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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The Tobacco Leaf Journal - Organ of the Tobacco Trade
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7 --CoKI[ti'XlCUJONB rrom our re&d.era, eontainlDg ltema of tobacco newe, or vlewa on toplCI of lbtereet to tbe trade, IUch u the crops &nd marketa., metboda of culture &nd curing pf"'(:ceeee of maouracturc, new tm plements and maebwery, ete, ete, will at all tlmee be welcome. lllPoB't DOTT r.ea.r, 815 cent.l per lb manutaetlrrod. c;:entll per lb Cigars valued at IllS or leg per K 'lG ceutA! per lb _. 10 per cont ad valorem ; OTer IUS &nd not OTCl' SM. 11 15 per lb. and 8l per eent. &4 'f&lorem; over 180 &Pd not ovet p per lb. ud 110 per CGt. ad valorem ; over 141. 18 per po1lllll and eo per cent. a d valorem. All ad!ttoul duty of 10 per cent. ad valorem la levied on Ill lmporta mder .ft.lcl tbat bave no rtclprocal trcatiea with the UniteclStltel. )IXODII T.u.-Leal; ,...; IIWlllliLctured, Ca.,..dlJh, Plag, Twist, 40 centa per lb, twlrted or prepared !or WJe by haDd, IJ cents per lb. AllldD4J J'lne Cut, 40 gmts per lb Bmotlog, 85 cent.t..per lb ; Bmo.lr:illg, made wholly of eteine, IG ccnte per lb... C1gan, 110 per. Cl.ga.rettee, a: per cent. ad T&lorem. Sna.tr. .,r .. r1\l. SU8l1111ESS 'DIRECTORY oi :rHl! TolliccoYwll. '-o:-, : NEW YORK.. TOBACCO W.ilUEBOUSJ8. 1 (.,.. 7"' Meuenger, ltet.z:.:r, M, 17S;f w,;,.,_ Morris, H M Pearl and (i2 Stone Norton, Slaughter .tOo, 40 Broad D avid .1: Oo 119 Malden Jane Overton, J L., 114fionl l't.mer R Scoville 170 Water Prmue &: Oo 8,19 Pear l Rawaon, Bruigland & Co, 41 Droad ':. Read, Cicmellt, 80 Front Reismrum & Ku.ppe1 11\t Pearl Reyn eJ & IJo 46 t:Ju;haug o pla ce, lf.obl.n.Jon & Garth, 11'2 Water R Oienbauro, A. 8 & Oo ,1&2 Water Salomon, d1 & & Malden lane Salomon, Slmon, 192 PearL Band era A: St.u*'" 28 Wllll am. Sawy er, Wallac e .tOo, 4T Broad Schroedey .t D ou, 268 Pearl BeUgberg, OOOen .tOo, 2J.li Pearl lb&rp & Madlp.n, 2 B r oll.ll way 8mllh, W H. A; Son, 'lT W U Jl&m Spencer .Brot.bera, 76 Mlllden La.ne SplDJaro, & Oo 1 G .UurUog Sllp li'eln1 A 1 lV1 Daane Balll'"an, Mu:rpbf, & Co, 103Pearl Taekmann &: Co eU, 0 Platt 'rblermann, IL1142 Water Unger A: WoUbeLm, lSS Pearl Vet4erlelnt B, 1-'2 Water Vetterlelll, Tt.. II & Sona,128 Water. Vlgeliu' Beymour,182 and lSi PearL WalLer, ObarlCJI 19 Sout.h William. O ru.ne &: Co 14.3 Broad W a&belm M A Co, 171 PearL Will cox, Powa I& Co 1 80 Pearl TODACOO BROII:EBS Adam. l Osborne, 13 Old.Up Agnew, 0, 101 Wate r Olr.lbch1 Chu. H 187 Pearl il&d.le &'Sw.ltb.,131 Mo.\den lane Ga.na, J S. & t)on, SG Wall Hemmellnann & UOgemann, 14G Pearl \ \ C. PFIRSHili'G, tPUBtJbu t No. 142 Fulton Street. f Vol. II.-No. 19. OHIOA.GO, ,' IU.NIJI'.J:CTUBKBS Ad&JIUJ; Glbba.t Co 109 BoaUI. W ater. Hull.ec. .t D!.et.erlch1, 4.T Bout.b Water. Rotb.achUd &: Adler, I South Water. Van.J;[om M urray & Co. 81 and 89 South Water, CINCINNA.TL 'I'OBAOCO W AREHOUiJ:S. Bodrn&nll1 Obarlee, 51-M Water Brubean, -cLaugbUn .&: ()Q 46 W_,)nuL v Oue;r 1 l!i oon.lb Co 2lS Vlne. l & Oo 26'&eooad. 1.00 .. 10 2, alld 10( W..t Pront l'bl.ste lHo,-" 14 Wes\ li'rovt SargenL, L. 'B,;Jc Co 81 Walnut. Webb Mauay W&l.D.lll. Wot1.hlngton, J>Qwe UC.POR.r.&RS1 lU..NUJ'A Besuden, Uer:ry a: Bro Brenta.no, E., hl aln tsgert, Wm, 82 W est Secon d. Ellis & Burlew, 12 .Main frank, C 'and L. M & Oo 45 Eaat Third 1: 49 Fuhrmann, \ T ll:laln Krohn, F elss k Co ,liS Weat l'ourtb. Maddu x Brot.her1 k Co 2T PearL H aUay lllchard, 1211 West S.COad N e wburgh A BeboU 2 1 Walnul. SchoU .t 0\&eo, 11 Main. Spence B rot.hen & Co 1 M Bul. T'l'rd. SuJ..llvan, J T 8ro, 89 Race. CLA..R.K.SVILLBt V .&. 1 Organ of the Tobacco Trade of the United States. The Tracie CHAS. C. MENCEL a CO,, leaf and Manufactured Tobacco ... 641 St. Loa.te. ltl Nonb 8eooDd litre&. Komphlo,IIO Adamoll'ew..()rloaDJ Bllb(ulnosttut. F. A. ))REYER, Commission Merchant 1 n ,... 'liUI UU: ttl LE--A f.'::.! Q Q ; 4 :: .f.Lto, .. Y t:Oll AI.L IUII"\8 OF B.IBBOWS, dar-street, New-\'orlt. P U B L I S : H E D NEW-YORK, )VEDNES ROBERT S. VIRGiliA AID BORTH JOSIAH 189 & 191 FRONT I I Paper in. the L y. JU1VY. 4, DA.Rlt, I E.t.I10&1il DIILI01l'f-NJ.n Lrrru Sunv.LD, X Boou:caa A.AA., 10.. IU.11.1LL..f.110&. 101 w c.unoLJ.,: .roe. nov. 1 Jl !lrvr.f. JOSEPH HOY & CO., llerchants, { By Mall, $3. TllliJU, Ill ADVAliCll, By O&rrior, .2.60. Sinale Copiu, 8 oent.. Great BrlLat.n pound 1! .!uung 1d penny Fnlnce-Ante-.., RoiUrdam, lfl. nortn or gnilder. let. cent ...... &.men-1rth r1x thaler. Irrt,. grate, Ua.m.burg, Lubec, etclm. mare banco lllcb echelllng 0.811. 0 0.0!1,1 Whole No. 1. Fom:IGJJ Wm:eBTa -& k11ogr&mm.e equall S.IO&SG lbe. : a Bremen p!o.nd equals 1 fQQO Jbe i \ ll&mbarg pt'tlnd eqnala 1 00798lbs. &volrdapo1s TOBACCO MACHINERY, K.utit.a.orvaan :ay G-:EIOD.G:EI dJ CJO,, ( LATE OJ III'l"!'INGER, COOK .t 00) Cambridgeport, Massachusetts. BITTINGER'S PA.TJl11!1' H"t;DR.&.lJLIC PRESSES (cam adjuatmeDt>.., Tobaeco Sbape .. Bo:s:: BanD, Seam.et, Polbh.1n,;-MUle, and au TODA.C(JO ltiA.CHINEBY ad Tool oUbe mott imprOTed aad -.proft'd.ltyles. l!efor, byperudlllon, to W W. HDSE, 187 Water street, Now-York, THE AMHII{CAN INDUSTRIAL AGHNCY, >, 40 and 42 BROADWAY, H01e1 R JL & Bro\her IU.NVILLB, VA, 1 CITY OF NEW-YORK W AB.EJ!OUSES: .l"os. 37, '39, 74, TOBACCO IJr:s:ioi r-o. 126 Pearl-street, NEW"-YORK. OABROIJ-.,--HOY '& CO., Ne-w-York, READ, GrvEs sPEciAL ATTENTioN T9 T,IIE sAL.: oF .. Manufactured and -Leaf T b DA.YTOI'f,. O. l:log l e o .t Gra11Hn, 1-'et.k s Tooaoeo-Cullh'l r.sJ.oe 1 .. .BTBOIT, IIIICH. ...._, Neyln .t Mllla, i2 and H J ell'enoo EAST HARTFORa, OCnl1r Ohapmao, .K. .& 8lgnor, J & Co Oert.ll!.oatn g iven for every cue, a.od cue Storage and Labor the Lowest R N. >JJ.-I alto 1ample ln. .M'erohanta' ()W1I. nortt with Tollleco. i.oanmh:llittu No. 36 VIRGINIA AND WESTERN LEAF 0 .JIA.HMVILJ.B, V .1.. TOBJ.COO X.A.lfUJ'..&.CTO'BJCBS. Read .t White HARTFORD, CONN. ..i.ND DKALEBS F. C, LINDE, SEED-LEAF TOBACCO & "W" AREElOUSEMAN FJ'IOE. 76 G11EE CR-BTBEET. 36-ST IIEW-GRLEAIJS. .... G. H, ,JIANUFACJURED TDBAOOO, ll LICORICE, CUM, etc.,. Bo. to .Fronwtroet, N, Y. ..... o CARROLL & co., tilommi.Gsi.cn 'l}nchant, THE mGmiA TOBAooo wAREHousr.. .. ,. Tobacco Commission Merdlftnts, .. ... IUWKtf!ls "co., N0._104 l'RONT-STREET, NEW-YORK, ,...,A ....... ,., .. ,.,.... 16,-oo CoDlllliuioli J Merchants, U-'-fET, 'I ""Uri, '"i s:m, Oo,.,..,""" en\, L llnllle, "'"'; ,., ....... m o ColUleoticut Seeci-leafWrapperofour Olfll FUD DK087. .. .n.. wH. E .t..u .v ... ... 1 111 /, J, ,, ., ; 51-108 46 Exchange-place, ao" NDY PF, s ,ale .of .&7..85 It II II [; I j "' :\: I a lfJ : I ... Veoabi.,l n.eo. ,. ., ,s,c&mo... 49-101 '!4!1\!. MARCH,cPRICE a co., uJ M '1 1 .. TOB.lOOO W.I.UBOUS... BACON, CLARDY II. co., "" TOBACCO M t d d l f T b -Ann .......... B.,fi18onu.r,... HAVANA AND DOKESTIO ,. u aoonut 'a.cTI,ure'G a_n N eala 0 accn, Le.af. r.o .Boldln.tWartman_106NorthWaWr No.181 Pearl..arcet, NowYork, LE VJ t1 lUI .. LltM.C Bn..,o,>,!I<, I wish to state thos to s how that w;h.11\ l.said when lwJls up ho.fgre (q qay was correct. No person in th is House probably that a less number of wer; smoked d jJr1ng the past y...t tha n the year t J-C-...._--TQat a far Jess numbe r were smoked any tax no one w1ll deny. rum.-} to d u.. number smoked h.s decreased oong pas t yeu, when tu was stmply t e n doU.arS: a. MR WASHBURN, of M'assachuseHs -Will my colleagu e [Mr. Hooper ) nllow m'e to ask h1m a. quest ion of Cer-hunly '} MR. WASHBURN, of Massachusetts I de s ire to ask my colleague this question as ho ha s proposed an duty, why not dispense w1th any .,.other duty but a sim ple rate of ad-.alorm duty, so .!bat wo can understand tt 1 Put all upon the smg l e ba.s t s p f ali-1!plorem duty, and hav e no oth e r duty Then 1f cisars cost ten dol lars a thousand, they -..! pay thU"ty pet cent. uPon their volue r 1f"" they? 'em wortli d ollnr more than those h e ws a tax of four dollars upon, he will get five .... dOllar s less for chiS-Own use than for the cheaper Cigars, for by so doing h e brings them under. the operation of a higher ...rate of duty. And th1s ad-oalorem duly !Dbvi&tea Appleby .t Helme, 13.3 Water: Deck, I!' W & C()., .U Vege1 :Brock, M 3tlO Houat.on. Bucba.Dan & L yall Ir;(l Water o..ey, P D &: Co 88 Malden Lane. D e Braekelce r .l; Foot.e, 94 Beekm.an. Dlt.t.mar 19T Pearl Dumoat H. D TG fult.on. 6.1 "'-:lmplri' bllyi!'Oba.eeo Workl, 'ilfBowery Gielelm&D. J .H 100 St&n.t.on. Gllleeder., A., II: Co 1llf,l16 and 11'r LlberlJ Goetz e J!' A.., II: Bro 188 and 1 85 Daane. Good 'Ifill, W H & Oo, 20T and Water Hal4 Jo.eph, 16 Barel&y. ,U.ar1(10D. Jtlhn A ,J.!Ia P.&arL Hlnch, D, & Co, lU Watv. Bhtchhorn, Wm. & Oo, 9 Old &JI,P Jloyt, Tllonlal ll. 0o, 4Ml'url ,..._ .._ .. i. )r.coby, Bigmr.md, 19! Pearl. Lanaenb!l.Ch, 0., 148 'Water Kellner, L.,91 WUUo.m. .Kerbl, Ad.,85Do"P;f'!rT uu.nthal, o R, 211, and m Waahlng'\oD L\venue D Hlcil.lo A. H. & wacer"' ... -...... Moaea & Pearl. Balehel>< .......... Nonh Thlnt 111H H v FOil THJ! SALE o:r ) ..... ...... ........ ... "'"' ao,MBD.,.c'"'""' LeafT"obacc'o, Doug.,.,John,lBNo lhB!o\11. 