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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.. ; H ;ex .Org.an ,"JA NNUAL '" MEEJ"INC ,.1 1 1 i 1 r ll a 07 'l'lm t I'Hl Natioriat T9baccll lssocratfud 011' TB1I: 'H 11 11'11 I UNJTED STATES, ) in the l V I [.N U, Pi
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I LET Us HA.vl': PEA.CE.-We are tired of 1eading the controvPrsies of the rhal tobacco mnt kefs. Let .._.Jaay._ peace. I [ TuB RICBKOND C0NVENTION.7 W our friends in .Usections are makmg rea q y for Rwbn:ymd eotion. Give the t1ade a cbl!J).Ce to w Southern hospitality. TOBAQCO LEAF DOKlC8'l'IC RECEIPT!!. bbds West Virginia leaf at $'1 to 8.20, 9 bxs Ohio THB TOBACCO IIABDT Spring it must be out of t.be way before it comes in The arrivals at the port of New York from seed leaf fillers and fine wrappers at $'1.50 to 34.25. compeiition with new and cheaper goods. The bfyers interior and coastwise ports, for the week endmg Nov Casey, Wayne & Co. sold 19 -bhds Mason and 1 -IIIESTJC. black work at I2o to l6c, and eve11 o':"er ember Is were 521 hhds 20 tcs 6!-tes, 27 -1 tcs, 616 Bracken counties leaf, lugs and trash at $5 to 16 .50. NEW YORK, N'ov. liS.. J iigures who recently llmnsed tbemsebes by beanng bales 1 a75 CB 12 b:n '552 i bxs, 1,650 i bxs, 15 Phister & Bro. sold 13 bhds as follows 13 hhds Engljsh market wjth this kind of stuff, are. no_w, -we bxs, Lo2 t gxs '39 'kf'!gs, 75 bxs snuff, 16 os cigars, 7 do Mason and Bracken counties frozen to medium leaf at !Western Leaf-The utrao;dinary estiml't'ee of their to Cuba, to 41b:t>is ligiJters coqsigned fbllows: _.. $6.41i to 14 7 fl. new rJm._pu\f'\rt in 'the annual statement of)b' ms-tbat iai$Ud. \It it-isswe't and d'Qes-Dot. rag, 1>1 the Erie Railfo'd; Norton 8langbter & qo:, 16 Summary offeriogs, I39 bbds, 9 bxs; Rejections, 19 i)le lrith very low sales in 'New Or tllt11-61ass of gOO'ds is'--iilid to be tllere. hhds; E. Unkirk & Co., 26 do; Barclay & Livingsto?, hhds; sales 120 bbde, 9 b:x:s; receipts, 37 hbds, 18 bxs leans to the Italtan contractor, gave our own a It ie to be hoped that it will all go to Cuba, If must 4!l do. S M Parker & Co. g do C. B. Fallenstem country. ---f chill early iru.he week from which it bae not yft entlre go anywhere rather than to Liverpool and Lon 0 to & Son' 15 E. M 10 'do; Pollard, Pettus This bas been the lightest week w-e have had for a The from tobacco in the Sixth District 0 ly recovered. Factq;.. however, declineq break down ihe prices of really good .. As & Co '26 do 'J K Smith & Son, i do; P J_,orillard time in receipts and sales, and prices have varied Kentuckr during the month of Octob&r, were as fol the example otf.bE>ir neig hours, and only m gards bright tobacco tile supply ofmMmm bngh: 11 & Co., 29 Heili & Messenger, 2 do; A. H. Car very little; so that we cannot change our quotations. bwf!: $Z,383 50 i plug tobacco,. *26 807 04; a few instances of closing out remnants is an change ta.ir,_hut..a. great exiatL ne. dozo &, Co 1' do. E M. Crawford & Co., 14 do 1 Heab Bright str1pping lugs from $10 to I3 and 13 50, are, if amoking tobacco, $426. i n values noticeable. The weelr.'s sales amount to 62'1 Still the marlfiit is in so pecuhar a condJtJon as tf re.n:er by & Co. I do; G. L. Cary, 4 do; D. C. Smith, Agt., anything, selling better than they did. The market is 1 hhds, of which 463 hhds were for export, the remainder it llD&afe to consign here any large amount 0 eit er 11 do. firm, and stocks in first bands are exceedmgly small. a nEB BY MNUF.ACTUREBS IN roB FIRSr DISTRICT OF 1 f 1 d 0 1 h & C A 870 H were most y to manu acturers. sty e. 1 d 582 kgs By the HadRon River Railroa : e nc s o., LOUISVILLE, N OVEJIBEB 9.-We report as fdllowa: Omo FROM J A.NUA.RY lst TO OCTOBER lst, I -;enry The following is a comparison of the sales of hhds The exports durmg the week me 0 e p 32 bbds J. D. Kielly, Jr, 9 do; Pollard, Pettus & Co., The market has been quiet and prices have been w1th -...,.er, boxel', 18,506 George. Pelstnng, do. ( 7 655 I""-) f t t red tebacco Q 1 s 88 for each-week 7 ""' o manu ac 0 3 do out much change. The imports have been 214 hhds tl9,604; Schmidt & Co-;_, "Cifaroo-a plpes, l&t. w r id Week lld Week. ,li We_e)< Smoking.The dealers report 'an active By Camderi and Amboy Railroad w H Go?d 1071 boxes, and the exports were396 hbde, 20!l. "'-GBS.-It is estimated that n. fteen. hundred JLili: : I68 268 : 739 caused cbie:tly by an abundance .of Western orders tile win & Co., 6 hhds, March, Price & Co., 26 do: Th1erboxes The sales were 343 hbds against 249 hhds "'' ll h t Feby. 302 545 183 393 1423 city demand is dull. The smokmg trade are natura Y man Kuchler & Co., 32 pe:s with I '1 rejection of bids corresponding week last year. aillions of cigars are consumed annua y 10 t 18 couf ;r March 62 If(){ Ts53 429 206'1 better sat1sficd with the present aspect ohhe tues-, By the National line A D. Chocld e r & 5 On Thursday, the Ninthtreet house sold 26 hhds; 1 ; Aprl t JtO: D 1 'if, 895 tion than the dealers in Cavendish. They wou t hbds C. B Fallenstein & Son, 16 do; R. Maltland 14 bhds Henry, and H a ncock counties lugs, at L--, d_o; Hart county, l lugs at 16 20, 2 bright wrapper at ToE FALL F -The State Leaf.T1e heal market bas been more ac JiJxchange, bas been.. steady g I W eker & Borgen, 1 do 1 W m. Shean, 2. do; S Dwkm IU 7 50 and 30 The Louts ville house 23 hhds: 5 Jairs have been made the occasiOn for the exhlbitl.on of tive since WjlJ last wrote, and manufactnrers who ha e more at 60 da 8 on London lOSt' son & SQJl, 1 do; M., Md}regory, I do, G. W. Kess hhds Graves, Monroe an? Todd counties C?mmon aome very fine leaf and manufactu!edi tobacco thts au had orders at Rtchmond, frightened by the recent We., quote : fc)r banl:e rs1, o. at I do; Taylor, Graham & Co., I do; J. H Sanders, at $6 SO to 8; 8 Ob10 and coont1es lea f and -.uno. Georgia, too, bas hel.d and there also den advance th re-fo 'i\11Jic they t.heloselves were 'o lOSt ?r cotfimere A t er 5 22-!@5 16-!. Swiss 41 bbls lighters. lugs at *5 90 to 7 SO; 3 bbds Indiana lugs and led' at been a large exhibition ,at, ii'n tl whtph toa. certain extent responsible-ave recall ed, them and short slght, }5 w @Ks}; Amsterda'm, 4of By: the N p w Y9rll:1and"New Haven hoe: $6 80 to 7; 2 bbds Henry county ne lugs and com-bac:co was shown. r are supplying the1r necessities from the dealers here. ;L .. kfl 40aJ.4It iBremen 78i@79 e 1Prus & Bon, 108 C!\; Oatman I ,6:J 1 Wm. M mon leaf at *6 to 8; 4 hhds Butter. Cumberland, Allen, The recent, course of events in the Virginia leaf market Fan ort; 1f Price & Co., 1 do; M WesthPtm & Co, 36 do; Eg and Carroll counties lugs at $4 75 to 8.30, I bud fac 6w ILLITw:RA.-n: AsPIRA1tiT>=>'llbe Clark8J!ille (Tenn. ) seems to have eo somewhat as follows As soon as 81elJ' 'll@'ll.