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The Tobacco Leaf Journal - Organ of the Tobacco Trade

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The Tobacco Leaf Journal - Organ of the Tobacco Trade
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New York, New York
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v. : ill. ; 36 cm.

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Tobacco industry ( lcsh )
Tobacco industry -- United States ( lcsh )
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1865 - 1969

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University of South Florida
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I c ,.. 0 -tnUCU.'l'lONS from o readers contatntng ttcme of tobacco newa., or views on topics or tntercet Lo the trade nch u tie crops and markcte methode of cnl hlre and curlog manufacto e new hn =:and machlnery etc etc a nl tLDleB be llO'Oit'l' Dtrrr .._ Lcat, 86 eenta per lb manatae-turtd, cents per lb. Cigars valued at $115 or less per X 'm cpte per lb au.d.t'J pc:r elM. ad valorem over tll aDd not over 180 $1 !16 per 111 aad 30 per cent. ad ftlorem over $80 andover S45, S2 per lb and 50 per cent a4 valorer:u w.er 13 per pound and 60 per ceD.t. ad ftlorem. An addit.Jonal duty of 10 per cent. 14 Yalorem. ill lev ed 011. aJI imports onder flags that baft no redprocal treaties wllb the Unlted Stat.ea .&xmn; Tu. Leaf. tree mp.uracturcd Cavendleb Plug 40 ccnte per lb Tobacco twietcd or pre pared for use by hlmd 3J cents per lb All kinds .Fine Cut, 40 cent11 per..lb Smoking 85 cenUI pcrlb Smok lnr made wholly Q.C tems 15 centa per lb 0 ga.re ttO pel'.ll 15 per cent ad Yarorem Snuff:-H.L.,"fJli.,LQTDD!j!BS Appleby A: O:elmc 183 W der .lk k 1' W & 44 Velllly :Srocl' fd. 3:iO Houstun & Lya 1 lM-Wate D & Uo 8& ttla den L ane De D :a-ell. & lioot.e 94..Bcekmlm D t.t.ma Loul(\1!.1 1'00111. r iJ>Illllollt H D 16 .Fu Wn Cll q l!'J:mpl.re Clty Tobii.CCO Workl'l Bovery Glt:IC\IbaD, J d lOa St&n on v A. & Co l 4 llli and 1 T Llbe ty lfQ (iOMlZe r. A H b I&l aod 186 Dua.nc. Qoodw n lf 1 & Co 21)7 tuJd 209 Wate Jh.U. JD!!,CPht 76 Ha. e a.y .; :a1ric.orn I hn .&... Pear Bti&t!D &Co lHWak ......._.. Blik:nhorn Wm.&Oo 90dslp Hoyt TU0111a8 & Co 4U! l' a.r 8Jgu:1.1nul 94..P\la Lansent>ao.:b 0 US Wa e KeUne L 191 W Uam Kerua, Ad 86 LillentbiLL lJ H. 2I91 an 12"21 Wu lng to n. LorUl&r"ll P 16 lt)&nd & K A 111n D Jl. & l'O 'Wb17 an.d 79 Av enue D A. n. & Sons1 M oses & Cnapwi.ID Pe&r Mos & 1'11. .11.. 'r .lsl.U"lin!I-B lp Neud elter & .B oa 9:.1 W Hter Purdy i' H &. Co. 0 and 12 :Fu Lon Rosa A ex. & ()Q :0:06 and 2()S }1 u to .Brmaue I IIH M.ll.l.dtn 1me 1Sch11 der Joseph a.od 4o Canal Schmitt !; St.orm 19 Peo. L Y Wal er & Oppotnhelwtlr 11"3 Bowery Whltt;&W. & 8!t6 .Pearl IMPORTERS AND AckeJ1113JUl, E. 193 F ont. Deu11.uer W Val 1' J\mll. B. II.st Wo.ter Hesli D J.,a.tore B ti lS'ZPea Lederman 11 os. 113 '{ate Lee H others ;6{1 Peart. L cht.tlllikin HruUlete.84: alld 84,\l Bowery John & Co. 191 G "eenw cb. lbddu.J: Dr \be a 1 T1 Eronl. Mayul'K" J M. 14. Cedtor Mert.eu, P W 71 EsSt!X. R:d.l1 ; 6o Salomon & Etldnfl 140 Wa er =e';!g :, 8t na JJrot:heriJ i o 74" II am 8Lcb.e J M 00 F ont. Tag Cl.u&ll F 184 :r nt lli.POB 'U.881 l!UNUI'a.CTUJI.ERS OJ' PIPES b'IC Bolkeo I Slef kt:e., 6'l Ma Uen an e. Dtmuth, \\ ill.l&m .t Co 28 80 Lil)erty Baw.tuuser 1 & Oo fi6 M .. den Lane K.aufmann Broa & Bondy 0 M a.ide D ane. _Lobe a. 4ll Libettr IllPO&TU. 01' HAVANA CIGARS Lrtw Joteph n and 78 l'ron\ Sc.b.weria A. &; Co 61 Broad LICORICE PASU DEA.I ERS fr&ncla .P IOI Water Golllt!S warn. &x:o & 31 South w U&m Q'Nbd, I' .t llS Pear W & A 81" Pine. 1i.ori'l.s, lL M. 9& L L CORI,CX ..POWDER DEALERS QUford Sherman & InniS 1 0 Villiam Weaver .t erry I6 P a t. SUD L&AJ' TOBACOO IN;:iP.KCT 01' IJ.Dde,_ F.#) 'l6 Gn:enw1ch at eet.. TOBA.CVO PRESS Ga.thrle 4 Co 220 F ont Thorne & Pblpard f<> Vater ll .. UWi'.._OTORKRS OJ VIOA.JI BOXES 1ll&tb. B 2 0 De r.ncey Bctl.kt!ll Ja.cob 161 and 161 Goe c:k Wi "" l!ti \f letH eet.. II.Uilfr.t..OTURBB. OM' TOBACCO Tl"NY!>JL. Cr9olr.e J J & Co. 85 Crosby street AU01! OMEERS 01' TOBACCO Nellson & Nlcbo t,ll8 Pearl TODACOO-<:UTTING HAC-::1 NXS llitLerhoff F W 64 Ceda r / P.&TMN'l' 1 A.ClllllE, Barbe L S 127 Broad TOB..&.CCa UilELS llatch & 00 111 Broat'hray Hayer Fred .t CO. 91! tu.Iton BALTIMORE fOIU .. CCO WAREHOU SES 'f Berry n South. lloytl, W A. II; Co .33 Sout.b Braun J B k Co n Ha.nover Br&&a L. & Co' ll Cheape de Char).ci..J) & Co 8T Gay 4: tJo. 121 Wea:t.Lomb& d er Uha ea. Hln.en J 0 &Co 61Boutbqay P"uJ. Wm. ftil .Ba more ll.ANO:rAO'J'UBEkS ErC lkdter i Dros. W Lombard Bo1elili&t, G-1L 202 West PraU. Brown tl RogerJJ, 2 N u Ul Charles : 'f ea. MJ10, Wm H k Br.o H'l We!!t P at.. Parlett, B. f & Oo 92 Lombud. Ke(lUArdt. J J & Son 63 Sou b Gay Bc:broeder Jos 81 Exchange Place. W at\11 G S & Co 21 Sou, h Ca Tert Webb N 1: .Brother 148 West. .P utt WUken. A:: Uo 181 Vt e11t P an BROKII:BS IAnrlng D & Co 8 Cheaps de BLOOJD:II'IELD, CONN P..t..CK.&BS .lND D&..U.EBS l'"tllerJR&Co BOSTON llA.NUI'..t..ClORJ:RS ETC =te:.te7 U B oad BracketL, F H & Co I4 Central Wharr: Drowo. D 8. tl Co 81 and 88 8 oat'l Da.venport, J J lOT J>u.roba!le lllckley A. A 12; Central Whu JWter 4: Co 'tS Cen.wa Wha. r.. Olllet\, Jone11 k Oo 15 B oad. Qrodjln-Jr.l, Ill J 91 Wuh ogt.on kmoelA: Brot.be 6 Oou t--equare lkt&Dann Brotbara g Onion street. WllitermiW Geo T A Co Ui Cen. ral Wharf BROOKLYN, N Y lUND .I! .unuJ\US. Adat01 1 L.. tle 0o llDlbta Brown. B. M j2Q Grand. Hue, W W: Pioneer Tobacco Factory BOX IIA.N'Or.&.CTURKRS l5bwm&n DNt.boel11 8 o 18 BIJF'F'A.LO, N Y Adams .a Oo Peuac: TobAcco-CuUer VHlfJA.GO lUJIOi'AO'J'O"R&RS Aam.a. G bbll k Co 1U9 South Water: Xulteo. & Dlatoerlcbll, t1 &unb Wa er l :ao.bech114 Adler 69 Bout.b Water TlloAI, UllmlA Qo., 8l ii !iolll Woto BERT E. KELLY! & CO., "" 34 BEAVER STREET 1 D H. BALDlfJN om If Ba oaifl Savannah G9. l l CtriUQNG8 D M. lloLST D. H. BALDwtN & CO., Cotton and Tobacco r. .AND t .., General Comm1ssto:o Merdlants, 1<1"0, 178 ...JWWYOBK- ''J INo: Cotton Siol'td Willi 'Totiacc o eo n "::Jlf r ,. 17 .......-z I' LINDE, SEED I iEAF TOBACCO INSP.ECIOR & ( L OFcFICEl 76 STR:EEJ\\ 126 Wnfe st New Xork Commis sion f ARKENBUHGJI & BlfY Alr I I r 35 and 37 Broad St, j,.,. 1""1 v:> ... 1P l. ....Jlli'ORTJDIS n"D 1t110LKSJ.U: D&l.LD8 11( Scoteh, Glcrmnn, nnd Dutch t, A :v' f1 1'1: S ,_/' "' Fore gn: and Domestrm J r Leaf Tobacco; A ao and Manutactu e 1 o r SECAffS luo I I :{ No 122 Front street 1 :IJEW:YOltK :\i) Pear l street f l :l l 'cjs.t.Gi. 0 ISLJ.UOUTWR PRffll Clii & CO., Or.& T a!iti:Q tot:: i't ( :\ & Fancy Tobacco, --:iDA.Ll!O -(%mml.S;!llim '@1eullnut;S No 34{) Pea.rl J\ AX & KUCHLER, I .. u ... v,. House 1(. & AX S MANUF ACTUl!liS BALTIMORE 1 173 & 175 Water Str e et, '!W 'll !Ql 1m C(. Llb;sJJaaaf ndv..ances""IDadt! on.cont ; ment.ID band -:BA:tiDERS & S(llUAJtT/ : Oomm1sswn Mercli'a)l1!j, I A.:li"D :} J. Tobacco Fabtcrs; l2s SOUTH WILLIAM: BT 1 I U n ERLET 0 B.!NDBBS } El:oHRD V STtl.ur 1-.,. NEWYORK UEFERE.l:'CE R H Lony Elq: l' es\ N,a: Bacl( lrl.c!un. Dun(lllQ ShUlll&Il eo: -=t. bua ca&b ma!. 011. gument.ll 4:9---14. J-T AvA N 1 A r s EGA i=i s, IN BOND AND DUTY I' AID '' --'' I W. lmDorters amlCommissum Merchants, Gll. llroad street corner :Beaver :NEWYORili., FREY, ... t ... ilj> bomdis 0 1 ciWlB.dT'tl ) L I NEW YORK. 'I' u,T 1r.uomJ il" I '-'"' I a "' r.u t u a T 4 ""!.' BND:G .... 1 J"i u Th e Irouse teassembfed at halflpM!i seven o clock P lf .u r -r Me DA vi's 0 e rules lie. sus pended1 and tb:!t.r.tfie Hoose.. resolve 1tself mtol the Oomrlllttee tlf !l "' Whole on lhe state of tl e U n on on the s pec al order 11 j '1 0 ,.,. 0 00 0(1) 0 18,6 0,0!) lt8) .l hlfl np ndtnfPI at tli1s tone He can offer 1t after' aid as it new amendmrnt .r th1s J>'tll l,ie ad'lf'!Cfl L J f f "lll. WI1hd 5a 1i my amend ment the pf'esent r .J J i fl .,. I 'l'he !:uehon recuuei! upon tl e !'mend '3 T :) e. li 1 oo ment o M'r Sche:c,c l. l Ma l! MrNG -1 mol e pro formd to strike o:t J !bc w 01d and msert "'So much been s .. xd w th s il.cb .. te smce tho ftUbJect of tpc bo.Hlc of c gars bns been u1tro duced about Conne E t cut tobacco Connectl cut seed leaf n.n l Conoccl cut c gars thtLt a stranger present q lb Hall wou1d suppos e tbat t was the purpo s e Of slallon on m revenu e here lo stnke down nn n terest wluch 1s assmped to be n.floum)ung one c. o l!ow 1! secms fto m,e thnt [ u sP t; of all the chan geable lcgl,Slat On upqn the -sub ject of tobacso a d c gar C6mTect tut'"to 'baccfo nlercst l co t veJ to I vc but !i...tu f' ::t 1 ve at q, "4poo 1 dy11g rate, th s lg nd tea '!11 j roo \vb)! 1l s'hou!d be e1thcr CDVIed or as FRONT STREET N y mo ouc lli!ordwgl>j resolvo D c! 1 o I .:1 Oommittee of the :Wbote on l6e st.i.to Of >tll<> T b b 7 t ted h J d I l"'dt'EM'ELBER;G ,& CO tu '-nu f'NEW:!:oRB:,.. IH F t; B"R-AUNS 8r co Js Y} o; 'BALTIMORE Tobacco; U 1 ""[j as a etc an prt!'s uine mon (Mr Dawes m the and resumf t d tr t th t !:Jk 1 d h h .-11 s co J a. n u o un qn t e < cconidel'l\(lfin i<>f the spec a! oroor ..,. tl t tli '-t b N d I t t 1 .NO \ H'S e o acco-nn c gar 1 teres s a b11l o lho Honse 518) I<> aniedll an b !{ d tl d 1 d t d W h act entuleEl J An J.(l 4o rtwide 16iernol are ro en o n an ap a e e ave p been told by one that m h s leVCDUB' peno ng quest on was oo folloll 'Well no I hm rcad'y to assume all tlliS as mg by M"r SChenCk true Butt kno "ft very w'el l -thts IS the S"ti1ko out from hne hundred' "versal cry tihd tb'e umvcrsaf nppeal of all m A. P. MERRILL, JR,. and nne to twenty two hundred and eighteen te""Sts that at attem-nt ng to escape fax lDC\ilSIVC ,wJd mse lW!I'ted ileads tbe p 1,t Xu sa Hew Street. and 38 Broad-stre'o't market value of which (exclus ve--o( th..e tabc) bhcco mtcrest of the Connecticut valley s m ..t N:lll'W" s not over su:: dollars per tlious na A tax a -(aStly flourlshmg cond hon so as (O" excite 8g'r espondentli D L o ul e !1 ss 5 l'oRirF.R :rA tds :1: tWo dollars p e r thodsand ,;/- (he envy Of tl b N'orlhl\'"CSt 1 WISh tO state u ) SHN!P & lIJJrcHants, '{ot-l!se&le -and Pun:hMe or 1 SMOKING AND LEAP ; -rcn:t:acco,. DKOA.DWA.Y, NE'\VllOBK C S. Sli.UP [66-90] I) T !lJ.D G1.N a e of R hmond VL On all other Cigars four dollars per thou that'th s nssumpt O'n IS enu1@y uofoundeda.nd fortyr.ljer ail awrffn ex, h e lu s ive of the tax Prcndeil That. m assess that t e tobacco and !;>nr u:lteresta of the wg the sa d ad -r;alor"" dut;y tfie ten Oonnecl cut valley were n&' cr more depressed Mllar's vofuat 6 o sh II not b"""sscssed ) than they are at the -p1'csent t me and that J ....., 1A Ct n J h l M ScuENcx -liaVlilg :lccepted the n.mcrl.d 1'C a.ve no reason "hatever to eXult over fllcllt proposed to n y amendme t lly tlw OOS and I was compell'ed to reply to h m 1 Now o f Connect cut does not seek to obta n any advantage over the m1ddle or western States nor b she wtllmg tba.t they shall obtam any: UDJUSt advantage over her IbiS paragraph0;; ametlded n the mot on of thb ch01rman of tlie Committee of Ways and Means [Mr 1f I uodcrstaDd 1t does not c'onfer any 3.dvantages a.t-aU upon Con n'Ccticut w th: reference fo ibis arhcle of to Commis$ien .FOREIGN 1&. No 132 Fr'\.\\'.'b\0'!\. llowvu o l B,..n I J :NEWYORK 161 11: 16 3 MAIDEN LANE N Y: &Dw 111 .M... Bun r Dau & Co: New York (84-86) ClbdilnaU. J : L., GAS$ERT BRO., IU.II.T MK!!SUOEII RJ)lml L. Ul ........ VIGELIUS & SEYMOUR, ACCO 1 & B. FALtEMSTEIH &. SON, .. tttJ, t 11 South William-street: r GENERAl J xEw:-YoRx. Commisston Merchants, ; J70 WATER ST N Y A!!e VM BRANDT S SONS .1: C(j London l1beru. ndnn es made on oonslgcmen a to them or Tobaooo oi on. A U Ta ow 29-Sl Allo repacked in hhd.l at ohort notice by CUTHRlE & CO,, 225 Front Street N Y STA.BL.ISHED 18315 RAWSON, BRIDGLAND & CO 1 bacco 1A!Jd tf the people of Connectic u t, by the r 111 gence and ndUstry have !Succeeded by long exper e.nce .m rrus ng a. better arhc1e of tobacco upon her stenle son covered w:1 h rock iha.n can be r:used on the sml of Penusy lvarua all I cnn say 1s that other parts of the country f opened to fu. r com p etition w II Within a. short tlme. wtthm a year or tv. o be enabled to. go ahead of Con nect cat m 1hiS mlhesL And I thmk t would b e no more tllan JUSt for me to .say n the liearmg of' tlle gentleman from Pennsyl van a [llr Stevens] !hat if the ncb so I of his State "lS not ada pled to the rtus ng of to bacco then they ought to abandon that bus1 ness ttnd rat e more corn o.nd more wheat [Here the hammer fell] -The queshon was \ pon tbe amendment of Mr Schenck as mod fled at the suggeshon of Mr Ste'\ ens M:rt PAINE -1 r1se to propose-an amend ment to wh1ch the gentleman ffom Oht6 [Mr Schenck] referred th1s afttrnoob H1s amendment" ha.vmg been moddied by ac cepting the n.mendment of the gentleman from Pennsylvnma [Mr Stevens] I move to amend 11 by addmg to 1t the follow ng T:OBACCO & COTTfrN FACTORS I -I General Merbha.nts, ..And the Secretary of the Treasury shall prescnbe suc h regulat ons for the mspection and valuat on of c1gars cberoots and cigar ettes anjl m the collect on of the ta.x thereon as sballln.hlsJudgment be most effective m the prevenbon of .1.1 equahbes and frauds m the payment of such tax PrOf!ided That such regulat ons shall be JDlV olabon of JONAS ISAAC & .._ri D lfB.!I 11( "r FOREION ANC COMESiTI6 LEAF ,.OBACCO, NO 178 WATER-STREET, _: IIBWYOBK KO 4.1 BROAD STREET, ... FKOK Cuba we learn that the Governor-Genetal boil forbidden the reading of poht cal papers a.nd newspapers to the men emploYed 1n the mgar and other manufactor as tending to produce bad reel ngs and quar rels nd hatred, wth graver consequence law MR ScnENOK 1 b3:ve an a:mendlhoot to offer to the amendment of the gcntiemanfrom W1sCOBSIO [lli Pame] wh1cb I understand lie 1s willing to accept I :MR STE:VlJeCt of the gentlem:ln from Oh o [Mr Schenck] and the gentleman from Pennsyl vama [Mr Stevens] I th nk 1! speaks for 1tself. and I w U make no fLJrther remarks lb. sTEVENs.-It does not quite come up to my 1dea because 1t says twelve Instead of ten It makes tho tax more severe than I would make 1t I nsk my fncnd from Oli 0 Whether It doeS not gLVC US aS much !.\S can get. I am wilhng to accept 1t. MR ScnEj'CK I am mel ned to thin k 1t effects the obJect It affords a I ttlo more room for the manufacture of c gars I 1t With the understand ng that It shall re mam open to my fnend from W1scon.s n [Mr Pame] to mako his amendment :a-IR. P AHO'E -1 hope my fr end from Oh1o w 11 accept the Ms .!cllEllCK -1 wlll accept 1t and y1eld the floor to the gentleman from W 1scon.sm to offer Ins amendment m regard to appra se men! Without "h ch I tbmk th1s legiSlation w 11 not be perfect M.R P..uNE.-1 agree with the gentleman fr.om Penosylvan a I h ad Letter offer my amendment hereafter as an ndependent prop osition I w 1l offer It hereafter when the gentleman c.m subm t h1s a matt to the amendment :&1 MoRRILL -Mr Cba rmail m the mul

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F Gee & Co W m G e Bracken cdunty nt 124 amount, l284 40 purciilas r J 0 Cia k I am qu e sa isfied gentlemen ars mlatak.cn thn s the ex se aw wh has ea ly caus d the dep eS' n n the tobacco tra.dc I s un v sa I pervades a 1 sec ons of he country I s as much f. lt n the Con n c cut va ey as n Ob o o n W SCODii n. The d fB u y wha e er ge emen may s y was tbe c o e o the wa when a o of tobacco was c oose fi om be South Gen t}emen m y sopp se bat tobacco can be grown n atl ude h y five o (o y as cheap ly as o. the S u b but h e y a e m s taken The y wil a w ys p odu e tobo.c o a the Sou b e pee a J t e ower grades cbeape than a. be N h It has been n conse F Gee & Co -Wm Gee Br&cken eoun y at $18 76 &moun lSo 60 Cat n St Louts T D B fo J Owen co n y at $17 amount, $89 25 purchase J 0 C a k R G G lock Owen c o un y at $10 amount, Sll48 purcbasera Hort, Flagg & Oo R.F at $14 Ky Husson sh pp ng leaf Boone county amount,--purchaser Me er Warren & Blansfnrd Dav s county at $18 0 amount $284 02 purchaser W H Sm h Warren & B &naford Da"Y s coun y $285 75 pu chaser D Spa d ng W a. ren & B an9fo d D.n s county a 122 25 $250 06 pur base Mo quence of .b 8 nfiux of toba o fr o m the Wa ren & Blansti rd. DavlS county S u h tha the tobacco rade has b0011 de 75 amoun $166 87 purchaser p ssed Smhb I w say lil add t on tba the p ov o10n Warren & Blansro d, n .. s county at $16 these goo I men w oh to put upon the aw l aino,lm S177 60 pu chase W H Sm h now ex ats and b n e ou woes for tbe Warren & B r.nsfo d, Da' s county at $14 c ga s mpo ted a e unpo ted under he low 50 $172 65 purchaser B .. udon est a ua on We ba e no c gars pay ng a C nctnnat.i. duty abo etheraeoffifcendo as I w WBI en&Bansf? d DaVllloounty at$15 op a e n the same way f hili pro llllOD be $170 25 pur baser l dop d. Warren & Bla sford D&VlS county at $21 There s another tb ng n rege d to the amount, $212 10 purchase J C C a k ntroduc on of e gn c gars They are Warron&BLmo ord Da s coun y a1Sl5 n u g d n I w ah s me p ocess cou d be 50 amount $176 15 purchaser W R o and out by wb h wo cou d p event the Sw th ;rgo amoun of swuggl n now p act eed War en & Blaosford Davu coun y at $28 1 have bad occas on to'"s&y bcforo the aiD()un 26 "&mount, '279 pu chaser John B 9 f smugg ng o c ga IS mmense I be eve Faulds. the e$U a s eamah ps from New Y k H o Warren & Blansford, ;Dav s county $18 Cu b s m ugg e n moe c gars than py the &mount $217 80 pu cha.'IO W H S du y Warren & Blansfo d D.v s couu y a $17 And l w say fu be n 25 pu h>ser John Schm d & Co j sUbJ ct of go. s ha gen men must uo B Young S mps n coun :y cu ting enf a. d rs and he p pe has grown much mo e $12 60 amount, $106 25 purchase W H fa h ona.b e s uc the wa. and bat many Sm b "ho u s d g s now uso the p pe Pa.rns & Ha e B&rren county at $ 7 25 [He e he hamme ) amount, $870 87 pu chaser Stee MI STEVEN3 I mo e p o fi m4 to P& s & Hare Barren count y at $16 28 a ke ou be word e &mount, f29 99 pu chaser Sull van C oc n I want o lila e o he gen eman from nat V cnnon t that facts a e bet er ban a gument Pa r s & Ha o Bar en ounty at $15 He a nbutes tbe dep ess on of the obcco amount, $808 purchaser Andrew Graham trade o he cone us o n of the wa m be Parr s & Hare Barren coun y at $19 25 Sou h If he w nqrure hew find that o amount, S215 60 purchuers Moon & .August, n ne mont s befo e the war c osed Marsb 0 y obacco sh p n my coun y shut up Par is & Hare, Barren county at $ 5 75 There was not as ng e ma.n "hod d not se 1 amount, $829 17 1 u chaser S eel ou beoo.u se of he a.w Pa s & Hare, Barren county at Ma ScuE tobacco of the South amount $289 pu ch""e G F G d no m re omes n compet t on w th our9 Pe.rns & Ha. e Barren county at tha.n co on w h wheat The rs s a gummy amount, $8o5 50 purcha.ser S ce toba co u ed fo plug a.nd cavendLSb and Parr s & Hare Barren oouo 1 at no fi fo sm k ng wb o our "' fit fo smok amount, 50 purchaser John Ferguson ng and no fo chew ug oba. co W & S W on &m es, Boone county :r.r. -I s e y c en thot the at $12 75 amoun $216 75 purcbue tob;}.CC() wb eb. we a.:.se n Pennsy van a and Ferguson Ob 0 a n d a the W st except K ntucky a W & S W son & Semmes Boone county wha. s ca. ed the seed eaf. and the c gars at $ 2 S228 20 pu base Ferguaon made of that tobac o se I a wen y do I rs a A & Moore W & en coullty at i24 50 thousand and cos s twe e do ara and t298 90 pu cb11.ser BenJ Young fif y cents o make em udependen of the W & S at Slt amount, $ 95 80 pu tas Bu he tub o of Kn u ky exc p base F ancke tho C s a ways n hogs W & S at S 5 amount, pu c oser hel\d fj expo ta on and does not come n compeut on w h he s ed ea. of any k nd wba e M G R sWOLD -I des e to a.sk the gen t ema.n f m Penn y va. ta. whe he at the time of t h e dep ss o n o wh ch he a. udes t o e no n th ma ket a grea ea amount o ma.nufa.c u ed ga a than there had eve been befo e manufactu ed n e.n pa on of the a.x-MB STIIV:SNS -U nd ubted y but cou d they ha e g ne on a.nd ma.de tbem under the IJCi-tlalor6m tax f As was t wa.s imposs b to g on becouoe thn d re c t ax, togetbe w h ho ost, was more than bay could sel toc gasfo Ma M :a ILL 0 t roe? lli S EvtNs I know m on reu ned at S 5 25 amount $258 1 5 pu hase Fe guson Pams & Ha Bar n county at $18 75 amoun $312 12 pu ch e And cw Gra ham Pa ns & Ha c, Barren ounty at $ 6 25 amount, S842 06 pu chas G F Go d Pa s & Ha e B en co nty at il5 50 amoun $818 10 pu chaser S eel J oo Cookly Metc&lfe county at $ o amount S 71 pu chase John Baynham W D H en Owen county at $40 2b $480 67 pu chase C a k. W Hen e Owen oun y at amoun U6.5 4li pu 'lASer Gra Wil n & Su ue s lla. en oeoun y amou $176 4.0 pu< aser Go d W !son & Sum s Barren couo y at $10 25 amount, $161 95 pu chas J J B eh W on & Sume s Barren t $5 50 $ 58 85 pu c guson W son & Sumers Bo. ren county 75 $145 65 purclase W son & Sumers B!ll' n coun y $881 25 purcha e :Mn G swoLD I "ou d nsk the mnn if s no \he fa t tba.t c ga s a e & Sume Barren coun y amo mt $274 83 purcho e ed n New Y k a b s me a a. ss pn e ban bey can poss b y be p oduced o th s ooun y Ms.. STEVEXS I an no I may be ue I suppos h e e d a of smugg ug n New Yo k I have no daub th y carry t on o a. cons derab e ex ten Mn. MoRRIL -Now tba end Ma RA DALL o Penn y an a -I con gra. u a.te he gen eman f om P nnsy va.n a. [M Stevens] on he ann o un ement be bas J ut m&de tha be wa satan end. [Laugh te ) I underotand not at a n e d Mn. RADALL of Pennsy I van a sad so n. SrEVUS -No sad was a. a.n end I be eve t ewa s JU t be on g be Coppe heads on one s de and be Co fedc a. e arm es on be o he [Laug h ) [He e he amme I) :Mn W A.SBDORN of Massa huse s to al he a. tentl n of be House o som stntis cs 'Some ere g ven by he gent e rna f m W .oon u [M P&I e) I have some qere gom ng f om he In ema R enue Dep rtment hicll I th nk w U n o t be d s pu d ----Covmg on W son & Sume s Barr n coun y omount $282 00 purchase J no S W W lson & Sume s, Barr n ounty at $11 50 amouo $186 15 pu cl!!as Bnynbam W soo & Sum e s, Barren county a $16 25 amount, 295 75 pur base F e gus n J Sad e M nt om y coun y fenn n $ 7 50 amo nt, $236 87 pu bas Stee J Sad ler Montgome y coun y Tenn at $16 75 *193 20 pu h se Shan non Mad son J Sod Yon gom ) cGuoty T $ 2 amount, $1n3 20 purcbas bam J Sad er Yon gomery $9 05 amoun $ 70 14 Lebanon Ky R F Wood, lla en amount $269 80 pu cha c A a. go number of buyers we e p esen and en ered w h mo ethan usual sp upon he game of b dd ng and ou b dd ng wh was contmued w h hat good na.tu e wb ch has o}" ays form d a. d st gu hmg fea u e o he obacco ssles of the ty The offi ngs emo a.ced s x y fou hogsheads and we c o d at p es b gh y sa. s l c o y to a l concerned amount n g the aggregate to he handsome sum of $15 68 20 PRO PRIETORS F om the N nth treet wa chouse tho a my of buyers mo ed up o be P kelt w& e NATIONAL TOBACCO FAIR bOJISe The sale at the the N n h s ee boll,., eemed o have gtvcn buye s keener e sb for b dd ng and he the nvalry man AT May 81 LOUISVILLE, June l and Jun e 2 605 HOGSHEADS SOLD ested was en o.red w h pe uliar zest by hose "bo wero s mp y eporte s, ookers on r who had been u ed out by hetr nab y o dlS ncl na on o ow p n t he r g ddy fl gh a fif ea to hund eds &nd s up wn d Bu on "ent he b dd og h g s ad afte l ogsbead was sod fifi y seven y 6 e AGGREGATE SALES 8113 067 63 one bund cd st I th e wos long ne &tre cb ng away n the dlS ance, the ast one TErE fo ow ng nddi onn. to the gre t a L u s e a fu mahed us by he Leu "' le JJemOD at a d w be read w th e e t by toba o m n gen era y th ough out he coun ry Tb names of own ers, p e n ms p ccs p d and names of pu chasers at the s es at he d ffe ent e bouseli are as fo o.vs ha dly d ac nbc by the nak d eye Nn o e seem d d scou a.g d one would have sup pos d bat en h buyc !l.il the owne of a. n t onal bunk or ba r a dozen flow ng 0 wel s The b ttom do a was far b r off than he as hogohe&d and be ame qu t e endent ha.t they we e e q a to the hu c ask of buy g a bat was ffered At las be crowd en ered upon the home stretch NINTH STREET DO SE--HESIRS F I & BKO PROPRI:ETOR::I Miss Bet y W on p m &d $ 00 amoun $09o pu ch se c nna BON D and rap d y app oacb d thLC ast I og>ing at 116 1287 75 purc:loaser SuJU V.D B P Vancey Owen county three best at 545 $819 50 purchase Clark B P Yancey Ow n oounty three beat, &I $62 amount, $809 40 purchue Popkeo. B P Yancey Owen county bree best, at $40 60 amoun $411 07 C! k Sa ob Jane P ewett Taylor county p zed nt $28 50 amount, $218 20 cha se s Mo s & Mathews. J H H deb >nd Logan county Ius n neteen a $18 75 amount, $287 87 purcha s er Ed Ho brook J H He deb and Logon county three t $280 88 pu cha er J H He eb and L gan county b est at $ 5 75 amount, $259 08 chaser Whee e & Cummmgs. J H He deb and Log n county b ec be;n county a amount, $269 50 purchase Graham T omas J G nn Ba en county ship:Jea[ at $ 7o amou t, $257 87 pu choser Go m Ba co county sb p leaf $--purchase G a. James E Go n Barren nt $12 75 on oun $2 1 agreed upon WI b Te egT&pb, Steamob p and hpreas Companies Wh le tts not lne.ded that the Agency sb&ll engage n the purcbaae oflands t wll be u seful n find ng pu chasers for those who wish o sell and good nvest menta for those who wish to buy Owners who wiab to eobance the vaiu' of lands they ret& n by placmg settlers European or Ame can on o her &djoin ng l&nd&, w U ftnd the Agency an mpo tant nux Rulroad m mng and manufactur ng companies seeking cap ta or 1r sl :ng to place heir shares or bonds, w II find the Agency an etllc ent channel of comm un cati on w h cap tahsts seeking n veatmen s TOBACCO K.A.IUUlT DOJlEBTIC r ... n-''n'""-.Tune 1.6tb ToE general mn ket for }f'; tern l af con nues du Experte s de 1 oe to operate unde he p sent oond uon of the European markets and pol s except at a redu ction f: om he p csent ask og ra es Ho d s con nne fi m and r fuse genera y to make con 1 ho consequence s a very ght bus ness Sa es the past week amount to about 400 hogshead s of a I desor ptions f om fine leaf. Wlth n the range of our quotat ons. In he c ty trade a steady bus ness 18 done n sma ots at good pr ... The supp y of desrrablc sorts of manufactu mg leaf s very I gbt Good snuffers, cut ers and bo b w appers and mira k work are pee a y n .demand. loqf bas been mo e active b e past weelt both fo expo I and specu at on The aales amount o 05 cases Con nee cut wrappers at 49c 550 cases Oh o on p nte terms, bel evcd to be aQ.out 7c 56 cases Ne!V Yo k State at 8c. 150 ca.ses New Yorkr tobacco are o London 800 at20s L verpool 60 hhds at 17s 6d 100 at 20s B e men 60 hhds at 12s 6d a 15s 75 hhds pc s eame at 28s. Cbarters nc ude a B t isb bng to C v ta V eccbl& at 85s Fur 'll" ll'xchang .. -London j!l'liDe bank e s 60 days 107t a 109 London p me comme Cia) nom nal Par s, bankers long 6 26 a 5 16l Antwerp 6 26 a 5 20 Ham burg 86 a 86l Amsterdam 40t a 4lt F ankfo t 41 Bremen 78 a 79 G ld -H best rate on the 25th mol 156} l owest l6i loa ng 156 THE MAJOR & KNAPP Engravmg, Manufactunng, and Lithographic Co., 449 BROADWAY, NEW-YORK, FUBNISD d s pt on THE AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL AGENCY, 40 and 42 BROADWAY Ne-w-York, GIVES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE SALE OF Manufactured and Leaf Tobacco, AND COUNTRY PRODUCE GENERALLY LIBERAL CAS!I ADVANCES made on Vande oo & Co 88 B B 10 Pe k ns l'i Co 21 J V gel us & Seymou 10 Ga 8 CoastWISe from V rgm a and North Car olina H Koop 18 hbds. stems R B gcdo n 9 do sterus <19 do lla ch P ce & Co 66 C E H nt 4 A Nott bohm 13 Rob nson&Gnrth 4 W 0 M&ssc,4 R n 16 S Ayres & Co 559 pkgs Conno y & Co 20 H .. h & L 52 F sher & ..H 38 R 0 Edwa d 95 Dohan Carro & , 157 hn f ba es to Ha.y and 25 bxs nnd 20 cs o e Provm es Ma.nufactu ed con nu s s eadJ a p ev ous p ces In leaf sa s of 35 hhds W es e n at pnces n he rang M L B Ba. nes reports the rna ke rn the Commer al Bulle n f th s d&te as fo ows Manufi tu ed s n good equest n. s ea.dy p ces The recent se n go d has caused some of he manufa.ctu ers to advance the rates some\Jf bat, bu regu ar stand a d brands emam w thout change We quo e b st ta.x pa d navy lbs and quarter bs 72tc. a SOc med um navy 66c a 7Dc common 45c a 56c. Tens and quarter lbs be s t 70c a 75c med um 60c. a 65 common SOc. a In bond the var oufo qua ues and sty es range f om 22lc a 38c. Some v y supc or lots of qua te lbs n bond b ng 35c. a 45c Nob gbt goods o quo e, hough the e arc s some ots o d V g man more or 1 ss out of cond on hat se I as wanted at 55 a SOc MAnKBT du and p es unchanged Sa es of 50 bbds Kentucky nt Sc a 28c 2 cs. Connect ut wrappe s at 40c. a 60 10 cs do fi era a lOc a 15 21 es Ohio wrap pers at l5c a 25c 5 do filers at 6c 20 cs P nnsylvan a. wrappe s n. 12c a 18 8 do fi era nl 4c 142 bxs good brands V gm a m nufac ured, 72c a 75 o d na y do at 60 and b ght V g n a at $1 10 a $1 16 275 bu nov es weste n at 05c. a 6 8c. 60 do tens at 68 100 do V g n a nav es &I 75c 40 do b ght V r g n an pounds at Sl 1 20 do m d urn at 80 a 90c. 60 do common &t 50c. Baltlm.oa Saae 234 Tn mnrke s vo d of an Gonn Barr n cou amoun $248 82' a_. d ow. w th n our below Of Kentucky Go n DD.fl'en county five bes $2 7 pu ch!ij!er Frank 1'0 B COif U:: KD. PROSPECTUS OF THE AKERICAN UfDUI!TRIAL AGE!fCY IN 18i59 the cond on of France was some what ana ogous o tho p esent oond on of he Sou he n Sta es Long years of fo gn The pu pose of tho Arne can Indus Agency s to apply o he Sou!bern p an ng nte Jo .obu thof\e correct p m p es of po cal 0\lQDlllDY wh ch have bu I up the pri ncely unes o( t e Rothsch d jam ly The two l ead ng p nc p es of thei tion wee-1st C omb nat on and conce t or a ton 2d To occumulate fthe profits of a tho 'b...,. nto w b ch t.betr bus ness cpu d be extended ea. b an h thus. act og as an aux il nr.y and fc dor o a] tl o others TM cr.taus of adm n st at OQ ha been ca eful y ma u ed 1 bu nC!'S has be o d s bu ed be ween pp op a. c depa m e n s and he scrv s of co pe ent men o a se expenence n the part cu lr departments to wh cb h e y w n lro sev mlly aS nod ha a eady beon secu ed by the Cent a Agency 'lte c departmen s a c I Produce and F&e orage 2 j Bank n g and Loans 1 Trus( and Sn ngs 3 Ins urance 4 liDml.ra on Lbo and Lond s 5 Transporta on 6 Railroads Mines and Manu a tu es Arrangements a e be ng made to estab lSl B an h Agenc es n Lond n and L ve poo Pans and Havre and other finn.{lclal and commerci&l centres n Eu ope. Very a.d an ageous arrangements have & en.dy been n aod DOli'BST C RBOEIP'I'S For the week end ng June 25th nmopnl to 228d hhds and 8280 pkge cons good as fo lows By E e rail oad and Hudson vc Campbel 10 hbds. Fatman & Co 97 G Ren sen 9 Krome berg & Co 14 0 K K ng & Co 1 C B F&llenste n & Bon 47 81 pkgs A M Cardoz & Co 8'1 bbds Norton Slaughtc & Co 10' R L Mo t and & Co 806 G & P 40 Oelr cbs & Co 97 Bacon Clardy & Co 187 Sel gsburg C & Oo 8 Obe Nanson & Co 32 F her & Co 4 Bare ay & L. 41 C asson & Co 28 Bael zer & Yaaks, 7 Sawye Wa lace & Co 277 I M 2 Wa ts C &no & Oo 67 W !cox Perk ns & Co 70 He neken & Pa more 12 I Croc!lett 9 Murre! Caru b & Co 46 Baker Son Co 45 Hoyt Bros 8 Garth, 2 W agncr & Son 8 Rob naon & Gartl 10 :March P e& Co .l2 J M Forbes 2 J H Reed & Co 88 pkgs Gasse t & Bro 25 T Ve te len '9 N ewdc kcr Bros 25 J :Macy s Sons, 130 Wh te B os 1 bhd By Camden and Amboy railroad Watts C ane & Co 22 bhds Murrell Caruth & Co 9 0 J Eggers, 14 Swye Walla e & Co 8 Norton Slaughter & Co 1 T B Woo sey 11 J W Pnce, 11 G 0 Holyoke 2 Carleton F & Co 10 G W H man & Co lOpkge Coastw se from Ba timore D MeA p n e hhds Rawson Bndgland & Co 6 Ruete s Son & Co 1 J A. Dodd 4 Krem elborJ & Oo. 88 C C 1 Dube s, G a1gow-2 .174 tota $924 G b al a 424 hhds $05 468 172 cs $7500 1223 lbs mf $343 to a $l03 206 .Amwal a-16 hhds $2960 gs .. c gs o $88 7 168 28lbs mf $93 888 to a $105 674 e-1 ca c gar $108 ])utch W. tt Ind u-2877 Brt uh N. A Cowns 1649 & B uh West Ind s 1 cs $49 2 cs $102 14 808 bs mf $2290 to a!, $2441 Cuba-80 cs $ 350 3289 bs m[ total $ 263 V rgm a we not ee sale of 20 hbds on e ms not ra.osp red Iospec ons th s week we e 790 hhds hfa y land 79 Oh o 10 Kentu "-.Y (stems and 30 V rg n aIota 1400 hhdo C ea d same me 705 bhd to Deppe F an and 14 to West lnd e s Present to k 27142 hhds s dul and w tbout Bloh:m:ond, .June 28d TDE 18th nst the sal s we e tcs and 43 hbds of tho er 40 rang d n m $4 20 o $87 and 3 fi om $65 o $84 The 19 h ns sales nc uded 6 bxs 5 tes 1500 bs mf $422 No G anada-44 bales $876 mf $353 tota $1229 7 bs and 56 hbd of tb !at e 42 ranged fi om $4 60 o $ a d 4 from $80 o B az l 1 ca $ 10 11 L .. .... "" Loaln'llle -lone fuET tl m and s e3dy fo aU good and uscfu g ades Inrc or and nond & npt a e neg ecte() Rec pts sh()W a. fa n off from nst s ason Sa es to day nc uded 2 hhds cut n leaf at $80 a $8S 2 do at $87 a $89 7 hhds s ems a Sl 90 48 b ds eof at $8 a $8 95 i2 do at U a '5 00 45 do a $6 a S9 60 do at $10 a $ 2 75 44 do at $ :11 a $20 2 do nl 125 50 a $27 50 2 do at $28 50 a $80 3 do a $87 a $39 Ctoclnnatl .June 2.24 ow grad s are n g ected The sales of af at Bodma.no s a e ouse end ng h s date we c a.s fo onme y 61 hhde Mason Co eaf. lugs nnd t ash 11 at $3 a $4 7o 16 at $5 a $8 25 26 at $94 $15 75 6 at $18 a 125 25 8 at $26 50 a $28 1 at 140 27 bhds Sou hem Ken ucky 12 at *7 a $18 12 at $14 a $20 25 1 at $2o 1 at $86 1 at $50 25 hhds V g n a-2 nt $4 1 at S5 50 1 at $6 75 2 nt$7 8 at $ 0 8 at Ill 7 2 at Sl5 50 1 at 1 at $20 50 1 at $21 7o 2 at $24 1 a! $!6 1 at $26 lat $27 1 at $20 lal $40 lal $72 S. es of leaf at Mor s & Cblllfuot s ware bouse for the week end ng Ibis d& e compr se 137 bbds w I 36 e ctions nftme y 94 hhde Mason county a[ lugs and t ash 29 at $3 a $4 75 80 at 15 a *8 75 27 at $9 a $15 75 8 at $16 a $25 22 bbds Sou hero Ken ucky-9 at 17 50 a $12 13 at $13 50 a $24 21 hhds V g rua l eaf and lugs 6 at $5 a $10 50 5 at $11 a $14 75 6 at $18 50 a $22 211 1 at $8 1 at $56 1 at S 00 1 at $122 81 Loula .Tuae 2111 E D Boor.u com.m ss on merchant. reports the fo low og ssles at he warehouses th s morn ng 2 hhds green ug at $2 50 a $270 11 I bds facto y. do &I $3 a $4 10 1 hbd pan ers do at $5 1 a $6 5 6 bhd common leof al $7 20 a $9 50 2 med urn sh pp ng leaf nt 110 50 a$ 1 75 9 bbds good sh pp ng at SIS a $15 50 6 hhds med um manufactur ng at 6 a 119 75 8 bhds good manufactur ug at 120 25 a $99 25 9 bbds fine manufactu ng nt $80 a $01 50 1 bbd bo eo manufactunng at $4 50 4 hhds fancy at $78 1114 $lol and 1166 Four hhds were passed and b ds on 24 reJeC ed W th a Ia ge propo t on of manufa.ctur ng offc ng and be pres s ure of buye s f om othe po nts the e was more 1 fe and the b ds e;ec ed were om parative y few The pr nmpal featu e of the week was the cxh b tion and pr m um sale ast Fnday It was a deserved success a.nd h ghe r ra es were r.ealized on prem um and o her samples than h&ve ever been he o or e sew-here $650 $600 and $601 per 100 pounds bemg reached on these samples W h tb s ex ccp on the market b&S b en w thout an ma t on. TblS week the rece p s are much n creased and the feeling IS dull a mucb The 20 b nsl the sa es were In ca r ng ng f om .410 to 72 50 5 mng g fi om $4 50 a $125 and 8 1 &t sa 10 a $122 I he 2 st nst he sol s we e 22 b s at 15 25 a $118 60 3 tcs. at $3 80 $31 and $109 67 hhds at $2 20 a $<1'1 'cfh 22d ns the sol s were 2 bxs a $36 and 62 bbds at $4 60
