18 00 @ 2{j 00 1800@ 2500 10 00@ -90@ -90@ -81> 90@ -60@ 24@ ---42;@ @ @ 20@ -21@ -28 -28@ 28@ -20@ -20@ 1n curreoc;r -8G @ RECEIPTS. Arnvals nee t.he 26th ult. 108 bbds 6o42 pkgs cons gmed as fo lows By r> !road C B Fallenstern & Son 2 hbds B C Baker Son & Co 3 Kremel berg & Co 4 Bacon Clardy & Co 6 Fat man & Co 5 Goodman & M 1 R L Mat and & Co 6 Murre! Caruth & Co 6 Dessauer 69 cs C ann 66 do Flor da, and 00 bxs mf T 11 Vetterlen & Co 118 pkgs J T Barr s 74 Ga1l Ax & K. SS Durm z e r & Co 81() G Tucker 2 Bunzl & Dor n zer 123 H H S 18 F tZ0erald & 14 Oelr cbs & Co 5 4 vanous con s gnecs by Hudson ra !road 176 S N Pike lo From Baltimore Bulkley & Moore 5 pkgs J T Harr s lo6 Gail A.x & K 21 E sber & H 46 .M Rader & Son 7 hhds. R L Ma tland & Co '6 E M Crawford & Co 12 From V rgm a and North Carol na He ne ken & Pa more 20 pkgs. J T Harr s 698 A C Hatch 70 L v gston Fox & Co 240 Bulkley & Moore 91 Dubo s Vandervoort & Co 220 M Read 100 S Lesberger 180 Ga 1 Ax & K 112 J M P tee 8 March P ce & Co tiO S A Woodson 81 Heald & Miler 14 1annah II Mel & Co 62 C Lu ng & Co 13 bhds order 10 72U pk0s E J IV hitlock 17 Bacon Clardy & Co 10 W P K ttredge & Co 103 7 hbd, \ C Rose 41 pkgs F1sber & H 276 Pax on s & Sons 11U6 J D Evans 96 W H G bson 117 1 hhd Dohan Carroll & Co 1061 pkgs De Ford Thayer & Co 37 From Savannah Koop S & Co 8 pkgs Arr vals of leaf for the month of February 1511 hbds aga1nst 13Ui hhds for sam e month last yeall. Rece pts of \ trgm a las\ month 204 hbd!l: mostly for re sh pmeut Rece pts of Southern manufactured tobacco for February 13 707 pkgs agamst 7006 pkgs n January A large _part of t wo.s 10 trans t for Cal orn a and other markots JllPORtS Arr vals of fore gn leaf and c gars for the week oclude the JolloW1IIg coos gn nents From Havana Oatman and R e d 69 bales leaf Gomez, Walls & Co 80) M & E Sa lomon 80 Jansen &hm dt lki Co 41 J E de Santos 285 L Schwarzenburger 17 Ch chester & Co 187 H Kn gbt, 126 F M randa 145 1 c gars C E M !bank 1 cs H Blc msen 1 E Zalzar 1 J C BOJ ey 1 C Ludman & Co 1 R Ascosta 2 J DanVIII 1 P 1Iaxo., 6 C H Trum bull 5 Thomas & Brother 4 B nge Bur !ago & Co 1 F Probst, B C Lui ng & Co 1 Kunhardt & Co 6 G W Faber 11 Schroder & Bon 4 Watt & G lsey 3 G M I ngton 1 M & E Salomo 8 R E Kel ey & Co 34 I Hendr ek & Co 1 Pu dy & N cholas 4 L E Am Block* Co 8 Wetzlar-& Brothers 5 J Bucher & Co S W H Le s 40 Kre nelberg & Co 6 S L v ngston & Co 3 Do !ncr Potter & Co 1 C J\. Stetson 2 bxs A Lac! e meyer 2 o der 1 -cs lmpo ts at th s port for tl e week end g March 2d 549 pkgs leaf valued at $11 681 and c gars of the value of $33 854 Imports of leaf smce Jan 1 4493 pkgs agarnst 340 pkg.:; for sa ue t me last year Tl e value of c gars Imported s nee January 1stis $154 289 agamst $80 558 for same t me m 1S6o EXPORTS 1 1 9 339 258 H6 608 IGO From New York to fore gn ports for the 1 011;1 4GIJ S1 week ending February 28 To Br.,..n-22 hhds value $2 800 146 THE TOBACCO LEAF. cs $6 950 83 seroons 1!>655 1 bx snuJl' $50 Total %J.O 45u Rottordam-61 hbds $7 815 8 600 lbs. mf $200 Total $1 o15 hhds $2'1 101 $1 400 11202 lhs mf $1 400 $29 918 46 cs Total cs $400 101 482 lbs mf $32 713 Total $38 113 W88t Indus-8 cs. $770 II' 478 $1268 rota! $2 038 JJan sh West Ind....,-10 bales $310 lbs mf. $69 6 lo al $1 006 Dutch West Indus-2 hhds $1 205 lbs mf. $8 040 rota! $4 245 Br>t't8h Horuluras-5 bales $f50 1 l bd $834 358 lbs mf $141 Total $625 Cuba-l42u lbs mf $u 100 1 cs c gars $200 Totnl $5 900 Hayt?r-100 bales $2 673 V enezuela.--24 bales $p22 '139 lb s mf $274 Total $796 Ohils Pk(JIJ crutk Lbs r!,( Fd"porta f. w ek 3M 432 38 Sl;ce Jan 8,54 7 S 7 5 866 25 Sa.n e lme 1815 18 1 313 1 226 40 Exports from New York for the month of Februar) Leaf 4000 hhds 382'1 pkgs ant! 871 bhds stems mauufactuted 8'19 982 lbs and 4o4 pkg aga nst 107 883 lbs and 306 pkgs n January the rna n mcrease be ng to Aust ala wb c h race ved 194 300 lbs from th s port alone Total exports of manu factured f om New York Bosto Pb lade! ph a and Baltimore for February 381 97'o lbs 1152 pkgs aga nst 220 019 lbs 1087 pkgs m January Lout.vUle, Mareh lt Onsamos to day 198 hhds w th reJeCt ons of o Sales nclud e 82 hhds .at $3 50 a $4 95 52 ut $5 a $6 90 26 at $7 a $9 80 41 at_$10 a $14 7o 27 at $15 a $19 75 l8 at $20 a $33 25 and 1 hhd 0\Ven county cut t og leaf. at $38 75 OD the 28th ult the m.rket was steady w th sales of 175 hhds and btds on i 7 re Jectcd On the 26th ult the offerrngs were 88 hhd and re;e tons 17 On the 24th ult sales showed a gbt cl n all grades except manufactunng leaf wb ch continues scarce Amount of sales 126 hhds reJect on. 29 27 hhds so d at $3 60 a $Uu 45 .at $6 a $14 75 22 at $16 a $31 and 1 Dsv ess Co old manufactur mg leaf at $36 Cincinnati, l!lareb. 2 Luos aod trash dull low gradee of leaf n fa r demand fine le f firm and brmgmg full pr ccs Sa es of leaf at Bod manns fort he week end ng tb s date 17u hhds, and 75 bxs namely 71 hhds Masoo County lugs and trash-3 at $8 a $4 50 18 at $o a $9 16 at $10 a $15 50 12 at $17 2o a $2" 6 at $23 50 a $38 95 hbds Va-17 at $4 a $6 75 17 at $7 25 a $12 75 23 at $16 a $19 7u 24 $20 a $38 60 8 at $41 a $47 lat $58 50 at $92 1 at $93 25 9 hhds stems at 75c. per 100 lbs 50 bxs Va at $4 a $45 25 bxs Ohio seed leaf at $8 a $12 Sales at Morr s & Chalfa.n s warehouse for the week end ng th s date, compr se 78 hhds and 38 boxes w th reJect ons upon 19 24 hhd Ma.son Co leaf lugs and trash 13 at $4 $5 80 4 at $6 40 a $9 50 6 at $10 50 a $19 1 new at $2o 12 11 ds M ssour -5 at $8 50 a $9 50 7 "'t $10 50 a $16 86 lihds oew Vi estern Va -11 at $4 a $6 75 6 at $12o a $8 50 6 at $9 75 a $14 6 at $15 75 a $20 6 at $21 50 a $88 1 at $88 6 bhds Southern Kentucky -J, at $8 o at $11 50 a $14 50 38 bxs Ob o seed leaf rangiQg from $8 12_ $14 St Lout m:areb lt TnE St Lou s ce Current of th s date reports a steady demand for ]eaf and for all quaJ t es except green f osted nnd the lower grades of lug s ali) ncreased act v ty Pr ces have ru ed firm and u changed Sales of the week have co up sed 17 hhds damaged and green lug s om $3 to $4 70 21 hhds fac tory lugs $5 to $6 oO 9 hbds planters $6 60 to $190 17 common leaf $7 90 to $11 25 11 ed um sh pp ng $11 2o to $14 7o 14 hhds good to fine do $15 to $18 00 4 hl ds com non rnanufactu g l eaf $10 to $18 50 4 med nm do $1.4 2u o $19 05 a d 3 b}lds good to fine do $22 to $29 2o p,er 100 lbs Iu the same t me b ds on 39: hhds ere reJected The market was buoyant to day for nearly a 1 qual es a. fe v outs de buyers rvere n and yery fu 1 poces were real zed Sales at the wn house 02 I l ds and b d s on 13 hl ds vcrc rejected llec pts for tl e week, 33 hhds smce Ja ls 142 hi ds. same t me last year 689 hhds Boton ...