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

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I ; VOL. IX.--NO. 5. .. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1873 ) WHOLE NO 421. IP&t lolmttg i I IS PlJBLISHBD ., E'VDT WIDNISDAT KOINDTQ.-BT TU tOBlOOO LW PUBIJSlllNG CetrT, 4a Fulton 8t., New York. J. KBlln&Y HA.Qll& --:.Ktor. JOJDI CJ. CIILU7 ...._t. As an advertlslllfr medlm, where Ills desired to reach the Ciar and Toba9co Trade, not only ol tbla kt forefga Cooaotrles,lt lo the bert attainable. All letters should be plainly addreoaecHo TftB ToBAcco LEAr PuausKING COIM-A.Nv, LJ2 Fultou Street. N cw Y ""f-..., Terms af the Peper.''il'i StNGLB Cor1B11o CaNTS Ps AN NUN k-oo T' Englaad and the Canadu, -<>4 addltlooal lie!' annumibr of Pootue. 1'o Bremen, and the Continent of Europe, f>.ol*6o !!earl. '".-n>tte A 0., 161 Lcriu M. H., 162 )lcFall &: Hogan, 33 Morray. Ka4du Bra.., 138 Water.. Naltlaad Robert L. 4: Co., U !!taM. :U&nlu &: }oltoooo, 166 Water. Mayer Jooeph, Sods, na' Wator. Jo(eJer A. 0. L. &: O., 43 BoaHeuenl!'f T. H. a: Oo aAClc6sJ(aioloa Lue Horrte, 'H. M., 9 Old Sl\p aad !S. Wator. Norton, Slaucbter 4: Oo., 4> BrOid. O.tman Alva, 166 Watec. OUln&er Brotheno 119 'i'..t. Palme1 & Sco'flllet.!'l" Wotor, Paulltoch M watu, .; --Price Wm. M. a Co., hf ill---. Qalo, J, P. & Co./ 59. Bn..d. ltM4 a eo. ,, o sup. R........,o, b. a Co., !19 P.r\. A. S. &: Co., t6t __ &.....W. L &: Bro., W-. Sal-S. ll Pearl. Wallace.lr Co!! of!......_ Scb.ttar J ....... Jl3 l'ead. Sc:Ulnt lJi Stefaw. Sclloloeder & ,,. Wate<. Scbubllrt H. & Oo., WaliK SeUJa('s Sotuc S., Front. SpeDl!roo. & Co., 75 M.w-'-Cbarleo T., 189l'eM\ S B. & Co., 5 Barlicoc Slip. a Co.L 197 Dulle: Stra1 :;tona, POll!. lltrolaa ReltoeUtel-. ,,. y,.,..t. 7 ... Charles F. lr Sou, It F.,.. Taqenhorst. F. .._..., Cart, 188 :feerL M. fl :r'elitl. Wrtpt, :B. M, 7,.,..JirfMr, ) Dreyer Bd,wa.rd ,.,t6_ Beaver. t .. Fbdler ODaa,.:,E. 4< NI,' a,l Watia Gu>a, J. S. & Wa11.1 P., {)ebQrDe; Charlet. 7' ., M &nad. -}Uder M. & Soa 1 l < 1 .. 1 Shack' A 119 m: ... fD I;ane ... Of.'ToHtwell D; A, oil Son, 174 Eirhth Ag51 1 Scinrar1 & Spohr, 18<) Lewb lleldeobers ct Co. '9 DeJ I!Oec:ke & '\V annack, 6 Rlvlagtoo llmltli..E ._ u Bower1 Stachelbers M. & Co. Pew! llltaltoo &I lltorm 191 Pead llatro & Newmark: 131 Water Wangler & Haha, 148 Water. of Fi lifto.-Cit., Hollander H. d5 MaideR Lane Vkbot & Co. 76 Pine 8treet Tlu Chnca Cig"' p,,_,, &.in;,. Colell H. 201 Oloathanl r_,..,m of nHu, Atmlrall ] J. 31' Oeclu Guala F. Water Ooozalez A. 161 Water Kelly Boberl E A; Oo. J4Jlea..Jt,....er0 Gm!A eo ua wIIIDIIJa 195 Pearl .A.. so Platt l'ucul E. l!rother & Oo. Watw 8ofomoo M. lt & 85 M:aldea Lane Yep J oeepla A.. & Bro. 187 Pearl Well a. Oo, 6o Pine Walter, Friedman & Freloe, 106 Pearl Weloa, Eller .!