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' -lQOR'J!liR8 .t.liD ll.f..Ntii'ACT URJC9 OF Fine Hav ana Segars, W !JOLEUL '8 A N D RIT.t.l.L D .I.I. U:nS llii loLL JU!W S O P Leaf' T obacco, Ch ewing Smoki n g Plug, etc. No, 140?( BOWERY, NEWYORK.. 1 Tbe Trad e a up pJied, All p romptl y uecukd, [70-tiS _CUTTING TOBACCO, or v arlo u a gra d e,, !or h1 lob W h y J. C HAVEMEYER & BRO., 1 7 5 P earl-street New, York. I -O.l--SO FARNHAM & -BARNES, 238 S T A T E ST.'t HA.It.TFORD, tUtfTtl8AOC08t .u.ao ciGaRs, No. 165 Water-street, New-York, P. &.-A ot Moore' geru doe Kil UckiQic k Tob&c:eo lor sale cheap --es-ni M. WESTHEIM &. CO., M..oiJU,.I.OrORUII 01' 1'1101. 1110 Cases Wrappers-Crop 1864. liO do. Cood Quality Fillers-1863. Fine-C u t C hewing an d Smoking Tobacco, Sn uff, C igars, and Havana S i xes. LICORICE. P PLUG TOBACCOS AND CIGARS AT MAKERS' PRICES. ,; ll..._':IIUPJ.O'rU RER8 0 .... FINE CIGARS, BEO..A.B:.B, ,. 6&-i 2 ---N: E. BERRY, TOBAC C O BROKER .. HID c!fommissi:ott :Wm 9 q. l'rfs' t B ank o r RepubLic; !Ueasrs 0 '1'. Jlu.et.e' e SoiL ISaltlrn o re: M es sr.i. w .. Lam p i ng & Oo. ; T. H eald & Oo.; L W G tmtber, &q. 67-99 JACOB HENKELL SEGAR BOX M ANUFACTOBY, (Superior Make & Prime Quality, ) OF CEDAR WOOD 157, 159 and 1 61 Goerck street, 691 2 1 NEW-YORK. JOSEPH LOW, OUR BRA NDS FINECU T CHEWIN01 SUNNYSID E HEART'S DELIGHT, NATIONAL. THOMAS HOYT&: CO., N ew-Y ork. HOYT, FLAGG & CO., Louinille, Ky. HOYT, FLAGG & CO., Succe non to H OYT, B A RBO U R & CO. 107 and 109 Second S t., L OUISVILLE,. KY., EXCELSIOR MILLS PURE POWDERED LICORICE, Gum Arabic, OLIVE OIL, TONQUA BEANS, And othe r Fla.vorln&'l ror Tobacconbts' uae, ror ple b 7 WEAVER & STERRY, lmportero, M a nufatturen o f the following c ele brated brandt of H-S1 16 PLATT-ST N Y. FrNE. CuT C aEW ING ToBA cco, ------------SUNNYSIDE, SWEET OWEN, HENRY M MORRIS, ROSE-BUD. No. 99 Pearlst., NewYork1 KrnrcKINICK SMOKING ToBACCOS, I MPORTER AN D soLE AGENT, G olde n Eagl e G rand M ogul, Chi mney C orAI ANU FACTtm, A. ,Jfa s b ln.gtoa-st., w r t artlay, .NEW-YORK, And o t L 1:M a.Dd D A rk W o r k Lump, aad R o ll To b:acco Nepperhan Tobaeco Wor ks, Yonkera, N .Y. 1 OllKWOI'O roucco.l F i n" C u t, Plato M U d Tile CelcHlrnud and Swe e t Oranul at.W Y o un g AIDer leA I 8JfOLIMO T OJUCOO. Turtt.h, SLandnrd Sa v or1, ll!:agle, B pa.n bll, Oa.v e n d lsb1 Extra Lon g ) rencll, D.Dd other No n pllre il Lon! O ut., Fane1 Smoldo.f lled allloo, aml ShortCut N o J, T ob at:co. SNUFF R ose Soent.e<11 Mac cubo y h c n c h Kappe e C on(feiB a n d Scotch. 1.'ums liberaL G o ods W arrankd. Ordert ex ecuteLI. 2a-8f) C HICHESTER & CO., 51 BOWERY, N E WYORK, llll"OR U K S .ern l>R..l.LDB l1f Manufactured at Poughkeep s ie, N e w-York GIFFORD, & INNIS 120 WILLIAM-STREET, 56-67 H:EW-YfHJ.K. ADAMS & OSBORNE, Commission Agents, .U:D DKOU;N! 1::<" Leaf & Manufactured Tobacco, LICORICE, TONQU.l !lEANS Etc., NO, 1 3 OLD-SLIP, w t N'0wYorft. WM. B OslloK!IL f GOOD S F ORWARDED. 81 -Cl CHAS. H. CALISCH, BROKElt I N LEAF TOBACCO AND SEG-.A.R..S, 18'2' PEA..RL STREET UP-STAIRS Q t! t! R (> CELEBRA T E D BOUQ UET SI!OKING TOBACCO. A 4.> .. 1'-" U t N Q 1781 WATER STREET T o boooo(l o bood" du 51 Exchange--place, Be.ltimore. T obacco:snutf '&Cigars, & J.!'IIO D.ll:ll.KRS .r.f J.LL IUIIDS OJ' ftR mtb j lug \!0"111: 209 WATERST., l o-4 8 ll'ffo'llll. I ;----..... Meerschaum and Bruyere Pipes, AL80 All oth e r Kinds of Smokers' Artioles, -100 D5 KaldexH.ane, Ntw lf d tbe C Ollltruc t i o n and durabllUy recommend 'Lhe N.&.TlONAL P I PE In every way f o r the Ule ot Mecrsc.hautn & Briarwoo S OLE AGENTS, THOMAS HOYT & CO., PIPES. 1: LANE, 404 PEARLSTREET. HOGLEN & GRAFFLIN, O WSJmS OP PA.T:1T8 J.lrn !OLI MJ.lrot..I.C'I'URtRS O P PEASE S CELEBRATED SELF FEEDING TOBACCO-CUTIINO ENGINE. P. D CASEY & CO., Hundreds o f these labor-saving Machines. in usa in the bes t houses in the country, attest the value of them. Continuous feed no loss of buts, more of c mt, brJghter T o bacco, and more cut with leu labor than with a.ny othor machine in use. It has b tten greatly str engt h e n e d and improved 1n the put y-ea.r. We o.l.Jo m anufacture Plug Machine s. Btom Rolle rs, and Patent Dryer. For full particulars. address HOCLEN &. CRAFFLIN, BUCKEYE T O BA.C BUCKEYE TOBACCO GUTTER. ll l:.oLJ.Rii 1)1 Leaf Tobacco, 8 6 MAl1lEN-LANE, P D.O.uu N:EW-Y{3RK. F. W. RITTERHOFF' S PATENT IMPROVED Par ties or p ure h u l ng, or wa.nt.ln g l nf o rmati o o applyt.o JAMES ADAlYIS & CO Agenta for t h e Sta.t e or NewY ork, BUFF.ALO, N.Y. HAND --BULKLEY & MOORE, TOBACCO-CUTTING soLE AGEN' r s MACHINES. l'o r parUc u J a rJ and clreulan, app ly at N o IW CEDA R Tli.BET, oppodte Po&t.-0fllce1 NewYork. IH-ti3 BARBER' S CELEBRATED Patent Segar Machine. No. 74 Front-street, W e are n o wrecel ving, direc t f ro m the m.s.nufa e t uru, a lhnlt ed q u t.nut y o r this ve r y C elE"b nt.ed and Sup erio r Tol.oacco, to whlc h we invit e tb e atte ntion o f.J.he Trad e. BULKLEY & MOORE, SOLE AGENTS, 7 4 FRONT-STRlllET. NEILSON & NICHOLS TOBACCO & GENERAL AUGT!ONSSast No. 113 P e:1r l-street ( REUlover-square), NB.W-YOBJC. OT 1: 6. lluW.&I!u.ll. ir"BJ.RKio.TT,N e w Orleansj_0 ... 1'1JM PQ tus, lluTQ!I, E vn n .. v.lle, I nd.; WM. H W1LLUJ&1, C&lhoa. o &Dd ln L Howard, Prestons & Barrett, Com11iissi0-11 Merchants, Jf:t:W-ORI.IL\.1f8, LA, JOHB A. HARTC.OU, FIME i93 PEARL-sfll i .ET, J lwEWYORK .: r SCHMITT. & STORM ;f:fEQA_B8, )?E:ALE !UI lN );". c;:tOBACOO, PEARlc&TREH, J (J$EJ>Ii'!!CIIIolf'TT; .... liEW-YORK. 'l' 1 W.IIQLD.1,L.J; .lOfi'IT 0(. t j, BAG LEY'.S ,,DE-Ttfin1' FINECUT CHEWING TOBACCO, 'lfO. 'l'4'WltLIAJf'-STREET, NeW Y O r k .. DE BRAEKELEER & FOOTE, CiGARs:, ..UW D&.O.i:M L'f LEAF T-OBACCO, lf o : 94lleekman-st : near i ea.rl : !lew-York. Sole }'r opri6Qrs a.nd ll&nufa dure1'15 of lhe celebrated La PerCece!on E I Compal\ ero, aJ?Cl El Qon\e1 t o t brands o f Cigars. mGGIN'S, -'-'"' r LEAF TOBACCO, N o \ 13 1 _Waterstreet, "'- ""'"""';} I F 1JIGQIKS. & CO., lronas!;OP .u m :J..Lata m FOREiq.N & DOMESTIC ., .Nuzr Br,oodzcay. 2,. (6.'-UC.) .. New-York. M. H ,LEVIN, T TIIIPOrtT.Ia o t obaeco and Segars, ., .llfD DB.ALD _nf .U.L Or I LEAF 162 PEARL. ST near Wall-st., lo0-82' I :nEW-YORK. & ELKINS,PATENTED JUN E 24th, 1862. 348 PEARL STREET, NEW YOR K. l OR:" lll1L80!11. .._,. ... W RL'UOCHDL!, IMP-OR.Tf:D -AND -DOMESTIC Q(l_!.'!!!llt Celebrate d Patent Chcwin[ Tob a c c o t:E Ki" 'f B A c c e. I. S. BARBER, Sole Agent for th o United States PELLETS. 140'WaterStreet, OUR BRAND S : ___ _:_"...;H L ;I<:ELLNER, 'onutttirut 177 PEA -RL STREET, (Upltaln,) -' aoa -Jn:W-aK, SCHRODER & BON, nr?O &'!'.J:U. 01' ) Havana S egars. ;and Tobacco. .u.so, KANUFACTURER OF SEGARS .... Dealers In Lea'f T'Obacco, 258 Pearl Street, near Fulton, .. MOSS' & _fA'U{, Criterion, W ashington Imng, Ali'D OTHER li'BANDS D EJ.l.Eti 1M' '4 'II LEAF TonA:oo o N O 7 B URLING-S LIP. l' 1H Foot <>1 {49-! 1 ) Nl:W_;.'l('QRK. C. LANGENBACH MUtuP.I.CTUa&!l. 011' J.LL Dlfni b!'! FINE-OUT, CID;WING, SMOJO:NG s-N"bF-F!--T,"' R S LATQRRE, IWI'ORTU OF TO BAO C. 0 LEAF, &vana Seglllll, etc., 187 Pearl Street, oor. F. W. MER.l'ENS, No. 71 lissex St., nea.r Gra.nd St. '" ......... Dl ltaflobacco 11-81 L. BERINGER &: CO.,_ Se[ars, Pln[ and Leaf Tobacco, Ifo. U S WATER BTBEET, New-York. ..... ALL ()llDER! PUNCT-UALLY ol'l'!R N DED TO. 10-66 -WIC. 8 EQ AR (Superior Make OF CEDAR WOOD/ No. 26 Willettatreet, ftEW-TOIIJJ: M'. ME'I'ZG:Eib, D eale r ln all F o r e ign nd Leaf Tobacco, A n d SEGARS-;,;," 1 7 S t W A T E R S C R EE;J!: NEW-YORK. J "' 2 1 9 JOHN BRAl!iiM, S u ccuao r to BBA.:niJ."U & 28 Atlant ic-st., Brooklyn The above M a chine hlLB been In sncce!lru t opera.lliln f o r over five 1ea ra, In c it y B-roo klyn, lVUUamsburg, and. e lae where, to t.he e nUre of thoEe u s i n g t hem a.nd can be teen at 848 Pearl -street Tt wclg l18 ltut 14 l b !., &D.d c.11n be operateo:l t ., \ 11'-er: l msc()RTJ:RS OJ' .lleerJChaum Wood Pipes, and &11 ot h er Bmoklnr Arlicleo Conrtlandt street, LEE BROTHERS, TOBACCO, KAUFMANN BROS. & BONDY, Bl:GABB, o ._ A.ud a SUperior Lunclyfoo t Bamf. H. BLATH,''i/ i .. ;r 01' 210 llet. Ridf! arul Pitt"' Jli!W Yllllla. L pr' orden proml!tlY a ttended w. to.: JOSEPH HALL, ,; Segar 76 Barclay-stre.et, N. Y. A LAJlG.V.SSO R TMEN T O F CHOICE SEGARS D..l.DT fOJt IIIOCI'DrJ.n ou. ..,_.. -ALWAYS Ol!J RAND 'J. M. MAYORGA, JXPO nTDI.oO TIN FOIL. JOHN J. CROOKE & CO., .&... L INDD.EIM M r..&L K H LINDBEIM (Near fhooadw&;yJ HEW-Y ffilll: IF' Depot o f H W llkt"!ll oil: Co.'a T obaooo Work, Baltimore Kd. u BRIAR PIHS, Havana Leaf J And .u other Smok e r&' Article&. E. R O SENWALD & BROTHER, IJ.I'POil.n:ns J.SII 0 All K inds Havana and Domestic FINE TOBACC O & CICARS, TOUCCO FOil & BOTTH CAPS NO. 38 CROSBY-S T R E ET, Ne"\v-YorH::. SEGARS,_ S. HIRSCHORN & CO., LEA F ;.c;La icc o, SE!{+A R S Water-stnet, ...... .a "'i"ii o :., II< (MM a ldoola o, kllw YORK. r ( )hacccr Works, lf! 1]j @J {g; J0_ NEW-YORK CIT Y TOBACCO 2 4 6 248 N Y Jf011. 140 Pearl-st. & 1 06 Wat e r s t. K ALEXANDER ROSS & CO., JOSEPH MAYER & SON S ...... "'"" ... The Celebrated Solar CHEWING, SEGARS. Leaf & Manufac t ured Tobacco, Smokin g and Chewing Tobacco. : .b:BRANDB-I 'Vlnep.rd. Smoke r' Dell&bt, PoeahooW, J'loral, K l lll ck lnJck1 B randa, U C:t:DARI'P\EET, ts.-so .NEW-YORK. Kcw-Yort & Virginia StcamshiD COllliany. T.BE OLD LINE, FROM PIER 21 N R FOOT 01!' FULTON-STREET, For Norfolk, City Pofnt, & Riohglond. &TIAMERS GO TO THE WllARr AT'RICRMOND, Tbe n e w an d elegaht; GIORG W C o11CK Oom.ID&Iltdet, e vtr) 8aturdayat8r. M SARA. TOGA, ADoLiaL lCD-o Comm and e r leane New t rk enry W ed.otllld&J' &t. 8 r.K. .. BUia ot L adln.3 1 iped U t.he wh.t.-rt. P ... r &CCODlmodaJ.I.ons uoau.ri!Uie(L G Hli:Ill'liDII t P ALJIO:IE, .. 11ft a.oJ.Df{A Y. G ood to and fro m &11 parts o f VJrgtnla, Nri Caro l ina, 1'eiuJeUH, etc. fonn. n lod b y the A g e nt.a r .. ee ol C:UUUXI.t.l on. ta-t! ......... CHARLES SEITZ. mD Cut, CheW!ll[, Smokin[, and PlU[ (Soooe .. o
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.. -, J. L ADAMS, Plug and Twist Of the following llmndl : 'f BRIGHT. lll!OIS-109 liEWORLEAliS LA. CHAS. C. MENGEL & CO., Ta. H. v .. TI ... .. 1:-. A. M:KUI.U. THEO, J. Vr..TTUI.L11N. B T: V f..TT&Rl.I.Df .. VETTERLEIN & ..(; 0 .-, PHILADELP.HIA, PA., lr t ..oil t"' odw. .,, J ,/ COM)\,1ISSl9N I1-l1 ( I 1 J 61 _,. .. / TbBAdOO 6, M. loi'COI\1(1..11:1 A.:\J) !II.AI'Io"'UFAC'I'UJUI:RS OF CREWI!fnrebase or A. Now-York. PHISTER -HOW Proprt'etors TOBACCO & CuTTON F:ACTORS1 Depotal3oatt:.t.. W'ltthaus's,cornerFronl "" GENERAL ,. r ...,a Rno. P.hiladelnh' 61 L E.A., .. 0d a.Bm-A''"CSal'c '' O' Leaf Tobacco & Cigars, Commission and Forwarding r:llllKSl(naowx. GEIU.HTTW.l\R'oWN .. WlLLIAH,U.ROGER!. s kl k:h I T b MERCHANTS, mo o; C\Y ur; 0 ,ceo, Agents AtUtlltlo uaaat Mail Steamsh>p Line BROWV & )ROGERS, 14 West ,Front Street, and A' Kludo of Smoken' 4f6 :COLUMB!Jt-S11REET, BB.OO KLY.N, 5+-79 31 N ew-Orleau.. f. -' ., .J )JI ; ..,r UNITED STATES BoNDED W ARE,HOUSE. Consignors can forward LEAP & l!A.NUFACTURED a'OBACCO, Ellitn.blhIU' d I 844. Office. Canal, between Thirteenth and Virguua to New-l!ork, CI.KCI.Jf"Jro!ITI, OHIO. Cor of Cary a1:.d "qug1nia Eits., Richmond, Va.. .1 J' 981'111!, Il&.&Lli:BS J Large Etoc,ke of MMon Outt.lng &nd Segar Leaf. A rticlcs, 0!-!0t N C READ SEGARS, TOBACCO AND PIPES, tn 120 No s St.. B. ,-.; il!w-You:,l62 We.ter..t.. [M-104] ST.l.oma, litf.:Seco ,nd .. ,.r M BROWN, Manufacturer, -their stocks without prepayirig the government taX. I B. A. VAN SOHAICK, & CO., n waouou ._ T6BAOOO &; S.EGAR FINE SE-GA.BS -WALTER K. MARTIN & CO., (l'ormerly N. M. :'tlAI!.THI, SoN & Co., ) ::. 1\ :'i)"flliliBhe 1 1146. ;JIJI T o :B :A C G 0 Commission Mere ant Tobacco Inspection & DArSMAN, FOnTIIrDnoiU.:tl(Ag;s!u: i WARE T 0 B p Q 0 01>-67 BALTIMORE, MD. HOUSE, I>KJ.L E k J1( -' ,BROOKLYN, E. Eh CIGARS, LE!F -AND fUN UF ACTURED A.GEN'r FOR LORILLA.RD'.; SN'TJF'F' AND 'I'OBACC:'l. For the Sale ao.d Purchase of Leaf Tobncco. Shockoe Warehouse, Richmond, Va., 503 CHESTNUT-STREET, PHILADELPHIA,., "'""' atwavi tho 11n,.1 ol 1 MEMPHIS TOBACCO EMPORIUM. Nos. lOO, 102,104 West Front St., O.I:.J.LE!\ m .. roprietors. No. 12 South Second Street( Leaf, Manufactured, and Fine-Cut Tobacco, ... 191 0fJ:''" """'"m' uotcl,) sT Louis, oiTZmS..U.E01' .. u,.u-y 13th Sts. Richmona, ya .. 7 R. A. YOUNG!!'& BRO ,l CIGARS, PIPES, etc., et a., M FRIED'1W' A 'T & CO 198 FRONT-STREET, u B d & B JD.AlL' ., 413 '9HES_TNU'r-STR:ET, ACTURER-A .l'HD ..A.fJOITB l"OR B-\LI ?P, 1iV / AC'I'..-.: J Tho Ina!, Jr., Etq : 8 C. Rol:tinson, 1 n.f T 'b E::t.1 Pres'l Planters' Natiomd \lank ltlchmond, Va u ll 9 1 'O':Ef'l'''i l'l3ank, l 'etcrl!burg1 Vn. 38-59 ..,-LEAF. TOBACCO [I 1Jj' @ @l"' 161, 163, & 165 Pearl-stree t o. 3, ...Iron on Syco.more-street, PETERSBURG, Va., OF ETi Y-STREET), Commission Merchants ( Orders for the Purcha.se of Leaf Tobacco, promptly and carefully execit ted. -:o:122 West Second Street, CII\ICINNATI. rOR Tlltc 8-'l!:l A D PUnCI.IASI 01' leaf an Manufactured Tobacco BROKER Central Wa.reh'OUse, PETERSBURG, Vo,, will pay bit person" I aUeotlon t.o the purchSi!O oC alll.:.lnde ot NANtli'ACl'OlUNG SJJd LEAF TOBACCO. ONiera rollelted t 1 n l-t ll.efers to T.A.N.K.u:m.J.., MolLlt'-u.711""1: Co., 79 New-York. 1 SS -----BROWNLEY, BURTON & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS I Hlift'li"EU aJ.OW ilD ELM, CINCINN&TI, 9:100. ................ -. 1111 LAUGRLll'l BRASHEARS McLAUGHLIN & CO. (i\IJCCe980rsf.() 0. A. McLJ.liGID.IN & Oo.,) It, TQ Commissio n ]ferchants, U.S BONDED WAREHOUSE NO. I, No. Walnut-street, "' ; CINCINNATI. 'Libar&l on Consignment! 20i C:E'LI.:Is & BuRr.'Ew, MA'gt S. E. cor. Third and Buttonwood sts., s E G A IJ. s PHILADELPHIA. .,, A 8 ........ _._ A leo dealet' In all k 1nrt or Len.f '.l'obaceo Imporled and ...1.. Domu:tic Segara.-of aU kinds, CObl>tiAntly on Ln u u1 and l o r '1 HARTFORD, con. !a.le :. t the luwodlt MSh prices. ---.romr MITl:UI:LL A.&CDim TBnS Wk!. ll.!tU> MITCHELL, TEVIS & CO., WlHILES.!.U.: D I':.\LF.KS J.LL Kll'IDS Ot" Manufactured Tobaccos, and D omestiq Oigars, etc., etc., 2'7 North Third-st., Phtladelilhfa, C & L. :M. FRANK & CO., Qneen City TobacCo vvopks. LEAF & MANUFACTURED TOBACOO, Shockoe Wlir-ehousc Richmond, Va. W ]), GIBSON h!IIl bo!en .Dllttblishedf(in:e :_B.% [G4-l8::1 ;c-.---GIBSON & WATKINS, PEEBLES & 'co., SCHOTT & OTTEN, No. I Iron Front Building, NO. 17 MAINSTREET SYCAMORE-STREET, Betw-een and PETERSBURG, VA. ,I.," <2-.urb3M, curing cf new leal on eowrullfnon. I D:-M. SEY M OUR: ..... R. A. CHAPMAN, ..... t -1 I'ACX:ft Jo.li'D 15 LE-AF AND MANUFACTURED f T rt : HAVANA AND";"ARA TOBACCO, ll au 31 BiDad..treec, Boton, J e 62f!7+.W cor. Third and Poplar &ts., Philadelphia.. DR, TJ.YLoR, TAYLOR & HEMPHILL, WHOLESALE TOBACCO lfEALERS, 222 MARKET-STREET 62-Si l'RILADELl'HIA. G. L. WCi.I..TJ.Itll'. CO.UUS WltLTJXS WOLTJEN BROTHERS, OF ALL :E:ISDS OJ' OLA.YPIPES ., ..,.., .. AND SEGARS, ALSO WH'QLEl!ALJ Dll:AJ..ERS IN Leaf a.nd Manuf actured TobKcco, etc., 221 NOR'tU 'JI-IIRDST., Philadelphia. ldOOAii S. & J -MOORE, -;TOBACCO Merphants, 10 7 North Water-street ; 62-lU PHILADELPHIA. ES:I'ABLlSHED J.SOO. FRISHMUTH BROTHER & CO., MaD.lltt.cturcn c.nd Wholeia\., In all kinds of SEGARS, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, 151 Narth Third-street, Phila.delphh .. FACTORY, 223 & 226 Quarrystreet. W"' No CON!I'.BCTJON whnttTC r wlth 11.ny OTBI>:R bou,..e of B UtE UU, r p.-87 For-low,l!Oti....,""""' ... OhloTo""'" G,l! 'J. SIGNOR & CO., J:n.A VENPORT, G ........ .,.D ,. 3 3 J. Connecticut Seed-Leaf Tobacco, COMMERCIAL BROKER, Tobacco & Cigars, EAST HARTFORD, -DANVILLE, VA., 107 PURCHASE-STREET, &r All to With hhtyJ'"""'"'""ufAolum,nd dealer In tbai c l ass or Bright. Tobacco !!:'own alone ln t11is """ J. H. FILLEY &, CO., re!>lon of country, and a very aC"qunlntnnce w1th C MU L B the phmtera and. tnanu!&ctur(-ra, oiJen lii:! 3, n. J.'., ...,A E & RO., PACKERS & DEALRS P"'""'ofTnbaooo. :urtri'.&OTUAD.ll;;ALD 11. MII.I.l.Jlt MK. Hh:NltY 011.. !JR J. J. JONES, llR. T. f'. PAT'l 'UN, NewOrloans. 62-74 GJ:<.ANT & COMPANY, Ol" CIGARS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION', UD DE.I.I..Iffill JN Forei[ll & American Leaf Tobacco, LABELS, .RIBBONS, ETC., 149 Highst., Providence, R.I. GUll'!", StJ-6! ,-, .t.. U. BUCKNOR,-rJI'GAMMO.filCO., Commission Merch ts, 11'1 .UL Dli:SCfi.IPTI0N8 01' 10 BE .USF.J> IN Pt&Ciil Oi' LARDS AND OLIVE OII.a I'OR l :.! SNUFF, FINE-CUT, CHEWING, AND PLUG TOBACCO, LEAF AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO. J. & 38 N. Delaware-ave. COMMISSION-MERCHANTS )The arilcle ill cteaper than o !l. does and rerment, and henc e dou not mould i'ol.lacco. ITAll'J'JJIA.NN & LAIS'.Ii, inelnnaU. 0. New.york Agenoy: ,l BRt!f?,JJ(,. tiT Wall st. 44-69 I ) f.,, For the Sale of Manufactured and Leaf Tobacco, Cigars, eto. G'l-114 I WM D. c. Mc.UIMON, A. J W NA:,!'!AU. t2f1 Ul'\JTEO STA'rES WA.RETTOUS E Con I !nr\\lll' liALTIII!ORE TOBACCOl .. J. J. REQUARDT & SON, AND GENERAL COM1USSJil.N MERCTIXtm. No. 11 South Front Street, PHILADELPHIA, PAZ THOMAS HARE WU OJI>S AL'i .f,IBLR!I l!i AIL 1\ISDM {), I<'OBEWN AND UOJlliSTIC leaf and Mariufaeiilfed TOBACCO SNUFF, SEGARS,'ETC., Nos. 474 and 503 N, Sccond-st 153 and 155 Noble-st., ., PHILADELPHIA Agent ror Out & Ax 'a Tol.la cco ueoJ Sno.tr. til J.P.lfST itOtlO. WDOLJti,.U.B llUIJRS [N .LEA:F TOBACCO, ::.Kj q Qo .A.BD ll.A.lfliPJ.O'M1U1tS Of' J. / -'I.G Btl, No. 63 South Gay Street, near Pratt, :BALTIMORE, MD. liO-M Q GIE8Xl!:. ED. NIBH..A.NN I GIESKE & NIEMANN, Leaf Commission Merchan ts1 NO, 78 OR RLESST., (Bat:. and'Pr..fott--fta ,) F L. BRAUNS & C0.,1 .... 11 Chea.psi,.dQ, I BALTIMOK, .MDot & NEWYORK, Tobacco Commission Merchant. Se\'.:rnl brands or Llcortce Paste, direct Importation, on halid, ill.J(l fur saJ.c, ia bond. or Outr ll'lll.l, m Lo sutt purcnaacl8, @-t/0 ... JOHN B. BR:A. '' 0., TOBACCO& COMMISSION HOUSE FOR l'UE SAtF' .. Oil leaf, Manufacture1:'8 0)' TOBACCO SEGARS, ETC., 14ts vvest; Pratt-street, D,o(!r8 w&.t of Oulvert 1 BA.L'l.'IlYI.OJl.E. DKI!IUY .A, WDB, 62-87 CASEY, NOONAN & CO.J Co 111111 rssi tJ!l M' CI'Ch au ts nm fl.u.e 01 TOBACCO, A. & R. Armstrong, TOBA'CCO COMMISStON MERCHA,NTS, F 0 w. FELG NER, .... TUaLtY''"'" JlM GITTU;OS. Vine-street, JIUllU B. C,n.SCl', f J'h! J Nodn:tn,. CINCINNATI. No. 51 South Front S treet PHILADELPfiiA. M!TCHHl,. TEViS & _CO., MASGP,\CTURERS OF -SEGARs,- I. AN T I WnOf,ESALI D&A.L'F.RS IN' ..UL KINDS OF Manufactured Tobacoo, And eot e Agent a for BA r:NEY, GTIIEN I; OlTY TO!l,o\OCO WORKB. 