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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! r I J r l r l ) .. r' ) 'I of,the, } If IJ.. } I '. f rv I No. !!116. 'HI ) I t1f .. IKPOBTEI\8, OJ' H.I.VAIU ClG.I.llS Per annum .................................. >$4.00 Gilmor & Gibson, 60 S. GaT. ToBBOS:a'ON. p.1 additional per tor Gane, J. S. & Son, 86 1 .. Brown, D. S. & Co., 81 and 88 Broad. No ordere for the paper COl>l!lderecl, nnleoe ac-.Osborne Chas. F., U Olllalip. 1 1 1 Eckley, A. A., 12 Central Wharf. OOIUO&Died by tbe ool'?eopondln!l amonat. Rader, M. & Son, 160 Pearl. I Ener 11., 168 State. Bemlttanee In every lotanhe, be Shack !' 147 Water. ; Sharp 0. ,'1 Cel)tral. 6oly by mooey.order, check. or draft. Bllls are liable to be atoleo, and Cllll cnJy be sant at t.:le JUII11P.I.O'l'qR,I1\S OJ!' TOBACCO. JllP9RTEJYI. HAVANA Al"D gwateat risk to tbe UJ)det'. Buchanan,.& Lyall, 144 Water. TOBACCO. RATES OJ' ADTEltiiiNG, Buchner D Delancy.Wilder & Estabrook. 7 Commercial. ................ 2t Edmonston S 8 'Bro "18 .flo ..t f HAl!UF,A.OTURBBB OP OIGARS 1 oquare (1 lncb) 11y011r ........ .. .. .. .. 40 "' .. .,. vuane l.at'get'advert!sementeiil the eameproportlon, bot Fa.lk M. & Co., i43 Water I JaoobSOI). & 134 Commercie:I IJORe,takeo aol-1, 2, 8, Qr 1!10re '.9.'JJI""' J. H., 169 Ludlow. l BRoOKLYN liJ, y, Gillel\der, A..&! Co., J\6, and ).1'TLID8rty JI,ANHACTUBERS IM&-tllaaoney.,.r. payable tql\.lnuyanee two Goetze\ F. A. & Bro., 328 Washington. Bramm, Joltn, !8 Atlantic. locheo, 1335; three loeb .. lliOCI. No de:.iatlon Good'lrnl; W. H. & Co. 20"/ Water. ClCAlt BOX KANUJ'J.cTURE!lll. Hoyi Tbolnas'&Co op -' I n h H J 'OL A. 16, 18, 20 Chamb!efs. l ., L II.I.NIJFAOTUBEBII1 I 1o tl!e to b8 "'M.cAiuln l> .g. & Co., A."''"" De D : Sherma.n .H{o&hers 8 to 13 Sedash avenno. 1 nirscli D.' & Co.;'174;Water.. IO.:O< 'il"" 1 KAimrAc'TiJRERS OP1PL'UG TOB.I.OOO. lfr f 0 18 HII'Sllbhorn b. & Co. 't ld 'Wter ... . M .._M 1" .. N W ra.nc................ J 8 & C nl'l'&y .,.. aeon, -,!"" 1 & on ... ater. l' -m.e l ..... : ..... os, 35 Bowe,.,, . . .... )(A.JIP1..1.CTuuae o OB.I.CCO. .. Lee,Wm.,llSt iPearl."' HeartC.B.&Co.,14SoutllWater. I oen,, .. '" u.00,4 Ra Tb J & 0 (JINCI"'l'fA.TI 11r- 1 yner oo. o., 29 LtbeTty i.B.d -54 . . ,. JMb rf tbalet' 0 'fG.I. t ll:aidenl !4ne I 1 TOJI.I.COO ..I.UCTlQ WAIII4c f(cm1 ., at en ane. ,lui, 'tr.ru ... : .... : Btralton: Sohlnitt &'Storm, 191 Pf18rl. M.l.!lllUCTuans A.Nb co:-.K.rBI!rON KIII'CHiiiTil < tech. s'che'lllng, .. t . . 0.02,1 Sutro &: Newmark, :Maidel)l .. ne. .. 01' JU'D, TOB.I.CCO Fobiruo-Wsi&HTs.-A kilogramme equale Vol,rer & HunE;k.eu, iL66 Fron Brashears & Son, 46 Walnut. a Bremen pfund equal 1.09909 mE OIBA.N CI.Q.I.R I'.!OUBB socn:u. Hafer, Holmes & Co. 25 West Second. lb'; a Hamb11rg pfund 1.067t6 lbe. Borgstedt & Kaf'1Stqn17 Bowery DJ\ALERB IN LEAF TOBAcco. 'rd : Bes\Jllen & Rro., }.61-16!1 avot UpOJB. I root otherwille prepe.ted, wi&hout \he use of any Bern:rd, Phil.! 1.4:3 Water. Sengst"J't & Wernig, ol6 W. Fro11t. or instrument, and 'lll'ithout being nberg A : F .. 21 Sixth ave. Young & Dugan 50 West Front. "-tid !If sweetened, an.d on all pther appenbelm!r M., 83 Broad. : X.l.)iUJ'ACTURI:RS, 'hno:aTERS, AND DIIALU8 or '{..,..-I h 1 OJ!' JIAVANA TOBACclo. i CI&A.BB. i c llj&nu'factured tobacco bot here n 9t erw J. J., 30 Qedllr. Fuhrmann, v;., 7 Mai::. provided fur, 8!c. per lb. i Smoking ro&accd, Garcta F., 15? Krohn, Feiss & Co., 53 West Foli.rtli. fxelualvely of stvlno, or of leaf; .lth aU t.he Miranda, Fehx, 96 Pearl. Lowenthal, S. & Co., 76 Main. ileJm In and so liOld, lelff not ha'ling Kelly, Robert H. & Go!' 34 Beaver. Btrwer Louis 187 Walnut. "-previously but.te.ol, or .rolled, W eil, & '.Oo., IGd Pine !) I r . ZiDe Jaoob & Brt>., 267 Cen.ttal P.YO froiv, whicll no. l?"rt II\ stems ,, X.l.lfUJ').CTul!lunds et 60 thOu-Kalderiberg ; & 6 John. i!ngine. S.nd wbenwei;;ilillgexceedlngthreepound& Pollak & Soil, -' .... 'if:" ..... H i.' 1 per thousand ,og-;:,..r.ihoull&lld iJIJ'ORTEIUI 'OJ'> H.I.V.I.lii'A. ciOA.U.. ""'.o. A.HTJI'OHD, Cu N. .-- S1gn0l' J . On manufactured of tobaOOo, or. \'llY De & 5;! Broad .J 1 R A 1 for toba,cco,. dry, dali!P Q., 1 1 1 [ scented, Or otbeMflSII1 pt all deecnp-IWPORTII:R$ Ol JI-4-NJLL.I. Clp.I.R! .I.!Hl CHJIBOOTS ... ' -HA,HT..F!OIID., CONN, when prepared for use, a ux of 82c.' Linington S. & Sons, 216 Front x _A)I!J!A'!l'.u'!:o:as..,.LNB And enuft'-llour, wben sold, or re-, : . 236 l:>tate. 1 moTed for UBe or oottrimption. shall be ta:r;ed J..' OF LICORICE .PASTB. Burubani J.' D. & Co .. !'Iand '19 .Asylum. u sn'll"' an"shall be nut wpja packaues a.nd Pl>._. Y '!'el..!38 Water, 1 Haas Brothe1'8, 282 Mam 1 ..., "' r--...,<> Duvt ... er & Go. 9 whitehall P-H & K 16M k t stamped 1n th& manner as IIIIUu. "' ar e TA.IUri-Foreign Tobacco duty pet & Oo 2.0 Beaver. li!eymour, D M., and l61 Commerot. o'111l4 old. Forei Oiga'M!,"' $2 50 per. ':'aac,1a,, ., Pea_rl. Shepard &: Fuller, 2lol State. P d' gd 2 engnt _.,. -...t.-1 Im G1fford, Sherm, an, & Inn1s, .120 Wtlllam. Sisson A L & F 134 Main poun an per c ....., G W IIi & C 9 S t ported cigars. .also 11111 Internal Revenue olnez(i, a 18 0 2 and Sl William Westphal Wm., 2R3 .State, w.x of *II per ll., 'to be paid by stamps at th: Har ony; Nephews&_ Co., 63 Bl'j)ailway. Woodrulf1 JosephS., 18 Market C1l 'to H (Re .A 93 ) Haussmann G., 10 Old 1 1 TOB.I.CCO PIIIIBII" SCRB'\VS. s m ouse. venue c & Co., l60 ,Pead, ., Lincoln, Geo. T. {!& o. RUSINESS DIR'""CTORY ll:ome, J:l.ll., 101 N.' Y. ..,.. Weaver & Sterry, ln Platt. 'G t H J & c 1 E 1 Sta'-0 ... 1 ran o "" z """ .......,, SPECIALTmS FOR TODACCO JIANUF.A.f!, L011I8VILL'E ...-y, -:o:-J TURERS. I 1 1. NEW YORK., Sterry F. W. & CG. 24 Cedar. Fmz_er,, J._ & Btos., 13 Tbtrd. TOB.I.CCO WA.RIIBOUBIIS. Robmson, A. L. & G., Factory, 48 Fourl.h Ai'tew W., & SoM, 284 and 286 Front sireet snn-uu TOBACCO Warehouse ,and Sa!esrbb11), 1S'T Allen, Julian, 1'12 Water. Lmde, F. 0., &.Co., '16 akeeli. Wicks, G. W & Co., 102llain. Baker, B. C. Son & Co., 142 Pearl. ; TOBAcco P&BSuas. TOB.I.CCO AND COK}!:IBSION liERCH.I.NT, Benrimo, D. & 4-12 f Guthrie & front. Meier Wm. G. & Co., 56 Seventh. Blakemore, Mayo & Cy., 41 Broad. ,X.I.J!P'UCflTJ1iltS OJ' molx ,aons. L YNCHB11RG, v .1., Bowne, R. S. & Co., '1 Burling Slip, HeDkell, Jacobl aud_295 Monree. Armistead, L. L Bulkley, Moore &'Co.,'14 Fronk 1 WlcJCe,'George, 26 Willett street. Cal'l'()lt, J w.' Cardozo, A. H. & Co., 169 CIGAR .sox CIDA.R .A.ND O'l'HEB .wooD. Langhorn, Gao. w .. A; Co.,. Ohockley, A. D. & Co., 168 Pearl Dtngee, P. ll:.; oor .Sixth apd LewtB. Tyree John iH ; OoJm Smith, 173 Water. 1 R9dl!lin t\ liepbnfll, ,216 Lewia. 'r ,., ., Connolly & Co., 41/ Water. Bl'11liBH CIG.I.R RIBBoNs. l II I .. t +VS,. Cook & Reid, 58 Courtland t. AtmiralL' J. "J Cedar. : : .l.lfD, Crawford, E. :M. &: Co., 168, Water.. 1 CHIAll IIIIIII()NS ,. 1 011;en, Dudge9n Arpell, DeBtlt.ekeleer & Foote, 94 Beekman. Fleitmann & 'Co., OS and 60 Reade. 1 Y, ALA, Dohan, Carroll&: Co., lOj Front. Prolsa Oscar .If Co. 211""''te stee Warren & Burch, 88 Commercai treet. DB E S7Water r -. 'l'i I N ... 1l 018 ug\)lle, Jl.l.lfUI'.I.C'I'IH.IIII OJ' TOBAOQO .. _, ,., Dills & Co., Wa.ter. .Crooke,)'. J., llS crosby BrlntSln(lhoft:er, W.A. SQn, 8 .86 ,BrOad. j Fallenstein, Cbaa. B. & Soh, 129 Peart A.UO'I'ION_IEBS, ot oroai.ooo, no. (I'' Co., Fatman: & Co., '70 and '1i Broad. rd & 'J I NEW OH;L,EAN8, LA.. Frank, Beuuenmueller &: Co., 96lllaid _en 1&. Betti 11era, Co. '1 O!diSlip. tJ, ., 11 r I Gassert & Bro ,,l&O.Water. .. TO,U.I.CCOCUTTI!IG JIACHiiriiBT. l De 104 St. Greenfield & Co., 61 Beaver. Borgfeldt& Deghuee, SIS Cedu.1 v PADUfJA.D, KY. G L 13l P 1 L.I.BILS. Thoribcrry J ; W,' roese Ao ear ; L W & Co 110 p L 'Hatch & .Co., 218 Btoadway. ,. PETI-:HSBUR.G. VX., Gunther, I ear r I Guthrie & Co., 225 Front. Heppenhe!mer, :F. & Go., 22 North William. enll'ble s : :w & Co. 1 Hamburger I & Co., 65.ll:aiden lane. Schumache,r & Ettlinger, 2 1-2 Murray. Young; R A. & 4 "'ron 11ront Bllildin1!9 Bill Geo. F. & eo., 43 Broa.d. ToBACCo BULIN& w .LX. .I'!HII..A.BELJ.>'HJA.. r Hillman, G w. & Ce., 108 Front. Zinaser W & Co., 19'1 W jlliam. r -''P:RIIHOUJIIIB. 1 Hunt, 11. w. &: co., 167 Wawr. Toucco ,uos. Bo.yd, fbird. Kerrigan & Agnel, Water. As.ten, W B. & .e., 25 Pearl. 1 Bucknor, cCammon & Co. 37'North Water Kinnicutt, Thomas, s William. BIIWING X.I.QHins roa TOD.I.COo Bl.OS, &< :1 .. 0 ,tHI.<-KiUredge, w. F. & Co. 1114 Water. Empire Co., 29i L I L & t G l W. 33 Nonh Water.< &; Co., 160 Pear\. ., BOXa. ,t E111'nlohr, W'lll-SqutlJ Van 4-. &; lll':tj'ort]l. Martin & Jol.nBr TOB.I.otJO. Seitz &Bro.,159Water Roaenfeld S. & Co, 63 Exchange Place. 1 -Whalen R. & T., 190 State;. J 1 Sey:m.onr & Colt, Pea.rL Bc'jtroed,er, & Oo. 81'Exchange Plac.l. WJ', LOVIS, 1'118, 1 Sichel & Giebel, 169 Water: 'TOBACCo :ucroRS. D.,)68 Second,' 1 Smith, Henry & Sloeffield, 49 Jleanr. Gieske .t Ni-emann, 78 SoU.:th.Ch&rlee. Dormitzer, 0. & R. & Co.1 20'7 Market. li!Pingara, E. & Co., II Bnrllng slip. I J li.I.JIUI.I.O'l'UBE!II, BTC. Erihei)er Phil .807 N l,)rtli. Third. Stdord J. B. & Co., 12 Old, Slip., Beck, F. W. & qo. 130 North. Haynes J E 100 North Commercial. 1 Stein. & Co., 19'1 Duane st. Feigner, F. W.,90 and IIJ! Charlel!. Leggat, Hudson & Co., cor. 2d'and.Vine Btraiton, Schmitt & Storm', 191 Pearl. Gail, G. W. & A7 28 Barre street. .... '. UIPORTl!llll O>' Sli!JII:IIBB' .q:I1CLII&. I Strohli & Re1tzellatein11 '78FroJI'l, L. West BiUtimore, Starck, G'\tmim & Oo., North Tag Perlett, B, F. til Co., 92 Lombard. 1 SY.A(JV,!JE, N, Tblerman, & 9o., 128 Water. W111 .t SoP!!, ll'l: Soutli Gay. ," JUNUPAOT'U11IIBS OP J'I.Iil en. Tb. If. & SOns. 172_Pearl. Wlll:ens & Cq., 181 We salmon D. 0., 26 James. 1 Vigllflus,Wm' ; I:earl.. ; XAN'UriOTUlliEilli'OJ' CIGABS. WILLI&M:SBUBGB9 1(. (W',;. Walter;R.S:,tOSPearl. .l : : I' The hi" WOrld. c I 4 I II G. J', mQlq.El1. C. l i l'BonoruM .M2...Fu:uro111 STJu:n. ( G. W, GAIL CDIST .AX. 5 d I f 1111 & YORK, WEl:>NESDAY, MARCH 30, 1870. NOTI:E TO t:ITf SlrBSCRI.BERS. As we have made DOW arrangements for the more prompt delivery. of our city cireulation, we would feel obliged if those of our subscribers who do not THE LEAF. on Wednesday, 'ba day of publi9ation, would at once notify us eft be faet, that we may correct the omissian. ....... .. ..... 1 llltA'i'E:Q J STREET, I< YORK. J A cOXkETB o:r .u.L xnms;, c ')JI J, J d I J { ; I I. I 1 Ji, '1, ,rl, I. i CIIP>-8to.n!lly on. hand : LET ThE TRADE AllOITSE t On Saturday last the Cincinnati Tobacco Trade Asso-1 .. ciation a in that city, and adopted a Waya a d Means pro, testagainst.. the propesed inorense of the. tilx on sm,o]iing tobaeco, and asking that 'either a nriiform rate of 1 I sixteen cents per pound be impU!!ed, or that the t9tx be allowed to remain as it is under the w. ; is as it should be, and we trust that other tobacco cen tres will follow: suit and thus endorse the ootio'n of National This might were the Ctltn .l:'Jilttee acqnaipted with all the fac.ts r e -:) ) jiJ r { 1 f ... ,, t)le pflid Qn the tobacco solq copie$ 'out' of Govem.ment. lp this view 9 he naturJlliY indifferent to tbei amon'nt of tax the (}oVfirrn.ment may and if it" chooses to impose fifty cent!l per p,o') ntt 'mi t he loiis'utnell by 'the" boys 'in blue' lti .? I,J{( t.\J 1 .Mr. Hu.nt his to. mP.lllifactnre even on thoae tel'Jlls, feeling that, in t11 e race for patronage, nthe farge capit _al f>f his companY, would1 give 'it an immense &Ver other lees wealthy manufacturers .And in' this he'ill'undoubtedly garding that intlitence of its individual 1 f right. If Congtess desires to the man.act11re of mem hers, their representative character, etc.