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

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

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The Tobacco Leaf: Organ of the Tobacco Trade of the United States
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Organ of the Tobacco the Unit States: Largest Special Trade Parvf in the W Ofld. i) VOL1l'KII Ut., No. 42 t Wso..No. 14.6. f .,.._ UID P.a.n&. Sl....,_ll, ........................... 10 Oenlll ........... r for the paper 0011111dered. 11Jllelll &ccompalecl bf tbe amo11Jlt. ... .,.. 01' &DVft'ftlllfG, a moethL .......... 110 6 mootho ....... ..... 15 ..... 28 m.ontbs ......... 15 maatbs .......... IS -, .. ;;;;;.;t,i,8":::::::: ; ....... 4lt ...... 80 -Por..._" .... ..,. !Jl-GOLD VALUES OF FOREIGN COINS. }rlflt .Brie.iA-tJ. pound ................ $U4,0 b. lllllllnr;. .. .. .. O.lM,S ld. pellliJ. .. .. .. 0.02,0 Fr--U'r. rr.ao......... ..... .. 0.18 le. '*"'-.. .. .. . 0.00, l s .R ......... dc.-11. ..... Gl' gallder ....... ca. . . . . o.00,4 a.,_ 1Kb. rix tbaler. .. .. 0. 78! grote ................ 0.01,0(9) 1 ..... ....... 0.85,0 1 ..................... 0.02,1 FIIW .. WJ:IGIITII.-.A ldlogramme equala UOMI a., a-pland equla l.Oi909 1118; a pt\md eqliala 1.06'198 lbs. al'oiJibJpoil. :lxOJH Tu.-Cuendish, PJ.ua, and Twist, eUif' otllenr!R provided for, 40c. per lb.; Wlated by hand, or re\lueed .._ ..., iate. OCIIIdidoD to be -eel tritllll& tile f .-me or inatiU ...... p-d. or SO(>.; "floe-cut Sborflo IDe. ; t cllewiac, ml4e wilh -'-ID w -, or howiiT eohl, wlaedaer w-e Ia ,..._,toe.; S.oklllt..:!i: eael, I .. w 40c. ; JIOt ., 'W'l, "' !Mlt.tad, 15c.; SmoldDI, eselllil"eiT of lteiD&, or 1u part. of-... ancllmlatl-tbereof, lllc. Oa a.r--, CliiiJn; .W Cheroot!, of JUdi or any 11111>at.itlde .......,_, per tlacMI-.1 BP& of Wbeooo or a.ny auWlt*.ltiMI.d, di'J. 4iuQ. plokW, aoentOt all ae.cllp--, 40e. per lb. f.w& ...... 't--. "-*' 86c. li*' 1)011114. llld ,_... Olpn, per pGI1ll and Iii) per -L acfvtllorent. !'OSADCIO W .I.UBOVI&S. .\gnP w 6: s.., 1M aDd 181 Froat eVee& Af!DlnD, ... J., 80 Oedal'. Sui. l!eD &: Oo., Sf WMer. .Baker, B. C. Son A; Co., 14i Pearl. B. & D. 124 Water. \lwne, R.S., '1 Burttng slip. Parker & Co., 181 Pearl. 8ramball A: Oo., 18 Old slip. Bulkley & Moore, 74 Front. Bunzl & Dormitzer,l26 Water. Cardozo, A. H. & Co., 1jl9 Front. Cohen, I. B., 16'1 Water. coleman, W. T. & Co., 11 '1 Front. Colt, J. B., 165 Pearl. Coonollr & Co., 45 Water. Cook & RobiDIIOn, 100 Barclay. Crawford, E. II. & Co., 121 and 128 Front. DeBraekeleer Ill Foote, 94 Beekman. Deen, JobD L.l '18 Water. Doh&n, Oarrol & Co., 104 Front, Dreyer, F .A'l 86 Cedar. Vand'ef1'oort & Co., 8'1 Water. Fallenetein, Obu. B. & SGn, 170 Water Fieldia& Gwy110 & Co., 119 Pearl Queen & Bro, 160 Water and 157 Bowery. Greenleld & Co., 61 Beaver. Gunth(.ll', Jl:. W. & Co., 110 Pearl. Guthrie II Co., 225 Front. Barris, J. T. & Co., 80 Front. Heald & Miller, l '16 Water. Heidelberger, L., 849 Pearl. Hiclu!, Joaeph, 82 Water. Hillman, G. W. & Co., 108 Front. ffirsohhorn, L. & Co., 140Pe&rl&lld 106 Water Heiueten, G. Ill Palmore, lUi Broadway. Kelly, Robert E. & Co., 34 Beaver. KreJDelherg & Co., 160 Pearl. Lederman Bros., 159 Water. .IieYin, II. H., 162 Pearl, Le"J' &; Newgaas, 173 Water. Lindheim, Broe. & Co., 90 Water. Lorillard, P. k G., 16 Chambers. )lacy's, Joaiah, Sons, 189 and 191 FNDt. llai.tland, R. L. & Co., 1 Hanol'er Bulldiqa, )(arch, Price &; Co., 91 Water. Mayer, Joseph & So1111, U2 Water. :Mayo, J. H. F., 105 Water. 11cCalll, Wm., 51 Bowery. )(engel Charles C., 116 Cedar. Meeeenger, H. & Co., 161 and 168 Maiden I. Morrie, 11. ll., 99 Pearl and 62 8tone. Nathan, L. J., 78 Pearl. Norton, Slaughter & Co., 40 Broad. Ober, R. H. & Co., 43 Broad. ')ttinger Brothers, 133 Wo1.ter. alJDer & 8co1'ille, 1 'TO Water. appenbeimer, M., 83 Broad. 'aulit8ch, M.., 148 Water. 'earsall, M. R., 23 South Wi.lliam. Price, Wm. M. &; Co., 119 Kalden lane. Read, Clement, 86 Pearl. teiemann, G. & Co., 1 '19 Pearl. tobinson & Hearn, 1'72 Water. :osesbaum, A. S. & 162 Water. M. & E., 85 Maiden lane. .lwyer, Wallace & Co., 4!1 Broad. M. & J., 158 Water. chroeder & Bon, 178 Water. lchubart & Co., 146 Water. Ieitz, Chas. & Bro., 169 Water. leligsberg, Cohen & Co., 149 Water. jelling, S. I; Son, 173 W E. & Co., 5 Burlillg shp. Stein, A., 19'7 Duane st. Strohn & Reitzenstelo, IM Water. Tannahill, Mcilvaine & Co., 130 Pearl. Thayer Bro&hers, 44 Water. Thiermaan, H., 142 Water st. Unlr.art &; Co., 166 Fulton. Vetterlein, B., 122 Water. V etterlein, Tb. H. & SGns, 128 Water. Vigelius & Seymour, 189 Pearl Watts, Crane & Co., 4ll Broad. W estheim, ll. & Co., 1 '77 Pearl. Wilcox, Po"er & Co., 180 Pearl 'l'OB.lCCO BRODRII. Adams, W. Q., M Water. Fischer & Rodelt'ald, 2 Hanover Buildillf:, Gans, J. S. &; Son, 86 Wall. O'Neill, David & Son, 172 Pearl. Oabol'lle, Chae. F., 111 Old slip. :Rader, 1l. & Son, 160 P .. rl. Wil'gman, Chu. H., 6 South WUliam. ILUIDAC'l'U ..... ..lpplebyll Helme, 133 Water. .Beek, F. W. II Co., 1110 Pearl NEW YORK:, WEONESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1867. Brock, 1l., 829 Bowery. 8on, 411 Walnn Buchman & Lyall, 1110 Water. Ul!l-104 West J'lftt. EdmOllltoD, S. B. &; Bro., A Blli IG Ot., 41 ""-e. Empire City Tobacoo Workl, '111 Bowe & Oo.,j H Faik, M., 143 Water. dJJro. l Jrllt FI'OIIt. Gillender, A. & Co., llf, 116, and 11'1 Liherlf. [ Pow Co. Goetz, F. A .\Bro., 183 and 1811 Daaue. t ILUIUP.lctJI&f&S, UD DIA.LEII8, Goodwin, W. H. & Co., !0'7 and 209 Water. U.0 eDIT&; Bro., 181-185 Pearl. Hall, Joseph, '16 Barclay. lllllrd, Hll & Co. 8il WeetlleeMld Hartcom, John .A., Water. Grere, J .A. P. & Bros., 4'1 VIDe. Hoyt, Thomas & 00., 40t Pearl. T. 6; Son. 19 Kerbs, A., SIS Bowery. g,. J'.U. &; Oo., 63 Weet Four\h Lawrew:e, T. 4 874 Part. 8. & Co., "18 Jfaln. Lee, 'Wm., 269 PearL" MBrotber, 1111 W'el&l'ront. Lilienthal, C. H., Sl'HI21 Wuhiagton. lfINrab L., Ill Wabwt. Lorillard, P., A G., 16, 18, 20 CilainJiera, &hulie" 8JJ.ale!, 94-Wett Second lla1er, IL, 68 Avmue C. !klcDce Bro&laers & Qo., 62 Kast 'lhi.nl. KcAiplne, D. H. & Co., 711-'79 Al'enue D. '1\omton, Potcer & Co., 18 HammOIUI. :Mickle, A. H & SoD!, 110 Water. 111spR411CJt COIIUIIII:& Neudecker, L. H. & Oo., l6Z Water. fobaoco Fire and Marine Ins. Co., cor. Front Reinhard, D., 98 ATe. B. an Vine. Robitachelt & TaiJ8Iil, 166 Delancy. SchPlder, Joaeph, 79 \VUIIm. ClLII:VBL.I.lf .. 0. BchJDit' 191 Pearl P..t.TJUI'r Jll'UII 'I'OBACOO nana. Sobroeder &; Bon, 1 '18 Water. tt.ldea, L. E. Sedlaczek, Jos. & Co., 898 O.nal ClOYil'IGTO .. &Y. Stachelberg, K., 111 Cedar. Gvfaad, Ed. Jr., )(oe'klar Tob. Fr., Gflleaqp. IIIPOBTDII AIID DBoi.L. l!ullll'an, J. T. & Bro., KentoD 'l'ob. lr.ina &; Hamiam, 140 Water. lloaee, Greenup. HamllleiiiMin, 0., '14 William. Born, W., 44 Maklen lane. Jacoby, 8., 194 Peart Lacbenbruch, N. & Bro., 1'18l Water. Latorre, R. S., 18'l Pearl. Llchteoateln Brodlel'll & Go., 821 Pearl etreet. Lorillard, P. &G., 11 Cbanlbers. McOallll, John & Co., 191 Greenwich. QatmiUI, Alva, 166 Water. nc-wald, E. & Bro'\..1{11 Water. Beldebetg & Oo., 111 JJey. TJII!, Ch-. F., 114. J'rout lUII'llrA.CTURIBB 'tiJ 811Urr. Lorillard, P. & G., 16 Ohambere. UIPORTSIS 01' Pli'D1 trre. Boiken & Siefkea, 6'1 ](aldea IU>e. Bourgalgnon, W. l Sonl, 81 N ... u. Demuth, WDliam &; Co., 28 and SO Lier&J. Hamb'llr2er, I. & Co., 61> llaillea la,ne. lle)"'r & Oo., 911 WUiiam. Loridii.nl, P. II G., 11 Chambel's. Rice & lleyer, r.9 Libert.y. Schey, lt & Co., )(alden Ia a e. Utuey, Carl, 20 Liberty. tldPORTXBII Or OLAJ PlUS. Batjer, H. & Brother, 61 alar. Bergmana, J. B. & Co., 1ll21'ront. ldol.liUPACfUJIDB OF ln:UliC .lU. 00001. Pollak & Son, 27 Jolm and 692 Broadnr. CJU..IUlO.U. PIPe!. Blade, Drake & Co., 77 Pearl. 1111'01111(111 01 BAVARA CIOAU. .Amaiaok, L. I. & Go., 148 Pearl. Sohroeder & Bon, 1'18 Water. L!CO!IIj:J: P.lBU DLUoi:Uo Jl'rancia, A. P., lOi PearL WalJia .t; Oo., 119 and 31 S. Wllllaai. -Qad, P. & c-o, 118 Pearl. x.-ellerg & Co., 160 Pearl. H. & Co., 161 Maiden lane. Morris, H. M., 911 Pearl. LlCOBICJ: POWDJ:R DBALBI\S, fiby &; Helme, 183 Waler, ... lpls, 120 WllllaiD. w., "" e&rt f!r &; Sterry, 18 Plot 81tltD-LS.u' TOBACCO tliSPECftON. Linde, F. C., 76 Green1rich street. TOB.lOOO PU:IISES. Guthrie & Co., 226 _Front. X.lNUJ'ACTURBI\S OF CI(UR BOXES, Henkell, Jacob, 167, 169, and 161 Goerck. Wicke, George, 26 WiUett street. CIGAR BOLL'&R .lNn WR.lPPEB, Witt, H. C., 57 Cedar. CIGAR BOXKS, CEDA.II JIOARDS. Eifert, John F 15'1 Goerck. IIAIIUI'ACTU.RBR 01' 'lOB.lCCO TIN l'OIL. Crooke, J. J., 38 Crosby street. AUCTIONEERS or TOBACCO, ETO. Betts, G. & Co., 7 Old Slip. Hathaway, & Co., 6'1 Broad. Nei1801l & Nichols, 113 Pearl. Reed, G. B. & Co., 8
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2 was e nthusia stic and boded no good to the other caD dida.t es who shall hereafter b e ground through the ref: Jar p arty machines. While to 11;8 s o mew at early for decision as to candidate s, there can be no doubt that in the present instance the preferences of a. large party ,in the !and, a party by llO meana partizan, point to the who knew no r lioy GfHl8 b,is mind w a s d e t ernuned that the reHe obdued, than to "fight it out on this resent a.ppearanoes are that the adv a.tes of his electi o n to the highes t offic e in the gift 9 f the 111!QP11 iB:fullow his brillinntexample, until the y have their favorite .in, the White House DNR of the mOt!t failur e s :w1tb our wre t ched mtemal -revenue sys tem, I S j&m mdle1 the sounding title of the This bas been m operation m this last, and was designed by its iA -,9X}r m ntire revolution in system collectmg the revenue, It was invested powarre st, prosecute Judge, seize and diii!pose of pnvate property m the -t IQaimer. et, of almost un and entenng upon 1ts work supported public the has in all its legitimate obJeCts. to and under the old received from taxes ou distilled spmts of the districts of N York, from May to O c wbet:,.i866, $2,571,845. The same distriets,,under o f the Board, for the corresponding pel?