-ch 3d SAL s of GO hhd s Western leaf ha e been rna lc tlur n0 ibc 'eek at oc a 2oc. Manufac ured s moderately act vc for tl e local I a de at ful pr ces 'II e better grades arc most sought to Rece pts 61o bxs and 25 hhds 'I he ex ports have been 19:5 ases to Hong Kong 1 bhd to Sur nam 1 pkg o9 bales and 270 ba f bales to Hayt a d 100 bxs to the Prov nccs Exports s nee Sept 1st, 1865 112 hbds 3884 bales and cases and 1956 kegs and boxes Same time commcncmg Sept. Ist, 1864 599 hhds 8848 bales and cases and 4024 kegs a nd boxes Baltbnore ltlareh 3d LEAF s thout much change The de mandcont nueshm ted although there sa. It tle more nqu ry from sh ppcrs Ma .} and s -a.rr v ng mo c freely of wh ch e note rc ce pts of SO hhds ne v crop 40 hhds new crb p sold at $6 and $12 l'e nsylva.ma. seed leaf wrapper s at 27" Con nect cut do at So a 45 Manufactured B u ore act vc. and 500 boxes changed hands at 65 a 75c for black work and $1 a $1 25 for br ght Exports dunng the week, 21 24o lb leaf. to Port au Pr nee va ue $5 55U Imports 28 pkgs c gurs value $39a3 Exports dur ng the month of Februaty to Port Span 12 413 11 s leaf. value $3007 to Barbadoes 989 lbs manufactured $494 and w Port au Pr nee 21 245 lbs l eaf $o 559 Lyochbttra Va March 3d SALES a.re light n.nd confined to lugs good leaf. The Repuol can of th s date s ums up the nd c:l.L ons of the market ns fol o vs lhere las been more acbv ty a.t the are ] ouses dur ng the pa.st week than for several weeks prev ous No mportant sales Qave been lMde but il e general feel ng of the market -as nd.icn.ted by the rev ews of the week, possesses that so t of steadine ss f: on wh ct one 1s nclined to look for nn advance f any chn.nge occurs at a! RlcJ mood March 3d YESTERDA1 33 hhds sold as follows 4 at $2 50 a $6 50 o t $7 7o a $8 7o 8 at $10 2o a $15 6 at $16 a $20 9 at $21501." $31 Four lots loose at 50c 55c $4 20 and $8 50 respect vely On the let nst 36 I hds were put up at auot on and sold 5 bbds at $5 10 a $7 2o 11 at $6 uO a $11 50 8 at $ 12 50 a $11 9 $18 a $24 at $30 1 gt $40 50 and 1 at $5o On the 28th nit 69 hhds were offered and 63 sold a s follows 17 hh'ds at $6 a 312 75 23 at $18 a $17 18 at $ 18 a$26 8 at $30 a t3t5o 1 On the 27th ult. amounted to 45 hhds w th reJect ons on 7 On the 2611 nit 78 I Dds w ere sold at c rrcnt rates With rejections of b ds on 4 Peterburg March 2d Goon and sound grades are rn demand at full rates but mfer or and damaged qual ttes are dull Sales the lst nst 32 hl ds at $3 37 a$35 One lot loose at $3 60 On the 27th ult 2 hhds were sold at $6 50 a $7 50 and 2 lots loose at $4 50 a $8 On the 26th ult 4 hhde were sold at $5 20 a$11 ltlobtle February 24th Cml:wnw s better and sates have been made at 25c a SOc for common 60c a 65o for rned um and 90c a $1 for fine Smok ug contwnes dull at 50c a 70o from first hands Rece pte II s week 80 uxs. season 6095 bxs NewOrlean Februar.y 24th ns the mannfactnrers though they may not now IJe ongaged IU the bus ness of manufac tnnng 'I Tobacco n the hands of a manufac tnrer,..tnade pr or to tl e estabJ shment a collect on d str ct or subsequent tkereto must, before the same IS used or ramo ed for consumptiOn be mspected marked w th the date of the nspect on and the name of the nspector When snc l tobacco s s.old consumed or removed for cons rop I d'ii or sale o removpd from the place of manufacture (unlees removed to a bonded warehouse o sh pped n bondJ tl e tax a:ccrnes thereon and on nnd afte the day of March 1866 the tax on all such to be assessed and collected accord to tbe rates of duty rnpose l by t ho exc se law now n force, or wh ch may hereafter be m force at the t me of so.lo re moval etc 8 The same rules substant ally apply to all other manufactures and products except cotton and spmts of turpent no ns are herein gtven conce n n g the taxat on of to bacco E A RoLLINs Comm ss on or IKPORTANT DECISIONS S.ALES OF SOUTHERN 'lOBACOO A.F'.CER MARCH 1rrERE s bnt very 1 ttle do ng n leaf the sales s nee o r last report, of tbe 14th nst 1ST compr s ng 50 bbds of wh ? b 38 were on ; speculat on and the reet for c ty trade T!IB large tobacco 'house of Jacob Heald Rece pts e nee same date 212 hhds Ex & Co of Bait more have made the follow ports, -We quote low and good refused res and obta ned tbe fOllo v ng $7 a $10 common and far leaf $14 tl $17 ply as to the tobacco tax BARBER'S CELEBRATED Patent Segar Machtne. = PATENTED .JUNE 24th 1862 348 PEARL STREET NEW YORK Z S BARBER, Sole Agent for the United Statea Tl e above Ma Une as betiln n suoo saful ope a.t on fo ov r fi e yea.rs ln h 11 c y Brook yn V la.mabu g and ls whe e o be entire sat sfac oD. or bose ualng them and an be aeen &t 348 Pea. s eet. I we gbs but.l4 JIM a.nd c.an be ope a ed by a. cbl d 12 o lf years of age. ONE HAND can tum ut. trom to 1800 fine se ga 11 pe day lS!l-79 Buchanan & l yall, SEDGWICK -STREET, good do $11 a $20 fine and cho oe selec Inquu es were propounded as fo!lows t oos $24 a $30 lsl If a party res ihng n a d etr ct lately Stock on the 2Sd mst 3 532 hh ls n Insurrect on who s the owner and maker Brooklyn Manufactured ts unchanged and sound of a. parcel of manufact ured tobacco wh oh m:anntactnren oc tlte collowl.na Celebra and fresh Western and V1rgw a