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


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

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The Tobacco Leaf: Organ of the Tobacco Trade of the United States
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/ --gan of the Tobacco Trade. of the States:' The Largest Special Trade PaPer in the WOrld OL. VII.--NO. 48. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, I / 87Z WHOLE NO. 36:t J.o .l'oo"u-JIHry JJCOIJKIKQ,.., tlw lfiJIItf .&.1' 14J J'VLTOlll 8'DilDI:T, !llnl' YOBX. 1. -116aa. ...................... lldltor. lo ... Q.G..,. ...... ..... : .l.o aa w.,-. mocliag, wh-IUo doolrad lo I'Holr. tho Clpr aocl TobAcol> Trade D<>t onl7 o!Ullo bon-DIIblo. Alllet,ra oh.W be plaial7 lo T LJ&a l'l7aL11-eo-..... us ru11on at.reet, ){elf l'orlr:. T&BXI or 'J' .. PAPJ&.R. opo Oop!H 10 Oei>U.,, ........ Per J&aaum $i.OO. To.....,.. -d the c-.. l.NIIi4dltioa.olpor ... for pnpormoal ot ......,... To :ar.mea. llomlou"', d lho COilllnonl of -.l2.0111ddilioaol--ma forpoMoQo. To&u.&r.Ka, et.o., fl.Ol. Yla8&D.I"raalli.MO, Nell "" per 11Ul8!D for pooap. No oNorl ror lhe -'*"'4erod, unl601 ao oo_.ed by till OGIOUilt. n-t...,_aboald,U...._,.Ia_,bemode OGJybJ mocoy-ordor,-orclron. BWo .. eu .. ble be ot.olen, llld ..., OIIIJ bo lolllt at lholl\'eM. eot rl.ok 1o lhe lolllder. BAT&I Or ADVJJ:..RTiai!IG. 1 oquo"" (14 n_..n-)Ar I momlho, Ull;d<>. 1 ,..,., .... Ulo -lpM>JIOI'ilOD, but noae tueD unlual, 2, 3, f, or moue equare1. o..o eo!UIIlli. oao ,._., w; m: IDIODUao, PJO NOIIlOillh.o, IUO. -.yl&l', $:UO; mODtbo, ti.JO ; -....,...., t1S. .,. Aclnrtl--Uao tHl ,.... lfO per =aareoTer two MWl Dllllle takta for ...., ODe yru, ad-; two ..,._.,,PIO;Uoreo .. SMO. Kede'flation --A.d'nrtieementa 1Jilthr t'-ll..aJDc .. or "lfaatod," 9tD.-UM for .. q lfo orduJor beoollatdered. UD""oompan!Pd by ..., _, 1 ., iiiDC .. ....,.,. will_.._....__ to. -lfEW yox. ToiHu:co Tl'ueloUI. Acao W. Bona. liM &lld PI l"!Ont otr .. t. AileD .Jali.an, 171 W alet'. rimo D. A., IN or.-. ore, Kayo 4 Co., 41 BrMd. Frith, 7 Burlmg Blip. If., lllllaiden LaDe .. 7t-\. A. H. & -rro.-, 123 Pearl. llocikley A D. & Oo., 1 .. Peot. --.lberg' a: Co. 181 Po&rl. lAmotte A. 0., 183 Pearl. Lh'la Ill. H., 162 Pearl. ]J&W&Ild Robed L. a: Oo. BroU. .J(trtiJ> a: JohDoou, 166 Water. Xaror J-ph, BonA, ut Water. Ko0alll1 Jameo. 191 Oree11trich JlcOallll wm., 51 Bowery Keior A. C. L. & 4.S Beonr. ._,aerT. H. & uo. ,.161 aad 1111 Wo,ideD L ... o. < ;M'orria, 'ft. :N., tt Old "Upend!! wa. ttou, Bl&nrhtor>l< Co., D & Stoon, 191 P-1. tzobn A: :Reitselll!t.eio, 176 ,Tac, Charles l!' .. & Sori, IU Front. ont, F. w. & Co., 110 Pearl. U no, C&rl, 111 Pearl. ottorlola' &m. 'l'n. H., 8 Cedat. .... Eller Kaep!'"l, 118 Pood. X. & Oo., 177 Poarl :Wnpt, E. )(, 39 Broad. Tobeo Brours. & Ruot.et IJII Pearl-. er, Edwartt,' U7 Pearl. er. Jl'red.uick. H BeaYI!'... r '1. S. 4 Bon, M Woll. o1Wl4, P., 179'Pear!., bonul. Charles F., lS Old Blip. M & Sou, US Poarl. Manujacturerr of Toht:l an & Lyo.U, 64. and 68 Breed. ober, D., US I .. t, Vincent L., 169 Ludlow. B .S. & Bro., US a.nd Ul' Duana. & Oo., IIi, 118 and U7 Liborly. Y. A. & Bro., HI Wubingto11. OeodwiD & co., :101 and SOli w.-. !loyi, Tbomu & Co.,.,. r-1. Ilaaay :Broo. Ul Wett Broad.-ay; lloAlpln, D. H. 4 Oo., cor. A.veau D &D.d. Tollth. ll.illar, Kra. (}, B. & Co., 97 Columbila. S., 75 F'Olt<>n. a...-.u D. A.. & Son, 17{ Bi1hlh &1'. lfior, rsYan 1< Oo., 71J'ohn. A,rents for SmoliK tiC. llu & Ko.eppel, nil Pearl. t5 Liberty. :M:., Ita Water. Manufturtrs f Cig11rs. A.urJ?aeb k Mendet'80n, 1118 Water. r.a..., FriJ Brot., 11 Gold. Cholllol II .to Bto., M Maid ... lADe ; -.-rn .. Jlalm, lCS Water. 11: ... Co : :157 .lloWftJ &D.d. lift Walor. L & 0 o:. 110 Waier. &-Oo,, :109 Peorl. S s:,. J93 lCtgbth neouo: Iu & S_p1eo, 35 Bowery. Broo. ; lll2 Pe&rl. Broo. a. Co: Ul Jlaid. ... Lane. llhodel, M W. & :Bro., 1110 I'-'. Nov.borser, M:i t9 UbertJ'. O..:lor, B., 297 I GT., ltrP-11 "WaUer, R. 11.. B Pearl, W44\ k Oo., IOFine. ,I {mj>orters rif San D.mir Toko. t.e:rau: & CroobJ, 61 '\f'oll M .. rifadu,..., f So";#'. otlbJ & Hoi.,.,, US Water, F A & Bro., 1U WaMia,_a lmporttrs of Piper, IU, ...... Bicllard, 1.,111 Oh.aiaa. hlportm rif CIJ Pipr.o. .ater. H. .. Brotloor, 81 wa ... ............... J. H; 4' Oo., 148 :rr.a,, j' .Mauf.,torm of Murdauwi C..th: IJ Son, ta Kaidea Lane. J,p,.ttrs of H'flfl/8 1 lll&rY & lDins. n BroW.. r 1 i.r 0. 29 ::Beayer. A 1 P a: eo. m Kai.t.a w..a. '' I .. \ ho;.rters of Li'lorict Gom ... :Wttllio a: Co.," .. 318. 'tt'llliuL Inmelbefi .t Oe., 1110 Pearl. lllcAAd....,,J_0.1M l!'roat Morril, H Ill. 19 Old Slip aad 73 :W .... 'Weaver & Sterry, M CodA<. &ttl Leaf Tobcc,. lnsJ>tiolr, Lindo, F. O., .t Co., IU Water. Tobacrt PrtUNf., GuUirjo a Co., Frood. ManfactUrlrl of ct-" BlfCs HlllkoU,Iooob, 193 a-IViclto, 0.0. &; Bro., 157, lH 4' 1R Cigar Bolt, C.d.r aod tlfter W.Us t>.., .. P. 11:., cor. 8jztla .W. Left. DoriiWl, l. & Co., 131.&.-M U .....;, Roclmon a Hepburn, 21$ I.Mrlo. Wardrop .t Daly, liOS .t-......_ Gerorao Cirar Rihhoos. Cnmor, G 25 'Wblto Spanish C irar RibHr AllllinJl, 1 J ., SO Cedar. Citr MoMith. Olpr :W:. 11:. Oo., 4&1 Pirll an. laool>y, 8. "Oo,, 4011'-1, PIIJ>er Tobacco B.,;r. Ho1t'loH Broo., 1186 hlton. ManMjtU:turers of Tobduo TioJI'i!, Crooke, J.l., sa OroobJ. Auctioneers rif tit. Oer&rtl, :S.tto & Co., f 0 Slip. Tobtrcco Ltrk4. H&ich"' eo., u .t34 v_,, F. a: eo., n Norlll1t'i1Jwa. woa, Chao. A., 11 Chatham. '*'Z!.aoft, w Co., 1117 'tt'llTobtrcco Cu,ttinx Hammorotein, 0,, 144 Wator. rif Ruui Cirartttts. Xm.noy Broo., ltl Woo Btoad.-ay. Tobacco Pipes. Bobinoon, R. 'W. a Sono, !82, lM, aad 1M Green ,'lfich. CLAJUtSVILLE, TeJt.D. Leaf Tob,..cBrdero. Olart, K. H. nre: COVDfGTOJf, &;,-. Qlon, l. A. P ... Bro., 15, 1! W. 7th: wa,... a. Batterman, Koalon Tobooooof w...,. hi-, a-up. D..UOSUAY, (loJt.D. al, Wm:I.22S Slate. WOOil.orlh & mrona:. 217 state. J I W!tolwrle Dealert in Manufactured Tobacc ... Blll'Dham, J. D. & Co., Tl & AaJIWil. JJfDJA.Jf.APOLU, lad. of PI-c 8-oftir e.ilh .. n.-o, 15 :BUt &v.lh. NEW YORK, JAN'Y 24, 187::. :S'ATIONAL, TOBACCO. ASSOCIATION OF THB. UNITED ST A. TES. H., FRA.YSER; Pal!lmD!'P. LORIN PALMER, VtOJt-PRl!llDENT. JOSEPH HALL. TRWIU!IER. JOHN STRAITON, SIICBETARY. Communications upon matter. relative to the inter ests of the Allsocia.tion may be addressed j To the President, care L. H. Frayser &; Oo., Richnwnd, Ot, To the Vice-President, 170 Water Street, New York. AN A.POLQGY. va.', We owe our patrons an apolQgy for recent delays in G J. KUOHLER. G W. GAIL. 01WBT .U. KUCHLER, GAIL & C ,O., PACKIBS er SliD AND ISH TOBACCO. 128 WATER STREET, 1\Tew York. RoBERT. E. 'KELLY & 0 34 BEA. VER. STREET., NE'W' YORK9 J:MPOH.TEBS OF Havana Cigars ana Havana Leaf, and Sole Agents for the Brand "SUPERIOR DE JOSE MARIA VICHOT," .'Send fOl' l'rioe Lmt. KEY WES1' FLORIDA. .: -J E I Cigr Wrapper Bo.i;nr Fairman & Co .. 118 Cocl&r. Cigar Moullil and S ntJptr Prenti G80 S., un Pearl. LIVBitPOOL, J:ac, lbJ!.ba, P. w., 80 llorth John. the issue of TH LEAF. They were occasioned by c ir cumstances beyond our control, but as these have now ceased to exist, we trust to be able to print our journal promptly on publication day. The difficulty, due to derangements1 in the mechanical department of THE LEAF, fas been mu,cft more fnnoying to us than it cO!J.ld have been to Qur readers, and we shall endeavor to prevent its recurrence quite as much for our own I comfort as for their convenience, though we ever to of 1M lilli:(;U.IWQ 1!1 ra.&&T; ()Ilfi)llliiiATI, '"o We are malllac a apeclaley of FINE cur c H)!; WANG, and t.."llaraneee U &o bold It o rlclnal mola&nno an Hlt'rlana CiKar Flaouor. Fries, A. & Broo., 2S Welt Broadway. German c;gar Mou/J,. Spior, Obaa. E. & Oo., 71 John. Tobacco an11 Cigar BIJ(;S. Bt.mue!Jo, 8. L 85 John. I Fixed &ar Cigar and Pip< Lit:lW Cses. Kraft a Hoffmeiater, 18 North William Bnis. Germ&D.-A.merican, cor. ]},roadway and Otdar Safe; Mrvin & Oo., 265 Broadway. 8a'Ving s Banks Mulual Benefit, 116 N-u. AI.BANY, N.Y. GTcler, Joo. & eo., 61 E:a:cllaage Ploce. Willteno & Klier, 69 Boutli Oharloo Tobacc Gleeb & Niem&nn, 78 South Charleo Ricarclo, Lottw:i ch & Oo. liS E:a:ehange Ploce. Mallll(attu.rtrs, eu. Beok, F. W .... Oo., 180Norlh. Falper, P. W' ., 110 and 91 Sonlh Ohar!ea &; eo .. u1 Pratt. rif Cigars. Gulh Ouolo'fe, 53 German. PaelerJ if Seeri-Ltaf Toba;:co. Beeker Brolhon, N Lombaod. De'lller itt Haovana and Domestic Ltaf 11od M.nufacturer rif Cigar 'Kurl.\t, 0. H. :Ill., 332 'Wool Raltimre. rif PluK NoDcltoeltor, L. H., w .. t Baltimole. Manufacturer rif Snuff. Dulroh..rt, E. W. & Son, 29 Soulh BOSTON. l!'i.lhor & Co. 23 OODtral Wharf. HolJoke, C. 0., 12 Centrol. Wharf. Mfacturer rif Cigars and Dtale r in 1'baceo. Jaooboou, 1., 7 Broad. ., WJ.olwrle Dealers in Tobacco aud turers rif Cigars. Carruth, 0 H & Co., ttl Hanonr. lmporttrs .rif Ha"Uana Cigars and Leaf Tbacco \II'Wiar & Ella brook, 7 Commercial. BREIIEN, GEIUIA.NT. CAmmiuion Mercltant. Weothoff l!'l'ed., jr. BROOKLYN, N.Y. Bncban&n. & Lyo!L B1x Mamifanurers. Sbormr.n Brothera, 3 to 13 lled.picti Tobacco-Cutting MacAi11trJ. WuiJtein, Henry, lLS Myrtle a'fenue. D"ilers in Ltaj Tobacco aod Cue, S. S o!t; Co. 148 South Water. Bobinoou, J. &. & Bro ., 252 Lake and 277 Water. DeaitrJ in l.Aaf fobacct. Kuprowios, S. & Boa, 299 Stato; San4baget>. Btos., 17 IV eel Randolph. Manfacturer, rif Fiot Cut T.b= Knrra1' & Muon, 174 and 178 NprlhWater. 8pau!din1 & KerriCk, 9 and 11 Ri'flr, Manufacturers rif Fint Cut CA will be opens up the question which somewhat mooted of late, whether fore ign manufacturers who have not copyrighted their trademarks in this country, can lay claim to any property in them without such protec ti'on. It seems a somewhat late day to test the matter, as it has been the practice of e v ery American manufacturer to use the same labels and brands as the Cuban manufacturers ever since American cigars have been and if it can now be shown that a proprietary > right has been infringed and the Court in the present case grants the prayer' of the plaintiffs for an accounting for the profits derived fro1n the use of such foreign labels, the ruin of the entire cigar manufacturing trade of the United States is assured Judge Barrett, of the Supreme Court, where the ac tion has been, commenced, has already granted a tem porary injunction restraining the defendants from the further use of the labels, marks, and brands in contro-A well IIBSOrte.J stock of HA YANA and YARA Tobacco constantly on hand and solfi a\ LOWBST llPOR.TERS' l .. P08t Of!lce Bo:z 2969. 188 PEARL STREIT. NEW YORK. Havana Cigar Factory. Key West 1. & CQ., I9 Dey Street, New York, Proprietors of' the BraD.d ESP AN 0 L LA ROSA. &' All Ci ars made in this Facto are of the VERY BEST HAVANA TOBACCO, DeBARY a KLING, New Streets, New York. 52 Broad and 50 IDIPOB.TBRS OF HAVAN'A OIGAR.S, And Sole Agents fryr the sale of EL PRINCIPE DE CALES CICARS, HMlulaotored at the KEY WllSi' BRANCH of the celebrated El Pf!neipe de Galea :Manufaoto'7 of 1 It )' ") 1 j versy, and we shall await with interest further developsumers, whose wi hes in the premises ,he does not seem Mr. Kimball's observation regarding the ments. A common sense of the case, and we think to have at all consulted. v eals a wonderful amount of ignorance on the subject. an equitable one, would lead to the conclusion the But strangely unfounded as Mr. Kimb1all s opinion" Indee d, the fact that he has bee:n so long connected with r. plaintiffs, and the Havana manufacturers generally, if seems regarding the expectation of the smokers and the Tobacco Division of the Bureau, and yet knows :so l they had any rights in the premises, have long since h d r d 'fi b h 1 1 f h c ewers, 1t IS war,e mto ms1gm canoe y t e cheerful 1tt e, 1s one o t e strangest revelations of his surprising'' forfeited them by permitting them, without protest, to be of the concluding sentence : On the concommunication. We are told that he" thinks that "a infringed for so long a period. At all events, the cigar trary," says he, I believe a majority of these consumuniform tax of 24c per pound, with the suppre,rsion .'