-od of 1S67 paid in liquor taxes only *944,129-showmg a Ibi!l tJ the Government of over *1,500,000!! These Aeta iltealt l o uder .than mere words It would seem tba\ the, is e ndeavoring to solve the pJ'Oblem of how 1ittle r e venue can belcollected at the The r.eal secret of this failur e how evl)r lies m the incre asing corruption both among a'nd d e alers, and the inducements which the t>rmer hold out to the latter to defraud the r e venue and enrich these unwo1thy The i s a.. cry one, a.ud applies to other artic le s b e sides the Goyernment expects to prevent frauds It mu s t first look at' hotne, and ferret out the men who, not W\t 'h rec eiving their just. pay, every opportimity of and making gam by the very practices the y are hired to detect prevent. "Let the Govemm'lnt first pluck the beam from' its own in this official para nies-=-.oofor e it undertakes to vlSlt pumshment for that -1rblc'h it espi es in its neighbor:":- ---THE TOBACCO L .A F. in thi.fl city of New York there i s a wid e field on which to test the efticacy of such an e n actme n t But why confine the benefits of so b e n e fic ent a m e asur e to the limits o f a single State? Con&"ress s h ould take the mat ter in hand, and, s o far as it li e s, extend the a c t to the entire country. Official corni.ftion i s a can cer that is slowly eating out the vitality o the nation. Unless its ravages are spe e dily che c ked, we have bnt to turn to the pages of ancieat history to re a d our own f a t e The laws of p:J;Og Slil are tlie same now as p!e n, and a. per sisten t disre ard of moral laws will entail the same ovel'whelming and ruinous penalty. THE r e cent dec i s ion of Judge Shipman rela tive to the value of the p ound sterling has again dra wn attention to the present complicat e d and confused method of exchange on Britain. 9f estimating the pound sterling at *4.44 ong m ated m c a uses now ended, g e nerally forgotten and seldom un derstood. The price ot gold, upon which Judge-Sh'ip man based l1is calculation, is stated to have b e en 199!, making the price of a bill $2.18!, at which rate the would cost *874. Tne pound sterling is worth *4 85; but instead of saying so it is reckoned at *4.44, 1 and the dealer in exchange adds to this a certain pre mium, often 109!, making the result the same as if reck oned simply at the real par value of .4.85. The pro cess i s circ uitous, and there is no good reason for it. .In the fir s t plac e the drawer naines a rate1 which must be multiplied with the conventional value of the pound before it can be paid for in Federal money. If the banker oft'ered exchange at .4.85, it would b e very easy both to comprehend and comput e it. WE have heard somewhat too much of General" Baker. 1tf'l'. Baker may have bee n a good detective during the war-and we are in clined to think that 'he has received all the credit due him for his achiev e ments in that line-hut we must protest against his being still dubbed "General" when all .the volunteer offic ers arc mustered out of the s e rvice, and when such m e n as Sickles and Howard are compelled to modestly take a back seat. When Macaulay's New Zealander sits upon the ruins of the British metropolis, he may casually meet with some time-yellowed ;record of our cjvil, war, in which the names of Gens." Ort : use no milder term-from driving honest men out Qf the From New Orleans : N ortori, Slaughter & Co., 6 Our for l ea f during the past week has b ee n traQ.e On everr hand we bea.r the cry," will hhds. ; Order, 15 hhds. and 31 pkgs. unusually qm e t, and pnces have b e en, if anything, a lit-not r e viv e unti the fiauds are stopped !" Congress From Philadelphia: J. C. Havemeyer & Bro 27 c s tle lower on all grades. The sales at the various warecertainly owes it to thos e old and respectable houses in A. L. Reid, cs. snufF. ., houses amount to 328 hhds. and s o boxes as follows the trade, whos e high position and character will riot IMPORTS. At Bodmann's warehou s e, 156 hhds. au'd 30 the m to to fraud, to say of re-Arrivals at port of New York from foreign ports viz. : 142 hhds. Ma s on, Bracken, and Owen Co., Ky., strammg moral pnnCiples, to protect them m their lawfor the w:eek t::ndmg December lOth, include the followleaf, lugs, and trash-4 at *4 90; 11 at *5@t6 90; 15 ful aursuits. As we have already said, Congress, by its mg consignments: at 90; 9 at $7@.7 95; s at s; 9 at 19@ ma legislation, has a ctually put a premium on fraud, From Antw. erp: Order, 21 cs cigars. 19 80 ; 8 at *10 75; 14 at $ 11@111 75. 13 at 11 3 @ and placed all the pains and penalties upon the F M 11 E *13 75 5 at 614 75 6 t 0 b rom am a: verett & Co., 2 cs cill'ars. > ., ; a ., ; at ., 6 0; 7 at 17 ; uprig t men of business who obey its enactments. From Port au Platte: Hagers & Heinlein 301 3 at 118 25; 2 &t *19 60; 7 at 120@&20 76. 4 at Thus the honest man suft'ers for being honest, and virroons tobacco. ce*21 75; 6 at 122@122 50; 2 at 123. 4 at t2S 2& JQ t!_le, instead of, as of yore, being ''its own reward," is a From Havana: Serafin Sanchez, 8 bls tobacco hhds. West Virginia-2 at *6 40; '1 at 17 6.5; 2 at losing game while alone pay8. If our legislators Schroeder & Bon, 160 do; M. & E. Salomon, 75 do'; *10; 1 at n 75; I at *14 '75 2 at an 75. 1 at expect anl to the ":hisky or t<>; A Oatman, do; J.M. Mayorga185 do; F. Miranda, *19 75.. 4 hhds. East Virginia:_! at *2i 75: 1 at bacco tra es .mt!Je this thmg must be J?Ut an 83 do; R. Chmne, 41 do; H. Sclievei'Iing, 38 do; Wil125 ;_1 at *30_; 1 at $43 25. 30 boxes Ohio seed leaf end to. The r e Is a pomt beyond which "busmess" cox & Thompson, 225 do; Th. H. Vetterlein & Son, at pnces from *3 to 130. natur cannot go, and the time isnot far distant when, 207 do; .A. s. Ro8enbaum, 418 do. Kunhardt & Co At the Morns leaf tobacco warehouse Casey & as h as already happened among the distillen, the 192 do and 7 2 cs cigars; Godeffroy, Brancker & co:' Wayne proprietors: 45 hhds. and 6 bxe, 351ihdll. SPEAKING of Detectives" reminds us that there is in ho11est tobacco men will all be compelled to seek some 241 bls tobaCco and 66 Cll cigars; Livingston & Son, s Mason and Bracken Cos., leaf, lugs, and trash-& .hhds. the Honse of Represent a tives a member from Ohio, othe r field of CQIQJD.erciai. enterprise. do; Howard Ives, 7 do; De Barry, k Kling 10 do, at t5 9ll@*6 30; 3 at *7 80@18 90; 5 at 19@tf 85 ; 3 at named.Ashley, in whom slum bets Ia:tent talents for dis Cigars.-In domestic cigars we notic e an inclination F. Probst & Co., 5 d 'o; Park &--nlford 3 L E' *10@*10 25; 2 at 111@*11 50; 3 at ti3@tl3 2.5 3 at covering purely imaginary incidents, rarely met with. to buy on time, but lJOlders pre f e r to accept lower rate & Co., 3 do; R. E. Kelly & 3 ad; t14@U5 25; 4 at .16@.16 50; 4 at ti7@ll7 '7$. 1 This credulous legislator was oneoftheleadin$ spirits in (or cash sales have of lower .grades and hck & Schmitzger, 3 do ; Wiltzer Bros. 3 do. Balzar at *20 25; 1 at *28 50. 6 hhds. Weatera the absurd and is sa1d _to have trash, l'nnctpaljy for s pecnlatton. W e notice one & Taak, 3 do; L. Philip and J Frank 2 C A leafand"lngs-2 at *4@16 30; 1 at 110; 1 tll 'll5; transaction of 300,000 at tn; other sales of Hubbard,2do; G.W.Faber,2 do, Acker &, lata2025; 1at.25. 4 hhds.Broome at wonderful eft'ect: "I have believed that Prestsmaller lots have been at from .9 to .10, or c d I H .5 95@i6. 1 at 6'7 15 1 t .11 50 h '!i ..l o,, I o; armony's Nephews I do Purdy & ., ; a 4 hio dents Harrison, Taylor, and Bue anan were J?Oisoned, the igher graues w e have onl,y to report a few tram! Nicholas, 1 0 ; s. M. I...apsey, 1 do; Schulz' & Ruckgaseed @*5 4/,1; 2 at 116@.17. ,a boxes and poisoned for the eXfress purpose of puttmg Viceactions. ber, 1 do; Thomas ltwin & 1 do. Tripland & Western VIrgmia at *13@116 26. Presidents into the Presidential office," and that" Mr. Of imported cigal'S, ther(;) have also been very few Bebian, 13 do; J. Manzanedo 1 St;el & Gamble At. the Kenton warehouse, J. T. Sullivan & BJ'O., Johnson had a guilty knowledge of 1\'Ir. Lincoln's assale s pnne ipally of the old importation. Holders are 1 bbl cigarettes. propnetors, 55 hhds.: 10 at 16t@; 5 at tt@tiOl'' saasination." Aihleywas evidently born in th.e wrong not inclined to sacrifice, and pnc es are therefor e firm. EXPORTS 14 at *11@*14; 11 at *15@.16 ; 10 at .173fi'81. 5 country, and two or three hundred years too late. He In Ha i vet y firm, and prices ha.ve an from the.port of New York to ports, other than at *20@.25!. evidently bas a keen scent for "treason, stratagems and upwa dency. There are more prospects of a. rise European ports, for the week ending December Sd At the Wheeler tobacco warebo111e Philter "' Bro spoils," and it is unfortunare that the genius of the age than include thitfollowiilg : proprietors, 72 hhds. and 44 bxs, as follows: 19 and the habits and mora] status of the American peois dull as usual at this season, Danish West Indies: 7 hhds., t1a, and 1 121 lbs. smol!;ers, *6 65@*7 90; 12 do. strip,pers s 50@112!. ple, do not alford him scope for the full exerhcise of his in closingo thefuetories. We note mfd., $405. B do. man leaf, 13!c@17fc 7 do, 1 af. 19 c@ evident ability. In the abscence of this e is comllo..,. although importations are very Dutch .East Indies: 9 728 lbs. mfd., 3 370 and 20 26!c; 28 do. low gralaae the petty. inte rests of party above the general pelled to resort to such silly fabrications as the above. therefore becoming reduced. bbls. snuff, $427. So. Ky., new, 6fc@35c ; 30 old OJDo fillers and What would Ashley not have accomplished during the f:allen ._' .. Pifitl1:1Iis morning at 1361, at noon bad Britis h North American Colonies: 2 cs. cigars *482 com. feafat 4ic@IO-lc civil wars and conspiracie s in England, when intrigue w British W t I di '2 b) "'1. LOITISVILLE n-blosl:lOmed into bloody fruit? Decidedly, with suoh a .Flr.change.