> Kaeppel, IJCl Pearl Ybor V.ll. a6 Cedor lhufof lJul; Appleby & Betmo, 133 Water (looeU.. F. A. & :Boo. Jill r.,.,,,, of n ...... Oi&'.: De Buy Vred'k a. Co., 5I Brood :MetseDfNr T. H. & Co. r61 llaideo Lane Bomay E. E. 8o Wall J,,.ru, tj CIJ Pifn. l!atler B. A llrother, 77 Water Demuth Wm. &: Go., 403 Broadway Mt111MjMturlrl of Bri11r Pips J l"'f'D"Itrl of .Artidtt. Demuth Wm. &. Co., 403 Broadway J,portus of Pips tl S..urs' Artir/11. Bolten, Garrlgueo &: Co., 91 Chambeno street, ana 13 Read.e street lporttrl f Littritt P-. Appleby & Helme, 135 Water w __ Oleveland, De Laacey b South "1!...,.. Gilford, Sherman & Innis. no Wllliam .t Arplmbau, 29 lr 31 S. Wtlliom Kc.Andrew james 0., nf Front Mocrlo H. M., 190id Sl p aod 13 Water. Weaver 6:; Steny, Cedar. Stt, Cetl.or J IYHtlo. Dlllfr"O P. ll., cor. 8htb and Lewis. Wardrop 1: D&Ty, :oos & sO! LewlL G.r- Or"' Ri6botll. Oramer G., 81 Franklin. :Jtairll Ciz"" ltihH.,, Almlrali].J., soCedar. Cigar Mvalrh, Jacoby'S. A O!J li09 PearL M1111Ujturlt'l of Tobauo Ti-Foil, O-k J. ]., 3s orosb:f: bctioneers of Tobcco, ek. Gerard, :Betta A Oo., 7 614 Slip Toh.cco U.IHlr. The Hatch Llthograplc Co., 32 6: 34 Veoey Heppenbeimer F. A Co., 22 North WiWalll Cig.,.Bo>t /.lsb55 South; Ga.o.a& MicbaeU1, 101 Maiaeo Laue. Spier (!has. E 1: Oo., 71 Joba. Mlu/Jn TolttiCt o Bg Z:elleoka R., o6J East F onrth. Paper CigtJr tmd To&ueo BtJgs. Hewlett l!ros., t<>4 Fulton. i.N,., BlfUi"t. Leot A. II Co., as cu.t>en. ToHal C6ru1llor, s-be 'lllaaoafxta..U.. Oo., 7 Park PIMocJJ p,. Brown A. li J' ., 57 Lewtco. MMuJfMtwm fl" 8fuw c-f. Kraft .. Boaoe!Jter,,aflortla Wlll'-Kruse l'rederlck, 175 Clatham aa4 19 North "Lrl }'...-" ........ CitllllllJIIWR T. fiBroad Bair. Geniwa-.A.mflllcaa, cor. Broadway aacl Ceclu. E "t'-" 11' ootl. Hoay J_.,,--.1.-y. ........ Barr1ooa -Oo., ll9 BI'M41oar. 1..-..l 8Nh. ] ............ c. 11 Llbetty. Hie.., lfftfor Toum C.111. Smith _. Brollal4ea Laoo _.,...,QAMAJIY, o weotlld BBOOJU.YX, T. .. ,,_ ,.,....... Hoory, tS llyrtle a... vnALO, J!l. Y. Dt.Jers in tnJ Do.ll'or W. A ; a: Soo, 88) Broad. CuapO.ll, Laae 6 fJo., 414 Broad. J!IJIW ORLI!A'M .. La. 7'.-,. JIW11r1 1111J C...usiH MlrtU... ltftaelberw, Schaefer aad c.., Carooclolet. P.&DUCAB, B:t. Jarrett G. 1!'. Pll'l'JlBDlJBG, Va. Veaablo 8, 11'. & Co. Ywq B. A. & Bno, I roo F""'t PJIILADBLPBIA.. IoU.a Anathall X. IJ "->., -Hoirth Tlainl' _...,.., L.lr Oo. 3 Nftb Water. :Breaaer Lewi, Boa, Julforth TJUrd. Dohaa A Taitt. 107 .Uch. Bdwarclo, G :w. 6 Co. ; "Nortk wat .... Btaeulohr Wm. oil Oo., 115 llotJtlt ,.....,., Borbort L., ao11thcaot cor. Fourth IJ Jlace, Me Dowell Jl. ll: & Oo., 39 North Water. lloon 8. s., "''North Water. &ok I Biualdo 1: Oo., J North Waler. l!chmldt B., 531 Soatla lleconcl. Bteloer, ,llmtth Broo. ell Knechl, .. :a.c.. Teller Brothers, 117 North Tbird. VetterlelD.1. &: Co 111 Arcla .. Wood'lfol<4, Garrett II< Oo., 53 .SO
Cbue, lllbei'WOQd IJ Ce eo., -(Stl'OCESOOB.S TO DE BAitY & ILING), FRED'K lht .i.ObiCCO' NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, l873 5.2 Broad and 50 New Streets, New York. NOW BEADY. :miPORTBRS OF HAVANA CIGARS; And Sole Agents for IM sale of Tl'IE TOBACCO TRADE DIRECTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, GREAT BRITAIN, AND GERMANY. Revised Edition. Hand5ornely bound in Cloth. Price, Sent FllEJt to any address on receipt or price. EL PRINOlPE DE CALES CICARS, Jlaauracturec'i at Ule KEY WBS1" BRABCB of the celebrated E1 de Manufaetmy of Havaaa. ALLEN & ELLIS, lmUFACTORERS OF FINE-CUT. CIIEWING TOBACCO The followlac well -koowo genUemen haYe klodly coaoenled to asolst In the dlatributloa of the TOBACCO TRADE DIR&CTORV \o in the dtieJ i wlaich they oeerauy realde : I I AND 13 VINE STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO. I 6" Our Tobaccos are unsurpasm/ for Flavor and Chezu. :Jebbing Trade enly solicited. ALIIA.KT, Jll', Y.