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

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' .. \ \ VOL. VIII.--NO. 51. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5,1873. WHOLE NO. 415 l1lf bam; { -4 IS PUBLISHKD BVDT WIDNESD.\1 KOUDJG ::aT ftl f01!008 WJ l'IJBLISmNG MrJ1 42 Fulton St., New York. J. JIBintT HAG... Jlldltar, Aa an advertising medium., where Jt b desired to reach. lh4! Ctp.r and Tobacco Trade, not only ol. tble b11t torelgD Countries. it I tbe best attalllable. All !etten shGold be addressed to TK& OllfANY, Iol2 Fultoo Terma of the Paper. ("" Smm.a Co PillS w C&NTS P&a. ANNUM: J4.co T<> Enrland and the Canodaa, $ro04 additiollal per aWlulll for prepayment of Postage. To Breraen, Hamburg and tbe Continent 011. Bu!'Ope, additional per anum for lo AuatnHa, e\c., St.Of via. San Franc1sco, additional per annum Cor Postage. No on:len for the paper considered, unlews ac:compauiod by the corresponding amount. Rem.lttences should, in eyeq instance, be made on t>,. money-order, check or draft.! Bills are liable to be stolen, and caa ooly be Hnt at the gnateot riok to tbe ..,..d..-. \ Rates of Advertising. 1 oqllato(t4 Nooparelllines) for sis mootbe, ,_ do. r year $}5 Luger in the same proportion, but no-ne taken uoless 1, 2, 3, -4, or more square$. OR.O column, 1 year, S45o; six months, $J,So; three months. Hal( colwnn, 1 year, Sa.to; alx months, Sr3o; three months, .75 ear"' AJvertiement.s on the first page, over two w\oie columns, and none t..aken for !!!iS thao one yeat, payable !oUy tn advance; squares, J4so. TranS'ient advertisements on the Jf cent. per line for ea.c.h. in!tertlon. No ordt.mt for adverttsi.nl' wiLl be coasidered, Wttesa accompanied bythe corresponding amoUAt. 'l'hi rule vrillLfiiYAMIABLY be adhered to. BUSINES3 Dll!.WTORY 8J !fEW YOB.K. Tehaebel j, 41; Qo, II') lhid011 l.aDe f Bri11r Pips .,t/ [,,.,.,m of 41'tufll, Demuth Wm. Ill: Co., 403 Bn>adway lm}DrterJ of Pipes ,,J S.aier.r' .Artit!tJ. Boiken, Garrigues &: Co., 9' Chambers street, and ?3 Reade street .-J,.,_,,., of Litoriu l'Mto. Appleby" Helme, 133 Water Oleveland, De Lancey b4 llolrth 'Wllllua Gifford, 8berm.an Innis, uo William Gomex a Aqprimbau, S, &: J B. Wlllbm KcA.ndrew Ja.moe 0., Front llorria H.)(,, Old 8hp aod 73 Water. Wea.er 4t Sterry, 214 Cedar. Sutl,uf To'- lpriH. Linde F. 0. & Co, 14-J Water. To'-cct Prtsun. Gothrie" Oo., liS Froat. JJliHIMftlttllrtrl of oCigt" Henkell Jacob, & 29! Monroe. Wioke William 6> Co .. &: r6t CoMet. Cigor Box, tl otAtr 'IYootls, Dingee P.ll., cor. 8lrlh aDd Lewis. Rodman & Hepburn, 216 Lewis. Wardrop & Daly, :103 & ><>S Lewis. c;.,.,.,. C'C'" Ril>lmrs. Oramer G., Ia Franklin. Cigar Jl.iU.nr. Almiral!J.J., 30Cedu. Cigar M01oltli. JacobJ S & Oo., 009 Pearl. M4*fh""'' oJ:. "Iobacr: &.ctio-s of T.b.tto, tto. Gerard, Betu" Oo., 7 Old Slip T.bacto L.belr. Doaaldsoa B-. S8 Park The Hatch Lltbograplc Co., 31" 34 Veoey Heppenheime.r F. & Co., :n Nortla William. a11J Tr;.,,;,r Schamacber & Ettloger, S lllllT&y. Wolli'Cbaa .&., 5' (!hatham. Tob.tto Suli"f: Ziu.ecW.&Co., 197Will\am. Au.Wian V"wgmoa Oigar1 1'cremelberg & Compaay, t6o Pearl of RMsMan Cifrett<;J Joa.,lt, >..ulir Z...f T.b.e< Dllla, l'reytaDJ & Oo., W t leooad. 1!11._ J, H., 41 Ylae M-f-m t.f 7oHor:o. "-lte. a Blllo. r r Vine. Georlwl-A llarphr, r8 Haaaoacl. Ottea Henry, a; Oo., 313 Kala. ap_,. .lkoo. a. Oo., sa -34 Tl!hcl. c-;.,;., ,M,oU ... lla(er, u'olmes eo., 1$ w..t Secoad. ,.J Drtllwr ;, Krohn, Vel" eo., s3Weet Poartb. Loweatbal 8. &: Co., ru W eot Third. Stras6er & Oo.,>87 walnut Well, Kahn A Co., 134 Main. Lusf Tb-o B,...,.,, Morris & lleid, 4 OolleJ" Baildi..,.. CLAJI.KSVILLE, Teaa. utof To*ace< BriAU'I, Clark. )(;H. 1: Bro. -COVIIfOTOJII', Glove J. A.. P &: Broo., rs, 'I ani"' W 7th. DAJII'BUB.Y. c. ... G.-aves G W DAl'fVILLE, Va. Pembertr6 Jefferson Ave; I11tpr., State. London & Bidwell, ,14 State. Pease H. z. K. t6 W:arket. Shephard&Fuller, :114 State. Sisson A. L & F., 134 V.:a.in. Wei-lea 0. & 01)., State. Westphal Wm. u8 State. Woodworth & Strong, :u.1 State. BOPKIJII'SVILLE, Ky Tobacco Jesup James E .JAJII'ESVILLE, Wis. Paeker ana J)oaltJr in Se4d Le4f. Fendri.ch Franchi. LIVERPOOL, lloac Smytbe F w., 30North John. LOUISVILLE, Ky. TobaccD Ma'fJufadurtrs. l!'lnz..-J -& Bros., 13 Third. TobtlctfJ Com .. ission MercAanft. Meier Wm. G. & Oo., s6 Seventh. Wiclta G. W. & Oo., to:a Main. in all lindr of Manofacllmul Toh11cco Imported and Domtstk Crgars. Tachau 0 G. &: Co: 17 Main. T.blltco M4""fattMrtrs' Supplier, Wigginton E G. & Co. 13 Third. D<11l. W. & Co. Tohaeco Cf'lniss;o, M.erc/la11t. T,.-JohnH. Price W'm. 1!1. & Co., 19 Malde11 Lane. Oalo,J. P. & Co. 39 B., Old Slip. Reismann, G & Co., 179 Pearl. iloeeubaulll, A. S. & Co., r6a Water. Roeeowald, E. & Bro., ,., Water. Salomoo S. PearL .... Walla<:e" c .... 4T Brood. Scheider, Jooeph, 213 Pearl. Schmitt & Stelaeclte, 6 ll'letc!Mir. Sclm>edor & Boa., ,.a Water. Sc:hubart 1!. & Co., r-46 Water lilelllat(e Sono S., Froat. $peacet'1 Bros. & Co., 15 Malden La.ae ... &ilymo11r, Charleo T., S, 5plapru, E. & Co., s B11rlill&' Slip. stein & Co., :197 ()v.aDe. litraitoa & Swna, 191 Pearl. Stroha & Reita:enMeic., Tac, Cluarl F. A Son. :tl.t P'retnL Ta&pobont, F W.t.. 611 Broet, F. A. .It Bro., Ji8 =eJ 8t()l; 141 Mc.tJpln D H. a. Co. cor. A.""ooe D aad. 'l'..irtach II Meodenon, r]l Water Bemard Pb.ltip, tJl Water M., ,., Bowery Castaneda liE Jewel .,, Malden Laae Ji'bher II: Ruot, us Laoe. I'""J Broo. II: Oo. u6 thamben ,lfartoon a. Haha, Water Hindi. D. & Oo. Jlowery aaclotb Charlew. G11atber L. W ., 90 Lombard. !t.erekboll" Oo.. 49 South Ob.rleo. Kremelberl[, J. D, &lld Co. Loooe 0. &: Oo. 111 West Lombard. Parlett B. F 1: Oo., 91 !Ambvd. Paul Wm.., r1 South a-feld II.. I;.Co., 53 Baage Felnec' F. W., 90 aod 90 !lo11th Obarleo. M.Ubu-c Brothers, 145 to L49 5. Clurl .. St. ww.-a I:L Oo., r8r W:eot l'ratt. M4ofMtMrtrl of Cilllrl. O..tb euta ... SS Gennall. Pk#rs of S.etl-uaf T.Mn, lleote< Brotbera, 9f Lombard. I Dtral Wharf, ll<:roJlkM., .._ Jhooad. l"'1J>'W of R-a, 11d Do.J.r [io Ci{arJ. Laa&a ean-, 111 W aab.in,toft J,.,.,.,, of Ciga" and utoJ Wilder a. .llotabr<>ok, 1 Oommerclal. f,p.rur of LiCJrice, Scimit..l. 13 Ceatral Wart' BR,)i:ME1f, GERMAKY. c.-illilff Weotlloli'Fred.jr. BB.OOKLYlr, 1f. Y.. .... Keary, If M)'rtle averL-BlJFI' A.LO, 1f. Y. ;. 1111J LH[.T.o.-Zlotk G. W., Pearl. CHICAGO, W. D., s Clmaclolet. PETEBSBUB.G, Va. V-ettabte 8. W & Co. YINII&' R. A.. S. Bro., 4 I roo Front n..lldb>p; PHILADELPHIA.. Aoaduul'IL & C..., Ito North Third Bamberger L. k Oo., 3 Nortll Water. Bremer Lewis, Sons. 3:aa North Third .. Doban Taitt. 107 Arch. Mwarda, G. W. &: Co., Jl NorUl Watel'. Bteenl.obr Wm. Oo., 115 South Water. Herbert L., """thcast e<>r. Fourth & Race. M.c Dowell .M., E: Ill: Oo., 39 NortbiWatec. lloore at. & 1., 101 North Water. llant 1. Rlaaldo .t; Oo. 31 Nortll Water. llchmiclt H., 53' So11th Becoad. 8teioec, Smith & Knecat, us Race. Teller Bnthet'!l, 117 North Thinl.. Vetterieio I.&: Oo., nt Arcla. Woodward, Garrett & Oo. 33 :Sorth Water IY J,oleslllc Deal ers, et<. 1Jembetrer L. &Oo. ].North Water. Hate and Lee4om, 716 North Second of &H.4 s-f. Stewart. ll&rts,R alph & Oo us At'Ch M#"'ifactllrert tif Cigars B&tcbolo< Broo.J 130 North Third. Hue Tboo. & oa, 503 North Beooad. Steioe, 8m.ib Brot:. &; Knocht, ns .&ace. Tlleobald A.. H., Third aDd Poplar, I-.pteehi H. 1: Oo., S Market. RICBMOJII'D, Va. Qm.mi11loll Cloriotbn B D & Oo. Wlee Jameo M '305 Cary IAaf Tobac<() B,.Urs. 111111 B. A. B.OCIII:RrEB., 111'. Y. .. if T.O.Cc. W1>a1e11 R. & T lS. State. M4w(Mtllrnd. CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS. Reina Vlctorta -''30 >nd. I ut : : : E 8o 4j Loudres -.,5 1 fLOI liE' ., Regalia Chica M 90 1 Re:'"' .Reina Victoria .. r3<'+ I' Za.nuelas. a 100 Rema ictorla. 130 Reina Fina -. r.. a; Londres, enra So egalia Britanlca us Regalia del Rey ". --90 Loudres, Chico extra : Regalia Londies us Londres <.:'hie<* 6<1 Londrew, de Cortes Cil'dos SS Concbu -So Operas Conchas, tra 8o Infante -45 CoConchhaa 75 Rell'afia Brltauica <30 FIGAROS. -_ _6o 'j CoeamcahasFin. _. Bs LOudres d e Cortes Cil'dos ;o -8o Regali a Britanica Flnr de Prensados ROS P! Operas Reina-_ 10 i II,TIAGO. II L'A. Ia:fantes-- j : 7S lo r de Prensados 55 us Cigarettes ,00 i Operas (' 6o IIOIIIIA!)EZ. A l'b 55 -c,garetteo ,00 I era! discount will .be made to wholesale purchasers. Orders for any other bunds will be promptly attended to. .. KEY WEST SEIDENBERG & CO., ,Proprietors oC 19 Dey Street, Ne-w 't_ork, LA ROSA ES-PANO. L .& F A 0 T 0 R ,. TBE CE_LEBRATED VIRGINIA"'CIGA.RS, -., From J. D. XREKELBERG'S Factory, in Baltimore. ...._,. ARE NOW READY AND FOR SALE. Depot in NEW YORK with K.B.EMELBERG 160 PE:AliL aTREEl E. T. PILKINTON'S CQ., Celebrated ."FRUITS AND FtOWERS '' G. W. HII:.LMAN & CO., Theroceiversof Westernleaf tobacco in this city -Sole Agents, lOS Front St., New have still to complain of the high freights between here ""'e"' Ad vertt.,ement on and Louisville, Clarksville, Evansville and other points at the West, which exorbitant tariffs drive down the would patronize It is to their interest, therefore, to Mississippi to New Orleans, tobacco tlfat would otherunite with our friends here in a combined attack upon wise naturaiJy come to us, and which the shipper would the railroad companies. Of self-interest willul gladly send us did the railroad charges give im any timately govern the action of all parties concerned, and choice. From the Western cities we have named, to we should therefore so present the facts that the die New Orleans, leaf may be shipped at a cost of from tates of a keen instinct for the welfare of "No t" would $4 to per hhd, while the railroads demand for fight for us. We think the corporations concerned can transportation to New York from per hunbe convinced on the very simple"'basis of their' own in dred pounds, making the charge ,per creased prosperity should they adopt a more liberal hhd. This is a large difference against us, and were policy. The Western shippers would certainly prefer a not the New Orleans market as deficient in attractions good market to a poor one, if both were placed on any as it is, and this market so excellent a one for tlie thing like the same basis as regards the cost of reaching shippers, we should stand a fair chance of part them. It is a fact that certain shippers have recently ibg altogether with our Western leaf. trade lost, and lost heavily, on leaf sent southward, and still What we ask from the railroads, therefore, is they are willing to risk the chances of other coosignherent in the geographical and commercial position ol' New York. It may he diverted for a time, but natural causes must eventually operate tD secure its retunL That the partial diversion existing at present maJ be as brief as possible, those of our friends most iP.tercs\edl should act, and act AT ONCE 1 a fair chance to enjoy o1u rightful proportion ments in the same direction. of the Western trade. This city is the natural But, as we have said, nothing can be done without point of distribution for a majority of the leaf grown at concer.t of action. We might write until we were the West, and were it not for the tyranny of the railblind and nothing come of it, if tl-.ose interested both roads, we should be at this mome nt in its receipt. East and West will not take action. Once the compa. Thi,s is a subject upo n wh ic h the shippers of the West nies discover our friends are in earnest, imd that the and the factors of the East s hould act in unison. A shippers will indorse the statements of the factors, and concerted and vigmou s atta c k should be made wpon the wished-for result is more than half achieved. Let the wealthy COrporationS who have the matter under a eDergetic workers take the necessary initiative their control, and the facts in the case made appa,.rent. steps. A meeting should be called and correspondence They should understand that they annually drive down had with members of the Western trade. But very lit the Mississippi a small fortune in freights which would tie, if any, tobacco is shipped down the Ml&sissippi f rom otherwise pass over their roads. The proper presentachoice, and the moment cheap freights to this city tion of the actual facts in the cas.e could not fail to have secured there will be slillless. To hold any other thea beneficial effect. With regard to the Western sh i pory would be as sensible as to suppose that the giver :DONOR EDITORIALS. TRYING TO QUIT.-A Yonke rs "society ma.n11 eara eye-glasses--when in society-parts his blonde bm down the middle aisle, wears the tip of a peacock's feather i n his hat-band, skips ovetr his r'a-when is society-and doeso't carry tobacco, because he is try ing to quit.".._ He has been trying to quit for years. 1 DEATH OF A MEMBER OF TH& L:n'KitPOOL TllADL We !o the death of Mr. J. T. Pike, who was aliSOctated wtth the firm of Samuelson &: Pike bacco brokers, of Liverpool, for a considerable p;riocf. The deceased gentlemen had been ailing for some tiJae past, but his death was scarcely anticipated. THK CIGAllMAKKRS IN CouNCIL.-On Monday 311 inst ., the German :Protective Cigar-makers' AssocU:tioa met at the Turn Hall, Fourth Street, when measures "'ere discussed to insure a modification of the Intemal Revenue laws, as far as t.he cigar manufacturing est is concerned, and a committee was formed to take action in the and to prepare a plao fll operal:lons to be submitted at a future meetin,. i i I pers, it is all nonsense to say that they are satisfied with of a costly banquet would prefer to spread upon his A CHEWING SIGHKR AlfD A. SIGHING CHK'WEL-It is the present status. They ship to New Orleans simply board a service of delf to one of Sevres. The question, said that a man 'n Boston a very handsoae because it is tbe nearest and most available large market, therefore, resolves itself to one of transportation and to livl ing visiHting hhouses and the insects that infest p ants. e c ews somet mg-probably plug tobaece but they can not, on that account, be blind to, its defi-that alone. New Orleans is now enjoying an artificial -and then gently breathes on the infested shrubs. He ciencies. They very well : know that the Cresent City as a prosperity from an unnatural and factitious condition of charges five cents a breath, or ten cents where he beans tobacco depot, ha.S but a single string to its bow. It has things. the normal status, and shipments .will a sigh that will knock the parasites from an entire baT but one class of customers and when these refuse to come to us as uaturally as water r uns down hill. We window full of plants. buy, the shippers' consignments must remain unsold. are sorry for those who have made the mistake or sup' 1 They are also aware of the supe rior advantages of New posing that the Cresent City would hereafter attract t,P.e SMUGGLING ON THB FR.Rli'CH CoAS'l'.-We leam by,._ k b 1 l.ik di letter from Luxemburg that the l"rench Governmeafe York-of the home and Canadian trade which fre. entire trade of the West, and New Yor e e t ea sin order to counteract the smuggling of tobacco, whicla quently creates a remunerative demand when the exmantled hulk high and dry upon the beach, but facts has of late assumed such gigantic proportions h porters are not buying. They know, to
