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

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Ofgan ofthe Tobacco of the United States: The Largest Special Trade Paper in the W or] d. Vli.-No 35. THE TOBACCO LEAF I P1)e taktn for 1 ees IJiau on .. ynr, pay"'lbltt 1ul1.v in advance; two $301 j t )rec eq,aarea, $tOO. No devia.t1on from nnder the u For Sa1e" or Wante d .. 25 c ents p"'r for' every inaerttOD All Ceanges 'in tha be paid for extrtL N o o dere!orsdvertisingw n btl oonsiderec.l an ] eea ac ompanir d by 'the c 'rresponding amount, Tllis rule will adhered to. BUSUILSS 1JH.I!t.'1 O K Y IIF NSW YORK. Tobacco Warohousn. A!l'ew W & 284 and 286 Froaltatree. ,\llen Jnhn, f72 water. 8.138 \1\iut.er. Barne t 8. U7 Water. B "" w. Alxando!r, 87 w .. te:. B-!nriw>. D. m,.(lltas B. & H9 Po&rl. ,F&ha&n'..& Co., 70 and t2 Bror.d ., & c .. ., 1><. & G .,-1:191Lo.lden JAno. a..,., r & Brn 160 Watdr. Ginter Lom!, 81 Warren. G' :tarie & Co.> Ft 9qt. B&!DDw:l!ir J & \Ju., 15< .IJDimlo.n, G W & Co ..,l;(!8 Fro at. a Kitb:edge, W. P & CQ., 71 and 71 Front. & Co .. 1tli l Pearl. Lamott .. A. C., 168 p, arl. Levip, M. H, lji2:Pearl,.. r I Jdihnd l<9nert L &"'".,.iS 'Broad. Jllarlin &:1 lwBU'Il, 1-\iMet .M.a,er Josepb & Sop Water. McCaffil !91 Qr, einlch.. \fee .tJL....Wm. Ill 8ower1. 1':' H .t; Oo 161 owd 16S lt[t.ideo Iru:te. Morris. H. M.1 19 Old Slip anrl 73 Wat6J'. Ncrtoo, l:llaognter & Co. ll I rJiiod, Otm,.n Alva, 166 Wter. Ottigger Brothers, Peorl. & Bconlle 170 Wo.Ler. Price, Ww-a1. & Co., 119 !llaiden Lane. Qnin J P & Co., ?9 Broad :Bead, I aa. c, 19 Old \:lltp_; l Re1sn: apn G & Co .179 Pea:rJ Roeenwa!d t,;, & llr ... ; 145 Water. lhloiJJOt> ):1., 192 Pefrl. 1 Scheider J pb, lH Water. Scbm t t & !ltein ecke, 165 Water. !Schroeder & Bon, 17S Schubart ll. & Co., HR BeJm cur Cb T. 189 Peorl. Spiog&rt\. E. & Co., 5 B11rllog elip, Stein, & Co. 197 Duane etreot. Stra.i ,ou, & Btor m 191 Pear]. Strobq & Heitz e nstein. l76 Font. Tag UJ&r es F. & Son 184 Front, F. W. & Co., lJOPearl. Upmann t.;ul, 188 J'ead. Vetterlen'e Son, fb. H.. 'Cedar, Weotbeim, M. & Cu., 17 7 Pearl. Wrigh.t, E. M., 39 1lt oad. Tobacco Broker& Cattue 4:: Rnete1 129 et.reet. Drayer, Edwml, 127 Pearl. Fischer, Fieceriek. 62 Beue. r. Ga.ne, J S. & Son, 86 Wall 'oabotne F., 15 Old "app. Radu, M. 4:: Son, 12S' Poarf. Manufaoturen of '!l'obacoo. Bup't>anan & Lyalll54 !Uld 66 Broad. Buchner D; !56 De o.noy. Oook, Vioctnt L. 159 Ludlow. Edmopeto11, S. 8 & Bro .. 21S & 215 Dnowa. G.llenclor, A & Co. 11._ 110, &ud 117Liberty. Goetz e F. A. & Bro., 328 Waahiagtou. Ooodwiu, W. B. & Co .. 'f;fJ7 and 21011 \later. H oyt; 'fhomas & Co., t04Pearl. B oe., 114 We&c .l:lrbadwa:y. McAlpiu, D H. & Co., oor. Avenue D &Dd Tentb. Miller, Mrs G. B. & Co., 97 Qolumb1a. Rpp, d 7 5 Fulon. Shutwo ll, D. A. & titJ:J, 174 Eiehth ave. Spier, Swan & Oo,, 71 Joho. Asents to: EmokV.g :robaocca, etc. Eller, M:. J., Pearl. Heo, E. 45 Liberty. :M;onufacturers. of C isars. Broclr, M. Co., Bowery. Cl&IH d & il'ewel, 72 /llaider, iT. & 9'1! 4() R eaver. YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 187.1.. \Vhule No. :US. Appleby & ISS Water. F. A. & Bro .. 818 Importer* rf Pip a, etc. Boiken, Richard, J.,'9 1 Ch unber., l:l!ofkee, Ji. D., !l3 Ob&mbera.and 66 Reo.de. Importora of Clay Pipes. D"ealenln Leaf Tobacco 'Beeuden HbDrv & Bro .. Pearl. Mo.llay llicb .ti Bro\ber, 115 Weet F .. ont. Hy. 18 Fro>t W&nielm'lD, F., ftJ West Front. Wohrbt & Creigbtoo, 63 West Front, L ., 61 Walnut. In Leaf and lit&. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCT 25, 1871. G. J. KUOHL:ER, G. W. GAIL. CHRIST, AX. F'llhnhonn, V 17 Maitr. Manufacturers, Importen, and Dealers Bafjer, 61 Water. J. B. & uo., Ita Front. Our Friends at. Chicago. ') & co., 1\lalnfaoturera of Moarabaam Goodli. Poll&k & Son, 48 Maiden lue. Importer& of Havo.Da Cjpi:JI. De Bory & Kbng, 52 .Bro.d. M&M!r 0., :19 lklaver; Pu.baUW, 1'. & Co., lil Mllideu ]ltla, Impo tdra of Liconpe P-te. &poleby & Helme, 133 WAter, GtJfurd, rlbermw & latll81 1$) WUliom, Gomez, Wa!Jl8 & Co., 29 &Dd 81 i William. :P. R&rmo ny, liep)lewa & Co., 61 Brot.d'lray. & 0 ., 160 Pearl. McAndr ew, James C 12!1 Fro at. 'dorris, H. U., 19 Old aod 73 W'awr. Weaver & tlterry, 2i Cedar .epeofalleo forTobaccoManufacturtrra. F. W. & Co., 2i Cedar. SeoCILaaf TobaCt;O Inapectloll. Linde, F. c .. & Co., 142 w .. ter. 'I'obaooo Pr-.. Gutbrh & Co., 22.1 Front. Manufaoturere of Cigar Bozes. Henken 1Acob, ""d m Monroe Wtcke, GdO, & Bru., 167, 15P oDd 161 Goerclt. Box, C:odar o tho Wood. Diu11ee, P. 'd. cot. Sisthand LeQ. Elo.l!emeyer, G., f;)Ot ol'lhb at., E. R. R >dmn & 216 Lfowlo. Wardr op & aud 205 Lewis, Gorman Cisar Rlbbolu. Cramer, G., 21 Wbite. Spa iah CigarRibboD&. Alminll 1. 1., liO Cedar. Cigar Moulds. American Cigar >L. M. Co., 46-J Fust &n. 1.cvby tl. & Co., Parl. Paper Tobacco Ho,.Jett Bros., 2 c 4 Fult.uu. Wianufacturer c f '!l'obaoco T'1o11-FoU. 1. J., 88 rosl>y etroot. A uctioneers of Tobacco, eto. Gerard, Bttta & Cu., 7 Old Sllp. Tol>aoco-C-tltUus Dlaoblnery. Wulet.ein, 1115 ,. Tvbaooo wb la. !latch & C .. SlW 84 Ven. fleppent eilll8r, F. & 011., 22 North W.niam. Willi!, Oil. A., A ,., baooo Wu. Zinaaer W. & Co., tfl7 W;lliaUI, Tobacco Pap!K \, lU'obo,... JauuJ: & lloou,l28 Wttllim '!l'obaoc.., D&llltllerohn.u, u ., r Manufactu er of Ruullul Kitl .. ey .1-oe., Hl Waec Broad 1.y. !>urea a Tobauoo P!pea. Rol!inon. R. W. & Sou., 181, 1 ; an4 IK Gre,llwicb. l..p- rapper-llo lllacblnF..., "'""' & (/a ., :<6 Uedal'. Clpr .lllooldlt lind SbaptK. Prentice, 1.jeo, 1., l.lli .Peul. .Havana Ci&ar Flavor Fries A. & BJOo. <6 w ..... Bro.away. Bunch Moa.c!Ja. Oo1nbruck & Co 71 Jobn. Patent Pocket Pencil Light Samue l, il. L ., S5 J ubn Fixe d etar Cigar and Pip,. Ughters Puner Mat b .lhnnfcturing Co., 97 av. Li{e 1 -osuranoe. Home Lire, ll54 Broadway. f 'fre lusuranc'i!. llarket Fire Insurance Cv., 37 Wall. -Enamel for Sbow CatO... Fmib.ng Co., 35 !Jey M a mfacturers of Sbow Cases. Kraft & Holfweiter, 13 Nqrth William. l:iauluJ. Man in & Co., 265 Brodway. ALBANY, N Y Greer, A. & Sons, 62J l:lroadway. B<IMORB. Tobacco WarehoUilles. Beck & Haydon, 60 $out b G ay. Bolen .u.o, ff .t Co., 1102 Wee5 Pratt. Boyd, W. A. & Co., 113 l!oulb. B &nne, f'. L. & Co., S7 Sonth Gay. ui.,.ke, & C o ., 42 ,ont.h Cil&rlea. Guntber, L. W., 90 Lumbard. Jtere.tnolf & Co., 49 S. c .. arlee. Loooe, C. & Co., 52 8 Charles. P.rrett, ll. F. &Co., 92 P,ul. Wm., 4 ,51 West !Jalttmore. .W.O.O..feldl8. & Co., 58 Escha.nge Place. t>ebrollder, Joe. & C u., 81 Exobange .PI&oe. Willlen.e & Klier, 69 S. Chari..,, '!l'obaooo Faoten. Gieske & Niemann, 78 S. Charlee. Rie&rdo, LeltWICh & Co., sa Exc.bange Place Manufaotilren, eto. lnC.ra !kahn, Feisa & Co., 5S West Fonrth. !Jo"eotbal, !!, & Co. 76 MHo Louio. 187 Wal out. "' Leaf Te>bacco Brokers. llorno & Ro,d, i College Building. CLARKSVILLE, ,T.El1.'9'N., Leaf'Toba :ce> B .okera. Cl&rlt M. H., & tiro. C V!NGTON. KY. Glore, J. A. P. & Brus., 15, & 19 Plo,.er & C : ayou, Kontun booaee, Greenup 01\ISBURY, Grana, G. W. DaNVILLE, VA. P811lberton, J. H. I .. ,D.,"rT;)N, 0 Ho&le!' & Peao11, Tobacco-Chtting Engme. t Patent Tobacoo Drier. Cott.er1U, Fno.r & Ca. DETI:(OI'l',MICB'. Mali f.:cturer"of Cigars and Dealers in Lraf Totacco. lfathe:wll', Wila,. 6\ n. Toba lcq .a,.D!vea. Detroit '1,V C .gar Trlmmer. Punk, Fr.t>d. .. Manufaotltter. Licbtenberg, G B. Ea.ST HARTPOa'J); CONN. Packera and Dealers. Chapman, R 'HARTE'OPD, CONN. Packers and Dealers. liubba.rd N. & C>., t8 Loodon & 1ltd..,ell. 2U !;l&te. Peaee, H & Z. !(., 16 U < rket, Shepard & Ful er, 21t St Le. Steson. A. r & F. 13! Mdv. C & Co., 15! raoe. -""'w. 2t8 State WooJruff, Jos[Jll s 62 nd 54 Ann. Woodwu r b & Stronp-, 217 t)rMte. W boleaale Dealers in Ma >Ufactured 'Iobacc s. Burnham. J.D. & Ch. 77 and 79 Asylum. INOIJ:I:OPOLI:O, INU. Manutilct r3ra of and imith & 85 Est Bo11h RLreet. ENG. Smythe, F,. ,,,, 30 NOLb John. LON DON, N rd & Co., i t. Bele.e, LOUISVILLE. X or, Tobacco Maur.rfactwera. nzer J. & tsros 13 J btid. Tob.occo Commission Merchants. M"ier, Wm. G. & Co 56 Sevemh. Wicke, 0. W. & Co., JOJ M&in Jobbers in al P l ., a of '"'annfactured Tobaooo, mpcirt,._d and Domestic Cigar ... T1o0h&u & Co., C. G. 174 Min. T baooo IV anufac'ture' Suppliea. Wlggiogtcn, E '0. & Co. 2S Third. DeaJers in Le f Tobacco .... a .Manufacturers of ;;Ji5ars Albtrdiog, G & c ... Ha & 95 P" u d. r L 'rNCal!lt1 tlf' I A. AI mU.tead, L. L. Carroll, J LnbornA, Oeo. W. & Co. TJree, John H. MELB. U RN.El, ATTB. T bacco and Tmporters. Owen, Dnbth. IMOt'ilTG:>ME,.Y AuA.' 'Warren, Burch & Co. 85 & 88 .I'IEWA K, N. :r. Bointz ingho ff er, W. \ & Son, 883 Broad. Ce.mph o ll, & Co., 95 Braad. NEW ORL<:ANS L-' -'!l'obaccv FactOlB and Merchants, Irby, J. J. & Co. 130 Gravier. Ot., 3 N. Water Bremer, Lewis, Sane, 322 Ncrtb T.bird. Dohan & Ta.it.t, 1117 t.rch. Eieenlobr, Wm & tJo., l17 Sonth Waf.-.. Herbert, L. sontb-e1111t cor. F ourth and R&ce. McDowell, M. K & Co., .North Wat3r Moore, 8. & J., 107 North W .ter. Bank & t.;o J, Rmaldo, 81 Nortb. Water. Bobm1dt, H., 53J,flouh !Second, Teller Brothrl!. 117 N rtb Third. Voo Scbaick, 6. A., 17 llortb Water, Wood word d,rothers & Co., Sa North Water. Importer of ),javaua and Ya.a Beck, F. w; & Co., Tobacco. F. W., 90 a'llking 'l'obaoco. Manufactuora of cts-ara. :Hehl .t Choetnnt. Barker & Cl>andlllr, 26 Cat ... rt. Manufacturers of Scotch Snu..,.. Guill 5 J Gcrmao. .... Packers of Seed Leaf To'--ooo. Stewart, Rolp, & Co., A ch. ...,. Manllfacturera of B Jcker .l:lrotbel'!, 98 L?mbard. flteiner, Smith Brotbel'i! & Knecbt, Race, Dealers in Havana and Domeatio Loaf Tbeobald, A, ti. lhord and Poplar, Tcbacco and Manufacturer& o! Inspector Seed eaf Tobacco. Cit;ara. DickereoD, E. W., 107 North W11ter. Marriott, G H M., 332 West Baltimore. p,TrS8UdG, P.A.. Manufacturers of Plug Tobacco. Manufact .rera of Snuff'. Nendecller, L. H., 67 Wa,t Haltimore. Weyman & Bro ., 79 & 81 Blllithfi ld. .DIIauufactures of Soul[ Manufacturer of Fme <.-'iga-8 and Dealer In Manufactured Tobacco. DukeharL, 1. W. & t!on, 29 and Cigars. C ., ., LC 1 9., '"'-K i mbali,Wro.S.&Co. ; "'"' o., wo.ter. Dealer in L eaf Tobaccos. Robiueon, J S. & Bl'O., 252 Lake and '277 Mosely D. E., Ml\ strbet. Water SPHINGF!.E:LD MASS: D 1 ealesra iD. ,Leaf Tob8.cco. Smith H. & Co., 20 Hampden Sheet, e z ., 117 thing to s11y on the general subj ec t Our (iwn ngew Jpinion of this meeting that. the bonded warehouse for Mr. Graff, has also just returned from Virginia, and manufactured tobacco should be used exclusively for has ,seen as of the manuracturers, nnd hear< l ,.be reception of manufactured tobacco intended f.or EJXport. We respectfully r-equest Congress 'to pass such _them <:>pinions quite as as tlie laws !IS may be required to')Jrevent the frauds occurring representatives of the Revenue Bureau could have d one from the peddling of manufactured tobacco." As bis in some materi al respects, from a c.omparison .of the, t y the cogent recotllmendations of CommJS -r. Juhn H. Pembe1ton The sioner Douglass, who is _gathering 11,1ariy facta to enable nas so f;n: as we kpoyv, ever. 1h11d an annual report h1m to reu.c? correct conclusions. As_-:has: already,; from Its The Danville do?prnent r ev1ews been stated m drspat. c hes, SuperVIsor P iesbroy the tobacco t1ade of t?at town dur111g the. an:i I srael Krmball, Esq., chtef of tbe To.bncco monthse.nd1p g September 30th ll.!fd presenlf stabstJsJcal of the Intern11l R eve nue Bureau, h11ve been .)1 some statements, summMi!zes the crop_ prospects, etc ; the weeks past engaged in conf erring ,with the ;;n;:t.uufac-.ovel' column m t .he turers in Virginia on this subject. The y h e ld conferPrestilent, m. his. r e port, makes. the ences in R ehmond and Pete r sburg about tli a lst r ecorn m endatwn,_ ; : In view of the :vh1ch ar:d on the 17t.h and 20th in L 'yncuburg an d ; D1mville bas. taken plac e m \)Ur tobac o .. hacle, as w ell as m the respecti'l'ely. These four points embrace 124 out of general bus 1uess of our town, I would .recommend 'the he 185 fu.cto' ries in and at. tendance at, of a journal, to be devoted ex-the conft;r e nces was very full. The purpose of thes6' _to the proruotwn of our trade, and to the meetings w 'fls to endeavor to bring tlie Government of our of co1;1ntry. a and manufacturers to closer r e lations, the interests of JOurnal, 1f properly conducted, would, m m:r opmwn, the one tile interests of the other. prpve a ll!ost in building up The best feeling prev:afled