-but such enderesment cannot but have a good as that the of the Committee of the Con vention to Washington were genuine. Le then, Baltimore, Louisville, St. Louis, Chicago, Milwaukee, qther cities send their forward without' aelay; :tliatrthe respeetful but emphatic tions ofthe tobaeco interllst of the country may 'be so increased in volume that; the Committee cannot but SJhoose .. t.o listen to the represen'ta.tions :made. lt is only of enthusiasm that can secure success. tobacdo in the hands of.a few .apd drive ont of the busj ness the h'onest industriousmany, it bas oofy to foliow the suggesti'ons' against which. the Richmond manufac! turers so P.rotek the 'tax; higH that Qnly of largest capital it and busines&, and the rthing is done. Double ev:en the 'present tax of 16c. on .,smoking tobaeeo, abd 'you drive out of the business a large number of very worthy men, who, we maintain,' have much right. t'o pro tection ot the Governme:nt .a.ll the largest manufactu,rer of them all. Indeed, what is Government good for, if not to such' men as these from the eneroachments of corporations notoriously have no soul? The principle .tbat capital should in THE MOVEIUENT TO INfJilEASE TB.E TA.l ON latiori is unworthy of, a free Goveument, and TOB&CfJO, a spirit aptagonistic te that wbich r 'talizes our Republican institutions It is a spiriVthai would We give elsewhere the full text of Circular adsoon raise up that most odious of all dresseq to Cen _gress bv the. Richmond manu an. mere '\y'hile we faciturers, and from whicn'w.e quoted laRt we ek. ; It is a no:re -the -distinctions .that Nature has J-lace.li.ld Clmvert when the subject" comes up for discussion.' These soctety int9 Va!it pf money-grubbers and its actwenty-six gentlemen, many <-whom ]1ave a worid. quisition bela out as the highest good. Ft'lt' this renson r eputatiop. as manipulators of t'lie 'feed, speak we want. to see the tobacco trade kept democratlc in as thos!l baving1aqthority, as they dwelL upon. tb!J deits and more must always :flow tails of a business they have 1 been engaged: in for.long to the pos11essor of tne amGunt of eapital, Con y ears, an'd which ought to understand, and do ungress should not l;ly il)tO the hands derstand1 to bottom. Again, these Richmond of tete few at tbeexpense of the many are' m en of such in the commuJ:,et tiS hope ; that thtl g'reat majority bf the nity -thei:t: JOtatementJ!. (In any subject are worthy trade will ue, heard', and if any 'change is made in the of thoughttul consideration, as we feel sure they would _of t _hat a ta;r pf per not make an,y they were not =ready-to substantiate ljy pound will' be enacted That s uch a reduction would l I ; I AT Cincinnati, 'last week, a -young man, son of Mr. Weidekine, cigar manufacturer, on street, near Central avenue, who had hill hanq crushed by machinery some time, llince, die!} of ,,, Jl IL.s .there been-aaythlng done yet about i ,nvestigat ing 1 th.e affairs of the, Fift. h 0Qllection D4!trict, in "!hich busineas is so loosely conducted p. tor was allowed to get wjt,h hintamP> ILconnt $40,000 ? _ ,1 1 ,JF the Government surveillance over,its own sub. ordjnatee, ; botb, .Bflilet;in the l'birty seond, -and :Phillips, in-the: Jj"ij\h District, woqlq have been cut short in:. t.heir etil, C.reers before had time to get so deeply m .debt to the,Government 6), t! t :--:---' ) I J J{') : BAILllri;'S sureties profesa 1 their willingness w pay the i_lo,o,ooo tlieir oall.fqr, exrress a unanimous desrre,. to see that unwot:thy ofiaia serve t.i.Jne1 at Silig Sing, .and faees as a flmt agamstany compromise whereby he may if found be let down' easily. ..... .. ,1 ,, I II-f THE R_ffJJ'I!l>/iean says : "Very little to b.acco ,IS now Jll!tQ ml\rket, thQ!igh prices it sells for sttfl' a.Jt'f}_,Qigb. 1 There ii\ Jl\ t.rutb, but lit tle m co!lntr.y, as the yield last year was not'l"rge IP, thiS 3nd a mu,ch larger, poniolf OI it hal! already, been in Lbaa h!W been broJight to ma;ket &:t the same "J)(iriod of llist year. Ou, poun try mform us tJila.t tQey are. making prepa1ations a large c::rop neJtt '!'itb lauor as sp;u-oe as It .J,S becoouJlg, .anq 38 1t 18 almost 1!\lre. to be ywe feat they; wi!l some in mg on.t fully t}le}ll the coming .season ... II l 1t ./,_..:J...-" W O&DS ;rnB QuAKBR CITY,We hearttly commend to our readers the article copied elsewhere on ,the sub-jlct of irresponsible "speciat Revenue detectives. 'Fhese men have done more than any other class of -to make the Revenue service a nuisance to the community, and we are glad to J!ee that the meroha&ts of Philadelphia, through th11ir organs, are up ,;betr vole""' tn against them. Let us ajptate,. friends of the Press, nntil the country l>!lcomes too hot, to hold these earicatures of and puhlic..sentiment is so exetted agamst them as to Qompel the head of the Bure.au to giTe them their f tickets of leav ,e." r : IJll" MANY of whohave' kept'a, sharp eye. QIP. recent eTents m the Th\rty-seco!ld .District; lau&h at the 1 official theory that Mr. Bailey. has commi,tted 1 saicide They him be in -hiding, until.tbe "tiolence eC tbe_first ou,t?reak Qf publ_ic him sha!l o past. In way, unw!npt of JUStice; Mr. Bailey has still many. and J!OWerful friends among the powers 1that be, w .hq wo.uld do him not only_from!a mistak11n sense ot but to .eover up own traclts. Mr. Baileyi!S.aot the ,only m who _hall to9 large rit of the cnJ:'. r1 1 .. 1 :1 .; the, -above ,was written, enough, r: f' J convinqing We dwell on tfiese matters for largely increase constimption there can be no d0ubt, the o f of may reand in a few years, we doubt n 9tJ even more than thircopies_: of this Circular and may ,be personally unty millions w:ould be St!Cured at tliat rate. .A new im acquainted with the-signers : '.Do them we would say that petus wpu1a be given 1the of tobacco, the representations co,1,1tained therein are worthy of all and the woula be pTaced on a more stable footing. ooode nce, and thflt t(he;facts set).ortb be yery safely On tq_ e other lian?, j t ,ax ,of thirty-t,.o taken as a basiS> of, leiislation: Wljatl Congress espe-, a,ct a and .sweep ,f>v,er our eially needs in frami!lg1 en_aetmen f s ori like 'the simoom over the desert. Another year would is on those subjects, and the pnly to tell a very llliiferent a tory in tbe matter ot tax retnms secure it i!l-by jts pU:tting in the last. The en,ergies tW trade, which have r ,, 1 Jo ("<:' 1 1 I d ,f t 111 t I t h direct C<)mmilnic!lttioq witl} rthe represeptatives .l.>f the 'been exerte t El,utmos, J?aYJ .l TuE .Pad\lQJh Her<,ld tpps dilJcQurses on tobacco and trade, or conuerned. We are f awar.eltbat nue of the past t"yrelv,emonth, unable to ..,stand fall 'Of gold pas had a tremendous intlu super:ficial obsllrvers may that mlgbt a further strain. and wideapread. ruin :would I'esult. It ence upon, cott?n it SQme to 6c. per be unduly influenced by the selfish of is whether the enthusiastic support of the few from wbtch Ib will hardly reQover-or at least most deeply bat a. li'ttle reflection ,e\low advocates afa high uniform r:i e would be considered very llttle! Tobac, cp has not been hurt so much. The b h d I d ... b b an equivaJent -by the auth<'n .ties for e b .. reve, '!1t bee!! lleavy, especially in the "W ... .ot, where t at t IS angelliS unrl(llo, an at t e plan suggested 1 the. demand bas in fact kept prices abon: is the like accuracy, or of framing really Its error t?o late while mim wpnld be muQh L_ow;er, if ,f;lanters are firm and refuse tl) benefit the interests legislated for. Take tliis very case drLven,'to wall, the' dishonest would tlourish under Submit to sae n:fices. hat the crop is short is unques oftpbaceo, for example. 'What can the 1a:WY:ers who make the high like a green bay-tree. Alf manner of tionable, and, that a g-reat deal_ of it is light, trashy, would, be ,!argely re_sortedto:,and the name of to froste-d, au.d almost "'orthless,. I.S also unquestionable up seven-eighths of average ongreBSes kuo. w about the '! and therefore w:e think frices will be pretty well if not technical details necessary to bo understood in order bacco would become a. for be fully,. sustaijled. It. wil after the present' year's to legislate concerning it with anythltl.g like iutellidevilment in : revenue matters. of all kinds. Is Congi'e!!s crop planted, and when lt 1s l ailcertained whether gepce? And if these gentlemen-admirable no doubt pleased with tliis for as certain of realiz'acrop I!l a large or SI;ll.all. marke-d change +a t ]'' 1 tion as that the sun will ris'e 1o-m 'orrow? The exile n'. will occur in the pr;ice n( 1 posl}essmg e or nq a.cquamtance with t F -commercial routine-undertake to re;ect the practi'c .al ence of the past teaches it, and our .. reason assqres BRIGHT. T: OB J.,u Thl Acco .lJI-11'11\0,lf.RLe scarcity and advice of our dealers br manufacturers, -they that it >is inevitable. J We that before this fatal hlg}l pnces .by brightr t.obacco ,of the 1869 seal the(: of their O'fll .enactments and turp legista.step is taken our legislators, if they; cannot see their crop, the from our Louis correspont t 1 a "a '1 N d tb b fj 'd f way clear to a-1red. uction! will have re0"'ard the L-.!s dent especially mterestuig: "The weather continues so ton 1 m o rce. or nee ey e a rat o u WI ld h unduly b intereQted dom of the aRllonsm whiCh says: 'LET w ,ELL, E ,NO, uG. H very co ry,api-L' arsh that .our planters cannot r ALONE!" handle tb_eu : tob,ac oo, consNuen.tly p11r receipts and ali "there are I toe :many f con:fiicting inflnen ces at l sa.les C'ontmue small-hardly equal to the demand. 1 work in the tobaccQ permit any gross. misrep '' have just ,bE)en tal]png to a pla.nter from Franklill' resentation to stand lolig1. uncontradicteCI..' Of t is MINOR EDITOiliA.LS. _w:ho tells me that have. more bright tobac-.. ''H' 1 '" j. I' co tn. thi,S crop than for Y!l'rs p ast, but he .says the of Mr, the INDIANAPOLis last year manufactured 31295,500 ci: that tl!ey. have not had a smgle fqr the, nast two ny of tJte Rv;lhmond ; llfalmf.acturers are a ilgars, and so1d $13'-1,823 worth 1 1 1 mont.bs w)len they qo. uld touch or l};inCiJe it on aW,onnt. 1ustratio?. Mr. Hunt, ev 'ery one in the trade; knows,-' 1 ,. .ofthe. extrem.e cold weather. ,He think11 ha-vean exceptional position, and while we cannot' AT Reckport,. lnd.,' fhere five large tobacco stem" 1\!J.SEI for bom,piaint aboq.t want of bright toqacco as blame him for endeavoring to make good his side of the meries, ai\d the of the county is estimatE)d at 5 000' soon as the soft.ensJ,and the in question to 9ongre,ss, we should 1 very decid ,edly .hhds. 1 11 for Our pnces contmue steady for all .....,.,.._ dellll'able kmds oi manufacturing." demn the latter ,if his were acted upon in ""'d f .LHE o a rate of 32c. are arousing prefere nce to 'those of; thej National Coma tempest of mdigD;ahon lD trade they little anticiOF. WHA:r US'E ?-Of what use ill th,e of of tbe' Richmond manufacturers, aud of lthe Cin pated. I' a staff of :Govemmentif oftieials are of. Trade-in of 'trade of'{he ,......,.!-,-not surveillance ?. In tins connection the "T-a d ct fth t 1 -1 d Worldlleryjustlysa,ys:'"We repeat tba' t it has' 'alentire 90'\lDtry :What we ask is that s al 1 .ur re u lon o e ax on A1gars ,arge y mcrease '1 the rev:enue therefrom, why would not a tmifotrh w:a,!l 'f'eer;ned to us pa&sing stran""e that, in respect 'not hear both sides and then act intelligently on the facts of 16 c on all Uinds of tobacco have the same effect? only to :j.\ir. :Sailey, ,hut to other fntemal andr exterual elicited. r ) II revenue tl;iil! CUE\ bas not; !LJlq fol-We have-aaid that Mr. Hunt occupies art exceptional IT is said that the farmers of Flood Va. are by_tbe Tr,easury t. ,The t. p osition--;how exceptional CongrJss can hardiy imagine. making .preparations for a larger crop or 'this ment ':lam tams a st,aff of sppcial revepue ,ageqts.and a He is tbe of a wealthy whose year than theY, have raised, being stimulated detecttve force large enough to penetrate, qujetly :qnt. ''k h 1 1 : thereto by the exodus of negroes from Eastern Virgi thoro!lghly, to the 'Pottom of the money t affairs qi .:II bet osedo": a are 1 nia, which of lighter crops in promment officers.. '.1 he Commiss,ioner of the IntiJ..nal to t ose '-:" t e tra e as a w o e. ts IS also that section, cqnsequent hiih o'f for tQ -p r y tle priuaee af1 &Jl e xtensne con t.f actm, a .nufacturer, Lfo, r the 'and tbe ... ,_ .,1 1 _' .J1 .. of not' holding office j.n order to as-. certain their pecuniary condition Why has I