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'l'HE-TOBA.CCO-LEA.P .. THE TOBA6CO MARKET. cases. New York, soo cases, of which for export, 2a.o. MALTA-30 hhdti. IJO cases, lbs mfd. l)OMESTIC. Pennsylvania, 300 Ohio, goo cases, of which for RoTTIR )AM-81 hhds, 237 cases.' export, 8oo. 'Wm::onsm, etc, 1,.{oo of which for export DOMESTIC RECEIPTS. A MICHIGAN PLUG FACTORY.-Attention is called to the advertisement on our third page of a plug tobacco factory in good order at Detroit. Thrs lS an unusual opportunity. AN ANTI-TOBACCO PAllADtSE.-Those who look upon tobacco as an abominable and filthy weed, have had pro vided them a paradise to which they can and be free from the fumes of the hn taken hlf boxes, 109 41tr boxes, 39 third boxes, 2 sixth boxes. halance for The stock in warehouse decreased by shippers at prices ranging from g@11c. From our so 6 cadd1es, 6o cases c1gars, 2z bales scraps, 1 3 039 hhcis, being 6597 hhds, or only some. s,ooo sound, exchanges from Bremen and Hamburg we extract case p1pes, consigned as follows 1he remainder fleing burned tobacco. It IS many years statements showing the movemeMs in eeed leaf m the BY THE ERIE RAILROAD-Pollard, Pettus & Co., 40 since we were so low in stoGk,-or had only rsoo hbds on year 1872. Bremen-Stock on hand January I, 1872, hbds; Blakemore, Mayo & Co. 3 do P. Lorillard & sale, and in that quantity no lugs, no fillers, no he avy 147 cases. Received during the ye_ar 1872, 79,981 Co., II do, M. Pappenheimer, 33 do; Sawyer, Wallace shipping, it being composed of some 400 Green River cases-otal, 8o,u8. Sales, 65,842 cases. Stock on & Co., 9,>do; D. J. Garth, So!l & Co, 13 do; Good cutting and Mason County. Prices are too irregular to hand January I, 1873, 14,z86 cases. Hamburg-Stock wm & Co., 17 do; Grmnell, Mmturn & Co., II do; J. give quotations, and :we retam our table una! on hand January I, 1872, B9 cases. Received during 'D. Xeilly, Jr., 44 do; order, 66 do. tucky, total 6oo hhds. Cleared only u hhda to West Indies. We quote: Maryland frosted, sound common, 7@8. good common, 8@9: m1ddhng, 9@1o: good to fine red, 1 r@13: fancy, 14@25: upper country 7@25: ground leaves, Ohio-Inferior to good common, 7@8 : greenish and brown, 8@9 : medium to fine red, 9@12: common to mediUm spangled, 8@u: fine spangled to yellow, 11@25. Kentucky-CommGn to good lugs, 8 @9: heavy do. 9@10: low to med1um leaf, fa1r to good, rr@12 fine and selections, 13@15 Virgm1a-Common to good lugs, Kansas, in which no one Is to be tolerated who dallies -,rith the weed m any shape. A LrYm-FUtK--Messrs. M. H Clark & Bro., are now = ;Leaf Brokers at Clarksvile and Paducah, Ky. Our col u bear witness to their intelligent and careful supernil"il- of t1te at ftlMe point!! arrd they );ever fail to keep our readers well pOited. SllCh energy can not but meet its juat reward. ---WEDDING BELLS.-We have to acknowledge the compliment of an mvttabon to be _present.JLt the marr.iage of M1ss Clara Lrghtstone to Mr Marx Ottinger, of the firm of Ottinger Bros., wbich will occur at half-past one P M. to-day (Feb. 5) at the residence of the bride's parents, No. 63 West 45th Street. The-happy pair have the best wishes of the trade, to whom Mr. Ottinger is well known, and in wh1ch we JOin. HE ToLEDO MANUFACTU:RERS -The following are nnual tax-returns of the three tobacco manufaclfn> at Toledo : C. R. Me!lllinger paid axes in r873 .. 20 e, Isherwood & Co. paid taxes m '72 .. 221,639 34 es, Halsted & Co, paid taxes (II onths) -----.---_ --. _. -.SI93,076 So TotaL 34 ""TIT roll;' AT.-A Vug-ima farmer complains to the w..-: f that the law allows the purchasers of hiS .Jtbacco an pound S is required to pay one dollar and fifty .cents storae:e thereon1 which should be paid by" ;<'armer." Let h1m take his rcho e. RING FOR THE PLANTERS.-Ace.:>rding to a recent -wa ington dispatch, the committee of ways anrl shave dec1ded to report m favor of allowing to. bac o growers the pnvilege of selling without lice11se tob co of own production, or that may be ra1sed up their own land by others, to the value of f,Ioo, ally. There will very likely be some objection to easure when it comes up for drscusstOn, as 1t 1s beli ved by many to be preJUdicial to the general mter est& of manufacturers and dealers, on whom rests the burden of taxatiOn THE ITALIAN ToBACCO LoAN .-Mesars. Stern Broth ers notify the divrdend in London on the Itahan six per cent. Tobacco Loan, and the repayment of the bonds -, of Series F, drawn on October I, last. The coupon due on January I, on the shares of the Italian Tobacco Mon oooly Company was pa1d at the rate of 1o-5o lire per share. The receipts on account of this loan for the month of November last amounted to 9,61o,ss6.o8 hre, which is an mcrease on those .for the same month of 1871 of I,os6,797 hre. For months-v1z., ""from January to the end of November-the receipts amounted to loi,035,455 hre, and for the same period of r87I they were 95,636,283 87 lire. REVENUE lTEMs.-James O'Reilly, of Clifton, Staten ..Island dealer in manufactured tobaccos, waa arrested last and brought before Commissioner Wmslow, -charged with not having paid the special tax. The hear ing of the case was adJourned till February. He11ry W ulstein, 2 5 Myrtle Avenue, was brought before Comm1sswner Viinslow charged with not havmg des troyed stamps on c1gar boxes empUed by h1m. He was .drstharged on Jsoo bail to appear for trial. Thomas Lynch, Street, Hunter's Pomt, was arrested chM!!:ed with being a dealer m tobacco, without havmg a spec1al hcense Hrs case wrll be ex amined on the IJth of February. tered until we change it to apply to the new crop. We the year 1872 ro,soi cases. Of which m transitu, 'BY THE" HuDSI)N RI'JER RAILROAD-D & A. Ben may remark that all low grades of old closed very high, cases, makmg 8,594 cases-total._ 8,Q8_J. Sales dunn& nmo, _u4-case M. & E. Sal?mon, so do Schroeder and manufacturers J'llid rTI,h for gooo leaf for firJers the year 1872, 7,824. Stock on hand January 1, I873 & Bon, 32 do; Bum:! & Dormrtzer, 40 Cammon to medium leaf, 8 7f@1o, fair to good, selections, 12@15: stems, good to fine, Tobaccq SlaU11U'II. January r, 1873 in warehouse and on sh1pboard not cleared __________ 6 go8 hhds Iupeckd-thia "Week -- __ 6oo hMs Inspected J:lreviously.---------------I,536 bhds. Rich natural blacks for :\Vest Indian Trade also 859 cases. BY THE, NATIONAL LINE-E. M. Wnght & I fancy prices, but cuttincleaf above I3C ahowes no 1mSpams.t-The reported sales qf Havana "foot up for hhd ; P LQnllard & Co., I9 do ; Thos. Hoyt & Co. j I TotaL --__ .. ___ 9,044 hhds. provement, there being yet no scarcity. the week 350 bales at 9oc@$I.t5. The inquiry for good do; Joseph Mayer's Soo.s, 40 do. Cleared since Jan. s,657 hhds. Receipts of new crop have continued small. Perhaps fillers is still a noticeable feature of the market, notBY THE CAMDEN AND Alii BOY RAILROAD-Kremel Coastwrse and 200 hhds. 2,857 hhds. 300 hhds were mcluded m last month's sales, mostly w1thstandmg the full stock of Havana now available berg & Co 267 casc;s ; A. S. Roaenbaum & Co., 67 do; --commG>n lugs and trash at and good Jugs at There 1 s a demand for more of this class of goods "than Strohn & 2o do; M. & E. Salomon, 4'4 do. Stock to day in warehouses for the Mediterranean; a few good lugs at 9Cto will be attainable in the last yield after all has been B ,Y.THE NEW YoRK AND NEW .HAVEN STEAMB?AT LINE. and on Shipboard not manufacturers; a few wrappers at 12@15 and a few brought to market. -Fox, D1lls & 59 cases; Palmer & Scoville, 94 do, cleared. _____ .. .. ___ 6,1 8 7 hhds. leaf to Boston, probably for Africa, at 9 Y.@t r. GerMa11ujacturid-While without ell:hibiting any special L. & E. Wertheimer, 28 do; Chas. F Tag & Sol), 2 do i Messrs Ed Wischmeyer & Co Tobacco Commission man shrppers did httle, confinmg the1r oper?-hons ap signs of improvement, the Cavendish market may be Basch, Cohn & Co 4 do; C. C. Mengel, 2 d?: M. Merchants, report as follows :-Busmess in manufac parently to purchases of stems, primmgs, and low lugs reported as having been moderately good last week. Abenbe1m, 428 do, D. & A. Bennmo, I do, P. R1chter, tured tobacco 1or the past week has been fair, and the m Virgmia and the West. We suppose that they will In addrllon to the ordinary weekly transactions, we hear I do. tone of the market h;althy, prices unchanged but lirm. buy little more until the question of duty is settled by of sales of cheap bright wor1t for smoking. BY THE NEw YoRK AND HARTFORD STEA.\fBqAT LINE. We note the folJoWJng receipts: A. Seemuller & Sons, the Reichstag, which is expected to meet on the 1oth There was some demand for medmm 11-inch, which -S Jacoby & Co 5 Sehgsqerg & 7 do, 97 cases, John P. Pleasants & Son, 25 hlf boxes, 33 proximo. The new leaf received so far has been gener-is in hm1ted supply, as also for small bright 6-mch twist, Carpels, 6 do, Wm. M. Pnce & Co., 3 do; Chas F th1rd and qtr boxes; J. B. Stl\fford, 83 boxes and ally thin and watery, and for such there is no demand, of which there is said to be none in market. 'lag & Son, 5 do 13 cases, G. S.Watts li C o., 64 boxes, 23 !lases. except at about lug pnce. But g{)od substantial wrapThe disadvantage at which Cavendish was placed,' a1 BY THE OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP LINE.Rose BOSTON, February McElroy Brothers, pers would sell well, as would also new lugs, and all against other vane lies adapted for smokmg purposes, & Co. z hhds i Read & Co 1 do., M. Abenheim, 7 do, T p bacco Comm1ss1on Merchants report:-The market common old crop especially with substance enough to bavmg ended w1th the adoption of the uniform tax for Kremelberg & Co., 8 do; T. A 25 do i Oelfor manufactured tobacco remams unchanged since oor answer for fillers. all :cJassesJ of manuf1ctured tobacco, tt 1s probable TICh & Co., 25 do; Deane & Carnngton, _s do, & Jut report. Demand moderate. _bas been a few Our market has not yet opened this month. an increased consumption of smokmg grade.s of Caven Co., II do, A. D Chockley, 3 do, 6 trcs, W 0. Smtth, sales m bond. Leaf tobaccos are an fa1r demand. lot eek 2d eJo: ld ,..,.k tt!lweek lth ...Total. end1sh w1ll soon be perceptible here at the North, as 43 do, 36 llo; P. Lonllard & Co 9 21 do, 1 box; J. CINCINNATI, February 1.-Mr. F A. Prague, Leaf January. -439 96I 1,2 6 1 739 3 0 well as at t):le South, where, it is said, an improvemP.nt D. Kelly Jr., 3 do, 6 do, 60 cases, Pnce & Tobacco Inspector, reports as follows The offerlngs at V:rginia Leaf-The week just closed havmg been is already mamfest on account of the abolition of the Co., 2 do, 6o cases toohlfboxes, & Johnson S auction for the past week have been light, owing to cold almost contmuously inclement, embracing alterunfavorable distmction previously existing between cases Bulkley, Co., 10 do, Palmer Scoweather; prices have been well mamtamed on aU nating snow-storms and Arctic winds, business smoking and what was known under the law as plug or ville, 1 do, _Allen & Co' I 2 do, M & grades of both old' and new. The offenngs for the shows a smaller aggregate than would probably have Cavendish tobacco. Co., 25 do, M. Lmdheim, 2 do, C. Sprotto, 2 do, H. week were 38r hhds and 127 boxes, as follows: been attamed had the weather been more propitious. Smokmg-It was an unfortunate omis.siOD when estab K 1 hurber & Co 55 do; Schenck & Co., 80 At the Bodman 'Varehou.:.e, 84 hhds, 111 boxes : 15 Despite this hindrance, however, there has been a lishmg a uniform tax qn not to do; B.elc_her, Park & Co 115 do J B. C Woodcock, hhds Mason County K,f, trash, lugs, and leaf: 3 at steady though quiet movement in all departments of have abolished at the same time all dlStmctions calcu24 do, Fitts & Austm, so do, F_H Leggatt & Co., 2 5 $8.9o@9-70, 9 at ro 50@13 75; 3 at 15@17.75 5 hhds the tobacco trade, and the total e?Chrbit IS, all things lated to operate to the of the tobacco do; M M. Welzhofer, 13. do, 12 caddle5 ; Maddux an. d 5 boxes Owen County, Ky., t'ash, and lugs: 3 at considered, fair one for the season. Such-Vutrade. While relievmg t_he Cavendish mtere!tof a reBrothel'>, 25 do, IS hlf boxes, G. W. Htllman & Co 20 5.ro@7-45 ; 3 at 8.60@9 35 ; 4 at 10.25@I 1.75 46 ginia goods as were su1ted to the wants of manufadurpress1ve and mvidious distinction, Congr:ess, last June, do, _35. do; Rrchey & P2 do, 1 do, ?0 qtr bxs; hhds New Owen County trash, lags, and leaf: 3I at era were mquired for, and some sales eff 1 at I9S pect of any cmmge for lower Jnces until weather breaks. t8qumng the dise.G>ntinuance of tile packmg m bulk of CoAS;WISri;. & Newmark, 2 At the Planters<.. House, 94 hhds all.d 2 boxes 66 up and receipts come m." The situat1on in Europe a. new brand of to09cco by a manufactaring hhds,' erss, er K aep&e' 113 cases. hhds Mason County Ky, trash, lugs, and leaf. 2 at was fully described m the reyorts m our last :!ism m the c1ty oiBaltimore, nor wGUld the mantd'acCoAS'1'WISE F;oMd .x: d & Cc 2 9 $3.20, 7.8o J 23 at 8.so@9.85, 25 at 10@14 25 n at issue Messrs; Horatio N. Ji>avis & Cc 's Liverpool turers be uncertamt}'as to what they cases re e ry 0 21 chl;. J D IS 25@ 19.25 4 at zr@23.s o 5 hhd!t Brown County Annual Tobacc,r Pnce Curretd, for J anuamy I, contains VB might not do otr be hable at a:ny moment to. hllv e Fish & S ro do; d. arhnez Ybor, J:3 bales scrraps : Ohw, trasla., lugs, ami leaf: r at 9 90, 3 at 10@15, I at the following remarks and statistics : tlreir busmess plans. deranged H' 0011' assumptioro IS Stratton torm, 9 No. 0 n.so. 2 bllds Owen Co.,Ky., at 7@9-15 I 1 hhds new "The past year opened witlla stock iTh Kingcocect, the Comm.iss10ne_r of Iatet;ool R;evenue has COAST'If'ISJ: F'ROM EW RLEIIllii'S-Oider 27 hllds. & Co., trash a11d lugs: 8 at 4-I0@-'7.85; 2 at 8.7 0 dom of about 50,000 hhds 34,ooo hhds 111 comneither from perS6flal b1as, nor the b.ehef tl>at the ::PAJLTIO'D'J.AIL KOTIOB. 8 75, I att I0-75 8 i:bds new Pendleton Co., Ky., tras!. parison with that of the former. year, andi tbts year the mterests of the rellenue dUmated at 3J.,POO hhds ei all denomtwhether chewmg aloae, or both and chewmg are reported sales nd q,uotationa of seed leal aa furniShmg the pnces that hexes West Vugima:: z boxes new at 8 .65, 8.8o, 2 hhds nations of North American iobacco, showmg a defiput up m ten twent.y, forty and pound packag!fS, should be obtair..ed for t!lem at fint band,.ao these refet-1n most:nstancea old at 1 r 5 hhd o. d b ....... b h h t 1 f C S Jre to old crops whK.h. have been held nearly a year, and the profit on A h M W -L 8 hhd _.3 erency of some I7,ooo s agamst lo'ji'Z, an a out ......