at these meetinas and the town and lll advancmg the agncu!l.ural and other Ill office_rs found the r.aanuf..r.cturers thorougb!j of this favored section .". We doubt, says the ed w1th the requirements. of the law and that the necess1ty of such a JOurnal. The papers were complying with them in good They exnow published at Danville are earnestly, if not pressea : a gim.eral friendshi.p toward the Government siv e ly de+oted to the promotion of the material and the wisdom of levying a tax on to: of that and the bas ever shown bacco .as one of the luxuries best able to bear it, !'IO 1tse1f to of the the long as r e venue is requi1ed in its present amount. mterests of V1rgq:ua co uld have no more mfl.uThey un;mimously agreed as to the necessity of a uuienlll1 1 organ than THE NEw ToBACCO LEAF form rate of. taxation to\>acco, ":itho1,1t declaring The Whig is quite right. President Pemberton evi at what rate lt be of course, as dently knows but little of the practical details of newsl ow a rate as would be cons1stent w1tli the amount of revenue required. They expressed a very strqng depaper pubhsbmg, or he would speak m so non sire for protection against dealers in l eaf tobacco, chalant a manner of the "establishment of a weekly through w'hom such a vast proportion of the journal." It is, we admit, an easy matter to start a produce escttpes into consumptjon without the paper. The first few numbers may be got out by any payment of any tax, and demandedstr.ingent provisions agQ'iLiust peddlers throurrh whom now a t d 1 f one possessmg a modest balance at h1s bankers, but o grea ea 0 t bl' h' 1 h t t' frand ie perpetrated. They should be required to give es a ts mg a JOmna owe"er, unpre en Ions, 1s bonds, r egister their wagons, keep re.:,da, Fellx. lt93 Pearl ; J .; ; :Pasc]l,.l, L : 117 :... t llolom"" M. & lllafoen Jowb :A.! & .Hr o.,11o7 ; WL!ter R. H .. !jllll ,eflil l, 1 '. J' _,Weir& 6U..l'i nv. "'-' Ytior; lt"!lh, ila rCedtr.: > r u(J )o tiiij/Otter8 or s.h TObaOOO. :klyD .. Z & CiOBb,, 62 Wall. '",, 1 '. ; 1 Toba co Beck & Watll! tnaJd 8J 1111001guuve. J E .. 1 J 0 C .Jwmermal. J }c.LNC:{NN.i!TI 1:...-bAei f:aA ,l\CISCO. ,' .. i l, i (. 1 ''J.__I t -coU:ulliS&ionMeroh;,uts:. < ltbntlfact>ttlru! o{ ._ Platt & Neiitqu / C ,. t(ittniil abd Frou1. & Ce / ,51 1 >rr Vlf' ;1 C<>lpl'" lon Mer. lfier A Co., G. Pa Wor\li hna. .. ... bADb tt.tvLE'D 0 Bratib'e>l', 'l'itno, ... Jl. oc.o 111l..Du'tac.urer ... Holmes & C-1., ll5 Becoud Witlter :Nun & Co Damil.J.eh ave united;in pa\lsing sub.strntially the f:;'llow-SlY o e promo IOU. o J. s o f\QCP ra e ing resolu tions iu '.fhat the tobac-certdmt y cannot. Indeed, from rei\Sons wb1eb 1t 1snot co associations iecorumeud'a t a x o n all tobacob. to'.:dilate "lip on at. it is evidext that ;jatll. tobacco is a C!in live outside df' the city of New I; unJ!orJ? rate Yotk not only beC!J.US<;l this, 1s the metropolis of the ,..ll!J l.Qw; would be the, pnpl,ic uecessi' : t.i<>s that we res. ectfull r<> Con rase to ass u h conn try, but because it J.s remove& ,from the nvalnes '. '( I"! p ,Y. .,
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heard that anything of the kind was ever undertaken by the Richmond Tobacco Association,' and we never will until a diffe1ent spirit actuates th!l body. At prES ent there see ms to be a sublime indifference on' the part of the majority of the membl!rs as to the quantity of topacco warehoused, inspected, shipped or sold for any given period. Outsider s would suppose that every membe r of the trade would desire to be kept fully posted in regard to such matters, but only a limited number, we learn, feel any intere s t in the subject." MANUFACTURED ToBACpo AT RxcmmND, VA.-The fol lowing is a tabular statement of the quantity (pounds) of chewing tobacco shipped from Richmond in bond, and the quantity of chewing and smoking prepaid by stamps during the past "tobacco year : ()ct., '70 ......... Nov. ...... Dec. ....... Jan. '71 ....... Feb. ...... liar. ....... Aul. ....... May, .... . .Tune, ....... July, ....... .Aug. ....... Sept. ....... ,---Ghewi:ng--.. In bond. Prep' d. 1,176,875 430,078 822,782 450,759 581,219 306,902 336,640 364,306 646,943 432,741 1,118,029 600,065 1,044,390 707,243 1,017 ,023 729,894 1 143,356 599,277 1,107,376 520,524 1,110,595 582,113 1,086,910 721,600 Snw7dng. Prep' d. 84,203 110,228 92,242 96,554 92,930 123,139 101,775 122,420 85,254 103,8711 121,816 Total .......... 11,192,138 6,445,462 1,222,262 .In. '69-'70. . 9 972 958 5,257,073 1,168, :In. '68-' 9 . 8,876,643 3,228,7 2 0 756,92ii The quantity of smoking tobacco in bond in 1870-'1 'W8.8 only 304 lbs. against 12,270 lbs. in 186\:1'70, and lbs. in 1868'69. Total product of chewing tobacco : h 1870-'71 .......................... 17,637,600 lbs. :X. 1869-'70. . . . . ...... 15,230,031 "In 1868-'69 .......................... 12,105,345 In1867-'68 (all in bond,) .............. 7,254,235 Total product of smoking tobacco : In i870-'71 ................. : ....... .. 1;(1n 1869-'70 ......................... .,;,_In 1868-'69 ....................... .. In 1867 -'78 (all in bond) .......... ... 1,222,566 lbs. 1,181,053 785,138 149,055 How TllBY TREAT !LLrorr DlS'l'lLLERS IN BnooKLYN, AND H o w THEY OuGHT TO TREAT ILLICIT Tun.;.cco-M.umI'ACTURERIJ IN NoRTH CAROLINA.-On the 18th in st., the Interual Re-.;enue authonties of the First Collection District, under command of Gen. Jnmes Jorudan, As s es sor, and a heavy force of United States troops under Gen. Vodges, united in a raid upon the DQtorious whisky districts of the F fth Ward of BrooUyn, and succ eeded in mushing out the illicit The Interns! Rllvenue authorities at 1:30 A .M. at the United States Marsl al's office in Montague street, :and h ustened to the S o u t h Ferry, whence they were .transported by a fenybout to New Ymk, where they 'Were joinen by Revenue Supervisor Silas B. Dutcher ,and who had arrived by diff erent ferries to -avoid suspicion It had been arranged that the Navy Yard tug Catalpa should be at the South Ferry at 3:30 A Y., but aftH a delay of two hours, Gen. Jourdan placed his force on board the Custom-House tug at the Battery. The detachment was conveyed to the steamers Htnry Smith and Florence, -wbicb were lying at the Bedloe's Island wharf, having on board the military escort, consiMting of five batter ies 219 men, of the l&t Artillery, from Forts Hamilton ud Wood. and ten companies of the 8th Infantry, 319 men from David's Islalnd. At 5:50 ti.Je boats started for the foot of Gold street, Brooklyn, where a landing 'WaS quietly made. Every precautidn had been taken ;to prevent an alarm, and as the military proceeded through Gold street, not a single obstacle was encoun The troops, with rifles loaded marched rapidly fOI'Ward, and the entire district wus soon environed in :a oordon of bayonets. Detachments of the solrli11ry 'Were placed at Marshal, John, Plymouth, Water, Front, York, and Prospect streets, and in the vicinity of the NMy Yard gate. A atrong guard was also eta tinned in Dickinson's alley, where Assessor Clinton Gilbert was foully murdeied on July 14th. 'I he Internal Revenue officers, without rueeting with the slight opposition, seized illicit stills in the following places : At John and Gold streets, owner unknown ; in John street, near Gold street, where 98 barrels pl whisky tubs filled with and several worms, owned by Whiteford, were found ; m John street, near Gold street, 23 barrels of owned by Dar gan in John street, below Hudtion annue and Little owner unknown ; in Little street, below United Btates and Water streets, 30 barrels, owned by Carey & Queine ; in adjacent premises, 10 barrels of whi sky -and several mash-tubs, own e d by Dnffy ; in Little :atre t two stills, owned by Brennan & Bridges ; in street, near Little street, in rear of Duffy's .sttt.ble, a 500-go.llon still ; in premises, In Ply mouth street; between Hudson avenue and Gold street, .one still, owned by Brady & Hughes ; McLean's al ley whisky and mash ; a 75-gallon shU had been re cen'tly and the fires were still burning ; in Marshall street, near avenue, a 500-gallon still :in full blast, owner unknown. In the majority of the places seized the stills were found in full operation, wilh the fires burning, und with every indication that an enormous illicit traffic bud been carried on. D eputy Collect.or Parkinson also seized l11rge rectifying estubli.shment in York street, near Hudson avenue, where a lru:ge number of barrels of unstumped whbky 4 P. x. It is estimated that this raid has resulted in 'the total loss to the illicit distillers of propert y worth $75 000. The property seized consi11ts of 13 stills, wo;th $2,000 each ; two rectifying distilleries, 500 rels of whisky, and an enormollil quaotity of mash. .All of the material is now in th" of the Government officers, and will be sold tG pay the expenses cl the raid, and for the benefit of the Government. ToBACoo AT LYNcHBURG, V A.-Says a local journal : The tobacco trade has ceased to be of sufficient im porta.nce to merit The only now in the market compnse pnmmgs and coarse ship ping, but the price for these satisfactory, some lots of primings commanding as high as five and six dollars per hundred pounds. The manufacturers sre very generally cleaning up the trash and scraps, pre Jlaratory to closing their factories until the next season cuRious observer of men, women, and things, has made the disoouery that men and boys invariably mn the b.eOO! of their boot s and shoes over outwardly, while WDIIUlll and girls always run theirs over inwardly. Out ol 14:7 men and boys that passed the observer at a given point, this fact was true in every instanoe. Out of 6T women that passed, it was true in every instanoe qa,e, THE TOBACCO LEAF. T .HE TOBACCO MARKET. NEW YORK. OCTOBER 24. IVP-rern Lf-cif.-The market: has somewhat recovered :rom the depression consequent on the Chicago fire. The sales of the week are 1,003 bhds, of which one-half were to cutters, including one parcel of 416 hhds old crop. Shippers took 334 hhds principally Africans and rich Clarksville. Jobbers have picked upsmall lots of Mason county, now very scarce. Manufacturers have found difficulty in obtaining desirable wrappers, and will soon be ohliged to use new leaf for this purpose. Prices remain about the same. A count of stock on the 19th inst., b,r Messrs. M. Rader and Son, makes 9,360 hhds w Factor's hands, and 2,220 hhds in Jobbers'. lsi wet!k. 8d wee"c. 'til ,....11:. Gila week. Total f,.nnary..... . 672 792 739 897 3,000 F e hn1a.ry..... 603 231 451 1,015 2,200 :1-brcb ........ 629 751 310 573 592 2,855 A.pril. ........... 115 632 1,414 1,267 4 000 .. .......... S39 1,021 1,217 1.009 1,614 5,209 Jnue .......... 1,1 1,670 2 .675 1.167 5 7.200 Jy ........... 1,933 1. 735 2 ,029 1,103 6 800 A.nguRt ......... 2,258 652 956 1,488 1, 6 ,800 8 -ptem uer. . 645 3,157 84!1 904 948 6 500 0 J tobcr ......... 645 371 1,003 2,ul9 Viginia Leaf.-A lot of thirteen hogsheads of wrap pers, at full prices, is the only eale of importance that h s come to our notice Dulness prevailed throughout the entire week in this depattment of trade and it be said, in all departments ; with. a single ex: cept10n, referred to below. From Virginia, whence we have ad vices up to last evening, no intelligence has reached us that il) anyway modifies accounts already published. Continually lessening breaks" and gradually advancing prices nre reported as usual, and the appear to be almost bare of everything of a desirable character, transactions beina chiefly in nondescripts. b New York is ah this moment a better place to buy in th1m either Richmond or Petersburg factors here having cl;wicer, and even cheaper, than are generally to be had in those cities. The quantity of really good leaf here, however, is limited and a general resort to this market need not be in consequence of the hint thtis tliroivn out for the bene fit of those who are seeking and find not. Reference is still made to the mea.gern ese of the crop just housed and are indulged in concerning the con sequent future elevation of prices. But, "Sufficient for the day"-"The proverb is somewhat musty." It may be l11id , 62 do, box es, &-Growers ot ePd leaf tobacco are cantio, e t aca u .. t o.,r reaa e,. and quotation ot se d lea! &II furniabiuU' th-, pnce s that Bho Jd be obt l.ly th m 6. et hand. Grl) c11nnot 8X1)9Ct to sell tbelr or ps lor the same p r c e a &9 a e l btained on a resa1e of the crop here. Qt cours e every re-sale muti b e at an dance, ant1 th rerore thq prioe obtainalllo by the growtre willar waya be eomewha.t OWer tha.n our quot.atlons QUO rATION' OF PRICES. Wut,.,.