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THETOBACCO LE-AF'. in power never put forth the same energy in respect to its own officers ?"-Most true; and if this suggel'ltion -were more generally acted upon, there would be less locking of the stable door after steed bad escaped. --.WHAT will be done with ( 1 / ( l THE PROPOSED INcREASE oF THE TAx .:_The al hae prepared a Memorial to Congress on tine su\Uect, Which we print in our next. THE !CIESr THING OF THE SEASON-Bailey writing in his "retirement" 'to hia eongraiulating him on his aooessieif tho 'office &UiLB PALB a&d rank-have been for rtal in tbe U. S. Distftot Court, thiiHilty:, for eoun terfe1tmg tobacco stamps. ') --" MaNY of the cigar factories m this city have stopped pending of the difficulty with the regarqiDg..areduction in the :wage r.ece11.tly pa1d 'l'BEl? ?-We are assured that it would be we for the aothorities to "n:velitigate the character of the 01 et1es of the Collector of the F1fth District, -who IS sau'l to be eo unfortuna e as to hail AlbaDY! While mv1o'S11gat10ns axe m vogue; no reasonable 9 ,u-ld be FooLISH -How stupid 1t was in our ex C6tlector to run away when his fnends were so ready (as tbeyjhave smce p to make things easy for him His ex ample a waro-mg offio1alli. E, en Plulhps, in tht! Fifth District, might have been whitewashed. Who knows? 1 1 1 ., to uc HA:rt'Vm'.-Mt: Haryey, aceording to the proglllmme which numor msisted" upon, was re movefl fi'?iin,f}Jis p011ition l la.,'t week, fbnt bur suecessor 'h!!s oot yet appouilted, and we understand that be Jeels ctli\lfillent that ltlien hE! is allowed to. meet the eharges made against' him, .be Will be We shall cot at present express an-y opmion on the m'!-tter, as the faetfs t are notl all before uS, an'Ulled in making these stamps coattl 116 As th'e sdiiifps ate pasted on the box or package, >the w:'Lter mark would hardlv show, and It was decided t1Jie difference in co&t of paper being greater than the b e nefits to be derived, the contractor shall furmsh the l?ape1. The company IS not allowed by the contract -to charge .more for t,he paper than Its actual c o st. The 'Dumber of1this kind Ofostamps by the com-b o o -pany !ast yeaF was a 144100 ) 00 1 r I L .. l J 1 Tu:E CAPITALISTS oNrrB:i: RIGHT SrnE.-It shoula not 'be from anytljing w'e have that -the large capitalists of,the tobacco trade are in fav01 of :a uniform'b money into theii; depleted purses. But r-1 I q .. ) I J rJ h I JUSt her!} comes tb!l law wh1c prevents growers from getting the same p'dces in t1mes of abtmaance that they reahze m those odi I!OatClt)" It IS the great law of supply demand ,that governs in these cases that comes 10 to protect tb,e coqsumerfrom tne rapact t:yof the producer. When leaf1s scarctJ and in demand, then t pe harvest of the pr' ducer, when it' is a bun If ant and all orders are1 r e adily filled at moderate pnces, the scale inclnJes to' the s1de of the consumer 'il'hus, jn the long 1 un1 both classes 1 arc enl'bled to and lethve, and the working of this great commeJCla11law gives an impetti.s to trade and mamtains' the }Jalance parties. If I.. I I Seed 'Leaf-till etnains quiet,'the week's sales only; l'eaoliing 223 cs. The 10 the cgl\I ;eaused by the;stapdmg out of tl:\e p1en against th<1 pro posed reductiOn, bas p:,L,tly cavsed this effect, but the distrust that still the new l,)rop neces sarily restricts "trans actions and, like conscience, can be said to I' make cowa!'ds of us at! The paCikersm the Valley, ho have loaded up heavily with the, new crqp are waiting With considera'!V,e anxratY. to see tu.rn the market is gomg to take, while thof\e both there and pere who have not yet, committed themselves fee\ quite !afe m awaiting tbe cauree of events. We ao not now speak of' a few large dealers here whose necessities com pel them to purdhase certam grades no matter what the price, but of the trade in-geneial, who will not be hkely, With their eyes open, to pay extravagantly for an inferior article simply to please those who, hke the fox in the fable, havmg lost their own tails, metaphorically speakmg, would persuade the entire tralle, tbat weanng the caudal appendage had gone out of fashion. Such be1ng th, e case, we do not exp!i!ct to see any permanent revival of busmess until the new crop is so far cured '11.1'! to enable purchasers to judge safely o'f 1ts actual'v'alue. THen, 1t the speculators wilL so far descend from their pedestals as to notice offers fur sor.newhete near whl\t the tobacco IS Ieallv worth, a fair pusiness rpay; be ;I'he sales of week in elude 100 cs. 186fl Connectwut at 45@ 50c, 65 cs 1867 Siate on thms, 0 cs Oh10 at 17c; 28 cs. 1869 Ob10 on private terms. 1 Week e11dlng Jan 8 456 cs Jan 1 5 the cheap Havanas with which the country IS bemg flooded \ and threatened as they are With a still further reduction of the tariff. The Unien leaders are appar ently at the bottom of the d.ifticulty, and bringin,i, by; their action, dj.stress and ruin on many wor\hy men. Gold epened at Ill! and at noon was the eame. has not been in much demand and is held at steady rates We quote :-Bills at 60 days on Lon don, 107i@lOStfor commerCial; 108f@108#for bank ers', do at short sight, 108!@109:1-; Paris at 60 days, 5 26!@6.22!; do. at short sight, 6.20fi-@6 19i, Antwerp, 5 26:1-@5 22t; Swiss, 5 26t@5 22t; Hamburg, 35f@ 35J; Amsterdam, 39!@40! ; Frankfort, Stt@40t Bremen, 77-!@78!, Pruss1an thalers, '70@70-i. -.Preights are quiet and without much change in rates. The are as follows: To London, per N. G. steamer Deutschland, 30 bales at 5s, to Bremen, by the same steamer, 200 bales at t1 QUOTATIONS 01" WHO.LE"'ALB PRICES -.ous m his to' relieve the pl!op!e by reducmg tsxatwn ia Jn iiJebhlhif a Funding hill, whiCh keeps up taxation, .:ma](.es 'the ballks, ani>f'>' grElenballk'.fi.-ithe country would apprec1ate hs ex tnoill li1ghly Energy 1n a Seeretary is good-per .s1sfe)lcy ins the JUrtheranoo of measures demanded by the country lS gdod also But )Vhen these qual1hes are d1s piaYed 10 fi.lwocl whiob colifers no aild dnroppositJOn to the uruversal 'Cry of t he oommunfty Jfur re 7)Jef. cesse r to oomtnaTid I admiratiofi 1 orr r espect. H A llill oflthelHnd by M ; etin pe dts rl Jan 29 r 355 C@, r Feb 19 501 CS. 816 OS Feb 5 1,009 cs Feb 26 uo1 cs Jan 22 1,688 OS ll'eb 12 220 cs. Mar 5 438 01'. llfareh 15 Karel> r 11, )larcll 29 100 OS. 409 CS. 223 CS. I 1 EXPORTS The' specimens' 1of the Ohio that have been From the port of New Yo'rk to foreign porta other pensed w1th Yery ;tell, --at'lleast for tbe ttmll But !the re duct10n of taxatiOn IS a great wh!ch ne1iliel'' the Ad. DJlnlstration nor Ali& :.Repu'lJlidan. party can cafford disre gard. Is Mr. Boutwell wgQ,ded mdiSiib'l.ufbryto 'my shown bere, and which 'are said to be fair samples of than European pli'rts, for the w'ee.kl endmg March 22, thE!' c1op1 are wretc'hed, from the alternate drought and were as follows: > freezefl the crop was subjected during the past 9 hhds, U.6ao; ,J.6 bales, $190. 1 l vr $ ver:r peou 1ar 11eason.1 1 J' ,.. r 1 cs 10Q I Spanish-Is also duU, ther sales tnat we h,ear of r. 'Brrtisli Austraha: 21,437 'mfJ, $6,860. r .!f. FRAUD Bailey case is now turning ou t to reaching 200 l:laies'Havdna at B'T!c ) ) .r BrltiBh North Al)leri'Can Colonies: 15 bhdlf,' $2,015. e a <'omplete fraud r on tb l symP.athies of tb1l public. Manujactu+ ed-Tlt.e' sales of the -week nave been in 1 British West Indies.': t3 cs, $478; 2,8 lbs mfd, Jl1 s olticlal f11eild! at 1irst gave out\ that he had com small 1 lom, I&nd .faciors l find tl:ieir limlted assortment a t617. 1 1 ., mil ted and was a high, t1!1ned B?rt of petl!on, lio As manufac Cp.nada. 5 ba)es,-$155 1 1 f '' 'more nilled against thaO' smning, who had heeniled, by ary work agai,n, however, It r,rob-Ohj.na 6 bs, -222. 214i4 lbs mfd, *603 :1 1 an ex l>eB df ze'aJrrh performan9e1of his duty, to comable 1 that stoc"ks w.Ill grad,uahy to some Cuba: 46 cs, 104 250 iihs mfd, 193 t m1t a THin Wit conswE)ra, e ammat10n 'Yr acturs .. t e1r cor:Antwerp 44i hhds '82 cB J fl'' j '' '' 1 1 Sunday," and probably bad no bbl'nfuittillg respondeht8.1and 1;h'e 'am val' here on ru:onday of the Bremen. 229 hhds: 213 bls,r19& ceroans, r17t c11. wie'ide than the Man m the Moon. He simply kept out .Niagara, .from Richmond, with a la1ge portiOn of her 1 ,-}if am burg: 2.0 bls 1 l ,, tt [, l Of the way until the sensation his llisilppeantnce caulled cargo; 1ncluded, damaged by .w"ter shipped r Havre 10 b1s 1 1 J had lo!t the edge of ndvelty, a.nd the public bad become duru1g ;t he very PI\BVY weather of Sunday, will add m DoMxshc J .accustomed to the of his misdoihgs.'He terest to A portiOn of the tobacco, we uh The arnvals at the port of New York will doubtless contmue to do so until some "arrange lferstand, thus 10Jured had been msured, at the sugtrr;e s terior and coastwise ports for the week llrJil:tng March ment "can lfe which will permit his reappearance tion bf the" factor, at the short price As to the course 29 374 hhds 2 tee' 38 cad11 2U pligs 15 k""" f d 'L'fi h ' ...,..., in pubhe life Truly, 1th1s is a masquerad10g world we o tra em 1me utu;:oe many are oft e opm10nthat new 462 cs 169 dG smoking 1 bx 313 hf..b;xa 26 qtr bxs hve in, brothers 1 1 goods :wiJl be neglected: until the chea.per old stock is 8 cs cigars, 10 cs snuff, 90 bxs do, conSli &ed as follows' l J all ,but develo1RJDentll far do not sustam By the Erie Railroad: Ed M Wright, 2 hhds; HenA QuEBR DECISION.-Considerable coin 'ment has. the theory. Of course buyers Will be loth tQ pa. y the ry Hav'emeyer & Co, 5 do ; Sawyer, Wallace & Co, 12 been oocas10ned b"Y, an extraordint.:ry ruling of Commts advanced figures while they can be su1ted at fbrmer do p Lbtillard & Co 1 o do Chas E Hunt & Co 18 sibner Delano, to the effect that interest pa1d on tbe rates, but the difficulty lies exactly in the fact that do' C B Fallenstein & Son '15 do R L Maitland & f mortgage on a homestead shall not be from a stocks o old tobacco have been drawn so low that a Co 1 do Mrs G B M 1 Uer &1 CG s do. Norton retarn of income. Mr Delano now 11ays m hl8 defence fair ,Is no longer left. sta'ughter' & Co, 6 do ; Blakemore, & Co, 24 do; 'tliat' he simply affirmed a ruling of his predecessor in of The 1m ports of the week include 610 pkgs., or 63,800 Hermann Bros & Co, 16 do; .A H Cardozo & Co, 3 rfice. Regardingthesubject,theNewYorkTimusays: lbs. 1 do; Pollard,Pettus&Co, 1do; SM:Parker&Co, 1 ':.C'.nie !fetter from Commissioner Delano on point Smoking-Has improved during the week, and deal-do Bryan Watts & Co 2 do H Schubart & Co 43 whether interest paid on a mortgage upon a homestead ers report a better demand from all sections. There Is, pkgs 77 hhds 461 pkgs.' I' j(l a 'Proper deduction to be made JU an income return, howeverf consulerable holdmg off on account of the By' the RI;er Railroad: J K Smith & Son yill be read with very<' geoeral mterest The agitatiOn, regardmg tax and unt1l that is stttled 28 hhds Blakemore Mayo & Co 9 do Order 77 r whroh f we are glad to' kl'low wds made by Mr. Delano's the trade will be disturbed. The proposed increase on pkgs. 1 ' 1 predecessor sbrikes us is a very si'Uy one, not only as all grades to 32 cents naturally comes home to dealers in Ry the N atJonal'D1 n e A D Chockley & 'Co 32 hhds regards the'eqmties, also We thmk it cheap goods which, they declare, would be out Norton Slaughter & Go 9 do 'l'h H & Son i woufd we overthM(l'lwitlfo\Jt besttatiuii if it'coflld ber of the m 'arkei by a hi"l;l rate. When, however, do Poilard Pettus & Co 1 do Spies 31 do: J aubmhted 1 A8 it tobacco is sold for a dollar a pound, a cents K Smith &'$on 3 do Bl'akemo're, ;Mayo &] Co 'n do'A unnot be, r we supPose thll t;emdy '11nly l1e applied more tax makes but H Cardozo & P.q 7 c B Fa.llenstem 7 do' I L by Congress and we trust that too hope whJCh IS held Czgars-Are qmet, lljany of the beng at a W Gunther & Co) 4 do C M McGuirk 1 do. out to that effect may speedily be reahzed. 'The idea stand still, ow1ng o ... th'e unsettled difficulties w1th the By tbe Railroad 'A. C I.J & 0 'Myer that a landlord may deduct interest paid on a mortgage workmen That tlie latter entirely in the 1 hhd. "'I" ,. 1 ,r 1 1 .ft>om the received, and not .an '?wner who occup1 wrong, there cau doubt, and it is little By the New York & New Haven Railroad. Henry 1s teo ne a legal dist10ot10n for the Governless than msamty to war rates, peaoe Avery 1 cs CJg!l{S & 1 I'J.o Chase & ment to' make. 'Mary,' said a hotel guest to the prevllils, and the r decline in gold has caused a. Sayers' 1 do N B Howard 2 do Field Bros i do chambermaid, 'tell your mistresslhave tornthecur; gehe1ai tumble 'in The painters andotherr By'theNe'wYork& Steambdat A 1 tain.' 'All right,' was the reply, 'she w1lt ptlt it craftsmen .are 11ubm1ttil)g t9 reauqtiOns, and yet L & CLHo1t, 13 08J M H Levm 3 do MWesthem &; Co down as rent.' We tmggest that this significat16tf of tM Unions bompel men, wn? would otherwise sub66 do Thiermac & Co is W Mrr1ce & co' the word 'rent' may have escaped the attention" oft he mit, to stand out aga.mst a.ny The manu'31 do' Levy & N 1 dq 5 do ... genius who made the decision referred to by Mr De-' facturer& say that it is simply an impossibility for them San Francisco 57 do.' 1 Juo, to pay the old rates, forcell as they are to compete with 1 Bj tbe New York '& Hartford Steamboat Sey mour & Colt, 10 cs; Ledmman & Bro, H do, Th1errnan, West Virginia at $3.'75, 5 '75, 9, 9 35, 10 25, 10 25, 11; Kuchler & Co, 1 do, B Atwat e 1 12 do, D & A Benr1mo, I hhd old Ind1ana at $7 Offerings week ending Maroh 13 do, G W Roberts, 4 do 26, 271 hhds, 57 bxs; rejectiOns, 48 hhds, 1 bx, sales, By th11 New York and Philadelph( Exlpreas Pro 223 bhds, 56 bxs, of which 41 hhds 3 bxswere old and peUer Line : d W Adams & Co, 10 cs s9uiT; L D Cross 182 hbds, 53 bxs were new tobacco.' Receipts of codntry lli,._._D, 60 bxs do; G B Wilson, 40 t tobacco weeJ(el\d" !March 26, 252 hhds, 41 bxs Coastwise from Richmond, N orfi etc: D ...._BY ARCH 28.-:Market firm and in Chockley & Do, 3 hhds, 1 bx, 6 cs; L ntlier;-36 cs )' t'!Upply s at full rates P Lor1llard & Co, 49 do; M M Metzhofer, 10 do; Car-CLARKSVILLE, TENN., :MARCH 23 -The Toilacco roll, & Co, 34 do i H L Warmstedt, 4 do; Th Leaf says. Our sales foF the week end1ng ,illflt. H Vetterlem 34 ao ; H A Richey, 2 _do Mar add up 259 hhds tobacco. The market opened oog, tm & Johnson, 27 do Alva Oatman, 8 do, Swords, Carand all grades advanced closinu at the end of't'he week dozo &JGo, 2-do; R Lindl!e1m k Go, 96 do W w1th the highest scale we have had tb" sea Kittredge & C0, 63 do do, 89 pkgs mfd; J D En.ns & son; we accordmgly our quotations to repre Co, 107 hf-bxs, J B Stafford & Co, 36 do; J Hanan & seat our present market. We are glad to note that our Qo,..2,Q do; N J! do, 10 ke a 9l!.!gs, 38 planting..fr1ends have taken our-advtee, and aTe pu!bing W 0 Smith, 20 qtr bxs, 6 kegs, Order, 2 tCJI., lugs to market, as they are rea.lizing much Uoastwise from N e ; w Orleans. Kremelberg & Col higher 'pnces than they Will later ui the season. We 29 bhds. -. quote from sales of this week as follows-Lugs, $" to Received at thE> Poindexter warehouse for week 7. 