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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1865 - 1969

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The largest special trade paper in the world.

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Oraan of the Tobacco Trade of the United States: The Largest Special Trade Paper in the World; 911., ... lt .lliUIIHII.Diree&ory or 1 ..... YORK. !'OD.A.OOO "1f .t..llllBOliSEB. rt1ser1 Agnew W., & s..,-. u.t 1186 Front.&reet. AileD, SaliiiD, L'l't W-r. BarneU 8., 1U W ....,. ._ .llua. W.. ..._d..-, tli .'frWt 1 ewiJD ... D.A A. I Va,o Coi, t\ :BtMC BoWM, Ill. B. lti C.., 'I ..rlln 8lp, Brocl, 1l; 1M .llaidm -... !;wldet, ........ c,rdo.a, A. ll. .t Co., 121 l'eatl .. 01ocltl"y A. D. & Co., l68l"eul 0 I If 111 'liMP F er. \:ollllolly & Co.. 411 W a'"' Crawtin-d, E: M. & Co., 11111 Watet. Dvhall. Ca.-roll 4' Co., 11)4 1111 Boll Kupllo. '15 Frcwt J::ller,li..J., 111 Pearl. ''-' i.U...t.el.a, B. a: ac>!!J. lSi Pean.! J &llllan & Co.. 70 and '12 Hrpa4. Friend a Co., E. & G 129 Malden LaM! IJ&e&ert .t Rro, 160 W awr. Ginter LoaW, 19 WarreD : II Oa., llili I'JvD$. Hambwpr L I; Oo., UO Waier. '11' tll 4 1 ... 1111. Hlllmu:, G. Vf. II C..., 108 l'ront. Kinnicute, Tho..a, II WU!iam. Kltlrvdp, W. P. & Ou.,H & 13 ]frGD\. Kremelber& & Co., LtO P....-1. l.ounCIII'e A. 0. 163 Pearl Lerin, M. B t62 Pearl. bl.ait.l&llu Robert L & C<>., 43 Broad llartin & Johnson, 166 Wa1er. llayer, J011epn & Son 112 Wawr }JcC..uil JIL:ues, 191 Greenwich. Wm 51 Bowery. Messenger, T. H. & Co., l611Uld 168 Halden Murria, H. 11., 19 Old Slip aad 73 Water. K orwn, lil&ugb.ter lit Co., 4.1 B-oad Otm!Ul, Alva, 166 Water Brother, 119 .Pe.ul. P Scovill, 170 Water. Pearsall, M. R., 42 Courtlalldt Price, Wm. M. &. Co., 119li&ideD !Uie. Quin J P. &. Co., 48 Broad. lio.ad, baac, 1 Old Slip. B.eiswaun, G. &. Co., 17!1 Parl. Roanoke Tobacco Works, 122 Water. Rosenbaum A. S. & Co., 162 Water Rosenwald E. & Bro., H.6 Salomon 8., 192 Pearl Scheider Joaepb, 1U Water. Schmitt & Steiuecke, 1611 Water. Schoverling H. & Co., 111 Pearl. Scbrued .. r lit Boo, 178 Water. Scnubart H. & Co., 146 w .. ter. Bejmour Cb_s. T 189 Pearl Bpingarn, E. .t Co., II Burllng slip. Stein, & Co., 1117 Duaot at Straiton, & Storm, 191 Pearl i:iuoan &. Reir..e ... tein, 176 Front. Tag Charles F. & Son 184 Front. Tatgeuhorst F. W .t ,Co., llO Pearl! U pm""n Carl, 188 Pearl. Vetterlein's Eon, Th. H., 6 Cedar. We&theim, M. & Co., 177 Pearl. W rigb\,E.H S I Broo.d TOB.lOCO UOUU. C ltua & Ruete, 129 Pearl atreet.. Dreyer, EJward, 121 Pearl. Frederk;k, Buver. Gaol, J. s. & Soa, 86 w..u. Olborne Obas. 1., 16 Old .Up. Bader, Jl.. & Boo, 123 PearL IIA.Jt Ul' .\.cn'UIIII OP TOIU.OCO. Btachanao & Lyall, 1 and 56 Broad. llliChner D., 2M Delancy EdmoD.BtoD, 8. 8. & Bro., 213 & 21S Dno.ne. GllleDder,A. a: Co. 114, 118,and 117 Liberty Goege, F. A. & Bro., 828 Washington. Goodwin, W. H a: Co.,II07 and iOP Water. Hoyt, Thomas & Co. 40' Pearl K.nney Broa., 141 West Broadway. )lcA!pln, D. fl. & Co., cor. Avenue D and Tenth llUler, llu. G. B. & Co., i1 Coln111bla. Shotwell, D .A.,& Son U4 Eighth ave. Wln!Zer .t Cook, 169 Ludlow. lU.NUF AC'l UBBllll OJ' CIG.ol.ll8. Brock, H .t; Co., 829 Bowery. Gersbel L. & Bro., 86 Malden Lane. Hartoorn, & Hahn, 148 Water. Herbst, Rob., 99 West. Hirsch D. & Co., Bowery. Billlchbom ct Co., 110 Water. Jacoby, B. l Oo...._I09 Kerbs & l!!plel, IWBowery. Lichtenstein :01'011. &. Co., lt'l. llaiden lame. .Rayner Thos. J. & Co., 29 Liberty and 6' Maiden Lane. Soidenberg & Co.', 19 Dey. Smith, E. A., 181 Malden lane. 8tralton, & Storm, 191 Pearl. Sutro .t Newmark, 131 Water. Voi&er & Huneken.l{B Greenwich X .llftfi'AClUUR OJ' J'IN. H.T.a.!U. SliO De Braekeleer, A. 96 Beekman. TBJ: 8DIUK CI8A.B P.\.CKJ:BS 60CillTT Borgsteit II Kar&ten, 7 Bowery UIPOB'l'UB .&.!fl> DII:.\.LUS Fn.rik, H. 195 Pearl<. DIPORTKB!i OJI' .Ji.A.Ji..utA !tOBAcco. Almirall J. J .. SO Uedar. :8auer, Chas. T. & Co., 40 Beaver. Costo. J adnto, 86 Maiden Lane. GarCIA F., 16'7 Water. Kelly, Robert E .t Co., 34 Kncbler, GP.il .t Ci).1 128 "Water. :Miranda, Felix, 196 Pearl. Pascual, L., 11 Maiden. Lane. Salomoa, M & E., Maiden LAne. Vega Joseph .A. & Bro., 187 fear1 Walter R. 8., 203 Pearl. W eil & Co., 60 Pine. DIPOanu OP PIPD, .ao, Bolken Richard J et Chamben. 1). Siefkes, H. D sa Chambera and 65 Bead IKPOK'PEU OJ' CLAY PIPU. Bat,jer, H. .t Brother, 61 Water. Bergmann, J. H. & Co., lf6 roat. IIANUPA.CTUBIBB or IIIU30114 .. 800TI8. Pollak & Sou, 4S !ant. IIIPOBHR8 or DAT.U.O. OIIU.U. De Bary & Kling, 62 BroH Hier 0., 29 Beaver. Poha.lskl, P. & Co., 161 Maiden lane. Raynr Th011. J. & Co., 29 Libeny and 6 Maiden LAne. IlO'OBTEU OP LIOOJUCE PA8Tl!. Appleby II 153 Water. Gitror4, .,._ II Ionia, 120 Willia111. Gomea, Wallla 41 Co., 29 ud 81 8. William. P Harmooy, NepbeWBII Co., 63 Broadway. Kremelberg & Oo., 1 110 Pearl. :McAndrew, James C., 182 Front. Morris, H. H., 19 Old Blip and 73 Water. W eavcr II Sterry, 24 Cedar. BP.I:OU..LTI.I:S roB 1'08.1.000 lUJICr.t.CfiiUJUI. Sterry, F. W. II Co., i4 Cedar. IKAD-L&.U T'lBAOOO INBPcriOK, Linde, F. C., & Co., 78 Green'lfich. I'OBACCO P&Z8IIIIBI!. Gulhrle & Co 226 Front. lU.JIOI'A.OTVR&RB or OIG..t..B BOX&L Henkel!, Jacob, and 2116 Monrfle. Wicke, George, 157, 159 and Goerek. IIJGA.B BOX CU>.ut AND OTHER WOOD. Dingee, P. :M., COT. Sixth and Lewia. Rodman & Hepbum. Lewis. Wardrop .l Daly, 206 S PANISH OIGAB BIBBONS, Almirall J,J., 30 Cedar. CIGAR. IUBBONB. Cramer, G., 26 Wjlite street. CIGAR IIOOLPS. American Cigar H. H. Co., First an Jaeoby S. & Co., Mit Pearl. IIAKIII'Acrlll.D OP TOBA.OOO TIJIJ'OIL. Crool..e, J. J as C.O.by atreet. AUCTION.I:XU OP 'I'OilA.OOII0 no. ijerard, Bette & Co., 7 Old Slip. TOBAOCIHl0.ftiB8 Jl-IJIDT. Borgfeldt & Deghuee, 105 llaiden lane. I'OBJ.CCO L.&.B&LI!. Balch.& Co., 32& 34 Vesey. penheimer, F. & Co., 112 North William. ulft", A .. ltl Chatham. TOB.A.COO 81:4LUiG WU r W. & Co._, 1117 WiiU&m. TOBA.OCO PA.PBB WAUBOVQ. }e11811p .II Moore; ill William. aussu-. oro.t.una. 0. Bedroelllan, '7 4 Fulton. Kiuey 141 WeatBMadway UfSORAJICJ: OOKPA.lllll8. He111e Life, 26-j, Broedway. lltla&IU 'ICDACCO PIPll. Rubili&On, R. W. & !on, 189, 18f UICJ Greenwich. CIGA.ll-WlU.Pl'llB-IIOOlllliG IUCDIKllS. Btraiton II Stor111, 19 t P""rl. Cl3.UfJ.SSIOK IIIUICII..lliTII. Brashears, Brown 4::. Titus, 32 & 34 Ha.in. Hafer, Holmes & Co. 26 West Second. W YORK, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, DIU.Laall 1 LB.A.J' IOilA.OOO. S..dea He11r7& Bro., 181-166 lrlalla;:J Bioh. & Broaber, 1111 W t Front. lleJer By., 18 J'roo\. WaallleDIUI1 II'., 6'18 Raee. Wri8ht & Creighton, 68 Weat Frool Newbargll, L. 61 Wo.!Do\. D&&LU Uf L&.&Y TOB.&.OOO AliD CUU.U. J'nbnaUIJI, V 17 Main. 11.\.l
  • ".A.Ct'li&BIUI, IIIPO&'rlll.l, .\.lln D&A.J,&IU IN OIGAU. in barto NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY. JULY 5; 1871. OIJR I!BIU'T REPORTS. "'-robn, FeiN&: Co., 118 Weet Foartb. On account of the occiU'rence of the National Anni-Lowentbal, S. & Co., '711 Maio. Suuaer Louio. 187 Walnut 1'ersary on our publication day we are compelled to go LUP rooAcoo sao&BaS. to press twenty-four hours earlier tLan U811RI, wliich HorriB & Reid, 4 College (JL.&BISVILLE, TE:NN., deprives us of several of' our ma.-ket In this J.su saouu. connection, we would sLate that ,.e are about adding Clark H. H., & Bro. largely to our list of foreio7n corre .. pondents, and that ()0"\'J:NGTO, 'KY. ,., Glore, J. A P. & BI'Oil., -111, 1'1 & 1t W 7th. before many weeks we shall probably be in receipt of Power &(,1ayton,Kenton Tob. Wrbs, Greeaup. week\y Feports from London, Liverp?ol, Amsterdam, D.4l'IB1JBI, CONN. R d Gravee, G. w. am, Ao1.werp and other pDtt.6 of impo.-tance in D.&NVlt.LE, VK; \he t.obaooo trade. Our lat war 110mewhat interfered i'embertoa J. H. DA.ITOI'Ir e. with oar foreign reports,"redocing them in interest ancl HCJ81en & Pease, Pease 1 Toba.c:eooe.tung be h Engine. 111 11um r, ut oar new arrangements w11l enable us to DBT-IT, IJCB. place them on even a better basis tbai1 they occupied KAKUl' ACTOR.ItR8 OF CIOARI! ABD D.Jol.Elt8 b r I b" lJ JH LEAP TOBAcco. e.ore. n t 1s, as 10 a othe1 of tbe munage11.attbews, & Co.; 211> Jell'erw11 aT ment of THE LBAF', we make the of our readftl:aACCO UIVD. h -'1 DeUeit No .. eltv Work&. 1!11'8 emp atlcw your uwn WlliiTIBN OIOAJI. T&lli!IIUI. nk, .BA8T H.&BTPOBD, COIII'I. P .A.C&IJI8 411D DJC.& LEBS. Cliap .. an, J.. A. HABTI"'... CONN. P.\.001111 41<0 DULUII. :B:,;bbard N & do., Hi Market. L<>naon & Bidwell; 2H State Pease, H & Z. K., 16 Market .sbepaNl &I Fuller 214 State .Sill80ij, A. L .t Ji'., J,3. 4 .Maln. WeiiM, C. & Co., JD!State. Weatphal, Wm., l!i8 State. Wood rull', J oeph S., and 64 Ann. Woedworth & Strong, 217 8\a"' ,WJIQLBIIAU DULJCllS Ill JUI'IliPAC'!liUD TOBACOOB. J D. & Co. 77 and 79 INDIA1'f.4POLI8, ld. ... 1UJ'J'AC'l"'UllS OP PLl10' :..BD 8lf01tl!IO. Switb &: Thoms, 86 Ell8t Soutb LOI'IIDOI'I, ENG. 2'0111o.OOO CotllllSBIDil Glal!efoni & Co., 4 Great St. Helena L01JJ8YILLE, H..T. !'OBACCO IIAJiliUCTUBllM. 'l'lnoer, J & Bros., 18 Third. COIIIIIBBIOJI IIJ:lU11UKT8. .Meier W m. 0. II Co., 08 Seventh. Wicks, G. W. & IJo., 102 :Main. J()BU:RB Ill ALL UKD8 OP IIA.NUr.\.C'!liUD YOB.A.CCO, l.PO&'l'J:D A.!fD :DOIIUTlC ClGAlLS. Taeh'u & Co. C. G. 174llaln. '!OBJ.CCO .a.JIVY'j.OTtrJLDI,' 80PPL1U. E. G. & Oo., 23 Third DEA.LEIUI 1ft LBAJ' TOB.A.CCO AIIID )o[.U{U II'ACTURIU\8 OJ' CIGARS. .41berdiD&, G .t. Co., 93 116 Third. L Yl'ICHD1JRG, V .&. Armistead L L. Carroll, J W Langhorne, Geo. W .t Co. Tyree, John a MEL B01JBNE0 .4118. TOBA.COO .6.ND IMPORTERS. Owen, Dudgeon & Arnell, 169 Elizabeth l!I:ONTGOMEBY, &LA.. Warn:n, Burch & Co., 86 & 88 Commerce. N.t:WABK. N. 3. Brintsinghotter W.-'t... & Son, 883 Broad. Campbell, Lane & Co., 96 Broad. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Durno & B e rry, 18 New Levee Street. TOBACCO FACTORS AND OO>f. MERCHANTS. Irby, McDaniel & Co., 130 Gravier. uKIS&.&.NI(0 .N". "1: llANUI' ACTURERS OF riN BCUT CHEWING il'D SMOKL'IG TOB.\.OCO. Pierce, Walter B. PETt:BSBlfBG, VA. Venable S. W & Co. Yollllg, R. A. & Bro., 4 Iron Front Buildings PHILA.DELPHIA. TOB.A.CCO WARUOUSES. Ana,han, M. & Co., 220 North Third B&.'llberger L. & Co., M N Water. Bremer, Lewis, Sons, 322 North 3d Doh.ln & Taitt, 107 Arch. Eisenlobr;Wm. & Co., 117 South Water. Herbert, L., south-east cor. Fourth .and Race. McDowell }[.E. & Co., 89 North Water. Moore, S. & J ., 107 No..U. Water. Sank & Co., J. Rinaldo, 31 N. Water. Schmidt, H., 581 South Second. Teller Brothers, 11 '1 North Third. Vu Schalck B. A., 17 I. 19 North Water flrotbel'l! & Co., 33 N. Water. Doll'ORTER OF HAVANA AND Y.ARA TBI "F81JRTH '' AND ITS SIJGGESTIONS The roourrence of the national 'holiday, hackneyed as many qf its 1pemories may ha c become, should awakd in every 'rde'ctlng mind a of thought that, if w. ave &ny it&t afrection for that gave us birth, mnllt anxiety, it not alarm. The t.obaooo &rae., aa Avniwhing by its inc.lustry and the ju dic.:io'*tl!mployment of capital a large proportion of the is qu1te as deeply interested in the !ntion of LAe .polit.ical and eocial problem!< g the means for tbe end ; let ue not imagine the healthful growing-paiAs of our giant Republic to be tha deatb-thi'oes of its disaolut.ion all the of this immature time-with all the official corruption and penality in high places-with all ToBACCO GIRLS -A few days ago a little.girl, about tbe crime and prostitution and destitution of our thirteen yt!ars of age, was arraigned before Justice life-what American citizen worLhy of 'be name woulcl exShand ley, at the Court of Special Sessione, for stabbing change hiij glorious birthright for citjrenship eitt.er un-a lad of her own age with a sharp tobacco-knife. He sister pleaded in be.behalf; anJ sentence was suspended. der one of the petty revubliCI! into which some prophets Several cases of a similar nature have recently come would divide us, or under the strong sternal governbefore this Court. The are employed in a tobacco ment of enthusiastic theorists. .All strength and fact.ory, and the knives are used by them in their pM.ePnal watdhfulue&R of tb.e SecoJd Ernpirl', cQnld not bos1neas. .---save Franoc 'from draining the .cup of bu presem. 11 A WoaD JI'OR TBII: WEBD.-The Loodon F"w 1 . Journal takes up tbe in defense of t:>bacco. humthatwn to lts very dregs, n? of I" 'fbe sootbiug cigar," it says, "has come to.be the government based on monarchiCal w11l pre-natural sequence to the cruel knife in the army surgery serve a country from being reo, as by an earthquake, and it is now notorious that the ex-Emperor of by the upheavals of the laboring classes. America is derived no small part ?f his political saft!ty pre the only land where the machinations of au "Intervlous to th_e wa from Circumstance that be care. ,, fully supplied With lar_ge allowances of gooJ. national somety u?Ilecessar! to ,for the tobacco--a pnv1lege that was hghly appreciated. down-trodden, the mahenable rights of hfe; liberty and the pursuit of bappilless. Surely the t':Je _P.aAIRia: F years ago, a farm eight past year in Europe teach the lesson in trumpet-tones square, lll Livrngston county, Illinois, was entered to the nations, that permanent social and political by 1118 owner at $1.25 per acre. It is now subdivided into thirty-two farms of 1,280 each, every prosperity can only be enjoyed where the laboring farm run. by diffl:lrent sets of J1ands, the whole classes are free and given some advantages in the under the d1recuon of the owner, Mr. Sullivant. 