continues n bas been decla ed free from tax f sold and fa r demand at full rates Pounds bright consumed wtth n any ns rrect o a y d s range from 50o to $1 50 accord ng to qual tnct, sells the same w t n such nsurrec ty Br ght hn.lf pounds sell at 90c a $1 t onary borders for Mnsmption o resale dark do at 60e a 75c 5s and lOs at 5oc pr or to March 1st 1866 s the pa ty p r a 75c navy pounds at 60o a 15c ch .. ng n e ther case I ble pon sa d to I alf pounds at 50c a 60c bscco to the changes md cated n tl e Secre l'OBEIOII' tary s order of February Od I Does the Jan guage tn possess on of the Havana Pebra.a,ry 241h apply to that class alone? MARXET very fi m shippers are l 2d In case vhere t e sa d manufacturer very heav ly manufacturers removes to a loyal State for sa e on L sac are also tsk ng eons derable count, the same p a rcel <>f tobacco 1 cl has ally fine lots are exceed ngly scarce and can been fixed and adJudged to bear tl e tax of hardly be found m open market. Some of fifteen cente per pound f removed to a loyal our lead ng dealers a e rei ot11nt to sell at State and the sad tobacco be so rece ved any pr ce We quote trasl at $10 a $14 per and adm tted to bond at that rate pr or to bnle fillers su table for New York market March 1st 1866 s the sa d lot so bonded at $22 a $35 per qtl 1 able to any further demand under sa d Manuj'actured of A mer can make Im order 1 bxs sold 50 bxs at $28 peMJ.tl To whtch the snbJO ned reply as g ven Exports from Havana to the Un ted TH.EASURY DEPARTMENT } a uce January let, and for same ttme ]ast OFF OE OF INTERNAL lj.EVR.NUE year W AsmN<>TON Feb 14th 1866 1866 IS6> Lw,f. 181714 289< A.D&Iqua Februai"J' lOth No late sales of manufactured stock of mfer or still heavy at(lat'l, J. 6 88 1,801 and the Melbourne A.atralla, DecemUer 23d Srn Yours of the lOti nstant nclos ng certain mqu Ies of Mess s Jacob HealU & Co m rega d to the status of tobu.cco n tl e hands of manufacturers and purchasers n the. late msurrect ona.ry States after date of March lst 1866 under the recent order of the Secretary of the freasury was duly re ceived In reply to the first query I I ave to say tl at the order referred to only cllects tobac co n the hands of m anufact n c s at tbc f LIConce St ck G. H. In a.ll respects eqnal to CALABRIA. GOittEZ WALLIS & CO 01-158 29 k 81 80UUlWIDI .. .S& LICORICE PASTE, EXCELSIOR MILLS PURE POWDERED LICORICE, Gum Arable, OLIVE OIL, TONQUA BEANS, And other Flavorinl:' for use lor llle by WEAVER & STERRY, Importers N--81 16 PLATT ST N Y U V 0 R AUt t C l' R E 3 3 t CAMPBELL, LANE & CO No 42 Water street New Yo k TOBACCO & SEGAR LIQUORICE PAS'l'E A P FRANCIA, Importer of Ltquonce, TOJJAGOO PAOKEIJ IN RA LES FOR A KETS MANUFACTURERS, MEMPHIS TOBACCO EMPORIUM. E ACKERMANN, Su eesso to 0 MENGEL & CO WHO KS!LlC DB.U.I!:It N Lear, .lanllfactnred, and Fme Cnt Tobacco1 CIGARS PIPES etc etc 198 l'RONT STREii:T MEMPHIS TENN tL-103 CALDWELL, NEWJERSEY, AND 101 Water Street, N Y 95:BROADSTREET NEWARK 4E NEW JERSEY LOUIS GIESKE, LICORICE pASTE F. GRUND& CERERO, AND DH R I.DIPOBTEBS, 118 Pearl street, :New York. J. c. y Ca. Jt, B.. YlrtJ'RRIA. W-W F. G. c. LEAF TOBACCO, NO 76 SOUTH CHARLES STREET W. & A. LEAMAN, BROKERS IN CHAS C MENGEL & CO HOLLANDER, FLEISHER & CO, Dealera n all klods of MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TOBACCO, Sl Magaz:me-st New Orleans C & M BONDY, WIIOLEB..U.E DEALJ:RS IN Leaf Tobacco, Pipes, AND ALL OTHER SKOKERS ARTICLES .nm M NUli'.ACTURERS 0 DOMESTIC AND HAVANA SEGARS 358 Bowery near 4th-at NEWYORK LIQUORIOE PASTE, Also Impo te nndManufaolu "of TQNQUA BEANS E_'INE CIGARS, ETO L<>m .. WATER STREET 67 PllfESTREET, s ........,.., New .. --=--=---'---___:___: __ II. HoLLUDR. 29.55 L. w 'I'.R 11.:. L&re: QUEEN CITY l'O:BACCO WORKS C. & L. M. FRANK & CO., Su ce so 1 to BARNEY GREEN .t CO XJ.lflfJ'..lC1'VlDS OP ..I.LL 'l:tNDS OJ CHEWING &SMOKING TOBACCO, No 49 lfam street, C nc nnati 0 FACTORY Dayt n Oh o DEl'OT.3-130 Reade-s New Yo k and 2T N 8d Phlladoe pb a. 62-104. GEORGE WICKE SEGAR BOXES, (Super10r Make & Pnme Quality,) CEDAR WOOD No. 26 Wlllettstreet, l'tEW-TOI\& 1

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.. \ L I -TB.E TOBACCO LEAF. r. W. BEOK. E. W. SIEBERT. F. L. BRAuNS P. & G. I.ORILI.;ARD, TOBAcc MANUFacTuRERS, TOBAUUO '&'SNUfF 44 VESEY-STREE:r, NEW-YORK. I FINE-CUT CHEWING: Natural Brag, Solid and Catawba .,. P. LORILLA o R D'S -__ -SMOKING : Big ln{un, Four Ace, Elephant, Killickinick, Turkish, etc. ltett1ltt!J THOMAS HOYT,& Co., TOBACCONISTS, No. 404 PEARL STilE:iT, NEW-YORK, Manufacturers of all k i nds or Fine-Cut Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars, and Havana Sixes. OUR BRANDS FINE-CUT CHEWING 1 SUNNYSIDE, HEART'S DELIGHT, NATIONAL. THOMAS HOYT & CO., NewCYo'k. HOYT; FLAGG & CO., LQuisville, K.y. HOYT, FLAGG & CO., Successon to HOYT, BARBOUR & CO., 107 and 109 St..,_ LOUISVILLE, KY., Manufaaurcrs of the following celebrated bmula of FINE-CuT '/foBAccos .' .--r. -SUNNYSIDE, ... ROSE-BUD, KILLICKINJCK SMOKY.NG TOBACCOio j Gold .en Eagle, cabinet; Grand Mogu[, ""'i Chi.tnney-Coill..-; HOYT, FLAGG & co.;' Louiavui.; it)" THOMAS -.;J D. HIRSCH & CO., UANUYAOTURERS AND IMrORTERS OP FINE S _EG-A.R.S.,. 160 WATER-STREET, WIDTTAM & LAWRENCE, MANUFACTURERS OF Tobacco, Snuff &Cigars, 395 P'earl Street, New-York, Have corutantly on hand a large M8ortment o! Vl:rglula IU::anuf'aetnred Pure Turkllh. S.Dioklng, Trnportcd Hava na and Dom.esUc ()lg:ars. AIJio, a greaL Tariety of English, French, German, and Scotch Clay pr TOE ONLY MANUFACTURERS OJII THE AM.ERI CAN DIRDSEYE SMOKING TOBA.QCO. 21-:ii D. H. M' ALPIN & CO., OELEBRATED FINE-OUT @;htwiug SMOKING TOBACCO, Segars, Pipes, Snuff, Plng Tobacco, &c.. &c.. &c. MANUFAOTORY AND SALESROOM: Nos. 75, 77, and 79 Avenue D, 1H6 NewYork City. (EST.Al!LISHED l!Ta) A. H. MICKLE & SONS, MRS. G. B. MILLER & CO., OJ' 'l'1D CKLDUTZD Jlrs, G. B. Mllltr A> Co.'s thtwlag aad Smoldag TOBACCO, A., H, IIII FOREST BOSE A..ND GRAPE TOBACCO, ltn. G. B. Miller & Co.'s American Gentle .. man, M acooboy, and Scoto:tJ, S-NUFF, 36 BROADWAY, Wv. E. LJ. '4-W New-York. Eot&bliahod] [180S, C. H. "LILIENTHAL, M.ui'IJFA.CTU.Il&B OF Cut Chewing and Smoking Tobacco; 211, 219, 1:. !21 Wosblogtoo-st., eor. Jlartlay, (Cor. Fletcher-street,) NEW-YORK And of Liaht &nd Dark Work, Lump, Twist, and Roll To. :Jttu-:m_ 'orf1. ceo, Tobacco Works, Yooken, N.Y. OHBWIJI'G -roJu.coo. FlDe Cut, Pla.ln MUd, Tb& Oelebrli.ted anELLETS. 