75; common 8 to 9; medmm leaf, 9 25 to 10.50; end1ng March 18: Blakemore, Mayo & Co, 28 hhd'e; good leaf, 11J 75 to 11.50; fine leaf, 11 75 to 12.50; seOtticger Bros, 9 do; J K Sm1th & Son, 39 do, Pollard, lections, 13 to 15. No selections have yet appeared Pettus & Co, 51 do, S .M & 16 do; L :VV upon our breaks. Messrs .ti. & H. T. Loftland sold at Gunther & Co, 1 do, Chas B Fallenstem & Soc, 28 do; Messrs Hamson & Shelby's a mixed briuht hhd at H. AD CliGckley & Co, 9 do; Order, 21 do Sales by Messrs. Srmth & Williamson for tbe week BALTIMORE, MARCH 26 -Messrs. C. LoosE & Ce, Fri!Iay, March 18, of 28 hhds at $6 60 to 11. commiSSion merchants and dealers m leaf tobacco, r:eSales by Messrs. Seat & Bowhng, on the 18th inst., of port: Recmpts a little freer, though 26 hhds as fo!Lows-10 hhds Jugs at 5 tHJ to 9, 9 hhds still very light and coilsidera_bly less than t?e. same c6mmon leaf at 2 25 to 8 95; 6 hhds medmm leaf at penon last year. The crop IS short, and 10 v1ew of 9 30 to 10; 1 hhd good leaf at 11. Messrs Turnley, the French contract soon to be awa1ded, bo h buyers Ely & Uo, of,the,Elephant warehouse sold on the 11th and sellers are hold10g off and pr1ces are DOJ1!mally inst., 85 hhd whwh w a s overlooked in our last report, maintained at old figures! at 4.50 to 10.50. On the 18th inst, 40 hhds at 4.50 to In Oh10. we have only to report, 20 by 10.80. o'n t'be 22d in st. 26 hhds-3 at 10 25 to 10 5fi; manufac;t1,!rers prices. Some hhle old crop 2 at 10; 2 at 8.80 to 9.90; 2 at '7.40 to 8; 2 at 5 80 to Kentuck .ftlllO for home use at better !lgnres than 6 60; 3 at 5 Sales by MBI!ars Hamson & Shelby, on previously oq);ained. We hear of nothing do10g 10 VuMarch 18th of 53 hbds as follows-26 hhda common to ginia. l good at 5 90 7 80 ; 16 hhds low le-af at. 8 to 9.40; Inspections this week, 172 hbdA Maryland, 80 hhds 10 hhas medium leaf at 9 50 to 10. '75 ; 1 hhd at 14. 'On Ohio, total; b1itls; none cleared 1 Tuesday, March 22d, 12 hhds as iollows-2 hhds frozen TOBAcco STATEMENT. lugs at 2.4014.10; 1 hhd trash lugs at 4 75, 3 hhdslugs Jan. 1, stock in warehouses and on shipboard at 6 20 to 8; 6 hhds low medium leaf ate to 10. Mar; not cleared . .. 1 5,711! ket full a.nd active Inspected this week ....... Z52 DANVILLE, MARCH 25.-Mr. J H. Pemberton, to prevwusly 1,238 baceo commission merchant, reports Ow10g to t.4Ie Total... . Exported since Jan. 1, Maryland and Ohio ............. ........ Coastw1se and on, shipboard not cleared ... ...... .......... 3,156 889 contm ued cold and wmdy weather, the amount of. to7 ,2_pB bacco offered for the last week has been less than usual pnces remam about the same. We contmue quota tiona: Lngs1low to medmm, 4! to 6t ; medium to good, 6t to s!, good to fine, at to 10 Leaf-common to Ipedmm, 6 to 8; medmm to good, 8 to 1 1 good to Stock in warehouses this dav....... 3,163 Manufactwred Tobacco ..::....We have no change to note m this ma1 ket. Receipts and demand continue hght, pi ices remain unaffected, notwitbstandmg the lower range m gold premmm BOSTON MARCH 26-We report as follows: The demand st1ll' contmues qmet, buyers pur.ohasing only small lots PriCes are -without change and are as fol lows:: 4,045 fine, HI to 16 Fancy bright smokmg lugs, I2t to SO Wrappery medium to good, 25 to 40; good to fine, 40 to .1. Inclosed I hand you a hst ot sales recently made at our warehouses. These are only the sales of good and fine parcels the large bulk: of the tobacco is sold at from $6 to 15 The following is a hat of some of_the pnces .;>btained for leaf tobaccos at recent sales made at Graves' warehouse, Danville, V a : 1 lot sold for J W Reynolds at $40 and 69; J J Johnson, 1 lot at 48 J Uarter,' 2 lots at 56, 54 ; A Montague, 1 lot at 59, H Meadows, 1 lot at 61; T Ski,nner, 1 lot at 50; LEAF. 1 H W Lewis, 4 lots at 61, 50, 42, 40, J W 'Shelton, 1 Lugs .. r : ...... Bi@ B!. Good.. Ul@12 lot at 56, A G Bropksi '1. lot at 49; Thos Wilson, 2lots Common ... 11 @10 Fme . at 501 71; J D Reyno d s 3 lots at 108, 40, 70; R W Medium .. : .10-!@11 SelectiOns.. 13 Sheaves, 1 lot at 60; A E Sneade, 2lots at 47, 74; J H 'viRGINIA LEAF. Paylor, )!lots at 51, 70; J W Norman, 1 lot at 45; D Lugs ..... 7-i@ 8! Good...... 11 @llt Booth, 1 lot at 50; E Graves, I lot at 57; S W ThornCommon .. .... Sf@ 9! Fme ...... 12 -! ton, 1lotat40;AE.Blanks,'5lots at111180, 56,44. Medium . 10 @ 101 Selections. . .l3 @l4 40. Sales of tobacco at Neal's warehouse recent SEED LEAF ly by Millner, Ramsey & Ayl'es, consist of the follow Connecticut and Massa'cliusetts Fillers ....... 13 @15 ing lots: 1 at $125, 1 at 101, l at 801 1 at 72, 1 at 75, 1 at do do Wrappers '50 @60 70, 1 at 68, r at 67, 1 at 65, 1 at 68, 1 at 73, 1 at do do ,. Running lots '35 @45 59, 1 at 65, 1 l!.t 6'7, 1 at, 64, 1 at 59, 1 at 70,. 1 Ohio Fill9' . . . . . 10 @12 at 55, 1 at 63, 1 at 581 1 65, 1 at 70, with many do Wrappers ....... ....... .. 20 @40. otherlotsfrom$6to40. SalesmadeatPlanters'ware do Runnmg lots. . . . . . 16 @25 house, James M Neal, proprietor: Jake Hendrick, 1lot Penn F1llers ....... -:.... .... 10 @12 at *41, Humphrey H1gb, 1 lot at 49; J P Pennick, 1 do Wrappers ... .r;; .' ,.. : 20 @40 lot at 45; Sam'l McCncjtard, 3 'lots at 40, 64, 66; G T do Running lots : '' .. . U @25 Ingram, I lot at 49; SaJD'l Anderson, 1 lot at 51 A The iece1pts have been 38 hhds, 124 bales; 112 b.x.s, 31lots at 43, 40, 62; J B Shelton, 2 at and the exports were ll hhds, 20 hfhhds, 50 bales, .S 49, 70 JltW Wilkinson, 2 .,lots at 50, 65; G W Mar es, 75 bxs to Afnca, and 30 bales, 93 cs, 230 bxs to St. shall, 2 lots at 60, 46, J H Palmer, 1 lot at 75 Henry Pierre, Miquelon. J e:ffreys,' 1 tot at 40 ; W G Jennings, 2 lots at' 67 7 5 CHICAGO, MARCH 27 ..-We report as follows The J H Jennings, 2 lots at 50, 110; W D McNealy, a' tobacco market was dull, 'With un.changed quotatiOns at 43, '70, 100; R T Blackwell, 2 lots at 63, 74; Thos Fme cut Chewmg-Extra, 95q@$ll choice, 85@90c; Fitzgerald, 2 lots at 60, 62 Sales of tobacco made at medmm, 70@I!l0c; common ; 65@70f, shorts, 35@40c Holland's WJnehouse, by S H Holland & Co., in the last Smokmg.!-ChOice, 31@32c; medmw, 27@29c, common few days John T Br1gbtwell, 25 lots at *100, so, 70, stems, 21@23c. Plug.!...Nattiral 1leaf, 90c@$1 ; half 66, 63, 60, 59, 50; Jos1ah Turner, 2lots at 70, 51, L C \ bnght, "70@85c, black, JlOund, 60@75c; choice black, Wells, 1lot at 66, J R H1ll, 1 lot at 69; Wm Warren. guarantee, d, lOs, 6s, naVIes, 65@70c 1 lot at 6'7, J L Epperson, 1 let at 60; J M Pierson, 2 CINCINNATI, MAIRCH 26 -Mr. J. A Johnson, of lots at 67, 42 i '1' H Stamps, 1 lot at 69, T Rogers, 1 messrs. J T. J & Son reports as follows Sales lot at ao; W m Terry, 1 lot at 65 W m H Patterson, 1 this week have been very small, bemg only 223 hhds, lot at 60; Joseph Hayth, 2 lots at 60; C B Moore, llot a decrease of 10J hhds from last' week, and in conseat 60; Ed Johnson, 1 lot at 62, H Hall, 1 lot at 50, L quence the n iterest towards the la ter part of -the week H Gammon, 2 lots at 50 i James J onnson, 2 lots at 55 ; fiao-ged a little Owmg to the very unf:lvorable weathL Qlay'ton, 1 lot at 50, W J Lamer, 1 lot at 40, C er in the country, the farmers have been prevented from Burch, 1 lot, at 57 i J A Paschall, 1 lot at 4'7; T J prizmg their tobacco and sending l1t to market 1 The W OIJl&ck; 1 lot at 56; .J F Jrlanly, 1 lot at 49; J H weather ior the fasl'tliree or four days has been finer, Meador, 1 lot at 40 i J B Gardner, 1 lot at 47; B 'F and 1f it qontinu.es we hope to see a brisk market. Tte J enmngs, 1 lot at 4 7 i Cab mess & Billings, I lot at 55 pri6es are full f9r all grades ; and considerable bright W T Hodges. I lot at 60 C Reynolds, 1 lot at 50 E Western Vugmiatobaceo h,!I-B been : sold at very fair Keen, Jr, 1lot at 46, W H Peed, ofGranvilleoounty, prices. We for Kentucky Owe n an! Mason N C, 246l):>a leaf at 105, 37i do at 69, 166 do at 33 counties, new: Frozen trash', t3 50 to 4. '75; partly frost788 lbs amounting to 572.52, average 72 95, Riehatd ed lugs, $5 to 6, common sound lugs, *6 to 7.50; good Peed, of Grantille county, N C, .loa lbs leaf at 85, 142 1ound ifigs, 50 to 8 '50; common leaf, $8.50 to 10, du at 50, do at 31 ; 1,366lbs amo11ntmg to medmmleaf. to1I3 good 1eaf ) $13 to 16 50 fine average 4878, John. Pe.ed, of, Granv1lle county, N C, leaf, $10.5o' t 20 ... '.'Messrs. B'odmann & Co sold lbs leaf at 1,06, 400. do at '79, 165 do at 70, 580 do dunng thew ek 92 hhds; 21' boxM. 32 hhds old: 8 4o, 1 245 .lbs amountmg to 740.50, average 59 0'7. at"$12 to 12 75, 8 at $13 to,13 ,4 at Ui.2p ,to,U. The lots were sold by Messrs faee & 7 at *15 to 15 'r5, 1 at *16 75, 2 ,b;KS. new to:6, Co H H I Faller, 3 lots at 110, 85, 51; James Davis, 4 19hhds.new: 5.90, 2 -at lots .at70,50,a8,22; WmDoran,2lotsat31,48, W $6.05 to 6 85,1 4 ,at .'1'.25 to 7,p&, 3 at 8 05, 9. 75, 9 so, 1 at 38, 58, ;H-arley, 1 l?t ail W; at 1 atau.po' ; 12hh,ds new-at $3.90, 4, 4.85, 5, 5.10 ; ack llen, 1 lot at 39; Ge6rge qtley, lot at 30 ; 5 9o', 6.o5 9 9 2o, ll.2.9 1 j't $B ,'1 lot at 43; J T J 2 l'?ts at 5-6, 20 hbtls new 1Westsrn ,Virginia: 2 at $4. &01 6 at 39.,. B 2 lots at 8;, .. '3f), R H 1 t6 so to 6.9t, 1 at'$'7 50,4 at *8 05 to a 65, 2 at 810.5.0, 35; Wm Denton, Vlot at 42 : John D1xon, 1lot 5 at $1'1, 22.50, 35 50, '50.50; 18 bxs !'few West at 3 Baynes, 1 lot at 42 ; U W Jones, 2 lots at 75, s, 8, J 25, at 40 W R Rowland, 2 lots at fl,, 25, Charles 10 75,113,13 25, H.'l5, 16.25, 16.50., 17.50 17.,7[; 20, 5 a lots ai 3P, o 1\lfred Fall()r, llot at 26; bhds new Southern rKentuoky at $'7.40, 9 : 75, l3, 1,141 i't 0 Jonesz 2 lo$s at 30, l9 i J P :Mills, 1 lot at 22.fi0; 4 hhds new Indiana at t5'85, 6, 6!lli, 10 L Morns, 36; Wells & Green, lot at 2ert I lot at new We11t VIrginia a at f4 05 to 4 95, 3 at $5 40 to M, q lots a_t 52, 63; W ,,R 1\f:c;Kinney, 1 lot 5 75 3 at .6 30 to 6 80 4 .at $8 to;13 40 3 at $9 tO' '9 25 ali 26; J. J. Falwkes 1 lot at 29; H nunoan, 1 lot at 3. at1t10 to 10 25 2 at i12 to 12 75 .6 $13 25 14 751 32 ; J .l'>'I !!.lot at 21; R Landran, llot at 43, R 15 17 1'7 25 44 11 bX!I new Vrgin'ia a;' $9.65' A 21 ots at 36, 15 50 i W D D()nten. 2 lots at 10,25,'10 50,'l5,'i5.25, 10, 20, 23,37, 55, and .1 ai 59 25; WBichards, 2 lots at 3?; 30; D Talbdt, 1 per pound bemothe highest price pa1d for West Virlot at 5 0 Tom Carroll, 1 lot at 25 Lemon { Brown, 1 gima leaf1in this thts year .. Me11srs P H lot _at 40 i Alex Hauston, 2 lots a.t 27., 83, Wm Webb, Cla ton &'Co sold during the week 28 hhds 9 boxes 1 lot at 16 i E Andersen, 1 lot a.t 22 SO; J 111 Keats 1 7 h?ds new at $6 20, 6 95, 7 (}(i, S 40, 9 75: lot at 23 A T ,Morable, 2 lots at yO, 15, Benj 10.50, 11; 6 hhds new K'lntucky a.t &3.50,' 4.80, 5 20, 1lot at S1, W r Y Hill, 21, 13; W Hagby, 1lot 7, 8, 11.25; 3 bxs new at $4 5@, 5 60, 7, 4 hhdlf old a't at ; W :White, 2 lots at 22 50. Z,l; $12 25 12 75 12 '75 15 25 11 hhds new West Vu Lews, 2ilptnl at 40, 27; W HMatr.ox, 1lot at 30; Mau ginia e:t $3 75, 5.s5, 7.10, '7.25, 7 70," 9, 9:so, I0.25, 2 lots at 55, 44 i S A Abbott, 3 lots at 41, 10 25 11 75 13 50 6 b,xl\ new West VIrginia at$3 '70 62, 54, ; Wqi M Walker, 2lots lit 49, 17. 5 50, 6.25, 8 80, 10.25 .... Messrs. Casey, DETROIT, MARcH 26 -W.e quote as follows; Mis & Co. sold d{lnog the week 25 h.bds 3 ,bxs 5 bbds soun and 5s, lOs and ts, 75c@*l Natural new at as 15, 5.66, 6.95, 9 90, 11.75 i 8 hbds new at leaf, l.)Js, 2 50; fine-cut, 60c@l 111' sm.;>ki.ng, 22@32b; $4 90, 5.50, i.20, 6 20, 10 75, 11 50, 13; .2 hhds plug, 70@75c. Snuffs, '75@80c. Stem, Fanne\v Southern Kentucky at ;,o1 i. 7 5 3 hhds old at c;y smakmg, 60c@ 1. $11 trs, 111.75, 12.75, 't hhds new West V1rginia at EV A,NSVILLE, MARCil 22.-The sales fef the week $5 90, '7.'70, 9 so, 10 25; 12 75, 12, 75, }'(, 3 bx11 new ending Toesddy, were 165 hlhds of' which Martin West Virgm1a at $4 '70, 17 25, 25.75 .... Messrs. Phis Gardner & Co., of the EvansVIllie so1d 1n: ter & Bro during the week 19 hbd.s, ll bxs: 1 Pmces, we are pleased to note, were firmer than those hhdplli at 3 xs old. at t7 70, 12 25,,12; '75, of the week previOus. We quote a8 follows: Frozen hhds new at t5.95, 6 25, 7 60, 8 30, 5 bxs new at t4.55, trashaqd lngs, $3 50 tu mferiot to common lugs 4 lk6Q 6.20, 8.90. 9 hhds at ea. so, 4.40, O,.to, t.5.50 6:7s' bright good: lugs, $7 to 8.60; c6mmor: 5.65, 5.95, 0 15, 8165, 9.50, 9.79, 4 hhds, 3 bxv Jl6W to medium $9 to 10.25; Cumberland ri.ver leaf.