27 NORTH THIRD STREET; ., Phil'l.tiDLllY1 Formt'rly of J. A. Drldgland &; Oo. HAfER, HOLMES. & CO., (Bocccssors to GEO. HAFER. & cb.,) Tobacco Commission Merchants, .J .A '50 OWNERS OF U.S. BONDED WAREHOUSE, ......, No. 25 West Second street, -A. B. RUCKER, 'IDobntto & LEAF TOBACCO, Manufactured Tobacco and Se[ars, Importers of and Dealers In Cigars Pip es, boxes, etc., t ....; .,. ._mt. .Main and. W'ahi.ut GJ"o. Iluu, 133 MAIN STREET, LYNCHBURG, VA. 'Wlll give hl1 pereona.l uttentlort to the 8111ng of OTdera f or Vlrg!nln. Mnn ufa.etured nod Leaf Tobll.cco. 82-M McDANIEL & IRBYl TOBACCO @; NO, 202 W. PRATTST., 61 Baltimore. BECKER & BROS., Wh o lesale De&leraln a.ll klnda of 'J? .. ?BACCO, SEGARS, L ight,) B..t.L'rl.l?l ORE. LYNCHBURG, VA. on hand a. l arg e o f Oonnec-tlcu t and Rt.vana--Tobae e oa. 38 Jso. ROliDI MoDANDt., L JJ.B. J. IUT. f IIIOOliE', & JllllJ.:LER (/,)tUl'l'4i! .&.GEN'lS FOil M. MOORE'S CELEJIRATED XILLICKINICX & GARlliALDI SMOKING TOBACCOS. DEAJ,ERS IN GUANO$ AND FEB.Tll.rlZERS. No. 147 Main Lynchburg, Va. JOSEPH SCH:ROE'DER1. J obbe r and Wh olesa l e Dell.ler In 'Leaf, Manufaptured 81 EXCHANGE PLACE, Tl:i1'fl t!oor t..&Jt of Sou!_h St 1 ,B.!J.LTIMORE. Leaf }robaoco rece'ived on Commtsaion. __ M All orl.lf1'3 r or LNI.f, or MapnfacturtU Iii I$ oi'!::n:a Yai>D&ruO.E. WILKDS & WHITE, S"4 L \ Q'(Jls GIESKE & CO,, .. IIANUFA.OrlhtEitS 01 "0. 0 READ," } "CUFTON" "HUNTER,\' 82'1. ",V, 'W lR'f," "CALVIN Na"Vy P ound. "CORONET," 18'1, Twlsi.. m., i@ -No, 121 West Lombard Street, BALTIMORE, MD. NO. 28 BARRESTREET, Baltimore, Kd. dr DEPOT -with GAIL, Ax & Kucru.t.R Noe. i78 and 175 Water--street., New York. 11-68 L. W. GUNTHER, JTJ CENERAL Commission Merchant, AN'D TODA.CJCO FACTOR, No. 90 Lombard-street, (One door west or ExchaDge-pl.aee,) BALTIMORE. MD. t:tr:"""Lfbtro.l Qdva.neemen!.l made on const,.'"Dmenta to my ad'dr:"' ,; 1 4 J &2 Wll. U. MnM. li L. MYU& WM...H; MYERS & BRO.,. MANUFACTURERS. Of SEG'AilS J,ND w .. OLO'U.I..B ttllAL.BBS .,. Foreign and ,Domestic Leaf AND-SEGARS; J.L.SO, .l.OI'!N'l'S-"f"O.R 'J'UII SALR Or M AN U FA 0 lu' Rt 0 T 0 B A C 0 0, ...... No. 141 W. Pratt-street, bALTJMOBE Mn. '17 JNO. C. HOLLSTEIN & CO., Tobacc.o And 'General Merchants, No. 67 S. Ga.y Street, BALTIIIfORE, llfD, :No. 0. H ousum. TKOS. R, 'IIIL'U'. Cu.ts 8. Houn:a, }Of the J.a,te firm of CINCINNATI, E. p Ra.,.son, Wliby & Co. 2I-73 N e-::vx York Branch. ,IUlll'HN, Fihss & co.; sega[s ll'O 1111PQI;iTl:R!!: plt' MEERSCHAUM & BRIAR, PIPES, AND ALL SMOKERS' ARTICLES, 53 Weot Fourth Street, tll'l' .WJ.LNH .UB CINCINNATI 0K.l8. PR\NL L H li'IU.!ilt. P Jl 0 Late; t.O'Uh B 1 o8 & U(), A c & L. Ill.' FRANK & J .J.. 01' Fine-cut Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO, li"!JOLP'..SALa nr:ALE:RS f'N .U.L Kli!Tl8 O F PLUG TOBApCO AND CIGARS, No. ) 464 DCpOt) ,,_.. CUIQ!NATI. r. BREN"{ANO, or AND wuoL.IS..n a IIJU Eu IN DOMESTIC SEGARS, 1 i ... -A.LS.Q-I PLUg AND S _MOKING TQBACCO, N9, 42 MAIN-ST&TEET, U-61 CliNCfNNA'I'l. Fine cut Tobacco & Ci;ars, 69 South Water Street, 185 Eclipse Tobacco Work. VAN HORN, MURRAY & CO., Tobacco Manufacturers, Nos. 37 & 39 S. Water-street, CHICAGO. Turner, VfLn Horn & Co., Qumcy, ill. 1SS MULLEN & OIETERlCHS, WESTERN TOBACCO AGENCY, f7 s. CHICAGO. z. v t Comngume-nts Rntpect-0 w, f !'JlH,y Snl;ctted. VIRGINIA TOBACCO AGENCY. ADAMS, GIBBS & CO., COitHHSSLON MERCllA.NlS FOH TIIE sA-r.'E OF Virginia-Manufactured and Fine-Out TOBACCOS, and Wholesale Dealers ln Hava.nfl. and Do mesUe Olg-.-rs, Snuff!, ete. No. 109 South Water Street, HFJ;"RY D. Allu.r,;;, } JoH.s S. GiBBs. CHICAGO, ILL. 68-93 ,-,, ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS. DAMERON, BROTHERS & CO. BUCCFSSORS TO N.LVSON, .1: 00., Tobacco Factors, AND GENER..l.L QOMMISSION MERCHANTS, .1 No 166 N. Second-st., eor. Green-st., _I!lt..____ ST. J, 'r. 'IO&SI!T01' 1\' 1. Tll \ntli-..:Q. J : 'J'. JOHNSTON & CO. JU.MUI'J.CT'{H:ERS. CIF ALL. OP' PLUC AND FA.NCY CHEWING TOBACCO, .A.J.&I llii'OI'TERI!I OI>J.I..Bll!!. FOREIGN & DOMESTIC SEGARS, 15 OLI"\"ES'r., s.r. LOUIS, MO. JAMES .RODDY, AI.ASti'P'.IC10Aitn o)' PLUG AND1FINE-CUT CHEWING TOBACCO, SMl)KINC T.UBACCO, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC ClGARS, No 1 03 North Second st. Cbet. L ocu s t awl Viue sts.), ST. LOUIS IUO. C. M CASWELL. !01..1> .&GIUI'T FOil liT I Qt: 1 3 OJ' Ba[ley's FineGut Chewill[ Tobacco, No. 62 Olive-st., bet. Third ::md Fourth, .l.t "King' SalooJJ.," under the Planters' .House, And 63 Fourth-st. bet. Pine and Olive, ST. LOUIS, lifO. Sold a.t 1Th9lesate to lbe trade, In quantJtle!l t o ault done up In ptt.pers, or by the 110Und. Also a iluc lot Vign.ra &nd Meeuebauw Good!. JOHN C. TIEMEYER, (Succeuor toJOIIN G.MA YI':R ) lkPOK'I'RfL 4ND l1ll ArL ll'IYnS nY t.SAP & MANUPACTURBO TOBACCO, SEGARS, PIPES, ETC., 10 South Second st., bet. Market nnd Walnut, ST. LOUIS, MO., :S. 80HROBDKR .lll.UI D.iRTUt>O SCHROEDER & HARTUNG, Plug Chewing Tobac'cos, DOMESTIC SEGAJ.i.S, No. 180 Nortb 'M.aln litrcc.l, ST. LOUIS, MO. e r. P, Oi!ILJ.CS. .1. I. B.I.SSWT'T D. S. fiETil CHILES, BASSETT & CO.J "" Tobacco Factors, No. 38 North Second st., up stairs, r, ST. LOUIS. II'. ll. uu. lJ. l!OUU.. FALK & MORELL, WHOL.ESA I.lt DBA.LRRS llil :l:ftnf anb :W:mmfndurth Qi;obnrco 1 .6.1..80 JlJ.!IUUQ'I'n'fLERS or DOMESTIC, .A.ND Dl.PQJI.TERS OP HAVANA SEGARS, 04 North Second &treet, ""-60 ST. LOUIS!. !UO. L. A. DIETERICHS & Tobacco Manuffioturers No. 33 North Third street, LOUIS, MO. P. E. ADLER, SUCCESSOR TO EDWARD F !IULLEN, Tobacco Dealer, N O 164 NO:RTH IIAIN STREET, SAINT LOUIS, lifO,, Will keep a eo'nsta.nt supply Or AU cf Tobac.co; also, Lleorlee Paste. Lear Tobacco chased and Sold on Commission. 180 WILLIAM!o..L. AUSTIN, BROKER IN ..ALL KLNDS OP' Leaf Tobacco, ST. LOUIS, lifO. a:;c)licited and promptly 16-4 _..._..._..._."""" -.. 3 8 NORTH SEC!)ND-ST., ST. LOUIS, MO. LOUISVILLE ADVERTISEMENTS. W. WATKINS, P 0. BOX 566, LOUIBVILLB, K:EN'iuCXY, Commercial and Produce Broker. Special att.entlQn pa.ld to ftiu.ng orders !or TOBAO. CO, .L&A.B' or MANUF ACTUBBD. 7-19 LOUISVILLE, KY., U. S. BONDED WAREHOUSE NO.I. GEO. W. WICKS, SUCCESSOn TO NOCK, WICKS & C _O., inul (!!::ottott .&N'P DJ:.,\I..ER ll'i BAGGING ROPE AND TWINE, Manufactured & Leaf Tobacco, COTTON YARN AND SHEETINGS, No. 102)ttahlat., bet. Tblrd aad Poorth, LOUISVILLE, KY. ALSO A.6RN1' FOil 'I'IrB Celebrated Smoking Rose & Wh ite Olond SMOKING TOBACCOS, O.F lliCHltlOND, VA.. M-68 "-of n. B. SJ'.A.LD!li"G. W, D. 6J'J.l.DIR. D. SP AL:OING & SONS1 DEAI,ERS IN Leaf & Manufactu:l'ed TOBACCO, Nos. 209 and 211 Chapel-street, LOUISVILLE, KY. .... J. S. WILLETT, Tobacco Manufacturer, 1\os. 129 bet. Malak Bher, LOUISVILLE, K Y -:o:BRAN.DB: \\ 111 NltV\, 1\l!J an(l l\1'4 I Navy, LIK. an4 tlb& Wilh.: U'3 .tn.! 10i!.. ru'ng 1 2s WllleU'B D esset't;ll ru'ngk \\ (:,g running 11\s I Willett's 6os. 2 40Brlgbtl.bl. 'iVIIlett'a 11'11 runnh1g Us. WllleU.'s Dessert, B'UI& 17-60 ---HEINSOHN, ALLEN & CO., LOUISVILLE, KY Of' 1H CELEJHY.TIID Mount Vernon, Gold a.nd People' Chotce FINE-CUT CHEWING TOBACCO. Prcmium1 Meerschaum, and .Minnehaha SMOKING TCJBACCQS. 4148 WliiS rllJ.NCU FRANCKE & ELLER, TOBACCO 153 Main, bet. Bullitt an.d Fifth, LOUISVIL:f#, KY, Pa.rtlcalar attention p111d to t h e purcha&o: of J,caf sud lUanufactored T obacco. of Segar1 Man ufactu red a nd Spanl!.h To baoco, and a.ll klnd1 or Seed-leal, c01atan lly on hand and respectfu lly aoUclted, lfJI:klU N PR.u.LJL .. .ll1LJUS 0. l.lllM'D. TOBACCO AGENCY. HERM. PRALI.E & CO., llfJo.!IUJ'.A.CTD'tiD.l! or !)OIIfESTJC, .A.Np Il(P0R1 JV!-8 01' HAVANA CIGARS 11 E. Fifth bet. :Main &: ltarket, Louiaville, Xy P ersonal !lltcnllon paid to tbe l'urcbue of Manur.o.:tu.re T ..eM Tobi.ceos. Comlg aoUclted. ROlliNSON & WILLETT, K .U'O UfPORTQS OP B'.lT.J.& SEGARS, All 'Kinds of Smokers' Articles, 204 FIFl'H 8T. liEAll IIUIII.JIT n-29 Louisville. Ky. DETROIT ADVERTISEMENTS. I'Jt.A...'\.K. .NKVI!;. .II L !JIILIL NEVIN & MILLS, Tobaeeo Manufaettuers, DB.I.L & All 11'1 Imported Havana !lf1d Dom est i c Ci.gars, Snuff, Meerschaum, French, & Scotch Plpea, N'os. 92 autl 04 .JeftNon-anenne. Bet. SMUJy &: Wayne sts DETRO I\1', MICll. Our well-koown bra.nlb: Banne r 0b1zie.r O-' Flne-Ou\, Parw.er'D Cbrowlng.



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I ColnromaA' riONS from our readel'8, containing items of newst or Vlews on topiCS of interest to the trad e, ruch All crops and markets, methods of cul ture and cqring, proceues o f JJl&IlUfacture, new 1m plements and machlneey, etc., etc., wlll at a.U Umee be welcome. lXPoM D u n.-Lea!, 85 cents pe r J.b ; manuracto.red. l lit Cigars yal u e d at $1.5 o r l ess per f .. lt;'nrcent:t'Pe r l b and per cent ad val o rem; over $1tli and not over $3(1, $1.Z per lb. a n d ao per cent ad val otc m ; over $30 and not o ver $45, p per lb an d 50 per c ent. 8.d val orem j O'VCX 14f51 es per pound and 00 pe r c ent. ad jvalotem. An additional duty o r 10 per cent a d valorem is levied o n all imports under 8ags that have n o Ndproca l treatlc.s with the Unit e d State"-.xCJII!Ill T.ur -Lo&.f, free ; manufactured, cavcndJM., P l u g Twist, 40 cellts per lb. Tobo.ooo tWisted or, prep lt(J d for use by hand, 30 cents per lb. All kinds Fme Cut, 40 cen ta per J b. Smoking, 315 cents pe r lb.; S m ok ing, ma de whoUy of etems, 1 5 cent! pe r l b. Ctgare, 1 1 0 per M.. Cigarette!!, 5 per c:ent. ad S n uff, 40 cente p e r lb _BJ,1SI,NESS DIRECTPRY '--.-_ o ]! THE TOBACCO TRADE. ,NEWYORK.. -'I'ODA.CCO WA.ltE i lOUSES l)aultuch & Oo, 148 J 234 and.29G .ll'ronWtreet lontgQIRery A.., 1'i2 Water. y, 40 411 Broadway 3f'Hi'oad Ayr", Szup uel, Son & Co,, 3 1 B r oad Ua.con U lardy & Co., 181l';:arL Baker, n Q Son .t tlo 132 li ront, ll&llolwln, D U & Co ,17S PtclarL Benrl mo, B & D, 12i Water J,Jergmann:: J, IL, & Co 122 Front. Beringer, L. k C o 148 Water Bondy, B r o thers & Schwarz.ko'Df,143 'Yater Bo w ne, 1l 8 7 BurUng Slip B ramhall & Co., 3T l'ear l B r eslln & l ll ggibs 181 Water Brien & Carrere llJ,outb. W ll ll :un llrod, li 4 Co :!L l?ea.rl .. Bul kley & Moore, 74 Front, Bunzl & Dormit.zer,126 Water. Oahu Broa. 140 Water Cardozo, A 11 &r: Co 1 1{'4 Frol'!.t C a rleWn, Fout.e & Co 88 Brotu.l Oa.rpentt:r, Jonah, :J23 Washington Oa.swcll, 1' A 74 Wllllam Ch ichester & Oil 6L Bllwery Cohen, I D, 1&1 Water Colt, J Jl lG.'S Pearl Connolly & Oo, 46 Water. Ctalf'fllnl E AI & Co, 121 and 123 Deen, JohD L 73 De Ford, Thayer & Co, 44 Water. De SanWs, J .B 30 Ceda r D oh.an, CarroU l Co .! Frontr D owse, 'Ib03 & Co, v-:1: Water Dre.)er F A 56 Cedar DuboLJ., Vandervoort & Co 1 8 1 Water l'al leDStcln, Ob.as. B & Son 170 Water }'Iaber &: H ancock,l$t Pearl i'rey, W l:l, 181) Pe:uL Ga il Ax&: Kuchler, 17 8 and 115 Water Gar,h1 J H. k Co, 1 7 2 Water r IJMse.rt k)Jr o ther, UiT Bowe r y a.nd IW Water Hart, George 8. i; Co 8 9 Pur l n.tld 28 BTiolg PI \ U rhtenn.anu, n., 142 water Unger ole '\\ oUbelm, lSS Pearl V ett.ericl n1 ,D, "ater. Vetledem Tt. H & Sous,129 Water Vlgellui Seymour, 182 and 18' Pearl Walt.er, Chirles Whist, 19 South '1\'l\lhm. Walta, Oru.ne & (JQ ,43 Broad We&tbelm, 'rd. & Co, 1'l'i Pearl Wlll'=ox, Power & Co, 180 Pearl 'l'QBACOO BROK.li:RS Adams k Qshon1e, 18 Old slip Agnew, 0, 101 Water C a lisch, Ch.o..s lL, lS'l Pear l l:adle &; 181 rtl aidt:u laue l Gall!I,J S6 Wall. ---.... 1tl Old SUp uo Pearl Theo 85 Eenv.w. S 12 Old-blip KA.li'Ul'ActURERS elme, 183 Water Beck, J(" W & CCI, 44 Vesey Brock, !I, 350 HowMn B uch:..tan .t Lytlll1100 (luQ', P D & Co, 86 Maiden Lane. Df',Braekel!er k Poote, 94 Beekm:m ,.ttmar, LoWs, 191 Ptarl Dumont, H. D 'iO Malto n E mpire City 'tobacco WoW, 'i5 Bowery G 1 eselmnn., J .l:l 108 Stanton. qillender1 K.., lr: Co 1 114.,116 and 117 Liberty, Goetze,. F A., k Bro 183 &nd ;LSI) DUAUe Goodwm W JJ ol: (JQ, 201 a.nd 200 Hall, Josepb, 7G Barclay Jobn A. 187 Pearl Rl.r&ch, D A: Co 17'1 Water BiracllbOrn, Wm. & Coco .9 O l d slip .Boyt, Tho1Jl&3 & Oo 41.1-i PearL Ja.ooby, Sigmund, 194 Pearl, J,.ange n bach1 0., 148 Water Keliner, L, 91 WiJllam Kerbs, Ad., Bowery L Uienthai, 0. H ,211, 219, &nd 221 WILihlngt.on Lorlllard, 1' lG, 18 and 20 Chluuben )(' Alpin, 0 H &: tJo, 'i5l 'lT, and 'ill Aveua o D )(ick.J.e1 A .IL & Sons llu Water. Moi69 & Obapman, 1B3 Pearl Jl.Osa .t Falk, 7 llu.rling 1llp. Neudecker! .t Bros., W Water. Purdy,E II k0o,l0and12Fu lton. Rou, AieL & Oo 1 206 and !IDS liulton. Sam,uel, L 18l.Mru.de n la.ne 1 Sche1der, Joseph, 246 and 248 Cana11 \o &hnnU k Sl.()rm, llll Pearl 1 Smyt.h.., Oiiaa. D 81S6 Bllwe.ry :r 8\:raU.o.D Jobn, lil Beaver ) Walter k Oppenbelmer11T3 Bowery W.W.ttam & .Lancnce, Pearl. Uli'ORTERS AND DKAL:ZRS. Ackermann, E 193 li'ront. ))ena.uj:!r,1V ,lMWate1'. funk. S.,U'Si Water. a-.. 1\0edac. R 8.,161 PearL 78Wator. Pear L 84. a.nd MJ.;i Bo'lfery, cOa il, Co 1 91 Greenwich Ma.ddu.x Brothers, 171 F ront Ma$o r ga1 J M..1 14 Cedar. Mertens F W 71 Enex. Oam1&114: ReW. 16 6 W a ter. ttuwald1 11 &: Dro ,145 Water Ilion k .l).klns,140 W ater tJ:c e.l(l,er k HQ.l>D o w e r y Setdenb e.w & Co. 19 Der. adtz, Cha.tlea, 38<.! Pearl .1. Brothers & Co : 14 William stcbel J M 1M Front. Tag, Clnas 'B l!W Front. Illl'ORTERS, l>U.NUFA.CTURERS Ol' PiPES, ETC, Boilr:e n & Slefkea1 61 Deliiuth, Willl&m A; Co 28 and 20 Llbuty BamlMlrger,l & Oo, M .Maidenl a.ne Xa.ufmannDrot. k Bondy, 5 1 Maiden la.ne. Lobo 4; Pbgge nburg, 4li Liberty Ull'OB';['ER OF llA. V AN A OIOARS I,QW', J oaepb, 71 and 7B Front. i:!c:bwwln, A. & Oo 61 Broad. LICOR{OJ: r AS Til DKA.LXRS, J'i&nc: Ia., A. P, 10 1 W a t e r Q9met1, W allis & Co., 29 k Wllllam. Grund, f & 118 Fearl. LeaiAAD, W & A 1 6 1 Pine. 1 )[enenlf{lr,ll &: Co, 161 MAlden (a.ne .Morria, JI. M 99 Pear L LIOORICJ: POWDl:R D'!.U.ERS. G i lford, Sherman); Inms, 120 William. Weanr & Sterry, 16 Platt. S&JI:D-LXAJ fOIU.CCO INSPECTION' Unde11i'. C!.. 'l6 GreenwicbIIW'ecl TOB.A.COO PRBSB Guthrie & 9 and 161 Goerck, W cke 1 t}eorge, 2& I lUKOi'AC;I.',UlliR O.r TOBACCO T(N-FOIL. .., OrQoli:e, J J & Co 38 Crosby s treet. F{j '_ A.DCTlONJUi:RS 011' 'lOBACC0 1 KTC, L' JfeiliOn &:Nichola, 113 P e arL '!OBACCQ-CUTliNG ll..lCHINES. .. :F. W., M Cedar. P.UUI' SEGJ.R 'llJ.CBIHE, P.arber, I S.,127 Dl'oad. TOB.A.CCO LJ..BELS. Hatoh & Co 111 Bl'(la.dway. 1 MaJo r & Knapp, 44D Droadway r T lrlafer1 Fred. Co, {16 hlt<1n. BALTII!IORE,' 'l'OB ACCO WA.RXROOSJ:S, 1 BftTl', N. E, 71 South. 1 BQyd, W A I,; Co, 83 South, Braun, J B .t Co '1'1 Th'w'bver Brauna, P. L. & Co, ll Cbeo.pslde. De Ford1 ()harlea D. & Co. ST South Q-a.y. G1e1ke1 LOuis & Oo, West Lombard Oi&ake .i Mema.nn, 'i& South Charles L. W 1 00 Lombard I&Oo,67SouthGay ru, Wm.) i51 W elt. Baltimore. JI.A.XUI'ACITUB.El\B r J:'l'O, Becker .t B r QI,, 94.-Lombara, T 1 Btilenl.\181 G H., 202 Weat. Pra}l. Brown .t Rogers, 2 North Cbarlcs., Pelgner,ll'. W, 90 and 92 South Charles Gal l G. W k Ax, 2 8 Bt u re-at.reel. M yers, Wm H. & .Br o ,141 West Pratt. il f.ri.1o,.D F & Co, 92 L omba.rd J. J. & &on. 63 South Gay. Settroeder, Jos, Sl.Exchimge P l ace. W'att.e, G S k Co 1 21 South Q4.1ver, Webb N A Broth9,148 West PtaU. Wllken.a ll Co.,18 1 W est PraH. BR.OURS. Levertog, D & Oo 1 8 Cheaplide. BLOOMFIELD, CONN. PA.CURS Aim D:B.._4LI:RS, yu}e,.,1. H. & Oo. lliDGliPOBT, C ONI'!. i?.LCURS AND D:Ut.ir:M. k Qlddlnga 6'l W ater. 1 .08TOlf, KA.NUJi'A..OTURl!l\81 ETC. Batchrelder, N W k Co ,12 Broad. Bem.u E. 7 Inth a Wba.r!'. :Brackett k n & Co., H Oentrr.t Wliarf'.1 lJrown, D 8. & 8 1 and 33 B r ood. J 1 Jr, .j.01 Purcbue. :BCIJey, A.: A i 12 J'llher & 23 Cen,rM Whaifa G illett, Jones & Oo 1 15 Broad. Gro djinlkl, 61. J ,, 91 Washington, samuel A: B r other, 6 Oourt.-equa.re. so.amann Brotbera, 91Jnlon street.. Wa\erma..n, Geo T A: Oo 15 Central BROOKLYN, N.J Y M..t..NUJ'ACTURiRS, 4.,..., 1. C,l lf"lbla. amm, .l'olto, 2a Atl&nll!f. .t LyiLU. ue, W W ,11>1.oneer Tob&OCO li'a.<:l;ory. BOX 1UNU71.CTUIU! Bro\hera, 8 ta 1 8 'Beazwlclt. Dl1PPA.L O N.Y lio,I:Wf' fAwal '[' I .... GOLD VALUES Oll' FOREIGN COINS. Great Brttalnpound $4 64, 0 1 s shilling ld. penny Prance--1 ft franc lc. eeatlme 0 e 02,0(1 018,6 0 00,1(8) Organ of the Tobacco ... '"' of the United States. Amatordam. Rotterdam, cte.-ltl. :florin or guUder,., l et. cent ............ .. 0 00,4 The Largest Specia1 TraA.e Paper in. the Brem enlrth rb:: thaler... l grt. grote 078)< C PFIRSHING, ,PUBLISHER,} No. 142 fullon Street. Vol II.-No. QO. CHICAGO. IU.NUI'.&(IT_URli:RS Adamll1 G11)ba .t Co, 109 South Water Mull ell & Dteterlo h s, !i'i Bou\h Water Uotbscblld .t Adler, G9 South Van norn, r.rurray k Co 8'i and 89 Soulh Water, (JIN()INNA.TI. ; 'l'OnACCO W ARIIJIOUSES Bodmann, Chules, 51--0B \Vater. Drasbears, McLaugllLln &:: Co 4ti Waluut. Casey, .l'ioon.!l,.n .t-Co, !i!::i Jl&fer, Ho.lmes .1: au, 2:5 Second Morris&; Cb.alfant, lliO, 102, e.nd 1 0 ,! Wut Front Phbter & II ow, H Front + r; ll k Cll 31 Walnut. llaw:y .tOo, 4.1 Walnut )Vo l'\hlngton, .Power & Co '-tMPORTKRS1 AND Eesuden, Henry & Bro, Hi1,163, ant11G5 Drent.ano, R, 42 ,(aln Wm, 82 West Second. Ems&: 12 Matn Frank, 0 and r_,_ M &Co ,45East Third &4.9 M a i n. .J }'uhrma.nn, V 7 Mlliu ltrohn, li'!!iS! &'.Co, 53 West Fou rth M.q,ddux llrotbers & Co, Pca1l. Ma.Hay, Uicha.r!-1, 1Z'2 Vi Second Nc vburgh & Schott, 21 Walnut Otten, 11 61aw SJtence Brothers & Co 1 &l!lt T\!rd Sulll\UD, J. T k Bro, 39 Race. CL-'RK 8VILLE, V .& Moss, r-.. 