51 BOWERY NEW-YORK OUR BRANDS : -.x.o.,..i..;., nULus"' Leaf Tobacco & Segars. Sole DJ:anufaeturen of' the CELEBRAn:D BOUQUET SMOKING TOBACCO. Tobacco (in bond or tluty paid) in qua.nr.ities to suit nurch!UICI'II. Order8 r eccl\ell ro1 any brand of Im1wrtecl Segan, 20 per cent. le ss than the market price. INDIAN I'IOURES constantly on bn.nd or carved to order. Chicbeet.er's celebrated Scotch SnuJf, fot' } )reserving the teeth, a.nd dipping pui'J}oses. The Snull' is known aU over the country, and 1; mnnufB.Ctured for the above purpose U cnn lie had by the keg, half barrel, or biUTeL Farley Smoking Toba.ceo -BU, 173 PEAJU.ollTREET, [STAB ED MDCCLX 16&18 CHAMBER sr.NY. Century Bi:and < Chewing, Rose Leaf Brand Chewing, .. Cavendish Brand Chewing SiestaABrand Smoking, Eureka Brand Smoking Genuine Maccoboy Snuff, S4otch S11uff, High Toast Scotch Snuff, French Coarse Rap pee SnuB: Irish High Toast Snuff. The Trade are invited to examine the .CENTURY BRAND which will be foun d equal to any now produced. Please send for Circular. CHEWING, 16, 18 & 20 CHAMBERS ST., NEw-YoRK. Manllfacturer 's Agencies: B. A. VAN SCHAICK, 503 Chestnut Street, PhiladeL phia; A. R. MITCHELL, 24 Broad Street, Boston, U. S. BONDED W AREHQUSE. 32d DISTRICT. --:o:--HENRY M. MORRIS, 112 NEWYOKK. 99 !'earl-street, New-York. EotaliUshed 1B5o. COMMISSION MERCHANT FOR THE SALE OF LEAF & MANUFACTURED TOBACCO LEAF. TOBACCO,. I noMESTIO.AND COTTON, NAVAL STORES, Etc., Etc., Etc. HAVANA SECARS. IMPORTER AND SOLE AGENT IN THE U. S. FOR THE "M. & M." BRAND .AJ!(I, Importer and Dealer in Meenchaum, Brl1.r and T--J' Q 0 Cl&yPIP!l!. .AT TuE OLD STAND -.Li u RICE pASTE: <,-60 131 BOWERY, N._y._ Agent. for A. SchUl k Co. '"!J celebrated SUJlff. CHARLES SEITZ, (Buooeasor to Se1t.z l: Co.), DEALER "IN LEAF TOBACCO .lND SEGARS, (M-60) 382 Pearlstreet. P. WEILBACHER. llO'ORTBR .AYD DE.J.l.Rll IH .ll.L Jt:DiD!I OJ' Leaf Tobacco & Cigars, 195 PEARL STREET, New-York. Vlrglnia Leaf and :&Ianufactored Tobatcoll, on consign ment, consta.nUy on hand. 8()...i2 GUMS, BEANS, OILS HAVANA SUGARS, ETC ETC. Certificates of the MORRIS M. & M." BRAND will be shown from the leading man. ufacturers in Richmond, Lynchburg, Petersburg, Danville, Va.," Brooklyn, s t Louis, Loui sv ille, Covington, Pittsburg, Can::ida, Australia, artd California. IJr LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS. EMPIRE CITY TOBACCO vVORKS, 75 BOWERY, NEW-YORK. ERIN GO DRAGli. M.M.GRODJINSKI'S It H. VI ATTS1 BRANDS: WELL-KNOWN llltANDS: DEW ,.AND DROPS. FISCHER & NEIHEISEL, FENIAN'S PRIDE, N.!JTIQJr.!JL Imporlonl and De&len In aU :tlndo ot .. Tobacco OUR Orde:rs panetually att.ended to. A libcnl di9count l'l.l Wwed. Goods warranled, e:uh. 174 FULTON-ST., N.Y., 41-72 Opposite st. Paul's Church. WM.. H. GOODWIN & CO., Am1lrAOT11!lB.I\S 01 FU4BCUT Tobacco, Snuff & Cigars, AND DB:l.LARS rn' J.LL JtllfDS OP mtb' Jlug l.obtttt.o, 20'l &; 209 WATERST., ----SCHMITT & STORM. M,\NUFACTURERS OF SEGARS AND DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO,' 191 PEARL-STREET, Josn>a 8clflllTr, } GKOJlGE 8-roRlll, 88-lll NEWYORK. 246, 24-8 N. Y. Qtoharr.o-anh i.ega:rs, Ma.nufaetarer Of Smoking and Chewing Tobacco. -6-Jl.ll:"' Hyka, Winnebago, Cute Bla.nche1 P...,, Boney Dewt AnUrto:r" uf auut \Vhulc1!'11e flei!.len iu Havana & Domestic -LEAF TOBACCOS, 6. Platt-street, near Pearl, 29-81 NEW-YORK. & KUHN, Wbolelll dealertln all klad1 of LBA.B AND TOBACCO. 271 Bowery, NEWYOBX. M;. M ETZGER, Leaf Tobacco, And Manufacturer of SEGARS, 178l WATER-STREET, NEW-YORK. 219 JOSEPH DAVID LF:VY LEVY & SELIGSBERG; DSALKR8 IN c onnecti_cut-Seed-leaf, AND IMPORTERS OF HAVANA TOBACCO. 246 Pe.arl Street, NIIWYOKK. REISM.ANN & KAPPES, Dealers & Commission MERCHANTS 119 Pearl-st., bet. Pine ud c:.dar-su., ALEXANDER MARCUS, DD.U:IR nf Havanl;t and Do.mestic C I GARS,/ Pipes and Fancy Articles, Nos. 37 and 39 Bowery, 28-U .NEW-YORK. .OSCAR H. LEAR, Ilfl'OII'Ult A.lQ) DULQ IN Meerschaum, Briar, Wood, (various kinds,) IndiaRubber, Ohiria., a.nd Lava. Pipe& English1 Scotch1 French1 and German c,JL.A.. "Y P:J:PES Segar Tnbes, Tobacoo Ditto Bass 111d llollll. PIPE STEMS, 1\.od a large variety of fancy articles appertain. .... ing to the tobacco trade. SOLE DEPOr FOR SHAKER Pll'ES AND KQSSUTH BOWLS. No. "W"ater IS NEWYORK. LOBE & POGGENBURG, IIQIIOB'f.CR8 01' Meerschaum and Briar Pipes, .um A..Lt. BOaTS or ClL.A.. "Y P:J:PES. IUSII$CIIA\1M Alln AMPIIR UCAa T\1PI$_ Segar Cases, Tob110eo Box011, .Mateb Sft!os, Tobaoco Pou.ches, Pipe Stew, AND A STOCK OV TOBACCONISTS' ARTICLES, 45 Liberty Street, (up stairs,) (j1C f .. NEW-YORK. MEERSCHAUM. KALDENBERC &. SON, ll=: t .. f2i w I Portraits on. Pipes, Namc91 Shields, tete., et.c., t.o order. Tbe ftnest CARVED PIPES in thll country eonetantly on hand at trade price1. Repairing, boiling, mount.lDJ", etc ,. done in the best etyle. Am ben ot all .kl.u.dL No 6 Johnstreet, One houae from Bro&d.W&f WM. DEMUTH & CO., Meerschaum and Briar PIPES, SMOKING TOBACCOS, SHOW FIGURES, ETC., 2S and 30 Liberty Street, JNI0"\V"1fork. KAUFMA.NN BROS. & BONDY DfPO:aTElt8 or FINE UEERSCIIAIDf AND BRIAR. PIPES, Mcwsc/;.aum Tubes, Chi11,a1 Lava. ana Woodt.fl Pipes,_ St:yar OaNes Tobacco Boxes Bubbc1-atut Lea.ther :z;;/,acco lJratch Safes,. &c., &-c., c.tc J.ND D8J.L:&RS lN ) AND ALL OTHKR &IIOK-ERS' A""ftTIGLJUJ, 51 ll.IA..IDEN LAWE, (UI Stair,} fiT NEWYORK.. BOIKEN & SIEFKEs, ntPORTERS 01? Meerschamil& Briarwood PIPES. 