-i. '' ,"' A b1 uto chan 'e. gert, ptlls me OVr nsent us a. Circular to be the new crop coulq be \lured SJ:\ffioiently.,it was rushed on Frmghts are qmet, and rates are w1 0 1 g M. A Levin, 16 ilo 1 Palmer & ScoVJlle, 5 do 5 hbds Metcalfe and U DIOD count1esleaf at $7.40 to .aistributed announcing him as for c:Jn the" breaks'' and as.he demand f.or it was naturally Tbil engageml'ntswe're as fol>w'd: To By the New York and Pbiladelphb Express Pro 8.50; 11 hhds Metcalfe, Trigg and Union counties lugs for the State at large. 'ilie spelled 'ri'clba 0 limited at the close o f the season wbep most of the fac sail, 5p hbds at .32s. 6d, ; to 00 0 \ 'hbd t peller Line S Jacoby & Uo. 7 Sprotto & Gelderat *5 40 to '11 2 hhds Henry and Daviess cOJmtles new one 'c' we didn't think he oughUO' go to tories were closing prices broke beforethis large influx 6f at 2711. 6 c l.; to An twerp, jer saJO t B s a man 2 do cigars; Moore, Jenkins & Co., 25 boxes l e af at t'l' 80 and 8 40 ; 5 hhds Henry county new lngs 1IJIPili!S and hE>ld on to them." t new Jeaf .and a decline was establisbea. 45s. and per steamer, lOQ s at 4 t JHen, snuff ; J. L Adams & Co., 25 do; G. B. W1lson, 25 do at $6 to '110, I hbd Daviess county old lugs :-.t $6; 3 The th1s reduction set some ofi our manufactur p e r steamer 300 hhds at 30 8 at 35 /' By the Old Dominion Line Herman Koop & Co ,22 hhds Trigg and Webster ,eos. common leaf at $'1.20 to 'r Commissioner ers 9ere on the quz vwe and large 01ders were hurried bmgh, per steamer 100 hhds lrgt.oJa, at 8 blids; Robert Tannahill, 10 hhds, Thomas & 8.60 On Friday the Pi<:kett house s<>ld 21 hhds: -:Dauer has consolldated the diviSIOns of law, abate; down to to be' filleet sold I2 hhd's; 1 1lawyere ,and competent SVJCe. fall had been. Thull the old story told ?ver again, =. .:.:: .. : .. :: 8 ... il @1115 & B;o, 2 cs, A S.' Rosenbaum & Co 5 do; R. S. hhd Henry lugs $5.40; 11 hbds' Hancock, and like causes produced hke effepts. It IS strange Selection ....... IW"S}i 30 @!50 Bowne & Co., 10 do; M. M. 9 do; E Hen Barren and Dav1ess counties leaf at *6 50 to 12. The '4 1 r---r-'1 f s b F k that our man ufacturers will' persist in running afterleaf .... 1g @W Navy, 4'sand 6' @86@66 16 do; () D. Sehm1dt, 10 do; E. DuB01s, 16 do ; Early Boone bouse sold 5 bhds; 2 hhds county, I com BLEACHING ToBA.CCO-Hugh Mea,-na 0 out or tbbacco when they have only to wa1t to see it come Heavyteaf1 8 0 9 ... as @88 & Lane, 2 do; ,H M.J.Jorris, 2 do, C W Newman, I moo lugs at $6 90, 1 common leaf at 67.90; 2 hbds __. Ky., has p!!.tented an inventi o n wbicb relatesf ,to to them' Th1 s year. espeCially, with so large a crop .. .. .. do; Wallace, JoneQ & Uo, l do; S. F He1ss 5 do, Breckenridge county, 1 common lugs at $6.30; I com a 11ew and improved process \!1" treat 0 .to the1 e could be no danger attendant. upon a .. :: :: .. and Ready ill L Ginter, 27 do, E Langenbach, & Co 6 do; N. L moo leaf at a9; 1 factory lo)V lugs at $5 '10, 1 box for and conl!lsts 10 ti.rst, d elay in Mter the V1rgm1a manufacturers Pine ... .. ..... 21 @SCI McCroody, 7'1 do, J. 0 Evans & Uo, 20 do, I 52 t bxs, Green county bnght leaf at 116 75. The Farmers' 1 Ae tobacco unt1l ; scc;.nd,. 1 have supplied themselves there will be a large l!urplus .. FU>e .... .. ... liS = Martin & Johnson, 14 do, 5 do, W P Kettredg<', & house sold 6 bhds; I hhd Barren county low leaf at &iftt room, and, tbJ;d, It 1 ener for the tralle elsewhere This surplus naturally comes luge .. ).S Co 299 do, 2'16 i bxa; J H Thompson, 34 do, 28 do, *'1; I hhd Muhlenburg county frosted lugs at 14.50; 2 wllile damp to tbe su K tbg said here as to the nearest distnoutiog point, and it is for .. .' ... ... ::: = 1: 11 ibxs; H A. Ricbey., 36 do, 65 do, 50 do, Dohan, hhds Warren county lugs and leaf at *10 .25 .-&eel in any wa.y an admJ e ,0 e our large manufacturers to whether they =".'.' :::::. ::: :: ti"' 'Commoo :: 16 3: Carroll & Co., 66 de, 659 do, 69 t bxs; R. E and $6.30 I hhd OweR county common leaf at $'1 50; ...,... .. r a;llow th1s :tlow to take. place and peru.ut lleleetloue .. .. 1l" f=1n'::" ........ @i4 1 ltox; Patterson & Lynn, 2 do; W 0 .Sm1th, IO t I bhd Owen county cutting leaf at *19.50. Tht. LouiS ... here to be regulated by the pr1ces m 6}(@ 8 /liflu .. ... Ct1 bxs; March, Price & Co., 515 do, 33 t bxs; R. W. ville house sold 17 bhds 2 hhd11 Butler county lugs -v'IRGUHA. STATE FAIRfind the mond, when that 'market Is unexcited by feveru i h ........ ii 7'ulfle ... :: 18 E Cameron & Co., 9I bxs G: w. Lawrence, 39 kegs; and common at 16 .10, 6.Io ; 5 hhds Graves county iii tbe.report of tbe Committee on PremPH M est speculation or''whether by sending thetr orders BeavyShlpl!fLea! 12 Oi: .. -W. & B. Seaman, '1 cs hconee; Boston.-G W Ab lugs at $4.30, 4.40, 6 6 6.IO; 2 hbds Henry county,/ .. :tiu!)oy Wl'f.pper growth of to Virjpnia1 they wrll defeat tlieir own by M [:X, ... ..... 18 CiS bott, & Co, 9 68 40 t 15 ibn Teqnessee, new leaf at 16.80, 6.30; I hbd Oh10 county A Bro. Best of t;;fo a fictit1ous scarcity and thus become a1aitist Ohio -ln'or 1 g 8::'mon .... .. ; :: Coastwise from Baltimore: F. A. Goetze & Bro., 9 new leaf at $6,40; 2 bbds Henry county new lugs and eral home Q2!J8Jmlption, premlU.m T. C: 1 Jams 1 themselves, It m ,ay be stated as an ax1om 1n tobac fl"..ifu':.. .... rect'".' 8}( Vf:j.-!)omeotlc hhds; Their men, Kuchler & Co., IS pga, M. Falk, 19 leaf at $4.65, 6; 2 hhds Todd county common leaf at 'l'be m the soc ety 8 co commerce that no large manufacturer c!'n go any 8jg to oo 0'111 od do. $6 30, 6.45: 1 hhd Spencer county, Indiana, new leaf ...ttention to a beautdiil cue of vanous stY,les manu leaf market and buy at tbe rates ruhng JUSt prwr to to com 3 C pof". : gg G gg Coastwise from Phdadelph1a: We1l & Co., 200 bales; at $6.80, 2 hbds Ballard county low leaf at $8.60, 8.90. betured tobacco noL offered for a premiUm, ut put his appearance. The buyers naturally reiard h1m as an !!o'::i collllll01l......... :}(1 l' s..:'.! A. Gonzalee, 4I6 do. The Planters' house sold 5 bhds ; 1 bhd Indiana trash l1llpKI ex.btbition by Messrs. P. H ,.V:ayo r antagonist a811houldLlie succeed in his aeeigna the boaGood do .. I1X d.; "4Cj gg Uoast}Vise from New Orleans: Order, 31 hhds; for at a4. 95 ; I hhd Indiana low leaf at 17.40 ; 1 bhd old -ia recommended that honorablem.a e 0 mesa of supply;ing him while he at a distance 10 @18 Oht!' do do do 17 oo oo Bremen, 44 do. leaf at .7.60; I hhd Hart county at tS.05; 1 hhd _.me, or, wbtlt wou.ld be bett';r, a a ;warded would be taken out of their hands. They, therefore, Fancy ... 'k;' ........ e fg oo Clll oo Coastwise from lndiaoola: Woodhouse, South mayo Hart county low leaf at $7.10. M tire truly dese'rves lt. F T il bend eve 'ry energy to up the price at aa new : .. : .. G @ii \8 ::8 ::8 & Rudd, '1 pgs; Murray ,Ferris & Co., H3 de. On Saturday the Pickett house iold 16 hhds: 8 h.hds m of ,otrered by the Southern ertJ Zl']f omp 'high.,. figure as be woufa have to pay 1f' Sn'fl'.-llllccoboJ .. .-111 90 BALTIMORE, NovlDIBER I2.