-ALEXANDER GREER & SON, .Tobacco Maoafac. torero, Bu Broadway. BALTDIORB, Jld,-MusRS. C. LOOSE & CO., Tobacco Commi11ion Merchants, 117 West Lombard Street. BOIITON,IIIasa.-c. H. CARRUTH & CO., Wlaoleaale Dealer in Tobaeco and Cigars, 46 Hmover Street. 8tr5TA.LO, N. T.-A. M. ADAMS & CO., Tobacco :Manufacturers, so Pearl. KEY WEST ClHlCAGO, FOY &: CO., Dealers lo Manufactured To-bacco, Soath Water. SEIDENBERG & CO., 19 DeT Street; New York, ProprletOI'!I oe the CDI'Cilllii'ATI, 0.-R. MALLAY 4: BROTH&R, in Leaf To1 bacco, 115 West-Front Street.l CLAB.KIVILLB, ll'ean.-M. H CLARK 4: BROT.Q:ER, Leaf.,To bacco Brokers. CLJIIVIILAIVD, 0.-H. S ROSENFELD, Tobacco llaoufactarer, 81 Merwla Street. DA ........ 0.-HOGLEN & PEASE, M:mnlactarers of Tobacco Ma-chinery. Jltck.-G. 1!. LICHTENBERG, Tobacco Manufacturer EV AIIIVILLE, IDd.-LEE M. GARDNER, Tobacco Broker. HAJlTIB'ORD, Co-.-WOODWORTH&: STRONG, Leaf To'ltacco Deoleno, 211 Stato Street. L01118VILLB, KY.-L. FRANCKE, Tobacco Broker, 291 Main Street. LTl'ICBBV:BG, Va.-]OHN H. TYREE, Tobacce,Commlssion Merchant. P.ETJCRIBVRG, Va.-R. A. YOUNG &: BROTHER, Tobacco Comminion Merchant. PIIJLADELPIIIA, Pa.-E., W DICKERSON, Seed Leaf Inspector, r07 North Water Street. Pa,-WEYMAN & BROTHER, Soufhnd Tobaoco Manufacturen, 79 and 81 SmithJield Street. PROVIDENCE, R.I,-H1JNTOON & .GORHAM, Wholesale Dealers in Tobacco and Cigars. 'tlJDI'CT, m.-TURNER, HAINES ll CO.J Tobacco Manufacturers. Va.-R. A. MILLS, Tobacco Broker, Tobacco Exchange. R()(lH]li8TJCR, N. T.-W. S. KIMBALL 4: CO., Tobacco Manufac-TBE CELEBRATED u AUSTRIAN VIRGINIA" CIGARS, From J. D. ImEDLBERG'S Factory, in .Baltimore. turers. IT. LOV18rlllo.-J. E. HAYNES, Tobacco Broker, 611 Chestnut Street. IYRACUIE, !(, T.-D. O. SALMON, Tobaoco Manufacturer. TOLEDO, 0.-WITKER, HALSTEAD & CO., Tobacco Manufacturers. _.... ARE NOW READY AND FOR SALE. Depot in NEW YORK with KREIIELBERG & CO., J!:OREIG BRBIIIJIN,-FERDINAND WESTHOFF JR. LIVERPOOL.-COPE, BROTHli:RS &: CO., co Lord Nelson Street. LONDON.-GRANT, CHAMBERS&: CO., 37 Fenchurch Street, E C ... 160 PEARL STREEl. E.' T PILKINTON'S Five Dollars remitted, or paid on penoaal to any of the above named aeoUemen, wlll 1eeure a copy ofthis valw ble work Immediately. U" No Boob 1011t C. 0. D. l.raprou. Celebrated G. "FRUIT' S AND W. :a:ILLMAN & 00., Sole .AKents, lOS Front St., New York-TOBACCO FREIGHTS EASTW AB.D. We recehtly called the attention of the Western Leaf trade to this important subject. We are again remil ; 1dea of it, by noticing the following statement which appears in the Indianapolis ,Sentinel, of March 12 : A meeting see Ad;venlsetnent on 41;h PaaeTHE PB.OP()SED TOBACCOiliiPORT DUTY llf GER:atAifY. of general freight agents of various railroads and the At the beginning of each year for several years past, manaiers:and superintendents of freight lines, was held the_rumor,ofa:decided increaseip the_ duty of 4 thalers per at the Bates House yesterday afternoon to revise the loo pounds no.Jr imposed on foreiJPl ir(Germany, tariff on tobaaco from Louisville, Paducah, a'nd other baa been