(Jif /lie trade of the country should see to i t that Hirsch ersjind a in contributing thus indir e ctly to the of tobacco to and a thorough eolfec-& are sinews of war," revenue of the country, and an additional motiv e for con tion of all the taxes on manufactured tobacco, would as t ey are m rea 1ty. g tmg t e att e for every Ameritinuing in the indulgence of a luxury in which four-fifths yield a revenue of while any less sale than if Fine Cigars ant! D ealer in Maruifactllretl Tobacco. smce the defeat of the defendants of their friends, at least, can qot participate." In other 24c. per pound would be attelllded by a corresponding would mvolve overthrow of all. words, the poor laboring men, who form a large prodecrease in the revenue." Nlow if Mr. Kimball had! Foeratel, Baul, 13l Pifth ATi QUINCY, ILL. Manufacturers rif Plug Tohcc. Harrio, Beebe & Co. RICHIIO:ND, VA. (A,.,,;u;,,. Chookley .. Anc!OTBOD.. Cb:riatian, B D. &-Co Noal, Tboo. D: Brders. Mi!ll, R. A.: ROCHJ;STER, N. Y. Manufacturers of Tobtnc 'Whaln, R. & T., 190 Slato. Maoufacturers rif anli Snuling. w;a. !'!. & Co. Dtaitr i Leaf Tohctos Mosely, D B., IWU alreel, ROTTEJU)A.ll[, Hollaad.. Laurillarl, 1. Jl. SPRUfGFIELD, IIA.SS. 1 Smith, H .t Oo., 20 Hampdml ST. LOUIS, 110. Jl!.oujacturers if Tcm. C&tlia, D., 701 North Beeond Laclede Toloaoco W orb, 1104 North Sooolld. Tob.cce H'areluus. Dono.ilat-, C ... R. & eo:, W llartet. Wol.l & Bel'fia, S20 Norlh Socoad. Bruer. Hayw0., I. B., 1011 Nortll Collllllll'eial. SAN FRAlfOISCO. Cmuleiuittn Merclunrtr. PI&H & Nowten, Oalifornio ant Pru.l. SYRACUSE, Jf, Y. .. Co. G P ., 15 N orlh 8alma. TOLEDO, O. To6acca M1111Ujcturers. WiUxd:.. ball, the present movement for a reduction is made sole were as sure of continued life, health, a:nd happiness in mise rate of 24c. which M;r Kimball recomme,nds. To! ly in the interest of, and only asked for, by the maxrufacthe future as we are_ of the action of the consumers were argue that a decrease in tb.e rate inl(olv.e.s a,.. turers. "My' opinion is," continues the Chief, "that the petitions circulated among them, and the facts plainly decrease in the revenue, shows the most superficial rea-.. consumers of tobacco expect the tax to continued, and stated. Although they may know, generally, that tosoning and not the slightest acquaintance with the facts. have no intention to ask its repeal." Had Mr .Kimball bacco an. d cigars are taxed, they have, we opine, at pres If, as can be shown, the z4c. rate would resulti.Q. driving stated the grounds on which he based this singular opin" ent only a very vague idea of the extent of that taxation. many ?f the smoking tobacco liilanufacturers to the ranks, ion, he would have satisfied a very natural curiosity on And just here is one of the pernicio.us effects of the of the blockade.rs "and the ruin of others, it Jlilturally fo\ the part of our interest, especially since all the facts in system of indirett taxation. The citizen finds his in lows that a nominally less rate 'WOuld really l\et a much_ the general cognizance afford not the slightest basis for come yearly growing less sufficien t to meet his \fants, larger revenue. such a conclusion. Does Mr. Kimball really believe but does not realize the thousand and one channels in But we P\1.1St leave Mr. Kimball w.it.h.o.ut further comthat if-consumers were shown 'that they were now paying which it flows from him into the general treasury and ment. His statements might more detrimental to tha: five dollars per head per annum, in addition to the cost the ppckets of the officials It is, 1n so far as it takes trade were they less absurd, a,nd for this very negative. of their tobacco and cigars, to the Government, besides away a man's substance without his knowledge, or full virtue we are thankful. But, though easily refuted we all their other contributions to the same fund, comprehensipn, a gigantic system of robbery-mean and can not but regret that have been put in the shape of indirect taxation, and asked to subscribe underhanded, as all theft is. But once inform the toor that the important o c cup ied by this v;ec;. a petition, pray+ng that at least a portion of the burden of the facts in the case, and even the crude thinker and s Qpedicial obs e r ver should not be might be removed, the eight millions would not sign as thick walls of Mr. Kimball's Washington sanctum will filled l)y one more C9. mpetent to as sist in the laudable one man? If Mr. Kimball doubts, let him try the exper-not be able to shut out the clamor of those protesting endeavor of the relatiions of trade aa:ad, Govern iment. Sitting in his opi.ce in Washington, he certainly 1against this now unrealized mulcting in favor of a Govment mon: sa,tisfa,cto ry, and p re s erv i ng th,at loyalty on, should not ulldertake to speak for eight millions of con'ernment has already obtained so much.! one on other, which I

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.. TOBACCO LEAF. / r must be a c9nslant conflict as :lnnoying as it is THE IMPORTS. '1 2p.-'-The .Bulletin bright wrapP,er, Ioo llbs.; u hhds. Hart Coun-detriinentafto the true intere!sts of all concerned: The arrivals at the port of New from fore i gn reports: 'l'he lllarke .has been unusu.lux active, and ty leaf, 6 at, 7.20 q,A at I2, I4S, I9 75, 26; I6 hhds. ports for the week ending January 23, included the fol djSalers have bought more freely, evei Hart County lu'gs 8 hhds. Henry County WASHINGTON J'anuary Kimball, head of lowing consignments: ihdicatioo of Havana is at 25c. to $I.I5 leaf at 7@I7.75 ,4hhds. Hemry County lugs at 4 3 o@ the tobacco division of the Internal Revenue DepartNEw YORK, :Janu dry 23. & Chauncey, IO cases licorice l:t\; eed leaf at Yara, $I@Ir.e2 K.entuck 5;.! County leaf at 11.25, 15.75; I hhd. ment, has prepared a p aper for the use of the Commit paste. at 8@u, as t '.qua tty. The receipts wJ:e' :r4 hJ,.ds., 387 Cou 1elif at I2.'75 2 hhds Henderson f W d M h h h h West e rn Lea f.-Receipts of new crop are as et too C tee o ays an eans, m w IC e estimates t e numNAPL:Es-Order, 230 cases hconce. &xes, and 24. bales and cases. :rhe. were...,s ash at """O 8.20 22 lhhds. Green County leaf f f f: d b d small to induce shippers to take hQ)d, and o.ur principal "'"' ber o consumers o manu acture to acco an ctgars m ST. ANDREws-Eggers & Heinlein, so bales. hhds. to Maderra ; I hhd 4 half hhds. to Sunnam ; I at 7@II ; r6 hhds. Green Cownty l ugs at 6.ro@ 7.Io s b h cutters nd manufacturers are at Washington attending t La ut Q90,ooo, g!Vlng to eac t'o t e ifax que tion. We have, there ote, to rep9rt a HAV f. Al1niral, L. ; Alff'a 21,1, otase :flprbadoes d il"?kgs. to I9 at '7o@Io; 9 Logan s r a I. u of If pound and I4 quiet marl(et, with sales o( 34n lnostly low grIes. do; F I82 do; E. Rosenviald ''$8[ an 2<1, r. \\. Co!4'1ty Cl.2o@Hb-J 211 .Jj_re tobac 0 ana r67 cigars, tM basi!5 of calculaand, as heretofore, to the and the ?J:ecli do; :M. & E Salomon, 76 d ; Schroeder & Bon, '!I iue-fepo 1 118 fOllowa. Our rnarkathas ruled firm Iea.r af 1-15, 9?; "I .filid. Brec: qridg County lul at tion being the 95, 000J000 pounds of manufactured toterranean. Y. Hava, 46 do ; A S. Rosenbaum & Co. I4 do; F. the entire week, with prices tending upward on all 6:8o; 2 hhds. S1mpson County l.eaf at S.8o, 8.8o ; 4 ti.hds. bacco and I,333,ooo,ooo of cigars on which taxes were Iotweek 2d week Sdweek 4th week lithw .. k Total. Lopez, 7 do; A. Gonzalez, 481 do, 6 cases cigars; R. S. good new cutting. There has not been much doing,in Simpson County lugs at 6.3<>@6.70 i 8 hhds. Daviess collected during the fiscal year ending with June last. Walter, 45 do, I do Lewis, Philip &John Frank, 14 do, oid1 though prices contipue firm at former quotations. County leaf at 7@8.2o; x.s hhds. County lugs at average would be largerifthe tobacco manufactured January, 990 403 '0 0 I742 I 3 dp, G W. Faber, IS cases cigars; Chas. T. Bimer & The ulea amounb'to 149 bh,ds. and 29 boxej! 4 hhds. Todd Coun1ty leaf at 7@ro; 2 hhQ!;. and sold illegally were added. !'rom other estimates Virginia Leaf.-There has been no improvement in Co. ; 12 do; T. J. Rayner & Co., 2 do; De Bary At the Bodmann Warehonse, Chaa. Bodmann & I aylor County leaf at 7.6o, 8.3o; 2 hhds. Taylor County reaches the c01nclusion that the tax on toany artmenl. of ii trade since"lJUI" las eHmg, 13 do; obt. B. Ke co., ; A:c](er, Co., "'! 4 m. "36 h l 6.9ohhds. Larue leaf 7 ; baeco in no wise diminished its consumption and port. On the contrary, business, if there has been any Merrill & Condit, 2 6 do ; W. H. Thomas & Brother, 32 and ::a boxes, new Owen Countv,Ky.-rzat6.lloto 'l 6o; 3 hhds. Larue County luro; at C6.25, 6.8o ; 2 hhQs. ettha the fact that the Government collected las t year change, has been duller during the past than during do ; Park & Tilford, 8 do; H. Morzeier, 2 do;"}. B. 12 at8.o5 to 9 70 ; 7 at Io.oo to I 3 at uYz to I 3Ji; calfe County leaf at 8, 8.40; 2 .. hhds. Metcalfe County tai:es on upward of 95,ooo,oo,o pounds manufactured topreceding week. We have heard of some small sales of Carbo, t do; L. !Benjamin, 1 do ; N. Badell, I do ; At4 at 14Yz to 17Ji; 21 bhds. new Southern Ind. dark lugs at 5, 6.50; 2 ?hds. Maruon County lugs and leaf b:icco show s that the taxes; are very closely collected. lea[ at prices1 but there was no spirit or !antic Steamship Co. 457 bales. trash and low Jugs; 10 to 5 _90; II at 6 .os to 7.Io; 6 .25, 8 ; 3 hbds. Adm r County l ,eaf at 7.35@8. 20 ; I hhd. His opinion is that not more : than 5 per cent. Of such ammatlUgner, Brooks & County lugs and at 6 70 Io.so; 2 hhds fnerld at least, can not partictpate. that had the supply of this material been greater, or its suemfd. f Co., proprietors, 22 hhds. -12 hhds. rlew Owen county County leaf at 8.7o, Io.2;5 9 hhds Barren County .Jxolt EDXTORTA I.S oetter adapte6 -so@ 6 1 j I hhd Sbelby Coun. to the car' eful review of. Mr. Banks's bill on this sub-the past few weeks, the and Massachusetts interior, an4 coastwise ports, for the week ending Janu-I hhd. West Va. 9 45 ty leaf at $B. 5o' 2 hhds Shelby County lugs at 6.20 6.7o; in other columns. tobacco of.tlje gr of I87o is chlefiy responsible. Noary 23, were 303 hhds, 58 trcs, I35 trcs, I03 ;( trcs, At. the Kentqr Wayne & Rattermann, hhds County lugs_ and leaf at 7 8.7o; I ST WEEK, in this city, the annual. meeting of German Cigar-makers' Union was held in Walhalla HaD. The reports were of the most satisfactory charac ter, and the old board of officers was reelected. V/ANTED THE Tm.-Early on the morning of the 19th inSt. burglars were discovered in J. S. Douglas & Co.'s E$pire City Tobacco Works, No.432 East Tenth Street, wliile they were drilling a hole in the safe. No arrests. ToBAcco FACTORY SEIZED.-The tobacco manufactory e>f.AdOtp Fehrens, in the town of Uni. on, Hudson CountYi N. J., has been seized by Deputy Collector Onslow, of tJ:\t ;_lnternlll Revenue, for th-e alleged use of canceled s ps. l N ALLEGED F':RAUDULEN" T BANKRUPT.-Last week Salduel Stein, a tobacconist doing business at No. 869 Tlkd was brought befol"e Commi&Sioner Shields o A charge of fraudulent bankruptcy. He gave bail in to appear for examination. 1:, PRINCE OF WALES AS A SMOXER.-A Lonrlon cor of the Prince of Wales, "that there is mqch.moregood in him than is usually supposed." He is a drunkard,'1 though he smokes more than the an$tobacqoJiist would .i()UR LATER FRANKLIN."-An exchange says : "H. G.'s. dislike for tobacco -chewers leads him to think that ho are always the spit' should be well basted. tand"which be oWns a half in a Vir baceo manufactory,dnd bn always find room in eches P9Ckets to hold a 'rake' of the profits. Too LARGE PocKETS.-U. S Commissioner Shields on the x8th listened to the case of Tile United .st.kJ vs. :Jose :lj!f!lfJY't"! and Frank Nichola. The de fendants, who are Spamards1 were arrested on a charge of se1ling unstamped cigars in Delancy Street. It is alleged against them that, they bad pockets in their coats, made for tb purp'olie, stuffed with cigars. They were held in $5oo bail each for examination. SuiCIDE OF A CIGAR MAKER.