1\: c c 0 M f; d T b BROADWaY, NEWYORK, Fmbmnth,Both" & Co ,101 Nonh Tlilid T o B "' .. Lffie.at "'" ildv ane .. o\..rooo oond..,menlo. Leaf and aliu acture 0 acco lla&;en, Boyd. Oo. 61 NortJL Tblnl -... 52-tOi 1!1'. o.' l51 Water-it., i(ew-Y.ort. c 8. 81I.ilP [6G-90) Ir.'T .IIU.DIOUI, lllte of Richmond, Va.. Hare, Thom&l, 494--608 Non.h. Second J 1 1 J 1 1 Mitohell, &eo' or Nmh hlnl. '' N' RCH.ANTS JULIAN. ALLEN I 1'72 WATER-STREET, 80-lW c 1 +n F t & Qo .... nwood.l.. CO.MM.ISSIO "'M:E Cornm' ls'st'on e"Cllant, ... B """""'"' NEWYORK. J B .COLT.: ar al!v.n, ou e ., T ay lor&Hemphlli, 222 M a rket 128 WATERSTREET, iVl' J. J'ollll H. O .um M w ,. l''.':m Pop!aT lhlll2'1VNT."""""" o7, 166 Pearlstreet, NewYork, C OMMISS I QN MERCHA TS ""'......, E.L.. oo1 "'"" ,...,.... .. lrLl'ORr E .. ,, "'VETTERLEIN & co., LEAFt"",T .QBAC ceo, ... J. h "t '" -u u. ... ,, ( I ''""'rw. ... Dolhe" N0>1h Tl!"' rt liM "" I' ... :, 111 ARCH-STltnT, '1.'72 W:MlrERSTREiiT; "I ro TBI Sll!E o .,) '; I AtjqUif.llJilA1lr.'. llB'I' t l uliant: :oBAOOO, Mognw, 10. Oov B!St. mw. PHILADELPHIA. MO"TGOMERY. 48-100 NEW-YORK 1 d ,..; : '' BONDED "W.AREE:OUSE. ( K Leaf an Manufactured Tobacco". Beg&HIHond&nddutypo.lt. 10-lfi WEs:rERN PRODUCE, .aOolC),_IIIOI'ID,VA.,'" .' FJSt{EJ\ & HANCOC S lTSmrr&D=' '' JoRNMunnT 1 '' 1 """"'L ,.......ur,. 371 Water treet, ....... .\Cinctnnatl,'o. q .. 1t. \lu u 1 NEWYlhur. OlubtlaD Lea tOo tiS M oln S T E I N C >Jl M ,., h t ..._ ,; 1 I J. U 11 r lWB 'I' ew York i I)lbNII,,ti, li on1ffilSSlOn e. c an s, ""'"'""' v u "'"' I srrrLIV ""'". .... HY :L' co' SPEED,SUMME&S 00 Cnoodel"' Now O"ean I t I., f 14.26 !iiW-of'"' FAo:f.oR''s j paid the duty 1 Simply from the fact that such has been your tanff that a great amount of ciga.rs used m this country has come in under a duty of ten dolla.r s a. thousand, making the tariff correspond t o the excise tax Accordingly, about hnlf the c igars used during the past year have been manu factored abroad and 1mported. into thiS country. that ObJOC\101;1. 11011 6 l'alk, 'i .Bnrllag-l!lhp, Neudecker & llroa., 9i W Ucr Purdy F lL & Co, 1() and 12 Fultoo .ao., .&.lex. k Co 'al6 and 20S .l>'ul\oh. Samuel, L,.1Sl Malden lane u.,.y,.WilJlaau '"" '' Comml.SSl.Oll' 181 PEARLB:rll!'lE T ,. r"" ,' 'L.n ... :u..,It Wate r Heu. B.. 14 Cedar Latorre, R. S., 1ST Pearl ]Adennan BrOil ,na Water 1 A :r-Brother-, 269 PttU"J. .,, LlehtenSteln Brolhera, S4 and M.k.: 1Jowery McOaffil, John & Cd, 191 Gree n w i ch Maddux 8rotbet"', 11111'ront. Maforga, J ) I I4 Oedar Hert.ena, P W Tl EHse::r. Oatman & Rdll. lOG Watet' B<>aenwalol, E. k 1(5 Water Salomon & Elkinl.l'W W a\er &btlder & 8\elner, HOI Doery sAnbera: .t Oo 19 J>ey. Seltl, Cha.rle., 382 Pearl St.r&ld 1lrothera .t Co, 'i4 Wllllnm Blcbel1 .I. M 1 06 Front.. Taa:, Ona s l', 1S:l Front. 01' .FIFI.B, 1:1 0. .. Bolkeo & Slefkl!ll, CIT Malden:Jane ... Demuth, William .t and 80 J.Jberty Hamblll'(er;l .t; Oo, ro M.aide.a laDe. KaulmannBroa &'Bondy, 6 1 Maiden lane. Lobe a 4lS Lib erty. IKFORT&n'OY Low, i oaeph, 'li and 78 Front S<:bwerin, A. .t CO &1 'Droad LICORICB DZ.llZRS 1 l'rancll. A. P, 11)1 WaLer Qomt, Wa!Ua A: Cp, 29 & 81 South Wllliam. Grund, ]f .t Oerero, 118 Pearl Leaman, W k A 1 61 Pine )leaencer, tL .& Co ,161Ma.lden l&ne M orrla. M.., 991'-=arL .. LICORICE POWDER DE"-LKRS Gl8'ord,Jllierman &J.nnls.120 WUI!am )leuenger1 H & Qo, 161 M.aldelllaoe. Weanr &: StKrry, 16 PiaU. BUD LBD' fOJU.OOO lNSH.CTlON Unde, y C 76 Greenwlch-stred. PRESS. O.tbrle &: Col, 220 l'root..l 'l'bome .t Plt.lparJ ) r til II ... .,.;;, ,, MerblU:i.Jl.ts' .. HI I ... catJI.n, D. 163 North Seco n d, 1 ---:au eOII.JLaJluy.oo eob.lgn.ment a large 11naDI:fLJ o .... 'J Yf>l OU ting Tobll.COOI. Ohllea, naaeMt & Co' 88 Nort.h Second. I -=-.A :liD DL\.Litlll JY .ALL JU:SD8 Of I l Dameron BroUlen.t eo ,166 N"ortb Second, an,tO,.,oSeedlearTo ... 1 1 ._ ... i No. 3t.9 PeaJl-reet, Jeterlebi,.L.A .t.Joo,B3Norlh.Third. baeco,:wblchwlllbeiiOidinquantltlet.oaul\Purehaaen 'oOMESTfC & FORE11GN 64 1 1 '' _!'I{I).I,JIAJIJ t 1-JJ_,_ v P B f..&.R'I'. Dorml.tzer, 0 1 n.. & Co 120NorthSecond "1 ''Oi&&r'ina.nuf'a.CtUl'ers favored. LJberal advnncea malie on cot;Jelgnmcnb! ot tef 1 J (rEO. S .BAR.T J & L CO. ; ... "; lf, & E. SALOMON, ..I.ND DIPOATlltS or I HI l ,, '-avan.i'}t,Segars, ratll. .t Mureu, M Ndrt.h Secouit. 1 .18-IS i anti Mtu mfl.c\tlred Tobacco J 0 7-1 0 8 J "D'tt'ER HI t 1 h t ,';.. .. .. lll1!l, JobniOD J T I Oliv e. !f.HA :YER & QQ H 1 "' DE"I'QRD1 I ARKENJ3Ul\Gll' & BRYAN, Tobacco and Commission ol(s'e. ', ... ;, wEn Il!I'DIA PRODUCE, LEAF till Now, wht IS !he remedy for this ev1l ? It tho tax. -This forty per cenf tax obviates is under the ta rtff. And here1 S n pom t upo n that dtfl! culty wh1ch we shall not be divided by anY'scc!ton [Hero tjle hamm er fell.] 1 1", """ .. I Cotn....,I"ss l W n t. 1 Olt j _. I I Jiue OD h a nd, alld...a rf! JTOW' .1 Sehroede-;":"iia No;b'Main "'' ... (/ ..... JV t l.' j ) ,J' ,, t en,onconalgnment',li:rgequ&DLllileaot J I No 86 Jll.aiden-lane.KewYOrk. Tl"""'" J c ..... >!. '.I "l J!"'t'l' DliWtS "'; ,...... I 36 and 37-'B'i:'Oad St., 0 w o.ur; & p:s Ac;mms. C0101' t AJJD STATBBBEJlLEAP;. ..... ....,.o .r 10) 210 ............... M:l.fl.u.J t I j) .. JJI t i!. .. J .;, r;....,.,,.-,,_.,,._.,t-:ci' H 'i-----...,,---!!!' !!! !!! .1!0!!B;.;' !..!&"!"!' ,i1l 1 1 'i''WA..;ER"!!tREET, l 173 & ,175, Water 'l THOS DOWSE & CO A S. ROS"'::"U"DAU ... & CO. ., ,:r '' o o 1 _j 1 > 1 Jf....,_Yo< I I ,[ l>Jll<'tv." "M'IE> 0/ ,&:tM,IJ ,Ill. l' 6 .c. U 8. Bonded w .... h o-82d D .. ', II"OIEol:ro"ll ""'"""'" .... -..r< on\-.. ;rr'; I .r COIIIIIIISSION IIIBRCHA.NTS ._ ... .. ,o Com.missimrMerchan .. DOR A N C ARROLL & co., JOSEPH> HICKS ... .., ..... "' 1 J 1 I c1 1 "(l)[]Bl ll( fCGD J d b u M f: t d T ba co .t..Mh O:U.Lzik ri(;.t.LT DNiie o.r -o. WAftS, nn. j &Co A \ /;3, \ l I c l I 1 j "''I' c J. h t, tt\Ut\r tiY\tltll!! \rtt .,. \W,. anu ac lll'A 0 0 J, LE A""F"' .To B Anc o 6Ro"" ,nm&'J;";/:;:co' ;1 "" .. """"M h -ts onimJSS10ll !uero an .... .... ., .. ........ '"i t ... NEW-YORK.' ..t1V H c' ... ... f:w>niJ.le.W..l. CommlSSlOll ere an I I. : ...... l'l llSODK..&.Uaam I I /"' j JJ ---.W:A'FTS,.CRAN;E "104 Front-s. t:, .:. MANUF:ACTUREIJ. TOBACCJI. DOtiSTiu.IJAJ ANDIANUJACTUREDTOII.AMS1 rrcDo..,vmn- co!, orw""" no., .. ,. i J t r 18" W te -y k GA&'IW.-11ll War-at I'Tanaa & Oo B osto n BuOU'08, ..., ttHttt"'"' "'1" .,tt.,. an d YORK & or. J ODJ..a.D Dd'oan&eo, ... _l'lf 103 .,.., .... li'lo' ., ..,,.,. ll' oonAN ,. : AbE."<. FOR!IAN l!l'o. 8" Water-Stre e .I r .....,,.. '' ..,_., w. H. SMITii &;" sox, TOBA.COO"J Comm]ssion MerchantS; ..... ... 1.. roit Tu"tA.LlJ oJ' OAR ROLL J T UITT ,. _. n: BA 'R'li!R SOV & CO Tob:iceo;1,Cotton, and'Western Prolluce. 101 p .L' I'' 'MESSENGER & CO "No. 43 Br ad St.' f lrglal o .. d tarl>lfn lg<'r ,Tobacco and Cotton Factors, H. '' u &1m I c ) II o. c r .A.ND l,l[f"'RTD8 ,J..."fD 11( ) ....... our onno y ex," o., AYRES, SON & co., Commission Merchants, FOREI8N.tDOMESTICTOBACC.O, ..; 1 ""' i IN t (Late"' R.leb'U:wod, Va.), ..&.ND wM,'-At3-:Nl1:W' & soNs, .!1, CGo?Jt?!UWeon/ __ .. e/fe.td -No. 132 U. 8. LEll' AND JliANUFACJrURED "' ru ... o.. 1s111 1GaMAIDEliLANE, Y. "" + 213'4anil2e6Front'!5treei, TOBACCO, No. 31 Broad-street, NewY....._ 1....,.,_ O!Dclonatl. ..., .. _ucn.' LLJUVtnlcatludraoc11JIIodomoo"""'"''"" ,2T..QI TH ciga.r makers emp l oyed by Rosen field, Gersh el & Brother, 88 D ey street havo stopped' work, tho employers hving refused to pay them the demanded of $9 per thouaand al interest. When the question comes up m MB OONKLIMG obt.a.med .... .Jhp .Jloor.. nnd r egar d to tb e tariff', tf there IS & manufacture satd I will yield to thb-'gen tl e man from c onfined to New En g land, Pennsylvania, or Massachusetts (Jr!r. Hooper ] for l gesire to any other p!Lrbculat' sec tton, the q ue s tion i s hear what he ha.s to say; on this subJect forced upon u s as a. sectiona l one, and it ts llr .. of .Massa.chusetts.-1 d o not objected 1hnt w o are buil\h tht> clwtge of Pennsylvama, and New-York, is Interested. I valua.twn U ntil the value of the c igars doub t not w e Will umte togeth e r on this ba.d very, much mcreased, w1thout reachmg qucshon and that the tarrff Wlll be fixe d as the n ext high e r rate of duty manufa c It should be, and we s b a ll all agree at }ClfSt much Jess COO on one point, namely that If the commumty Q!eir beif!g spg, ... ect to a htgber will u sc tobacco, 1f they Will smoke and rate of duty. If members have l1stened to c hew, let them use our own productlons, let _miS 1 ih.;nk"" they nii per.CeJ.ve j:hc weight them usc thos e we ratse d on out' own sot I, of those ob J ections, an d that thiS syste m whether in the West or m the East now propo se d will entire l y obviate the d1f One word furthe r If the tax is to be flciiJ.ty. .... ,.,. ..-4.,..,. t altered, instead of bemg forty c ent. ad Mu. CoNKLING -I would ask that the valorem, as my colleague [Mr. Hooper ] pro amen dment of th e gentl eman from poses by h1s amendment, if you are gomg to chusctts [Mr. 