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

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, \ v oL. 5o. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29 1873. WHOLE NO. 414 IS PUBLISHED EVDT WEDDSDAT KOBmNG BY TUB i'OB!OOO WJ PUBLISHING C&IP'Y, 142 Fulton St., New York. -As an adYertleing where it P.!l deaired to reach the Ci.s;r-lr and Tobacco Trade, not only <>f !ble bvt fOJ'eign Coomtrieo, it i the best attaioable. Aft !etten ohould be plainly add.-...ed to TH TGIACCO LRAP PUBLISHING CO .. AHY1 14J; Streett New York. Terms of the Paper .:: SmGLE ro CENTS Paa ANNUM fo4.oo Te England and the Canadas; '' additloDal p!! annum for prepayment Qf Postage. To Bremen, Hamburg and .the Continent of $2.o8 acldltional per annum To AustraUa, ek., f1.04 ..ta. San Frandaco, ad. 41iiiroal per annum for Poatage. No order& for the paper c0Ddde1'ecl, .unleu a.c.. w:ompanied by the amount. R.emittencee ebould,ln instaoce, be made onl.lr by money-order, check or dralt. Billa are Jiab)e to be !!ilolen, aDd can oo1y be 1ent at the greatest risk to the seoder. Rates of Advertising. oquare ( Noupvellliaeo) for six months, ...,_ dO. J La.ger advertuemento In the same proporti on, but none uoleu z, :r, 3, .4, or more squares. OAet column, a: year, S...so; sh: monfhs, :.a50; tlmM= months, $150-Half co1umn, 1 year, f&40; six months, t30l three months, S?.5 lidr on the first. page, .,SO per over two w\de columne, and none taken for l ess than one year, payable fu-lly in squaret!, $.fso. No deviTransient advertisements on the third page per line for eac.b insertion. No f o r advertising wHl be considered unlQSS accompanied bythe corresponding amounL This rule will INVAS:IAILY be to. BUSINESS DIRECTORY OB :NEW YORK. Tobauo Aaoew W. & Sons. a&t. aDd a86 Fnmt etl'eet ARea Julian, ?a Water. 11eMtmo D. & A., r:J.4 Water. lleqmaDn, John H. 14 Ceder. Bblemore,Mayo A:Co., 41 Bfoad, Bowne & Frith, 7 Burling Slip. BN4 N., 131 Ma1de o Lane. BalliiCJ', Mo.,... & Co., 74 Fr011t. c.Noao A. !II .Ill Oo,. ''13 Pearl. E. Water ? Water. & Co., s V,:ater Cftwfo'ra N. '&:L L Fqo. Dille & Co., '7' 'Wa...,.. J'Waet& lllalcleo LaDe. PrMuY.,U I & Co,. so Water. H_.... Lowenstolu, 99 Maiet Tbomas. sa Br<>ad. W P .&Oo.,_1raodn.,_ I.JoUMI ttl "' ()o., l6o .1'-1. _....tte .\.c., 163 Pearl. lAvin M H 1M Pt*arl. ,...._a-Broe., 1)8 Water. MiUtiMd Robert L. & Co., 43 Jllrflla 4t)elmson, 166 Walct". J.-pb, SoNJ JJ2 Water. C. L & 0., 43 Ilea T H. & ()o., r6 and J6rlllaideu LaM )llirorto, H. M -., 19 Old SUp aaa n Water. -n J. & c >!!! Wale -.t: eo., 4> 166 Wale. 119 Pearl. l'akriel ll.&art H i/6 C<>., Seltirig'o Son S r69 Front. Sjllfnc:e<, Bros. & Co., 7:1 Waldon .x-. =ur1 Cb.a.rles T., 189 Pearl. opm, E. & Co., BorHog Slip. &i Co 191 Duaae. & Stoml, 191 Pearl. Strela' & Rcitzenr.tein, ?' Prout. Tag, Charles F. II: Son, Froot. F. W 68 Broad.. Carl, aU Pearl. YetterlCin'.-Soo, Th. H., 6 Oedao. 1hotheirn, M. It Co., 171 W"""t, E M, & Co., 39 Broad. -' Tohac.,. Broic" Cattus & Ruete, 1:19 Pearl. Dteyer I'Award, _.6 Beaver. ] S. oil; Sou, 86 Wall. JtelloDd\ P ., ?9 Pearl. Oobe$e. CharJ-F., 54 BrOAd. M. lc: Son, U3 P earl. llp..-tO, C ,s, Pearl l'(Janujactwrlrl of John & Co u., u' aad n7 Liberty. llllcboer D, ;6il>e.!aacey CW Vjr><:etJt L. rS9 Ludlow fllrp, } F. Frout (;oebe, F.A .!t Bro., 3Jil WaeldawtmJ GoedJ'iD & Co. >ll'l and >09 Water Hoyt Thomas & Co., 404 Pearl ll,roo. 141 Weat Broad-y' ) McAiplo D. H. II. Co. cor. AveDue D and 1 -.,.,, Rapp S. 75 F .. lton SIJGt,Welr D A, & SoD, 174 J!'.lshth .., Agtnlljor s ... Ainc TobMrN,U. Hea ;.. a Co. ,.3 Liberty :LiOdbeim M.. 148 Water Willoo ; ;Eller & Kaeppel, ,., Pearl 1 -' M.oM{MIOrtrl f:ic ..... A'\erbach & Meo74 Water. :m-hbom'L. & Oo. 19 Water HoUaoder Louis, 102 Naeaa eS. & C'o. '109 Pearl S. 131 Maiden Laoe u bros. & Bondy 51 Maida Lane 1AJ 7a Bowe,ry LlchleDJrtein A. & Bco. ,3.4 and Bowery Lk:htenotein Bxoo. &I Co. ux Nalclea LaiHt llleto4el M. w. & :Bre, rP.earl lleubW"ger M. :183 Pear OrjJ'Ier S 291 Growich aad C'baahe:ro Sch..,.u: & !'!P<>hr, Lewis thklimberg II: Oo. 19'De7 Mec;ke & Waauaclr., 6 _RiYiqcton, larith H .t., 1 a Bowery M & Co. Pearl ltt:ai.&oD IOtonn, 191 Pearl r 8atro Newmark.,' I:JI Water f '" ... f Mil_ottftttirtr'l .., Fi .. CifiiTI H. J:JS wawen I Y1c1i1it & Co. 76 1'ioe 8'-t -r. r.lr-c ...... .P .. u., hl-D V. -Obatbam It-'1'" of o-r.....;., AJmlrall J. J 30 Oedu Garda F Water Goaoakx A Waler lloUJ !Mrcrt 1!:. 1;-Qo. 34 --. lor <:ail 1/4 Qo,;_u& W.ater M tr.mJ <1'.;11.1:, '195 re.ar l Obmiiotcdt' Kube!i.t Plari. J Pa.cl\'tl E. .Brother & Uo. 156 Water 8oi11DluO ld & E.&, MAlden LaDe v-J ... PII A..-iD!"'-117'.P-I Yell & Oo. 6c Pine Waker,.rn.tdmaii'._Pn!lae. PMI'J & o.9.P!oarl .. oe.w c 1 :') t l J > t l r '.-. lmporttrl of H"' Rauer Ohaa. T. & Oo. 410 Beaft' FTed 'k Do Bary .It Co., 5' Broad J C ,Q Reawer Messeng_er T. H .t Oo. 161 Kaideu Lane E 8o Wall J.,P4rtm f C/11'1 Pipu. Batier H. lr Brother, 71 Water Wm. & Go., _403 Broadway Goebel J. & Co. r29 llaiclen Luoe Maufacturu of Britir Pipn tl l,.rttr of Arrit/11. Bolken, Carrigues & Co., 91 Chambers stl'eet, and '13 Reade street Demuth Wm. &: Co., 403 Broadway lP.Itr .{ Licnitt Ptut<. at>l)leby. It Helme, 133 'Water Cfeveland, De Lance)' 124 South WHIIam Gifford, Sherman A Iaala. uo William Gomez It A 31 8. WiUiam MeA amea 0. 124 Front lllorris H ., 190M Slip and 73 Water. Weaver 8teny,s40eW. &.d uaj T.Hrto /..,.c-... Liade F. 0 .It Co Walel'. Tobtltto Pruuro. Guthrie.-Co., us Front. M<>nJatrrrrt of Cigar lin<. HenkeU Jacob, 20.., A '95 Vooroe Wicke William C.. ""It 161 Goerck Cigr Box, Lttl.r tltt.i< L.&il ntl Triigs, Schumacher & Bttiager, 15 )(urray. WoljfObas. A., s (lbatham. Tbtzm &illit 1Yu. zi.....,r w.;. o.., 197 Willi-. AwdriMI Oiqtv1 Kremelbers & Company, l6o P..rl MmljMIIIrtll -.f Rlrsli CIKI*s B<"" ,., :Wnt Br.,Wwoy. C!g"r Mltl. tl SUju Pteotimhe 1ranur.ctllriag Oo., f Park Plllee : c.;g.,, MaJtl Pnu .. J /Jirp. BfOWn A. I< F., !}9 Lewis. MaollJMiorm of SA-c,,.,. Kraft & Hol"meiller,->Jiiortb William. "Lil F.,.,." R..,; Cizwnter. 'MllliDgtoa T ... <ftM.rer,llele ........ 48 B-.1 Jlllf Gtlrman-Amellcar>, cor, BrOAdway-ad-y, .&LL'BGBOY CITY, Pa. "E...lsior 8; Jeakl-11.. a. w. B.ALTIIIOB.E. Tobalco Albrecht & Schroder, 618. o.he>l Bed< & 6o BcNtk Oa]' llokniu<;G. lL 4< Oo., 200 Weit,.Prall &,d W. A. II Oo., 33 South. Dr-1 w. &ad ())., Gay G-.o L. It Oo., ... l!outh GuDtfler L. w ,,.. LmDbard. It Oo.. f9 South Ohadeo Krome! here, J. D and Oo. "'Wen Lombard. Parlett :B. F. 6 Oo., 92 Lombard. Paal Wm., ., Roath. -Ilfeld B. &.Oo., SJ, J!.xballjle Placo llcluMder Joa It Oo.. 'I :S.ebange Placo. WllkeDO & .Klier, 691!oooth Charleo Wlec:hmCJ'er lid. II; 0... 49 South Obaries. FatJhr :. Gleolle 1< Niemann, 78 BcNth Obarlw : Hawkloa IJ 0. 43 W eat LombeuL Ricard, L,eftwlch "'Co. 83 BllcbaJir Plac:e ; WaUa, G 8 1: Co., 't Excbaage Place. Mu{turtra., tU. FelpeT F W., 90 and 92 South Charles. M"""''l' Brothers, 145 to 149 S. Cbarld St. Willr.no H. It Oo. x81 Weot Pratt. Jdi,nojMIUrtrl f Cit., Guth Goetave, German. Padt" of &.tl-uf Toh11m. Becker Brothers, 911 Lombo.rd Dtlller, in H,., rul li-uie uttf Tobtz""d MAnttj.Wurfr'J !] Cigan Harriott G. H 11'., 332 'Weot Baltlmnn. Barker, Chaodlee aDd Co., 31 German of Plag Tohttcc. Neoctker L. H., S. E. cn< & Manh Narket Space. BOSTOJf. Oomiuitrs MereA.ts Holyoke C. 0-n Ceatral Wharf. HcEiro7 Broo., 24 .S.oad. !MporHr of DtUr :in DotltelliC Crprs. Laua Waahlogton lJ>Ortcrr.of HaPaall Cigars ad Luf Wilder A Eatabruolt, 7 Uommercial. Impmxr f Lieorit1. Sc:hDitJer I 23 Central Warf BIU:KEN, GER.XAWY, C"'A..iuio" MreMnt. WeoU.Otr.Fred jr. BRQOKLYK, Jr. Y. Wulstein Henry, :15 Myrtle avenue, BUITALO, Jr. Y. 1Yiroltwlt Dtllhr i H""'..a ntl JJ.-nic ZiDit c. w 198 Pearl. CHIO.&GO, m. Dtlllu in Lu] Tobaeoo d Oilae S II. It Oo., lllchigau n. V..lm in TobMio Cigus. Fiaii"'-. !4 lllchlpD .& .... Dtlilfl'l i L,IZ( Tobacco. &IWI'haa'en Brae., 17 Weet .. Wi&"bt I; SloV Wen llecoad. ftltvers J. H ., 47 Yin MAnufartornuff am) Tobacco Manufacturers, 79 an(! 8I Smithfield St. PACKERsor SEED LBAr. .';rOBAOOO H. W Matbewaj. L. & Co., 2 r 6]efferaoq Ave. Irn']JJed Oigar 1'riffrTMr. Yunke Fred'k. DURHAM, N, C. &toling Tobaceo. Bla4llr.weU 'W T ESAT HARTFORD, OODD. PacAcr anti Dtlllv. OU!>man .R. A. IIAR.TI'OR.D, 0.... ST. LOUIS, MO.-J. E. Haynes Tobacco Broker 6I 1 Chestnut Bt. CHICAGO, ILL.-GeorgeFoy & Co., Dealers in Manufactured Tobacco, 263 Michigan Ave. DETROIT, MICH.-G. B. Lichtenberg, Tobacco Manufacturer. ROCHESTER, N Y.-W S. Kimball & Co:, Tobacco Manufacturers. til. SCHUBABT. No. 146 Water Street, NEW YORK. HT:U:E VICHOT & co. CIGAR M:ANUFACT11BlNG c OltiP .A. NY" P. 0. Bo::l<, e 76 PINE STREET, NEW YORK. 9 CLEAR HAVANA LOR ESI'EClll. DEVICKOT I CD. ut. ind. PART IBIS !J 2nd. R:ema V1ctona .. 130 LOtH!res -So Infantea .. Reina F ina IS Rein\ Flna ss 'Regalia Britanica "l J Panetela 70 JOCKEl CLUJ: Jst 45' ....,. P11dtr1 nil Duit'r'l. Barnea lr Jerome, State. Rubbard JJ & Co 18 :ALBANY, N Y.Aiexander Greer & Son Tobacc o Manufacturers, 882 Broadway. :: / 130 .. 1JO a bee Geo., a so State. London & Bidwell, :11114 State. Pnoe H. It z. K. !larket. ;bepbard & F111ler, 114 State. 'iiBOO A. L. & F 13t. _llain. fi'ell"" 0. & Ct-., Weotpbal Wm., B State. W-wortb & l!trons, 217 &ate. JANESVILLE Wt. Paat!l" .znt.i "''Stidd LMf Penclric:h FtaDelo. LIVERPooL, llaa Sm,.the P. W ,.,North }.tobb. BUFFAW, N. Y.-A. M. Adams & Oo. Tobacco Maufacturers, so Pearl. SYRACUSE, N. Y.-D. 0. Salmon Manufacturer. Tobacco cLEVELAND,. 0.-H. S. Rosenfeld & "Co Tobacco .Manufacturer, 8<; Merwin Street. TOLEDO, 0.-Witker, Halsted & Co., Tobacco Manu(act\IJ"ets .. DAYTON, 0 .-Hoglen & Pease, Manufacturers of Tobaa:o rMachinery. Londtes, extra 8o Regalia Britanica Regalia del Rey Londres., Chico e:ztra ... Re,.alia Londres 1 us Londrea Cbicoa Londr.,, de Corte Oll'doo ss INTIIICoiw:W,Dbaa -8o ?n'lf.."(!, : : Conchas, extra 8o Conchas alia Brltanlca 130 FIGARO$. Conchit.as l Reina Fina 85 LOndres de COTtes CWd(m Pan e tela 10 i So ,.. Regalia Brttanica 6o 55 "4S_ ss ( Fl{'r de Prensados 10 i lll!SA DE' SINTIAGO. ESPHIOLl. Operas11cco MIZmifMtum' S..ptlk 1 Willl!inton E. G. & Uo., 23 TIUrd. Dtllier, in Luf of Cigtm. All>er,o,llng G. & Co., 93 & 95 -:J:hlrd Semonln P F & co 371 w 1lalu LYJrCHBUBO. Va. Mdufe. Theobald .A.. H., Third and Poplar. lotrs of TobtCI. It T 182 State. MtZou(acturtrs rf Chc"WiTIC tl 3>ooAig. Kimball wm. s eo:, Dtalrr in u;if Tbtzwu. 1r<>oely D E., HiU street. B.OTTEB.DA.H, HollaDd. 1 K. &P.B.I:NGFIELD, .... SIDith H & Co., o Hampdal STERLING, ln. Oigar MC1'l.UM Charter John / LOVU, Ho. 'M-tnMjMturers of Catlin D., 70' MC>rtb 8ecoruJ TH.rtu 1Y ""'"-Dm"DIIbes;. c. :a. ,. ee., liS3 t.hc C ilfittr Ml ... Wall &::BW:Yin, 3XJ North 8eeoDd Tob.tco Brokr Ha,-.J.E., 611 Cheotnat. SYB.ACUut Jr. Y Ht,r & Co. G. P. I! N<>rtil 8alma. IY/i,o/twk Dt 1;,., i uflj Jkolter It HiUIJUtoa, TOLEDO, 0. To/HMce M .. .J-n WIU.., BalotMd aad C. ; I "1 -. n : urlo,a.. 'Y. V-#--'rr-Jghn H. Tyree, Tobacco Com mlsston Merchant. PETF.RSBURG, VA.-R. A. Young & Bro_the(, Tp. bacco Commission Merchants. WUISVILlJE, KY.-L. Francke 1'obaoco Broker, 291 Main Street QUINCY, ILL.T-urner Hajnes & Co., Tobacco Manufacturers. "FAOTOB.Y. EV ANSVILLEJ IND.-'-Lee M. GaTdfl4lr, Tobacco Broker. BOSTON, MASS.-C. H. Carruth & Co WIJOlesale. Dealers in Tobacco and Cigars, Hanover St. l'IARTFORD, CONN.-Woodwortla & strong, Leaf Tobacco Dealers, n7 State Street TBI CELEBRATED VIRGIN-IA!' CIGARS, -. From J. D. ImEKELBERG'S Factory, in B3.ltimore. : ARE NOW READY AND FOR SALE. Depot'iD JIEW' YOBX with KREMELBEBG. & co., PROVIDENCE, R. 1.-Huntoon & Gorham, Whole sale Dealers in Tobacco and Cigars. CLARKSVILLE, TENN.-M. H. Clark & Brother 'Leaf Tobacco Brokers. 160 :W -. :_ Pive remitted, or paid on personal application to any of thb above-named J!'entlemen; will secure copy of this worlt immediately. E. 'T. PILKINT_ON'S celebrated .AND FLOWERS'"! 'WEsT.ElUf TOBACCO G. W.-, & CO., Sole Agents, New York .. r See -"'dve:rtl-I'Dent; on tice, are sure it wili prove to false is Of, _!et no means be left un your interest, that there be no mor e short tobacco packed tried to detect the culP,rit The offence w.ould not be ToBACCO. BURNEP IN WISCONSIN.-The. Janesville on the sides or rounds of your hogsht:ads, and" tha t the .repeated. It is only the : el'se with which the Jan. I6, says : clang of t!1e fire centre and outside layers be as tar .as possible cheat is now perpetrated. {!)at causes its repetition. bells last halfpaljt t -Yfelve o'd.ock, the wakeful ones and caused them to anse w1th suddealengtb, color is talk of the 'right sort, Once make it tlifficult and disgraceful, and the reform for a fire on such a night was among the things and we trust wilf not fall upon inattentive ears. Ccr< i$J completed We have a)Teady seen how the Bremen to be dreaded.' Fortunately, however, the fire which tainly no subject coufd be more as affecting practically their '{erdic t regard. caused t}lis wa& isolated from other the welfare of all parties concerned. That the goods ing the deprec;lted practice s ... Jl.p; American planter and was cpnfined to the structure where 1t or. h f ho ld b bl t d r 1gma ted. But the tobacco house of A. ll. Russell, at" delivered be l jke t .he is essential in any trade Wl.t a. gr:"n u a e 0 rea 0 the bend of the river in the 4:h ward, was totnlly des they are so sold, and especiall)' in the traffic in tlus s1gmficant W>thort havmg .the blush of troyed together witp_ its contents, of his last hogsbeadll .of :(.obacco which can not be sold in -,ny othqshame h1s .cheek. JS a plant yea:r;s crop of toba.cc