-Messrs. U. Loose & Grayson co., 4 leaf at $7 .20 to 10.50; 4 lugs at 15.16 ior shipping t9baoco, was MM through ttie dealers. Th11i is u natural aut 111 meVJt-Wrap ... : naE", :':" plalli.: = = 1 Co commiASion mere banta and dealers in leaf tobacco, to 6.40 ; 1 hhd Metcalfe county frozen at 14 ; 3 hbds 101\18. fine yellow -o, a eJ:, I and we do not see how our New York and .Brook ..... : ..... "'." 18 Iii Bcotch &.LuD<11foot -811 :g re Tayl-or, Marion, and Breckenndge counties logs at 84.by w. L. Co.. I I ly:n manufacturers can bring about ai:Jy other result. Jt Nw Yor: SNdIAG(.-85 01111 Geiiuem....= = 1 00 the past week verj' light, and !ales 85 to 6.90; 1 hbd Taylor county leaf at 18.30 ; 1 hlid --is good judges that much II' oney was lost A..=n.wq, : .::. ".' ii rrla" '. neceBBarily restricted for Marylan.70; 3 bhds Logan county common leaf at f6.10 to -to iifteen.g The Springtleld. RtJCord says, no less than 50e. was through. the at:Jpearance lliere.of do : !:.11:1 ... ::: ... 153 bhds Ohio\ 2 bh'ds Virginia, I66 h.bds 6.60. Ninth house solrl 10 bhds: 4 Bar;en ::iit\een have been destroyed m cd common, IS to 7 \ county, J. common logs at 1 common leaf' at eoo:d importance of small t1ght barns, turers can bepefllntded to let the Wfotkef .. .. :.l.. ao 086 J ui:: gft!enll!li and htown, 1 'to)D,. medium to fine .'16, On Monday the Pickett house sola 13 hhds j 5 writh tines for ,1 wbett tille may Any 'attempt bull or Lea !t, wtll al 1 t IKPORTB ., \ '' gled to'yello'f, 15 t.o '15. to good hhds :Ballard coonty,2 leaf at .50, 10, 4. old leaf at in a larger bam. seriled Jn eunng !"aye result nnfottunately. ;leaf tneit: -cnci:gle81 oot to the success tllis fe&'t's narve8uog-the following 1,8 as Uette: & Keller, 4 cs l1conce, '25 bls hcor1ce board, not cleared. . . . . . 5, 71 e at ,8.30; 6 Ind1ana lugs and !eat at $6 to 7.20. dt.e Germans J in the present war JB rather a feather cotreci as it can now be made, Connectu:ut and Masroot. Inspected this week .................. . .. 168 The Farmers house sold 7 hhds. 5 hhds Barren conn .a... cap. Theso misguided men seem to all,OOO <;a. Hamburg: Th. H. & Son, 243 bls. previous ly : .. : ..... r .. 39,516 ty common leaf and lugB at t6.2P to 7.20; 2 hhas 'e"7.t tobacce; who in little of 2fl,QOO,cs; N e'Y ork, 8,000 5,000 ? 0. V. Herweden, I. cs 'lligars : .I. H. ....__ Henry county lugs. and leaf at 15.60 to 8.50. On .4.1.-or four tJ ;ot posseswon and a few thonsanp. in othe r localipes. Co._ 35'lbxs pipes; [E.r J.Ieti, 86 dQ. "'' rr Totl ....... ...... ............ 45,402 !he tomsvllle hou.se sold 12 hhds: 3 hhds towns invanably carry f!1-0Uths. will lin d ,its 'Way .market, St Domingo: 342 ceroons; Emil Exported BiBee Jan. i, Maryland and 1 at $5.20 to 6.80; 7 hhds lnd1an a lugs and leaf at to of t.owo is directed to fin,d. cigars for appeatances, l bnng G.'W. 8SIHiOi'-8. ds cigars; Robert E.o:Kellf ? ar e ovn $5.DOJ 1 bM 'Green eountyloomm?n luge at 16.55; 1 H,...." f 1 1 1 7 be a. u .. ., 16.L. 100 cs tq J5Tf11D call 3913 '&i Go '120 do '1 d_o Schroeder -&t&n, BOSTON1 N OYEBB.,12 .,..,..We report hhd Green co11nty common le"f iO. The Niiith-:Ji.r' lfOUkd. 0 Itt e avll!' q!IP w,e { !\ r. ,1 r I !'T\e Ba"rrv & Ulipg 71 dn ."P". H. Thomas J3rgther, as follows: The demand forfboth leaf and 'nlanufiiC,' str,ect 10 hhds : l'bhd lugsat $5,05; 4 thi!l, when we renect the quantlt:J ot v tJ Jor ... u', .,r )J .,. r .,k 'l"Iti 37 d d be d W J f '1 0 1 f ts I 10 2fl Th 'sir .;.e ,Me called upon to 1 'ip .wor},4 is The fvll\)wing is a comparison of tlte sales of cases for 58 !}o (), W. !lo ; Park r.: 1 oruj : 1 r.1o; ture en &tea y. e IJ.DOte : ea at $7 to .6 ; 5 .,.11 ell at 0 t.o e '17 t lJ .. l.i! an:thet baooo' h 'ekdurin tHe ear'' J ,m.JI. Leaf. V L 6_l to 7! hbd H t 1 $5 SO l bhd H d r'8 'c::n'...;.ftlie ere, geta no for 1ts Jail 1 f' u r so Ohio fillers st to 10; I6to35! 4Meiter 1 opon a 'n1Jte for.4:1,600. Tb8 anewer avera tbat J 1.r 1!621 '"H' r 456 f : 1 r .f.rom th!l po -rl t r tbe \r{eek enlingpNovem'ber runntpg to 18; fillers 8-f to IO, a bhds connty leat.at $7 to 8,70. ?;'Be 4llileropb was iVeiJlto Uu! plaintift' for his llare Of'tbe 173. 769 rc,939/ 300 2312 1t)ian 0 1 n wrappers 16 to '18; runmng lots 15 to 85; Man-qfacP1ckett Ia bhds: I hhda Ballard coumy aQt:l. 8 uptegu be "900 1 ,. 78S ooo 5089'\. 8 Dwere hWto.,o lb, hd $338 5587 lbli manufactured, in boqd,brigllt -,vqr,k: C>Wmon and leaf at tp 11.50; 1 hhci Ballari county luge at _. 4ilct 1b 1 l 1 re orte; oftbe Tobacco -inites; Crittenden, Hopkins & COl, Galdwell COIUlty, at tUO :.:t .-nUl .wei\! aa.;I then claim to hold been done to tqe tttr..del on the dw.mcti?D made 1? Havana a \ sse to 11. f I t N rflatltifac\tii'ed : r I ,leaf 3 rat 5 50 to 5 95' .I 1 at eo to 6 95 ; a.t 17 70 lugs at 14.70 i r l ?hd Metc;a1te coupty lvaf at l8.5o; '2d Wallaue, 10, between tbe an 1!legJtl. busJ.Mamifactured.-There were. some toe V eW'. la. 3 b.U:s :40;. so:Obs.manufactured, ;t276 to 7 65; ll at $8 to s 05; 2 at 19 10 to 9 80; 3 at IIO '2 hbds cqunty low lugs at $5.85, 6.90 and lilollf obligation to aad m the busmeas lUelf. e-xporters for tens last weE'k and several lotB sot enezue 25 to 11 5?. 2 at $13 75 IS at *14 tQ I4 50 1ll. $15 25 I hbd Davtess county low log11 at 84.95; 1 bbd Henry Wbi'le the part.y t.rngrel!f!ing tbe Ja.w cbeokeil Black quarters w e re also m dellUl:od, !Bnd we ,note 1 n 1J 1 -cs 0 Cifbrs, Iiili f t ed ts 209 "111 1 'I 91 to 15 pO? 11 phds Robe1 tson county trash and lugs at county Low lugs at 14.50. The PICkett house SQld lZ at any stage ot the tlon&.actwn or lllaelf tlie Improved g-ood be u 1 .tliEq: ending. J 5 : $ 5 35 to 9 90, 9 hbdl! Harn!IOo county tl'ksh f lugs and hhds: 3 hhds common strips at 812, 12, 12; 3 bhds law i11 not interested tq gtve the profits. to .ethers who firm e r t)lan 1 t has been tor some t1me past. Th111 IS To ur ope P 8 b 1 1 1 ( at $ 5 15 to 14 25. Ballard count y lfaf -7, to I 0 .75 ; 2 hhds Ballard may be e qually implicated l does !t to en c ouraging, and we trust that tbe English ?hculars Bremen: 819 !' r c Bodman & Co. sold 34 hhd s 9 boxes as fo11ows: county lugs at $6.40, 6 10; 1 hbd Henry county new fol l ow uwpe1'tv wb1cb has been the result of .accom which are now due will rep?rt a _favorable condJ ? 32 hhcls Mason and Bracken count1es f10zen to lugs at $5 1 hhd Grayson lugs at $6.20; 1 plislte d n rmsac tions Th-e is pdnishabll?, and tion of tlnngs on the other 111de. 'I here IS no cause, as w e hhds, 100 s. fine leaf, 2 at IS 40 to 6, 3 at $7 75 to 8. 7li; 4e at $9.110 hhd county, Ind1ana, new lugs at $ 4 80 ; may be held acc o untable t? any mjure party, Ol' to have already frequently shown, for t he slaught e rm g o f IIam lll g 1 b 0 t 10.50; 3 at *11 to 11 75, 2 at 3n2 50 to I2. 75; 3 at 1 hhd Oh10 county leaf at $11. t.he Gov e rnment But a person s'hall not .be l old stock. The amount of manufactured t obacco o Ltvet p o o l !s oxes. to 13.25, 3 at $14.75; 4 at 115 to !5. 75; 3 at The Ninth house sold '1 hbds: 6 hhds ffallcock ,lowed to appropr1ate the proJ?&I'tY to his OWD !)and, as compared with former years, JB very small, and Londoo 68 bh" s 25 $ 16 75 3 attl7.2&. to. 18.75 at t2l. 75 tQ. 22.25; 2 county leaf liJr> o to 8.90 ; 1 hhd Warred ouunty lugs -DBe because the plamtdf 1t by an illegal trade, or 1 if there is any business at all done between now Opotto: 22_ s.. il?tlt.aud, Dew11rrer ;