11 k Brother D .'Hwclo:e &:; JWer, 424 Main H emiOhD, Allen & Oo Jloyt, E!il.gg k Co, lOT and 10!) Sooond Mayer Drothen, 20.i-.ll'lfth ltobln so n, A L & (f, 48 Fourtb Prille, ll & Co 11 Ea.s\ Filtb. l(o1Jlnson k W1llett, 141 a.nd 148 Thir d & 200-211 Obapel Wlc.ks, (3 W 102 Maln \VIIICt.t, J 8., 12T-1'2!.1 1'1urd LYNCHD VKG, VA. M'Corlo:le, Son & Uo 113 AfrUn 4 lrby Mch cr & .Rurch, 70 Ua!U !loore, Jones & Miller, 147 Mat n Rucker t.:A. .B 1.33 Main. T.)ree, J H k Co Iti.EMP!QS, T E NN. Ackerma.nn, .El, 198 11'ront NEWARK, N.J. CamJlbell, Lane & Co, 9l'i llroad NE\VHAVE N CONN Cox S W & Co 1M Stal1l NE\V-ORLEANS, L&. Howard, Prestons & lla.1rett Mengel C h ns 0 & ao, 3l Mag3Slne Morrh S; Ob.alfu.nt, 8Q Cat'ondc l et CHAS. C. MENCEL & CO., Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco 6 6 C e d.ar-streeC. Kew-"''ol'k. Bt, Loula,l!' Nt:1rth Second ltrtl!l. 2il Adams Sreet.. New-Orleans, BL Mq:ulnoetre& F A DREYER, Commission Merchant LEAF TOBACCO, -..... A.Glllli"CY l!'OB ALL XIBDS OJ!' sMAll BIBBOliB, t!B-lotJ 1:18 Cedar-street, New-Yor,., H. THIERMANN, COMMISSION MERCHANT, DBALBB IN Leaf & Manuflwtured Tobaooo, NO 1 4 2 WATERBTREET, NEW-YOn OATMAN & REID, IIO'OtnJUI OJ HAVANA Lea Tobacco, 168 WATEli-STBEET, llrllWYORK. SPENCER B-ROTHERS, eltacan4, DEALEBB IN TOBACCO, SEGARS, .I.ND SHIPPING FURS, JiYo. 'II .Haiiltn f&tnt-1 T H SPENCER,} L L S PENCER, C C SPENCER :J!Jtur-Jorl, 2?-$1 Oln,\.HA., NEB BelnlS & A\.lhot.t REYN"'S B HER 0 Su\phon,J n n e' >amhamt. :u ROT s & 0 ., VA. Drancb, Thos & Som "" nrownloy, """"" co "'sycomo" "' -m=u o D ..... _.. ll'lllhcr, James, Jr U ..... .. Hllrrla, G, Centre Warehouse Mcllwame, J F, 79 Sycam01e. 48 Exchange-plaoe, Vtnable, .1. 3 Iron Frou,, Sycamor e Y onablo, J >I, k Co, Baln Mill&' _9---,-1_0_1 ___ :_ ____ N:.:_:E::_:W::.__:Y:..::O::R:::K::: Yena))le S. W 1 1 0 1 Young, J \ k BN,' I ron .k"ron\, Sycamo'l'e. w : u oo J 'W. Oft.4 T 1 o OA.OR1 PIULA.DELPHIA.. a Y w D ct.uD T n .ur t. OOIA TOB.A.oco JIACON1 CLARDY A CO., Armstrong, A & R 51 S&uth Front.. Boh.lm & Wart.mn 106 Nurth Water no. 181 Pearllltreet, NewYorlr9 Bltck:nor McCammon .k (JQ ::n North Water .lD Coartney &: SonJ}l Sooth Front GOLD, ROACH &: co., Dohan & 'l'altt, w North Water Meyer, C M, 62 No.rtb. Front. NewMOrleans, McDowell & Dunc&n, 3\l Nort.b. Water. COTTON at TOBACCO FACTORS l'!loorc, S. k J ,10i North \\ater J.lrD SQ.nk, J Rlual do & C o., l:ll Nonh Water '1'eller, Anatba.n k Co, 117 Nt>rth Tbud GUEBAL COlDDSSIOlf XERCRA.lfTS, & Co. ll1 Arch lteter t.O W p LeYedeb PrnL Bank of New Tort; D 8 .,. Walk & Co, N W 4\l and Cbeat.nut. ----+.Jtnedlc\ T ....... B 8 A'"'n W(J(ld ...........,. 1 UF A.CTIJ'.U:RS, ln'(:" 1 nl ,..,er L., & Cn a :if'lr.llt...ll.'-"u,: itrotben, l\tlT"North ThltCI :,...( Dean, !>I B Dean, 41S C hestnut DQuglasll, John, 18 North Blth, FnsllmUth, llrotber &: Oo 151 Noztb Third Ullt;en Boyd & Oo, G1 North ThiN Hare, rhomal!l, 49.4.-503 Nori.b. Second. Mitchell, Tevis k 'tlo 21 N .lrth Third Sl'ntth 121 North Tliird St.oUz, A K., cQro.er ThJ.t(l and Buttonwo o d. Taylor k Hemphill, 222 .r.Iarket. Theobald, A H corner Third and Poplar Van Scha.ick, B A..l508 Ohestnut. WU!.Ila.ue, E L, 20 North Front. IYPORIJ:RS Of CLA.Y P..IE'J:S WOI !Jen Brothel"i, 221 North 'fhlrd PITTSB"VHG, PA. Grazier, Jobn, <1.19 Water Jenldnson, R & W, G FeV AREHOUSE, (nlt!t DISTRICT A. STEIN, Merchant, Commission t 97 Duanestreet, 13r B u c onstantly o n a Jaree q uantity o Vonneetleut:, Stat:e and Oblo See4leaCTo w hich ,n.n be eal d 1 n q ua.otide t o pun:baM3. Cipr manufaoturera piU't i cula.rly ttvored. IU8 DE FORD, THAYER & 00., Commission Merchants, AND Dlt.UUS H f ManUf'lcturd and Leaf Tobacco, Segart, 4te.9 ke., U WATE:aSTREET, Now .. York. IT U. 8 Bom et l WU"ebonJG, S!d Dlltdc_t, N e w -Yort. llfl,pe:n C&D f orwa rd til th.elr KQott.. 1 1 m"ao:wo, withoul prep a y men\ or t.b e u:cile tax. CrvD, W.ln.I&Co, pa,d,t:Lb K7 11' -Qr ... lll, LL. EbtoYlf, DtrlatEBsoN & C o 1 W. C WA'l"l't a: Co, JaDIilie, bl. Lint?OOI, l>llf. WATTS, ORANE & 00, Tmr: &J.U OJ' Tobaec'o, Cotton, and Western Prod nee. No. 43 Broad St., New-York.' ,ft.dva nces madP. on oool!lignm ents to o u r bous e tu L1verpool, W c. W att8 & CQ 15--68 WM. AGNEW & SONS, Tobacco a:nd Commission Merchants( 264 and 2@6 Front JrEJr.YOBK, UJ.VJ!; O:R SA.LI: ALL DecJU'I'Tl01iS OJ' ikaf Tobacco for Export and Home lJse. Leal T obacco b&led in ony paokago )>y hydrau lie pl'MI for export. 14-lii CA:Hll BROTHERS, Commission Merchants, LEAF TOBACCO, 65-90 ] 140 WATER-ST., NEW YORK. :ttAVJD O'NEIL L & CO., 0 Ol,0(9) PUBLISHED WEEKLY { B:r Jotai1, $2. TBl!J[8, I1f ADVARCll, B:r Carrier. f2_60. Ha.mbmg, Lu be c etc-1m. marc ban co 035,0 0 0'2,1 NEW-YORK, W EDNESB.kY, JULY 11, 186 6. ROBERT s. BOWNE; 7 BURLING SLIP. NEW-YORK. Tobacco, Cotton, & General Commission IOLBAOE!IT :FOB :S:ODOE' B fc liiAYO'B CELBBRArJ:D llliOitllfO "'BAOOO, VXR.GXN"XA. 1!0-181 VIRGiliA AND KORTH CAROLII(A JOSIAH MACY'S SO>NS, 189 & 191 FRONT ACENTS FOR THE SALE OF VmGINIA" AND l!IOB.TH CAI!.Oln Leaf and Manufactured T 83-&1 acco. John H. Ganh & Co., BUI,KJ.EY & MOORE, VIRCINIA t72 WATER-STREET, Tobacco C .... hant OmmiSSlOn .111erc s, New-York. ll&auraetnN'Pil oc the CollowlocOIIOo} c.n. AoarutOII', ,., ... "'t'W YORK >uo. Dao.,. p a p,.c. Particular attention }Qla p l o tho aale of othef 14-02 W ette m odW!o )" HEALD & ]I,IILLER, TOB ACCO NO. 1'18 WATEBSTREET, ...::"':__...c"...::..'--'--.! N EW-YOR K. ROBINSON & '.'CARTH /.< .. > J. r f J!'OB THE BALE O F cr t 0 .. J Lea f and Tobacco 1'12 WATERShti:ET, lema B RolliNSOJI JOBlf II G.lli.Tll, NEW-YORK, c DU BOIS"VANDERVOQR'I' & CO., Tobaooo ud '@Mnth.aut, 76 Water-street, N. Y. Tobacco Wtable for &be Wei\ lodleiJ and fleD. t.ral A tnerlc a a h r a:r o n band.. 85-40 E. M. ORA-wYORD & cn;TOBAOCO _., .. .. l .UD .f"1t tnnmil!t'i.ou !ut: 121 & 123 FRONT -STREET, H EW-Tffillt \III.Ve on Ule all JdndS o f Leaf T o bacco fo r EXPORT a.Dd ROllf E USE. M-104 BRAMHALL' & co., 37 PEARLSTREET, NKW-YORK. T-obacco, Ootton, and Genel'lll. Cho ckley & Oliver s C e l ebrated Br&hd.lt or VIitGINIA SMOKING TOBACCOS BOSE, WHITE CLOUD. <7-80 HEARTS' EASE, LONE STAB. MARCH, PRICE A CO., COMMISSION MEB.CHANTS r o R rmt SJ. Lll o r Manufactured and Leaf Tobacco, Ootton, Flour, Grain, N ava.! Stores, eto,, 91 WATERSTREET, 111>-78 NEW-YORK. EMANUEL HOFFMAN, ... Iporttr or and Dealtr lo all kinds of Leaf Tobacco, lifo. 151 Water-at., New-York. f J. B. COLT, 165" Pearl-street, LEAF TOBACCO LICORICE, CUM, etc., l!lo. 80 .Fr011t.otreet, !1. Y. THE VIRGINIA TOBAOOO WAREHOUSE, S. HAWKINS & CO., Commission Merchants, 58 FRONT.:-STRE E T N. Y., J!lor the sa l e of M a nufactured T obacco. JOS D TliOllP SON KREMELl!ERG & co., NEW-YORK, F. L BRAUNS & CO., BALTIMORE, To.bacco _.. CoiDIDission Merchants. Sevtl'a l brands or L i c orice Pat!lt e impOf'ttr lion, V-YORK. Cllrrespondenlll 111 Louhv1Ue I'!Ieurs PoRnK FAIRJ'..li & CO': 15TM10S B. VETTERLEIN, cgrrthaut .L"in DB!LRR IN Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco. 122 WATER -ST., NEW-YORK." Cowlgnment 1 respectfully aollclted SHARP & MADIGAN, ComiQission '' TOBAC NO.2 BROA.DWAY9 f \ c 8. SllU:P. D 'I''IIIA..DJ G.l.N, Iaie ot Bl chmoDd Va. J Carleton, Fonte & Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS I'OR TlliC S!.LB OJ' COTTON,/ TOBACCO, AIID TOBACCO l!' AlB AliD PBEXIlJl[ BALE o:r KltiBOUBI A!ID ILLilfOIB LEA1i' TOBACCO "1!1 ST. LOUIS, J11!IE 15th T H E g re a t ev ent of t h e w ee k has b e en the Tobac c o Fai r and sa le of l ea f tobacco a t tho extens ive warehouse of Christian P e p e r, at the corno r of Twelfth and J.brke t stre e ts. Judges of toba cc o fr o m all parts of the to!>ac c o growing West wer e in attendance, and a v ery hvely m te r est wos manifested by sev e ral hundre d busin e ss m e n in the awards -of premiUII\1$ and the resU lt of the sale. The foll owing .wer e the pre miums oft'ere d a description o f whi c h w e gave in a previous edition : t; 1st Prize. On the finest hog s heariof Man ufacturin g Leaf, in weigh t n o t less t han 5 0 0 lbs. gross-One solid S liver water pt lc her 2 d Prize. On th e second best manufac turmg h o gshead, not le s s in weight tban 7 00 lb s. gro ss-One s ilver medallion tea set. 5 d Prize. On the finest shipping h o g s head, pot less m weight than 1400 lbs. grqss One s il ver coffee urn, o n e s ilver cream pitcher and sugar b owl. : 4th Prize On t he fin es t cutting h ogshead, no t le s s in we1ght than 700 lb s. gross One s ilver salver, ene s ilver p i ckl e castor, one sil ver butter d i sh Mh P ri ze On the be s t prized bog shead Ono solid s il ver ladle T o bacc o entere d f or the above premtums mus t b e of the growth o f 1865 the requir e d standard i n weigh t it w a s rc jected. It was sold to M r George W. Rucker at the c x traord ma r y price of $600 per hun drcd p o un 4s. W ith the exce phon o"f a su& sequ ent sal e of a v ery sma ll lot of North C arolin a toba c co at $601 thu ts the pric e eMr 'bitlfO'i' a hogshea d of tobacco Our L o m s vdle frie nd s who h a ve b een mdu1gmg in a htUe selfgl orifica tion over t h e s:::t.le of a s mall ho gs h ead of t o b acc o a t $550, at tiie u G reat National F air, w ill p l ease t ake notice of the a bove sal e at a. littl e pri vate premium fair o r ou r own II Where n.r e the horns? J'/ This h ogs head wa s so ld b y C h ilds & There w ere one h u n dre d n.nd s ixty M three ho gs h ea ds sold i n all, at a n a v e r age of $Gl 24 p e r hundred One h ogs h ead b10ught $ 601; on e $600 ; o n o $555 ; one $285 two $2_115; on e $ 200; on e $180, on e $1'75; one $172; on e $1 60; o n e $ 153; t w o $151; flf. t e en b e tw ee n $ 1 00 and $ 141 ; and f ourteen b e tw ee n $50 and $ 100. These prices arc certainly v ery fla t te ring to our c1 ty "uS a marke t for th1s s tapl e n.nd shoul d in cite pro du ce r s to greater efforts m t h e of th1s article. Mr. J a c o b D e1twrl!ter of Franklin county1 wh" o was the s u ccessf ul competitor f o r the first premium offe red and sold six h ogs h eads the growth o f four acres, for the s um o f $ 7 6 9 0 6 0 bei ng a n a verage of $ 1 935.30 per a cre. Thi s is w h a t we cai! pre tty faiT farmin g and unnustakabl y marks Franklm county a.s one o f the v e r y best tobacco-grow M ing s ecti o n s o f the State -St. Lou" Journal (], \ of ommeTce. T h ese pre miums provoked consi d erable c o m p etitio n f ro m v &rious planters throughout the State, althou g h we mis s ed m any of our t obac co growe r s from Boone, Howard, e tje a nd other counties, who, w e sup p ose, are NATIONAL TOBACCO f A I R busy at hom e with thm cro ps. N e v erthe l ess, t!i_e occas io n ca.lled to11ether a larg e num her of bu It wa s n ;t a &great national t oba.cc o n after tho Louis:rill e plan, but the pre miums were lobe aw a rded to 'Miss o u ri and Illinois planters and yet suc h was the enthusiasm and interest AT LOUISVILLE, May 1 and June 605 HOGSHEADS SOLD i ii the sAle that there were fr odm ev ery. commbercial centre in the Union, AGGREGATE BALES, $113,057.5 3. an e ven .rom eyond the sea. St. Loui s was repre sented in solid phalanx by h er mer chants, manufacturers, and deal e rs, and as "the liour approached for the awards to be made a n d the premium sales to C Ommence, BOONE W AREB O U SE-MBSSRS GLOVER & Cci t P ROPRIETORS tlie ucitement and inte r es t w ere intense FISHER & HANCOCK, Leafand Manufactured.Tobacco Begaroln bond&nd duty p&id WESTERN PRODUCE. Nos. 38 }Jroad and 36liew 1t1,, NEWY O RK. At ten o'cl o ck the several committees were AFTER the c lose o f the P 1 cke t t hou se sale, Commission M e rchants, 181 PEA,RLSTREET, a NewY ork. BUNZL & DORMITZER, 126 WaterAst Y ork, Commission J.o DII:J.UIUI I X J.LL :ltNDI 01' OOMESTIC & FOREIGN LEAF TOBACCO, L i beral cub a dnnCCII made o n eorWgnmen t.l o f Lea l p d H r.nu rcLurfd T obaooo tiT-108 ARKENBURGH & BRYAN, 35 and 37 Broad St., t Cvrneliaa Du Boil, } Jo&epb ll Vandervoort, C&tloo A. Butl.,. 14-20 T -e.Rlt VIRGINIA TOBACCO WORKS. PRINCE & CO., WllHl'UB MkuF A CTUREB, BALTIMtRE." : 173 & 175 w der Street, l T & Bao ; JOHN Cinctnnatt, 0, lj'CWYotk UoB T ILunLTO N, N e wYorli: SULLIVAN, MURPHY & 00.,' TOBACCO FACTORS J.l!D (Stntrat Jlmhantll, No. Pearl Street. Near Ba.ll.oTer Bq aaro, 1 NEW-YOR,K .uao, ... Be\0\\. 11,'\ \ 1> "' DOHAN, CARROLL & co., JOSEPH -COlllltlls:,o,::.::cnNTS Manufactured" Tobacco, C t .Colnmjssion erohantl --NO. Ommlsslon ere an s r ""' -.. n".Bo..;v ., ....... eo, 87 w -... """'""'' No. 104 Front-st., MANUFACTURE TOBACCO DOIISTIC LH!B AND l!ANUPACTURED eo, Plillad e lpbla. cau. D .D.ro"'J:' I .... G.u.nr. 1Ti W a t.er -et. P'Imn Co, Boston DuOD"Oa, NEWYORK. 61>-90 lOll W&loratreot, !low York. J ALM-FORM.j.N No. 82 W:a Street. H MESSENGER & CO .... house, 32d eou;.J.:Mi'irict. m B. c. BAKER, SON & co.' ,., .. ...-...... .,_..,.. ... ,. and Nort h [aro l ; 'f o \aer o J g..,y "Oz""" ,.._. o WMJWJUdd&On/ f!/UUMtani1> .. G-T .. ,.;.,. TOBAOCO Fore ian and J)ome&tlo 'I Leaf Tobacco, SECARS, No. 122 Pront-street, '!'fEWYOUK. A : SCHW (!l;ommi$!1li D il'l At thmk t he y we r e speci a lly des ign ed, &nd for w htc h they a.re amazi ngly useful-w o guess The s al e commenced promptly at the ho u r an d pr oceeded with brisk amm a tion till 6 P Eig hty-five hogsheads b a d been so ld a t spl endid pr1ees ; tlfty more stoo d r ead y b u t i t w a s too much ev e n for n. grea t nah onal fair and the sale was adJOUrne d t o co mm ence again at the :Boon e hou se. a t 8-l o'dock t h e next m orning. Agreeably to adJournment, the sales wer e comm e nced and s piritedly continued till tbe entire lot of 123 h ogs h e a ds were sold The prices w e re in m os t in stances, f ully up to the e xpecta.t ion s o f owners, a n d as remunerative a s any p a i d durin g t b c fair. 1.1he aggregate re a lizrd w as abou t $40 000. T h e particulars of the sn.1 es n.re as f ollows F 0 a t $32 .25, amo u nt, $400 66; pur chas er, Spen ce, Cm F 0 at $29; $294 35; purchaser, Sp e nce, C in F 0 a t $28 2 5 ; $322.05; pur. c haSer, Mouc)i: F 0., at $35.25 ; $454 72, pur chas er, F ro n k & E ller F. 0., a t $32 ; amount, $337 60; purch'!Ser, Doerr & B r o F. 0 ., a t $ 27.50 ; $350.62; pur chaser, Musselman. F 0., at $86 50; amou n t, $527 42 ; pur chaser, Spen ce, C m F 0, at $8() 25; a m o u nt, $353 92; pur chas er, S pen ce O m F. 0 at $ 28; a m o unt, $375 20 ; purchaser, Spence C in. F 0 at $3'7; amoun t, $469.90; purchaser, Wright. F. 0., at $3 4 50; amount, $405 38; pur chaser Mack. l'Or::Hf,N ANI) OOMF..STI O THE and Cop 61 Broadstree1 M. ;B1\0Jl & &0., IN BALES, e n tered for competition and among them some of the finest manufacturmg leaf grown in tho United States as ihe subs equent sales proved A t et e ven o clock the samples w e re and the JUdg e s pro c e e ded to the work o f i nspe c ti o n with rig1d impartiality S om e question arose in the commi t tee on man ufacturing 1/!f, as to wh ether a hogeh e ad could comp e te for the priz e whic h contained the product of more than one y ear, but it was q uickly d e cid e d that no toba cc o c ould b e en. tered except the growth ofl865. The judges i n this department bad a v ery diffic ult duty to perform in making the ir awards, as there Wl>ll a great deal of very fine t o bacco, nnd i t required the of great dis c rimination and judgment to arrive at a satisfactory c on elu s ion. Perhaps the finest sample d1d not take the premium, as there was one hogshead from Franklin c ounty, raised by William Minge which e licited marked encomiums, but 1fhic h did not come up to the rec o gniz e d s tandard: of ;,eight; but all seemed satisfied with the action of the j udges in every award made F. 0 at $33 ; amo unt, $42 5 70; p u rch3.Ser, M ack. NO. 167 WAT E R STREET, e.I!EW Y. QftK. J E. DE SANTOS, J'OR tn:r. or HAVANA AND YARA NO SO CEDARSTREET, NEW-! A stuck. or 600 tu toOO on hnn l. Defilers ud are luVlliJ::tl to c:x&mloe. Tbla TClbACCO l:i ltl;lt to me ll.lld 'eill be .old. a.t pnr.rs wh!ch .. !le!y M-110 ----"h\mES, L. OVERTON, 1'0 JAMES HUNTER & CO., Commissim1 & 1'obacco MERCHAN'l', ti9-.a4 174 NEW-YOBK. -fl' b CITY TOBACCO ACE"CYj dil' a J [ 0 l} a,(.( l} I No. 108 FRONTSi'REET, 1 1 9 MaidE\nlane, G, W. HILLMAN & CO., Dum 0 NK!LL. NEW-YORK ''""' HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO, Fillers and Wrappers, BA.VA:NA. I'QR 'ALl, BON:P OR UUTY P A l D "'LOTS T(l SUI1 P U R Cll.l$ltRS, m: ROBERT E. KELLY & 00., 84 D. H. BU.VWDI, New l"ork l W 011l0f01GS. B BaiGB-'111 8t.va u ne. li, 0&. D M. HOLST, D. H. BALDWIN & CO., Ootton and Tobacco Factors, AND General Commission Merchants, :NO, 1'1'1 PEABL-BTRBET, ft:!l _ltiWYOU. Merehants, ,lD A.QKlftl J'Ol1 !'Bll s.u.:l 0-J' MANl1liACTl1RED TOBA.CJCO, Have alW&)'I On hand a large (If H&nufae-twed T obatx: o R o r 1 a le on libeml t.erm11 J. C. HAYEMEYEII & BRO., llt.qbntttJ an:d Qtotton tnttort', ... GENEll= Commission Merchants, No 175 P.earl-street, NEW YORK. ii:'iiOiTo_,: M l..,. 1'110. I J ... Wl&DOV NORTON. CO., Tobacco & Cotton 4ltneral dfllmmissilln NO. 40 BROAD-STREET, .a. .. '. as-90 NEWfqRK. W H. BlRE"X",', DBUU AJll )I UCll'.llf'l' !Co had di., No. :18 9 STREET, (UPl.iRS, ) Between Mald e n La.ne an dlar B t New-Yo:rk. Jun r eceived a Ja.rge tity of PeD.DS1lvaWa Leal TUIJ&c:OO ao-M MJ.RTII!f .t 'l'.A!Ul.AHILL or Petenb urg, V .t 0o 59 Petenburg, Va, "{:.LAQ ll Mexican West-India Central AmeriMn J;tRO.J TQS .&.ltD Ul.D.I.ni 1i.t. iacsr.Jftion or 1 "'Wif. Leaf ..... J.lonl cull a4,...,,.111all one that bad been entered tho first promiuO., but not comin g up to F. 0 a t $35 50; amo unt, $427 78 ; pur. chaser, Mus selman F 0., n t$81 2 5 ; amo u n t $350, purchaser, Mack. 1 F 0 at $ 25 5 0 ; amount, $262 65 ; pur chaser, Husselma.n F. 0 ., a t $24 25 ; am ount, $340 02; pur chaser Door & Bro F 0., at $29 ; a m o un t, $395.85 i purch aser, Spenoo F 0 at $34.25 ; $428.12 pur chaser, Mack. Ed. Edmun ds, Logan county, at $18; amount, purch a s e r Ed. Edmund s, Logan county, at $15 75; nmount, t248.06; purc ha ser Meie r Ed. Edmunds Logan county, at $16 50; lmount, $ 3 1li ; purc h aser, Gold. /1 Sarah A. K e m per, H enry cou nty, at $36 ; j 1 1 amount, $3 ll:i; purc h aser, Clark 1 J ohn Wilso n C l a.rksvdle, Tcnn, at $24; a mount, $ 47 6 40; purc h aser, John Schmid "' &Co. Peter Bak e r, city at $9 20 ; $ 8 8.32 ; purc ha ser Mead ows.