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\ 2 TBE CINCINNATI have received the Annual Report of this market, and shall print it in our next issue. ToucHrNG.-The tribute to the memory of the late Wm. E. Lawrence at the Cinc,nnati Banquet, by James P ,Spence, Esq. THE GoVKRNMENT WKATHER CLERic-We have re ceived tbe jnteresting annual report of the Chtef nal Officer to the War Department.'' 'ERRATUM.-The interest10g account of the Cmcin nati Banquet was published entire last week though a prom1se of 1ts continuation was eri:smeously appended :at 1he end NAUGHTY ToBACCONISTS -I.t seems that monopolies i n Franct,:as elsewhere, lead to fraud. The J"Urnals of Marseilles state that 37 holders of tobacco shops oat Qf 140m that ctty found selling a contraband :art icle. The ofFenders are to be replaced. CosTLY SNUFFING.-The Vanderspie5el famtly, of Benni ngton Center, boast a snuff-box 125 years old. It Ferry. brother of Mr. D. Ferry Jr., partner 1n the iirm of E. M. Crawford & Co. Mr Ferry. was only twenty mnc years of age, and has been connected with several tobacco houses. He was a young man of mu h promise, and h1s loss wwl be long and sincerely la.mente:l C1GAlt STollE BuRNED .-On the 24th mst in Brook1yn, the cigar store of Joseph Vertro, 17 Uruon Place, E. D:, was destroyed by fire The fire was caused by the sl'Ove settmg fire to the woodwork Vertro had barely time to escape wtth hts ltfe by jumping through a glass door. The loss on stock amounts to $r,ooo, and on building Ssoo. It;tsured in the Stuyvesant and Imperial for S I ,300. OuR TwELvrt THOUSAND CIGAR MANUFACTURERSFrom an official statement prepared at the Internal Revenue Office, rt appears that the whole number of cigar manufacturers in the United States is 12,294. 71,491 men, and for whom the whote amount of 'bonds given is-$q,or6,ooo. For the names and addresses of the 'manufacturers, see "The D1rectory," published at this office. A SPKCIAL TAX TCBACCO STAMP.-To meet there oquirements of the new law says the Washington idt, the Buteau of Engravmg and Priming has JUSt bad perfected a vignette for thosespectal tax stamps to be taken out by dealers in tobacco. It JS, in g.:neral ap pearance, somethmg like the Yignette of "Commerce." A handsome female guards a huge hogshead of tobacco, -vn wh1ch rests a jar and bottle of and several p1ants a-pparently in a growing and healthy con dJtion. These wiU be used for tobacco, snufF, or cigar 'Dlanufacturers or dealeta. TDB THE --'-' OOMESTIC. N "Ew YORK, 28. Wutem market qui-eter last week, the sales reported amounting to 47I hhds, of which shippers took roo and the home trade the remainder Cutters and manufact11rers ate forced 011 to Mason County for low-puoed old stock. Medtum Mason ts dull, but a few choice hogsheads exceeded 26c. The stock of New Crop has not increased much, neither IS there much demand fot it 1 rifl1ng sales of new lugs and low leaf at 9c to Ioc, but most shtppers want the former at and F'\c. tory trash at 7"@8. A, few Afncans for Boston, With show and subs.tance, uc, and a few wrappers--at 12@14C. Germans inquire for new Mason colory trash and lugs, but there_are none here. There IS no demand hkely soon for ordi nary thin leaf of new crop. daughters of. toil, the gc;ndeman who framed the amended act of June 6, 1872, thought, ought to pay a special tax as we11 as other people, and, accordingly, they were required, after the latter date, to applf for and pay for a special tax receipt if they wanted to seU manufactured tobacco in future. This they failed to do, and hence the raid of the reveliUe officut\s. The regular tobacco dealen of Long Island Cily were not Interfered With On this OCCaSIOD1 there being no Cause for interference. CigarsThere is no change to note m the cigar marlee!. Business continues fair, but, apparently, not pressing in any quarter. Goltl opened at Il3}( and closed af' II4. Ex""ers of seed leaf tobacco are cautwned agamsc accept ng the More oosmess could have been done bad supplieS ltpOrted sales nd quotatlpns <>f seed l.eaf furn15hlng the pnces that been eqllal to t-he demand, but the paucity .receipts should be obtamed for t!em at first hand, as these refe "' moot.-lnslanc"" I f d d to old crop! hue been held neatly a year, and the prclit on makes It difficult to obtam some c asses 0 goo s, an which must naturally Include mtereot on capital mvested. Grower> transactions are therefore more or less restncted, and caneot ee-sale here. Of course every mus t be better opportunit cs for making selections at an advance, and therdore rne .obtain,al!le by the growers w>ll Receipts m R1chmond have mcreased but little ap-always be sotRewhat lower than our quotations. parently, wahm tht past fortnight; in loose stock there QUO'rATIONS OF WHOLE!5ALE PRICES. b t b t I h d h ltt&t' Polmd.r-D&lQHT. nas een some augmenta 10n, u ea save come Oowmou to good tugo 9)(@11l Exmo l1lie. 60 @ 'I'J m slowly Opinions regarding the q ahty of the new Commou leal Fino .. .. .. .... 5n (ill60 Me@I3 Commr n ...... 41 @43 Selec!lona 13 @li Mouldy, ooaroe 3 8 @H9 011r last tssue, observes "Black wrappers and stemmmg cutting tug .. 10 @ 4 LIM l'resaed,ex,ra tine 60 Wl"ll rule h1gh this season,".fcom the fact that the supply do do lear 1 8 Light Presse d line 5 allll Wuten> Ditrlcl Qooorkr 1'bomclIIU-Fno. ..... 4! @44 b Brown aud Greemsll 8 @ 9 Medmm 3i for smo hing than for ml\nufacturmg ut McdlUmud llue red 9 @U N..., Half p.;..;;J, allll Thirda considerable spnnkling of lme manufactunng" Com to med spsugleJ 8 (ill Fine 42 @45 n Fine spangled to yellow I:l ( Hed Th1s latter vtew is calculated to sustam the preva1hpg !larjiurnt-F'tdtocom-5X@ ft: tmpresswn, that nell, heavy, manufacturmg ,.. ades wtll 8 modnu T tit a <>ood 3' @O 1 GnD t mmoa. 1 r-::.; 9... Common to :sr @38 command full prices, fuller pr9 bably than usual, this Good do "" .li'iuaiiiiFours 40 @45 Medium 9 @10 E'r>ck Plu. 40 @'", Year. GFood to 6.ne red It @ 3 N..--7'loilt H 'a.S6 1 h fi d &DC:f lt @26 The fol owmg estimate as oun -tts way mtu pnnt U"per country @30 f.!';1f. u. "1 he Joss by the bummg of the t()bacco mspec-G ouud 1e f 5J>IO 41 .,.., ... tbn buildmg of A. S. Jarvis & Co., on November BttaUGI-ISfOc"'p ?::' .;.;.,;.j;._1uw ; : 23, was $485,000 : On buiJdmg, $34,000 ; on stock, Wrappeu u 11 o..n..w..t. Smolri.ug @71 h b I' .. AJoorted u @It C\garl-f'('tUeBtiC J45o,ooo. The msurance on l e ut umg was r4o,ooo, e0001da and Filion.... 11 @IS a- d d k bel l b f 1871 crop. an Havaua., an on stoc to a arge num er o cons1gnw,..,_.... .. ..... .-! per ........ ot ors, pnnctpally in the Southern States, S4so.ooo As Setea&IO.. .. eo 75 do OouD. Soed ., flOCi40 o .. h b t 1 d hall 8eoolldo M i!)a do do utJ@IO DO soon as t e necessary vouc ers an: a 1an we s l'lU-.... . .. u (jill New Yo t 11oe4 oeu., Publish a full and statemellt of the losses and -Wrappen _.. wropper M 00810 oo L>t Ponn. do do a. ....... iT DO other interesting f this remarltabk fire. A eorcecl 1o... .. .. 11 (jill Oh o do do de tf O 11 oo "tl < r -rj-A ateacly but not active inquir,..prevailed :rut.ro 1 Oonn. nJer IDd A E .Aw I 18'11 orop. wrapp..- 1 .. II" Oil MR. BOOTH's NGAGBM&KT.-This is tile last week for thts staple the week, princ1pally for home V.Nppen 21 8M Oommoo t.oan ...... u 110 ..... -()f Ins acting wtll be amply repatd for the trouble of p 1 t r;,. 5 FHere U 811" "J". G" 'oo 11>- 211" 45@7.;c, 175cases esyvanlawtappersa c, ultA"3'1II>D"'zo" ::adandoning for an evenmg the delights of-the 1tome 6o ca;es do, low running, on pnvate terms; and for ABOOrted Joe.... ....... a. It v" .. .. .. .. 29" circle. exporJ, roo cases "Wisconsin at llfld 78 8 (!!! 8 WINSTON, N. C., TOBACCO ASSOCIATION.-At a-meet ing of the Winston tobacco buyers, held at Wilsoa's 'hotel, on We.!nesday evenmg, January 8, for the pur pose, of forming rules and regulations to govern the Board of Trade, the followmg gentlemen were elected for the ensuing year Thomas Barber, Prestff wtthout dtaiculty. Secord, the coofus10n shown in -caut10n ,nouce as to No of factorv. On stx of the \boxes the factory IS numbered, ',s 5th Dist. of Va.," and on four it ts '8 5th D1st. of Va.' Stamps that are put on a box as prescnbed by law, can not be removed '.Wlthcut great dtfficulty.!' A QuEER CLUB.-Says the Baltimore A,tnca11 -As will be seen, by a notice tn our ad1 ertlsement columns .some one proposes to orgamze in this c1ty a dub to as the "Vtceless-Club." No liquor, no tobacco, :and m a word, no uncleanliness is to be permitted 1 Neuber great sins nor small vtces wtll be allowed ac cordmg to the 'programme proposed I Th1s w111 cer:amly be a remarkable club, and should the !Jro ; jCCtors of It succeed,_ and the fraternny become oumerous, we shall certam1 y have the m1llenillm dawning < 1,!pon us much sooner than the most sangUine extJected 'We-shall able to go t? bed at night with our back < doors-an tile police and turn all our jatls into fact6Cit!S ur <:huches, an I the much vexed now, as 'to capital punishmeut, wlll be a mere of pnnte1s' ink, for tf the "V1celesa Club" gets .;:to be the -rage we shall \ery soon have no one to hau g. wll, 10wever, l>e a very senpus financ1al ques"a Ynurru" v do Good do I@ I 0 1!: A 23Q llio...... .. 23 Sjantsk-Havana fillers been in fair request, ao t1oe 1 02,.@1 10 "MF ...... 23 and the recorded sales were about 45.0 bales at 9oc@ rand & H Oulaastd. G5 @I oo R. R." .... .. 113 M .... perJJOUill j u w ......... II Jr rs. For good heavy grades the_re is a steady inquiry, G 8 1111 the lumted supply makang them spec1ally destrable. IMPORTS. Manujacturtti-A moderstt!ly gooll was The anivals at the port of New York from fore1gn done m bnght's last week, there havmg been in addt-ports for the west, endmg January 28, included the tion to the ordinary transfers to meet present requtre following consignn.ents:-ments, some purchases for future accoont by a city firm LIVII.RPOOL-Order, 24 chests hcorice juice. There are indications that bnght tobacco wiii be htgher MALAGA-Gomez: & Ar&uimbau, 92 cases licotice than1t ts now,and to this probab!lit.)O,plesumably,ralher rool J than to any present mspirat ion, ts due the fact of thiS HAVANA-Schroeder & Bon, 15 bales; E E. Romay, comparatively exceptional movement. And for th.tt 25' do. 2 cases cigars; G W. Faber, I x cases c1ga s; matter, the same may be said of black If the J. C. Hoffmeyer, 8 do; Robt E. Kelly & Co.1 14 do; opmwns quoted m our remarks on V trgmta leaf are Frederick de Barry Co, t6 do; L Perea, I do; S. based upon sound prem1ses, manufacturmg le a f of both de Vtsser, r do ; Park & Tilford, xo do; Acker, Mer vane lies IS destined to show ere long an advance upon rill & Condit,' 32 do; W. H. Thomas & Hrnther, 9 do; existing rates, and thts mc1ease, cornbmed wllh the un Purdy & N1cholas, 2 do; R A. Madan, 3 do; N l.Votdable appreciatiOn of manufactured stock tesultmg Samuels, IS do ; S. Lininton Sons, 6 do; order, 12 from havmg to carry tax as well as the cost of goods, do. w11l necessanly make higher pnces for both black and Ji:X:PORTS. bnght w01 k md1spensable lmlicauons, however, are From the potts of New York to foreign ports other very frequently delusive, and may prove so in this in than European ports, for the week endmg January stance. Our purpose IS merely to note them as we rewere as follows: view the general field of operations.' BRAZIL..:. I case ctgar.>, JI?o Our attentiOn has been called to the possibility of m-BRr-.rsH NoRTH AMKRICAN COLONIRS.-36 hhds. jury resulung to the trade from the mtsuse of the pnviJs.soo. lege granted by the Bureau of Internal Revenue, of BRITISH WEST JND!RS-3 hhds, $4-o7: ; 25 bales, s39o; stodng in the customs to.bacco bonded for s,623 lbs mfd $t,::t82 a given foretgn port, but by accident prevented from CUBA-1'152 lbs mid. $406. reaching its orwnal destinatiOn, and afterwards sh1pped FRII.NCH WEST INDIES-6 hhds, $r,4 7o. to another p01t"' abroad. It IS observed that unprmciHAVTI-I hht.l, $28 2 ; u6 bales Jr,097 pled parties may under th1s regulaann engage m the N&w GRKNAI>A-26I bales, S2,748; 5,319 lbs. mfd. of shtpp8 hbds. 743 hhds. 793 bhds. .JAN .28 CLARJCSVlLLE Ja"'"".l :u.-Messrs. M. H. Clark &: Brother, Tobacco Brokers, reports as fol. lows :-Our sales were small last week only amouatia to 3:1 hhds tobacco. Owing to the small oll"erin prices were stifFer thoagh not quotably/bigher. Stai mers have latd in a portten of their stock, and are preasfoc less eagerly. With a spell of mild weather, receipts of all Western breaks would be large, and prices would no doubt show a material decline. We quote lugs, 6"(i 7"; common leaf, medium leaf, good leaf, The indications are that Factors will not stimulate the market this season, th such fuU advances to shippers a!l were made the seasoD just past, and when prices seute down, the trade will move alon1 more healthily. HOPKINSVILLE, ::fanuary r5.