_ ecause t e 36 e or care ongres I n which must -urally Include the tnteresllo n capital tnvesr.:d. t t e orns aJODJOuse, 7 s auu 7 boxes -19 equtvalent to that of r87x. 1!a drawin g a deduction pLevented oftlle1_r whole duty _at the unnot expect uen. ,,. the ca1e of new crops, to sell them for tile same hhds Co, trash, lugs, and leaf: 6 at f8.5o from the above figures, 1t rna! be desirable to notice tJme they were per.i>rrnmg a part Clf.It, he finds h1mself pnces., are oltamed. on 1e-sale here. f)f course every be @9.95; Ill at ; 3 at I8 50@19. 75 4 hhds that on 1st January, 1871, full llinowledge bad been obobl1ged to check honest rmt only m at an advance, ani! therefore tlle proce-obtatnable by the growero will new MaS0n Co z at 3o 6.7o, 2 a t 8.45 lt5o. 2 hhds tamed that the c-rop of 187 0 was exceedingly large, more but m every town and City Ill tlhe country. F"Or always be aorRowhatlower thaa our quora.ous. Brown Co, Oh10, at. 14, 17. 6 hhds Owen Co., Ky., 'l'lhereas on January, 1872, it had been ascertamed 1D> every townandl e1ty where rt is moade, smokmg til-QUOT A>TlONS OF WHOLE5ALE PR.IC:ES. trash, lugs and leaf: a at 8.8o, 9, 2 at 10, u.2s; 2 at the crop 1of 18"1 was below an average. This year, bacco has probably been packed illl oolk as well as m w.....,.___:r.lghtlo.&! .. 4'1 15, I9, $0 30 hlids. aoad 2 boxes new Owen Co. trash d k h ,c h f J I t Common to good; lugs. 9],(@10 Good 4-> @i8 however, the m"lrket again opens. wrth ae knowledge .rte prescnbe p.a.c: ages smce t e: vt o une as common ... .. Oommrn .... .. .... ... ... 1e @ta and 24 at 4o@7.65, 7 at 8. ro@9.25; 1 at I I.75 b d b h W b' d th It k I d tAe Medium .. Mlaald;r, ocaroe 118 @ll9 hhd P dl C K thatlargecropshave eense=e m otht e estern llinqmrymt Iscty unng e pas wee revea_e Good ........... @&2" 11 s.new en etoo o, y,: 9 at6.o5@7o; 2 at and Vuginia S.tatl!s during r&p, not to the J:act that about niMtenths of all the lllanufactones Fme. -- Preaeit 8ne .... &' @Joe 8.30@9,1-ZS 1 hhd new Boone Co., K.:'f, at 7 5 hhds k b Jk d f h m h Selections ........... 1S Q.rl"" Rnoroill< Jll" .. tern .Dislnct NJ1!1!'!1 Poun 48 @55 of 1st JanuaJ!)', 1871, the quotations now ruhng, show',to, and his pt.evi.oos declaratton_t?at h1s office undi>:rcommon Ius 9:.0:@10 Ncey Half PoiHrdl ,_, @5-I$of d b fi t "th t h h k t th t d Oommouleaf .... .. lOJi@ll nmlrK 'V h mg in companson wrth those that ay an mcrease: y ne-cu a w IC _rs nown o, e e .Medium lear...... u @U Fine ........... ..... 43 At the en ton are ouse, 83 hhds. and I box: x8 chiefly on the medium and Jo.wer grades, are not warand public as "Fme-C11t. Cllewmg Tobacco, ":'114, or Good ... .-oyTot.Jccoo.-LonglD'o 48 @60 hhds Mason Co., Ky_ 3 at $8.8s@9?s; 14 at I "" nd. h h d ld d d be k t b A t he e i'ne 14 @l> NaVJ", 4 8 and 5 46 6 hhd n.. C 0 \:!' ranted 1.0 arnve at a sou conc.us;ron on t IS ea wou eel e tQi smo mg o a.a:n na as 1 IS r Selecttona -15 @17 Ldt Flngen,llollo.. @80 at IQ.SO s .,.own o., h10, lugs and leaf: I at it is necessary to consider the stock of the staple artilso 1tis elsewhe:re; and everywuere Jt wtll_ have to bed1sIugo 8 @ 9 (Val I!ii.;.;.; :g @60 I3-7.S.i 6 at 15@I9. 2 bhds Owen Co., Ky., lugs and cle, strips., as influencing more or less all other continued. E.ven as we wnte, the pracnce has already, Low to medllml !eat-. lOX@l2V. Bright Gold Bars. &il>ch 63 leaf at r6.so, 23 hhds and 1 box new Owen Co., or spinning descnphons 1 On 1St January, 1871, it may we understand, b een diSCOntinUed In thiS order n & Bead;y 60 @6 l K.)h trash and lugs.; 36 at 5 50@7-75; 8 at 8 05@9 70; be est 1mated to have been m Uruted Kingdom about of the odflnbte1rnal bReven ue,1 anddwf1thm ha fedw :: ... : ,. @41! 7 ai 10.25@I3.25. 11 hhds new Pendleton Co, Ky., NEW ENGLISH PATENTS.-ProvisionaJ pro tection for SIX months has been granted for the follow ing :-No. 3189. G. W. Tanner,. of Providence, _Rhode c l sland, United States, "An 1m proved machme for cigars Dated Octoaer 26, 1872 -No. :3533 E L. Ward, of Kensmgton Square, "A new or improved pipe for smokmg tobacco." Dated Novem ber 25, 18p. No. 3457 C. W. Muter aml T. W Sm1th, both of 86 and of 87 GracechurchStreet, and C Mtuas1, 21, 000 hhds, zst January, 1872, 26,ooo bhds, and tb1s days an order w1ll ou less e promu gate rom ea rnmmgtl s um R9 @fO at 6.25@7 75 2 hbds West Vii gmi.a. at 7, 9 25. f ] h II Th b f t 1 @ 8 Hal,{ Poundllle>od Thirdsp day 1 s,ooo hhds, showmg an mcrease o s ooo hhds quarters sup.pressmg It e sew ':r as we e aJie ac Brown al>dOreenloll 8 @ Ftne ......... . 12 @4.1 At the h1ster Warehouse, 42 hhds and 1 box n comparmg 1st January, 1872, with the stock same date of so many manufacturers puttmg up m th1s way tobacco Medium-fine red. 9 ta Hcdnua 4ll 42 b:hds Mason Co Ky, trash, lugs, and leaf: 11 at .. 8.65 b d b h 1 Com to mcd. spangle.!. 8 ll Qua>Wr P .. 1idr.-l'lne @18 P I87z, but a decrease of I r,ooo hhds th1s day to that about which there can e any ou t s ows most '?one ul!'llle -led to yeuo .. 11 '*<>00 ss @ W @ 9 .8o; 8 at ro@12.75; 2 at 18, 22. z5. I6 hhds Browo exrsting this penod last year, wh1ch great reduction in stvely that they desrre and they have a. nght to '!:, = Co ., Oh10, trash and lugs I at 7.zo; 7 at 9.10@9 95; 8 companson to former years is caused by the unprece-this privilege, and there be1_ ng, far as we can perSeund. c.;;,;;,;,;,; 7 @a .l'bckox.'' Dated December 6, I8p. Letters have been issued fur the following: No. 2291. B. G. B. Mills of London, "Improvements in the mant1facture and other boxes of paper, pasteboard, thin -wood orother flexible material, and in machinery for :t he rr:anufacturing the same and in apparatus for sanding 111atch boxes." Dated July u; x872. SpecificationS -published during tha-onth.-r8721: No. 8oo. E. Laporte and C. D. r E'ontaine, Preparing tobacco," 4d.-No. '91"3 c. 'J. Newburn, "Makmg bgarettes," 6d.-No. uo3R. Tieman, 4d.-No. 2329. G. Haseltine, Manufactunng CJgBrs," 8d -No 1282. A Prince, "Tobacco pi.pes and c1gar tubes," 4d. No. :r3 z 3 H R. Fanshawe arrd M. Bird, Ctgara, etc," 4d. u85. E. Page and J. H. Howard, "Cutting splints;" 1s. Iod.-Ne. I J36M. Henry, "Powder or slluff-b'ox," 4d ------1 b th Good do & @ 9 NegrohQan--t'<>..,.ltc. @55 Dark, pounds, 40@5o; halves, 40@5o; quarters, clay would have b een excessively high, in fact bordersame time to have the tax on snuff reduced to twenty ::: :.::: ...... oo 40@50; fives, 40@5o ; tens, 40@50. Western, ing on those ruling dunng the war. The consumptton cents a pound, the same as on tobacco 'I:he present a.Dd FUien ._ 11 @13 do O.nn Seed so ou pounds, 6o@7 Si halve s, 48@53; quarters, ; fives, I b b t f th t8n crop do do Secondo !16 00 ':!1 of the worli 1s on the increase, North Amenca alo,ne tax on this artie e to e anol er ms ance o e Wl"'ppero ... --... 45 @6<1 New York Seed conn 48@53; tens, 48@53 Dark, pounds, 45@5o; halves, absorbmg a large portion of her crops, therefore it 1s absence of mmd prevathng at the Capital on June : 76 = ::g 45@50; quarters, 45@5o; fives, 45@5o; tens, 4S@so; to be feared some time must elapse before the stock of 6. u tt oo oo fancy, long tens, ss:lady finger, 55@65; pocket pieces; stnps in th1s country can accumulate. Should there be The demand for smokmg tobacco has been steady Pmns]j!""" ... &! bnght twist, 58@65 only an average make in the States year a very stiff thrOf.ghout the wee_k. 11ra crop Common fJ1&n 16 00 DANVILLE, VA, February 1 -Messrs. Pemberton Tb th t b d f Wrapper 22 Cheroots &nd Sllteo .... 10 00 market must be and even supposmg the make IS no mg new 0 e sat 0 cigars. Aooorted toto .. u .sn,.ff-Maccoboy -85@-!Ill & Penn, Tobacco Commission Merchants, report : For of 187o IS repeated, It will only be sufficient for thereIS less animation tha, n was recently, but a .. 13 = :g the past month our rece1pts exhibit a steady inquirements of autumn I87J to that of 1874, as the prefau, steady, _de!'Iland. charactenzes the maTket at aU 1m crop Common ------66 crease. The mclement weather that prevailed through sent stock by. tl1e of 1873 w1ll be exhausted 1f Urnes, an.d this IS saymg a good deal 10 a season of =.cauGenu......, -J.J: the month of December and early January rendered it the consumption contmues as hitherto, and wh1ch can extraordmary dullness. Filler.! 10 @IGJi M. & M 2 impracttcable for our farmers to handle their finer d 1 d t 0,(, Nt:IIJ Yorl: Se<4 IAna 28 grades, and during that time sales were principally con consumptioo of Nortb Amencan Leaf, of which the Exchange lS qu1et. We quote: Brlls at 6o days :.:.::::: fined to the commonest classes. But now that the seastock in the United Kingdom may be esllmated at q,on London, for C?mmercial; 109U Fillers...... .. ll @11" G c.. 460 Ill son is more favorable our warehouses are da1iy crowded ooo against u,ooo hhds ISt January, 1872, and 15,ooo @109Y. for banker's; do. at short sight, 110U@uof8; 9.16'@10 n":"'::::: with fine yellow leaf, fillers, and fancy smokers. Frem hhds _same date 1871, or. the adve_nt of Paris at 6o days, do. _at short Sight, "0 a. F." ... all sections of the country we learn that the cr"" tbla r.> S lbnnaFll Com 1111 @91)0 "Wyllts EI "iiiO IIHI. Del. ll9 -r supphes of demable substitutes as m past years; unAntwerp, wtss, 525 do Good do 96@1 w .. 'l.c.,.ea.......... ... 28 year will be unusually bnght. We quote lugs, common iortunately, however, for the trade, thiS latter C()Dtln-@s.:zo; Hamburg, 4 Retchsmark, Am.. red, 5 to 7; lugs, good, 7 to sy. ; lugs, medium bright, g ency appears no longer possible, unless those from sterdam, 4oU Frankfort, Bremen, M-J-..t-Tu:wota.perpouad "MF 9 to 11 ; lu.,as, fine, u to 14; extra smokers, 15r.o2 5 b 1 I 1 d k 6t.t. p s thalers R B" ...... 2a ChmaandJapan are to .esoeyre1e on,nettherof 4Rerchsmar 70 7 Extrafine ........... ao @70 uw,s. .................. .. leaf,commonred,7 to 9; goo4_,gY,to n; goodrich THE RrvtN'GTON STREET RoBBEJtY.-Stephen H which, although valuable m the present dearth, can be are qmet and firm, owmg to the small amount Fmo .......... 30 @! ."0 s and waxy, u to IS ; common bnght, 1 I to 15; medium M alony, aha!! Sam Malony, was tr1ed i'_l the General compared with Paraguay and Java either in point of of room. xoliTIILT o ,..._. ... .,.n T oueoo bnght, '15 to 20; fine bright, 25 to 40; extra bright, 45 Sessions last wee k on charge of robbery m the first deintrmsic utihty in the factory or tobacco properties IMPORTS. lb.,.-. ouoo. Yara. Olent to 65. gree. The complainant was Mr. William Feltmann, Seed seedleafduringthe week The arrivals at the port of New York from foreign Sk>ck on hand, Jan 1 1813 B ls I s Bla. HOPKINSVILLE, KY., 3o.-Messrs .M. clerk and paymaster of L Hirachom & Co .. tobacco was confined mamly goods adapted to home requi_re -ports for the week, endmg February 4, included the Reoond om<:e 9,ue 4 9! H. Clark & Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report: m anufacturer at 332, 334 and 336 Rtvingtoo Street. ments, but httle bavmg been sold for shipment, which following :-Total .. .. ..... . 37,118 ,211 There was a good deal of animation manifested in our Xr. FeHmann te stified that on the z6th of December he transactions were altogether comparitively hght, the Hoffman, 48 bales order, 2 38 do. Saleo andre."pmonto to Jan I. 1873. market this week, developing nself mainly m a strong ...ent to the Importers' and Bank in Broadway reaching only 442 cases The details of NAPLES-F. R. & S. D Routh, 25 chests hconce Stock oa haDdl'el>. 1, ma .......... n ,I6 T 4 ,689 demand for low ades Lugs were stiffer, and seemed .and dr-ew purpofse of paying hands and dllllnbutlotl are as follows: 100 cases I87I, yonnectiCUt paste ; order, so.ld&o. c L 1 B 1 & Do it ::: :::.: m to be sought to ith. eagerness, while the better grades iiqptdaling other 1 at the actory of his employers. wrappers at 35@5oc; ISO cases do. r87o-crop, at Io@ HAVANA-Wei o., 3II -ua es; unz rm onaLT orAu.an o- rocu nm .... Tou: noon .. ,. TOBAcco of leaf were easier than heretofore. We quote lugs, 7 On his return, about I P ..... near the factory, he enIJCj 54 cases Pennsylvania fillers on pnvate temts; so zer, 226 do j Schroeder & Bon, 72_ do ; F Marguez, 6 lliOP&CTIOJr wusaov-. @8, low :leaf, 8@8.?'; common leaf, me-countered three men 011 the Sidewalk, who separated, cases 187 r, Massachusetts wrappers at 32c:, and a lot of do; Kob't. E. Kelly & Co., 13 do M. & Ed Salomon, Total dtum leaf 9 Y.@to }.( good leaf @II U fine leaf, spemingly to allow him to go between them. His susat 9 U @9 the for export. 2 do ; S. Preston, I do i & S:0 3 Stock on hand Jaa. ,873 7,r% 11 12_' Receipts 'to date 4 :'bhds. rings picions had peen excited! by their movements, and he The circular of Messrs. M. Rader & Son adds i:XPOR fS. Receved stnce... .. . . ... :roq .... m9 .., II 7 hhds. Rej ectrons 8 hbds. Sales !Io9 hhds. endeayqtt!d to pass them near the curb. When abreast Transactions during the past month have been rather From the port of New York to ports other Total . ... . .. .. 5 2 ,91s 9 46 5 u,o;3 Though leaf was easier than last week the market was of a man, whom he swore was the pnsoner, he had a light, partly owing to severe wlllter weather than European the week en ng January 29 Delivered since.... 69 79' s.s96 s.s5 not untformly lower, for while in mstances a dehaiidful of red pepper dashed into his face, and the the home trade, and the great difficulty of obtammg were as follows lb slock on hand Feb ,, n .... .. .. .-3 4.87o 6,597 clme of U to y. was observed it was more than .recov-three robbers snatched at the bundle of bank notes unfreight, curtailing export de The sales were BRITISH NoRTH AMERICAN CoLONIE5-3,54Z s :.::: ::::: ::: ered in other cases, and therefore we make no change der his arm, which he had, wrapped in a newspaper at of old crops, dunng Jut month, wttb the qootatrons mfd, J6o5. BALTIMORE, Fehruarv I.-Messrs. c. Loose & 10 our quotations but hope next week to report a unithe 'bank. Mr. Feltmann, half blinded by the pepper, bel?w. 8oo cases Connecticut a11d Massachusetts,. of BRITISH WEST lNDIBS-SS bales, f>S7 3; 3 cases, Co., Commission Merchants and Dealers in Leaf To form decline what appears to us the prese,nt very nevertheless made a \jgorous_ struggle to save the which for export 300 cases; no cases Penns}lvama; $n5. fd bacco, report. Market for past week _shows mode rate dangerous scale of prices. money, and the bundle was tom and scattered. One no Ohio--total, 8oo cases. _0f the new crop DuTCH WEST INDIES-3 hhds, $857 ; 428 lbs m activity, and pnces are generally mamtamed. OfMaryLOUISVILLE, yanuary 3r.