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/ 811 to I3.10. Among the sales were ten old hhds, which were sold at an advance of 88 over last July re Receipts have been light this week, owmg to the bad roads and the very unfavorable weather for handhng of the past ten days, but wtth the present fa vorsble weather we may expel!t largely increased re ceipts HOPKlNSVILLE, KY., MARCH I7 -Messr!l Aber nathy & Co, ot'tbe Plantel'tl' warehouse, sold 41 hhds tobacco at $3.45 to 10.'75. LOUISVILLE, MA.Rcn 23.We report as follows There is no ebange to note in leaf tobacco de maud con\inues active and prices are fully sustamed. The receipts and sales have been increasing. The 1e ceipts have been 815 bbds, 5SO bxs, and the expa,r.ts 405 bhds, 873 bxs. The sales have been as follows: On Thursday the Pickett. house sold 37 hhds-6 hhds Henderson leaf at $13.25, 12 75, 11.50, 10 50, 1 o, 9 80, 1 hhd leaf at 12; 1 hhd Butler old leaf at I3J.i0, 10 hhds Ohio old leaf at 12.50, 10.75, 10.75, 10 75, 10 5o, 10.25, 10 25, 9 95, 9 90, 9.90, 2 hhds Davie8s common leaf at 9 60, 9.50; 1 hhd Daviesli fro zen at 5; 5 hhds Indiana lngs and frozen at 7.40, 6.50, 4 65, 4.10, 3.60, 3 hhds Marion common leaf and lugs at 7.90, 7 40, 5 85; 1 bhd Madison lugs at 7.30, 1 hbd Todd common leaf at 8 40, 4 bbds Gteen common leaf and lugs at 8 40, 7 80, 6 80, 5 90 ; 2 hhds Henry lugs at '1. 7o, 6.IO The LoUisville house sold 33 hbds-2 hhds Daviese leaf at $11 25 11 ; 1 hbd Trimble leaf at 12.75 2 hhds Todd leaf at 'u, 11; 11 lthds OJ>io, Daviess, McLean, and Henry frozen lugs and trash at '5.25 5, 4 40, 4 70, 5, 4 65, 5.75, 5.85, 5 60, 5, 5 10; 11 hbds Da vies Grayson, and Bu lnga at 60, 'r.20, 7 76, 7 20, 7 90, 6 40, 7. 90, 7 40, 7. 70; 'I; 1 hbd Da'Viess leaf at 9.20 ; 2 CUJ'fd :leaf 1 60; 1 hbd Hart oore d leaf at 8. J The llouse sold 20 bbds-2 hh.ds Spencer 1 (Ind.)' fiigs S:'to, 3 hhds Larile common leaf at "8 301 8.50, 1 bhd Green leaf -at 10.50, 1 hhd Greep old leaf at 11.7 5 ; 6 hhds Chri3tian low lugs and leaf rat 6.80, 7 70," 6. 70, 6.30, 10, 5.i0; 7 hbds Butlor old leaf at 11.50, 12, 11.50, ll, 11.75, 10.75, 11. The Ninth street house sold 15 hhds-3 hhds Han cock new lugs at $5, 5 6 40; 1 bhd ,Ha.ncock 1,1ew leaf at 8; 3 hhds Barren old leaf at 11, 11, 1 hhd Wo.r-ren new lugs at. 6.80; 1 hhd Ttimble new common leaf at 9.90; 3 hhds Tnmble 12, 13.50, 13 50; 1 bhd Trimble frosted lugs at 4.80; 2 hbda Webster low leaf at 6, 7. 70. The Farmers' ho118e eold 10 hhds-6 hhds from Warren, Barren, and Hancock 9 60 9 50t 1 q5, G.5p :S ; 4 > pJlds from Henry !iila"'TnmbJe at 4 70, io 75, 9 10, 6 40. The Plante1s' house sold 6 hhds-2 hbds Green lugs at .7, 7 20, 3 hbds Green lugs, 9 60, 9, 10 25, 1 hhd Logan lugs, 7 80 On Fnday fhe Pwiiett hou;sp 'S!lld 41 hhds 12 bhds Hen derson leaf at $23 50, 17, 13 50, 11. 75, 10 50, 10.60, IO, 10,9 90, 9,75, 9 70, 9.10, 2 hhds Henderson lugs and frozen at $7 3 90, 6 bhds H art leaf at $11 75, ll, 10 75, 8 90, 8 40, 8 20; 2 hhds HEi rt at $\.30, 6 30; 4 hhds Clarksville leaf at $12, 11, 10.50, 10.25, 10 hhds Ohio old leaf at en2.25, 1.2, 11 7b, ll 50, 10 50, 1 o 25, 10 25, 9 70, 9.601 9 30, 2 bbds OhiO old lugs at $8 50, 8 40; 1 bhd Adair lugs at $7 10, 1 bhd Logan com!Ilon $8.90, 1 hhd Henry co mo11leaf at *8 60 The Farmers' house sold 6 bbds-4 hbds Wanen new lugs at $8 20, 8 30, 6.80, 6 80, 2 hbds Henry new leaf at $8, 13. 75. The Nmth street house sold 10 bhds 3 hhds Davtess new lugs at $5 10 to 6.10, 4 bbds Hancock new common leaf at 1$710 to 10 25, 1 hbd S1mpson new common leaf at 7 80; 2 hbds Warren old leaf at 11 75, 12 75. The Boone house sold 38 hhds 2 hbds Cnttenden lugs and low leaf at $4 95, 8, 7 hhds Perry (Indiana) lugs at 5 65, 3 70, 7 40, 7 90, 3. 70, 4.30, 6 50, 8 hhds Breckmr1dge lugs and leaf at 7. 70, 8 30, 8.50, 8 60 8, 6.6U, 10 50, 6 80, 3 hhds Chr1s tum logs at $7 30, 6 50, 6 20 1 hhd factory lugs $6 20, 6 hhds Adair at 11 5fl, 6 60, 8, 8 90, 8, 10, 9 hhds ButJer old leaf at 12 75, ll, 11 75. 13 25, 10 75. 12.25", 12.75, 11 75, 10 75; 1 hhd Hart lugs at 7 60, 1 bhd Green trashy lugs at 5 85 The LomsVIlle bouse sol d 14, hbdshhds old tobacco from Warren at $12, 12, 11.25, 10.50 2 hbds from Todd at 11 50, 10.7 5 ; 2 hhds lugs from Green at 7 30, 6 70, 1 bbd trash from Hancock at 5, 1 hbd common'leaf from Grayson at 8, 1 hbd l ugs from Dav1ess at 8 50; 1 hhd leaf from Dav1ess at 11, 1 hhd low from Cbnst1an at 10 25, 1 hbd leaf from Tngg at 10 '75 'l'he Pl, tntels' house 5 hbds-1 bbd S1mpson old l eaf a t 4\10 75, 2 hbds stemmery trash nt 5.05, 6-.40, 1 .hbd Gre e n lugs 7 10, 1 hhd Hart low leaf at 9.35 On Saturday the Pickett boose sold 50 hhds-9 bbds Henderson leaf at $13 75, 13 C,5, 13, 13, 13, 12 50, ll 50, 11 10, 8 hhds Henderson trash and frozen at 8.10, 6 80, 5.70, 5 50, 5.30, 4 50, 4.30, 5, 3 hhds Trimble leaf at 16\50, 13. 75, 9 80, 2 hhds Henry leaf at 10 25, 8 40, 4 hbds Henry lugs and frozen at 7 80 5.'10, 4 65, 4.20, II! hhds Oh10 leaf at 12 25, I:! 11, 11, 10. 75, 10.75, 10 50, 10.50, 10, 10, 9.50, 8 70, 2 hhd Todd leaf at 10 25, 9, 1 bbd Todd lugs at 7 1 hhu common leaf at 9 10, 8 hbds Metcalfe leaf and lugs at 9 20 1 8 80, 7 .90J 7 90, 7, 6.20, 6.20, 6. The Loll!Sville bouse sold 30 hhds-9 bbds Henderson leaf at 13, 12 50, 12 25, I2, 11, 10 50 10 50, 11; 4 bbds DaVIess leaf at 13 25, 11, 10 25, 1010, 7 hhdsDaviess trashat5 85, 5.30, 5, 5, 5, 4,90, 5.45, 1 hhd low leaf from Breckmndge at 8.40; 1 bbd lugs from Breckmndge at 6, 2 hbds common leaf from DaVIess at 9 75, 9; 1 bhd lugs from Larue at 6 70; I lugs from Ropkinl! at 6 90; 1 hhd lugs from Daviess at 'I 90, 1 hhd lugs frem Carroll at 7.10, 2 hhds lugs from Indiana at 5 75, 6 90 The Ninth-street house sold 27 hnds-7 bhds Daviess new lugs at .5.05 to 6 40 ; 3 bhds Daviess new common leaf at 7 60 to 9 ; 3 hhds Webster new lugs at 5 30 to 6.60; 4 hhds Webster new common leaf at 7 50 to 9 10; 4 hbds Warren old leaf at 10 50 to 13.75; 1 hhd Trimble new lugs at 6.20; 3 hhds Trimble new com 100 leaf at 7. 70 to 8.411; 2 hbde Hancock new lugs at 6.20 to 6 75 The Boone house sold 19 bbds-6 bbds Breckinridge lugs at a, 7.60, 7 20, 5.05, 6.40, 5 10; 4 hhds Adair lugs and leaf at 10 .25, 5 35, 7.85, 7.90; 3 hhds Green luge and leaf at 7.45, 7 I 0, 10; hhds Hart lugs and leaf at 8.50, 11; 2 hhds Green river at 10, 10; L bbd Cumberland lugs at 7.50; 1 hhd Taylor leaf at 9.30. The Farmel'!l' hou:se sold 16 hbds-8 hhds War ren, Simpson, and Barren at e6 so, 7.90, 10 75, 7 10, 6.50, 10 25, 1 1.25, 6.50 ; 4 hhds Owen at 7. 70, 9 80, 11, 16 i' 2 bhds Hart, 1 lug and 1 leaf, at 8.55, 11.50 ; 2 hbds, raised by Messrs Halter & Russell, Weakley, Tennessee, at. 14, aDd Der hundred pou11ds. On Monday the Piokett-hGuseaold 37 hhds-1 hhd Bal lard bright wrapper at ; 4 hhds Ballard leaf at 9 80 to 15.25; 4 bhds Henderson leaf at 11 to 14; 7 h Hendenon s an fr6zell at 4 '40' t01 7 6tl ; 6 hbds 'l'a ted at 8.90 fo '1.1 5&-; bhde Tod!lugs at 6,90 to 7.80 ; 3 bhds Fulton leaf and lugs at 5, ottO-9:89; -2 hhds llloli) 8, 5 90 ; 1 hh Marion at 6 70 ; 2 :?_P.dd lugs and at 7.'io, 5.80 Henry tugs at 6.10, 5.20, 2 bPd8 'Elrhillll n leaf and frozen at 7.40, 3. The Farmers' hhQ.II Logan. llEI.f\0 8\jpO, 8.30; 1 bhd Barren old -t af 'It 18.25'; HiM W,.ren new at9.10; 2 hhds Sumner (.Tennj leaf 11-t 10 25, 14 75; I hbtl Hart common leaf at '1.1 25; 1 hhd Hart trashy leaf at 4.80, 2 hb& Simps,on l!r40. [11 iath Btre(!t bouse sola bhdS"-l"imd. ewi t 7.50; 5 hhds Breckinridge neWJtlugs at 6.60 to 7 90; 6 hhds Breckinridge1new Jeaf at 8.90 to 11; 1 hhil ren old leaf at 11; 1 hbd Daviess lugs al>-5 lUi Z hhds Daviese new leaf at 9, 9.30; 2 hhds Hanoock new lugs at 4 85, 5.40 ; 3 hhds Hancock new leaf at 8 to 8 90. The Boone house sold..,.29 hhds-6 bhds Trigg lugs and leaf at 7.90 to 11.25; 6 hhds Todd lug.s and leaf at 6 50 to 12.50; 3 hhds Green low lugs and leaf at 4.80 to 10 50; 3 hbds Marion low lugs a!ld leaf at 4.90 to 9.10; 3 bhds Taylor lugs at 6.60 to 7.10; 3 bbds Adair frozen lugs at 4.5 0 to 5 15 ; 3 hhds Logan lu s and leaf at 6 to 9 30, 2 labds Henderson lugs at 3 65, 4.50 The Louisville bouse sold 8 hbds-1 hbd Chris tian common leaf at $10 ; 1 hbd Adair common leaf at 9 ; 1 hhd old smoke from Indiana at 9. '70; 1 hhil: Hop THE TOBACCO LEAF I kins lugs at 6; 1 hhd Webster trash at 5.3li; 2 bbds ure, Jbrced upon the manufacturers. The activity mani The receipts have been 1tJO hhds 10 do stems 3 Obrist1an lugs at 7 40, 7; 1 bhd Christian leaf at 9 50 tested also, no doubt, owes its origin to the prevalent tubs, 225 cads, 143 cs 4 bhls 2 hfdo' 6 kegs 29 dru:Os On Tuesdav the Pickett house sold 74 hhds; 1 reject idea some change in the tariff is and. that/ 32 bxs, 2 hfdo, 1 ,bx 1 cs cigal'tl, 14 do, 2 ed: 2 hhds Ballard wrapper at $40 and 26 50, cert&m s1gmficant cueumstauces md1cate a htgher snuff, 70 bxs pipes cons 1gned as follows By Rtver 11 hhds Carroll leaf at .8.60 to 17, io hhds Carroll rate of duty, if a fundamental change in whole Boats: Shyrock 4z' Rowland, 2 hhds; Sterhng Pnce & and frozen at h 7fl to 7 90, 5 hhds leaf system of the exmse and oustom departments m regard Co., 2 do; Craig Alexander 9 do 3 tubs Leggatt at $9.90 to 12, 3 hhds Breckinridge leafat ts. 70 to 9.40, to tobacco We quote: Common to :fine 10's, H@21c; Hudson & Co. 10 nhds Co' 4 hhds Breckmridge lugs and frozen at $4.90 to 6 20, NavJ-black t's and 6's, I8@21c., Bright 6's, 25@ 29 pkgs; Northern Packet 200 cads reshtpment' 3 hhds Hurt lugs and frozen at t? 65 to 7.90, 2 hbds 35c. St?ek ot :fine manufactured low, .but 15 do, 20 By the RaiJroad: J. w: Henderson logs and frozen at 4 25 to 7.90, 7 hhiitJ with no for addmg to the stock as pnces Booth & Son, 8 hbds Sh:rrock ,sa Rowland 1 do Ster Olarksvllle leaf at to 1 75, 3 hhds Clarksville and gold rule at present. Smoking is in. fair demand-ling Price &-Co, 1o''do; SmeTier & Holtz, 1. do; 's. M. lugs at $7 30 to 7.60, 4 hbds Christian old leaf at "$9 common to good, 5c t.o 10c, m bond; bright and fancy, Bro.wn, 3 d_o, J McDowell, 2 do; OJder, 1 bx B tlte to 11 50, 1 hhd Meade leaf at $11, 3 bhds Taylor com15c to 20c. Leaf, qmet. Kentucky lugs, 7c to 8c. Indranapohs & St. Louis Ra1lroad: J Moran, 2 bhds; mon leaf and lug.s at t6 to 8, 4 hhds Green common NEW ORLE.i\NS, MARCil 23 -We report. as fol Evans Bros. & Co. \ 1 do; Leggatt, Hudson & Co., 3 leaf and lugs at $6 to 8 10, I hhd Daviess common leaf lows: The ma'rkei has been .more lively, as here ha.a do, l P.J: samples; C. {}'iemeyer, 79 Gls D. D 1 Uenberg at $9 3 -((3 bhds Paviess lags and frozen at $4 90 to l)een !!Orne demand for export, especially f0r tha Ger & Co, 5 do J. A. Kaiser, 10 do; M. 2 do 7 30, 2 hhds Tod'd leaf at' $8.90 to 9 70, 1 hbd Todd man markets, but it has been chiefly in low grades 58." pkgs. By-tl!e, L ad St. Lom& & Iwn M:onntam Railroad: J A. Gregory, leadmg Items pronuses. to be very :fierce and b1tter. Henry leaf at $11 75 to 12 75, 6 bbds leaf at vanced from scarcity; good medium, sound common, J.Ihhd, M Lamo1eaux, 2 bbls; Bocry & Fry, 2 bxs; or So!lle on the b1ll may therefore be expected $10 25 to 12, 1 bhd Carroll leaf at $9, 1 b'hd 'Carroll blight Navy and long tens brioobt and dark are ID" der, 2 do. th1s week 0 --lugs at $6 70, 2 hbds Henry lugs at $6 10 to 8.60, 2 good demand at fair prices. In smoking tobaccos, LorBY TxLXGRAPn-March 28, steady and_ unchangeJ). "' hhds Ohio lugs at 70, 2 hbds Ohio trash at al4 75 to illard's goods are dailr gaining his :fine cut SAN FRANCISCO, MXRcH 18 _We report The de. TilE of books of and. their 4 .85, 1 hhd Indiana low leaf at $7, 3 hbds Henderson Century, also hts dtfierent brands ot snuff, whJCh arc mand' has improved considerabl,Y, as t\)e sprin17: trade retent10n while the an, mves trash at $55(} to 5.80, 1 hl.d Hopkins lugs at $t:S, 1 bhd all now bemg mtrodueed wi h a vim bas fully opened, and hae been sales ofVminia t1gat10n, and put to t1me '!opea com Monroe low--leaf at as 20, 1 hhd DavJess low leaf at The exports have been 172 hhc.s, 2 tcs to Bremen, 30 ruanntactnred navies at harde ing prices w hav pellmg_ them to compronuse, 18 DQt a display $8 90, 1 b _hd Weakly lugs at $6 90, 2 hbds Weakly low hhds to Havre, 20 hhds, 2 pkgs samp les to Barcelopa. The received by the several 'hundrea ba1es q_f ro,m of .gft\IMI robbery. _And leaf at f!8. 70 to 9 90, 2 hhos Metcalfe good at rece1pts have been 688 bbds, 20 butts, 28 cs 66 cads, 808 of Havana leaf. Conpecticut leaf is sellmg t;eadily izar he_t Is 1sjremsely the conduct thai Mr. Batley's $7 10 to 8 10, 1 hbd Ha1 t trash at $5. 75, 1 hhd Hart pkgs, 4,9 bxs, 250 hf bxs, consigned as follows By River lots. We quote Navy's, per 1 62@70 i bf lbs Yir. s woul now ciefend I lugs at $7.30 4 l1bds Daviess common t?. good lugs at Boats: E IIi W1lson & Son, 110 hhds, Haddon Overton per Jb1 55@70 found!' 