-Mr. J. W Dupuy, Leaf Tobacco Broker, reports receipts since the 8th inst, 86 hhds Sales, 75 hhds. We have had soft-going weather for the past two weelr.s, ..:onsequently a great deal of the tobacco rece1ved is m bad order, and its character generally not so good as last weE!k. I notice a slight improvement in the price of low grades, both lugs and low leaf, wh1le the better grades of leaf was a l_utle easter, though I contmue last week's quotations: Common lugs, $6 7 ; good lugs, $7 to 7 comnoon leaf, to 9; med1um to good leaf, Io to I 1 No fine and choice grades offered. This sale gave general satisfaction, only the btds on seven hl:ds rejected, :January 23 -Messrs. M. H. Clarki& Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report :-The sales were rather kl.rger this week than last, and wtll probably contmue mcreas. ing steadtly from this ttme forward. The offenngs are not pf a very des1rable character, and many hhds were tn very unsafe order, but natw1thstandmg th1s, there was no in pnces. Our buyers have not yet had repo1 ts from the seaboard on their previous ship ments, and appear to consider pnces safe. Re ceipts to dale, 337 hhds; offermgs this week, 99 hhds; reJections, 10 hhds; sales 89 hhds. We quote, lugs, 7Ci 1, low leaf, common leaf, medtum leaf, good leal fine leaf Tho: small stocks m the open markets of the world encourage mterior operators to pay very full pnces re grdless of the fact that the new season starts with a very large crop to sell, and old demands more com. pletely satisfied than is usually the case. If factors at the seaboard should return valuations that would appear to show a profit, then we may expect to see the present -or even a higher scale of prices sustamed until some large sales should show the factor'.:; inability to realiJ:e b1s vaiuations. LOUISVILLE, '.Ja?tuary 24 .-We report ufoliows -The demand has been very ammated; as recepta have improved pnce' are very fine. The receipts were t,zor hhds, and 604 .boxes, and the exports, 56:a hbdi and 2,357 boxes. T e sales at the different warehouses were 837 hhds and boxes, as follows : The Farmers.' Ho e sold 163 hhds and z boxes: 8f hhds KCDtucky leaf: 7 at $n@u.75; 8 at 11{j11.75; 6 at ro@xo:-rs; u at 9@9; 3S at 8@8.90; 8 at 7 7.8o; 67 hhds do lu s: x at 9.2o; 3& at 7-90; 6 at 6.40@7.8o, 22 at 6@6.90, l hhds do trash at 6.ao, 6.:zo, 5.40. :z boxes at 6, S"TOi I bhd Teaneseee leaf at 9 s hhds do lugs at 7, 6.po, f.SJO, 6.90, 6.8o. The Louisville House sold I47 hhds: 41 hhds K.ea tucky leaf: 6 at 19. t6.so, 15-7So 14.so, 13 lSi at tlt@12.so, 6 at h.zs@ r.7s; xo at ro@1o.7s; u at 9@19'.80; 6 at 41 hht.ls do leaf and lugs: 15 at TotaL ____ ----------------8,444 bhds. 6@1o; 3 at 8@9; :zst 9@930; 5 at 8.3o@8.9o; 11 at J Cleared smce fan. 1, 1873, 2,634 hhds... @7.8o; 6 at 6.30@6.. 56 hhds do lugs and trash.: 1 Coastw1se and r.inspected IOG hh s.. 2,734 hhds. at 9i 12 at 8@8 go; 17 at 7@7.9G; 18 at 6.:zo@6.9o; 1 at 6.30@7. hhds do factory sweepings at 9S83S 5 Stocrk to day in warehouses hhds Ind1ana trash ahd lugs at 7.7o, 7-so, 6.7o, 6.7o, and on shipboard not 6.70 So710 hhds. The Planters' House sold III hhds: 46 hhd. Kea-Messrs. Ed. Wischmeyer &Co., Commission tucky leaf: 2 JTS@I4-75; 2 at u@u.2s; I at 117s; Merchants, report as follows :-The trade in manufac9 at Io@1o 7 5 ; I8 at 9 @9 90 14 at 8@8.90. 5I hbda tobacco has been fa1r the past week, with prices dq lugs: I at 8 2o; 28 at 7@7.90; n at 6.so@6 90. S pnc anged but firm We note the fo!Jowing rece1pts: hhds do trash at 6.QO, 6 6o, 6.30, 6.3 0 6.30 7 hhds" Job P. Pleasants l!c Son, 20 hlf. boxes, 2 ,qtr, boxes; Vugir.la at 1 8 !so each. I hhd do leaf at IJ.7S A & Sons, I48 qtr. 213 cases G S. r hhd Induma leaf at 9 7o. Watts & Son, 126 boxes, 7I eases: J. B Stafford, tP T 1 1 cads R F Parlett & Co 8 cases. 1 he Boone Hous sold 91 hhds.-44hhds KelltuCkJ f leaf, 3 at $r6, IS, IJ j 3 at 12,4 at 11.2.,5@11.75 j II INCINNAl'I, '.Jalluar.y 25.-Mr. F. A. Prague1 IJ at 9@9.8o; 7 at 8.aog8.9o; 3 at 7Q !eat tobacco mspector, reports as follows :-wehave 47 hhds do lugs. 4 l at 8@8.8::>; 28 at 7@7.90; 15 at again to 1 eport a good week's business 1 leaf tobacco; 6.3o@6.9o r l ot loose Indiana at 8.zo. pnces have been very full on all grades of old cutting The Pickett House sold 89 hhds :-37 hhds Kentuckf ; leaf,whtleanything at all fine would1reach afancy leaL 1 at$18, 3 at rz@u.25; 6at n@rr.75; rat figure Receips of new are on the increase, but as _yet 10, 8 nt 9 @ 9 9o; 14 at 8@8.9o; 4 at 7 2 o@7 7 0 l7 are c:onfined to low and common sorts, pnces of wh1eh, hhds do lugs and trash. 3 at S.2 o@S. 3o; 22 at 7 @ 7 ..goi" however, are .really oeyond the. expectllttOns of sh1p_12 at 6 J0@6 90. 3 phds Indiana leaf at 7-90, 7 1o, per and lR fact tOo h1g? tO De manufac7.20. I 2 hhds do lug&, 10 at 6. Io@6.90 j z at;. 5SO@ 5.6o tun;rs takmg them as subsututes for old whtch The Nmth Street House sold 88 hhds :-JI hhds are very scarce and h1gh. Old OhiO fillers and Kentucky leaf. 3 at Srr@rr.75; 9 at 8.3o@u.so; l wrappers ar 1n good at from 8@25 Manufac. at s.5o@w 75; 5 at; 8.3o@ro; l at 8.30@8 9o; 6 at 9 ts unchanged. I he total offeungs for the week @9. 70 ; 5 at 8@.8 6o. 6:z hhds do lugs : 6 at 6.75@8; were 565 hhds and 109 boxes a!l follows:11 at 6 zs@8; 6 7 o@7 9s; 10 at 7@8, 2 6 at 6.so At the Bondman Warehouse, 221 hht:s and 44 boxes @7.8o; 3 at 6.20@7 I hnd V1rgmta leaf at t0.7S ,12 I hhds Mason Co. Ky, trash, lugs and a at r hhd Tennessee lugs at 7 45 S6 35, 7 .25; 27 at 8 .2 0@9 95, 47 Io@r4.7 5; 25 at The Exchal!ge H use sold 77 hhds -33 hhds Ken 15@I9-7 5' rs at 20@30 so. 5 hhds n!;w Mason Co tucky leaf: 2 at $r [' 5 at ro@ro 75 jl2 at 9-70, Is 2at88<>,97o; 3atio25@1225. r8hhdsBrownCo, at8@89o 43hhd!fdolugs. 3 at8@1!.7o; :uat7(J Ohto trash, lUgs and leaf: 1 at 9 70; u at 10@14 7 5; 7 90; 19 at 6 2o(96.9o. 1 hhd do trash at 3 6s. 6 at IS-50@25. 4 hhds Owen Co, Ky. lugs at Io 25 The Kentucky Tobacco Assoc1at10n sold 7 I bhds : @u. 38 hhds New Owen Co: 23 at 6 05@7 8s. IS 70 hhas Kentucky leaf and lugs: 3 at $r8.75. IJ-75 at 8@ ro. 29 hhds Pendleton Co, Ky., trash, lugs and 17 75; z at r;J, 12 25; 2 at 11, 4 at Io.25@ro.7S; 4 at, leaf:, 1 at 7-so; 6 at 8.r5@985; zo at Io@I4, 9o, wat8@8.9o; 28at 7@7.8o ; I7at 6@6.90. 2 at t7@l19 .2S. 30 cases common Oh10 seed fillers and r bhd do trash at wrappers : 6 at 4-ltt>@s.So: 12 at 6@7 So S at 8 zo@ '.January zs.-Messrs George W. W1cks and Co., to-8 So; 2 at xo; S at 22 2 5@2725 5 cases Southern lJacco factors, n!phrt :-Our market has been quite Indtana seed fillers at 7o@8.9(l active the past week, especially lor fine and fancy At the Morris Warebouse,106 hhds and II boxes grades, plug and twtst. Our manufacturers of Louts So hbds and 40 boxes Mason County, K)., trash, lugs, vlle navy tobacco have rece1ved large orders, aad and leaf: 3 at $6.so@7 go; u at 8.20@9 95 ; 56 at 1o at full pnces. We quote @.14.75 ; 9 at 15.25@20; 4 boxes new at 6.so. u Fme bnght Va. lbs. 85@90; medium bright Va. lbs. hhds Owen County, Ky., trash, lugs, and leaf: 5 at 6o@7o; Common Va lbs and II mch 45@ 48; Va. 6.05@7 ; :z at 9 ro@9 90; I at I6 25 ;..3 at 16.25@ bngbt' Navy, 3s, 4s, and ss, 48@50; Va. bngbt 4s and u.5o. 6 hhds and 2 boxes new-Owen County s at 14s, 48@52; Kentucky bnght lbs, so@s.a; Louisville 4-80@7 75 ; 3 at 9-15@9 Ss 2 hhds new .Pendleton bnght s::r@s5 j LoUISVIlle black Navy, 46@48; County, Ky., at 5 hhds Boone County, Fme Va. 1 wtst, 70@75; mediUm Y_a. Twtst and Ji'ig, Ky: 2 at 5S@6.s5 ; 3 at 8 3o@r3.25. :z hhds an
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'I'DB-J'OaA.COO-LEA II'. 3 PETERSBURG, '.1,.11ary 18 -Messrs. R A. Young e:Sfem Leaf-Considerable sales to the trade and ill !b*et. Toljkcco rchants, report as dealeu at fully current rates but not at any quotable follows. The rece1pts of loose continues fa1r, and Will be advance The h1gh pnces demanded fot stnps will nfxt week wtth the mild weather wr. are bavn"'. caulfe the trade to substitute dry leaf u f11r as they In hogsheads the busmrss 1s yet ltght, but daily u1creasposs1bly can, so long as 1t remams at Qr near present mg; and we will soon have full breaks and an acbve moderate rates. V1rgi01a Lear and StnpsThe trade on change -Pnces have ruled very hgh, here, IS almost all 10 the hands of the trade and dealers, when we look at other markets It IS thought by many what 1s on sale IS held firmly for full pnces Maryland that the h1gher duty lev1ed by the German Governmeot, only m moduate demand, buyers generally prefernng to go mto effect m Apnl, l\dl have the effect of makm1 tbt better parcels, espec1ally when free from nd pnces of lugs and common leaf lower, but long expeOb10s very scarce Other Growths-Market compJete nence.bassbown that any tax on tobacco does not d1mm ly bare of all except Turkey, Sam soon an'O such l1ke, 1sh consumpuon fobacco bemg a ho:ury, consumers and a recent 1mportat1on of Japan not yet on sale Will have 1t, cost what 1t will We quote the market as The scarc1ty of cutt10g s\ibsututes IS a p<>1nt 1rr favor follows to good lugs, loose, $s}i to fair to of Dry Western Leaf Cavendsh-Nothm_g of mterest good leaf, loose, 7 to g, faar to very good leaf, loose, to report, good sound black pounds m cases, and to u, faar to good lugs, pnzed, 6X to 7 fatr to black tens are most salable .lt from 8d to rod leaf, prized, to ; fine leaf, pnzed, 12 to per lb It 1s sa1d that a na1l to be dnven home reqmres r6, pnmmgs, priZed, to 6 We would remark that many blows It may often be saad of a fact that 1t re but httle tobacco of bod/ has yet appeared m the qmres to be often repeated bef0re 1t becomes thoroughly market known 'Ve have struck many blows, but we do not sound tobacco meets a ready sale. Amencan aod B1a zii-None on the market St-Domingo-We are sull without supplies the laSJ crop 1s reported to be of fine texture Should sucb prove to be the c:aae it would form a add1t10n to our stock Turkey has been but httk operated m only fine bnght classes a e sal able Brown and m1xed descnptlons bnng but very low rates Macedoman-Adv1ces state that some fine parcels of th1s are likely to come to thiS mar ket ; what IS now IS much miXed both m color and quahty Greek contmues to move off slowly, only the leafy and bnght colored classes meet a sale R1o Grande-Nothmg new to report Java-The stcck now o:tring conststs chiefly of mtxed and ordmary parcels, wh1ch our buyers w11l not !fke good sound tobacco w11l bnng full pnces Sumatra has been but httle operated 1n fine s1lky brown tobabco would sell read1ly Dutch and German, when of good quahty, contmues to be taken both for cutting and flur poses contmue to rule htgb }aoan has been taken freely the arnval per the "Santos," and a por lion of that by lhe "Nourmahal" w e re sold at extrem e rates dunng the month, and a good demand still ex1st5 for the better classes a further s mall arnval has come to hand, and wtll shortly be placed on the marl;e t Hunganan-Nothmg .wh 1tever offenng suttable for cut tmg Latakia continues negl ec ted, although a good assortment of fine tobacco IS to be had Negrohead cont nues m good demand at full rates Cavendish has had but httle attention, the late large arr"'als were caused by the closmg of all the bonded stores on the 6th ult m New York, future shtpments will now have to come duect from the respecltve manufactones Stalks aro smalls only m moderate demand 8 JME PATTHB NEW fOBACco RllGIE JN '1 URXEV -"The system shortly comes mto force says the Ln;ant .UwPHILADELPHIA, :January 2 s M E. Meappear to have succeeded m dnvmg home mto the mmds Dow ell & Co Tobacco CommtssJOn Merchants, report of the putters up of Leaf and Stnps the fact that over The demand for manufactured tobacco has been fa 1 r pn:ztng ts a mtstake, and 1bat an)thmg ltke false llack thts week, especially m low grade pounds and twst IDI! IS a stl11 greater mist a ke, espectally as regards To Large sales have been made at steady pnces fhese bacco mtended for the Enghsh Home Trade, where the goods are gettmg scarce and pnces f o r them show an heavy duty necess ttates careful buymg and close mspec upward tendency. We quote the followmg pnces lion In the hope of gettmg the na1l a ltttle further m, Fme bnght Vrgmla, lbs, 75@8sc, medium bnght Vr we wtll repeat that a full s1zed hhd of Dry Leaf or Jbs, so@ 5sc, common bnght Vrgma, lbs, 39@ Stnps should never exceed 1,300 lbs net, wh1le for 42c, fine bnght kmg tobacco dull of sale Pnces f.4 @ 3 r tc>. packed with rubbsh, are equally obJecuonable, and result m loss SAN FRANCISCO, :January 17 -The Herald, m Its annual report, says LONDON, 'January 2 -Messrs Grant, Chambers Imports 1 871 1 8721 .Expotts 1371 1372 &Co,reportasfollows Therehasbeenbuthttledome Hhds.... 20 Pkgs __ t,J!J8 3.440 m Amencan tobacco durmg the past week, buyers hav Bbls 4 48s I mg operated only as m need, consequently there has B I 86 7 8 been no transactions of Importance Holders are very aes.