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


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. .. ;:rrn)v FEB; 1869 in the W orl
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.2 THE TOBACC-O LEAF. system becomes rotten to the core. The country needs a Ci;il Service system, and until On.e i11 adopted the present co1ruption will eat further and further into the body politic until our public men become utterly of both God and man. J,h, JOHNSON appears of tlte popula.rity of our late Governo, Fenton, gained by an ind1sc_reet use of the pardomog power. But a populanty may prove daageroas. ToE Prellident pardoned Dempsey (of the statlenery firm of Dempsey & O'Toole) as soon as the Court baa sentenced him. Is turning the proceedmgs of OUr COUrtS Of justice into the V<'rteSt farce? OuR National securities have steadily appreciated m the London stock market since the first of the yllar, attd the nearer we approach the 4th of March, ihe more rapidly do they advance. John Bull clearly bas confidence in the new administration. PRESIDENT JooNSON has nearly reached the end of his tether. All the ntlxt Governor of Tennessee, or U. S. Senator for that State, he may annoy the adminis tration to a certaU:I extent, but he can no lonj!er pardon out the convicted members of the Whisky Rmg. Tax Metropolitan Gas Company, this is try ing to bUmbn<7 too Board of Health mto behevwg that a residence its gas wo1 ks is not unhealthy. The directors may belteve so, but we doubt w_hether they would make the experim ent of hvmg m the Dei&hborho o d 1.hemselves. VIVE LA BAGATELLE! The courts very properly pun ish the Whisky Ring by sentencing' its ptominent cembers to the penitentiary, 'When "presto, change I'' liefore they have become accustomed to &'be "wearing of the gray," Pres1dent Johnson exer aises his prerogathe and throws open their prison ioon. WE publish elsewhere the Report of the Jlent to tho Convention at Washmgton by the V1gar lt:annfact.nrers' Association, of this city. It is the m{)sto concise and satisfactory report of the proceed ings we have yet seen. The of the Committee that delegates should be sent on, onght at once to be acted upon, if anything is to be done this session. I A DISP.&.1'CH from St. Louis, dated the 20th inst., aays that an exammation of the books of White & ErrickRon and Shurmond & Co. has disclosed the fact that the former failed to report to the United States re'renue officer sales to the amount of 23,000 pounds of tobaocp, i>n there is due a Govemment tax and penalty of 821,000. Shurmoud & Co. sold 28,500 pounds more than they retu1n ed. Their tax and pen alty due the Government is $26,590 TBBT hacre a Civil Service Act in the Dominion of Canada, huli it is, to some exteat, a dead letter, ap to office beinit made without rerard to !uaiification. The inevitable result of upon the reYenue have followed as" the night the day.' The 11pirit of comprmise has also demoraltzed the service, and now the most startling frauds are 'arranged," as they are on this side the border. Who will Pay that the Domimon is not being rapidly civilized? GEN. ScnENCK was very willing to introduce a. sep arate resolution last December for the e:Uenaion of the lirM for the going into operation of Section 78, regarding smoking tobacco, and engineered it successfully through both Houses. Now, however, he insists on tacking the tobacco amendments on to his unpopular tax bill, which is eqnivalent to killing them lor this aession. Can it be that Gen. Schenck is personally in terested in the Fraud Ring-the only body ot men 'hat really wanted an extenston? THE Government practices a mean piece of economy :regarding their employees who work: by the day. 'When a legal holiday .... !J&"Sfit'ereonlugo.... ... SJO 9 Extra fine ... .. .jl) curtency, duty paid. 'rh1s sudden "spurt" is doubtless ... ..... owing to the recent w:ullke a(lvices from the island 'of Medum 12 @Ia 22 Cuba. We doubt, bowe\'er, whether it is based on re Good 13 14>0 Common 18 >0 Fine . .. 15 @lfi Mouldy -liable information, and whether the future course of Selectlo 16 @18 LlghtPressed,extraJine 45 Vrglnla -Common luge. 7 @ 8 do do ftne.. 87)1 5 the ma1 ket will watTant upper tetlilency of the SJf'@ 9 .JO HalfPrmnd -Bnght--_.. h.. { w hQ "mt JU>n Good Sb1ppiu Ia o,<>"7 @Jl Fanq 80 @35 WJt one fit our 'promYt'l'til'l a:elfhmr,WnJ--na,. rdlenLly PnmTngo, new.... .. 4>,!'@ 4M um th; Govt'l nment is, and how poor the class thus de prived of' one sixth of their weekly wagee, the de dootion seem contemptible indeed. We should pre fer to see the wo!:k of retrenchment comnwnced in the Intemal Revenue Department. returned from Cuba, and who, two weeks ago tolla!lll. do 0 Half-Pounds-Dark- Medium Leaf 10 @12 Floe .28 @82 day, was in the heart cf -region where the tobacco Heavy ShlpplngLeat 12 @15 Good, fair .. known he1c as Havtma 's gr-owri. Hel reports 14 17@iO AFTEit at length upon the diffic ulties that meet our legislators at every step under the present absurd system of taxtng whisky and tobacco, the St. Louis JQUTnal t?.f Commerce comes to the following verysens1ble conclusion : "If the two articles are vicious by the excess of their use, they nevertheless ap pear to be necessaries, not luX'Ilries, to a 1 espectable portion of himanity; and the only way to avoid these difficulties IS to treat them in this way, and tax them in proportion to other articles." I that even in be m(11ltgr,()undlessrumors Mi!IIIOUrt -Com. to good Vugwm, extr:> &I lugo 8 @ 9.)0 Fme .. 1 E afloat reSJJecting evept s 1 ift t!at scction:_t '!'he facts, as Common leaf ... 10 ll Mouldy 10 20 he ascertaif1ed them, seem to e these The district Medium 11 @t8 Ni{JrOMad 7'wl8t ::. 30 1 1 Gqod .. 14 @16 Tktrt11 'I'woa 50 @5I; questi o n is q uiet, and uot tlie theatre of' active opera'-Selections . .. 17 @IS FtinciJ Tol>IUOcost f 1 f h d' 1 01i Bright Gold Bars do 35 @40 IS uo grel).ter d1stnr bance thap f,here is at present in this Harand F't'd to com' CWaNJ-Domeotlc -.. moo 4 @ 5 Jot Seed and illlvana, city of New York. As regards the crop, it is matuting Sound common 6 @ 7 perM 15 oo @7G oo fi I d b d Th Good do 7 @ 8 Clear Havana do __ @_ ne y, an IS very an some lD appearance. e prosMedlam Slt@IOJO do Conn 21100 -IO 00 Pect now is that it will be saf'ely bal'Ve&tCd, and shinped Oood tob brown 1! @15 do do Seconds 20 oo @25 oo Fancy 17 @.'30 N Y Seed CollU. t0 foreign eonsumers as u Oul' inform.aut IS of UppcrCoWlltJ.r 7 @liS wrapper 20 oo 00 opinion that, save in tbe event of two contmgencies, Ground leal, new a @12 Penn. do do do 17 oo @23 oo and XaiSaClio. I Oh1o do do do 17 00 @23 QQ the in8tl1Tection in Cuba. cannot succeed. These are ett.a&td.-Leaf. Conn Filler and st h f d r l 8 h' h Wnlppera, 1865 ..... 10 @lR wrapper 20 oo @llO 00 t e occurrence o a secon revo ut10n m pam, 1D w IC 1 l'lllers do .. 7 a common c1garo, 0 8 16 00 @'10 00 case the Home Governnient, would be compelled to Fine --ao @615 Cheroots anc Sixes 8 50 @11 oo Good do 20 @25 SnWf.Dutch East Indies: 2,9 00 lbs. mfd., $602, Canada: 25 1 bs., *562, and: 1 cs. c1gars, British North .American Colonies: 10 cs., t700. British West Indies: 2 hhds., $504; 1 Cli., ; 10 bls., *135, and 2;>!14 lbs. mfd., $481. French West Indies: 15 hbds., $1,570; and 210 lbs. mfd., $80. Afiica: 2,112 lbs. mfd., $464. Hayti; 205 bls., 82,406. Brazil: 2 cs. cigars, Argentine Republic: 15 cs., $2,0'71. San Francisco: 10 hhds., 64 cs., and 571 pkgs. To European ports for the week ending Feb. 23d.: London: 3 hhds. and 4'7 cs. Liverpool: 15 bhds. and 16 bxp, Bremen: 42 hhds., 387 cs., 411 bls., 7,S96 lbs. mfd., 74 hhds. stems, and 10 cs. cigars. HaVl'e: 19 hhds. and 40 cs. f) Rotterdam : 20 hhds. Vigo: 294 hhds. DOMESTIC RECEIPrS. Interior and Col\stwise arrivals for the week ending February 23d ha,e been: 296 hhds., 10 tcs., 620 ca., and 1074 pkgs., consigned as follows: By E1ie Ha.ilroaci: L. W. Gunther, 8 hbds.; & Bro., 2; Norton, Slaughter & Co., 16; J. K. Smith & Son, 10; Bryan, Watts & Co., 17 ; Murrell & Co., aa ; A. H. Cardozo, 5; Blakemore, :Mayo & Co., 3; B. C B_aker, Son & Co., 13; S. l\f. Pat ker & Co., 59; Lewis Bros., 4; J. Mayer k Son, pkgs.; Knight Bros., 43; J. L. Gassert & Bro., 37; Thiermann, Kuchler & Co., 9; Order, 33 hhds. By Hudson River Railroad : Sawyer, W a \lace & Co., 4 h_h_sls ; Blakemore, Mayo & Co., 3 ; Murrell & Co., 5; Pomtdexter & Co 5 ; Julian Allen, 43 cs.; G. Reis man & Co., 2S; Order, 65 and 59 pkgs. By Camden and Amboy Railroad: Murrell & Co, 9 hhds; Robert L. Maitland, 7 ; S. M. Parker & Co., 8 ; Cbatles B. Fallenstein & Son, 3 ; G. Heine ken & Palmore, 4; .Appleby & Helme, 25 pkgs.; Bunzl & Dormitzer, 106; J. C. Ha.vemeyer & :Bro., ll2. By New York and New Haven Railroad: E. Rosenwald & Bro., 1 cs.; Bunzl & Dormitzer, 81; B. A. Van SchalCk (Philadelphia), 9 ; Rossin & Dessaner, 29. By New York and New Haven Line of Steamboats : Dilis & Co., 16 cs.; B. Atwater, 13; M. West hetm, 32; Lackenbruch & Bro., 5; E. Rosenwald & Bro., 125; M. H. Levin, 11 ; Jolin n Allen, 24; S. Salo mon, 9; Rossin & Dessauer, 6; F. W. Beldon, 60; J. L. Gassert & Bro., 23 ; A. Ste in & Co., 4; Thiermau, Kuchler & Co., 26; Order, 10. Coastwise from Richmond: P. Lorillard, 10 hhds.; Ilfur. ell & Co., 2 ; Fat man & Co., 5.; Chas. E. Hunt, 2; J. C. Law1ence, 12; F. Hyde, 2 and 5 tcs.; E. Hen, 4 pkgs.; N. L. McCready, 6; J. D. Kellly, Jr., 153; T. Reed, 183; H. A. Ritchie, 48; S. Shook, 158; Kello"'"' & Co., 5 ; Lindheim Bros., 41 ; Order, 3 hhds. aul5 tierces. From Baltimore: Order, 9 hhds. and 65 pkgs. B!LTI1110RE1 Feb. 13,-l\lessrs. C. LoosE & Co., commission merchants and dealers leaf tobacco, repoit: !'here a good' inquiry for :Maryland, but sales are st1ll restncted, on account of the limited receipts. Ohio old crop is moving oft' slowlt, and we note fut ther "all:'s of 25 bhdf. leaf and 50 hhds. scraps to manufac turers, within o r former range of p1ices. The new crop will prove than the preceding, and will be mamly of red descriptions, suitable for France and the Rhine. The for,mer country will want more this year, and we learn that proposals w1ll be re ceived for ll,OOO hbds. Maryland and Ohio; contracts to be awarded in April. In Kl:'ntucky descriptions the market continues sluggish. We are without any tran sactions to note, and quotations are entirelv nominal. Inspections this week : 120 hhds. Maryland (2 re-in spected), 32 Ohio, and 6 Virlllnia; total, 158 hhds. Cleared: 632 hhds. leaf, 26S do. stems, and 100 bxs. mfd. pP.r ship Urest of Th6 Wave, for Rotterdam; 2 hhds. per bark -!Zanna Maria, for Lin:rpool; 50 bls per brtg Ale:!:. Krkland, for St. Johns, P. R. ; and 73 bxs. per bark TemplM.. Montevideo or Bue nos Ayres. We repeat quotations, viz. : Maryland-l<'rosted, 3!c.@5!o.; sound common, 6c. @7c.; good do., 7c.@Stc.; middling, 9c.@17c.; good to tine brown, 12c.@l6c.; fancy, 25e.@40c. 0/iio-lnfe rior to good common, 5tc.@7c.; brown and greenish 7tc.@Bo.; medium to fine red, stc.@15c.; common mediUm spangled, 9c.@15c.; fine spangled, 16c.@20c.; do. and. fancy, Kentucky-Common o gooa lttgs, oO.