__Light loaf. Hhi t ping. common luga. Commou teat ........ Medtum .... Gool ... .... }line ... Selectione ...... Ll!lbt cutttug lug .... do du leal 77(@ 8}4" 9)>@10 10 @II 11 @12 I2 @Ia IO @Ll I> @30 Heavy Jeat Common luge ... ... S U Comma loaf........... 8)>@ 9}> lledlum 9 )>@ll Good .. u Flue .................... U @13 13 @I' l@ S FnDIQ lagtl ... 6 @ T Com to good lu .. ?}(@ Lu.;to med .um leaf 8 @ t}> C:iood to Aue to @12 BeaTy tiblpplng Leaf @Wrappero, dark......... 10 @U @12 Com. to mod .,....led.. 7 @ 0 Fino opanglecl to yellow. 12 @:.6 MMJII- York S.od Lttif.-5 @. 6 @ 7 7 @ 8 8 @ 1 0 10)i@l3 1 @lll @30 B @ t Wrappars. ............. 25 A 'forage loll 25 Filler . 1 Pe .. s. a Lu @2T ToNI .. II @30 i2.: au .. @35 =::::::::::::::::::::: Com non and odium, U @IT 8at>kifl -., our Fritz ............. 60, 6(5, 10 Cigtlrl -Domeetlc. tieed and t:IBTaDa, tOr 11 ........... 00 @T8 00 do CoDn. -. 311 00 @'0 00 do do s ndo. 110 OJ oo N...,.TorkSeed(o n. wrapPer. l10 00 @1.1 00 l'euo. do do do.. 17 00 @ 3 03 Ohio do do do .. 11 O @;lil liO Coon. Filer and ,.rapper . 20 00 @30 00 Comm\tD f'iaan ... US OG @ 8 00 '"herooto ond IS!a:e. 10 Oo.uglass will consider the subject in his October 24, were 894 hhds, 42 trcs, 50! trcs, 57 butts, annual report, and his recommendations, whatever they 1,344 cases, 987 pkgs, 20 boxes 607 i boxes, they shall be, will be the result of the very thorough boxes, 209! boxes, 611 boxes, 50 kegs, 40 boxes pipes, investigatioD. which giving theBUbjeol!' 4 cases licorice, consigned as follows : That Douglass will not moT& in so By the Erie Railroa.d-P. Lorill1trd & Co., 122 hhda ; important a matter 1without full oonsideratioll of the l. K. Smith & Son, 15 do ; T. M. Parker & Co., 5 dG ; question, we tab. this prudent initiation step of hia aa Morton, Slaughter & Co., 7 do ; A. D. Chockley & Oo., aunpletestimon7,' and it is for thiuea.aon that we hope 10 do; Pollard, Pettus& Oo.,17 do; S a wyer, Wallace oppon&Dta 01. scheme in all parts ol. the OOUD. 1 & OG., 9 do ; L. P'. Flagg, 9 dg; l. D. Keilly, lr., 31 do; Our market has been very quiet, with light sales and receipts Continued dry, fair weather, and no pros pects of a rise in the river at present. Quotations continue unchanged from last report. LOillSVILLE, OcTOBER 18.-Wo rAport as follows: is little or no change in the market. Receiptlil continue light, and as the offeriugs are small, there is not much sold. Rates are fully maintained, as the de mand is good. The receipts for the week were 274 hhds. 303 boxes, and the expotj;s 378 hhds, 1712 box es. The sales at the different warehouses for the same time were 24 hhds, as follows :Tile Pickett House sold 72 hhds ;-3 hhds Daviess county leaf at $13.75, 13. 75. 15 ; 3 hhds Davi ess county lugs at 7. 50, 8.20, 8. 70 ; 11 hhds Breckenridge county leaf at $8.65, 9.20, 9.90, 10.25, 10.25, 11, 11.25, 11.25, 11.50 12,14.25. 9 hhds Ohio county leaht $8, 8, 8, 8.70, 8.80, 8 90, 9, 9, 11.75; 5 hhds Ohio county lugs at $7, 7 7.20, 7.40, 7.40 ; 1 hhd Livingston county common leaf at $9 ; 2 hhds Christian county leaf at $8.40, 8. 70; 1 hhd Hll.l"din county common leaf at $8.70; 1 hhd Metcalfe county common leaf at $8 .20 : 2 hhds Barren county common leaf at $7.70, 8,40; 1 hhd Todd county common leaf at $8 ; 1 hhd Trigg county common leaf at 8 ; 1 hhd Trigg county lugs at $7.30; 1 hhd Larue county common leaf at $8.20 ; 1 hhd Larue coun t y common lugs at $7.40; 1 hhd Taylor county commou leaf at ; 8 hhds Logan county lugs at $7.20, 7.20, 7.20, 7.20, 7.30, 7.35, 7.40, 7.90; 3 hhds Hart county lugs at $7.10, 7.50, 7.90; 2 hhds Mason couuty trash at $8.20 8.40; 5 hhds Tennessee leaf at 8.10, 8.30, 8.30, 8.60,. 8 80 ; 4 hhds Tennessee lugs at $7 .60, 7 .60, 7.60, 8.90; 4 hhds blackfat at $8.25; 2 hhds factory trash at $5.35, 6.60. The Louisville Honse sold 70 hhds :-6 hhds Hancock county leaf at $8, 8 .70, 9, 10.50, 10.50, 11.50; 2 hhds Hancock county at $7.80, 8 ; 9 hhds Breck enridge county leaf at $9.50, 9.60, 9, 9.50, 10, 10, 10.50, 10. 75, 11 ; 3 hhds Mllade county leaf at $7.40, 8 40, 10.50 ; 4 hhds Meade county lugs at $7, 7.10, 8.30, 8.60; 1 hhd Graves county leaf at $10 ; 1 hhd McLean county new crop common leaf at $8.10 ; 2 -hhds McLean county leaf at $7. 75, 8. 70 ; 4 hhds Davieu county luga and leaf at $6.90, 7.50, 7. 70, 8.30; 1 bhd Adair county leaf at $8.60 ; 2 hhds Adair couo.t]" l1J88 at $6.40, 7 ; 1 hhd BiUTen county leaf at $8.70 ; 1 hLLd Monroe connty leaf at $8.10 ; 1 hhd Hart coantr lugs at $7.10 ; 1 hhd Metcalfe county lugs at $7.80; 3 hhds Green River lugs at $7.10, 7.60, 7.60 ; 2 hhds Stmpsou county lugs at $7.45, 7.70 ; 1 hhd Grayson county lugR at $7.20 ; 11 hhds Henry county, Tenn., leaf at $7.80, 8 80, 8.80, 8.90, 9, 9.10, 9 .30, 9.50, 9. 70, 10 .50. 13.75 1 hhd Olarka sville leaf at $9 ; 8 hhds Clarksvilie lugs 'at $7 75 each; 1 hhd West Tennessee leaf at $7.85 ; 2 hhds Indiana scraps at $3.30; 1 hhd scraps at $2. 45. The F!'rmer:s' House' sold 44 hhds :-2hhds Henry county lugs and leaf at $9.80, 15 .25 1 hhd Barren county cigar leaf at $l:t50 ; hhds' Barren county lugs and leaf at $7.10, 7.20, 7.40,. 7.65, 8 8,60, 8.70, 8.80, 8.90, 8.90, 8.90, 8.90, 9, 9.20, 9.30, 9.40, 9.50, 9.90 ; 2, hhdsHart county new leaf at $10, 11 ; 3 hhds Metcalfe county lugs and leaf at $7.20, 9.30, 10.50 ; 2 hhds Mc Cracken county leaf at $8.60, 9.80 ; 2 hhds Butler county leaf at $8.40, 8.90 ; 4 hhds Butler county lugs ll $7.20, 7.30, 8.60; 3 hhds Warren county leaf at $8.10, 8.60, 8.80 ; 2 hhds Green county lugs and leaf 1\t $7.40, 9; 2 hhds Simpson county lugs and leaf a' $7.50, 8 50 ; 3 hhds Tennessee leaf at $8.20. 8.40, 8.60. The Boone House sold 39 hhds :-6 hhds Hart count]" leaf at $8.60, 8.70, 8.80, 9, 9.30, 13.25; 1 hhd Hart county lugs at $7. 70, 3 hhds Green county leaf at $8.90, 9.20, 10.50 ; 5 hhds Green county l ug s at $7, 7.10, 7.30, 7.30, 7.90; 2 hhds Taylor county leaf at $8.50, 11 ; 4 bhds Taylor county lugs at $7.30, 7.40, 7.50, 7.50 ; 2 hhdli Butler connty leaf o.t 9.60, 10; 1 hhd Cumberland county lea.f at $9.60 ; 1 hhd Adair county leaf at $8.90 ; 5 hhds Adair county at $7.10, 7.10, 7.30, 7.60, 7. 70; 1 hhd Daviess coanty leaf at $8.20 ; 2 hhds Daviess county lugs at $7.20, 7.80; 2 hhds Logan county lugs at $6.90, 7.20 ; 1 hhd Larue county lugs at $7.20 ; 1 hhd Christian county Iuers at $6.90; 2 hhds West Virginia common leaf at $9.60, 9.70. The Planters' House sold 33 hhds :-1 hhd Virginia mahogony wrappers at $25 ; 3 hhds Green county l eaf at $8.60, 11.50, 11.50 ; 5 hhds Breckenridge county leaf at 7.80, 8.10, 9.10, 9,80, 11.25; 1 hhd Henry county leaf at $10 ; 1 hhd Henry county lugs at $8 ; 1 hhd Hart county leaf at 9; 2 hhds Hart county, lugs at $7.90, ; 1 hhd Breckenridge county lugs $7.80: 1 hhd Trigg county leaf at $8.80 ; 1 hhd Trigg county lugs at $7.10 ; 4 hhds Logan county leaf at $8, 8 30, 8.40, 8 ; 1 hhd Logan county lugs at 7.50 ; $1 hhd Henry county lugs at $7 .60 ; 1 hhd Grayson county lttb'B at 7 ; 4 hhds Tennessee leaf a t $8, 8.10, 8.30, 8.30; 2 hhds Tennessee lugs at $7.10, 7.80 : 2 hhds Indi!l.lla leaf at $13 25, 13.75; 11 hhds rejected at $7, 7.10, 7.60, 8, 8, 8.10, 8.30, 8.30, 8.60, 8.70, 8.90. The Ninth-street House sold 28 hhds: -3 hhds Owen county leaf at $14, 18, 23; 4 hhds Owen county Jugs at $9.20, tlJ 13.50 ; 2 h!"lds Htmcock county leaf at $13 15 lOhhds Breckenrid ge countyJeafat$8.50'llJ14; 6 Alle n county le af at $8.20 @ 10; 2 hhds Indiana leaf at $7. 96 8.20 ; 1 hhd scraps at $3. PHILADELPHIA, O oromm 23.-Mr. E W. Dick er son, reporter for the Tobacco T ade of Philadelphia, writes as follows : There was a moderate demand for leaf la'lt week. Sales, not h A r e tofore r e ported, GG 100 cases State seed; 30 do. Connecticut; 60 do Ohio, and 40 Penn sylvania ; also, 20 hhds Kentupky, and 80 bales Span ish. are fully maintained. last week were below the avero."'e amounting to less than a million. Our principal c;;a; manufacturers are adopt.ing the moulds. Sales of manufactured plug amounted to nearly l ()()() boxAs ; smoking tobacco to over 300 pk:gs. Receipts reported were as follows :. Per Bitner & Co, 140 cases for TeUer Bros. Per Richmond steamers, 1641 boxes, 6 butts, 38 cases, manufacture t, and 70 c1Ul6s smoking for M. E. McDowell & Co ; 462} box6B, 2351 boxes, 8 cases, manuftUJtured, for Dohan & Taitt; 5lf' boxes, 85l boxes for J. R. Sank & Co.; 46 Ca&ell smoking, and 50i boxes, manufa.ctured, for other panies. SAN FRANCISCO, OCToBaa 13.-The CGmmercial Herald says that in the absence Gf any public sale of manufactured stock, we fail to discover any transactions of moment prices. The jGbbing trade is good and sales of cons1derabl!l moment at satisfactory pri068 Stocks liberal. Our Sl,lpply of Eastern Leaf is full and prices as heretofore. The exports. were 35 cases, 10 do. cigars to the Sandwich Islands. There are now on their way to this port from domestic Atlantic ports, 8 hhds, 681 cases. Sr. LOUIS, Ocrromm 18. Mr. J. E. Haynes, tobacco broker, reports as follows :-Received 117 hhds, against 104 the!revious week. Receiptd and offerings are light, an will continue so to the close of the season. ,The market was strong and active on Thursday, and continued steady and firm till yesterday, when it was rather unsettled-weak at our preVIous quotations. Sales from Thursday to yesterday, inclusive, 132 hhds: a at $:i.70, 3.75 to 4.90, (scraps); 1 at. 5.10 1 (new primings); 1 at 5.50, (scraps and lugs mixed); 15 at 6 to 6.90; 33 at 7 to 7.90 ; 37 o.t 8 to 8.1}0; 22 at 9 to 9.90; 5 at 10 to 10.25; 3 at 11.25 to 11.75; 2 at 12 to 12.50; 1 at 13.50; 2 at 14 to 14.50; 2 at 16.50; 2 at 17 to 17.25, (the latter new Missouri); 1 at 20, (new Mis souri) ; .and 2 at 20.25 to 25. 75, and 5 boxes at 6.10 to 10.7 5. In the same time 2 hhds were passed, and bids were rejected on 22 hhds at 7.10 to 49. 50. To-day the market was about as yesterday. Sales 23 hhds: 12 at 7 to 7.90; 7 at 8 to 8.90; 1 at 9.40; 2 at 13 to 14. 75, and 1 at 20.25, and 1 box at 9. Bids were rejected on 7 hhds at 7.80 to 17. We quote : Inferior and light weight lugs at 6.50 to 7; planters' do, 7.25 to 8; common dark leaf; 6 75 to 8.50; medinn to good do, 9 to 12; factory dried, 8.50 to 10.50 ; fair to good manufacturing, 14 to 20 ; bright do, 20 to40; fancy bright, 50 to 100-None offering. RIOHMOND, OcTOBER 21.-Mr R. A. Mills, tobacco broker and commission merchant, reports :-Our re ceipts and offerings are small, but are adequate to the demand, and there is enough remaining of the old crop to meet the demands of our manufacturers until the new crop is ready for th. e market. Prices remain unchanged except for prinnings which have declined a lit tle and are wol"th from 3tc to 4tc for common to medi um, good to fine 5c to 6c. Transactions for the week are 550 hhds, 249 trcs, and 26 boxes. FOREIGN. BREMEN, OOTOBER 6.-0ur special correspondent writes as follows :-On the 22d ult. I had this pleasure last. The market for Kentucky has remained rather quiet since, while in Ohio and Maryland tobaccos more life has been experienced. P:rices though, of all kinds, remain very firm. 'l'he sales transacted within the last week are as follows :-Kentuc!cy, 46 hhds at 10 grts ; 10 at 9! do ; 25 at 81 do ; 52 at 121 do ; 20 at lH do ; total 153 hhds. Virginia-188 hhds at 8l grts ; 25 at 9 do ; 50 at 8t do ; 23 at 81 do ; total, 286 hhds to arrive, 62 hhds at 9! do. Of Stems, all offers were sold at gGod prices, vi.z:-40 hhds Kentucky at 21 thaler per 100 lbs ; 9 do. at 3t do ; 7 do. at4t do ;. 35 do. at 4 do; 15 do. Virginia at 6 do ; toto.ll06 hhds Ohio-110 hhds at 9t grts ; 17 at lOt do ; total, 127 hhds ; to arrive, 34 hhds at 11 grts ; 67 at 1U clG ; 77 at lOt do; 63 at lOt do ; 45 at lOt do ; total, 286 hhds. Maryland-134 bhds at llt grts ; 70 at 101 do ; 25 lOt dG ; 59 at 7t do ; 49 101 do ; 50 at 1U do ; to 387 hhda; to arrive, 45 hhds at 11 grts. Stock end ot September, 1871 : 45 hhds Bay ; 50 do. Ohio ; 4 do. Scrubs ; 196 do. Maryland ; 290 do. Virginia ; 3,000 do. Kentucky; 446 do. Stems; dG. 1870; 65 Ba1i dG. Ohio ; 5 do. Scrubs; 212 do. Maryland;-do. Vir ginia, 902 do ; Kentucky, 911 do. Stema. LIVERPOOL, 0croBEB '7.-Mr. F. w. Sm;r\b. ... buc com..mi.Eion merchan.t, report.t :-Bmoe la iDA .,. (.