-One afternoon, last Yieek, Henry Zistch, a cigar-maker, aged 52 years was arrested for disorderly conduct in Newark, and was cone fiDea m a cell1n the city pris-on. At about 6.30 o'clock in charge heard groans in the prisoner s cell, going to the door found Zistch suspended by a to one of t4e iron bars of the door. He !ut down, but life was extinct The unfortunate had bCiillll rlrin1Ung for a week past, and when arrested was in a -&tate bordering on Insanity. f l .I TO'SACCOIN THE CONNECTICUT VALLEY.-G .. Decker, o( Sgut!t Deerfield, raised last seasoD on five and a half acrres r,6oo pounds of tobaocco, or a trifie 2,109 pounds per acre, and ha3 sold $2 436 J. W. Potter of has raised on two and threefourths acres pminds of very thin leaf, or a trifie over I,945 pMnds per acre, and has sold it for $I.33-7. This is be!Mnld to be the first or second lot sold in Franklin when the trade first started this fall. J L. Banks; of Northfield Farms, taised on exact1y' three acres 81tci3 pounds, or 2,7oi per acre. body-neither dealers, manufacturers, nor consumers-1s9 8 cases, 2 bales, 440 pgs, I box, 423 Yz boxes 32 s propnetors, 7 hhds. and S boxes-2 hhds. old Mason co. hd Adair County leaf at J8.4o 2 hhds Hancock Coun likes it, and so, little business isbeing done in the sale of boxes, 35 0 boxes, 8 kegs, :Z cases cigars, I4 bales to 2 hhds old East Va., a'.t IS.oo, 17 oo, 3 hhds. V at 1So ; I hhd :flanco:k }ugs at 6.30 ; seed leaf. This condition of affairs, will, of course, mend, lighters, consigned as _foll<:JWS: 5 boxes new We!\t Va. at 5.8o, 6.so, 7 40 7 90 8. 30 8.8o; t lud Hardm County at 7-JS, 3 hhds.laylor Coul\ and that very soon, doubtless. Reluctant as the trade Bv THE ERIE RAILROAD--Goodwin & Co., 6 hhds; Receipts for the week, 122 hhds, 33 boxes y oogs at I hhd Gra)"MA' lugs at may now be to handle this stock with freedom, it will Fielding, Gwynn & Co., Io do; J. P. Quin & Co., 3 do; aaamst 59 hhds. and 37 boxes correspondmg week last 7 I hhd Edmondson County Jugs at 6.90, 2 hhds have to be done at last, and it therefore may as well, and Pollard,. Pettus & Co., I do; Oelrichs & Co., do; y:ar Green County lugs at 6.xo, 7.00 ; I hhd M.etcalfe County doubtless will be; donrshortly. U"'ntil next Fall this is E ,... .. rtz & C d G thri & c d G B lugs at 6.6o; 24 hhds Indiana lwgs and leaf at $6@8.oo ; uumpe o., S O; u e 0 I 0 ; CLARKSVILLE, TENN., Yanua. ry ,so.-Meun. M hhds trash at "S S,..r-,.to, 3 h .... _,_ Tennessee the only alternative-this or nothing, and as every body L' ht be s de 1 hhd xo pgs ... ....., interested is aware of the fact, business on that account, tc en rg, 399 pg or r, H. & Bro., leaf. tobacco re.JHirt: Our leaf at $7.&@8; :t hhd Tennessee lugs at $6.&vii6.nn BY THE HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD-]. K. Smith & receipts anti ulea ceiiUinue to ateadJ]W" lDCreaae. Our r hhd sweep in'gs a "2.20. "'"'\!:; ,-, if no other, must ere long move with more celerity and s hhd Blakemore Mayo & Co 3 do Oelrichs & 8 vigor. on, 5 s. ., aales for the _week foo4ing up 1 7bhds .. The market Th,e :Ninth Street House sold 139 hhds.: 4 hhds. BaJ.. W t k l t k. k CoB.,YrTxHdEo.NATIONAL LINE-Pollard, Pettus & Co., 14 at h.ghcr figut"es than those ruling week lard County leal at z hhd liaftcoCk e oo occaslon as yvee m our remar son ctgars, before, and ao advance of c was made, whch .was County new leaf at II.?S, 13; 31 hhds. Hancock County to refer to the successful efforts of some cigar manufac-hhds; Fielding, Gwynn & Co., I4 do. tl 1 t t d th 1 Th r. llo taf 1 t th I' f h 8 b b t' BvlHE NEw YORK' AND NEw HA 'VEN n "ILROAD-M. p'r Y oa owar e c ose. e 0 WJ.ng quo 1005 ugs at 6 hhds. Hend1erson County old leaf at urers to 1m prove e qua Ity o t e I 70 to acco y ar t -"-A etpbnce the sales: lugs, to common leaf, $8@ 12.7 5; -4 hhds. Carroll Cownty leaf at J8-3S@I2 ; 3 ficially sweating it, and the subject seems of sufficient & E. alomon, 68 cases; Kuchler, Gail & Co., 17 do; J, to SU; leaf, 8Yz ,to 9)(; hbds. Carrol County lugs at 3 hhds. Trim importance at this Juncture to justify a second allusion S. Meyers, 8 do.; Joseph Mayer's Sons, 6 do; Geo. tq IO Ji ; fine leaf, to 1 I)( ; eelecttons, 1 1 to ble County leaf at 18. so@ I 2 ; I < o hhds. Trimble Countv to it. Fritz, 2 do j A. Barth, I do; s. Dawson, I do j J. H. .S weather continues ravorable for lugs at $6. so@8 j 2 hhds. Barren County leaf at 9"/,, It is very true, as is sometimes remarked, that what Sanders, I4 bbls. lighters. handhng m the barns, and rece1pts prom1se to. be full II; 1 hbd. Barren County lugs; at 11.4o; 4 hhds. OW nature lias slighted, man cannot make good. But it is Bv THE NEW YoRK AND NEw HAVEN STEAJI(BOAT fo'r the season in all the Weatem markets Planters ham County leaf at s7 9 o@I 75 12 hhds. Logan Coun also true that the skill of man may very frequently im-LINE-D. & A. Benrimo, 67 cases; A. L. & C. L. Holt? satifie d with pre,sent ruling figures, and rejec-ty leaf at 12 hhds.'Logan County lugs at prove what nature has let unnnished, and wehave the 25 do; Btinzl & Dorrnit2er, 28 do; E. Hoffinan, 10 do; tJons are much leu frequent than they were a month $6..6o@8.7S; 1 hhd. Breckenridge .County leaf at 10 ; 13 assurance of a manufacturer whose ability to judg_e what L. & E. Wertheimer, I04 do; Rich & Salomon, I47 aince. hhds. Count}' lugs at 9 hhda. constitutes an improvement is undoubted, that this has Havemeyer & Vigelius, ro6 do ; .M H. Levin, 43 do; EV ANSVTLLE, <:ranuary 2o.-Mr, Lee M.""' ardner, Daviess C,ounty It!af at $8.Io@Io) 20. hhds. Davi.ess been accomplished in the present instance. Like most M. Westheim & Co., 49 do; L. Hirschhorn & Co., IOI ,.. J' \3 c ty 1 t $ @ hhd Oh c 1 :af things of an experimental character, care and judgment do; Lederman Brothers, u6 do; Strohn & Reitzenstein, tobacco broker, reports as follow 's: The past three $ oun ugs a 5';15 3 s. 10 ounty e at are essential to the successful issue of efforts tore-sweat 27 do; E. Rosenwald & Brother, 25 do; Lemon & weekli of fine weather for stripping prizing tobacco 8Io@ro.2s; 4 hhds. Ohlo County lugs at l6@6.3o;. I tobacco by the process' mentioned, that i s by artificially Maudelbaum, 29 do; N. F. Ives, 25 do; Basch, Cohn has largely increased receipts on our market. All of hhd. Monroe County _leaf at I hdd. Hardin increased where these, requirements & Co., 4o do; A S. Rosenbaum & Co., 25 do; J. S. our warehouses have oeen this week, andreat _at an! met, it Has amply demonstrated, it is averred, Gassert & Brother 27 do; Chas. T'. Seymour, 2 bales, ceipts amount to x6I hhds., with sa1ea of I40 at the .I 3 1 r n un a 7 I Order, 36 cases. following quotations: factory lugs, 5-80 to 6.zs; hhd. Warren County ugs at,, jj I hhd. Grayson County that the essential attributes of good tobacco will certain-Planters' do. 6.zs to 7.zs; common leaf, 7 25 to 7 75; leaf at 8; 3 hhds. Crayson Coumty lugs at f6.3 o@7-40; ly appear in material so treated. Why may not the ex-Bv THE NEw YORK AND HARTFORD STEAMBOAT LINE medium do S.oo -to 9 _00 ., and good leaf, 9 _00 to x hhd. Shelby County lea at $7.8o; 3 hhds. Shelby Periment be generally tried ? S h & R 8 A S R b & C ty 1 t 8 @ L.hd Ow C 1 tro n eitzenstem, I cases; osen 1075; market very firm, and demand good. A no oun ugs a. PS s 7.30, 3 Ill s. en ounty .ugs Spanirh.-Spanish tobacco has been in c,orrtparatively Co. I4 do ; Joseph Mayer's Sons, I 7 do; Fox, Dills & ticeable feature in our, receipts is the very small ptoat $6.30@7 30, I hhd. old leaf at 1 hhd. Dav:tess fair demand, and 700 bales of Havana at 95c.@$r.Io Co., Io do. portion of cplory kinda, much les& tha!l I have ever County trash at, i\5.Io. h ve changed hands, P Jy to the trade and Jlartly to BY THE OLD DoMINION STEAMSHIP LINE.-Pollard, seen, nearly all" the tobacco coming in (leaf and lugs) The Planters sold n:l hhds. : 3 6 hhds. Han manufacturers. Pettus & Co., 9 hhi:ls; Blakemore, Mayo & Co., 2 -do; being green"and dark' and generally pretty good body, County at 10 at $lo@ Late advices from Havana contain nothing to warrant Chas. Luling & Co., 5 do; Oefrichs & Co., 33 do; A. D. b 'ut short .. Tohe Indiana and Green River tobacco 3 t f. u, I 24 :-. art s:untyhl:f: the idea .that prices are going to be more favorable for Chockley & Co., I do, I trc; Kremelberg & Co., 3 do, 8 have so far shown much leas color ani:J charaeter than J t/f@f SI 7@7. ; 4 hhd buyers. All accounts agree in the assumption that there do; Connolly & I do, I do; W. 0. Smith, 7 trcs.; heretofore. B eck C unty 1 sJs W s. will pe no CQncessions a a,tlle upposition is that higher S Rapp' 4 do Buchanan & Lyall 5 do De Witt & .;.. <:L rec enn ., oun u a i 3 ar-D '6 d .' Ma ti & J h cas:s. R LindLOUIS v 1LLE; Jallti(lry 17.-We report as follows : n!n, County leaf at f,8.9o@Io.so ;; 4 hhds. Warren Coun figures will be reached. On point, how there is h 0 6 d r En H 0 Bowne & Fr.ith 2 As navigation has opened, the rece ipts have largely inty lugs at $6. ICJ@6.8o; 2 hhds.. Green County leaf at room for dou6t, ana too mucli iance need not be RI'choe_., S& Boon' if:ac.e len, d4oi. oA'. S. Rose nbaum' & The bas been very stro. ng, and all $8.9o, 9> 7 hhds. Logan Cownty.leaf at $8.7o@9JO ; placed on rumors of this cha racter. C d L G' t Sd 'R be that 1s offered readily finds purchasers. Pnces are very 3 hhds. Logan County lugS' at 6 hhOr e hhds Grayson County .lea at .,7.3o@8 .6o; I hh Vla;yabout 300 boxes of common pounds for export at C ur C 0 '(, 'RO: Lorn &'co H' same time "fere I,II4 hhds., as follows : son County lugs at 6 .20; r hhd. Hardin County leaf at cents, 300 additional boxes of lQs., which reache.s;J t is llo., 7 d 0 .' F S e &w Co 8 do The Farmers' House sold 2I3 hhqs. : 39 hhds. Hart $'f.so; 6 hhds. Bardin County lugs at z hbdS. market from Boston, and a very moderate assortmenf 1 enm; g I 0 'd R .r 11 ., 1 dd. J B' County leaf, 6 at $7-30@7o, 8 at 8.8o, 5 at 9 Henry County lugs at f,6,Io, 7 .. 5o; 3 hbds. Henderson to the local _trade, are the total of o.; Co. @9.60, II at I o to IC.75, 5 at II to II.7S, I at 12.75, I trash at ,3; hhds. Indiana leaf at the dealers m manufactured tobaceo smce our prev10ua Il'b J H Th 7 S es A Seligman I at IS .2S, 1 at 19, I at 22.50; 24 hhds. Hart County $9 .2o@u.75; I hhd. Tennessee: leaf at $8. resrtze. The market is absolutely without life, and it P ox' : J J x hhds: N L Melugs, II at 6 ao@6.9o I2 at 2 to 7.9o, r at 8.8o ; 6 The Kentucky> Tobacco Asso1ciation sold 33 hhds.: 8 be ?i!ficult to do trcs _r.,o::er 2 9 do. lftds.Hen.ry County leaf at 8 so, 9. n so, x6, r6.75. 20 j hhds. Oldham County !ugs and S6.zs@II.75 j IS i"tng han 1ts present torptd aspect. If, as by B LINE :_Oelrichs & Co 1;3 hhds Henry County ugs-ro at 6 2o@6.8o, 3 at hl).ds. Henderson County leaf at f,8.95@II; I hhd. t ,he Chief of the Division1 of Bureau of W. O. Smith 1 Yz trcs, 69 }.( trcs, I 39 7 .2o to 1 .6o; 5 Henry County trash, at 6.2o@ County leaf at J9.3o; 3 hhds. Webster Coll,Ijty Revenue, m h1s statement furniShed to tpe k DuBois Jitrcs .' Brothirs, 20 cases; 6.8o; 6 hhds. CollJ!ty at I4. 75, !4, I6, leaf at J7.8o@9 ; 2 Henry County lugs at Comm1ttee of Ways and Means, a few days ago, the G' t d M t' & 2 do S B Mont17, I8.so, 17.95 4 hhds. Franklin County lugs at 6 9o @7 .6o; 2 hhds. BreeJcenridge County lugs at $6.2o, 6.30 ; consumers of tobacco have no des. ire to have the tax Rf:h1 ; & do, 7-so, 8.70 ; 3 hhds .. Davie ss County leaf at 7 4o, 2 Edmondson County lugs at $6.ro, 6.30; 3 hhds. on tobacco he, perhaps, can tell us why tbey t hary'carroll & Co do 408 do xso boxes 35 9.20, 14, IS hhds. Dav1ess County lugs I at s.8o, 1.3 reJected. do pnrchase t_obacco ,at this t!me. !ll?ch' lib8 k s ; J .. ,Ottenberg, I dase O;der, at I at 7.Io; 13 hhd s Barren County leaf at NEW ORLEANS! :Janua1J! 17.-We report fol erahty as they evmce when nothmg 11 sa1d tn or out of 7 hhds eg 6.9o@I L2SJ 7 hhds. Warren CouJ;Ity leaf. at 6.90@ lows : The market IS very qwe1 t, the sales bemg I I Congreu about lowering the tax-rate. They. may not SI FROM BALTI:>.lORE.