57 MAIDEN LANE, l NEWYOBK. J. M. ZELLER, SOLE kCI!9'l' li'Oll c. CROP'S ENGLISH ELEGANT AND CELEBRATED Prince or Wales and New Rine PiDBN, No. 211 lliand-atreet, N, Y 0. NEUG.A.f::::JS IMPORTER AND li.ANOJ'J.CTUJIER Oi' Briar, Meerschaum, Rubber and China Pipes, Tobacco Bags, Tobacco and Snuff Boxes, Segar Holders, Etc., Etc. 20 Llbe:r&ystrect, near WWlam, <1>--07 NEWYORK. New-York & Virginia SteamshiD COlilDany. THE LINE, FROM PIER 21, N. R., FOOT OF FULTON-STREET, For Norfolk, Oity Point, & Richmond, _STEAMERS GO 7'0 THE WITARF AT.RICHMOND.! The new a.nd elegaot sl.dewhed W. Com.ni8.uder, lea"v.. Saturtla.y at 8 P.M SARATOGA, ADOLPH L. Knm Commander, leaves New York eTery Weduesday at 3 P,M, Jlllls of Lading signed at the wharf. Pas!jenger accommOOatlo o s un9UtJlUsed. G. HEIJIIEKEN & PALMORE, BROADWAY, (!ood! to and from all parts of North Cn.rolina., Tennessee, etc., :!orwartled by" the Company's Agellts tre e ot c"OmmiiHiion. 48-tf B. M. BROWN, Manufacturer, .A..ND WBOLE's.ALJ: DEALER IN FINE 220 S4-B6 BROOKLYN, E. D. PETERSBUR -GADVERTISEMENTs.--. R. A YOUNG & BRO., l" CBNBRAl. COMMlSSlON MERCHANTS, Attend to the purchaee Mrl eale of Vlrgtnia-nnd North Oarolina. Leaf Msnuractured TOBACCOS No, 4 lnoN-WROJiT Bun.DI!>"G9 PETERSBURG, VA.. Refer to Mcrsra. Josu.n M ... c-r's So:-;s, New-York; H .. ulD"t & GtrTimiB, New-York; HAV!:YS & WILLI A MS1 R.icJv;oond, Vr...; T. T 8P.ooni, Pres.ldent National Bankj R. National Bank, l'eter8burg, Va. J. E. VENABLE & CO., No. Iron front. Sycamore-street. PETERSBURG, Va. Commission Merchants Jo'OR THE S..u.E AND PURCHASE OF Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco .AND COTTON. :.. E. VENABLE & J. F. MciL WAiNE, Cotton and Tobacco BROKER, omce w:tt.h Mr. A. G. M SEG-4:R..S, 193 UPS'fMRS, li. } "''"'W ..,. AR.,. I. LAO.BU'BIIOOH. (84--46) : 'U' D.! MAYER & CO., DJ:.ALERS IK LEAF TOPACCO, SEG-.A.R.S, 168 Front Street, corner aiden Lane, 1(-26 '\!'QJ!tll(, SALOMON &; ELKINS, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC UD .l..U Inl1l8 01' 'leBA<:<:G.. 143 Water-Street, NEWYOUK. t>-JI Ill Wil!Am Street. )I(.ANln!' A ClTURER AND .Dlii.U.-,. OOIWESTJC SEGARS. 196 B. HESS, 196 Connecticut Seed-Leaf Tobacco, Havana A liD Domestic Segars, 195 Pearl-st., (upiulro,J near Maideillane, N NEW-YORK;. HAVANA SEGARS, IN BOND, AND DUTY FAID. A. SCHWERIN & CO., IMPORTERS, 61 Broad-street, Corner Beaver, NEW-YORK. SIMON SALOMON, IMPOR'f(;:]) ANn ANO ALI. KINDS OJo' LEAF TOBACCO, I 92 Pearl Street, E. PWTTR.:a, 36 A; WJJ.t.U.u You.ENDICOr, 18 Avenue lJ; F, ltl, ZKLL11R 1 211 Gra.ntl-sl red; F. W J.ONi!k, 'l1 Bowery; J. N. KNooP, 18ll' Bowery; A. lrlaous, 87 iiDd 89 Howery M. Swno, 196 Willlazntl tlH):I lhldell La.ne, NEW-YORK. 1(-62 J Also, ln.," MANUJJ'AC.t.'URED BY M. VENABLE & CO,., v .A.: Manufa cturers of Superior "Maccoboy," "Rappee," and other Snuffs. ing and Smoking Tobaccos of eve ry grade. JOSIAH MACY'S SONS, AGENTS, 189 &. 191 FRONT-STREET, NEW-YORK. Chew-. J. M. MAYORGA, f Havana Leaf Tobacco, 18-30 U CEDAR-STREET, NEW-YORK. .ARBER .tDUNLOP; Dll.A...LERS_ JN LEAF TOB.ACCO ..cyD llA.NUJ'.lCTORXRS Or SEG-.AR.S,. 348 Pearl Street, I. B. BARBER,L NEW-Ye-R"'" J. DUNLOP. f '"'" llL KINBS OF !!EG.ABS l!ANUF ACTU.Il.ED TO ORDER. 27-'19 LEE BROTHERS, SEG-.A..Fl.S, .i.HD "W"IIOLKB.U. DBJ.L..S IN LEAF TOBACCO, 269 Fea.rlatreet; NEW-YORK. J. L. GiSSER +' & BROTHER; DXALERS rN TOBACCO :Leaf Tobacco, J. HAVAN.A LEAF "TOBACCO. JOSE ENRIQUEDE SANTnS, NO. 30 CEDAR-STREET, NEWYORK CITY, P. <).BOX 3209, Having been appointed agcnL of o plante r In the RIO""" Hondo, llland of Cuba., I Jnvit.e manufac,urcra of fin e segars t o examine my e,tock of Tobacco, I keep &lwaya Bpani&h Ribbons of all klnds, Dlss, lsh Papen, Cigarettes, etc., etc. Orders De! maU .fait.hJ'u.TJ:r 4:>-0T I \ JOliN G. MOSES, MA.NUP.A.CTURER OF FINE "183 (CORNER CEDAR,) 43-68 NO. 157 BOWERY, NEW-YORK. JOHN L. DEEN, DEALER lN" FOREICN AND DOMESTIC LEAF TOBACCO. ConneCticut Beed-Lea.! of my own Packing. '78 Jfl'ater Stred, THOS. DOWSE & CO., RBOKEBS IN Manufactured. Tobacco, NO. 04 WATER-ST., NEW-YORK. RKFERS, BY PERMISSION, TO DoBoJs. V.AlfDUVOOR'l' k Co., 8\ ROD'Q;SON .\ G.uTu, 112 Wat.cr-eL. FIBHU .t Oo., Boston BnouoB, .t 00.1 l'hllade1pb1a. OuJ.& D, DFo&D & Oo,, 8,t-G2 w--.A. largt. quantity constantly on. hand. 41-00 THE .. INTERCEPTER. : PATENT APPLIED FOR. .-:o:-AN INGENIOUS METHOD For inteTeeptiDg the Nicotine before at the mouth, b applied lu thl1 stem, by mea.ns of in!enlng a. Drll8h or lntercepter1 whereby the deletcriolU effects of. the NicoLine are entirely N.mOved, rendering the MOST AGREEABLE AND PI,EASANT in u1eat the day, The leading pbyaicia.oa and clentific D,J.en of this country and in Europe pronounce the meLhod'applled in the INTERC11JPTER as the mos1 efficncl.ous In a.nnn6ing the usual diseases at tendtmt. on-smoking. One trial wlll prove the correctncu and benefit of u1ing thia stem above all otben. 4-i-86 OS(.IA..R H. LEA.B, No. !JO Water st. 148 WATER-STREET,. NEWY08K, Recolll.Jilcnd! himself to th8 trade for pac:kiog and repackln11 ;,$m.ohing & attmuing '1-59 JOSEPH MAY;ER & SONS, SEGARS, L M'OO.kn.B, 11. K, '00RKLK1 WU. -XUlNUL M'CORKLE, SON & CO., CROCERS AND ..... AND YA.NUFA6URERS O.lt' CHEWING AND SMOKIJIIG TOBACCO, No. 113 Main Street, LYNCJIDURG, VA. MciVER &; BURCH, 70 Main St., Lynchburg, Va., TOBACCO FACTORS AND --' J ,e&f"anrl M a nufacttll'ed Tobacco bought snd sold on CommJYlon. Ordel'!l sollcit.cd. Good and large st.ock e of VIrginia Manufactured TobaccO on hand. JOHN H. TYREE & CO., Lynchburg, Va., Commission Merchants For the Purchase and Sale or mul IN nns KA.r.ttET. MOORE, JONES & J\ULLER, (1i).eu.erat A.GENTs FOR M. MOORE'S CELEBRATED KILLICKINICK & GARIBALDI SMOKING TOBACCOS. DEALERS IN GUANOS A?-.'"D FERTILIZERS. Leaf & Manufactured -No. 147 Main St., Lynchburg, Va. 122 "lV:atertr.ireet, New York, All order:i for Leaf, Bmoldug, or Manufactured To bacco AND 'Promptly attended to,, 32-M '10 CraviCr-.street, La. 4G Elltablished 1860. J. H. CIESE .. MANN, Manufacturer o:! all kinds or CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO, AND SEGARS, DEALER IN ALL SORTS OF LEAF TOBACCO. My l'rlndpal Biand: VIRGIN LEA.P. 103 Stanton and 159 Ltd.low st., NEW-YORK. I. H. KALLENBERG, A.NUFA.CTOKKR OF SEGA.R BOXES. PAPERING DONE TO ORDER. RICHMOND ADVERTISEMENTS. R. H. DIBRELL, F o r the &l.le and Purchase or LEAF & .MANUFACTURED TOBACCO. EstabJhobcd 1844. Anderson's Warehouse, cor. 8th & Canal Sts., RICHl\IO!ill, VA. WALTER K. MARTIN & CO., (Formerly N, !I. MARTIN, SoN & C o.,) Established 1846. TOBACCO F o r the Sale and l'urcbm:c of .Lc:-nr Tob acc o NO. 125 GOERCK-STREET, Shockoe Warehouse, Richmond, Va. New :Brands, La.bels, Plain 81!-d Fa.ncy Pa.pars, COU'-lteceive alwa:vs the finest. sclecUon11 from the crops ol sta.ntly on hand. f"t:f'Q'(n4a awl No'f'-t.A