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THE TOBACCO LEAF. there has been more or less done from day to day in THE PET.i:RSBURG SHORT-WEIGH!' I sa.w in a morning newspaper, the brou, an article Factory dried leaf and strips for home_ use, at un-FRAUDS. stating that I was to be tried that day before the Board changed price s ; there have also b ee n sales of leaf for PBOCEEDmos oF TEE TOBACCO EXCHANGE.-BEPOBT oF of Trade. Said o.rticle is as follows : Africa; butonly to a limited extent, holders having THE coMMITTEE oN THECHARGE8 AGAiiNST HR. IIALONE.-'.Alleged delinquency qf,. a member qf lhe Tobacco &-tli.ken a :firm stand fot better prices, as a rule; but as ms DEFENSE.-BE DENIES THE ALLEGATro'lis.-A voTE ol!' change.-Mr. Wm. Malone, a member of the Tobacco lAtest ad-vices from the oo'ast speak of stagnant mar}tets EXPULSIO)l.-WBAT"'A NEWSPAPER Do. ., .,, is to ?e tr!-ed before the tp..day on and unprofitable shippers were unwilling to W fi th p tef I) (Vii.) Inde:c of Oct 12 _the charge of Ylolating the regulations of that body. meet the "Views of holders, and bought what e copy :om e s urg Mr. Malone's name has been mentioned in connection they found in the market, at fonD:er figures. the full details of the meeijng of the Tobacco EKcha.nge with the complaint of short weights recently made by actions in export leaf for the continent have transprred. at which Mr. Malone, the member accused of selling by parties in New York through THE ToBAOCO LEAF." ImJX>rts during the past :five bwrineJIS days 1214 hhds, original weights, when the tobacco had been actually I .saw Mr. Dunlop. that morning, who told me deliveries 259 hhds. reweighed and the difference allowed him in his pur-he had been appomted on th.at M U Elli t & C in their Monthly Cir that the commrttee had never srod anything to him essrs. rmson, 0 o ., chase, was found guilty and ex_pell.ed. As this action about the subJ'ect. I afterwards ascertained that by cular, report :-The Market for Amencan Tobacco for did had t T T the past month opened with a str!>ng demand both f?r would not have taken place, as It no HE osome means never yet explained, Mr. F. S. Anthony had Leaf and Strips, and a good was done, while BAcco LEAF co.lled attention to the fact that frauds of been substituted for Mr. Dunlopon the committee, and during the latter half of the month 1t has been. more of this character were being perpetrated at Peters burg, that the committee would report that day. I anticipa a retail character. The s.ales on the aggreg!lote have and the re utation of the trade there being thereby ted the report, by ca.lling upon the presiding officer of b ee n to a fair extent and without change in prices, . the Board to declare that I was not, and had not been which continue finn. In some cases, under adverse senously mJured, we may add this to the long on trial. No civilized people had ever put a man on ad vices and limits from shippers, holders have adlist of illustrations daily afforded by the course of eve nts, trial without notice of the charges against him, of the vanced their pretensions for some parcels but the of the mighty power of the Press for good or e-vil in a name of his acc user, and of tlie time and place of trial. meantime any rise is not confirm e d by actuii.l busmess. free community. Upon this demand of mine arose the scene of which the f h th 4459 bhds t 1425 d f E h whole Board were witnesses. The result was the adThe imports o t e mon are agams The Index says : The Tobacco Boar o xc a.nge t f th 1 ti d hi h o,; ttee hhds. delivered, lea-ving the stock 28,312 against 19,233 op wn o e reso u on un er w c ."'"'1s commr 1s hhds. last year. Virginia Leaf has been taken to a met y esterday mornmg at 11 o clock, the PreSident, Mr. no acting, and which I here annex : moderate extent for spinning, and there have been J os. E. Venable in the Chair, for the purpose of r eceiv -R esolution of 18th September, 1871 "On motion of sal es of a few bright parcels for Birds' -eye at good ing the report of the committee appointed on the 18th Mr. Wm .. E. Hinton, a committee of viz: Me ssrs. prices. Strips were also in moderate request, and, of S eptember to investigat-e certain charges all ege d C Sp1cer, S W. Venable and :J?aVld Dunlop were 'd th to k d b ess was done in appomtetl to ferret out a cetiain lot of tobacco consJ enng e s c a goo usm agamst Mr. Wm. J. Malone a member of the Exchange. spoken of by W. J. Malone as havm' g b een sold andrecommon and medium grades at from 6 d. to 7td. A w few of the better class were also taken at from 8d. to That Committee. as named by Mr. Malone himself, cqnsold by the old weights." 8 d. Western Leo.f.-Dry Missouri for spinning was sisted of Messrs. W. P. Elam, J. A. Johnston, C. A Resolution of 26 of September, 1871 : !'Moved and in fair request, and a moderate business done at from Jaekso:U H. Nolteniu s and S W. V enable. The attendseconded, that the resolution passed on the 18th instant 5 t d. to 6!d. In Export descriptions not much done, ance the Exchange was i.musually large in view Of in regard to the committee appOinted to inye.at :gate a there being little demand fof Africa, and that for the f di ted to lot or parcel of tobacco alluded to by W J. Malone as Contin ent at prices below what holders are looking for. the mteresting.character 0 the precee ngs expec as having bee n sold to be reweighed, and afterwards Strips have sold to a considerable extent of the moder-be had before Jt, and many gentlemen, not of sold by the old weights be reconsidered, and that the ate stock left on sale, and the market presents but a the Board, were present. As soon as the Exchange had said W. J Malone have the privilege of selecting a poor selection till sampling of the new has made some been called to order, the report of 'the Committee was committee. of five to investigate the matter. Carri_ed. progress. The sales included all classes, but chiefly called for as being the business of the day, and was pre-He the sa1d Yl. J. Malone then selected the followrng such lower and medium grades as were to be had. d d d gentlemen, VlZ. W. P. Elam, S. W. Venable, C. A There have been several inquiries at under 7d. per lb., sente an rea Jackson, H. Noltenius and .t. A Johnston." REPORT. but of such very little was to be had, and that very Gentlemen of the Committe e : What has transpired common. Ma.rylands in moderate request. A few The committee appointed on the 26th of September, here in the presence of us all, need not be rehearsed. small lots of co lory Ohio have also been taken. The at. a meeting of the Merchants' Exchange, to investigate I am content to mark only a few salient points The. sampling of the new import has commenced and is certain matters referred to in the resolutions adopted absurdity of my being or ha-ving been, on trial, became making progress, but too little has yet passed the scales by the Board on the 18th and 26th of September, after very apparent. For outside of the committee itself, no to allow of a reliable opinion of the general character a careful and laborious investigation of the whole matter, man came either to accus e or to prosecute me ; and of the crop being formed. Substitutes much wanted, beg leave to report : That from the e-vidence adduced after search it was discover e d that no charge &nd not to be had. Cavendish in better demand, and before them, which was of the fullest and clearest char-had been preferred against me. Then this committee rather higher in price acter, they were convinced that Mr. Wm. J. Malone, a proceeded as directed to "investigate a lot or parcel of Messrs. John Stewart Oxley & Co ., report :-The member of this Board, did buy three packages of totobacco "alluded to" by W. J. Malone as having been demand for American Tobacco in this Market, bas been bacco that had been in the inspection warehouse six sold to him reweighed, and afterwards sold by t.he old fairly active during the past month, and every grade of months s ince their first inspection, by re-view samples; weigh ts ;" and of its own mo tion also proceeded, wi t h Leaf and Strips has b een dealt in at current rates leo.vthat he did claim of the party selling them that, accordllie aid of a score of witnesses (embracing almost every ing a very limited stock of Old Tobacco on hand. West-ing to the rules of the Exchange, they should be reman wi 1 h whom I have had dealings during the season ) ern Stemmed was freely taken, both by Ireland, and by weighed and he be allowed to settle for them by the to invest.iga te my whole mercantile career. The records the Home Trade, and Dry Leaf of that growth has also actual weight; that said tobacco was reweighed and Mr. of the committee, and the memories of its members and been in demand ; but being very scarce, and prices Malone allowed a deduc tion of 23 5 pounds for loss in other persons present, will support the declaration, that high for the :fi.llery class, not much changed hands. weight upon three packages ; that Mr. Malone did subthe investigation discovered nothing, except what I re Virginia Leaf, if yellow, sold readily, whil e only the sequently sell these three packag es of tobacco by their vea.led The tobacco "spoke n of" by me, and "allude d commoner of Stemmed were asked for. The original weights without disclosing the fact that they to" by me, in my maiden speech on 18 t h September, Stock here IS 28,312 hhds .. against .19,233 hhds. last had been reweighed and that he had been allowed the 1871 embraced 6 hogsheads-or rather packages-some year ; and buyers will not be able to complain, when deduction of 235 pounds for loss in weight. That this called ponie., being very small ; all designated as follows: sampling is finished, cannot find the kind they committee is con-vinced that this transaction is a gross Oaks, 1470-640-100-540 at 3 85, $20 79. require. Prices remain in "View of the unfavorable violation of the letter and Spirit of the Constitution Oaks, 1456-782--130-625 at 3 85, $25 10. crop accounts from the oba.cco growing States of and Regulations of this body, and that it is not in acOaks, 140S-950-109-841 at 3 85, $32 33 America cordance with strict and proper mercantile usage. Centre, 1000-1265-110-1155 at 4 10, $47 35. Messrs. John Grant Hodgson & Co.'s Monthly CircuW. P :EL.AM, Chairman. S. WooDSON VENABLE, Moores, 284-1106-12S-978 at 3 371, $33 01. Ia.r reports :-As was expected, there was a very quiet C A. JACKSON, J. A. JoHNSToN, H. NoLTENIUs. Centre, 1944-1030-150-880 at $5, (50 lbs deduct' market during the last month, owing, chiefly, to the PETI!.II8BuRG, OCT. 10 1871. ed,) 830 lbs. sampling being backward a:nd holders being very firm When the report of the Committee had been read, This list, was furnished to tlie committ ee in my pres-in consequence of the confirmation of the Unfavorable Col. Wm. E. Cameron immediately moved that the 17th ence by my counsel, with the assurance of my wish to reports received of the growing crop, which, if we can section of the rules and regulations of the Tobacco Exaid the committee in its investigation : in the develop believe all we hear, will be very much below the averchange, under which the had been appoint-ment of the truth upon an inquiry, which to me under age ; and it is said to have been planted out so late, ed an_ d had be now put passing all the circumstances wa.s painfully suggestive. It was that it runs a great risk o being damage d by frost. On of this. mo?on was tantamonnt to the the shown by witnesses whom I had summoned, and ac the other hand, we think that the very large stock now Commrttee s report 1and Mr. expulswn.] counts which I had asked to be ready_ for production, here must prevent for the present any considerable adThere followed some. desultory discussiOn When Mr. that: Paclrage or hogshead marked C entr,e, No 1944, vance in prices. Western Strips.-The few sales made arose and d e8ll'ed that he be allowed to present and upon which there was a deduction of thirty lbs. were of old imports. Western has been his d efence before the Exchange. Mr. John L yo n, as for lo ss of weight, was taken by me from the 'yare more done in this class, chiefly in fillery descriptions. Mr. Malone's counsel, then proceeded after a few pre-hous and carried to my factory. That packag e or Virginia Strips and Lea.f .-The little business done was fatory and explanatory remarks ,to read a lengthy hogshead marked Moore's, No 284, was opened lind re confined to the lower grades there being only a small paper m the defense ?f Mr. Malone s m regard filled by m y order at Moore's Warehouse, (the Inspectselection offering. to the charges on which he stood arrrugned. ors having the work d o ne for me,) and r eMessrs. Robert Edwards & Co., report as follows:HR. lL!.LONE's DEFENSE. solu as a new hogshead, unde r No 498, and bought by During the early part of the month there was a good To the Tobacco Trad e if the Otty of P etersbu rg Richard A. Young, E s q. That hogshead or package inquiry for T obacco, and a fair extent of business was M essrs. W. P. E fam and Others, O ommtttee the marked Centre, No. 1000, was sold for me by my friends, done. The principal transactions took place in factory 18th day of September, at 11: regula: meeting of Elam & Parrack, to R. A. Young Esq., and that it was dried Leaf, with substance, and the lower and medium the B oard Tra de, at therr room m. the. crty of Petersa new hogsh ead which had not been in the warehou se grades of Western Stemmed. In the latter part of the burg, attention was co.lled to an ro:t1cle m the ToBAcco 6 months, having been first inspected on the 18th day month the demand bas been much less active, and New was construed as of May, 1871. The other three hogsheads marked re mostly for the supply of the immediate wants of the an .of the of the and pectively, Oaks No. 1470, No. 1456, No. 1408, were sold home trade manufacturers. Prices have hardened a dealers m this etty. I here the art1cle the by me privately to Mr. Landon Lyon, who was buying little, consequent on the very unfavorable reports of of the Board of m respect to 1t : unde r sweeping orders, all the old tobaccos he could the crop, which f .or several weeks past, have been reof Pe_tersburg us we get, almost without limitation as to the price. Mr. ceived from all parts of the West, as well as from Vir-to rece1ve complamts of short mspection we1ghts m Lyon who had been requested by me to attend the ginia. Strips for cutting and filler purposes, under hhds. sold by Petersburg In the latest case committee a.s a witness, furnished upon request an ac seven pence, are fully td. per lb. dearer, but there is no that has our notice, there was a l?ss of over count of the sale I made to him of a larger lot of to change in the price of The sampling of the new 1,700 pounds m .17 hogshea:ds. These _ought bacco, embracing the three hogsheads above named. Tobacco is now general, but the progress made is slow, !lot to be, if a lS not speedily mstituted, A comparison of the accounts furnished as before stated owing to the crowded state of the warehouse. Most It will become nnpossible to sell leaf by Petersburg by Messrs. L. Green & Co. and Mr. Landon Lyon, disof the Leaf which has pa.Ssed the sca.le is not nearly as samples .. We are glad to h:ear, therefore, the trade closed the fact that I had bought three hogsheads of good as we expected it to be, and the few parcels of of City putting the matter ng. ht. They tobacco more than six months old, from L Green & Co. Strips are likewise indifferent in quality-fit only for owe 1t to themselves to .act. and to _act at once. asking and receiving an abatement from the old weights, cutting and :filler purposes. The import of the month Res?lved 1. the President of this. body be, aud that I had shortly afterwards sold privately to the amounted to 4,459 hhds., and deliveries to 1,425 he IB hereby mstructed to Wlth the edsame three hogsheads to Mr. Landon Lyon by the old hhds., against 19,233 }lhds. at the same time last year. 1tors of THE ToBACCO LEAF and numbers of the weights, he neither asking nor receiving any abate The excess is large, but may be accounted for by the seventeen m 188Ue of the same ment. I thus furnished the proof to support the truth fact that less than the usual quantity of Tobacco has paper as havmg fallen short m we1ght an of of my etatement in the debate on the 18th of Septem been sent to London. Virginia L eaf.With a better hundred pounds per hogshead. 