-Kremelberg & Co. 59 ; Io Warren County leaf at 6 to 6.90; 3 hhds ., of which 4 hhds. were nev.v, the first new reported. P etition for the abolition of the tax or for its reduction hhd E B d M. F lk 6 "' H bhds. Breckenndge County leaf at 9.8o@I0.75 ; 5 hhds. Prices are biuaer about 1/ per c:ent. under advices from "' s erger, 2 0 a 2 pgs B k a C 1 6 @ 8 8 hhd s "" 72 as. h e declares ; and, as he, further states they may be. sen & Co, 5 do. rec enn ge ounty ugs at 7 o, s. Imp the and :ue firmly held. The ne":' crop is slowly wdlmg to pa_y taxes they haye the: pleasure birds. will a better tone to the market. enjoy; but to the v_ision of ordinaty mortals they .co., commiSSion merchants and dealers m leaf _tobacco, I hhd. Ada1r County at 6.40; 4 hhds. Meade PHILADELPHIA, :Janua1y 22.-E. W. :Qi&erson, for all the wotld, hke people wlw are opposed to high report: Our market for the pas! week un County le1_f .at 6 90@7, 3 hhds. Owen County leaf reporter for the Tobacc&'I'iade of Philadelphia, writes taxes when low ones mav be t-ad without detriinent to changed. There has been very httle domg, for s;mall at 8.6o to 9.6o ; 4 hhds. Owen County lugs a 6 to6.7o; that h" t e ort of market "'s l ..,:'j c T L Th N J ,.. ,. hi h 11 h' 6f th" hhd M t rr c ty I af d l t 6 6 8 "' IS una e 0 giVe us a r p m LQi WHA'I THE RIBUNE wouLD IKE.-e ew the ana who are determined to for .ege. thejr rece!pts, w c are, usua t 1s time e-year, 2 s. e ca oun e an ugs a o, .30; 2 week, but that he will include it in his next week's Ymk TriiJune is not satisfiedl with tobacco :uid cigars luxury until it is seen what virtue there is in a viuorous of little account, and hardly mduce buyers to enter tl)e hhds. Allen County leaf at 7. 7o, 9.6o; 5 hhds. Logan t H "1 tlhe om 'sed amo t of (.7 sti d d) 1 ; T f h k h ... fi r .h ty 1 f t @ hhd Lo C nt-.1 1 -IJOr e says, I glve you pr I un uome c an rmporte p1aymg near y ,.4o,ooo,ooo effort for a !flOre rate. And, in passing, how market. one o t e mar et, t oug'"', remams 1111 ;or. o....oun ea a 9.ro, 3 s. gan ugs plug ana pressed tob;acco received and said toward the support of the Government, but would like novel the idea tha't 8 ooooooof our peoole who con all descnptlons. The only sale woxthy ,of mention was at 6.8o@8.Io; 1 lihd. Larue County leaf at 7.6o; 3 h 8 fi .11. d ty th the much-abused weed to pay off the entire debt. Hear sume tQbacco paf the tax:-.orie of uo hlH;ls. Ohio, new crop, mostly interior hhds. Larue County lugs at 6.3o@6.jp; 2 hhds. Green 10 I J1(v1 z(/ ve) an, otver tmx it: "If the French Govemmemt can, as is now intimated, because ln have a luxury w .... ich 30 """000 imd descriptions, to French contractors, at County leaf and lugs at 6. so, 7 .Io ; I hhd. Allen County an. pofunl s ths,o 0 6 000 't IS aounmoudn to' ak r h I f th I f t b F h c.u ,.,..... 1 f 11 h old d d -be' bo t 8 1 6 hhd Sh lb C ty t h t -'@6 pnce 0 ess an cen s per P. 0 ...... arm. o_ut t e y o e sa e o o acco 1_n rene more 0 our people, who do not use the article can not u y ?n t e stan ar average mg a u c. ugs at ._2o _; 5 s. e y oun ras a S"'5. .20; thFee million dollars (f, 000 ooo) aid b our dollllJU()nS for thirty years too bankers who will pay off enjoy 1 1 The mspections for the week were: 77 hhds. Maryland, I hhd. bnght wrapper at 30 ; [ 1 hhd. Tennessee b h t b 3, t ]uru"f1 1 fi t fo;the t1Ml balance of the war debt, it is forlunate. The c :r th k r t r h ,, h ;', anch.9o do. Ohio-total 167 hhds. Cleared same period common leaf at 7.40; a hhds. Simpson County lugs at 1 erts .. 0 accotn ;n.o, this ill d tl.. G G 1 tgars.-n e c1gar mar e we ave not mg unusr ... 1 8 hhd v W t 1 t 6 8 6 8 1 d" 1 f t 8 8 lihd 1 di 1 as y .. ar. IS proves y pre .. us "s "' n aJDOunt st ue erman overnment 1s equa to 1 t d W t d al l'be .. 1 b f 10r Liverpoo 4 s. rrginia. e repea .. our as o, o; n 1ana ea a .20; 4 s. n ana ugs, 1 ., 1 t b 0 iJ.I'li: t The!;e faets make th'e S6oo1ooo,ooo, and,1 though the principle of farming out ua r;.cor: es ern e ers are 1 ra uyers quotations : Maryland, frosted, ; sound 6.20@7.20; rejected, 6 hhds. lS a arge Pug 0 ..;cc m e h h 'ts' monopolies-so common in the days of the Caputs-is evonte and the 18 well 6@8; good common to middling, to IO; good to' The Louisville House sold 209 hhds.: 7 hhds.Barren trade here start 0 2e.w year 1 n Ig pernicious in principle, it must be confessed that such a season and all cona,tdered. fine red, ; fancy, I4@25 ; upper country, County J'!gS afld leaf at $6 .3o@I3; 2 hhds. Tqnble :la_nu_ary 20-Mr. R. A. Mllls, pioposition as that reported to be under ton!5ideration Havana customers 7 34@ 3o; ground leaves, sYz to 9 Ohio, common to County leaf at 9.90, I3S; 3 hhds. County lugs co broker and c?mmlSSlO!\merchant, re(l(! .rts: I ?ave no l
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\ Warehoase of the Jl.e -' PALMER & SGOVILLE; I&UeBTEBS Gl' sARII& AND JOJilmRB Oll' ALL XINDII 01' No. :1.70 Wate'l' &Teet, New Yo'l'k. L. PALMER A H. SCOVILIJr, Cpnneoticut Seed-leaf Wrapper of our O'Wll paoking JOSEPH SOH moB:A:eeo, WATER B'rREEA,l, NEW YORK. LOYNAZ & CROSBY, IMPORTERS Of SAN DOMINGO TOBACCO, 52 AJ.I. .. 8'fl'Bft. I...ar&"e on Hand. AMERICAN CIGAR MOULD I!!UFACTURIIll CO.I No. 463 FiJst Ave,, IIEW YORK. Sa131lanui110tnrera in Amerioa. I TOBA.CCO LEA. F. \ 7011J:f'H W KAR'!'DI'. l"R'KD.ERICK ll. JOHMBON. BIARTXN a d'OIINSON t66. WAT-ER :B- .,._ Loo,.. w.m To o Gommission erehants. AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF ALL THE Standard Brands of Virginia and North Carolina MANUFACTURED, TOBAOOO. And SOLE .AGKNTS for Ute aale of tae following : brands or ll-. Tn01us & OLIVEB, &Del D. C. lU YO & Co., Richmond, V a. : -MANU \ MANUFACTURED Virw :BeautJon., : fe. ._,.. Kmg Bee, 12 laoh lba. II llo6. -Pride 0( the NMtou, 12 iach )lie. Olive, 4 This Reward of Industry, l:l inch lbll. Virginia's Own Pocket l>. C. lCaye's ll!e., i lbe., and 10'8 Thoman' Oollelnoya, 6a. CheHaw,Fig's. I 8MOKI"'C' Rose Twiat, 6 '" J. }{. W&ll&er'a Ex\m Br.i(hil'wlllt, Jlc._: 1 Billy Buclr. 'VIrK!nla'e Choloa. La Favorita Rolls, 6 inch. Virginia Belle. Roee. CQaa. Henry, Jr., t ineh, lipt 1 ,. ,. GraDd Duchees. .,..., -.... PERIQUE. Pure Eureka, u Oli7er'a u Old Keotuck, ..lJl styhe. oi llanulecituretl and 11-..ldllt 1'obaceo put up under apecia) bnnda for t.bf !Kilo 1111e or tbe owu.r. BENNETT'S PATENT "EUREKA" TOBACCO PIPE l'ateal4 &,..u6tll, liTO. AND 'l'bis !lOTel alld !lewly-patentod invention 1B claimed WI he tile cle'rioe for amoltillg looae Wbacco ever oll'ered WI the public. By &he l!imple arnnpment .W.wn, the lali.Ta, runninc into Ule bowl, weWDg &ho tobacco. aud 1hu1 foub11g U.. ______ whole pipe, Ia carrlecl through the under tube i.uie &he ball fl_ cllam-ber under the bowl, while the emoke, eAiooti&ed, padry and clean through &he upper etem to 1ho mouth. Thia chamber w readilr ud emptiej, lllld, being entirely aepa...W from the bowl, and having 110 communlcatton Into it, ovaporatwn { rom it into the pipe w prevented, and the wbaooU is kept tP'" or Wrappen addeosed at moderate chorges to ariy line of Trade in tbe United Stata ann Merchants, No. -.3 Beaver St., New York. Addre .. b1 POIOt, P. 0. Boll, 61 '1'1. BROS., NEW YORK. fiiCHARD .,. BOIKEN, :MI:ERSCHAU){ AND BRIARWOOD Special alientk>n paid to tbe forwardiDg o! Tobtleoo \oforelanconntn 91 CHAMBERS ST., N. Y. W:M:, AGlfEW & SOliS, Ch T s and Oommissioa Mercbimta as, i 1184 and 1186 Frot Str-te IVW.TBR -'OF A 1 NEW YOBK. r r y A :a..t.n: olf a..u.a ALL .A!ld Dealer in L&af Tobauo for Etport and BolllC lat. he "JJQ Leaf Toba.oco baled in auy pll(kaae bf h)'dnlu 189 Pearl street. ';opress for export. New York. Ceq f!!J"'f' IF ALL DCRIPT1Ditl, '"" SEG...l.B BOXES, l'anllebed ill quantiU.. to nit, 'by 218 LIIW18 STREET, N. y, SPENCJ BROTHERS & Co. llANUP'.A.CTURERS OF THE OBLBBR.A.TED And various othe,-Brands of Fine Chewing rnobacco, CINCINHATI, 0. BeingJocated at the GREAT LEAF MARKETforCUTfiNG ToBAcco, our facilities for supplying the TRADE with ALL GRADES OF FINE CuT and SMOKING are unsurpassed THE GERIAN AMERICAN BANKe "EQ.t1rr.&l3LE Llli'E" BftlailtDay, corner Cedail" Street, NtmJ YtwA a.. ..l CAP TAL. t .000.004). 0. A. 8CHUIIJ;'R1 CB8hler. aOARD OP' DIRECTORS; EIIIL SAUER, Prealdent.., JlowD, ....... Boweullroo. CIII. ,ELL M4au ......... ,,. ........ 11:. }ilj!Dne & Ql. Scbayler, Hartley&Grabam I!DW.ARDl'luDe' ................... l!Aaont!ahl.t. Co. GIUUIARD Ju"""" Jt.Dooen Scbm ldllollupt'rtl. I FRm>'IJUCX Jl.uiiiOI ..... &:naathJioebod JONAII'O:Mlt'IBOIUI ................ 801lne.born & Co. AL1Ut'a KLIN811101... KI\Iel, "'l!ngenbe!ll & C<>. D..vm !!.U..oJOoi<. }[,H. LIIVJN( JoJIZPH !IJU.JoJUN ....... J & W. Be lgmr,n& CO. J.ao L.._...... .... .. .... .. Jlutee, 81-.I>Ul' & co. \ 'btL .... ....... late of litaml&bl liner & C.. FJ. Tbe Prompt and Liberal &uJUw.lent or Loooef, wben "l"alr llld '3quare." lo the fpeclalty of thle Complll:r. BJUIBY P. FBBB:M.AN, S'lf .ASHBB YAYLO.B, Prea1e. ,.., CHAS. E. SPIER & CO., [SUCCESSORS TO H. VON HOLTEN,] IMPORT],!:RS OF GerD1aD Cisar Moulds, General Agents for the United Sta.tes aod flanada for MESSRS. QIIENBRt1CK & CO., H e melingen, Germany, and for WDWDJIIULLER .S. liiEYNEN, Zwiecbcnalul, ll, tiiOIIT 165 Water Street, S ORlllTT, R. 8TElNECKE, NEW YORK. NEW YORK. HOME LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,. No 261: BBOA.DWAY, NEW YORK. In every respeat a First-Class Institution. ASSETS, $2,800,000. AII-Proftte Divided AnnuaUy amongst the Assured. c:>PP:J:CEB.S I lr.AL'I'EK 8. G1tiFI'li'H, I'reiJdeDt. J. H. FROTINGHA.I, Treasurer. GEORGE &}. Jm.>LD, SeuetarJ .. WILLIAM I COI'Pil{, A.eA&ry. GOOD CERMAN _ACENTS WANTED. II, X. 8ALO-' 11. & E. SALOMON, L. HIRSCHORN & CO. SEG AltS, Havana Cigars, Leaf Tobacct .._ AND LIAr FOREIGN LIQUORS, No. uo WATEil STREET, No. 8G MAIDI!N LANE, NJ1W YO-.&. Near Wall StJ, NEW YORK. l------r-------' ANTONIO GONZALEZ, IIIPOR;t'ER OF G. REISMANN & GQ .. wtou HAVANA LEAF' TOBACCO -UrDDnLUSilULLIIlCDO
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' 6 Philadelphia Advertisem.enta. Stelu--, Smith B.a.. a KDacht, t 4it JlMIWM Dr ALL KI1Ulll or 0 t; LE.A..XSW TOBACCQ, AIICI or...., D_,.,.. 4n Cftlan. aas RAe STREET. PHILADB t STEWART, MARKS, RALPH & CO., llaaaloc&anu lol1d Wboluole 18. 'l'OJ14000, SNUFF, CIGARS, and SMOKERS' .ARTIOLES, "RALPH'S" SCOTCH SNUFF, st., .. hUadalphla. THE I TOBAO.OO LEA:If. Baltim.ore Advertisem.enta. Cincinnati, St. Lo'llill, and Weatern Advertiaem.enta. Hartford Advertillem.ents. RICHARD KALLAY. ,U.IIB8 )r[A.LLA.Y WM. A. BOYD, & CO., R \ WHOLIALK.DaALU8 .MA LAY & 110 I W.NUFA-cTUl\.ED AID LEAF TOBA9CQ, CIGARS, &C., I Dealers in -33 SOO".tB .'!'BEET, LE F TOBACCO, r,d. --------------------------------_ ll wxx.I$'ENs, a ao., Monum.ental Oity Toba.ooo Work-. ...... WIST PBAn STUn, ULTI.DU, D,. .......... ., SmoJdn8 and CJh8111fbaB r IIJio1Ma00011, M. FALK & GO. 143 WATER STREET NEW YORK. BD. NI&lil.A.NN. I 18 and I I '1 West Front St., Behreen Race a11d Ela, OIBOlllBA.TI. 0. "ANUFAOTURIID TOBACCOs. rq_ c .32 & M :Vaia 8\, Ohio. LQUIS STRASSER, And Commission Merchants, nm!IMr IGA-RSf No. 69 8o1d:ll Prat', Allddealerloloof, l'lag,ancfSmoldogTobao, BALTIKdRB, MD. ; 'J8 South Charles St., Baltimore, Md. ,JMJKERs' ARncus uo IJIPORTD HAVAIIA CIGAIIS, CA88tu8 'WBLLD. L. B. IlL\& Henry Besuden & Bro., C. WELLES a. CO., 0 N I DSLBEED LEAF' LEAF TO ACCO, 15,4 State Street, OOtnf, 161, 163, & 166 lea.rl8tret, 1: v.BuRBJWl & oo.; (ooiUOia or IlLII sft.D'r,) CINCINNA"'il. Krohn, & Segars and Tobacco. a. z. ;pB.&sB, -DtiL&U Iii A-o. 68 WBIJX IIOUBXH ST., CINCIN"NA.TI, O !FOB.AOCO, : Packers, CommiAidon :Merchants, and Wholesale Dealers in Porelp aDd Do:mcstic Leaf' Tobacco, ... GUSTAV 1 s .. oo .. .... -a,.. WM. waTPHAL, ......... a & :... Manufacturers Smoking -OBRIS & REID, s. a co., I '-J .& .&"-.- Aa4 Leal' !l'obllcoo, E 8 E C A R .Aa4 Dooler Ia o. 11 o.n.... Sta..t. FOREIGll 6 ooi&mo BECJAllla: E lA F T Aaol ww-lllielln .. 1 au LAF I 17 North Third Street. Philadelphia. L & CO., .... .. ... .. ............ \ BRnKERS T;EAF TOBACCO, T-0 b a 0 0 o, tli!!'!!i) .Q//Ue, .... ooLLifQB BUILDZNG, IIO. .11L1UD Street, Oineinnad, 0, 228 state St HartfOrd; Conn. A,L11MO ... lJeiiid 1 b IIIIL 11 1 78 V.!w. FELGNER, F. L. a. a NSA 00., : .... tr,OhJo. F. WANKELMAN, A L & F. ,.. ... ._.,. 111111 .._ 87 -tf1 Paean au Dealeh -'r B. BISCHOft auu 8J "" WHOLESALE DEALE'R DJU.LI!liS m LE.A.F TOB.A.0007 And Manufacturers of all Cradea of Cigars, '}Va a m. Water st., PhiladelphJa,.Pa.r "'01"" 1edolllerln raauklD4aot Connecticut Seed Leaf 08-:o!:! T 0 B A C P 0 Le::i Tcbacco, Cigars & Snuff, TOBACCO, ,. .. .offra cx .. ai;u & Commissiol). llerchants. oia-A:e.s,. ao. 11 WEft 'JIOita" IITB.E.-r, is HARKET sTRBET. 1 No. MAIJI"II'rBEEr, Cl _, o. r. lnited SGtet Booded Wlll'l!house, Collection District, i'enn .,.r Y. G. .. or.. ..-. Hartfbrd, Conn. W ....... enn A d A p :-C C 0 .J::LkN .H. Y .M..h; Y ba:<., ..... u. wmm. s .. P ou.wo.. &-_S_T_fi_O_N_C:.-. _........ .......... ... L. A C0-1881011 RCHANT, .. WRIGHT l CREIGHTON, Dealeriia -Tobaooo. -and General CommiSSlon lfemhants, AII\IAO,.... A..*._-... ......... ,.,...-.. Deliw ra l'ft 0 B A c c 0 s '!'omo .... coWnn:tnTIItftlll VlltCINIA A.D ltKNTUOitY Io. 33 Wortk Water 8t:reet, aid llo. 31 Borth Delaware Avenue, .& i -D U. .ll.lli.D\1 ""'4 TOBACCOS, r PHILAD.LPHIA, PA ........ un :IAI.JDIO LEAF !l'OB:A.CCO, No. ,63 WestFrfmCBWwt. nniiiWftld .. -:na POl. !L --L W .l)lJXJUl"" 1 0 o. ()OMIIM --E. w. l'UDDART & SOH, DOHAN & TAITT, .12 -.nd I W'i.ter St., ....... T. -,_. aAL'l'DKOIUI, ... a 4.8 "boat at..,.,.,, .. o. o.SI1711t811:dit.. "CT. l. IIIA:WQ SAlfl: & 00., ,.a-o iid Gpral Com. llerdluts. Tobacco Commission Merchaot& ____;.--------::-J l'. ............ ..-. il. ...-.i. a-Ienton Tobaceo Wareh&u.le. J, A. r. 6l & R. A. CHAPMAN, 107 AtWH 8'1'BEET, erg PfllunELPRIA. 'onunissim Jlatjants, ; ,.PHJI-ADELP KIA. ........ ........... .. i6.--lilillll. ........... .... ... .. JULUa .. Snnff anlf etorers, lnlern'l Rerenue llot!dedWarebouse Kd. Be Ohio Leaf; No. St., TOBACCO ). Jill. 1. McD0WLL & co., -COMMISSION MERCHANTS, n7 W. Lombard St., Baltimore. lL W G T 0 b a 0 0 a ECK ._ HAYEN. mroarEU eP srAnsa Toncto, ,...:.. ..... u. i.eni ............ "Commission M ercbant, No. 111.Amh St., Pblladelpbia. General Comnutslon Merchants, ........... Dl ADd TOBAOOO Jr LV'I'O:il. No. 39 North Water St., 'It ,..,.. Tti"tl tf".{;.ti"tl \ No. OO Lombard st.. /(} liM!J .flJ.J. .. ....7 ---------.-_....-. Vll!l>a..,.-.'M JU. eYe m-pe -{/{/. ()U/l{){Vrfh8, L. HERBERT, No.6()8Q.UTHG.A.Y}!TBEB7! made oa .-nJ -MOINE. MD. -P. tllinBUGT. ...Jipdwfli uL.!fea:/ _!!Iolwcca and in #itJ.a.tA, ..}ta.. JIJJ ..}t&ih..llUa.fd 9floeet, JJ11filadelft.hia-LE Deale< In I PHILADELPHIA. II'UN S. J. l.IOlmE, -W. .Eisen.lohr & Oo., rOB-ACCO Dlerchan PACKERS &-DI!"Ati!Jt.,...IN I LB.4'P 'Z'OBACJO I 117 So. Water Street, PHILADELPHIA. l&_.o;p; StBRoEDR 'G. KERCKHOFF & -CO.,' ._.. -' .. _,_ 1Vboleeale Deelere !11 or-mtvoa-IURI, m :Leaf and Manufactured CO H. D l[Af TOBACCO, Tobacco and 4 9 &wth Cha1-les street, Ia. ar Embange 1'laoe; :s RICIR H & LOUtS & t.:U., 'ouunisston Lea Toba.cco Fa.ctors lll&nutactun.n of Beot Grodeo of PL"t:G AND :E'IN E CUT rue, 218 aa.-.. -... GREENUP STREET, 15, 17 and. 19 West 7th Street, Co co.vzNeroK. x'r. vington, Xy. tfletroit Novelty WorkS; DETBO:lTa MJ:CIB.o ---TOBACCO KNJ ES "THE VERY BEST." Connecticut Seed Leaf T ubacco. EAST HARTFORD: I COJtftECTICUT. J ; G. W. GRAVES, ... _Ill Connecticut Seed-Lea.f c co t H. SIIITH .a; 00., I Cormnis.siim llnrchantx and J nbbers .. COIIII.OTIOUT LKAP TotiAc;co 20 HIUII.pllea street, Rrno.6.1.a Ebura., ) i.,.Bwau.. Loui.s'rille Advertiaem.ente. t 1 .,. G. W. WI C K S & .C.O., 107 North Water1tl'eet, C't-tu PHILADE" Leaf Tobacco, H. SCHMIDT, I. !NATHAN & CO., 88" BXCHztN6 P,LACE, RllttlmaN. lf !LL & BELV'JN Yutiilleiimra ot all k!JJ4a of PLUG AND SMOKING H.tnllfoe t lll'era Ageata for tile sale of Vlralnla, and ltentuokr WHOLBII.ALB DB.U.111!5 IN LEAF TOB.Acco, AND SEGAB.S .. NOBTB TIIUlD ST. P.u;_ILA.DELPIIiiA. PA.. J. COSTAS, DU'OBTEROF HAY ANA and Y ARA TOBACOO, 1M :). DELAWARE, A VENUE, Philadelphia. A. H. THEOBALD, llutr.&CTtJ ... oP ..u.r.. :uJJS .. SPANISH AND DO.Illll8TIC tear LtcWiDI rtlbacoo, SBDn", M"1'8Chaum and Brier Plpee; _., fhlrllu4 Jill., Phfla4elpbia. HJ:A :INSP_EOTJ:ON".EED LEAF TOBA.dco. D. W. DJOBIIBRON, IHPBOTOll PO& 'ID toBACCO BILADELPHIA OJ'.I'JCK..AT Also foll. 1111011 ot Sepra, Manlllllclured &ad Smoking Tobacco No. o8l South &cond I BALTIMOR.. ______ P, A. ALB&ECOIT, R. A. MTIJ.S, ALBRECHT & SCHRODER, TOBACCO BROKER WHOI.ESAI.E DEAI.ERS Dl BAV.&:NA "' Geaeral Com.miuion Dlerebaat, .t.WD LEWIS BREMER'S SONS, in Exchange, Shockoe Slip, Scad"Leai"Tobacca, .PHILAOEI.PMIA. 1 Wboleale BIOIDrlOND, VA. 62 South Calvert, st., Baltimore, Md. "LEAF" I .t.JO> MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, No. 322 Nortll Third Street, J"JIUoAl)12LPJU.A. A large 411110rtment of all kinds of Le Tobacco __ constantly on band. rtJLEOO TOBACCO .WORKS. I a. 00., Tobacco Snuff and mGHI.ANDER 'fOBAVUU VIBW or TBB .HIGIILAliDBB TOBACCO WOBU. L. L. ARMISTEAD, Proprietor, Lynchburg, Va. Tbt b!g1i(r -ular brlmda u:e llonufactnrod t these Worta and paeli:ed !D. the moat approv eeale:rs in LEAF and 'Mlcnufactnrds of P L U 0 T 0 B A C C 0, lVALTE;:s fine Cut JCbewiQg .&NDI.LL)[tliJ> r VA. ) QJBAcr"Q ... """' 8oUctt .,.,. at tbe Faciroajrb a. Sono. L II JllaD_,....ao..,-, I lith FraJted Tob&cro 231 Fifth Ave.., Pittsburg, Pi! TOBACCOS, 85 East South Street, INDIANAP-OLIS, Ind I Aloo De&len Ia LEAF TOBACCO & CIGARS, 102 MAIN STBEET, (Betweea _.,. GBO. w WrCl
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. .. .,THE TOBACCO LEAF. 7 6.75; new compon leaf, $6.iS@7-50; new medium, J8.oo total, 75 hhda. stock to-day. hhda. bay ; I3o' do. Mr. D 0 Salmon, of then made some in. Ne-w York Statistics. IMPOR'l;_AN'!' TO THE HoLDERS _oF MUTILATED ..-00; .new good do, $J;o.oo@n.oo. Little good old Ohio; 418 do. scrubs; 4Zl do Maryland ; 5r3 do. Virteresting statements regarding the general unanimity of For convenience cf referenc1 we here group the more cv.-;-On and after the first pro;umo defaced or.mutilated or new bright offering. gi nia; r ,876 do. Kentucky; and 867 ao stems. the fine-cut manufacturers of the State, with many of important statU,tics of the tobacco trade of New York States notes and fractional currency,. of FOREIGN. LONDON, J'anuary4.-Messrs.Grant,Chambers & whom he had had int e rviews, on the subject of there-for the year I87I, as shown in the annu:il statements bemg as !low, only by yrutep. Sta ANTWERP, J'anuary 4 ...,-Mr. Victor Forge, importer Co., report as follows : The market for North Amer-duction of the tax-rate to I6c. uniform. The Petitions recently published. in THE sul_>)<:,Ct t.9 diScount mutllatton, will !>P reofleaf tobacco, reports: During the year I87 I the market lean tobal:c:o bas this week exhibited rather plOre an-were being sent forwa d to Washington-mit twenty feet Including Virginia, Ohio, and Maryland, d_eeme? at thetr full face value m ?ew notes or currency has been very changeable; the year opened with a large imation, and our manufactories. have shown more inlong beiRg reported to have gone from Rochester and the quantity ,of We!ltern and Southern tobacco in the by Treasurer,: sev.eral treasurers, and demand for common grades, owing to 'the smuggling on cliuation to take western strips of good to fine quality vicinity. He had also receiveo letters from different New York and Brooldyn I11Spection Warehouses on Janof Umted and all n=!'. the French frontier, which the treaty of peace suddenly at current rates, and several parcels have changed Congressmen representing the interior of the State, and u:ur I, t,87I, was I6;4 88 hogsheads. The receipts from bona! depos1tones, an4 will be recelVed at put an end to, and manufacturers having a large assort-hands. There has al&O been enquiry for Westhey had all promised to work heartily ana earnestly for I, I87I, to January I, I872, were 97 6 hogsfull face v_alhe py all officers of the fk ment of goods were not at all inclined to tern leaf, althouan the aales effected have been of tr'i the reduction. The trade at the West, said the speaker, .heads, dte sales 53.0,-hhds, arid the 82,313 ih. payml!nt ,of purrency dues to the increase their stock of raw material, besides the high rulffing impertance. Virginia strips and leaf of rich expects our cooperation and will act< with us in the pre: hhas The stock o ha d on January 1, I872 was u,-States, pr that tnree-fifths of. the hi h 1 bea_vy character is in de-and and fill prlc6S 're at-sent struggle. h. sh n n proportion of the notes are presented 1n one plece.mg pnces w c a ways prevent acttve busmess This S N' ks f lm' "-'59 og eads dullness of trade continued until the month of May, when tainable. Maryland and Ohio of g9od light colo is in enator IC 0 E Ira, N. Y., said that if the plug Th ' Fragments less than five-eighths will be redeemed only th f fin d d I h s request, and such as is in good dry condition brings remen would work in good faith for a uniform rate of sixteen e Ofthsee<;llleafd hanhd 1 I!F, was by the Treasurer of the United States. If more than e news o e crops an ec mmg pnces m t e tates, . cents he would work with them bein so led d al 95,000 e sa es unng t e year were 57,ooo ca -1f influenced our market and prices went down very rapidly. munerahve rates. In Cavend111h there ts but h 'h 11 d '' g B P if te 1 -ses, ana the exports 3 ,055 cases. On hand 1 nuary 1 one -ha and less than is presented, half o However, May and June passed without any large sales jn_;; good, aeecriptions arc firmly held. t Y opphose t? umtrhmttyN. lJ.t1 Ct e Pug IS72, 35,000 cases. the face value will be paid. Less than half -a note will being made, as holders were not willing to sell at a great a 1 d e e h Of Spanish tabacc.o there were I81854 bales qn hand be redeemed only on affidavit that the missing loss and manufactuiers and dealers were :waiting for THE :FOlt SI.XTEEN his bu: :n in on January 1, I87_r. _The receipts for the year were 75.has been totally destroyed. Under the new tules any receipts which would bring lower prices, but in July and present rate. 982 bales, the dehvenes 82,044 bales. .J I, 1872, person, firm, bank, corporation, or public officer, will be August the advices of advancing rates in America gave CENTS.. After some desultory discussion on this point it was there wer!! on hand, 12,792 'bales; distributed as fol-permitted to forn'ard five dollars and upwar!i in fracsome impulse to the speculative demand, and shi.ce then moved that the action of the Committee which' visited lows: Havana, I 1,97 3 bales; Cl:lba, 4I9 bales; Yara, tiona! currency, and fifty dollars and' upward in legal the quotatialebs olf a m I87 I reached S1,ooo tel\der notes, redemption to the treasurer,by express, the end of the year a diffierence of r;, 5 t '*'- -c -& Til ,__ .... a s aga es at the t;xpense of the department, under the government 20 '&> 2 per cen -J8 -u .. eaas OIDuuUee-e IDA ...,nesNational Convention, be "approved and confirmed ." 0 J ms 42'0008 a tlhn 1 7o.uf: t d b h Ad C between the lo est pricj:s paid. in May and the present tloo-BoneetWarehon.ses-The Ad Carried n anuary 1, I 71, e ac 1,1re to acco on confrad wtt ams' Express ompany. HeretOfore quotations, espe,ciilllY for low grades: better qualities ,Joa'rlled. "" Mr. Edmonston moved that Mr. S,.lmon act as the hand to 29,ooo packages. The receipts for nothing less than $500 wa's entitled tb transportation at were by the rise in mtes. Concerning A d th 1 t fT L I C -rr : the year were 242 ooo packag s the 147 000 pk= ex.