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, 4 THE. T 0 B .ACCC 0 L E .A F. lill'eft'rBBS J AND JOBBERS 01!' ALL KINDS 01!' I : No. 1'10 ;ater Str,eet, New Y,ork. J P.. ALLEN,' s 'MOKING TOBAtCO MANUFACTURER, t I '144G" & .:'l4.iS.FRANXLIN STQET, :RICindOND, VA. 1 'i :aEGISTE&EDFA.CTAJKY Ito. 14, ( J. ct ,! (I urere j 1 '1 '26' WEST BROADW "t, liEW YO.RK. 1 'L' .... . .. rr .. l J I: r l "',. t .... ..d .Piast Second .Street,_; l Jo .. T. 910'1,, W&1t. :{Qr,:'Me,, .. ._ : 1/; Right Germano, Yrgtma Cu lJavendJsh. 8!lCIBI Brands rc order ( d r l J.?ealers w:tlo gdsirh t6 controdheir own Brands'.' 1 iin1,' N e:W!'r,'y or1r: 65 W arreri J, f I I o <..J .. -:-r ') -; oc' nt 1 .... I ., [ J 1 r -r 1 I o '1:/!. .. :, EfEB'RiiEf:CUPftt; if i q I ,' u hr' J.. 'I I! .> '-lr riJI 1 t 1 G AlsO, of otet Fa.ooy xmikinn .U.,k; and Out Smoking '11obilc00s; y t {' h'( I f a I I J' J 'H l r ,-:::::.:-_.,_, ., .r.....,!'. ;s, W, ()arroll LONB S&(JK,. Tobacco. ,... .. c -6ll(llY ... 1 Commlsalon Kercbant tor the B&JelotJ ,., TOBACCO, AND OTHER fPBODUCE, ..1r /18 Wate,. St-reet (P, X-".JY YQBE. ,,, J '-"' ) I No. 90 :Seekman Street, .,.. ...... JIE,V YPRK. i 34 Bunll-iSTR.EET, NEw You I' I .. h or:. ( 1 I .I ' KREIIELBERG & CO., Kll'W-YOR.K, fUD t. F : L. BRAUNS & CO., .BAI.TIIIOB.B, 1 Tobacco., CDDllfiis!ior Jerehmts. S....eral branrll of LJeorlee PaCe d-1 '-4m. OO!llltantly on li"''d, &nd ''" at.le, In band or dul i.Jllvts to suit l V -I t. (1 &.t:U.i :J If r .-. ll' -'" ... 'f r 7 .... (1 ISA.il.c BEAD,.' ,, tp ,. C9J!lmission AND DALER IN VIIGIN.IA & WESTERN LEA" AJ(D 1 TobaooO, Licorice, Gum; NolO I PEARL s$EET, N. y, -- "I -.,---___:___.:.:__ W r .. (Late CONN OLY & Cu. &nd COm; :n. cl. B :r-:n. oh, W. AL.EX. BASS. & CO.., Commission Merchants and Brokers IN LEAF A..'ID MANUFACTURED ..r .OBAOOO,. !_300 Cary Street, Richmond, Va. Ottinger & Broth KENTUVKY Lollf. 119 PEARL STREET, :NEW YORK.' E. & G. FRIEND & CO., DEA.LmlSIN Leaf Tobacco, r l 129 MAIDEN LANE, hW..lBD FRIBlUJ, Gus. FRn:ND, -NEW YORK ED ... ARDJ!'RU:I
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.; .. I THE PLUG OR MANUFACTURE l3 g iTSlAH 1 ol!c.t!Jt/unur ui ,,fd 'tt)[ !l'l"lP.n .. )ntrto'r Js .. JiJ?:> r ,,. J .-f'1G'fiC{U Im bltfr ar urto ls, ,.I I <' 1-4 lb. Drums, 1-4 lb. Bags. 1 lb. BaD's, 1-2 lb. Bags, J.. ( .,. J-10'1' I oz. umucl t'or J.ledlum and Bri1Jiat Girl, Nectar af, Pride of Virginia, Belle of the East, Golden I Charm, Butterfly,-SotithEU:D. Bea.uty, ReseLye, The Rivals, Bloade Belle, Choice Oronoka. and otbel'l!, e r f' a nts.. v tomp&rlog ..-t ravoi'abJr with other Compenleo, Mpeelally ha -f"-\J I __ oft'ered_ in i\s Polley oi'I..Surance. Insurance on the PARTICIPATION PLAN, or In the" Old J'aobioned Way, : the IDOIItior&bl. fC!!!. H.--dl for Extra GriUJe Dark Goodi!i.-Sailors' Delight, Forest King, Sailot!!' Favorite, King of the West, Our Choice, allll others. Pollclee not Participating in the Proftta, have all benellt of the e:r:lra ucurltv ot the 8cJup FUND. Brandl .t'or Flrlt Grade Dark.,Bucknor, Orange Girl, M echa nics Delight, Our Own, Century, Salad for the Solitary, Luscious Ji.uxury, Little Sunshade, Beauty, Century, Mag nolia, Robiason 'a 'Oronoka, and others. nr-dl Fo.r St>CODd and 'I'hlrd Gradeti.-Catawba, !..ouave, 2elight or Uni verse Choice, Triumph, Isabell a, Dew Drop, Jubilee, Neptune, and many The Prompt and Liberal adjustment of Loeeee, when .. Fair and Square," Ia the apeclal&y lif"'-Jhlll Standard Brands of Virgi.D.ia and Korth Carolina HENRY :1!'. ERRJUCAN, ... ,. ASHER TAYLOR, I:"r'' r others. I The above goods are put up ihe-fuli!J'!"ing sizes and called as indicated; to avoid error and conf1W!Ion, parties will please specify clearlnoed.' P. LORILL,A D fc. ew York. MA '(J bE DI:J'OB'l'&K k o Havana Segars and Virginia H'& t lba. Olive, i lbs. Virgillws Own Pocliik & Thomllfl' Choice Che Haw, Fig's. Rose Twist, 6 inch.! J. M. Walker's Bxt.m Bright 'fwls\ U inch. La Fayorita Rolls 6 inch. Clias.HC{l]Y, Jr., llhlab,DCb* u "" bald f2 inch lb8. .. ., "EUREKA" TOBACCO PIPE. }'&tented Apdi!S\h, 1870. S This novel and is claimed to be tlle 1 ole L'l'f."'PO'I"ter ofthe ..4. :tfo. 1 Seynrs. most perfect dovice for smoking l oose tobacco ever offered to-tile J68 _STAt:,E .. STREET, public. Jly t!le simple arrangnmen 'mown, tbe saliva, insfeaci or ......, F 1 8 ) rull,lling into tbe bowl, weuini the lllld follling tho whole pipe, is carried t ltroug!Lthe under tuba into ballo chamg '.'Toll t.;; yn-AN Deco F cJORI, ber undertho while the sm6ke, Ellltirely denicotized, Pl)l!l!e8 0 Mil U ft ft dry and cljlQn t]).raught.he upMr stacc is kept dry, pqd .ftacijly cons1JIIle4 to )lie rdt nrilele,. while the great Nos. 70 and 72 Broad Street, objectiOn to the common pipe-that of the nicotine dra'?iltg &&ell: Y'O::E'l.:IS:. in to the mouth-is entirely obvi"lt.ed. Jt diffen-in this respect from nlJ ot!J.o r pipes and mnst commen a itself at a glance to all B. W.. ROBINSON & St>-.N, 18.2184 & GreeJCJ.tciclt Street, New York. G-110. w a&LMB. & HEl:!ME Liberal B. L. 6.6.8BBR'r REID, 8oJe Aaenlll !or'Genuine Firat Qullt7 DtTRHAlt SMOKING TO:BACCO, CL\OVER LEAF, 41JST FOB. L'UC][, SCOW CLUB, No. 53 Cottlandt Street, New York. l-4lb. Bags. .. ComussmN IIERCHA.NTs Jlb. Ban .. Leaf Tobacco; No. I GO Water Street, lllew York. lib. YOLCER & -HUNEKEN, Also of the well-known of Cigars La Carolina,'' 150 WATER STREET, l'o.172 1\Tew York. ........... ., &eaara, .... ...,.._ ., .... Jlealen Ia PIPliC8 T iiD. F' ':J'OD.t..CCO, 166 ,..,., BtrM, Yorlt, 8. 0. B'IJliiiKD. -__.......__ FELIX MIRAN'DA, llD'ORTER 01!' NE_ W A. S. ROSEXBAUM&CO., (lOlllliii .. IOif ,.D __ adlobatt.r, HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO. DOIE&TICLIAJ AND OJ! TBK BRAND OJ!' 162 W&ter-m..t. lrewYorlL "B.l'l'ICA," 1._95 Pearl Street. NEW YORK. B. LIBINGTOH 6 SONS, ..--lllaDllla Se.a:.a ND CHUOOT8, v H.A.VANA DOMESTIC lliLII&ftnlo. A JJDi,_ D. & A. BENRIMO, UD llt _,. C1> LBAF TOJI,&.COO, f-< I l, LE.A.:F TOBACCO. }.. .. No, 42 t:OO.RTLANDT ST., "LA NEW 'JE'QRIC.. -.l. 0. : L f T b 0 TOBACCO AND COQISSION e& Q 166 Watar-Sreet. NEW-YORK. -'-. -183 PEARL STREET, lffiW YOR l Oe-IF All DEICRIPTIOIS, :,..a a ", .fi 3: a .1 J B: D I H '' in qnantltleo to salt, by db a I e -'f 'I t.. ------------.. v JH t nln t ,l;tl .. I.EAF 'lOBAOOO 6 SEGABS; 178 W.ATBB STBEli:T, JIIIWIO&Il. I I .JlJLI.Aift AJ:.LER j I Hati8 Wboleoale Only, ,_17J WATER, $;TREET, N. y, fl-.-Sli>J!e, 8 lfuth Street, h JULIAN ALLIDI. .. HOMET tJFE INSURANCE COMRANY; I (':W:UTU:A.L,.)' t No. BBOADW...tY,1 NBJY YO.BX, In every respect a Institution. ASSETS, U,aoo,OOO. ASSURED-MEMBERS, 11,000. OFF:ICEBt8 WALTD S. QJUFFHtt, Pnaideat. 1. H. FROTD&JW[, Treasarer. GEORGE C. RIPLEY, Seerea.,.. 1ful LUW L COFPilf, A.etaarJ. GOOD GERMAN AGENTS WANTED. LEU TOBA:OCO, N9. OLD SLlP, 184 l'ront Street, N.E'W' YORK CITY. NEw YOrut G. REIBMANN & co DIL.LS &. ce:, JIULDII IN oom:sri'c and Importew of TOB.A.CCOS, Walft' New York. ........... 81 West SecoD41 street, 110 WATBR STREET, -Wall St.,) ommtsst.n Wltttbltf, OTTO DIAIER.-29 BEA VEB ST., lmpto