--3,5 12,o fi Cases 2 g,3 2 5 I6, 794 [ rm at top quotations and show no mel nat10n to sub Pk m1t to the slightest concessiOn, report states that some .ro,I24 1 The market for V 1 rgmta manufactured has been well parce shave been taken off the market Western leaf stocked all the year W!thm the pa&t few mouths not bas been sought after for expot, and br1ght classes also a httJe has come to hand consigned direct to auction for home use, m str ps there has been but httle done, hnuses, wh1ch bas been sold as occasion offered, at but there IS a go"od mqutrv Vugm1a leaf has been but pnces Jeavmg little or no margm to the shipper At httle operated m and stnps have but ver1:: little atten th1s date the market appears, to be demoralized A tJdn, pnces bemg above the vews of Maryland pubhc offermg on the 14 th mst was a fizzle only a and Oh.o move off very srowly, only the brightest portion catalogued s.old, and that at a senous declme ae m demand Cavendsh has moved off but slowly, from previOus sales Importers and dealers are well a full stock IS now offenng stocked, by reason of heavy supph.:s recently recerved Tllurstlay, Yan11ary 9 -Messrs Grant, Chambers & by ratl overland and, at this date, 1 t would be ddlicult Co report as follows There IS no change to report m to place an mvo 1ce of. desuable stock j at any aavance the market for Umted States tobacco, buyers havmg upon cost and changes Durmg the past year the de only operated as 10 need Consequently the total sales mand for fine-cut ch1:wmg tobacco has matenally 10 of the week are but small, holders stdl contmue firm at creased These goods are put up Ill[ 1 oz p:.pers, tm top pnces, and for small selecuons an advance 1s now foil, and m ro lb packages (called bulk? Formerly but dem11nded, Westtm leaf and stnp&'-Owing to the little could be sold 10 bulk, but 1 t 1 s now coming mto smallness of tbe supply on the market there have been A near approximation of 1mported but few transacttons for export leaf there have been the paJ!t of all brands, 1s equal t 2 400 gtoiiS per numeroa3 enqwnes, and many orders are st1ll not u montb, or z8,8oo gross for the year here are about ecuted, leaf and stnps have only been operu brands uaed, but those mos.t 10 mand "Eu ated 10 to a moderate extent, further sales of stnps reka," rnanufactur.ed m San FranC!sc "Welcome," would have been effected had holders submitted to and "Solace," manufactured 10 New ork, and "Barshght concesstons on thear l1mtts Maryland and Oh1o ker's Amencan Eagle," E DetrOit, M&eb contmue neglected, and but little mqUiry has been ex The last named brand seems to be the avorite, sales of Cavel)dlsh has ex_penenced t'lo change, 1t ha,mg been 1o,8oo gross, or g7, 2 lbs Of seed large supphes are now on the marxet leaf tobacco, the stock on hand Jan r$, 1872, was qu1te Our monthly report IS as follows -There has been heavy and selling at low pnces, 1t not swtable for but bttle domg m the market m Umted States tobacco, manufacture, but was gradually up In May dunng the past month, buyers havmg ooly operated as the crop of r87r commenced to arn:te m good order, m need HOlders contmue to demand full rates for all and sold on arnval at fair pnces Durittg I872, Eastern descnptlons, and show no mchnatiOQ to subm1t to the sh1pments were larger tl)an m years, and at slightest concession, and look forward to higher pnces the close the stock was heavy and selhng at low pnces, further on m -the year, when, at the present rate of Connecticut runnmg lots selling at 30ct3sc, selected, so dehvenes, there w1ll be but a tnflmg stock m first han s. @6oc, Pennsylvama, 35@4oc; In rev1ewmg the market for Amencan tobacco durmg New YorK selected 3o@Gsc, Oh1o. 18@ the past year 1t will be seen that m the early part there -.a-"c, selected, :as@3oc The stock on hand at date, was but httle mqUiry, wb1ch was also the case more or and on the way, WJJI be all the wdl want less throughout the first mne months, after wh1ch buyers fer aome months A few manufacturer one year's began to reall:ze the fact of short stocks, and the small !lock now on hand make of stnpa mamfested 1tself 1n the meagre stock m ST LOUIS, :January 22 -Mr J E Haynes, Tobacco the mporter's hands, whtch at once produced a des1re Broker, rt>ports as follows. ReceiVed 37 hhds agamst on the part of buyers to freely stock themselves, and 58 tbe previous week Most of the rece1pts 510ce the later on, although holders stood out for h1gher rates, 1st came from other markets to ctty cutters, and l'lnly a sales contmued to be freely effected, and dunnc the lar.t few packages were recetved for th1 s market-not enough few months, until the last 1mpurts were sampled thers to establish pnces on the different grade&-; but the late was but ltttle to be bad There no doubt e :nsted favorable weather has enabled farmer to prepare theu throughout the year, a Wide difference of opm1on as to crops for market, and soon we shall doubtless have the future of pnces, but those who backeJ tbe1r opm1ons sales nearly every day, and enough will be done for us I by holdmg stock have reason to congratulate them to resnme quotations Fnday and yesterday (no sales selves on the result, far smce the Amencan war, pnces Thursday, Saturday and Monday) salas were 4 hhds at bave not ruled so btgh as we find them at the end of ,6@7 so, 8 8o@g go, and rg boxes, 2 at 4@4 10 S at S the year For substitutes there IS a good demand for .@S so, I at 6 go, 6 at 7@7 90 2 at 8:-llo@8 go, 1 at g so, us.,ful classes and for cgar tobacco there IS a steady 2 at 20 so@n so Btds were rejected yesterday on 1 mqUiry, and when of the reqmred quality It bnngs re hhd at 9 3 o, and 1 box a 5 so No sale to-day The numeralive rates Imports, 686 hhds Dehvenrs, quotatlonli for manufacturerl tobacco unchanged 1,21g hh:ls agamst 1,076 hhds m the correspondmg FOREIGN month of last year Stock, 14,300 hhds agamst r8,594 ANTWERP, :Janua1y ro -Mr Victor Forge, Im porter of Leaf fobacco reports -Smce our last rev1ew our market has been very qutet owmg to the small stock of all sorts ex1st10g as has been the case, for the whole year, although pnces were very firm, rather a sbade h1gher, the demand for Kentutky was mos.ly for Doth grades Vzrgmza pnmmgs offered to had a ready sale owmj! to the low pnce Maryland amportatlons found no buyers, th 1 s kmd of tobacco be mg entrrely neglected on our market The '72 crop ra1sed m Amenca seems to be very large and It IS hoped by every one to he sold at reasonable figures, 1t bemg the only way to giVe some Impulse to the de mand for the contment. Last reports from the State est1mate that the Kentucky crop wall buy very heav1ly, the consequences must be moderate pnces for common gra,_des.-Stock, 1st January -300 hhds Ken tucky, 2I do Virgima, 7S do Maryland Conncetieac Seed r-t:-Wbat It Coets ao Raise. In brtDJing ro, a Close th1s enos of p11ners--on the ala, "and 10 a few days every'tobaccomst's shop Wlll-b dh d d fi 1 1 Lo d have undergone a metamorphosis, and become, as near a n &e recor s o specl cat19fiS pa ente{ m n on as may be, the count<'rpart of the J' Wl"tb down to the year 1866, says C9pe'a Pla(ll, we v ..... "' y" are attrac ed by a number of 1ilvenbons wh1ch c an not wh:ch the t-raveller m France, in Austria, or m Italy IS be class1fied under the general heads we have hitherto already famdaar Paper lanterns, playmg cards, drugs, dealt w1th Such are, for mstance, patent charges of all that miscellaneous assortment of odds aad ends vnU. tobacco for p1pes art1fic1al a1r draughts for c 1gars; wbtch the llllunt(JI of the past has supplemented his coatmgs, to preserve rolled leaf, c1gar cases, trade may no longer hob a-nob on the same counteP holders, trays, tobacco pouches, boxes, camsters, stop Wtth the narcotic weed l'obacco has acqutred a new pers, spills, spi t toons, and splints and, most smgular dgm:?:, and Its former associates are Irrevoc a bly sevof all, tobaccos without mcotme or without tobacco at ered rom It henceforth by a new lm'! of soc1al demaralll cattoo 1 obacco 1s, m fact, become an emp1 re m Itself. There are m the hst four enrolled patentees of car wth a whole 'YSlem of State machmery UJits service-: tndges, or prepared p1pe charges, of wh1ch the earhest a Pnvv Counetl, an e'aborate executive, an army of IS Mr Hely (1859) Hts plan was to make up tobacco horse and foot, a fleet of swtft crmsers, snd a' bureau m rolls with tapenng ends, so as to fit pipes of every few yards dtstance along all the street hnes of recogmzed s1zes, wh1ch would be charged m the same the metropolis The central admmtstration wluch pre way as nfles wtth pqwder cartnd11;es In I86J, Edward Sides over the enterpnse Is nearly complete and Wolf mvented a new w1apper for such tobacco cartthe managemen t IS entrusted to a staff of ex ndges, made of thm paper saturated m a solutiOn of penenced and compe tent persons, In addtlton to. Peruvmn bark and pet fumes, w1th the object of pre Kavafian. Kahn at Galata, the konak of Mustapha Ki ventmg the mner surface of the, p1pe bowl from bewg ntly Pasha at Stamboul has been purchased, whe re all burnt or mcrusted A commumcatmn from Holman the work of sortm11: and paf:klng will be earned on, and Hale, regster'ed by W E Newton, m 1 86s, depots have been estabhshed at the Custon house of fot a..new cartndge, a cartnd,e:e p1pe or tube for smokConstantmople ana at Scutan "Under the new -sys mg, and a tobacco coated sheet of paper, fit to be tern, th e tutundps (loc a l tobaccomsts) are dtVIded mtO rolled and smoked hke leaf tobacco 1 h1s cartndge five acco rdmg to the quahty of the tobacco was a very elaborate one, mcludmg a wad of cotton m they sell, the latter bemg dtvided mto several classes 1ts base, to absorb the essenllal oil, and the patent 111 the pnce varymg from 20P to 30op per oque Th; eluded the apparatus and process for makmg 1 t Herr tutund;zs at present m possessiOn of shops mav conHolman Hale certamly deserved some credit for hts tmue the retail sale of tobacco, supplied under the Renotwn of makmg art1fical tobacco leaf, by coatmg thm gie, recel\mg a commiSSIOn of roper cent for mfenor paper tv1th httuid gun1, and spnnkhng the sheets with quahttes ranglng up to I 5P the oque, and for finer powdered tobacco--that IS to say, c oarse snuff. \Ve quahtles, 12 14 r6 and 20 per cent respecllvely Ac should hke to know how Kendal Brown or Pnnce's cordmg to the new rsgulauons, no tobacconist can reThe Hartford (Ct) Tzrnes has a good word for the MIXture, or Rappee, or Lundyfoot would answer the new h1s stock unlll all he has already received from the 1872 Connecttcut, and mdulges msomegeneral remaks smoker's purpose, so applied Modlficattons of these depot IS exhausted, less than 100 oques of vanous on tobacco culture and blmilar ideas were patented by Samuel M) ers on kmds never bemg dehvered at one Ume' but if thiS The reports about the total failure of the crop of '72, the part of EhJah Mers, 10 September of the same quantity be found msuffic1ent, the retailer m a y be supm consequence ofmldew and rot, kaze been mutll exag year' but these do not call for spectal descnpllon phed wtth an addttlonal rso or 25 oques Tutundjzs gtrated It IS a story told m the mterest of packers and There are also four patentees of mvenuons !or 10 who carry on at the same time the busmess of drug speculators A great deal of last year's cwp, tt 1s true, creasmg the draught of Cigars, which have the ment of (aklltatS) are bound to separate the respective. seems to be hopele,sly spotted-the more s the pty, for smgulanty George Augustus Huddart led the way m place s of sale by a partltlon, haVIng no commumcatton a good tobacco crop makes a great deal of difference J8so wtth a destgn for coating the twiste d end of the whatever the one with the other The. tobacco w11l be m the pockets of the farmers hereabout, and produces cgar With cement-to be made of aml)er, gutta perch a, dehverea for sale m stamped packets (the lowest price a de01dedly 'easter' money market Last yen's to mdta rubber, or other water proof substance, and per-bemg 2o paras per packet ) wh1ch the dealer must not bacco prom1sed to make a supenor crop, and the quality foratlng thts mouthpiece With several small holes In destroy, anrl the l?.tter IS also forbidden to have on hi& was supenor Agamst such a contmgency as the m1s 1352, the same gentleman Improved upoll hts former prem1ses scales, we1ghts, or kmves to cut the fortune whtch has befallen 1t, no foresight or care could tdea, and devsed for dnlhng Cigars from enrl In every case of contravenhon these Objects will be. effectuaJly guard But the calam1ty IS not total A good to end w t th small holes, and fittmg these, as weJI as se1zed and the shop closed It seems thus pretty plam many lots have been saved m good hape, firm, clean, coatmg the tips, or mouhplece ends, wtth tubes and that the admmistrallon of the Rege 10tended to act and strong enough to answer allrequ1re ments and the&e capsules In 1863 when Mr Huddart would seem to stnctly m theu future relations wuh the tobaccomsts will bnng good pnces Holders seem to be m no hurry have had this branch of contrivance all to himseli for and many of them, tt IS believed, Will close thelf shop; to sell-feehng assured that the lots they hold will be over thiTteen ye rs, Harry Farncombe Hodson entered rather than submit to the new regulations. worth more by and by than they are now On thiS pom t the field with a specificatiOn for provlstonal protectiOn, less, the consumptiOn of thiS arucle by the pubhc willl the News Leiter of Westfield says 'The weather has which smgular enough to be descnbed One or nndergo no change, and the In order to have not been favorable to tobacco stuppmg, and but littie of more lateral perforations are punched," says the places of sale as wtdespread as w1ll conse the crop has been taken down A few buyers, or rat her abndged specificatiOn, dnlled, or otherwise mad quently Itselt opea numerous shops, especially m the -exammers, havo: been around mvestigatmg the weed, through theiop at a Suitable distance from the pomt, vdlages Agents are already on, tile look out for thiS but few sales are reported Present md1cat1ons are thnt either durmg the manufacture or The purpose, nnd-the new are t9 receiVe a ned 1t w1ll be late m the seasoo belore stripptng wll be fa rlv ffi f od d ( ) b b pay of from five to s1x hras a month. "The somncr d d th h I I fid same e ec I& pr uce y onng or out and .,ackmg of tile tobacco are cam-"' on In an exte commence an ose w o p ace 1mp 1c1t con ence m .one or ntore laterali'Joles }*tnall)" tf1rough the top, and "' k h h h ocu the representallons of most of the buyers w11l be apt to a vertical hole through the pomt, and makmg good SIVe wor s op w 1ch t e country has established 111 cons1der