-We report as follows: of the men dischafged a pistol, arid Mr. Fe itmann rewere diSposed of 1,ooo cases and Massachu$153 land receipts are still hght, nor can they to The demand has been very active as receipt:; have IDlturned the fire, but could not see what he was shootmg setts, sooo cases New York, of wh1ch for export :roo; HAYTI-no bales, $l,842 fd come in more liberally, ere the bay and nver navigation oroved. Prices are firm. The receipts for the week at. The firing, however. brought him assistance from 300 Pennsylvania, goo Oh io of wbrch for export 8oo; NEw GRENADA1Z0 bales, ft,42Z ; z,94Z lbs m .' ts fully reopened. Sales consequently Jn:nited, though 1 076 hhds 468 boxes and the exports 883 hhds the factory, ond $I,34o 10ut of f4,140 was p1cked up 1,400 Wisconsin and Western, of whrch for export 1,4oo; $889. the demand is fairly up to the hght offenngs. Ohio 1 s 2 3 8 9 boxes. The sales at different warehouses from the pavement, the robbers ha'l'mg made off with -total, 4,100. Total for export, 2,4oo. PERU-14,03I lbs-mfd, $3,57 coming-in more freely, and the sales foot up about 44 0 I 216 hhds ai follows: the remainder. For the defence it was urged that Mr. Regarding busmess during the month, the Circular To European ports for the week end1o0g 4 : hhds, for France, with some little for Bremen. 'The Pickett House sold I82 hhda: 45 hhds Kentucky was mistaken as to the identity Malony of !dessrs. J S. Gans & Son says: There bas been a BREMEN-88 hhds, 69 do stems, 472 cases, Ioo es. Pnces are slightly in favor of buyers, but not quo' ably leaf: I at JI6 so; 2 at 13 5o, 13.25; 5 at n@u.7s; 5 Two swore he was at the time cf the sausfa_ctorr demand both for export and home conCADIZ-369 hhds. chan ed. Of new Kenfucky little is coming in so fu, at xo@1o.7s; 5 at 9@9.70; 23 at 8@8.9o; 4 at7 "Cbbbery oysters m a saloon :'-t 392 F1rst avenue, l!fmpllon, the first, however, !las been mostly <:Onfined GLASGOW-8,o8o lbs mfd. 8 mfd .. and therefore lirht. Old crop, w 1 th very hght 4 hhds do old fillers at 13.75 each. 76 bhds do lugs: 113 tw?, mites the scene, but the JUTJ a to Jow grades. Sales-Crop of Connecttcut and LrvKRPOOL-aJI hbds, 9I,t87 lb lba mfd e stocks is held very firm. The iDSpecuons were: I72 at 7@7.90; u at 6.6o@7 8o; 18 at 6.6o@J.20) 3 at 6.50 diet of pihf. Reoocder sentenced the pns-Massachusetts, loa .cases of whcch for elq>ort JOO. Loar>N-111 hlads, n c..-, QU llhdi :M laad 4-Il do Ohio 11 do Vugiaia, 5 do K.en-@J 10 at 6.1o86.9 o. I 4 bhda do lrub: at a.10 1; on*te .. yttablaard...._ m Siill S&tc-C.., ze,1.;.c-.c;eint ...a. '"" eipn. ary

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) T ------------------6 at 7@.7 90; 6 at 6 2q@6 go. 1 hhd leaf at r RICHMOND, yanuary 25.-Mr. R A. M11Is, To 9 I hhd Indiana leaf at 9 10 26 do lugs at 6.35 bacco Broker, reports as follows. Our ma1ket has @7S" 9 hhds do trash at (i,zo@6 go showq_ no matenal change srnce my last !"eport Pnces Stock in first Dn law referred to, and to.flte same1extent the revenues of ofVJTgmm tobacco shall forever burn, and 1ts pl4aaidt: the Government are increased fumes be conductecrby supplementary lead pipes into Hopmg that I have answered your inqtllnes w1th suf-every bachelor's pnvate apartments? There 15 really ficient exphc1tness, I .am yours respectfully, no hmit to the good things wllkh rnrght thus be laid The Louisville House aold-243 hhds.-uo hhds Kenseemea to have reached the1r lowest ebb last week, and tucky leaf, 1 at $81 per Ioo lbs, 65 13 so; 14 at 13; whtle I ihave no actual advance note still there was 7 at IJ.75i .J at Io@Io 75, 12 at 9@9 so, 7 at 8@8.90. rather more firmness mamfeloted m the market the past I08 hhds do lugs: 2 at 9 25, 9; I7 at 8@8 8o; 13 at 6 6o week and buyers seemed wtllmg and ready to ..operate @8 40, II at 7 5o@8; 43 at 7@7 go; 4 at 6 70@7, s freely, at presen.t figur es, hence I _do not expect to see at 6 8o@7.6o, 13 at 6.7o@6.9o. 2 hhds do trash at 6.50. any further declme, but look for a steady and firm mar[Stgned) J W. DOUGLASS, Commusroner. on' m Bostoman houses, and the day may yet ToW. P. BuRWELL, Esq, Washmgton, D C when the Boston Citizen shall have hot and cold air, Tobacco SheclB and How. to Them. J hhd V1rgtma leaf at 13. I hbd Indiana leaf at 9.30. ket, w1th an upward tendency, as the season advances 1 4 hhds do lugs at 7g@8.8o. I7 hhdo do trash at SS and the selections improve. The transactions were A writer in the Springfield (Mass.) 70 6o 9 hhds and 31 boxes. TR&DE VIBWS. "I have noticed that a good many of our tobacco ra!s\:3' r ers get caurht some seasons for want of room to cure The Boone House sold 104 hhds. 54 hhds KenFe6ru11ry I -In our market for the past The Ca doa-Label Velce m Ciathe crop m. The consequence the lower tiers get tucky leaf I at per zoo lbs; 3 a t3.75 12 12; 2 week, I have to note a steady demand for all grades, douatl. crc)Ot(ded too close, which are the very ones that should at H-75; 9 at Ic@I0.75; 12' at 9 lo@9 6o; 25 at 8@ with a shght sttffemng m pnces for all desuable kmds [CIIrrespontiente of "THE ToBACCO LEAF."] have more room Some put up what we call a poleS 90; 2 at 7o. 66 hbds do lugs: 8 at 8@8 70; 44 at and whtle I do not deem 1t necessary to alter my quota. We are glad to see reference m a late issue of your frame shed, and many a fine lookmg and 7; 24 at 6.1o@6.go. 4 hhds Tennessee leaf at twns, still outstde figures are attamable for all desuable paper, to the cautiOn label nui!lance; the ent1re trade surroundmg IS made to look uncouth and upcomfortable 16.75 10.25, 9, 9 grades, with an upward tendency m the market A few IS no doubt awake to the IDJUSttce, annoyance and mby one of those scarecrow sheds. I cla1m that every The Farmers' sold r86 hhds 86 hhds Ken-pkgs of fine bright wrap,ners were offered the past week qllls1tonal chaucter of the cautwn-labe: regulatwns, r I r r 1armer shou d possess a Jew or more mechamc's tool5 tucky leaf: 2 at n.so; r at 18; 2 at 16, 16 25; and sold, though there 15 not enough of stnctly fine and 1t 1s to be hoped, smce the subJeCt has been touched f d 1 ti 1 k k f o goo se ect10n, or poor too s rna e poor wor men 2 at 14.:15, I4 2 at8 13, 13 so, 8 2 at 1 82, 7 at 1 r; 14;; wrappers upon the market to fix pnces. The transac upon in your mfluenttal that the agttation or regenerally. I Will name a few that would be of general Io@Io 7S, 25 at g@9. o, 24 at 2o@ 9o; 5 at 7 twns were Ssr hhd, 101 trcs, 24 boxes 1 quote. peal or modificatiOn of the laws on the matter wtll not A hammer, cut saw, large square, one or two au7 90 79 hhds do lugs 2 at g, Io at 7 .2o@8 90; 40 at Lugs, common ______ -________________ -5 to 6 cease unhl obJect thereof IS accomphshed And from gers one mch or more m size, brace with a few small 7@7 90, 38 at 6 50@7 So; g at 6 so@6 go I o hhds do Lugs to good colory 6 rL to g your arguments and denunciatiOn of the regulatiOns, on d trash at 6 90 11 hhds. reJected Lear.,' co' 'mmoo ________ _______ --__ -_-_--__ -_-_--__ -_-87 2 .. 0 grL shell bits, a screwriver, a COll'llter sink,shmglehatchet, '=' 7" the ground of their lnJUSttce fo the JObber aqp folly m good stzed shop axe with broad axehelve with which to TheP!anters'House sold 103hhds 49-hhdsKenLeaf,mediumtogood.-----------------9 to 13 supposmg that the useof counterfeit stamps would d dd b f he d t 1 1 t k I f t 6 t t B I k state the fact on them, much complamt is made by the 0 0 JO 5 0 an s larpen raJ s, one or ucy ea Ia ,r,2 a II,II252 ngJtsmoirscommon ________ ------7 tog at ro.25. 10 at 9@9 70, 23 at 8@8 go, 9 at 7 40@7 90 Bnght smokers' med1um to good. _______ .10 to 20 larger manufacturers, OR account of the useless trouble of a shop where his leisure hours can be profitably 1 i'hhds do low leaf and lugs u at 8.6o@8 So. 39 Bnght wrappers, common to medmm. ____ 12 to 18 they are put to, besides bemg m a measure obliged to spent 10 doing ltttle JObs that wtll cost hlm less time, bhds do lugs 3 at 8@8 8o; 17 at 7@7 90, 18 at 6@ Bnght wrappers, good to fine __________ .20 to 40 get up pnvate brands for JObbmg customgenerally, than It does to hunt up s ome one else to do 6 9 o ; I at 5. 3 hhds do trash at 6 4o@6.8o z hhds Stemmmg, common. ___________________ 7 tCi 9 ers, who take th1s means to protect themselves, agamst them, besides havmg to pay for It. But 1 have dl Indlana lugs at 6 70 6 70 Stemn11ng good to fi e 10 to r3 mterference w1th the1r trade which 1s a measure mv1ted n ------------,---gressedfrommysubJeCt,soicomebackandgiveafew h S H ld 8 hhd 8 hhd by consp1cmty g1ven to the actual manufacturer's The Nmt treet ouse so 21 s. 4 s SAN FRANCISCO, :Jatmary 24 -The Commerctal to say nothing of the matenalloss of lime and exhmts how to properly construct a pole bmldmg m a meXentucky leaf 1 at 18 75, 20 at IO 25@13 so, 4 at Herald says Stocks of all kmds are liberal and trade pense mcldental. All this could be avoided, the law chamcal pomt, as well as looks Suppose a bulldmg 24 8.so@r6; 3 at i.7o@1o so, 12 at 8 70@9 So, 8 at 8@ exceedmgly qmet-pnces as hertofore The exports by 36 feet that g1ves three sections of 2 feet each, for hhd d I 6 8 8 retam 1ts so-called safeguards and the theones of revenue 8 40 s6 s o ugs at 7 ro@ 20 at 7@7 90; r were l case ctgars to Central Amenca. There are now wl11ch you wlll want e1ght poles about 15 feet long, four 6 6 6 g hih_, d h d offictals also be respectfully observed by merely chang-at 6 50@7 oo, r2 at o@ .go. us o tras an on their way to th1s port from domestic Atlantic ports, poles 24 feet long, all of good SIZ'!, as near stratght as hhd d h 6 mg a sectiOn of the act of July, 1868, s0 as to requtr" lugs at 6.2o@7 so. 3 s o tras at Io@6 30. I bhds and r,o96 cases. posstble, and any farmer that can stght a gun barrel hhd I d 1 6 only an 1mprint on the c1gar-box or stamp of the factory hhd do scraps at 4 1 n 1ana ugs at 30. tmd bnng down h1s game, ought to know bow to set H ld 6 hhd hh K ST LOUIS 'Yanuaru 29 Mr J E Hayns Tob"C and D1stnct number, and not also the manufacturers The Exchange ouse so 6 s 20 as en' J .r Q these poles m hoe and plumb equal distance apart. If tucky leaf: 1 at 3 at 10 9 at 9 @ 9 90 7 at 8 _20@ co Broker, reports as follows ReceiVed 50 hhds agamst name. Thts would remove one more gnevance from you use twelve feet boards for stdes, lin e' through one 8.6o 39 hhds do lugs 5 at 8 Io@8 8o, 22 at 7@7 90, 37 the prevtous week There were sales on Thursday the body pohhc. foot above ground and get tt level, saw m one mch on 12 at 6@6 90 3 hhds sweepmgs at 6.10, 5 70, 9oc. r and yesterday, but none on FFday, Saturday and Mon-CINCINNATI, :January, 1873 S L & Co the line, score up enough above the hne to let on a 2 hhd do trash at 6 45 day The sales Thursday an yesterday compnsed 26 Tbe Lear TCJb:ueo Seeuons of" tile Law of" by 4 inch p1ece so as to proJect one mch. Sp1ke on the The Kentucky House sold 214 hhds. 32 hhds Ken-hhds (mostix: small) 4 at 5 6o@s.go; 7 at 6 @ 6 9o i 5 at :New Ruhuss oflbe Commisliiouer. same firmly. Now measure from the botto111 edge up t k 1 f t '* z 5 t 75 t @ 7@7 go; 7 at S@S 9o; 1 at 10 and 2 at II@Ir.so and WASHINGTON, D C, 'Yanuary 29, r873. SIX feet upon each pole, notch as prcv10usly and sp1ke uc Y ea I a 1 0 2 a 11 1 r. 11 a Io 10 56 boxes at 2.50@9 40-all new crop except 2 hhds at J 75 10 at 6o 18 at 8@8 90 12 hhds do leaf and To the Etlttor:r oif the Rultmoflti Dzs"atch -You wtll on a 3 by 5 mch beam, because the tobacco poles are 7 60.:;,7 90 5 hhds were passed, and b1ds were reJected r lugs at 6 so 58 hhds do lugs I at 8 ro. 33 at 7 obhge me by pubhshmg the constructiOn gtven below to run crossw1se of the uuiidmg and one end 1s to rest on 4 hlids at 8@13, and I box at 9 JO No sale to day @7 90 24 at 6@6 95 2 hhds do trash at 5 65 5 50 by CommiSSIOner Douglass to the late tobacco law, m upon th1s p1ece Saw off the top of the poles five feet Little or no old tobacco m the market. We quote new reference more especially to sales of leaf. Great m1sap three mches from the lower edge of th1s p1ece; sp1ke LYNCHBURG, Fecruary r -Mr. John H. Tyree, crop lugs oo@6 oo; common leaf 6 50@7 so, medmm h b h d k pre enswn has preva1led on this subJect m regard to on top a 3 y 5 me p1ece an proJeCt to rna e 1t m Tobacco Commisson Merchant, reports Recetpts have leaf 8.oo@9 so, good leaf zo@r 2.oo. No fine offermg the retatlleaf clause. It wtll be seen that the late to lme wtth the two lower ones' do the other Side correlarger dunng thrs week, pnncrpally loose tobacco, L1ght weight packages soc@Ioo "JJ:l. roo Ibs less than I 1 1 d 'tr> bacco law, insteae of abndging the nghts of planters, spondmgly, bemg sure to leve _across the end of the mostly lugs and short dark eaf Market acttve an these quotatiOns. There has been no change m plug 1 b ld F h 1 f b 11 fi d great y enlarges them, havmg abolish'ed a very annoy-u1 mg. or t e ower tier o to acco fit m between pnces firm Below you WI n pnces current, VIZ tobacco smce my last. Primings, mferior to common frosted lugs, FOREIGN. mg tax-the tax on sales of leaf tobacco Vntll the the center poles 4 6 mch p1eces, and for the cross @ 6 common shippmg, 5@6 good shlppmg, 6@6 plantt:rs of V 1rginin. desire to become peddlers of leaf tiers notch from the lower side of the plates 8 mches, fine do, common workmg, S@6; good do, 6 ROTTERDAM, '.Jan11ary 7 -J. M. Laurillard retol.acco-a busmess m wh1ch they have nev.er embark-and sptke on 2 by 6 mch ptece, domg the same every @ 7 ; nne do, ]@8, extra smokmg, IS@ 20 ; common ports as follows Java-This article was dunng the ed-th1s provisiOn can in no way mterfere with them, beat The tobacco poles are to run lengthwise oi the shtppmg leaf, 7 @8; good do, 8@ 9 ; fine do., IO@II; com-past year continually m fa1r request, and notwlthstand-but.at the same tune 1t tends to foster tlle1r mterests m bu1ldmg, th1s her to measure up 9 feet from the top of moo workmg, good do, 8@Io;. fine do., 10 @12, mg the pnces for covers, fillers and cuttmg purposes fostenng: the interest of the manufacturers, whom the the cross tter upon the center poles, saw off and spike common wrappers, 10 @12; good do, I2@ 1 S advanced Importantly, the des1 re of makmg transac. planters look ultimately to m makmg sales of the1r to on 3 by 4 mch ptece. The etghth rafter should be 2 by ttons m parues "afloat," or "loco" was very am mated bacco This clause of the tobacco law affects only JOb6 inches or more, the lower ends restmg upon plate and NASHVILLE, Yanuaty 31--Messrs. J. M. Car-b d t 1 d I d f h t th d b h I fhe quality of the 1871 crop was very satiSfactory, and ers an re at ea ers m 1stncts o country w ere tocross te, e upper en s Jmnmg a ove t e nuge poe sey, Son & Co, propnetors of the Capitol Warehouse, b t d A d th t h t d II k d t th S k b d I t the reJOiced appearance of wh1ch I menhoned m my occo rs no raise n e par 1es w o are now ag1 an we sp1 e oge 6 so, 6 so, 6 cated 10 that proportton The better treatment and mcreased consumptiOn of manufactured tobacco annu-upon these braces secured to same, to be s feet above 6 so We sold to-day at private sale II hhds as fol-11 f th h h 1 t Th 1 h f 1 h b classification wh1ch 1s apphed to th1s art1 cle on the a y, m consequence o e eavy restnctlons on t e sa e mam crosstes ree engt so at crosswise can e lows 10 10 g 75, 9 7 5 9 9 9 9 5o, 9 plantattons has excited more and more cofifidence and of leaf for peddlmg or consumptive uses, as h1gh as 10,put U[t by fittmg 10 one of JOist under the roof in hne 8 so, 8 so. In consequence of the cold weather we d1d d s 1 M Ed 1 f th th fitt t t b d b 1 we may hope, that th1s way, wh1ch has proved to be the ooo,ooo poun s ure y, r. 1tor, a c ass o men wt ese, mg m wo JOin s a ove an one e ow, not offer over one half we mtended to sell. Rece1pts at 1 k th r t h d t 11 th d f f b d t be 1 d 1 only one to acqmre magmficent results, will be followed I e ese manuJac urers, w ose pro uc pays annua y e lOwer en o roo oar s o na1 e to p ates this market wtll mcrease largely With more favorable t th F d 1 T "' h h N th I d fi t d b h f for the future. The system of prod11cm g "quantity" m o e e era reasury ,34,ooo,ooo, ave a ng t to a1 on e s 1 mg, rs roppmg a out one mc rom weather for handlmg. Most of tobacco recetved up d t f h G f J t h ti f b d 1 h d has always furnished a great Joss for the planter, when a conespon mg pro ecuon rom t e overnment m top o p a e, or enoug or roo oar to c ear t e en s to th1s time is m bad order, and of inferior quality, th t w p B u r b d r h d f h b 1 1 ''quality" was lo5t out of stght "Aualtty" and.."quan-IS respec se I2 1eet oar s JOT t e en so t e u1 ding, na1 mg Pnzers havml!