'l't.ere struggle with capital. As well might one build on the are acres under the plow; 250 of hedge brink of a living volcano as lull one's seif in fancied sefence, besides other fences i 150 miles of ditch for drain curity under a social or governmental system, based 00 a in g One hundred men and four hundred work horses are employed on the farra, besides two book-keepen discontented and mutioolie population. The structure four and eight carpenters. An may rest secure for a time in its perilous position ; account Js kept w1th each sub-farm, and with each man pleasant gal'dens, the shade of trees and murmuring horse, and mule, the animals being all namt!d or num: fountains may even be gathered round it ; but in the and charged th_e amou_nt paid for them and their fc?d _and credited With the1r labor. The entire terrible of emption all these will be ewept with Improvements aud personal property on it away as before a whirlwind and complete and far-reachIS now valued at &bout S2,000,000. ing will be the disaster that will result. There is no European country to-day, prosperou s as some of them FROM No:aT:a CABOLIN.A..-A pliysi may seem, that does not sit with regard to its diBcon-10 N. C., has performed the opera-tiOn of blood a lamb into a human tented masses-for where outRide of .America are tbej body. The subject was an mmate of tae City Hospital not discontented ?-on the very edge of a living vol-who had been for some time past, and who had cano. The eruption may be delayed, bot until the lately seemed 10 danger of death from mere exhaustion is removed it will be daily and hourly im-When laid upon the table he 'was too weak to talk. minent. and appeared to have but a few hours of life lett him. When hie vein was opened but one drop of blood Let us, therefore, on the return of another national fell from if. 'l'he carotid artery of the lamb was opened anniversary, give thanks that we live under a governa_nd the forced from thence by the palpita ment liberal without encouraging licentiousness, and of a .small glass tube wholesomely conservative without fbundering in the mto the patients cephahc vem. In this wav about eight f h h d f ounces was conveyed from the -lamp to the ruts o t oug t an aolton o past generations. Let us man. The operation was entirely successful and it is not be le jnto mistaking the errors almost insepar-not only ,.-exnected that the patient who a nearo able from raptd development for the permanent blem":ill but that be will hereafte; produce 8 isbes and weaknesses our system. nor f merino wool. Our safety for the futnre lies neither in the miscalled --'strength" of imperialism, nor in the cert-ain wealt- THE .oBAcco 9.uantity of chewing toba.cc9-sbtpped from RIChmond Ju bond from 1st of Oc-neases and contentions of divided and, necessarily hoe t;.er to lst of May waa: tile Republics. Let us rather reatiM that in u'iii.'on #r: 5,726,868 lbs. alone ie true strength, and perfecting of repatd by stamps .. .. ........... 3,292,094 that Constitntion which, while ----- 1 <;> 9 018,962 pr1nc1p es as it came from the hands of its framers, is The May business was: still in its details amenable to the improvements which a Shipped in bond ............. 1,017,023 higher civilization and human progress may suggest. Prepaid .... : ............... 729 ,S54 Herein is our only hope for the future and the realiza----1,746,877 t th h 1 f TTotalto1stofJune,.I871 ............. 1 o,7 65 ,849 wn-nay, e more t an rea u:atton-o the brightest d f b ii h f li R h. o same date 1S70 .................. 8 792 497 ,, reams o t e at en o t e epu he. They not only 1 S69 .................. 5: 781' 620 builJed wiser than tbey..knew, but their plans were des ". 1S68 .................... 3,967:651 tined to be perfected through instrumentalities which Smce_Ist of_ October only 100 lbs of smoking tobacco they could not even have imagined. It is a glorious were shipped 10 bond. The quantity prepared by stamps from that date privilege to live in times when these plans are so nearly T 1 t f M 1 d d b d o .s o ay was .................... 701,0711bs. rea 1ze an to e permitte to foresee with keen vision, Dunng May sh a .... ..... .... ... : ........ 122,420 that the bark launched amid so many difficulties and 1ppe m boLd ...................... 10" doubts is destined to bear down the stream of time the dearest interests of unborn millions-the future denizens of the mighty West-a& safely as it did those of the brne l:land that siJned with trembling fingers the charter of our liberties, and through long years of toil and SPffering, never bated one jot of heart or hope in waiting tor that recognition that came at last Total to lst of J on.e, 1871 ............ .. -To same date 1870 .................. 8711674 1869 ........... -... ... 367,229 1S68 .................. 124,815 The May business of 1 87 0 was: Chewing-Shipped in bond ........... 794,580 Prepaid ....... .......... 669,357 a 1 w b" Total .................... 1,463,937 ..eve nemM as mgton Territory has passed Smoking-Prepaid ........... ; ....... 88,513 a probtbit?ry law the sale of tci6acco oii Sun j The amount expended for stamps in May 1871 was day, copymg the ngta. code of chew-day-ism. $253,140.52. 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    How AN ANTI ToBwcoiTE wAS .80 a tory told, says Cope's Tobacco Plant, of a formite and Aotl-Tobaccoite wh1ch may pr amuamg to lovers of the weed. Those excel!dmgiJ and cantankerous specimens of mankind ani eo thoroughly imbued with the spirit of oppcl81tton tb" they even _become In to" the qu.,ry put m conformtty Witt\ railway Do you object to smokmg, sir?" tboAe fog!es reply-" Yel!, I do object to smok1og, s!r, and I wont b":ve smok10g in sir; and you do smoke, str,_l will call the ga'atd at th& next statton and have you PJected, s1r, and--and ---oh' The subject of our anecdotewhom we will name Jones, eo as not to btm with any other person---purposed taklUg a tnp b J rail fmm London to Lnerpool, and notahle hght coat and"' h1te hat wnh Jones ms1de of them, we1 e stowcrl l.wav, >Hth a va8t quantity of h1s luggage, by Jones htmself 1n a. comfo1 table compartment shared by fivll other members of his own sex: twD from the other s1de of the Atlanllc, two Enghsh comme1cml tlavellers, and au y an Eall, a Marq ur, or at a 1\lajor. Of course, J oues P.ccm ed a place With back to the engine, out IllS so as to inconvenience every one else. stowed away h1s ctnmney pot anr1 mounted a velvet turban---then settled to reThe gnmil waved h1s hand, the eng me rieked the first tar of" God save the Queen," the peop ,l,c stood back and tned to the runng s1gh, walls, hou ses b1 trees and telegraph-poleH tlew past and the London Express was makmg tracks tor L ive/p ool. Jones wa>< clos1ng b1s weary eyeli ds :when" whiz" went a u:atcb,and be saw---actually saw wtth his owu eyes, as he related afterwa1ds---an Impu dent Amencan llghting a y:u d of 10Hed Tobacco-leaf. Well, 1f 1t was not a ya1d, It was vtry near It However, Jones wide awake m a moment With the Of a row and be in an anthontative tone, those 'T k h '" memorable wo1 ds "Yon SH{;\N sq10 e ere, Sir. "We'll see," rejomed be of the New World ye here, old vinegar plant, I intend to butn th1s ptece of bacca, and my countryman w1ll bm n the -hand ing his friend another CJgar of undue proporllons, and passing b1s fusee-box to the compa:ry, who a\alled tbemsel, eti of the opportunity, the Earl, or Mat q uis, or Major or Cattle-salesman--It would be d1fficult to say a "rale Dublin clay" varnished black w1th l ong usP, and not at all savonng of nob1hty. It was in vam for Jones to protest and threaten; there 'lfere five open valves pulling forth clonds ofsmokt>, \1 hJCh IJung about the clo8e compartment hke thtck curta1ns from the bedstead of Once be threw down the wmdow, but it was Immediately aftetwards closed because ot the draught Once he opened the ventilator, but Jonathan closed that lt!arJDg It might draw up all lhe bau from the top of his head. Jones now had a taste of au unenviable hereafter---for where there is fire there is smoke! But now the slacken in!< speed tells of the near approach of Rugby, and Jones' swells wttb thoughts ot reHnge To see those rebellious. five ignomimoiJsly l'jected and Jones master of the pos1t10n "ill repay h1m for all his dt11composure. The station 1s jjust in sight, and Jones is for an outbu1st of indt"natiOn when out go the p1pes, alter a farewell pull; out the go the cigar stumps, and the carriage reeks with smoke no one the of Tobacco about him. The Transatlantic gentleman ad v:Mlr.es to the wmdow as the train ghdes into the station, 11alute.s the and makes th1s startlwg comlamt :-" Ht! s1r, come here You see this old_ fn white l1e's neaily smoked us all out, and he sa1d he d be daJDed tf he did'nt do It." "Yes, he defied the re gulatiOns," adds the second ; "And says No. 3; "Not even common pohte?ess, 10 No.4; "And by the samts he's spoilt mt apttyte, asaerts No 5. It lB m vain for J cnes to ]Jrotest; the w01d {)f five to one ts a complete crusher Jonea and h1s bag gage are Eummanly 1emoved, and as he quits the car nage w1th t.he station-maste1's a1m link.:d considerately in his and a body of porters followmg w1th the bag gage the I11sh' nobleman" produces h1s Dublin clay, and 1t after the ejected and dejected one, cries Here 1 ye1 dhtrty pipe along wtd ye." Jones has 11ever since ventured into a carr1age where he observed lobe :talent of _<\merica and Ireland eombmed BENJ PAYN oF ALBANY BRINGS A Yomm RAsCAL TO Boo&.-A young gentleman who was born in .c1ty in the year 1&57, has. recently achuwed notonety 'In Albany and Troy. H1s name IS Abram Anthony, :a.lthoucrh latterly be bR.S been dubbed VIscount Audlony." He was a boy, learning to read wheu be was but tour years old, and even at that early age reflismg-so his grandmother says-to eat bts before be bad read the newspapers and ascer tained the pr1ce of gold be was a terrible infant. About tv. o years ago, having recentlv become an orphan he went to Troy and hved with his grandmother' from whoio be stole things, and in whose name he goods under false pretences. H1s grand mother took exception to tbia, and he left her 10 disgust a few months ago, intendmg to make his fortune in .Albany But he went not thtther, be10g w1ley; he >tut to open a store at the he bad htred the Home Lawn Hotel. He went to Mr. Payne, the toba('comst, and ordered 01gars. Mr. Payne su8pected that all was not right, and wrote to :Mr Gore, and then the precoCious lad was arrested It seemed preposterous that a boy of 14 yea1s bad alone bmlt up Ruch a scheme, and when a detectl\'e asked h1m to explam be boldly sal(}, "You dare not tlend me to jar! and then sa1d be had backers m N e\"" Yorl among were Judge Barnard and Sheriff ()Br:en Other mfinite hes he told Wlrat is true, however is tb!lt he IS a smart boy who has got mto trouble.' Probably be will be sentenced to prison when tthll Alhany County Gr-and Jury meets, although se\ .eralgentlemen have interested themselves in lns behalf. OH CARRY liE BAcK "-The Danv1lle Register iltates that marly of the colored folks who left that part {)f Vtrgmia tor the ''Cotton States" are returmng;. It says One or the returned is Rev. Henry Barksdale (colored), who left the factory of Pace & Stovall and took some hands With btm to the Red river country in Arkansas to rai 1 e cotton Not _gettmg &uddeuly rich, and not hking that country as well as be preached his way back to Dauvlile and DOW has a bench in the factory be left He Will proba. bl.v be content to make Cavendish and Twist the balance -of his days. LA:RGE RECEIPTS OF JNTERN.I.L REVENUE -The amount of internal revenue collected thus far during the present fiscal yeat IS at moot $139,000,000, and the CoftlrnissJOner estimated that it would amount to about 8146,000,000 by the fhot of th1s month 'l'his 1s $20,000,000 more than Aflr Delano esttmatcd m h1s report last December, and sbcows au mcrcase of about 16 per cent in business of the from which mteroa.l revenu40' 1s denved. As the p1oduct1on of wh1sky o-reatly fallen off, the Ill other branches must l'i'ave been coostderaiDy greate1 a11d especially in tobacco. A GEORGIA mau incun ed the deriSion of his townsmen by shooting at hts Wlfc twenty-seven times wttbout Jutting her. TOBACCO LEA F. ." The Qifcular of Me .a. STOO. OBA {> :MARDT. emariet not o Y NEW YOBII: JNSP ARE-for France, and aome 105 .lolgilmd of better qualities ) new tlktuNII A eteady deman old C nt I uCl. and llaUMhuset.