12 mch bard pressed 60@7 2 $6.2 to 9.90; The Famerai h<'use sold 10 hhds: 2 & BUI;cb, 71 cip, E C Roacll.' & 1 3 do, W ooltk1dge do extm choice 70@8 5 '; g,.1 nch hght presse'a, 7Dr85 ,-Con: W XLr.. MET-Bailey: and the deteo-hhds Sil!.ll!,89 cOmmon leaf:p.t $9 to 9.90, 1 hhd Logan Garth, '11 do, J H Kennedy & Co, 2 do, R T Tor1an, 209 nect1cut 35@60, Anderson s Sol{iee ehewmg 9@9 w ,t' oi lugs at $6 70, 2 hhds Hart lugs at $6.40 to 6.80, 2 hhds do; John E Kmg, 7 4 do; L Gunther & Co, 11 do 1 H H t 's, fs, 40@85. The ekpotts 'bo.ve 3 cs, at. 0 8, 3 yods factory !ugs t 85.75 Bryan, 8 do; Blakemore, Bros & Co, I'7 do; Beadles, MeXIcan ports There are now 00 their way to this Tile P-l'OpOHd Increase of (lft-1' of lk to 9 The Ntntn-street bouse sold 43 hhds: 1 bhd Wmgo & Co, 37 do, V Pesson, 10 butts, J L Nastts, 20 1 port, from domestic Atlantic ports 3 hhds 230 bales Richmond Xnutaitu"re Hancock new lugs at-'$4.65, 1 hhd Webster new lugs do, 5 pkgs, J M Lewis & Co, 2 cads, MonneJohn & Sa[25 bbls; 908 cs. Sm: We, the undersigned, tobacco of" at $5.30, 6 hbqs Webster new leaf at t7 30 to 10, 1 Jacques, 64 do, 27 bxs, Mayer Bros, 158 pkgs; S Herrrs TRICE'S :{,ANDING TENlf M 17 -:M Rwhmond, V a,, beg leaye to call your.attentin to -\he folhhd Henderson new lugs at $4 60, 16 bhds Daviess hetm, 12 do; J P Sarrazin, 75 do, B e aumont, Fakes Co, I Riggms & Co. sold 62 hhds as 4 bhds lowmg extract from a late paper of this mty. new lqgs at $3.85 to 6, 2 hbds Daviess new common 5 do, ;1rkpatnck & Ke1th, 19 do, F G1efers, 5 do, Wack at $4, 5, 5 40, 5 .40 ; 17 bbds lugs at 6 60 6 1 o, 5 _95, "w A.SHING:roN, MARCH -9.-The Comrmttee ow Ways leaf at 87 to 8 70, 1 hhd Clarksville new common leaf enbartli & Joseph, 5 bxs, Mcver & Sey, 4 do, McCarty & 6.40 7 90 ., 60 6 no 6 7 5 6 75 6 20 7 10 6 25 6 7 75 d M h d t "'B 90 1 hhd S 1 f--,. 9 30 5 ; o an eans a a prutracted session to day, the entrre t 1mea ., pencer new common ea at Sebastian, 1 bx snuff: By tlie New Orleans Jackson & 7.90 6.70 7 80. 18 .:hds fat 8 10 8 40 8 25 8 90 b d hhd T bl 1 t ., 5 6 70 6 1 hd T bl "' w" emg consume m dtscussmg the ments of the ruoposed s nm enew ugsa .. to. 1 s um e Great Northern Rarlroad R T Tonan, 48 hhds, E C B10 825 870 8 .,,. "60 8 850 b h I l f t "8 '0 t 12 75 3 hhd ld 1 f $9 30 t ...,v 0 ., c anges m t e revenue law concerumg tobacco They first newea a"' .. o so ea at o Roach&Co,16 do,Haddon,Overton & Burch,8 do, 8 10 840 s 8023'hh.dsJm'edt:tlm'leaf'at9''930980 h dth fHW .. 1 Tb PI h fd hhd hi d 'rrT ear e v1ews o Hunt, President of the ioneer ., 4 25 e anters ouse o 18 s: 2 1 s vv ooldndge & G!Lrt.b, 8_ do, _BeaumQnt, Fake_s & Co, 17 do-; 9.60 9,80' 9 ,50 'o .. 0 9 9 ... 9 9 10 9 60 9 50 n'1 0 T b M t t h t $ 5 6 85 1 hhd Ch 1 t :v '"" "' o lj-CCO Company, of Brooklyn, N. y, wh() semmery rasa to ristian ugs a LGunther & Co,20 do, DWC Sanford&Co,4do;-975 925 940 94' 0 10 0 1 ;25" 1 050 0 ted 1 th fi '-L d "'7 90 1 hhd Breck! "d I t '"6 70 3 bhd Hart I b M D 1 & c 2 bf b s H 1 v ur CUB rej>rese;!l a so e rfil !ll & L,o11, f tli8t Qity, "' nn ge ugs a ., s r y, c ame o ?O xs "Im, 2 8 ell tomers are wisely-offering their inferior grade' :first, _}Jot;b plug tobacco manufacturers, .JUld Iio-pa'ia eonJomtly f1 ozen lugs at $5 55 to 8 70, 1 lrhd Hart lugs at $6 95, From Mo 1le E A Whitney & Co, 29 pkgs; S Heros which accounts for the laTge breaks o f low grades We 1 1 2 hbds Hart low leaf at $8 20 to 8.85, 1 hbd H&rt old heim 19 bxs h h ., 1 1 ast year near Y I" I, 200,000 taxes on manufactured and sold 1 t t $I3 .,6 3 hbd G ll fi 1 $4 oJ ave t us 1ar sod but t'\!O complete crops of a goods. lie opppsed the reductiOn of the tax on plug toea a s a atm rozen ngs at 115 to PADUCAH, MARCil 23 -We report Sales at the averal!e tobacco, both of wb1"ch made an average o b d d f -"' 6 IO, 2 hhds Breckinridge lugs at $4.50 to 7.20, 2 bhds b b d d hhd h b acco an argue In 1avor o a. Ullllllrm tax of tbirty:-tw" Henry lugs at $ 7 10 to 7 90 On Wednesday the Pwkt ree '!'are ?uses to ay amounte to 65 s, at t e a out 10 cents. cenQ! per J10Und on all manufacturett to)l,acco He clauns ett house sold 70 hbds: 1 hhd Daviess manufactmiug followmg pnces: Messrs Hale, & Terrell sold POHBIGl'f. J;liat thelmterests of the plug tobacco man'ufactnrers were not leaf at '26, 10 hhds Daviess leaf at $8.20 to 11 50, 11 41 hhds as follows 8 hbds frosted at 4\4 85 to 6; A:trT ,WERP,, 15.-The demand bas beM by the committee of the NatiOnal AssociatiOn bhds JJaviesR lugs and frozen at 85 15 to 7 90, 5 hhds 11 bbds lugs, at 6 25 13. hbds common leaf at very regular during the past few days, andbdyers 'have M 'all':' On the other titmd," Jt was tliat i the tax on Henderson leaf at $It 50 to 20, 9 hbdR ,Henderson lugs 8.25 to 9,85; 2 medmm leaf. at 10 to 11.25' 5 bhds had to pay a shght advance over the last fates. r The= of Sixteen cents a pound was an UlljUSt and frozen at M 90 to 7.40, 5 hbds Todd at $8.10 go_od leaf at 11 2o to 12 ; I hhd piebald at I3.50; 1 hhd sales have been 136 bhds Kentucky, 39 hbds m favor of the consurper, while for the poorer l hhd T dd I $ hhd H bngbt wrapper at 24.50. Messrs Rwe, Crossland & and 11 hhds Mason county frqm first hands, and 34 quality of plug tobacco they, were taxed thrrty cents. to o, 4 s 0 ugs at 6 20 to 7.90, 4 8 art Kay sold 11 hbd11 as follows: 5 hllds logs at 6 85. to bbds Kentucky from second hands. We have received er pound The proposed mod1frcations ot tbe1aw suggestleaf at alB 80 to $10.25, 5 hbds Hart lugs at $4.90 to 7 75 5 bhd 1 1 r 8 45 9 5 1l1bd d 7 70, 4 hbds Barren old leaf at $I 0 to 11. 75, 1 bhd Ma s ow ea to .8 ; me mm 231 bales from England, 170 l:iales and 225 bales from eel by the delegates of the Natioual.A.ssocmtion concernmg rion leaf at .7.60, 4 hbds Henry frozen at $3.75 to 5.15, wrappers at 11. .Messrs Settle Bros 13 )lqds as verland. strikmg the names of manufacturers from the label, I bhd Henry common leaf at $8.30, 4 hhds MLean at 7 95 't 410 at BAHIA, FEB 26.-The market still retains great to monthly custon of bondmg tobacco trash and at $4.75 to 6 50, 1 hbd Franklin leaf 0 s goo s Ip_pers a 0 'Steadiness and an-ices are :firm The sales durin{)' the un er t e pretence that It 18 for export, &nd many other at $13, 1 Jlnd Rranklmlugs at $7 20. The Ninth street PETERSBURG, 26 -Messrs. R. Young past fortnight have been 3,200 bales St at pomts, were all opposed by Mr HWJt as IDJUnous all alik& house sold 41 hhds. 3 bhds Barren new lugs at $6.55 & Bro., tobacco merohants, report as fol 6550 to 6700 rs, and about 800 bales St Felix: at 6*000 to the Government and mllJlufacturer It IS understood to 6.95, 2 bbds Barren new common leaf at $7 .80 to B, lows. market 18 wttho.ut change. The offermgs lor thirds, stooo -for'"seeonds, 10$000 for f\rs '12$000 that th IDommi tep on Kcays and Means wit not hear 3 hhds Trimble ne at $4.25 to 6.50, 2 hhds Trim ate light, of and miXed tobacco .. Tofor fior, and 14$000 to 15$000 for Patentes. 'l'he stock any toore Mgum.,entS upo tlus questiOn, but prepare ble new leaf at $8 .20 to ll.50, 6 hhds McLean new bacco of eCided character Ill demand at full pnees. is 17, 890 ,bales agamst 23, 170 bales last ear, a.nd .the the1r_ report Without delay, and be ready_ to subqnt all modt lngs at $5 20 toG, .2 bhds Metcalfe new lugs at $6 50 We quote lugs at $7 to 9, mostly at ?.50 to 8.25; leaf, entries 2 872 bales against 25 924 bales time last or the bill when the House IS realLy to consider to 7.10, 2 hhds old leaf at a10 to 11.25, 2 bhds McLean soft, 8 to 10, good, 9 to 14-the reCI!lpt s generally beyear It. It JS believed the t ax on smoking tobacco w11l be mnew common leaf at $7.!0 to 8 60, 6 hhds Owen new ing m1xed and in bad order Very bnght, offerings eroo.sed to cents1 and 't.hat the lugs' at 314 to 6 50, t hhd Owen new low leaf at $S 30 light-lugs frOI;xfl2 to 15; leaf, 15 to 45; fancy, 45 to 19 -The only kands oft'ere up n recommend that the incroose go into effect 1mmed1 ately 5 hbds Simpson new lugs at $6 10 to 7 90, 7 bbds Simp 60 The following WI!! sbo.w the inspectiOns at the va the market' ave been of inferior quahty, which has pre after: the f t e bill, If, mdeed, 1t should become a son new leaf at $9 to lO. The Louisville house sold 39 rious warehouses the ast week: ventecil sales. We quote 4s stwk in dwarf boxes at San hhds: 5 hhds Henderson leaf at $I0.25 te 15 25, I hbd @San 3 ple, and lOs at 6 an@ 6an 3 pie. Now, we undertake to say that Mr Hunt nusr e presents Hart common at $1\).50, 2 bhds Indiana Jeaf at . . 33 1 453 Min rorJh that the Committee of the NatwnaJ. $9 20 to 10, J 3 hbds Kentucky river trash aad lugs at Moore's. . . . 31 1 720 84 hbds Kentucky and :rJ d 40 h:d rr_imta, f:s t ma Ion the interest the plug man 84.25 to 8 30, 2 hhds Henderson good trash at j5.65 to Oak's .... .................. 1 5 0 1 218 lanr] In West In'dJ"an a dv S e tvherAe s hary u ac urdersl. t deb d atibon ssociatiqn of bbacconists is: 6.20, 2 bhds Ohio lugs at $6.90 to 1$7, 1 hhd Bender 0 ou merwan we ave NOT a e ega e o y, ut evepy tGbaeeom11t throughout th& son low leaf at $8.30, 3 hhds Webstir lugs at $5 to. 114 3 sold from fi_rst bauds 1,008 ceroons Havana, 151 ceroons country can become a member and participate m Its dehb7.10, 1 hhd McLean frozen lugs at $4 50, 3 bbds Mo Receipts this week............. . . . Cceurbooan, s26SBanceDrooomnsi.nAgmo b2a215emak, 673Bcerolonls Cf armden2,3375 erationts, bytepdayrnthg the dsmadll fee of $25. And if any perJ,ean frozen lugs at .5.20 to 7.20, 2 hhds Meade leai R 1 k 0 P gs razJ ea, an cs son m eres m e tra e oes not attend 1ts meetmgs of ecetpts ast wee . . . . . 8 seed leaf hi h d t b at $9.70 to .10 50, 2 hhds Carroll common leaf at $8 70 Total since October 1st, 1s69 . 1 733 w c no Ice ts given m t e trade paper, It 1s of hJ& to9.60,2 bbds Indiana old leaf at $1025 to 1050 Same time lastyear............. 2 '053 15.-Therehas beenveryhttle owncb01ce. Wtthregard tothelatemeetingoftheAsso The Boone llouse sold:38 hhds 4 hhdti Green luge and 1ll acttvtty 1n the market, as there have "been no new ar elation, the ObJect for 1t was to meet, VIZ. to mente leaf at 17 40 to IO, 2 J:rhds Henry frozen lugs at 15.25 te PHILADELPHIA, M.rncH 28.-:Mr E W. rivals. We have no sales to report. The quotatiOns, nahze Congress to reduce the tax, was stated at the t1me 5.85, 1 hbd CarrQll at-4l8>1l.bhds Owen frozen lugs son, tobacco )>roker, reports: Busmess drags, and IS whJCh are unchanged are as follows t Ibs fair to good of glVlng the notice Moreover, the committee appEnnted. aod leaf at $4.7 5 to 1 o, 2 bbds Henderson lugs and leaf unsattsfactory. Sales_ of leaf for the past week as fel 8an@9an 9 pie, 10s al. by the AssoCiation to present 1 ts memonal to. Congress. at 86.50 to 10.25, 4 hhds Jennings lugs and lea( at low:s: 40 cs Connecticut, all 22@65c; cs HAVANA, :MARCH 19 -The demand for comprised SIX plug men out of the twelve of wbwh it was t6 Hl to 9,10, 4 hpds Taylor lugs an:l leaf at *5.80 to 9h10 wrappertl, 3040c; 10 cs OblO fillers, on pr1vate has been fan, with rates There have been composed We manufacturemare subject t.Olieavy ellarooes 916, l'hhd Warren lugs at $7,3 hhds Warren frozen terms; 20 08 Peunsylvama ullers, 2ts@35 i 10 cs State som!l:;.&rrivals, whie'lt_ xema1n mill unsold There has in addition to, and by reason of, the Government tax. lst. lugs and )eat at t5. 70 to 9 SO, 4 bhds Henderson lugs seed, 40450 30 bls $l 15@'1 20 60 bls Hav been a sale of 50 b:x:s, ex: Morro Castle, at The When we ship tobacco, we have to insqre, 1t not only for its and leaf at 17.10 tq 10, 1 hhd Orange frozen lugs at ana, *11 20 Sales of mgara xeach 800,000, With .a quotatlons are $26@27! per qtl. The clearances have ,us, put also for an;JOllllt as no drawback $5.80, 1 bhd factory frozen lugs at $5.25, 1 hhd Duiess large stock on hand. The demand. fol' IS been as follows St. and B1lboa, 23,7 00 ci-Ill 11\ casec0f a loss on goods tax paid 'Lor-on bonded lugs at $7.30 and 1 bbd Adair leaf at $I0.25. The fatr-neacly 300 bxs sold !ast week. After April 1st "gars; Southampton and BJ.emen, 1,295,810 cigars, 464 goods yartJI!lly lJl tra.rs. tu, 2d The commission house sold 21 bhds: 1 bbd Warren lugs at next, we are to have four, mstead of two, bonded ware bales, I,250 pk"'B <-igarettes; Valencia and Baroelona, merchants to whom we sh!P our tobacco cbaJ"F a oornmis *6. 90, 7 hhds Logan leaf and lugs at $7. 0 to 10, 1 hbd houses. 