wafted across the Atlantic, until it has come to Southern points, to the Eastern markets. The results of be regarded as a veritable spring-omen, which may rea the meeting were safisjtufory to all ton&emed. There was sonably be expected witll the recurrence o{ that season. no change made in the rates, the' new tariff being Whether it is a movement in th., inte_rest of the foreign formed on the basis ofthe old one, but considerable rebuyer& of our seed leaf, soof which enters the visioa was made in the list of points, some being 'drop. Fatherland through the port of Bremen, or whether it ped entirely .and others substituted for them. iJ:ie is the _of a whim Of! the part of the Finance season for the active movement of tobacco having just ister, whose :hobby it may be to tax our unfortunate set in, this action of the meeting is of interest to the staple to utmost, we are unable to say. Still the growers and dealers in this staple procluct." fact remains, and the rumors this year have assumed With all due de(erence to the trustwortbiness of the uriusual 'lirength and coherence. Sentinel, we can not understand how any arrangement The latest infonnati<>n we have upon the subject, wllich leaves the old prohibitory rates precisely comes to us in the Deutsc(u Tabak-Zeitung-, of February tkey can said be to all con-' :n, which contains a paragraph to the following effect: cerned. the present h1gh fretghts are not "The Commission appointed to decide this question satisfactory" to friends at this end of the routJ, (that of increasing t!le import duty) have not, thus and haye not been smce they were :tint adopted. I!l fnr, been able to agree. We caution our Teaders, kow fact, how can the dealers in Western Lea tobacco reever not to suppose for a moment that the project will gard with equanim ity a tariff of freight-rates that be abaadoned by the Government because of this non down the Mississippi thousands aRnually agreement. The Government Council have decided to that would naturally find their way to this market, and secure the and will use all their influence to which tendency, if undisturbed, would inure to the advanbring it to pass." as well as not to these, This information W; decidedly" bearish," and if but to t he r_rulroads But1 seems to be rect, shows tbanhe evil day has only been postponed somethmg the renStill cabln : t ministers do not always in their ders theF_D or to the pub!1c weal. sche mes, no matter how fondly they may desire their Instead of be1ng the servants of the people, wh1ch they realization. There is evidently some "lion in the path," are in theoJy a1,1d_ in other lands, they are. iii fact pr the measure would have passed long ago. The masters, and our must be subservient to the1r strength of this obstacle whatever ifm y be we can not supposed necessities. That the roads whose agents f ourse determine. Suffice it to th;t unanimit; met in would be largely the gainers by subject does not exist. Still dealers the adoptton of more hberal rates, not for a will be wise not to : :rely on _the hypothesis that the ment doubt, yet they adhere to a policy meaaure will be defeated. On the contrary, they that yearly consgns to MissJSSlppt bottoms should be prepared for 'tbe worst, and govern