&a 'lftltppers, aua a tair for NEW YO'&If. !fULl" 3 new fillereaad eeoondll ben prevm allar-WuWn IAifl Tobabdo ...-'l'be eales of the paat llllontlt aoteri.Jiti011. The inqutr,for ot,Jl., Jr.1o&s bas been very are callecl '1,309 hhda, of 'fhleh 4,200 bhda were for moderate, exceptillg onlf, tbat admolated b7' fi:vorab}e ezport, ud _!,800 to jobbel'8. cutters and mane-accounts ot a f!lw amallsbipmeate abroad of \Y1SOODBID factururs. 'lbe reoeipt.a 13,632 IBrgely for Seed Lea lively ballDese haa been transacted ia &bat reshipment to and Germany, nports, 11,683 sort. Sal;s--crop 1 B6D, Connecticut and Massachusetts, hbds, stock tn walehouse decreased 1,028 bhds Prices 800 cs, 1569, Pennsvlvania, 100 cs, 1870, ConnectiCut impruved t to lc during the month, as ))llfOIIl reported and Massachusetta, 1,000 cs; 1870,'New York, 500 Ctlj and marltet firdl. but quiet. We he&r of 1810, Pennsylvania, 400 01!; 1870, Oh10, 700 cs, 1870, notbtng done thta the near approach of tliC Wisconsin and other Western, 1,000 os; total, 4, '!00 s. l:;ofiday lntertering. Our IM small and Export ot Seed Leaf smce 1, 1871, 1,082 cs, poor! y aasorted, and on less 1 ep 1emsbed, a forced. 0 JUllnu-same t1me last year, 6,045 ca. t10n of business must 'be the result Spanish -Havana contmues in active demand, and tot week id wook 3d wee k 4th week 5th week r9tal the Sllies com priMe 600 bales at 88c to $1 07-a Jan 572 '192 '139 897 3 000 advance over re('ent quotatwns. The unfavcelpts ot old Tobacco continue qu1te Total........ 13,465 and we have to quotations as thll Nay, hhelal reach 4 500 bales for home 1,000 Delivered since .. 4,338 we bear prophecies of still h1gher figure's, but tt would bale8 were transhipped and 200 bales sold in bond, for seem thl) exigencies of manufactuung the Canada, from 35 to 37c, gold, per pound. parcel operation of the law of supply and demand, tnterof 100 bales of Yara was drsposed of at P. T., othllrwtse 462 19 3,242 1 Virginia-There have been 11ales to extent of about --100 hogsheads low and nondEscript grades. There 33 ll,97il 1s a demand for ncb and decided shipping leaf and lugll, 4,35'7 but in absence of offerings the market 18 inactive BOSTON, JuLY 1-The The stock of Western is matenally reduced, and 9,6 22 holders are rea.hzmg better prices the remnants on band July 1, fere and prevent a retm n to the famme figures of laMt the arucle 1s Without change" 1871........ 9,127 443 Brooklyn lospection-Stock J uoe 1, 18'71. ............ 19 Received since. . . . ....... 33 5,741 3,194 Buyers are crnvassmg very actively for round lots, but summer The whole suhJPCt 1s, however, very obscure, .Manufa ctured-The market cqntinues quiet with and it IS d1fficult and to mdulge largely large rece1pts of bngbt work Dunng tbe week some m prediCtiOns. By all tll'e md1Cat10ns, leal should be de-orders for this class of goods were filled to go to Call pressed rather than actn P, and fall uy t be pressure of fornia, hut as the demand in that quarter 1 s becoming Total . . . 8, 935 1ts own receipts 'fhe fo1 e1gn ma1 kcts are very fluctuating and unsatisfactory, the wisdom of sb1pDelivered s1uee ..................... 3, I 07 I the of the Eastern and W.estern markets is no mducement for growers or shippers to forward supphes. Hence new lots will only come forward in tM .,ven& of a higher and str<>nger tone to the market. With the art1cle, and as the conRurnptlve ments of goods-that are ch1efly cons?med there is more demand greatly InJUred by the of the block-than dou lttfnl This remark apphes particularly to aders, pnces are l?w and trade IS fiat In the face of bright sixteen and twelve tw1st and to fours and th1s! however, leaf 1s mountmg upward-or, at least, the fives, for makmg which many of the des1rable seem wilhng to pay alseem at present to have a mama. Even 1!1 caseH where most any pncu that may be asked Such. IS our VIew the lumps have already been commenced, 1t wtll be well of the matter, and a very plaustble o_ne It JS but we to exeicJse cautw'n as 1t would be the be1gbt of folly to tbmk the nse can be explamed notwltbstandJDg. In ptlc up a stuck of th1s class ot work in their market to the first place, rt IS to be observed that only the scarce meet a demand that does not exist. grades are _sought at advanced figures Fo_r the ab!ln-As to the futur"V a. quiet July wtll probably be expe dant quahbes no decent figures can be obtamed, ow10g neuced unless the exporters again commence operations to the fact that they are not wanted. Now 1t happens and the Southern trade revives These two events every pound of bright wrappers and "smokers" that may not unreasonably be expected at any time from have thus far been marketed, and prvbably every pound the m 1 ddle to the end of the mouth. Indeed a rumor that w1ll be, must be purchased by the manufacturers, attributed an intention on the part of the Spanish buy legttiruate and tllegitl_mate to meet even the demand ers for Cuban ports to begin purchasing during the that ex1sts The fact IS that the consnmpt1on of manupresent week but mquiry among some dozen houses facttued and smoking tobacco has la1gely 1ncrease.d disclosed tbe'fact that no orders have as yet been re witbin the past five years, and even" hen bus mess 18 ceived. J:t'or this trade black quarters of good quahty comparatively dull, the manufacturers Will easily cona 1 e needed such as command about 18c. The cheap sume all tbeln:ight wrappers and bnght "smokers" in stuff that tb1s directwn last Wmter and Sprmg a crop sq defic1ent in both a\J that of seems to eventually foa,Z its way. in qonstderable quantities, it have beEin Aga!D, 1t must remembered th'lt the is understood to Mexico by bemg smu"'gled m coastmg blockaders buy as well as the manufaeturerM vessele. "' They must all have the raw mateTJa! whether the Smoking -Conthmes fair for tbts t1me of year, and government ts cheated 10 the sale of the goods mau!lorders come in with sufficient rapidity to keep trade factured or not. No observer of market w1ll from utter stagnation The manufacturers v.-ill probably pretend that the consumptton of Cavendrsh bas decreaE soon eommence to complam of priCes, owmg to there ed at the far Sourh th_ougb out N ortheru manufacturers cent rise in bright "smokers." have almost ceased, m many Instances, to sell to that. Otgars -Business 1s tolerable though none of the sectiotl When sound !ohacco 18 off:e1 ed at .Mobile at manufacturers are unusually busy. A bttle more am38r. per lb. and very fa1r work at Macon, Ga, at 45c, mation it is thought would not be distasteful. as we are af!Sured, on the best is the case, ca:n Gold opened at I lSi and closed at 113t any one be m dGubt as to why the New York market 1s l:iO;change is eteady. shown the oold shoulder by Southern o; fail to We quote:-B1Jls at 60 days on London, 110@110# understand bow the demand may have actually mcreasfor commercial, llOf@llOi for bankers', do at sh01 t ed m the Gull States, wb1le t?e supplyfr0m th1s m.arket sight, 110!@111!, Paris at 60 days, 5.16!@5 15, do may have largely I allen off? Thus we can see how, ID the at short sight 5 11i@6 10i ; Antwerp, 5 20@5.15, e.vent of a crop-that IS deflCJent tn certam 5 17t@5 13t, Hamburg, 36@36-f; Amterdam, 40!@ em;d grades-:-pnces for leaf may be almost up.to 4 1i; Fraoklrot, 40!@41!, Bremen, 79@79t; Prussian, standard, wh1le the pr1ce for manufactured m certam thalcrs, 71i@72. markets may be very low. Ji1relgltts are stronger, both in the demand and m Seed Leqf-The sales of the week have included pnces. 'l'he engageru"lnts were as follows:-To Liv 350 cs 1870 Connecticut and :Mas achusetts fillers and erpool per sail, 200 hbds at 20s; to Antwerp, 100 hhds seconds on pnvate terms, 26 cs 1870 W1sconsm wrap-at 30s to Bremen per steamer, 100 hbds at 20 to 30s, pers do; 300 Cl'l 18'70 State do, 200 cs old 300 at $1.00 50 at 20s. 100 cs 1870 Ohio 35c to u5c in all 976 OS. It will of oeed lear tobacco are cantioned agalnot accepttnll' out fi d d b reported oaleo and qnotatlooe or eeed lea! as fllrnlbiDg tbe prlcea th&r be seen that t.be COJ:mecticut llers an secou s are e ; olaonld be obtained by them at llret hand Growe.-. cannot expect to aell mg grad a ally worked off. though at prices not as yet their cropalor tbe same prlC811 ae are obtained on a re oale or the crop here Of eouNe every re NJe ma:st be a taD advaDce, and therefore the price obtain made pu blio We infer, f1 om w bat we know of the able by the growers will alwaye be eomewhat lower than oar quotatl011.1 b ed b b H f d k b h Q .UOTATION!! OF WBOLBSALB PRICES figures o tatQ y t e art or pae ers, t at t ey w .. r.rn-Ligbt rear 1\'>unt.ta-maoNn-BmGHT. were high. The Wisconsm-tbe best of wh1ch y1eld Shtpploe, eommon laeo 6 @ Extra A11u 46 @150 d h b fi d b S 1 Common leaf 7 @ 8 :Fine !17 @33 IS r epolte to ave een very ne, an t e tate a so llecttam s @ 9 Good ?8 begin to find buyer!! and will probably continue to be Good 9 @ MedllllD .. liO '. Fine ., 10 @II Common 11 fi more or less dealt 10m the nnmed1ate future. Obto sells Belectlona 11 Monldy -0 1 b'l p 1 t 'I J t d Llgllt lull" 7)0@10 Llgllt Preesed, extra line 46 sparmg y, w 1 e ennsy vama IS emporan y neg ec e do do 1ear.. 1 o @18 LtebtPreosed,llne .. 85 indeed. coosiderina the high prices asked for all leaf of Heavy leaf ThlrUo-In'orw g<> Flllero_, o l d It 15 C<>mmo11 Claaro .. H oo @18 oo d d d h l h 11 'll do new 18)0 15 Cheroolf anil SLxeo 10 00 @12 00 au secon s,an ten onyw en seers werew1 mg rennarlvanoa&eduaf.-Snuff-ll.aecoboy -lllt@-OO to meet buyers. Old Connecticut and .M:assachubetss Wrappero, old .. .. 112 @10 Kuppce, French -oo do new 35 @46 do fine plain -35 wrappers were qmte acttve, resultmg m seve1al ttans-Averagelote, old 22)0@25 scotch & Landy foot .-811 oo actiOilS which cleaned the mal ket ot the bulk _of these .. ol3 new i; 'rr Gentleman::= 31 gg so1 at somewhat better pnces. State seed IS firmly do new 1BJO@I5 L""'""" Gold b ld 'h t I I t t I Oh' Ohio &ell L'aj-II & M .. 24 e WI. OU any arge Sa es 0 repor n 10 Wrappera oJd 2't @40 Don Qujote i16 tobacco there was more doing, holders showmg a do new il6 @45 La Corona de &pana 26 P l h Averaee loto, old .. .. 21)0@25 B M M 28 d1sposmon to meet buyers ennsy vanta met wtt a do do new 16 Ex re8ned 8i steady jobbmg 10quiry, but no new of mo ca':'!'" ment. W1sconsm was more act1ve, the attentiOn of the F'Drrifl'TI-"C & A" 8'15lbs net l!9Jt trade bdng directed to it by the sale of 400 box:es m one 4oo lbe net.:: :"' P arcel The sales compnse 1,600 cs Connecticut and do do Fine 9'1'Jtll1 ocs J c 1 Ca". 18 7 0 y.,.. @ "Yonrrla" 26K Ma5sacbu811etts, 12t, 17i, 21, 23, 37!, 40, 4 52c; 30 Yara 1 a.u Cat, 1186t 1 oo @l 02X "Z A;" ll801bs ll3 cs State 18ll 22 25c 700 cs Ohio 12! 18! 19 Yara n Cnt 115 @I 110 "MP ll3 11, .-, ' -Tax ate por po1111d uR R." 28 22c, 600 cs Pennsylvania, 13t, 22t, 25c, 600 cs Wts-"W.S."... .... .. .. .... 11 Stock in the Brooklyn Inspection Warehouse, July 1, 1871. ............................ 6 ,828 Total stock, July 1, 1871. . .. ........ 16,440 From the port of New York to foreign ports, other than European ports, for the week ec.dmg June 27, were as follows: Argentine Republic: 10 cases, a231 'Bnt1sb West Ind1es 7 hhds. $2,000, 71 bales 8'724; 6,381 lbs mfd, 81,130 Seed leaf is in fair demand at full prices, Havana is the "stocks on band being very small. The were 80 hhds, 115 bales and cases, aad 584 boxes The exports were 20 hhds, 42 bales to Africa, 204 ca$es to J,iverpool; 2 bhds, H boxes, 5 cases to the Br1tisb North Amerioan Colonies; 4 cases to Port Spam ; 95 bales to Port Au Prinoe; b bales to .A.ux Ca yes. CINCINNATI, JULY 1.-Mr. "' n. I I .. llll ... l'lf> porter of the Cmcionati Tobacco AEsociatJOn, writes as tollo-vs: Canada 2 $90. Cisplatiue Repubho .292. Messrs. Boughner, Brooks & Co., offered 218 hbds at 20 case 8'700 ., 10 bales, the prices 149 bhds new Mason and Brack-.., en counties common to fine cutting l40'af 6 at *5 90 to 6 95; 25 at 7 to 7.9S, 24 at 8 to 8.85; 10 at 9.05 Cuba 16,399 mfd, Dutch West Indies 12 bales, 1112, $2,289. 8 952 lbs mfd, to 9 85, 11 at 10 to 10 75; 15 at 11 to 11.76 13 at 12 to 12.75; 11 at 13 to 13.'75, '1 at 14 to 14 75; 8 at I;; to Haytt 8 bales, 1118. Venezuela 1 hhd, 1218; 3,313 lbs mfd, 1931 To European ports for the week endmg July 4: Antwerp 268 hbds Bordeaux 306 hbds. :Bremen. 785 100 cases, 74 bales. G1braltar 245 bbds, 197 cal:lCS E1jan 362 hhds Glasgow: 26 bhds. Hamburg 75 hbds, 287 balea, 23 cases cigars. Havre 62 bhds Liverpool 471 bhde, 140 trcs, 6Tl pgs, 94 boxes London : 382 hhds, I 7 trcs, 83 pg 15 75,5 at 16 to 16.75; 4 at 17 to 17 75;3 at 18 to 18 50; 3 at 19 to 19.50; 2 at 22.25 to 24.5.2.;_0. hh!l new Rob ertson county common trash to g6oa'fea.tf f at'tr.'IO;''S at '; 1 o to 7.1'>6; 5 at 8 to 8.86, 3 at 9.45 to 9.96; 4 at 10 to 10.7!-, 8 at 11 to 11.75, 6 at 12.25 to 12.75; 3 at 13 to 13 25; 2 at 14 to 14.25, 6 at 15 to 19; 5 hhds new Pen dleton county trash to oommon }p,af at 6 70 to 8.95, 12, 12, 12 25; 21 hhds Owen country trash to good leaf. 4 at 7.b0 to 7.95, 4at 8 to 8.70 ; 2 at 980 to 18 75,3 at 12 to 12 75. 