14,900 Cad1z, 221,250 7 54 pkgs cigarsion of frOJ;n 5 tq 'tt'PEl4" \'ent on sales JV th the \l.l added Green luga at $4, 1 hhd Hart at .8.30, 1) bhds RED RIVER LANDING, TxNN, MARcH 17,ettes, B!lboa, 53,600 cigars; Sisal and Cam peachy, they they to do this, for, by guaranteemg Henry leaf and Jugs at $4.20 to I2 25. The Planters' Messrs. Thomas & Co. sold 53 hhds as follows: $11, 5,000 pkgs cigarettes; St Sebastian, 50,900 cigars; and selling on time, they are hable to lose the tax as well house sold 12 bhds Breckinridge lugs and leaf at $6.90 10 75, 10.75, 10.50, 10, 10.50, 10, 10, 10 75, 10.25, 10, Falmouth, 41,000 cigars; Porto Rico and St. Thomas, as the tobacco; We ha"t'e to pay 11 terest Ul the tax. to 11.25 9.60, 9, 9.10, 9, 9, 9.50, 9.30 9.80, 9.50, 9 -10,9 25, 9.40, 80,500 cigars, 78,637 pkgs cigarettes; Majorca, 1,000 for sales are generally made on stxty and nmety days' tiDJe, 'M'A1nrFXtn"URED ToBAcco--Is active and firm. 9.30, 9.70, 8.95, 8.90, 8.40, B 20, 8 60, 8.25, 8.20, cigars; Barcelona, 14,450 cigart1; Antwerp, 46,900 ciand before tobacco Call be gotten. out of bond to deli.vf!' to Kentucky fs and 14's are scarce, and dealers find diffi 8.60, 8.75, 8.95, 8.25, 8.50, 8.95, 7.25, 7, 7.'75, 7.10, 7.10, gars. the purchaser the tax must be pa1d, and, as the omrnissiOn eulty in gettmg enough for ordel'tl. We quote: 6.80, 6.95, 60, II 70, 6.80, 8 SO., MARCil has been a further has to get tbe money from the banks, of course Va. extra lbs. and fancy styles ......... 81 00@1 10 RICHMOND, M..uwa 26.-Mr. R. A. Mills, tohacco m the value of all descriptiOns, and a mterest IS charged upon It. In case of goods tax Va. fine bright, lbs. and twist. . 00@1 00 broker, reports; lively busmes.s has been done in San Domin yt!d, good, for then we get the mon&y Va. medium bright, lbs. and twist....... 75@ 80 In reviewing 6'!r market for the past week, I have t9 go, and BrazJI. The sales by prtvate contract llav& m .,.e a ourse ves mstead of through tbe merchant Va. common, lbs and !-lbs............ 65@ 68 note a very decided adv.a.nce iQ aJI g but more es been 5_29 ceroons Ha'l'ana ex Cel ta, 226 ceroonlf>, 8?-dln we are subJected frequently to an addi: V a. :fine, lbs. and l4's. .. .. .. .. .. .. 65@ 70 11 b b "-. h 7 d Sax"nla t :November voyarr:;t, 242 ceronno "'o ex We'"'" tional c ...... .be for exc,bange. To illustrat;e what we pecla y lD ng t wrappers, 'WulO afe Ve yscarce an -" l. -9 > "'""'u """' tated f ib b" d v a. fine light pressed, 9-inch .... 0 : 0 80@ 90 hill"h' and while I do nof'alter my quot'ations l'fl. bright ph alia, 423 cereons do (Februarr b 0 t.aour num h erhs lppe som,e time ago a lot or Va extra fig and pancake. 0 0 0 0 0 1 1>0@1 15 ?rappers, there being such a wide range in them, Still 300 ceroons .do 1,3!0 ceroons San DommgD II acco, X on w IC amouqted r about 82.301>, Jt 1,\:y. and Mo. bright, lbs . . . 62@ 65 the ouLside fiP"urea are now readily obtained' also, _wbJcb arrtved In the Elbe; eeroons dafs before the consign'll\en was sold, anJ..ttien Ky. and Mo. t's and 14's. . 65@ 68 common working flllel'tl have advanced at least 1 c per do, mdJrectly Imported; 300 ceroons P,o, sttl on SI':x:ty days time' he had, therefore, about ninety davJO' Ky. black sweet, lO's and t's.......... 62@ 65 lb. Other grades ad.van!led.in the sar:lle_ ratlO per I_no, fo; ]ehyery on arnval ; 257 interest 1 to pay. on at 10 per :JI6f annlUil Ky. navy, lbs and t lbs., best ...... 70@ 72 as those mentioned above Below I give transactions. Brazllleaf ex VIQtona, l ()0 pkgs St Fehx: per Brazil-per eent: on the UIDety da!s.' He "had a\so to 2 _per Ky. navy, lbs. and t lbs., medium . 63@ 65 629 hhds, lll 45 bxs. Old tobacco.-Common to ian, for delivery on -arri,val. FrEsh supplies &re be msuraa l 131YI1, n a!AJrJl.tAQPed Winesa)fu....................... 95@1 00 good 9 lj) to .. ao do ieaf. 10 12 to 15c New {inning to arrive_, and tb following have come. "to lb k es nathan, andk. 6 or and Golden gne 95@1 .00 .___, -" 71o II S 2 7 8 k ro erage1 us rna me: ected last 'Y.e.e.k, ending ,::_)47 ]1\st, and prices have been firm. At times su pi Sons & C.o, m thetr report, .sar_: In our market llllm'(IDUili! .,o wan e4, an Done o e a a es rom f b 25 bhd W 7 d 1 AI tlw u e no e.. JlU! own name Thurs6ay to inclusi:ve, 19 hhcis-a at 5 20 to o a out 0 s .. estern stnps at an,. Yor March,, 18'10. 5 50, 1o 1\t to6.so, 8 at-'t to 7 _90, 13 at 8 _10 to 8 90 3 about 50 bbds VIrg1mrleat at 6d to 7d per pound e 19 at 9 to 3 at 10, 2 at 11.25 to 11 75, and 7 at:12.25, LIVERPOOL, MARCH _12. Messrs. Wm Brandt s ALE -40 CASES PENNSYLVANIA SEED-LEAF. 13 25, 14,14.75 to 3I 50, and 7 boxes at 5,30 to 5 25, Sons & C?o' m tlletr speCial polt, say: The l!larket Wru>lJ4lrt&Dd and 1 at 37 25 To day offerings were larger than for Amer1can tobacco, so far the trade IS con-2&1-4t Columbia, PL usual, but largely inferior and nondescript in quality. bas been decidedly qtuet dunng the past fort-CIGA'RS. LEAF TOBACCO, .tc., FOR SALE were though apparently low, owing mght, a11iho';lgh we hea: of sale of about 100 hhds LIQUIDA.'l'ION OF DzBRAEKELBR & FOOTB. td tlil'l quality. Sales 22 hhds-5 at 6 to 6 90, 5 at 7.I 0 W striJ;l& af, a pnee wh1oh IS not reported, but F unale at cot, 800 O(Jil very ftne and well oeauned to 7.60, 5 at 8.10 to 8.50, 2 at 9 to 9.10, 2 at 10 to 10.25, IS behevell be cheap For export, both to and 3 at 11, 12.25 to 15, and 13 boxes at 4.30 to 11 25, Afnca and the Contment, there. has been more inquiry, WORK 'B&Ncrr .. s, HXTURRS, etc very low The tease or three plendtd d fi th fi f b h b d b Lofts, 25\IOIJ (l.r, 2d, 3d), w ell adapted fora Rent,$ 500 prr 5 hhds were passed and 12 were rejected at 6 10 to an or e ormer a air us1uess as een one, ut annum Apply at tlle Manufactory. 9t Bekman np-etalro.., 26t 23.50. Weguote at6to6.50, planters' for and buyers cou}d net c?me to WE JUnJ REDUCED OUR pfucES OF Jugs and oommon leaf at 7 to 8.50; medium dark leaf terms, and bes1des, tbe stock of low pnced leaf ts now ESTABLISHED or at 9 to 11; good manufacturmg do at 12 to 16, br1ght reduced tQ a small compass. x & C LICOR!CE PASTE, do at 25 to 40 Manufactured, is quoted as follows: :MANILA, JAN. 31 -There have been no public Navy, per lb, 65 to 70; grape juice, 65 to 70; medium, sales of cigars announced. Leaf is qmet, as there is no 75 to 90; natural leaf, 1 to 1.10; light do, 1.25 tv 1. '15. new to hand. The clearances have been 1,47? M ctgars to H){c, go!CJ, and beg leave to CAll mannracturers' to It The J C y CA. BRAND, of which we axe the Sole Importen In UD!ted St&tee, 18 etW ll6e &old. 2G4 4t ll:Rl!MELBER" CO ..

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IIIEW '?I.IIKi 1(--12_9 _1"_11-'' -B_L_BTll_II_II_ T...:.. N r .AILEI' lElTZ & BRO .. L. W. Gl1l<'fiiBB, F. TATG:J:IOIORn Baltimore. I'iew York L. W. CUNTHJER &. CO.,: Lea, f T 0 b c c 0 !Tobacco & 118 Water Street, lio.,llO St.j Square, I '!)i NEW, YO&K IIJf, < .,_._., .,....,, NEW TQrBIL Liberal ad-ranees made on coliaiJ:Dmelita. ,II--( ') oo I' I) Water Street, -r -r WILLETT ST., I Ten1o Gold Ridge, Blue Jacllet, Peach Tom Ttlumb, llay Queen, Alexand e r, Boston, Kear:sarge. ofTrumpo, Brown 1 J'ouee & Robinson, Jerey White, The Old Bwrt, De"ter White Fawn, Blaclc.Piame, Sancho Panza, Beautl.ful Star, C. L. Jones, Ca1>8tone, J ohnlllaacoek. I New York. I N. Y. COmmission Merchants. r ., BULKLEY MOORE ct C .O. I rll .. n .r )t H7. r COMMISSION MERCHANTS_, .. I : NO. t04l FRONT-STREET, NEWYORK, t AGENTS .FOR THE SALE OF 1 f 1 I(" j l l The FolloWing '!fVetl-known and ,"fustly Celebrated. Virginia. i I t I H ;' .J, ,( Ill I I I : / 7-' : GRANT & wiLLIAMS, ROSSEI:.L & 'ROBINSON, I 7 I l'HOMAS & OLIVER, GREANER. & WiNNIE, I I J. G. DI:LL, BARRArT'S CROWN, J. K. CHILDREY, ,L. H. FRAYSER '&CO., TURPIN & YARBROUGH, J. :3. PACE & CO., RE1JBEN RAGLAND, I GILMAN & MALLORY, CHEIVES. & OSBORNE, & SON, DQKE OF: ATHOL. 'lttenti(W'l. o[ the 'l'rade is solicited. ''PA!El\mR: & S00YILLE, ", r I ,.. 1 d I AND' JOBI'IERS 'o!' I I L-"' I I ... i -110,-':. L PALMER ., 1 -, A. H. SCOVILLE / Connecticut Seed-leaf Wrapper of our own paroong I o 1 I [ l TOB,ACCO .. w;ORKS/ 7._5 Bowery,, Ne w : _q .r :: .. 'j -"n f I d ''lo { 1 l r "' ?Ft r IH' ., ; ;.. li 'CELEBJIATED :, .. CUPID[' ( r t { i" \ Also.,' o other l r 'and Cut Smoking Tobaccos. We''"''"' Uoe to eaU a...r -"m.''.1 ;l!fHk, &pf....., .P""9" .. ing el6flU1h.....,, I : 229:!811) 1' 1 j f J r .. f f { 1 1 I 7 .t' .. 11 1 o'o ,!(0 0 ... -: _:r,J rr (Superior ake and Prime ,Quality,.> ON:iDlR I! il t I .2tt3 and j!9l5 .MONBOEtS'l'BEET, NEW .. YOBK., VIRGI.N IA Commission p KREMELBERG & CO., NEWYORK, .UD F. L. BRAUNS & 'co., BALTIMORE, Merchants. or L_teorlce Patc, direct impor!&eon!tant1y on :hand, &l.ld for sale, ln bond er duty iD lots r.o au!t purch&Sera. 62-11' -READ (Sntce8110r to ,!. Merchant, 1 DEALER IN & WESTERN .M:annfactured Toba.ooo, Licorice, 'Gnm, etc., No. PEARL STREET, N. Y ..,. DTTINGER & [ --KENTUCKY r :/ J 'I 119 PEARLSTREI;T, ', NEW YORK. ROBERT E. KELLY' & CO.; I l fl t.. "; t > ,'. \ HAVA:NA LEAF, < I \ 34. BEAVER STREET, 1ihw YoRK. R. 8. WALTE-R, I 'BEST Connecticut, Havana & Yara I LEAF I 20:$ PJEABL STREET, Nesr MaideD Lljne, NEW YORK EC.CERT, DILLS &. C0.; D:E.&.L'Elt!l IN and Importer:s of SPANISH TOBACCOS, , 1 LEAF. rosAcco;: Maiden Lane, NI:W YOBK. f I I l r L. CERSH EL & ,. DUt.SM Df .-. Havana. and Domestio 1..4.r.o, aU J
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' l lb. l])l'U.LlS' t 1 lb. Bags, .. / 14lb, Bags. i -2 lb; Bags, 1-4 lb. RSCHAUM AND Al!BHB GOODS to the Trade in the United States. M&liufaclp:ier of' Lohlla.rd'dJHeb'rated Yi cnt Club Pipes given away with his Yacht Club Smo'ktbg Tollflclx>. 1 1 ... I of Supe:l!ilmaQualiq, Of' every \ SMOKING TOBACCOS, CIGARS, _. POWDEREt-LICOflfCE. GREE_NfiELD & CO., J!fi: H. LEVIN I Ull"'itTJi:. Of' Tobacco and Se-gars, 61 Beaver Street, fl33Sd T 2 oz. r1 l L. V.l H I
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PHILADELPHIA ADVERTI8El!OITS vTHE:TT"c:RLEiN & PHILADELPHIA, PA.. I merchants in Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco. DOJt'.CESTIC .A..ND IMPOBTE:U S.EGA..B8. UIIITIED 3T>.TE8 301'tMD WARIEHOl!Sit. IF Cansignel'l'l forward tlneir Sk>Cks wi,hout prepaJing the Government Tax. .A. V AN-SCH.AICK, .A.GENT FOR Lorillard's Tobacco & Snu Cigars, Havana and Connecticut Leaf. IN LOTS TO SUIT, & 19 NORTH WATER STREET, PJULADELPHI.A. O:rdei'B Sollolted. StBiDe:'L9, Smith Bros. IS Knecht, PULBBS :m .iLL KINDS 01!' LE.A.:p-TOBACCO, A-nd ManufacturertJ of and Dealer In Cigars, RACE STREET, PHILADELPHIA. "S. FUCUET &. ..SON _St'!.. IMPORTERS OF HAYAI,U CIGARS AND LEU TOBACCO, AND MANUF'A 0 ,. FXN"E Uniler our (Copyriglltcd) Brautls, or Special (Private) oaes 229 South Prout St1eet, Philadelphia. lnited Bonded Warehouse, First Collectioll Pennsylvania. wo-oDWARD BROTHER &. CO., and Gensral Commission Merchants, I THE TOBACCO H. WILKENS a CO., Monumental City Works, No. 181 WEST PRA.TT STREET, BALTIMORE, D., Mi nt-of I loCtiil. I Smoklns and OJ:iewl2ig To accos, M. FALK &-"GO., 143 WATER STREET, Nf:W -' WM. WELSH & SONS, -BD. LEA F. CiliCDfli'ATI, ST. LOUIS, AlfD CHICAGO ADVERTISEMENTS. BODlYIAl\Tl\I'S H Be d & B Ins ction & leafTobacco enry su en ro., pe WARIEHOU8.. DE4LEB8 or 62',:1D,IIIJIII'nato4G!,M.t11Wafier1 TOBACCO Cll48. BOJ):IUJU( .oo., l'rllpdalca ..... -... ... -....... 161, 163, & 165:Pea.r1Stret, u.Hn 1a Importect nom..ue GIESKE & NIEM.NNN, LEAF ... G. BRASHEARS & SON, "' AND T b c M h CINCINNATI. {OOIL'iER OF ELM BTREE1'1 ) SEGARS. Commission Merchants 0 acco ommiSSIOfl ere ants, ...__&T_ .. ,...... QJIO.JOL uwmaorl SouUa 6a11 Strut, BGlUmore. J U. S. Bonded Warebouae No. I, EGGERT D 78 SOUTH CHARLES STREET ILLS & CO., Wm. a. Wellll. JW. ,......_ 1 li'o. 46 Wr.lnut .. treet, Clnolnnotl. (Bacoeuon to "IVY. EGGI:IlT,) {BI-I'!Jt BALTlliCOBE, ID. DULllas 18 adan.cu" Oota.d?nn&4nttt GUS,TA V GU.TH1., DOMESTIC AND SPANISH T -.. \Vboleoa16D .. lentn J;.eaf To 'bacco Manufacturers Smoking LOUis STRASSER, 12 WEST SEcoxn BTBEET, C X -G-.A H. S-I 4Dd r.ear To_...._ Imponer., B.A.vARA ... D.-.. ooJU:sTio cicnnrATL .,.. .. _, -=:::1. -.:til .A.. -=:::1. ot and No. &3 GermU: q :roREIGN & noosTi:oSEGABS, c=. : n f No. ISll Jl/zok-P'-o BaiH-Aile Cllolee Brandl ol lin. l'llm>Dia Zaa (a-11'1) fiD Plpee ud BaobN' .UtanUr 11M& CHEWING AllD SMOKING TOBAOOO, JACOB ZINS & BROTHER, cs-=m) :18'1 Walnut Btf'eet, Jlanllfaclllren or F. W .FELG I F. L. BRAUNS & ca.. CINCINNATI, o. c x a.A. :Et. s, Bole lllan11111ctarer and Succeu6r tO 11 cl:fP. A P!l.ffil'! ,. '' Alld Dealera Ill 1 -JL.'' II y F H:BISCHOFF, BALTIMO.RE : "'D .:: ., RICIIUD>ULUT. Y' () Lleorlpe Pa11Je. Por a&le, in lot. 11 .