@luC.) 'ed>..-1-, I.Oc.... @14c.; good to fine, select leaf, 20c.@26c. lNSPECTIONe COMMENCING JAN 1, '69, AND SAME TIME '68 Ducriptio11a Tltl1 Wuk. Prevwillt!J. Tolfll SIIIIM 111111 1868 Maryland .... 120 291 411 369 Ohio .. .. .. 32 55 87 393 Virginia 6 1 7 3 Kentucky... 140 Missouri. ... Total hhds .. 158 347 505 905 EXPORTS COMMENCING JAN 1, 1869, AND SAME TIME 1868. I ll'Mr. to '1 h!J Wtek PreDioU8111 Total S1Jt1U lime 1801'1, Bremen........ 701 701 659 Amsterdam .... Rotterdam .... Havre & Dieppe Bordeaux..... 632 632 lllO Marsl:'illes ..... England ..... withdraw its troops, or the in\e ention of 110rne foreign Runalnglota do 15 @26 :llaceoboy. 85 -90 Power in favor of the .Cuba011. The' Spania.rds seem 1 Flllcra do 7 s Rappee, Frenci.' 1 oo Wrappers, 1867... 811 @'75 llo tine plain -@-86 Russia ....... 84 determmed to keep the Islaujl,-wbich has rightly Leen Seconds 20 @30 scotch & Lnndyfoot @M II d th b ht t 1 th S h Flllere < 9 @10 Common -@-611 ca e e rtg es Jewe In l e pams crown,New York &.d.-Leaf-So-American Gentlemaa-_@ 1 oo and say they wo1tld rather see it seized by, lectcd Wrappers, old. 30 M Gold or sold to, the United States, than -a' free State, .. "B,,M governed by the natives of tl\e Jsland. Bet ween these seiected ,La f..':>a":a" d: Austria ....... Spain ......... .Antwerp ...... West Indies ... Other Ports ... 30 Feb, 20.We give belaw the sales of the Cincumatl market for the past week: Messn. J. T. Sullivan & Co. report: Sales at the Kenton tobacco warehouse, at Covington, Ky., for the bast week, are 120 hhds., as follows: 70 hhds. Mason, rackeo, counties, Ky., leaf, lugs, and trash .-15 at fa to 7 2o, 20 at $8 to 10 75 15 at $12 to 15 50 1? *16 to 18, 5 at $20 to *25. Sl hhds. West gmlB, leaf, lugs, and trash-10 at $4 75 to 6, 12 at $7 to 8 50, .9 at $12 to $15, 19 hhds. East Virginia bright wrappers and fillers, at prices rau!ing from 815 to 875. l\fesst s. Casey & W ayue report the sales at Morris for the past week aw follows: 109 hhds. and 20 bi:s., VIZ.-27 bhdjl. Mason and Bracken Co.'s, lb'3 at *7 25@8 90, 5 aL ilO@lO 75 5 at $11 2ti@rl 75 4 at il!12@12 50,3 at 813 25@14 Z5 2 aL $15 3 at *16' 1 at $1'7 50, 1 at $19 50. 28 new Va.-S at $3 75@4 85, 9 at $5 IO@a 55, 4 at 87 90@P 80, 1 at $9 40, 4 at $10@10 50, 2 at illll 25. 20 bxs. new West Va. at il!Z 90@9 i5. 19 hhas. new Mason Co., Ky.-6 90@4 so, 2 at $5 70@5 85, 2 at $6 10@6 45, f at 89 20@9 75, 3 at $10@10 50. 35 hhds. new Owen Co., Ky.-10 at t4 25@5 50, 5 at a6@6 75, 3 at *7 75 @7 90, 5 at $8@8 50, 4 at $9@9 90, 4 at $10@10 50 2 at tll@ll 75, 2 at $12@13. Mr. Charles Bodmann sends us the following state ment of sales of leaf tobacco at his warehouse for the past week: 151 bhds. and S bxs., viz.: 90 bhds. of Mason and Bracken Co., Ky., l e af, lugs, and trash-4 at t5@5 951 1 at $6, 3 at $7@7 25, 2 at *s 55, 5 at 89 30, n at no @10 75, 19 at $11@11 75, 9 at $12@12 75, S at 813@ 13 75,6 at $14@14 75,3 at $15@15 75 6 at 816@16 75 3 at $17@17 75, 3 at $18@18 75, 3 at $19@19 75, 2 at $20@20 75, 1 at $21, I at $23 25. 51 hhds. Owen Co., Ky.-3 at 83 65@3 85 s at $4 10@4 95, 15 at $5@5 so, 5 at *6@6 95, 8 at '$7@7 75, 1 at iS 50, 1 at *9 30, 3 at $10 75, 2 at $12 50@12 75, 1 at $13, 1 at $14 25, 2 at 815 50, 1 at $16 25. 10 hhds. West Va.-1 at $4 50, 1 at $5, 1 at t8, 1 at $10 50, 2 at $12 50, 1 at $14, 2 at 815 50@15 75, 1 at $23. S bxs West Va.-2 at $3 90, 1 at 84 50, 1 at *5 50, 2 at $6 50, 1 at $8 75, 1 at *10 75. VL.lRKSfiLLE, Tenn., Feb, 18,-The Clarksville T9baceo Leaf reports as follows: "Our market continues firm ; receipts are daily in ct easing, as will be seen from the number of hoo-sheads sold duriug : the pas t week, amounting to six We have a large board of buyers and orders for heavy grades are pressing, and the md1cat1ons are that we will have an active market dur ing the coming we o k. Thoua-h the tendency of the indicates a slight we contmue our quotatiOns of last week: Frosted aud chaffy lu<>'s 3t@ 4fc. ; common lugs, 5@6c.; good lugs, com moo leaf, S@9c.; medium leat; 9!@llc.; good leaf, nt fine. leaf, I3i@15c. Up to this time nothing above medmm leaf has appeared in our market. Should the weather continue favora\lle we shall expect heavy receipts of fine grades. Planters cannot be too par ticular m pnzmg their tobacco in good keeping order as I?ost ot the new crop sold in this market has entirely too soft. Of the prospect for a tobacco crop the present year, we can only say that our farmen are uow in mak1!lg plant beds, .and, as a general tlnug, _utend m a. sufficient quantity to cever the outs1de ab1hty of the1r force to cultivate. The quantity planted will probably exe.eed that planted year. Much of last year's crop still remainsin the barns, not yet preparellfor market. The weather throughout the greater part of the mouths of ber and Janu11.ry was cold and dry, and the planten have been.forced to wait for more warmth and moisture in the atmosphere to br!n_g the tobacco in proper state for handling and pr1zmg. The weather for the past two or three weeks has been favorable, and those with tobacco on hand have been a ud are !!till diligent to get it to market and ou.t of the way 5>f far;ning operatiens now imper atively demandmg their time and attention. Under these circumstances it is impossible to estimate with any approach to the extent of the crop of 1868. We are of the opm1on however that when it reaches market it will be fou'ud to. be' not only one of the larges.t raised since the war, but one of the finest as to qoahty. It may not bave the great thickness weight usually characteristic of Clarksville tobacco and from the samples we have tlxamined we incline think it bas not; but it is remarkably fine in fibre of great length, and almost entirely free from worm he'les. The for some rea110n were very scarce during the ntne season, and the tobacco therefore uncommon sound. Present indications are that prices will rule high. The are the sales of the past week: Sales by Sm1th & Hutchings of 63 hhds., as follows: 11 hbds. at $13@12, 16 at tll 75@10 19 at $S 90@ 8 60, 14 at $7 75@.5 50, 3 at $4 95@3 Sales by Turnley & Wooldridge of 70 hbds., as follows: 24 at $13 25@ 11, 17 at 10 95@9 30 11 at $S S5 @7 2Fj, 15 at $6 90@5 10, 3 at $4 50@4'to also on Tuesday, the 16th, 44 bhds., as follows: at' t12 SO@ 11, 23 at $10 S0@9, 6 at $S 90@7 20 11 at $6 70@4 75 Sales by Harrison & Shelby week ending Feb' 12 as follows: 6 hhds. at $14 10@13, 10 at so@ ll, 21 at $10 90@9, 7 at $S 90@7 70, 15 at $6 90@ 5 30, 1 at $3 90; also 32 hhds., on Tuesday, 16th as follows: 17 at 811 30@10, 9 at f!9 90@8 10 2 at 87' 70 @6 10, 4 at $5 40@3 70. Sales by J. J. Tliomas & Co., Linwood Landing on Feb. 11th, of 62 hhds., as follows 6 at $14 50@ IS '10 17 at $1295@11,17 at *10@920 9 t$890@S60 12 at $6 S0@4 SO. Sales by Whitlock, McKinney & Co., Trice's Land mg, on the lOth, of 32 hhds., as follows: 9 at *13 90@ 12 10, 14 attn 90@10, s at $9 90@8, 6 at 8'7 80@4. A WRITER hi a London magazine, St. Pm,l's, believes that a distinction should be made between the casual and the ular, or profe11sional, offenders against the laws-" tboe who lapse from innocence and those who live in guilt." He recommends that in the of the former the pun,ishment should be reformatory in its character, and be limited to imprisonment or a.' few months or years; but that in the case of the latt11r the object should be to rid society of them as pests, just as venomous reptiles are pests, and that their pumshment should. be nothing less than imprisonment for lite. In this way the cll\ss of professional criminals would be rapidly reduced, as the penalty of a lifelong imprison ment, without hope of pardon, would often deter from the commission of cnrne.. The trouble with the pro fessional is, that he bas no fear of the punish ment his crime, if discovered, will receive. and the Spaniards, as is well known, the greatest antipaRww1ng lots ... 17 iO B u M :; thy exists. We are also informed that the wealthy Cu-6>0 8 "G. C." 4641 bans, although willing to' gi\'C their money to aid the Selecttone,oldWrappers 20 @3.'; "F G" .jl)()" ::;: I h f b 'fi f do new do 80 @40 11WallisEx"460 u 29 Total . . 632 701 1333 1883 Tobacco Statement.-Stock in warehouses 1st Jan 1869, 8,659; inspected this week, 158; do. previously; total, 9,164. Exported this week, 632; do. pre vtonsly, 829; total, 1,461. Stock in warehouses, 7,703. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 17.-Sales of79 hhds. as follows: O_ne crop of 8 hhds. raised by Mt. C. H. Majors of Ttgg County, Ky., at an average of *11 54 H bhds. at 813 50@10, 35 at $9 95@4 30, A corresponde,;t, writing from Paducah, Ky., Feb. 1S, says: "We have h1dt up quite a large tobacco market at Padurah. We have two of the finest ware )louses in the United States. Our tobacco crop in Western Kentucky and Western Tennessee will exceed crop of 1S68, hut we have but little fine wrappers. Most of the crop is heavy shipping leaf, and a great deal will make fine balers. Our low grades are very in tu, it is the with all 6)Ur low grades. We have had sold m urmaaket yesterday 200 hhds. In past oy.r be&t tobacco was sold in your market 88 Clarksville tob:&cco, and that is one thing that has worked to our uutillatdy. We have quite a number ol new bnyen m onr market at this t1me. 1lottt of the tobaeco that. has been sold here has gone to NeW' and I 'oink FOme will regret it there soon, 88 most of tbP tobaeco been wo !ugh in and it will mould or rot before it goes through the sweat. 'nlere will be any amount of the weed go ing to lieW York aa s.on 8!1 the market opens. To bacco ia fully one dollar lower for good than it wulast week, wbieh fli;loJ"B quite a decline here." W111 regret to record that we are fre, old lu @Ill "G &F .w do do new 25 @80 these and other reasons, tie gentleman iu question, whG old and new s "K & Co" fM){ 11" t b f d Oklo &ta-Le'lf-Sel' "Z A 24){ ts an tote 1gen o server o p&ss111g even,ts, oes not twns, old .. "" .. 211 @81! "G z" 23>1 believe in the ultimate of ins11rgents. Pow-Fair to prime ..... 20 j "C & A." !111>1 rf 1 Fillers 6)0 S F. MF ill e u remforcements are continually arriving hom New Aooorted Lots ... 8 10JO "F. G F." ill Spain and it is most probable that a few weeks loD.!!'er New Wnppere,ln ll>ta a @14 "A. o 0." . 21>0 v llortr.V}n -HaYbD&, WaP': t1.MF n H@28 Will see the msurrectton confined to very narrow limitrs. pers (cluty PAkiJ 11 oo @4 oo ::a .. 2!1}1 Taking this viuw of the clile, it follow1 that whatever IIavanane't' lfo -@ C. G. may happen to Yarn, the price of Havana is not likely IMPORTS. to permanently advance. At as ia well known, Arrivals at tJx: port of New from foreign ports, this market is overstocked wtth a poor quality, and it for the 11eek 23, mcl11de the following will be difficult to force it upoa p11rchasers ata high figurf', conslgnments: save under the whip of a 10pply ofthe new crop. From Marseiles: F. W. Sterry & Co., 50 bls.licorice Unless the political sitllatioe ia C.bi changea suddenly root. and matertally, 1t ia aot probable 'bat any such Chamberlain, Phelps & Co., 100 cs. whip" will be applied. We aee ao prospect of another hconce paste. revolution in Spam, at least (or six: months or a year From Alicante: Gomez, Wallis & Ce., 100 cs. licor to come, and we doubt whet.her the United StateR, or ice paste rd 1,345 bls. licorice. any other country will bMweeo Spain and her revolted Colo11y. Hamifactured.