'Hooper) be again-reed. get a r evenue it ought not be more than Tho CH.A.IRJUN. -The gentleman from twenty per cent Just look at the tax on M assach u setts [r Hooper], as the Chair smokmg tobacco. The amendment wh1c h understands, me r ely read hlS amendment for has been adopted IS ten cents a. poUnd mformation, and not for "'the action of the Now, the man who raises tobacc o can se ll it House ..... ..i for s m oking tobacco, the same quality which MK CoNKLING -1 m ean tlie one that he he b as to pay four dollars a pound for 1f 1t offered, and" which the gentleman from Ohio i s manufactured into ctga.rs, and pa: y his ten (Mr. Schenck] accepted. t. t".i cents a pound Now, I wish to call the atThe amendment w.as agam read te ntio n of every member t o this fact, that r M R MoBRILL.-I would like to mqmre of those who use this arhcle when they ean the gentleman from Mas'&achUseits [Mr. ,/ .. t get 11 by paymg ten or twenty cents a pound H oope r) whether the tax 1s to J)o collecld and use it in this manner, are not going to on tho market value mcluilin g the.t tax, or v .... pay from two to four dollars a pound manu.' excluding the tax. factored into cigars. Ms. HooPER, of Massn chusetts -If the [He re tho hammer fell] gen llelllAil from V crmont [Mr. Yornll) Will MR. STEVENS -1 withdraw the amend tell me bow 1t is in regard to every other m ent. article in the tax 'bill I w1ll "'answer his MR Hoorxn, of lrfaSS&cbusetts.-I ciuestion I thmk in referencei every the am endment of the gentleman from Penn othc t arti,9lq in, tax b1ll., it 1i s not so sylvania, merely for the purpose of s&ymg stated whether the t&x is mclucfed m or that I bstened w1th great mterest to there excluded the value. It lB s O "'l n regard marks made by my colleague [Mr. Wash to the tax on lllllnUfactures of every de l .. -burn] because he has vmdicated the 1mpor4 scription. .. '"T tance of an amendment which I intended to liB :MoRRILL. -I beg the gentleman's propo se befQre the section was passed I pardon; the bx o n manufac 1 ures _is ,o n tho wdl read It now fot mformation: amount of salea; '" That the tax assessed an4 Mr. IS !t pn and pa1d on c1gars. cheroots, and Cigarettes of other preciOUS stones? domestic ma.nufacture undet' this act shall lla. MoRRILL.-On the sale s ._ also be assessed and pa.td on h Us. Th 1 cignrs in add1t10n to any dut1es imposed on Mr HoOPER, of Ml{loS&C en tho same under tbe tarifl:" suppose the ma.rkCt value of Cig&l'S would Tbat I think will obviate tlie objiftion be fixed by .the actual s ales, .as is a ratSed by my colleague. I wisli 00 l'Ofot to section in tho wh1ch prondes that the another remark by my colleague ln taxes shall be pa1d OD the sales. to the effect of the different rates of -I percetve after all tbe res Ctg':"sl of Ohio 'nd othe r getting into the lowe!t [rate of du. i tha.t int erests that he "Was s ufl'ermg so, much manufacturers were getting up cil!ll:s upon grief', but 1t was because -part s of which the duty 1loiSOI1Ied Wall only ththe country were ll.appy; 11 IS whtc h dollars. made htm so mtSer&ble. It was for the

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)arpooe o gett ng a W 0 Woodson Ballard county Connect ut caf tobacco How best at $20 50 a nount $202 9o t.hlok t s use ess for us to con chaser Lott er tinue tb.if argument any fu ther I h&ve 'V 0 Woodson Bal a d county little oubt the amendment will carry I b at $53 $270 purchaser mo'' at the comm t eo r s f o r the pur Auer PM of termmoe;ng debate upon th s para W C Wo o dson B I d coun ty I"'Ph ad!! tho pend us amendm nts. at $27 50 amount $279 12 T mot9agreed to joi:!Jas er_s, Feud ck & Bro her Evansv e lilt, tho rose and a er Wood a d Balard cou ty at $ 10 0 S cha r Mr Dawes re--amount $550 pu chase M o r s & Cha nt pOrl'id that 1M Comm ttee or the Whole on R R W akcfie d Balla d e o un y at $21 25 the wte of the TJL> on had had under con am ount $214 62 pu se Lo en the lf n or.genera ly &nd p.R R W a.kefie d Ba a. d coun y a $86 tJBul 1 tho spec al order be ng b 1 of the $490 20 pu 1 ase s, El s & Ballo Bojlso No 518 to amend an n e t ent ted R R W akefie d Ba ad county nt An act to p ov de ntemal revenu e to +-II"""" amoun $?00 25 pu chaser B su support the Government, to pa.y terest on the publi c debt and for other pur poses, approvtd June 30 b 1864 nnd a c s thereof. and had come to no reaolut on tbereo CLOSE Of DEBATE: HIL ]\[oRR LL -I motl. that all debntc n Comm ttco of tho Whole on tho state of the Un on on the pend ng porag aph of t c apectal order erm nate n one half m nu c after tho comm ttee shall rcs.gme the con SJderat on of tho oubJO t The mot on waa agreed o TAX DILL-J.OJ.I!f M'L Moa:atLL moved tl a.t tl e ru es be auapended, and that the H ouse resolve t oelf nto tho Comm ttco of the Whole on the at&te of the Un on on the spec al o der The mot on waa agreed to So the ruri we e suspended and the Bouse n.eoording y resolved self nto the Comm ttee of the Who e on the state of th e Un on (Mr Dawes n the cha ) and re s umed tbe con s derat o n of the spec al order be ng a b 1 of t1 e House (No 518) o amend an act ent led An act to prov de ntcrnal rev enue to support tho Government and to pay tote est on the pub c debt and for other purpooes, approved June 30th 1S64 and nets &mendatory tl e eof. The pend nw tfuestion WO.i upon the mo ton of )I Schenck to str ke out he para trapha rela og to c ga s cheroots e c. a.nd IDsert tho follow ng n lieu thereof On c gurettes or sma 1 c ga.rs made of tobacco nc osed n a w apper o r b nd e of not over th c c and a ha. f nches n len g and on c: ga a made w th tw sted heads nod on cher o o s and on ciga s known as sho 1 xeSy be market valuo of "h eh s not ove etgbt dollars per ousand a tax of wo d o l Iars per thousand On ll o her c guet es aud c gars the market value of wh ch s over e gbt dolla s and not over twelve dol ara per tPousand a tax of fou dol ars per thousand On uU o her c ga-rettes and c ga.nl a. tax or four dol a s pe thousand and n add on forty per cent. ad valorem on t.he value beyond twe ve doHn.rs p e r thousand to be a s BCISed, on tbe excees boyond twelve do a.rs per thouoalj MR -I m ove to am nd tho amendm t by sir k ng out the who e of t aud nsert ng n 1 eu thereof the fo ng .J.nrl b" 1t 1naet6d That n 1 eu of a 1 o be taxes or mpoa s upon tobacco he sa.mo shall be taxed n ho ht.nds of the gro ve s at the ato of twenty cents per p o und The &mendmcnt of 1\[r \Vr 01 t to tbe am end ment of llr Scho ck was not agreed to Wakefield Ba a d county nt e19 $21S 50 pu chase s Fend ck & "nkeficld B a d cou y at $48 amount $34::> 60 pu chaser F Doc R. R W akefie d Ba ard conn y nt' 2 oO amount $1 '7175 pu ch3se Lot en R R W akefie ld, Bal nrd co nty a t $37 amoun $32o 60 pu chas e F Doo r R R W kefie d Ballard county n t $4S 50 nmount $44G 20 pu c asers E s & Burl e w R R Wa efield Balalla d coun t y at $19 amount $20o 35 pu chas r Besuden R. R Wakefie d Ba a d coun y at $25 amoun $2 1 7 50 purcbnse M o o n & Morcb R -,y ams lf C cken cou ot $17 25 a o nt $ 2 97 pu c Graham R W llams M C ckcn count) five at $24 nmount $200 40 pu chnser Be uden R V V 11 ams McCracken county five b xs. at $34 60 uount $326 o pu chase s DociT & B o R WI ams McCracken coun y five bxs at $91 nmount $673 40 pu chase Auer R W I ams, McCrnckcn county at $67 amoun4 $621 30 pu cbnse Nnsb R W ams YcC ncken county at $1S 50 amount :f,220 10 pur chase B n God H R Hook Bala d county nt $82 amo u nt $ 674 pu chase W ee er & Co m ngs Y C Wood son B a d c o u amount, $o6 50 Whee e & Cumu ngs W G Sampson Owen cou y fi c bes nt $35 amount $350 pu chase Ropker W G S m pson 0 en county at $49 amoun t, $305 Oo pu cbaser Cat n W G Sampson Owen conn y at $48 50 amou t $378 45 pu c asc Su i van F S Goldsbu g ljfason coun y t $42 a $88S 50 pure ase s, Su i an & Bro F 8 Goldsbu 0 Mason coun y at $27 50 amoun $288 7o pu 1 nse s SuI van & Bro F S Goldsb 0 M&son coun ty at $47 amoun $428 pu cl ase Su van J B Grubb Logan county at $15 amoun $9:10 7o pu cl ase Su l van E & G M ason county ut $30 75 amount $325 87 pu cha s e C a k E & G Y son coun y at $22 $214 50 pu chase D T h omas E & G Mason c ounty n t 65 pu l s cr D T omas on cou t) at $ 0 nmount $494 pu c ase S u central zat on of busmess at that po nt adds great advantages both for sellers aud buy ers, after the fa r Many close1>bservcrs of the g ns of the t mcs are of the op n on that C ne nnat s dest ned at no d stant dny to -lake the very foremost rank among our to bacco markcl W c expect the roau If! of the commg far w ll make U:J. s still moro ev dent. We trust the best growers n the coon ry w 11 be fu y r e p esented and thus put themselves m the ayto rece e due cred t and honor for h e sk ll Men who can ra se tobacco and cure a nd send t too nrket after a sort, are plenty enough but g owen who can go throuoh all t e processes from sow og to packing and ib lW ng nd turn out a perfect spec men of the weed re exceedingly r&re. The trade s n eres ed n know ng these men for t wants the stock aod we shaH do all we can to make he nan es pub c. We shaJ g ve a full J st of the best contr butors to thlS f&Ir where W o urge ll expert growers, accord ng y to cont but, o tb s {8.1 and ndeed, ,u tobac c o fa s. Farmers eral1y underrate mmense y tbc dvanta.ges of ga