\'ense. A circular, embOdying these. the p,f sedson, it be veryilesir. s announce m e as rssue o H_E EAF, t 1e 9m-representative of the Associatidn a Washington during d th ts k 1h t k h d J is now in the treasUier's bl th ,.. ld l h d.d mlttee of Ways and Means gave audience on the l8th the ,consideration of the tobacco question by Cono-ress an e8expor .37!oodo p gs. ke. soc on. an anu-The offi.cers of the treasury are determine(! to remnve all a e at pnces s.,.ou open ower than t ey 1 last inst. to renresentatives of the Tobacco trade on the d "" 'ts :h h C -"' ary r, I 72, compnse 37,000 pac ages """ Year, -n..r such pn .... ad\ed to a hl.gh rate of exchang", cr an penumg 1 action, m conJunction wtt t e ommtt. cause for complaint, con_cerning the cond,'tion -;_f the .o,..... a questions now at the p d t M D 'd K prowicz & Son, No. 299 State Street. -_. Maryland an Ohio. The o.ttw"!r on. sists of 656 hhds. 6 m v ,. reSl en r avl currency .. tobapco interests of that State, said the manufacturers C bell be add d t th r-'tt G d Y entucky, 33 do. Virgt.nia, "'..hl1ds: stems. The quotaamp e o e .... ommt ee-. arrte NOR EDITORIALS ... were doing very little business, use an impression Mr E A McAlpin who had acted as te tions are as follows: KentuCky-low and common lugs, d ..,.. mporary ex1ste that there would be a change in the law, and Secretary was the diose to tl fill th t ,.ood lugs, :z8 !9 leafi, 3I liA. 4c .good this d n n permanen I a 1 ""' o.:::r '{ rna e tPeni cautious. The bulk of the robllc.co is in position CHEWING THE GIRL vou LoVE.-A Kentucky girl ea, 37 @ 41; Virginia-low and common lugs, 2I@ warehouse..or factory. He should like o have a declaAf d .2.4 / good lugs, 27,/ .... 30 low Jeaf., 31 r;:,. 33 good ter tppomtmg the Prest ent and Secretary and says when she dies she desires to havt! tobacco planted 72 72 '=' '=' ration made at an early i:iay. as to what would be done Messrs u H McAlpin Charles Siedler 'And Joh F over her' grave that the weed nourished hy her dust leaf, 34@ 36. in t e ay of lomlation, o hat nothing tall would be n _), Mr. Fredk. E. Toewater's Annual Review, sa""-: Ant Flagg a Exec bve oll\lllittee, the meeting adjourn109. ay lie by er bereaved lovers. There is po. ..,.., don.e, that all partie might ha.ve Jlome,..degree..of seetry in the idea. THE HARTFORD "TIMES, ON THE NEW CONNECTIthat "There. is a lively movelllent among tlie buyers ana sellers of Connecticu \ seedleaf, of the crop of '7 I, caused chiefly by :i well-arranged and vigorous plan on the part of leading New York who have placed their agents in the field, well )ll'Oviiled with money and unlimited authority to draw at sight. It other year havmg closed, I beg leave to present my curity their business understandinglt. In A 8ixteen-:eo& Bill lntrod.neetl iD .ftiends its prominent in this matket: great reply to a que'st1"on why they d1'd not m_...u"acture or ex0 h d h H f R fl au n t e 22 mst. m t e ouse o epresentatlves, uctuattons m pnces have taken place during the past port duty, : he sa1 d some In R 1'chmond and Petersburg M p fv d d b.ll bli h. h d ch d' r. orter, o rrgm1a, mtro uce a 1 esta s mg t e year an mq rsappointment has been experienced by are engaged floing po exclusively, but those who manutax on all descnptions of manuufactred tobacco at the those who in of an over-estimated crop in facture for home-consumption are afraid the tobacco is unifor,m -rate o sixteen cents per pound, and asked the United States, had calculated on a serious and conshipped from or Joreio-n mar'e<> through New 1e to h t M D f d d f -.. 1\! ..., av.e ave 1 put upon 1ts pasSage. r. awes, o tmue re uctton o prtces. We commenced the year NewYork, Massachusetts, objected, and the bill was referred to r87 I with a small stock, composed of 359 hhds. Kentucky therefo':_l{, has t advanta: 'Of Richmond, the former the Committee on Ways and Means. A ToBAccoDEALERPROMOTED.-Wenotice,withpleas has stirred up a lively little breeze throughout the val' ure, that the good people of Brooklyn have done credit ley. Our Hartford houses find they have got fo be stir to their intelligence, by placing Mr. Schroeder, of the to secure what is left; for most of the crop has firm of Schroder & Bon, I78 Water Street, this city, in already been bought up. Two agents in Wether ld the Comptroller's chair. Those wl1o know Mr. Schroder have just purchases amounting to upward of make no dpul>t tliat he will perform the duties of the of$4o,ooo; and others in towns above the city are busy fice in the unexceptionable manner. buying. prices paid are: Best wrappers, 4S to' SOC; and 35 hhds Virginia, in importers' hands, at closing possessmg large ecuniary which enable the This, of course, is but a Congressional "straw," but it prices of tne year pr, evious: say for Factory and commo111 -'-' er4 to h ._.._.,_:ir "actor 1'es and t h h' h th d bl ----good to farr wrappers, 30 to 40; medium 2:t FouR-INSPECTOJt POWER,_,.says the Paducah Kento 28; seconds, 10 to IS; fillers, 5 Messrs Teller or tuckian of the 13th inst.: "Mr. Ellington, of Canton, Philadelphia, and HUbbard of Bloomfield have been sold a hogshead of tobacco at the Lynn Boyd Warehouse targe buyers in Windsor. Several New York purchasers yesterday, which weighed twenty-five hundred pounds. have also been here the past few days. One firm It brought upwards of $9 per When broken in New Yoljc is cases: fiqp JW,never took the united efforts of foUI topacco inspectors to draw before pur haseCI here. Best (I'VeU out a sample, and they all sweated powerfully over it. 1t sorted, have sold at 45 ana so cents. 11ie Wethersfield was pri2ed with a pressure of two thousand tuns, more agents, who bought at somewhat lower rates, have pretty or less, to the square inch, and number one judges proeffectually cleancil out the market iu that town.-!rom nounce it an excellent article of manufactured tobacco." well vicinity'; mostly at 30 to 35 cents. .,...... u .,. we .... r goes o s ow w 1c way e wm ows. Planters' lugs, Kentucky, from 24 to 25 ; for y the .111111: ets. T se Wll.om he r presented lugs, from :as -to :a6; for common leaf, from 27. to :18: d Congr uniform x f n nts on tO: for fair and fine, from 28_% to so; and for selections, bacco, and the principal reason for this was that it would frcm 21 to 35 per ko. Virginia lugs failed, better give tje ::r.even here!l>f<>{e claimed from descriptions low !eat alld finer" g,ualll:ies, selling from 26 and was the only rate of tax t'hat would give satisfacto 36 ko., according to q11ality. ;h fir n4 .re t ..a ecrmanew em t .tpe questwo months of th.e year prices were in tiQI!. \ K t e t,!Urty cent,Bi lr 1tltl tained, but after the conoluston of peace between Gerthe lower grades o manufacture Carroll, of many and France, the demand, for the theater of war New York, in ex,Planation of one of the branches of the having ceased, prices gradually drooped-buyers heic( e reasOns hy man ctured off, and were looking for lower prices in the united in tilll.n the u '!' l'th wer e, States. Prices paid on the other side of the tic the.ftteapel' prlce of sugar, I'abor, .and less keeping up pretty steadily, .till the latte part of Match, restrictions on manufacture and transportation. Mr. J our prices at first could not decline heavily; however, D Evans, of New Xork, representing the New York To April, it was impossible to realize,_ at a f7bacco .Bo;u;jl_of :rrade, sai d were in favor of bonded ducbon of about 1 cts. from figures pa1d m February. ware'houses, which 'they at least thought wo11ld do no In the latter part of April, and during May, th.e n;.rm, but they were of mmense--be fit to them of new tobacco from the United States were muc heav-and the GoVernment There were bcfuded ware ier than at a corresponding period of former years, and houxs; five of them in New York, two in Phjladelphia, sales being for.ced on the market, while advices were reone in Oregon, one in California, one .in Boston, two in ceived of a great decline on the American markets, one in New Orleans, and one in Mobile. prices obtained here sl)owed also a heavy and greater Many dealers ib. the South, were no able to 'carry the decline than generally anticipated. Toward June, Fac-amount of stock unmanufactured in the summer an d tory Kentucky lugs were selling from to 2oc; Planters' hence the necessity of bonded warehouses. The _lugs, from 20 to 2 l rommon leaf, from 2 2 to 24c; fair facturers to apply to capitalists for assistance No and fine, from 24 to 27c; and selections, from 28 to 34 money can be. advanced by the latter unless the tobacco cts. Virginia primings were selling from 18 to 20 cts ; is in their possession, and they can control it. New common Planters' lugs, from 2 I to 2.2 j -to fair york exports from six to cright million pounds of pressed leaf, from 23 to 29; and selections, from 3o--to 34c tobacco alll}u llx. Tht oard of 'Fni: wanted Copko. These prices were the owest-of the season Notgress to place them on t 1e same platfurft. tha't Secre these low prices, dealers and manufacturers tary Boutwell does the merchants of other commodities, showed httle confidence, and bought only or the customs. They claimed the same privilege as Meanwhile, advices from America stated that the quando t'he importers, of having the benefit of the bonded tity of the Western crop of 187o fell out much shorter warehouses for three years. Mr. Evans did not think first estimates, while t the me time, fears enter-that there l1ad been fraud in a sing le instance as to tained Tor a growing crop pecame a reality in these bondeq warehouses. If, there..Md been any loss, the course of summer. continual advance in prices it '"resulted from having several grades of taxes. Mr. which now followed in tiie American markets ha a co{said his side o( the question had peen take by responding, though smaller effect dn the mar&ets f()f surprrse, not expecting the subject of bonde wareb uses ,Europe; fr9m the middle of July our prices w t slo ly would come up to-day. lle des.lted a tinUflfO of upward, andlcep improving fill t e lose of November. the hearing. After some conversation, it was agreed The ear\y heavy Jrost in December put a stop to any im by the committee that there should be a postponement portant transactions, but prices were firmly maintained, until next morning, when of all as follows : for Factory Kentucky lugs, from 24 to 2 sc; of tobacco manufacture are expected to be heard. Plaoters' from 2 5 to z7c; common lea( from 27 Mr. Carroll said he would present the argument of the to 29c ; fall' an fine, from 30 to 330; and seleCtions from commission of merchants 1 in the form of a bill Chris35 to 4oc per ko. Virginia 'primings and very common tian Piper, of St. Louis, a laFge portion of lugs, from to I'l:anters' lugs, from 24 to :z7c; the Western manufactuiers, will oppose the ware common (air leaf, from 28 to 33c ; and selections, from house system as applicable to home consumption, apart 34 to 4oc per ko. These also are closing prices for from the purpose of exportation." the year,'and although after navigation being reopened The Tribune sums up the interview some -what differ-these days, the demand was yet of little importance, it ently : seems probable these figures will be fully maintained for "The tobacco manufacturers had a hearing, this mornsome time to con'l.e. Future prices will depend a great ing, before the Ways and Means Committee. They deal on those to be paid in tine United States for the new opposed the bill of Mr. Hay, to abolish bonded ware Grop. The European tobacco crops of r871 gave a sathouses for the storage of manufactured tobacco and isfactory result. The crop of Belgium is of an average snuff, and favored the continuance of the present system. quantity and of very good quality; much has been sold They advocated the recommemdation of the Tobacco at high prices The crop of is pretty large in Convention lately held here, that the tax on all descrip quantity and of fine quality. The Palatina (Gertions of tobacco be fixed at I6 cents per pound. The man crop) has well quantity will be present tax is 32 cents on chewing tobacco, and I6 on ab$>ut an a._'verage a,nd. h is very good-prices smoking tobacco made of stems. The Commissioner of however, are high, and consequently this crop will be of Internal has recommended a uniform rate of little use for cutting purposes: The crop in Hungary is 24 cents, to which the makers of smoking tobacco object. repo_rted as an average in quantity, and of better They urge that to increase the duty would induce many quality for smoking tobacco. than last year's, but the people to use the unprepared leaf for smoking, and quantity allowed fw; expprt w1ll.be than the year would deprive the Government of a considerable part of These suhstitptes for the American article are the tax. The hearing will be continued next Tuesday. agam used by bur manufacturers, .and as usual, The Committee are favorably impressed with a proposi when pnces are up to the present point, will check probtion made by a gentleman from St. Louis, that every ably to a -great extent a .fUither advance in prices. It is plug of tobacco should be wrapped in paper bearing a also to be kept in consideration that stocks in Englan stamp, as packages of smoking tobac o now are. At are much larger than a year ago-the English markets present the box containing the plugs 1s stamped, are well stocked, and may affor d perhaps, for oUI counfraud is peti>etrated to a. great extent by 'the dea le rs in tty, better for grades of than the vicini!Y 9f factories filling pp their boX'es, when nearly m1ght .be obtamed m Amenca at present quotations. empty, wtth tobacco bouglit covertly at tlie fa to 'e importations from the United States to our port which has never paid the tax. I f each, piu cons1sted of 6,534 hhds 73I hhds Virginia, stamped every consumer would be a witness to detect and 35 hhds .Mason Co11nty-Total, ; 3oo hhds. Indi-fraud. The manufacturers naturally oppose this change." rect from Eurojpean ports consisted of about d ., t"--.,.._,.. 