theu crop nearl)l wortllless, and sell 1t for the sad pomt round he sad ( 2 ) by leavmg such Stamboul, near the: tomb of Sultan Mabo!,noud, where, so11g, as we understand that of the woulu be pur a bole m the top at the tune accomst:;' shops m the1r distobacco land, and worth, for that purpose (when once we perceiVe tt was proposed to as dry sau tncts, note the sales and what remams m stock, regiSter brought mto the nght cond1t1on) a very htgh figure The l!Bge of tobaccp fillmg m a skm .of gal!ze, mmed .and the tobacco dehvered. have an eye upon the stores and pnce of an acre, we are told, has actuallv been rolled m a covermg of real or tobacco fh generally keep the central admmistration mfo;med offered, and as promptly refused for tobacco lands 10 15 a speces of "smoke With which we have not had of what IS gomg on A spectal preventive serv1ce bas South Wmdsor, seven or eight miles from the, city the feltc lty to become acquamted. In the same cate also been orgamzed to check -smuphng This body fhere are lands m that ne1ghhorhood wh1ch would bnng gory of useless pato:nts we are dsposed to place that of consists of 200 mounted men, under the orders of daviS nearly: if not qwte, an acre, 'fougncultural pur-Larazus Morgenthau (December, I864), for steammg JOnal supenntendents of which there wdl be one poses, or as much as the market gardens aud farms m tobacco-leaves wtth spmt and afterwards steepmg It m m each of the eleven already described, East New York, and on the Brooklyn border Ths extract, and essence, aRd' oil of pmes and every supenntendent will have a couple of horses great priCe, whch five years ago would have been There are nearly forty patents for cgar cases some and a four-oared calque, at his diSposal This force deemed not only fabulous but preposterous for agncul of which are very smgular, and about thirty fo; cgar l:owever Will scarcely be sufftcaent to baftle the cun tural land m Connecticut, has reached (m but fe" holders' whle there are two patented cgar trays A mng and perseverance of the smugglers, and Will IOstances as yet) almost solely by the devdopment of certam Mr Smth took out a senes of patents 10 March' probably be IOcreased to four hundred men PersiaD the obacco culture fhls mterest has made so m e lands I846, which stamped him as one of the most mgemous tumbekt for nargtlehs and foreign cigars are not Within m South Wmdsor worth almost as much, acre for acre, of men, although they probably to help hm to the JUnsdlcton of the Rege, except that m so far that as lots m the outer surburbs of Hartford An any great fortun e or fame He made whipS walkiOg the Government has ceded to It a porhon of the 1maverage crop ( m quahty) of Connecticut tobacco stJCtks, and umbrellas, With compartments to hold hot or port duty levted by the State upon these arttcles, and shou ld command an average pnce of 30 ceots a cold hqmds, to warm the hands m cold weather, to heat It wtll, therefo re, guard agamst their fraudulent entry. pound (Some select }ots wdl be worth two or three them m warm, to hold Cigars, match boxes, snuffboxes, and have stai)J.ped bands affixed at the Cusom -h ouse times that pnce, and some mfenor lots will go for and-a lookmg glass I And, not content with this upon alltmported tumbeki and cgars All ctgars in 20 cents, but JO IS not an unfau average to count on, achievement, he designed a sandwich box With a store Wll be Slamped wuh the Rege stamp by ts own bemg under, rather than over the mark ) Countmg for Cigars, a recess m the cover for carrymg hquor, With officers "Holders of tobacco have received public. nothmg for land rent, or Interest, the followmg outlay, drinking mouthptece and a mirror for a hnmg After notificatiOn that their tobacco mJ,Jst be stamped at the: per ac.e, Will be encountered by the toba c co grower-this, we despau of 'further sensatio n, and p a ss calmly Regte not later than the r3th mst' after which all toro ::ords IT anur at $16 per cord .. $r6o over Sanderson's dressmg case (March I861) with bacco not thus authontatlvely marked wtll be :;ubject Plowmg and managmg the crop -75 ctgar and Ctgarette cases embodied Joseph Izod'; safe to set.,;ure ,md confiscation We attach httle fa 1th to Interest on an $8oo shed 2sx7o 3 uers and an ty cgar and fusee case, Tegsterect' 10 1 g 5g, and even the current rumor that the Regte has asked perm1ss1on tt of the Government to search pnvate houses 1f necesa 1 c 40 the apparatus "for p1ercmg and holdmg cgars," to be D used also "as a tobacco stopper, pencil case, wh 1 stle, sary omlcnary VISits can only be made by VIrtue of 'Iota) -----127S We take tl)e market pnce of the ferllhzer,and whether the tobacco grower has tt already m hts compost heap and barn cellar, or buys 1t, tt IS worth 1ts market nnce The $75 pays for all care and gettmg the crop to mar ket, and the $8oo shed, wh1ch Will hold two acres 01 large tobacco, should be counted m th1s estimate th1s total cost of $27 5 (wh1ch IS a large allow ance for expense), we have on the lowe&! esumate, an aggregate y1eld of r,6oo pounds per acre, and I,7oo would be nearer the mark Th1s, at 30 cents, would bung f.s to leavmg a 11tl p1ojit of $235 per acre At this rate bur small tvbacco .farmS' do not need to be as b1g as "alt out doors, m order to return the farmer a very handsome profit Where a ltttle patch o only five acres bnngs m a net profit of 1t need not be won dered at that so many of our farmers take to tobacco growmg, or that tobacco lands command such h1gh pnces" 1 h k a formal JUdtcial warrant, and m Turkey, where there sea toot P 1 C or watch key," patented m Apnl, r866 are so many tnbunals of vanous nat1onaht1es th1s auNothmg would us now short of a cigar case thonsatlon would not be easy to obtaiin SAW DUST SPI1 TOONS -A genera} agent of a heavy old fire msmance company, wh1le stoppmg m the c1ty, related, sa yo; an exchange an mc1dent showmg the care le ssness of11. young man, who threw a partly consumed cigar mto a saw dust sp1ttoon and came near destroymg; ten tho u sa nd dollar 's worth of pro pert) a clty. Reader, h ave you a saw dust spittoon 1 Advertisements. FOR SALE -PLUG fOBACCO MACHINERY, capable ol producln. 1 ,sao pounda a day, all set up and tn complete order Thali i1 the only Plug Fac tory tu the State and can command a large Northem and Wt: stern 1 rade PRICE VERY LOW For furthe r partJcuta1s address GEO LHOMMEDIEU, DzTROtT1 MICHIGAN 413 4t To rOBACCO A !RAVELLING SALESMAN havla Tt!!t-Year:s expenence, and a large acquatnt.a.n c e through thts State and the \Vest and wb l S thoroug hly posted tn BUYING AND PACKING 'IOBACCO Is opea for a SITUATION W1th a good House AddrLIVERPOOL, :January 11 -Mr J W Smythe, Tobacco Comm1sson Merchant, reports -Dunng the past ten days although th1s tobacco market has been qu1et, It has been very firm, and sales of both Western and V1rgmta Trade leaf, have been to a satisfactory extent, but as our market IS almost bare of stnps man ufacturen and dealers bad no alte:rnatwe but to supply thems elves wtth leaf. Shippers to Afnca have recently been domg ltttle or nothmg, trade betng reported dnll at the prmc1pal ports on the coast, at latest dates, the Palm Oil season bemg ended, no doubt however, re sumpt10n of busmess m leaf for Afnca wtll take place shortly Imports smce rst mst, 447 hhds DeliVenes 527 hhds hhds 111 I871, 14,379 hhds m 187o, 17,910 hhds 10 r86g, 16,729 hhds m r868; 21,982 hhds m r867; and 23,782 bhds m 1866 Vngmta leaf and stnps have t-een m moderate demand, some few sales of the former, both of ncb and bnght tobacco have been effected at current rates, m stnps the transactions have been hrmt ed, and but Jew have found buyers, owmg m a great meR sure to the advance demanded by holders Ken tuc:;ky and M1ssoun leaf and stnps have been but mod erately dealt m the former, for export, has been m demand, but the market IS now nearly bare of all classes. stnps have only been taken as m need, and no tJansactlons o{ Importance have been entered mto, holders contmue very firm at top quotatiOn s, wh1ch It IS anticipated wilf be readily obtamable further on Mary land and Oh10 have only been operated m to a very hm1ted extent, there IS a fa1r supply now m the market of really good to fine classes whtch 1s well worthy the attention of buyers Havana ctgas, when well made and of gcod appearances, contmue to sell read1ly, and at full pnces, common and ordmary classes are very d1fficult to place, even at a great reducuon on IOVOice rates Havana Tobacco -Wilh but little offenng, the1e are few transactiOns to note, and these are ch1efly confined to fillery descnptlons, wrappers bemg almost unsaleable Yara -Nothmg whatever m the market Cuba, of fine flavor IS m demand a parcel of 460 bales arnved dunng the month, and provmg of good quabty, was placed at once Man1lla cheroots and c1 gars, when sound and fa1rly made, meet a ready sale, but some of the late arnvals have conststed of cigars and cheroots m a bad and mmst condmon, many of them belllg qutte pen,hed Manilla tobacco conuuues m demand when of good useful quahty, the stock of wh1ch IS now much reduced Columb1an-Ambalema contmues m request, but \\ tth nothmg offermg Car men-Our market IS now qu1te bare of anythmg m first hands arnvals of good, well ,assorted pat eels would come to a good market G1ron-There bemg none offermg we have nothmg to report, Palmyra, when LYNCHBURG (VA) TOBACCO STATISTICS -Below we giVe" a compatatlve statement of mspect10ns of hogs heads and boxes, and rece1pts of lo0se tobacco, from October 1, r87r, to January I, 1872, and from 1st of October, 1872 to January I, 1873, m Lynchburg combmmg m Itself the convemences and advantages of a feather bed, a water bath, a Hogshead of Burgun dy, and a fire escape Th1s last Idea IS our own and as yet unsecured by patent, but we rely upon the gener ostty of our readers to save us from the m1senes that }lottentots so often mfhct upon gemus, and wh1ch Mark fwam has so feehngly expose.d Havmg made them a present of th1s valuable suggestion, we w1ll take our leav.e for the present of Tobacco Patents with a glance at the tantahzmg mventmn of a pubh an's tobac co box, reg1stered m 1849 by Samuel Stoc er; wh1ch receptacle was so destgned as to prevent the smoker from fillmg h1s p1pe until he had depos1ted hts money m the hd, or to take more tobacco out of the box th a n the automatiOn w1thm was prepared to certify he had been pa1d for There IS a cymcal mgenu1ty .\bout th1s rna chtne winch plamly mdtcates a family hkeness bdween the m 1entor and D10genes Mr Stocker evtdently d1d not believe m honest r
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4 .. ..'1 t'DE 'LEA.W. .JAN. 28 '"lu.ll SPNflE-BaoroEBS & co, DOHAN, CARROLL & Co.t ESTABLISH&D IN BT CHARI;ES M. CONNOLLY. OP; 'I'IIB CBLURATKD. TO::SACCG CONNO-LLY cl co., 1\MBflQSI/t, COMMISSION .MERCHANTS, COIIIIISSIONINERCHANTS -104 FRONT STREET, Lea,f and Ma,nufacturec1 Tobacco, 45 WATER. STREET, NEW YORK. We respectfully caU the attention of the trade to the following Standard Brands {)f Manufactured Tobacco: POUNDS-I I AND 12 INCH. WINE SAP, GOLDEN SEAL, OA.LLEGOi. STAR, TWIN SISTER II, ....... L Y ub I ROY A"-< S'l ti.:ND.uu>, 8RICHT AND DARK-4s, 6s, AND T ... ICKS. PEARL, DEW D lOP, -:JIORODINA, PEABODY, VHA.J!Jp,_ :>NE, -,.,rATER LILY, DIABE!II, BLAVKB .. .RD, tEA. Kll!IG, YAVHT CLtJB, APROPOS, e&o., ete. TWISTS-12, 9 AND 6 INCM. GAME COCK AND HENRY CO. ROUGH AND REA.)Y IN DRt;VS. oLL y V A.RDBN, A I'LA!Il'l'J(' VAHLE, BON A , to which we inv'te the atten Jn o t the trade. e :00"'\VNE e& FRITH, 7 BURLING SLIP, NEW YORK, IIJlo'bacCo OoJDmisslon Merchants d Sole Proprietors of the Celebrated Brands of Smoking Tobacco: Bee, Early Dew, Prairie Blouom, Red Jill.ver, Powhattan, Enterprise, Olr! Eentuok, Old Loc Cabin, Cow Blip, Planters' Cboioe, P:oueer of the West, Sunny Bouth,9 Our IJooej'Dew. Al so Sol e Agi>t!tlo fl>r lbe United States fur 1. P. HAWKINS & CO.'S GOLD FLAKE. Cit i jAMES M. (.;ARDtNER, CHARLES M. COITNOl 'LY. lo OINCINN ATI, 0. Being located at the GREAT LEAF ToBACCO, onr facilities for snpplying the TRADE "1th ALL GltADES Oli' FINE CuT and SMOKING a re unsurpassed. AND PackerS of Domestic Leaf Tolaeco. 1 WEISS, ELLER & KAEPPEL, IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS m HAVANA TOBACCOS, 229 PEARL STREET, NEW. YORK. TOBAcCOscOiiSsYONEMERcBAirs,l Er. 84 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK, .. TOBACCO & COTTON FACTORS EDWARD M. WRIGHT & CO. neral ClnrnDinion :'fr r dint/ from VIRGINiA and NORTH CAROLINA, comig11. menu of. LEAF, MANUFACTCREDand SMOKING Tobaccos. General 00mmiSS10llMerohan 3e Broad Street, ... U!ODL ,._ c c. RUfiLT"l! .. .. u DOAD STltEE'l., N.Y YORK ____ ....;... ________ SeedLeaf Tobacco Inspection. Ialpee&ed .... led, Certil!catea giveu Cor everr Cll88, and daU'1'91114 -. to_._ e.te. N.B.w. _,. JMd11NII'-fllttrw. Tlt. H. V"ETTERLEIN'S SON, -I: F. C. LINDE & CO., -t >"BI'NCIP&L OPF1Cir-14S WaSer 8&1'M&. -. Wa&er}IT3 trroa&, 7-1,78 aad 71!1 Greeawlell ........... 1. L If fl wn.e.-n Mal Read Depoa, 8&. .Jnolaute Park. L. F. S. MACLII'.HOSE. ALEXANDER MAITLAND. \ COMMISSION "ERCHANT,, :f_\\'t li. MAITLAND 4 TOBACCO AND FACTORS, C IJ._ .. P. f)_ Box4.19R. 6 CEDAR STREET, NEW Blakemore, Mayo & Co., JDI&P" nCB, romr II'I'8UIIDll. ---.,; ____ .--' GIIOR,.. k' ;RK. SPEBCEB BROS & CO COXVTSSIO!l KERCRANTS, in Leaf' Tobacco 1fo. 15 Jlaiden Lane, NEW YORK 7. B. SPBNCBIL C. C. 8PB.NCRIL A.. SPDCEIL lOI:&PH A. no.a. a: B&O. --llaVIIDa Tf;)'bacao 4XDOZO ...... .., .. .a.uu;, .... ._ l woaa.