n ng a. personal reputa t on for produemg a first a e ar c e and pa.ck ng t for market n a. trustworthy man nc Before ToB.A..cco LEAr was stArted t was no very easy thing for them to make the r k ll known beyond the mmed ate ne ghborhood but now they have an organ 'i\ h cb takes up the r names and procla ms them throughout be enti e trade-n Ger ma.ny n Gret1t Br ta n n the !led ter a.nco.n ports n Austral a 11 Cuba and Central Amenca, and n every State and Terr ory fi om M& ne to Cal forn a. and from Flor da to Gmaba C ty o Nebraska. We make known o the whole tobacco world, who are eDger for the best tobocco but sated w th poor stuff the names of the farmers who grow the ve y best art clc and who se crops may thus be eve ywhere sought for If thLS were be only OQJect to be gn ned n compe ng at a g eat far t should be suffiCJent, t seems to us to draw o t aU the best planters but when they have the a.dd t ono.l nducem ent of a splend d serv co of Jllate they certUnly can have no good excuse for hang og back W e t :.I i t to hear a good repo t of the n on INFAMOUS WORK OF INFORMERS I AND DETECTIVES Attempt at Blackmail l'ltoi!JOOUTION 0!1 FALSE PRETENCES Sneak Th eves ud Sptes Prtleded bv the Government and Honest Traders 8TATE!IIBNT 01' D WILiliO.BNS" CO 01' .OA.LTIJII:O.RI! TttE TOB,AOCO LE1A F. I used by the three jurors m the jury room We now aga n went to Washmgton...,.th11 time to the Secretary of the Treuury aek ng b m to have the matter 1nvest gated bt any on m gbt iJVIeased to send, as we bad been closed u for four months, and onr e:rpens ere becom nd ehormous At ]ast a genU-an was sent to hear tbe op n on of the !nd other persons about the ease 1be JUdge sn d be thought the ve d et of thJury ought to have been for U!! and other pel'sons told b m the 11ome He then went back to Wash ngton and return ed w t an o der to release us f we would pay the costs of t tal and b nd ourselves to drop all cia ms aga nst the Government and ts officersfor srud he the latter must -be protected otherw se the tna muj be renewed Now t s very h!U'd to get Jary n wb ch not one man won d be enough to go for the ae t]j.e gene al mp ess on ts that a man who s b ought up fa ( and most be guilty to some extent We m gbt have bad two or three more t als w h be same csult as the fi st one befo e the-matter v; ould come to an end and t ou d be a question then f y; e ould carry our cla.uns for damages or not So only to free ou selves we subm tted to the ult m&tom and were re eased We must yet add tb&t ve offered 11 the commsnce ment to g ve bond The same waa granted aud "e ga e t w th first-cltlss secu ty but af er t bad been g ven our persecutors thought e would ga n too IIijlcl t me b y and t was reJected w h excuse tbnt the appra sement e 1IJ t .1 o slnelc men sworn by the collc or t:De p rpo se was no h gh enoug1 BAL'IWORB J one 26th THE TOBACCO IIA DOIIEBTIO New Work 3d ET WESTERN LIIAP has been more act ve U. past week, some la.rge lots havmg been taken for the European Reg es The bulk or tbe tmnsact oos was n med um and low gradv and pnces were tolerably well ma nta ned The sales for the last ten days compr se a. lot or about 8 5 0 hogsheads, rang ng from lugs up to good and fine leaf at 7 a 28c. currency avcragmg Ute. a lot o( upwards of 600 lugs for Spam at !>c. currency 160 hl d s I ght lugs fo Spa n o.t 5c currency 25 hogsheads leaf at Ute gold 40 hogsheads low leaf at 6c. gold 91 hogsheads low and leaf at !Oltc currency 61 hogsheads overage lot at 19iecurrency 20 hogsheads at 14c. currency a lot 'If factory dri e d 1\[llj soon tb rds, sb ppers gold makmg a total o( upwards of1600 hogsheads The deJllond for the c ty trade s stead ly mainta ned &t full pr ces all des rab e .qwo.l t es leaf cont nues w thout much an ma a.nd we have no change to note except a sligh ly ncreased firmness n Havana leaf. owmg to the r se rn Havan& c gars P ces however are not quotably h gher Pend ng the lel!"'latlon of Congress holders of nearly all k nds of c ga.r leaf a e less nnx ous to d s MO$$ l\O$S. The Celebrated PURE VIRCI Smoking Tobaccos, :a:. ( MANUFACTURED BY ::t\4C>BB BH..C>T:EJ:EH.., Clarksville, Va THE MAJOR & KN Engravmg, Manufacturmg, and 449 BROADWAY, N FO Company, Fo CADDIES NAVIES POUNDS FINE CUT and every other descr pt on, n supe or and sa t s fnctory otyles. 71 122 $4 a $475 69 at $5 a $10 75 77 at $U a $24 2 at f25 a $80 AfANUUOTURBD-U oha.Dg!C 6a S fLS DOMEST C REO E P'PS common and 1 $4 a JOOd sh pp ng 6 a .S goo4 ftOd ftne manu raotur ng $9 a20 common lea[ $7 50 a$12 med urn $ 4 a $17 good and fino manufac tur ng t19 a $30 good and fino sbipp ng 50 a $22 50 fancy manufac\ur ng oun cured $40 a $75 br ght wrappers $100 13 Bnke Son & Co 20 follows tax patd F ne Vll'g niA lbs 1 obt new $1 SO a $1 5G fancy V rg nta I st and roU $1 85 a $t 50 medium V1rg a lbs $110 a $1 25 common V rg rna bs sound DOc. a $1 common V g na lb s out of con dJI on c a 76c fjne M s sou lbs $1 10 a $1 20 med urn Kentucky and Vrrgm a lbs. SOc. a 90c. hr gbt !s anq 15s S5c a 90e mabo0any ts and 14s 80c. a S5c. con mon Ken ucky bs 60s. a 70 c navy lh s sound, 70c a 78c. navy t lbs. 70c a 71lc. bbe SlVI'\'1 }s Dd !Oo 72c a 73c common black swoet, Otsc a 68c dan aged ts and 10 45c a 55c. 8 nok ng tobacco fine V rg n a, m bales nnd pope s $1 a $1 20 med uu V rglD n lbs and 5 71lc NoRTH 0AnOLI.NA leaf s com ng n moro freely Tho market s moderately a.e ve at the prcv ous range o f pr ces. But very 1 t e fine s offered and the sales of these qunl I es, hve ransed th s week from $80 to $170 lb s ll dd n g on mfer or leaf s ratbcr N e w Orlen .:Jn.ne 23d 48 W C W oodson Ba a d county ot $ 2o amoun $893 75 pu c bas e r common n ba. es aOc a 60e THERE have been no sales s nee our o. t report of the 20 h nst Reoo pts s nee thn.t date 189 hhds Cleared, none Scb n c k W C VVood on Ba rd coun y $22 75 am ount $220 67 purcbnser Bes N o rton Slau0hte & Co {llnelnnatl .:Jane 20th Stock on hand and on sh pbtard on tl e 22d ost 91i6 hhds pa d on e ars cheroots and c garcttes of domes man u factu e under th s act, sha a1so be assessed and pad on all mpor ed Cigara n add ton to any du es 1mposed o the same under the W ff. Ma. STEVB a. -It oug t to prov de tl:ie same amount of t ax The e was no obJec oo a.nd the amend meqt was reHrved lla. P now o1fer my amendment Add to the ame ndment last adopted And he S cret.ary of t.he Trca s u y shaH presc:nbe such regu & ons for he n s peclion and va ua. on o f c gars cheroots and c gar ehes, and he collect on of the tax thereon, as shal n b s Judgment be most effect ve fo the p event on of mequal t es and fi auds n the payment of such tax P1'0'D d e d That auch regu at ons shaH not be n v olat o n of l&w lb Scaoos: -1 offer the fol ow ng as an amendment to the a-mendment .A;d 1n additton to o her egub.tions t aha.ll be the duty of tho n s pector or wbo appra ses any e gars c ga ettes or cheroot&, to exam ne the manufacture hex:e or b s agent, under oa.tb wb c h oa.th sha be a.dm n s ed by the s p ectin g and ap p a a ng offl er and educed to w t and IS gned by such manu fa urer or h s ngen w th a v ew to ascerta n ng whether su h manufac ore has any mtcrest, d rect or n d ree n any s ale that bas been made or any resa e to be made of sa d c gars c gar lttes or cheroots, by tho cone alment of wh cb he Beeks to obt.a n a false or deceptive lla. P ADI':L-1 accept the amendment as a mod fication of my own. ll!L MoaaJJ.L.-I ask that tho amendment be reoened w th the ono I have JUSt w h held w a e n acken c o u ty at $29 50 amount, $19765 purchase Su i van L W W are B ncken county at $18 25 amount, $20S 02 pu cba;;e G nl nm L W Waro B a ken county nt $17 25 amount, $ 5 80 pu et nser G abn.w L W Wa e B acken county n t $IS nmoun $337 50 purcl sers Nock & Co L W W a e B ac en oun y at $18 50 $850 36 pu cbas rs Nock & Co L W Wa o B a l c county t $1G 95 amoun $190 12 pu c h se Me e L W Wa c B ackcn county at $1S 50 amo unt, $80o 25 p rchnse(S Nock & Co L W Wa e B ackcn county at $S amoun $68 40 pbrchasc Mer L W Ware B a ken county a t U5 $158 pu c h ase Boynbam There was no obJect on and t was to accord ngly E & G Mason county at $ 4 amount $330 purchnsers Sui van & Co E & G .Mason county at $G $255 72 pu c h aser D Ca lin sh p.1.rtffemselves aga.mst e,..ery 1:hing llc plea of duty of otlice and patnotManufactm"ed -The market cant nucs 25 He noken & Pa mo e 66 Meye r 8 Sci ggburg Cohen & Co sm About four mon jha ago & man who w tbout mporto.nt transact ons. There s p oved h mself to be a Un ted ,.States In some demand for br ght V rg n a. work n specto r of Iote na.l Revenue h i ap bond for export and a steady jobb ng bus pea.rance tn our count ng house and ness bas been done m tens and other styles pkgg J L Overton 83 hbds. Sull von Murphy & Co G Bae e & F 10 Dohon Ca roll & Co 35 pk gs orde 4 b bds. Col n s 5 Ca e on F & C:o larllla I'rice & Co4f 6 J to see our I of All good the books at a concess on Goods of d1 t oug h them f o r five or Sl.X hours he de qual t es a e a drug n the market QQ 7 man led to take them home, and stated tl at-0 gar1 Havanas are held at cons derably after find ng every thrng co rect he wo 1d b gher figu cs n ant c pat on of an ncrea.se d e u n the m to us A me of ten or twelve tar ff': Impo ts late y have been very ar0e days exp e d w thout our getting any nfor the a v::tls the past week b e ng the arg es t mat on from t he ma.n when sudden y t1 ever brought to tl s port n any p ev otrs out a wo d of exp anat on our bus ness "as wee1 U pwa ds of 6 000 000 c gars ar ed taken out of our 'banda and se zed by t1 e n a 01 D nb o s-mer omes c c ga. s a e v ery Qove nment Soon after th s we hea d qu et and Ba.l that a report had bee n sent to Washington FRE onTS -Engagements are to .l.ondon n wh c h we were accused of hav ng de 150 hhds 20 8 400 hhds. 228 Gd 110 fraud e d the Government of the amount of taxes o n fifty fon thousand poun ]a of to boxes 1s 3d L verpool 25 hbds. 17s. 6d 40 hbds 17s 6d Glnsgow 8G hhds. 27s baeco We now demanded our books, 6d 60 hbds per steamer 80s, Br stol 50 h we knew we could expla n eve y hhds 2 78 6 d Bremen 820 bales 25s th ng espec ally as we were sat efied nto 151 hhda per steamer 15s 50 ba es 12s what erro s and m stakes the nspector had 6d. 400 caaes, lOs 60 khds. per steamer been led by be ng perfectly gnorant of the 20s. Hamburg per steamer 110 cases c tobacco mannfaetur ng busmessso much gars 408 so ndee l as not to know cut atems from !