_ turned the1r attenllon to pnzing thetr m '"<.! [C ) h d d t d t1ty," as much as posstble, but especmlly the former, opy t em up an own o cross pieces same as st es, feri<>r tobacco first, because of the unfavorable weather w J g 1 ti f d h d N "I must be shown to the best advantage. The total proASHINGTON, anuary 27, I 73 eavmg room or a pa1ro oors eac en ow na1 for handhng \Ve regard the above pnces as satlSfac-s I h d J tt f th th h h h bl b d d d duce of the I87 1 ,-7 2 crop consisted of about 130 000 1r-ave receive your e er o e 27 m w tc on t e ga e oar ., up an own so as to pr0Ject outtory to ourselves but the sellers grumble at the prict:s. t te tL"n s h t h h d f h 1 b d f 1 b d d bales, bemg about 2o,ooo bales more than the crop of a you s a mu I a muc as grea appre ens ton as ex-s1 eo. t e ower oar o course eavmg oar s, Sl es NEW ORLEANS, :January 29 -We report as fol-year ago. Particularly the pnces for wrappers and 1sted and stdl exrsts m the mmds of many m Jegard to and ends to be hmged for ventilatiOn. For the roof use lows: There has been a better demand, but busmess covers advanced importantly. The stock, however, of the retat! leaf clause of the tobacco b1ll wh1ch passed good planed boards 16 feet long, drop down And has been prevented by the smallness ot the stock whtch the former was so mstgmficant that a general sahsfac Congress June 6, 1872, you w1ll be obhged to me for a now, farmers, 1f you have got to '"put up one of these 1s.riow only 1 so hhds, about half of which will soon be twn could not be giVen to the inquirers. In fillers and constructiOn of th1s law by the Office of Internal Rev-bmldmgs JUSt get the matenals together tlus good sled offered. The sales have been 176 hhds, of whtch 10 cuttmg-tobacco, of wh1ch sorts the selection was not enue wtth spreclal refe1ence to the followmg pomts drng and up w1th the bu1ldmg early m the spnng, 1t will new were sold at 9 J4 c, 10 do, at 18 do, mcludmg md1fferent, many transactiOns have been made at cur-I. Can a shenff levy on leaf tobacco m the h.mds of be handy to put farming implements under. There was one-th1rd lugs, 9;r8, and the rest on pnvate terms. Quorent rates Ch1efly Krossok found promptly buyers for and sdl the same m some crowdmg of work the past season-bUlldmg to tatJOns are nommal The rece1pts were 54 hhds; ex-cuttmg purposes. Mamlla-Dtrect 1 mportatJOns did 2 Does the law reqmre a person to pay a baceo sheds, when the farmers wanted to be gettmg m ports were 40 hhds for Genoa, 40S for Carneva, 892 for not take place. A few parcel& of the 1 g6 9 and 1370 tax as a dealer mleaf tobacco, paying for same $25, to the c1op, and Capt. Jack Frost was up to some of h1s Leghorn, I for Bnttsh Hondmas, and 20 from Bremen crop (nand 4 a) were brought successwel y on this mar'enable htm to btd on and pm chase leaf tobacco at such practical jokes. beer, coffee, and tobacco.limoke supplied to every rooa in hiS house, oy d!eans Of pipes an:l faucets." .&."liot.t.o ._.e. B) John H. Draper & Co., 112 Pearl St., on Tues day, February 11, at 12 o'clock, noon, 10 the1r store. fostponed, from 4th mst. (1"-o close-different mterests. Large" and peremptory safe of domestic cigars. 0Ae million one hundred nd e1ghty thousand domestic -ci gars, m "I I8 cases. Samples will be ready for exammabon at our store on Monday, February 3 Changes in B .. lDe ST Lours, Mo -Wall & BelVIn, CommiSSIOn Mer chants for the sale of manufactured and leaf tobacco and ctgars Mr. Frank P. D_ay, adm1tted, firm name now Wall, Belvm & Day LoNDoN, ENGLAND.-HoratlO N. Dav1s & Co, sworn Tobacco Brokers. Mr. B. Goodwm Dav1s has ted w1th htm Mr. TJios. Wm Bartlett; style of name unchanged. WILL FLOUR ExPL01DE ?-Dr. Macadam, Professor of Chemtstry m the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, lately read a paper begmnmg w1th an allusiOn to the dtsastrou!l. e.xplosio which occurred recently in the Tradeston Flour M1lls, and made the followmg explanatiOns fhe operations carried on in a flour mlll might be Stated under three o diVlSIODs-tlie leansmg Of the gram, the grmdmg, and the stftmg or dressing of the gram flour. In small mills these operations went on day by day with a mimmum of risk so far as fire Ol' plos1on was but m large mills the danger wl&s. mcreased, for ten, twenty, or th1rty pairs of stones might be at work at one time, and each of these pairs of stones m1ght have a box-ptpe roan or conduit attached which led mto an exhaust fan, and the latter, when m opera-. twn, sucked or drew all the finer and hghter flour du&t up mto a receptacle called an' exhaust bo.x. Generally the exhaust box was connected w1th a second dust re ceptacle, called a stiveroom, where the fine flour dust which had not been depostted in the exhaust box was received The Professor then proceeded to show by a senes of mterestlng expenments that flour was com bustible when burned in the ordmary way, and was con sumed w1th greater rap1d1ty when diffused as a cloud through the a1r When flour was showered from a sieve placed some d1stance above a gas flame, rap1d combus twn took pl:!ce Indeed, the flour burned w1th exploSive rap1d1ty, and the flame licked up the flour shower some what m the same way that 1t flashed through a mixture of gas and air, or that It trode through a train of gun po.wder. When burned, the flour resolved 1tself 10to gases; the carbOn, hy mtxing with the oxygen of the air, became carbomc oxtde or car..bomc ac1d, a.nd the hydro gen and oxygen became water vapor or steam The volume of these gases was much mcreased by the high temperature at the moment of combustiOn. The condi tiOns required to brmg about a flour exploston were somewhat simtlar to those wh1ch caused a gas explos1on. Ordmary gas was combustible and not explosive when unmixed w1th a1r, and it only became explos1ve when miXed With suffi.Clent atr to bum it Flour agrees with coal gas m be1ng Simply combustible when unmtxed w1th atr, and equaJly agreed1w1th coal gas m bemg explosive when UnmiXed With a1r, but the fine 1mpaJpabJe dust must be d1ffused through the a1r 10 defimte proportions m order to constitute an explosion when a wh1te heat, such as a flame or spark, was brought near. Too little or too much of e1ther of the components (flour and air) of the explosl\'e m1xture must lead to the lessenmg of the explostve force and to the more gradual combustion of the flour dust. In order to bring about the explosion 1t was also that the flour-aJT m1xture be more or less confined w1thm a g1ven space. The more com mon form of the productiOn of the spark or flame wh1ch fired the flour-atr explosive mixtme was the feed going off the doing work when the stones set down on each other, and as they were of a flmty or other hard st!ecous rock, and were revolvm2; at from roo to 160 re volutions m a mmute, they qmckly struck fire and be came very hot. An ex ploswn mig h t be produced by a na1l gettmg between the stones, but probably the greatest danger was where the feed was suspended for a short tune; the stones settled down and struck fire, and. when the feeds camte on agam much mflammable flour dust would be instantly produced and fired, and the exhaust would suck in the flame the roans or condu1ts leading to the exhaust fan box. Stock on hand and on shtpboard, not cleared on the ket and only small parts were sold di(ectly to manufacsale, or at a sale of an executor or Or. the above article another correspondent wntes as 28th mst, 2,961 hhds. Manufactured ISm fatr demand, turers. The fine qual1ty of Java tobacco assisted the 3 Does It reqmre the payment of such a special tax follows: Iu the Homesteati of Jan. 4, 1 s a rather w1th good stocks. We quote. No.1, lbs, extra fancy, little cho1ce which was offered m th1 s article. Havana to enable a Planter to purchase a JOint mterest of an' lengthy article "How to build a Tobacco Shed." The 76@i1; fine, 6S@7o; fine medmm, 6o@65; good me--Durmg the whole year ttus arttcle was very scarce other 10 a crIty; 1t woulri have to bt: far different from any THE LoUISVILLE WAREHOUSEMKN oN IMPROPER PACK-' quality, 55@75; medtum and common, unsound, 30@ infenor quality was not m proportion to these general metchandtse? structure the writer has ever yet seen eJected for such lNG -The followmg IS the Circular enure from wh1cb 40; half-pounds, bnght, 45@6o; half-pounds, black rates. Fillers and wrappers more m demand and the 5 Is It orJnot the constructiOn of the Revenue Depart-a purpose. Bmld.them the best you can With good pme we quoted m our leadmg arttcle on the same subject: sweet, 46@48; No. 1, fives and tens, black, sweet, 45@ sales were not ms1gmficant, wltlf still a small assort ment that the late tobacco law enlarges rather han reIum'ber they wtll soon requtre much repaumg, etc. As "The often expressed complamts of the past few so; navy, lbs. 4S@so; 1\llVy, thtrds, 4S@.so i fancy styles, menton hand. TransactiOns are on a very small stncts the nghts of planters to make sale of crops, our seasons are so m extremes of wet and agamst our system of assortmg, and prizing tobacco in natural leaf, tw1st, pancake, etc. The arnvals were 1go Yara-Only a parcel of 18r serons was Imported, of and all other wholesale transactions m the dry, cold and hot, every structure, erected for cunng the West has at last culmmated m an open denuncia-pkgs. ..htch a small part IS sold to manufacturers, whtle pnces 6 th. Does the retail leaf clause of-the tobacco law ef-of this, the prmt:lpal crop of the Connecticut Valley, to tton by the German and Reg1e buyers. Enghsh Fac-H reqmred were not m proportiOn to quahty. Cuba was feet any other parties except such as are in w1t tobacco, should beso constructed, that they may tors, and many of our leadmg dealers, manufacturers PADUCAH, :January 29 -Messrs. M Clark & ddl th II 1 f b J f b '" very scarce. Importations of only small parcels took, pe mg or 0 erwtse se mg ea to acco m 1eu o t e be tight and warm when requued and open and cool and cutters at home, and they are now protestmg against Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report :-Owmg to con-f t d t J indirectly, place. Brazll-The d1rect Imports of th1 s manu ac ure al ICe 10r consumptiVe purposes when CU"cumstances require It. If we are to have such the purchase of tobaccos where the sample shows a tmued cold weather our receipts, as yet, are ltght. T the e e 1 th d db I f 1 d growth on otJr market found promptly buyers. Quahty 0 s v ra mqumes us propoun e Y you re-seasons as 1865 and '7o, so osoon followed by such an m1xture n ength, color and quahty. In v1ew of these Sales for the week en mg to-day, sum up only 209 1 th d hhds. Most of which was Jugs and low grades,.of leaf. was very good, and though no great vanat10n m pnces P Y m etr or er extreme as 1872, we must of necessity ask our,.elves, IS complamts our interests m your behalf compels us to f: h could be observed, the market was very firm Do-Ist In the opmion of this Office the law to there no remedy? Cannot our bu1ldmgs for cunng be addres5 you this Circular. Purchasers want an assur. Pnces for all sorts, so ar, ave rated h1gh uuder a th 1 f 1 f t 'b h ff 11 miongo has been in good demand, whde pnces, in pro e sa e 0 ea Ooacco.opposes no ar to as en se so constructed as to help much to modify 1f not alto-ance that each hogshead contains but one length, color,. pressure, we presume, for sample shipments. When ffi ti 1e 1 f t b t d h d 1 f he 11 b bl I PortiOn to other sorts, were reasonable. The Imports mg or .0 enng or sa ea o acco, ac mg un er t e gether save' our crop, from white vems, and pole rot ? an qua 1ty o tobacco. Where rt 1s absolutely nec:es-this demand has beell met t y WI pro a y s acken, t ] 1 h d ,_.. St 1 h I -" on the markets of the continent were more 1mportant cour or any ega process aut gramme (oo AmerlcanlbO. eojaal f5H ktloo.) ln Hollud the duty s cents, gold, per 100 kiloe. (a8o A.UGerlcao pounds beiDI" to 117 klloo.) In Rooola tbe daty oo leaf loDaceo lo 4 roableo. ..., -pod I OD amoltln1 tobac<>o :o6 ,_ ..., cop. per pod, and OD ci1an rou. a j>Or poDDcl. Tbe "pod" Ia .... 11<1 abooit 36 Aaaert.., lbL ill l'8niW -datflaJI>.._pld, peruM --.a-