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/ / THE TOBACCO LEAF. I BALTJ11101t'l ATIVJ!P TISE'MJ!WTS CIR'CINNA WM. A. BOYD, & DEALI!RS .... I Inspection & LeafTobacco PHILADELPHIA A'DVERTI&EME N TS TH. B. VETT.BRLEIN. TlfEO. J. B. T. Ve"t"ter1ein.: db -co.,-DJU.LBII8 IB pH r LAD EL pH I A, p A., :t.!ANUF ACTURED AND LEAF 'TOBACCO CIGARS &c I I WAit.HOUS.. ., M .lEAf d M f d TOBA"CO ., 67,_'5t,ll&I8FroDtud8! Coolmlsston e _rchants m an 11 w ...... BOYD. I sa souTH s-ra:mT, TOBACCO, DOMESTI(: AND IMPORTED CIGARS., 1 ,( Baltimore, Mtl. mue. aooll.&.Mf "co .. Proprtet.ca B. VAN SCHAJ:CK, ..... J ,,:.: ........ r,r_ Wholesale Deale-r in Connecticut & Ravana Leaf_ wrobaooo AGENT FOR LOBILLABD'S SNUFF AND TOBAOOO, I 7 fc. 19 North St., -WILK&NS. a CO., Monumental City. Tobacoo Works._ llo. 181 WEST PRATT STREET, BALTIIIORI, D. -r- I .U lWtaU I Smokbls and Tobaoooa, M. FALK & GO., 143 WATER STREET NEW YORK. w. K. BAD.B:D. B. P. I Brashears, Brown &. Titus, ..,. . WboleMie Deal e n and ) Geildsslea Menaaq Ill' 1 MANUFACTURED Nos. ':32 & 34 Jria.in St., Ohio. 161, 163, & 165 Pearl Stret, (OORNBR OP ELM I!TREBT,) Krohn, Feiss & Co., X.A.N'UPAC11'URBB8 0:1' BARKER'&: CHANDLEE,' Q.. GDI8Kll BD .NlBllANN StalDa:v, Smith BZ'OS. a Knecht, T I GIESKE & NIEMANN, LOUIS STRASSER, JU!!UQB.;m ALL KINDe OJ' I '-' .&. I of CIGARS, Segars and Tobacco. of Articles, L E .A. pw T 0 :EI A 0 0 0 Leaf and Tobacco, rr c ommission lYierchan'ts And d-ler In eaf, Plug, and Smoking Tobacco, Alld Manurattu.Nr or Gnd fn Clgtsr. No. 26 South Calvert 1St .. BAL TJMORE, MD. 1 SIIOKDIS' A.R'DCLES AKD IIIPORTEI) HAVANA CIGARS, e 225 RACE STREET, PHILADBLPHJA;O Manuf&cturersofthe'Goldllledal'and'LordByron' '28 SOUTH CHARLES STREET, No. 83 ,WEST-FOURTH ST., HARTFO R P ... .. au.t. ......... HAAS BROTHERS. IIUI.Ilt IX CONN. SEED_ LEAF tAOCO. Imported and Doae!41e VJgan, 154 STATE and 282 liAIN ST., fiARTFOBD COl"t!fe :J. D. BURNHA)t & 00., Jlalmtac-111d .Jobbenln Tobacoo, Snuff & Cigars, And Wboleoale Deo lero In TEAS, A.. A. BURJUIAK, -.DJ J.D. BUll.tv u-sE. Kenton Tobacqo. Warehouse. COliDCTICU'T BE:BD-LE.Al!' 1Tobacco Warehouse, J69 an 161 Oommeroe street, RAB.TFOBD, CONB. No. 47 Iorth WaterMr_ eet, and No, 48 North Delaware Aveaue, .-...u BALTIM_ORII, D. Dlnct lmportero of the saperlor bl'lllds PL .. c "'"EY .. ,,_' ""' ....... llld Bl'll: J' (l Lleol'l.,.. P-Ie. l'onalo,ln lolo 1o ..,.... .._, .10 .,_ t ,.. pH I LA DELpH I A, p A. oalt bUJen, In -nd or dutn&ld. Jfoa. 100, 102, & 10. Weat l'!ontBtreet, POWER. &, p R A C U E' Boot qnantitiOI 01 F. 'W. FELG NER, a. JL BOLEIIt1B .t co., I ciNciNNATI, obto. D. 11. SEYMOUR, :Eia t o _l:i. e 1 <> r ::Eir OS.,. leleXIDa----8_,;..... 1nollui8Deal .. la AUOTION SALES DAil .. Y Nos. 214,216, 218, 220 Green:uP. St., Manuftseturers of FINE C1G..4.B8, Dealers '" H. BISCHOFF, KT. X.. E A F T 0 B .A. C C 0 ,. Deutscher Rauchtabik, 330-337 North 3d, 23 North 2d, and 837 Chestnut Sts., I AID OTHER CHOICE Ba .. rac:tuet r'baeeo "etran, TOBACCO HENRY MEYER, EMIL POERS'I'EL, COMMISSION MERCHANT, And Wholesal e Dealer i n Manufacturer or P:&:Xx....A.:c:mx...::P:a:X.A.-Jo. e11 BOuiH BZe 100 PBATT STB.BBT. B.lLTIKOB.ll q-Tb.eonlyma.turers of the celebrated YARA YOUN G AMERICA OuR H ODBY YARA aALTIMORL OHIO & covo..racTICUT ''FINE S lADS LITTLB ONES, PICKWICK., DAISY, and other copyrighted bhmds o f cigar. ,.., G. W. GAIL. CHRISTIAN AX. .11.11,1:.1 .ft lA>11tS BOYU: ARTHUR R I'<>UGBRAX F. P.A.R.LETT & CO., G w. GAIL & AX, LEA.JJ' TOBACCO, And D e alcrinalltJndo of McOAMMON t CO., TOBACCO JODISSION MERCHANTS IN .4 LL DWICRIP'I'IOllil& 0:1' Ll:AF llD JUiml'AOTU&ED TOJjAOOO, c. PEAsE. .,.. ..... ....,. J>uurne tJI 1 Ohewing, Smoking & Leaf Tobaooo. Unlted Sta&e.i -nded WarelloalMl, 'MAIIUPAOTURI:D LI:A" .\ND SMOKIIIQ :KAlWJ'.. RJ:HII OF ALL OP 18 F t St c t 0 Agent for H WILKEN & Co s Cel ebrated Smoking BOY)), fOUGERAY I. co_. ..,. 0 D A c c ...... s s 0 K I N" G ron ., mc.mna I, I Tobaccos ,& 23 j Fifth AYe,, PlttabU'l!l, .Pa. sea-ars, !!pes, LE&F AND M&NUF&CTUREL t; OOIDilSSIOll llBRop1i!TS ro& BALE or BAHE aD euPP 1 P. Gwrut w. u. GLORB. c. o GwR -. .. 8 a. a. x-.-Segars. Etc.: 92 Lombard and 5 Water St .lAD! tll'l IAL'l'Dio'D.II Ill) 1. A. r. GLORE .t BROS.. WM. 8 KIMSALL & oo., rmera' .&Jentl for Ultll&leof OOnaeetiDIIt Jleed. B F PARLETT '' ...,.,, Jlanllfallllnn 01 Ule Ollellllltld fJ !. Water St. and 18 N. Delawan AveDne, P:S:IL.A.DELP:S::IAI ........ lr.1 W.HuaYNMS.U. --UNIT:KD STATB8 BONDBD W:AREROUB .. OoDofinenl CUI forward IJI .. r Btoekl "Ill -" Jr\lh<>lltl>repaylog the Government Tax. Al\1 A 'r,BAl\1' Late of tile fl!m TELLER, ANA THAN & CO., .....,.,..,.. DMie1-'" ... LEAF TOBACCO AND SEGARS)., I sa sao Nortla "l"hircl Street,. PHILADELPHIA. L B.lMJIIGIB A CO., ...... ,.. LEAF TO ACCO _.tf. BEG AU, Bo. 8 l!forlb Water Sinal. JAltES BUSSELL & 00., Com.nlssion "Keroll8Jl Large a11110rlme9-t of Clay aud Glazpd Pigell, ,1if leaf rob&coo, ,,; o : S AVIN, B.&l.'l'IliiORJt, DIDo Depot: Willi 'rRIDIUJIII, 1dltBLD,. CO., Manufacturers of Bet Grades of p 1 & F Plain 8Il'forth'I'Ilfrd .. t.,Ph0a4e!J>bla. !t FOWLER PLUG AND FINE CUT eer ess anoy 111 W'Mir8Veet, llwYork. DOHAN & TAITT, D2 (// ,;.b02 Ol!cnrirq !l@.&MQ, TOBACCOa. I(Zl. (,!):.. wo.) L.W. GUN'TBER, 115, 17 and 19 West 7th Street, PLAII TOBACCO aspeclaiiJ. Tobaeoo Commi!sion Qtahauo otomnussron ltcnfinn s qENERAl-COYilftirtJX, .Kr. l ........ y. "' 1 .... ...n DUL11BS IN CommlSSIOn M ,erchant, I iiiiiil iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;j I r And TOBA.()(JO Jr .1 (JTO;;I, 1 Md Be Ohl"' o L .. f ?'.No. oo Lombard st.. Detroit Novefh, Works, 'W' f (Or.etiJr'NJMqf:&J:MGr;gplaco), 1 '"' BA.L'l.'DIOB.E, lld. !Je. Sou& Curlee .C. .J.:..lauao.l'e, f'&'"'Ll.berel adval1Ce1D811t made 9n Coulgnmenta to mtllddlelll' ')I ,. [ BECK I-' H '!EN,<.", 107 ARCH I DOBUII .. 1 nro. T Tim. PHIUBEbPHIA I ... L at reduced prices --t-. No. U B_,OUTH FBON'f_ ,.J I ._ j J r ,. PHILADELPPIA, PA. .T:A:OKSO H Co., :M:annfa6turers o r eJ.:y <\escription of and Dark P[UC TOBACCOS, 7 Corne r High and Lafayette Sts., -I "HI GHL ANDER," "II lED ROVIER," "DICK: T:ATI!R," [ S:rnoklnlll: 1 ... e&tabU..bed Tobaccoe, so well llld ravorablr 1ntown1 up and llb. ba108 or poucheo, ari!loln OUill: thus 111djobber. anufactured oti11 it! .the \ e!Wia. Wi!rllll