\mong the charters ue a Bremen bark cn t l eaf We were refused and through from Bait more to Cad z SOO hbds at 20s a our eompla n ng to W the Assessor got an order to look into the matter and Bremen bark 61 '1 tons, to the Mcd terranean w th pnvd&ge of pools, 550 hhds. at 80s a make an asses s ment f necessary Dot as 325 6 d was mpo ss ble to show our lllnocence w h out fi st makmg ext acts from our books the d etect yo-ns 8 ed on an assessment aga nst us of e ghteen thousand QoUa s ns the amoun of tobacco short by h s statement hnd been ncreaaed to seventy four thou9and pounds We protested 1111d demonded our books but n Y&.ID Oar was kept under se znre and the t me of trlal before the United States Court wae appomted. On the day o( the tr a! tba judge of course, ordered the booko til be del vered nto the hands of the Clerk of the Court, for us to make out ou r.defence &nd the tr al waa postponed But the detect ve would not l et go th e books nto our hands as he put FoRE GN ExcrrANG E -B lis at 60 daya on London 1061 a 107f for lOSt a 108t for bankers Antwerp 6 25 a 5 20 Hambu g 86 a 36! Amste dsm 40t a ,ht 41 a 42t Bremen 78 a 70 GoLD -July 2d 158i D By Camden and Amboy ra I ond C ane & Co 128 bhd s J W P Saw>cr Wa b ce & c,;' 1 8 Bacon & Co 45 Appleby & Hem 6 K D 0 & Co 4 Coast se f: om Ba.l n ore B d0land & Co S hds O e lr cbs & Co 42 J H Be g n n 10 G a Ax & jll:ucb ler S pkg s J T Harr s 24 G W H U man & Co 72 CoastwJSo om V rg n a E S Tbnck s ton 254 pkgs ll an & Co 192 W T Coleman 7 C E Hun G 1 1 hd Heald & M llor 62 pkgs. Dohan Carro & C o 232 R 0 EdMrds 2 2 Marc h P ce & Co 16 hhds 80 pkgg E H Sk nner 10 or der 216 L v ngston Fox & Co 10 Vet !erie n & Co 21 S Ay es Son & C o 122 J K Childey S8 Tannahil Mel & Co 10 hhds IMPO RTS For the five davs endmg J unc 80th From Hnvana F M ronda, 257 bales L E Ams nck & Co 56 cs Cigars Kun hard! & Co 90 ]\[ H Lev n 17 M & E Salomon 1 Soh" er n & Co 26 Tockman & Schroeder 2 Rosenbaum & Co 1 J P Van Rossum 2 L }Io rr s 4 C H Denn s on & Co 5 L Hecksher 1 Rosen thai & Co. 1 Stehn & W ulfing 5 E K Alburtis 1 R. E Kelley & Co 146 We I & Co 20 J Sym ngton 6 H Arny & Co 6 Ph 1 ps & Frank, 29 H Seyfe 1 Probst & Co 10 J Lohman 7 J Low 1 Aseuco & Co 8 B L Ronda, 4 La torre & Bro 14 B A Bryten 2 Gran d & Co 8 Gonzales & GiodJ noky 8 Ludma n & Co 1 J E Santos 1 ,Purdy & Jf el ola MARKET ext emely du1l for nil grades Tl Is no sDecg re aqd turers are s upplied w th an a.mp e stock Sale s of l ea f at M or s & O ba fant s ware h ouse for the week ending h s d ate comp 139 hhd s w tl fifty s x r eJect ons 62 hhd s Ma.son Co l eaf. lu0s 27 nt $3 a $3 50 U at S at $13 50 a IS 27 4._ at $2G a $40 55 hhds V rg n leaf and lugs -5 n t $4 50 a $5 0 I S at $6 25 a $10 75 10 at $11 25 a $20 7 5 S at $27 a 50 4 at$67 a $1 The sales of leaf at Bodrua n s w are hou s e fl.)r t ho eck end og th s date c e as fo Jo 8 164 hhd s and 80 b oxes nnme y 110 hhd s Mason county ca[ ugg and t sh 24 at a $4 75 3 9 at i5 a 50 34 at $9 25 a $! 0 13 at $20 a $48 6 hhds. V g rua-11 at $3 a $ 4 75 27 at $5 25 1 3 75 1 3 at $14 2o a $19 50 U a $2 3 a $42 75 12 I hds Sou h ern Ky-8 nt $8 25 a $5 2o 4 ot $ o 50 a $11 50 80 boxe s Ob o seed leaf ar pr ccs rano ng fJ om $2 o $ 2 7o Otl uol hda. p kagea Q 2 I 2 M6 88 0 ye Mst 889 Boton Jone SOch Lur s unchanged Sales tb s week 20 hhds Weste n Manufactured s n good de mnnd for all kee p ng qua1 t es at ful pr ces doubtful qual t es a e neg ec ed w e quote tax pad best no ys b s and bn r lb s 721e. a SOc med urn 6oc. a 70c. com non 40c best qua ter lbs 72 Jc a 75e me d um G5c a 70c common 40c a 50c best $1 2o med urn 60c a 65c common aOc. a 65e Old Vll'g n b gbt bs. 45c a 70c. In bond quarter lbs. and tens best Soc a sOc good mcd uru 28c. a 30c. common 22c a 26c. No Br ghta n bond The re ce pta of tbe week have been 641 bxs. aod BS hbds. The exports for tho same t me have been 19 bxs to Tr n dd 10 hales and 120 half ba es to Hayt 40 e 12 bxs and 4 pkgs to th e Prov oces PhUad.elphla .:June 30th F011EIGN London .:Jane 16th FoR Arne ca.n tobacco l ere tl e r e seems to be a. tt1o mprov ng demand pr cea bow ever aro stat ona.ry and f o cho ee qua t es holder s !ISk full les For export ve y I ttle "" Loa Liverpool .:J one l6lh h t venty one Tu E market so far as the home trade lS con cer n e d has cont nued v ery qu et. S r ps have o ly been taken to a I m ted extent and by r etn I sa es We can only report"" the sam() as re0ards dry leaf. .Marylrmd and tutcs Howeve fo expo t, we have to adv se a ather e:x:tens v e sale of about seven hundred hoggheada of tho commoner classes orw estern caf. taken for the Continent at, wo bel eve 2td to 4d per b and a few flna W oslo ns have a so been sold at full pr ees for ACr ca NATIONAL TOBACCO FAIR AT LOUISVILLE, May 81, June 1 and June 2 I N orr s B aeken county at $41 M0795 pu chaser Sui van L Norns, B a e k en county (c gar leaf) amount, $414 pu chase r s .Meyc Bro amount, us down as the most F.Dmg scoundrels and th eves to be met w th We now proceeded at to take a fu 1 copy of our books while h m & self o one of h s helpers was present to guard them We made our abstracts out of ou co p ea; and not only found that we were not bn t had overpo d our taxes Ja.mes & B n B Icy Ta. or county $15 75 amount $26 3S pu chase r James & Ben Da ey la.y l o r county at $ 0 2o amount $ GO 92 purcba e Mead 4 F sher & Ke lor 7 Ruprecht & Forstner 1 A Baldwm & Co 2 P V K ng & Co 1 C A. Hubbord 4 Symmgton &; Son 2 F l I Weston.& Gray 2 Echevcrr a & Co 1S Watt & G lsey U J W Agnew 1 G W Fab e r 11 SclirOe der & Bon 18 R. E Floyd 4 H B&!Jcr 6 F de Bary 18, t bbl c garottes S S Dew 8 pkgg c gars Dymond & Lolly 2 SALBS for the week 50 box es We s tern nav es, at 6oc. a 08c 20 do tens at 68c a 'TOe. 70 do V rgma navy ot 74e. a SOc 40 do de. tens at 74e a SOc. 85 do fine Bnght V rglDI&, lbs at tl10 a $1 15 do med um at 85c. 20 do common o.t 60c 2u c s Con nectlcut seed leaf at SOc a 50e 25 do fillers at JOe a lSc. 20 do Ob o w.rappcr s at !Oc. a 20c. 5 do do fillers at 5e a G c 42 es Pennsylvama wrappers at lOc a 90c 16 do fillers at oc 4 7 e Pr ces genera ly are w thout quotable change Good sound cavend sh lS m demand for sh ps stores, and some late an vals have been sold readily at extreme .n.tes. The follow ng ves se l s have arr ved V rg u a, w th 46 hhds. Tr pol w th 102 hbds aud William Tap w h 89 hbds.-&ll from New York Ocean w th 11 hhds. from New Orleans w th 10 hhds. from Bait more At tho auct on ll.le on the 6th nsL an nouncod 10 No 69 of To ToBAOco LBAP the fo low ng p ees were obta ned 2 hhds lugs ex Pola Star New York February 1S66 2d per lb IS hhds scraps ex V cto y New York February 1866 ltd. 1 hhd Kentucky leaf. ex North Amer can New York January 1866 5!d 1 bbd. Ken lucky leaf ex Queen New York, January 1S65 4d 2 hhds Kentucky stnps, ex 6011 HOGSHEADS SOLD AGGREGATE BALES Ws ga e las t week a por on of the lis t of W s at the P c kett wa ehouse T e f o l ow lng an: the rema. n ng nam es of owners pre m ums pr: ces pad and purchaser s PIOKITT fAREIIOUU-KI!:!SRS &PRAi'l' PBOPRlETOBS. J Y Thomas Owen county at .115 amount $6 8 2 50 Spaid ng A. J Ogelsby Bal&rd county at $35 amount $24!1 purchaser Gray A. ;r Ogelaby Ba lard county at $2o amount .j80 purchaser Ha. bou se A. J Og lsby llaUard coun t y at e 7 50 $224 pur hascrs, Morns & Mat hews. A J Ogelsby Bnllard county af $65 amount 1258 purchuer Mack A. J Balfud county at $24 50 &mount, $3o5 2lS purchaaer N u son ows Jame s & B e n .Baley Taylo county at $IS 25 amount $ 9Jl purchasers Mus selman & C o James & B en Ba. ey Ta.Jlor county a.t $18 amoun $27'1 92 pu cbnse r M e c r G Ba ey Taylo coun j at $ 8 $242 1 0 pu chase M u G Ba ey T ylor coun y at $18 $22 7 70 pu chaser M e r G Ba ey Tay o county at $9 $119 7 0 p rchascr Mo er G Ba cy In.) o r coun ) at _$19 50 a. nount, $84S 03 pu chase Cap Holbrook G Baley Taylo coun t y at $23 7n amoun $7'11 45 pu cl ascrs Nock & Co G Ba Icy Toyl o county at $9ff $4 5 o 40 pur chasers Nook & Co G B adcy Taylo co nty t $18 $305 10 Capt Ho b ook G Bru ey Tay o c o unty at $11..; amou n $193 60 p urchas r M c lotalano untofsaes $4 33689 now went agi.lll before the Assessor who after a. most thorough and mp&rtial mvest gat on of ten days, n wh ch oounsel were engaged on both s des declared our state m en t to be r ght and no f atrd n the cue, ond reported to W ashtnglon according y Bat aU to no purpose our antagoD18t went to W asbmgton and calummated w th h 8 d ty accusat ons the Assessor a most hon orab e and I ghly respected gentlemoo ao Imports f o r tho week end ng June 29th 85 pkgs. l eaf value $2482 and c gars amounting to $4S 444 For the week end ng June 25th nclude tl e follow ng sb pments to Br.men-48 hhds stems, value $8UO 25 es do total $48!0 Hamb urg-25 hhds stems $500 91 cs c gars $29 054 total $29 564 L erpool-1SO hbds t7o 260 London81 hhds $11 950 t200 total $13 950 Gilrralta -150 bhds tl4 500 Napz..