-of o during the week, sa,e aome new &eoa .&milai tO' those alreadv disposed of and hailiQg from the same loca1ity-Peter8burg. The general tone of ""' is more cheer ful, and business shows of a f'e11r.al without, being what may be called ao&iM. Ia looki g out upon the immediate future, the prospeots of the plug trade seem less encouragi& than \hose of either the dealers in smoking tobacco or cigars. We refer to the doabt that thangs over tile iafte of free stamps, and the immediate going iMe .C tlae proviSions oJ Section 7S, instead pf poMpcmement antil next Jnly, as the law conteapla\ea.. Could free stamps he issuild, say by the 15th of March, and all tobacco, tax-paid and unstamped (&tockade goods), t>e seized after that date, we shoula eee a reri.,al.r business that would little short of miAoolHB. In aa,.U.g this we Fron, \Jalnaren: D. Knowlton, a bls. tobacco. From N&88atr. J.D. Evans, 2 b:n. toba,ooo. Ff1!1D Havan/: B. lr. D. Beurimo, a1 biB. tobaooo; F. Miraada, 18 do.; Laurean Anja, 293 do.; E. Gnr tenez, :n do.; IL Truxillo, (10 do.; M. & E. Salomon, 38 do.; J. M. layorga, 368 do.; Wei! -& Co., 230 do.; Atlantic Mail Steamship Co., 8 C!l. cigani. Dr. F. N. Otis, 1 do.; DeBary & Kling, 6 do.; Witte & Bro., 1 do.; R4hert E. Kelly & Co., do.; Acker, Mer rail & do.; W. lL Thomas & Bro., IS do.; Park & Tilforl\ 1 do. "EXPORTS From the portofNew York to foreign ports, other than European port.M, 'for the week ending February 16th, in clude the followio,;: Dutch Wtat 2 }>Is., $40; kegs. mfd., and 291 lbs. do., *7o. Manufactured Tobacco.-The market continues act ive, with liberal sales both to Western 11nd Southern buyers. We have alae to note a scarcity of black work, and _the stock generally light, with pnces firm at our quotat1ons annexed. We un:lerstand that the In ternal Revenue Department has concluded to furnish free nps to holden of old stock out of bond on sat Isfactot v evidence being shown that the tax 'on said goods 1, Rs been paid. VV e repeat prices : Ta,x-paidCommo pounds, 53c.@5Sc.; common half-pounds, 55c. @60c., coa;nmon tens, mt.odium pounds, Ill c.@ 63c.; med1um half. pound!!, bnght, 5'7c.@'70c.; medium do., blaek, good pounds, bright, 62c.@7oc.-; good tens and half-pounds, 63c.@6Sc.; fine ponnds SOc, WTON. fe,, 20,-The market for leaf dull wit.hout any transactions of moment to notice. Messrs. Loring B. Barnes & Son, in their report to the C
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.. LEAF. who is up and oft" at the first. toot of the bugle. They 50, 3 at $li@H :?.5, 8 at $11@11"'15, 12 *19@10 75, cannot find it in their hearts to resist the lively invita5 at $9 lti@t 50, 11 at 18@8 60, 16 at .1@7 90, 10 at tion of the tobacco horn that has 80 oftep summoned $6@6 90, 13 at $5 10@5 90, '1 at $4 20@4 90, and1 at them to profit if not g1or.f., They have so long moved $3 65. The Pickett bouse sold 22 hhds .. at $a 45 for to it.e music. Why, when _Gabriel shall sound the l ast Henry Co. to $l!9 for Ballard Co. bnght :rapper. trump-it will be a wonder if such of our clever fel The Farmers house sold 12 hhds. at $5 for lu.,s to $11 lows as Sam Jennings, Smit.h Holland, Chambers, Pem-75 for old middling leat. The Ninth-street hous_e s?ld berton, and the like (we mean no disrespect to these 20 hhds. at $3 65 for_ trash to $13 25 for old sh1ppmp; excellent gentlemen, nor, on other hand, any irleat. The Boone bouse sold 13 hhds. 60 for lugs reverenoe)-it will be a wonder if they do not wake up to $14 75 for black wrapper. The house ud mistake it for a blas\ from the same old tobacco 19 hhds. at $4 20 f?r t1'Bsh lugs to $13 oO for h 1 Co. leaf; the sale mcluded 3 hhds. Gf 0. F. Gregory s 0And while the buyers are thus daily going from crop-2 of leaf at $13 50, and 1 of lugs at 75. The 'W&l"ehonse t,o warehouse diving into the tobacco piles Planters' house sold 6 hhds. at $6 85 for lndmna com up to their elbows; dra,rlng out fro!"the in-mon leaf to $11 25 for Logan Co., Ind., leaf. terior-dashing them down agam-badgenng each On Monday 1 hhd. at *22 25, 2 at $18@18 75,_2 at other, swapping bits of humor with the auctioneers, $I7 75@17 50, .5 at 816 50@16 '15, 2 at $14_@14 oO, 1 bidding like a mad tiger was after them, and paying at $13 50, 9 at $12@I2 '15, 10 at $11@11 7o, 9 at $IO high prices, what the sturdy planters doing? They @IO '15, Hat f9@9 80, 20 at $8@8 90, 31 aL $7@7 90, are taking notes of these things,. get the facts 33 at $6@6 90, 27 at $5@5 95, 4 at $4@4 95, and 1 at away into the back part of thmr cramumB, turn them $3 05. over and over awhile, cogitate, sleep on them a night, The Planten' house sold 4. hhds. at $5 lugs to and next thing, here the;r come lumbering to town with t17 75 for Owen county The Lo;usvlle house great loads of tobacco piled 'high up over the wheels sold 24 hhds. at $5 35@12 75 low cultmg leaf. The like Pelion on Ossa. It is a sight to sec them move Boone house sold hhds : at i_o 20 for lugs to $18 for upon .the works when the market is thus active. From Owen county cnttmg. The Nmth-street house sold 32 away down the Ilalifax road, out on the Pittsylvania at,$5 10. for lugs to $18 75 for Owen <:ouuty cutd the Franklin turnpike up the Henry road tmg leaf. Tins house also sold 4 hhds. cuttmg leaf at LfNCHBURG, Fe"b, 20.-Mr. JoHN H. TYREE, tobacco commission merchant, reports: Inspected during the week, 4-& hhds. Receited and sold during the same time, 1,100, 1,600 cek loose, weighing 334,800 lbs. Receipts are increasing steadily, but the bulk of them are of inferior and frosted lugs and leaf. The market remains ac:Uve, and prices rule fully up to quotations. There have been sold daring the week some fine bright tobaccos ranging from to $66 per 100 lbs. All good grades are scarce and m active demand, and when offered bring satisfactory prices. We quote : Inferior to common frosted lugs, $3@4; common shipping, $5@6; good do., $6@7; fine do., $'/@S; tlUmmon working, $5@6; gcove very sport, and dance lively jigs all over the floor, the expenses. The Boone sold 91 hhds., the largest receiving clerk scribbles !'way at his. desk and has no sale of the season, at $3 5o trash to $14 25 for rna timeto chat and the wetghmaster 1s as hard pressed bogany wrappers. The Nmth-street h?use sold 55 down with the load of business as was the immense hhds., at M 25 for trash to $11 50 for cuttmg leaf. The Exports past week.... . . 305 turtle on whose back the world was once supposed to .Farmers' house sold 26 hhds., 25 for frosted l!lgs Exported pleviously.... . l,llS 1 rest. When 1 the auction begins, the street drays to tl2 75 for Logan County sh1ppmg leflf. The PICk 3,302 arrange themsel':es about t_he doors to haul the.toba_cco house sold 71 hhds., at 25 for trash to $11 75 Broken for balin.,, city Con-away and tfie dnvers ba km the snn, crack their wh1 ps, fot Hart Count! manufacturmg leaf. Yesterday-sumpt!On, etc. . ......... 1,423 597 2,020 it would be @afer to let it We quote: Yara, I cut, do. II cut, $1 09@1 15; Hanna 954.@$1 10; do; wrappers, $1 50@3 Pennsylvania wrappers, 16c.@28c.; Ohio wrappers, 12c: @25c.; Connecticut wrappers, 25c. @80c.; Pennsylvania fillers, 5c.@6-!c.; Ohio fillers, 5c.@6tc.; Connecticut 12c,@15c.; brigh\ lbs.; fine, 20; bright med1um, 55c.@60c.; Marylud, 6c.@20c.; Kentuuky, 6c.@l8c.; black sweet navy, 55c.@65c.; do. do. lOs, 60o.@65c.; do. do. lbs., 60c.@65c. Sales of 5 hhds. Kentucky, manufacturing fillers, at 11-!c.; 10 cases Pennsylvania seed leal at llc.@20c.; 10 cases Connect icut do. do. at 12-!c.; 5 do. do. at 22tc. 10 bales Ha vana, which is held for advanced at $ 1 10@ 1 15; 15 bales Yara "I" at tn 15; and 300 boxes at 50c.@70c for navy, and 70c .@80c. for bright. The exports of the week wete: To Barbadoes 352 lbs. mfd., $150 ;"to Kingston, 2,416 lbs. mfd., $532.' Va,, Feb, %0,-Mr. R. A. MILLS, tobac co broker, reports : In reviewing our market for the past week, I have to note that our receipts continue full, with a decide(l im provement, both in the quality and order of the tobac co. are without any material chango, but as the order IS generally better, they have stiffened a little and I think will continue to stiffen the season ad: vances, as we may very reasonably expect considerable shipping orders saon; and our shippers are bnyinopret ty freely, while our manfacturers are but sparingly as yet, not having got fully under way."' Be low I gi,e transactions and quotations, 772 hh ds., 167 tcs., and 58 boxes. LuGs.-Dark sound and good wei""hts, $7@$10 sun-cured do., to quality, $7. 50@fl0 50; bright common to medmm, $9@$I2 50; fancy, for smoking, Sl5@tao. LEAF.-Dark working, common to good, $9@$14; do. do., and wrapping, 814 50@$17 50; sun-cured, good to fine, $15@$20; yellow wrappers, common to medium, $20@$35; do., good to extra (fan cy), $40@ $65. The Whiq says: "Frosted tobacco is not yet wanted, and is only saleable at low figures. Old to bacco is not so active, and whilst the offerings of such are comparatively small, we note some decline on all grades except bright wrappers. The breaks liave seldom, ever, been as large at this period in former years, a cucumstance which foretokens a diffusion of business tluough the year, instead of its concentration in the summer months, as heretofore. This early dis posal of their crops indicates a pervading need offunds among the planters, and we congratulate them upon the steadiness of the market under the pressure of !leavy receipts, always reminding them that the surest, 1f not only, method of the highest prices is to send their tobacco to market 1n good dry order. TBB BBIUKB I'OB THB P.&.!r JIJn Week ending Hhds. Timces. Boxes. Januaryl6 ...... 251 9I 33 23.... . 306 143 94 30 ....... 653 J90 75 February 6 ....... '135 115 47 13 ....... 666 134 li5 For the corresponding week of last year (ending February 15) the breaks were 425 hhds., 68 tierces and 36 boxes. TIIJ: BJIIIARS li'ROll OCT. 1 ..0 PIIB. IS ""RB : Hhds. Tierces. 1868-'9 . .. 5 767 1,320 1867-'8 ............ 4,211 443 Boxes. 496 570 and eichauge coarse je$ts with one another until their 2 hhds. at $17 2o@l7 50, 2 at $:6@16 75, 4 at $I5@ turn comes to begin, when the contents of the 15 50, 2 at $14 7, at $I3@13 7o, 7 at $12@12 75, 9 arequioklydischargl!d,andthewheelsaresentwhlzzmg at $11@11 75, 2lat $10@1075, 21 at $9@990, shipboard ......... hhds. 1,282 Increase ........... 1,556 through the streets again. The planters pocket the at $8@8 90, 45 at $7@1 95, 43 at $6@695, 34 at iiio INSPECTION OF TOBACCo. D S'17 greenbacks and. suck from them what comfort they @5 80, 23 at SO, at $3 50@3 95. Burke, Saufley & Hays f t om Sept. 1 to date. ecrease may-smile or scold as they are pleased or disappointThe sales at.the wa;ehouses to-day reached Summers & Camp bel}, '' 74 ed-and the buyer retires to his hole to meditate on 263 hhds.,wth reJeutwn of lnds 011 1S hhds. The ---cember, '68, as heretofore reported in the Wltig, hi Th d th 1 f th l t:" Fa.t'Ul.OL'"' h l:Jtls. llt" D rm:. 