--A advance in Forei"'n has 8 o1 lbs _.,e; 81 n 16 e9!l: "' s ., .,, 5 ; 2 cs., MIO, and '..,.,e. 7j.. McCulloch' s statement o f the present (I()Bdition of the national finances, is well calculated to td.ve Congres s and the country pause. The N:ovem -5ef et&teme n t sh ows an inerease, instead of the accus-diminution, of the publiQ debt, and unless a check ill -pUt upon our national extravagance, the statement of will be the type of the statements f9r to come. W e cannot go on forever buymg '"Rull!lian Americ as and Danish possessions in the West Mes-; besides bvishing the public treasure foolishly St Ji'6me, The r e must come an end to this thoughtleBB 'lttlt ; and it had better come now than later, when we bait have b e com e still more involved. Gen. Grant be the only executive officer of the Govern at the present writing, who at all impressed 'With tM necessity for the strictest economy Jr:ft:R.notbing be deserves the gratitude of our tax-payers, for cutting down the standto the lowest point of eft'ectiveness. If Con which is s o ready to vote money out of the of their oypressed constituents, will imitate his aamplEI, they wil place the nation under an obligation 'oft WeYer repay. If we would avoid DBJional bank ruptcy we must retrencl:J., and that instantly. This re can in. no be begun than by a. C)lf)1180lentioui! and mtelligent reVIsion of the present sys tfti Of taxation. This revision has already been begUJl ,-he House, by taking the tax olf cotton. It is ap. interesting query for tobacco men, :J.'i to how the revenue heretofor e c ollected from cotton is hereafter 'to be t.lforded. Tha t it must be raised does not admit of All w e ask of Congress is the exercise of o.rdhlary honesty and common sense in its imposition other articles. If Congress will guarantee to do all in its power to protect tobacco men from the deprea.tions or dishenest dealers, by making, as it easily tlaD, ilNh01le8t}/ unprofi,ta/Jk, the trade will not object .,-en if the present high tax is not now reduced. WE Write elMwllere on the necessity of the maintenance of public morality if we wish to see our dem 'ocntio institutions perpetuated. Ex-Mayor Opdyke hU rendered the public an essential service by his re 'fl'1rt: tO tllb New York Constitutional Convention on the subject of official corruption. He proposes to in llerf; an article in the Constitution which shall pro.... 6 6 + Running Jots ... ..... 10 @80 e a ers m ea tobacco, report: 6c,@Bfc.; d? good and 10c.I3!:c .. do.: /!:r.:: :::::::: F!,=..:.ii&;:.m.:;w;.ap_ 4 @ 6 Receipts continue light; very little besides Maryland, extra shippmg, none do., common worl.:.ing Medium leaf.......... 11 U + pen ..... (dnt:r palc!J 2 oo oo the d.ema.nd fqr_ co ntinues fair, although sal-are fillers 6.lc @B.tc d d 9 @ d fin Good................... 13 @15 Hav&D& as' t' do 911 @l 00 t ted ., f 1 S ; 40., goo o. o., c. llc, o. e Fine. ... ... .... . .... 15t @11 H&'l'lllla Fll' n do 'l'!l @1 06 res riC W&l)t o se ect10ns. ales for the week do. do.; none selling ; do., common and fine Belectlons .... ... ..... ts Yaraassorted o t e usmess one has been in small lots to the Good leaf 15 @ l 8 iJU.Alund8. -Dark. I d h citl trade. The only sales which we hear of are tbe Pine o . 11 @90 ll'lne ... . ....... 118 oa nspect10n s unng t e month ofN ovcmber have been ., 1 h Good Shlppinlr lear ..... 16 @18 Good,falr ... ........... llll 2 150 hhds Maryland 414 d Obi 192 d K k O OWing, VIZ.: 9. hds., frosted, at 2ic., 3 .hhds., F!l.lnede. b't ___ .1,:,:;.. 1 18 8 e ................ 15 @80 I 1 0. 0, 0, entUC Y new cr t t d hbd _.. ,. .. and 2 Virginia; total, 2,758. op, on pnva. e erms, an I a baler at bri.llht do.. illi @811 Vli'glnla, extra .......... 28 @82 T IN J 19c lb. e ao do .. u @1!0 F!lie ................... 211 @118 OBAcco Bl'ECTIONS an. 1st, IS67; A d h h nl ..,Extrallulcyieaf .. 'I0,8l,I 1 'l'!l Common ... .. 1 ...... ... 10 @*I and same time 1866 : rnve smoe t e 26t t.: 24 hhds. Cleared sinCt ... luotlrl.-Common faciO-7'u!l8 ......... 10 7lUI the 26th ult. : For New York, 80 hhds. for Live1too ... ..... 8 @ 71: Tfllt't1/"'1'14o8 .......... ..... 50 ..,.... M lltm.d WW. s-. U.. Ulll. hhd ., C 1 .. ..., ... rydriedleat.... Si@ 91: FafiCII Tobapx!IJ.a.ry an ... 543 40,131 40,674 3l,Q24 B.; adiz, 132 hhds, Total, 246 hhds. toG Good do do ...... 18 @17 1fay Apple ......... .. 40 @80 Oh" 2 6 h d hipb --.2 Ked1um do ..... 10 @18 LldyFingero. ... '10 @8li Io. ... 21,381 21,407 15,567 ouses an on s OlllU not cleared on the 3d Selectlone do ... IS @90 Pocket Pieces .. : .::: 110 M Virginia.... 69 69 185 ml!t., 910 bhds. OAio.-In'ortogood com. 8 @ 6 BrlgbtTwlst(Vlrglnla) 40 eO K k Brown and Greenish.... 6 @ 8 Bright Gold Bare do : 40 @GO entuc Y 4 785 789 319 MANUF.A.CTURED TOBACCO. Kedlnmandllnered.... S @15 C'luara -Domeetlc M" 1" 7 W "th t 1 8 Seed and Havana I SSOurl. 1 62 e are aga.m W1 OU any speCla change to noti1 Fine I!Jlangled.. .... . 1 5 @iO per :at .. .. .' 5 5 00 @llO 00 in market for manufactured tobacco. The demaD Yellow do and fancy. !10 @80 ClearHavan& do .. .. --@,-T" t 1 hhd 6 t t b f d Afaryit ...... 55 @611 lmifff, F r k .l.' do do .. ...... 4ll Miioooboy ....... --@90 m e n 946 hhds. To Rotte rdam, 2,265 hhds, To Mar-or ampico, 23 p gs.; Or Matamoras, 38 do. Fillen do . . 9 @11 Rappee, French ... --@ 1 00 'll hhd T L Wrappeno, 1855 ..... .. 15 @llO do 1lne plaln .. -.... 811 SCI es, 474 B. 0 iverpool, 298 hhds, To Havre PBIL.lDELPBIA., Dec:. n. Flllen do .. .. ... 5 @7 Scotcb&Lundytoot .. --@-90 83'7hhds. Total 4.1819 hhds. Th h be Fine oelections,ISM. ... 80 @1!0 Common ... .... ... _@-15 E ere. as en no Improvement to notice in tae marGood do 80"@21! .Ltcorlc4 Gold ou,.,..nJJV XPORTSCODIDlencingJan.lst,IB67,andeametime ketforettherleaforma f: t dd h Ruaninglotodo 15 @iO H.M."IIorrlo,"M.&ll.," nu ac nre epastweek F!llere do . 5 1 soo lb. cases ..... 24 @-1866 : and sales are to small lots within the range of NWJ Yor.t ::G. c." 4liO lb co.w @--o W1llrl to. 7lUI Wat. /'r#l11otaltJ. nt41. s-. .,_ 1811. fonn t t Th k f fi airtoprime ....... .... 15 oao "P. G." 4liO .w -o Arnst rd. very ow, an pnces are commencing to look up Flllere... .... ... ... 4 @ & "G.IoF. 400 .oo -@ e am..... 6,032 6,032 4,226 S 1 f r. hhd uf: 1 8 4 "A.G.C." _, -o Havre&Dieppe. .. 5,032 5,032 3 442 onnectwut see e at 9c,@40c.; 4.6 do. Penn. do., a t And tbis leads us to address a word of expostulation to Virginia and other manufacturers 'throughout the count11, who are in the habit of shaping their business course by the statements in this column. If we have led such to understand that now was a favorable time for putting goods upon the market, we have simply b een misunderstood. While the prospect for the future is cheering, and while, with a reasonable degree of com mon sense exhibited in Congressional enactments, we hope that the New Year will bring us better times, the manufacturer in the interior should understand that the actual state of the market is utter flatness. It is true, that when sales are made to supply the legitimate demand, and not forced, prices are pretty well maintained ; but when they are made on compulsion, so to Rpeak, sellers have invariably to submit to very heavy sacrifices. We hear of one mstance in which a lot of goods was hawked up and down the market, and finally sold at the origmal offer1 which was five cents less than the tax. This, no ioubt was an extreme case; but it tells the story, in an aggravated fonn, of all the forced sales a.t present made. And not O{lly is this the temper of the trade now, but it must remain so for the next month at least. Since these are the facts of the case, manufacturers are very foolish to force their JFected Wrappero, 1864 ... 30 @45 ''WallleE%"400 .. .31 -o Bremen . . 565 20,959 21,524 14 ,433 er1 quo a Idons, e stoc o ne leaf, however, is f:@l6 ,li'J =: Rotterdam ... .,. 284 21,'726 22,010 1'7,245 caeso .a ew actunngleaf atl2c,; 4 CSI Fllllll"ll... .. . .. .. Si: 5 "Ynurrla" 400 .Jll -e Bordeaux 2 76 2 ,76 3-fc.@7tc.; 152 do. do. do. on secret terms 10 bales .1\omoyl-SN "' l,6 53 Ha a t 95 @a1 10 3 b 1 y .. 80 @8i "G.Z." -" Marseilles. ...... ... 2,431 2,431 N v naad ; aes araat .1.20; 160bxs. ....... cnme ........... 111 OS5 "Z.A." -" .IG E l d 234 avy an sat 60c.@dc.; 10 do. twist at SOc., and Rwming loto .... . 10 @14 "C."' A." -29i ng an . .. 1,682 1,916 627 25 bbls .. smoking (cut and dry) .. t 1"c.@30c. P!Den.... .. ...... ... 31:@ I "C. G." IG ..0 630 630 818 ,. 1 &ed.Loqf.-Belec II'. G F -e : The rmports of the t k h be F tt
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} THE TOBACCO lb. mfd., $'725 ; to Kingston, Ja., 1,177 lb. mfd., t260; baooo and 35,000 to Liverpool, 45,000 lbs. toto Lagua.yra, 1,017 lb. leaf, to _Port Spain, 9,35'7 bacco; to Vigo and .r neriffe, '74,000 cigars, 1,054 pk:ts. :lb. leaf, $4,'701: to Rio Janetro, 1 mgar case, $35; to cigarettes, and 2,500 s. scraps. Guantanama, i6,955 J.b. leaf, t5,435; to Matanzas, LONDON, Nof. 2N, ; 6;657lb. mfd., t1,84'7. Messrs. WM. BRAND:r's SoNS & Co., by special report RICHMOND. Dec. 7th, to the ToBAcco LEAF, say: Messrs. MILLS & RYANT report: Eor American here this week the inquiry New tobacco is coming in freely; the receipts averhas only been moderate and the market is slightly age 50,000lbs. daily. As to the qualitr of.the present easier. The sales have been 50 hhds. Missouri leaf at d fi th 1 5c@6!c, and 20 hhds.. ditto at 5ic@7tc; 50 hhds. crop, JU rom 6 ooBe now commg m, we Western strips at 6c@IOc, principally old, and a few tion that 1t is leafy ad free from dirt, but the majonty of that now being sen\ to our market lacks body, alretail transactions in Virginia leaf and strips. There though the most inftlrior tobacco is generally sent in at is some inquiry for export leaf for the Continent, tm. aeuon. Still, we thillk that at least one-half of the but no business yet done. There have been no arrivals. 910P laoks pro and BUbBtaooe, while the other half is LIVERPOOL, hf. 214, Gf t. r qulity. e lll&l'ket is animated, and Messrs. WM. BRANDT's SoNs & Co. report. aU are taken by the trade at fun prices. We A fair steady business has been done during the week in American tobacco at full rates. The chief demand and Very common, t3 ; medium to is for new Western strips and dry Missouri leaf 14@16. Le.r-Amtalon to good, t6@t10; mefor trade _purposes. For export there IS but little hnn do. stemming; 18@1!6. inquiry. Manufactured tobacco is dull. The imOld ,Tobaccw,-Prices are very firm, at our quota-ports oomptise be .I+ance from New York, with 10 tions for all sound and desirable tobaccos. The transhhds., and the Calhoun from New York, with 38 actioni for the past week have been 170 hhds, 31 tcs., hhds. and 71 bxs. Re'I'TIItDJ.M, Nov, 19th. Offered and Solil.