-750 hhds. $168 780 8 bxs total G4 020 Am ral14-!5 cs $2800 63 15S lb s m( $27187 $29 487 ])utch IVut Ind u 1 hhd lbs. m( 8 Jb,. m! $412S $500 tso Br t..,h N. A Colon 20 408 lbs. m! Br t ah IV eat I nd 68-2 bales $650 1S cs $1003 7362 lbs mf $1901 1 $159 to al $370 3 Balthu.ore .J"ane 30th Busmss thllj week bas been p nc pally confined to sales for European contracts 2000 h bds Oh o have been sold for France and 240 for Spa n terms not made public but understood to be le ss tho.n prev ous quo tatlons. Nolblng dong n K e ntucky Mary land thout .A littl e low grade has been tak e n f o Sprl. n nnd there s a slight demond for b e tter for Ho land. Quo tat ons Lows ana, Sd. 4 hhds. do do ex V ctory Sid. 5 hhds do do ex Ellen Aus n 9d 3 bbds do do ex Energy Sid s hbds. do do ex A.rkwr 7td 4 hbds. do do ex Std 2 bhds. V rgm a ex Eugene, January 1S66 3d 14 hbds V rg n a leaf ex North .Amencan as follows 4 at8l;d 2 &t 3i""" OUR .,.BRANDS llACCOBOY !'JUJNCH RAPPEE, SCOTCH ANJW,UNDYFOOT SNUFFS, JIACCOBOY AND FRENCH BNU!'!' FLOUR .ll.SO MANU.PAOTUBERS OJ' THE PlNESl' BRANDS OP SMOKINB TOBACCOS, CI8ARS, AND PURE POWDERED LICORICE. 133 WATER AND 85 PINE NEW YORK STREETS, l'IXBT Alii111J.lL FAIR .. ,... z 0 al eady qu e ex ten s vely and favorably known to them and fe w 11 merely say be mer ts and rece ves our fu est confide nce TuE Ra road M s Snuff bas gamed nn mmense popu a ty s nee ts first nt o ducti on n the market, and ts mer ts l ave become cs tnbl shed beyond cav If nny of the trade are not a ready acqua nted w th th s a t cle we would recommend t to the r espec al a. tenf,ion Th a w th other oxce ent brands s mnnufactu c d n tb s c ty by Messrs .Ap plehy & H e lm successors to the old and well known house of L Appleby The same es tu.bl s hm ent aLs rroduces soma of the finest smok ng c gars and pure p o dercd licor ce to be found nny vherc n the market. Association of the Tobacco Trade TO TOBACCONISTS AND 01' OIIiOiliNATI AND OOVINGTON .,. ,,. ... ... "" ,,. ... ,,. I.A J Oge oby Ballard coun y at $2 6 amount, 8178 10 purchase s Whe e e r & Oumm ng&. CINCINN AT! FAIR well ash s own couuse the As8lstant U S D str ct Attorney who left h m as he saw the nJust cc of the prosecut on Be 1ns sted I owe c as l e was the nformer and con seqaently had a great mterest n the mattv on br ng ng the case before the and he succeeded But 1n the mean t me, his statement of short returns had ncreased to the large numb e of e ghty four thousand poqnds. When asked bow the d fference b etween th s and h s former returns had oc curred he expla ned t by .. ymg that o h s first he had made no al owance for th e l a wful dedoct on of paper t n foil etc A good rea8Q1't to be 8U1'e We then agnln had to go before tho Uo ted Stotes Oon t and enter nto a new tr al n wh eh our opponent had eniaged three of the fi st lawy e s o f the c ty to nss st the D str ct At torney In the proaecut on Th s t al lasted t elre days, and ended 1ntll the 'd aagree went of the JUry-n ne Jurors be ng for ua and tl ree agamst ua One of those three decla ed n the Jnry room he would go for the Government r ght or wrong the second one was w ll ng to find ds not guilty if we would brnd ourselves not to sue our oppo nents for damages and the th rd one cou d not den1 havmg been look og at our books West -116 726 b s $14 756 4 do do 2fd 20 do do 4td 11 do do 5!d 4S do do S Jd 18 half t erces negro bend ex C a a Wheeler New York, February 1S66 Bid 30 ke0s negrobead all faults ex A kwr gbt New York, Yay 1866 4d h d on 10 kgs 26 ceroons Columb an at 8d a 15d 5 ba es Yara 9td 1 do do 7d CAPITALISTS r A J O ge lsby Bal ard county at $61 $664 25 pu cbas r El s & lew A J Ogelsby B a llard co nty at $74 amount $5'29 0 purcb ... r Auer W C Woodson Ballord county ftflh best at $67 mount; *465 65 pu c a.scr Lot ter HayU-16 bales $327 Mexu:o-!240 bs m( $606 Yenezuela-4 hhds $1061 960 lbs. m[ $288 B raz l-4 cs c gars $1741 Argent n R epuU c-2500 lb s mf. $716 l.ouhYUle .:June .2'1h 22600 244 .... S k. n1t&rh 1e Manufacturtd There 8 some mqu ry for fine pounds and I ght pressc{i for i\.us rnl a and Ca rornm but other desc p ons arc du and P ces nom na as b efore quoted Dlehmond June 29Ch cs Ha ana c gars, Pas d e ch n e 13s. cs BWJ .. c gars, lOs co 1 cs c gars ex Edinburgh Now York ay 1S66 J M Ortigosa; 4s 8d per lb 1 cs d"o do 5 & per lb 1 cs c garottes, 5s 6d. per lb. ....... __ ror I 00 000 uh, ""'i'"";W l111par1 a dltoo t y by whiW.ltllUlon ma,y be rcali ed w th p op 1 d ect.ed cap ta and nc.erprla By a SIMPLE and OilE.!P tnbl.oa n th mo DE LlGHt'I'UL and ACOE.Pr.&.BLE I'R.AGBANOE may be ., n almoa &D.y qu.&U r SllOK NG TODAOCO 0 GAR. CIGAREr.rB 1 ell u NO KJ.N wou d a aocept fa preference W &D.J th THE WORl.D WOULD NICESBA.R LY .BEOOME TilE O"C"STOYER OJa.IU C A MONi.POLY W C Woodson Ballard cou y manufao-1 tur ng a 1120 amount, en.r pu c aser f.. .A.. J Yusse man o ts de of the court room 8&8 sted by the prejud ced explanation of the detective The n ne JUrors made up a voluntary state ment the JUry room whi c h waa pub shed Aif good and des able qual t es nre n good d emand and the mnrket a qu te a ct ve Low grades a e dull The young p ants throughout tb e country are prog ess n g finely aod prom se a n abundant crop The repo ts fi om tl c Gre en r ver and Clarksv I e regtons are h gb y favo able The offor ngs yesterday ll'ere 21S hhds. w th only s x re Jeet ons 1 hhd cutting so d at $34 6 bxs bnght wrappers at $ 4 a $51 1 bx m! 1:nB market lS act ve for goo d and cho cc mnnufactur ng and the c san n p ovement n English sb pp ng tobac c o s Common lug s rul e very low For some t me past the sales n aU the better g a dcs bave befm qu te In ge ow ng to the presence of buye 8 from he l\ est The sales y este rday wer e s tcs at $8 50 a $41 1 bx s ot 16 50 a $45 nd 4li hhd s at $3 50 a $4S Mu J onN GEORGB GRAFF ch e r bus ness agent of TnB ToBAcco L:e:Ar W'lll start next Thurspal c t es and towns of tho Western States and Tcrr ores, and of Oanada., He w 11 altend the great fatr n C ncmnati the 11 tJ nst and F fr ends who have affturs to transact w th '"rOB Lsu w 11 ftRd th s a fa v orabl e opportun ty Due not Ce w be g ven n th e local papers of h s presenc e at other oeali es We hardly n eed COIIllllend Mr Graff to tho t!'lldo of the W for ho IS 11 & I W C Wooaso n BaJ a rd county fifth at $11 75 am ount, $179 n pu chaser HarroJ W C Woodson Br.lla d:county fifth bo t $lli. 7o amount, $166 purch&BOr )!e., n tbe BaltYDo e ps.perl!l and con tawed the r op nons about the oaae thereby ver fymg the A.BSeB.sor s report They moteover are wiJJinl! to giVO Uf Hl wn(IJii evr ,..lODI at *65 81 hhds lugs at $8 a $3 So 21 at Wo quoto as general market range Lull" HAWES & GIDDINGS P UN! .Uf.D X Connecticut Seed-leaf Tobacco and HAVANA FILLERS ............. Plug Tobacco c gare srrutr eto G:l &net l'Jdceport, CoWl