2. After obtaml?g ber, 1871, except only as to that part of said statement supply of this description rather more business ha.s which he trace them to the out of which which alleged that I sold the said tobacco back again been done and all grades in request have realized full they were shipped, the length of trme they were stored, to the same party. It now appears that in fact, the to market Colory lots sold almost as soon as whether or not tJ;Iey before l eaving the baccos which I bought from Thomas D. Williams on as sampled Virginia Strips.For these a moderate re-warehouse of this etty, and, m short, about. them. salesman for L. Green & Co., commission merchants, quest only was experienced The lower grade were 3. He this Exchange information were the property of Morris T. Smith when I bought thos e chiefly dealt in, and they have participated m the the subJ ect, wrth as delay as posSible. 4. _That them. And this is the only n e w fact that the i.uvesti general improvement to a simil a r extent as Westerns. be the of this body after thoroughly. mvest1gation has brought to light. When I made my speech In the better qualities only a very small retail business the cause and the culpable party, if any, to hefore the Board of Tmde on the 18th of Septeml.ler, has been effected. Western Lea.f .-A fair amount of publish the same m THE ToBACCO LEAF of New York and 1871, I honestly thought and lelieved that the three business was done in Factory dried, at from 5d. to 6id. the city papers of P_etersburg. hogsheads which I sold to Mr. Landon Lyon wete his per lb., principally for Ireland. Some sales of ComThe_ general sentiment of the present, so property before I b cught the m from L Green & Co., and mon Leaf for Malta were also effected at from 3td. to far as 1t could be what was and done, of course I presume d that he had account sales, 4td. per lb. African buyers operated sparingly ; stale, and loQked, '!'as coupled wrth a to the _price I paid; anu the weights I paid for. In this 1 old and grey, they declined to venture on, but for fresh repel an unJust accusation, upon facts t o be was mistaken, and this is all of my offending. But Tobacco of the right weight they willingly paid a tri-ed by a but and mvestJgation ; I am not without excuse for this error as to matfiing advance. Western Strips.These met with a My own feelings were m wrth general ter of fact. It is well known to the trade, that in May moderately fair dmand, the lower kinds being those tone of the assemblage. But rt became manifest and June, 1871, in consequence of the failure of one of Mr. principally sought for, at an improvement of id. per lb. the ended, that there were persons _mclin-Landon Lyon's correspondents in New Y.ork, a consid SJinDing descriptions are very scarce, and although ed to believe that there was m the arable quantity of tobacco vthich had been bought by there was only a limited demand for them they comTHE ToBAcco LEAF, and. that 1t w:as to vmdihim for their account was suddenly thrown upon the manded full rates. Marylm.nds.-The demand was in cate the trade of our from Its Then, market, and sold at a sacrifice. Such tobaccos were excess of the supplies, an. d parcels possessing color, c.ontra.ry to all my for the first time m all sold by Davis, Roper & Co., Jones & Plummer, Harvell clean and frEe from sand, were disf;OSed of as soon as life, I rose to speak m. to all my m & Hubbard, and others. I knew the fact that Mr. Lan sampled. Cavendish.-'Ibe market still continues dull, the of Trade, _mtending only to the don Lyon had been keeping samples in the box of Mr. and the sales effected were mostly in small quantities. questioned honor of all, and not nnagmmg. my T. D. Williamson at the Exchanae and when Mr. WilMr. J. A. :Bryson s Monthly Circular says :-There zeal for the common mterest would or could nnplicate liamson sold me the tobaccos r;ierred to, I thought that was an active demand in the early part of the month, me personally. I said in substance, cannot recollect they were part of Mr. Lyon's tobaccos. When shortly but it did not las t long, and in ihe latter half of it, the words,) that I could very well understand how it afterwards I offered to sell these tobaccos to him, I bethere was less than an average busineEs doing. 'Ihe came to pass that 17 hogsh eads of leaf tobacco might lieved that they were some that he had shortly before sales may be guessed at about 1 ,300 hhds. and they. fall off 100 pounds each from the original weights with. owned, and that he knew all about them. I was prewould have been more but for the scar city of some out impugning anybody's honor or integrity ; that I sent in his office when he compared the notes with the ]rinds which were wanted. General business was had known lots of tobacco sold by old samples; that I samples, and left the notes with him, some day or two somewhat disturbed by the advance, on the 21st ult. of had, myself, a lot of tobacco through L. Green pefore I got his check. But it is useless to prolong this 1 per cent. in the Bank rate of but confidence & Co. commrss1on merchants by new weights, and had detail, in the face of Mr. Lyon' s positive testimony, that 11i'&S r estored on its becomiDg apparent that this was afterwards the same lot back to the same party at he was not in any way deceived or defrauded. If any caused mainly by the steps taken for the settlement of at the old we1ghts, the purchaser himself knowing it to man with whom I have ever dealt, imagines that I have the French IndEmnity, and the further advance of 1 be the same. When M.r. Wm. E Hinton moved that a deceived or cheatE:d him, let him come forward and per cent., on 2bth ultimo produced no effect. 'Ihe three nam.ed by himself, should be appointstate his claim, and submit it to the judgment of intelli movement has not in the least aftected the Tobacco ed to mvestigate the history of the tobacco referred to gent and honorable men, and I will do him justice. market, prices of an Jtinda remaining very firm, with by me, I seconded his motion in the belief that the in-During the investigation it came out, that two of the nther an upward tendency. Indeed, in view of the vestigation. would aid in "Vindicating the honor of the above named hogsheads were sold by Mr. Lyon to Mr. aecounts of the new crop, most importers are unwill-trade. This committee consisted of S. W. Venable, C. Morris T. Smith, the same party who owned them when I mg to sell at pretent prices, but with the enormous W: Spicer.andDavid Dunlop .. !heard nothing from bougbtthemthroughL.Green&Co. Sothattheycannot this commrttee, and knew nothing more upon the subpossibly be any part of the 1 'l hhds. referred to in J IlK oonL.. um ox uvmrrH PA.GB. ject, until the morning of the 26th of September 'loBA.oco L&u. I name this ia jutice tJ the whole trade, not to claim any personal benefit, because really 1 did not DISCUSSlON AS TO THE EF11ECT 011' THB VOTE. know it until it was developed before the committee. I CoL CAMERON moved to ad ourn. dealt with Mr. Landon Lyon under the full belief that I VAUGHN rose and argued that though the Ex .. was reselling him tooaccos whi9h he bad sold me, and wou,ld, prdinary circumstances, be tantathat he knew as much about them as I did. Now I mount to expulsion, in this' instance, as the committe& quire, -when '!Wd how and in ,what .have I offended? disclaimed ha-ving intende d to.try Mr. Malone, it would The printed regulations of the Board oJ Trade, in Articlebe to : charge a sP_Ccial committee with that duty. 7th, require : h MaJ. V stated, m reply to a question proposed 1st. That all biils shall be regarded as sa.Cred between by Capt. HintOn, that h e made no motion on the subject the parties. -mere ly threw out these suggestions for the 2d. All private sales to be strictly confidential between eration of the Exchange the parties. Col. withdrew his motion to adjourn ; said The first clause protects bidders against dishonorabl e he was as annous as any one that these deliberations advantages to 'be taken of their offers. The se con d should have dignity and weight abroad. clause, r emoves all "private sales" beyond the jurisMr. J.P. WILLIAMSON thought no man should be diction of the "Trade" and leaves private sales" to pelled without fair hial. be arranged and settled between the parties, without Maj. VAUGHN advocated his position at some length, interferel!ce of IJJll sort. Protesting in the common tha t the common law seemed to every man interest of us all against the right of any man to call the nght of full, fair and patient hearing of his case. us in question for words spoken .in public debate, and Specific charges should be alleged, and the forms proagainst the right of the public to meddle with private should be. observed. He wanted no person con transactions, as to which both parties interested are enVJcted before this Exchange to shelter himself behind tirely satisfied, I voluntarily submitted to an inany plea. vestigation which was Unnecessary and, in my judgment, Mr. Eux said he thought from the fust the com unwarrantable I knew the result would be what it is. mittee wa.s for investigation, not trial There had been At least I have "Vindicated myself from the imputations -a minority report written out, and only this morning of THE ToBAcco LEAF, and I confidently believe that you had agreed oj:J. a report. He wouldn't will feel tha t I, at least, am not obnoxious to the 'have SJgD.ed 1t, had he supposed it would be final. charge of having anything to do with the 17 hogsheads There was, he thought, no evidence before the committee charged as "light weight" in that sheet, and that I am that Mr. 1M. had intentionally cheated any one. He M. not liable to any charge of fraud or dishonorable conhad sold this tobacco under the impression that he 'had duct. the right to sell it privately. The best members of Respectfully, W. J. MALONE. Exchange might be arraignea. for violating Petersburg O ct. 10. 1871. rules. The publication of such proceedings DEBATE ON THE REPORT. dings as these would create wrong 'impr essions and After this defence of Mr. Ma.1one had been read, Mr. do injustice. He had no idea that it'lalone had inLyon was about to read also p.n extract from the evi -tended to defraud. denoo adduced before the committee, consisting of the : HmroN, disclairuing any purpose to do Mr. M. answers made by Maj. B. B. Vaughn\ to certain ques.argued that he had been tried, and that by a. tions propounded him when-Capt. Wm. E. Hinton rose llli'! of fr1ends, who h .ad rel?-ctantly brought in a report to objec t to the introduction of this testimony. He which pronounced hun guilty of flagrant violation of thought it strange, also, that after a comm ittee had careone of the regulations. He raised the point that Malone fully inv estigated and patiently probed these matters, in nominating his jury, under the 17th, By-Law had and made its matured 1eport, Mr. Malone was allowed by that act submitted himself to trial, and not inthe privilege of appearing before this Exchange with all vestigation, into the facts of the case. the advantage of an acute and intelligent lawyer's coun-The Exchange then, without further considering Major se1. H e (Hinton) was satisfied since the r eading of Vanghn:s suggestion, adjourned by a unanimous vote. that defenc e that Mr. Malone's conduct was even more [It wrll b e seen from extracts published in our last infamous than he had supposed. The paper of Mr. issue, that this action was construed by the Exchange Malon e had been prepared with a coUnsel's care and as tantamount to expulsion, JI.B, on appearing at the caution not to place a word wrong, or convey an injuriB oard on the day followin g and attempting to bid as ous admission Yet its very statements were false. Mr. u sual, Mr. Malone was informed that henc eforth he Mauris Smith had stated to him that two of the hogswould not b e r eco gnized, in any way, as a member of hoods concerning which the charge was made of selling the Exchange.-En. LEAF.] onshort weights, afte r reweighing, wer e tobacco bought FURTHER DEFENSE. BY MR. HALONE. of Mr. Landon Lyon, and that Mr. Lyon had bought [After publishing his d efe nse read before the Exthem of Malone-they being part 9f the identical tobacchange, in the lndex of the day following Mr Malon& co about which charges of fraud had been brought adds.] against Malone, and about also, complaints of The Board declined to hear read the testimony which short w e i ghts on their sale in New York had been made had b ee n b e fore. the committee, and thereupon and published in the NEW YoRK ToBAcco LEAF. H e the followrng proceedings took place : On motion of moved that further proceedings be checked and that MrS. W. V enab le. the report of the committee be acted on. Resolood, That the report of tha committee be adopt-Mr. MALONE addressed the Exchange earnestly in his ed and that the committeebedischarged, when the yeas own behalf. H e stated that no testimony had been proand n ays were called, which resulted as follows :-yeas, duced before the committee save what h e voluntarily 20 na 5 ; furnished. He had not regarded his conduct as inten-During the discussion, which wa.s protracted and e:x tionally wrong, though he may have committed mistakes cited, I protested : That I had never been charged. of jud,ament. He had sold his tobacco under the conwith fraud, or any dishonorable transaction within the "Viction that it belonged. to the same party that he had meaning of the 17th article of the Regulations of the bought it from This was an error, as he now ack:now-Trade ; that I had never been on trial ; that I had ap ledged but he had not been guilty of any intended peared before the committee of investiga.tion as an infraud or wrong. He bad not been on trial, but had to ascertain the truth and that I had voluntarily courted investigation, and bad readily furnished full ingrven the mall the information upon which their re formation to the committee. port was based ; that without impeaching the opinion Mr. S. W VENABLE, as a member of the committee, of the committee, as to whether or not the facts protested against the reading of one portion only of the ascertained by them were a "Violation of the rules of e-vidence, unless the whole mass of it, as adduced before the I attention to the fact that they had the committ ee, be also read. n?t even m therr report charged me with any fraud or Col. CAMERoN' renewed his motion that the 17th secdishonorable act ; that I had not been tried for either tion be put into effect and Mr. Malon e be expelled the fraud or dishonorable conduct ; that I had avowed and Exchange. justified what I had done ; and even if I were mistaken Mr. Elam said the cpmmittee had considered its as to the propriety of my conduct in respect to the threa dutie s to b e to investigate, not try. of r eferred to in the r eport, I wa.s Col. CAMERON spo k e in support of his motion, and in e nt1tled to a trial m r es p !)ct to .my moti ves and the anf?wer to the points of Mr. M.'s defeJ;lce. If 1>'h. M. of my guilt or innocenc e ?f wrong, had sold to Mr. Lyon at full weights, after buying a t for Without a wrongful mtent 1 t 18 nnpossible that a. short we i ghts, somebody had lost, if J\lh. L. had not. man can b e guilty of fraud or dishonorable conduct. I 1>'h. LANDON LYON said he had stated befm;e the comhad concealed I ha?myself publicly r eveale d mittee that he had not considered himself aggrieved by all that the comm1ttee could discover after l abor ious inMr. Malone. He had not accepted compensation from M. quiry, and I avowed my willingness to stand a trial for If any one thought there was any inconsistency, h e could fraud or dishonorable conduct in respect to the three r ea dily satisfy him. hogsheads of tobacco above referred to if the Board or Capt. HrnToN disclaimed any purpose to arraign Mr. any of it, should see fit to' prefer a charge Lyon or r eflect upon him Mr. Smith had stf1,ted that agamst time_ unde r the 17th R e gulation, based upo nor he, Lyon, had agreed to compensate him, Smith ; and conne?ted w1th the facts ascertained and reported by the the understanding was that Malone was to indemnify commrttee. I was ready then, as I am now to "Vindicate Mr. Lyon. purity of my motives and my freedom' from inten-Mr. LYoN denied that he had been a party to any such tiona.! wrong. Mr Elam and the others composing tha understanding between him and Malone. publicly to the Board, that they had Calls for the question were made again. considered themselves a committee to try Mr Malone Capt. HINToN co.lled for the ayes and noes. under the 17th Regulation ; but had considered themAs the vote was about to be taken, Mr. Elam moved selves simply a to investigate and report to lay the motion of Col Cameron on the table. facts for the consideration of the ''Trade in pursuance Capt. HINTON said if he sa.w any more telegraphing of the resolution of the 18th 26th 'of September, and lobbying, be would move that the Exchange be 1871. And Mr Elam, the chamnan, emphatically decleared of all except its members and the press cla.red before the Board, in the presence of the whole Mr. ELAM withdrew his motion. committee, without contradicion, that the report would Mr. S. W. VENABLE moved the report of the com-not have been made as it was, if the committee had mittee be adopted and the cohlmittee discharged. Col. thought that they were pass!ngfina.l judgment upon Mr Cameron accepted this as a substitute for his motion. Malone under the 17th Article, and that the adoption Mr. MALoNE insisted that the motion be not adopted, of the report would be the expulsion of Mr Malone. as it would amount to his expnlsion, and he had not The clause of the 17th article, to which reference has been mi. trial b e for e the committee. so often been made, is as follows : After some co nfusion and informal consultation That sh_ould the charge of fraud or any dishonora.Major B B. ,VAUGHN addressed the Exchange. H e ble be against any member, he Bllold the expulsion of a member was a serious matter, shall be ent1tled to a farr trial b efore a committee of five and should only be done deliberately and c autiously, as of his own selection from the members of this Associ& every was the sworn mell.\ber of a jury. The tion, whose finding shall be final; if innocent h e is honcommrttee had stated that they had not deemed it their orabl;Y acquitted ; if guilty, expelled." pro-vince to try. He though( then, the report should It 18 only upon a "CILI.UGE OF FBAUD OR A DISHONORABLB be recei ve d and laid on the table and a new TRANSACTION," that a committee can have final jurisdic committee appointed and Mr. M. put trial. They tion over the mercantil e life or death of a member of then expe l wrlliout any doubt or possibl e mis-the "Trade. Errors of jU