-A meeting of the trade was held No blUlineU has been done inN orth American to bac-on Wednesday at the :&xc)lange to the sale of co past week, owing to the public sales of loose tobacco and tobacb o in hhdsf; E. 0. Nolting, Java which took place, and which have almost exclu Vice-President, in the chair, and R. A. Mills, Secretary. siYely engrnssed the attention of the trade; moreover, It was resolved tb&t the private sales commence at 11 bu. Java are to be o:l{e,:ed for sale by public o'clock and the public sales at nt, and that the sale of at duririg this Sales have loose at the-warehouses be suspended during the auction been here, at sale, of 324 ceroons Yara, sale at the Exchange. and 1!0 ceroons Cuba, ex Johann Emilio1169 bls. The aggregate amount of tobacco in the various ware"Tandem," and 55 bales do. "A. M.," and at Amster hOUSCil in the city is now about one thousand hogsheads, dam, 627 bales Java" Djarit." At the public sale held with a few tierces and boxes. We quote as follows: here on the 13th inst. of 4, '718 bales Java, "Tanl" and .Manufaoturi1tg Tobacco.-Lugs-Common to me"S. R.," 49 piles (1,214 bls. "Tanl") were sold at from dium dark working, 5c.@9c.; good do., 8c.@12c.; sun 29c.@152c.; 7 piles were bought in at 25-tc.@l50c., and ctmld., common, 7c.@12c.; do., good, 12c.@18c.; coal the balance has been withdrawn.. A similar result at cured, common, 9c.@15c.; do., bright, 12c.@25c.; do., tended the sale on the inst., of 3,070 bales Java, too@45o.. Leaf-Common dark working, 7c@9c.; "Loeko1\'ono" and" F. V. D. P.," out of which 25 piles medmm do. do., j good do. do., 15c.@17c.; were M>Jii at from 13}c.@9l!o..; 3 piles were bought in :tine a.n4l wrapping, 18c.@21c. ; sun cured, 15c;@25c.@ at from 45c.@66c., and the ba.lanoo was withdrawn. 32e.; yellow wrappers, common, 20c.@35c.; do. do., This adverse coUJ:se, however, is not attributable to the medium to extra, 40c.@.l@$2. unwillingness of buyers to I?urchase at full market Shipping Tobacco.-Lugs-Very{)ommon and heavy rates, buttJOlely to the high vtews of holders, who were weightll; 5 ; medil.; good, 8c.@12!c. only willj.ng to sell at pQ.ces ranging much in excess of Leat:.-Ji;nglish sbfp.eing, l8c.@22: ; Continental ship-the actllal valu.e. The 1,288 bls. Java.," S. R.," ping, I which 1'llre :from the pu.blie a,uotion of the Stemming TOOa.cco.-Leaf-Common, 13th iDs been old tio-day at private sale, and good, Me.ffH7c:; \&'J.l.@20c.c. Sterna-Very out ofthe portion bought in on the 14th inst., of the common to good, 1o..@4tc. head-marks "Loekowono" and "F. V. D. P.," 1,103 ST L01fiS, Detl. bls. ef the former -and 384 do. of the latter, have since Messrs. E. B. Boom & Co. report : ch:Ql n private tei'Vl The tDllowing are Receipts and business continue to decre&se, .only 45 he prices d r the other psl'Oels ttp at auction hhds. arrivin"' during the week, against 5'7 the preyious during e On th mst., l,Or7 bal-es week_ The have not been such as to Java "Banteng," JOc.@88!c.; 513 do. "Birit,' 24c.@ much interest to the market, and the season may be 12'7c.; 124 do." J. S. B.," 21c.@36c.; 1&6 do. "'V.R.." liaid to be virtually at an end. There is a fair demand, 22tc.@176c. 11638 jlo. "J. G. B.," 13c.@l0'7tc. (jn and the few parcels on the breaks from day to day the 16th inst., jlO bales lava "D. G. B,," bring good pnces ; but there is so little to be done that 890 do. "D. :F. S.," 26c.@82tc.; 321 do. Demtmgait, our quotations must necessarily be nominal Stock in 26!c.@l26c.; 182 ao. "Modjo," 24c.@186tc.; 116 do. warehouses only 800 hhds, Week's sales 36 hhds-3 "C. E. F.," ; 28 do. "T. H.," 46tc.; 1,0_54 serape, 19 lugs and 14 leaf, and 12 bxs. Bids on 51 do. "' S. M; V. M.," and 667 dp. "H. L.," hhd8. and 3 boxes rejected.. 13c.@39tc. The 40 1 ba..lcs "Cagaya_n" 'llmnday was Tlianisgtvinoo day, and no business "Ysabelle," ex Her Ma;esty, wh1ch we :tnenttOned ill was done. 0 our last, were to be offered for sale 'at public auction on Fridtry.-Of 41 hhds. offered, the bias of only '1 were the 14th inst., were sold partly by auction, at from accepted-1 scraps, tl 70; 5 lugs, t6 50@t!'1 90, and 1 6'l!o..@168c., and partly at private sale on secret terms. leaf at tl2 75 100 ibs. Lugs sold at very full ]_jrices, but leaf fell off below the views of holders. Saturday.-Market quiet and unchanged. Sales 1 hhd. at a4 90, and 1 at .10 25. Bids on 4 hhds. at $7 10@.12 '75 100 ibs. were rejected. Stock in warehOQM.oOilly llt BOe 'h.hdl. Mondau.-But little oitering, and prices high for the 1nality. have advanced. Sales 10 hhds.-1 at 3 50, 1 at t6 05, 4 at a'7 20@t7 75, 2 at t9@$9 65, 1 at ;_ and 1 at $20; 10 boxes at t4 90 1P 100 ibs. .Hids on li hhds. rejeeted. n.uday.-Market firm, and sales 7 hhds.-1 at t7 '70, 2 at as@t8 f.-0, 3 at .9@.9 50, and 1 at $10 50, and 2 boxes at tno 50@t15 '75 1P 100 lbs. Bids on 3 hhds. and 2 boxes rejected. Yeaterday.-The market was unchanged, and 10 hhds. were sold at *6 30@$11 50 100 lbs. Bids on 5 hhda. and 1 box rejected. We quote scraps at lc@5c ; lugs, o!c@So ; common leaf, 8c@9ic; medium do., 9c@ll!c; good shipping leaf, llic@15c; factory-dried leaf, 8f(iUc; dark fillers, 6c@Dtc; bright do., l<)c@26c; black wrappers, 13c@18c; good and fine bright leaf nominal at 25c@ 50c; fancy do., nominal at 60c to tl 25 1P lb. SJ.N P&J.lUJI8()0, Nev. 18tl. With the exception of a.. few transactions in the er grades of Virginia Manufactured, we have nothmg of interest to report. Supplies of all kinds are liberal The stock ofleaf is said to be large, with considerable now en rmae from the East. Prices, in consequence, seent to favor the buyer, and are at present nomi nal. At the close, Jones & Bendixen sold largely at public auction of old and inferior Virgiuia, being the balance of an importer's stock, of which considerable was in bond, yet sold at the long price subject to l5c lb. tax, viz. : 104 !-bxs Virginia i-fi>s Swan, 15ic; 23 t-bxs do. do. Warren, 15ic; 20 !-bxs do. do. :a:oscoe, 16-lc; 24'7 !-bxs do. do. F. P. & Co., Roscoe, 19lc; 200 !-bxs Virgj.nia lO's, Milton, 9:lc; 18 !-bxs Virginia polUlds, F. 8. & Co., 18ic; 39 !-bxs do. do. T. J. We'lft, ISle; 51 !-bxs do. do. Henry Giles, 61 -i-bxs do. do. Sallie Towns, 23c ; 2 t-bxs do. do. J. E. Early Gold Leaf, 22:; 14 cs Virginia. t-lbs, 40c tax, 47iwcENBER 12TH. By WM. ToPPIN Oo., 132 Church street, at 10 o'clock-A large ent of fancy good.ll, cigar boxes, cigar, mate mad ash stands, ciga.,; cases, etc. By HoYT & WIIIIJILER, 125 and 127 Duane street, at 10 o'clock__:A large assortment of fancy goods, cigar cases, etc. .FRID Y, DECEMBE1l13TH. J -By BuRDE'lT, Jo..__& Co., 109 Wall street, at 12 o'clock, in front ofthestore-A lot oftobacco pipes, etc. :J.FFJ.Ia IJ The order issued from the War Department since the the date at which the estimates for the military service for the :fiscal year ending June 30, 1869, were prepared and SElnt to the Treasury Department, made these esti1118.tes so mate that Gen. Grant transmitted the others w CQngress to be considered in lieu of them u.nder the head of" Army Appropriations." The estimated amount required was '51,039,134, but is now reduced to t37,50'7,5l2, which is caused by suspending enlistmehts army is brought to its authorized minimum strength, at whic-h it is now proposed to keep it. The letter of the Chief of Engineers explains the decrease in his estimate for fortifications, etc.: Surveys of the Northern and Northwestern lakes and purchase and 'repair of iumuments to t632,500 from $2,507,000, which sum includes $2,245,000 for fortifications, etc., and $242,000 for s urv eys of the Northern and North lakes, and i20,00El for the purchase and repair of instruments. The result of all this is an aggregate reduction of. ,842,000 in the estinlates for the military 11ervice for the next fiscal year. An order from the Commissioner of Internal Reven.ue, a.pprov!ld by the Secretary of the Treasury, for bids Collectors of lnterp.al Revenue to allow any dis tilled sphi.ts to, be removed, or to accept bonds for such remova1, eithe.r from a distillery to a bonded ware house, class A or B, in the same (Ustrict1 to a class B :rarehouse in anothe district, unless the shipping col lector shall have had official information that the ware house to which it is proposed to remove the spirits has been approved oy the Department under the regula tions of August 29, 186'7, series 8, number 9. Lists of the warehouses bonded under these regulations will be published weekly; which will be regarded by all par ties interested as official. The U&otional .currency issaed from the Printing Bureau of the Treasury Department during the week ending to-day amounted to $505,500. The amount fi>rwarded during the same period was as follows : to the Assistant at New York, *100,000; to the Assistant Treasurer at Philadelphia, $200,000, and to National Banks and others, 1228,242. To the Assistant Treasurer at New York there was also forwarded the week tzoo,ooo in United States notes. The United. States Treasurer ,holds in trust for the National Banks $3'18,9'19,'700, of which $340,982,'750 is soourity for circulating notes, and $38,018,950for deposits of public moneys. The National Bank notes issued during the week were $321,'700, and the amount issued to date is a406,03'7,691. From this is to be deducted the currency returned, including wornout notes, amounting to $5,314,535, leaving an actual circulation at this date $299,'723,146. The amount of fractional currency redeemed and destroyed during the week was $459,000. The receipts from internal revenue sources to-day were $519,299, and the receipts for the week ending to-dn.y amount to $6,6'72,856. The total n.mount for the fiscal year to date is $91,793,617. to the official report of General Spinner; Uuited States Treasurer, the amount of semi-annual duty from national banks during the last fiscal year was $9,657,616. To this should be added the tax paid by the banks to the Internal Revenue office, namely, -tax on dividends, license fees, etc. The Com missioner of Internal Revenue says: The license or speoial tax imposed upon National bal)ks, ate banks, and private banks and brokers, and the amount col lected from all these sources duriag the last fiscal year was $1,433,'715. The tax upon dividends and profits is imposed upon all incorporated banks, whether State or National, a.nd from sources there was oollecteil t3,774,975. The tax is imposed directly upon the Messrs. dams, Allison, Ab.derson, Archer, Arnell, capital. There was collected in tbe last fiscaf year on Ashley of Ohio, Ax tel, Baker, Banks, Barnes, Barnum the circulation, *208,2'76 ; of this amount a small portion Beal'DI.an, Beck, Benjamin, Benton, Bin(J'ham, Bout: was paid by National banks on their otwell, Boyer, Bromwell of lllinoi11, Brook:, Buckland, standmg State circulation." Burr, Butler, Carey, Churchill, Clarke of Ohio, Clarke The Secretary of the Treasury sent a communication of Kansas, Cobb, Coburn, Cook, Covode Cullum, to the House, in response to a resolution !asking him to Dixon, Dodge, Donnolly, Driggs, Eckley, Eggleston, inform them of the amount of any sinking fund set Ely, Eldridge, Farnsworth, Ferris, Ferry, Fields, Gal apart under the act of February 25, 1862, and where laday, Graveley, Griswold, Halsey, Hamilton, Harding, and how the same has been invested. says that no Hawkins, Hill, Higby, Holman, Hopkins, Hotchkiss, special fund has ever been actually set apart in pursuHubbard of Iowa, Hulburd of New York, Hunter, ance of that act, which declared that the coin received Ingersoll, Jones, Judd, Julilm, Kelley, Kelsey, Kerr, from customs should be set apart as a sinking Ketcham, Knott, Koontz, Laflin, Lawrence of Ohio fund and applied-First, to the p_ayment of the interest Lincoln, Loan, Logan, Loughridge, Lynch, Marvin; on the bonjl&Dd no&e.!l of he "Umted IIOOQnd, tp 1\faynard, McCarthy, McClurg, Mercur, Miller, Moor the purooa!le or payme t f one per centum of the enhead, Morgan, Mullins, Munger, Myers1 Newcomb tire debt of the United States, to made within each Niblack, Nwm, O'Neill, Orth, Paine Pbrham Pne' fiscal year, after the first day of July, 1862, which is to Plants, Paisley, Robertson, Ross1 Schenck' be set apal't as a fund, and the o which Bhanks, Smith, Starkweather, Stevens of New Hamp: sball in like man.ner be applied to the pay.shire, Stevens Pennsylvania\ Stewart, Stokes, Tayment of the public debt as the Secretary of the Treasury lor, Thomas, Tnmble, Trowl:lndge, Upson, Van Aer shall from time to time direct ; third, the residue thereof nam, Y an Horn of Missouri, Trump, Van W yck, the Treasury of' the United States, as the Washbum of Indiana, Washburn ofWisconsin Welker provision in the act for a sinking fund to, be applied to Williams of Pensylvania, Williams of the payment of the debt of the Government could not of Iowa, Wilson of Ohio, Wilson of Pennsylvania well be enforced while the Government continued to be Woodbridge-127. Nays-Ames, Ashley of Nevada' a borrower of large sums of money, n.nd the public debt, Blaine, Broomall, Davis, Eliot, Garfield Getz by reason of the rebellion, to increase. Mr. brenner, Grover, Haight, Hooper, Hubba;d of Connec McCulloch says his predecessors in office found themticut, Humphreys, J'ohnson, Lawrence ofPeunsylvania selves unable to create and apply the sum contemplated. Randall, Sitgreaves, Spaldipa, Taber Van Auken' The Secretary, in the conclusion of the repQI"t, says: Ward, Washburne oflllmois, Washbu;n of Notwithstanding for the reasons heretofore stated, setts, W oodward-24. no special sinking fund been set apart and applied Mr. ConnETr introduced the following resolution to the payment ofthe public debt in any particular form, which was adopted: with separate account kept of the fund so created. If Resolved, That the Committee on FiDance be inthis course was contemplated by the statute, the provi-structed to inquire into the expediency of reportinoo a sions of the act have, since the close ofthe rebellion, been bill to authorize the Secretary of the of ''the substantially complied with by the application of coin United States to contract a loan and issue of the receipts ?f the Government, m amounts greater than. United States for the same, re,deemable at the pleasure that reqmred by the act, to the purchase and payments of the Government after 20 years, and payable in 40 of the public debt of the United tates, and since years, interest at the .rate of :five per cent. per September, 1865, that debt has been diminished *206, a.nnum, prin01pal and interest payable in gold and to 185,121. Congress having taken no action in view of place the same upon the market, for the of re the course pursued bythe Department, it has been inaeeming the United States bonds, commonly called ferred that it was virtually approved. In case, how: Five-twenties, as they mature. ever, it should be deemed advisable, and the form Mr. HooPER moved to suspend the rules that he should be prescribed by Congress, aoooun.ts can 'be might. offer the following Resolved, That in opened with the sinking fund, commeneing in 1865. the opinion of this House, the amount of revenue annuThe amount of the public debt liquidated by the proally collected by taxation shall not exceed three hun, ceeds of coin can be ascertained and the exact pro vi-dred millions of dollars ; that 'the Committee on Ways eions of the law complied with from that date. In the and Mean be instructed to report a bill so modifying event 1 however, that a sinking fund for the payment of internal-t:ttation as to reduce the revenue from interthe public debt is insisted upon, I poncur ill th.e o:p,inion nal taxes a&ad tariff duties to three hundred millions of of my predecessor in office that it shonld 0e managed. dollars ; attd that the Commit ee on Appropriations be by a boa.i.-d of officers design,ateii for that I instructtJd not to exceed that amount, mcluding inter still, however, adhere to th6 opint&n above expressed, est on the public debt in the a.pproJlriations reported to that the most method of diminishing the the House. In support of the resolution, Mr. HooPER public debt is to apply directly to the purchase or pay-said: It has alwa.rs been considered that this House ment any exce!IB ofrecei-ovet the pUDe tnnta of the nation, and should deter-_____ :.A, .... _.., -----mme the aulOnnt of m011.ey the people be called DOINGS GF ()0 tj1r BSS. up to f!U'Itish for the use of the Government as well as the mode in which it should he furnished. Upon this A'!E. theori e practice is basQd of originating all The the stab g c:loqumttees: bills e olUle Of During the Foreagn Relatwns-Mr. Sumner, Chaull}an; Me srs. oon11 war of. the rebei.liQD, Congress was necessaril Fessenden, Cameron, Harlan, Morton, Patterson of obliged to depend on the departments for informatio J{ampshire, Johnson. Finance.r S e an as to the of money that would be re Chamnan ; o an hlk!e, qui.red by the ; but the time has now Cattell, mJ-1 ?f ..4ppropnaretumed when it become!! the duty of this Mr. f Mwne, i?haD"man;. essrs. lfoUBQ to judge and' determine. .With the assistance Grimes, Howe, W tlson, donkh-!1$ Guthne. _Gom,. of the able reports from the several departments, which Chandler Ch;urman i .oo.essrs. Mornll of have been laid before the Honse, there can be no diffiame, Morgan, Corbett, Patterson of Tencu1ty in possessina all the information to form a just nessee, Doolittle. Ma'f Sprague, ChairconClusion in to the amount that should be 1D8D; Mess';'S. Pomeroy, Yates, Cole, Dh;o:u,. drown by taxat10n from the people. The 6Tst effective A resolut10n was oft'ered by Mr. MORTON requestmg step to keep down tne expenditures, and to secure an the of the Treasury to report to the Senate economi'cal administration is to limit the revenue to the amount and character of the taxesle"J.ed and col-the sum required for that 'purpose, and never was this leoted by the several States from. the National morjl important than at this time, when the industrial also the amount of b?nds depostted by them wtth interests of the country are oppressed almost beyond Government as the ount flf inter4!"t pa1d by oontinuance 1of those heavy thereon annually m gold, and the value thereofm legal-of taxation which they cheerfully e bi\e war tender notes. At of Mr. of 'I'endered them necessary, but whUlh he people now Vermbnt, the words mcludmg the amount. rece1ved claim to be no louaer necessary. It appears by therefor were inserted in the first clause. The port of the Secret;ry of the Treasury that the revenue resolu,t10n was then adopted. thelear ending the 20th of June 1867 was four On of Mr. the Senate up Mr. hundre and ninety millions, and he the reveEDMUfDS faith oF the_Umted States nue iOr the year ending 30th of Juse, 1868, at four to the payment ofthe _public .m com. Mr. HEN-hundred and seventeen rmllions, and for the year endDRICKS o:a:ered a substttute, that: Wltereas, !ng the 3pth of June, 1869, three hundred and eightyThe of the States, except one 1nillions. The expenditllljes for 186'7 were three proVtded b_y law, was illcurreRICKS both ly reduc.e ex;penditures in all branches of the service, would go to the Comn;utte(,l on He didnot I think 1t 'should be done for the purpose of reliev them. to apply to mdebtedness illcurred the illg_ the people from a portion, of the heavy taxation of the Umted States currency. On mot10n of which the industry of the country, and Mr. SHERMAN they were so referred. not for an 1mmed1ate reduction of the public debt. The HOUSE. only way to secure eoonomy in the expenditures, is to The following is the vote_by which the impeachment diminish the supplies, and in doing that, the heavy folly was killed: Y Anderson, Arnell, burdell of taxation, which is now weighing on the peo Ashley of Ohio, Boutwell, Bromwell, Broomall, Butple, will be lightened. The Qest way.to the ler, Churchill, Clarke of Ohio, Clarke of Kansas, money 'in circulatioa is to diminish the amount eucted Cobb, Coburn, Covode, Cullom, Donnelly, Eckley, from the people, by taking off fifty millions from the Ely, Farnsworth, Graveley, Harding, Higby, Hop-taxes; that much is left in possession of kine;,. Hunter, Judd, J nlian, Keller, Kelsey, Lawrence wllich they can use for other 1 purposes. W b,ile Mr. of vhio, Loan, Loughndae, Lynch, MayHooper was speaking, membel's gathered around him, nard, Mullens, Myers, Newcomb, evincing great interest and anxiety on the subject, and Nunn, O'Neat, Orth, raine, Pile, Price, Schenck, makingvarious uggeetiolls. Mt. STJ:vBq ) anted Shanks, Stevens of New Hampshire, Stevens of to know how the Committee on W a.p an eans was Pennsylvania, Trowbridge, to distribute the and Van Horn of M1ssoun, Ward, Wtlhams of PennMr. Hooper to gtve some on that '}X>mt. sylvania, Williams of Indiana, and Wilson of PennMr. HooPER said tbat that:Was a matter not for him, but sylvania-57. Nays--Messrs. Adams, Al)ison, ,Anres, foFthe Committee. Mr. E suggested-an amend Archer, Ashley of Nevada, Axtel, Bailey, Baker, Bald-ment about limiting the internal taxation