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E TOBACCO LEAF. -POlf.DERED LICORICE ROOT UCOfUCS rASTSt SANFORD BRAND, MANtilf1.Cl'Ulllm, .. uro Warranted Perfectly Pure, DY The Stamford Manufacturin[ Go., Constantly on hand, and for sale by H. MESSENGER & CO., 71-96 161 and 163 Maiden-lane, N.Y. .J0Sia'U 8CDJJD'I'R. JONJ.Tt STJII!I'Ut SCHEIDER & STEINER, l)ff"'ATii:RS JoND OJ' THOMAS HOYT.& Co., TOBACCONISTS, No. 404 PEARL STlluT, NEW-YORK, Manufaaurers of all lcinda of LICORICE PASTE WALLIS & CO. EXTRA. Tobacco manufacturers and the trade in general are partioularly requeeted to examine and test the superior proper ties of this LICORICE, which, being now brongbt to the highest perfection, is offered unde r the above style of brand. We 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 respects equal to CALABRIA. GOMEZ, W.ALLIS & CO., IT-liS ll9 & B1 8ou&h'WW-8&. P. & G. LORILLARD, MANUFACTURERS OF TOBACCO AND SNUFF, I DEALERS IN Fine Havana Segars, W!I:OLES.&.L AND RETliL DBALIIR8 TN ALL K.INDB 01' Leaf' Tobacco, ()hewing, Smoking, Plug, etc FineCut Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars, and Havana Sixes. LICORICE PASTE, PLUG.JOBACCOS.'1ANO{CIGARS AT!MAKER -PRICES. No. 140}( HOWERY, NEW YORK. The 'Irade supplied. All Orden pron1ptly executed. [709 5 CUTTING TOBACCO, of v arloWI grade!, tor &ale, io lots to by J. C. HAVEMEYER & BRO., 175 Pearl-street, Ne4v-York. 61)..&) FARNHAM & BARNES, j.ss 8TA.TEST., HA.KTPOHD, CONN., OFFER FOR SALE 1110 Caaes Wrappers-Crop 1864. 30 do, Cood Quality Flllers-1863. GS-12 JACOB HENKELL, SEGAR BOX MANUFACTORY, (Superior Make & Prime Quality,) OF CEDAR WOOD, 157. 1,59 and 161 Goerck..treet, 09--121 NEW-YORK. JOSEPH LOW, lXPOitTKil OJ' OUR BRANDS FINE-CUT 'CHEWINO 1 SUNNYSIDE, H EART'S DELIGHT, NATIONAL. THOMAS HOYT & CO., Ncw-Yorlr:. HOYT, FLAGG & CO., Louiaville, Ky. HOYT, FLAGG & CO., Sutcesaors to BARBOUR & CO., 107 and St., LOUISVILLE, Manuf.lcturert o f the followi ng celebrated h of FxNE-CuT CHEWiNG ToBACCO SUNNYSIDE, SWEET OWEN, ROSE-BUD. KILLICKINICK SMOKING TOBACCOS, Eagle, Cabinet, Grand Mogu l Chimney-Cora \ HOYT, FLAGG & CO., LuWniUe, It) THOMAS HOYT & CO., N e w-York. MOSES.& CHAPMAN, DRJ,.LER S IN :Jt a$ nlr attn, EXCELSIOR MILLS PURE-POWDERED LICORICE, Gum Arabic, oLIVE TONQUA BEANS, h4 other PlaTOrlnfl! f or Tobacconi11la ose, f'or Ill by WEAVER & ST'ERRY, lmportero, H-31 16 PLATT..ST .. N Y. HENRY M. MO_!l.RIS, No. 99 Pearl-st., NewYork, AND SOLE AGENT, or the Vn 'led StateR and Canad OF 'J'IJ& MORRIS "M. I< M." BRAND Spanish Mass Licorice, HAY ANA SEGARS, DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED Nos. 71 and 73 Front-st., S E G A R. S 69121 183 'PEARL-STREET, I. IliOU.ill, .. 71108. lf. HOONii:Y, CEDAR,) E. I. Ingham & Co., W' GU:MB, WHITTAM & LA WRENOE, E TOBACCO, Tobacco"sr1'uf7&Ci ars LIQUORICE PAST Aloo, Dealers in Domestic and Importers of 395 p !1 St t N .y gk, .A.. P. H vana Segars ear ree J ew or I t f L e l N. y k. H ave constantly on hand A large llMOrtment; o f lnpor er 0 tquortc No. 217 -st reet, OW or <9-9<1 vt...,tnta Mauutae&nnd Pure 101 Water-Street, N Y. Titrklh Smoktnr;:, Impol"1ed nava TOBACCO LABELS. l Fred. Mayer & Co., 96 Fulton-s-t reet, N. Y TOBACCO LABELS of every description executed in superior style. na and Domeatle CJ&ar. Allo a great TU!etr o f l!nglish, French, German, and Scotch Clay Pipes t:r' TRB ONLY MANUJI'AUI'URERS O THB lliERI-OAN BIRDSEYil SMOKING TOBAOOO. 2l-M D. H. M'ALPIN & CO., G A P & Co., XX .t MP braudl1 &U o f qaai.Uy, l&le at lowell. m.a.rkel ra&el. LICORICE PASTE F. GRUND & CERERO, IliD'ORTEIU, 118 Pearl-street, New-York. J. C. y Ca. B.. R, YNUB.lU.A S0-8'l F. G. c. W. & A. LEAMAN, HATCH & CO., .,.. ........... Trinity Buildings 111 Broadway, SJlOKING TOBACCO, il!tEW-YffilK. .. ........ ). LIQUORICE PASTE, Chromo-Lithograph e d Tobacco Labels and Show-Cards designed and executed In the beat. aty le. send f or estimates. GG-TS JOSEPH M. SICHEL, Successor to lllillDURG-&: 00. IIIPORTU 01 HAVANA Al'D Kll'I'UF.I.C'I't1li.D OR Segars, Pipes, Snuff, Plug lrobaooo, TOBACCO FLAVORINGS, &c. &c &o. ETC., MANUFACTORY AND SALESROOM; 6 SOVTR WILLI.&M STREET. No chute for 4lllng orden: IIIHil Nos. 75, 77, and 79 Aveime D, Manufactured at Poughkeepsie, New-York. IH5 New York City. rowosaso UQUOatcs. WM. DEMUTH & co., FINEST QUALITY. Dll'OBTDtS AliD x..uro:JAQrUR:nt& 01' DOMESTIC SEGARS, No. 158 Fron&-oiree&, I m g k t r r t i tl t Jl f GIFFORD, SHERMAN & INNIS Ccrner<>f Haidln. l a.M, (61-9'2} New-York. A. H. MICKLE & SOJS, MRS. 0. B. MILLER & CO., KJ.IfVUCTUUM 0 1' .u.L IUliD8 OF CUT TOBACCO SNUFF. STORE, 110 Water-street. JlANUFACTORY, 97 Columbia-st. NEW-YORK. 'Wlll, L L.l.lBDOL GSO. B. KlCn& BDW'lllf, LJ.WRK!\0&. STRAUS BROTHERS & GO., OIPOB'l'SRS J.liD lU.lUi i'J.OTURKRS Or FINE SEGARS, .L.'m DJ:J.URS lK Leaf" Tobacco, 74 WILLIAlri-STREET, 8. Sn.J.DS, } H. Sn.o.os, NEW-YORK. 0. 4)6:p1 S. FUNK, Meerschaum and Briar PIPEs, SMOKING TOBACCOS, SHOW FIGURES, !ETC., 28 and 30 Liberty Street, Dew-York. J!"Ac.TORY, cor. 1st Ave and 27th st. J:ot&blllhed] [1101. C. H. LILIENTHAL, IU1{11J'.l(JTU&D 01' Cut Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, 217,210, o\ 221 .. r. Jlarcloy, N!IW-YORK1 And of LlrM ud Dark Won:, L1m1p, &ad Jton To ...... Nepperhan Tobacco Workl, Yonken, N.Y. tDWTNQ rouooo. Floe Cut., Plain MUd, The and Bweet. Granni&Led, Yonog America I DOEU"O TO: U .COO. Turklah, Standard SaTOll', J:ar;le, Bpao.l!IJ, Cavendlab, Extra Lonr, French, and other Nonpareil, Long Ont, Fancy Smoldnr lrledalllOn, and No.1, !obaceo. SNUFF Ros e Seent.ed, llaecoboy1"1'riDcli lappee1 and Scotch. Tenill Uberal. Gooda Wanan1ed. Orden promptly ex-ecuted. 18-80 CHICHESTER & CO., 51 BOWERY, NEW-YORK, 120 WILLIA.li>STREET, 50-67 HEW-YffilK. ADAMS & OSBORNE, Commission Agents, ,UI"D Bal)ua! llf Leaf & Manufactured Tobacco, LICORIC)l!l, TOJII'QUA l!EAJII'S, Ete., NO. 13 OLDSLIP, ... ... a ......... } NewYort.. WM. H. OUQIOOI. GOODS FORWARDED. 81-&1 CHAS. H. CALISCH, Bl\OK.Ea Jl{ LEAF TOBACCO SEG-.A..::Fl.S, 187 PEABL 8TBEET1 U P-STAIRS, Coc. CedAc-st. 41-<;0 NEWYORK. EADIE & SMITH, BROKERS IN Manufactured Tobacco and Se[ars, 131 MAIDEN-LANE, 0. B.J.om, } .. EPW .utD A. SKirlf. NEW YORK. DSAL&k tN IIU"Oaua& .u-D Df SEGARS & TOBACCO, T 0 BJ.AsC. CGANO sB No 1781 WATER STREET CELEII.a.&rED :BOUQUET sKoi[IJII'G ToBAcco. n fi 4l n 1 (In bond o c dor paid) lD quandd" to NO. 86 WALL-STREET, cbuen. Orc:lera received tor &nJ bntld or Importe d Se-:ii.YlJlW'o'\!@illJ::l:c 66-91 ...... '"'""'*'""'"'he ...,, .. pl'lee. lNDlAN J'IGURBS constantly on band or carved io order -LOUIS DITTMAR, Ull'OIIT&R OF HAVANA 66-91 19r Pearlstr .. t, New-York. MADDUX BROTHERS, DBA.LU3 JM' Cblcbel\er s celebrated Bootch Bod, f or preee rrlD8 Tontine Bultcl!ri teeth, and dipping '1'11e Simi!' ill known all over the conntry,and lJ maauractllUd exprealr ror the above po.rpo11e. n ean bo bad by tb.e keg, ha.lt barrtl, or barreL ronoySmoklD.TobOC<:Oo... .. .. 90 Gold Dust.. .. .. .. SO Coarse French I!ppee ...... ........ i.o o No.2 Smoking..................... 28 Iriah High Toast.... .. .. .. 9 0 Cut St ems.... .. .. 26 The Century Chewing will b e found a.n unusua.lly choice arti c le. Send for ciroular. 16, 18, and 20 Chambers-street, New-York. Kanufacturera' Agencies: FOY & EARLE, 85 South water, YOUR Tl!.E, FISHER & CO., 94 West Second, Cincinnati; B A. VAN SCHAICK 503 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia; A R. MITCHELL, 24 Broad Street, Boston. [STAB H ED MDCCLX 16&18 CHAMBER Sr. NY .. ,. U. S. BONDED wAREHOUSE, 32d. DISTRICT. --:o;--HENRY lVI. MORRIS, 99 Pearl-street, New-York COMMISSION MERCHANT FOR THE SALE OF LEAF & MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, COTTON, NAVAL STORES, Etc., Eft:., Etc. IMPORTER AND SOLE AGENT IN THE U. S. FOR THE "M. &, M." BRAND LIQUORICE PASTE. GUMS, BEANS, OILS, HAVA!I!A SUGARS, ETC., ETC. Certlftcatea or the MORRIS "M. & M." BRAND will be shown from the leading manufacturers in Richmond, Lynchburg, Petersburg, Danville, Va., Brooklyn, St. Louis, louisville Covingt on, Pitt sburg, Canada, Aus.fralia, M l Californfa. .... LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMEN'I'S. ciGAR HIRSCH & co., Manufacturers and Importers of CIGARS, No. 1 7 4 Water-Street, NEW-YORK. EMPIRE OlTY TOBACOO WOHKS, 75 BOWERY, NEW-YORK. ERIN 00 Dll AGil. I. M. GRODJINSKI'S BRAN D .S: .. m :rEJII'UJI''8 !'RIDE, I!'IIIF,-CUT C.l VEJII'DlliH AND "' ailODJIG TOBACCO. Branch Depots, Wand 609 Broadw i.,-, and 068 rnl Brooklyn. 0 w CE!D MILLE FAILriiE. 0 .. "' "' 0 .. 0 H H WATTS' RRANDS : CAN'T SEE IT OUR CHOICE, o JOHJII' CORNISH CliJIWII{G, .,, AND VARIOUS BRANDS OF SMOKINC, Also PLUG" TOBACCO, SEGARS, SNUI'F, and all Articles appertaining to the Trade .. l.) & Domestic Laaf Tobacco, 121 CEDARSTREET, Arthtrr Olllcnder, Nopoleoo B Kokoek, HEW_ 'f-{Hll!: J ote ph W. Gray, I F. A. GOETZE & BRO.,_ CIGARS, ). 171 Frontst., NewYork. :..WJSlUDDDX. 66-118 W H. D. M.U!DU:J:. M. BROCK, OJ' TH:I l'l:tlCST lliUifll:i 01' CXG-. .A.R.S. ... SOLE PATENTEE OJ' 'l'lUl CEl.:&BlU.TE.O BRA. tal EL RIFLE, 360 HOUSTON-ST., JII'EWTOB.X. Gll-91 Buchanan & Lyall, 150 WATER-STREET, New-York, llaa.llftl.e1JU"eh oc the Collowl.ng Celebra ted Brand of' Joaeph L. B.. Wood. RO::aERT BURNS, PU::F"::F" roDY PUCETJ.E .urn omn. BIU.lmS o:r SEGARS. Regali Breta.niO&, lmperia.!er, llega.li de Londras, Rega.!i Reyna, llega.lita, Conchas, Lo11dres de Corte, Operas, oto., etc. For sale by the aole Manufaoturer. .JOHN STRAI TON, &1 Beaoer Btrect. 1'obacco Manufacturers. -\C F. H .PIJRDY & CO., TO HARVEY & HAVILAND, ;:tOBACCONISTS, OW TOBACCO AND SlUFF. _....,rhe parl.Jeul&r atunUon IJ( the TrBde It. ca.Ue4 \o\he "Gulboldl Smoking Tobacco," v,d 1 St. Omer Rappee 8nutr." CHARLES F. OSBORNE, TOBACCO BROKER, NO. 15 OLD-SLIP, Woat corner ot Water--1Ueet. .:f':.-<<"" 1>6-10T M.ANlJ.FAOrURED BY M VENABLE & co., PETERSBUH.G, VA. E. S. THACKSTON, J TOBACCO, NOTE, & EXGHANGI AlsC'. Manufacturer s cf Superior "Maccoboy," "Rappee," and other Snuft"s. CheW ing and Smoking Tob accos of every grade. BROKER, No.l2 Old Slip, cor. Wateratreet, JOSIAH MACY'S SONS, AGENTS, C.II.U. A. TiiJ..CJlrrOL 15S-T8 189 & .191 FR .ONT-STREET, NEWYORK. ADOLF KERBS, LICHTENSTEIN BROS. &. CO., : JU.....'(UJ.\.o:t'UUI. OJ' J.LL v.RDS 0 1' !I!NUFJ.Ortl:R.DS 01' r W. DIWK. E W fl.ll\!lllll'. f BRA01'8 F. W. BECK & Uo., TOBACCO 44 VESEYSTJ;I.EET, NEW-YORK. FINE-CUT CHEWING: Natural and Catawba. SMOKING: Shanghai Big Injun, Four Ace, Elephant, Killiokiniok, Turkish, eto. \) &t '\. rr.