3 at 13 to 14 50, 3 at 15. to 15 75, 2 at 16 25 to 17.25; 2 hbds new Wel!t Vtrginia common leaf at 7 to 7.40 Messrs. Ph1ster & Brother offered 65 hhds at the fol-lowing prices: 48 hhds new Mason and Bracken counmPORTS. t1es common trash to good leaf. 2 at 6.90, 8 at 7.10 to The arrivals at the port of New York from foreigu 7.85, 7 at 8 to 8 50, 5 at 7 to 9 85; 5 at 10 to 1Q.'75, 3 portsfortheweek ending July 4, included the following at 11 25'to 11 50; 4 at 12 to 12 75, 3 at 13 25 to 13.75; consignments 4 at 15,50 to l4 75; 6 at 15.50 to 18.75; 2 at 10.50 to Glasgow: J Goebel & Co, 200 boxes pipes order, 19 '75. 1 bhd new Owen county common trash at 15; Z 109 cases, do 950 boxes do bhds new &outhern Kentucky lugs at $6 to 7 95; 4 hbds London 18 bale!! tobacco new West Vtrgima lugs and leaf at *6.90, 7.10, 8.30 H.ott rdam: G. A. Sp1ermg, 1 box mgars; Polhans J. 9.50 Paul, 300 boxes pipes; Hermann Ba.rjer & Bro, 676 Meosrs Wayne & Co., offered 303 hhda, 3 bxs do, 100 baskets d'> at the following prices: 163 hhds new Mason and Havana DeBary & Khng, H cases cigars; Howard Bracken count1es leaf, lugs and trash: 8 at 6.20 to 6.90 Ives, 4 do, Purdy & NICholas 11 do; Godeffroy, 27 at 7 t'o 7 90; 19 at 8 to 8.90; 14 at 9 to 9 90, 14 at 10 Brancker&Co.,Gdo; L"E Amsinck & Co., 5 do; to1075;21at11to1175; llat12 tol2.75; 16 atl3 J. R. Mesa & Co., 4 do, S. Lmiugton & do, Rah-to 13 75; u at 14 to 14. '75; 5 at 15 to 15. 7t>; 4 at 16 to mer & Co, 1 do, Coli & Caldet,2 do; Felix: GarCia, 2 do; 16 75, 6 at 17 to 17. 76, 4 at 19.75 to 22. 24 hbds new Hagan & Billing, I do; Ackllrmann llr Co, 1 do; W. Pendletcu county common trash to ffne leaf: 7 at 7 to H. Wrlson, 1 do, Thos. J. Rayner & Co, 5 do' Cbas. 7 75, 3 at 8 to 8 90; 2 at 9.65 to 9.80; 3 at 10 to 10. 75; 4 T Bauer & Co., 4 do; W F. Mrlton & Co 1 do at 11 to 12.75; 3 at 13.50 to U; 2 at 15.'75 to 20 '15. 13 Lewis, Philip & John Frank, 1 do; Thos Irwin & Sons, bbds new Brown county,. Ohio, trash to good leaf at 1 do; Robert E Kelly & Co, 9do, C B R1chard & 7.95, 845,7 50, 10, 10.75, 10,76, 11, 11.25, 13.75, 15,75, Bros, 2 do; Pa1k & T1lford, 52 do; J G. Walsh, 1 16.25, 16 75, 17. 75. 82 hbds new Owen county common do, Austin Baldw1o & Co, 1 do; R. S Latorrt\ 1 do, trash topne cutting leaf: 5 At '1.25 to 7 85; 6 at 8 05 to 2 do W. H. Thomas & Bro .. 33 do, 2 do' 8 90, 10 at 9 to 9 90; 5 at 10 to 10.75; 5 at 11 to 11.75; Acker, Merrill & Condtt, 11 do, 1 do; G W. Faber, 10 12 at 12 to 12 75; 6 at 13 to 13 '75; 5 at 14 to 14 '75; 8 do, 1 do smoking tobaQco; Atlantic S. S Co, 240 at 15 to 1 5.75, 2 at 16.25; 4 at 17 to 17 50, 3 at 18 to bales, 5 cases mgars; order, 311 do, l do. 18 75, 3 at 19.75 to 20.75, 5 at 21 to 21.75, 3 a& 23.75 to DoHESTIO RECEJPTR 24. 2 bxs new Owen county common trash at 6 30 to 1 b f N y k ., b k 7.5.5 3 hhds new Kenton C{)nnty and scraps at The arr,va s at t e porto ew or .or_t e wee 3 60: 6.75, '1 25, 1 hhd new Southern Indiana trash at endmg July 3, were as tollows :-By the Erie Railroad: H.. L Ma 1tland & Co, 49 hhds; $6.85. 2 bhds new We11t Vuginia leaf at 18.10 to 9.55, Drew & Crockett, 4 do, Kremelberg & Co, 35 do, 1 box new West Virginia lugs at 4, 15 hhds new East Hermann Brothers & Co, 12 do, J. P. Qutn & Co., 64 Vtrginia leaf common to fine bright wrappers at a10 '75, do; A c. L. & 0 Myer, 63 do; E .M:. Wrrght, 284 do; 11.75,12 25, 14 60, 15, 15.75, 17, 1'7, 19, 21.25, 22.25, Blakemort, Mayo & Co, 12'7 do; Pollard, Pettus & Co., 28 75, 33 25, 35, 40 do; J. K. Smith & Son, 56 do, W. White & Co., Messrs Power & Clayton offered 1 '76 hhds at the fol21 do; Henderaon Brothers, 142 do; Sawyer, Wallace lowing prices: 84 bhds New Mason and Bracken coun & Co, 119 do; C B Fallen stein & Co., 34 do; Norties common trash to good cutting leaf, 4, at *5.85 to too, Slaughter & Co, 27 do, F. W. Tatgenhorst & Co., f} 15; 9 at '1 to 17.85, 11 at 8 to 8.90; 5 at 9 to 9 90, 7 at 23 do; B. C. Baker, Son & Co., IO do; Peter D. Col10 to 10. 75; 12 at 11 to 11. 7G; 7 at 12 to 12.50; I3 at 13 lins 2 do; W. H Goodwin & Co, I2 do; P. Lorilla.rd to 13. 75; 3 at 14 to 14.25; 3 at 16 to I6.26; 4 at 17 to & Co, 52,do, Guthrie & Co. 7 do; A. H. Cardozo & 17 50, 3 at 18 to 18 50; 2 at 19 to 19 50; 6 hods new Co., 6 do; C. E. Hunt & Co. 2 do ; Barclay Livingston, Pendleton couaty at 17.55, 8.45, 8 55, 9.15, 16. '15, 5 hhds 16 do; J. D Ketlly, Jr., 198 do; D. C. Swut 202 do; G new Hamson county at 17.90, 8.11S, 9, 9.651 12. 75; 65 L. Carry, 3l! do; Chase, Isherwood & C.:o, 15 pgs; Kuchbbds new Owen county trash, lugs and leaf: 6 at a6.95 Ier, Gall & Co., 19 do, order, 283 bhds, 27 pgs. to 7.65; 7 at 8 to 8.30, 3 at 910 to 9. 15, 10 at 10 to 10 By the RIVer Railroad. S M. Parker & Co, 75; 6 at 11 to 12.75; '1 at 13 to 13. '76; 3 at 14.25 to U 12 hhds; EM Wright, 3 do; G. B. Lichtenberg, 181 '75; 4 at 15 to 15 75; 6 at 16 to I8; 4 at I9to 19 76; 4 at pgs; Schroeder &Bon, 187 do; order, 45 do. 28 to 24; 1 box new Owen county traah at $4.10; 15 By the Natwnal L10e: Kremelberg & Co,. 274 hhds; hhds new Brown county trash and lugs at $6.65, 6.65, Sawyer, Wallace & Co, 96 do; Pollatd, Pettus & Co., 6 65, 6 70, 6.86, '710, '1.10, 7.10, 7.35, 7 56, 7 60, 8 10, 297 do; Blakemore, Mayo & Co, 240 do'; P. Lorillard & '9, 9 35, 9 75, 10 25, 5 bbds new Southern, Kentucky, .at Co., 24 do, A D. Chockley & Co., 37 do; E P.Free87.90, 8.45; 10 at 10 to 11.'75; 7 hhds new West VIrman & Co 14 do C. B Fallenstein & Co., 'TO J. inia at $5 80, 5.86, 6.90, 7.80,8.60, 9, II; 6 box:es nelf K Smith &Son 1'5 do A H Cardozo & Co o est at 15, 6 25; 7,20, 7 60; 8 at 8. 1 ... ._,'t"WR. L. :Maitland & Co, 5 do, Drew & Crockett, 13 do, .Messrs. nartes B dmann & Co. offered 245 hbds, 25 E. M Wright, 55 do R. 0 Edwards 26 do, Renderboxes as follows 196 hhds new Mason & Bracken son Brothers, l do; N ortoo, Slaughter & Co, 5 do; Bar counties trash, lugs and leaf, 10 at $5 25 to 6 95; 26 at ciay_ L1vingston 12 do; F1eldmg, Gwyuu & Co 16 do; 7 to 7 96, 16 at 8 to 8.95; 15 9 to 9 85; 8 at 10 to 10 J H Gllliott 12 do A. C. M. Londvn, 12 do 75; 23 at d to 11.75, 18 at 12 to 12.75; 15 at 13 to 13. By the Camden and Amboy Railroad G W Hill75; 16 at 14 to 14.75; 17 at 15 to 15. '75; 9 at 13 to 16. mau & Co. 5 pgs. 76; 5 at 17 to 17.25; 9 at 18.25 to 18.'15; 8 at 19 to 19. BALTIMORE, JUNll 24.-Messrs. C. Loose & Co., 50, 4 at 20.25 to 20,,5; 3 at 21.50 to 22.25; 1 box: new commission merchants and dealers in leaf tobacco, reMason county trash at $11 90; 2 hbds new Owen county port: Our mar#et for Maryland keeps active, tho?gh tras_h to common leaf at *'7 60, 12 24 hhds new southern business is rather restricted on account of small reoe1p'ts lnd1ana trash and logs: 11 at a6,35 to 6. 95, 6 at '1 to which continue on the decrease, as is usual during 7.90; 4. at 8.30 to 8.35; 3 at 9.40; 23 hbds new Weat the llarvest period. Prices very firm yet; of Virgmm logs and leaf: 6 at a5.86 to 6. '75; '1 at 'T to '1. Ohio receipts are liberal and the market steady. Sales 80, 7 at 8.05 to 8.96; 4 at 9 to 10,50, 3 Jio:z:es new West

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    THE I T O.BA. C g 0 L E.A.P. Virginia luge aclleafat t6 20, '1,&0, 10 50; 21 boxes Christian coanty leaf at 6; 19 leaf, THill PRESS ON THE TlilOJINJCAL ORDER. -The THs TI:RRTBLI. DEGRADATIGN oi-'f'JB PtwNBYJ.VJ.IUA. new Ohio seed-le&t lugs, lllel"ll and wrappers 4 at t6 .7 6 lup and $1Mb at 5.10 to 1.4; 24 bhd1 leaf Bull.ettn of th1sei'Y, co s tlOrrespondentbf arorsl Pennvlvama organ to U.76; 2 ,at.l3.50. to 11.75; 2 at. 13 50 to 14.25; 4 at rid ltlga at 6.60 o ll.ft,i. hhcls Barren county leaf Pleasanton has JS$ted very lltDSlble fitcula IM\er of In-thiJS The piCture 1sm4eed atermbleoneandcauses 16 to 17.25; 4 at 22 to 25.25, 4 at 26 to 2S; 3 at 29 23; and lugs at 6 to 7 60; 4 hhds 'Sreckenridge county leaf struction to the al tlleers of lhe lnteJIUIJ us tttb&wlaldntflforan omon Ma EorroR The besettmg 29 50, 80:&0 at 8 to 9.60; 7 bbds Breckenridge county lugs at 5 35 to Revenue serv1ce, conve.rmg certain 1ostrucuons wh1ch, 1f smofPennsylvamans seems to he smokyrg. Mypat1ence 1s LOUISVILLE, .fUNIC 25.-We report a strong d 6. 70; 8 hhds Bader county leaf at G. 50 to 1 O, 6 hhdt observed, as he doubtless Intends tb.iy shall be, will go f ?II gone.v1th tlieJIUl>erable, smoke. It mand for all grades, both leaf ar:d lug, and pnces show Butler oounty lugs at 5 60 to 6 50; 9 hhds Hart county toward nrodi1Ymg the evils of the spy and sys\em 1s m my eyea1 Wid nose and mOI\tb I autaot walk on the no sign at present of ving way leaf and lttgs at 6 to 9.1 O; 6 hhda Metcalfe county leaf wh1ch hu grown up under administrations and street w1thootr sm'elHug It. I am walking fast and overtake a Thjj Boone House eold 205 bhds: 5 hhds Ha1 t county at 5 95 to 6 40, 2 hhds Edmonson county leaf and lugs wh1ch .has done quate as much harm as1t has done good man, and JUSt as I try to pass bJm-0, horror! he puffs a )eaf at u to 27.50; 9 bhda Hart county leaf at 7 10 to at 5.60 to 6 50; 2 hhds Cumberland county lugs at 5.20 In v1ew of the lr.JUstice done and the unnecessary expense cloud of smoke into my face wh1cb ai111ost obo'kes me I 10.60;2 hhds Hart. county lugs at 5.90 to 6 50, 18 hhds to b '10; 2 hhds Allen county lugs at 5 70 to 5.90; 1 bhti and trouble mcurred by hasty and Ill-advised prosecutiOns am walkmg slow \.a man walks up to pass me, and Logan county leaf at 6 60 to Ia.25, 9 bbds Logan county Simpson county leaf at 7 10; a hbds Jefferson county for nolatwn of the revenue laws, 'tJJe Comn;nss10ner directs blows a mouthful of smo)!:e mto my mouth and nostn!s Jugs at 5180 to 6.10; 3 hhda Breckenridge county leaf lugs at 5.15 to 5 55; a hhds Henry county leaf at 16.25 that all cases of vwlation of Jaw should be reported w1th A man me on the street to ipqUire the way to some at 7 so to 9; 4, abds Breckenridge county at 5 85 to to 21; 3 hh4e Henry county lugs at 5 90 to 7 90; 2 hbds such ev1dence as may be obtamable, to the collector of the place and pulls a great nasty pape out of h1s mouth, puffs 6.-'0; 24 hhds Green county leaf at 6 60 to 1 0; 7 hhds Adair county leaf at 8.50 to 9; 1 hhd Monroe county distRct m whwh they ahse Such cases as mvolve .evaswn out a cloud of tobacco smoke, sp1tB a. gill of sahva on the Green ooonty luge at 5.90 to 6.90, 12 hbds Adair coun common leaf at S 1 0; 'l hhds Iodianaleafat 6. 70 to 7.50, or non-payment of taxes must thereupon be referred by the pavPment and then asks me to tell h1m, w1th the ty leaf at. 7.30 to 8.80; 10 hbds Ada1r county' luge at 7 hbds Indiana lugs at 6 to 6 60; 2 hhds Illinois leaf at collector to the assessor of the d1stuct, w1th the evidence stench of that mfernal tobacco smolre m my nostnls, and 5. 75 to 6.-'0; 7 hbds Metcalfe county leaf at 6 SO to 8 30, S to. S.60, 2 hhds Henderson county trash at 5.95 to 6; for such assessments as the facts may show fu be proper. the s1ght of that puddle of sahva s1ckenmg me, I must tell 1 bhd Metcalfe county lugt at 6; l2 bhds B;,;rrencounty la hhds Henry county, Tenn, leaf at 76 0 to 10; 4 hhds Cnmmal prosecutions m such cases are not to be instituted h1m. I go into an office to make an inqmry about some leat at 6 60 to 10; 1 hhd Barren eounty lngs at 5 85; 6 Henry oonnty luge at 5.'75 to 6 50 before the reception of the assessor's report, unless m the pomt m the law, and the lawyer sits there m a blue cloud hbds Taylor county leaf at 6 80 to 9 70; a hbds Taylor NEW ORLEANS, J ONE 28.-report as follows JUdgment of the collector delay would be preJUdicial to of smoke, puffing away like a pony engme. A man 1n great county Juga at 5.55 to 5 95, S hhds Grayson county leaf There has been a good demand, buyers for the French, the interests of the Government The Umted States heaviness of soul desires to consult a clergyman and finds at 6. 