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THE TOBACCO LEAF. New York Com.:::lission J'l.fe 'jwM.B.KITrREDGE. B.c. WHKEL{)o;,...D QHAN, CARROLL S-Cu., ---WM. P. KITTREDCE &. CO., '"X, The .. s, : TOBACCO '1laRd';8FrentSc., --XEJY C 0 t er, Jr Comfor t, G 0 m mI. s s I. 0 n Me r c h ants' S 1anle y, Cbampion. Silver Cloud, Pride, Cottere ll, D e tian c e Tbe H uh Rhal, Premiom, GoldeD Plake, Red Jacket, Alegbany Sncbo Pan, Kleea Pride <>f tb e u 8. Ploe Apple, Veou!l, 3 .J' Seott, Sail Are' F'&vorlte, Cherry. LlLllo M iami, Bndor&, Indian Sar, W hil e Fawn, 104 Lon I De Noire, Nation' Choice Prld or the E .. t. (), P. Word & Son.. I No. FRONT STREET, Pal mt t H \ Belle Fannie, DeUgbt :M>tllurv & OllmRo, I Rltl.k P l um e, Blac k Star. Greeobackl!o, C. P \Vord'.! Premium, IN" G oldtn Rule, Wide Awnke, Currencbh J1bn R. Alleu, LEAf & MANUfACTURED TOBACCO, IJ@)W 45 wATER ST., NEW YORK. I M. WRIBter, '": A[ents for the followin[ wen Vir[inia MannfactnrGrs: suxnARD General Commission Tobacco and Cotton Factors,: & t'.IUIC! THos. HARDGRovE, f .>V.I,.,. !t & Co.: elLLIAJ[swiNEsAP, Lbl. Ol'TIJIA, t.ightl'reUed. GOLDEN Al'l'LJ:, 41.,.411 39 Broad Street A1' 1 m b f J. H. GRANT & ,.,. BA6W..AND & JONES, GOLDEN B:BAL, HOXESTEAD, Bright 8a, liON TON FIG, \!tJtntra IOI.OmmiSSIO'lt S, .....,_ Gl.LLEOO, TORTOIB:& liHELL lfAVY, BUFFALO CHIPI, ,.. TO,...... NO 41 BROAD STREET I JOHN ENDERS, r RAGLAN, D & Tosu, JII.OYST:El!.'il .iNVINCIBLE, l'Al:B &: STOVALL'S :BOUGHGOLD liABS1 p. 0. Beta, 48158. .,... DW TO i p .BOYALTANDARD, .. AND RUDY TWIST, l'OXON.a, ... TURPIN & BB!1., WALKER, TA & co., :: Encuu 1"!D. B. TENflaNr & co., WINNIE & TALBOT, ROY oTU'BFRUIT, 4aandlh. BLACKBIRD, .. s "cu a o pER a BOJ N 5' L. H. "co., L. w. WISE, EADO, LightPreued. llii.ARY'SOWN, JlA&lfET, i:l .., .W. (;il'VER, B A PATTI 0 & 0 IIVJ:RALDA, h < COII!f'THllO'THB BYE,.. JI.ElliDEER, .. ) p !!d. L0 RS N c ., Y.a.cnTctuB, 7 W .. 0 GR.EANER., J. P. wft.UAIISON, 1 8 ATER STREET .... NEW Y RK 1 B Y BR,..S., I. ltfr"I'",JER,-Va.rioua Brandl, Bnght and J)ark, Iff Jri -u IWVI' r liEGROJIEAD 'IWISTB, VARIOUS BRANDS FOR EXPORT. ow uA I ED..,IN wiLSON, CONNOLLY&. Commission Merchants J..\1. MerC;ha.t .ts. jBULKLEY MOORE ct CO. VIRGINIA Tobacco Cgmmission Merchants \'fJII.IYATED AecKREJIELBERG & CO., lfEWYORK, .lJID F. L. BRAUNS & CO., BALTUIQBJ:. Tobacco Comntixdon Merchants. t<-Te.,.l b.,.,.,_. or Lleortee Pa11to, du-ocl 4on, on aod 1ur aJe1 in bond n dut7 a.td, la loti \0 purc!hasera. 6 Z-114 ISAAC READ, Successor to CLElCEYT R:un, Commission Merchant, 'Have a1so oo band a large assortment of other brands, in all styles A. N n Sole Agents in New York liOOOBB, 41, 6.,-and Pocket Pieces. Also lUes. suited to all markeb If. A fi 1 hn w Oarro bra.ted 2 I -,..-BOBER';[' a.F BOWNE Be 00., L Packers of Domestic Leaf Tobacco, gente or 0 ua "3 e mo\iDg Tobaccos, AltniNCJ,., \ l Ot"t"IC&-1 b2 \.-ater Street. ct U \Vnter, 173 Front, 1 1, '76 and '78 (;.rceuwleb --' t-'"rsJ 2. 7 ..... til l:ludliOU It ITe r llaiJ Hoad Depot, st. Snbu'!i Park. -.FA T1v.[A.N' db 00.,--AND GENERAL COMMISSION !1.:1 BROAD New York. on to Mel'sn. W. A & G. AIAXWEJ,J..o 8: CO T .. IVlmPOOt. or all & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, E ROS"ENWALD &BR0 Nos. 70 and 72 Broad Street, Importers of Spanish, A..ND NEW' YORK. SOLE AGENTS FOR X. C. :BABXE!t & CO.'S 29 BEAVER STREET, NEW YORK, IMPORTER OF Sole Agent o LEAF TOBACCO, 184 Front Street, NEW YOU. ---=----L. WPOR.TER 011 -HAVANA L.EAF TOBACCO 117 Maiden Lane, New York. TOBACCO anrccd ln holes for the Wes t Indl .. Me:r.lcan and <:cutrul American Port and other markeuo: 129 PEARL STREET, N. Y P.\CKED TIOGSUEADS. 'tl.HOMAS K!NNlCUTT, Kentucli.J anlfi Vlr5tnta A. STEIN & CO., Commission Merchants, J.ND DEALBBS lN .ALL DEBCRIP'l'IONS OJ!' .. LEAF 197 Duane-atreet, :.-.. 6 Sweet, anr.-. t w:... v 1r H. ,.. ..... lULU{. 1 Jl. or-.. NEW YORK CIPr m!'llufaoturera particularly (av!)l."ed.' No. 47 Broad _1 IBOC}KIRC ltJ,lfJIRIS .. No. 191 PE.A,.RL STREET, New York. STBAITON & STORM'S PATENT. !"48 Front-street, .TORN' I!TBAITON. GE ORGB STOmL f'.or .SaJe ctnly by f r -. lOSEPB A. VEGA A BB.O. "uJ t..o.n.. '' F cb, .QQ ., 1,.,.. ,ff'_ r1 '"'') 2.6 YO.R.K., AND CIO..&.HS, ) J "''"' -J I I .., .u..-J t ,. I I ; I R.OB]g\_T

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( 'I t -MERGANlltE CO' M AGENCY, j. Arthurs MurP-hY & Go., :11:1 Nassau Street, N. Y., PUBf!SHERs OF t JeftrtQct.Jpoks Directories OF EVERY BUSINESS IN THE UBIT_ED STAT_ES. LISTS OF NAMES IN :MANUSCRIPT OF I PltQFESSIONAL MEN, AND A LL WHOLESALE ..AND RETAIL TRADES SUPPLIED TO PARTIES DESIRING-TO" INCREASETHEIR: BUSINESS. I Cir,culars, or Wrappers addresse d a t moderate charges to any lin e o f Trade in the United States and Canad a for parties who may 'Brefe a chea p a nd etf e ctive mode of adver-t.is i n g < .. ..1.... .., ....... JUST List of Jewelers &c., in the U. S. Pric e $ 1 5 ,(!0 _...:... List of Mills, &c, m U. S.]?rice, '30. 000 IN PRESS .. List Machiais ts and Iron Founders i n :Q'. Pri 9e, .f20100 ; L i s t of :S:ardwa re' Itoo l e rs,. & Gas "Fi tters,: in, ti-:t>: List of a d in New Yor k City .Price $l.OO ._: .:.BABNBTT ---' -11. U&J.aa... New York.. ... TIIE TOBACCO LEAF. Depot' for Jqbn F. A len's ?elebrated brand of VIrginia Smoking. No. 14 Richmond, Va. FULL LlNES OF CHOICE VIRGINIA PLUGS. ,--43 MAIDEN LANE, NEW VORK. PIPES, PMOKERS' NEW YORK. Sob Manufa.cturers in America. .. t r ,p.Q,.;M;" ;E$1T JJtC .,... Vii' .:,t-T Street, No. 12::l Pearl Street, IIEW YORK,1 A.. H. C ARDOZO l' .REDERIC K ll. JOHNSON. SPENfJE BROTHERS & ()o M A N UFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED Aryd vu1ious otl'tlr JJrunds of Chewi.Iig Tobacco, CINCINNATI, 0. B e ing located at the GREAT LEAF MARKETforCUT'i'ING TOBACCO our facilities for supplying the TRADE with ALL GRADES OF ur and:' SMOKING are u n s ur passed. I sp.rance Com pans-, 37 WALL STR!EETp N. Y. .J1JL'l" I, 1 871. /cRoss ASSETs -S751,62a :n> 1 CAPITiL, : -t2oo,oc....).OO ACTUAL SURPLUS, 9503,286.99 .. Ove t 1/61' c ent. em Ill capital t 1tifl>..,qtker f om paniea e8J'"Cia lly i1> til Ind...- t!ihJ offered in its .Iron. Ola4 11 POlicit!8 of In! u.tance on i h e P AL.TICI?ATI OX rttAN, o n favorabJ c .. \ Policies not Part!c!patln[: In the Prcfits, benefit of the atra) M ct trlly c( t he LARGE 801111 I F UND, ... I +Tho Prompt and L lt-.eral a.cJ .. of Loef'Cfl, when u F a i r and i s tCv epecialty o r tbfs Companyil 1 HENRY ]', .FRE.CM,D t S eo'y. ASH E R TAYLOR, Pe6t. i) I 9 Dey L. & BRO., D a t!ril i n U:tvans. hnd Domestic Also a ll Kinds o f Leaf Toba'lco, No. SG lJIA.IDEN LANE, I n Cas a s of 50 and 100 this popula r Tobacco ha s cauaaQ feit ed, a nd t o p r e vent i mposi. b e pa r t i c u lar to e n quire for7 BRAND, and see that i t beate M. H. rosAcco U
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... e B. A. VAN SCH AICK, Wholesale Dealer ln. Con.necticut.d: Havana Leaf -rob a .cc. o AG:EBT F uxEslULLAY. Henry Besudeti & Bro., l.MALLAY a ana -DUX:.. --Dealel'l! in LEA.F TOBA.CtO, LEAF TOBACCO, 1 16 and 1 17 West Front St., 161, 163, & 165 Pearl8tret, HARTFORD ADVERTISEMENTS OASSIUB WBLLBS. L. B liAA& C. WELLES & CO., D8.&.LBB8 II( co-NN.' SEED LEAF 164 State Street, HAB:I'POBD, OOIIRo StelDe3.11, Smith BJJIOIL KDecht, H. WILKENS, a 00., Monumental City Tobaooo WorJm. -lo. tat WEST PRATT STREET, BALTIBORI, D. Between Race and Elm, J. D. BURNHAM & 00., (OOIINXB 01' J:LK STBEII'I',) llanUlktnren and Jobbera In CINCINNATI. Tobacco, Snuff & Clgai"Sr LE.A.xs-TOBACCO, .AJid Manufacturer of Gad '" Cfgan. 225 RACE STREET, PHILADELPHIA. __ ,.,tur ef .U .,......, I SmoklD& aDd_ .T;.obacooa, M. FALK & G9., 143 WATER STREET YORK. w. X. R.&BXSB; D. P. Oll&lmL1 U ED. NIEk. l lnited States Bonded Warehouse, First Collection District, Pennsylvania. .GIESKE & r WGGBWABD, 6 ce.. .a. 9 TOBACCO F A.l !'ORS 111o""acco and General CommlSSlOll Merchants, Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco, ,.... h t .1. No, l'O South Calvert Street, And Commtssion u.erc an OINCliBNATI, 0. Brashears, Brown &. Titus, -:1..'.i .. nott, o1 .. o. Jro. 1"1 OenaaD Street; _!I .. MORRIS & REID, --8A1. TIMORII, I IDe .......... -.. -IIJ -.... LEAF T 0 I A c c 0 F. w. F.ELGNER, :r.L.BB.AUNS&. BROKERS, Krohn, F eiss & Co., Segars and Tobacco. Importers of Smokers' ,A.rt!clea, No. 53 WEST FOURTH ST,, .. r-.n... I. Wm. a. ..... S. LOWElUHAL 6 CO., ,, .. ., EINE SECARS, ... Wllol .... .,..... ta: LEAF TOBACCO. lfo. 78 Main Street, Oinoinnati, 0, Alid Wbole.ale Dlenin T EAB, '1. D 77 a: 79 Alylum Bt., A. A. lknuu .. .JJ, :a. D Wu.u.o., BAB.ftlOlD, CGR J. H. Bmuou. B z. K. PEASE, (. ......... Ill Connecticut Seed-Leaf WM. WESTPHAL, COIDIISSION J[ERCHA.N'fs Alld Dealer In COIIECTICUT IEJ:D LEAF Tobacco, i 228 State Bt., Hartford, Conn. MARKS, RALPH &. CO., 11e1e Lllld 8_,._ 37 South Cay Street, F. H. BISCHOFF, DALTHIORE tiD., OjJlee, No.4 COLLEG:II BlliLDJ.XG, A. L. &, F SISSON, F WAN '.c ELMAN, Paeken and Dealera ia iiiJI llannfactnren a.nd Wholeoale Dealen In 'rOBA.CCO, SWFF, CIG.ABS, and SMOXEBS' Ail.'riOLES, Deutscher Rauchtabak, T 0 B A C C 0 Te JU!WBrB.RAlllf., wHoLESALE DEALER Connecticut Seed Leaf uo OTIIEI CHOICE BRADio Commission Merchants. Whul calcdealerln rnauktadoor TOBACCO "RALPH'S" SOOTOH SNUFF ,. r.. G. lL BOLlUJitTB Havana and -Reed Leaf Tobaccos, Leaf Tcbacco, Cigars&. Snufi',., 13 4 Main s'tre et 1naleNie n.Jeno)a Aiooimp->rcerandManurcnorerot ,JIIO, a:a WBST PBON:r BTREE:r, HARTFORD, CONN. B. F. PARLETT & CO., .0 DJU.LKM Ill' CIGARS,. "''--" L E F T 0 B A C C 0 t No. :11 MAIN BTBEET, 0. ----------MAIIUPAOTU.&D LilA" ,\liD llMOitiiiQ TOBACCOS, 115 Arch Street, B&Dif&elVe ToNc:c:o .t T:'IOI .B. w""'= s. JOSEPH 100 1puTT &TlLD'f, lLUTIJ[OU WRIGHT & CREIGHTON, ConneetiCIIt s-t-r-t PHILADELPHIA.. 8e8'Brll, etc. COMMISSION MERCHANT, Dealeroln T o B A c co, 6 W G'll. CHR1SnAN A" .And Wlooleeale Dealer In wy OOIIJ(l8I!I0. J[D(l!lAliT8 FOB B!LB 0P 81][& "' VIRCINIA A.D UNTUC .. e2 Lombarcl and s water st., G. W.GAIL & AX, OHIO & CONNECTICUT LEAF TOBACCOS, 52 & 54 ANN STREET, I DOHAN & TAITT 1, F PARI lTT, -TJlllOBIJ, BIDe ,.,. 63 -t Frunt S'reet BINALDO SANK & co., .. -... ..., ... ll'L'VlLEAFOLKSTOBAICCO ._Wm. Eiseclohr & Co., LOUIS GIESKE & co.,, RliARDS, LEFTWICH & CO., Fine-Cut, Chewing & Smokfnl .s=mdA. SEED, Leaf Tobacco Factors Leaf Tobacco & Cigars, SmoklOC & CbewlniJ Toboceo, ond All lUndA of Smokers' Artlcle11, sasao NOBT..II THIRD ST. !dA.V.UYA A!ID YARA .uao ,......_ Dl '.. rr. LOUIS, .,. PUIL .... DELPH.IA. PA. L:s .q., F To:s.A.oco,. Leaf Tobacco, s8 EXCHANGE PLAcE, 123 Market lhre!ot1 bet. 2d and 3d ST. LOuiS. MO. .J,. COSTAS, DlPQa'tXROF HAVANA and YARA I 17 South Water Street, 0 8otltA Charla Btred, Baltimore. WALL -BELVIN PIIJLj])ELPUU. BALTIMORE. s w Clark. Phil. Doa& hlm'Jt WJLDD. ....,.,. llLID. Commlaalun Merchants I M. H. CLARK & BRO., wn.KE:NS a. n.mp.,. I'Oa m uz.. o .. SIIITH & THOIIAS, Kmofac:toren or all kind <>f PLUG AND SMOKING H. scummT,-LEAP TOBAcco MuuFAcTuRED 111 LEAF ToBAcco w -s. "LEAF TOBACCO" lEAF. :TOBACCO BROKERS, OOKli18SIOll.uaoKEBOHAHS, No. S:WNorths;:c;::.:tico. .Phlla.clelpllla. W'AaiiBOVIIJI, \ No. &D south Chart St., near Pratt TOBACCOS, 85 East South Street, INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. ,_._,__________ rnn llaeo or anct 81LUJidnjj OL4RRSVUJ.!J1 TJJNN, BAlo'ftMOJl&. :.1), 'No. Ml South Second Stree4 RICHMOND, PETERSBURG & LYNCHBURG ROCHESTER AND CHICAGO ADVERTISEMENTS. .A. B 'I."B'EOBALD, .-......w.lC"'''I'-OP L&. &JliDS SEG.A.E-C.S .. .. B:P.&l!l'ftA .Aln) J)()JDII8'1'IO .tBaf L'llBWil\i Tobacco, Snntr: Me'3rech-.n and Biller p,&,per N W. eor. Tb1rd. ud Poplar a\a., Philadelphi PHILADEL'-HIA INSPEOTION .. EED LEAF TOBACCO. 1L W. DICB'I!BSON, INIPECTOll I'OB TO 1DBACCO TRADE OF PHILADELPHIA Oll'l"'CZ AT Jro, lO'J' No,... Wa .. r ll&reet, PHILA..DELPHIA, MEHL & Ma.noractureno of all IL!nda of PHILA!JELPHIA, LEWIS BREMER'S SONS, Wboleoale Dealono In Bright and Dark PLUG TOBACCOS, No. 822 Norlh Third Street, Corner High and Lafayette Sts., lfannfacturers of every description of :PJIU.ADIILPJIIA, e 'V"a _..A large ueortment of all klndo ofLMI' Tobareo constantly on hand. J. D. HAShAGEN & CO., HI GUI, ANDER," "ED ROVER," "DICk TATER," Kanu!acturel'! ol SD1ok:lna-Tobacco. Smok#..uo and Pine Cut Chewing ...,. '!'heoe eotabUohed Tob&ccoo, o well and favorab!F d. W. CARROLL, Sole Manufacturer of the Famous and World renowned Brands of Virginia Smoking Tobaccos, LONE JACK and BROWN DICK. -J abana J faf i:obattos, MILL SIJ'BIZ'T, Bochester. N.Y. TOBACCO MANUFACTURES, I A II '76 TOBACCO WORKS." 1 C. IIURR&Y, late of Vaa Hom, HarriS .t Co. l MI.U. 14&8011, '"'" of Wo" .. llu..,_ ... O B A,.. 0 0 ltlown,al\ bal""orpoocheo, A '-1 ud tn bulk thoo oO:twg the Nt&ller and Jobber. llanufactnred only at the otoam works <>f L. L. Yer IL MURRAY & MASON, llllaallJlad<,.Tt 12th lhree&, JURr...,..,.... _...,. ,......_ oa .ALL 1:I1R>e ow. No. 27 CAMDEN STREET, L:ynehhlloor. va. Baltimore, L. L. ARMISTEAD. LYNCHBURG, VA. OHICAG 0. Chewing a-nd Smoki.ng''Tobaooo. Clln1en ._tllolb' oolldled and prompiJ;r atl.tn4ed I& --.-.-1(-A_S_P_R_ O=--:-W-:-I-C::-%,--'--6 178 Water St. r fAie alllftll fll ------:------B -'-"' '117 vt"""ta -ILIDI To-. ft..-'1'11u-01L ..,..JIIOHd, ra, WIDCGltnctwttiiJnltbew.UILJalllelr-...... EMIL POEB.STE:L, -. deiiN. Xannractnrer ot -s.-w=-. E. D. Christian & co., .. uo. ounT ... ....... F _INE SEftARS, s. w. VENABLE &. co., O........SOn JllereltaAt for tbe "Parclt...," of 8tr.oaD1 To b&ooo Worke. 'IF Dealen in LEAF and ll&nn!aetnren of Snuff Jlanufactorers, 11VIRGINIA UAf TOBACCO" P. NO, 29 f!J. Calvert St., I Pr<>JJrletn" Lllld KanafjJ To 231 fifth Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. lO'e, and every ofP'uet-Cia'll WDrecnled for Ba)'lng and eer ess c JULC I CODISSION WAREHOUSE, VA. ,..........._ fine Ut ewing I HENDERSON, KY. ,.. IIW .-a;:' ... :::-!r' ...... TOBACCOS. JOHN FUNK & CO. 1Ja.Jr TODA.000t runt TOBACCO a speclallJ. .,....,..... baOOO, llpeelala-uon w 'I'-8he rtrn, D8 vtiiP.: no. E. M Bruce, -_.. '-" ..# __._ 8,_,_ 8 ,._,_ Loirilv!lle:ZinsuBNo.,do.;OI&yborn&Hunt,do. .-'-'-M--OPeMp-,.-&ochlater, J(, y, OJI"Borr,lllilllo s...t .. 1t11i1>ao .. -. .,., -. ,.._,... OommlsaJon Kercllaat, BREMEN, Gel'DliUly. Connecticut Seed leaf EAST HARTFORD; CONNECTICUT. G. W. GRAVES, P.lO&D .&WD D:&J...L&ll D Fine Connecticut Seed-Leaf To c cot Danbury, Connecticut. --..... .... ......_ .,_ I H. SMITH & co., Commisswn Merchants and Jobbers OONNilOTIOUT LIEAF TO.ACCO :1o. 20 Bampden Stzeet, SPlliNGFIELD, lWS. LOUISVILLE .A,DVERTISEM"l'S. G. W. WI C K S & C 0., lla.nallctnrera' .Aj!eDia for the_ oale or Vlralnla, MIMOIWI, and Kemuckr Aioo Dealen> In LEAF TOBACCO & CIGARS, 1..02 MAIN STREET, (lletwemo 8d and 4tb,) Gao. W WJCU. } N.I!'OUT. Loulvllle. Ky. I Rooooas Pmzu, NLOR