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B ndrord & Ware Warren co un t y at $l025 nmJnt $ 10814 Gra.nc. J W Sovt tle Cl rksv1lla \t$34 oO, a mount $312 29 f urc ha. e r HY'nll W c n k ly & B os !I cso coun t y, Ky at $1715 am o unt, 815 42, purchaser, Hor ril l IVa okly & B 0' M,.on county K y a t \ $20 a 10 I Jl, s : n 1 2 o purchase r R p ke W ank l y & B r ( Mason con dy K, at $30 a nount, $28 6 50 puo cha o r Ropk e Wanl=t t247 771 purchaser G raham Sm1dt & Co Clly, a't $22 amount ts'llO SO, pur chaser H o lla n d Sond-t & Co ctty a t $ 2o onnt $43S 15 purcbaoer J o hn Schriudt & Co Sm dt & Co, c1ty at $42, a.mount $812 90 purc h asc 1 Sullivan J T S c1ty at $!0 50, amount, $2 51 10 p urchaser C ln.rk W cston S leet at $17 $19 I 2o purcha s er Gold A J O giiVJC Chrksv11le at $20 25 n.mou nfJ. $159 97 t purchaser Ha.lb out 0 \V B O"ca co unt) nt.. $20 2;J, 4tnount $219 71 pU1cha3er Bes .aden C \V B t:ounty $101), am ount, $6Sa purcha.:se r Lunc r C W 1 B, Owen coun ty at $1111 25 amount $150 39 Gold II Fl amken H enry county at $')ro 7o, n.ruo mt $238 50 p urcb l\scr, Clark w n Duvall 0 Hll county at.. $20 n.mo!.lnt $163 pur cha.il!P r Moo r e Jod Emc 1:son Bal." en county at $24 h.mou t, $30(} p urr h a3el Balow n F F l a.mkcn 1ienry co u lty At $08 50' D.mount, $64 "O' purc ha se r Pn.1 L c r R Y S cltor cttv at $60, a.tr1ount $678,. purchn.scr U 0 1 rtll R IJ e llon Cit y a t $15 '75 roount, $263 02 purc h aser Doatwngbt R U Shdton c L), at $ 1 6 25 "&mount, $235 62 purcha s er, Gold A F trqua., Clurksvllle, at $14 'Tfi;:; amount,. $70:> 02 p urchase r Lat tler R. M Sbelton, c1ty, tLt $19 amount, $271 70, purchaser, Meadows A. J at $7 40 1 amO'W 1t, $73 61, purcha ser, G McJ er (dut.y paid) do do do "" 200 -M -80 l:li BOSil -68@-5-6 -20-00 --@--60 @-0--@-r----@----@---6S@-7 0 -28 fW-8A -In 2 ---@--1 16 @ l 25 s:s 10:.@110-60@--u 3b ((&-00 -15 tm-AU -:tO@-ll:i--IQ;---'iO @5 3i) @--36. (W-W @--(U,I--.. (Q)-tiO IIJ---80 -ilO @--4!1 1'1J (;>-TO-80 --@---------------'II>@-90--@---1'0 70 80 fQr-s:s -16 Q-80 -iO (Q)-:iiO --..----@'---75 @-iO -/ \ TOB ceo LEAP. JAMES M. VENA,BLE; ALSO MANUFACTURER OF ALLKINDS AND VARIETIES OF SNUFFS. JOSIAH MACY'S SONS, 189 and 191 Front-sJ,reet, New-York, Sole Agents for the United States. SuBLIME Tobacco, h1eh, from East to West, Cheers tho tars labors and tho turkman'o rost."-BYRON \ W. W. HUSE'S PIONEER TOBACCO FACTORY, Wcks-street, between WarreB and Baltic streets, Brooklyn, H, W. HUNT & CO., Selling rAgents, 167 Water-st., N Y 1 and 16 Central Wllarf, Boston. Liberty, sailor' Paney, Deftance. Challenger, Rear Admlra.J, American, National, 1 CllAS U'l L.KIH' BRANDS: Pioneer, Sterling,_ Ocean Monarcb, Fruit Od"erlng, SunnY South, Neciarlne, Swec& Brier,. Boe Bnd, FrnJC Vak.e, Moonl 'ernODt La Manolai Nourmaba, JnternatlonaJ, Sallor'a (lholce, Dlrd'8 Neat, Plantation, I Pemhertolt, Grea& Ora:an, The Dub, Parl&a.D, Fandanco, Citron, BeirnlaCor. 00 112 ORO W ll.E:LllE APPLEBY & HELME 1, SUCCESSORS TO L. APPLEBY'S B..AILBOAD l\IILLS SHUPP. OUR' BRANDS: MACCO:BOY, FRENCH RAPPEE, SCOTCH AND LUNDYFOOT SNUFFS, MACCOliOY AND FRENCH SNUFF FLOUR ALSO MAN Ui'ACTUBERS OJ' THE llNB3T BRANDS 01' W B D u vall t $86, am.out1t, $496 80, pu1chaser C la.rk J S rhurntO"I, M ar10a. c ounty at $30, -co @-66 -w ---_ .. @-"" Our Tobacco Works havmg been exposed to the ehclhng ofthe Umon ba.ttenes for twelve months, we can not present much in house, but we are t ubhme m sto ck The manufactnrerhavmg suooeeded, by h1s own and peculiar process, 1n reduomg Vrri'ma Leafmto FmeCut Chewmg Tobacco, can now ]Ulltly ch!.Im to present to the lovers of Pure Tobacco the finest artLCle ever produced m thiS country, different altogether from the Western Cut SMOKING TOBACCOS, CIGARS, AND PURE POWDERED 133 WATER AND 85 PINE STREETS, a mount $24100 pu rch"lo.'Jer, Oln.rk B J B &; Co, at $11, amoUfolt, Mornq 'N :u C!Ol'l'rlf"tl.1) DOMI:oTIC Nc\VYor .--..Jul]' 10 &h without nottce .able change No Imp ortant transactions were ma.dQ the p ast w eck, but the aggrege.te 3f sma.ll ill.lc s ret ched about four hundre d bhds wnhm the ran ge o f our quotatiOns H.Jller s a1c ve1y fl m espeCially fur the quahttc"' o f leaf w h1ch arc scarce I oer"tl 1 $ some demand f01 coosumpuon, but ma.oufa.ctu 1 et &emg yet 1n su pen se m r e Fu.rd LO the sett)omcntwf the u ew tux law s, o.re only pfirually bUsy Re ceipts are commg m more fre ely I he arr1vals s1occ the wo 1th o f January thiS a.nd last year are as followo @--il,) ((I,-8:1 ______ .,. __ -@----""----@----@--CCf61 (t;D-60 100@ 110-60 @--70 l'J (dJ -'i'O 110 (QJ 116 -TU @-70 -iO(f,OlLO-W@-0 100 (II, 110 -GO @-1V 9000 iOiJU@ltJ,;tW 80 ou .. :, Chi v0 (3 M UU I 00 :t) IJO lU UU 14 -iO@ 100 -!j!O@ 100 -W(iJI 1UO -dO@ -6:1 Gokt. U!Wf'Ml<' M endwg July 8d, mcludo the follOWlDIIi ah1p m ents to Hamburv-111 cs. cigarS, nluo $41,713, 8750 lbs m, $850, total, $42,568 Brem.n-78 hhds, $10,z35, 154 hhds. stems, $628, 1 os ClllOfB $679 total, t20 735 hhds $38 600 125 ca $4875 total, $49,875 L '"erp o o l--146 hhds, $27 726, 168 lbi mf., $ o5, total, $27,781 London-868 hhds, $172,140, 13 811 lbE mf. $3722 tota l $173 862 Gla.gow-24 hhds., $7200 G1braltar-250 hhds $24,809 Oporto-5 bhds. $1082 Ilandl-10 hhds, $4888 .A,fma-12 hhds, $5078, 6 bales, $121l total, $5206 Brituh N. .11 Oolomu-11,850 lbs. m, $8853 Brllh.. W""t Indus-15 $407, 10 and quotations are mere1y nommal 1fmo bhds. Vtrgmi& aold at $80 All busmess for the German markota'ia very dull Quotallons M'J.fiTU.IID-ProMed t.o common lound oommnn ttlddllnr Good en. brown :laney eounttr Ground 1hn1 new fOOd J>o. ... Omo- 44, C B F&llenstem & Son, stock w1th a. compa.rtson of stock: at tho $u.me 84, A H Cardozo &Co 18 B 0 da.le for t h1rteeu j ears Baker, Son & Co, 21 Rawson, Brtdgland llONI'HLY S T.&..l'BlllJNr O t TUE NIW YORK 'l'ODJ.COO Ui::iP.ECTIO:ol lti V&:NO Bhd.11 UtuJt S to ckl on band Juu let} 1866 19 OlT TN R e I!I YI:d 1l.llce S 4-W a6S Total DtUv.:red 1iu e S tock o n b..uid J uly h 1 866 Same t. me l do5 !!aruo: time 1 0M &\o., tilllt: ISG:J Sarue t. me lS&l &etoete61 loo..O Sao e tUlle lSW Sawe time & m: t.l.we 18:11 Sa.me iime ldOd S&we t me 1866 aaw.e tlme 1oM 19 261 110< 4.T 073 26t11T ""'" 1 0 lBU S.tOT ... 4085 4,0-i:.l l 021 """ 1 "' ... 1 129 ..., 4ST 063 "" ... Ohio Md. Uhd.l. llb.dt l1 20 1 19 11 18 .. 13 1 2S lS 1 19 S8L ..... 880 iTAT E){EN1' Oi' THE JJROOE.LYN TO BA.CCO I N iiPECTION Stock May Sht 1S6a U.:ce ved to June BOth T otal D eh v ed to June BOth, Seson 41 Co s., ligbt new, $1 30 a $1 55, fancy Vugml& t!Vlst and roll, $1 35 a $1 50, medium lbs, $110 a $1 25, common lbo sound, 90c 4 11, common Vtrgmalbs, out of con dition, 60c a 75c. fine K entucky and ld1s soun lbs $1 10 a $1 20, modlliJ'l Kentucky and lbs, SOc. a 90c. bnght i anj 15s, Stic. a 90c. mahogany l s and 14s, SOc. a common Kentucky lbs fJOs a 70c 1 navy lbs. sound, 70c. a 7ac navy ilbs, 70c a 'i5c black oweet ts and 101 a 73c., common black swoet 65c a 68c damagod ts nnd lOa 45c. a 55c. Smoking tobacco fino VIrgmT&,m bales and papers, $1 a$!_ 20, wedmm V1rJ11Dl&, m lbs and 5s, 76c. a 90o common, 10 bales 50c a 60c Jnlr 6th. Ta m&rket iS ste&dy and qUiet The sales llf lea.fnt Bodma.nn's warehoUSQ the week endmg tbts date were a.s follows 134 hhdS, namely 98 hhdo Mason county lea lugs, and trasb-22 at $8 a $8 7fl 14 at $4 a $5 50, 31 at $6 a $11 50, 28 at $12 75 a $2 0 25, 1 at $27, 1 at $36 38 bbds. VIr g ma-5 at $3 25 a $4, 17 at $Ji 25 a $10 75, 16 at $12 7 5 a $26 St. Loullot .J'uly 6tb. THE European war news has the effect to keep foreign b uy ers out of tho muket for the present, and market for the mtnu fact ured article bemg langwd, manufacturers are deterred from buymg more than will m e et Immediate wants There are no buy crs h ere from a.br o ad, and the market IS con cqu en tlj' dull and h e avy for all grade, but more espec1ally lugs end factory dr1ed leaf Tho competition m the market for these grades 1s very alight but holders bemg un wllhng t o s u b mit to any very marked reduc t10n ln pnce, b1ds that fail to come up pretty nea.ly to the late quotations a.re promptly rejected. RecBlvcd durmg thll week 558 hhds Tbe offerings at the warehouses have compnsed bhds df wh1ch 264 rema.med unsold S a les [ncluded 85 bhds lugs, 84 common 13 modmm sh1ppmg leaf, 1G good and fine do 22 medmm manufaeturmg leaf, 20 good and fine do and 26 choice and fanc y do We vary our quotations but httle from those of la s t week, but would state that accepted buls at the pubhc aa l es are w1tbin the rango of prtce.. q here gtven W c quote green lugs at Itc. a 2!e factory do 2lc a 3fo planter s do 4c. to 5 a 6e. 1 common leaf, 6c to 8lc. med1um sh1ppmg d o (factory dried) 9c to 10ic good and fino shippmg do llc to 15ea, medaum leaf, 15ta. 22c. good and fine do 24c. to 4:0o choi c e 40c to 60c foncy bnght do, 75o. to $1 50 per lb. To-day 106 bbds. were offered. The market was very dull, and 4 hhds were abd b 1 ds on 56 rojec!cIan bark bas boon laid on the bortb for Amstetdam, and IS ready to engage tobacco at 20s A Bremen bark hs been chartered to load tobacco to Dieppe, at 6d. Among the of the week are the fol!O\VIDg From and North Caro hna-Ga1l & Ax, 1 bx 1 Bomnger Bros 83 hhd s A P Pleasants & Sons 177 pkgs Gnffin Bros & Co 68 pkgs. Samuller & Sono, pkgs J Heald, 83 pkgs B F Pulet, 46 pkgs P, P Clements, S bbls Rlehmond.,. .fuJy 1',11.. SJ.LEI th1s week been unusually light but prtces are Without m&ttmal ch&nge On the 2d ,msl, 9 bx were oold at $7 75 a .100, 8 teo at $20 a $166, 84 hbds nt $410 a $31 TOBACCO iNSPJICTIQNS. Number of bophe6da of hupec:Ud It!. t.be Clt1 of RJdb:Qond rrom ld Oe\obu 1 8 M to bt. JQJy 1866 l!lboc 'koe WU'thoUie '806 Seabrook do. 4 061 Mrera do Tri .4RdthOD'I do 260 Hardrron do 178 Words do. llB RobW10o't do M WU.On & GluebrHk 1o 69 !ni}M!eted \o lat. 1uty 1816 10104. IutpecLtd from. Jun $0 ll'.i to lit Oct i:i '208 No of hophet.d lliMet.ed In .tune of tmlntpeeWd tobl.eco In ltl cbmobd Vo lDipedold ... do. do. 899 .. S100 <,tOO Ltn Ulan onll' June 245 hophlttdl Lrnehbar.r; .J'nlr lfth. RsCEIPTO contmue light; and offermgs arp consequentl z sauilL The lletter p:odeo, su1t able for workmg and wrappctS are m good demand I mfenor re sold Rotteraaa, 18th. s .. L.. this wei only 81 hhds Maryland and 96 hhds Sfnborn Market dull, and prlCes unchanged Bremen, SJ.LBS of N Amencan ths week m cludo 41 bhdo. o, 838 do Maryland, 1!0 do V>rg1ma, 18of Kentucky, and 86 do stems, alao 140 ds Oh10 Jaken from mar ket by ord Melbourne, A.,., 26th, Tna begmmng the month m the market was not marked b much activity, though a ft.ur trade demandras e:z:per1enced (or good descnptions of t11111nd half pounds, and 1t WIUI not till the l\h mst when 450 pack ages were ofl'ered a auchon, that any mate na\ Impetus Wat to the market, At thiS sa l e th l wolo offered was dis posed of at 1d to 2d. r&tes previously cur rent. Tens sold to 11 2d half pound aromatics rea.hzJ lid. to ls 6d, nnd &bout mnety b&rccs tw1st were sold at ls. 10d After i l sole some 600 to TOO were placed on p v. terms. Adv1ces from New York, rep t1 no departures durmg the mooth, subll!OWN Suppooe he w1oh to bulk down three hundred stickl, makinc thirty "" hun dred plants. The toba.co bemg m the right "case, he selects a corner of hH! barn. or I other building, and sweeps tho floor olean He then takoa down tho BtiCko, &bps the planta off and pla.es thom, atraight and oom paet, m one CQrner of the room, &bout oqe foot from ettbor wnll, buts outstdo AI>d so of another slick by tho 11do of tho ftrat, koepmg the coune parallel With the wall, and when one course 11 completed la.y dow;n another w1th tho buts on tho opposto tide Let theleDCth and nnmber ofth<>Ourses be ouch, that the bulk, when comploled, will be about three feel high. This done, lay tho tobacco atTCka on the bulk lengthwiSe, and cover over Jnth hay or fodder, pressmg 1t tighlly be tween tho wall and the bulk U thiS IS dona nglltly 1 tho tohacoo mil remiWl m atrippng c .. e for years Suppoae your whole crop 11 trpped and r"'hung, which ongb,l1to be dono by the first of March Let it banr until about the first of AprilJ then take do,;n Ill the proper pnzmg CIUIO, ona bulk It away aS befof<1 the pn11Dg case for th first anrgwl&, tho SIZe of the hogsheads is pre sen bod by law Th e y muot be made of soa oonod pme or poplar They must bo four feet s1x 10ches long, three feet 111x mchcs m liiameter, at one end, and three feet four mches at the other difference of di&m eter IS to allow the tobacco to b ... ltiopected Th1s may be oometh!ng new to persons of the North, therefore I will e>;pl!'m the mode of mspecting tob&cco m the boPhoad .An 1nspe<>tor lB appomted bylaw to mspect or examwe the tobacco pnzod 10 hogsheads. Hs flrat step s, to place the hogshead bc end upward He then romoves tho hnlns, and takes out the hoad lie next wvorta the pos1tton of the hogshead, that IS, puts the httle end up, and r&Tses it entirely from the I tobacco The mus or priZed tobacco stands Inches, five t1f>hths of an 1n.ch th1ck, and dresoed on tho Ul8!de Tho hO&d must b e 5eaaoned p1ne or popl&r, and one 1nch tluck, With etght boopL Such a h ogshe&d will answer mother Statea as well as m V1rgmlL .. .. \ per cent ad valorem on the market value the regton of Alexandria 1t lB thereof." prom1smg l'KIZJ:NG W e1gb out, say three hundred pounds It t:Lkea two hands to do this work, one m:ndo the hogshead and the other out One i3 called the pack e r, the other the w&Iter The packer so urangos the bundles, m placmg them, as to four courses 111. one layet:. Repeat tho layers until the throo hun drcd pounds are packed. The weight, (lever power) IS then applied. After stx put m two hundred pounds more and tho we1ght Stx hour.e, and so on, un til thirteen hundred or fiftoon hundred pounds have been put w The softer the the more of 1t can be put m a hogshead If the tobaoco iS of the first quality, fifteen hundre d pounds IS enough But It lower quahhes, e 1ghtcen -hundred pounds can be put m The finer tho quohty the less weght 1t ca.n bear Without mJury, and 'tl'ltl:f fJt7'1d. 'HaVldg priZed the crop It I& ready for mar kcl RICHXOIQl TOBACCO :U:C.IUNGE BY lDVItatiOn of Messrs Harveys & w.n tams, a large number of gentlemen assembled on tbellth ultimo to parlic1patem tbe festm bes on the occaSion of the opemng of the To bacco Exchange ten o'clock Capt&W Shepherd took the stand and ope ned tbo pro ceedmgs by offenng lot of fine tobacco for sale The b1ddmg was spmted, and good pncoo oblaln ed. After the oale, tbe JIUeSta were mv1ted to partake of refreshments, wh1ch had been served up by the well known caterers John Dabney and Tot!I Gnffin, to which all assented, and as they lmg..-ed aroand the convtTJal bowl, glass rang to glass as toasts were drank and reoponded to Our space forb 1 d s us from mentiomhg most of the toasts, but we will giVe one, which, for brevity and force surpa.ssca any on record So short was 1t that we do not thmk the hypercntlc that found fault with Cmsar s 'lttd,, '!ltct, could raJso 8Jl to tbe ono In quesbon, wl rta h was, 4 L6t,, dnnk I" Th1s was responded to by all pre sent as ofimj. a!! 1t was repeated Durmg the festlVltl e s Mayor Mayo and other gentl eme n wero ca ll ed on, and short addresses appropriate to the OCCI.Sloa. To Messr::. Harveys & Wtllia.msandothers connepted 'l'[th the gettmg up of thiS enter talnment we arc Indebted for their and hos)ntabty, and Wlsb them enrysuccesa in their efforts to restore the prostrated busl ness of the City -Ru:Mnond TM11e3. IJirERN AL TAX IIILL Tms bill has now passed both houses of Congress and been sent to tho PreSident for h1s approval The followwg are ts )ll>oviS 1 0ns rela.ttve to the tobac co trade On cign.rs, mgarettes, cheroots, short s1xes and twiSted beads, the value of which not over $8 per thousand, a tax of $2 per thousand. On c hero ots, ctgarettes, and c1gars, the nlue of which IS over $8 and no t over $12 per thou s and tax of $4 per thousand On all other cigars, cigarettes, and che roots, $4 p er thou sand, m addition to 20 per ent. ad valorem Some misunderstandmg JB prevalent with regard to the-mterpretauon of tho cla;Use ,_,. latmg to cgars more than $12 It IS frequently asserted that tho 20 per cent IS to be assessed on tho excess of thetr Talue above $12 for mstance, on cgara worth $GO, only IBS would bo hahle to the ad valorem tax. This, howner, m obvtously a m1stake, the whole valuo must b e mcluded m the cllJculallon of the 20 per cent. tax. The wordwg of the report of tbe Coalbut tee of Confereneo IS explicit, aad grves no ground for any such exemption of the first $ 12 of the value It IS as follows Other Items of the bill are Smokng to bacco sweetened, stemmed or butted, 40c per lb Fme cut chewmg, whether With at ems m or not, whether Joose, m bulk, m papers, 10 rolls or packages, 40e per lb Smokmg toba.cco not stemmed or butted, 15c. per lb TobacconiSts' license $10 ,,., UD PACXI!fG MESsBs J S G AN S & SoN offer w thm last ctrcular the followmg suggestion, to whom 1t may concern "We have aga.m r eceived very com plamts from Europe on account of false packing of seed lea( Our fnends Will recol ]ect that at three different times we noticed In our cll'Culars the nccess1ty of a more oorrect way o f samphng Seed leaf ought to be samp led hke Kentucky, to b e stnpped and split 10 three places, near the top centre, and bottom and sampled from the se "Our farmers know our lo ose way of samphng and the d1sltonest ones have taken advanta1e of 1t. The add1t10n&l expense of str1ppmg can not be an obJect, as it would at tho same lime gtve us correct tares-an ttem wh1ch ha.s, so for, caused a good deal of trouble to both vender and buyer We are furthermore au thonz e d to state, m b e half of our leadmg houses, that they are wlllmg to bear one half of the expense, and no doubt the home tradb will do the same, 1f, by a triJliog addlloll&l charge, they can protect themselves agamst gross frauds, which have been borne already too long ---<++---PIIOJ'ITABLE TOBACCO OROWI!fO TRE grower o f the famous hogshead of tobacco WhiCh brought $6 per lb at tile lato f.s.1r tn St L ouis, 1s Mr Jacob Detweiler, of Frankhn county, Mtssoun. His crop o f SIX hvgsbead s wns grown from four acres, and brought the f ollowmg pnccs BAd. Lb p,r 100 lbt 1 680 1560 t 2110 168 a 'ISO l8t 210 81 6 6\ilO 1 8 2 6 1 oso 121 To!al. tB 663 uo 89180 1 WlSU 218.10 198 40 2190 90 MEssBs LICHTENSTEIN BBos & Co facturers of fine Cigars, and whol esale m lear, have enlarged their busmess, and. opened an additional establishment at 321 Pearl str eet, contmumg, 1\S before., at No 34 Bowery In addition to the abovo places m tbts 01ty, they have a branch house m New Orle:ms 79 Gravter street. IMPORTED CIGARS, Maus. JJ.u T GUBR wilh to lnform. t.be pubUe and the Trt.de eapec!all,Y hue etta.bllabed a mu\lfaetory at clran LA Reroa ttreet No 20 Hab&Da, ud that Lhe.J w U work nothing \heir own Clu.DLI.TD un or tobAcco LA ESCEPSCION \h it wellanown tobuc o being the fl'OWth of their 01on platdN BRIDGUND & CO U B. TOBACCO On Tu&sday, J"uly 17th, 1866, At. 11 ocl.ock WirlllN THE S TORR, By NEILSON & NICHOLS Store, 113 Pea.rl1t 1 Ha.J:toyor aquare, 1100 package1 VIRGilflA M.