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\ TOBACCO LEAF. 7 THE lou.ISVll-LE LEAF TOBACCO 'DEALERS AND COMMISSION MERCHAN'fS. Hhds a change of policy on their part they transW!rred much of Hhds ea u 4 Receipts in December............ . . 9 8 2 9 8 3 bfuthsiness tohLouisvbilleh, so we witnessed the begin The year bef01e ........................ 38 ,034 R Lp"""'-en"--and m&Dur..,tnrlllile&l D SPALDING a. SONS .... .......... t lllf..,f'l....., 4 Ill leal The year before ... .......... : .. . mng o e pure ases y t e1r agents, who in May RTecei{Jts since '-or ', 18 69 ............ 37 ,013 a. 1. USUS oo ..... ..., ., ........ .....,. d ID&Dalactarln 1 JOHN SMIDT 8CBWABTZ: cit CO ...... Cuttl,;g, mana ng, U ;::1: II 2 21 d J b h CliilL" __.. STalbes since Nov. 1, beginning of our season.. ....... an t e e:v1est operat?rs inbour Receipts he year before., .......................... 34 015 VAUGHAN cit oo ........... ......... ...... ma .tnrlng lear P SCBANZBNBA.CBD .................... catting ud 111anaractarlngleaf e year before... . . . .. . . were u excee wg expectations, ut pr1ces were firm, an'\ Stock September I 18'70 6 432 OWBN KoBJUDB ............ .. ton Ji. B NABB ... ....................... Leaftobacco commiMion Receipts since Nov. I, beginning of our season, .... 1,273 low advanced from oneb[).]f to one cent per lb. The year before J, G. ......... .; to......,., commloolon merebanto Louis FRAJtCB:lC .. ..... .. .. .. .. Leartobae>eO comm,lodl 00 Th b li 1 15 6 Colory to baccos of all grades from l1'gbt smoking Jugs up to 5 67 6 mAte oli IUUI'RIU111"1 ............ "'i::.rtot-oo6 commllllOD merchant Wll. G.11BIBR cit 00 .................. 1.-ftob&ecocomm on mere an e year e ore. .. .. QUOTATIONS. P IIONIN.......................... Stock on band, January 1, 18'70 .............. 2,610 fineleafforcuttingalsosoldathigberfigures. Light SU'rRO & NEW1Lf"ARK ToBAcco KNIVES.-Among Theyear before ............................. 2,00 0 Hhds. Partlyfrozenlugs ...... $500to 5'75 the recent p[),tents is one for a QUOTATIONS. Sales during April. ................... ..... 0,012 Com'n sound planters' lugs 5 '75 to 6 00 new kind of knife by Light. Old. New. The year befpre ............. .. ....... .. 4,260 Good sound do ..... 6 00 to 6 50 Heavy. *650to 6'75 6 '75 to 7 liO 7 50 to 8 50 8 50 w 9 9 50 to IO 60 Peter Houseman and c. c. Black frosted lugs .r;.... 3 50 to 5 50 Receipts during April ............ ,, .... --\. ... 5,911 Common leaf .......... 6 50 to 7 50 C[),mpbell, Rural Retreat, Va. Common planters' lugs.. '7 '75 tc. 8 '75 6 00 to 6 50 The year before ....................... ,.. .. .. 3,807 Medium leaf .......... 7 50 to 8 50 M.4.NUF.ti.CXUBERII 011' CJ:J:GA.RS, This invention bas for its object Good planters' lugs .. :.. 9 00 to 9 50 6 50 to 7 50 Sales since Nov. 1, !,869 .. ................ I6, '781 Good leaf, .. ......... 8 50 to 9 50 to provide knives for cutting to Common leaf.......... 9 50 to 10 00 '7 50 to 8 50 The year before .. .......................... 16,941 Fine leaf ........... 10 oo to 11 QO .ti.SD DE.ti.LEI;S IX LE.AF 57 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK. bacco and other purposes, with Medium .............. 10 00 to 10 50 9 00 to 10 00 Receipts since Nov. 1, 1869 .' ................ ... 14,796 br(Jad thumb -rests forprotect ing Good leaf ...... ....... 10 50 to 11 50 10 00 to 11 00 The year before 15 092.. Fine leaf ... ',., 11 50 to 12 50 11 00 to 12 00 .... .... the thumbs and preventing their Stock May I, 1870 ....................... 3,391 being worked on the backs Heavy. Old The year before .' .. : : ..... ,, ... ,, ... 3,046 LUCBTDBTBIN. B. LICHTKNSTJmll. of the knives. Black frosted lugs... ... 5 00 to 6,00 QUOTATIONs: Common planters' lugs1 7 75 to 8 75 6 00 to 6 50 Light. liROS. & 00., MAIUFACTUIERI OF CIIARI, .lliDDDLZBB JX Lear' and all kinds of Manufactured Tobacco, The Globe Tobacce Works, at La Grange, Mo., manufac tured during August 50,000 p ounds of topacco. t 121. .Maiden Lane, New York. -:B. W. G. DIIDBAJft'. E. DO B dART..&. SON, "What mania has seized on France?" asks an jndiguant cotsmpora.ry. Punch replies lema.nia." OKLil .. ATU Why is lighting a. a declining to accept one from a friend? 'Because you f'e fuse it. 0 second time much the same as '': IJ:)) BIB.SOB II. 00., A FR[[NCH GxNERA.L AS A. corre!!ipondent IT& ... .t.a ........ WYOIUl, I Snuf' f Jlaaufaatarers writes Bourbaki's alfe 'ons for his appears char .. ... .r i ... ..._ act.eristic of him. e paper I No. 29 & Ca'l!Dert St., discribes' him in tlle Crimean BALTDIIOBE MD. war going to an assault en 'I'D 1401'1.' 11'1'4llldU. .... vrai gentlenum dg_ar a l4 bouche &'.ffim!IB. et le stuk a la maj n ." Smokinc. and joking ho has fought h1s way through 1 i many wild scenes and often bee ri' wounded, for his place is alw{Lys TD eot.Du :U. "whe re the dead are lying thickest." My -militaire was like the ALs o I A __ Mariner in the le,ngth o f his tales abou him .DEALERS L,'< 'LEAF TOBACCO. No. bbds. No. bbdo. No. bbdo. llontbl!!. ofl't>rtd. rej ected. eoJd. November, 11<69 ... 154 H 137 THE TOB!tJCO WMlliE!tCE. .a.-&1 HeY.iew or the lllarket.-Bnlnu ihtl'lng each December. 196 14 182 lllonth-Wha& che W'arehonaes baYe Don.,, JttnU[).l')', 1870.... 223 I5 210 FebruRry. .. . 1 '7 '126 From a very lengthy revie\V of the Louisvill e Tub cc9 March.' 5 12 22 490 Tl April. .. . .. 780 A9 78.1 Market, we extract tho intc r cstmg lac ls e rc. May .... ......... 1.06'7 50 1,017 port says: Jnne ............ 1,10 8 68 1,040 h II d ta' l d I te t J 1 l .July............. 5 8 4 55 529 WesubJomt eO owwg e 1e sa men o eaes o A t 417 52 365 each warehouse and amounts realiz e d for the same .. Tltese S b 3 30 55 275 items are taken from the wm eh9us e sak'S books, whtch are 0.P bm ur .. :.!72 58 214 Amount. 20,273 23 20,434 92 21,233 85 --,5;595 25 51,854 88 83 934 40 133,286 37 124,913 97 69,04.7 51 42,214 3j) 33,929 'TO 24,61'7 30 Good 9 25 to !J '75 7 50 'to 8 25 Black frozen lugs ..... 85 60 to 86 00 Common lt>o.f ...... 10 00 to IO 50 8 25 to 9 00 Partly frozen ......... 6 00 to 6 75 Heavy. Medium leaf ....... 10 to 11 2li 9 00 to 10 00 Common dried pia's lugs. 6 75 to '7 2.5 Good leaf ............ 11 liO to 12 50 io 50 to 11 50 Good do do .. 7 25 to '7 75 $7 2Ci to $7 75 ,, 8 00 to 8 50 8 75 to 9 50 9 50 to 10 50 11 00 to 12 00 12 00 to 13 00 Fine leaf .......... .. 12 50 to 13 50 11 50 to 12 50: Common leaf ......... '7 75 to 8 50 At the end of the year 1869 we had the following statis .Medium leaf .......... 8 50 to 9 50 tics about warehouse receipts, sales and stocks of Kentucky Good leal ............ 1 o 00 to 11 00 tobacco in the leading Western markets : 1 Fine leaf .' ... .... 11 00 to 12 1 o Receipts. Sales. ). !'I 1 hhds. hhds. MAr. Louisville, from Jan. 69, to Jan '70 ...................... 36,422 39,858 Cincinnati, from Jan. '69, to Jan. ''TO, estimated*. .... -:'. 30,000 St. Louis, from Jan. '69, to Jan. ''Til .......... : ......... 37,383 Clarksville, Sept. '68, to Sept. '6 9 Paducah, Nov. '68, to Nov. '69 .. Stock i the interior, ill Jarmers and speculators' hands, estirua. ted at ................... 