75 to 6 90; 2 hhds Cumderland county leaf at 8 70 Spanish, English, German, and Italian markets are m D1str1ct Attorney IS to be consulted, whenever practiCable, h1m busy burnmg h1s 1dol, and the smoke of the burnmg to S.90; a hhds C11mberland county lugs at 5 80 to 5.90; the market. The sales have been 2,50a hhds, as folbefore compl81nts for vwlatwn of the law are made to the thmg is curhng up m wreaths of sulphurous clouds over 2 hbds county leat and lugs at 6 50 to 11 75; 6 lows: 1 hhd scraps at ac; 151 bhds gvod refused Un1ted States commissioners It IS further suggested to b1s bead You enter the cars, and 1mmed1ately before you hbds Simpson county leaf at. 6.80 to 8 50, 1 hbd Simp Clarksville to low leaf at stc; a and ao hhds good Umted States d1stnct attorneys, collectors and other officers s1ts a. blplld, who sticks a mean c1gar or a great Dutch p1pe 8011 county lugs at 6.80; a hhds Ballard county leaf at Clarksv!lle at 8!e ; 27, ll and 2 hbds at 9c ; 15 hhds of the government, that no encouragement should be g1veu between )us teeth, 1gmtes a lu'c1fer match a.nd proceeds to 8.60 to 17.25, 9 hhds Obristian county leaf at 7 to 9; at 9tc; 46, 200, 71, 16, 8, 30, Ill, 86, 9, 408, 1,348 hbds to the commencement of prosecutions upon merely techmcal hght and smoke. Little boys poll the stump of a mean 3 hhds CbJistian county lugs at 6 t.o 6 40, 2 hhds War.on private terms The Price Current says -The margrounds, or for slight and umnteut10nal offences, and that all roll of tobacco from their lips and shout, "Black your reo county leaf at 'T to 7 _1 0, 4 hbds Mason county low ket. IB poorly supplied wtth descnpt10ns wanted for' complamts presented by professJOoalmformers orsp1es should boots, s1r?" A dozen boys from t w elve e1ghteen leaf at 9 50 to 14; 5 hhd!! Callaway county leaf at 6 80 to Italy and Bremen, but the kmds suitable for Frl;lDCe receive careful scrutmy before any action IS taken upon them. years old stand on the corner of mrun street and make 8 70; libd Calla ay 009ntr lugs at 6, 3 hbds Todd and Spain are comparatively abundant Several large In 1ssomg these mstrucbousl Comml88loner Pleasanton pod' s pure air of the of the dev1l's weed, cfelt'Y af at 6.SO't.O 8.18; 3 hh8s Todd countv lugs at buyers are looking around and it is anticipated that has agam manifested a desire to mod1fy the obJectwnable to the disgust of ladies and their own inJury. There is a 5.70 1ob" 6 i 4 hhds Monroe county lugs at 7 10 to S 1 0; 5 some heavy transactions will From the sales features of the revenue system as far as such modlficatton m1ddle--aged man to smoke 'Cigar, and 1t goes 'Qwo OOUJlt.y 'leaf at 10:25 to l 7, l hhd Owen above quoted we see no reason to alter onr figures, IS possible WJtilout pre.JUdice.to the mterests of the hard f and m hls efforts he lookS like a. ma.ri m a spasm of county fine leaf at 21 50; 4 hbds Montgomery county but with the remark that sellers are said to be generally ment There has been altogether too much pet 1foggul g 'allthl'na trying to breathe, his mouth is puckered up like a Tena., le&fat 7.80 to 8 80, 4 hhds county well satisfied wtth the prices obtained, we stJ!l quote m times past by revenue officers ambitious of makmg a wh1thered pers1mmqn '!'here 18 a young mao colormg hiS T"enn., lo:gs ,at 5.76 to 5.95; 2 hhds factory trash at a 60 new tobaccos as follows, viz lugs 5! to Si, low leaf reputatiOn for vigilance aud zeal, and altogether too much' iitrmkmg p1pe and another who modestly says h1s cigars to 5 95 6! to 7 t c, medium leaf 7t to 8c, good leaf S to stc, legal persecution by well meanmg bnt mistaken offictals on cost h1m a of a-dQijatc-each day wh1ch with extras The Farmen' Honse sold 281 hbds 4 hhds Hart connfine st to 9tc and 10c per lb mformatlon furmshed by professs10nal spies who have often make more than 00 per year and be ;s too poor to t,ake ty wrapper at $26 to 50, 13 hhds Hart county leaf at ManufactuTed is without improvement We quote preferred complamts on a vague suspicion of irregularities-a paper or help his mother or though they are poor. 7 70 to 12.76! 11 hhd11 Hal"t county lugs at 5.65 to ';, Extra No.1, lbs, bnght 75c to 80,good medmmdo 65 knowmg that the convictiOn of the alleged offenders would The very begga.rs ask alms of you w1\h breaths smelling 11 hhds Henry county leaf and lugs at 7 so to 15 50, 1 to 70 ; medium do do 60 to 65 ; common sound 55 to secure them a reward, wh1le the1r acqmttal would render them worse than p1g styes and stables from tobacco smoke hhd Logan county wrapper at 20, 27 hhds Logan county 60 medium and com, unsound 40 to 50 half m no way responsible for such secret information as they There 1s a. man arm m arm with a lady and ,st1ll puffing leaf and lugs at 5.9Q to 10.25; 8 hbds Simpson county pounds, bright 60 to 65; do dark 55, No. 1, lOs m1ght furmsh to the prosecuting officers In other cases, away. He steps 1oto a coach w1th her' and puffs away leaf at 7 to 8.30, 6 hhds Simpson county lugs at 5 65 to to 56, navy; lbs 55, fancy styles, natural leaf, tw1st and notably m that of the defeaulter, J. F. Ba1ley, collectors industriously. Paterfam1has smokes m the parlor, the 6 50; 4 hhds Butler countv leaf at 6 90 to 7.40; 4 hhds pancake etc. 65 to 80. have been afflicted w1th a mama for. "smzmg" manu servant in tbe kitchen, baby must breathe It m nursery Butler county lng11 at 5.50 to 6.30, 17 hhds Warren ST. LOUIS, JUNE 28.---Mr. J. E. Haynea, tobacco factones and warehouses and prosecuting everv one who and the s1ck lady must be prescribed for by a. stmking county leaf at 6 90 to 1a 50, 1 '1 hhds Warren county lugs broker, reports as follows. fell mto tbe1r offiCial clutches, often on the most meagre breathed doctor If 1ndulging m useless habits at the ex at 5.65 to 6.90, 28 hhda Barren county leaf at 7 to la, Received 464 hhde against 553 the previous week. and unreliable testimony of spies and, m some mstances, pense of the cqmfort of others IS what kmd 23 hbds Barren oouDty lugs at 5 49 to 6 80; 17 hhds On Thureday the \ime was occupied m disposing of the sup(!ortmg the prosecution on the strength of pei"Jured of an act IS smokmg? and what ruos' tile abwr be called? Muhlenberg county ljlaf and lugs 5 65 to 9 60, a hhds premmm tobacco, and there was no sale On Friday testimony Such proceedmgs not but entail heavy Green county leat and logs at 7.30 to 2 hhds Green the offerings '!ere large, the and the losses upon the VJCtiills of official persecutiOn wi.hout county lngs at 6 to 6 laO; 2 hbds Adair county leaf at market was h1gber on all grades. Since then offenngs benefitmg 'the and that CommiSsiOner 7.30 to 1:80, 1 hhd Adafr county logs aL 5 S5; 2 hhds have been f Internal Revenue Mclean county leaf at 6.80 to 8.10; l hbd McLean coun-28 at 9 to 9 90j 12 at 110 to 1 0 50; 7 at '11 to 11 7 5; 5 at and \he manner Ill whiCh he bas discharged it,s tyluga at fi 86; I tihd Allen county lugs at 5.95, ahhds 12 to 12.75; 2 at 1a, 1 at 14 25; a at 15 to 15 75 2 at and respQnsJble duties, as well as tbe many desirable re Metcalfe county leaf at 7.50 to S.40, a bhdsl\1etcalf conn16 50 to 16, 75; 3 a.t 17.50 to 17 .75; I ,at 18, 5 at 19.125 to forms he has instituted, show that he appreciates a trnth ty lugs at 5 50 to 6 50; 3 hbds Breckenrige county leaf 19 50, 1a at 20 50 to 29,25, 4 at ao to 30 75; and 4 at wh1chhas been too often lest s1ght of by revenue offiCials at 7.20 to 8 30; l bhd Breckenridge county lugs at 5.85, 32, 33, 35 25, a5. 751 and 13 bu at 5 60 to 40.50 In ,the that while the government has laws whiCh 1ts agents are 2 hhds Edmonson county lugs at 6 to 6 50; 18 hhds 11ame time 7 hhds were passed, and bids were rejected bound to enforce, the public has rights which the govern Owen oounty leaf at 12 25 to 25 50; 10 hbds Owen connon 66 hbds at 2 90 to 42; and' bxs at 5, 10 25, 15 to 28. ment 1s bound to respect. A ScoTCHM.I N oN THE U BE OF ToliA.OOo 111 AKERJCA A ch1el" has been among us "takm' notes," and thua re cords the result of h1s observations about smokmg "There was less smoking, and to my surpnse, Jess chew mg than I anticipated. Perhaps the pl"IOO of 01gars has 1ts influence on the former babJt. The 'natrYe tobacco IS not and a good Havana IS a costly luxury. The snokmg tobacco 1s sold m little cotton bags, fastened w1th a government stamp It IS dry, hke the bran w1th wh1ch dells are stuffed An English smoker Will find Amencan chewmg tobacco, moist, m tmfoll, more Bm1ed for h1s p1pe, or mixed w1th the brown bran I dd not thmk the young ty logs at 7 to 1 0.50, 5 hhds Taylor county leaf at 7.40 To-day the market was a shade eas1er on lugs, bot on to;1o, 5 hhds Taylor county lugs at 6 ao to 6 90, 2 hhds other grades steady. Sales 69 hhds I at 4 90, 16 at Todd county leaf and lugs at 5 95 to 7 30; 2 hbds Ten 5 20 to 5 '10; 10 at 6 to 6 90, 14 at 7 to '1.80, ll at 8.20 nessee lugs and leaf at 6 to 6 90; 1 hhd Indiana leaf at 8 to S 90; 1 at 9; 1 at 1 0; 2 at 14 to 14 50, 1 at 15, 2 at 19 The Ninth-street House sold 185 bhds: 10 hhds to 19.25, and 10 at 20 25, 20 50, 21, 21 '15, 22 25, 23 25, Breckenridge county leaf at 10 to 10 50; 1 bbd Breck-28, aa, a5 25 to 42.50, and 12 bxs at 5 20 to 10 75, and enr1dge county lugs at 5.70; 32 hhds Warren county 1 wagon load at 6 60. 12 hhds were passed and b1ds leaf at 6 20 to 10.00; Hi hbds Warren oou!Jty lu!!S at were rejected on 18 hhds at II ao to 9. We quote In5 !5 to 6.80 16 hhds Simpson county leaf at 6 'io to ferior hght weight lugs to 5 25; factory luas 5 25 to 8 60; 1 hbd Sampson county lugs at 5.90; 11 hhdsLogan 5.60; planters' do 5 75 to 6 .50, common da1k ieaf 6 to eounty leaf at 6 65 to 9.10; 7 hhds Henry county leaf 7 50; medmm to good do 7 75 to 11, fair to good manat S.OO to 18.25; 8 hhds Hancock county leaf at 7 20 to ufacturing do 12 to 20; bright do 1!0 to 40; fancy bnght 1l; 7 hhds Hancock county lugs at 5 50 to 5.95, 3 50 to 100. hhds Daviess county leaf at S.40 to 13.75; 3 hhds Dav1ess county at 5.40 to 5 85; 6 hhds Hart county leaf at 6 60 to 12.7 5 l hhd Hart county lugs at 6, 10 hhds Ballard county leaf at 7 .60 to 11 '15, 7 hhds Barren county leaf at 6 20 to 'T.SO ; 2 hhds Barren county lugs at 5 to 5 70; 9 hhds McLean county leaf at 6 20 to 8.!0 l hhd McLean county lugs at 5 55 9 hhds Grayson county leaf at 6 70 to 8 30; a hhds Gray son county lugs at 5 85 to 6, 9 hhds Owen countv leaf at 7 80 to 19.50; 5 hhds Owen county lugs at 5.95 to 7.20 5 hhds Butler county leaf at 7 90 to 9 60; 2 hhds Tennessee leaf at 7 60 to 11.50, 2 hhds Tennessee lugs at 6.60 to 6 80. POREIGN. Amencans chew as much as their fathers Talkmg w1th an old Amenca.n gentleman 10 the cat gomg to N1aga.ra, he held a neat silver oval case m h1s hand. "I thought y o u were gomg to offer me a pmch of snuff,' I sa1d He laughed and satd "I would offer you thiS, but I know you would not accept 1t," handmg for my mspectwn h1s tobacco box 'l'he spittoon w1ll remain ubiqUitous for some t1me longer, In the senate bouse as well as m hotels and offices I sal\ a. curiOus notice posted m the lob\ly of a church m W ashmgton "As the seats are all free, you are expe ctetl not to expectorate on the floor." In another churell, Dirty boots and tobacco strictly prohibited" Although the use of tobacco 1s natiOnally prevalent; and the offer of a c1 gar, hke the of snuff m Scotland, or the ch1bouque m the east, IS a s1gu of read mess fainst them accordmg to law to re cover the whole amount In support of th1s stat e ment they handed the J ustlce a letter f10m a law firm by this man, of whiCh the following IS a copy,0 25 CBA.IJIBERB STBEBT, MAt 27, 1871. Messrs LoVELL, MAcM.A.Nus and SHA.W-GENTLEMKN-Mr. Morcris Levy has informed us tliat Wttbm a snort t1me past he has been a loser at your game of faro of $10,000. He has darected us to act for him proTessaonally to recover some portion of the same, as he and h1s family are entirely destitute You therefore please call at our office w1thm three days and make some ments for returnmg the same or some portion thereof. or we shall be compelled to adopt the remedy prov1dEftl by Jaw Yours, &c WILLIAM H D. M. VAN COTT, Attorney for Moms Levy No answer havmg been returned to this eps1tle, m a few days after another one was to the same gentlemen' OFFERING TO SETTLE THE MATTER for *250 Th1s money, the latter says must be pa1d durmg the week or take the conse qu ences The money was not pa1d and the consequences came sure enou"'h ThE'.se gen tlemen-Lovell, McManus and Shaw-had taken the trouble to go to some of the other faro bank owners w.ho they believed were marked out by th1s worthy firm"ibr blackma1hng and got from ea c h of them the lettel"ll they had received from Van Cott f.Jr Levy. These they handed to Judge Hogan as J. FURTHER EVIDEllfClr of the intended swmdle The names of the men to whom these letters are addressed are held back for obvious rea sons, but the themselves are The orre g;,en Is an exact copy of the entire num The only diference 1s m the names of the parties' to Who they are addressed the dates and the slated td have beell lost. One is addressed May 2.7", N tf 25 Cham bers street, and the sum named 1s e10,0.00. Another 1 s JunE.' 16. Tll8n tllereMe others dated May 29 May ao one June 17 a1!d 80 on 'Up the time of the ;atd m Bowezy and for so,me days after The sums stated to hav e been lpet vary frOm five to ten thousand dollars. As soon as Judge Hogan had rece1ved a sufficient number of these letters to eonvmce h'im of -THE JNTENriON OF THE PARTIES he for Levy. 