1 .... _..._,.__ .. iati 6oc;j Ja&r.-To ... hhd St k D uaee lllr oa ""'""-ona ..... oo at J, s. oc ecemtile Astor BoP!Ie-A Plan f'or the Washin.rtber JISt, m an 656 hhds Kentucky, and Campat.ra-DelePtes to Represent the Assoeta-1 31'7 hhds Vrr&llllA-l'P I, 97 3 hhds. These figures show don bef'ore Ceqress Appointed on Dem-d a large increase in ur arrivals, and some increase of or a Sixteen Cent Tax-Rate General. stock at the close of the year: Decemb.er 31, I86o, Agreeably to a call, the Fine-Cut Assoc' tion. 6r,486 hhds.; do. dq. I86x, 67,433 hhds.; do. (,io. x862, (late State) held its. first meetmg since reorgallizing at -do .do. 1863, s8,o.s6 hhds.; Cio. do. I864, the Astor House on the 17th inst., Presidenf Campbell, 59,412 hhds.; do. do; 1865, 66,794 hhds.; ct.. 1866, of Newark, N.J., in the chair. After a few remarks by 58,953 hhds. ; do. do. I867, 53,638 hhds.j Cio,,do. 1861, the chairmali, the minutes of the last meeting were read, 48,912 hhds.; do. do. x869, 47,500 hhds.; do. 1870, containing the platform of the Aswc_iatioi)J a!re.aM pub39t9SI hls.; do. do. .J87I. s7.i89 hhd's. lished in THE LBA.F. BREMEN, :fatlua'Y S'-Our special corrrspondent Mr. David H. McAlpin then stated the result of the writes as follows : COnfirming my last report of the mission to Washington of the Committee which had been z9th l!lt., the new year so far has been rather favor-appointed to take part in 'the proceedings of the Nationable, respecting the tobacco market, which continues a! Convention and represent the Association. He in a good position. The lower grades of all kinds claimed that the instructions of the Association 11a:a been have been especially looked for; prices are showing fully carried out and that the Committee had succeeded an upward tendency. The sales cflccted are as in carrying all their important points. Mr. McAlpin then follows: Kentucky, 47 a.t 10 grts.; 37 at9; 50 dwelt at length on the of the Convention in at 10; total, 134 hhds. V1rgm1a-41 hhds. were diX to the tax questiOn, whtch we hav, e already posed of at about 8 grts. Ohio, 41 l1hds. at II !i{ grta, gtven. on private terms; total, 66 hhds. Scrubs--so Letters were read from Messrs. P. Lorrillard & Co., hhds., at 9* grts.; zs at 20 at 8}.(; total, 95 and B. Payne, of Albany, regreting that other engagehhds. to arrive, 25 hhds. at 10% &1ts. and so at 9t! ; ments prevented their attending the meeting Aetl-of' the National A880Cliatlon. The special Executive Committee of the National To bacco Associa*ion met at the office of the Vice Presi dent, 170 Water Street, on Wednesday last, : to consider matten connected with the interview appointed for tes terday with the Ways and Means at Washington. etters received at the meeting from members of the Executive Committees in various parts of the country, expressive of a detennination on the part of the wri ers to be at the interview, and it was expected a fuil delegation of the trade would assemble at the capital for that purpose. VIRGINIA LEAF CoMING FoRWAJ!,D.-'{he Daoville (Va.) Register of the 3d inst ., says : 1'he warm rains of fue past few days have brought the tobacco in the barns in handling order, and we expect large receipts at the Warepo!!ses for a few weeks to Gro'tlllrtih..of Tobaooo iD. Ir&land. come. We in J?ind that the receipts THE London Standard has the following remarks upon were comparatively light; scarcely any commg m durmg this subject: the holidays, and conc1ude .that very little impression "tfl the Parliamentary session of I87o the Right Hon bee!l made on the crop of I87 I., The great bulk of F1tzstephen French addressed a very plain and distinct t IS yet m the hands of the planters. question to the Chaacellor of the Exchequer-namely, Whether he would consent, on any terms, to permit the THE cultiyation of tobacco ,in Ireland? The reply was equal-and very sohd held an elecqon fo_r ly distinct It consists of an emphatic 'No.' The Fiofficers on the mst., at whtch the old. Board of Dtnand: Minister might have remarked on the facility which was chosen one exceptto.n, Mr. Farl_l a to cultivate the narcotic herb would afford ct Mo.ran bemg m p1ace of MI. R1bpn. Th1s to thl! evasion of the duty by those who would grow it to bank JS largely patromzed by the .obacco ttade, and a ve-gy sm,aU extent and to the difficulty of ascertaining seems to such patronage by a careful, and, at the value collecting the tax OI). numerous and sepc;rate the sa_ me .trme, liberal ;Although of recent He might have j.ntiinated, an intention to take orgamzatlon, the ts of_ into on ider a tion the practicability of a llowing the tilprosperous o1:1r c1ty and at a penod distmgursh lage to be pursued under stringent Excise regulations, e_d fin.anc1al challenge the closest scru suc as notice the intention to full spec'fication of tmy mto lts affarrs. lace, and, the exact measure_.mant of the space in-WH.AT DETROIT DID LAST The following is a tend d to be. cto the crop. fu might have statement, of the tobacco tax paid by the manufacturers insisted that not less than an acre, or even two, should of Detroit, for the year ending Dec. 31, I871. be pla,nt ed. As the use of small stills is proHibited in -L Lh ()d f NAND. SMOKING,-,,.,..,_ .., t e P,r uctlon o spmts, so mere plots of tobacco might John J.lBa,tey & SIJ,6S 6z8,8oo 6 reas1nably be declared objectionable for fiscal reasons. Scotten, Lovett & ca. 32.,34o 447,6oo TOTAl.. $:>64,952 70 175.405 40 162.,270 00 But ihe subjeat 'Was one which it seeJUS could not even K C Barker & Ca. 37 ,,89:t :t7o,40o 64:o,292 be considered by a member of that Cabinet the leader of Nevin & Mills, s96 .. :t6 :t92,363 5U,419 14' 45 11...,4 !0:0,921 36 which reverts with pride to his identification with the G B Litchenberg; 3o9,o67 97.57' 406,638 opinions of Cobden, and his determination to adhere to McBride & Co., :>f4.SSJ 1,54,"'3 398,73of. th 1 t Mowry k Co., :>JO,SS3 lJI,950 369 e prmc1p es o free trade. It is ubnecessary to remina Walker,McGraw &; Co., ra6,8n ao6,aoo us;977 98.9 04 54,:>16 So 8o 6o .s+S 40 14,508 So our readers thai: there is no commodity of greater or Eccard & Son, 65,199 ,930 zs9,n9 more general cqnsumption than tobacco. It is the J.Brown & Co., S7,of.9., IIJ,884 :oor,376 material on which a considerable portion of the national M. Rooenfield, p,67:t Jl,lc 65,41:t 1 d It 'th A h Jebcll & Co., io,695 6cp.S6 79 981 1s ev1e ntrean strengt against Hanna & Co. ,3 3 ,0 J:t,6h. 45;99 .. e taxes w_ LC lll every European governGeo.L"Hommecjieu, +J,J5 6 43,356 9 40 +S.sn ment are 1mposed on tts manufacture or sale. Still it -----continues to be grown extensively, not only in Virginia Total :o7sl,456 ... 579,589 5,338,o45 $1,:t99,6o 92 and Maryland, and in the cigar-famed Cuba; but also in every Continental country of Europe. Its cultivation is pursued in the southern provinces of Russia, and in the northern parts of France. In all these countries it is made heavily subsidiary to the public revenue, but in none has its cultivation been prohibited. That course has been reserved for the government of an empire which professed the greatest anxiety to divest commerce and industry of all the trammels imposed by protective jealousy ; but which, while it receives and heavily taxes the producti ol\ of a foreign soil, announces to 1ts own subjects that they shall not on any terms engage in the agricultural speculation of producing the same art icle. Some strong, although tacit, commentaries on this ex ceptional departure from the boasted principles of free trade, are to be seen very frequently in the British metropolis. Horticulture has latterly become, not mere ly a fashion, but a passion among the Londoners Win dows and areas are made redolent with blooming flowers; balconies are not likely to be left with naked rails, and every litttle space is made subservient to the taste; At most '6f the suburban railway sta tions shrubs and flowers greet the passengers' view, and among them are numbers of tall and vigorous plants, now in full florescence, their broad and luxuriant foliage subnounted by bunches of scarlet blossoms In the gardens of Clement's-inn these plants appear abundantly, and excite the admiration of crowds, to whom their nature and name are unknown. But it is at the South Kensington International Exhibition that the assuine in the enclosure before the Care Francais, almost monopoly. There a large circular bed is allotted to them, an!l they certainly Nstify the expectation of those who placed them there for high ornamental effect They prove, by their vigorous growth and abundant blossoms,-the suitable -nature soil and climate for theiq productiol\, but it is only in an ornarr ental capacity. tha.t they A free-tradt Ministry pre scnqe the1r cultivation by the enterprise and intelligence of those who would apply their land to competipg with the foreigner. Tli.e plants -to which we ,allude are the Virginian .tobacco, the same kind as about, forty years ago constituted a ve1y profitable cultivation in Wexford Meath, and some other parts of Ireland, until legislative rule decreed its prohibition.'' STRIKE OF TOBACCO-PIPE MAKERS IN SCOTLAND.The tobacco -pipe makers of Edinburgh and Leith were re cently waited upon by a deputation from the employes to request them to make an advance ef 18 per cent. on their rate of wages, which they unanimously agreed to accede to, andf the rise commenced on Dec. 1. The manufacturers m turn have intimated that they have re solved to add 25 per cent. on their pr'ces, in consequence of the advance of wages and the increase in the price of other materials connected with the trade. At a meeting o( workmen at Glasgow it was unanimouslY agreed to solicit the employers for an. advance on the weekly wages of I 5 to 18 per cent. Deputations were appointed in each work to represent the claim to the employers, who have agreed to the wishes of their men The increased rate of re111uneration dates from the beginning of next year. A deputation of tobacco pipe makers i11 the emyloyment of Mr. Charles Tennant, Berwick -on Tweed, waited on that gentleman to request an advance of x8 per cent. He at once acceded to their requstet and the men commenced to receive the advanced rae, on December 1. MR. LILIENTHAL AGAIN DEFEATEJ>.