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' ... HARVEYS & WILLIAMS, Cary & "!3th Sts., Richmond, Va., GENERAL .urn AGENTS FOR S.ll.l!l O:r li!ANUF ACTtl'li.ED AND LEAF TOJIACCO, 'Io1Jaeeo 1 em o.mmwrioo. OonsJ&nmeute of MercbandJse 11ollcited. .&., F, :a..t.RVBT, .111:0, D, JU..DTJCT, llfO, B. ll"lLLUVI. 82-58 niOII'A.li.D J'lLKlln'QR, ll. T, PlLDln:Oif. R. & E. T. PnKINTON, Special ps.ld to the sale of Leal and Manufactured Tobacco, and PrOduce generall,y. ,THE LEAF. A. CHAPMAN, Ei'. W. GAIL. CHRISTIAN AX, G. W. GAIL&AX, M.UmtJ.C'nl.u.a, OJ' ,ilL Xlli'DS OJ' () Sreredleaf s :iY.1: ox IN t\ut-QJ!ut Qthtwing EAST HARTFORD,CONN. 41">-98 J. SIGNOR & CO., GROWERS m:J..LEitS IN Connecticut Seed-leaf Tobacco, AND SNUFI'= ... -.lLilO-)mporters of lind Dealers In Cigars, Pipes, Snull'-boxes, elo., NO. 28 BARRESTREET, :Baltimore, Md. llP'" DEPOT-with GAIL Ax & K""""""' Noo. 1'18 and 175 Water...strcct, New-York. 11-$ TH. H. V't.TTERUIN CHs. A. MEUJIKR, Tm:o. J. VxTT.ERnn.-. _/ B. T VnTlkLiJW VETTERLEIN & c 0., PA., COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN LEAF & MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, Domestic and Imported Segars. H. CR-ANE, AJ.mT !!!OR TIIFJ Queen dity Tobacco Works. _9mee and 8aleroom I 130 Reade-Street, New-York. OEI.JEER.4-TED L. H. SARGENT & .CO., Commission Merchants, .4.ND DWA.LIULS IK Manufactured and Leaf Tobacco, 31 Walnut-street, 204 CINCINNATI, O. CHICli.GO ADVERTISEMENTS Eagle Tobacco Works. ROTHSCHILD & ADLERr MANUFACTURERS OF I 8J:SR1' D.\ LIGGETT & DAt'8MAN. Al'UI"J.OTURIRS OJ" Tobacco, ..uo riuLIJII nr .lLL a:1iuie or TOBACCO, CIGARS, SNIJFF, PIPES, I!TC,, No. 12 South Second Street, 'Oj.fsalt.e Hot.e1,) ST. LOUIS. M. FRIEDMAN & CO., DE.U.EUS IN E. T. PILKINTON, M&n\lf&eturer of aU ldndJ ef Vlrglnla. Plug Tobacco. 46 Main St."under St. Charles Hotel, E"AST HARTFOll.D, 'CONN. L. W. GUNTHER,<') m" UNITED STATES BoNDED WAREHousE. Consignors canforward Plug Tobacco, AND WHOLESALE DEALlmS l.N Le.af Tobacco, CIG.IJ.RS, PIPES, etc ,. BIVHM:OND, VA.. ........ All Ordera attended to with dispatch. .,:zr :NE"At, LEIGH &"'"c-o:J. H. rnJJ:Y & co., GENERAL PACKERS & DEALERS COMMISSION MERCHANTS Fine Connecticut Seed-AND Tobacco, Factors, Leaf Tobacco Cor, 'Of Cary & :Virginia Sts., .. t 11 BLOOMFIELD, 1 cQNN. BIWSB RICID!OND, VA. -l N. M. WILSON, & MERCHANT, Over First National Bank, 131h St., BICHMOND, VA. Partlenlar attent1on paid io S:L!e nod Shipment ot Lear, :Ma.nufa.ctured1 and Smoking 'lobll.ccoa :ind Oount.ry uce generally. Will make liberal Oash on foodi:J to be sold here or shipped tn the N()Nk. or Europ6. Con-&lrnments solicited. 8Z4)8 J. WOOD WW, S, BEED, BELL & REED TOBACCO StlO.KlHHL And General Commission & llorwardiw! llercmfg Over First National Bmk, :;llchmond. Bu.y and seu Manufactured and J.e3.r Tobacco on comAtten1. to arranging the Internal Revenue To.x on ltlalrufo.cturcd To1:18.cco. for BAOON, OLARDY & Co., 181 Pearl Street, New-York. 31-88 BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. FISHER & CO., Commission Merchants, .23 CEN;t'RAL WHARF, FUJICJS FISJaa, 13-'llS BOSTON. JOHN a FislmR. CLARK .BREWEa & SONS, -Snuff, nnd '!' oncco, 14 SOUTH 13-28 __ BO.!g]!, CENERAL Commission Merchant, AND' TOBACCO No. Lombard-street, ) (Oai door-nst ot Exchange-place.,) BALTIMORE MD. l:" Llber&l a.dvancements made on C. ,_11 F Virginia., MANUi'ACTURERS OF "0. 0. llEAD," } ; "CLIFTON" 11 BUNTER,\' 82's. 11W. WIRT" II I "DtFXJTAU," Navy P.ound, "CORONET," IS's, Twist. [iverpool Consignments. THE RltllMOND CAVENDISH PA.Nl', LIMITED, Purpose opening their New Wareholl!e! In GREENOCKBTHI!:E'r, l'AISLY-STREET,l\Ild RODERT-STREETNorth, lmtnediatcly opposite the Prince's Doclr, J,l Vblll.POOL, on the -Ist of July, a.ad wlll be ready to receive conslgnmen'ts or Leaf llJld Manufactured Toba.cco for Bale on commission. TB:OMAB COPE, (of the finn of Cope Bros. & Co.,) Duu:(TI'()H, Rtf6'1'e1lS i11o New-York-Messrs. E, Morrison &Co., 41 Broad-.l!treet. 17-lW HARTFORD ADVEBTISEMENT .S. WIIOLESJ.L DD.U.Ims I!f TOBACCO, NO. 15 CENTRAL WHARF;--011'0, '1'. WATlilRXAN0 0. JC. Bl0Ux'RD90!f1 10IIN,IL TODD. SS-63 BOSTON; ISAAC A. E CORTISSOZ, Jaimmt & NO. 28 NORTH MARKET ST. S9-51 BOSTON. F. B. BR:A:CKETT & CO;, -x-::e..a.s [Establish"'\ In 1S37.] CHAS D. DE FORD 8i CO., 37 SOUTH G&YST,, BALTIMORE, COMMISSJGN MERCHANTS, For the Sale of Manuf'aotured and Leaf Tobacc. o. Ci_gars. eto. t'b -----= G. Ga:su. ED. NIEILUOII GIESKE & NIEMANN, Leaf Tobacco 1 INO. HlTODELL, .1ncnan TEVIS. WlL H. W.!RE, MITCHELL, TEVIS & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF SEGARS., .AND WHOLESALE DU.LEBS lN ALL KINDS Ol' AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 11 South Front Street, PB:ILADELPB:IA, P A. &Jso, GS Sou&h Gay St., Baltlmore, Md. [i2 ROBERT J.RXSTRO!'I"G. Manufactured Tobacco, And Sole Agents !or BARNEY, 0 REEN & 00.1.3 QUEEN !NDxmw" 21 A. & R. Armstrong, 28-44 Philadelphia. TOBACCO _COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Imnorted and Domestic. Ci[ars, "2 No; 51-South Front Street, PITTSBURG ADVERTISEMENTS LEAF TOBACCO, 132 North Third-st., & 1300 North Front-st., IU..'