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I '.JAN. 29 l'liB ..-oBA.CCO Lllr .A.JI( M-ANUPACTUR.IlR. <>r C'IG_AR BOXES, SUPERIOJl MAKE AND ... ) .. 'Prime Ouall.ty of' ALS:f" .7S Bowery, Ne-w .. ...... UFMANN & .BONDY, MANUFACTURERS OF FIRE CIGARS, '51 KAmzm z.&R'Z, !lew_ p ..... _._.... =--= ,.:t:";:;;;;.;. EUCEN E DU BOIS, L. assJ!'R'I' & ilao. Commissson ,.Merchant;, '' FOR THlii!A.LB or CoM_MISSIOJ.! MERCHANTS Lear. ..., Dv.r.mie ll{ &U.IDIQie-T 0 B .4 c c Leaf T b -76 FB.O .. YT St., New York. 0 0000; Jloan!aetlmld Tob&ceo or all Stylea and Qualltleo, .U. .._ York. reet trolft t.lle beot mannfactorleo or for .. \I. Water Street,_ ... Iota to ollit owcl>&lerL f'ELIX MIRANDA9 I LBlaraDIO. A B&1 0. CICARS "RITICA," LEAF TOBACCO, i 195 p 1 s N y W.A.TEB-BTBEET. JTJIW-YORX, ear t, ew ork. Baftoale.Utlllldou MIWJ' Half......._ G. Dttl, Tbe Pet, Pounds ($lb. bo&es j )oeeph G Dill, The Pet, Poolr.et .Paeces, !OIIeph G. Diii,-MiM .J-nie, Lipt (Twinsl, osepb G. DiH, Butterlly Twiot, oseph G. \medlum bript). AGENTS li'OR. THE BALE OF A : .:t L THE oklpg, JosephG. Dill, Glpsr Queeo (bright), I Smoltlaf, Jooepl> G. DIU, Aacieo. (odldm I 188 WATER __. ........ Tobacco Commission -, SPECIALTY--M.lNlTFACTlJBED Sl'IIOiilNG TOBACCO, $' Standard Brands of Virginia and N olth Carolina Manufactured unde r Special Brands wholesale Jobbing Trade. u-ANUFACTURED TOBAnco ..::=::=E=:::::;;;;:. lUft \:J MANUFACTURERS OF And SOLE AGENTS for the Sale of the following_ Br.ands of MESSRS "LA NORA'"'I" & "LA PEiftPEnmo" niGABQ. THOMAS & Ouv&R, and D. C. MAYO & Co., Rtchmond Va. : .DI 1111 11\ U 1 U U, And of Exact Imitationa1of Lea.d.il1g Imported l!ra.nd.a Hand-m<>de 01....-. exclual.vely, MANUFACTURED. MANUF ACTUR.. ALSO, I)EALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, :a. w. MANUJI'ACTUJMm 011' CIG.AB BOXES, AND lloiPOilTBR. 011' CIGAR IODLDS, Cilar-lmdd --itrililS -ani eutrern, 263 SOUTH Y. 257 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK. : AUERBACH -I; IENDEBSOI,; ,.ANUFACTURERS OF PINE No. 138 WATER STRE 8 r _.,. FUNKE'S CtCAR TRIMMER, e PATlfN'rBD .nTLrll4, rip. r' Wal'l'aftted sup!!rior to any_ Machine in the M..e.t.: :PltmS-Trlmmers (with t3.ca '1'112m!lera (w!tbollt :Butt. Spllfaer) l.aL Liberal.Diacoant \o Agents, or for Whelellle of.den. I best C!GAlUOOFE in ua,!\WIIo116 FREDERICK FUNKE,. DETROIT, ________________________________ CHA'S. E. SPIER & co.. t SOL AGEITS FOR G UNITED &TATES AND CANADAS. Ol' OSJ:llfJIB'O'CK & CO'S. J; f ., i ., J:l ', Jl 1W & .. .; PATENT '"' SMOOTH CROSS-CUT CIRCUi.ARB .AW,o:Saw Ctds lll':J /Upd of Woof/ as s-oth as' Pl.i'tud, ''' saves 1'ime anrl particularly Juifu! {qr -GIGAR.,B(},)rj MANUFACTURERS. For Sawr tnul Sllup Rigkt_ afP.fTTrr C. B. LICHTENBERC, Det,it., Micll., or at my Jl.ffia, CHARTER'S r 18g PEARL NEW YORK, COIIOirSEiSE CIGAR IOULDS, M s E. .. PukiiiM _,jprilo !17 ALOMON, ...-.. \ n-.m ... td .. r used b)'som or the largest manu.M. a E. SALOMON, &cturel'a in the Uflited States, ltnd the -lnuse. TheaboYecutrepresentsthemadrine;A, PACKERS OF S;r LEAF, fl' Ia ball of a 11'l01l!' F w BECK & c "" DA.COO MNtr?AC"!'URKE.S for oa.ncelliug 1iiiJ !Jf!NUFA6TU&lNG COMPANY, t>mp in SEIEBrs, &nd is tho O?>L'f ,... .., 1 1872 P ll.'AC'riOAL DEVICB for the J>Ol'P0"6 J.J.U>..Do 'T Park Plaoe, over olferqd to lhetraet. MAR 1872, '" Send orders as euly as poasible, as 1i re ""' q"ire oonlriolerablluneto ma.koafullset F W BECK &00 P.KVKDl TOB'OCO B'fliP O&!lm.Lill. or Bni!s, Tne prieco ofthio and Ba.nda 18 fixed, a.nd under no o tro umeta.ncei 1 O Smd j(lr a Cirtular ia nny oneauthonoed to them. !fAR 1872 No.6 Fletcher St., New York. 172 WATER. INewYork Agency. -xu o.tu1ulfAL Chicago Agency A. BEN & CO., uR 84 M GEO. F. FOY &'"'co R. STEINECK.E J SCHMITT. A. STEIN & CO., E. SPINGARN & CO., Comssion MercJ.:ants, AND D"ZAL:E118 1M AI.L DESClUPTI.ONB 0:1' 85 S. Water St. !lpecrial at leoti on paid to the forwanlillg of """""""' foreign ooun tries. HEYMAN & LOWENSTEIN b DOKESTIC LEAF TOBACCO, Leaf T 0 a c c 0 8P1YIJABN ;::::::Jacturers The unpreced onted sale this popular Tob>CCO has caaocd 203 STREET, b 1 W T.'BLACKWEll, feited,and to prevent impool-lllPORTERS OF 43 l.iberty St. AllD DBAL&B [l( DOMESTIC In Case> of so and 100 lboi B.&V.&B'.& _...._,. yo-mo..,.. CITY. L E A F T 0 B A c c 0. jj/',.,<1,'1 Street, k to e extens lv e y counterS accesror t o .r. R GREENE & co. .... M FRIEDMAN tion when purch.1sing: Durham, be to enquire DURHAM, N. C. h b 99 lllaiden Lane, N.Y... I NEW YORK. ROBERT r: kELLY A. co. w T. WELL'S BULL Cowlghh ...... ooornllngtol BRAND, and see t atlte. A S ROSENBAUM & CO A H CARDOZO & CO IW all LATE OF ST. LOUIS, Mo.) my Tr>de Mark. 1 -___:.:T'R....:. A._ n 'F. _'M'_ A_:"P'--1'<. -. -=---" DfPORTER8 OF L. CERSHEL & BRO.?. ., 34 mEET, NEW YOBX, Dealer In an kinds of L. HIRSCHORN & GO. FATMAN &; co .. HAVANA TOBACCO AND CIGARS, SiiGn.A:Res, Tobacco&Cottonfactors. HAVAil oWSORmSiAYAIA LEAF TOBACCO Cotton and 'l'obaeeO """ .,....,., ..,..., """'""' .,..,,,. 'l"'"''CCO ., llD And Sole Agents for tbe Brand {(: Factors, ....,.........,...., ,...-. ........., ......,_,.. ._ $j Alao all Kinds o.! Lea! ll WI II l!iJl tltl if\\ Yi)) AND COMMISSION No. t62 WATER_ STREET, Genenl 8om.milaion "SUPERIOR DE JOSE MARIA VICHOT," I17 WATER ST NEW YOBX. At WJ 1 ... 0 .. _., BRow STREET.. No. 86 M..A.IDEN LANE, KEY WEST FLORIDA. 8g WATER STREET, NEW YOR No. 1.23 Pea.rl Street, New Yoaok 0 K :: :=. } HW YOftK. CG.