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FED. & 'le!!!B!I!!!!. ... ESTAB.USHED IN BY CHARLES M. CONNOLLY. MANUFACTURERS OF THE O:&Li:BR.ATED VIR?INIA t Tobacco CoJIUiliHion Jlerehants ICOKIOtLY &. co!', cor.,MISSION MERCHANtS, ....... ..-..... ._ f.eai' .-coa,nxmd KSSalwon;'rctRureCRdA:NT'oi'Sbaoco, Fin8 eut .. 104 FR<;)NT STREET, __ M. r DOHAN, } { THes. cARROLL, CIHCINN ATI, o. ALEX. FORMAN. ...... ]NO. T. TAITT. "' 45 WATER STREET, NEW YORK. We respectfully call the attention of the trade to the following Standard Being located atthe LI!JAF TOBACCO, J[ants fnr the folloiin[ Well-known Vil'[inia lanllfactnrer&: Jlrandl of Manufactured Tobacco : our facilities for 511pplymg the TRADE Wlth ALL O F FINE i POUNDS-I 1 AND l2 INCH. e CuT and SMOKING a-re uns urpassed 1 'WJJna lAP, GOLDE:Ir 8E.AL, GALLEGO I I liiOBl'III'IG I!ITAR, FOUR A CE, :BED1118RIG 'WJ.l'II!ITO:Ir HENRY t:-0. I S'WJJf 8liTEall, BO I ROY ...... 8'1 AND.ARD, ... ) BRICHT AND DARK-4a, &a, AND Td'tiCKS. I -wiiJQ'OEL PEAJ\Lb' DBW D .. PEABO Y, CBAliiPA .-NE, ='I'ER LD.i Y1 DIA.Elll, BLACKB,:RD, JUJIG1 Y.ACHT CLllB, .APROPOS, etc., de. '\'fP' TWISJ"S-12, 9 AND 6 INCH. GAllE COCK AND HENRY CO. ROUGH AND READY IN DRUMS. VAilDBJr, ATLA.ll'l'IC C.AJILII:, BONA !"'DE, 1 II'OlJR A <. .C AU-F..Ul', I r-IO 4to JIUI!Illllll, QJUDGO&Y111, Dl et<:. .A. N D J. B. PACE, Y ARBROUCH & SONS, J. H. CRANT & JOHN. ENDERS, TURPIN & BROTHER, D. B. TEifiNANT & CO. L. H. FRA YSER & CO. B. W. OLIVER, H. CREANER, CAR-Y BROTHERS, EDWIN.WILSO'N, THOMAS HARDCROYE, J. R. PACE & CO. RACLAND & JONES RACLAND & TOSH, WALKER, TAYLOR & CO. WINNI & TALBOT, L. W. W1SE, R. A PATERSON & CO. ;J. P. WN.LIAMSON, L. LOTTIER. 7 4 FBONI' Street. lfREIIELBERG & CO., x6o PEARL ST., New YoR.K. J. D KREIELBERG & CO., BALTIKORE, :Yo KREIELBERG, SCHIEFER & CO., .... NEW ORLEANS, LA.. TllliAI:tO MmHmS. i I ', FANCY TOBACCOS LICHT PRE8SED, etc. DORADO, PIGXY, ,. AIMl a large assortment of other brands in II and 12 inch lbs. Dark and Brigh t t, f 46, ss, ,._ 1011. Double Thicks and Fancy Tobacco, to which we invite the atten !' on o t the trad e Packers of Domestie Leaf Tobacco. c Sole Agen t s in New York for l!ONNE BOUCHE, 45. ss. and Pocke t P ie c e s M. a. LEVIN, IIPDBTHil UP IIAVAil e DOW NE e& FRITH, 7 BURLING SLIP, NEW YORK, In dMk wo.k FLAKE. tt 229 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK, j jAMES .M. GARDINER, CHARLES M CO!TNOI. t.Y. 0 JAMES m:.-GARDIN'ER a CO.,. Ex. NoRTON T J SLAUGHTER. D H WISDOM. EDWARD M. WftiGHT & co. neral Commission Are rueiving d i,.ect .from VIRGINIA an d NORTH C A R OLINA, cons ign AND 38 Street, ), e mntl o.f LEAF, MANUFACTURED and SMOKIN G TobtUcos. (' General Commission Merchants P. 0. 4g5g, I uma. '.-. o 0. IUXII.'l'Olll. L IUli008Q, L 41 BROAD STBDl', N.Y. NEW YORK --------------, ,SeedLeaf Tobacco Inspection. ln1pected ar pled. Certilicatea given for every case, and delinre4 -#I 4lB8e, to_.., ol 0. laUe. N.B.W' Mlo MJm:flk tn HwcluMI own /Jiqru. t F'. C. LINDE ct. CO., _., PBI:IrC.P.I.L OI'FIC11'-J4!1 Waler 8&rM&. W W.I.RBBD1JSE8-142 Wacer1173 Fron&, 74, 'J8 and 78 Greeawlela. siZe-, ... 1. L 'f and 8 v.,d..,n Rlr Bal Boa Depe&, 8&. SttlaD'a Park, TH. H. VETTERLEIN'S SON, TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANT, .. P.o. Boxu9R. 6 CEDAR STREET, NEW 81akem1ore, Mayo & Co., 101ua , & HELME.-MA NUFACTURERS OF 1;H E RAIL ROAD MILLS .Maccoboy Snuff, 8 Trench .Rappee Snutr, American Gent. Bnutr, Scotch Bn .._ Luftcly Foot Snutr, AisO MANUFACTURERS OF THE FOLLOWING BRANDS OF PURE VIRGINIA .. SMOKING T01JACCO, Rail Road, viz: 0 o Oar Choice, of Henry County, Colorado, AUO -Blaek Tom, AND 0 .. 1 For Smoking and Manufactured Tobacco, FUBNISHKD BY 108 nGI! STBIIT, BEW YORK, 133Waterand85PineSUeets,NewYork. t SOLE AGENTS IN NEW YORX _Fo-r Price_Lis_t, addr-ess-or ap-ply a_sabo-ve. FINE-CUT CHEWING TOBACCO, .!BB BAT.OB LITHOGRAPHIC COMPANY, LITHOGRAPHERS, 34 VESEY STREET, l\TEW YORK, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. FOR FruittJ and Flowers, Commonwealth, Planters' Pride Etc., Etc. -J. C. HOFFMEYER, 99 Beaver st.,. l\Tew York, f.W. C. HOEfiRs & 00: .. 1. i'FF ANTOB .i ircoo SMOKING TOBAccos IMPORTER OF -4. 'l!fa. w ter atreet,'Baw TOBK. ,ALSO,.AGENTs FOR B.A. VANA CIGARS, oNALDsox ... B:aOTHEBS," Plug Tobaccos SOLE .AGENT FOR. r ........ ., ....... .. ,., ....... & ........ -t xANUFAcruP.En BY "BOQURT DE TABAC08," "JOCKEY CLmr and PHIL: "SHIRIDAN.'" Ll hogra, -nhic Printers, Sole of .. KNICKERBOCKER CLUB." Thomas a. Pilkinton, J. L. Jones a. Co., ,.B.lOOO lABELS, Plaia 'aad Ia Colon, a& &be Lewes& llal'llet C p W d a, S BaUH. or ons. Esti,ates Promptly Furnislmi ALSO, 1111 CIGAR MOULD PRESSES 1: STRAPS. David Baker, Jr., DI:.Jmond Colden A. & ;r.e B .R 0 1V ltT, 8 ...._ P. Williamson; Smoking. R. H. Wilkerson, Cut Cavendisb Bowles & Ellett, .,, On Liberal 8. W. Shelton., Terms. MANUFACTURERS OF Ci!ar autrers & all other lacbincryfor lannfactnrin! Ci;ars; IMPOITERS OF GERIAI CIGAR MOULDS. .,. FELIX CARCIA, CHAS E HYT':rrn IMPORTER OF e HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO (FROM T oummz) Kentucky & Virginia AND CIGARS .AL,0 or THE K,"Oil< LEAF TOBACCO, Brands ofai!ars La Carolina & Henry Clay, o9 PEARL sT NEw YORK Ag't for 'TELECRAPH' Brand. ., 57, 59t &: 6J:, Lewis St., bet. Delancy & Rivington, 16'7 Water St., N.Y. !mporte n ot S P and Dealers in all kind s of LEAF TOBACCO 184 FI"Ont Street, NEW YOU. -----&. REISMANN & CCl LEAF 179 PEARL S'l'REE'::", :zw->, PBw ana C'etlar att'W, Vfi'R'J E. & G FRIEND & CO., Leaf Tobacco, 129 MAIDEN LANE, EDwJr.n n FB.nNn, t .JRJ NEVI YORL M. WESTHEIM & CO., SeedLeaf and Importers o.f Havana Tobacco, 17'7 Pearl Street, NEW YORIL E. M. CRAWFORD & CO., )'I TOBACCO .AND 168 WATER STREET, N E W YOK K, H ve 011 ale all k.lnda of Leaf T-obacco tor Export IU>d lor Home nae. Ottinger & Brother, KENTUCKY '. Lo&f 119 PEARL STREET, NEW YOB.l[. WILLIAM M. PRICE &. CO., LEAF TOBACCO, 119 :Maiden Lau e Wv. 'H PJUCB, I P A J".&.Yllil&. f NEWYOBJE. JOS. MAYER'S SONS, L@llf 1.2!1 W .A'E.BR BTBBBX, New York. B. BBBGMAIIS, I CODISSION MEP..CllAlfr, Packer & Dealer In Leaf" Tobacco No, 14 Cedar NEVI Y JRK. D J. GARTH, SON & CO., -. ..,_ (Soooeooo .. to c .... IIUII B FAl.LIIlUD;U; "' eo, STROHM A SPENCER BROS. CO JliE'W YORK. 1. ROSENWALD& BROTHER, lKPO:B. 'r:Jat.S O::F SP.AlnSH, e& STREET, ; .o. U Broad Street, e llEW YORK. NEW STRAITON & STORM, 173We.terst., ---------CUTHRIE & co., Charles T. Bauer & Co.,-..... w .. cmmnso.. N. v. I. CARPLBS, N. v. J. D. HUNT, Commission Merchants BEGr.A.R.s,' IIPORTIROFHAVAJUCIGAHS, ....., Anci lmporiera o f DE A. ... 'a'D a DEALER 1!, CtGIRS, O.iga.rs and Leaf Tobacco. 'I'OIIAGOO ppnnew, t Havana Tobacoo & Segars ...... TOBACCO; LEAF T 0 B A ceo. ADVAICf:lllfS IIOE ON CIIISI&UJITS. b .. w .. u.aloi No. 191 PEARL lifew York.! c;. -tlca,..wllllle. oeCNnmlo"'oulldttdYances W1nC.i. : ... _.o. _hdl._.....,_ No. 40 BEAVER ST., ... JOBJII'mAl'I'OJI. _.. u..-.n. 133 Water Streot, New York. J9'8&,000 ..... N.Bii" l'QJtK t;J,TJl, Oommissk>n 'DUUUiJI$iOu COVMISSION :amncnANTS. J ) Ito. 129. PURL STREET, D O M E S T I C Dealers m D J G:t
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. J'.EB 5 TOBACVO_ ... L E -A1{_' JACOB BIRIILL, MANUFACTURER OF PALMER & SCOVILLE, CIGAR sox llll'GB'I'BBS ei' AND lOBJIBoRII OJP ALL IIDlm8 OJ' SUPERIOR MAKE AND ofALSO, DEA"L'EI(" GER.Di.A.l\1' CIGAR MOUl:OS 293, :196 It 297 Monroe St., LBAF a TOB4.G. CO, No. 1'10 Water Street, New Y:ot:"k. JOSEPH-SCHEIDER, DEA.lili:R IN LE4F 213 PEARL STREIT, JfiBIV FOB.K. HJ;RMANN BA:TJER & .ABD IIIPOB.TEB.S OF BRO., NEW YORK. WM. AGNEW & SOH,, CLAy PIPES, 'fobo.ooo and Oommiaaioll M:erollant:a 1 W A.TER-STREET, NEWYORK, '1184. Front I!IIU..Ite GANS & MICHAELIS, Leaf Tobaeu for Export alld lomt Ia IMPORTERs oF fOSEP:t! W MARTIJII. PDDKRICK H. JOimSON. MADDl]X BROTHERS,_ 138 WATER. S'l'.,:J!EW P.o. BOX 4t02. VIRCINIA The ol't'M 'JolJIJi71f! llsollcil$1f0f' fill fllllotOinq todl-.lnowa l!NII4a. Lewis Maddox, l.ookotat..Bioundets, j .f.f:"-C. Ma(ldu:r, Nivy Pounds., Lewis Maddux, Lookout Navy Pounds, H. C. l'4ado4u. :Navy Halt .Poanuftds (5 lb. caddiea), Lewis Maddux, Lookoutdc>uble thiok N avy half-p<>unds !!, ll1adllus, Navy P<>eket :Pieces (ao l'b. caddieo), Lewis Maddux, Leolwut doublo .. kk Navy 3......., t1. 11:-'du, Nny P ocloot l'l-(5 Lewia Maddux, Lookoat doalJ!e ttll.dt. Nay 4 a cross. H. 'Maddux, Golden Navy :J.:;t G. Dill. P lb. G .Dnt, T!le Pet, POcke Pieces, =h G. Dill, Miss Jennie, Llht Preued (Twins), J...G..Dill, -ph G Dill, Plum Cake, Peckd Pieces (media.m bria:ht). S MOK.!N Q ]lJ; COMMISSION MERCHABTS, AM in Virginia a11d. Wemm LMJ -" .Mttnllfadund TuH.u1 Lieorice, Gum, dr., 18" Old Slip, Xew !OI'IL STRAPS -AND CUTTERS, 131 MAIDEN LANE, N.Y. AND SEGARS, -h.IU.. E. 0 WBEELOC'L -Begs to call the attention of the Trad 101 KAmEN LANE, NEW Yo-rut. to his celebrated o. J.H Pearl Street, NEW FOX, DILLS & 00., SUOCESSOBS TO :EGGERT, DILLq AND OOMPANY. IMPORTERS OF SPANISH AND PACKERS OF DOMESTIC LEAF TOBACCOS. I75-WATER STREET, NEw aRK. LEVY BROS.,..., 7S York. .-... 'UFIANN BROS. t BONDY, dD I Commission Merchants, a. Beaver St., New York. llf'Poet, P 0. Jlm. ,ll'Tt. 8peel&l attontloll peW to tiM Gl Toloeooe teo foreip OOUDtrlu. OATMAN, IKPOBI'EB OP 'DIAMOND. STAR BRAND." E. PASCUAL BROTHER & ""'V' COfOIISSIOl,T DncRAN"'l'S AND IYPOll.'rDS OF A .. Havana LEAF Ton:Acco 158 S-'l'BBBT, IVBW 'SrOB.B. r > P 0. BOX \ lL W. lCBl:C:ES, MANUFACTURER OF BOXES, AND IMPORTER OF GERMAN CIGAR MOULDS, DJULU llf j Gi[ar-M&nld Presses, Stravs ani Cnttern, 253 SOUTH STREET, .N.Y. CHARTER'S COMMON-SENSE CIGAR MOULDS, Patenud .April .,, B7 1 ... These moulds are U.!!ied by some of the largest manu. factut"ers in the Unite d State!, and acknowJedge d the ,. best iu use. The above cut represents the macbiae ; A, is haU of a mould or retainer, which l.s pla<:ed on the B, is a Funnel Cigar Shape, which is drawn down ove. r the retainer; the filler or bunqb is placed ln the top of the fuo.n e l and pressed through with the lever or fotlown C, this lever is immediately raisetl, which leaves the bunch or in the retainer, as shown in the above cu.t, theFebY avoiding any e:xtra handling of the filler which has been found the greatest objection to aU other moulding machines now in 1 PRICE, ONE SET, 12!:1, I A liberal discount on aU order..s for two or more set JOlm CIIAll.'l'EB, 9terllng, Illinois, fROPRJBTOR AHD MANUPACTUU!t SCHMITT A STEINECKE! JULIAN ALLEJf .... Importers of and Dealers in No.6 Fletcher St., New York. SeedLeaf and Ha11D& 172 WATER STREET; --.a ---_ __.... r J. R. STEINECKE A. STEIN a CO., Commission Merchants; E. BPINGARN & CO., DZ.U.KBS UT O:P HAVANA & nomTIC TOBACCO LEAF TOBACCO: 197 Dnaue-atreet, \ New"! York. Oigar manut'acturera favored. WM. P. _KITTREDGE & Co., T -OBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS-Agents for the Popular Brands of V1rginia Tobacco, # 71 & 73 FRONT ST.1 NEW YORK. FUNKE'S IMPROVED CICAR TR!MMgR, r C P.4.TENTED.TTJLY2tl,B7s. f: Warranted superior to any Machine in the Market,' l'lUCES-'l'rlmmers (with llutt S:plitter) $3.00. Trimmers (without llutt Splitter) 2.00. Liberal DiSQ)unt to Agents, or for \Vholesale Orden. I &m also selling the best CIGAR KNIFlil in usa ,Price l!6c IICh. ADDRBSS FREDERICK FUNKE, f" DETROIT, MICHIG..'!. --------------------------------M. SALOMON, : WEIBLE' "&. ROBINSON1'8 rt{ cRois.:CTui ctRcutAR ---Saw cflts 'nJ kind of Wood as smgoth as Planed, ant;. T-ime and Lailor; p-articularly useful for CIGAR-BOX MANUFACTURERS. For Saw Shop Riglet apply C. B. LICHTENBERC, Dettoit, Mich., or at my o.f!ice e f" 189 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK. M & E. SALOMOl\T, .. PACKERS OF SEED LEAF, XND IMPOR,TERS OF Havana and -. 85 MAIDEN LANE, N. Y. o SJreOMBE This machine ia 'tn Al!:!f'D..&L ua.z by 1 'o-C &--"Q : .. ceo MANv .. CTVU.. for c aneelliDI! F. W. 8 E K v 1fANUFA6rDRING OOIPANY, 'I Park Plac>e, NBW YORK. oiamne in 8HEBT8, and is the ,ONLY PRACTICAL DEVICE for the purpe> MAR 1 1872 Cftl' oft'erod to the trade. ,.. 1 ]larties dee iring this 11A.01IINE Its f W 8 EC K & CO :BANDS, are roqueotod lc> oend th6ir ord.., DIJI.KCIe, aslt re-quireo considerabletllDCt<> malleatollse' F W BECK 11. C""' IIIVI!!I''I'OB!tc8 !!HIPC!Im.LIB..orBands. Theprieceofthio maohinuad v. U' Bandt i.e fixed. aad under no ei,J;1?1111W1t&D.CU 1 Senti for a Cucular. 1o uty oneautborioed MAR 1872 0 New York Agenoy!_ oEiiuiBB Chioago Agency .,. -I URB MGID.F.FOY&0C0., HEN & CO., 43 J.iberty St. 8'S B. Water St. Put up in t, h i,llb. Bags. .. l

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6 ) STEWART, MARKS, RALPH cl CO., llu...,_ Ul4 WI>- DHierolli C!G.ABS, aDd SIIOKIIRS' .ARTICLES, SNUFF, _. 115 st., Philadelphia. ... '11. FJ,I,ER -BROS., Packers; Commieaon Merchants, aDd Wholesale Dea1sn iD Dom.esticLBaf'Tobacco;. 117 North Third Street,.,Philadelphia. "" L. BAW]IERGER & _CO.,: DJIIALD8 Dl L EA_'F T 0 :a-A.-a a And ManUfacturers of all Qrades of Cigars, Bo. 3 _1\T. Water st., Phtladalphta, Pa. -:WOODW AB.D, GARRETT & CO., (Successors to Woodward, Bro. IG Co.,). e 1'01.&000 azul Genaral COmmBIOll KERCilAlfl'B, ;88KOZ'th Water St. and 3:1 Nort:h Dela-waru Avenue. Ph..llo.. SOLE EASTERN AGENTS FOR B. Bolltrook. Jr'a Celebrated" .MONITOR" Navy,lba. aDd aQ5.; aioo his Goldea :Banner, Flyiol' Top Gallant and llaion Jack Navies, Jbs. and ,!d& ltrook' Celebrated BeDrietta" Nary, lbs. and 3ds. AdtlanP tic Navy, lbs. and 3da. &lao, his Brljrht Pounds, Pine Apple Sweet Caveuan ocket Pieces, AUe_abany Navy. 'a Pride o{ tbe Valley, N Brt. 5'1 bd "Golden Flalr.e" (lia'ht l Co. 'e Superior and Ready Twists, 6 and 12iQ. BACC08.-Z. J. LYo .. & Co.'a "Pride of Durham." cll; .... .. Gold Leaf""" &ACl 11 Eureka .. Durham, .a oz.1 .. oz., 8 os. aDd 1d oa. BATCHELOR BROTHERS, Manufacturers of Cicars, WHOLESALE DEPOT 330 North _3rd St., Braaebes at aaT .North Third. Street, a sa., aad 88'1' Chestnut Street. PHILADELPHIA, PA. W. EISENLOHR & CO., PACKERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, 1 115 SOUTH WATER STREET, PHILADELPHIA. ,. "-EISRLOHR. :..s. W. CURl. PHILIONN. J. RINALDO SARI & CO., DOHAN & TAITT, 1 'ccu Commission :10 N. DELAWARE AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA. lO't .ARCH STREET, V. S. mOB'l' :BONDED WAUEO'DU, No. l. J a:J"ALD? SAfiK, WM. M. ABBEY, JOS. BROOKE. lifO. 'J', PHIL,ADELPRIA. IOLilJS VBTTERLBIN & CO., K. E. McDOWELL & CO., Sac:ceuonto VETTERLEIN &: CO.,) "Z'OBACCO AND DO'O:Bl!'DS o:r sPkm TO:BAOCO, HIIUL No. 111 ARCH STREET, 39 NORTH WATER ST., PHILADELPHIA PJilladelph:ia, Pa.. Asento for the tale of all kinas of Manufacture d 1 -._..,...._ JAS. JL 7A.,._ aod LeafTohaccoe. L. HERBERT, WJ i'OBACCO ill CIGARS l>e&ler! n 1 ll" 3UTort.h Water Bt., PhilaQelphia. LEAF ... T 08 A C C 0 ... ..._.. fal"eaDQt-..iii&D4 Delaware far t.l>e \ CllprXoalda. aDd Bmplre Tuo&Outtc. ---'"'( IIOOU. JOID' .....,_ PHILADELPHIA. -------8.& J. ltOOBE, B. SCHMIDT, I TOBACCO .. LIAF TOBACCO,, _OOIIISSION IERCilAHS, WAREHOUSE: e 10'7' NOBTB W A.'l'EB S'l'BDT, e A..18o ftaJJ u..ee etc..-.. ... Te-o. 61-114 Pf11LADELPHI1 153 I SOUTH SECO!fD STREET, PRILADELPJIIA. Balti.JDore Adverttaemeat.A. BOYD & WJ-}()LESALE DEALBRS IN IAmACmD mJ LIAP Ttll, ClliABS, K,-a: t: l 33 SOUTH ST BALTIMORE. THOll. W CROIIDI:R. j B .. WIL;KENS & CO., MoJrn:MENTAL CITY-. ToBAcco WoRKs, :No. l8l WIST :PU'I"l' STUI'l', UL'l'IKQU, JWt!'LAND, .MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF sOKIRG liD CBEWIIG TOBACCOS. M. FALK & CO. 143 Water Street New York. GEO. KXRCKHOFF. G. P. GEO. KERCKBOFF & CO., l DEALERS IN ComcTICUT, IIAV .ilU .00 YARA LEAF 'l'OBAIDJ, i AND JU.NWACT'JB.DS OF CIGAES. No. 49 S. CHARLES STREET, BALTIMORE.' J. HAWKINS. C. M. HAWKINS a HA 'W'KINS cl: CO., .-TOBACCO CODISSION IEIWWTS Lombard Street, Baltimore COJISIGNMENTS SOLICITED INIJ LIBERAL IDVlNCES MADE. .} SOUTIERN AltO WESTERN ADVEmSEMENTS. RICHARD li.A.Ll.A;-JAMEs MALL.A.Y. 1:-Jenry Besuden & Bro., a:MALLAY & BRO DJU.l.ER8 'o1f Dealel'!l in LEAF TOBACCO, LEAF TOBACCO, I 16 and I 17 West Front St., 161. & 165 Peall Stret; Between Race and Elm, OF :&: 11. S-rREET,) ODTOINNATL 0. CINCINNATI; p/' I : CHOICEST FINE GUT .-, ._....._ -. ,, '-' ,,.,. S. LOWENTHAL a co.; MANUFAC"fURERS OF-FINE CIGARS, AND DEALERS m LEAF 'l'OBACGO, NO .. '\VEST THIRD STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO. STRASSER & CO., KROHN, FEISS & (Successors to LOUIS STRASSER,) MANUFACTURERS OF CIQARS, OF FRRO' K Wu.KJt."