!IUI. :JlCDHOI.Z, PHILADELPHIA. SOLOXOH EI(lHBOLZ. f 37 L 0' 101 No. 166 N. Second-st., NO.I ffOHNSTON & GEO. W. WICKS, Seed-lear alwayaon hand ln lots to auit bqyers .'!> 'll.:m,F:w.rTTJUai,!IJ o:r .U.L ,. RUdOESBOR TO .. .. o'"-... o,......... .P.::u cr' AND FANCY NOCK, WICKS co., leaf Tobacco Inspection wAREHOUSE, DOMESTIC SEGARS, BAGGING ROPE AND TWINE, N as. 100, 102, 104 West Front St., 11s oLIVE-sT., sT. Loms, Mo. Manufactured & Leaf Tobacco, CINCINNATI, OHIO. JAMES RODDY, COTTON YARN AND SHEETINGS, MORRIS" & CHALFANT, .PLuG ';E. cuT No. ]02 Main ..... be Third and Foarth, p co LOUISVILLE, KY. Auction Sales Daily, CHEWING TQBAC "'0 .,. ron"'' TOBACCO Celebrated Smoking Ro1e &White Cloud O,d.,fOcwt and Vlue 11a.), a. a. a.u.mo. w. o. LDPfO. ST. LOUIS, MO. D. 8PJ.LDI"S:O, 2ft., D. SPALDING & SONS, 0. M. CASWELL; 14 CENTRAL WHARF, NO. 76 SOUTH CHARLES-ST., )"VllOLKSJ...U D.KJ.URa L't LEAF. TOBACCO I!OL!I-'-OU'r J'Oli.IIT. LOUIS o .L"m IU.NIJ'PA.cruREBS 01' SEGARS. 39-64 -IHHlTfHli. (net. .,. p, .. ..., .... l 61 BALTIMORE. LEAF TOBACCO, Ba[Iey's Fine -Cut Chewin[ Tobacco, '1-19 State street, HARTFORD, CONN. H CARRUTH & CO., ll!POI : TI'!!!S AXD lOlOL"ESAfDALE11 S IN H. B WILCOX, CONNECTICUT SEEDLEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, ALl. DESCRIPTIONS OF CIGARS, PIPES, ETC., No 46 Hanover-street, "G' BOSTON ADOVE 169-FRONT-STREET, HARTFORD, CONN. 81-69 Z. P. KING, ..r..., MANUF ACTUBER OF .._... X 4'".:!. .A ,_.. -LEAF AND MANuFACTURED TOBACCO. Ir.IPORTED AND DOiti:ESTIC CIGAltS, Snu.tf Pipes, and Smokers' Articles generally, NO. 98 ASl'LUMSTREET, 3I-'2 I BARTFORJJ, OONN. J.D. BURNHAM & CO., and Dealers in all kinds of Tobacco, Simff and Cigars, -ALSOLeaf Tobacco 77 and 79 Asylum-street, 12-64 HARTFORD, CONN. ESSMAN & HAAS BROTHERS, DEALERS IN CONNECTICUT S .eed leaf Tobacco, .AND OF 0 S L. B. IIA.!.e, P. B. U.u.s, l. Emu.N, : HARTFORD CO"" n. n. nus, 1111, Jl,f, Jl.liAA S W"" Dranch-liAAj! & CO., Lea-venworth, Iran. 12-M D. W. KI!iG, AGENT,v 154 STATE K STREET, Hartford, Conn. 12-C4 H. & Z. K. PEASE, ,. IN OONNEOTIOU'L' Seed -1 eaf -To bac.co, and il24 State-street, B:ABTFORD,. CONN. FARNHAM & BARN.ES, rJ.mouti!l uo Dl:ALiilRl! m !Fine Conn. Seed Leaf TOBACCO, No. 238 State-strcel, lT lfl.illTFOBD, CONN. BROWN & ZWEYGARTT, DEA LERS IN Leaf Tobacco,, MANUP.A.OTUP.ERS OF -il.LL KINDS OF CIGARS, 212 STATE STREET, Hartford, Coon. A. 0. BnowN 2l)..&} ll. J. ZWEYGAn'l'T, JOSEPH S. WOODRU_ IT, DEA.LEJ: IN Connecticut Seed-leaf, 1 TOBACCO, No. 233 State-street, CONN I.OONNECTICUT SEED-LEAF tobacco W arehoise, 159 and 161 Commerce-street, HARTFORD, CONN. nt\entlon maid to tbc purcbnse,lpacklrog1 snd curmg cf new leaf on comm!ssl.on. D. !. SEYMOUR. GRANT & COMPANY, CIGARS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 1; ; lND!.! N I .UIERICAN liQ!JSf,;,. D. S. BROWN & CO., WHIDLEIU.l.B DJ:.Al.ERS IN LJ:;AF ANID MANUFACTURED &t ALSO Ufi>(lJlTBBS O.J ::a'ND AltA T01M.a 31 and 33 Broad .. street, Boston. For sale1 l ow, 5(10 easel! Conn. and Tobacco, 42-GT .. LAWRENCE DONOVAN, JlfAJftTJ'A.CTtTDElt Oli' Havana and Domestic Cigars, AJ'l"D J)EJ.UR I!( Leaf Tobacco, Meerschaum Pipes; r;:tc., NOS. 87 & 40 HANOVER-STREET, B9-61 BOSTON. M a.nufacture r o f t.h.t;: ".A8 Yon Like It" and "Charmer" brands or Cigan. A A. ECKI.l:Y, .. LEAF AND MANUFACTURED .. TOBACCO.-: 39-M NO. 12 CENTRAL WHARF; BOSTON. JJ.lUtEI BTEKLB. J. n. B'OllRl.LL. 01:0, 1'. STDLE. STEELE, BURRILL & CO., lUNUB'AO'l'ORERS 01' WUO"LE13J..l.Jt A.lm IUI:T.UL DRALE.AS 1M Meerschaum and Briar Pipes, Snuff and Smokers' Articles Generally, 9 CHANGE AVENUE, 89-<;l BOSTON. H. A. WHITNEY & CO., D)tA.LF!RB J1ll LEAF AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO & CIGARS, NO. 21 BROAD-STREET; Corner o Central-atreet, \ 39-64 BOSTON;. J: DAVENPORT, 1111 .. .. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Tobacco Cigarsr '107 -PURCHASE-STREET, 39-arlet t .l:{lo., G. S. WatLs k Co., Fcndrleh L. !IJ, Beebe, Darby .t Co., R. Kraus & Oo., L. ..McMnrray &-Co., J"as. Power11 & Bo'!._ Clabaugh, & llarrl!>, II. Scheverllng, 1G3 De.rord, Thayer & Co ., Wa.t-cr-street.., New-York. 17 H. WII..KENS & QO., MONUMENTAL CITY TOBACCO WORKS NO. 181 WEST PRATT-STREET, BALTIMORE, MD., Mnnufaeturera ?f aU kinds of & ' CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. I. P. 8PY.NCJ!l, T R, BPESCE. I. Jol, OOLVOi, SPENCE BROTHERS & CO., 01" Fine-cut Chewing and Smoking TOBAfCC09 U'f Plug Tobacco, Snuffs & Cigars, No. 52 East T.hird Street, C!IACIK.Ko!lTll, O:IIIO. 20l BOD MANN'S InsneGtion&Leaf Tobacco Ware house Nos. 57 59; 61, & 63 Front & 62 64, & 66 W b e t. Vine & Walnut Streets, DAILY SALES .lT AUOT[QN .urn A.T PRIVATE SA_ LE OJ' No. 62 Olive-st., bet. Third and Fourt l h, .l.t ," King's Saloon," under the Planters' House And 63 bet. Pine and Olive, I ST. LOUIS, MO. Sold at wholesale t.o the trade, in quantities to suit, done up In papere, or by the pound. Also & line lot Clgare and Meeraeb&um JOHN (Successor to JOHN G. MAYER ) Jl(l'OR'i'ER UD WliOUSJ.Lll: DJCA.LU lR J.LL n'WS 0 Acruaso TOBACCD, SEGARS, PIPES, ETC., 10 Sout:& Second st. bet. Ma.rket and Walnut. B'J:'. LOUIS, MO.. I. II, IOltnOBDWR. SCHROEDER & HARTUNG, KilUJ'A.QTIJ'BilRS o ,U.L Kt!m! Or 'Vhc wing-!fuhtWOOB, DOMESTIC SEGARS, No. 180 North Main tree&, BT-. LOUIS, MO. r, P. QBILBS, II, S. IIHI!, CHILE-S, BASSETT & CO., -Tobacco. Factors, No. 38 North Second st., up stair, ST. LOUIS, ..... r.u.Jt. Jl, MOBJ.LL. FALK &; MORELLi l waOLit!ll.l: D.E..U..&RS lK a:nh :lta:nnfa:durtb-i!t.oba:cc.o 1 DOMESTIC, lli.PD1'Rl\S or NO, 202 W. PRATTST., 61 Baltimore, AND-:PI:PE:S, GENERAL rOR LORILLARD'S SNUFF & TOBACCO, No. 503 Chestnutst.,. PlilLADELPB:IA. RICHARD. MALLAY, VIRGIN I! MISSOURI' H AvA N A s E G A R s, D HlEATT CHAS EODMANN 04 North Second atree.!, S. RQSENFELD & CO., Dealer In all kinde of I J U.IO ST. LOIJIS, !IIO, 198 Inspector. Proprietors. DEALERS IN Also Bole Agents for Century brand. On hand,. "a qua.ntltyJ of old Connecticut select Domestic and Imported sews, CHEWING & LEAP TOB.ACCO, -.u.so--, Labels, Brands, and Ribbons, 20 SOUTH GAY-ST., BALTIMORE. wrappers. til E. L. WITTHA US, IIANDJ.lOTtraDS or S EG-..A..,JFI.S l'L, f w ) @ -:o: Orders for the Puroha.se of Leaf Tobacco, promptly .and carefully exeouted. -:o:-122 West Second Street, L.