1ugs to $17,Total. ....................... hhds. s spec. us en 8 e crc e 0 e ea 25 for Henry cortntv. cutting leaf. The Ninth-street MANUFACTURED TOBAcco. was 1 6 4 9 152 lbs. "IHE .. ST "lass Feb 18 The Rec01 d savs on which tax was prepaid by n." a 1 ., bouse sold 20 hhds. at 5 05 for lugs to $13 50 for cutA sale of seized g ds, ays the Price f.lut"J"en/, -"There are 1?0 new n;t-ovements m the local ting leaf. The Boone house sold 38 hhds., at 83 50 at auction bas reuderell the market ra.tber qniet. stumps t 18t of Ja ri f5 .. 6{,076 market. Pr1ccs romam unchanged. We leam that m for trash te $15 50 for Hart county mahogany wrapPrices are unchanged. The supply of t'he better Franklin County nearly all of the crop of 18 6 8 has been per. Tqe Lon is ville house sold 60 hh,ts. at *3 55 for grades \s only mo erate, bllt of other ifids the from 25 to 30 cents; A few trash to $13 75 for Henderson county leaf. The Planstock is fair. We quote: Extra No.1, lbs., bright, gone at htgher rates, but only for vbe best quahty. ters' house sold 7 hhds. at $4 50 for tiash an d lugs to 80c.@90c,; good medi do., 65c.@'i5e;; medium, de., GlLVESTON, Feb, 13. -The demand for manufac10 for Green River common leaf. The Pickett house 60c.@65c.; common, sound, 55c.@60c.; half-pounds, tured has been moderately active at previous quotasold 117 hhds. the lar()'est sale of the season at $3,50 brigl,t, 60c.@65c.; do., dark, 57fc.@60c.; No. 1, 5s and tions, which are finn. Our margin here: o ri-ces is for tra h, and including a large amount of Owen and lOs, 57fc.@65c.: Navy, lbs., 55c.@Me.; Navy, half ample to cover the advanee in the leading mar ets. Henry county cutting leaf, among which were sales at lbs., 55c.@60c.; fancy styles,-natural leaf, twist, panHARTFORD, Feb, 20.-There is so e demand for $11 25, 25, $12 50, $13, $15; *15 25,$16, and $1 '/50 cake, etc.,-90c.@$1. old tobacco fo1 but at lew prices and ac per 100 lbs: The sale was made by W. 0. :Whitting_ P!DUCAH, Ky., Feb. 1%,-The market for -leaf has tual wei(7htM. The exCltement among the buyers has ham, Esq., m one hour and twenty-seven mmutes, beb d abated, those who have purchased being yenerally b_usy ine:.' nearly one hhd. to tl1e minute, and amounted to een acttve uring the past week, and good prices were realized, The sales amounted to 320 hhds., as follows.: in taking care of what they have boug QuGtatwns about $14 000. By Settle Bros., Lynn Boyd warehouse, 140 hhds., Total. ........... . . . 1, 713,22S The Jan nary business was: Shipped in bond. 266,363 lbs. Prepaid by stamps ........ 90,020 356,3S3 Total product to Feb. 1 ... Total eame time '67 and '68 2,069,611 (C 2,302,069 Decrease . . . 233,358 The shipments of smoking tobacco, in bond, from lst of October to 31st of December, '68, were.. 9 876 lbs. Prepaid by stamps to 1st of January, '69 26:261 for seed leaf: Connecticut and Massachusetts fillers, The following quotations fairly 1epresent the market, viz.: 12 hhds. IU4tlium bright wrapper at $21, 20 75, wrappery lots, 18c.@25c.; fine wrappers1 and ali d!lsirabl e le:.f of the olal!sification '*'lls readily IS 18 IS 1 25 I 5 15 7 1 1 9 hhd 'fotal ............................. 50c.@60c.; New York State fillers, 7ic.@9c.; average at prices fully up to quotations: 0 "> 5> 3 3 s. p lots, 12c.@22c.; wrappers, 15c.@40c.; Peansylvania and CLAR0KSVILLE AND WESPER nrsTmcr good and fine shippe rs at $12@12 75, 22 at $11@11 75, repaid by stamps in January 36,13'1 18,199 Ohio fillers, G-!c.@7-!c.; average lots, 8 .@20c.; wrapL1ght planters lugs ... ,$ 4,50@ 6,50 $ 6,00@ 7,50 3 9 at $10@ 10 7 5 22 do. medium shippers, $0@9 9.t, T 1 Pars, 12C.@35c. Havana-Common, 7 .@85c., good, Low and mid., leaf...... 7,00@13,00 8,00@1 r,oo 11 do. low leaf, $8@8 95, 25 do. common to good lugs, -Tot\ 1.......... 54,336 G d 1 f 1 00@17 00 12 00 @14 00 $4 80. 11 bxs. trash and comm.on leaf at $3@ ota same time '67-'8 .... .. .. 65,134, 95c.@$1; fine, $1 02-!@1 07, currency. Yara-1 cuts, ?o ea : 5, Th b'd N k' b 75c @SOc. 11 cuts $l 02@ 1 08; avera lots, 82-ie.@ Fme and chmce leaf .... 17,00@2 5 ,oo 14,00@1 '1,00 :ro 50 ave_a,e, 10:65. e 1 dmg to-day wa.s sp1r_ o smo mg to ncco was shipped in bond in Janu-sso:, Manufactured Tobacco-Black wtnkThe following is an exhibit of sales for the week end-I ted, and pnces satisfactory; only hhds. reJected. ary. Common and medium, 12tc.@lSc.; goo and fille, 20c. ing February 15th, and for the current tobacco year: By Bnckuer & Co., Planters warehouse, ISO The receipts of leaf t(!)bacco in hbds., at Richmond, d b ht k c d a 15 @ For Since bhds., VIZ. : $15, 15, 15 25, 15 25, 14 25, 14 50, 14, from 1st of October to 31st ult. were as follows: @We.; 0 ng worommon an me mm, c. the week Nov 1868 14 25 14 75 14-13 75 13 13 1350 13 12 12 25ll25E) Canal. R.&P. R.&D. c.&o R.,F.&P. Total. 40C good and ttne 50C @85C p k b '' 7 1 2' 2' l 1 l 1' A l 'A A To Jan,!, 66L 80 490 73 16 1,220 ., b m IC ettware ouse ............ 209 1,94 12, 1 1 12, 12, 12 25, 12 25, "'25, h, h, 12, 11, In Jan., '69 596 60 436 423 12 1 ,627 LIN\VOOU LANDING, Tenn., Fe sales o : warehouse .......... 100 555 11 75, 11 25, 11, 11 75, 11, 11, 11.75, 1150, 1125, 1150, the past week have amonnted to 49 hhds., as follows: Ninth-street warehouse. . 132 1,024 II, 11, 11, 11 50, 11, 11, 11 25, 11, 11, 11, 11, 11, 11, $I3.40, 13.40, 13.20, 13.25, 13, 13.10, 13.10, 13.10, 13.10, Boene warehouse ............ 159 1,134 10, 10, 10, 10 25, 10 50, 10 75, 10 50, 10, 10 75, 10, 10, 12.50: 12.50: 12.50, 12.95, I2.75, 12.95, 12.10, 12.20, Louisville warehouse ......... 136 1,173 10 75, 10, 10, 10, 10 25, 10, 10, 10 50, 10, 10, IO, 10, 10, 11.95, 11, 11.60, 11.50, 11, 11.10, 11.10, 10.60, 10.25, Planters' warehouse.......... 28 141 IO, 10, 10 75, 10, 10, 10, 10, 10 25, 10 25, fo, 10, 10, 10.30, 10.90, 10.75, 10.90, 10:50, 10.25, 10.10, 10.10, 9 50, 9 '15, 9, 9 25, 9 50, 9, 9 75, 9 50, 9, 9, 9 25, 10.40, 10.60, 10.10, 9.60, 9. 751 9.90, 9. 7.5, 9. 75, 8.95, 6.40, Hhds ..... ............. 764: 5,9'14 9 25, 9 50, 9 25, 9 9 55, 9 G5, 9 10, 9 75, 6.601 6.!.51 6,951 4.90, The present weather is very fine for handling tobac-9, 9 15, 9, 9 50, 9, 8 65, 8 50, 8, 8 25, 8 30, 8, S 85, 8, to J$VILLR1 1'. 4 18,-The market during the co, and dealers expect a heavy business within the next 8 25, S 50, 8 '10, 8 75, 8 25, 8 50, S, S 60, 8, S 50, 8 25, past week h,as contlhued to increase in activity day by week or two. 7 75, 7 90, 7, '1_ SO, 7 50, 7 60, 7 60, 7 25, 7 20, 7 05, day and plices h&ve advanced somewhat on allgrade.s. The reoeipts of the week amount to 1,139 hhds., 65 6 05, 6 20, 6 Oo, 6, 6 50, 6, 6, 6 5ti, 6 80, 6 &9, 6, 6 05, On 'w eclnesday the largest sales of the season took bxs., 28 pkgs., and 106 bxs. snuff, consigned as follows: 5, 5 25, 5 -oo, 6 50, 5 55, 5, 5 50, 5 10, 5 50, 5 26, 6 10, place, amounting to with only rejections. By River from Madison: Boone warehouse, 73 hhds.; 5 10, 5 5Q, 5 05, 5 10, 5 25, ti 05, 5 75, 5, 5, 6 05, 4 so, Receipts have been more liberal than dunng any pre-Ronald & Bro., 14; Ninth street warehouse, -18; 4 50, 4 90, 4 85. vic)lS week, aud..tb,e q_nality is _to be Farmers' warehouse, 3 ; Pickett 6. The above sales classed as follows : ina The Oef!f7W of the 12th mstant, m speakmg of Henderson: Glover, Wh1t e & Co., 27 hhds.; 10 hhds. fine leaf 814@$15 75; UO hhds.. good to advanta--7""-.,---,.uu-swcKs o-o day are 19,230 bls., against 14,395 bls at the same time in 1868. CJ!LCUTT!, Jan, 5,-Mannfactured continues in very and we see no prospect of i.my im provement m pnccs for the present. Stocks arc latge. HAltiBURG, Feb, 29.-There bas been nothing doing in North American t9baccos since our last. The sales effected this week in other kinds comprise 540 ceroons St. Domingo, 632 bls. Brazil, and 43 Cumana. H! VAN!, Feb, 13,-N othing worthy of mcntioti bas been done in leaf during the past week and we have no change to make in our prevlOUII remark.,. Cigars continue to be manufactured only Qn & mit.ed 11aa&e as there are only unimportant orders on the market at present. Chewing is quoted at 822@24 per quintal under a fair demand. The exports of the week been: To New York, 79,104lbs. tobacco .wa,ooo c!gars; to New Orleans, 6,000 b&.tobacco a .se 000 cgars; to Philadelphia, 75,000 do. and 3,000 pkts.' cig arettes; to Thomas, 16,142 lbs, tobacco 3 061 OLO cigars, and 118,440 pkts. cigarettes; to the' Caoa;ies ll,OOO cigars and 4,000 cigarettes; 8,2lllbs. tobacco, 55,000 mgai'B, and 65,G56 pkts. cigar ettes. LONDON. Feb, 21-Messrs. Wx. Ba.!NDT's Sos & eo. rr.port : The business done in our market for American tobacco during the month may be set do1vn at 1,000 hbds: Prices generally have been1lteady, and the useful ana finer classes of W Ell!ltem muse be considered decidedly firmer. In Virginia leaf there has been very little done, but some sales of Virginia. strips have been made at firm prices, ny 'Ia to 8!d, up to 1 Od per lb. Of Western leaf the principal sales were made for export, about I 50 hhdiio having been taken at 3td to 4-!d per lb., whilst a few transactions were a o closed for tiie home trade at Sid up to 8d. The bulk of the month's sales was in West-ern of whieh fully 500 hhds. are said to have changed hands, aDd the stock now on offer is very limited. The common classes sold at 5d to 5id, but the better qualities fetched firmer prices, medium selling at 6d to ?d, good at 7-!d to Btd, and nne at 9d, 9-!d, and 10d pet lb .For common Mary lands there was some inqwry for the Continent, and 130 hhds. are said to have been sold to exporters, including about 50 hhds. warehoused at Liverpool, the price being atated to be 5d tQ The imports dui'ing the month have been 348 hhds.1 against See Seventh Page f'or Conelnaloa, DAKIIL H. BU:&DE'rT, AlJGTI85EER. IJ lJRJJ:&1'f, DENNIS 4 0() WILL SELL ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 98,1888, AT one o'clook, at No. 148 But Fln.tol.ll ob'Mt, to cloee a .. .., a com-rtt at Jbd>loery tor Manufaettul.ng 1'lug Toba!]OO, da. Bydrallllc Preee, No. 1 HJdr&ullc Pump, Hydraulic J'llllellilll :r.t, lbapea IUIIl ..... of all klncll, lncrp, Blftw Preeoee, etc., etc. llar be examined at any tlb, I HAVE DAY ADMITTBD MR. B li:NRY W. FISORER, ao a partner In my buolneoa, wblcb wtll be..,.. alteT be cellduc nuder Ule llrm name of CH.UU.BM & ...aBR .t 8*'1'111 CHAJUJIIII B. J'I8CIIU. )how YORK Feb. 1. 1860. CONNECTICUT SEED LEAF TOBACCO, CBOP lRI\4. 150 -.ted wrappen,ligW ud dark-100 cases medinm do. do. 4.0 caoes binders. IKI .,_ lUlors all ol choice quality, for l!&le ill loti W nit P'*- by JOliN L. D&R..'i, '18 Water atreet, tolew York. FOR HU.NDHED CA8t!:8 OJ' OLD TOBACCO, mootly wrappers. A IDe lol and ell< all. JOHN D. St.JI'II'OW>, Dealer, AmboJ, 0 1110.. Well of e.-. .&.ddnM Belle Iale P. 0., OliOJ>Cilp Oo., l'f. Y.