'Fh1s gentleman came into court accom panied by VanCott, Jr. H1s Honor questaoned h 1 m about the letters, and he replied that they were true he had lost money m all these places. The Judge then hJm how much he had .lost altogether, and he sa1d about t100, 000, and all m th1s City. Ha added in reply to his Honoc that he was a cgar-maker, but at present was dom"' mg. He wanted these men w1th whom he had lost 0all h1s money to g1ve him sufficient to start a!!Bm They had of fered him' ten dollars in one or two but that was no use to hm, and be was obhged to have recourse to that means to endeavor to make them gwe give h1m something. A short time ago he employed a number of men to make for h1m "Where?" sa1d the Judge. "Well pr1vate. ly, he answered. Previous to that be was a. large manu facturer and sold h1s Cigars to the hotels. What hotels? his Honor. "WAll to all of them-all over the cour.: try, he went on. He had traveled all over the country w1th them and sold them to all the hotels m the prmmpa l CJt:es, but had never played faro anywhere but m New York, and had never thought of sendmg these letters unt 1! w1thm the last month In fact, HE HAD BENT ALL THESE letters WJthm a couple of weeks. PreviOus to the c1gar busu1,es.s he was an auctiOneer m Canal street; that was aome nme years ago, and at present he was destitute The Judge s8ld he d1d not belisve his story, and that the thmg on the face of It was the most flagrant case of blackmailing he had ever seen. "I w11l not allow th1s court to be made a means to extort money from gamblers or any one else, and If I had known these facts m the case before I issued that warrant upon your complaint you would stand Ill a very pos1t10n now," satd the Judge VanCott here brolie m to make some explanatiOns, and Judge Hogan told him he d1d not want to hear anythmg at all from h1m The letters he held m h1s band spoke volumes and he m' tended to keep them In hts possessiOn m case that anything else should turn up m the matter. He told Mr Levy to. go, and be careful not to get mto that court aaam under Similar cucumstan ces. Mr Levy took' the hmt,0 and went With nlacrity, followed by his counsel at a double qmck Some of the men whom It was mtended to VICt imize say Levy s story 1s entuely unworthy of credence He nev. D CHOCKT.BY, Richmond, V&. CHOCKLEY b COMMISSION "'I. L A.t."'IDEBSON, New York ANDERSON, MERCHANTS. EIC::S::ll.d:ON .D, VA'" C.mo1gnments ot Leaf Tobaccoi! Grain aod other Proi!IICB I!Oftcltec:l on which llboral Ct16h advancea w I be made Will exeente orders for the pnrcbaoe ol Leaf Tobacoo In the Rie4-f110114 JlarUI tor Ule au&l comatoolon and Manttfactaren will lind It 10 Ulelr lnter.t to glvsu which caJl be eent 10 lll direct, or \hroagll A D CBOOltLliY & Co oar Yorlc BOlli& Shippen will h&va Ule advantage or looLh markets In ehipplfll to elUte bouee, and only o"" wmtnltelon cliai'Ked together with the dealer, Charles lierman, and the acting banker, Henry Jones The parpes who owned the bouse were not there, and consequently could be arrested_ The followmg mommg these men were brought before his Honor who discharged all of ti!em except the dealer and banker. These he held to answer m ba1l. In the course of the afternoon of the 14th the owners of the faro bank came)nto co)lrt and ba1led put their employees They then mformed the Judge that tluf man Levy had never lost any such sum ofmoney m their place to their knowledge, and, furthermore, they had a llhtewd suspiCIOn that he was gowg lti'QWld 'be 01t.y to .U t.he faro banks endeavormg to extort money from the proprietors under the pretence that he had lost money m the1r houses and he threatened 1f they did not return him some portion of the amount he b /" r CU<.{ Y ('. (L{J

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    TUJi..l\.\JVV "'.ubn...l!. IN 1836, BY CHARLES M. CONNOLLY. SOLE"' AGENTS FOR '. ALEXANDBB liAITLAND. L ... .4I ... L4 '117 L. F. s. MACL&ROSB, ....... ... 4 'f.-0 TOBACCO AND COTTON FACTORS, 00., TOBACCO LABELS,' AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT&} i I l For Smoking and Tobacco, 43 nnoAD tt.., New work. t:1 9-. "'.o 6 db qo., Lithographers, .. !t> u ""' 32 &34 Vese!J Street, New Yo-rk. 1 ..A.T :J?':FI..XOES. THOMAS ,J, RAYN.R. PHILI .... HILKn. "THOMAS J. RAYW'iER CO.," E. r. Tbroop. r.l'heodo:re A.. Ltebltu. X. C EARXER & ; l I FINE C'QT CHEWING TOBACCO, FXN'E AID DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO. Particular aUenUo.11 to Speclal Brandl ror Qroeers k Jobbers. 29 IA/Jerty Street, and 54 Maiden Lane, New York. ALEX. FRIES & BROTHERS, MaBulll.cturers or I IIAV AN A CIGAR FLAVOR, 26-WEST BROADWAY, NEW YORK. I 48 and 50 East Second Street, Cincinnati MANUFACTURERS OF THE I CELEBRATED RAILROAD MILLS AND 'KBEMELBERG & CO., liE1iVYOBJ[, ...,. F. L. BRAUNS & CO., BA.J.'DIIO ... Tobatco Comnon lerchalts. 18AA. E to CLllli;IIR Rw,, 1 Commleion Merchant, r ; LEAF TOBACCO, 184 Front Street, NEW YOU:. L. PASCUAL, DlPORTBB 01' "AVANA LEAF 11.7 Maiden Eane, New York. CARL UPMANN, TOBACCO a.n.d GENER.AX., Commission Merchant PEARL STfttll'i'. p, o. Box, 2969. NetD York OitJJ. E. M.CRAWFORD & CO., TOBACCO AliiD 168 WATER STREET, N.B!W YOJI:It, H ve oa ot.Je all klnda of Leaf Tobacco tor E%port &Dd ror Home uae.. Ottinger & Brother, j KENTUCKY Loa: t 119 PEARL STREET, NEWYOBK, R. S. WALTER; Importer or R\lLIAII ct COOOOSSION DRClWITS .IWlJFACTUBED TOBACQO, Deaiers in the following Brands of HAVANA TOBACCO, Pure SMO.KING TOBACCO: 203 PEARL STREET, BLACK FLOWER; RAILROAD MILLS, Year Maiden Lone, NEW YORK. -VIRGINIA FLOWER, OUR CHOICE. Jill. a. LINDB. C. P. LINDX. :a. A8HCBOP1'. t,;, C. BAlllLTON. 8 M A.BCOSO. ALSO, NEW YORK Seed-Lef Toba.cco Inspection. TobBClco lnflpected or Sampled. Certificates given for every case and deliver:ad OISG by aa to null) ber of Certificate. N.B.We also sample in Merchants' Skwts. WILLIAM .lvL PlUCE &. CO., IN CIGARS AND PLUG TOBACCO. LEAF TOBACCO We have always on hand a large Assortment, for sale on Liberal Terms. : 119 :Maiden 108 FRONT ST.,.NEW YORK. BRo., DE BAR Y a .. BATJER I.& CUTHRIE & CO.,. :J:Ui FBONT STBEEX, 1 COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND' 'TOB.t..OOO :PlUI88l1DS, Lear Tobacco preooed In bales for the West Indies Central American Ports, and other market@: OHAS. B. F ALLENSTEIN & SONS, I 1 ll.l TOBAOOO AND CENI:RAL Commission Merchants, 12!1 PEARL STREET, N. Y COIIUW!IIION Ali'D IMPORTERS OF CLAY BIBES, 61 WATER-STREET, NEWYORK E. RQSENW ALD Importers of Spanish, A:liD II ACKERS OF DOMESTIC LEAF TOBACCO. Olq:. o I iiQa(iR "{fii:J 1 li7, and 161 GOEB.Ci. STiEif, NEW YORK. Belt Material ud SRpedar Kab by Sell-b:lftmea ani patemail JlabbiDery, 62 Broad and 60 lfew' Streets, ., IMPORTER& OF!' 46LA ..lllfMI oiAer /11M cued popttlar ,lwsU. o.f /Hf/Gftt AND IOU AGon. FOI THE SALE OF-THE PRINCIPE DE 'GALES SEGARS, :MA..NUFA.OTURED AT THE KEY WEST BRANCH, OF TliB CELEBRATED PBINOI!'E DE GALES Ol'1HAVA1U. HAVANA LEAP, WM. M. l'RwK, l F A. J f JOE$. 'JU. 'tER SOJI' ; 1.22 W' ATBR STBI!JBT, New York. J. H. BERG:DIAD COMMISSION MERCHANT Scotch, German, and Dutdl 4IU.Y .1.1:1 l'orel:n and 'Domeatio Leaf Tobaooo, Also, Importer &Dd o. 148 ,lOlWYoaa. lOOP][ A. VEGA A: llaQ. -' Havana To'J)acco 160 JYatw St. Nzw Yon ..

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    TOSBPH W, I'IIAUTIH. FREDERICK n. JOBl'fSOM. j PALMER: lii.&RTI:N a JOHNSON. IBHB1!Blll QJ' SJPARIIB, St.oolaa'l to DAWAIJ. A co., 166 WATER STREET, AID No. 170 Water Street, New York: I obacco Commission Merchants. .6JU) JOJJDlll OP ALL Jm0>8 0!' LEAF TOBACCO, Ohio L. PALMER A H. SCOVILLE, ConnecticutSeed-leafWrapperofourownpaoking IJi AGENTS FoR THE sALE oF ALL THE Brands of Virginia and North Carolina Our Own Packing. GROWTH OF 1870 .I.N NOT LESS THAN JOSEPH Dealer in LEAF TOBACCO 144 'W'ater Street, NEW YORK. LE'WIS 1GINTER, Tobacco Commission M .erchant,. J 39 W ABBEN ST., New York. Depot for John F. Allen's celebrated brand df Yi Smok.lng Tobacco, factory No. 14 Richmond, Ya. FULL LINES OF CHOICE VIRGINIA PLUGS. OliiN'C"INlil AN:O OniOIN Al. :I?OWIIAT .'\N :I?I:I?E a GBO._W. APBl:EBY & HELME -APPLBBYB TO I I' 100 Cases I A. S. ROSENBAUM & CO., .162 W ATEB S .'l'., a-. 0 :DIE Successor to Ocar PrOlSB 4 Co., DIPOn.TERS Oll' ALL KINDS 0 .. SE CAR RIBBONS, White Street, NEWYOBX. CHARLES A. WULFF, Lithographer, Printer, and Jlanlllfacilll'er of La. .. I :IILUn7l!'.A.O'l't7B.&B8 OJ' 'l'lllil OELEBB.A.TED RAILROAD MILLS "( -1 __, SKOPP .. UCCO:BOY, FRENCH RAPPEl:, SCOTCH AND LUNDYFOOT SNUFFS. MACCOBOY AND FRENCH SNUFF FLOUR. G !' A.U!O MANUI' ACTURER!! 0 1' 1'KE J'INES1' JIRANDS OF SMOKING TOBACCOS, CIGARS, AND PURE POWDERED LICORICE. ll33 WATER AND 85 PINE STREETS, ,.,..__.-: NEW-YORK. T. II. JIESSENGER & CO., bii'Oa'NM .&D Ill' -.J FOREIIN & DOMESTIC TOBACCO, -LICORICE. 111a111 JUI])D LAJO, nw YOU. .. B L GA.SSBR"r J. L. QASSI!IIIJI & BBO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS D:ZA.Lm\8 IN ALL KDri"D8 OJ' Leaf Tobacco; No. I 60 Water Street, New York. EUCENE DU BOIS, Commissson Merchant FOR THB BALB OP leaf, Manufactured, and Smoking TOBACCO, '15 F.BO.LYT St., New York. Maanl'actnre4 Tobocco or all StJiea ODd Qaalttl ..... rect JroUl the b .. t manufactorle. or Vlr&'IDia, !'or .Iota to onlt purcltaiera. FELIX CARCIA;; Ili.P6B'l'ER O:P Havana Leaf Tobacco, SP A.NI.SH ll'll{ES .lND CIGABS. Abo or the wen-known VOLCER & HUNNEKEN, Brand of Cigars "La. Ca.rollila," Ma.nu!actureno or I 67 WATER STRI!ET 0 D 0 M E 8 T I c :NEW YOBJ[. And lmportors of MANUFACTURED And SOLE .AGENTS for the sale of the following brands of ;'l'HO:MAS & OLIVER, and D. O.]dA.Yo & Co., Richmond, Va.;, MANU ,-MANUFACTURED Virginia Beauties, 14's. II II lbe, F Olive,* lbs. King Bee, 12 in9il lba. I Pride of the Nation, 12 inch lbs. Reward of Industry, 12 inch lbs. Virginia s Own Pocket Pieoee. Thomas' Choico 11 D C. Na'l'y, lbs., t lbs., and 10 .. Cooeetoya, 5's. I SMOKINC.' Che Haw, Fig' s Rose Twist, 6 t J. :M. WalkE!r'S Bright Twist, II inab. La Favorita Rolls, iuch. Chas. Henry, Jr., 9 inch, Ught Billy Buck. Virginia's Choica.1 Virginia Bwl, wetung the tobacco, and thus fouling whole pipe, is carried through the under tube into the ball or chamber under the bowl, while the smoke, entirely denicot i zed puaea dry and clean through the upper stem to the mouth. This cham:.. ber is readily detached and emptied, and, being entirely separate from the and ba-ring no communication into it, evaporation from it into the pipe is prevented, and the tobacco i s kept dry, and readily consumed the last while the great ob;ectton to lhe common ptpe-thai of the mcotine drawing back: into the mouth-is entirely obviated. It differs in this respect from .-ll other pi pea, and -must commend itaelf al; a glance to all smokers R. W. ROBINSON & SON, 182 284 & 186 Greemcic1 Street, York. e LLl arranrmll'ta will be mada with partie tan! tor)'. BY 0. BDDKOSBIAlli'. All laD6o or tha FINEST BRANT.I8 or TtJlUOSH, LA.TAXIA, PBJUQUB, u& 9171' TURAOOOB oout&aU, Oil hllld, at WHOLESALE AND BET.AJL. 'IURKISH and LATAKIA TOBAC003 in the Leaf at WHOLESALE. FAOTORY,174:FULTON' STREET, POST OFFICE QOX G .7S.;, ( llo dses i n Cons tan ti nople and New Yrrlr I liAllB!JBOBR. I. HAMBURCER & CO., Import.r ond l!Conufaeturer of E I :E E: S And Dealer in oll kin. X. B. Lrmr. -ADoLPH ENar.aa .............. K...,melberg & Co. PDDlUIJCI< JC. lllua. GIWaQB FAJ.TZ ........ .... P.IIU .................. X........A' II Jon R. GABD.JOIII ......... W.'l:l. nckengill & Co. BJUL ILI.mrua .................... & ...... M.a.IICIILLU8 H.urn.n-, ScluiJler,Hart.IIIJ a; Qrabam. BDY.a.IID PBmBI ....... ---WtLBOI< G. Hun. D.a.l'ID llu.oao110 Gna&RD J A.I:I'l-'l'!)'R 4 f1f:l) J'OBN J'. CBOOJU: SEGARS, "RITICA,':' D. BENRIMO. SCHMITT & STEINECKE, x.o.1WJ'&o1uru.B 0 ., 191S Pearl street. :ommUIJIJOU I JULIAN ALLEN A. F. DANENBERG II. H. LEVIlf, WHOLESALE ToBACCONIST, fOil & BOTTU CAPl NEw voR"-LEU.::u-:."'o ....... BAI:Dl>8ocoo, Leal" E. & G. FRIEND & CO., -.L DlllleJDI8 nr L24 W .A.TERSTBEET, NEW-YORK, 16/J W ate'r St-reet, 172 WATER STREET, k. Y. Bo. 11 sam An, Y. LEAF TOBACCO No. 38 OBOSBY BT. NEW YORK. CAMPBELL, LANE & CO. lWiufllcblren ol TOBACCO AND CIGAB.S, ..n.o Dealflr6 4n SnuJ1, p,,_, e1c1 PAC'IORIII AT .&14 BROAD lr., IEWAU, And In CaldweN, 11. GERARD, BETTS &. CO., GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, .um Commission Merchants, '1 OLD SLIP, Onedoorl'rolliHanoTeriiQ.aare, NEJAF YORK, PmlfCIP.&L DBl'O'l' .. -.. B. ........ 9 c; Leaf ... obacco, Han onoale ol LK.U'TOBA.CCO for EXPORt ,& U.d HOMJ: tll!K. J. BCIDliT'I' R, BTIWfEOKE, Branch Store, s Sixth h cUctn-.., Bahct, 162 Pelll"l St., near WallsL, NEW YORK. _J_uLU.N __ A_LLR_N_. _____ ___ ) -=-................. ftEW TORI., :1.29 M:.A..LDEN LANI$, ](, BROCK. X ":8BU112111, BIIWA.BD Famm, t NEW YORK. M. BROCK & CO., .&. 0.& TliiAN, Finest Brands cf Cigars, lKPORTliR OP r -:::. 7 J.lfl) DULD IN I A. II. CARDOZO & co., DOMESTIC } L f T b Tobacco & Cotton factors, Ita I J) acno General comm:on '1.66 W ate'r Street, No. 123 Pearl l:ltre&t,. New York ')I ,.'fi.W YORK, / --,. G. REISMANN & CO. L. CER8HEL a, BRO., lttrtbaats, H 0 ME L If E INSURANCE C 0 M p ANY' Wholeoale Dealers Ill Havana and Dome.Uc A.ND J>i:&I.ZBI! Ill' A.Lie l::.::r.xo::ma.s 1ULTD 8. GBD'PITJJ, Pl'l!llidenL J. H. :FROTINGJIA.I, Treasurer. GEOBGE (), BIPLEY, Secretar7. .' WU.LU.BI I. COFFIN, Aotuary. GOOD CERMAN AGENTS WANTED: LEAF Also all Einda of Leat Toba.oco, No. 86 MAIDEN 179 PEARL STREET, .BoHfMI. Pfltll Gild .C.WUL NEWYORL QTTO. MAIBB. L. HIRSC.HORN & co. 29 BAYAJNA SIG.lBS. LIA.I' TOBACCO "BOUQUET DE TABACOS .. l!fO. 110 W"A.'l'D STIUDir, ._ <.W-W'Illlk nw ro K AMD "IOODT OI.V.., ..