to whisky win, Banks, Barnum, Beaman, Beck, Benjamin, ;Benton, and tobacco. Several other suggestions were made Bingham, Blaine, Boyer, Brooks, Buckland, Burr, liut as the Ifouae refuSed fu suspend the rules, in orde; Chanler, Coqk, Carey, Driggs, Dawes, Dixon, Dodge, to let Mr. Hooper's resolution be offered, th whole Eggleston, Eldridge, Eliot, Ferry, Fields, Gar-matter f1,1ll through for the present. field, Getz, Glossbrenner, Gollady, Griswold, Grover, Haight, Halsey, Hamilton, Hawlcins>' Hill, I;Iolman, INTERNJ.L REVENITE Hoopers, Hotchkiss, Hubbard of Iowa, Hubpard of __ l "\Vest Virginia, Hubbard of Connecticut, Hulburd, There have b e en no seizures of tobacco since our last Humphreys, Johnson, ,")'ones, Kerr, report, the liJle oftlie Pine-streE1t officials having been Knott, Koontz, Lafhn, Lawrence ofPennsylvama, Lmentirelyoccupied in attending to the investigation of coin, Marshall, Marvin, McCarthy, McCullough : Miller old cases. of Pennsylvania, Moorhead, Morgan, Mungen, Nib-.A cigar suit commei:wed sO'lonoago as Octobf!r 1866 lack, Nicholson, Perham, Peters, Phelps, Pike, r:lants, has been finally decided in of the Polan,d, Poesly, :r:ruyn, Handal.l, R9bmso As 'the law under which the actibn wall commenced has Ross, Sawyer, 1tgreaves, Smith, Bpaldmg, Starkw 11. been repealed, and all present interest thus taken from ther, Stewart, Stone, Taber, Taylor, Qpson, Van Aer-the case, we do not now think it worth while to dwell nam, Van ..;\-ukerl, Van Trump, _Va_n Wyck, Washburrt upon tlie details: The investigation into the Forsyth WlScon tn, Washburne of lllinots, Washburn. of In-street case is still proceeding. diana, -w:ashburn Welker, Wtlson of In the ca.se of 5eizur e at Greenpoint, referred to Iowa, Wilson of Oh10, W oodbndge, and Woodward-m our last tssue, 1t IS understood that the parties :rre 108. preparing' to contest the matter in the Courts. .As one Mr. ScHENCK, from the _Commltt.ee on Ways and of the preliminaries, it is said t)lat an attempt will be reported back the declarmg that from and made to prove that the tobacco of the factory was after 1ts the authonty of the to never sold under 23c., although the bill of ale are auy reduct1on m the currency, by rett.rmg or cancelmg now under the control of the officials wherein to is suspended. running. discusbacco is charged at 1 '7c.@18c. As this leaves only s10n, m which the Impeachment question got wxed up, from two to three cents for the cost of production, it ensued Schenck, Ingersoll, Stevens of does not take one from the grave to tell that there is a Pennsylvama, Logan, Garfield and. others; but _Mr. pretty African in that fence. pnt an tO it by !D-ovmg previOus There IS some trouble about the inspection marks q\j-est10n on the bill. The PF.eVlous quest10n was seon imported cigars, caused by he action of the Cus Mnded by 94 to .he bill by reas 12'7 to tom-house people, and a suit has arisen out of the ma.t-24 nays. The followmg IS the vote m detml: Yeaster, of which we may have something to say next week_ Proposri Plaa fer Ute bSJetlUoa ad Ctlleetlea 1r tbe Reveaae oa Maufadare To)aeee u SaC BY F. A. PRAGUE, ciNCINNATI, 0. 1st. In peetors' brands or stencilt! shJill be prepared by_ the Govemmen_t at Washington, and shall be of umform sty:Ie ar;d stze and of some intricate design, not easlly countert:eited. They shall 'Qallaa Ul.d of the mspector, the number of colleCtion name of the State, the kind f>f tobaCco contamed m the l?ackage, and the date of inspection.. They shall be furmshcd to the inspectors through the 9olleetors of the districts the and shall m all be returned to the COllector en from any cause the mspector ceases to act as such. 2d. Th,e Government, in addition to the s brands or stencils, sha.ll have engraved in the h1ghest degree of art, and _printed on bank-note paper, a stamp or stamps to be known as the United 'l'obacco Stamp; said stamps to indicate upon. the1r face the following weights, viz : 1 and 2 oz. ; 1 quarter pound; 1 hf. pound 1 2 3 4 5 6 'l 8 9 10 ,,,,,.,,,,,, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, _70,,80,,901 100 pounds. 3d. The s_tamp .mdicatmg wetghts nmning from 1 oz.. to 1 pound mclusive, shall be of shape and lliBe er marked A; nd the s amp wetghts runrunofrom 2 to 100 pounds sivc, shalt be of shape size as per sample henlwith enclosed, marked B. They shall have plank spaces on them for the number of the factory using them and for the. date of placing them on the package _wll be tssued ill and charged to lectors of the distncts wherem tobacco is manufactured. 4th. Inspectors shall weigh, or cause to be d all tobacco and snuff manufaQtqreu in their (save as may be put up in quantitiei of au d and less), and shall place upon jhs side, ao !n &se upon head of the a distinct of offi01al or stencil; said brand or d1cate :he kmd oftobacco contained in the the net w01ght thereof, the date of the of the State, an_d number of the collectH'm district_ The mspector receive from the tnrer! and hall place on the opposite side from his in spectiOn brand on each package a stamp \]I.e date d of which must correspond with that of 1Us -spect10n, and must als.o have the factory number there on.. 'f!te stamp shall all cases be put on with a paste that wtll allow of being removed by the use of water (kind and quahty to be designated by the GoveJ,'D.Dlent), an,d shall. cancelled by sinking the let ters "tt S. through them ill to the package with a 1 die.. 6th. All foil and papered goods, and all description& of tobaccO a.nd snuff, shall be put up in qua.nt1t1es of not less than one (1) oz. All of one pound and less shall in no case contain a part. of ounce, and all faekages of the weight .o Olll and upward shal in no case contain the frao. t10nal part of a pound. 7th. All manufactured tobaCco and snuff put tlj) itt packages of one pound and less quantities shaU, whtln offered for sale, have upon each package' the Govera. ent stamp denoting their net wetght. 8th. The bond. given by the manufacturers of tobacco and enuff, Bhall m no case be less than ten thousand ($10,000) dollars, and shall be as much more than this sum as the collector and assessor of the district deem necessary for the safety of the Government '!'hey shall be signed by not less than two,ersons as each of whom shall be. worth, free o all ificumb ........... the amount of the bond. 9th. Tobacco stamps shall be iasued a.nnfacturers, on l'pplioation. to 6ollecte iD sue iti1,1s &!1 they may desire to >yithin twenty-five per cent. (25) of the amountof theu boncl; but when at limit is reached they shall ither give an addi al bond or make & deposit, to consist of cash or Government bonds wit!J. the collector, in an amount equal to the amount of stamps drawn. note.) lOth.. The manufacturer sha arnis the pe wit ch tatnps as will be reqalred tolio o all inspected 1:fy' ar;d shall cause to be p acedsubJect to the exammat1011 of the inspeetor-<>n all packages of one pound Mid, le includina foil and paperea goods,. the staUJ.p indicating net weight of same. 11th. Factones for the manufacture of tobaoc4r.and shall be numbered, begiJ;ming with one, and' run to the whole number m any one collection dis tnct, order he product of any ope factory can be eastly trace(! to place of ru.an\llacture, and also to p11event the reworking of one factory the tobacco man by another, which practice hereafter sha.ll be discontmued, and not allowed under any whatever, a manufacturer only being allowed to r11: the tobacco of his own manufacture. 'Vhen a manUfacturer shall have ret11rliei1J him goods his own production; he shall report t!Ie same to the mspector. If upon examination the inspec tor is that the goods are the product Qf the he shall give him a certificate to that effect, s.tatmg number of date of inspection, and wmght of contents. Th1s certificat shall be pre to the assessor, who shall send an assistant to exarmne the tobacco, and erase from the packages the inspector's and the Government stamp. A sworn statement, siooned by the manufacturer 8llcl assessor, shall ?e made in duplicate g1ven th&' collector, showmg the numbe.r of stamps and weight. of. each destroyed. The manufacturer shall then re celve credit on e as sor's and collector's the nlllnber of pounds so returned, and the t 0 shall be deducted from his assessment from the next month following. The shall go back.j.nto the manufaoturer's stock, and when sold Cir sen' QlJt again shall go as other'tobacco, subject to the tax. 13th .Any person or pery!ons who shall cut or preJ?f':re. b nd col s e .il wMfh shall be o.be lly a Jl' iJ1 lieu of the genwne mspect10n brand or stencil prepared by the shall, upon conviction, be impris onell for the term of not less than three years, the same penalty to apply to the person .or persOllll using the same, .and also to the owner or owners of the factor whereill or on whose tobacco the brand ontencil is uwe& 14th. Dealers, when they ha.ve emptied a faobge that has contained manufactured tobacco or en if. ahill at once destroy the inspection brand or stencil a-dd the Government stamp is thereon, and shall be subject to a fine of $50 for failure to comply proviaon, and any person or persons who sball sell or give away any empty!ackagErs has contained manufactured tobacco an snuff, Without first removing the brand the Government stamp, shall, upon con VlCtlOn, be subJect to a fine in the sum of 00 for each package so sold or given away; and a.rl' anufacturer v.;ho use any package or part of a that has maJ?;ufactured tobacco or snuff Without the illspect10n brand and the O:overnment statnp first.being removed such or part .of a package, shall, upon conV1ct10n, be fuied m the sum of not less than $100 for each package or part ofpackag,e,.io used and shall be imprisoned for notr less than threC""years.. 15th. It shall be the duty of the o cers of the Gov ernment to seize all tobacco found on the market for sale that has not been properly mped as before stated. 16th. All common car,riers shall. be ,llr i d from transporting manufac ured tobacco and snu unless the be properly in.spooted and or it shipped m bond undet ,treasury regulations, 17. The bond of the inspector shall not be less than $1o,o_oo, and shall be signed by \yo go()4 d IIJ6ient suret1es, each of whom shall be worth, o>c r aU iriaebtea ness, the amount of the bond.