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THE TOBACCO LE.AF. LOUISVILlE LEAF TOdACCO DEALERS AND t;uMMISSIUN llllRCHANTS. R. J. USHER & PRAGOI!'II' ....... ....... C'l:ltlng manuf c lnrl g lear D. !t'tlng aod mannraetu!'>'Djr l..t .JAS. CLABK .......... ,, ............... ,Cutting "d \"1 & OLE .......... CUtting Dd m .. naracu;c!ng lea( "OWEN MntiR!DK ...... .... .......... Cutll and mnur cturlDI( J ,ar JlJUN ::\MIIJT ::ettle for $600. The mauner of the men and their mode of procedure, so like the genuine Revenue Roig, and he at once accded to their He had only $328 about him, which he handed him over, but saiE!NT IN NEW YORK FOR '!'BE MANU OF THE '\'\"11LL kao .. 'l. bnnd or L qa.,ri""' J ry Ca RR aud !IfF, deelree tocaatlon T "b"""o manoractnr ,.. ag.luel of the nnmeron hraoda puqMrlltlg 10 Ut:' on.ciaal and gena\oe brauda of impprwd Liquoric e, hut which. are atfaltP.r.ott.t d r.omponnd.-ol" hie bundl tn t.hle onuoky, and 1Jleome 1LetAilCC:t contalniDg but trt.Y p"r u!L. quoricc:. Tu knture manllfact.o.rere oDt.aluWg the Pure and Cenulne J Cy Ca, RR and W Brands of Liquorice, Fhonltl eilberaddrea. thetr ord>Rin!! boaeeP "u the HIS SINGLE VIRTUE.-A I who ara Aents or.lt .. The price or J Cy Ca Liquori"" 1o 28c l!Oid. coarse, ill-nature d fellO>V died Frnm \bit lime ro .... "' tlle ............. .a or LlqUOrtCO wall no Oe OJI'oren rm e&le 1n Europe a n d only "' Ule Ua.dleCJS!&tea bJ Ule putlea naaned In tbl in :Wisconsin lately, and his 0. }24 fron\ St,, .N. friends Bllllembled at tlie fune.Aa I llllt out, lmperft!Ct qu&\itJ will either be received bock or allowed ror. ral, but no one had a good Al"''':' _Rklnoood, Va.,x-ra. Barvoa& Wllltmo. l.&aena.e 14 Qlllncy, 111 .. l'll"' word t.o so.y the deceas-,: .--bal'lf, llaTilcR per & Co. M Clucinnatl, 0, Baror & Co d A 1 th d h t-" VL, TbOLL.JObDfOD&Bro. u Loo.lf'Yille,K.y ., GP'O. w. Wt e t eng 8 goo ear ., .. cDD. Tille,IVIl. Jw. T. Clar-lt .. Co. .. SL Loalo, Mo., J. w Booth & ISODL eu German as he turned to CillO, u cob L Smltb.. I ? .Batwr!JII to .he ."bo.... a;r-..nAnt we !lave appo<"trd lllr. JAMES c. McANDREW of New York oar go home, satd : tt"CIIIt-IVtt \U tn ... u,.,, e I f,jf tue ._te ul ou.r .. cy Ca R R Nr uti .,. lJLU.:ol vL' i.iqu.uJ ice "vall he vasa, goot shmo-t.-eorore t1 rn"RT JU:o\(J ANDqll"-.o, .... r .0,a., ... Eualaudo ker.'' JUehmond, Va. New Yorlt.. THE TOBAOCO MARKET. .&.. D. cuncKLEY, 1. H. ANDERSON. I A.. D. CHOCKLEY & CO., :---C 0 M M I s 81 0 N M E R c H AN T 8, CONTINUED _FROM =. DBUdtllll nr stock here-:-28,312 hhds.,-and m London-18,044 hhds., it will be difficult for some time to establish any considerable advance Quotations continue unaltered. Srunpling is now progressing rapidly. Western Strips. -have been in fair request, and in the lower and me dium grades a slight advance has occasionally been LEAF TOBACCO, No. 168 PKARL STREET, NEW YoRK. Al..,.. on lnnd a ful l HIIOrim.eJtt ()r V 1J1G:ntU. aud Wrapper ud Smokerr, parlieUlaJly Brin/11 ;mllri#IJt MoUW, ltllted w .._,.....,n.g Indo. o E'l''rl r,ar Tobeooo or all gnodeo. Llberol cull ad..,cet made 011. co,..lgn to f>-lenlt tD Ezaclan, tbrollih ut. our bouae, or to our btain d, fr o e actuo.l scarcity. Western Leaf.-The .&. D CB<>CE:L'EV, BlchmCIIld, Va. absence of Common factory-dried Leaf has restricted J. H. ANDWB"&r; tlhe nndofflgnecl haa need 1 for ib.reeyeara to hit ptrf et aa&Jodadlon Price n. Ad4reMI. L. SemQD, l'llercballt t Helal, PhlladetpJU. will buy "THE DOMINlON TO ll.lCOO WOK"S." Toroato. Ont., (cm,IDAI StO,OOO.OO,) camrlaJ118 110111plel.e macblnerJ for the manufactorlng of l1q, Cia& Tobacoo add CJeare, Will> -aa4 llyclratllic Power Jloom &o work :lOCI llan4JJ. It per cen& JaA1 be wade hlll'e oa au.1 lnYeJted. J. D LE W18 11041 R Toooat.o. unt. WANT .. }00 CIGAR VAXERS WANTED, TO WORK SINGLE ..-..1411, 1aJ a-, S.Uib Bro.-ora .. ltD.echl, 11:111 -otrMt, PhiWANTED-AN ACTIVE. INTELLIGENT PUSHING IIAK && a Deft-........ _. 0 .... qua1Dte4 wilb &ato lo""-> ot thA tJ'uiW Au.&ee preferre-il0 A.pOlJ' at Uaia olloe. .F<>..!... 84LE.-TOBACCO CUT rlNGS, FOB EXPOB'r, IN :.e. OIIC'.tll HUDRBIITEOI. lAl WNeut.. 1>1-'frft. UOR 8ALE.-A Oommodio'OB &eondhAnd Saf., for 011 .L' -.,.,.I tiJJe ........ 'rtll .... OOO LU..r ..... lU ............ sorts, up to 6!d., at full pric e s Export Leaf has been in demand for the Continent, but the prices asked have checked business. For A,frica there has been only a but full rates have been paid. Virguua.-Stnps of the common qualities have been in good request, and the sales large in proportion to the supply. In spinning qualities there has been little done. Bright Leaf has been taken to a fair extent at very full prices, and spinning sorts have also sold fairly. Mo.ryland.-Newly sampled has been readily saleable at full rates. Messrs. Horatio N. Davis & Co.'s Price Cun-ent re ports as follows :-No life or buoyancy was apparent in this market for any denominations of North Ameri can Tobacco ; the Trade bought only as in need, and for exportation but few sales are made, although the inquiries for this purpose were numerous. Early next month the new supplies will commence sampling ; therefore, as there has been no pa.tticular inducement for the Trade to act freely in last year's supplies, it is not surprising the ma.rket has rnled quiet ; no altera tion in prices apparent. The imports to this port during the past month, were 4,518 hhds, the deliveries 849 hhds, and the stock is 18,044 hhds, or 3,299 hhds, more than at this period last year. Havana Leaf : prices continue to advance, and fillers are higher than leaf of some former years. Havana Segllol'B : quiet. Ambalema, Carmen, Giron : in better request, and prices a.re much firmer. Palmyra : in demand. Esmeralda : in good request. Manila : a good retail trade existed. The last public sale in Manila com eluded the remainder of the 1870 crop, first, second, thirds, and these shipments a.re now on the way. Manila Segars and Cheroots : more demand existed but now tha.t hea'f1 weights a.re coming forward lighter are required. Java : nothing to operate in ; prices for segars sorts much high e r Japan: at public sale pl'ices went off with animation Tul'key : sells readily when of good color, short and inferior hard to quit ; sup plies have been liberal, but very mixed in quality. Greek : in request. Algerian : none offel'ing. Dutch: quiet. German : selling at high rates. Brazil : quiet. St. Domingo : prices higher. Hungarian : in fair de mand, and consumpti.9n on the Negrohead and Cavendish : prices steady, and more in demand for export. Stalks and : in request. Messrs John Stewart Oxley& Co. report:-This to bacco market has still remained in the quiet state no, ticed in our circular of the 1st ult. and ti)e onl1 trade demand has been for Yellow Virginia Lllaf, which has been purchased as soon as sampled, at very extreme rates. Virginia Strips have been inquired after, and a few small parcels found buyers at satisfactory prices. Western loof and strips have not tended much to swell the total sales for the month, which are co.lculated to be very small indeed. Sampling has now commenced1 and will be steadily continued. It is to be hoped that the increased assortment will attract buyers, o.nd render the market a little more active. Ca-vendish re mains quiet, while Negrohead is being constantly en quired after, and at last the Continental houses intend using it freely. At the present time there is not a tierc e to be. ha.d Mr. G. J. Rolfes' Circular says :-A very limited amount of business was done in the market in the past month in American tobacco, the principal part of which was composed of Western Strips. Little else was to be expected, the sampling of the new import having made hardly any progress whatever Negrohead and Caven dish were both in rather better demand. Havana, Yars and Cuba, all scarce o.nd high in price. Colum bian, very quiet. Brazil in demancl at low prices. Manilla..-A fair business done for home us.e. Greek-was, owing to the want of Ma.Cedonian, in good request. Turkey.--Several ltJo;:ge lots came to hand during the month, but scarcely -of the quality required. Substi tutes of several kinds experienced some attention, more particularly Hungarian. Segars.-Havana Manila, of good quality, sold well. The Third Annual Report OfThe President Of The Tobacco Association Of Danville Vi.Tginia. GENTLEMEN :-IIi making this my 3rd Annual R ep ort, it is gt'9.tifiingo to m'l to be a.ble t o give yon satisfactory evidenc es of the large inc:-ease in our Tobacco trade since my last R e p o rt, and to congratulate you upon the success which has atten ded your united efforts for the promotion of o.n obj e ct, the accomplishment of which r eflects upon you the high est credit ag bu s mess men and as patriotic and public spirited citizens of'onr rapidly growing town. It cannot be deni e d th,,t the pre seut prosperous state of our T obacco market, i s att ributable to the organization of which you are mem bers, and that the increa se d trade of our town, in every department of business, is mainly due to you. I trust yon!' past success will prove a sufficient incentiv e to !'e newed exe r t i o ns in t he same d irection Whilst much has a lread y been d o ne, much still re mains to be ac complished in building up such a market as will reflect full ctedit upon its found ers by infusing new life in our once languishing, and inspiring those by whom we are Btlpported with brighter hopes for the future in the prospective realization of an adequate compensation for their honest toil amid the difficnlties by which they were surrounded, and which, by your generous aid, they will soon be able to surmount. Let it be borne in mind that the future growth and prosperity of our town d epends upon its Tobacco Trade, and that, this trade is dependent upon your continued efforts to keep it up and to increase it by a continued spirit of liberal ity towards those by whom it is supplied, as well as by a spirit of fairness in your transactions with them. The growing popularity of our tobacco ma.rket is evi denced by the large upon our former receipts, as well as by the extens1ve orders which are being recei-ved from the P.rincipal cities of the United St.ates, as well as fl'om Canada, for the finer gl'ades of Tobacco which cannot be so redily furnished by any other market. This is owing to the fact of our fortunate lo cation in the centre of the best Tobacco growing section to be found in any country, and to the perfection to which our planters have ahained in its cultivation and subsequent management. :fhe quantity of Tobacco sold in our market within the past twelve months, as ascel'to.ined by the reports received from our Ware houses, is 13,191,406 pounds, being an incre ase of 4, 367 ,701 pounds, or nearly 50 per cent. upon the receipts of the previous year. the average price for all descrip tions, wo.s 13 53 per cwt., amounting in the aggregate, to $1,784, 797.23. Much of Tobo.cco;being of the finer descriptions, was sold at price s ranging o.t from $30 to $60 per cwt., and a considerable portion of it was sold at much higher figur!ls. Owing to the large increase of buyers in our market, no difficulty has been experienced from a want of capital to meet the increas ed demand. The decline in prices which has sometims taken place, has been induced by a corresponding de cline in other and larger markets. This depression has been caused, in a great degree, by the enormous tax imposed upon this article by the Government, lessening the demand on the part of consumers, and leaving but a small margin for profits on the part of dealers. It is to be hoped that Congress, at its ap proaching session, will see the justice as well as the necessity of redncing this tax to something like a cor responding rate with other subjects of taxation. Upon the whole pricea in our market, so far as I have learn ed, have proved satisfll.Ctory to the numerous planters by whom it is supplied ; and we may reasonably expect a still further increase in our trade, both by the ex ertions which are being mabe by plantora to increase the size of thllir crops, and by the 6radual extension of the area of country from which we receive our supplies. Since my last Report, two additional Warehouses have been opened, increasing the number to seven large es tablishments of thill kind, to which one or two more wilt probably be added during the present current year. Too much praise cannot be accorded to the pro prietors of these establishments for their systematic and satisfactory mansgement, as well as for the heavy expenses which they have incurred in their com medious and convenient construction. Tliere is also o. prospect of a large increase in the number of other es tablishments to be used in connection with oul' Tobac co Trade, among which may be mentioned several large factories which are now in a course of construction. The present number of establishments similarly en gaged is about forty, giving employment to over one half of our laboring population, at such prices as are inducing a large influx of that class of population, from othe r towns and cities where the have been similarly employed. With regard to the growing crop, suffici ent information has not yet been obtained to form the basis for anything like a certain calculation as to the quo.ntity or the quality. Mnch of the crop is still in the field, ita growth having been materially retarded by an untimely drouth of several weeks' duration, and its full maturity cannot be expected. The better portion of the crop baa, however, been secured in good condi tion. and some so.mples of superior curing are already being exhibited by planters Taking into .considerrtion the efforts which are being made by planters to enla.rga their future crops, and the popularity which our mar ket has obtained in remote sections, I think we have no reason to apprehend a diminution of our supplies, whatever may be the fate of other mrU"kets., In conse quence of tbe liberal premiums which have been offer ed by our Association, a I.a.rge show of specimens of the new crop may be eJ:pected to be found on exhibition at the approaching Fair of the Border Agricultural Soeietr, oommenoing on the 2'\h of 'he present month ; at which time, it Lop e d, suitab le arrange men ts will be made fol' their r e-e xhibition, at the St:Lte F,Lir shor tly to b e helJ in Richmond. In vie w of the large in crease which has taken place in our Tob 1cco Trade, as w e ll a1 in the general busine ss of our town, I would recom mend the establis!Jmeut of a w eekly Journal, to be d e voted exclusively to the pro motion of our trade, and to the matel'ial interests of our section of c o untry. Snc h a Journal, if properly conducted, would, in my opinion, prove a mqst efficient auxili a ry in building up our town, and in advancing the agricultural 'and other interests of this favored section. An enterprise of this kiud, if started by our Asssocio.tiou, would doubtless me e t with tpe hearty co-operation of our mercha.nts an,l other business men. ,. JoHN H. PEMBERTON, Pres't. Danvill e Va., Oct. 1, 1871. The Boston Havana Tobaooo Case. To t}lf.l'. Editor of The Tobacco LP.af :-My attention has been called to a long paragraph in your paper in r efer ence to a cargo of tobacco seized by ottr Cttstom authority, wtiich is absolutely false in every particnla r, e xcept in the fact that the tobacco has been seiz e d ; and I herewith enclose a card published by m e and I will add, that no charge of auy immorality is ch:uged against me ; on the contrary, I am told by t he C11stom authorities, who h ave ex am ined my books and Mr. Eller's, that not the slightest stain rests upon my cha r acter, as an upright and honorable merchant. I have not been arrested or given any bonds, and I think the whole difficulty ho.s grown out of either o. conspiracy to have my tobac c o weighed short, and then profit by having it confiscated, o.nd that the weigher, as i1:1 be lieved by all conversant with th., facts, made a mistake in r eturning the weight of the tobacco which I call e d the Government's attention to as soon a.s apprised of it. As to damage, etc., in no case has damage be en allowed, except verified by the Port Warden' s certific ate, and appraised by two experts. You must understand that to publish such a state ment as you have done, is no small matter, and I shall expect you to make a satisfactory amend. Respectfully, yours, SAMUEL. A wAY. BosToN, October 19, 1871. A CARD. "MucH ADo ABouT NO'rHING."