-On the 19th instant in the U. S Circuit Court for this Circuit, Judge Blacthford rendered a decision in the case of the United States vs, C. H. Lilienthal. The jury on the trial of the cause found a verdict for the Government for 39I. 78. It was an action against a quantity of tobacco claimed by Mr. Lilienthal. The defendant moved for an arrest of judgment, and to have the trial pro ounced a mis trial, for several grounds, a!llot\g others (be foUQw irlg: Because no verdict of the jury was rec.Qrded or filed befo.re the jury were discharged. Because no verdict of the jury was returned before the jury were dis charge ecause when the jury retur11ed into Courtt after considering of their verdict, and were Inquired of by order of the Court if they had agreed upon a verdict, it appears by the minutes that their answer was, They find for the .United States, condemr!ing the goods," and no other or different answer was made by the jury before they were discharg!Jd, and no other or different record, was made thereon before the jury were discharged, and the jury were discharged immediately after they had made the answer aforesaid, and the answer of the jury st> minuted is not arid was not a verdict upon the ToBACCO EN!l!RS Sw1TZRRLAND FJtEB OF CHARGE. issues put' to the jury under the inform,ation, and the of the of. the Federal Constianswer or pleas of the claiment is lawful and sufficient to tuhon .no'!' m of dehberat!on by the General authori2e the rendition and entering to the Court of a Coupc!l m. the mobon o_f M. Challet-judgment of forfeiture of the tobacco. Judge Blaothford's Venee for a duty on the 1mportation of decision recites the facts of the case, and denies the mo to de levted account of the Confederation, tion for arrest of judgment. The verdict, therefore, was { eJected by 64 to 34 v:,otea. stands. sor, EastHartford, Suffield, Bloomfield, West d, etc., have found a ready market, so far, at prices. In fact there are more buyers than were ever' before seea in this region ; and the farmers begin to fil).d m in their pockets again, after two or three years er poor luck. Ins' urance on tobacco is effected at per cent. The quality of this crop is thought t'o.be the best ever produced in the Connecticut Valley-and that is saying a good deal. Few large white veins are fi und and the leaf is fine. The quantity grown the. Pal!.t sea son is larger than in any preceding year. Our are tuming, year after year, more and more to It is found to be the mo s t ready money of any crop' they can raise; and it pays off a good many mortgages, and buys a good many new dresses and other home In the face of such practical results the Connecticut far mers will doubtless turn a deaf ear to all arguments against tobacco culture." > R CASH PRICE .PAID FOR TOBACCO CUTTINGS. 833-38i OSCA 14 Water st., New Yorlc, My SPN, PAUJ. is tail day a4 iqed part r:s, S The style of our Firm will be S. KI'.SPROWICZ. & SON 361-Jt "99 Slate. Street, Chicago, Ill. FOR SALE-TOBACCO MACHINllRY.-KComfleteSettk HJ-draalic Tol>ICCo Machiaery conitinr ofl.eftr l'limp with. heavy iron-head block; 9 Retainers and Can; 6 Sets of Moulcll with tins and Iron Finiohen with iro?' and bloclca, l Box: Screws With cues and blocks, r large Wr1nger, nicely rigsed aad u-fce and p!"tform-and all in complete working order, hay' boucht th11 machmery to try and make a debt oat ofit, we williC!llt RICHARD MALLAY A BltO. 15 West Front Street, Cincia-.... TWO OF HOGLEN & PEASE, NO. 3 BUCKEYE.SELF.-J'.IBDftrGCUITING MACHINES, suitable for Fiae Cl&t or Smeki-.. J t Apply at P. LOR,I.LLARD & CO'S., COPE'S TOBACCO PLANT-A MONTHLY JQUBNAL for Smol:en, Pabllalled at No. 10 Lord Nellcm atteet, land, wllere eubooripUons may adclt&81ed, or to tJie Laa 0nros, Price two obl.1llDga (Bugll8h) per annum Trade Adv .. -. 110 ollllllnga per !nob. No advertisement. NM!vel for a thorler period tlwl olx montba. Krochlnery !or Sale, -Adsea, Announcements, &c. la \)er line. No ori!er tor AdYertlaloa will beOGDo llderecl, UDl-aeoomllODied b;r tile cozruponcllJig amoaat Tlall hr. wl41 adhered lo. A. D. CHOOXLEY, l. H. ANDBIIIIOl(. Richmond, Va. NOll' Yorll. J A. D. ,CHOCKLEY &: CO., -\... COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND D::&.l.LERS IN LEA.F TOBA.C(:JO, No. 168 'PEAllL STREET, NEw Yoaz: Always on hand a full111180rtmenl of VmbliSlgnmenta to our !lou..,, or to o:v frlenc!cl in &gland, t.hrol!lJh us. A. D. OHOOKLEY, 1.'\r. ANDZBSOll' 1 & ANDERSON;': : -oommision RICHMOND, VA. Concdgumento of Lelf Tob!ICOO, Grain !lAd ol.lier Produee'iollclllid LWetaLCC18hldvauoeaWJ.llbemade. lH J ..t Ji 1A' ., :(C. ___ Will execute orden for the purchaae or Les.tTobaocf) lq Ji'i4mott4 Mr /eel !or the n.oaal commiaalon. Deal en and H&ni&faclllarle""" will llulllt to tbe1r 1Dtereekto give Ul ordera, .,.htch can be sent.toua dlreo'. n .!< CO., our :New York Horue llhippen will bave the unutap o r both marketa In lhlpplg to either hoWJe, t.Dd' 011!,. .,.,. oommlleloa 1\h.a.tqed. """ ... l: EXCISE TAX. Finez9 ut, Plug: Tll'iet, Tobaooo twisted br:nand, M' ira. led inw & obodK!011 to be llODIIIIJil8d.,or otlillnrise -the uee of any mr.cbins or Instrument, &nd without beicg ...-d or sweetened, &nd on all other kiD!H of :tqb.Doo not h e rein othe.t;wiM provided fort S2o. per lb. ; Bmokin tol,ooo t exclu -,ive ly of a tame, or of leaf, wiUJ all t.he stems in an eo sold, tu leaof JlOt having been preTiooaly etrippecl, butted, or rolled, and ftoa which no part. of the atema have been 1!8parated etripplng, dres.Ung. or in any other manner, either befon! c!m'IDgi dr-lflii"tlie pr ceos of manilfacturing; Fine-cmt Sborte, the t>l tobacco wbiob baa paaaed through & ridille of thiriJ-aix meslles lo the square inch by process of silting; refliee 10rap1 1>0d sc -pinga of tobacco, 16o.. J>&' lb. Cit Ou all deacripWlU, made of ToiNiooo 01!--aw.-.U.IMute theroror, $5. per thousand; on Cigarettes weighing nol e:a:.ceeding three punodll per thonsand, ;1 50 per th9U8&Dd ; wben weighing ez:. ce e ding thre e pounds per thouaaad, o .. "off manu f actui'ed of tobacco, or any subetltute tbr tob.ooo, r,roond dry, damp, piekld, acen\ed, or otberwiBe, of aU decripuone, preparP.dforuse, a taxof82e. per lb. And anoll;,.ftour, when ool', o r removed for use or ooneuml'tion, sh&ll be tued aa onllfr. nd hall be put up in paok&ges and stamped in 8AID8 lllaiUIM aa snuff. rAaltrr.-Foreign Tob&coo, duty 35c. per pound, go!Q, J'orei81J Cigars, S2 60 per pound and 25 per cent. ad valor-. Imported cigars also bear au I uternal Revenue tax or $5 perM., to 1!'1 paid bT at the Custom H onse. (Revenue Act, .) The fmport dntv on manufactured tobac co ie IIOc. per lb. Leaf, stemmed; 15c. per )b. In addition to this duty, tbe Revenue lai on tl e s:tmo Hind of tobacco made In this oountry mUI!I be peid. '1'be toh .. co mu et also be packed according to the regulatioll81:0\'eming toi>Gcoo made lilere. ""

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I I THE TOBACCO LEAF. New York CoiDJDi88iOD Merchants. -Wll.B.XITJ'BIWWM .., P: .IUTTREDCE & eo.:C.WB&BLOCK DOHAN :CARROLL & co mr. v T b A Tos.a.cco ., BULKLEY MOORE & CO VIRGINIA I Tobacco COmmillion Kel'Chants ;&; ae TOBACCO 71aN47 .-... ... X_.lll' :rO.JI.K RROLLY 4 CO., .... .. -... I: Comml issiop Merchants, LIUlo 'Jn..i, ...... IMIMfllaz, WllltaPaWII, 1 Commission Merchants-Jlelle_ .... No lOt FRONT STRBBT Blac:k Pia-, .....,..._ GrMD"IIIIdolee, Jla!Uaoul Teobneek. ()ld llpOrt, Wlll&o :PeMber, caJoll Tale, Seabrlabt, A. llcoU. Barkeo, .I J W. :Jtchranle, TeDder JL :. Callfomla Gbld :&r.. G. a, (J...-p, -lllrawberrJ Gue, Pl-. Temple, EIWARD WIJIHT l::s No........ Tlloe ; \J.I!u.u&HT:&a Waoox M. 5 NORTON, SL4DGHTER & CO., General Commissioo T and CottiHl factors, GOLDU 1JUL, ROKM'IllAD, Bri&'llt 81. liOB TOB I'IG, CULJ.BGO, TOJI.TOIU lULL B.ATr, liV"ft'.AJ.O Cllll'l, Box, 4888. l11Dl'ITD'IIBVI11CDI.B1 11 1' AC:& 6 ITOV ALL'S JIOVGR .GOLD :I.Aitl, aGY.AL ft.urD.I.BD, .urD U.AY TWlft, l'OKoBA, .ALLY HOI '' l".A.CB 6 ITOV.ALL'I RlCJlJU VliiQVB, 1-ta. TWliT, liOl&ODIII-'t .a& ll. EDII'&, '' JI.OYIT:&JI.'II'JI.VIT, tllu4 h. BL&CXmBD, '' ... HJI.ADO, IJa"llt Pr....t, K.ABY'IOWlf, JI.A&Ir:&T, "_..,tDA h OOJUJI' mKO' BD, n JI.KIJiaDB, H lA..... I OLVll, CJI.Vli:PrOB'S nviiTI, D.A J:IJJG, BA VY Lbl, &114 Jlalf Lbl., POOEZT PIJIIO&I, Variau .... llvk. .. lB&JI.OBJr AD TWII'H, v .IJWIVI lllll.lllMII'OJI. Jal'OJI.T. Bave also on band a large assortment of other brands, in all styles aacl suited to all markets I BOWNE & FRITH, 1 BURLING SLIP, NEW YORK, Com.m.isslon Msrchants So)e Proprietors of the Celebrated Brands of Smoking Tobacco: liloAeJ; Early Dew, Prairie Blossom, Red River, Powhattan Eoterpnae, Old Kentuck, Old 1 or; Cabin, Cow Slip, Plantere' choice, ,Piooeer oft;lle War, Sunny ooutbJ Our Brand, HoneyDew. _j,Joo lh Un1ted Stat .. for J".l'. HAWKINS & CO .S GOLD FLAXE. SCHRODER. a: BON, t78 WATER STREET, -.NEW YORK, I IUODU. 01' U>Uia AND RA V ABA OIGARS a.nd OIGAR RIBBO:RB oonst&Dtl7 on hazl.d. r if db Co., 32 ct' 84 Vesey Street, New York. + CODISSIOlf KERCHANTS, fL. .A.."D IAJUFAOTUBED TOBAOOO, or CIGAR 108 t:='RON-.:" ST., NEWYORK. 2e WIST aROADWAY, w We have always on hand a large Assortment, for sale on Liberal Terms. t8 and 50 Ean leeond Street, --. HEN, 43 Liberty Street, -New York, Agent e .. l.DIDI:. C C. B .I..KlLTON. a. KA.BOOIO. L &.1:lc.&OJ"r. NEW YORK Tobacco Ip.Spection. T ,.obaclee btpeeted;Q r Certificates given for every C8Se\ and .-elty -,as to nlllllber N.B.We also sample in MerchanttJ' own ,<{IIJI'es. F. C. LINDE &. CO., .. DCliPA.I,. o.-F:te-1 U Water Btreet. W.A.BBR'OlJSES-142 W .ate'ill'l'S Jl'7on,, 74,78 and 78 Greenwleh Street, aa J-So 'I &ad 8 Jl114leon81Yer Ba Road DepOlo S&, .Jnhn' Park, FimR\, OOMMISSION. :MERCHANTS, Nos. 70 and 72 Broad Street, 1 N':BJ'GV' '"lr"C>::E'l.:.E.. CUTHRIE & CO., M. H. !nil :1/'BO:NT 8%'MB.BT1 IJil'OBTBJlA 07' FOR E. T, PILIINTO!I'8 ( RICH1IOND, V .t..,) ll110JUJIG TOBJ.Cf'A, FRUITfAND FLOWERS, GOLDEN SCEPTER, PLANTER'S PRIDE, &c. A.ll cradea oC ManufaETR.OXT KENTUCKY r.oat 119 lEABL STREET, .NEW YOBJ![, R. 8. Imponerot Atttt lalt FINE CUT QHEWING 'rOBACCO. OTTO '.MAIER, 29 BE A. VER STREET, NEW YORK, IMPORTER OF HAVAN A CICARS. Sole Aaren-t of "BOUQUET DE TOBAGOS," "JOCKEY CLUB" and .. PHIL. SHERIDAN." WILLIAM M. PRICE & CO., LEAF TOBACCO, 119 Malden Lane, W>r. M. Pxlc:E, F A. JAY11E. f NEW YORK JOS. MAYER'S SONS, r DML&BI Dr LQOJ.f 'il@ftOJ.ee@, 1.22 W .ATB.B STBEBT,' New York. CODISSION' KEltCRANTs, .. ._AmNE ACKERS OF DODSTIC LEAF TOBACCO ....., LEAF TOBACCO (Jlg,.,.Jiuu ...... t45 W S N y J. H.JJEB.GIIANE .. tiiDdleo 162 Pearl st., near Wall st., .. uv-.hat&tl, f ater treet, "The Straiton & Storm'' Segar-Wrapper COJ{MISSION ::MERCHA.B! JJDlOilT.a aUf ,.,La.U.a J)a.u.D u lk-Ateh, German, aDd Dutell _____ NE_W _YOR_r B 0 0 K I N Gm A c H I N E STRAITON, & STORM:, THO.AS KINNICUTT, A. STEIN' a CO., Commission Merchants, .._)ID DJU LiJul IK .. t.l.L DKacJtD.nONB o liANVFACTURBRS OF i'LEAF TOBACC01 AF TOBAC90: DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO' A II WQUana 197 Du.ae-meet, J t '"""' y -.,. No. 191 PEARL STREET, New York ',; nw YORk !: :::'.a...,. 1 .1.110W'"' or... Jonx BTRAJTON. Gl!OIIGE ll'l'Oiur. .ll.A. WYEB., WALLAOE & 00., JN o. 4 7 Broad Street, DE BRAEKELEER, .AKUY.4CTURI:R JiAVANA CIG.AR Beekman Olav maa1lflloturen p&rtieularJ7 r .... -. E. SPINGA.ltN & CO., n.;.LXM lN VANA & DOMESTIC TOBACCO. No.8 BURLINC SLIP, NE.t..R W.ATER-STREET, NE'W"-YORK. F. W. TATIEIUIORIT I. CO., Tobacco & General Commission ERCHAN'FS, / m, U9 and 161 GUERCK SHEET, NEW-YORK. No. 1 1 o PE4RL STREET, .. .Best Material and Superlor Make by Self-invented anil. pr.t.lnteil M"Mbinerv. QW XOlWt. D or, Hanover Square, .NE'W YQ.RB:, P .A. T:EJN'TEI:O-cuyn. hrelcn tad n-tia Leaf" Tobacco For Sale only by FAIRMAN & CO., rts cEDAR No. 5 Strawberry !Street, Philadelphia. ROBERT E. KEI.I.Y & 00., --Bawuaa l!flo'baoao Patented .April lad a.nd An g 12th .., .&ulli ...... ----------:----1: 3 NORTH N.Y. OITY siii'iitN & Charles T. Bauer.& Co., Commission Merchants, D J. GARTH, SON & CO., {Successors to 0JIABLB8 B F.A.LL.:&NBTEIN IE Oo. Commission Merch'ants, 1 No. t29 PEARL STREET, J. Garth, C h ns. 114. Garih, Henry ShrWe r N.EW YORK, ..lL80 IJa.t.1.aq IJf D 0 -ME STI 0. .IJID 01 FOREIGN ToBACC

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