10,109 8,389 15 _290 I3,221 13,03Q rl2,000 .I "-'-...,.----Total ..................... 104,851 11 0,85l 8,892 *Actual sales. abo 31,0 Q, vi fi,38 3 I The sales this onth were large the hav\est of the sea son, showmg a great increase over precedmg years. The market was firm and active during the first two weeks; low and medium leaf a d'vnnced further, but gradually rec de w t eir former .range. Blac'k frozen continued in strong demand nt firmer prices fr,am the West Camyla bPQ.gl!t.freely, a a with the li!.rge demand for Reg1e orders, there was no lack of buoyancy iu our market, to whic 1'\.0W more than ever, was attracted the general attention of planters all through the tobacco grow 1,500 ing regions. Receipts continued on a. liberal scale, and our warehousemen became satisfied that instead of 35,000 hbds, at least 40,000 hhds would be sold here during tlle season. This figure was too low b.)l several thousand bbds. Preparations for a large crop had b'een made e'Yery her.e, JANUARY, 1870. and fine general rains during the last week of },by secured Priees were sustmii cl, especially for old, wbereor' th a heavy planting, whiCh, 1f done successfUlly at that time, at.ock was quitlfsmall in the West. ost of-'it being is a great point gained, A good large May planting is albonght by manufacturers and little or nothing went forward ways regarded great advantage, making iliai portion to the seaboard. Gold was thought to have had [).further of the crop safe against dangers of early frost in fall. downwa. rd tendency, money was extremel;v which Hhd!J prevented speculators from buying freely of the new Sales during May ................. : ... .... '7,2o7 crop, which came upon comparatively bare markets. Black The year before ....... , .... .... 5, J2Z -rosen tobll<'co bad begun to attract more attention, and, Receipts during May : . . . 7',.U2 early expectations, it sold at from $3 50 to The year before ............................. 6,4J.O Sales d.urmg January were small, low grades espeCial_ Sales.since November 1, 1869 .... ........... !Y. contmued firm. The est mates of the of The ear before .' .... : ... -: .... ............. mJury by bam frost were to have been mcorrect Receipts s nee N ovem her 1, 1l!69 ... .. : 22.228 and the trade became fully conv.JDced that the damage bad The year before ................. .... 21;4Qi been large. Stock, June I, 1870 ...... .' .. .... .... 4,915 Sales in January., .' .... The yQ_ar before .. The year .. v . 4,846 Receipts, January ...... 1,526 The year before ... 2,403 QUOTATIONS. a6711365 77 Sales since Nov. 1, 1869 .. 3,852 The year be Core .... Light Heavy. Receipts sinceN ov.1, I869.2, '799 The year before ... 3,559 Black frozen. .... to 7 5 to 6 00 .......... &lw'ays open for all th members ol the _!Qbacco trade, ns nl cto er so for the press, This bas always the Total ........ 6,086 472 6.614 of th mark et, arc rclt e d on, in America a d Europe. Tho following ttre the statistics ol' T!Je following are the of the PLANTERS' ,PICKETT Tobacco \Varebouse, oorner 'of Elexenth Tobacco warehouse, Messrs. G. Spratt & ChiLS. A. Bridges, J. S. Phelps, J. C. Durrett, and AI f. Allen, proprietors: pro.Prietors, comer of Eighth and Main streets : Total ':i. Valne. JIIOiltbt. Oft'orlni@. Sale. : ll....U... Bo}eetl.,.... 8aleo. Novembc1, 181i9 .... 124 1 127 November, 1869 ... 2S8 25 263 December......... {39 39 1869 306 23 283 Janunry, 1870..... 32 32 -,JIIIIuary, I8'70 .... 419 16 4 7 03 lrehruary ......... 122 109 Fe\rwlry, Ir'TO .. 83' 51 $3 "-' : 524 4G 4 84 20 AmOIIDt. n ;191 '77 6,608 5-3 3,906 45 12',690 80 20,046 68 25,585 36 45,902 56 48,007 99 13,028 53 10,114 9'7 12,467 55 6,859 29 Stock, Feb. 1, 1870 .... 2,6'76 The ye[).r beCore ... 2,548 Parlly frozen .......... 6 25 to 6 '15 ...... QUOrATIONS. Common Planters' lngs. 6 7 5 to '7 26 '7 50 to 8 00 Light. Heavy! Goodplanters'lugs ....... '125w 7 76 800to 875 J3lack frozen lugs .... f3 50 to 00 00 to *5 50 Common leaf. .......... 8 00 to 8 75 8 '75 to 9 75 Common dO li OJ! t \. 50 GoO to '7 oo Medium leaf ...... 8 711 to 9 5o ..... 9 '7/i to to 50 Good planters d .. .. '75 t o 7 z& .,...00 to 7 75 Good leaf .............. 9 '75 to n 00 10 50 to 11 50 Common leaf ... ...... '7 50 to 8 00 8 00 to 9 00 -Fine le&f ............. : 11 00 to 12 00 12 00 to 13 00 Medium do.,. ;t, 9 OO; w 10 Q() 9 50 to 10 50 J Good PI'! ... ... .::; 00 w 11 90 rHI 60 to 11 50 UN11jFine do ... ........ 11 00 to 12 00 11 50 to 12 50 Tl).is was a hee.vy month-'7,095 hhds were sold Fl!lJJBUA:ar: and 7,815 Prices remained firm, especially beavyft .1-: 0Arlllgw.i;liJiiM>. 8aleo. V&lne. FIUmt>l'l<' House .. 6,086 472 5,614 671,365 77 890 """'n e year eJOftl ... .. 28,264 t 23, 7S7 1 ... 1 ,1132 145 1,787 217,016 48 125 began to improve, a.nd crop, whach es\)&ped the frost, on band, July 11 1870.: .......... 5,230 26 674 38 -:-J'' great c,f mce, useful _CQ).o_cy as as The year before ............................. 5 ,8113 15, 17.0 .7 Total. ........ 43,002 2,956 4)!,04.7; $4,828,88018 8 724 Sllbstantlal. This was espeCially grat1fymg, 1f we consader ,. QUOTATIONS November, 186 9 .. 170 13 15'7 Dectthber ........ 226 16 January, 1870.... 3T4 11 303 February. . 598 29 ,...._ 569 62 540 55 In we give the fo)lowing detailed review of tbat the 1869 crop had serious difficulties. 72,215 03 Lh(l move111ents of&ur market during the last twelve inontha, We bad rio early seasons, much Willi pl&Dted out late in Light Heavy. b th J d J 1 t' d d th ta a d th tb Partly frozen lugs ........ 50 OS ..... .. 161 562 64 egmnmg w1 une an u y, con mue ry wea er re r e egrow COmmon dn4d .... 6 ISO to 6 75 $'7 75 w 8 25 .Mareh,... .. .. 693 38 6.55 April ............ 1,394 93 1,3qJ May ............. 1,51'7 71 186 225 92 NovElfBli:R, 1869. and later in Se,ptember, indicatious of frost frightened fa."rm G d 1 6 5 to 50 8 25 to 8 75 16 130 14 ers intO cutting larp:ely while the leaf was unripe, after 00 ugs. 8, A feature-pan.icular interest was the f'ppoarance of the crop had beeu housed it was injured by barp-froa& in Common lea ........ '1 60 ta 8 26 8 '75 to 9 75 100,838 32 black fi'Ozen tobacco. A very unusual heavy frost during October Medium leaf ....... 8 60 to 9 25 9 '15 to 10 50 Jon& ........... 1,488 94 1,394 July............. 930 103 827 Aasust......... 7'7'7 43 73-l 769 36 733 '78,426 29 the latter part of October bad injured teba.cco he;nging ir, the Sales' quring_ F;e]ruary, 2 906 hhds; the ye[).r before, Good leaf ..... ..... 9 50 to 10 50 10 50 W 11 50 86,829 7'7 barns, and all through the State, specially in the 4,U'7 hbds. Fine leaf ......... ._, ... 11 00 to 12 00' J 2 Oil to 13 00 39, 8 65 27 eastern yarts nnd counties along the Ohio river, the damage Receip uring February, 2,492 hbds i ,l.be year'befOft!, Total 9 307 612 11,695 11042 2367 1ia8 bedenfiise._v .. exe .. hVie1 ws as to the ss of frozen to 3 ,829 bhds. JuLY. October ..... .... 