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H E T 0 B A C C 0 L THE ESTABLISHED 1Nrr1836. tJnited Internal Revenue Bonded Warehouse. Thirty-secona Collect'on District. coMMISSION AND AGE.NTS FOR THE SALE OF NO. 104 FRONT-STREET, AGENTS FOB ALL THE li'EWYOB.X, AGENTS FOR THE S..lLE OF MANUfo"ACTURED and LEAF TOBACCO. 45 'VATEIJ STB,EET, NJnV YORK, Would call the attention of the Trade to the following Celebrated Brands of 'P.OPULAR BRANDS OF VIRGINIA TOBACCO, The Fo!lowfug Well-known and Justly Oelebrated Branda of Virginia -NEW YOB..a... 1..64: Water Street, VIRGINIA :M.ANUF ACTURED TOBACCO : .Jas. Thomas Jr.'s EIIJoraao, O:ewel .of Optllir, Spicer's Cream of Vlrfiinia, Loui: s D Or, Cilliam's Wine Sap, Callego, Colden Seal, ffoy3ter's Queen of Hearts, t
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N.Y. Commission Merchants. _WK. VIGELitJS, Leaf OH:AJf F, }MPORTER OF SPANI-SH, AIID DEALER IN ALL KINDS 01!' LEAF TOBACCO. f' NO. ,184 FRONT--STREET, IT-ti NEW-YORK JJ.aaow UE::rnix o. B. & D. :BENRIMO, .AID DUI.XRS Ill .l.LL EISDB Or lf ew York Commission Merchants: -THE TOJJAC"CO LEA .F. r--..-New York Commialion )(erchanta. WALTERY. BRAMHALL. 1 1 H 1l' Jll... JII....O B B .:l S BRA ..U 8 99 Pearl and stene Street,. New York, 0 .IJ ,, IMPORTER AND SOLE AGENT IN THE UNfTED STATftL lobttO ltttdiaut,;;, ANISIC'MA:SS'licmuc 14'7 WATER. ST., H. M:. MolTlS Extra. Behveen Xalden Lane and wan Street, IIIW YGBK, Do. <8> '4t>-JlCJDN'!'S fl:Jr tlae Sale f1l'. aB Do. La Corona de Espana. Standard Brands of YirgUHa & North Carolina Manufactured Tobacco. Eg: LADY FINGERS, GOLD BARS, TWIST, POCKET PIECES,-Aa Aa Aa. M_A Y APPLES, FIGS, GOLD FLAKE, &c., &c., and Do. La Cruz de SOLE ACJmri'S fbr 'the _fbUowiag llraDdll of ALSo, ld "'OV"arra.:n."ted. 8-u.per1.or SM.-OK INC T 0 B A C C 0: # POWDERED LICORICE \, THOMAS & OLIVER'S COutiSSIOB XE:&CHANT :FOR THE BALli: 01' r; y socK:" K," VA. STAS, SOCIABLE, ROSE, OLIVE LEAF T,OBACOQ, I OWL CLUB, ROYAL SIGNET, BUG, r;r Liberal Caah Advances :rn.n.d.e on. Con.slirnJD.en.te. LEAF TOBACCO, 1.24. W A.TER-BTREET, .NKW-YOliK, PIONEER TOBACCO ll&vo onoa!e all !dAdo or LEA.ll TOBA.CCO ror EXPORT OF BROO;:K.LYN,' NE"W YORK. D. C. MAYO & CO.'S VIRGINIA'S CHOICE, t'IONEER of the OLD DOMUUON, OROflOKO, Ul4 DOlO lllm Oapi ta..1, $200,000, FELIX MIRANDA, Organized under the laws of the State of New January 2, 1868. H. W. HUNT, President. .JOHN H. SA BORN, Sec'y IMPORTER OF HAVANA lEAF TOBACCO, AND OF TliJ: BRAND OF SEGARS, "RITICA," Pearl Street,. NEW YORK. JOS. MAYER & SONS, AliD D'CA.Lli:BS IN :1.22 WATEB STBEET, New York. G. REISMANN & CO .. .&liD DE.&.I.EBI llf .A.LL lr.15DS OP i 179 PEARL-STREET, Pin aM Olda,. atrut1, C'O'STAV } J. Lt.""'XJ.NDRR JIUIU.N M:. B. PEARSALL, Importer CoJilDiilaiOil Kerch&llt of HAVANA SEGARS -.UD-LE.KF T.OBA.OOO, liTo. 23 South William Street, 'LA.BOIUIUTO." (\n-11]t WEWYORK GU'l;'.HRIE & CO., ll26 ,J"ront.it(jet, Commission lllerchants .J.ll TOBACCO PRESSERS. Leaf 'fobaoco pTe-Bed \n ba\ee (or t.'M West Jndlt'e1 )fex. Jean, Oeak&l, American, and otbet' markt:lL 'l'OBA.OOO "PACKED IN :HOGSHEADS. BASCH A COHN, Commission Mere han ts, Lear:10bi00o --rii7 WATER STBEEr,' UNB, EW YOBK. I. Btuoh. Tobom& Cotton Factors, .M 0 No. 169 Front-street, ew--York. SIMON ) of unr/. Deale r in Ol3A.C90 AND SECARS, No. PEA.RL STREET, I KEJJ'" TQllK. H. W. HUNT & Agents, 167 Water Street, New York; 16 Central Wharf. Boston. & CU:; 66 IMPORTERS OF HAVANA and YARA, TOEI.:A...GOC!>. -SUCCESSOgS TO APPLEBY'S SON, SHUFF. : .T "& DOMESTIC JOHN K. SMITH &. SON, Leaf Tobacco, Cotton & Tobacco 22 0 H. 'MESSENGER & CO., 166 Water-Sreet. NEW-YORK. FA.C'.I'ORS AND General Commission Merchants, 4?' Bro(td Street, N. Y. VOlGER & HUNKEN. fl(pQftU .AD D&AJ.B8 Dl FOREIGN&. DOMESTIC TOBACCO, ..... LICORICE. 1e1 a lF.T. ..... ..... .... _,.,.,._. Ulno..._ a P. PRESCOTTS GOLDEN STAR, CASCARILLA, CROWl'f. Always on hand full lines of Smoking in bulk, and GEMriNE PERIQl;JE. ::1 ,a x un a q 1 We c&nt\Due to Uli.nut:;.ctur'lall the FAVORITE TOBACCOS and SNUFFS, for which our house Las become famous, and many noveltie.s, to which the of the trade Js in vi:ted. .OUr past..repubtion for making:Jirst-class goocls, and at the lowest market prices, we will en(leavor to maintain. Since an enumeration of all our various brands would hardly enter into the limits of an advertisement, we invite all the trade tosend for circular, .and compare the quality, style, and prices with other goods on the market. LO:FI.XLLAR.:J>. '8, and 20 Chambers Street, New York. ...... M!i.nufacttv.et of the following choice and well-known ilrun,ls of SMOKINC TOBACCOS ; 'l'AHNTED 11, t8l'r. lD )ll'eteDtlllg tG tbe pablle aacllfue for tba manufacture or c'-the ID..torll flll!:r-._ .. In have to meet and eombat opllllolll! and Jlrejudlcee engendered ma: coidrmed bJ repeiW ...._ ..-c the lao t twenty Je&nt to a<:comDileh the reoult he baa attained. YM \be tact lt8Ji4ll patatlbrd wllolla-.. seen or IU oee. aDd judge for tbemoe1-, _that he bAll tn .. nted olmple 111 lUi tlloa 11114 opeatloa, 11'\tll whk:ll .,.. mad<>-bUDchlng, blnd1ng and blahlDi! tllem 1>J: a con-Prillllf..'ud pniclal, ot lbe ...t of 1M dgar. CPraetleai Cigar Xaken Will flllll" Ulloll 4th. Eve1J el!!w made 1>J: It omoke freely, owing 'tG the tact tllat tbe an-ue ....._. 1114 etral,l1btcned br the machinery and tkat !.lie bead a11d body or tbe cigar reco1 .. a ....ubna "lbttollll'oat. Bot l'eQilired. A-ny Intelligent boy or girl can be tan1bt ill a obon-to aptn&e I' -two of whom, oneattbo bunclle< and tbe olber-lliilllbtng, can ..U from !1100 tG 1000 ct.-J!'8l' ..., no, t expenohe, occupy not more -tball .,. ordliw7 Bewiac -..., I Ia from -To 101m tile matt.r up, I now preeent tG the public In tble mae!Wie &D ----w yean or labor ud 1..-,:e upelldllarJI to aU..ID, 11114 wblcb, ltbout I caa MJIIM anv ....., bela reaebed. Am011g maDullletllrenll bUlont-.. dee Ired but ec&rceiJ I!>.,... tor, tbet -otMr ....,.. ...,. lland work mlgbl. be I!Ueceeol'llUyi\ltrodnced 10 econom!Ee In the piodnetleD Dlc:IDn. Tllla ....... ,.. oQt only e11"ect a great eoooomyln mannl'acturlng, but will much better clpr tba CUl _..., M IU4e by band. :I In-rile the crlUcaLc.u.minat1on of the macbiDa b7 uperta, manuileturers, "ui4111l..a..t who ftlel nlllelllllt)J lntereoted tG call. 4 York.1 LONC JACK, CREEN SCENE, TV11ll"l8B STRAIGH'f CUT, ,. VlltGIDI'ld.. .t'-".LilJ::, m:, _H. LEVIlf, GREENFIElD & CO., ORANGE FLOWER, SPORX -Fr\CTlRV: N-.. 11 v..-.. D!Ol'OT A liD No. 1 r, SEGAR BOXES, Furnished In quantitlea tG enlt. by .-, 218 LEWIS STREET, 111.: Y. A. LINDHEIM. G HIRSH. ., ri .. 1 c }l,mU..C urera <> followiDg Oelebrated Brauds of .u -:ur-;j :-J w VIRGINIA 61 Beaver Street, NEW-YORK. OrUe n for Tob a.:co and C cfJon carefully execute I. 113-ltl DIPO&'I'U Cf Tobacco aidS .LJr'D DK.&LD 111 llL .-nrne ) L E A F T OB A C C 0, 162 PEAltL-ST, nearWall-.t., _. Bi-, r l'tEW'YOil"L l 1. L. GASSERT xM:pcft,OVJDX) a. L. a-AssEnT & JiereantJie Ageaey I 247 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. ,.,i t1n'f.l:): x "EW J. K. & SOir, Leac.""-bacco Volume 14 of -our J.IJ ;m i ssu ed Qll the 6th Jan nary 186!1 co to 1 .-, 1 f dato or issue 20,000 name's sLi Ia!! roo. l'o o V(at9f St ...,., orll: isoue. ,4 N Seoo-LOOf: Hav;ma a. SMITH. I TOBJ.VVO, INTERRAL 1 WIIOLIUt.l Ola.T; Wa-ter ll!!ltreet, NIW YOitK li' -.. .... 00 : CFBra .. ll '"""' 8 IIXTR n1lu:T, Pttto1oa .... P11 0. LANGENBACH 8i co. "!fe are prej>ared to delivj)r .tllt 'rol:: VIRGINI.& BE&L, .. F lt GOLDBN ()'&OWN, I I KILLIKJIUCK, O&IBl'tTAJ., OLD DOI'IIINIOJI'1 LYNCHBWBG, BlJLJOT IIOT, ... J "' TOBACCOS. Put U_P m eijlhth'a, quarter's, half's, and OM pound In the moet model'll -1& tu' Jadwy, No. a. Dth Db&rlet, Lpellborg, Va. Tbe subscriber! alao wish to Inform the tnde Ula.t t.he depot tor t.he Oecl. delltal, Dick Tator, and Bed Ro"l'er, manulacwred by L. L. AR!'fii.STEAD, Lynchburg, Va., ia u t.heir w .. houee and Botle..room, 90 Water street, l
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/ -' t l11:z1 ._.J' .._ ... ....._ ....-,.z. v wrt::lii:. : & CO., ,..II..ADU.PHeA, PA., OoiMi'Wim in Leaf and Manufactwed ib&coo, DOlKEST1C A.ND uiiiT.D 8TATa aONDIID WA1t.HOU81:. ., o.ulperll ean r onrard their Stocks without pre pa y ing t.he Governmen t T ax / .B. A.. VAN AGENT FOB LEAF .. & GA 15TBEE'X', iJALTIHOBE, COMMI RCHANTS For the Sale of Manufactured and Leaf Tobacco, Cigars, etc. BOD MANN'S rnsnection &Leaf Tuncco W ariout :01.67 69,6t,eaFNm as &&.ae W e.ter & W lint OliLY 1!.\La AUOTIOR tin' Aft ULII. TI&GilllA, IIJIIOIJIU ,r .tJQ) OBIO D. HIEATT, OHAS. BODKAIN, '" lnepeoter. P....,.l ... re. & ........ ..... .... ,._ G. BB.ABIIEABB & BONJ Henry. & Bro., D EA LE!\8 l.N LEAF TOBACCO, 161, 163, & 165 Pearl Btret, (CORHR O F ELll STREET,) llltllfilctmn ud Wholttlle Dealen hi CXG-AR.&, .... ...., TOBACOO, c. H An.uu,, } lfo. SHIM SC.. O .F. WD:mcK "'ILKE""" !'loa. us and 117 Wetl Froat-Btreet, SEGARS AND TOBACCO, l.u<. A RTDITI\ R. :rououu. DOHAN & TAITT, B. F, PARLETT & CO., 5/o CINOlN1lATL O A ndlmport.ersol OB r/2 Meerschaum and Brier Pipes, Tobacco Commission Leaf w. om l, ().) wm n. R R I 'm= 63 SEGARS, ETC., Qtobntta Qt9ll1ntlSSlOlt Inspect {.on and, Leaf T obacco _____ .::...c::in:.:o.:..innAti Ohio. UD W110laALE DIU.L&U rtf ........... Ia .l M h -. 8 le r s H GRIEST & cr4 Llii"J' o ND MANUF A.CTUB.El.' .A. .It ]1. W.ter !Ito, .. J8 "'"., ware ff,, OommlltJOII ero 8n .. o01" 8 8 ame ..,., DULERS "II< .A.E'I.EJEI:O "'I:J"S :E: \ .... .a. '-"" LO-.f.'DD 6 WATBR-ST ,_, (Sacccsron tO BA..'fNEn&Onu:sT ,) T b S ars Etc" ............ .... ., Ohi L (;ASEY & WAYNE, Pl'oprietors, 0 accos, eg ., .. L Jl., :ur:LIIft, 11 'UaJ. M d .... d 8c 0 ea Commi"ssi"on Merchants hrmen' .¢s 1reJhfo=! C .U.U ...._ ,.._ 'I'.UI"''. PHILADELPHIA. D timore, .&.Y.L l !loa 100 10 2 & 104 W est Front 8tnot, ------------------D. W. KING, AGENT. Seedleaf T o hacca 154 STAT E STREET, Hartford, Collfl. H.&. Z K. DI..U.EU tl( t-Q Q NNEQTfQUT S eed-leaf Tobacco, 222 and State-street, B:A.B'l'l!'ORD. 'OOI!r:ll", L. IJ..L()I(ON. 81 NortJaTia.l.rdat., Ph0a4el)lllla. G. JL BOLENIUS, Ne. &ll SoatJa Cha.rln St., Baltimore CINCJNNATI, Ohio. M AMMOI & c o. hi& .A. U CTION SALES DAil-BAccro-lanufactmd Tobacco and G W.GAIL & AX, A. TOBAcco ..".'"""""' ...... F..the Purchase and Sale o f SALOMON & DE. LEEUW, C "\Jo.aoaw. PRA;rsT., s Commission Merchaiit, THORNTON, POTTER & CO., LEAF TOBACCO, lmporterofandDealel"81n:Cisars CINCINNATI, OHIO. 159andl610oiRDleroe-street, t prepa,-ta g th e G o ve,_t Taz. .,.,_.,. Dealer ,,. ...,. Pip Snuft'-boxes, &c., No. 18 Hammondetreet,. LR AP BE GARS"' llo. 28 BARRE STREET, HENRY MEYER, Oinoinnatt. o. --84 Lombard .Street, (nea.r Ligh t,) Baltimore, Md eurtng o f new leal on comm loolo n AND 1 d COMMISSION MERCHANT, e.ur .Lo'II"IIHJUL. lAOOB WJUL. D .., BA.LTI:TIORE. DEPOT-With o .. ::yAx, & KucliLllll .,oo '!Ban .IlL .-.&.1111. VA S E G A R S-o-.,,.,.,tly OD h...,. t&r .. \a.n\itJ o f 175 Wate r lll:reet, N e w o r lt. 11-63 And Whol esale D ealer lu S LOWENTHAL l CO :18-11. 