..-.u ....... H.NA'CHAN. L KISBU. R. A. YOUNC I& BRO., :t, :z:SSJI:N dk CO., t T9BACCO Gelleral. eo-lssiOD Berehaats, Wholeaie Dealers ill BDDR tiiiiSSIBIIIICRAn 1Jo. 4 {IRON ,rioifr Billt.DlliG,: A s BIJOGmfwtl street, c No. ISS W TER TREET, PetenlaunL va. J1EW YORK. lS8 l'EAit. ,S'i.lWi't, P. o. :a-: 19e9. 'lfEw Y.o:RIJ:'. ta-au ._._ -.::-I t', .. WJIL WIC.B:B a Oo--MA-NUPACTURRS OF Segar. Boxes, un. U9' & 181 OOE:aclt n. KEW 'I'OJtB'. .iJ.d .lllnWI tmtl SMpir MIIM jp .!J4. .. tuul 167 Water Strt>et, New y,..,-J,:-SIECKE & WANNACK; Manufacturers of / GJ:CIABS, 8 Rivington StreeQ BEwYOBJL

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() MARKS, RALPH & CO., lll OOIOllB8IOB WQCWA'ITS roa SALB Ol' 8!1lR 92 Lombard and 5 Water St., ,-....--. .._ .,. BECK .. HAYIEN. r.ptrten Ud hllmJ CeJDIII.Io lmlwltl, IN. Seed Leaf a.nd TOBACCOS. N. W. CAaries allli PI'Q/t SU ., SAL TIMOR. MD. 117, 1X. 'BA.RKJ!'a. H, r Cti.ANDL&E. ,.._E W A: J!K. BARKER, CHANDLEE CO. MANDFACTURIRS OF CI&ARS And Wholesale Dealen ip. LEAF 'l'OEACCO, No. 31 GERMAN STREET, O p poite Ca1'011to n H o t e l, SAL TIMOR. No. 60 SOUTH G.AY STREET GOl.D OIG.W. (110-ftlJ BAL TIMOR-IE. MD. lfi7 Special Brands Mamafactured t o o rder.,_ loll. l!clloiOana. "' HlCOL4-' SC:DROEDER .t r Coamaieoioa lll LOUIS GIESKE & C O., COMMISSION MERCHANT&, AND DEALE R S IN LEA.F TOBACCO, 42 South Charles Street, BALTIMORE, MO. RICARD5, LEFTWICH & CO., Leaf Tobacco Factors S3 EXCJI,LVGE PLACE, Baltimore. P. A, ALBREC:!:II.'1 L S oiUlG D I!ll .ALBRE C H T & SCHROD E R WHOLESALE DEALERS ::s HAVANA .um Seed LeafTobacco, 62 South Calvert st., Baltimore Md. HIGHLANDER TOBACCO WORKS L. L. .ARMISTEAD, Proprietor, Lynchburg, Va The fUilaarlng hlR b l y popoia bronds nro Munfoctured at tbese W<>rka ... in tbe mooa llty)ee, 'iL I Oeciclen.t.at, HIMhlO.J1dcr. C,'ubu.na, AtllC.ItJh .. 'J l)lck '.i.'at.er lt.c:.d C utter, Nt:t. Cor buideoj !"-uec:ta.J llr..nndt:" Tbe nnpPeeN)enled f11eceas of th'&e bas readered .ot parlicu1arly DCC"lanry to incrPa.re ancl im p r ove UWI h ue ofmaabfdery, :&flcl to a.large addtt1on w tho Factory. "ithiutbc put. f e months, tDGft c.b "'dAIUbb I h e lonn&r.C"fl"Cl>IT. PIM-lio l a and olrcnlars tllrw:arded on o.ppllcatloll ,.w.. L D.ElEIM. Agent, ; I B LANGSDORP, A gent fer the MS Wate r st, N ) oVes t and Boutn. < ilrdero f!OUclle:l J_. ... '"'".;;;;";.;.. ..;.' ____ _.....;.;...;..1u __ Lou.hnrille Advertf&mDe:iats. S. W. VI!NABLL R P HAMILTON. S. W. VENABLE & CO., G W. WI-CKS & CO.! D.h 'ALERS IN LEAF AND MANYFACTURERS Ofi } s:;enti!l fur t I l'ale of PrLDG TOBACCO, PETERSBURG. VA. .. ;;;;;;;;;;;LEAF CIGARS, 10'2 ltCPN STBEET, (Betw .. n 8cJ and G:so. -,v. Wtau. l Loutswllle. "' N .FvUt. f Jjabann anb Jraf MILL S'I'BI:I:T, Boclaeter. N. Y. P. F. SEKONIN &. CO., Bomd City Tobacco Wor C. & R. DORMITZER & CO., 0 A T I. I N. W HOLESAL E DEALERS TOBACCO BBODI Main St., L.OUISVILLE) KY. ..... .. LEAF TOBACCO AND CIGARS, Fine-Out, Ohowmg & Smokmc SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO, =Fi=-v-e=B-ro"':"':th:-e-rs--:T=o-=-b-a.c-(i--:0 w=-o-rks,.... \ Toba.ceo, Killickinick, &o., ALL XINDS OF suo:ams ABTICLES. JOHN F INZER B E N F lNZER, FRED. ... 701 llfo.a 1eeen4 lltr...... Market St., bet. 2d & 3d Sts., RUDOL P H FINZER, NICHOLAS FINZER. ft.z.ovza,-ST. -.o. FINZER &. BROS., :MANUFACTURERS OF -....,.....,.:.....______ "FIVE BROTHERS NAVY," "VIRGIIiiA W 'LL ., DELVIil .MASON, F'LACC & PINE APPLE," AND "PIN-CAKE" 11. 11 WHOLESAE DEALERS IN TOB!!CCOS. .-commission Merchants FinBCllt, Plug, & SmOlin[ Tobaccos. 13 ct; ta THIRD sT Loukrille, Ky. J'OR T.B JI BAr.. O P AND I N MANUFACTURED AND LEAF TDBAC .. O Boston Advertisements. CIGARS. No. 320 North Seoo:Qd @t;,. St. Louu, Mo. 1.56 Michigan Ave.,Chicago." McEIJtOY BROTHERS, fubacco lferchaall AND SOLE AGENT'! F OJt WIGHT & STEVENS, BUCHAIIN & LYALL'S TOBACCOS, Coattmissioll merchants ,. a4 BROAD STREE'!, BOSTON, MASI of SPANISH c. o. HOLYOKE ;4ftd Pa.ckers oft Domestic Leaf' Tobacco Michigan Avenue, Chicago. COKKISSION DRCHANT G. W LANGHORNE. j H FLOO D. _......;G. W. & CO., Ha.nufa..ooturers of following celelnted :Brazads cf VIR.GINIA SMOKI.NG TOBACCOS, Jefferson Street, between 7th and 8th, 1\1 C II BUR G,0 VIRGINiA. Bob White, in Clot h D e er F'lam, in Clotb-.Johnny Reb ir:a Cloth Westward Ho! in Cloth Aunt Sall i e s Choi& in Clot h Rus tic in Cloth Dew Drop in Cloth Joijy Boy, in Cloth Old White Hat, 'In LEAF and MANUFAOTUBED TOBAOOO, :1.2 Central BOtJtMt.. Ferdinand Jr., AGENT AND .A < o .t BREMEN, GERMANY. And other Choic e Grade s All Bran.d of ov Tobaoooe paored i o C llli8S to s n i t pnrohMers, FREE OF EXTRA miAJlQ E I M. H. CLARK & BRO., and '"'the new and popular otyle of to suit the dilf.n-ent marketll of the wor l4 FACTORY No. 6, FIFTH DISTRiCT. .j cr c. York, LEAF TOBACCO BROKERS, OLABBSV II dAB, 'I"ID\IB.,

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... A N .29 l'DM ., 1 LIIIIIIU. WF DEALERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. SliU.FF T.&.KIBG. of a practice now so generally disliked, and 10 easluBritain: 9Ucta as of po(Mllatio.._ r ing, as that of snuff-taking, but, during the last three greater number and aize of factories, causing aa aaaull Its tJ'IIUJ Ia PreTeBtlaJr BroBebiUt, years, I have had many opportunities of observing multiplication in the number of indoor workmen, _.._ Uoa, e&c., willa PreserlpU .... .II h h 1 f _._ t at, 10 ope ess coues-o consumption, patients could instead of the fresh air the country, are compeUecl 1'11110801tR I!CHWABTZ .. 00 ()ntlar ... II ......... r.-1. 0 .............. r-t-r._.._ 'I ...... ..,.._ :PIUlfCJlB ""'::C."'""'"' LMI,..,_eb wallerd>aat. USHKR & PRAOOI'T ............ Ooattlnl aad 'li ....... t ... Loaf. IA.YES CT.A.ltlC .......................... CIIffiug a'Dd Manufacturing L"r. WOLI!OLK & GLKN.N ................... Co.,tins a'Dd MMufactnrlng Leaf. W'. I. 011.Ali'!'. & 00 ...................... Outtmr and l!anuf'lwtw:ng L<>af. It: BARBOUR ..... .. Ou.ttint and I eaf not stand snuff; on the other hand, whea they were able for ten or more hours daiiv to insn.ire pre-breathed ..:.. I BY JOHN C. MVRRAY', M.D., F. A S. L I r .. N E W MARK' -MARR!AG OF A PROMtto to erate tt, they have that artack, alo ften rendered still mote effete innumerable -.Ia n [C()n/inued 'r'"' 7anuary 15.] th h 't be h b 1 a-NENT MEMBER OF TH&-N&w .1' oug 1 may premature to say t at t ey are permatghts ; certain employments, especi ly alllidst minet'M ORLEANS TRADE IN CIN CHAPTER II. nently rc;stored to health. It is with great diffidence, dust, e. g. in heffield, where "grinder's rot" is coafind the foloRTAT!ONS FROM TuRKEY A!U> SPAIK, QVALITY AND t'Oil. SALE BY ., J. SCHMITZER. 33 CENTRAL WHARF. MASS.; or W. & A. LEAMAN, No. 67 BROAD-STREET, NEW YORK 1i7 NO WITH DOMIIi:STIC LICORIC"-yACTOR!ES. ""SS DEFIANCE CIGAR. MANUFACTORY, D. MBSCH & CO., Sli'l' Bowe.r:r aa4 174 wa ....... NEW: YOBIL 8lle Propd.:ora ot tho r ctlo .. lna bf Oem Coprr'.glad llnndo: DRII'IANCII, EL TtmPUJB'IXI, l'ALSTAP'P, JUP1TRR. I'HB LION, UNIVBRSA.L BTAJWAIID. HULLt\'11:){, I U LltOAL 1'1!NDBil, LO:-Ito: 8'1AR. G&KB RliO':,'IJs'irr 'J !IE: PI!L!Cllf, n""" DEALKRS 1:::<1' Lls.A.F TOBA.OOO, Ill\ n .. .... .l WR.:il'i'iiiRS A JAMES E. JESUP, TOBACCO BROKER, HopkiDsville, KentuCky. ORDER!l !IQLICITED> JAMES M. WISE, (Formerly of W ISt! BROTHERS), COLUMBIAN BLOCK, OPPOSITE TODA.OOO EXCHA.liOB, RICHMOND, VA, COMMISSION MERCBAIT roR THli: PlJRCHASII OP' LEAP '.l"OBAOOO. LIQUORICE PASTE. I FLD Rlt Ill!' f AOC:J YO .FOC GZ 0 ( n.., oboo'ld addTP'&Drtr ,_,.to tbe l"ew YorL wloo le--' tn ll>e Oldtwd 111-. P.om 11110 -u-of u..-wm -a.. ...,.. -ID Eaoope wlll ODI7iD t.be JAMES C. McANDREW, 124 Front St., N. Y. AoT ca...,"'" 111 -cat. wtna.. 1ra ...a ""-" tor. a.ten-tqlo '-llr C. lle.:BII)JW e1 .__ 'Ioiii: a.e ..I.,.&.ID U.. Dolled.._ IU 1M-of all &Itaof u.r--beniGfvre 1>1111. ,'aoallU& .. -DIUIIW CJO., Lolldea. E ... t-el. lowing close upon the bril-1 amcious to others. _However havmg now the honor bro:J:chmg ltous extension of syph1hs But th. ese and a few minor liant Strauss -Heinspeimer 't'!te hteralure t s the I trust our friends Scotland, causes, tend to make consumption more pren-weddina of last week came Durmg the classtcal era of Englt.sh history, the pracgreat Sf!ulling centres of than formerfy, are probably counterbalanced; that otiast evenmg; when tice is. often lfpoken of as an usage of societr, wtU avail themselves of the opportumues wluch :are so mdeed m the opinion of many eminent authorities, are Emma eldest daughter espec1ally araong ladtes and gentlemen of ton. At the. open to them_, o r the_ .tenet. by the incre asing dryness and constanCJ of Mr. ru1d1 Mrs. Abraham present period it is the custom only qf individuals that snufftaj'":% IS marly lnC()"':paii!Jit with, anti n some of ocr chmate; the result of drainage, and other Cohen was united to Mr. who are conceived to be in arrears of the till)es; condegree, pre11en/we of cQnsum;twn. Some more facts are changes; also, by the institution of improved hygienic Hernsheim of New sequently it is thought a dirty, disgusting, and pe' rnicious desirable, seeing that a may rec_over from anummeasures. empowered by the Health of Towns Orleans. The habit, .which, from nothing whateYer to recom -ber of of P hthtsts, only to smk from one at Acts of_1848, such as di-sinfection and isolation, therebJ' was performed by the Rev. mend tt, must cease 10 two or tJuee generations. Why last, and _that other, and more orthodox treatment was preventmg the spread of epidemic and infe ctious diseases Dr. Marx Lilienthal, at the then co'?e to the ? aid in'redeeming this m of .. I which _weaken the and leave it prone to Mound Street Temple; a bad hab_1t from well-mented dtsuetude? bem? d1fficult, m smo_ltmg age1 to collate sufsumpuon; -by_ the of and bod large and fashionable asSuch, ts appar.ently the sentiment of authors with re l to _b_e qutte ummpeachable, that snuff rooms, factones, workshop s, streets, and alleys, drainage se mblage assisting on the to thts From strong feelin2s of convicIS cul'aave of t do my best to of and ?ouses; supervising the bti,lding of new o ccasion. Prof. G. w. Antton, I beg to break through the reticence which prov_e that the hab1t m_questton m some degree, dwelhngs; pavmg, cleansing widen ing, and sewerage of ures played t he "Hochzeit," has !or a lorlg_ time upon this now venttVe of_ and 1_ts. frequent concomtand clol!es i emoval 0 nuisances, as pigstyes, from Figaro, as the b r ida l frtble, havmg somethmg new to advance m tant ch1tts. 13y tmllatmg the f9embrane of the m1dden-ste_!!.ds,, refuse of manufactories, slaughtec party entered the church, _1ts whf.h for reasons to be by-and-by submitted snuff acts as a and cc; mnterand intra mur111-interments i licens111' 6 lodg.. and during the ceremony n?t be satd equally of tobacco chewing and smokand the mucous whtch follows1.ts ; of public parks, walks, and dead executed a peculiarly apmg, vtz., that AN HABITUAL SNUFFE R SELDOM, 1 H AD wtll tend to preserve the more and houses;the recc;nt mactment for causing consuanptiOtt propriate arrange.nent ,of MOST SAIJ;> DIES otr CONSUMPTION. This remark:ble mucous membrane fr9m evtl. 'f;l\e of .opaque. smoke, promo ting cleanliness, etc. his own composition, enable proposttlon I have suggested to not. less than sneezmg the unaccustomed apphcatton !he of utilizing sewage, instead of transfOI'IJl ding with Mendelsohn's hundre? snuf;f takers, many of whom are m the med1cal of -the erthme, 9r' a!l old and seasoned mg nver of fown (from which the drinkiDJ: "Wedding March." The profession, Md all I_ ha':e hitherto learned has only a new tJttllant ts tned, and the water 1s generallr taken) into a great common sewer, ia briJesmaidswere Miss lll:Y cgnv!ct1ol1 m the truth of my tlreore_m. IS when by-ch; mce, some of the now haply engagmg attention, and will, I trust, soon be Cohe n, you!lgest sis(er of One med1cal fnend, hunself a snuff taker, wntes "wtth get mto. t?roat, may be of. some a vat! m But probably the most efficient defenoa. bride ; Miss Yetta Ezeregard t? snuff, I no facts on the subject, but can effectmg the elrmmatton of albumenotd t:natter (the tubercular disease, is vaccinatiq_n. Had t.U. kiel, and Miss Esther Monl)thmg, phystOltlgtcally or pathologically speaking1 of tu?ercle) the lungs! ere tt has had mesttmable boon to mankind not been discovered aliA ses. The groom \':as aided In the use ?f snuff, render it beneficial in or e. to fill the coagulate, adopted, many of the individuals who, in their ingrati by Messrs. Louis Kramer, phtlusts: Smce snuff has been. taken m hke as :sea-stc\cness IS believ_ed to do tude, .are agitating against it, wou ld no L. P Ezekiel and Henry out of of remedies, becomt: an art1cle of The m aJOrity of _medtcal m_en, "!hen a have been blind, in and raintJ. Cohen. At the consum-tt IS difikult tnly one, and he tobacco ts gr9wn under State superv1s10n, and sparkle of her eyes. Mrs. not the elc:fest, nuff s, and is strong. M a ny of those by in nearly equal propor M. S. K., second sister to :eferred to could not, at the remember any uons! mto tobacco, and the health of the bride, shone in a goldmsta?ce of a person fond of snUW, dying of phthisis Quvrurs I:as been the, subjeCt of '?ffictal repor_t, of whtch colored satin trimmed