-A. DIETERICHS & BROS., CASE_Y, & co., Tobacco ManufacturerS CommlSSlO!l Merchants No. 33 North Third street, Gl ..urn DJUL&B lM :n'l'WU!f a.&.o uo :aur, WM. WELSH & SONS,. WUOLEBALE Dl:J.Lltn5 :rn Cigars, Foreign and Do)Ilestic Manufactured and Leaf Tobacco ()INCINNn, oHio. I 201 North Fron-t-s-treet, a. ntsmupa ,u.'LAtiGBt.I PHILADELPHu.-BRASHEARS McLAUGHLIN & co IT Depot for IT. Wllkens & Co.'fl Baltimore Brooking (Sr.:ceasors to 0, A. McLAUQHLIN &-Co. ,) BOLDIN. micHAEL T 0 B A C C 0 LEAF AND I!ANUF ACTtl'li.ED TOBACCOS, No. 27 South Gay-street, (Oppoaitea .... mn ..... > BOLDIN & WARTMAN, Commission Merchants, 6l BA:trmoRE Tobacco & General Commission u.s BONDED WAREHOUSE c=""='=E'-'-. MERCHANTS, No. 46 J. J. REQUARDT & SON, 105N. Water:st. & 106 N. Delaware-ave., Liberal 2 .. WROL!!3..U.B DII:!LEilS IN E PHIA B C C 0 PHILAD L ELLIS & BUJtL):W, LEAF TQ: A ., :s'Z' On Cases Ohio llANUFAOTIJ'REffl o .. ALL KINDS Oil' I'OB 'rllli IUl.8 01' MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, 25. Vine-street, Jos. 1. Noonan ; CINCINNATI. James n. Casey,} W. E. Yager. & Importers of Havana & facturers of Domestic Cigars, DEALERS IN FRENCil, ENGLISH, AND 1'UllKISil Smoking Articles, 208 Walnut-st. bet. Fifth nod Sit.th streets, 'lOS CINCINNATI. ... YeAOTmtElls ore D 0 HAN &, .TAITT, BRIGHT AND BLACK. PLUG TOBACCO, EXCLUSIVELY OF MISSOUU! LEAF. HAfER HOLME!:! & co T b c M h t O"'P'loclp&lJJrlghtDnOJ>do: Ellis&Bnr1ewHoney l 'l 0 acco Ommlsslon ore an s Dew j Do. Extra Sun-Cured Missouri j Do. Pla.nter""a (Successors to Gli:O. llA.EJ.m &_CO.,) l'jo. 6a II I Perry Ellis's Tobacco. Commission Merchants, .um J.OINTS roa rna S.i.Lm OJ' 12 MAINSTREET, Manufactured & Leaf Tobacco, arKaruu.An. .!BD OWlfBU OJ BONDED WAREHOUSE, Y. FUHRMANN 0 No. 25,Wost Second street, ANtrUO'l'lTREn !ND DEA.LEn JR lJe'l .Main. and Wal1i."Nt, 29 N. Water -st., a. 28' N. DelawRreaTc., GEHRING & CO., rinr null @ou.iesti.r SMOKERS' ARTICLES, ETC., No. 51 Clay-street, B<\.LTI!IIODE, BECKER & :BROS., Who !Csale Dea.lersln All kinds or LEAF TO;BACCO, """ SE,GA.RS, 94 Lombard-Street, (near Ligh't,) nALTI!IIORE, Const:mtly .. '10. T. TAITT, 0'-Jl:.'r10RY BIB8.. PHILADELPHIA. UNITED STATES BONDED WAREHOUSE. LEWIS BREMER & SONS, WHOT.:E.S.U.E DEALEM IN nnh :W:a:nufactnreh i!t.obucca, SEGARS, SNUFF, &c.,. No. 322 N. Third-street, Dt::tween Wood wd Call o w hill, e_ f.P.WIS GEO. W. llREMEU, nn:o. ,\, UIIEllll!a(. J"us t received. a. !:wge quantity of Sesd and S::a.vana Segars. l5'f L. BAM_BERGER & CO .-. LEAF TOBACCO AND 0 :EGA R S,. No.3 North Water Street, 41-60 J?:EEIUD-EtPfHA.. BUGKNOR, M'OAMMON & _GO., mg!Al:G@!S Commission Merchants, nr .ALL DESCRIP'!'YONIJ Or IMPORTED ANP DOMESTIC Gli:Al.ERS IN .I.LL li:INI13 OJ" PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS, No. 464 Weit Sixth st., ( o pp. c. H. &: D. n. JL D6p6t.) SALESHOU..U: No. M J:hlrcl <2-!14 CINCINNATI. E. BRENTANO, lf.l.:SUJ".I.CTURY.ll OJ' .:AND WllOLmllLll DB.lLill JH. Bet. PjnQ and Oh.tlt11td, ...... ST. LOUIS, MO. EDWARD f. MULLEN, SUCCESSOR 'rOT. & 11 "MULLEN, Tobacco Dealer, NO. 164 NORTH l4AIN STREET, SAINT LOUIS, MO., 'Will constant supply of .All o f Tobacoo; a lso, Licori ce P as te. Leu.:f Tobacco Pur chu.sed n.nd Sold on Commission. IS9 WIL1IAMa L. AUS _TIN, BROKER IN ALL KINDS OJ" Leaf Tobacco, ST. LOUIS, MO: Orders solicited and promptly filled. J, 1&-4 SAMUEL VIRDEN, TOBACCO, HEMP, COTTON, WOOL, LEAD, G.BAINS, BIGKWINES, I And Weatern and Southern Produ.ce gener&llr. No. 6fl.., ()omm.erclal Street, Bit;een Ollve and Locust SL):eet:J. ST. L, Broker, LOUISVILLE, KY. Or.ltr9 tor Le3r aollclted a 'nd promptly11.1Ied. REFE.BENCES: Glover J:; Co Doone Tobacco Warehoual!1 Loutni.Ue, K7. ::lr'rntt &; Co., l'ici:ett 'l It '' ., CuldwcU k Co. Loub. vllle '' Uou:o.ld & nro., 1\lnLh-.l!treet .. II .. Andrew Oraba.m 'Louis't"iiiiJ, Ky.; Ja.s, Er1monda Louil Til1e, Oeo. W. WlcksJ. Ky. ; Snoddy',l How ard, New-York; l\Iurrell, t..:&l'Uih IIi Co., NIWYO:'k. 186 MAYER BROTHERS, M.lNUJ'A.C'TUlli:O':l!;l!l OP' DOXE87IO J,l(D I!ll"'BTDI! 01' H.U" .lll.i SEGARS, ..l.lfD WBOLJ:!llll DIULJOII 1 All Kinds of SmokeM' Articles, 204 FI!"'rR-B'E., :REAR J!Aili-B'E., Louisville, Ky. J'JUNI :OII:VJlf, M. T Kll.Li. NEVIN .t. MILLS, Tobacco Manuf"ucturers, Dli:ll&RS II( Forei[n & Leaf Tobacco, BECK & HOLLSTEIN, Tobacco Com1mission Merchants, DEPOT OF F. W .. BEOK & 00.15 TOBACCOS, 67 SOUT:HI GAY STREET, LEAF AND MANUF AOTURED TOBACCO. 37 N. W9ter-st. & 38 N. D slaware.a:vs. .A.. J. DUCKNOR, FOB SNUFF, FINE-CUT, CHEWING, AND PLUG TOBACCO, -DOMESTIo-SEGARS, nnd All Kinds of Smokers' Imported Havana and Domestic Cigars, Snuff, Meerschaum, French, & Scotch Ptpes, LABELS, RIBBONS,.ETC,, 149 Highst., Providence, R.I. n:&:Nll.Y 1'. QRAliiT, 80-64 28-67 Baltimore, Md. Ping, Leaf, Smoldng Tobaccos; Domeatlc and Ota:an for t&lo low 1 ou. conaliwv--'" 81 EXCHANGE PLACE, 'l'M1 d door East of So.utll St., .U..!llLTIMOBE Leaf Tobucco received on PHI LADELPHIA. W. JIBNR)!" NASSAU. c;fr IDiJ'.E D STATES Rf) NDE D WJU !EITOOSE. C nnaignora can rorwf.rd tl}..elr Stocks ''rn B O ND/' wit hout pre-payln; the Tp;. -The article is cheaper than oil, doe!! not ev11-porUe aud fcrlllcnt, and hence does not mould Tobacco, HA.RTlUA.NN4': LA.IST, Clnoinnat!, 0. New-York Agency : p. DD.OODUN: 01 Wall-t\. "-" \ PLUG AND TOBACCO, NO. 42 MAIN-STRTEET, 42-61 Articles, 120 North Second St., ctls.r Vine Btu ITT";;._,_._ &To LOTI'liL. Nos. 92 and 94 .JeJl'erwn-aveuuc1 Bet. tt "Wayn Btl., DETR011'1 l'oHOU. Our well-known brudl: Banner FiDeOut, {!barter Oak FiDe-Out, Fa.nncr't ObowlnJ., I


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