1 N I I 7 North Th-1 rd Street, a .... ;. PHILADELPHIA. sc:BROEDER\\'co.:llll L w -2!-!!"LTHER, oHio & copmcTicuT PLUG .ToBACcOINn ciGARS. .JACOB MARINER Commission Merchant LE..LiJ' TOBACCO, .um WBOLDALIIDL\JoD811t lLUIUJ'.f.OTVUR o Leaf and Manufactured .00. LEAF T 0 B A c c 0, IC:I E G.A. R. B' Tobacco aud ..., gars, 'TOB.l.CCO u rroa, 381 Main St., Cmcmnat:., o. llo. 78 llain St. below Pearl, \.! No. 90 l.A>mbard S t ;...w .. wwwTf 0 m..us m ( Onl rloor 'UJflll qf i>'xchange place), ....................... .f.liD WBOLIIII_..,. -'d. W H GLORE JR C 0 GLORE. Leaf and Havana .Tobacco, ,No. 81 Excha n g e Place, BALTUIORE... ...... & ROS J T. BOI.l.lU.. J'. A.. PRAGUll. .... J IJOo-:BA..X..T:J:::JM:OR.E. ar Libe r aladYlJnCements madj> -?o;;si gn m nts J. A. P. GLORE B ., I:Centon Warehouse, No, 734 N THJBD STREET, -1---mrrr' 1iiESK E & CO,, """ r mnuet J. T. & CO. Internal Revenue Bnnded WarehOuse G. KERCKHOFF & co,' AND lll,pectton a n d CoJDmblon Sale or m emns m wnoLBux.B nLBns m LEAF TOoBACCOS, .. '" <-1111. Jttd 'MattO, __ c_o_v_I_N_G_T_o_N .... _K __ Y_. _____ G_re_-_-_ _u_ee_t._eo_Yillc'O_. __ .. _XT_. __ .I.ND No .ao South Cbarae. street ST. LOUIS TOBACCO WORKS. GeneralCommissionMerchan t s WM. A. BOYD & CO., BALT I MORE. Md. LEGGAT, HUDSON & CO., l'fo. 811 Nor&h Water Street, Gn.Mow." F RANK Gms o:.-. JUNUPAC'l'UBBBII OJ' nDT GRADE OP seatlfo.,.PneeList. PHtLAELPnu aud lo-batu GILMOR & GIBSON, PID.e OU.t Cbewtna d: Smoktna !II' HB 0. y UJIVOLIIOORa J NINMOO RS. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, l MPORTERS OF !E" 0 El .A<:: c 0. WltiP+"'"trllB8!1 OJ" TBB \ 's. & J. MOORE, Ne. 33 Solb Sl., BaUimore. Havana s e g ar s Justly Renowned T 0 B A C 0 \) W>< .... :aoTD. ..... A B OYJ>,a. Our special Bmuda: fiBe Out, Gn.T EDGE, BEAU'fi, Smoking, INGLESIDE, HOBTABA "YOUNG AMERICA," Commission Merchan t s, __ u_ .... s .... __o_N_D_E_o ... And General Commission Merchants. O.II'H....., B&lullHm, ....... 8eeon4 ato4 r .... Be.., ST. LOUis, M:o h w t r.. N o. 50s. Gay St., BaltimQ'f" e .Mound City Tobaoc o Works c.& R. OORMITZE R &. CD. .Yare Our Hobby," 107 Nort a.te rst r ee' II -.moLB8mnuLERSill ..... ..... s," m6Z-11.CBAEL WPHAILRADTE:::;. : 'J I .. Leaf Tobacqo & Cigars, 1H a I} lr"lr.., D'-' .III.A.D FIVE B ROTHE.Rts .1. vDAC<:O WORK S O h Smoldn!J & C!tewlu!f Tobacco, "' Fine u t 0 ewi n g & S moking wr1 1 r s k AJm oraa or (Bucceuor 1o :BOLDIN a; w ARTirlAN,) ; oss ,_., """ ""- .,.. n. ""'"" anti ,. ... IJ( s o mo c r s fINE CI&ARS, '.T 0 :lEI .A. 0 0 0 &ooou .... -.n, '"OIIou.s """J.n,) .. ............... ... .... ltl'Nt, -----------DETROIT, l'IIICH. PIUt.AftLPtfiA. JOSHUA HUNT f a 1\l'>..W ol ) \ --. -.A. BOK Bt. .,, ,,.,. lEAF AND MANU R 1 COMMERCE STIBET AID 13 CITY WH.H.F, ......_ Dll"''BTliR AN D XAN UPACTU RER OJ' an&DOM[STIC SfJ) SMITH & YOUNG, l. KINGSLEY & CO .. -li>dailel'l lind 'Dealen I D DllaeQIJ: IQid the CEL:sliJBA.T;Jia> U P .t\ N UP. !:; PLUG AND CUT T o geth e r with a geDCI'Il .. oort m en t of PIPES nd S MOKERS' ARTICLES, e No. R Wetmir .. ter St., Pn.UeRct!. B. I. ... ......... .... Ull' fiiU.tOO. AND CIGARS,' L01JitiVILL.E, KY. FRANCKE &; ELLER, Tp:B.A.OOO CO MERCHANTS., a117 Main atreet, bot-n 7th and 8th1 L01JISVILLE, IY P&rllcular attentio n giv en t o t he p urch&oe and o ale or LEAl' AND !IAlWfAOruRED TOBAOOO. ll. B G. P 'l'fAD. M. B. NASH & BRO. Leaf Man u f actlll'ed ..... CCQ JROKERS, CQ1". Main a1ul BUUitt Sts., LOUISVILLE, KY. BBM' OJ' REF!Il'.BNCES GIVBN. W e a S p e cialty of Toba. o oo. P. Lorillard's Western Branch. F _OY & KEYS, ... MANAOERS1 TOBACCO, IU AID C Y .. 88 &utk Water Street, OHIO.& GO, Ill. I C. GOLDSTBIK oo., lOTION & COHJIQSS:IIO In. Foreign and. DO'ID..eio teaf & Manufactured Tobaccos. Segars, &c., S'l'RA.VS BROS, "'7} W illiam S t. New York. 0 (Bel. Clartc and La Ball e ICRI!!t -' 4lf Liberal A.dvanoee made on c& ... isuD>ents. -------------=--=...: __ ;:._:--J. L. 6MfTH, Toba tl/.Ag 11 & C:S:IC.A.GO. pr Goo .. ol41 oDIJ. 8u8lission Merchants, 23 CENTR!.L WIURF, BOSTON. Flllli:OIS Fmum, Pa..Nm a K FusiiR, Bmu.OJ: N P'l &BBa, JOBH N. F'urun SHEPARD &: FULLER, Seed Leaf Tobacco, 214 S'J'.ATE STREET, Dartl'ord, (;oDDo SISSOr-a &. HATHAWAY, Pae ken and Dealer In OoDllecticut Seed Leaf TOBACCO, Main HARTFORD, CONN. roaaaco cnowsnst Commission Warehouse, H. B. WILCOX, Nos. 169 and 171 Front .. st., HARTFORD, Conn. IOIE'Pll _I. WOODliFF, nux.Q' Connecticut Seed-Leaf TOBACCO, No. 288 ST.ATB N!rBBEP, HARTFORD. CONN. ,_,._____ L N. WOODWORTH, DEA.Lli&R Xl'f Connecticut Seed Leaf 211 &au Street,' '\./ HA.BT:FOlU>, OoDD. J .8 I G N 0 R &AQ I'I' U 4-U IIB.f.J.D 18 Con n ecticut Seed-Leaf Tobacco, EAST HARTFORD, COD. Cmmllt l'tbadb, 110..20 lUJIPD"B.-STBD'l', VES J .. ) 0 $ !lA GC 0 Danbury, .... ....... p ......... ritl-121 BOSTON ADVB:RTIDDlfTI!I, IWD&Io-. ,... -.... --.-D. s. aaow oo.; .f.IIJI ,.,._... IDoiiALDa JW. Leaf and lllanuf'aoturecf. IUVDA Pli.IliOIPB, AIRl DOJESTIO OIG'AB&. lleencha.am a n d Brl&r .. PfpH, aa.d S moke ra .A.rU.._,. Gtoua lly h cltJeiYdy \ vtlo lei&J&. SJ and 3 l R1110otd:eMe!!'-I

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.. THE TOBACCO LEA 1r. Exports of Tobacco from the Port of New York. HOGSHBADS, ETC. I CAS.JtS AND BALES. PACKAGES ANll BOXES. MANUFACTURED lbe To Foreign l"orts other than Elll'opea.n Ports. .,..: ". .S-al '"'"' d ..... ., ... .s "' li ..... ., ... i ---------l------------------------1----1 Africa................................... 5 ........................................ 2,112 ll1112 2,112 Argentine Bepnb............ ... ... .. .... .. .. .. 15 15 15 ......... .......... ................. .... Bruil .................... ....... ......... ..... ...... 2 8 ...................................... ., .. .. Bnt. .A.ua&nlia........ ... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 160 .... ... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ...... I ,7,,80 Brit. Guiner. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7 U ..... .................. .................................... o9o Brit HODdtlna I 0 0 1 26 ';, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 260 Br1t. N A. CoL... ......... ....... 15 10 10 .............. ""ii' "2:ssi' SO,lli B,.a W.llldlee... .... .... .. 2 4 2g 11 151 .. 1 ........ .. C&DIIIIa ................... ...... ....... .... .. u 25 51 .......................................... .. Cenlral .!merle& ........... -.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. s s .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 681 Chili.................................................. .. ............................................. .. China ....................... .................. Cisplatine Rep11b. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... Cab& ................................. "'"Ii' ..... Danish W. Indies .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 .. .'22' .......................................... .. 85 ::: :::: ::: :: :: :::::: :: ::: :: ::::: :: ... :ii9 24 ....... ....... ...... ....... ... .. 1,656 :: .. :::::: ... .. ... ... .. ..2 ...... 2 ..... io ..... 4 ...... 4 ...... 4. 1,900 1,900 2,900 298 French W Ind1es.. .. .. .. .. 15 15 138 .. .. .. .. .. ...... .................. 210 210 210 Hayti .......... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 205 20:1 205 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... llexleo.. ... .... .... .... .. .. .. -15 ...... ...... ..... ...... .. New Granada....... .... .. ',5 403 .. .... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. 7,801} Peru .. . .. .. .. .... .. . . ......... 1, tt'J 19 529 12,458 Porto Rico. .. .. .. .. ... .... .. .. ... .. .... ......... ................................. ::::: ::::::: :::::: .. : : .... 2o .... 5o : : ::::::::::::::::::::::::: : .... ...... 4o2 Other pons. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. TOTAL ............... ----;so-1,18!---4---.------u--7,G34-16,591 16:5,881 To European Ports. ---------------------------1----1--....................... .. 63 310 ...... lll 112 8,976 8,976 Bareelo11a ..... BBroermdeeanux .. .. ...... .. 1 6 2 .. .. 289 .. "1',849 2;:io6 5;6i9 ::: .'.-:. : ... :::::::: : .. 7;896 .. .. is;928 ................... Bristol. ......... . ................... . ............ C&d.iz.............. ....... ....... ..... ........................................................... .. Fjume.................... ........ ... ... ... .. ......................... ............................ .. ............................. H26 ...... '"302' '"i62 ........ ""84' "'ssi' ::::::: ::::::: "28,719 1 ra ar .... .... ........ ....... 4 0 0 Glaagow .................. ....... ....... ... .. ....... ....... ....... 6 ...................... H mb"rg 1'1 17 1'1 SO '749 ...... .. ... .. .. .... 8,6i9 11,489 a " .. 19 40 ; tO 40 Havre .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19 19 Leghorn.. .. .. .. .... ...... .. i3o .... ...... ...... .. .... Lblbon ....... ... ...... ....... ....... 60!t .............. ""34' .::::.: Li.-erpool .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 32 6 4 0 "" London .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. s 93 47 47 492 .. .. .... Londonderr7 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... " llalaga.... ................ ... ....... .... .. ...................................... Malta..... . . . . 3 llarse11les .. .. .. .. Naple8 ....... ....... .. .. .......... Palermo .. .. .. .. ...... .. 2o .... 2o 2o .... .. Ro";eraam ............... 164 164 ....... V I 0 0. 0. 0.. 0 0 ... en ce ....................... '"294' 782 S .. .... ... 2 ........... .. :::::: ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..:.:_:_:_ :...:_-_:_: ..:.:_:.:..:_ __ .. ...:...:.:.:..: :..:.:.:..: .:..:_ ToTAL ............ \ 54'71.476 "7,042 -1,6U 8,216 7,8U 139 626 91,788 149,'839 I Exports of Tobacco from all Ports of the United States. HOGSHEADS, ETC. CABBS A.ND BALES. PACKAGES AND BOXES. Where to. ----1----------------------------------Amsterdam ........... .... "" "" .. "'ii" .... .. i i2 .. ii2 """ ...... .. .... .... "i 97a. .. "8 9'76 ::::::: .... ..... :::::.: ................. :::::::::::::.:.:::.::::::::: .. : ........ : .. Bordeaux .. """""""' "" "9i; .. "1' 669' i '849 "325' "6,si9' ::::::: :::::. ::: :. :: "7,896' : ::.::: .... 1s,928 Bremen..... 1 .. . . . . . ....... Bnatol .. 0 0 0, 0 0 Cadiz ............................. Fiume .......... o o ,o Geno& ........ ............. "'391 1 42s :::::: :::::: '"662' ....... ...... '":i84' :::::::::::::: .. 2s,7i9 Gibraltar .......... ...... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. 40 .. .. .. .. .. 60 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Glasgow ....................... .j.. .. .. .. 17 SO 140 '149 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 8,649 11,489 Hamburg .. ... .... .. .. .. .. 119 40 .. .... 40 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ................. .. Hane ........ ,. ........... -,LegllorD ..... ...... ... .. ........ Ll'sbon ............. .. .. .. 1110 "">I "" "" """ ""' '' .. .. "" .. ''' ;6 889 18 909 .. .. .. .. .. .. 84 .. .... .... 46 .. .. .. .. .. .. 0 ,. u Liverpool. ... .... ........ 202 4y ...... .. .. 492 .. .. .. .. .. .. 39 83,8g2 .. .. .. 105,840 London............. .. S 1 ............. ............... -............................ .. Londonderry .. ll. 7Rl ::::r : :: .. :.:: .. :: :::: :::::: : : : ::: :: :::. : ::: :::: ::::::: :: : :: :: ::::::: : ::::: : : : :. : :: ::::: ::::::: .. : .. ...,.a.rseilles 6 3 I .. .. .. .. .. ...... Jll. ............. 0 ::::::::::.::::. ::::::: :::::::::::: : ::::: .::.:.:::: :::::: : :::::: ::::: .. :: : .. :::::: :::::: :::::::: Rotterdam ..... ....... .. 920 ... .. .. !12() 16i I 16! 100 105 205 ................... .. : :: ::::: ::,. :. : : : : : :. : .. :: :: : ::::. : : : ::: :: .. : ::: j:: : : :. :: :::. : : : :: : ::: :. : ::: .. .. Bombay .............. ..... "" ...... 21 19 ....... ....... :::::: ....... j85 ::::: ":::: ::::::: '17,780 Bnt1sh Auetrah ...... ...... .. .... .. .. .. .. "I BritiSh Gu1nea .................. 14 ...... .. 26 I 990 Br1tish Honduras ................ .. .. .. '6o 1 .. "59 147 ..... .. .. s. ...... ...... British N .A Colonies. U 15 43 11 13 163 '' 11 '4' 882 ... 'i67 111,593 British Woat lndws. .. .. .. 2 2 ....... Calcutta ... 0 0. 0 0 0.... 0..... 0 0 0. 0 0 0. 0. 0 .............. o. C d 211 ....... 51 .......................... ana a.... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3 11 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 683 Central.A.mer1ca .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ...... ...... ...... Chili ........... ""....... .... ....... ....... .. .. ... ....... fOO ......................................... .. ... Rep .... b.;," ............... ;"" ....... ::::::: :::::: :::::: :::::::::::::.::::::: :::.'.'.'. : :::. : :: 1sp atine u rue ......... ...... .. "" """ 8 1 8"7 Oa6 ()uba ..... ........................................... -. 8 8 ....... ...... ...... 1'6:16 Danish We11t hldfea. ......... .. .. 1 6 """ .... ... 24 ; ... .... """ """' .... 2'noo d ......... :: .. ll,900 ... Dutch East In 1ea ....... ...... ...... ...... .. ........ ...... io .. .. 4 4 21!8 u 523 Dnteh West Indies ........... ......... "" 2-" "' "" '210 French West Indies........ 16 .. .... 138 .. .. .. .. .. .. 25 .. -. ..... .. .. .. .. 210 ....... Hayti .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2051...... 2613 .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Japan ... _,. ................... -.. ...... .. ......... 5 .. .. """ ....... .. """ """ .. M . Ill ..... 1,127 en co ...... : : : . .. .. 73 '13 . 11oate.-ideo .. .. .. " I 40 3 '1 800 19 629 ........................... :::.:. ::::::: .... ....... ::::::::::::::::::::: ::.:::: .. : ........ .. e" e ............... .. "" .... I 12 468 ::::::: :::::: ....... ::::::<:::::: ... :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ..... : ... Sandwich Islands... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... 82 52 ...... .... 11 ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. Sitka .......................................................................... ....................... ::::::: ::::::: .:::.:. ::::::: .... 2i1. ""iso' ::::.;: :::::: :::::::::::::: ::::.:: ...... 4o2 Other Porta....... .. .. .. 60 .. .. .. 60 3'7 f2 .. .. .. 156 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Total........ .. .. .. 1,848 1,402--6,851 1,8af 10,288 --;;----;o5 102,190 27,459 4o2,66'l Where from. NewYork................. au 11419 3,249 1,'184 ua 8,999 .f lOS &H 911,-tn 3&,t69 Baltimore.................. 90i 8211 1,8>&1 60 66 1'13 .... .. .. 178 .. .. .. .. .... BOI!ton.................... '71 f 216 ....... fl 98-! USS ....... 29lS .................... liew Orle-............... 1101 .. .. 476 1....... t7 47 ................................ .;. .. .. .. Philadelphia .......... !'... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ... .. .... .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. 2,768 87, 21,987 :::::::::::: : ::::t::::_: :: :::: :::::: :::;; ::: ::: ::::;:: ::::: < 1,4flil 6,PIH 1.8U 9q5 10.t88 llllt lCIIS I 120 102.190 t7 4119 f02,1141'1 ERTON. Tobaooo Oommiss'n Merclut, DANVILLE, VA. Orders for Leaf prompUy atteadet to. Rlri'KRe TO )(eeero & lllLLBR. New York. ll-rs 0 HBINBKRN & PALIIORB, New York 1leeol'll PLEASANTS & SOlfS, Bolldm-Kr JOB. THOMAS, Rlcbmolld lla. GA.RBBT F WAT,ON, )(......,, J. :S. VJCNABLB & CO, PeleiiiiJarc. tQt.l/34 T.a.x-PAID IMuannurr, 0.00 of.llt&ernal Rev --, W8ehiagton, Feb. 1511869.-.8ir: The additional tille giYen by &lleaet duiagwlaieh dealera qht lellmoking ..a fine cat ehewiDg to witlodt packing and the ae by Sections 82 and 78, Act of July 26, 1968, ex_paree to-day, aad llereafter &llauch to baoco, before being &old or offeNd ftW ale, m t1K IN put. up in the packages prescribed bylaw and penalties are impoSed' for any violatioa of the law in tbie J_'egard. Pe.., eons haviUJt in their po88elsion suoli tObacco, iucur no lia?Uity for k!lEip ing i$ nu.tamped, so long as they do not sell it, or offer for Mle. The !!tamping a DOt to be dvne b-y int.erual revenue fficers, Of UJlier their inspt-etion, but by tha ownen of tile tobacoo. It becomes tbe duty of a'l revenue oflloen te caue the law ia this respect to be oomp1ied witla, and to report aU Yivl&t.ions of it for prosecat.ion. :Relpeotfully, E. A. RoLLms, 1 PRESS, FOR BALINC Granulated Smoking In presenting this Press to the public I feel confident that I am meeting a want which has long ex1sted. After four years tnal of various presses, more than a year ago I commenced bmlding one to meet my own and suc ceeded in producing the present Press wh1ch does the reqmred work rapidly and efficiently, producmg at same time all the various sizes of packages now in m a con densed form. It is durable, and constructed wtth a v1ew tQ future use. The capa01ty IS unlimited. WHAT IT WILL DO. An adult and 2 ch1ldren can pack in 10 lroura, 10 gTosa 2 oz pkgs u 661) lbs 4:: " 1, I 00 lbs 8 " ij :1,000 lbe 16 u 4 26 gross 2 " 880 lbs 4 u u u u 1 760 lba 8 When addmg help beyond five (5) persons 3 extr& are required. H H II eight (8) U 5 ll "thlrteen(13) 7 When it will be found that the increase of packages will be m a greater proportion than shown above. The pack ages are labeled and stamp ed. POWER REQlTIRED. !lB as the whisky was stored he grants permits f'or Its 1mmed1ate removal to California. The bonds are re ceived; the parties have nexr been heard of since. Thorne says he dtd not consider himself responsible. Gardner was only bonded clerk. His duties consisted simply in receiving the bonds, en ter them in a book and record them. Gardner regard ed it as no part of h1s duty to look after the sureties. Even if Gardner had felt 1t his duty to inquire into the sufficiency of the sureties, it was then too late. I think, therefore, it may be_ said no bonds were taken by Thoi-ne when the perunts were granted. The frauds which have been perpetrated during the last years have done more to bring reproach upon this country than anything which has happened since the framing of the Constitn twn of the United States. Hundreds of millions of dol lars are stolen yearly from the people by frauds in the internal revenue. The frauds most glaring and damag ing In their character are such as are committed in cases similar to this. The jury brought in a verdict in favor ofthE)-Government for too,ooo. L I Foote, $35. Total. $105. All of which is respeotf.UJ submttted. JOHN STRAITON, } Delegates from tha THOMAS J. RAYNER, Oigar Manufacturers' A. W. FooTE, Association of N. Y. NEw YoRK, Feb. 15, 1869. -----------CBEltiiV!L RESEJ.RCHES INTO THE COMPOSITitl OF TOB1Ct0, Professor Mallet, of the U nivel'llity of Virginia, sena. to the Soutltern Planter and Farmer the communication. We earnestly commend it. to the elalii appealed to, and will take great pleasure in publishinr the results of the investigation. Few more important; subjects can enga11:e the attention of the plantel'll, who, we are sure, will De much obliged to Professor Malleti for the aid he proffel'8 and is so well qualified to render: UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, Jan. 22, 1869.To the Editor of the &uthern Planter and Fa1"1nllf'Sir: In the present condition of Virginia-just begin TOBACCO liA'NUFACTURER!.' TAX-::R.:iTURliS ning, but, as we 'hope, Ieally beginning tg recover FOR JABUAB.Y, 1819 the wounds intlicted by war and from the yet IDPN 0 z i:'NO. 0 1l "' OF DISTRICT. deadly paralysis of the years which have followed-it. -.:: is admitted on all hands that our industrial resources T!\:'!. 8i must be carefully husbanded, and that for the abundant. .,].& co sold but crude labor that we have lost we must substitute .E!"' oubJtltt c. to 'l'u. more skilful, more intelligent, and moro eoonomicallr Ponnds. Pollllde ditectea labor in the future. With limited means, both T' J At the greatest pomt of pressure the least power IS reqmred. The motion 1s slow, be;ng highly geared, but an inch belt is req mred to drive 1t, or the person in attendance can operate it by m eans of a treddle The pres:s mg, is done instantly at one motion, to any degree of hatd ness, tb e package discharged at another, or it can be dis charged by hand. PRICES. Press Complete, $150.00 of labor and capital, we mu s t endeavor to obtain the largest product whteh the best application of our in austry and tho judicious investment of our money and employment of our land are capable of yielding. Thia is in a high d egree true of agriculture. Our farmers cannot afford to cultivate the soil in a rough, imperfect a way hy 'rule of thwnb;" but must examine closel:r the conditions n e ces sar y to make every ac::e of 4 proa.uce not 9 nly a crop, but the largest crop and the Moulds, 2 ounce each, 1.00 4 1.75 .. 8 2.00 16 3.00 Clamps for Moulds, 4 & 8 ounce together, 4 00 16 4.00 'l'he above prices of Moulds are for those m use of an oval form, the s1ze being right as regards hardness of the package also, With a VIew to economy in making bags f pm cloth t or l yard wide. Any size and shape mould furnished by sending a bag and drawmg of the shape required For further informatiOn, please address, best crop which can possibly he o btained from it; and this with the least possible expenditure of labor and money. In some particular directions there is great lack of 1>uch infotmation a11 intelligent farmers, wh9 I WM. S. KIMBALL, RocHESTER, N.Y. February, 1869. wish to improve their methods. of cultivation, now quire, and m these directionsa wide field lies open Io scientific research thl.