themselves upon hogshead_ of tobacco that woul4 otherw1se come aacordingly. That the proposed increase would largely eastward by raJ!. cut down exports, there can be little doubt, and at this As we s_aid however, newspaper buying se":Son it will be wise t o remember the possibili ment on thiS subJect wll 'be useless unless the trade 1t-ties of the nex twelve months before "loading" too hea5elf rouses from inactivity. The Western shippers vily with goocis that may not command a brisk sale at fair should have been present at tohe Indianapolis meeting, profits. We do not wish to create unnecessary alarm ; either personally, by peUtiQn. The facts but the prudent man will look carefully on all sides ofa should have been and s!rongly set subject before he commits hi '!I self to a situation, that and an effort made to secure favorable action. may, ere the year has run its pound; ,become irre We do ot know whether our New York factors have trievable as disastrous 1 ALEXANDER. GREER. ...l.Another well-known and respected name in tobacc'; trade circles has been added, within the past few days, to the gradually-lengthening list of prominent business R)en who have recently died. Our ]ast issue recorded! the closing scene in the busy and useful Jife of Mr. John Cornish, and now we are called upon to the unwelcome intelligence of the demise of Mr. Alex ander Greer, Tobacco Manufacturer qf New and senior member of the 6rm of Alexander: Greer & Son, of that city. Mr. Greer was one of the oldest tobacco manufactur ers in the State of New York, having embarked in the business twenty-fhe tbirty years wheru there were only a comparatively few manufac turers in operation here or elsewhere. His fint businessrelations with the merchants of this city were esiablished while he was engaged in the manufacture of cigar6 in which branch of the-trade he early obtained prominence. oneofhis patrons being Mr. Charles Chapn.an: at that time a leading tobacco manufactur-er of Albany, whom Mr: Greer 6ubseque'ntly succeeded. As a to b!lcco manufacturer Mr. Greer was eminehtly successful acquiring in that pursuit both wealth and and ranking in. the city where he resided aa one 9f the ablest and most upright of its busioess men. Glancing in after years ovei' his prosperous ca reer, it was !>Ometimes pleasure of. the deceased to humorously refer to his early experience in New York as a buyer on his own account. When engaged j11 manufacturing cigars he was in the habit of purchasing his matl!!'ial in City, for which the paper of his well known patron, Mr. Chapman, was always acceptable i !)ettlement; but when he became proprietor of Mr. Chapman's manufa<:tory he was obliged to establish his OW!ll &redit with the tobacco merchants, 'and they, having no knowledge of him as a principal, were very uaturally, at first, unwilling to :1;4i:Commodate him when-as frequmt ly happened-time was a condition of sale. The nime, of every manufacturer in the country was familiar eo the: merchants but that of Mr. Greer was not among the: number, and so, credit could not be had. Meeting with> refusals' on all_sides, he it was best to pay a$ he went, and h1s resources bemg ample, he did .so-much: to the surprise of those who had declined to grant him