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    'B. A. DELPHIA ADVBlLTlsEDaTS. V ..&l\1 SCRA:lCK. Wfwluale Dealer 4n Cotua.edkwt 4: Ha11atta eaf Tobacco .!GUT FOR L()lm'J.A'RD'S 8BUFF Aim TOBAOOO, 17 a. 19 North Water St. Philadelphia. Stalna!!l, Smith B.aa. a Knecht, J)I!U J!R8 11' .a.LL JllND8 OJ' LEA.:P-TOBAC-CO, .AACJ Manuracturer or CUicl DtHilM' '" Cigar. e 225 RACE STREET, PHILADELPHIA. lfnited States Bonded Warehouse, First Collection District, Pennsylvania. BB.TBBB A Tobacco and General Commission I Merchants, lio. 33 North Water Street, and Ho 32 liorth Delaware Avenue, } PHILADELPHIA, PA. BROS., Wboleoale Dealers in arobacco MERCHANT Philad MARKS, RALPH "'CO., .., lllanufacturers and Wkolea&le.Dealers in 'roBACCO, SNUFF, CIGA:B.S, a.nd SMOKERS' ARTICLES, THE TOBACOO: LEAF WM.A. BOYD. WM-A. BOYD, THOS, CROM&R. Baltimore, Md. H. WILKENS ... a CO., Monumental City Tobacoo Works, Bo. 181 WEST PRATT STREET, BALTimORE, D. __ __ Sm.oklng II.D d ChawlDB TobacOoa, M. FALK & GO., 143 WATER STREET NEW YORK. ""' w K. I1AlUp !VOOjOl! puo UO!OOJIIlliW::J G. W .. GRAVES, .;;) P .lCDS JJD Da.ll.Eil llf ,.,W. Elecnloln. B. W. Clark. Plill. Dona. 't 11[11((3011HJS Hd3SOr H. SCHMIDT," LEAF TOBACCO" LOUIS GIESKE&: co., W .AJUDIOO'SJI UaiiSY'lOOlN: 'V :aaHOHBOS go, !nil lines of Segars, Maonl"actured and Smoking ,, 701 Nortla Second sareec. Tobacco. L f T b No. 681 South Second C8 0 aCCO, J. COSTAS, PHILADELPHIA. 42 South Charle. Street, IMPORTER OF BALTIMORE. 83 EXCHANG!fJ. PLACE, Baltimore. N aT. LOUIS, D10o W ALL & BELVIN HAVANA and Y ARA LEWIS SONS, 111:-n. cLARK & BRo., TOBACCO, ''LEAF'' W'ILKENS a. KT.JER. Commissiun Merchants J'OR THJC SALB OJ" S. DELAWARE .A. VENUE ... = Philadelphia. MANUFACTURED. TOBACCo, LEAF TOBACCO BROKERS LEAF TOBACCO MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TOBACCO TOBACCOS, G; W. WI C K S & C 0., 4 H. THEOBALD, llatri..t.oroa.a 0. .&.LL Il.KDS o ._DUUBJB BPANIBB: AND DOllrlEBTIO taar Chcwmr Tobacco, Snntr, MC!i<3rscha.um and Brier Pipes, .,!7,w. cor. Third and Poplar 1t1., Philadelphi&, MEHL & RATTAY, Manufacturers or all kind!! of SMOKING TOBACCO 3019 CHESTNUT ST., PHILADELPHIA. 70l TOBACCO WORKS. Wl'l'Dn. NAS:E & 00., llannfactlll'el'l! of and in 'l'obacco Snuff and Cigars, -GTTAWA ST., XOLBDQ, 0 8. B. LICHTENBERG, v. s. Tobacco "Works. '."' llaanlaeturer of Cut Chewing \Tobacco,. r INIITROIT, ll!ioh. ...... No. 322 Third Street, OO:MMIBBION MERORABTS,. No. a20 North Second St., St. Louis4 Mo. 85 East $outh Street, INDIANAPOLIS, Ind lllannflochue:s Agenlll !or the oale of PJITToADJILPJUA. e No. 69 South Charles St., near Pra" ar' A lArge aaeortment of all kinds o! Leaf Tobacco cooetanUy on hand. -====-=-===::...::.=.:.==.:::....:.... BAlt.YllfiOllll. MD. VII'IJinla, Mleeowl, and Kentuckr __ ....,;;:;;:;:;;;;,;;;;;,;;;=;,.,;:::;.;___ a;;; CHICAGO AND SOUTHERN ADVERTISEMENTS. J. D. HASHAGEN & CO., llannfloctnrers or Smoking and Fine Cut r .. TOBACCO, 27 CAMDEN STREET, Baltimore, -"'d_ E W. I>l11<1mABT. G. DtlltliiUll:r, E. W. DUKEHART & SON, OELIEBRATIED 0 Snuff Jlanofaetorers, No. 29 s. Calvert St., BALTIMORE, MD. v; F. BUTLEBj 14 Meroadore St., Habana. Dabana Leal Tobacco and Broker, WetKher, Paek.er, Iu. peetor and l!llllpper. A!!Orted cuee of cigars of the beat brands &blpped at t.he llborteet notloo. Cedar for Cigar B1)xes ,A.LW.&.YI BB.&.DY IN liOG AND BOARDS. Tob&uo oeed or VneltJ Abajo dneot _quality In pack1011eo ot5lbs. forwarded on receipt Reference, The Spanillh &nk, Jl&bana. P. Lorillard & Co.'s Western Brancli. SOUTHERN ADVEJlTISEDliTS. ": C. A. JACKSON & Co., Manufacturers of every description of .Bright and Dark PLUG TOBACCOS, Corner High and Lafa-yette Sts., :E"'ETE:E'I.S::ES "C"JR. G-, V" a .. _F. W. RUFFNER, MANACE<:"' .. TOBACCO, SNUFF AID 85 South Water Street, CHICAGO, Ill. Also Dealen in LEAF TOBACCO & CIGARS, 1.02 MAIN STREET, (Between 8d and 4th,) GEO. W WWJU, t N.Fux.-,.. f Louisville, Ky. H I G :B: I, AN D E R ," J W. CARROLL, "'76 TOBACCO_ WORKS."... Five Brothers Tobacco Works. JoHN Fmzu, B. 0 MURRAY, l&te or Van Horn, Hurra.T k Co. "RED ROVER," 'DICK TATER," Sole Manufacturer of the Famou s and W orld TOBACCO MANUFACTURES, J MlALMASON,Ia\eorWatl4.Maaon. S:rnokina' .Tobacco. renowned Brands of Virginia Smoking T obaccos, 1 A Jill MURRAy & MASON Theile eetabll.ehed Tobaccos, so well lllld ravorabli' LORE JACK and BROWN DICK. -II. iver lt. K.tlfl!UCTVIIBBB .... DI.WW "".lU. IWIDB or lnnwn, arc put up In .!(,,)0, and 1lb. baleo or poncheo, l'llaauiaf'tory, 12th Street. OHIO.'A G 0 Chewing and. Smoking': Tobac' "0, 1n bulk thue eu!tlng tbe ret&Uer and jobber. ., .lolanufactured only at the eteam wotka 'l! L. L. LYNCHBURG, VA. 174 & 176 Water Bt. Obi""""' ID. RUDOLPH PCNZBB, NlOBOLAS FINZBB. JOHN FINZER & BROS., ll.&lrnlP..t..arnBZBS oil' Virginia, Kentucky, and Missouri PLUG TOBACCO" = :1.3 and :1.5 i'hird Street, Aol>IISTBAD. Lynehl1u.ro;. Va. Clrderti respeeUWJ.y oolicfted lllld ptompUy attended to. s. KA s p R 0 w I c z, DANJZL llARIIIS. JOBL II. IWUIIB. :.0. .lLBERT BK:EBK. L L. ARMISTEAD. .. ............ ;Jo.n.LUIo .... J u Empire Tobacco Works. BOSTON ADVBllTISElllliTB. LO'D'ISVU.LJI, Jl1r i>owd-&1\Eson G. w. LANGHORNE & co. r .... AJ!a: 54 v .&B.&. HARRis, & co., FISHER & co. Mannractnrereof SMOKJJU.NlfliJ'G.lCil'IJUDTOoB ACCO Y ARA & SEED 'LEAF MannracturersofEveryVaratyoJ 2 Choice Virginia S100Kin g Tobacco, No. 6, TOlJAOOO & CIGARS, U G TO B A 0 Co, Commission DJ;erchants, LYNCHBURG. VA., llTSoatAWaterBI., CHICAIO,ILL. And Dealers in Leac, No. 6 FO'tm'rDN'r:E S'rUE'r, 23 C traJWh .. ..t 'Dto hp eoiUitantl:r ea bud and for al &11 &nlli .. of J H P.EMBEHTON Qaillcy1 Dlinois. en .uu8 n, Richmond, Va. Virginia BmokiDII Tobocco. ----------.. ':,!ll .. ... Tobacco Commiss'n Merchant E. D. Christian & Co., ....... TO. ounT ....... JU,.., DANVILLE, vA. Oemmlekm Merchant for the "Pu.rcba.ae" of Ste4UD Tob-oo Work Orders for LePof promptly attended to. Betabllehed bJ Hobert A..III.Jo, 1881. Messrs, HEALD & New York. II VIRGINIA lEAf TOBACCO/' P. H. MAYO & BROTHER, Proprietors u4 llanuf'actaren of Robt. A. HaJO' TOBACCO EXCHANGE, CBLEBRATED u. 8. NAVY and all 0\ller IRJiel 9f blldt and brlibt Ohew!De Toba
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    1'.1. U v = 11 Pea Plehlres for tile t:apUoJ." KII!SIMG J.ND R&LIGrox.-..l. woman be endo-.1 LOUISVILLE LEAF TOBACCO DEALERS AND COMIISSIOI MERCHANTS. ---fte r eiAilriDI' J.r D.SPALDING,.JL ... .................... ll. 1. UBDJt"a!'BAOOft ................ aod maoDroOlariDgleaf WOL!'OUt& GLBNN ........ .......... OilttiD&&IId gleaf for .!!.50. Seventh class.-Best hhd shipping leaf, to M. Goodman, *1 0; second best bhd shipping leaf, to Turner & Haines, for $11.25. Eighth class.-.Best 10 hhds of its clf&Ss, to J. F. Calloway, for as.10. Besides the above sales, every one of which was entirely satisfactory, 156 hhds were sold as followS ; Doubtless we as a people are artistic and art lo..-ing,and the with extraordinary charms of person who has to V.b U. many monuments and specimens of painting and a sculpture trouble of foundi.gg a new religions sect for the promot.iila which adorn our national capital, all prove this. But there of kissing. Undef the proper condHiona, kiaaing is, withoe are some scenes on which an artist's pencil might fain linger doubt, a delightful exercise, but to make it a part of one' and which would not only add to the beauty of the Capitol religioall is to place a degree of constraint il;' hnilding but would have that other essential element of be-agaiuat which the man rebel& One :Mrs. ot ing eminently historical. These pictures would be illustra IS the !Older of u. new sect, th!' chief,,. tive of the. effects of an oppressive taxation on a free and cuh&nty of which. is that the are required to .__ enlightened people. 1t lute eaqh other w1th an holy kiSS. Whether she began &be JAll. CLARK ........ ..... .. .... ,. ... :,u:fu IDIUIDfllctllriDg leaf .JOliN SMIDT SCHWARTZ & 00 .... .... CUt&IDif aa4 OWBN lloBBIDB ... .... .... .... .. Loiii t.oMcco _...loll merebut P. SCHANZBNBAOIID .............. .... CmttiDg am4 ':i'!C:'.;;:.. :DA.VID BBLL ... PH ................ Dar...._ ....... au4111ipplqled a B. BASil.... .................. ... 1aa1 lll8lcUD: JIA'l'llaW'i dJ; lliillliajictdlll! ... 4 l!lllppllll&lf LOUIS J'RANCD ..................... l::ft.o'ba ...,..,_. llll men:Uata ........ .'.'.'.'.'.'."':.'; .. :, .... .Ooa&tlq aDd IUiltdadutq lfSI WX. G. MBID A 00 ........ ......... ..._ .., 16 hhds. lugs .......................... $ 5.95@7.50 54 low to good leaf ................. 7 .00@9.10 23 shipping leaf .. .' .................... 7.50@12.'75 & NEWMARK, THE of How. ard county, Ind., are in the. habit of packing geological specimens in their bales. The 18 black wrapper .................... 8.00@ 13.35 45 bright wrapper ............ .: .. 1 ( fl'hese thoughts were suggested by the action mov.ement she herself suffered fro'!'a want of a'-a\ a recent session when they legislated in the interest of al teation of or her. only was tc most every other commodity except Tobacco in the fit others, we have not sufficient mformation a b&... changes made in the Internl!l Revenue systetn,' and the lief," as the lawyers say. At .all events there IS reason was because, forsooth, Tobacco was a luxury. Tobac to suppose th.e.t s.he had w1sh but. benefit manJOn_cl co a Ask the poor laboring man when his daily toil womankmd m. s':'bst1tuting a rehg1ous a. For want of time a large quantity remamed unsold. CAIRO TOBACCO. dealers object. MA.NUFA.CTU:BEBS .QF 0 .:1: G .A..IR S, AND DEALEBS IY TOBACCO,. NEW YO.RK. x.;. :&I.A. F IT rs said that a larger area is planted in thp Connt>cticut tobacco region than last year and the plants have a good sta1t and look well. A JOLLY' UNDERTAKINO. A Lo n don paper states that a party of ten undertakers went to the Derby race upon a hearse drawn by four black heroes. J Blanks, a colored man, entered a hogshead of leaf tobacco grown by him within the corpOl'ate limits of Ca.iro. In a spirit that is worthy of bigll commendation, the Ballard county in attepdance made up a purse of$10, presented to Blanks as the cultivator of the first and only hhd. of tobacco (lver raised in Cairo. Hans Breltmaaa on tbt Weed, Mr Chas. G. Leland, of Philadolphia. (Hans Breit mann ),now in England, has contributed to Cope 's 'l'o bacco Plant, a lay on tobacco, wliich we reproduce from the columns of that journal : is over, and down, to rest by hnJ!lble fireside he kmd so agreeable tn 1tselfi but the and unspmtual .I takes his pipe, filled the fragrant narcoUc, to indulge in a who werJ not admitted .to ?' s?a. re IJ?the a;moke. As be enhales the warm current he ieels the soothof the new sect, 1t 10to thetr multJtudlitOU.S ing, quieting influence stealing over his frame, and the wrin head that there was somethmg It that ought to be put_ kles which an unfeeling world has impressed on his brow down, and so mo.bbed Mrs. and her gradualiy relax and his own fretfulness wears away; be These uncerem?mons proceedmg;s have brought the looks wttb more tender solicitude on the form of his wife before the who are supposed to be and he thinks, yes he thinks. Through the misty wreaths to human difficultlllS, and we may for a speoial he can not trace the hard lines which time has drawn with dec1s1on as _to whether or not ktssmg shall be ala heavy hand on her countenance, but she appears to him as lowed as a religwus rtte. Too LIBERAL.