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:4 l THE T .OB.A.CCO LEAF. Iew York C X ew York Commission Merchants. Kew on Merchants. Jr. Y. Commission Merchant& & 00 .. BULKLEY &: MOORE, VIRGINIA IRGINIA 10 AGENCY. VIRGINIA AID BORTH ClROLIIl TOBACCO. DOHAN, ) ESTABLII 1836 J P:ternal Rt Bonded Warehouse, Thirty-second (;{u.lection District. & co., I OOMMISSION MERCHANTS .J AND .&GJ:NTil lOR 'l'BII U.LE 0 1' .MANUFACTURED TOBACpO, \ W oald ..U tbo alkntlo n of tile Trade t.o the follo 'lrill & Oelobr<d Br&Ddl of MAB'UI" A.OTUJitED TOBACCO: El Jewel of Ophir, Sploer'a Cream of Ylrlnla, Louis D Or, CMII,m's Wine Sap, Calleso, Colden Seal, "'oJeter'a Queen of Hearts, is, Briton's is, C. W. Spicer, R .lohnson Co., Crean Winne, ,T. c. Williams co., .E'erguaon Chambers, [ 76-1 27] Diadem, VIrgin, Old Dixie, Peerless, -lohn K. Childrey, J. B. Pace a. Co., Harris 4 Pendleton, Crant A Wil lams, McEnerJ Bro. William Long, Thomas Oliver, s. w. Venable & Co., And others. 'SONS & 191 STREET. AC.NTS FOK TNEISALE OF VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAB.OLI!IA Leaf and Manufactured xobacco. I We otrer Ule Trade the followiDg Brandt, from llOIBe of Ute OLDBST AND BEST HANUJ'.ACTU'RKRS 9F. VIRGINIA : Harmony, Temptation, Garibaldi, Jerry White, Atlantic Cable, 1. Jl. Walker, Look and Buy, Dixie's Deligb.t, G. W. White, Old Dominion, Innocence, Paul Pittman, .. Old Virginia, Fanny Evans, C. Carter, Independence, Prontier, Elbert, S. E. White, W. T. Stovall, Oceanica, Eureka, John :Bull, Golden Age, Cavalier, Bandolpla, llagnetie Yoke NO. i 0 ERCHANTS, STREET, 1[, '.E 01' The Polowing Well-kn.owri and Justlr Otlebrated Brands of Virginia GRAIIT & WILLIAMS, RUSSELL & ROBIJfSON, J. G. DILL, J. K. CHILDREY, L. H. FRAYSER & CO., TURPIN & YARBROlJGH, J. B. PACE 6 CO., THOIIAS 6 OLIVER, &iEANER. & WINNIE, ""BARRATT'S CROWN, REUBEN RAGLAND, GILMAN & .MALLORY. CHEIVES & OSBORNE, DAVIS & SON, DUKE OF ATHOL. Tobacco Commission Merchants ; ... .._ KREMELBERG & CO., lfEWYOBK, UID F. L. BRAUNS CO., BAI.TIIIOBB. Tobacco CommiDion len:hants. branda of J.loorlee Pae&o, .,....., '"'poriCODI!I\antly O D han d and for aaJe, lD boD4 M' dntT )ald, lu lots to sui&. purchalwl.. ee-tw CLEMENT READ, J. P wmiamaon's Tom TAumb and .June Apple, Ul> D ......... JlcCorkle's Virginia and Gold VIRGINIA SMOKING TOBACCO AGENCY. VIRGINIA AND LEAF ''ROBERT s. BOWNE, :: .. "BRAMHALL. & co., e .GOQ c. w. Spicer' May Apple, 18 corner .of Water-St., w a.w .. neao., GJTD,w ... .,.eo., M h Fuller & Wilkerson's Gold Leaf. SOLE ACENTS FOR u-,.o.,.,.. -..or-.LL ere ant, THOIAS & OLIVER'S wATTS cR.a.n a: oo. 7 ... 8!,!':, .. ork, miE-C1JT, sn-. """ Oronoko. CELBIRATIB VffiGINIA SMOKING WIIA0008. J 1 T 0 8 A c c 0 : LEADING BRANDS: No. 43 BIO.&JHI'fBDT, DW-YOIIE. .!> A .NUFACTUR.,D SMOKINC SKOKDIG: Zepltyr Diamond, etc., etc. maaoaoblpm-to- .,., ..... >:.1W the Thing (Pocket Choice." SNUFF: 1 .. Venable's Carolina Belle .' ROSE, OLIVE, ROYAL !f1C .. ET, 0 D.C.llayo'a Bavy "PioneeroftheOldDominion." l lit-lOT STAR, BELLE,. K." lU-fm J ... 11111-...1 f Ind ..._ OronokO 108. Ba.WI!DRG. J. lt. COHJCN. P J'BI NG.UI'l'. C' ., __ .. 0 u 'v0\"\"1.\'\\.\ ... '>\\.0\\. \'\,o<,\'1: .. \.\"'.\\\ Jt P. Clinton' Sweet POIIJUia. Just the. Thing. ELl E I CGHE & co. WM. T. COLEMAN s. SJ1!LLING & SON' OF NEW-'ORK SEED-LEAF TO HAC CO INSPECTION. ComUJission llerchants. COlniiCmUT S'Eiii!FroB!CCO, :o:I L m A. F T 0 :a A. c c 0 New York: I San Francisco: o.lTIW&ter...u..t,ewYork,&Dd ........ TOBAOOO IDPBOTED OR SA ED. 1J N o 117 Front Street. Cor.C&Iifornia&FrontSta. ---------OerUet.lol lieo ror .. ..,. ...., ODCI 11,. ..... u \c! Dllmbe e 149 Water-street, ne1r Malden-lane, NewYork. I .1 Sf.ol'lge and Labor the Lo-t Rata. I!Jio Cottons P,fRJNOANT & CO., Walnut-at.. Cincinnati, 0. H,..sae--HFrb:r.U>eeo..-catva t BUNZL & DOB.J[ITZER, N. I- I BROS .& CO Jo,.w.,.oaabloclto .. ua'lowllpno. 128-148 -... L.ICHTENSTEI -. t TOBAcco. 126 Water-st., N-York, = N o. 74, 78 .;, E 76 or-wioll..ueet. And 32t :4'7 YORK, I. & J. SCHOTTINFELS, D mmi:s,;iou tr ehaut,;, IKPORTIKS O F .&liD 1 U.L nne 00 H. FRIEDMAN. -Banaa u Domestle tJlgars, Leaf, tJbewtag, Saeklas ToHeeos, TOBACCO Con:unission Merchants, No. 1o8'Water Street, New-York, DOIIISTIC: AID JtllEIQN L'R.U TOB!OOt. Liberal cUb adnnees made o n corudpmeata of IAaf B. SCBVBART CO., Com Ketchmts i AL80 IMPOBTBB8 Oil' A.'ND DBA.J.Eil8 IN .lLL KINDS 01' EAF :10. 146 WATER-STREET, '\'I'IIM ,. E. & 00., DEALlilRS IN ALL KIN D S OF at: Pill[ and Smotin[. TobacCos, L l j. and lm}IUl'tcl Saa:ars, an4 Smotcri' AI1iclfts Goo6rallJr l&f SOUTH W 4 TEa t CHICAGO. -'0. :w. BT,AXJlXOBE, 0.-Late ot B.a.cox. CLA11DY & Co. S X. P .A.B:1UlR, Late of Jty ER N > .COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS, AND ( 'l \; ,) j I IIIIUQIJ I_, 181 PEARL STREET, NEW YORl(. IJJJEBAL .ADVANCES M.d.DE ON CONSIGNMENTS. !Ill VliGIBIA AND BORTH CARnLilU TOBACCO !GElfCY. Internal Revenue Bonded Warehouse, Thi:rtysecond Collection District. SAMUEL AYRES, SON-& CO., (LATE OP RICHMOND. VA.,,) OOMMISSION MERCHANTS .AlfD &811RTS FOR 'fiD !!ALE OJ' and Manufactured Tobacco, 64 WATEBSTREET, OW-YORK, .,. alwaYe a bud a large IMOrtmellt f the ariOIJS gracleiJ o f MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, ;11 c..a ol tiM beM br&Dda .muutaotuecltn Virginia ud Nonh .&1.110, SOLB: AG IN'1'8 .I'QII 'I'BII: OIILIBBA.TED PIPES, AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. C on s tantly on hand the 11neot and m oot celebrated Branda of V.IllGINIA P l ug and Smokin g Tob&cco. Wholell&le Dealen iu all kinda of Le..r To'b&eco and Cigan. PETER 8, MARCH. WM. H. PRICE. EDWIN P. MARCH. PRIC & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 91 'W' at;e r Street;, 2211 Front-street, _.\gents for the s&le of the followlnr Well-InoWit alld l:elebrated Brands O f VIRGINIA TOBACCO, V i rginia State, Globe, Continental Metropolis, Etc. Etc., "l!o, all kind nf 11118. B. FALLEN8TEIII & 8018, TOBACCO 1.11d M.aoafactu.red Tob a e c o. H. THIERMANN, COMMISSION MERCHANT, AODDJallJ Leaf & Manufactured Tobacoo, BO.lU WATD-BTB.DT, llr.W-YOB&. JOSEPH HICKS, Commission Merchant. .um ........... MANIIACTIRED rACCO. Bo. BS Water-Btreet. BEWYOBJl. NEW-YORK. Oommi88ion llercllants .And General B. C. BAKER, SON & CO., Commission Merchants, Tobacoo and Cotton F actors, L. H. NEUDECKER & CO., CHARLES C. DXGBL, lohaua Qtommission ittuhants, leaf and Manufactured Tobacco TOBACCO PRESSERS. Leal Tobaceo pretaed ln bale for the l n dl ea, -., On&n1, American, and ot.her marketa. 'l'OBA.OOO P.A.OKnrB ROGBJDI.A.DB. t70 WATER STREET, N.Y. Commission llerchants. No, 182 Water Street, New York, AliD CHAS F TAG Ne. 142 Pearltreet, Commission Merchant & 00., NEw-Yoax. BOLE AGBNTS J'OR I'EUDEOKER BROS., RIOHMOND, VA. .56 Cedar Street IMPORTER OF SPANISH, IDWDM.Bic".::York. IM-!Mil 8 ... .. r < LE.AlmADFEALET mo]Acs OCP 0 l tat 0 1 .. h a tta, JOHN .. DEEN' BRO., ... 9 Meldenlane ifl".wmw1!.::: t h t NO. 1 84 F:ROBT-STREET, InfWYOBX. 'tll.,....,. .... .ctJl COJolMISI!ION lllEBCH.&N T S AK'D .IMPORTERS OF. 87-eZ 'NEWYOBX. W'M.II. Pa8, 1 .-..