the extension to establishe : d :firms. A quarter of a century is but a breath in the life Of a community, b.ut how long it in that of an indi-' vidual when it become the bounearjline that separates UTICA. J!l. Y ..,_.,.,_mj,iw Ortt CU.illf 11M .S..W., ,:r.._ been cooperating recently with the Western shippers, but it strikes us tliat the matter should not be allowed to sleep. It is too important. We do not now stop to polnt out the superior advaatages Offered by this mar ket, as they have been frequently dwelt upon in former articles; but we would urge the stirring up of the West ern trade, and the presenting of fresh petitions to the corporations c oncerned. The results .to be 'achieved are certainly worth decided protests and u.nfted and earnest effort. Since writing the above, we learn, on good authority, that the Reichsrath has reported to the Reichstag a measure which proposes to increase the duty on im ported tobacco from four thalers, as at present fixed, to fourteen-aR adnnce of three hundred and fifty per cel)t! Our information also to the effect that as little or no oppo3ition exists in the Reichstag to the trill, it will, in all probability, become a law; We think the trade can rely upon these statements, and act accordingly." the old from the new. The business career of Mr. Greer was not what might be called a kmg one, and yet it covered the period within which the of the changes and improvements that have revolutionized the processes connected_ with the production of cut tobacco, have been made. He was one of the remaining links that bind the old and new together, and on this account, as well as on account of the sterling qualities for which he was distinguished, he will long be missed and his loss be deeply deplored by those who kne'w. him, .. lA J I I \ / J r I I ''

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.. RE T OB A.CCO--rLEA.IIi :IIAB.CH 19 llriDJOR EDITO:&J'AI.S. :EtAII.ft01rli.AB. XOftOB. boxes; Morewood & Co., 20 hlf tierces; Bowne & West Virginia: I at 7.8o, 2 at IJ.so, +so, 2 t I 7 50 Oro-.. of -d leaf toba.:co are caatoa .. apinat accepting the Frith, 25 cases; Richey & Boniface, 29 do; Allen & Co., 27 .5o, I box at go. repcwtcd u1 .. and 'luotationa o aeed leaf u faraiahiaa; the pricea that 25 do; J. H. Thompson & Co., 24 do; Bulkley, Moore At the Phister Warehouse, 41 hhds an' d 24 boxes.-, mould be obtained f t!lem 1t 6nt boad, u tbeoe refer ia moo illltaDUI & c d u M 1 fi ...,, d THE TOBAOCO MARKET. DOMESTIC. NAUGHTY RmNs.-Notwithstaudinganti-tobacco Trask lives there, the Bolton ruins still moko in places. NEw YoRI:, Marlk r8. Weskrn Ltaf.-We have to record another dull week, Omo SEEn LEAP.The growers in the Miamt VaJley the sales amountmg 383 hhds, of which 264 for are anxiOusly wa1ting for buyers. / export. The dep1and for common soft trash seemed to to old cropo han been held oeuly a ,_.., aad the pooit oa 0 10 0 ; .m.. ..We zho er, 2 5 do i R .cin heim 21 hhds MiLSon Co., Ky., trash, lugs and leaf: 3 at 6.05 wlllch ...... t natllrally iadiMe the 1ft--eaptt&l IDYeakd. Growen & Co., I do; Maddux Brothers, 5 do; McFall & Hogan, @7;55 16 at 1G@I4, 2 at 15, 16.75 6 hhdsBrown Cg., caa...c expect even In the cue of new cropo, toaen them far dae aame 49 do; Martin" & Johnson, 3 do; A. S. Rosenbaum & Oh1o, trash, lugs, and leaf: 1 at 9 50 4 at ro. 2s@r4 I prica u are obtained cia a re-aale here. Of c:oune every rc-aale m .. t r.. Co., 2 5 do; J. R. Sutton & 12 do ; Bonnett, at 1 9 hhdii'new Owen Co., Ky., 7 at 6.2 S@? .os, 3 at byihe c-i11 Co., 75 do; Connolly & Co., ro do, ro half 8.6o, 8.85. 