-. cuit buyt:r.t,ln bond or duty paid B. F. P ARLET'l' :; BARNE & JEROME, Connnission Merchants, Paekcrs. and WholeMie Dealers In Conn. Seed eafT obacco,. No. 238 State Street, GEO. B. :BARNE81 AUG, 8 nmO:XE ....... AASBROTHE IIU.t.II8PI CONN. S EEDLEAF TOBACCO, .CIG-.AR.S. 2S2 HaRTFORD, CONN. J. D. BURNH.AM & CO., Mllllufac:lur..re and Job ben !a TobaccQ, Snuff & Cigars, And Wholeoalo Deolers In TE.A.B, A A BURNHAM, J. D BunNuu<,} 77 & 79 Asylum St. :.ll: HARTFORD, WM. WESTPHAL, COlDIISSION IIEBQBUT, L I J. ....... B. W-Alld Dealer ln WOODWARD, l HEO, H. WOODWARD. f S. LOWENTHAL 6; C0.1 CONNECTICUT SEED LEAF Ha-tcb.e1or Bros. -x <> lb a o o o, F I N E S E C A R 8 233 State St., Hartford, OollD. Mmufaoturera of FINE CICARS, and Dealers in .... Ia; LEAF TOBA'CCO, Wh"lealc pealete!a L' E A F I ., c c 0 OPJ... A!..L KlBJ>S .{ LEAF TOBACCO, S:!t4:0XING No. 76 Ma.m 'Street,_ Cincinnati, 0. HOBBY, YAR.A. LITTLE ONES, PICKWICK, DAISY, PUNCH, and other copyrighted anufaetued obuc:o & 200 PRATT STREET, BALTIMORE BECK, D:EETJEN & HAYEN, lobntto COMMISSIQN MERCHAtn, And lu YQU!'tG '&; DUG.Alf1 brands or cigars. "' BUCKNO-R, McOAMMON & CO., TOBACCO COlDIISSION [1( ll.L DB8CRD"'l''ONI 0.. 1 LEAl' AliD lUJ(Ul' AO'l'URED TOBACXlO, i'l N. Water St. and 18 N. Delaware Avenue, J?HIL.ADELJ?::S::I.A.IE l. C. McC.u...o, A.l. Bvaaroa, lr.1 W Hmr:ay :N_....&\1. Jr UNITED BTATB!l BONDED WAREHOUS:&. Conetgnen can forward theotr Btocka u IN BOMD" wlt.hout prepayi.Dg the Goveroment Tu. Depot: Wllb THIIRIIAIHI, K6'cBI.o. co., LEA.Jf' TOBACCO, lJ8 BOYD, FOUGERAY a: co... ., ,. m,.. T""'D AI H. 1'Kmluun, G w. G=.. 18 Front St., Cincinnati J. G Xnoa:r.n. No. 60 SOUTH GAY STREET LEA:I' AND lloi.A.NUFA.CTUBEL L. w. G UNTBER, w. ;, GLORE & And TOBACCO FACTOR, 1n Nortll'l'lltrd-t.,Phnadeipllta. ... '' .!.' .. J. T. & CO., : {AllES ll. DOYV. ARTHUR R J"'UGJUlA.l:", W'll. C PEASE. United Stateti Bonded Warehon..,, -A.D sUFP, B'R'RE :BAIJriKo:u, KD CONNECTICUT TOBACCO Commissioll Merchants, DIAI,WU Dl LtiP ..'.l'OBACCO. Oil' ISO lr .rr lllrulo Oppoelle llllpeD!'Dil Brldp, CINCil'flUTI. omo. Importen 1114 General Commluon lmllutl, DOHAN & 'l'AITT, and wars B.\J.TIMORE, Md. AND ...... cuon and CoJnmbodon 8ale LEW1B BREMEB'S SONS, T 1.J e l mode 01> o _. +i WhdoiFM&l T obacco CommiSSIOn No. coviNGToN. xv. 1 L E uomesucan ore1gn e 10uacco LouJstGJE-sKE &: co. .. G:. & co. .urn BEGABS ltl N. WaterS&., U811. Delaware .be., wnoLBsALE nBALERS m ST. LOUIS TOBACCO WORKS, No. 122 l'!orth Third Street, &J; a ... d 1:W.taf iltobattO, LEGGAT, HUDSON & CO., '1', 'I' ciVR' (!!! KANUP'ACTURKRS OJ' BVERY GRADB OJ' PHI &.ADELPHIA, PL PHILADELPHIA. .llaL S. & J. MOORE, TOBACOO Commission Merchants_ 107 Borth Water-street, PHILADELPHIA. J. RINALDO SANK & CO., fobaceo and General Com. Merchants, I 17 North Third PlULADELPHIA. Intern'! Revenue Bonded Waretiouse M. E. McDOWELL A CO. (Firot CuUectlon DI.Btrfct -TOBACCO General No, 39 Nor&h Water SU'eet, PHILADELPHIA. Wm. Eise!!lohr & Co., 1 Granby St., Ealtimore. BOSTQli ADV.RRTISBKBITB. t='ISHER .t. to ., Commission Merchants, I 23 CENTRA.L WIUBF, BOsTON. HOJU.OB N. li'DBBll, Jollll N. F18m:B. .., snn, HAV.4.NA .AND YARA -=-... ::::,::::-.L-::.. .... .. :::-.o.:::-8 -:-ov=ul.81'0='"= .. 111. .......... _, PHILADELPHIA. 17. & BQH& BoHed Warehouae No, 1. j 6. JlblllliiiU. Wa K. A'blll!r. J lllllla. F TOBACCO I I 7 South Water StFeet, I'IUI.ADELPBI.l, :fHOMAS iiARE & SON, W El.,u!olu. S. W. Clark. P!tjl. IJon.>. WBOL'I:SJ,LS DXli.BR8 IN .ALL KDlDS o r' 1) o} h' Sc + n i. s Jr" FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC p 8 01.1Wl, nUu, LEAF AND MANUFACTURED T 0 B A C C 0 Manufactured !/!! .SNUFF! SEGARS, ETC.," A. RALPH & co., Ho. 474 and 503 N. Second St., ... PHILADELPHI PHILADELPHIA... I I G Arch ... t., ... for Gall a. A"'' Tobaceo and Snalt ll:ir :Pr}c-, j ljf t. A.. H.. 'l'HEOBA.LD, JI,UI11,40TU&&a OP JiLL K.1.D8 0. SEGA.R.& .&JI.,........ .... BPANIBH AND DOMEBTIO tear snnrr, Me'!!rschaum and Brier Pipes, cor. Third and Poplar 1t1., Philadelphia. SMOKING TOB4CCO, .,9:1() JU .. PHILIDELPHII. teafl Broker & Manufacturen' Agent SOLE AC5NT FOR t BVcbtfiS!II 'I'O.AOOO Woaa., :rQLJI/:{)01 OBIO. J)e;pot, 101 North Water St., riULQBL.BI.A. D. 8. BROWN & 00., Theoe well and 1BTon>bly !mown, are1>ut ap'ln JC, "";'an!H lb. baleo or poucbeo, and ln bulk thus suiting the retailer and jobber. :Manufactured ou!y at lbo ete&m wotka af L. L. Lynchblll"l(, va. .. -"\, t;. .. -'' ...... \ L. L. ARMISTEAD. J. W. CARROLL, Sole M a nu(acturer of the Famous and World leaf. and l'uq aooa., Dl&len ta 8ECAR s_, '.E'OBA.CCO'a.nd SEGAR&, PipeS. and Fancy qOods. 206 North Seoond Street. ; 307 North Third Stieet, B'l'. LOUIII, XO. 11'1'. LOUIII, CH1CAG01AND SOUTBERB ADVERTISEIIEBTS. !E. Loriliard's Western .Branch: G. FOY .IS OQ., MANAOERS1 TOBACCD,,IIUFF G:zoBGB PoT. Jolll< B. bn. 86 &Yuth Water Stf'eet, CHICAGO, IU. ] J I '} '76. TfiB!CCO 1!. C. HURRA.Y, lat4 or Van Hont, M.,..q f' Co. llil.l.h HA801f,la ... oLW&l 4 111Uoa.l.!J. EATT HARTFORD. CONNECTICUT. G. W. GRAVES, Fine Connecticut Seed-Leaf T 0 s ---a C 0 0 t Danbury, Connecticut. No.,. on hand 208 cuet orop 1111d '60. [109-121 LOUlSYILLE KY., U.S. Bonded Tobacco Warehouse No.1. GEO. W. WICKS & CO., llann!acturen' Agenta for Sale Gf Virginia, Missouri, and Kentucky TOBACCO,

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I THE T 0 B A. 0 L E .A. : OUR NEW FIATURE. =="' 1 i I CIP. /It /li-/SnUff./ I JA'@. CLARK .. .................... Cutting :d leaf SI'ENCBR c. LONG .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. l::r e: -=a g 1.:: .: 1l a 1 I 1:-I ffa" I 1l I I I 'fflBR SPE'MI .... .. .. '" .... .. -gttl nor and Dlknnfactnrlng leaf WOLFOLK & GL&NN ......... .... .... gulhog lear 2 ""0 00 !2 o:; 1:2 o:;"' w ... :: .. .. .. lonmercuant Tobace'IO Ji&nUfact:urers' Tax Ret....,S. ""-:; _______ Lb. _'ibo.-Lb_ --------Lb. Lbe._Lbe. ----o A VIOl .. .. .. .. ..... Lea! tonacco commloolon mercbant LOWS J'RANCII:E ............. ... Lea! tobacco eomm111lPear the least penitent for his filthy ."' SUTR.O Cl NBwMAR.K,"' MANUFACl'URUS M 'J, -,1:." acts, and gave no excuse --1s The 'SQ1ltre "gave him 90 day&iti the Peni tentiary1 and it is to be,hoped tll& lesson will prove benen cial to him. What object he could have in besmeal'ing ladf.es' drehe8, we. cl\.nlfpt ADd Dealers in Laaf Tobaq cos, 67 MAIDEN LANE, NEW,YOBK. CIGAR MAIO FACTORY, D. BIRSOB & CO., U'o& W .A.TEB STa.BT,.,NBW YORK, Bel :Proprteten de 1'...,._ lt:r &Jaem Draa .. D11J'IANCK BL lllEl'l08TO, B'f.Al'IDA.RD, GULUVBR. SUCCBSS, LBOAL T.NDtl, LOlfB BT All, QillB ROOSTER. 'I'IIB PKLIOAN, l POWER 0, J'ASJ!IOl'ft'llfG TBm:uld spurt from his eaoh other refreshment .from tob!IOOO j uiC!I half-pint pocket flasks Of >rye. NO OF n:rsTRtCT. ;;; THIRD DI8Tifc' l Knllen1 & Brotp. j JIIBST DI!TIUO'l'. 1 Oann .t; LIUie. .. ...... .. 1 KarlowBroo ........ 8 R B. ColviiiA ....... 5 !Boer, Lakin & Co. .. .. 6 Ebeling, B eck & Pebbler THIRD DI15TBlOT, UH51.8S 69l.CK 184.48 4!111 'lll 18It 1111 s ..... r ..... ...... ll14 ........................ : ... ''WISCONSIN. riBST DISTRICT. 1 Ha&Ne, Berecb.man Bter-oach & C o .......... .. 2 F. F. Adama & Co ... .. .. .. 4 Jobn Herman ..... .. ............. .. 5 L. .r. Robart .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ti C&rpoleo & Block .. 7 C. J. Lec b oter. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 8 Helmbolz & Leidert!dorf .. .. .. 1408'l 10 J Berlowltz (Jnly & Aug )1 ....... '""" .. 11 Husoo & Blenach (Sept.). .. .. .. .. .. .. 283 86311 80 l cons1de r their a uthortt y e ?titl e s t h e m to o pp;ess, and swmdle the mercantile a nd manufacturing commumty T.he y are usually m e n of unparalleled impu who ha. e no c ?r:rect of ?ece ncy of behavior. 6u8 96 h e s by natur e and th1e ve s b y m s tin ct, t hey cla1m fulllicenst'l 1150 o s t o rov e abr o ad and 1o.ffiake hon est m e rcha n ts and manufacrJ : t mer8 the ir prey. Nothing in business is too sacred for these 1561 w men. They c l aim a n ght to o ve r h aul the books of mer chants manufacturers de finite complr.mt being made agamst th e l a t te r and Without any cause for suspicion that th e y d o n ot tra n sact their busm ess honestly, and solely to give trouble, or In the hope that they c an extort money to g e t rid of t h eir odious presence. Some of these men do a misoolla ne ous bu s ine s s They pretend to be acting for the but fl,r e reall y interested for certain p e rs o ns in trade who have the meanness to avail themselves of t he ir pimp in g propensities They. oause trouble aBd inconven1ienc e whereve r they go, and 1 n Spjll6 cas e s have been kn wn to make', an official scrutiny o he .bookS of 1f1ercbants the exc use for making themselves ac quamted w 1 th the names of p erso n s dealing with such in order to appriSe :rivals in the trade of t heir knowleage : .. a.I!d e nabl e th e m if poss i_ble to operate upon the of the house whos e busmess wa s thus most mte rfered with. We do not inte nd the s e rem8.1'lrs ,f.O advo cate the c a u s e of anyr oiie who may unfairly tot l'Illi .. DrBTRICT. deprive the Government of its JUSt dues; but i f we understand ) ..... 1767 86 the revenue l aws they p..roVlde that oertam officers a.p-IG.A.Greenly&co _,.... .. ..... 1749 ... 1389106 pointed und e r thos e laws ope nly known to be such: and 8 Beck & Bro. .. .. .. .. .. .. 559 63 h tb 'ty t t th f h Is T. Green1y. .. .. .... .. .. l6892.lf avmg au on o carry ou e proVISions o t e aots of ........... .... ... .... 380 11200 Congr e ss, sh a ll not only assess and c olle c t the revenues but 1 Oooper & Waltel'll. .., .. .. ..... 196.19 8244" ..... .. .. use thetr influence to d1scover persons who mak e -2 H. ... ..... .. r .. r e turn s and hav e th e m prop erly punished. Th e United 1 A. Ralph & eo .. .. .... .. 7800 7:155" 3489 .74 State s assess o r s and coll ecto rs-in-chief are pub-.. l !OlCTB DIBTBlOT."1 Henry E. Shimp .... .. 39 2 64 hcly by the President, with t he adv i ce and c onsent of the c D emuth .. .. .. .. 663.20 Senate." ;I'hey gav e S!J cut'it y for the faithful performance of I 'nf:B:Ll"TB DI87BICIT. h d 1 ...... ...... ......... ... 262 08 t e1r utte s The y are responsible for the assistants whom :--::: .......... ... they app o int a nd th e l atte r ml.!5t be confirmed by the Revenu!l at Washington, and give security But the det_ectives so called not pub h cly appomted, and their authonty, except where the y choose to .make themselves known, IS gene rally k ept; s ecret. The y are not responsible to the public. We doubt if they are responsible to the col lectors or assessors of d 1stnct, and If are a.pp
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) THOMAS HOYT & CO. Composed ot THoMAS HoYT and JoHN F. FLAGG, No. 404 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK, TOBACCO Arthur Gillender & Co., .. IUII"'DY&Or'V._. OJ t'D SOLACE TOBACCO, 114, 116, 811 111 LIBERTT.STREE!, ..... 111 CEDAlL-STREBT, Gtlleaolor, Napoleon ll J[lllI ......... a =-:_ I I' I'" 1 Jl ll&deoHbene. 'f1UBZISR O. DJmDB.QflfSI Smoking Tobacco, PACKED Ill POCKET POUCHES. Manufacturen of all kinds of FINE-CUT CHEWING AND 159 Ludlow New Yol"k. Depot IIDd taken by H. A. RICHEY, SMOKING TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS. THOMAS CO. Composed of THoMAS .HoYT and JQHN F. FLAGO. SUCCESSORS TO HOYT, FLAGG & CO., 1 5 SlECOND STREET, LOUISVILLE, KY OUR BRAND Fine Cut Chewing, ,lfNNYSIDE, HEART'S DELIGHT, SWEET OWEN, NATIONAL, RE>SE BUD. MRS. G. B. MILLER & CO. '1'9bacco Manufactory, '(ilVK.. B. LA. WRENCE, Pree'Q 9'7> Columbia Street, NEW YORK, IIUVI'AOI'IJUIII 01' OJILD&.t.ftD lin. G. B. lliller & Co. Chewing 111111 BmOkmr the Qnly GeDniDe Ameriou Gentle.. Bnul' i lli'L G. B. Miller & 0o. Kaocaboy _. 8oo&ch ≀ A. H. lllckle I Boaa' Joi'Nt loll lllld Grape Tobaooo i Kra. G. B, lOller a Ot. BeMne l:!mokinr aa Cbewtns To'-IF ..lD ordn Buchanan & Lyall, t.t4 WUf:R-STREET, TOBACCO. NOTICE. 29, 31 4 33 Lorlm.er Street, 130) WILLIAMSBUACH, N.Y. I J. s. GANS & SON, rona ceo naotrsna. I. ( 16 Platt Street. N. : .JOf.iN S't., '.NEW YORK. .t j r 1 1 J IJ D H. M ALPIN & co =LICORICE PASTE.' I 0 ., P, JI.ABJIOBrB lDPBEWS 6 CO., .. BO. 88 W A.LL-iT:&E:ET, uunCTtJBn& o 'l'Bll 83 Jkoa4way, l'rew Yerk, 'T 1 "81.111 )>acco CllU be made useful &II fill .. tor ""pared iib:mo can be worked with ease, burn 'Willte, ull &II weli ao the best !Iller. Send for Circular. BO;&GFEl.IIT & DJI:GtilJllE. 86 08dar ltreet. We it.J110 on hnnd Tobe cc o-CIIttlll!l JbcW... tor hand allll power ;_ Tobacco Sifting Machllles, do.; Tob&cco Crnllheno, ao. -JOHN KEYS & ,:BRO., t Manufacturers of BAJlltmLBe KeyJs1 etc. Also Dea.leJ;B In GKNEIUL !COOPERAGE BTOCI AND lUTERI!L. k'T a 159 Columbia Street, 64, 58, and 60 Sherur screec. Oli'II'UlEo i'J

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