-" .em onu or ... .LII.'IB. 1._. C. LAY .0IPE S, "" r .. J lf.ATBAII,61 WATER-STREET, ;t-TEW-YORK. 78-Pearl New'"York, il.1 llliii:RCHAlaT ill I H A T H A W & Q 0 HAvANA Leaf aDd llanufacturecl Tobacco tltifF A.VC TLON TIU.DE' SA.Ll!J ,o; O.rt NATHAN & CO., L f d II r. ed T And C igar R i bbon s or every deocrl p tlon. loondon, naland, ea an anu.aclur obacco and Cigars 30 CMar-e&ree&, New-York. AndAgeaefeo in IJve rpool Brutol &BritlahCokml.eo. :a. .... .A. T:mlE'I. &TlE'I.:BI:BIT,. J.V:JDVV 'YOlE'I.H:. I!F'Qonel gmDent o Received and made. Weekly 'Prark &ile a every Tlturo da v thrfJIJA}Iw"t I he SeMon Cosh ad"nod.e o n ull Co118; ,,,.,1 "'" I. B. CO HEN 9 Re f erenceo: B U NER, B R O W N & PJNC KNEY !) South Will iam St .. '); y. caocKER, woon & co 52 smtth Rt .. ... Commission .A.. 0 A TMAN, TH, H. VETTERLEIN &; SONS, ..., oawm m r. 1 Buooeuor to JOS. J.-e miailaia Merellat, ])(PORTO i R J) H.A.Uil ... I F OR EXPORT GVI> AftiUICBniN, ALIO HJ.l.D8 J K .... lMP O II'fU:B or DOMESTIC OATIIA.B' REID, I lfPO&!'J:a or I 128 Water 8 t'l'tre t, N"::B:-w-NO. 111 WATER.STREET. FOREIGN TOBACCO, TOBACCO, 78 Water-at., New-York. OOIINECT lCUl' SEIID-LIJ!AP or IDJ' ol ... n poeldos. F. A : DREYER, Commission Merchant LEAF TOBACCO, l.loiO, AGENCY PO:S ALL KDDI OP IIIOAB "8-lOIIJ Be Oedar-street, 11-Yorll. THlYER BROTHERS, TOBACCO AII D GDE&A.I. HAVANA VETTERLEIN &: CO., lliW-YOM. __ 18_4_ w _A._ T E _B-_ s T _N._Y __ Commission llerohants, ..:.::G-=w:=:-:v..::.;:_N:._N & c o _.::., ROBINSON & HEARN, 44 .um I>!W.D .. DOMESTIG 111 Alt.CH-STRUT, PHILADELPHIA. 119 PHrl St., Hanover Square, New-Y.;..k, -172lWATER-STREET, Leaf Tobacco, B .ONDEl:> 'W' .AREHOUSE, (I'IU'I' DI8'1'BroT N. GWYNN & CO., New-York. Louiaville. X;r. 'Tobacco and Cotton Factors -.un-' Geaeral flommlsstoll Merebaut s A. STEIN & CO., _______ 166 Water-Sreet. HO NEW-YORK.. SAW IEB, WALLACE & 00., Commission Merchants,. WM. AGNEW & SONS, tloaaiula lhnU.tl, LEAFL .. TOBACCO Tobacco and Commission Merchants, 2 84. and ,aea. Front .etreet. No. 47 Broad Street, NEW YORK, DU BOIS, VANDERVOORT & CO., 1'0& TB.& 8.&.U M Ul7 Duane-street, ... In' ... w .. y t. B. Y.-.a>wr1 .l' ..... OJ' 1 W.ft 011 UU .u.L OJ' pa.rttoularl)' tnored. [a.f' Tobaeeo for Export ud Home Use. Jf'EW.FOBII, Leaf ToiMioco bUed 1D uy J*lbp by llyclr&u B. DSSDGEB. & CO., liop.--rurUport. 14-li rftHI8U ':--DOM...,ES ........ niTOB.. A & wrr .T ,ER, M a nufacturers of the fbllo'Wine: Celebrated Brand s of' TOBACCO, ROB.DriOll II HEAJUII' I PUKilJI 9 IJICB lOft PU81BD1 BRIGHT, ROBili'SOll I: liBABll'8 PUifllJ)( IIAVY, poudll &Del h&lf poiUICII. Peafl1 l( poiilcici : -pomndo and :Ji po ond1 8r&IMI &lid ADrlaat, Ji lbs.,llail' l Delilrht, 11&\')', for-not,ll: pouodo J. B. Jtobillaon &'t'Ji or Ki!ll', .li' poaDda I poudL 111 -Ji Ill& AAA, 1 0.. I (K-148) llouto..._, N ...... orlr Locdntlle JlT. J. H. BERGMANN & CO., Comm\t..-\.on. Germaa, and DotC'lb CIAA 'I' .11-BI. :l'oreip md DomeaUo Leaf Tobacco, .t.loo, Im,..--K111afle\uren or 8ECAR8, Bo. 111 l'rontereet, ,... ...... E. M. CRAWFORD & CC. TOBACCO .. 0 CCI, T 0 B A C C 0 .um L l 0 0 R I 0 E 'DRIRIU-i.ol lale & "llrown Dick" Smoii.ng Tobacco Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco OTTINGER l BROTHER, KENTUCKY 'l'ubacco Coln1nilioll lerchaDtJ, 183 121 123 FRONTSTREET, 1lannl'aotund by Joo t.-r Kx...,... ..a li .. El.Ptiii'T r\l's! CSit tiW-llW

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_n H NORTON, SLAUGHTER It to.; Tobacco & Cotton Facto1s ---... 180 DE & F DILLl.Jfl.NI Jlt .-.u. or Leaf Tobacco and Segars, BOND, 'r. 81n:II011L 3 r,.;t Wl rfiu. G. HEIREIEN l LOR GlJ.STAY .ISAAC, Commission No.140 New-York. COOK & rROBIN HAVANA llletll!IIMfl Frt (:Jay Pl]les, )llbbI J.MY ,_ DI'Olt! "" !101111 u!li. llo. 173 Wateratnet, llew Y k,&nd 91 and h& lt&&e-Rnlet, ll&rUbrll, Collll. ..... ;;;-_._.&a ley, we are el;labled to Bell Nlow 1\clltft. U,WKART & 00., I Jlerchants, lou14 .. t"oiiccos. oons cAlJDixs. 1 Shearman Brothers, 8 LE'Vl!RtTT & CO., UU<'DA:'\:11 .,L'iD AtQUTS or,... ... ELLENVI jw GI1ASS woRKS,. lJ .txt'P.4CI't'IDS OJ 1 UFi & OOTTLES,. J \\ 1 106-lli! NEW-YORU:. "" No. 'I to 13 lle4plck-st .. Brook11!11 W, Y [IN .. l VIaGINIA TOBACCO LINDHE M BROS. & CO., ami -commission ., Marcharts, O:F TlJJ dlsT CELDIUTED BRANDS O F 'lr.l.E CENTURY IN TIN FOIL. 'l'be S..nse ppnlnr't;v or r no C.ntll"J' )'oU, put op Ia elec&Dl ,...,..... ... ...., Ill .... tluII!Je U... Jillole Tul>a<:co ia th ce.u.tq. ... $1CO IN U.S. lfOTES PACKED Ill TKIB BBAB1I Nall. ) 0 \.re t.oo wtll nd fov_. ra.bl7 k'Bf"'WD to Jlrl"d' coraJDta'\. ft'7 KDVI...,.. t al'H etbre',..... n; alwul ttt.. YdJ b. II mr.uriala, and after an ozialnal procen of our owa, ta&Wh!e1hta to fw:a .uyaoure.t.

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6 Pa., ..... 1:'. obacco, and Imported Segars. I Mn forward their st-ocks witbout prepaying the JOSE!'H DUOOKE. SANK & I Cotn.mission Me-rchants_, No. ao N. Delaware-ave., Phltadelph1a. Pcnuylvania. co., Tobaooo and G n Merohants, Wo. 47 North Water St. and No. 48 North Delaware Avenue, Wa.Jaowe, -"fD. FOU1Eftl Y I C0 -DOHAN&. AITT, Tobacco Commission Mere hams, J'OI'T'JW11 LEO. Manuf&ctlired & Leaf Tobacco, Jtlf. WattMt., t 18 J, Dtlawan-an., H.LDOIUN .JtfQ. 'f::t:ii'r, 11 mo.-r Ill& PHIUDELPIUJ. 'Dtm'D n:u w UlliOVD. {Ia""""""" lo JIQ.LDI. tnm & Gelert eommission 'lerchant, J!N-Io WllterSb-a.d tw-N.Jlt"'aw.rttn NCLAGEl.PHIA. A. B. THEOBALD, dV'r.&.oruau OP .. LL &:rDB or .&DDS.&.LU 11( BPA.llfiSH AllfD :DOM:I:rriO Leaf llbalo, Tonao, SIUI, _...,.otlaum and rlet ,A ...... IJIIrt .. l'lailadel)lllia. -Wit .. EISENLOHR, DEALER IN uT BDGID Aim MA.NUF AOTUBER OF OIGARS 187 South Tenth &tree PHILADELPHIA. No. 333 UBERTY-STREET, P ttsbt,tffJ, Pa. W. TAYLOii; ESTABLISHED IN 1837. CHARLES D. D l 37 SOUTH GA YST., COMMISSION MERCHANTS Safe of !4a.nufaotured and Loat Tobacco, N n!rt.-.t lmpor\Prs n t.,e suCH.roT brVJd, P'LB, D. nnd ltl .t' fl Llcurh e Pilt.o. F r l"ali:. Jn s t.lly,rc, tn or rlut.V' i4>\H.I. WM. A. BOYD &. 00., / = 1118UIIAIIC. COMPAY IJIK&'I'I, OHIO. .... Jronl aacl VJile -be)O,OOO G.OLDW, HI:MR.f aaUHif, .10 L R.OB BIN II, H. II. OA.RPIIftal. 0. A. MuLAWitLI Ill, 8. B. IUBitLUD, I rat& 'S I Henry lesuden & Wareause I 5;1 63 Fnmt 6la 64,. 86 f al6t fiA.'Tine & Walnut !ALI8 ot ADC'I'IOM on n P&I:=Jtr lllltA. 1 AlfD OHIO TUBA IEATT, OHAS. BODMANN, ra. LEAF TOBACCO, CINCINNATI. ad=ft
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t>u1 o11 hall4. Oflkte, 04 ...,...,. 811p, New Yortl. eerv&\111-ll.'itig .the ..... ._.,._, .. ienate -.... ...........

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$. A-. LAWREN9E & 00,; (J31ico""1101'8 to WBITTAK A: LAWIIENOK.) MY D3 I .R,kt'l, I Vlnc,ard I SDI>Icu'o 'DellgbiJ r Out<> lhwoking-eanpM. 'Bic :J!ov -rla'lrlot,.r. et.l). < 11-':IVP.lcmml!ll tJI mt -BU.."M O X G-A. R.&. .. -.lJCll .t sow: lai\'1''-'A .., ornz-...no EL RIFLE, DA'ml Ollfom.L. I :DJ.'fDI. O'Njw. CHARlES ?GOB31;(I(]D Always Uniform and Reliable. __ __:ut:.::.:.....::.JIO:.:WZ&::.::_ Y, DWYOU. ....... t nttELF-FEEDINI ToiACCcHimNI EII.E. Jmf ioba.uo auh citgats xcLIIOit .ILLI TOBAOCO PURE PO DERED LICOIUCE, a. u. OIJ)-ILIP, G Arabi9, lf'Mt W.r-lllreet, : um 116-lOT ;: t .. t NiW-YO.,K. 0 v E 0 K. BOX, TOtUA uwa, TOBACCO B B S, .... .. ', Pead ltnet, W-EAVER A STERRY IDIIPOB.'T&S, I OOJIIII88ION 7 OLD IILIP, one 'tOll 18 PUTT STREET, JN. Y. 111-&1 W. BOVU11I&:IIGW ...... Importerlt or all of HEEIII!OJUUII AND BRIAR I J ...olr.ere' J ;t No .. 4.4 MA1:Dli!1N LA.N:Ic ..._ wwla &Ill ar.ee., J ........ :M:.a.Ya. lltaa,.,..__.., Dealer JO H 0 l .. n'o i-nc iJars .. i iAtw-FOJl & BtifllE CAPS 1 11 .. A .A YBNUB o. J ai ... llereet. ........ ...... .. ...... ... y .) 8widrot1 fll heie .-w, In uoe 1)\ tho b:ot be1un to the oouotrr M 169 WA'l'EB.-STRDT W.t the nlue d them, .., HaTing In ue ""'' foiU' years, bo

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