431 66 865 ... r bncco 1 eroru w1t a most no experience a out such badly Sales sioce November 1, 1869, 6,'158 hb -ds; the ytar The following are the ltatistice of the frozen and 'bl:rclten.cd leaf to guide us, it is not to be wonbefore, 8 610 hhds. dered o.ttbatmany tobacco men considered it al .; Receipts sipce No, ember 1, 1869, 5,291 hhds; the The beginning of this month our market llrn1 and animated. Later war rumors bep.n to eause irregularity in priees. Tbe actual breaking out of the Franco German war was & great blow to the tobacco export trade. Com mnnications with Germany were interrupted by blockade, and shipping tobacco naturally felt the eft't>ct. There was no prospect of an, early reviv!!-1 of export, and feru:,s wer!l entertained that prices would fall largely. They declined some, bul. while moAhother Western "markets seemed to break down, there, remained orders enongh here to absorb all at prices which were very full, considering t.be unexpected, and, for export trade, disll.mrous war. In fact, NINTH-sTREET lliOIIt'WQrtbtess, and the opening prices for it were low. Ex year be(ore, 7,38 8 hhcis. Tobacco warel:iOuse, comer Main ancl Ninth streets, M8slh. periments Hd trials in America and Europe demonstratetl Stock March 1, i8'70, 2,452 hhds; t.he year before, F. S. J. Ronald, R. W. Ronald, and W ; Ronald ; pro later in the-se ason that the frozen leaf could be used for prieta : -w!th this know lege gained its value No. libel. B. Amount s'teadiJy"l creas'CI, y1eldmg a hands(lm& return to the far .... derec!.. ed. f20lld7. .. 39 ,8&791<'4. 93 mers who, iu the begi nnin of the season, expected to realNovember, 1869 240 24 "' I' tl th' h bl k f "17 o2< 29 37 87 011 )Ze It e or no 1ng for t ear ac rozen. Deeember ... z. 5 3 2 9 98 Tbe market generally was fine throughout the month of January, 1870 .... 911 14 29'7 N b 1 d d 1 t th ft f ., February, : 53'J 39 493 5{,074 _er i ugs a Ker loC: quan o u b 7 p 60 6!>5 143 92 1 m very S)Da m our mo era s eonsJS ... ng .marc 1 m stlf o.r le.f. Of sound new, _1Utle was.o.O:er April ........ 1,IU., 52 1,056 7 d hd li 1 odla.f. d It t ua 1214 -62 150 ,54349e,s_w?galrcoor,go e,an o.qua1:ysuper1or o ..-, ..., ''117'720'76 lnstyear. J ...... .Jij>23 95 8 1 t ( July.1 .. ........ 5412 488 66,212 66 Sal N b hhds. A t ''7 34 2-,9 696 59 m ovem er were ................. ; .. I ,002. ugus ... "' "' Th J.. 660 Se .te ........ n t'""" 3:16 10,152 4 1,.. e ,rei!l'. "'e. ore P m .... r .... "'v "' .R ts N b 345 O.W.be 3.3 2 8 9 3o 483 ece1p tl! ovem er ........ ... 1' 'T.-:' ...,-i-.:.. -;_ '1'he year. before ..... r 2.63 Total. ....... i,l87 6 o8 6,57 9 ,, 1 ... .... ,. ......... ,.t n 1.,,0:) ,,Jt >.J 0 neyeli.f. peore .............................. 2,500 The .u.re the Etatistics of the .. r ,, o: .u') QUOTATIONS. BOONE l"-' Light. Hea.vy. <' lugs .. t 8 'Tli to 9 25 t 9 illi to 9 50 tobac-.co warel10use, Main street, between Ninth rrenth Good plmfiers' lugs ..... 9 2li to 9 7 5 9 50 to 10 25 streets, Hes11ns Daniel P. White, Thomas H. Glover, AI Oommon leaf ....... ,, 9 75 to 10 00 10 2.5 to 10 75 bert G. Glover; and Henry 0. Glover, ]dedjq.'\!} iaf. ......... 10 00 to 10 5o 10 75 w 11 25 Blfdl. llbd. Blldo. Goou Tea f. . . 10 50 to 11 50 11 25 to 12 50 Ko-..: oi'....S. ftJected. IOid. Amouut. jp.o.Jc[J,f ............ 11 50 to 13 00 12 50 to 13 50 Noveinber, I869... 126 49 '77 S I .0,2Ml 7 r 1 Decell)ber ......... 135 8 127 l.J,081 20 r Dl:cEIIBfB .January, 48'1 0 : '212 9 20 3 8 : With full information os to the year's growth on hand, February. 39'1' 26 3'7 1 for the 1869 tobacco crop were placed at 60 to March.'. .. i2S 33 5921 1 6:,:r 2,0pu b 11 for Kentucky, 13,000 to 15,000 hhds for Ten April. 7'75 32 '743 -,.... If. essee, 1 ,000 to 20,000 bhds for. Illinois and Indiana, 12,-llay .. .. .. .1,134 39 1,09.'> 141,140 62 000 $O 13,000 bbds for Missouri, a total of 100 to 110,000 Jnno ........ .. .1,038 42 996 bh
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, 7H:fj} ronACCO e LlQUORICE. F. W. !3EOK ct. CO., TOBACCGi;dACTU&C -..lCORICE PASTE HENRY M. M()RRIS, KEY. WEST HAVANA CIGAR FACTORY Anhur I n er I '.P !. : .. 99" Pearl and 62 Stoae Street, I 8 E I D E N B E R c ,, ... ororJIIIl ) I ,.., Oil f t)j' U Jo: .. o .tl' .. ., ; t. eo. .. ...... : ... Oll :N"C'zJWm SOLACE TOBACCO manufacturers and trade in .. IMPORTER La ::E=l.osa generil.l llJ'/3 pa.rtwuiarly r'!lluested exa-I pr-All 9epro made In thia Factor,\ are or the VERY BEST HAVANA TOBACCO llJ 116 anA 111 .. :Line' ana t est' the superwr pr_operties of or R: us s 1 .4 N "'I GAR ......... E s I 'It I I ., lil, ... this LIUORICE, which, b eingllow I M L" "' .:a.& ,. 1"1 C 'IDU-STREET .. is Spams i ass lCDfite, '" tlie a.oov-e -yle of bl;'&lld. v J I HIWT -9-lllt: aie $OLE l AGJNTS for the lo..,ph W. Gr3.:0., .. bra.iul l l < loep h 14 II. .. . . . 'rl ft. .. 1 f ... D A s 'i-IOTWELL' I by CO,DSWnerB to be the 1 ot m.' tlie m.:.._;-l{et. And for the of <;om posed ot cv2.',!JHEWING AND tJMOKIN!i J.1ioorice St1ok I'IIDu.AJHOYT'andJoHNF.Fuoo, ..._1 __. Cl. B. PEARL STREET T, 0 C:: 8 I ; a.ll respects equal to CALABRIA .,.u. 404 AND FllNE CIGARS. We are also AGENTS for the brand 'NBW YOllK, G. Z., SolePreprletorbtthe Oolebrated--ofObewtq I ilanufacturcn of all kinds o( Tobacoo wbkili wni be (ound constantly on hand. CHEWING AND "HERO" on sel ect and ordinary, OOD8ia11 t\J SMOKING ll74 E'ahth GOJIEZ, WALLIS & CO.. .I H 'CIESELMANN I I ... ll9 & 31 8onth s-. '< . Mra. 1 PQS T-o-.u .. ::.:: :,.:.,:: ---: P-::::-::A-=-:ST=E:-r--; AND THOMAS HOYT & co. .-r, .. I EXCEL,SIOR.' s Composed of -tHOMAS I:I:oYT_ and Jo_HJ:f. F.-Fi.AGGt: 159 Luttlow Street, roM Powdered Liqu rice, 5VCCE850RS -TO GUM ARABIC, OATTUS & RUETE, OCobattD No. 129 Pea;r_l Street, NEW DREYER & CASSEBOHM, .... _HOYT, FLAGG & CO., ios sECOND STREET, ( ':L6Grsvl.LLE, KT. t ,OUR J;lRAND WM. H. OOOOWIM. CO. OLIVE' BEANS, ToxuBACnnCQ. ".J .ior TobacconiSts' use, Brokersj &:D:U.ft.., C1s' a.:r:., r 'Weav' a 'PrOB s-;.B .llYSterry .. 27 Pearl tre_et, l Fine Cut:. Chewing, '" And de&lero in all Jdnda of orr New York 'City. Leaf & lflug Tobacco, (It x:MPoRTERs. --::z-------==------j HEART'S DELIGHT, SWEET OWEN, NATIQNAL, !10'2' & !M& WATER. ST. 16 nlatt' Street N. Y. ,L'< J o YOUNC & 'SMYLIE,. FREDERICK FISCHER; I NEW YORK. lp?. Tobacco Broker, MEERSCHAUM' .GOODS aud SMOKERS' L6tte1" Bo(k;, Sf846. fto. 2 Hanover Bui'ldio.gs, ARTICLES, N'OVELTIEB r Several1New-Patented Articles Just Received. V .EGET.A:BLE .PITH PIPE STLAI,-1 : Patented April :&land Aug 12th, 188'.1, 13 NOXTHWILLIAM:ST. N.Y. OITY F. HEPPEIHEIMER A CO., LABELS For Tobacco and Cigars. A large ueortment eonetanUy on band and JKUited lo order 22 & 24 !forth William Btnet. Jfew Yadr. OSCAR PROLSS CO,, SEGAR RIBBONS, C. 0. HOLYOKE, CODESSION MERCHANT In LEAF and MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, I I


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