with The tdea had never occur.red to them, but should a case the followmg summary may no t maptly be gven here. a pale blue of the sam e presentitself_ in .their they w o uld let me know The .w(Jr kmen, in t?bacco of the State, do not material, point lace, dia -Fr. om a constdera?le number of these since re from any d.1sease whtch the tobacco could be mond s, and coiffure a Ia that, observat;on anrl inqu ir-tmagmed to occas10n;_ on contrary, the employees Pompa do ur. Mrs. Dr. J.'s they are wchned to that there is more truth seem to have had an tmmumty from t_Yphus fever, at costume was cf corded m my theory than, at first stght, appeared to theJD, for Lyons; from dysentery, as at Morl alX; from mthtary black silk, tipped w ith black they have not as yet been to oppunge it. Tonnem:;. and from cholera, e_verywh_ere. satin ornaments, coral and The TQ/Jacco Trade Remew, of April 9, 187o, in a 1 he m a JOnty ofphystctans tQ the St ate factones, belt eve Mrs. r.. w., leader re_plying to a letter of asking the editor or tobacco to be instrumental in pre royal purple silk, valenci any of h1s for cor_roborattve or adverse facts in venttng m the lungs, and may even restore ennes l ace diamonds and pomt, says, we have fatled, so far, to trace a single onsumpttves to health. As the paternal government h ead-dr e ss Ia Pomp;dour mstance in suppo.rt of Dr. yiew, that regular of have taken up this q':lesti6n, I hope, at some Miss B. S., a charming snuffer s never d1e_ of consumption, sunply because we ttme, t? be enabled _gtve the of brunette, wore black silk, have 11()/ found an nslanct()j a person,()/ a t:()111U"')tive s1ve upon thts Important pomt. Hanng with v ale nciennes overdre ss. le11dmcy, uho could fake snuff, u11der any drcumslancu." made mqutnes of many and surgeons in low cut, wit h jet ornaments. I the latter par_t of the sentence, as I, charge of tobacco England, I find that, a s These were few among thmk It .to the __ questiOn, and of far the opm1on o_f M. Parent the many strikingly handall I cla1m; m I !!m and mclmed to elet, and hts medtcal confreres, IS .out m th1s some dresses, of which w ant beheve that the capablltty or for snuff taking co untry, but, _as hands_ are a _class of of space: aloneprevents a !Day prevene check tubercle m the lungs, indicate men, lutle reliance can tit put m Enghsh statls!tcs. description. Early in the tts absence, or, 1f a tendency_ to recovery in In to test the soundness of my elementa.ry A NEw YEAR'S MURDER-TERRIBLE BUTCHERY or evening t he brid a l party the same way that betl'g able to eat fat ts known to do. propos1tton I have ca'refully looked through the Reg1sAN INDIAN.-A day or. two after New Year's a man ex separated from theirfriends. The editor also ster of 8o Wall Street, ha vin g betTY AT WINSTON, N. C -anyone who enjoyed his snuff, falling a victim t o phthisis consumption has been increscent. In the years 1846come fuddled, loaded a double -barreled duck gunand The Settlinell!ays: Prepar-pulmonalis, but, in contradistinction to this negative 48-so-si-S2 S4-s6s7-S9 and 68, i. t'. only in ten of the startc;d out to fire a parting salute to the old year i in ations for manufacturing to testimony, I have had six cases of recovery from thiny-two years during which vital statistics have been do ing so he shot away the 'head of the Indian in front bacco in our town this seaphthisis, after the exhibition ofits most reliable signs and taken, were the deaths from phthisis below the proof Henry Jackson's cigar store in West Street. Just son are progressing -rapsymptoms, some of them even in the aecond stage; one gressively incre;!sing average. I have classed together then Mr. Jackson stepped out, and seeing the Indian i dly. Workmen a r e now each in the years 1860:6:z-64-6s 66 6 9. The first three the returns of deaths from consumption, bronchitis, and without a head, he pitched into Bahrr.e, but indi' busy o n T. L. Vaughn's fac commenced of their own accord to snuff with a vidit) ', lung disuue, in the statement; for, in consevidual being a man of some pugili!>tic ability, give him tory, the ground is also beas if they had been favored with a special revelation qu en ce of a variety of causes, one of which being to a severe thrashing. Yesterda y m ornLg Mr. Jackson ing cleared, preparatory upon the subject, or, as frequently happens in medici11e lhl! inquietude of friends, a large pr.oportion of appeared before Justice Hogan and sai d that llahme for digging the foundation experiencing a longing for that which would benefi; deaths from phthiis are rc:"turned as having died of had refused to answer the summon s saying "that the fur Pratht r & Co's factorv, them, In the fourth and fifth cases, I advised its use. bronchitis, or included under the generic term, lung Judge and everybody else could go to h-ll There and Martin Grogan will last had b "en a light snuff taker, he is now more distaJI Either this must be admitt e d to be often the upon t.he Justice instructed Detective Barney Maguire. comm e nce bu: lding. These intemperate. Five of the number are strong and active case, or the nostrils, and through them the chest, of to arrest the murderer Ba.hme. _\fter about two hours factories will all be situatecl members of society, bearing their share of the fatigues the present generation, must acutely feel the depriva-search ihe indefa tigable officer f ound the culprit con onthe west side of the and of busy life, and evincing remarkable tion of t h eir former fillips. How otherwise can it be cealed in a in cellar. of h_is house. "Why town D near the Planter's .stamina-the sixth is follow ing his avocations, and daily explt!ined only 235 persons, in each million of the dtd you shoot thlli lndl n?" mqu tred the Warehouse, and will m a ke gaining strength. Three o:her whose lungs for population, died f rom these two diseases in t8J7, and an "Don't you know it is a State prison offence?'' "Well., four in here, this some time have not been in a satisfactory state,have,dur average of 1895 in recent ye a r ; the number f or 1867 your Honor, whP.n I saw the man with a knife in his lieason, and WP. learn that ingthe cnrrentyear, purchasfd tabatieres, and are g ivinO' being 2128? Grant such arrangement, and I will spate hand I thought he was alive and was going tu kill me_ two more will be put in the" dusty god" a trial. The latest bu l letin is, the; you the infliction of a paragraph shqwing some potent 1 w a s preuy drunk, you know, and 1 did it in self-deoperation during the spring are doing as. well as can be expected." Further, I ha\'e cause or causes of disease-let me suggest as one, the fence." "Well, why did you not come when I sent a or attended some, and know ethers, who have tbrown off the disU.Se of snuff is now occasioning a loss of about summllns by Mr. J "Because 1 though t he consumpthe malaise, after acquiring a t:ute f o r snuff 4010\lO lives per annum in England and Wales. Upon was humbugg i ng me. 1 came right along when the cffi RovAL EXPIICI'ORATIO!f. from taking occasional pinches from the box on the desk these very striking facts I might be p a rdoned perhaps cer came for me. The Indian ain't hurt much. Ten -A gold spittoon was one ?efore them, in the case ol a clerk, or HnD ptt61itll for dilating, but. do n.ot wish to specially Cpe of putty and a liule paint will fix him.' of Queen Victoria's 'recent 10 that of a but wbo do wear a_rese rvatory more than It JUstiy bear, as I well do, "'\Ve!l in the mean time," uid the Justice, "I will hold t o the IC.iag of and coDiieqJntJy may ';'Ol be entitled. fo pnmary ra?k. most of the the P.ropa. you in' f.JOO bail." Bahme wa 5 committed, shaking hi&-.. I have beea JQ&lded m recommeadmc tlae gat10n of :ouumpuon are 5te:od1ly ga1a1ng i#. 6st 1lt Jac:Uoo. I ,,, .. I

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., 8 .tnaa-.u:aot...-ers. LICORICE. '--=-=-' JOHtf ANDE.'RSON CO., LICORICE PA:STE I:-IcdRicE THOMAS I;lO'X'T & CO., 0" Fine Gut Chewing and '\ SMZJKIH( .1'.0. r. rz.AGG, MANVrACTVR.R OJ' ALL GRAD!S OP' '_(Sut .JU&Dhia.g, aa 'rOBA.CCO. HARVEST" .. "SURPRISE'' IN FOil IVANHqE fo JOLLY BOYS SMO.:E'I.:&:.. r. &. G. Q. Aclmowledgod by io be the belt i1a tM market And foT the bnmcl ol Licorice Stick ll't0:E:L & CO., tn all respects equal to CALA.,BRL\. We have no Agents. and Jobbers would do well to apviy direct. Licorice Boot, aDd &aatl.,.-B-Be- stea-._.,_ -c.u..._ ... en.-......-. F.' HEPPEIHE.IIIfR .. & c,q. X.. .A. El TOBA 0 & SNOFF ,. 0 r t """*"'!' _,, lil&'9f n ... r, .. anufactured at .,_gn\eeptle, New-York. Al'ID B.U..IWO)(, (;ORfiiEI Of AVENU, D AND TUJH. SJREET: rl' I GIFFORD, .sm:RIAN' & JNNIS : 'J1ew Yark a ; ,I" fll I ., r' 120 WILLIAJ[.ftl!.EE"', Jlo. H BIIO.ol ftiCElfi', NEW YORK. For Tobacco and Cigars A large ....,.._., -.lant.IJ oa lt.&nd and order. MA.MATIMI TOBACCO WORKS, .. w...-...-aa., nw Yoltl[. IDNNB"V' .ott.;L, ,; ,,, Clfar; Me11ufec1urers ao S. ORGLIJak:. 'fOBACCif un CIGARS, Cigars, c...n ....... '* No. .14 1 Weat e Olf.'a.rs, SNUFF, PIPES, etc:., .EW VORIJ fKrOIIES ata.a ...,U STI\EET, IEWI"' VlN. rCENT' L COOK .Aim M N. e . a97}6 GBEENWICIE ST., NEW YORK. r4. RADER & SON, -it1barto lroltcts, l '13 Pearl Street, EsTtl'LISHED 1837 Mauulactarerorallkilldsof PHILIP &ERHARD TIN }i.,OIL. w .a. BRINTZIN&BOFFBR a 101, PINE-CUT OHEWIN& noMEsT:ro .JoHN .r0aoos1 CI&AR WAREHOUSE IIIILIRS 'ii'TOB.&cco lOOL'ODLOW S'l'Uil'l', nw Yomt, Facto:sa fOIL & BOTHf CAP aae 11014 BtrMt, :trewark, v.z. 2'obacco Ba.ggtng KEW YoRK. xo. sa oROs Y NEW YORK. ANI> a&GCIDIQ :KAt.'IIBIAI., CMW.A '1'011.&.000 'WOBlUJ .&XD Of all K.ind Low I' lim lor Cub. CIG.&Jl liA:InJl'.a.oroaY, SPANISH LlN'Er.., FANCY STRIPES ICJIW AllZ & BPOB.B, --..... --. D. BUOHN::E;R, Sacce8or to R.llBl'l'QiECK; & TAUSIIG1 o:r m.cb..t aocl ,blel Traveling Bap, Blankets, DOUl:'STIC SEGARS, ,_..po, .ottoi\ Baning, Carpett, Matting MJ:I and Dry Goods Oenerally. -lUT CBI\fiRG AN D r SMOKING -IOBAOOO AD CIS.W, ANDREW & CO., No, 103 Chambers Strut, New York .. .... .,.,., YORLI x. :a::aocz, WARD,OP A DALY. 21T.lllll 211 LIWI8 Bt, Mli Jill Wood Brokei-s, .-...... mnu111. S:E?.AN:IS:S: OE:OAR. For Clpr Bofvnlolle4 ID ......... to> Rlt. of Bladr: WtJou' Reoi*!UililJ' }. GOEBEL & CO., Imporino ... ol CherootS, s-x:REET, FRED. ENGELBlCB. flkoltsalt IDbtta Jom, lfO. 2t' sUm AUIHOB, NEIW YORK .&IIDGY llD CIJ' FINEST BR!BDS OF CIGARS GIBIWI CLAY PIPIS, Also ,r Sand, Clnlc:ibltl, GaJJJpota, a !fEW YORK. -....afMtwer oftlle'follaWina B"randsef ..,... -Ball. WlaoJa-r, Qreel&a a-.J, ............... Rappa-k. :1. :M. LAURILLARD, .. BdCCO BBOHEil. ROTTERDAM, J. H ..... ._,_, JAe. G. Peml)erton & Penn, -.c>BACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ..,.. 11 I011K exjerimu in the !Jusiness, .,, tluir 1("Vias to jill ortkrs for LltV M-flldrlnti TD!xuJ, VA. F. W. SMYTHE, Commission Merchant, P.RIClE'@ BVILDDUJ, ao o:am .T9HN s'l'ltEE'l', B. LICHTENBERG, 'U. s; W.o:rks. "', -:lluulacor Fine Cut 329 BOWEIJY, N.Y. 129 Mald==New York. MARTCORN & HAHN. HuNJOJ BEST YUELTA,ABAJO LEAF: HAS ALWAYS ON HAND Tllft FOLLOWING BRANDS: lleDJ.Y: PLUS U'l'UA, :REG.a.DA'S, LOND.lffiS. ENTREA.CTOi!, l!:l'O. Flor del T'IUaa.r-REGALIAS, OOJJHAS, LI .lo.U:NOS,lC.EINA YICTOJUAB, .ETC, BRITAJIICAI!, CON-CLlH n rr v nrA CIGARS. Dl} PRIJICBSA.s ,J!adll fill Al\ FIY.AS, DA..l\IAS, POUR. J.ES .. UU.TEUI!B, LONDRES, ETC. Flor Fumar. ,.., .. : Legitim a clad REI-NA COX{;JUS, YICTORIA ..... ................. $12Ho $!S O Illl'ERIA.LES .E:rc. HEG.ALIA BRll'ANICA .................. 120 to 125 CONCHAS ................................. ;5 to 80 ... IliPKIUALES, REO.ALIAS, LON SUBLilf.ES................................. -t o S5 DRES, ElrC. Henry Clay. E.cepc!ioa.-.JocxEY CLt-"ll LO:li'Dll.ES, = LIAS, ETC. I tEI:iA VIC'rO.IUA ........................ -p LO CO:iCHAB DE REGALIA ................ ;5t0 u.m.ariega-NDRES, J"MPEUIALE S ............................. SPOltTS, CONCHAS SUllLI:IIES ...... ..... 5$ Clnto OPY..R.Ao J lF.GA T.IA BRIT ANI C A ........ ......... $lZ! to 1,lSO C b LONDRES CO:li'CH A.S ................ :.... .. .. .. .. $00 a a.rg.....-l'INAS, DAMAS, OPER.A.S, Espanola. Erc, FLOR DE PRENSA 'DOS .................... $ 70 to 72 Flor de Huriaa-CAZADORES, BllliVAS, CON-JA)NDltES IJR CORTE.................... 6J CHA.S ETC. l'RINBCES.AS............................ .. SS Aptla de Oro-PRINCESASFINAS, RFGALIA Partagas, DE LA REINA, REIN.AS :tJE. ESPA:l1A .. 116 LONDREs, JIED!A, ETc. .......................... .... $ 70to 75 Villar y Villar-REGALL\. DE[, I:EY, I!ERitica. GALlA PRCCIOS A S, (..'()lL\lli lL } 'AUT, COXCHITAS.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. f8 LONDRES, ETC. CONCllAS ... """ ............ .......... 00 Juan CoDiU-OONCH.AS ; LONDRES CORRIUpmann. ENTES. JA)NORES FIN OS.......................... $ 80 C AZADOR.E.<;... ........ ..... .. ............. -'HO YngeD.Dicla.d,-CONCH:AS, REGAL! AS, E'!'C = gg La.Atriea.n&-LONDRES,REGALIAS, ETC. Carolina :Meneapro REGALIA DE LONDRES CON-REINAS ............... .......... ...... l J CHAS,LONDRES,ETC .:: = !g FlordeSantiago-OONCIIAS,ETC. Figar_o, Flor de Romay-REGALIA LONDRES, OON-LOXDRES PRENSADOS .. ... .. .. .. .. $ 75 CHAS, MEDIAN OS. LONDRES DE CORTE..................... 50 to 60 Ill lo :14 Borth Willl&m St.itet. 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