\.t may be expected to furnish re sults of othorongbfy practical yalue. I trust that the fine laboratory for agricultural and industrial chemistry of the University of Virginia, now nearly completed, may be nurde to aid in such useful work; llut, in order that investigation in tbe laboratory may be made to as sist the farmer, the 1arO:er must be willing to perform 2 a portion of the work himself by careful obser v ation and practical experiment in the open fields. Mv object; -w--..tonoeA.Crom StrveUh Page. 852 hhds. last year; t 1,108 hhds. MmparE:d witlr 1,194 hhds. in 1868, an8 the stock is now 15,969 hhds. agllinst 21.,640 hhds. at. same time last year. .OTWestern strips the _stock is reduced to 3,351 hhds., against 6,309 }lpds. in 1868 Substitutes have been taken rather fr ee ly, and a parcel of J al?an recently arrived waj! sold at auetion at very high pn.ces. The transactions in have been ver1 limited, but for CavenJish of good quality tb.J)"re ha 'ii! been more demand, though the ordinal'y and common grl!odes are vety difficult of safe. LONDON Feb. G.-Messrs. WM. BRANDT's SoNs & Co., by report to THE Tmucco LEAF, say: Since t)Je beginning of this month the mark6t here for American leaf tobacco has remained quiet, but there has. been more demand for Western stnps, aud abol!lt 150 to 200 hhds. have been sold at from 5td. to 9td. per lb. The market generally is very Rteady. There have been no arrivals of Aueriean tobacco during the we('k, in you with this letter is to appeal for aid in such mvest1gat10ns to the farmers of V1Tgmia. Surely there arc intelligent men in alJl districts of the State, who will be willing to...giYe a b ttle time and attention in the course of their sumll"s work te ohservmg and branches of a$ricu tnre, as 1f -tain, and who will agree to eanry out, on a small seale inst!Jlctions or suggelltions as teo experiments with nures and the collection ef for chemical analyses. My present aim is to make, during the com ing r.ummer, a careful exsmination of tobacco with special-reference to the mineraL matter which c1 op from the oi h ing th s to wow BO.QI.e more light than we as yet possess upon the proper com position of manures for 'Recor4ea Sale of Cigu-Stampa fn of January, 1889. analyses..of the ash of tl!lbac'co are, so far, few iii tier, by no means accordant in their results, a'l'!d-1!8fe 'l'blrty -l!eCO!Id D!Atrlct Fourth 1J1stnr.t 0. 0 Flf h Dlo1rlct .... ,, ........ LIYERPOOL, Fd, 2,-Messrs. WM. BRANDT's SoNs & Co. report : Sllarer. Co lory Mary lands are ib demand. The imports during the month have been 324 against 1,167 hogsheads last year. The deliveries have amounted to 1,725 hogsheads compared with 1,140 hogsheads in 1868, leaving the stock at 18 809 ho
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THE -DJj YOU irAllllJPACTURERS. -Anh Gf d & Co ILICORICE PASTE LidORIOE ur 11 en er ., SON", F. W. BECK lt. CO., svcmeeou,.. -WALLIS & CO. I JJCMWiacturer/J of G.,.uin Gllluder, Napuleoo ll.lttiki>Ck, !UW-T&R'X, iloll"Pb W Ora.r1 James G. 132 FRONT STREET, o.-, }kotj !Ill, :e. o N' ll!l 'Y' 0 :&:. Exclusive Agent for the Braud of !EXTRA. Tobacco manufacturers Mid the trade in general are _pa.rtictrlarly to. mine and test the supenol,' properties of tllis LICORICE, which, being nQw brought' to the highest perfection, is offered und er the above style of brand A We are a1ao SOLE AGENTS ror the brand P. G. Wholeeale 'IIJld RetaO. )i;tabllsbed In Earope, 1839. _.1 Bstabllhed lu New Yorli:, lou Be]ie,irlng, Boign_g, etc Pipes .and Holders of any design, : etc., cut to A. 0 .. C. r Aclmowledged by consumers oo be the T. AI LAW'R.ENCE & 00,1 -r. u I 0 0 R I C E, bestinthemarket. Andfor the brandof ksopb L. L Wood. fTr .. Ambers, Welchsel Stems, Cates, etc, sroR'Es: fHOMAS HOYT & CO. ...r ..J.:.:.t Licorice St1ck (Suocesso!'ll to Wm'l'rliL & G. B. 27 Q' ohn, middle of the blo'ck,. ..,.,. Compo sed of _,.....,.,...,_. o is no;v .ready to -wAvw- In all respects equal oo CALABRIA. 485 n6 )I!'Oome. olt, 5,840 Tobacco, Snuff & 'Cigars, 'robaceo Manufacturers We are oJso AGENTS for the bred 374 Pearl Street, lle-Yor"' .. and Dealers G. z., Hovr and JoHN F. FLAoo, PEARL STREET. .PACKED IN P .OCKET POUCHES. ... -&tented Dec. 3d, 1867. J NEW YORK, .. .., whicl\ will be found constantly hand. .. ....;.,,:1arte_.,""'"f With his improv d make. Licorice Root, select e-nd ordmary-, constantly ,;mufacturers of all icinds ot Parties will find it oo their to on hand. QO.:U, W .. cp., .Doaae.&le a.an. .1 'I asq_ertain before purchasmg else!ZO k 31 South Wl1Ua01 St. upon Pill patent, manu!actu.-ed or BD'OMD li'OB ..-JJl be Ctit.eil: FIN CUT CHEWJNG AND I SMOKING .. Allo, a .... 'ftiWr ol -whereo j -[ POST-OFFI()ll: BOX !69' lngllab, French, German, ana SilotoJl ----: Cl&:r Pipu. -.;.' w yop BRO&Us. HENRY M. MORRIS, ..--OATTUS: & RUETE 99 Pearl and: G2 Stone Street, I I \ ,J ,I u. I . .. ;,.. ,'{ .. SNU AND CIGARs: ..ARTICLES A.ND PA-TENT til" I NEw y 0 R K, T b Sri. uff&C' r IMPORTER 0 8CC0, 1gars, No. 129 I Peari Stree't, 0 b ; Composed of un DUUM .. ALL 1<1..,. or ,. I HovT and JoHN F. FLAGG, f-ea! an'b Jing NEW YORK. svcctssoas To 1ar & 2oa WATER-ST., FREDERICK FISCHER, UOYT, FLAGG & co., ea-.s IIW tiD .. .. ,_ sTREET, ['o ba:cco .D-l'oker, ... LouisviLLE, KY.. F. w.,BELDEN, 2 H B 'Icr 1 OUR .,RAND No.. u1 ngs, DlMLER fN I (HJoYlLU.Iala lJ! BuD-LEAF' ABD JIAVAIA Tobacco, STREET, r(up lltlb'sj lliliiW YOBX. I Onelda.Toltaeeo Work.l and Sei'BI' BaiJQf&ctory. D. BUCHNER, (IS*-lo BOBZXOHECK ,f, 'I'AUSSIG) X4NUP-!-CTORER OF E. SPINGARN & co., 'FINE ':'l'..TT DEALERS IN Chewmg and Tobacco IJ:obaooo & Segars, AND CICARS, r 8 BURLINC SLfP, Havana Si:xe,., Cheroot, '-< 'II"'.A:P'ZR-8TBUT, 256 D 1 St N y k -. .... !"': NEW-Yo:RK. e ., ew or ..... ALIIL .. .....,,._ I&JL ._ IPDI114 )t(auulaclur.,(of the following brands olliiLL!CXD.'ICK: = oftho\J. S., Baae B&IJ, Wlncbester, BMitaaan' [ II Vlrgtn!& Lear. Lydn, Gr<>ci&n Bend. ltiWI Ofl ya J Impronment, 1 RapP*Iuanock : W I l II ... ......._.,. Clle auO'tlll'lq cea.n.... ......,.,. TOBACCO. Esc:iabit. LILIENTHAt;oa J IU 11P..l(l'r0&'- Of Cut Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, 11'1', 21t, A; 121 Wasllugteu-st., eor. llarelfty, NEW-YOnK. And of Light and D&rk Wort,Lump, 'l'wlot-, and RoB '1'<>-bacco. Nepperhan Tobacco Works, Yookctl1 N.Y. CJU tWtl"O TOB4CCO.I B Chewing. )fild Smok:ng, Tbe Celebrated 8HOJfUG TOBACCO. Granulated, Youug AmcriG&l A. ExLr& Long, 'rurkllh, Standard, B Smoking, Spa.nbh, C<>blnOC, ll!atra 0 Prtnch, and other NeptWI ; BaToi'J, Lootc Swold.ug, J'anc7 Sm-oldnr, Ca.vendhb, No.1 8mo1dng, Tobacco. 1SN'VPF. Rnae 2cent.el, Naoeob6y, .Frepeh.. Jt&ppee, Congrea, and SCotch, lrtrrne L!beral Good1 Wt.rranted. Oroen prompt!)" executed, I liO. 15. 0LD-SLIP, I' Wt oo=er ol W..UNJtt'Aiet; 1 111>-tO'J .. .. .. 160 Pearl o-: '!l'.u.L IIIIIUI'1 ) .r NEW-YORK HENRY RODEWALD, lobacco Broker, 7 Wmiam St, & 63 Stone St., ; NE'W' YORK. c, :P. TBX.TOR, Tobacco Broker, No. Water St., P.o. Boi NEW YORK. (201--203 ISCELLAliEOUS. GERARD BETTS & CO., General .Auctioneers Al'fl) OOMMI88ION lllERCHANTS, 'I' OLD SLII", fr!>m BuiO'I'er Square, tellW YOilL TIN .FOIL JOHN' J. CROOKE llUilJUCTCBU. OJ' .No. 25 White, Street, Nl!IW YO'BX:. l'lour .. ...,.., Mlola-CIIIIC Waur arid all )lither ICind of "L:SO, llew Flour Barrels & Half Barrois, Sla'A'a, 4 Hoops A large suppiJ conot:a.)tlJ 011 hand. A S SliP ... ..... CHAI. E. FIICHEI A T'BAcco. soxes, To c.co iao fns l'&lente<\ .Aprtl !16, U16'1. lios. 130 and 132 Water St., A. HAMMACHER & CO., Agents, H .Beelunan lit., N. T. (Cor. Ptn,) NEW YORK GBANULATINCI,: We beg to call attention of Manul'actllren! to oar' Patent Sieve .Arrtmgement, for eeeral months In ne-ST EN & CO., to-Weller, Lederer & Co., oeoerul operatJ.on In eeveral of tbe largest tobacco W. B. A 1 . Jbs. of granulated mbaccoJler day-, according Bas: Smokers Articles; etc., wltha_gr,.toavingovertbe former method Oflll&llll-1 y '' a r !actnn ng . .. A>!I>... 84 WILLIAM S I'., out Patent Tobacco Crusher {With steel roUe111) to FOUC:::E-3:ES, CornerMaldeuLane, 'NEW roBK. work tobacco or so Sill a :I. I Porlo du Ti:mJlle, 160. Schoellerhof, 100. that no nall or any other al'lfays fonud NEW YORK. -' ' among tobacco, ""unot damoge or stop the worldug ...... :...,.., 0 _____ ...... L A .. B L E : s It bas a 'Capacity ftolll1,000 to 2,oqo ;.&. ...t1 We also keep constantly on the best ll.Al{O . '''TOBACCO-CUTTING MACHINES and TOBACCO 1 FOR CADDiiES, NAVIES, POUNDS, ETC. GRANULATORS, with' all the latest 1mprovemeutl. ' FURNISHED BY F. w. & Co.,_ :-:::.. HATCH .. BORGFELD'I;' & DEGHVEB, IMPORTERS, Dealers in SnRnia. lties '.CTO ... k or .J.LL I.ISJ)S ow P. 0. Box 151527. NEW YORK. Gt BOXES AND BOX-SHOOKS E'u\ up a.')d Bll ipped for the J!tar. LUYTIES BROTT-TERS, CARL UTASSY. ket. E We give 11peelat att.entton to the mAnufacture or TO-LIQUQRIQEPAST 1 BACCO BOXES a n4 CADDIES, which are AiPORTERS and Manufacru rers Importer ot all kinds of made fom the qualily of KILN-DIU.efl SYCAMOR, OJ' not liable to moald. -' A. P. CIA, QLA_ y PIPE g : Meerschaum and Briar liUJII, Importer LJql!lonce, 166 .f.F\.oi-n I3viEr, .. :PI PIS, No. stow Sedgwi&k-et .. Bt;QOltl1Jl,Y.(.!III.a I 102 Pearl St., N, Y. .And Smokers! Aztioles Genera.lly. JOHV W STOlli"'D axR!l.e1abor-n:vltig llaelililes j()'fJ Ura'tiJer l(ew Oi-ie a;,_s," .L4t. in u!!le In the beat housu ln tile cOuntry a,l. 44 CEDAR ST., : and in OLIVE OIL, FINE ITALI.AJi IN J.AJI,S :tsSENTIAL OIL OF ALMONDS. PURE XISS.ANLIK OIL OF ROSE. TONKA BEANS. V .A!{ILL.A :BEANS. GUM .A,RABIC. GUM GEDD.A.. LICORlOE J C y c:, M. MF., RR., VB., Aud,other Brands,1always on band. FO'l' Sale, in Bond or duty paid, BY I M. ECHEVERRIA &: I c.o, No. 20 l)E.A. VER W1t ZI1IB8liB a: 00., J 197 WILLIAM STREET, JESSUP & riJ:OORE, .128 "W-illiam N : Y PAPER WAREHOUSE. Vt:obatto & fapnt test the value of them Having been ln usc over four been thoroughlz. tested and much Jn all Its part'S, we confid"!nily recoo:lniend It tb tbc ma.nufii.ct"ureu t.f a& \he beat and dlost. eeonomJcal Alachinc for the pur}>ole L0\"1' lroown. Contlnu D us Lo lou of but.s1 more eutwith less labor, more of cut, and brlgbter l'obaceo, tba.n with 8.11)' Cutter. In !be wodd. : PAknledjn Unlled ):'a.tcg(eoUa .Englaod April 12th, 1666 ... P'""!ed !n Fr1.nce Aprlll(lt;;, 1S61, .. Patented in D elg lum rll1Stll, l864. "ff.e manufacture Pin[-Machines; Rollers. AND & C'RAFF't.IN, Bucke;.i 'Tob'acco 'Mo.chine Works, .. ' DA.iYTON. OHrO. l ... _.. .. This CutteTtook the MEDAL at iheGREAT PAills LU--KE'POOLI;, Esq., No. 209 'WATER STREET, NEW YORK, C. READ, J. W"' CARROLL, ,MERCqUT Mu ufactur of t./11l, Jfamous and \yorld u, Purchase of ll d scriptions of' renowned Bran,di fVirgiJJ.iaSmokiug Tobad&OK. 'I'ATR,' S:m.okln8' Tobacco. .. .. ''--0'-:..........-Theee ootatillobed Tobli()Mfi, .., weU lllld lnorab\j knO'Ifll; are pat up in .lt, anol tl'e. bale&-or poacbej, and in bulk thuo uitlng &lid jobber. lla'!utaclured only at the Iteam worka of L IJ. Aluniu.u>, Lyndl burg, Va. Depot A Ln!DJUU BB08. & Co., 00 Water aL,l'l.r .J:OHlf .'.Bll.AMM, Su-r &o.DKAJ'II:l!l k DROTIOUIS, 28 Atlantic-st., B-rooklyn, and SmokiR! Tobarce, S;E:Q-41\S, And a l!uperior LWidyfoot Snuft', 5S-i0 9 M. B. B'RO"VN &. Co. T IJae Lab I AND COMMERCIAL PRI TiRS, 99 &. toi William StreM, ..... Jobil. LABELS A Specialty.


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