\S. FJui'D'Jf KLLIIiR G. GIESKE ED. NIEXA.NN. AND D&ALKJtS IN &, Kl..rf!B., LEAF, PLO'G, AND SKOXING TOUCCO, Leaf" Tobacco lUESKE& NIEMANN Smokers, and ImD. Havana Cigars SOUTHWEST-COR. FIFTH liD WALNUT STS., CINCINNATI, QH:IO. AND COM_MISSJON MERCHANTS, eg South C::harles St., near Pratt Baltim.ore. Md. GUSTAV GUTH, c r"C'A'Rs, 53 CRMAN STREET, BALTIJ[OIU:, liD), TOBACCO FACTORS And Oommis{tion MerChants, 78 South Chades St., Baltimore, Md. s. RO&ENFELD cO. WHOLESALE DEALiiiRS IN SOLE AGENTS FOR G. B. LICHTENBERG'S .Detroit Glo-ry," and Spence .Brothen Cmcmnatz Fine-Cut, MORRIS & REID, LEAF TOBACCO BROKERS, Offi.ce, No. 4 COLLE(J:If BUILDJ.l!IO, Ololo. HENRY MEY COMMISSION MERCI-fAIIIT, A.IId Wbolcsale Dealer i.n CIG!A.RS, 63 West Fourth Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO. WElL, _I!Alm & CO., JeANtlFACTORERS OF PID.e .Oip.Jps, Alld Wholesale Dealers ia F. W. FELGNER, 53 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALT-IIIIORE, MD. OHIO & CONNECTICUT LEAF TOB.A.OOO, Sole Manufacturer and Succe80r to w DRESEL IJM co LEAF TOBAt'JCO, F. H. BISCHOFF, I Cl{, ., DEUTSCHER RAUOHT ABAK 37 G .A. y STREET 48 'Front St., Cincinnati, o. Al'ID C7.rlllUI. llllOIOB BRABDII, 1 go & 92 South Charles Street, Baltimore :B.A.IJrlKOBE, KD., -:: A WEISE F. T 0 B A 0 0 0 PACKER OF SEBD LEAF B F RL TT eomssmx mCHAN:Ts. AND WHOLESALE DEALER lN PA E ck CO., G. H. BOtENIUS It, CO. Tobacco, TOBACCOS, DEALERS JN &e..-., Pipe-. ...... 1-93 EastLAKE ST. CH1CACO. S. W. VENABLE. 13t Main St., Cincinnati, o. .. J. W. CAR OLL,: Sole of F amo us and W renowned Branda of Virginia Smok.itt J.ONE JACK and BROWN DICK. lllaa-&ory1 lltUa 8tre..t.. LYNCHBURG, VA. a'lroeu IIOI!dted ADd proiiiPtb .. R. P. HAMILTON, OOIDUBSIOJr ME!!liJI&'ftll FOB IWiB OP IAJIB. 92 Lombard and 5 Water St., Sud Leaf and Ihvana. 1'0BA.CCOS. S. W. VENABLE & 00., N. W. Cb1"1Ur Charles and .Pratt Sts .. BALTIMORE, MD. ll&lo'l"ZJKOJUI, .._ .DEALERS IN LEAF AN.D MANYFACTURERS OZ. TOBACCo;-PETERssuRG. V .A. Hartford-AdvertbeaeD .... WELLBS. L. B BAA& C. WeLLES A CO., -"'""" .. CONN SEED LEAF 154 State Street, (1 HA.BTI'OaDt ClOII\'I. B. a Z. IL Cemlecticut Seed-Leat I 'I"'BA.cef<>, -II l8 Market Street, Hartfbrd, Celm. Wfl. WESTPHAL, C,OliDUSSION :KD.cHA.lfT, .A.Dd DOIIIer In COIIECTICUT IUD LEAF Tobacco; State St Hartford, Conn. A. L;ac! OONNEOTIOUT SEED LEAF # TOBACCO, No. 134 MAIN STREE_T, US-JM Hartfor Conn. "' WOODWORTH 4 STRONC, Deniers In LEAF TOBACCO, Jl' 217 State St., HARTFORD, CT. A. A. CHAPMAN, -DBALlDl IN e Connecticut Seed leaf T obacce. EAST HARTFORD; CONNECTICUT. .f-3 W. G RA V J.ACID DZI.L.ER 1:! Fine Connecticut Seed-Leai To sa c co. \ t.anbury, Conneodout. ---------.....--...-... H. BlUTH & CO.! Comm'issinn Merchants an Jtbbers :,o. 20 Hampden Street, SariTII,) i.? Louisville Adv9rti8ementa. G. W. WI C K S & C 0.," Agents for the rale of Vlra;lnla, Mtaaourt, and Kentuokr LEAF CIGARS, lie 0 8 m y t /' 102 MAIN STREET, G.B. M. MARRIOTT L. w. GUNTHER, KANt1JI ACn'tlltlm GENERAL And COMMISSION MERCHANT T.E A F T 0 B A. c c 0 AlO) TOBA.()()() FAVTOR. l -----; go LOMBARD STREET AND CIQAR RIBBONS, IOnedoorwesto!Euhaop Place) No. 25 German St., Baltimore, Md. BALTDIOJU;. KD. OllDERS FILLED. Liberal advan!meoto :d'd'!:..':" 1o 80J BECK ct. HAYEN. lmporten ud Ge!Jer&l ee-iatea lercltu&l, K. BARK8'1l. H. P. CHANDL& r-z. BARKER, CHANDLEE It co. MANOP ACTUBBBS OF CIGJRS And Wholesale Dealers In LUr TOUOCO, No. 3 GERMAN STRET, Opposite Carollt.on Hotel, BA-l. T1MORE. ,A. NICOLASSEN. RICARDS, LEFTWICH & co., "Oj. SCRDEDIR & Dealen Tobacco Factors Ka.nufa.ctured Toba.cco, I 83 EXCHANGE PLAOE, .&ND C::IG.&RS. Baltimore. Jf o, 81 Ell:oJoaae Place, Bal tbaoro, P A. L Bo!DIODc:ond Street PHilADE-PHIA. 1 TOLEDO TOBACCO WORn. iiTKER, HALSTEAD & CO., ll.aufactaret'B aod Dealen io TOBACCO, SB1JFF ill CIGARS_ Ottawa Street, TOLEDO, 0._ i.nurriEEDox FIRST HTIOIIL TOBICCD WliiEHOUSE, 716 NORTH SECOND STREET, ABOVE CoATU. l'HILADra.PBIA, WJIOLaAL& D....-Dl Leaf and Xanufaoturetl Tobaooo, SNUFF, CIQAR81 c. ApDt for GAIL a Arsuol M.uav110 -Haa'e, 11e1 Tobo<:col. PoDr.ih:V:S 'Niotr ............ e LEAF TOBACCO, 42 South Charles Street, BALTIMORE, MD. ..t.tm Seed Leaf'Tobq.cco, 62 South Otllvert st Baltimore. Md. HIGHLANDER TOBACCO WORKS, g 8 Jll!.U VIEW OP TBB mGBJ..UU)U 'I'OBACOO WORn. L. L. .A.RMISTEAD, Proprietor, Lynoh)Jurg, Va. The followln hlghiJ' popuJMo b"'odo are lllanufacn.red Ill those works aDd pae&oth, Old White Hat, And other Choice Grades All Branda of our Tob&.oooe packed in ('88e8 to anit pnrchMers, FREE OF EXTRA OHARGE and in the new and popular style of Pooko\g88 to suit the dilfurent markets of the world. FACTORY No.6, FIFTH DISTRICT. 0 C. SPROTTO, 188 Pearlst.:NawYo:L'k 10RAL AGENT FOR ALL USTE.U STATES, INCLUDING OHIO. To]acco len:laJtJ AND soi.B AGENTS BUCHAIAI & LYIU'S TOBACCOS,, a, :.:4 BROAD STREET, BOSTON, MA88. C. 0. HOLYOKE, COMltiSSION UERCHANT In LEAF and MANUF AOTURED TOBAOOO, 1.2 Cent-ral Wharf, B06ton. Ferdinand Jr., t:AGENT I AND Forwarding Kerchant; BREMEN, GERMANY. M. H. CLARK & BRO., I lEAF TOBACCO BROKERS,

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5 .,DE7TOBACCO ..... LEA.F ..._ LOUISVILLE LEAF' TOBACCO BEAtERS AND. COMMISSION '!ftOBORil SCHWARTZ & OO ........ Culitiii&'&Dd 1.llrE8 OLA.JlX ......... ( from page 3 .) that was the villainous habit of smoking, whicb all her "Nay, I will say no more about it. Perhaps I w.a wani. of the trade are, whether long leaf or short leaf, had been1powerlees to overcome She didn't selfish," "put her foot down"," as her friend, Mrs. Volant, had "Not selfish; I will leave it off, my dear, for your '91(. G. MEIER&: CO .. ........ Leaf To-Oomm__, )(ercbomfa. WOLPOLX & GLB!Or ......... Oul";"8 and lllanufacturlng Lc zoms FRANCKE ..... ...... X..fTe>boccoCommiMionll_......_ W. J. Ot&AliT & OO ........... Cuttingand Kanufacho<1ngLe a f of one thing we are certain, they prefer and demand ld sake." z. 1. USHER & l'RAOOFF .......... Cuttq and KanufacturlDC I.af. FIIILI!IY & BARBOUR ....... : Outtinr; and Lea uniformity throughout the entire hogshead. The same doo.e; for-poor, gentle-hearted cou ll 1 h not think of provokiug a quarrel w1th h1m, and had "No, no; I don't want you to d) so. lfyl)u are-so SUTRO & MANUFACTURERS OF A:.\".0 IN 'LE.AF TOB.A.CdO. WATER STREET, NEW YORK. PRENTICE'S CIGAR KOt1LDS. I...._ i BBQTIBBS ; G. s. w AT'l'S & co., MANUFACTURERS OF TOBAOOOl SMOKIIG TOBACCO, tmrt!ISSIOI MERCB.ANTS, 145' 81 -h Pia .. ANUFAcrUBEBSO:PTHECJtLEBR.ATED oe, ....,_ BM.. T-IMORE, MO. A. LICHTENSTEIN & BROTHER, 01' .FINE CI.GARS, And Dealers in LEU TO:BACCO, :lfoa. 34 and BOWERY, NEW YORK. Jo., LlC HTB.l'IIS NUM. B. HOLLANDER, MAN'GFACTURER OF Fine Cigars, OF NORTH CAROLINA. MANUFACTURED OF SELECT Pure North Oarolina Leaf, BY MARBUR.G BROTHERS. 125 MAIDEN LANE, Vlr!fln, ,.o-.;e _..,.,. .., "'"'S. NEW YORK Golaen Shower, Eaoeace ld Va _..........,. .....,...,.., Hard to B-t, Apple lll:y Eye '' Greenback, Red Riding H:.:.i. BOIKEN, GARRIGUES & CO., IMPORTERS OF MEERSCHAUM, BRIAR, CHINA & LAVA PIPES, GeriDIII and Prtmch Fancy a.nd China. Goo48, .&liD TOYS, 9i CHAMBERS ST.lND 73 READE ST., XEWYORK. Coateatent, A.ad IDAII7 eth At.SO, THE C8LK8KAT&D era. U "SER FRITZ &fRill SIOKIIG TOBACCO. C.&. R.DORKITZER-&. CO., Dealers and Commissio n Merchants IN LEAF TOBACCO, 121 t 123 Market H., b3t. K aln .t; Second St.a., ST. LOUIS, MO. Choi c e Brands of Tmported lico r; ce always on hand. Liberal Cash advance!!_ mad e _on TOBACCO TRADE OF GIB RALTAR.-A correspondent writes as follows upon this subject:-" An article in the Ti1114s of October :114 upon Gibraltar has been echoed by several London papers, and it is probable that by this time some zealous chief clerk of the Colonial Office is concocting, in concert with his colleague a the War Office, measures for putting an end to our which I know ed by manyinte'ligent subalterns of the regimeat station ed here, and by nearly all the officers wive> in the gar rison, a disgrace to the pJace. Gibraltar is a ftee port because it was for the interest of England to make it so; and during many ye tr; of war and Europ,:':an trouble its existence as a free port proved to be of great vi)ue, for not only waslt a.safe..de pot for goods and produce of all kinds, but especially duri11g t)le Peninsular War Gibraltar was very useful to the English army in Spain as a means of sup ply, both of provisions and money We were of some use, too, during the Crimean War. Just now, perhaps, we may only be found useful as providing salaries for a Governor and a staff of employh from England, but the tim e may come when it may lbe well to have at the Gates of the Mediterranean a place of safe deposit for merchan dise. As to smuggling, I submit that you are quite wrong also in your remarks as applied 1 0 Gibraltar. It ic, of course, true that a good deal of tobacco is sold here which is smuggled into Sp:1in, but if y0u were fo put an end to trade in Gib raltar altogether not a r:o:1nd less of tobacco would go in to Spain without payment of duty. Smuggling exists m Spain because Spaniards are i ncorrigil:le smugglers, b ec ause the Spanish Govern ment cho o 3 e that it shall ex ist. From I86o to 1864 not a hogshead nor a baleof to bacco wa:s sold in Gibraltar, because the Spanish Govern ment of that time did not see fit to allow it; but now contrabandis as much a part of the Spanish system ofgov ernment as non-payment of creditors. Only a few months ago the officer in charge of the preventive service at the Spanish lines (advanced Spanish post) was removed, be c ause, being an honorable man, who would perfo rm his duty, the r eigla f o ing towns refused to give their votes to the Government candidate at the late elec tions unless the Lieutenant of Carabineros was sent away. Formerly there wa a large trade in Gibraltar in cotton goods, most of which were no doubt smug. gled ; but from the time the C a talans too k to manufac turing they intimated to the Government that this trade must cease, and for many years smuggling of Man chester goods into Spain haa been confined almost exclu sively to Catalonia, for it is notorious that the Catalans smuggle much more than they manufacture. But then, fact holds ..good in regard to color a& we as engt. about concluded to make the best of it, let him very fond of smoking, I will never say anotller word Buyers of Bright or Pie-bald leaf want and demand about it." all alike, and those bu} r ing dark rich leaf much prefer 1t smoke In peace. uniform. We are sure the chan.,.es we propose will re-But there was something so irre.sistibly funnr about And Mr. Washburn has smoked his cigar in peace dound to our benefit in eve particular. Th.: inspecMrs. Volant's plan that she determmed to try It, ami, ever since. tion o( prized il_l with our .sngges. Bow to Grow Seed. Leaf. tions will be very much Improved because our mspectt e ns to e .ecafJ 9 k ors thus relieved of constant distrust will invariably 'b' Bkagdad a /ew of A writer in the Springfield (Mass.) Hoes18all says: draw from the center layers, thus insuring nice straight as et, rea Y or t e momen ous occasl n, ld "A great interest is awakened in the Connecticut Val samples. It affords us. pleasute to state that the comthe that would ensue when she wou ley, and is fast spreadmg over the hills Bast and West; plaints and denunciations referred to have not been hght one of the m. It was so. tunny that 9.he laughed in tobacco growing, among the farming community. and a ainst our market, but recognized their justice, and out loud at the Idea. _wouldn the be surpnsed to .see those who are engaged in it generally, are looking for jntearitv of purpose. on the part of all interested, we her, who had so much to smokt?-g, ward to the result of that crop, for the greatest portion urge a speedy adoption of these proposed changes, and t.,h:s of their money for the year to defray their expenses; again promise that, with our present system of guaranw en s ou see er pu mg ctg :r that being the fact, there are many things to be takea teed irlspection, which is now almost without fault, we mgS, has he did w1hen have into considerat ion that the producer may have a large can and will secure for you the highest market value e was so P. ease wt. e P an a margin of profits left Among the many is the soil., for tobacco. Acknowledging your liberal patron-put It even f tttrad/een on;a manure, cultivatio n, plants, kind of tobacco, care ill age m the past and tendering our compliments and It promtse er, m epen en Y 0 any go gathering and hanging, the sheds, stripping, assorting. thanks, we are ;ery trulv, etc. Spratt '& Co., Pickett might flo'" it. Wouldn't he be and preparing for the buyer. Any and all of the above Warehouse; GloTer White & Co., Boone Warehouse, would s?e not wm the day, glory over his defeat; mentioned cannot be too thoroughly done and carePage & Co. Farmers Warehouse; H. C. Mitchell, Man Wouldn t he be .glad to promtse that he wouldn t fully managed to give the greatest value to the crop,. E h "' h F s J Ronald & Co smoke another cigar as long as he hved? She was so and the carelessness or mismanagement of any one or ager, xc ange nar.e ouse, ., d h h ld h dl t h If. Ninth Street Warehouse; Ray & Co., Louisville Warede!tghte t at s e E:ou ar Y con aln erse more may prove very inv al uable to it and perhaps house; S. H Darnall, Pres't Ky. Tobacco Association; Mr. Washblun came home to tea, and, as usual, when nearly a loss The first thing to be taken into J. S. Phelps & Co., Planters Warehouse." he the house, he gave her a kiss and .tender consideration is, to grow the crop ready for ciGARS FOR TWO." Or;-lf'aring a Smoker. CHAPTER I. 11 SMOKES, does he? The abominable wretch!" exclaimed Mrs. Volant to her friend, Mrs. Washburn, a young wife who had just gone to housekeeping. He smokes, but he is not an abeminable wretch-I am sure he is not," replied Mrs. Washburn, a little startled by the hard name applied to her husband, whom she both loved and esteemed. Not a wretch?" No, I'm sure he is not." "Yes, he is; any husband, especially one who been married only a year, and won't leave off smokmg when his wife desires it, must be a wretch." "No, you overstate the case. He is everything a husband ought to be-so kind, so devoted, so indulgent. But then I do wish he would not smoke. You must break liim of it-the cruel monster!" "Nay do not call him such hard names. I love him 'lfith ltll my heart, though he does smoke "Well, I supp\)St: you do; young wives are apt to be foolish." Foolish "Yes; he sees, I dare say, that you love him, and so he takes the advantage of you." "Why, Mrs. Volant1 don't you .J ove your "Well, suppose I do; there is no need o_f tellmg of it. I make him think I don't care any thmg abont him Why I can manage him as easy as I could a kitten. "I don t like that; I think there ought to be love aud confidence between man and wife." "Pooh! 11 You can not be happy with him ." "I should not be, if I became his slave." "Not his slave!" '"Don't you believe it! When you have been married as long as I have, you wiil get rid of thes e sentimental notions, which answer very well for the first year or so, but become very inconvenient after that." "For my part, I always mean to love .my husband as much as I do now, even i f it is scntin1ental." "See if you do Husbands must be carefully managed, or they become tyrants. Now my husband smoked the first year after marriage; hut then he was a little care ful about bringing his cigar irtto the house, for I told him, up and down, I wouldn't have it." I should suppose he would have rebelled." He did, but not at first. One night about a year after we were married he brought home a whole bundle of cigars, and put them on the mantel piece. Taking one, he coolly lighted it, and proceeded to read the eve ning paper." "That's just the way my husband does." "J w a s downright mad at his impudence, but did not say a word. The next day I bought a monstrous great snuff box, and filled it full of rappee. In lthe evening he lighted his cigar, aJ>_ before, but no sooner had done so, than I seated my self to him, and draw tug out my snuff-box, I took a generous pinch, snuffing the filthy stuff into my nostrils, at the risk of sneezing my head off.' Ell How funny !" "My husband did not think so He looked at me with astonishment. 