-HE NATiON AL. P .IPE. In ofrerlng tlib PIPI to the pnblle w e f t:el urttf"'r411tl ln aaylng thnw It combines au the o lonr deaired by CONNOISSEDR8, bnt nvnu.u.1zRD until t.b.ll duJOabl6, and p i pe was Invented. It Is so that it burnt all the Tobt.cco and keeps fJ()()l whtl e smokln!:", The reserTOir at the bot t nm recel.ves all wlWa It is eae ily kP' chan, &nd not lla':lle to get out of order. 'h and durability r ecomtnend th e :NATIONAL PIPE In evei'J w a y f o r \he use of SOLE AGENTS, T _HOMAS HOYT & CO., 404 PEARLSTREET. HOGLEN & GRAFFLIN,, (I'I'I"!\Kil8 01' PJ..'l'D'I'I1 J.lm IIOL KJ.l!iti'J'J.OI't7RDS Or' PEASE' S CELEBRATED ENGINE. Hundred8 of M&chinos. in use in the beat houses in the country, e.tt.eat the va.lue of them. Continuous feed. no loss of but. mo're changes or cut. bri&:hter Tobacco. and mor e cut with leas labor than with o.ny other machine in use. It has been greatly strengthened and improved in th, past year. We ala:o ma.nufacturo Plug Machines. Stem Rollers, and Patent Dryer. For full particulars; address HOCLEN 4 CRAFFLII\I, --.a.) BUCKEYE TOBACC O MACHINE W9RKS, D on., Ohio. P. D CASEY & CO., PEASE'S PATENT SIMON SALOMON, DIPOBTKD .lND DOilJ:STIO J.LL IIIIDS O:r LEAF TOBACCO. 192 Pearl Street, HIW-l'-&Rl!:. LEDERMAN BROS., WIIOLI!U. L:a DI!:U.Ul!l llt .U.I. KI,.-V8 QP Leaf Tobacco, UOMESTIO AND HAVANA SEGARS, 173 WATERSTREET, NEW-YORK. 111-lO'l r .U.I.lL WM. HIRSCHHORN & ll..Uti'I'A.CTVIhU o FINE CIGARS, Leaf' Tobacco,. Jll'o. 9 0LDBLIP. 03-78 NEW-YORK. &. SIEf'KES, UfPORTDLS OJ' Meerschaum & Briarwood PIPES. Also, Importe rs and Manu1acture!"2 of F .I N E 0 I GARS, 147 W ATERSTRl!.ET, \ft .... H. 2!1-0;) W ""'" 1 W. DESSAUER, DMUB. .l:W JOn&& OJ' .lLL :DDS UAf & Pt.U. G T08ACC08t C;IGARS, No. 165Water-street, New-York. P. S.-A. eomlgnment; of M oo re' B:Ulkiklnlct Tobaeoo f o r sale oheap 18-'lG M. WESTHEIM & CO., IIUliUUOWR.IIRS OJ' rt!fA BEG-.A.R.B, .lliiD ,.,nuedimt 171 PEARL STREET, (Up otaln,) It-!!' N'EWYORK. SCHRODER & BON, UfPOJtT J: U O P Havana Segars and Tobacco. ....,, MANUFACTURER OF SEGARS ... Dea_lers in Leaf Tobacco, &7 MAIDEN LANE, NEWTQBK. 258 Pearl Street, near Fulton, OT JI'.A.Soomonn, f u0y.,.v,.e-. I( 8. !lo w .o.llD. II. D. llUUUtTT, Ne" Orleans j O .. 'I'Ll Pan rox, Ill : W, R. l"aKSTO!', Gao. R rlt!P -,..... .ot!l, = =. BUCKEYE TOBACCO. GUTTER. LEA F.I.ND TOBACCO:, R. S LATORRE, f IICPORTXR" 01' PriM deain:lu ot purchaalog, or wanting lDformatlon, a pply to ) JAMES ADAMS &. CO., Agenta for the State or lffewYork, BUFFALO, N. Y Leaf' Tobacco, 86 MAIDEN LANE P D. Cn !Jli\YY tlRK, F. W. RITTERHOFF'S 'i PATENT IMPROVED J.. ., .. .HAND BULKLEY & MOORE, TOBACCO-CUTTING SOLE AGENTS, MACHINES. No. 74 Front-street; Yor partleularJ and drcul&rl, apply No. 64. C&DAB 'fBBET, oppo.llte P.:ttt.Office, NeW"-York:, 61-GB BARBER'S CELEBRATED Patent Segar Machine. PATENTED .JUN }: 24th, 1862. 348 PEARLSTREET, NEWYORK I. S. BARBER, Sole Agent for the United States. The abon Ma chine hal been In tlleecsafut ope raH.:>n for over five years, in thl.a c ity, Broolclyn, Wlllla.mib urg, and ebewhere, to t.he entire satlstw:tlon ot QJ.oee u!lng d can be _oeb. at 84S Pearl-street. It weighs b u t 14. lbs., and 'ta. n be 'optrated y a chi ld" 11! o r 14')'eai'! o r age, JIA...l."m can brrn out from 1 t O 1 8 00 nne e-'Pnl per day, M-79 H. D. DUMONT, W e are n.ow reeelvlng, dlreot. from the manllfRc turer, a Ilmn6d of this verr Celebrated &nd Supetlo( To bacco t o whl o h we invite the att.entlon or the Trade. BULKLEY 4 MOORE, BOLE AGENTS, 74 FRONT-STREET. NEILSON & NICHOLS, & GENERAL AUGTtONUSast N o 113 Pearl-stree t (Hanover-squareh LOCKITT & SMITH. UANUF A C'I'URII!RS 0-, HENRY D. SMITH' Calebrated Patent Chewin[ PELLETS. OUR' BRA :>IDS : 191 PEARL-STREET, Jo!J:PU Scli:MITr, 1 GIOnGI!iTIHtlll, ( &S-68 NEW-YORK. T. A. CASWELB w.BoJ.II..lU J.OiiJft or BAGLEY'S DETROIT FINECUT CHEWING TOBACCO, NO. 74 WILLIAllSTRl!.ET, lEi' New.-York. DE BRAEKELEER A FOOTE, CIGARS, J.n J)UUBI Ill LEAF TOBACCO, llo. 94 Boeluna.n-st., near !'earl, New-York Bot e Proprletora and Man ufa.ct u n:ra of tb.e cele b ra.ted 14 P.rtecdon, El and E1 Cont.esto brt.ndl of Cl&ars. BRESLIN & HIGGINS, SEGARS ... LEAF TOBACCQ, No. 13 t Water-street, M,p,nqwr,} 60-90 I',IIIQQUfS. SEIDENBERG & CO., Dl!'OftD8 OJ' .4JID DIU.LEU Dl FOREIGN & DOMESTIC NO. 19 DEY-STREET, ltear BJOoadtDay, ("-116) New-York. M. H. LEVIN, IliiPOaT.UI OJ' Tobacco and Segars; .tJID DIULb IW .J.LL 01fDI OJ' ) LEAF ':.TOBACCO, 162 PBARLST, near Wall-at., lo!l-82 JEW-YORK. SALOMON & ELKINS, -IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC .PD ilL &Inl 0. I.BA!r 'litBACCe. 140 Water-street, L. KELLNER, 91 WILLIAMST. NEW-YORK, DOMESTIC SEGARS. TO BA'C C 0 LEAF, Hava.no Segars, etc., 187 Pearl Street, cor. Cedar, \ l .._... IIW-Y-&lll!:, P. W.IYIER.l"ENS, "' No. 71 Essex St., near Grand St. ......... L. BERINGER & CO., Seaars, Pin[ and Leaf Tobacco, No, 148 WATEB STREET, New-York. ..-ALL ORDER! FUNOTOJ.J,LY ATTENDED TO. ...... PAULITSCH & SCHLESINGER, Foreign and Domestic Leaf 1Tobacco, 148 1WATERSTREET, NEWYORK. GEORGE WICKE, SEGA-R BOXES, (Superior Make & Ptime Quality,) O.i' CEDAB WOOD, No. 26 Wlllettatreet, IUW-TOJUC M. METZGER, Dulu ln all kind11 &ad eatlc Leaf Tobacco, And Mnu f&eturer of 'SEGARS. ns+ WATER-STREET, NEW-YORK. 219 JOHN BRA.MM, Sucoepor i o BBA.J!IM & BROTHERS, 28 Atlantic-st., Brooklyn, Fine-Cut Chewin[ and Smokin[ Tobacco, SIIGAllS, And Superior Lundyfootllld'. REISMANN & KAPPES, Fine. Smoking Tobacco, Vi.J.:ginia, ...... -=14..::__ __ __ ___ 14 Dealers & Commissiov B HESS, Perique, Genuine Latakia, Turkish, and Killickinick. ,u.ao J>B.U.SR nr 75 FULTON-STREET, HEW-1-&RK. THORNE 4 PHIPARD, uvoaaut.tc rnsss; No. 42 Water-street, New-York. TOB.A.OOO PACKED IN lJALEB FOR MARKETS. OLDEST PACKING HOUSE IN THE CITY. N. \rans p ortat.lo n o f goods flll'nlsl;ted &l short. noUce. :Sl-1:>1 TIN FOIL. JOHN J. CROOKE & CO., lU.NUJ'A.CTt'RERS o:r FO.IL & CAfS NO. 38 CROSBY-STREET, 'it-n New--YorK. S. HIRSCHORN & CO., SEGARS, AND ll I r W @] I 11'01. 140 Pearlst. & 106 Water-st (Near Wall -shee\, ) !1981 JOSEPH MA:YER & SONS, Leaf & Manufactured Tobacco, NcurYork, .; J.JID CHAS. F. TAG, IMPORTER OF SPANISH, AJII'D DEALIIB Dl ALL XJI(DS OF LEkF TOBACCO. NO 184 FRONT-STREET, NEW-YOBX. -LINDHEIM BROS. & CO. WBOLUAL Dh.LEBS lJ( Manufactured Tobacco C -IGARS, .l.RD IKPOltftltS 01' Keenehaum, Wood P1J81, au.d all other lmoklq Articleo 26 (Near .ftroadw&T,) A. LINDHEIH. 1 =: U".iil'am<. NIWY -&lll!:. IF' D"""t of H. WilkIULBltS 1!!1 ] LEAF TOBA'CCO, 321 PEARL-ST and 34 and 34t BOWERY, N. Y ., and 79! GRAVIERST. New-Orleans. TACKMANN & COLELL, i1Dpol1.en o f \VIIore..al e Dealers ln Ra vana Domestic L E A F T 0 B A C C 0 S 6 Platt-street, near Pearl, t...al _NEWYORK, E. SPINGARN & CO., ':; DEALERS IN Leaf Tobacco. & Segars, NO. 5 BURLINC SLIP, NE.AR WATER-STREET, ST_.. UJ.U .ltD. ILUfoa. 1 NEW-YORK, itrB'll$'9 F. l'oGGElliiJllO, ( 64 OUB .BBA:NDB : : Chc'W'Ing -The celebrate d brandt "Golden \"''eed," 1 M oss Rose." "F&T o rite," "Green Rher." Smokln= Tobacco."Iloroe Comf orl.11 Cuba Ml:ttd, Mild Grnnule.ted of ali brand!, Turktah, Llg:ht1 '' lllrd'il Eye. -8nuW.-Rose cec.ted !la.cooboy, J'rencb Ra.ppCfl, ConanoJ Sc
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L & CHALFA;i:"' IUSO'F.4.C'1'11P& OJ' ALL UIIDS or ,.:.. Plug and Twist Tobacco, Leaf & Cotton otihe Branu: FACTORS, BRIGHT, IPONGB O.A.U N&TOanowN D4.RK. 1. L. ADAJI8 8 NAVY POUNDS AND JIALf P0t111D8. XXX 12i. IU.GGIB IIIITOIIBLL QU.lliTICII OBALLENQ il. lOt. TWIST. J L, A.DAM.S'S OOBONET NO. 11 lSI. r 4t6 COLUMBIASTII.EET, BROOKLYN. B. M. BROWN, Manufacturer, WBO!..IS..U DE.ll.D Df lrlME SEGARS, 220 Crandatreet, 84-U BROOKLYN, E. D, BEMIS & ABBOTT, 1\'\ e\'e'\\.u.l\.\ liOUISVIL.r.E.-K'Y. -:i(arlleulA.r Mt.t"nUO n paid tO tl1 e pu .. o f an c Ua.nufact.ured Tobacco Oonllgomenu of Seg;rs, Ma1iufacfil' red a nd Spanish bacco, and a.ll kindJ of Seed leaf, c onstantl y on hand 1191k1ted ., RPliUf.a.u.r.a. J R ucs o rroR.A.o'co ad-E'N o Y HERM. PRALLE & CO., ..,. ,1'-.. J.:I O.P4C 'J'Ufll n \ S 0'1 DOMESTIC AND Uoll'ORT I'!R S O r B; V N ,A 0 I .R .7.7 E.Fift.li, <'I; ld:"''kot, P e rsou a l attenlh.tu paid lo plll"cbaa e e. r Man u l.lld LeM'TobaOOD!. Coo ,lgnmenta 1 r 48-05 _c\ JNJtL .EVERY STYLE AND :QEsCRfy b 1 L u 1 Ul l9r,;. ., I .,tlJ Plug.Tobat THlRD-:.StRt 4o-n -LOUISVI LI:E lt:Y.. "'w 1 r.: RQBINSON & WILLET' M AYER ., J l' frO"--J.NU,J.C'l'URDS OJ' D(UUt S'l'W AND U111'6k'l'Ull OJ' lLlTA & : : a :a.--=-.a ,B. e ili'D 1t'11(tUI:iUL'& J:!ll All Kinds of 3M FIFTH-ST. NEM I[Anf.&r., ;,u.,,t_, u 17-i' Louisville' : Ky. DETROIT ADVERTISEMENTS. l'll.uu: $1CV Jl'f. ll )!ILL& ,. NEVIN & J.IILLS, Tobacoo M:anu:tn.c.t u t el'S, DS... l.j:Ja Ul J C. l u,: lm po.rtedHavana and Ddm.catic Cagars, Suulf, & Sootcb Pip es, No. 92 and 04 .Jeftl)non-aveliuo. Bet S/ulby tt Waynt BIB ., Dil'EtOlT, IIIICH Our well-:tnoWll brands Jhn n e r f l oe Cut, Charter (i .. Fln1>0ut, Fanner'! Chewing. ..


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