-Tn a rash moment an Obio farmer offered bis children ten cents a quatt for pota,to bugs. He has his choice now to supeud payments or mortgage his farm. [NoTE BY' HERR FRITZ ScHwAOKENHUIM:ER, RETARY HERR COPTAIN BREfTMANN1 UHLAN FREE LANCES.) SE C she looked twenty or perhaps thirty years ago when life was bri;;ht and joyous, and no ripples bad appeared on the surface of Life's sea, to give warning of the approaching stoM'I. His children, too, appear all at once to bavo be come more and pleasant, and with a smile of con Vonce oopon a dimes I vas find in a. Frantsch shendletentment resting on his brow he pictures in the upwa.rd man's libriothek, or book-room, a Iiddle Latin book, "de curling smoke those impossible images, those castles in the Brarse of Tobacco," by de crate Thorius. I put inJo air which he will never possess or realize. Ask that man mine bocket, und in de efenin I vas read it by d'!l bivouack whether To'>acco is a necessity or luxury, and his answer camp-fire to Coptain Breitmann, und struck before him would be. if by luxury you mean a ort of pleasure, joy, dat he vas ought to dranslate id into the. Breitmann hn comfort and solace for the ills of life, then is Tobacco a lux guage. He vas only reply to dis mid a drementons oud ury. If by necessary' you mean something which he could purst of silence, und ven dis vas ofer he kep so shdill ash not well do without, then is Tobacco a necessary. Sooner afery dinks, und smoke mit himself apout tree hours, und than part with it he would give up his coffee orJa;; yes1 denn say nodings to nopodies. Boot de nexter morgen he some would go on a short allowance of bread to obtain the A S a N FRANcrsco ToBA cc o MAN V ERY 1u.srLY SoLD. Says a San Francisco exchange : "A few days sin.ce, of our well-to do t o bacco merchants had occasion to visit the town of Suisun. After be had finished the business which called him there, be went to see the 11ights. While in a bar room he looked at his watc6, a. very fine watch by the way, and a bystander requested to see it also. The stranger remarked, A fine watch that ; is it for sale?'" Thetobacco dea ler, always on the qui vive to turh an honest penny, even iC without tobacco, ol'fered liis watch for $75. The stranger being satisfied with the price, purchased the chronometer", and gave his c:!g, and it is but justice to him to say Kentucky w. M. C ee Ballard country; Sixth mood, Alton, a to; 11econd best hhd black wrapper, to J. F. that he denies all complicity in, or knowledge of, the hhd. ente in the na?Je of a lady.) .M. Calloway, Ky., au. Fourth Class.-Best five hhds leaf crim.e, a?d cheerflllly aided the officers in their in Goodman, Quincy; MJ. artin, Eva.nsv1lle; Arthur Boyle, tobacco of its class, to White & Erickson, .9.50 ; second vestigation. Cairo. Seventh class D. Loenthal, New York; J. best five hhds leaf tobacco of its class, to Tamer & Haines, .Brooks Caseyville, K J. M. Phillips, Cairo; Eigath UO. Sixth class.-Best hhd, entered in name of a. lady, to cJass,_:Heury L. Halli ay, Oairo; John J. Sohlauge, St. Turner & Haines, for $61; neatest prize IWd to A. Boyle, A TBNNJtSSEE paper wants a party to be "formed to fix Coi'FE& without tobacco is meat without salt, says the fair fabric of freedol!l 011 She firm lopdation of toe the Persian Proverb. ta.tbers.'' 'fl(. r6LV0-vv<-evW I 6 THE slave trade on the east coast of Africa is said to b8 flourishing, notwithstanding the efforts of the English crnis ers. The atrocities. committed in the captur& and march of slaves from the interior to the coast are de scribed as being more horrible than those of the middle palsage, and involve a sacrifice of 200,000 to 300,000 lives annually. Syed Majid, a native ruler, but the creature or the English Government, is sa.id to receive a royalty of twll dollars a bead on sales of slaves in Zanzibar. His sover eignty extends over several hundred mites of coast. WANT TO GET RrcH.-A Washington dispatch says: Washington is full of men who desire to become rich by furnishing to the a beer-barrel lock, bonded warehouse lock, or some other patented invention. Tbi& morning a man exhibited a.t the Treasury Department model of an invention for keeping the stamp on beer barrels. It consisted of a square piece of tin, with a. circular hole cut. in it to exhibit the stamp. The tin was to be tacked upoa the over the bnnghole. MoRE FoRCIBLE THAN TRUE.-The Rev. Henry Ward. Beecher said in a. recent sermon ; Was there ever a boywho learned to smoke because he liked it? because ha wanted tobacco? What is it? God bas set up a. gate- most odious gate, through wlllch every smoker must pass ;; the gate of the temple of vomit; and through itthey go, with. retchings infinite. Why is it? Men smoke, and boys must be like men, hence it is that we see so many cigars going; around the street with boys attached to them. NEw SuMPs.-The Internal Revenue Bureau will change all the stamps on or about the 1st of August, substituting two kinds .. one called the sensitive stamps, so that the use of acids to canceling marks will destroy them beyond reuse ; the other to be printed in such colora as to prevent imitation by means of photography. Mucll time a.nd attention ha.ve been bestowed on this subject_ and it is supposed the precautions against fraud in the re use of stamps will save a luge sum of money to the emment. A LARGJ: 011ro ToBJ.cco CRoP PL4NTED.---The MiamiS burg BuUetin says : "Planters throughout the Valley, are. turning up the fields lately occupied by wheat and barley. and many have already been planted in tobacco; the earlr harYest will thus be the means of increasing the crop out to proportions never before attained. The feasibility of raising a crop of tobacco and wheat on the same gronnl had, perhaps, never been dreamed of, by even an euthusi3St in scientific farming." --,A GooD RusoN.-The cause of Noah's salvation frna the Deluge is thus explained by a. French humorist: N oo le patriarch a, Si celebre par l'arche, Aima fort le jus du tonneau; Pnisqu'il plant& la vigne Convenez qn'il etait digne De ne point se noyer l'eau I" "COKE RJtST IN THIS BosoK,"-An inveterate smoker has finally been induced by the solicitations of his to swear oft". To commemorate her triumph she has had_ one of his beautifully colored cigar holders set as a breast pin, which she wears on all occasions. ToBACONJST's SIGNs.It is estimated that there is 3 sculptured sig;ns in front tobacoostore:J in this city. Once they were umversatiy Indi!!O, bllt now they run more into fanciful figures of females and stage characters. One aoua in Broadway does an enormous business in this 'ffay A SMOB:ING PRtlfC&.-An exchange asserts thaUhe report respect:ng the Prince of Wales is that he is saaoking himself to death, though his frienqs declare he can amoka a. ton of tobacco without the least injury to himsel.t "N J.TU'RJ.L LEAP' 1 ToBAOCo.-A Weehingtoft dia. patch asserts that a revenue collector informs Commili sioner Pleasanton that persons in Virginia are manllfac,turing tobacco, and preparing it in sulJh a manner \hat it. is both for smoking and chewing! etampe4l wtth a su:teen cent stamp. The Commiss1oner repliea tha.t be has examined ,the tobacco, and as it is preparecl from the "natural leaf," as stated on the label ito is liable a tax of 32 centa, and that, therefore the to bacco must, be seized. .;: i!laYLOoK's o1r FLESH.-An English chemist has been .for the purpose of ascerts.ining how much of various kmds of food must be eaten iD. order to make one pound of flesh. He comes to conclusion tha.t requires twenty-five pounds of milks one hundred of turnips, fifty of potatoes, fif\y of carrots nine of o:1tmeal, seven and a .half of barley meal, ancl three and a half of beans. ... -

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    THE I ; LIQUORICE. 1 LIQUORIOB PASTE. R11D1 UNDERSIGNED AGENT IN NEW YORK FOR TBE OF THE '\\".tLL .I. ...,_ bftllllla of Lleaerlce Ca R R ud !liP, deol..,.tocaatloa. Tollacoo:o manafaetaren &gloe t Jl ( WALLIS -0(). ...... llt7otlhe a......to"bralido p nlug ID foi orllzliW llllclgeaalae Illude o.t lmpport
  • ll: but IIXTR.I.. -t. qf IJquorlce. Te>l.lloure ol!t&iJdD& \be Pure and Cenulne J Cy Ca, RR and W B,.nde of Liquorice, Toba.ceo manufacturers and the uiade in ""''l'eydlaal4 N-Yo ... "'"' the Sollo..t"'! boliMt' a the general are particular1y requested to ex o.tW'S-wlloareappobaclAs<>ntofortbedloU1bDttonoru. TlleprlceJ C)' CaLiqaorlcelo lllcgold. amine and test the superior propert-ies ot J'Na 11118 U.. f.--4 Goa above briiiiClto of will DOli pe ..m....i fol 111e,. :Barope and OIUT 1a .w 1 ,tJabed IIUIIet a., Ule plllllee IIUMilln IIIlo acherttae ... t. this LICORIC.Ili, wh1ch, bemg now brought JAJ4ES O. Mo.ANDIEW1 182 Front St., N. Y. to the highest perfec;tion, is otl'ered under I h bo I f b d t e a ve stye o ran 'Apllto!DQaiocT,lll .. We are also SOLE AGENTS for the &., ... Claeinllati,O., Bafer,HolmealoOo. b d Va., Tboe.L..JobneonloBra. Loalrrllle,Ky., Geo. W. WlcnloOo. ron 1 DID'rilla, Va., .. w. T. Clark loCo. I .. 8t. Loala, Mo., .. J. w. Booth .t Soli&. r G & CJ 0 ... JAllBS c. lloANDREWo!New York-g ==.a,rent In the United Sialee ror or our .1 oy ca RR IIIF aDd all otDor brODdo ofLlquorlce Acknowledged by consumers to be the e manaladarecl bru. BAC do .,. __ 1 ... ._ the .market And for the brand of .. & co Loa a. -L1conce Sbck 'tOBACCO MAN UP ACTUJii.ERs. TOBACCO !Uli'Ul!' ACTUR:ERS. Ot tbe llf&nD!actare or Anhur Gillender & Co ... ..,..., .. 1'0 DEPOT AND AGENCY G. W. GAIL & AX, BALTIMOllE,. SOLACE 0 TOBACCO .... 1"7 Pearl Street, New York. v.J. ELLER, -Agent. 114, 116, and 111 LIBERTY-STRE_ET,' .... 111 CBDU.STUET, &rtbar Gill-, looeph L. L .... D. A. SHOTWELL & SON-, lr&nafactarers of Tobacco and Segars,-........ of the oeubrrmest!cl CICARS, 5t BOWERY, N.Y. G. B. MILLER & CO., Manufactory, : JWM. E. PRES'T) 9111 ( Columbia Street, 1 l NEW YORK' 10 &:u.u.tr O:l5Ar, ADd dealers in all kinds ot Leaf& Plug Tobaooo, & 209 WATER ST. KINGS COUNTITOB!CCO WO'RIS. I. S. DOUCLASS, llanDl'aetarer or an kiDda Of JINE-C!JT, C1!1WING, AND SMOKING TOBAOOJS 29, 81. 88 Lorim.er Sweet. A BRAND. DU VIVIER & CO., 9 Whitehall St., New York. SOI.E A.GENTS A.ND IMPORTERS. ::t.:tOOI'..:tO:E: llAS'I'l!l. P. Harmony, Nephews & Oo., General CommissiOn Merchants, 63 :BROA.DW A. Y, NEW YORX, 52 Beavm Street, J. S. CANS & SON, TOBACCO .EROKERS, No, 86 WALL STBKBT,, ry hand work, and placed ID the 8hapingmonld,wblch at the end forming the heed Is furnished wttb a die wttb a shear edge, whl-, 61. NOTICE. LUDLOW !!IT., 11w YORK, S. JACOBY & CO., Min-or ud Wholeoale Doalen Ill -CIGARS Bole Proprietor. of &he BeDOwned El ,Baco and Metropolitan Brands, 209 PEABJ..B'IREET, Oor. H&lden L&Do, New--Yo:l'k. B:ARTCORN & HABN. WIL ZIIISSER & CO., Tobacco Sealing. WaX. 197 WILLIAM STREET, .lUIW:i'OBK. JAMES McCAFFIL. : 01' .aJID ....._ ... HAVANA AND DOMESTIC UDd........,dlng__thet our Branda ,-PLAN.ET an, d S.I.ILOJIIi' ecU'allr IDJinl the Otcu ......-..... or the United Btllee thM a.., are now abie &o au &II ordre forlireklullhd* Boclei,J. ..... JIOIGI'l.EI)'1' 1!1U8TBJI, 7 BntiJI H. MEYER, 682 lJudi!On sll'eet, EW YORK OITY. No Box Mould Tobacco Boxes and Caddies. SHERM.AN BROTHERS, dealera in Lumber, and Manufacturers of all kinds of BOXES A.lfD BOX-IJIIOOIUt, Pitt ap and BbiP' P8d tor tbe SoUtberD. -warkel.-eNCtal at. teD eket 1 th&t gives them entik eatlllfaction 1 1 I !!lever get ow& oC Order,-n well BaU&.Blade IUa,meQcl S&te.&. -Saves nme and llloney Cor the Factory bJ' separating &he Flier C m the BIDder 'n.cl '\l' rapper For full particnlare a woodc1.t aoldreM FRED. FUNKE, Detroit, Kich.


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