&NUJ'AOlUBa:D !OBAOOO S hopbead1 VIR.GINia. LEAl' 70Bo\Cd0 1 bale VIRGIN LA LBAP TOBAOCO Samplea re&d,r on tbe morlllng of tale. J'or o r furt.har l nro,rmMloa apply to Meara. ltaw1t0n, Brldsland .t Co U llro&d-.treet M Jlader .& Son s B oken, 160 l'ea.rlkeet, or &be omc e ot the Auc.. i Tompoaed of Prmce Ed ward, Halitu, etc three fourths of the average crop IS expected __.........._ For Sale -oo.e Hundred. CAles 1eleetd Seed LetJWrapper1 by llAWiS & GlDD1NG81 71 H 6i WAUr tt.l'eet Brl4gepor1 OoDD. t..onei&D.Inen& ot DAV1Ula wrappert ud ftllera. Alto Yara I. ADd IL Ou$ atwa11 on hand and for lale 1a loti the muket rate, by P W ,JgLDACHER,. 21 German t reet. Da t.lmore Md 64-1$ For Sat...le, lo" 700 bbles HAvana Tobacco of dl.lrorent i n bond and du$y pa'Jd. AIJo, 1000 Sp&nllh by M k J: SALQMON. .... 85 IJ&mD" DJ.n New York. Choice Vlr&fllla Smoktna Tobaceo.-.Par tlcul"r attent.lon 1 1 to ourlarge ttook or Moon tt Genuine R.lWcklnlct BUlJ Bowlep Wlnnebago. And LoN JaCk Smoking Tobaccos, r o r tale In lota to purcb ..... & CO 59 Pro.at-ttreet. NeW' York. Tobacco Cutter.-i'or 11.le one RodEm CuWDc Machine &Dd Preu In complete ortler Apply \0 I' H PURDY A; 00 10 fulton strett (IO..U Sli:VIUL eontlgnments of the !Mat. Connectlcn& See4leat Tobacco, b.Y the cue, or In lo11 to .Wt, also 100 balea Havaaa I1Wera, hl&b-bTOnd.. wru be t old low to cl01 e contlromaaw, by WALTER A-OPPENIIEIMD, lll 101 178 BoWJIILT llla.t' Dtlancq New Yotk. TO TOBACCONISTS J.ND CAPITALISTS! f ror caah ""J;"m lmpr.rt a dlaoTer'J' b,. which l!l.llllon may bo re&Hzed wl\b. proptrlT 41rtetecl capita l ADd e nt.erp rlse By a 8IMPLD ud OE(BAP cotoblnUoa the mo a i :OLIGITTIUL and AOC.ElPrABLE PRAGRANO. may bei Jhen to almost au7 uaUty of SYOIONG TOBA C CO, CIGAR or OIGAREl'TB luc h u NO MAN wauJd tall Co accept lo preference to an,. other TBJC WdRLD WOULD NECESSARILY BB O OME TltJ.: OU.iTOAU:& Of S'D'OH A. M01'i&POLY \ Pecuolu,. neceat1 t 1 compeiJ me to part wltb 1t before I cao obtain. me\nt to ml.l1ufacture oa a ptofitble .ca .. F01'etgn .&chango 1 s not achve but firmer W quote b11ls at 60 days on London 106 a ;lOS fur commerc1al lOSt a l OSt f o r bank rs 5 16 a 5 12 1 Antwerp 5 15 a '3i llamb ur g 3 7 Amsterdam, 42 :h.;;en, 7St a 78! From the po1t of New York for tho week 1 BE demand baa been better the past week a.nd two or tbree cargoes have been taken at full rates Sales are mostly for tho Holland markel Ohio leaf L8 qUiet, 20 hhds. old crop at prev i ous r&tes No sales of Kentucky, NEw Partido begms to come 10, but the amvala are mostly or common and mfenor W o have no aal01 to report. ThiS consiSts of bre g the leans from the stalks, and tyw&'OTD mto bundles, called "hands" m t section, Bul In before h1m without covenng Th e outau!o may be all but bta sworn duty to e:f amme 1t through and througb, u well as round and round For tbts purpose he dr1vee an ll"OD bar to the middle, near the top of tho mass, up and takes out a handful of bundles lie repeats that operation on two other pomls of the m&ss. He then mopecta or exammes the parcels extracted, and n.tea tho whole hogshaad ac:cordmc to tberr quality Tho hogshead replaced and On all cheroots, c1ga.rettes, and agars, the market value of wh1c h over tw e lve dollars per thousand, a tax of four dollars por and m addition thereto two1;1ty OniO CRoP -Our correspondence from OhiO represents the amount of ground planted a s less than last year, OWlng to tho poorness of the market recently The growmg crop, however, IS looking splendidly, and b1ds fair, 10 for, to be qne 111f tht b011t evor lwown w1th te&l adclreu 11RIV A.:ID care Wx. DolfJ.'IItr!Lq, 'j1G 42 MO\IIa>ll11r
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( I LEAF g R. B. JEFFRIES, Jll,!iUJ'iCTURSR AND WllOLI:SA.Lli: DB..iLIR TN U L EOIDS OJ' So. 6 St. (llrst., Pitts1Jn1g, Pu. tr A large or !I!EERS O HAUlii l'IPES a.nd TQO,\CCO, or the be1t quallt.y, kept on han !. HAWES & GIDDINGS, I'J.C'II.Eil:!-J.XD DIU.J..ltRS IN "' Connecticut Tobacco and HAVANA FILLERS; DICALBJIS 1:>1 Plug TobJC:0, Ciga.rs, Snuff, eto. 62 Brtda-cport1 <:ona. POWDERED LICORICE ROOT THOMAS HOYT. & Co., TOBACCONISTS, No. 404 PEARL STk!KT, NEWYORK., ManufaCl:uren of all kinds of LICORICE PASTE WALLIS & CO. EXTRA. Tobacco manufacturers and the trade in general are particularly reqnested to examine and test the superior proper ties of this LICORICE, which, being now brou .gbt to the highest perfection, is offered under the above style of brand. W c are also SOLE AGENTS for the brand F. G. Acknowledged by consumers to be the best in the market. And for the brand of Licorice Stick G. H. In all re spects equal to CALABRIA. GOMEZ, WALLIS & CO., P. & G LOIULLARD, MANUFACTURERS OF TOBACCO AND SNUFF, DEALERS IN fine-Cut Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Snuff; Cigars, and Havana Sixes. uoomcs PAsrst LICORICE PASTE, PLUGJTDBACCOSiAND CIGARS AT:MAKERS' PRICES. SA:NFORD BRAND, !11. \ .XUJ"ACT!;nt:o, Warranted Perfectly Pure, The Stamford Manufactnrin[ Co., Cons t a Jtl.Y o n h : : m(], a n d f o r sale b y H. MESSENGER & CO., ?1-98 161 and l63 Maiden-lane, N.Y CUTTING TOBACCO, OUR BRANDS FINE-CUT CHEWIN01 SUNNYSIDE, HEART'S DELIGHT, NATIONAL. THOMAS HOYT & CO., New-York. HOYT, FLAGG & CO.t Louj,sville, Ky. HOYT, FLAGG & CO., Succesaon to HOYT, BARBOQR & CO., 107 and I og St., -LOUISVILLE, K.Y., EXCELSIOR MILLS PUilE POWDERED LICORICE, Gum Arabic, OLIVE OIL,, TONQUA BEANS, And other Flavorln,;s, for T o bn c conhl!!' u8e, Cor 111e br WEAVER & ST'ERRY, Importers, Oenlury Chewing ............. .... $1.25 S t a r of the Wes t Smokin g,._ ... 'I'; .... $0.90 Rose Leaf '1 ................... 1.00 Eu'rcka. .. 72 Cavendish ; u 00 7o Bee 80 Long Smok in g ............... ..... 65 Maccoboy Snuff ... ... __ .... ,.... 90 No.1 Smoking._ ........... _..... 60 Scotch .................. UO Tea L eaf.. .... -... -.. .. .. .. 34 High Toast .. .. .. .. .. 90 G o l d Dus t ....... ........... _. SO Coarse French RappcC .............. 1.0 0 No.2 Smoking:................... .. 28 Irish High Toast............ .. .. .. .. 9 0 Cut S t ems .... ........ ... _..... .. 26 The Century Chewii1g will be found ar. unusually choice article. Sond for circul ar. 16, 18,"andi20 Chambers-street, New-York. of Vfl.rioU3 g r :de f.:Jr "!l le, in lots t l) J m r c hMer Manuf:J.tt:uu:rs uf following celebrated br:an'dl of ,... lG PLATT-S T .. N Y. "' F .iNE -CuT CHE:WING ToBAcco, __::__' Mannfacturera' Aiencies: FOY & EARLE, 85 South Water, "Chicago ; YOUR TEE, FISHER & CO., 94 West Second, Cincfunati; 11. A. VAN SCHAICK, 503 Chestnut Street, i')lil n delphia; 'A., R. :MITCHELL 24 Bread Street, Boston. J. C. HAVEMEYER & BRO.,-175 Pearl-street, New-York. tl.l--SO-JACOB HrNKELL, sEGAR BOX MANUFACTORY (Supetior Make & Prime Quality,) OF CEDAR '1\'00D, 69-1"21 157. 159 and 161 Goerckstree t, NEW YORK. -..! ___ ........ _--JOSEPH LOW I tlllrORTER Oi' HAVANA SEGARS, Nos. 71 and 73 Front-st., G!J-121 Jl, I, INOD.UI, 'J'IJOI. N, YOOI'f.I.T. E. I. Ingham & Co., .Um D E.i..LKRIJ L"t PLUG .&ND M&NIJFA.fJTURED TOBACCO. Also, Dealers in Domestic and Importers of Havana Segars, No. 217 Onl-street, New-York. 69-9i TOBACCO. LABELS. Fred. Mayer & Co., 96 Fulton-street, N. Y. TOBACCO LABELS of every description executed in superior style. SUNNYSIDE, SWEET OWE.N, ROSE-BUD. KILLICKINICK SMOKING ToBACCO!<, Golden Eag l e, Grand Obi net. Chirrrnev-C6rn HO\'T, FLAG G & CU., LouiliYiiJe, It) THOMAS HOYT & CO., New-York. MOSES & CHAPMAN, J{r @' n h a .ern, DOMESTIC AND. IMPORTED SEGARs, 183 J"omr G. Mons,} 1. W. Oll..u'Ull. WHITTAM & LAWRENCE, AIANUFA.CTURERS Olr Tobacco, Snuff & Cigars, 395 Street, New-York, Ua"Te COil5ta.D11.7 On hand a large U&OrlmeDt or Vlrglola Manofll.elur.ed Pure Turklh Imported .uava oa and Domea&le CHICHESTER & CO., s. PURE 51 BOWERY, flEW-YORK, tVf'()aftiLI .U:D Du.Laa d" QUALITY. Manufactured at Poughkeepsie, New-York. GIFFORD, SHERMAN & INNIS 120 WILLIA!!: ST!I.EET, 56-67 HEW-Y-&RK.. ADAMS & OSSORNE,-Co:nunission Agents, IN Lea & Manufactured Tobacco, LICORICE, TONQUA BEANS, Eto. j NO .. I3 OLD-SLIP, New-York. GOODS FORWABDED, 31-6 1 CHAS. H. CALISCH, '\ EKOK:ER :IN LEAF TOBACCO ).ND SEG-.A.R.S, 18'2' PEA.RL STREET, I UP-STAIRS, c.,. Ceda,t. 41-'>D NEWYOllK. EADIE & SMITH, :BBOKERSIN Mannfactnred Tobacco and Se[ars, 1131 MAIDEN-LANE, JJ.ll18 c. llll>I"I, } :iDW AII.D A. SMll'll, NEW-YORK. Leaf Tobacco & Segars. J. s. GANS & soN, Solo or tho r 0 t> II c (I 0 t>' Ci "' tl t.: f> (> CKLEl!!I.ATED BOUQUET SllOKI!II& TOBACCO. A V 4J H 1,1 4< H t,) NO, 178! WATER-STREET, To!>= (In bond o'du\rpald) lnqu&Ddd.,.,o,ul\ P"" ehuert. Orders receh-ed f or any brand o r Import.ecl &-NO. SO WALL-STREET. "an tho.,.,.,. prlc. INDIAN o1.1:J W JIGURKS oonlt&ntlr on hand or euved to order.. Chlebetkr' edebrat.ed Scotch Snu1!', for the Tonti no Building, teeth, and d.lpplnr p"urpose1. Tbe Snutr b known an over LOUIS DITTMAR, JHPOR'I'U 08' 1 HAVANA' ,n:s DOMSSTlC 66-n 191 Pearl-street, New York. MADDUX BROTHERS, DEALERS I1'i Forei[n & Domestic Leaf Tobacco, CIGARS, NO. I '11 Frontst.0 New York. LBWII M..UlD"O"X, 66-118 WK; B. MJ.DDUX. M. BROCk, llAlltJi'J.O'I'UE&B. 01' TIIB J'lltES'r BSA..'Uli OJ CXG-AR.S. ).!D SOLE PATENTEE O TllB O.I.Ll'.:DB.&.T.&D Dll.&.ti'D EL RIFLE, 350 HOUSTON.ST.,liEW-YOBK, U-91 Buchanan & Lyall, 150 WATER-STREET, New-York. Manu:fRctnrcn or &lie Coi.J.owtug CeJ.ebra the country, manufactured u:p:euly for the above purpose, U ean be ha.d. by t.he keg, hair bane!, tiT baTrel 'aoey Smoldtlg Tobacco of all kinds, a.a allo a GOOd ... JecUon of J'ane:r ArUcle .. J.lllalll M, OMOJDSTKL "WM. IIII'CUJ':IL. ARTHUR GILLENDER & CO., ObOOI8SOU TO JOHN ANDERSON & CO., IU.JroPJ.O'ru.n.ll..l or 7'811 SOLACE TOBACCO 114, 116, and 117 L.IBERTY-STREEf1 .lliD 121 CEDARSTREET, Arthur Glllender, Nopo!eoo B. Knklooufae..,., or au !d.odJ ot ,.,.. OIOT oomn'" ood 8 E S TA,B L{75'H E D ., '" .. < .... :. 'co U. S. BONDED WAREH::U S E 32d DISTRICT. --:o:--HENRY -lV!. MORRIS, 99 Pearl-street, New-York. COMMISSION MERCHANT FOR THE SALE OF LEAF & MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, COTTON, NAVAL STORES, Etc., Etc., Etc. IMPORTER AND SOLE AGENT IN THE U. S. FOR THE "M. &. M." BRAND LIQUORICE PASTE. GUMS, BEANS, OILS, HAV ANA SUGARS, ETC., ETC. Certiftcalleo of the MORRIS M. & M." BRAND .will bo shown from the leading nlan ufaoturer& in Richmond Lynchburg, Petersburg, Danville, Va., Brooklyn, St. LCluis, LoUisville, Covington, Pittsburg, Canada, A ustraE:t, and Califor n ia. pr LDJEBAL CA.BH ADVAN'bES MADE ON CONSIGNME.:YTB. '.-ciGAR HIRSCH & co., I Manufacturers and Importers of GARS, I 7 4 Water-Street, NEW-YORK. EMPIRE Uf. TY TOBACCO vVORKS, 75 BOWERY, NEW-YORK. M. M. GRODJINSKI'S BRAN D S : FE.BIAN'S PRIDE, .. "' z l'Il!E-CUT CAVENDISH AND sKQKI!II& TOBACCO. llranoh Depots, W an4 G08 Bro&dwat, and SGS.Pul tonlkt<'lt, Brooldya. 0 ElliN GO Di.aOII. OEAD MILLE II' AJLTJ.Il. .. 0 ... 0 0 H. H. WATTS' WELL-IINOWK BRANDS: CAN'T SEE ITJ '""'OUR CHpiCE, ... o JOHN CORNISH CHEWDI&, AND VARIOUS BRANDS 9f' SMOKINC, Also PLUG TOBACCO, SEGARS, SNUFF, and a ll Articles appertaining to the Trade. MANtrFACl'URED J. M VENABLE & co., 'PETERSBURG, VA. Als<.', .. Manufactur ers of Superior u Maccoboy," 11 Rappee," and other Snuffs. Chew ing and Stnoking Tobaccos of every grade. JOSIAH MACY'S SONS, AGENTS, 189 &. 191 FRONTSTRE;ET, NEWYORK LICHTENSTEIN BIJ()S; & CO., liJ.'I_,BACCO. DA.RK, UfO ToUOOO, S:iuft,S.O.....,At.e. J)tal.ers In lLDG 'l'oUOCO 1 : X.UlfJ"AC'Ttl"llU. 0. .AU. JQ'P8 0-, Prna.etc. F :I --..T -r:"' ZII&ndBoll,J'lor&T-Ie,ao4Exq..Wte. lit -"0! <>1> ..L,. ..-:;:...-a cllo i .CU & PEASE'S l'A'I'ENT '-1 '""'"""""' .. SE a. BUCKEYE TOBACCO CUTTER. Leaf" Tobacco, 86 MAIDEN-LANE. D. """ N:EW-y -&B K.. F. W. RITTERHOFF'S PATENT IMPROVED Parties desirous of purchasing, or wo.ntlns-ioformaUon, npplyto JAMES ADAMS & CO., !S0-84 Agents for the State ot New-York, BU"F'F.ALO, N. Y. --. HAND l BULKLEY & MOORE, TOBACOO.;CUTTING soLE 'aGENTS MACHINES. No. 74 Front-street, lor particulars and elteulars, appl;r &t No. &i CBDAR-T&DT, oppos.lle P(l&f..O.lll.ee, New York. lil-63 BARBER'S CELEBRATED Parent Segar, Machine. We arenow receiving direct !rem the manufactur.er, a limited quantlt.y of tbb verr Oeleb-rated and Superior ] 'Io ba.eeo1 to wlil.:h we lnvl t e the attention of the Trade. BULKLEY & MOORE, s.6LE AGENTS, 74 FRONT-STREET. NEILSON & NICHOLS, TOBACCO & GENERAL AUCTlONSSllSt No. 113 :Pearl-street (Ranover.squlll'e). SIMON S.A:LOMON, n.rr6nn: n iJo""D DOYES.TlO J.ND ALL KINDS Oil' LEAF TOBACCO, 192 .Pearl Street, HEW-YfHlK, lBROS., W HOu::iloi.LE DULJUU L'( J...LL 11:1:<\DS 01' Leaf. Tobacco, DOMESTIC AND HAVANA SEGARS; 173 WATERSTREET, NEW-YORK. ISt-102 Wll. mRSCltHOJ!.N, WM.HIRSCHHORN'&. JU..tl:tii'1C'l'VREBi Oi' FINE CIGARS, ANO D"liCALIUl.S! Leaf Tobacco, No. 9 -0LD-SLIP. 53-73 NEWYORK. tl!PO RTKRS OJ' Meerschaum & Briarwood l? I l? E s. &7 MAIDEN LANE, NEWYURK. !t H U I.-A IIh. ll. IJ. IHuHn"'T, N_,w.Qrleans; CJ...TUI" Pam Tt.Jll, 1 1 u t 1i<<>nl ,.., Ill.: \V I t PmftiTOS, N ow -York:; G-110. R 5.,. .. !Uti. ; Wll. U WILUJ., Calho1p1 &nd Ind. Howard, Prestons & Barrett, -Dotnm Ucrchants, NEW-ORLEANS, LA. JOHN A. HARTCORN, FimE SEGARS.9 NO. 193 PEARLSTREET, NEWYORK. SCHMITT & STORM. hiANUli'ACTUR.ERS OV \ SEGARS, DEAl.ERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, 191 PEARL-STREET, .Toli.F.t"IJ ScnllTr, I SS-GS N E'"'-YOR K. Gttl!I"!G!: S T n!Ul. f Yl" T. A CAS'WELL W BO LEJJALK .A.ORNT (IJ' BAGLEY;S ,DETROIT FINECUT CHEWING TOBACCO, NO. 74 WILLIAl![-STREET, 40-65 New-York. DE BRAEKELEER & FOOTE, )U.NUI'J.CtURERS 0"1 CIGARS, .iliD DX.U.ERS r.f LEAF TOBACCO, No. 941Jeei.ma.n-st., near Pea.rl, New-York. Sole Proprietors and lla.nufacturen of the celebrated La l'er!eeclon, El Compafiero, and El 4{1-99 brands of C i gars. BRESLIN & IDGGINS, SEGARS ).NO LEAF TOBACCO; No. 131 Waterstreet, ).1, P, B.I0 "1Ulf0 } 66-00 o//li.'')Oj' "''"" "'""" 0 u ""'"" SEIDENBERG & CO., Dll'OR'I"&Jl.S (II' ..UO.""D ))SALEB& IS" FOREIGN & DOMESTIC NO. 1 9 Broa.duay, (G4-11tj) New-York. M. H. LEVIN, UfPOJlTE!I. o Tobacco and Segars, .A.li.D DliLD Ill .llL XJN"DI 0 ) L E A F 1T OB A C C 0, 162 PEARL-ST, near Wall-st., 1o0--s2 NEW-YORK. SALOMON & ELKINS, PATENTED JUNE 24th, 1862. 348 PEARL-STREET, NEW YORK. GO-T$ .............. .,.,..... IMPORTED AND .DOMESTIC =-=--==----==---=---_____:__ romr I. s : BARBER, Sole for the Unite : .,.,=""""'.. Celebrated Patent Chewin[ Tobacco "'m A v 'r -e B A c -c e. PELLETS 140 Water-Street, NEWTORK. 6-lt OUR BRANDS: .L. KELLNER, 91 WILLIAM-ST., NEW-YORK, DOMESTIC S E GARS. HOL1ANDER, FLEISHER & CO.; Dealer!!tn allldnds or 1 Also, and ManufacturCl'S of FINE UJ:GARS, 147 WATER-STREET, -Lou" IIOLLA.,'DXK, ll)w th 8. B. 111'" H. HOLLAND::m. 2!)-..M + W. DESSAUER, IIEJ..LXR J.MD J08BlCl\ OJ' ALL DNDS UAf & rtUG TOBAOCOSt .lLSO CIGARS, No.I65 Water-street, New-York. P. S.-A conal.gnmen& of Moore's gen uin e Killic klntck Tobacco ror sale cheap, 63-75 M. vVESTBl<..:IlVI & C:O:, lolJ.liUi'J.C tUUliS ur INK J.ND Dll.U..&8 IN @lonneditut Jtttl-177 PEARL (Up ....,,) > NEW-YORK. SCHRODER & BON, tu::r-oal'n& or Havana Segars and Tobacco. .u.s<>, MANUFACTURER OF SEGARS -4JID Dealers in Leaf Tobacco, 258 Pearl Street, near F1Jlton, f New .. York. MOSS. & F A.LK, llJ.KU ..I.C l'UPo RS O J' Criterion, Washington Irvillg, AND OTHER BRANDS SEGARS, IIULBAS I!f LEAF. TOBACCO, NO. 7 :BURLING-SLIP, Footo/ ( 49-7-t) NEW C. LANGENBACH lU.K_tTTJ.CT URD or ..I.LL JUNDS Cl' FINE-CUT, CHEWING, SMOKING TOBACCOS C _,.D---SNUFF,148 WATER-STREET, NEW-YORK. R. S. LATORRE, IM"FORTEB. 01' TO BAC c 0 LEAF, Hava.na Sega.rs, etc., 187 Pearl Street, cor. Cedar, HEW-YffilK, F. W. No, 71 Essex St;, near Grand f.S.t, IIULU [J L. BERINGER & CO., Se[ars, Pln[ and Leaf Tobacco, lVo 14S WATER BTBEET, New-York, ... ALL ORDERS PUNCTUALLY AT'f!:NDED 'IO. ...... PAULITSCH &. SCHLESINGER,i (DBALEBS IK Foreign and Domestic Leaf !Tobacco, 148 i WATER-STREET, i'\l!!lllli'iNEWYbRK.'!:I GEORGE WICKE SEGAR (Superior Make & Prima Quality,) OF CEDAR WOOD1 No. 26 Willettatreet, NEW-TOllk' M. Deal e r ta all kinde of Por e ign and Domest ic Leaf Tobacco, And Manufa c turer of SEGARS, t7Bi WATER-STREET, NEW-YORK. JO.HN BRAMM, 9.19 Snece,uor io BRA.ltll!l & BKO'.l'HEHS, 28 Atlantic-st., Brooklyn, Fina-Cnt an[ Smoking Tobacco, S!IGAllS, .And SUperior Lundyfoot SnuJI'. REISMANN & KAPPES, Fine Smo]png, Tobacco, 14 B. HESS, Commission Merchant, l:VPOO.Titll. J.h"ll lll:olLXIL IN 14 Dealers & Cotnmissiov MERCHANTS Virginia, AND HAVANA Perique, DEW DROPS ILEA-E'"T"o'i.A.cco, NO. 14 CEDAB-STBEE'j.', 119 Pearl-st., bot. Pine aad lledBl'Sb., tlll:W-YORK, Genum e Latakia Orden puetu dl.Y llttcnfl p N y k -twed. Goods wurauhhl, 'l'erm!l ca,h. u t l am an.... m., ew or 1'14 FULTON-ST., N.Y., \ Turkish, and St. Pul's Churoh J 'OHN L; DEEN, H. BLA.',fH Killickinick. CHAS. F. TAG, FOREICN SEGAlt l8l"l01XESs "-"'Dum 'IMPORTER OF SPANISH, LEAF .TOBACCO. aiD DELANCEY-STREET, & P DEALERS IN 16fu Cas .. Tobacco Match Sales, Tobacco Leaf T 1-. o Cl Pouche, Pipe s,.,, ..,:Qy?.,..QQO A.SD J. CO>l.IPLET.I STOCK OJI fi SLif', TOBACCONISTS' ARTICLES NEAR -NEW-Yonx. 45 L>herty Strost, (up strurs,l li'1um. WM. loax_ I N liOLUSI'IPINQ.I.L" jJD, lLI.UOIIBJ.V&. JJ.:W,B.BI'DiOJ.JJio SUS'J;I'19 P. PoaGL'IBUIW. r M EW-YORK. 87-89 Srnoldn;::!; Tobacco.-" H o me Comfon." Cuba ceo Put up and Bhippcq. for the Southern ""j#-MixeJING & Sli'iQ[{j N G TOBA 1 kat. i, J'a.o cy Lig ht," nlrd'& E ye. .A N D S E GA R S we give attention to the m: Ludlow 11111., f [-MS NEWYORK. No,Sto13 Bedgwlcl<-8t.,Brooklyn TERMS CASH-USUAL DISCOUNT. Good!! Warranted.Orders Promptly Executod. 4-0--G:l .. ..,