-A statement in the B:>ston papers of this morning, in reference to the seiz.. ure of over one hundred thousand dollar s' worth of to bacco belonging to me, is untrue in every important pa.rticular except in the fact that I have had a cargo of 1 ,29 1 bales of tobacco seized, which cost l es s amount of damage and insurance allowed about $60,000. The facts are these : For several years I have advanc e d Mr. Maul'ice Elle r my money and cre dit to import tobacco, and held the proceeds as security. Heretof ore the en tries have been made by him When this cargo o.rrived I determined to enter it myself and went t o the Cus tom House and entered 1,291 bales of tob ac co without reference to weight, but publicly stated I supposed it weighe d about 100 lbs. the bale, which proved to be about the correct weight. About the time that the weigher should have made his return, I was approached with statements that my tobacco weighed more than it was entered at, and would be seized, etc. ; that I could hush it up by the payment of $5,000. My re ply was charactel'istic : I never compromised in y honor and never shall and went immediately to the Custom House and stated to Mr. Fisk, Deputy Collec tor, the statement made to me, and stated to him that if the tobacco was not weighed correctly no one wanted to know it more than myself ; also stated to Mr. Bing ham the same thing, and on his asking me if I supposed the tobacco was not correctly weighed, I told him that I knew only what was stated to me outside, that it was not. This the firilt itiformation that the Government had thaJ the tobacco was not correctly weighed, and the first knowledge I had, that the tobacco was returned at as weighing. It seems that on re-weighing it weighed several thousand pounds more, and I understand the party who first weighed was inexperienced and weighed it with combination weig-hts, which the experienced weigher is liable to make mistakes in using, and says he must have madll such mistake. In conclusion, allow me to say that I know nothivg ahout the details of Mr. Eller's business ; have been at his place of busineslfdre rs fr om the tob tmde in addition to those given by us la s t w ee k : E mp loyes P. L o rilla!'d & C o.' s Ikooklyn Factor,r, $Hl; employes P. Lori ll ard & .Co.' s, N ew York Faetor1. $275; employees, P. Lonllard & C 1 s $.)9 Mru ch, Price & Co., $50 ; S. R-1pp, $70; Fred 'R. B.trg & Co. and D e Barg & 0'1., $500; Elward M. Wright, $100; J. Hambur"'er & Co so. 0 'f' -ToBAcco AnouND DA...'iVILLE, V A.-Alocal journal saJll: "The tobacco crop has been cut and housed, and much of it is already cured. It has all along been predicted that the yield of this year would be inferior in qualitJ and short in quantity, .and now that it ha8 heeD. gathered in, the. result only too palpably vermes the prediction. ln. the outset a full crop could not be pitched for want plants ; the fields suft'ered severely from drought later m the season ; and now at the critical period, that great terror of the planter fatal enem7 of the weed, the frost, has done its part towa.rds the misfortune Some of the fields in the low groundS were badly damaged by the frosts, some two weeks ago ; but a greater l oss than this was sustained becaus e of the c?ld snap at that alarming many f armers, who, taking counsel of the rr fears, cut their to bacco gree n As w e ll as we can gather, a great deal of the crop h as been thus cut before it was ripe, and of course, the. result will be a lo.rg e proportion of dark and green leaf m_ the market next y e ar, with a comparatively small quanhty of good working qualities and bright. yellow. Some farmers who w ere very fortunate in. pitching their crops early, have made and cured fin& t>bn.cco ; but we think they Bl"e the excep tion." ToBACCo PREMIUMS AWARDED.-At the St Louis Fair, held early in the present month the first premium for smoking tobacco was to the Jack," exhibited by R. W. Durkah, of St. Loms. The tobacco is by John W. Carroll, of Lynchburg, Vugm1a; second premiums was awarded to Leggat & Hudson, No. 501 N. Se street, St. Louis. At the Lynchburg (V a.) Fau last the following premiums were awar GranVIlle L Moorman, Bedford, for bestship pmg leaf, $10. W m. E. John, Pittsylvauia for S&cond best ditto, $5. John M Hall, Montgomery for beat fancy wrappers, $20. H. M. Oliver, Campbell, for sooon.d best ditto, $10. Samqel SheltoDo Lynchburg, .for b es t specimen fine plug ured tobacco diploma. John W. Carroll, Lynchburg, for the bast speci m e n line smoking tobacco, "Lone Jack," diploma. It will be note d that Mr. C a!'roll's brand was suc cessful in both competitions. A N OIDNATION FrT T O BE MAoE.-Frederick A. de r Esq., of the firm of Schroeder & B on, No 178 W ate r New York, has received the unanimous nomination of Repu blicans of Brooklyn for Comp troller of that ctty. ThiR will be gratifying news noli ouly to the fnends of Mr. Schroeder in the tobacoo trade here, of which he is a prominent and esteemed ... mber, ?-lso to the people of all pursuits and pol tt!Cal parttes m Brooklyn, who are disgusted with in and misrul?, and desire to see capacity and mtegnty el evated m their stead. We wish the nominee succ e_ss Election day that waa accorded him m the nommating convention. &BNTBNCB OF GoVlliBNIIIENT DEFA.ULTBBS.-General Rich ard N. ex-Deputy Collector, convicted oa the 7th inst., m the United States District Court ali Baltimore, of embezzlement, has been sentenced to four years' imprisonment in the Baltimore citi jail and to pay a fine of $2,.346, 72 and costs. Colona TboDUIII J. Wilson, Ex-Deputy Collector, also charged with bezzlement, baa been found guilty and waa sen4ea ced to three years imprisonment in the Baltimore oitJ jail and to pay a fine of $3,180 and costs. THs WAY CA.S&A.T BosToN.-We learn, as we gQ to press, that the government has secured Gen. to l'epre .sent it in the prosecution of the Way tobacco case, the details of which we gave last we.ek. If there has been the cheating alleged to have,. takea, place, famous MBilllachusetts lawyer will be .snre to ferret tt out. The trial we also understandt will not take place until next Spring. RBDuOTioM IN THB REvENuE SERVIO&-From December 1865, to January, 1867, there were 5,850 c officers in the service ; in 1867 to 1868 there W.M'e 5, 720, and on the first of the present month there wet'e 4,260 -showing a reduction since the first mentiolled date of 1590. This reduction includes eight assessors and eight collectors, whose annual expenses averaged $10 000 each. SoME SALT.The Sal del Bey, the greatr siut lake ot Texas, is an immense bed of salt about .:fiv.emiles in cir cumference, which is believed to be iw!maustible, aa the J;>rocess of production is constantly going on. Th6 salt 1B formed naturally, and only has to. be shovelled up, placed in carts, and taken be ready for market. AT Pembroke, Ky., recently, at the,sale of the effeota ot Dr. Porter, the product of four BCI'98, hanging on stripped in the barn, brought two lumdred and forty four dollars. From this, says a locel paper, we should judge that the crop just housed, will command vetty: full prices. GBNliBAL Aunxn PLBASuroN, n.te Commissioner ol Internal Revenue, was elected ]!resident of the Teca Haute and Cincinnati Raili:oad vice N. McDowell,. re signed, at the Directors meetingatTerre Haute, on:.Ule 21st. h Henry County, Va., a. great deal of the tob.ooo has been cured fine, but unfortunately the crop ia..a. very small one. But few plant$ in Spring and a ha.dtstand in the Summer are the reasons alleged for it. AN ENTERPRISING Jou.nNA.L. The New York. Herald. of the 21st inst. contained a paragraph copiedl.fro..,l ,the Boston. Post of October 12, describing the A. Way tobacco in that city. STEPHEN has been chosen Tobac.QO, Inspsctor for the Planter-'s warehouse, at Hopkinsville, Ky., in con ne c tion with Squ.ire Steel. They are both said to. bs etJl.. cient and good judges of tobacco. Tu discovery has been made that le('ve& m..Jte a yeast in soone respects superior to hops, as the mead. rises sooner and has not the object to in that made from hops. NIW!.LY 150 weekly jonmals of DlJ\UJof them devoted to special interests in, the trade and com meree, are publil!hed in this tl!.o_agh 2(), known to the average read.el". TH.I! failure of Mr. Maurice Sm,ith, d,"'ler in to:b.aoo at Petersburg, Va., is apnouneed. o,llly $30,000 ; $17,000 being due. to residents of CIGA.BB AT WIDIBLIIfG, Wwn VIBGnru.-The Wheeliag (Va.) sales of United States interQ&,I fQr Qiga.rs alone during Septembsr, IWlUWlt$! tQ To tobaooo orop qot injnred by :rhe crop is below t4Q gqt qt\P.t'J' IS revoneq gooQ.

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s;. TOBACCO :T_JE_;\..F. TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS -. 1souCE:TOBAoco.. 114, ll6; ant 117 LIBERTY LICORICE. LICORICE PASTE 1 a WALLIS & ao I EXTRO.. I Topacco mimu_facturors nnd trade iJJ. I g<'neral are particularly requesloo to exaJUine ana tho properties of this LICORICE, which, being now brought to tho highest perfection, is offered uader .... MANUFACTURERS OF D. A. SHOTWELL & SON, :Manufacturers ot the above style of brand. We are also SOLbl AGENTS for the 1 bmnd. 4 r. G. & c.. o. I NEVI YORK BROKERS. best in th9 market And for the brona of 1 121 Q.DAKSTREET, &lilnu Gll!cbd.,, Napoloon ll Eaka*' JIIWT -&ll:r -loeepb W, On7, a .... L. a. ........ v THOMAS HOYT & CO., {--clmowledgcd by consumers to be the j ___ '.......:... ------:---Licorice Stick OATTUS & RUETE, [NOEL & CO., ( Fin_ e Cut. Chewing and Tobacco and Segars, SMokiNG TOBACCOS & SNUFF.' A"d of lhe brands of r. HERO and UNION _?Ufl. BRANDS CHEWING, ln all resp ects equnl to CALABRIA. I \!l..I.Obacto We have no Agents,. and HEARTS' DELIGHT, FineOutChewingTobaccoand Icho Smoking. Jobbe rs would do well to apply direct No. 129 Street, NATIONAL, BRIGHT OWEN, 174 Eigllth A.ventro, N e w York, Licorice Root, select and ordinary,' constantly +04 Cit y onhnnd. Ron. 07ADUll RARNEn T 0 Jl A c c 0 NEW YORK. J. 'EDWARD. DREYER, AND AGENCY S:nu.ft' d3 ,O:ls-ara' ei 1 Olthe lfsnufactare of And dealer. 'in all 'Kinds of LIQUORICE w s. and'l L r Leaf & Pliig Toba;ooo,' a "'lr' G A JTL 8t AX' 20,. & 209 ST. s'TDila.Y. .EX'TBA. I 1 r 127 Pearl Street, l1.L f -yo::a.:s:.: MILLS r t rrr t ( 'I J \ New York City l#ALTIMOBE, D. McAfPIN & -,, AT ,...,.. ... .,. .... M ,.. OLIV OIL, TQUQUA BEANS, and other FRED_'K FISCHEB, Street; York. .. fELEBB.ATED }!INE(JUT 'Flavorin[s for Tobaccorusts' Use, Tobac Broker, l l Vir[ill Leaf Chewill[; For&Jeby eL [.' ELLtR, -Agent, mxc o Weaver' ,.& ry, 52 Beaver Street, SMORING TOJ?ACCO, tJ \) V/G\.O>IliP v"""'"'" IMPqR';ERS, T r __ trll _ll'l.l_ o WM. McCAFFIL, Successor to CatCDISTER k Co. Havanc. & Donoesl:icl CICARS, It ![lOWERY, N. Y. B. &-CO., Toilaceo Manufactory-, '(Pffl'ER D. COLLINS, PRES' T) 97; bolum bia twJ '-NEW 0-, TRB Krs. 'G\ b1J'. 1!'-ilfer Chewing and Smoking 'TobaioO. mer ()'lily Genuine Gentlean Snuff; Mrs. G l3. Mille & Co. Maccaboy Dd Scotch Suuff; A. H. Mickle &<..Sans' Forest Beee '\nd Grape Tobacco; Mrs. G B. Miller ')Co. Smoking and Chewing To-.ac.o. WAll orders prbmptly executed. Jr.#? .. { 'CAMPBElL, lANE. & CO. oJ "''I J' 0 ltariofacturer.' of ToBACCO: AND' Dealers in Snitff, etc. 'rl'CTORI!S U 484 BROAD ST: IIEWllllt, u .( And In Celdw,ell; II', J. '8ltelda Tobaceo ,v,orksand ., ManuJ)lctnry t D. BUGHNER, Buchanan. & \ -vr .r rl.r(;(l -. l ('...rJ I-54 and 56 Broad St., New-York. of :the foll!'owing Cele .''' bra ted Brands cf l1fHl1t1 0 r ', I DARK. i.Nl!T-NAVY, lbs. aml.)9 lbB. S.o.iLoR' Came. do .. l bs and .)9 lbL PRIDE OF Ti:U: REG)]L(ENT, }4'8. W A.tlBINGTON 3l(B. BUOBANA:"l s lOa. Hie. BRIGHT, OUR' PB'r, Jo:s, ACv -N.a. Y, lbs. PBERL11:8S; dv., 68. E1:HAN .A.l.LBN1 dO. 6e-. -NOTICE.-'that our Brande : P .. SAl LOKS' <.>i\Jo CE, rhM'e b e en 1!0 tnutnte.,.. tp d ec eive \llnnr o[ tne In futnre the f"'Ckage Ul'bEii!ta rnped with our ruun .e. BUCHANAN & LYALL : NewYork. '4 "edn-N. Y. 'I "" ,_,, ; .JJ __ r J. S. CANS &..SON, }!Amro'A.CTORY AND SALESR00:\1:, CORNER' OF AVENUE D AND HNTH $TR ET. New Cit:. I P. Harmony; Nephews & Co., j'TOBACCO BROKERS, KINNEY ltlB.OS., importers aod Mannfactnrers of < J!lljlg,@j Cigars, and, Cigarettes, No. 141 Wes-t Broad-w-ay. NEW YORK. Gen!lral CommissiOn )VlercQ:ants, 63 BB.OADW AY, NEW Y:B.K, Offer for !!ale in lot'i to suit purchasers. varions brands of SpaniBh and Greek Licorice Paste, o! their importation. Ther,would particularly callllle a1tention otToba<:co Manu act-ureN arid others to the very superior propel'" ties or tho bmnd mr".A., P'RANX W .. STERRY, RICHAP.D D. M'G R.j.W. No. 86 1VALL STREET, 'iuliiTINE BUILDING, NEW YORK. CHARLES F. JAMES G. OSBORNE. TOBACCO BROKER, VINCENT L. COOK, F. W. St'erey & Co.,. 1\'o. 1r; oLD sLIP, 8U{ Ci:S9CR 'IO o;. r Jt_ r ...--;s. :a: lmPOR l::.ftS, c w .. ,.........,..,,..,_ ..... Ma.ou1acturer of all kinde of .. Ill Ill & W y 0 R K FiNE CUT. e :fffWING Deaietsrriit 'Speci;alties AND SMOKING TOBACCO. j'' r 1 M, RADER & SON, ll'acto-17-&n-dSal-ellf'O-Om_. __ Tobacco i.obacco I 23 Pearl Street, NEW YORK. s. JACOBY & .PATE,N:r I .. I Powdered E:x.tr:_actLutuorice -CIGARS; 24 CEDAR ST_ REET, Bole Proprtetora or th'll Benowned NEW YORK. El Baco and MetroDolitan Brands, P.o. cox 5527' o TIN FOIL. __ 209 PEARL-S'IREET, Oor. Maiden N e"W"-York. rOWOSSSO t*lQUORlCE. .JOHN !: .. HARTCORN & HAHN. Jt:AJ;"UP ACTURBR3 OP FINE SEGARS, j J r... Commission M erd1a'fit, I PJli il ,J BUILDnUJ/ L I 1 80 NORTH JOHN STREET, 1.IVBBPOOL0 BNGL.I.ND. FINEST Manufactpred at Pellgnk eepsie, New'f:ork. GIFFORD, SHERrHN & INNIS YJBACCO fOil & BOTTLt No. ss' pROSBY ST.,.NEW YORK. JESSUP & MOORE, 7' OLD SLIP, lilaedoorfromHauoversqnare, NEW YORK. r LICORIC?E, ETC. LICORICE MASS AND STICK, SP.ANISH, GREEU:, TURKEY .AND SICILY, FOR SALE BY HENRY.)Y,[. MORRIS; Importer and .Jlgen't for the U. S. and Canada, No. 73 Water Street, and 19 Old Slip, NE'W' YORK. CERTIFICATES from the leading Manufacturers in Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, ,Missouri, Irdiana, ll!inois, Ohio, New York, and Oanada. .. uo, Warranted Superior Powdered Lioorioe. .1 ( KEY WEST HA. VANA CIGAR FACTOR. SEIDENBERC &. CO., _19 Dey Street, New York, Proprietors of tlte }Jranil H.osa, Espano1a. Sir All Sers mod in thi s Factory are of .w. V.".RY ll.:.":l' llAV A..'{ A TOBACCO. --Self Pressing MOULDS. For Sale by S. JACOBY CO. SOLE AG:p>tS 209 Pearl Street, Near Maidea Lane .. NEW YORK. MISCELLANEOUS. F. W. BECK ct. CO., 130 North St., Baltimore. Md., ""1 Smoking Tobacco, PACKED IN POCKIIT POUCt-tZL ..... ..ted Dec. 3d. 186'1. will-cw.n ... .., H. A. RICHEY1 .:..:..=c:......:::_ __ __:;a r-.,,, NM Y .... TOB-ACCO MA CHINER, Y, HENRY WULSTElN, 1!UCC!:8SOR TO .t lDCOIIt1.llE. No. l.Oo MAIDEN LAN...:E =-.. _,..: -.Wtl wurk, and in U 1 e fhnpiDKmoold,which at lleevd fonD1nQ' tbe bttad is furnished witb a diew l tb 1 a Pht!llredge, wblrb cute the bead perlcctly. but Jea.vts tb&obalanctof \he binder f o r tbe eDtirc or tbe cipar lJJl.CDt. 51b. Alter the cb!ar lt-formfd In tbe mould It lo placed In a melsJiic re wbicb I 1-16 of an .. tncb larger in \tltl eh8r J tng mvold, thus ... J?i\'lng an opportunity for tbOnatllrttl t'IyiiDPIOD of th e tobacco, and .. curing ..-It h certainty the Pmuklng qnal eled that there i Ci.'1&r, aud 1 left perr e8dy f. r 1 The u n \ fOTm ut the clgKr tl!-.rip;b them with rapidit.y, and with p;Dch e:xi\ctneHE\ as rann( t be Thes:e tpohitl!l emhracn n11 the fflflential onett i n the of advantages. which add g rear l y to the practical vrtlnt> oftbeE:'e / of at lt=>-&"t twn of'M r rappertl on eayh 1000c JgBrl". OnPlnJit"Cl Jep.e 1 i.oa rPQilire d in flniFhing thn n hy the ordmary moulr1l' bun with a arubu.nifounily uo hio,able 't!Y any other ITiould and 500 Uetntner,., $100.00. Lane, New York, where the practical operation of the Moulds can b e a&'all times _....{J. R e liable h?nBeJl may awly for in t he...pr!Dcipnl c i tle or the United S t ate. GEO. J. PRENTICE, General Agent .r 197 Cor. Maide n Lme, New York. BATJER & BRO., ME'lOJUNTS DAYTON, OHXO. For and A large aes ortment,constanti7 on hand and p11oted to order. f 22 & 24 William Street. New York. PATBKT 1" '<._ ----& .DrY Piftk::fiiO'Op; Are most desirable for quality, finish ancl price MARVIN'S BURGLAR SA,FES l:annot be Sle-dged! Cannot be Wedged! Cannot be Drilled I 8ANK VAUI.TSr l /" ... VAULT DOORS, EXPRESS BOXES, -PLATS SAFE!k C.OMBINAflo L0eK8 204 rFtTLTON STREET" ,l {, -t I .,. JV NEW Y.ORK\ I ; I"' .r 1 WfSTEHN : TBlMMfR : -"' u"J. u -f .... ABD r;..,. Wrapp er Jlwfllll ]lllUealarB and woodcut, a:ldreu IBJm. FU'.liXE, Detroit, J[ich \