'You take snuff?' said he. 'I do; at least I mean to learn,' I replied. 'It is a til thy habit,' says be. 'No wocsethan smoking,' says I. We debated the matter a long ti.me, and at last he gave up the point; and promi sed to throw away his cigars if I would throw away my snuff ." And he never smoked any more ?" asked Mrs. washburn, laughing. Yes, he began once after; but I _took to tqe snuff again, and he gave it up.'' "Are you sure he don't smoke now ?" greetmg. They were se ble oppos1te husband, she took from t.he work-bas; feeding both animals anJ is to carry the foocl ket, w1th an a1r as grave and solemn as a JUdge, one 0 to them and not haul it away and the nearer you place the cBagdads. Placing the filthy roll betwe.en her the plant food to the plant the sooner it commences to ruby )Ips, she glanced at her husband. feed and moce forcible it drives the plant tkrough to "Now, Mr. Smoker," thought she-it would have maturity with a finer leaf. spoiled the joke to have said it-" we will see whether The fiat cultivation is contillually hauling both earth. you don't abandon that nasty habit." and manure from the plant to ,the middle of the rows. Mr. Washburn to g!ance at her, conwhich both cuts and uncovers the roots, to dry up, q trary to her e xpectatiOn no surpnse, and well as to cut short its support. Every farmer who Col went on readmg tne Transcnpt. lows that manner of cultivation well knows that in most ."So, so,. she, ag. ain, of their fields, by the time the last hoeing is done, there thmk I am ]Okmg, do you. I will you; remains on the top of the ground between the rows. and the lady a paper, and apphed a hght to the quite a pile of manure turf. grass and weeds which has J c1gar . been of no benefit to the crop. on the contrary, if But Mrs. :was mexpenenced m the the plants were hoed by haul ing the dirt and manure to modus of a c1gar, and she was unable the hul, to cover up the roots, give feed to the piaots to. make 1t go .. She ht another taper, and puffed away and prevent drying up, that substance which lies _be wlth all her but the Bagdad was as. resolute as tween the rows on top of the ground, would be in the the .great cahp. h She persevered t1ll. her extrahill and a great support to the plants. All admit the. ordmary exertton agam attracted the attention of Mr. more and nearer the food can be placed to the plant in Washburn. a thoroughly mixed and pulverized condition the better, You are hghtmg the wrong end. my dear," said he, beth for quality, quan' tity and maturing the crop. w1th the utmost noflclzalonce. The question which would arise to. carry into effect "How provoking he is!" thought Mrs. Washburn, such a culture would naturally be what would be the h d 't h trate ? Y on e re_mons easiest and cheapest way. Any way by which it might You b1te the tw1sted end, and put It be done would certainly be the cheapest, as the pro m your m'?uth, contmued the husband, turnmg to the duction from such a culture would be double and even agam. thrible the expense if done with hand hoes. But a muck by these took another c1cheaper me!hod is easily accomplished, which is done gar, wh10h she succeeded m The first taste by horse power mostly, if commenced in the beginning of. the tobacco smoke was hornble, b,ut she had deterand in seas on. Hoeing corn, potatoes an:i tobacco to be a martyr for. her husbands sake, and, comes in a season of the year when the farmers' work mg her sewmg, she co!ltmued to puff away as she plied drives the most of any part of the year, and it is almost her needle, a certam her to aban-impossible to procure sufficient help to perform the la the expenment for that ttm e. Castmg the bor required to be done to all crops in season and in a mto the grate, she began to w1sh., she had not listened proper manner for their greafest benefit by hand power. to 1 Any horsepower which would relieve one -quarter of the IS matter, my dear tIt a good labor would be gratefully received at that time. Where ,. Try mme;. they are Monte Chnstos of the first hoeing corn, potatoes, tobacco, cutting hay, with graiu. quality, the lmp.e.rturbable Mr. Washburn offered all knock at their doors for help, then the farmers cry her the ch01ce from hts case. with one voice give me help man or beast to carry me o, thank you, my dear, I will not smoke any more through this. siruggle an.d the price is of no account. to-mght. ? when 'the pnces to be paid for a few extra days' work "but what's the matter, Mary You are as pale as will pay for machines suitable to do the wurk for year. a sheet It is the duty of every farmer to investigate the two "I feel a httle ..famt; I sh. all be better m a moll\ent," meth ods, as in the cultivation, to a great extent, and Mrs. Washburn was to leave the .room. the success ofthe crop." Poor woman l She was sJck all the evemng But _..:_ ____ the next day, Mrs. Volant, who had called to learn the success of the experiment, advised her to try again, as suring her that it would not make her sick the sec )nd time. THE DEAN OF CARLISLE ON TOBACCO.The goN BAGL&. .U:.'3 DJU.LERS IN L EAF TOBA.OOO. RIE HAV.lrCA WRAt'PERS A SPECIALn. Hopkinsville, Kentucky. OBDIDIUI SOLICITED. J.A.MES .M. WISE, (Formerly of WisE BllOTHERS), C 0 L U M B I AN BLOCK, OPPOSITE TOBACCO BXCILUIGB, RICHIIOXD, V ,A., COMMISSION MERCIIAIT FOR THE PURCHASE OF LB.JJ.r 2'0B.JJ.aao. u LIQUORICE'PASTE. n1BX U!IDEBSIGNED AGENT IN NEW YORK FOR THE MANUFACl'URE118 OF m:E POL........ ...U.bowu bnndo ofLkluorlet.,to ""dtlon T9booco Murahclurero "l!oiDat aamg uy of tllo D81D.._I b""'da puri>Oriin to be 011@111&1 Ul4 ......... bn.Dda Of buC wblob ..... 1141lltaraled ..,..._...,. olbio bHDcla,-"' tblll OOIIIIR7olllld "' colllllaillll ... uaa lftr per .,.,..of LIQuOrice. 1'11 -.e --...,.. obiaiDIIItr Pan aad o-.uae FLB ADC oo Z.A RR GZ KA.Co .ME' VB 0 'nMIJ.......,-U..lr Ol'den to tbe UII
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/ 8 THE TOBA.CCO LEA.F. PED. 5 Te'bacco Tobacco lwlanutacturers. Licorice. LICORICE, JOHN ANDEBso" co.,-:LtcoRicE PASTE LicoRicE MANUFACTURERS 01' THE PASTE POWDER ROOT SOJ.ACK AID IJTHIIl TOBACCOS ao. 'sPECIALTIES BJ, Tobacco manufacturers and the trade 10 DE LANCEY CLEVELAND, -114 and 116 LIBERTY goneral are pa.nicularly ':'-' e 'l BROKER NEW YORK, amine a.nn test tho supenor propeJ.:ties ol Be;r to dtn.cttbet-tdn orthe tieatentn T o bacco this LICORICE, which, SOuTH WILLIAM T., .N. J: throaghoot the U"!tod Statea awi'the to the h 't"01.- perfecl.ion, is World to their l.lt10'\I C SOLACE FIM CUT the aboYe style of brand. ELEBRITED n WeMQnds, u formerly, without 1 rhal. Orden! h d forwarded throqh the 118oal clwmela wiU Fine C u t C ewtng an m eet with prompt attellli-. .ro. 1'. JIJ.AGCJ, MAIIVFAC'TVI.&A or ALL CIAD.Q or SM;.nc.ING TosAccos & SNUFF, OUR BllAlS CHEWilfG, .r. a.' & CJ. o. Acknowledged by cons11111ers. to be the beet iD the market; .Aid for the bra.nd of lticorice Stick INOm. & co., l11 all respects CALABRIA. TOJ::iACCO BROKERS. -GATTUS &; RUETE, OCnbacto No. 129 Pearl Street, NEW YORK. MISCELLANEOUS. LICORICE MASS AND STICK, ITALIAN, SPANISH, GREEK, TURKEY AND SICILY, 'FOR SALE BY HENRY M_. MORRIS, Importer and .ll_tent for the U. S. and Ca7UUI-a, No. 73 Water Street, and 19 Old Slip, NErW YORK. CIJBTilPICAT'l!IS from the leading Yanut"acturen in Virgiaia, Norlb Ouolina, Keoducky, 1Lisaouri, Iodiaaa, lllinoia, Ohio, New York, and Oanada. lAO, .MJ:SCELLANEOUS. WI. DEIUTI & CO. THB 50LB M AMtlrACTVURI o BIU.AR AJID .APPLEWOOD ; PIPES, WITH RUBBER BITS, lm.ptrt.en of all tllldl of llmoUn' .Aftlclea, SHOW FIGURES, lN METAL AND WOOD, A SPECIALTY. No. 403 NE'W YOBK:. Warranted Superior Powdered Licorice. SCHUKACHER & t.i-:ribiGEJi; .. ROBERT A. OHMSTEIT, OOVMTSSIOX vnarn. HEARTS' DELIGHT, t NATIONAL, BRIGHT OWEN, EXTRA CAVENDISH. ht 8lstwiq, .Jmoktng, ad TOBACCO. HARVEST" "SURPRISE IN FOlic IVANHOE JOLLY BOYS SMOl<.l!l!oQ. 1'74 Fronl S&reer. lew We have no Agent.s. Cons11.mers and Jobbers woUld do well to app.iy direct. Licorice Root, selec' and ortliuary, CODStaPtly on h and. Practioal LifJaGc:rapllenJ, IMPORTER OF -EDWARD DREYER, ftigat-!#X ind lrinuaiag CONSTANTLY ON HAND. New D .. made to order .AWD LEAF, ; 4o6 Pearl St.. New York Citv. HOYT. CHAS. G .tHOYT AND AGENCY Of the lrl..nnfaotore' of G. w. GATT. AX BALTIMOBE, 229 Pearl Street, Ne-w Y'ork. trlaJiit, BLIER .t; KAEPPEL, Apat. KINNEY BBOS., Ui.aQ T@.UJ.QQ@M Cigars, and crgarettes, "'o. 14.1. 'West Broad'W&y D. A. SHOTWELL & SON, Tobacco and Segars, A.H O/IAo eel .... twle 0/ HERO and UNION fiDe Out Chewing Toba.coo, and Echo Smoking :1'14 l!llohth Avenue. New York. GOODWIN & CO KJ.liiUl'AOTtJBERS OF Fllfi:.CUT TOBACCO za.-atr O:lsar, ADd dealers In all kinds of Leaf & Plug Tobacco, & WATER 8T. D. E McALPIN & CO.; 4 J11NIMJUT Vir [in Leaf aJHl Navy Chewin[, SMOKING TOBAOOE), 1Jt1gor 1 x.IHNOO, IJww.Jf, 81tw.jf .FIO"M1", 40. MANUFACTORY AND SALBSROOM CORNER OF AVENUE D AND TENTH STREET: new York Citl:'. G V1NCENT L. Manu faoturer of all kinds of F. A. GOETZE & BRO. FINE .. CUT CHEWING ACTURER3 o 'l'OBACCO & SNUFF, !ND SMOKINC TOBACCO. v Factory and Salesroom, ANHATTAII TOBACCO WORKS, L'CDLOW lmW YOrut. .. WSIIlillgteo Street, DW YOl!X. CO., 'fOB.&CCO AID CIGARS, AND DRALR!tS IN SN.UFF, PIPES, etc. fiCTORIES lT 4N BROAD STREET, IEWIRI 1 .AllfD IN CALDWELL, N. :1. ESTABLISHED 1837 W. A. BRINTZINGBOFFER & SON, MA.l(tJP'ACTt11tKR5 OP 'tl.l AND '-' lDEALERS II TOBACCO, sas Broacl Street, Newark, N J OJiim.&. TOBACCO WORK.S AND CIQAB liUNUFACTOBY. D. -BUCHNER, Successor to R<>BtTCHEcK & TAU1iStG, P.. CBIWIIG 'AND SMOKING !OBAC60 AND. CIGARS, aii,es, Oher6ots, -256 DELANCEY STREET, OW YOBJ[. Jlana.factu.Nr of tbe followin Braoda eC Kn.LtCJCIIIICK.: Prld.e of' the BaM BaU. Wlaelleater. 'Vb-!flnl& Leaf. Ly.,... Gnclaa Be".... 1 :1. M. LAURILLA.RD, rtJIJdCCO BBOI.Eil. ROTTERDAM, ) :aoLL.A.::N"D 1-S. p,,.,......,,.. J .u. G. hmr; Pemberton & Penn, TOBACCO. COMMISSION MEll.CHAN"nl.! .-.. a experience in IN iusiness, t/leir to jill Drtiers fw Laj 11"" .MtMMfiUium/ TtJINJq, ,< DAI!IVILLJ!, VA. F. W. SMYTHE, !robacco Bagging AND BAGGI.Q MAS'BB.IAJ., Of all Kind. Low P rices tor Cu"'. SPANISH LINEI' FANCY STRIPES Bleached and '..- .bleached Sheeting, Thread, Cao u fUJ Traveling Bags, Burlapo, .ottoa Bagging Carpets, Matung Dry Goods benerally. ANDREW I.F.STER & CO., No. 103 Chambero Street New FRID. .EIGELBiCB. 'Dbatta Jon.st, RO. 21 8lri'B ATEINl7E, NEW YORK amror .AJm DBPM F. H. MD Celebrated Smokilli TobaCCQ (aow Jl, W.ll'elper). ElSTABLISIIED 1822. "COPIRB.AGEI SBUFF,'' Maoafactored only by WEYMAN fc IIBOTHER, Seoured t.. Pate9t,Deeemhet-.o6, A a be ris<>roWilyproe ----' r Manoractarent of SNG P1 aod t::Y ot 'quality grown in this co uuti")', therefore we the public not to purcha&e ay Manila Cfgars not bea.riny cur trade the Uoxes. 1 S J .A.COB & CO. ...... DER d:ESTABROOK, No. 7 Commercial Street, Boston, SOLE WHOLESALE SELLING AGENTS FOR THE ENcx.AND S'I'A'I':ZS. 25 Myrtle Avenue, Brccklyn. eo.A&..Uy Ra-tile Beat Haad ... --llaellU.--c..tu-. ... GraauatlatJ Tobaeee. F. HEPPENHEIMER &. CO., LABELS For Tobacco and C igars. A large aeeortment conotantly on hand o.od JK:iuled to order. 22 & 21 llortl> William Street.!{.,. YOY'k. 7.30 LOAN OF THR DOMESTICJ .JOHN J'. CB.OOKI: CI&AR WAREHOUSE, E. E. ROMAY, E. E. BOIAY, Factories at CooJ}ersburg and Vicinity, InBACCQ fOil & BOTH[ 133 WA'rEB j NEW YOBJ[. -No. 38 OROS" Y RT .. NEW YORK. IS.OliW ABZ & SPOHB, \ DOMESTIC SEGARS, ... Lewll ltreel, .R.W YORLI X. li:ROOE, FINEST BRANDS-OF CIGARs, 329 BOWERY, N.Y. .tiAR TCORN & HAHN. FINE SEGARS, Ro. 148 W8ter Street, NI:W YOBK. PREY BROS. & QO. Manufacturers of FOO: CIGARS, and Dealers _in Leaf Tobacco, 126 Chambers St., New York .' EDWARD A. SMITH, MANUFACTURER 01!' Fine Segars, .1Vo. 1 Bowery, NEW YORK. 10UIS 1\!anuf.oc:turer of r FINE CIGARS,. Dealer In All kinds or Leaf au laJlnfactnred Tobaa, 02 Nassau St., N.Y. WARDROP & DALY. ml UW!B 8t, N N YORl Wood Brokers, CGM .. IIIDI MlRIIHAITI. S:PANISE: CEDAR Fin' et.,.. Bono, furnltlled In QU!IItltleo to IH1lt. Conelamaei>U ot B-Walnui lleopeot.1all7 Bollclted. J GOEBEL & CO., ltDd l!lannfactuen ol GIRM.U CLAY PIPES, o! Sand, Crucibles, Galllpots, 81C.d Germsn Clay, 129 Maiden Lane., New York. Ooi:JIBL 8oa:N1t, aro-lmerode. P M .. DINCEE\. Corner 'SA and MIIMI! Streets. (,()MMISSBON MERCHANT. 31'ANISII CEDAB., FOREIGN & WOODS. SPANISH CEDAR FOR CiGAR .BOXES, Furniahed in "l>REll PINOS................. ....... $ 80 OAZADO!Ul8............................... Ho Ynge:ouddad-CONCHAS, I\EGALIAS, ETC R.EOA'LIABRITANICA. .................. -La.A.friOAJaa-LONDJtES;REGA.LIAS, Efu REGALIA LONDRES............ .... ... l v O Carolina Kauaaacero-REaALIA. DE,. LONDnES. ,co x -REINA.S ...................... 7l CHAS,LONDRES,ETC. r::t:-ru:::::::::::::::::::::::.::::: .. :: -FlordoSantlago-CONCHA.S,l,TC Figaro. l'lor de Boma;r-REGALIA, LO:l!DRF..S, CON-PRENSADOS .......... $ 7S CHAS, MEDIAN OS. LONDR.&SDE COR1'E ..................... 50 to .10 All Orders (.or other Braudi!l will be CHARLES A. WULFF, Lithographer Printer, and Ma.nuiaotnrer of .Ul Ot:tters f'or other Brall4ls will be Prom:ptly attended t-o. ..;.. __ Pro_mptly a&tended to. INTERNAL REYE .. UE B()OK8. SIBCIE, & WANNACK, PRilfC-DUu.aoe, P. O.!INen ._.... te at the ohorteat AOtice. I a..a-._, a.wo_..,_.,; NEW YORL SPENCER'S PAT. IH,-TQBACCOe MACHINE, MANUPAE:j"lm.IU) BY 29 -!IBW YOBK C1'i W