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.... 4 J. L ADAMS, "MORRIS & ..... xuurJ.c:rtTJt.w:a. o' Lt. JDiDS OJ' Plug and Twist Tobacco, Leaf Tobacco & Cotton O f the following Brando: : FACTORS, BRIGHT, ..., PONG OAK.E. N A. 'I' ORE'S OWN. 1 DARK. J L .A.DA..M3' 8 NAVY ll!LII' POU NDS n XXX121L W.OOIE MITCHEL L QUARTER 1/.0I/I!JlS, J OHA.LLENGEl lOt. TWIST. 416 COLOMBIA-STREET, BROOKLYN. BEMIS & ABBOTT, \',om %\.o'l\. 1\\ e,\'e \\.o.\'\. \%, TOBAcco, SEG-A.R.&,. ... PIPE S i Farnam-street, O,MAHA, NEBRASK!. Refers t.o-Flrst Nn.Uonal Dank. Omaha., Nebraska; J. M. McOonnlc k & Co. Omah!t. Nebraska; Poland 4: P a t rick, Omftllli, J, & Sons, St. L ouis, Mo.; Phlater & Uow cioolnnatl. Ohlo; Thos. 0. Dura.nt, Vlce President Un i ori Paclll.c RallrO&d, Noll!" York; M. R&det" & Son, Bro kers, Ne.w-Yor'll:; 0. Wellli, BarUord, Conn. ; W. 8. Huntoon & Son, Provldeuce, It. I.; J. A. Dodd & Co., Dos ton, Jl:la.s!. SUTPHfN'S TOBACCO HOUSf, No. 30 Carondeletstreet, IIS-109 NEW-ORLEAIIS LA .)CAMPBELL, LANE & CO., TOBACCO & SEGAR MANUFACTURERS, CALDWELL, NEW-JERSEY, .... 12st5 BROAD-STREET, NEWARK, 48,.'1> NEW-'lEliSEY PITTSBURG ADVERTISEMENTS. FARNIL\1-Sr., 9il!AHA, NEBRASKA. E. MEGR.AW & CC., &IoN OF BIG AND sQuAw. Tobacco Manufacturers, The Oldest Tobacco Honse in N cbmka. ... DIUL ... L, wHoLEsALE, RETAIL, AND coMIDssroN Leaf, Fmc-cut, SmobnR: Tobacco, & Segars. D.IW.IItS Df UNION F AOTOBY, 33 and 55 Rand-st Tobaccos, Cigars, Pipes, BABJWI Bt. ClairS.J..LB DE.I.I.ERS L'l LEAF TOBACCO 117 NORTH THIRD STREET, 4H3 P:EEII.:!.:&:ELl?:IHA. --... -..... ..... -Batchelor Brothers, AC'I'UltERS QJ' DQMESTIC. HAVANA AND YARA CIGARS, .l.ltTH(1R UAGEN, J.ilS$ IlL BOYD WU.LLl.U 0. PlUSH, Unit?d States Bonded "W"arehouse HAGEN, BOYD&; CO., O'i\'\. ''"\s s\m'\. e,\' e\\." \'\. \% .um wuou:s..a.L"E DJU. L itli.S IN" LEAF AND MANUFACTURED Tobapcos, Segars, Etc., :Farmers' Agenta for the sale of Connecticut Seed leaf Tobacco, 61 Nortll .rbtrd .. 8t., Philadelphia. Internal Revenue Bonded Warehouse OJ' TO.asACCO ... T O ? B A 0 0 0 .I.ND MA.."'Ul'J.CTVRERS OJ' CHEWIIIG AND SIIOIWIG 70BACC01 No. 113 Main Street, 82-59 'VA RICHMl5ND ADVERTISEMENTS. R. E. DIBRELL, outmissiou l}trthaut F o r tile So.te and Purehue o f LEA.F & MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, &tabllhect 18-14. Offioa.'Canal,'between Thirteenth and Vip WALTER X. & CO., (formerly N. Y. A.l.4JmJI', Sol.-A Co.,) Eata.blished 1846. TO-BACCO 1Jnthaut.6 F o r Sale and Purclu:Lse ot Leaf Tobacco. Shockoe Warehouse, Richmond; V a. Reoel.e alway, the fillest teleetl.ont from \he eropl of an4 NorlA ....,.. :i,\flVE'YS & WILLIAMS, \Jary & 13th Sts., Richmond, Va,, GENERAL (!i;ommi!ltJicu J..GJO:N'J9 JOR B.ilZ OJ Ac-rr'4ED AJill LEA!' fOBACCO. Xobaccot Coulpmeutl or Herch&ndiae -' :nnn. no. :D. .UTD". 1110. .. wn.u.a.a U...l'i8 1. wo .. m au. ) 1f. a. UD. B!}LL & REED roaat;CO aaottnna. Ad General Cftimi'SIIion & r.rwam.r Ilertkllh' Om Fll'ltJatlful Bnk, ::U ...... d. Bn y ADd aeU Manlacktted and Leaf 'l'obaceo on com ').IaMon. .At.ttn-1 CO: the lntlrDal Bneuae Tu: on Hanufact.uled Tobacco; .&pma for BAOON1 OLABDY .t Co.1 lSI PeariHb'eel, New-Y o rk. 81_.. & RYANT, Tob acc o Brokers and General Commission Merchants, Tobe.oco Exehali'ge Building, Shockoe Blip, RICHMOND, VA. Forel g n anil domestic ordeu fpr the purchase of Vir glnla Tobacco sollchcd. RE.ORJ:NCIS: J. Tboma!, J r., Esq.: 8. 0 RoblniOrtt Esq., Pres't Planters' National Dank, Richmond, VL; H. Hes s enger & Co., 111 Malden-lane, New York ; Johnston A: Thomp60n1 JM Pearlstreet, 62-Bl l't. J, CBRISTI.Ul", D. H. LF.:A, CHRISTIAN, LEA & CO., Y" GENERAL AUCTION & COMMISSION IERCHANTS, A!i'D J. O t:!i1"5 li'QR 1"lllll S.U.B 011 MANUFACTURED & LEAF TOBACCO. LEAF' SA.llt.TEL AJJ!;ES. <' W C. SAYIIUJU. AYRES: & CO., TOBACCO & COTTON FACTORS, GENERAL Commission and iForwarding MERCHANTS, A&ents Atlantic Coast !!t ail Steamship Line to New-York. Cor, of Ca.ry).ud sts.,' E.ichmond,',Va. 64-lO l N.C. READ, Commission Merchant. TOBACCO f un OTimR PRODUCE. Orde rs prompll y tllled, and OONSIGN!tiENTS solicited. Office, No.4 Commercial Block, RICHMOIIID, VA. PETERSBURG ADVERTISEf"ENTS. R. A. YOUNG & BRO., OENERAt. COMMlSSlON MERCHANTS, Attend to the and ea.l& o)f Y lrglniA-li.Dd North Oarollna. Lent Manufactu red TOSA.CCOS. No, 4 Iaol'IJ"Ron Buu.Dwcs, PE1' mRSBURG V.t., Refer to MeEar&. J011i.ui l!I.t.OT'l8ot-'B, N ew-York; H.uun & Gll'rDRIE, NewY ork ; f!.t. nn & WILLIJMS, Richmond, Va. iT. T naooxe., Mel'Chanta' Nntl o na l Bank; B. RAYLll"D, President NatloDal&Dk, Petenburg, Vn.. """' J. E. VENABLE & CO., No. 3, Iron-front, 1 PETERSBURG, Va.., Commission Merchants J'QB Tm11 Bllll PURGIIA.SB OF Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco AND oolToN. E. VENABLE & CO :a. WILKENS & MONUMENTAL CITt TOBACCO WORKS NO. 181 WEST BALTIIIIORE, llrlD., Mana1act.urera o r all ki.Dda ()f SULLIVAN & TobaccoFactors, And De&len in all klnd! o f LEAF TOBACCO, OTTE, HORMANN & CO., Manufaeturel'l of &llldnda of TOBACCO JND DRALBR! II(. SnuW, Pipes, and Tob Keep on hand the Largett ,Moek of M&liOQ Ilnporkrs of arul Owen ooUu ty &nd :&edried Cuitoln& Lear In \he WeeL T b d th 105 No. 29 l!aoo-ot., CinC\JlD&U, Olilo, Jmakin1J &: @:abttttos, No. 100 Tl:ird-st., bet. Vine & Locust ST. LOUIS, MO. Our prlnclpa: l .Dra.nd!!. are-JI:ldorado, 9 In. Nat. NMuraJ 9 ln., Da.nana. Fig; 6 ln.; E:r: telalor, half bright, 12 in. 193 Cigars and Leaf o acoo, a:n o er Smokers' Articles, IU!derCit)'Orrlhlm .. la1867,..JP Depot with Lllldheim &; Co., 26 Wheeler Tobacco Warehouse, 0. & R. DORMITZER & CO., Courtla.ndt-stre e t, New-York. 1 PHISTER & HOW, Proprietors, Depot also a.t E. L Witthaus's, corner l!,'rord For the In11pectlon and Oommlaalon Sale of WitOLES.lLV DIUU:u l:f Leaf Tobacco & Ciga! W"J) J4"ANUU{I"l'Unli:I1S OJt l'INE CIGARS,' Pearl-street, Cincinnati, O. CHICAGO ADVERTISEMENTS. D. M.llfnl'J.C'l'tmn OJ' ll'L D1SCIUP1'IOlll! 01' Fine-Out, Chewing, & Smoking Tobacco, Killickinick, !)tc., Refen: t.o T.1.nuru., MoiLWAINII .l:: Co., 79 Frout.-streel, NewYork. 83-U BROWNLEY, BURTON & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS ELLIS & BUR LEW, W k No, 168 No.rtlt Second Street, ll.t.=ttJJ"AC TUUM or .l.lL Z:I5DS ()I' Eagle Tobacco or s. ST. LOUIS. MO. ... !DLER( J. E. HAYNES, 1\\e,\'e\\.o.l\\%, (or the linl'l o r Cope 13ro! .t Co.,) &lJ.K.a.ou,o.DruCl'l'O. Fives TenA, Na.vy Pounds, Half Pou'ilds, Six ""' .New--Yor-Meul"l. E. Morrison <1: Co., 'Twist N&tur&l, Diamond Twi.st, &37 North Tblrlt-st., d 23 North SeeoiJd-st., PHILADELPHIA. General Commission Merchants, No 39 North Water Street, PHILADELfHIA. No. 93 Syca.ID.orEI-Btreet, Cowlgnmeute or M erchandlge re spectfu lly soli cited. WK. 8. Baoxr.w-r,} .... Plug Tobacco, Tobacco Broker, Choice; H. Burlew ; Ferry Ellis's Bright Q,u&rter Pou ene. .J...ND u Broad-meet.. 17-29 Cl!lt and Dry eto,. ..... e. BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. ... HARTrORD ADVERTISEMENTS. N. W. BATCHFELDER & CO:, Manufacturers or a.U IJnd ()f Fine-Cut Chewing and Smoking WESTPHAL & LEHNEMAN, llllit.DI II AJUgeatoekoC Yara, Younr Amerloa and othe r well-known brand11.const.anUy onbe.D.d, 8'1 WHOLESALE AND BET AIL .fOHN DOUGLASS, :wHO M. MEYEg, COMMISSION .0& 'I'BII Sllll OJ' 68llainst., Richmond, Va, 64-89 lua W. Bua701f, PETEBSJI;URG, Va. AlJRJ,IU II Bmtl'lllf, 1 Established 1839. 8pet:1al attention riven &o the tale and p urchase of y F U H R M A N N UNION PLUG TOBAOOO FAOTORY, COTTON and TOB.A.COO. 88-SO ll.t.NUPJ..CTVRUA.NDDnLu.Ilf ... THoMAs T. HARDGRovE, Tnos. BRANon & soNs, 1 R, n8o=,. s':_!:'w (Onlyouc"""' rnoMASondSAMUEL IIARDGROvE), Bankers andCommission Mercha11ts1 Ill"" ...., 7 12 Fine cnt smokini Tobacco & Cigars, 69 South Water Street, 185"1 r-.f f[ HJ.O,.ti.GO. Eclipse Tobacco Work. 38 NORTH SECOND-ST., IST. LOUIS, MO. r LOUISVILLE 'ADVERTISEMENTS. TOBACCO, D!AU:RS Hi 0 Sat. Sat Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco, Cc :g,:g,. Seed Leafj T 0 a a C C 0 MJ.lriUUOl'(1nROII'.AU..ItiZi"DSO!' TOBACCO, SNUFF, AND PIPES. FINE GRADES TIIOS.DRANOII&CO., BRANCH,SONS&CQ;o -J.UIO- 0 D.lNJ: BII S, BANJ>.EBS AND MRRCR iS, VIRGINIA PLUG TOBACC mchmoo d, va. Auguto,oa. CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO. VAll HORN, MURRAY & CO., To Manufacturers, W. WATKINS, SEGARS, Etc., Broad .. stree.t, Boston, GS-120 FISHER & Commission Merchants1 23 CENTRAL WHARF, PUXCIS F:tsan. 8.. FllUlDl, JJUIIIOI8 K. Fuuru, Joe H. Fiamut. .... BOSTON. lfl, J. '1 SEGARS 214 State street, HARTFORD, CONN. FARNHAM & BARNES, 238 STJl.T:Ii:ST:, IIA.IITFORD, CJONN., QFFER FOR SALE 11!0 Cases Wrappers-Crop 1864. 30 do. Cood Quality Fillers-1863. ;. 63-i2 No. 13 North Sixthstreet, (Cornu of PHILADELPlliA. A; K. STOLTZ, WDO I.JISAU D:RA.U:R IN S. R oor.'Third and Buttonwooclots., PHILADELPHIA. Alao dealer In all kinds or Leal 'l'obaceo, Imported und Domestic Segars or all kinda, on bnn.d, and for ule at the lowest casb E. L WITTHA US, MilU7.1Cl"tJTLZRS O J' SEG-AR.&,. 1m""'o' Chokn,. ... ol oaaCf'tO Gf)OWSRS' HA v AN.A tiGARS, ., H .ll'ID DEJ.LU Dt Manufactured and Leaf Tobacco, and J:.eaf Tobacco, Commission Warehouse, 91 WASHINGTON-STREET, BOSTON, H B WILCOX Branch-608 BROADWAY, 08-DS NEW-YORK. 201 Nortb Front-street, PDILA.DELPHIA.. for II, Wil\:eDI & co.'s Baltimore Smoking Nos. 1 and 171 Front-st., TobacCO. 27-79 GEO. T. WATERMAN & CO., HARTFORD, Conn GBORGE BOLDlll. 14ICHA.EU WA11IMAII. WHO:.Il:SALJI DlUt.IJilBS IX ESSlltAli & ll.AAS BROTHERS, BOLDIN & w ARTMAN, T 0 8 A C C ao:NNl:cTroUT Tobacco & General Commission No. 111 cENTRAL wHARF, s e e d 1 e a f T 0 b a c c 0 MERcHANTs, ss-63; BosToN. .,., llll..-81 PHILADELPHIA, CIGARS, PIPES, ETC,, I No. 62 F.ront Street, Main-st between 20th and 28th, RICHMOND, VA. Interett allowod-on and collectionsmAdethl'jugh No.7 Main-1treet (west slde S doors above Front,) the Unit ed State! and especlall.ytbrough \ 'lrgtnl& a nd Nortb Carolina They are paying p:ut\culru: attention. t.o there-(z.-M CIMCINNATI. tlos. 37 & 39 S. Water-street, 81 PHILADELPHIA. d emptlon of Bank Note! on account ()f Banb. Order1 u:ccuulll f or T o bAcco Produce generally. 63-8S a. 8CBO'I;t'. K OT'J'B:li. D. GJ.DSON. D. 0. W.t.TJUSS CHICAGO. ..a.ncmr.n nvm. '1'\"U. )1, WARS, MITCHELL, TEVIS & 00,, WHOLt:S.U.E DKALBB8 lN ALL KINDS 01' Manufactured Tobaccos, Imported and Domestic Cigars, etc. eto., 2'1 North Thlw:ds&.; Phtladelpbla, SOLK i.A08."T9 FOR C. & L 111. :FRANK & CO., Queep. City Tobacco l. BAMBERGER & COr, LEAF TOBACCO ,"' AliD 0 :E. G .A R No. 3 North Water Street, 41-66 PHH.J>lON, PHILADELPHIA. er"" UNITJm STATES BONDED WA..Rl!:ROUSE. Con tlgnon ean t opvard.' their "llf Blil'm,'' witho u t pre-l)ay\Dg the Govrnment T&x. M SMITH BROTHERS, SEGAR MANUFACTURERS SEGARS AND TOBACCO, No. 121 North Third Street, 33-58 PHILADELPHIA. united States-Bonded "Warehouse. GIBSON & WATKINS, PEEBLES & CO., T Commission Merchants, F(ilt TBE SJ. L B .Ah'"tl POBCHASG ()F LEAF & MANUFACTURED TOBAOOO, Shockoo War ehouse, Richmond, Va. W. D GIBSON haa CJJtabll&ked 11in.ce 1835. [&i:-89 No. 1 Iron Front Building, PETE:fi,SBURG, VA. LBI.Ill.IIL P.tBJILES, 68---82 CUABLKS PEF..BLB ESTABLISHED IN 1837. ./> --:o:-CHARLES D. DE FORD & co., '-"'. 37 SOUTH GAY-ST., -.. BALTIMORE, COMMISSION MERCHANTS For the Sale of Manufactured and Leaf Tobacco, Cigars, etc. 62-11, BALTIMORt ADV"RTISEME.NTS. tG. S. WATTS & CO., COMMISSION MEROIL!NrS AND JOBBERS IN Manufactured Tobacco, ll.l.lfUJ'Acrou:na or SEGARS, DEALERS lM Ha v ana. and L eaf, Smoking Tobacco, Snu1fs, Pipes, etc., 21 S. Calvert-st., Baltl more. Q, 8 WJ.'IT!, WOLVIMOTON. li,HOLlaS. F. L.'BRAUNS & 11 Cheapside BALTII\IORE, MD., AND KREMELBE;RG & CO., NEWYORK, Tobacco Commission Merchants. Sever al brands o! Licorice PalliJte, direct lmporta.-tlon, constantly on hand and for sale, in b ond or duty paid, In lots to 1uit purchasers, 65-'JO J. Rinaldo S l ank & Co., T b C M h N. E. BERRY, o aoao ommission ere ants, TOBACCO BROKER JoHN B. cg., 1 TOBACCO&COMMISSIONHOUSE No. 31 N, Watet-1t, and No. 30 N Delaware -ave ., J.tm PHILADELPHIA, m. Conslgnm! can l o:rward thelr 1tock "In bond1 ; 1tithout <1bttt.e. tal tif.antUU:fi!SiOn prepaying the tax. J. R l ::fJoLOO S.UliC. WlL M .ABBEY, BR.OOKR. No, 71 Bollthstreet, Baltimore, O rders a.nd promptly, COURTNEY & SON' REPIIRIUiCRS.-New-;o rk: H, H. Lowry, Esq., Prte'UJank l of Republic; """' 0. Rote' Soo. JJ&IU..o", >!....., W. Lampl.Dg .tOo.; T.lleald & Oo.; r...w. Gunther, F.!q. Leaf, Manufactured, Smoking, Fine-Cut Chewing Tobacco, Segars, Etc., No._ 71 Ranoverstreet, near Pratt, BALTIMORE. 62-87 SCHOTT & OTTEN, WIIOLQJ.L. DE.llJUlS Jlf .ll.L KINDS OJ' Leaf Tobacco, NO. 17 MAIN-STREET, Betw-ee n Front and_ Columbia. 42-U OINCINNATI, O New-York Branch Leaf Tobacco W archonse. Turner, Van Horn &-Co Qfiincy. in. 198 MULLEN & DIETERICHS, WESTERN .TOBACCO AGENCY, :\'o .t7 S tor. Wabrud1-u., CHICAGO. F.. I Mm.Ln 1 Co!t!iignments 0 w ll tKTlliiCn"" fully S olicitl)d, L. NEWBURGH, VIRGINIA TOBACCO AGENCY. ,., .. ,.,. ...... LM,.ilLk>XDOOF ADAMS, GIBBS & CO., L e a f' T 0 b a 0 c 0 ron THE 0>' No. 21 WALNUT-STREET, Vugm1a Manufactured and Fme-Cut Cornoro!Frontstreet, TOBACCOS 0. Im porters and \ Vholcsale DealeN, ln na.vana'and Do-10Id at 'the lowest New-York Market ra.t.e1. mestlc CigarS, SnuJJs, etc: No. 109 South Water Street, WE OFFER FOR GLYCERINE, J m D J: lJSJID IN PLA.Oic OP LARDS AND OLIVE OILS J'O" S.NUFF; FINE-CU'r, CHEWING, AND PLUG TOBACCO, OHIO AGO, ILL .'1 l 68--03 ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS The arti c le lJ cheapeJI Ulan oil, does not evaporate and. f enneDt and benee n ot :.ll.O\tl\lll'obacco. .,., SUCOESSORS TO NAN&_ON, DAMERON A; CO., H.&.RTlttA.NN & LA..IST, Cinclnru.ft, o. ,.. j N wYOraweBt 0.{ Oahiert, DA.L'.I'JMOBE, 10 South Second a t bet. Market a.nd Walnut, ST. LOUIS, :no:Q MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, JOSEPH S. WOODRUFF, 62-S1 .lDJ.II 25 Vine-street; DE.il.n ll{ Connecticut Seed-leaf C L _A_"y"'"'PIP E S TOBACCO eauo..,.,..colm.n""".,,.,_,.,.. D. LEVERINC & CO., W.fl v,.,,. f 200 .TOBACCO AGENCY. HERM. PRAI,.LE &. CO., KJ.nruc'rUuu ol' DOIIIESTIC, NO. 12 CENTRAL WHARF; BOSTON. D S BROWN & CO., WliOXJ!iU.L:t DR.UERS :nf j LEA.F AND MANUFACTURED. JJ.J0 ni:PORUM 01' HAVANA AND YAR.A. TOBACCO, 31 and SS Droacltreet, Boton. 'lor low, 000 lilU&J CQ.ao., J.Dd m FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Leaf Tobacco & ...... 107 PURCHASE-STREET; BOSTON, I SAMUEL & BRO., K.Uitli'.&.O'l'UDI 01' Havana and Domestic Cigars, 18114AIDEII LANE, IIIEWYORX. HAVANA, DOM:ESTIO OIGARS, &TOBAOOO Also lleuschaum Pipee, Tubes, ek, 6 COURTBI!UAB.'E1 BOBTO!f, liiiG4 Our eranda: "American Zouave/'" La l"romenade." SUSMANN BROTHERS, HAV.UA &LDOMESTIO CIGARS, Chewing and Fine Smoking Tobaccos. Uoo Importers of Jleenohaum and .llriar of Every Description, AND SUGO:...' "JW A k rge aaaort.mea.t Ol !J'""ley Goo lhe purct rue, packlD1, and ne" leaf o n commbiLon. D. M, SEYMOUR ......,, R. A. CHAPMAN. Seedleaf Tcbaccoj EAST HARTFO"RD,CONN. I .AlfD lXPOftTXRS O F AND SEGARS, .COMMISSION MERCHANTS, F. H. Merchandise Brokers, u.s.BoNDEDWAREHousE. Plug Chewing Tobaccos, "'" w .............. ,._ No. 51 South Front S t reet, .Deutsche:tRauchtabak, s cHEAPSIDE-sTREET, J Leaf a.nd Manufactured ToMcco, etc., ,5:::2 _____ AND OTHE:ii; CHOICE BRANDS, s...w ao.nUon paid" WEBB, MAUZY & .CO., DOMESTIC SEGARB, HAVANA CIG.A.R.S. r7 bet. Xa.ln & Marke t Louisville Ky, er10na. I a:tfeollo n paid to t.be purebMe of and :J,el.t Top&:cc.tft. respeetruJI,y oljclte!l. ... !10 ..... 221 NORTH ".t:HIRDST., 90 & 92 South Charles-atreet. (l.l.NNBD GOODS, aa Wtll uMm:handbe generally. T b r I I M h ts No. 180 Nort)a Maln ... treet, BetwomP.a,.ad [62-S7] Philadelphia. M!TCHEll,, .TEVIS & co., ., BALTIIIIORil. 0 acco IIOmmiSSII)fl an ---JUNUVAC'I'ID!F.RS OF B F PARLETT & co NO. 41 WALNUT-STREET, J.P.""'""'' Hl!f:m;r v ......... & WILLETT, o JCDM llOOH&. S .. & J. MOORE, TOBACCO Commission 107 North Waterstreet! 02-114 PHILADELPHIA. ESTABLISHED 1SO'!J, FRISHMUTH BROTHER & CO., M#.nu!acturel'l :md Whole &ale Denlereln all kinds of SEGARS, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, 151 North Third-street, I'hila.delphia., FACTORY, 223 & 225 Quorry-streot, S E GARS' Wlto--D"'nt 'I Jlotord,Th>AC<>.,4iW&Ie<-llowYorlr. 1f CINCINNATI CHILES BASSEIT'11' & GO .or w ..wrum, """"""" '' 'l!aJ. .. Tobacco, '"" WUOLK .U,R DU.l.ERS >N, .Al.L lillr l-ear eoUclted and promptly tilled. L. q2!!THER, andJ.obaCCO, 1. A. DIETERICHS & BROS. r:;ir No w h at c Tor wnb any OTBER house of .J. SIGNOR & Co.' the >.ut G2-S1 WIU pvo hloo P'""naf a..,n.on 1o "'' llllla f olol'UJ' aeneral &eqqa.intanee with the _plantera and mrl.aufacturen, otrera hi:! aervl.:::es 1u a pu.rcbaaer ()f Tobacco, 'll!l_FEliS TO MESSRS. '1'. C. WILLU""&rs..t_ CO D1mtille Va. )JR. JAS. THOMA.S JR., !Ucbmi;b..._ Va.. M.R. 0. F. WAT SON, mcbmond, Va... lfR. Witt LANGHORNE, Lynch1mrg. lLR.. J.lll. 'VENABLE, J, P. PLEASAN rs t SONS, Daltlm()re. IUl.4.LD .t MILLER, .New-York. MR. ll.KNHY EDMONSTON, Augusts, Ga -,MR. J J JONES, Mobile. T F : PAl''l'ON, 1\evr-Orleans. 62-74GRANT & COMPANY, 0'1' CIGARS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, .I.ZI"D DJI.I. L I\P.!I 1lf Forei[n & American JJeaf Tobacco, LABELS, RIBBONS, ETC., 149 High-st., Providence, R.I. ...-ar oun. 3964 w, ..a.. u. ouuui111iou LYNCHBURG, VA. Jn. Jl.oanr JJCII)DDL. I. IJ..L J, lor. J MOORE, JONES & MILLER, C!3tntral ..t.GIUf'fS J'Oll Jl, JlOOU'S C.ELEl!RATED IULLICJ:Ili'ICJI: & GUHBUDI SIIOKIIIIG TOBACCOll DEA..Llm& IN GU..&.NOB AND _l'ERTILIZEltS. 'No. 147 Main S.t., Lynchbnrg, Va, Ail order. for Lei!, Srl!oldnJ, or TobaeM Jl'ompU;r t.t.U nded to. IS-lll READ & WHITE, Tobacco Manufactory, F ABMVILLE, Vir&inia, XJ.NUFAOTUREM OJ' "0. 0. rutAD," } "CLIYl'ON" It HUNTER,\' 32'1!1. "'V. WIRT," < t O ..U.VIN "NEOTAH," Navy Pound. "CORONJJr,n 16 '1 l'w!at. SEGARS, 94 Lombard-Street, (near Light,) r BA.LTDI:OKE. JOSEPH SCHROEDERt Jobber a.n. WbGJ:eWe De&1er bl Leaf, Manufactured 81 EXCHANGE PLACE, Third dogr of &utA St., Tob&eoo received on CODlDI.i.uion. lSI .. LOUIS GIESKE & CO., f1 "Uf I C !f No, 121 West Lombard Street, CommJSSion Merchant, M. E ER.scHA .... uM""". ;:-.;;R IAR PIPEs Tobacco_ Manufacturers .um \XII 'lJ f ville, K r ;_Goo. W. Wkks, Lonlsvllle, Ky.; Snodd y AlloW lrOBAOVO PACTOR, AND All SMOKERS' ARTICLES,, N.o. 33 North Third etreet, d;Nexo