5 hhds and r box new West Virginia: 3 at 0 A p b V th at the have but severat amalt sales of clean tillery WANT WNERS.t eters urg, a., ere are luga were. made at also of colo'ry West Hill warehouse, two uBclaimed hogsheads of to-C b h 72 R boxes; Jas. M. Gardiner & Co., 42 do, do; L. & E. 6.os, :r at 9,'9.6o; r box at 8.5 0 23 cases new QUOTATIONS OF WHOLE3ALE PRICES. Wertheimer, 25 do, 174 do; G. W. Hillman & Co., 115 Oh10 see<\; 21 at S:ZS@? 2 at 8. w....,._LitJilt la&t. 1 -........... ....... do, 70 r6 kegs ; E. DuBois, 20 do, 93 three qtr EVANSVILLE, Marc is 8.-Mr. Lee ". Gardner gm,,. .. ,,.,1",. f$ '8 "' n h c 11 Jl. c d 8 d T b .m. oacco, which jlave been there for five years. ounty at 6 out t e samep!'lce. eceipts contmue 1large! and some leafbegir::; to appear, and we A Glas 1ow (M<><) :Journal says note some little lots selectecl as trial shipments, at 10@ tk'at Jl.it:lrard p, Ba.stiu.livtnJ about tour JOiles south of r 3c. for crgar wrappe.rs ana scarcity of that place raised last year an average of 1 Soo pounds really useful substantud leaf m last crop ,becomes ap to the acre. parent, and good dark wrappexs would b.rini: Cutters bought 79 hbds old crop, partly of the bumell tobacco. Common le&f.... ...... Commille """ JF'uU.... DYtrla. NIIOJ ".. 48 @ 66 C B M F lk & C 8 b h k 1 eommoo to g..od 11180 9 .1(@10 1111.., Hal,( l'llvftinion that our pn' ces are sti'll some eman .or nc eavy lr""Dta to acco .or ed 9"' .. c d F w T h d N Sl ... Low w m tum tear. "' Bo1181l a. Bead,......... ilO o., 10 o; atgen orst, 6o o; orton, augh-t.oo htgh, and yet I can not see that they will get mu .... port, -but the supply of this quality being limited, transGood to line .......... Buc" t & c 8 d s w II & c d s f 1 n h h .1 b 1 1 d wrappers. dar:t ......... UJ>@17l> N,.-n .. ndi-P!ae. @Ill er o., o; a1er, a ace o., 24 o; M. 1 any .ower as country dealers are already. suffering and aclions t erem ave necessan y ecome a so 1m1te do. bright.... ... w @'O iiO.Uum : .. 119 ,40 Parker & Co., 4 do, arvis & Co., 13 do. Order, 6 do. the stnp market aro d h ld Therewasafairinquiryforother styles, but salesap l!moken ............ u "' un usare o mgupwell. New pear to have been only moderate, buyers in some m-to g.,.;;i;,;;;;,: l'iue ... '2 @48 C COASTWI5_E FROM KEY WEST.-Fred'k. de Bary & York and New Orleans must sell for better prices and b Bro'"' and Greenish. 8 9 lledum .. .......... 40 @42 o., 42 cases c1gars; J. & J. Eager, 4 do; Seidenberg & more read'y than I now anticipate or our dealers Wlll stances not wilhng to meet the views of holders. :Medlamand line red 9 Quarm .Powndl-!'ine 43 Co 54 d b 1 v M .: Yb b 1 t h 1 F 11 d bl d fi d t d d com to med. 8 iO lioOW 10 Common to medium ... S7 @II& scraps. Saturday, Marek xs.-_ r. Le_ e ''. Garda .. r, among 0 ers, t ere seems to e Itt e ou t 0 t e conMaryltJONi-!"011'4 to com Ji'iru atod Four ......... 40 T b IU ,. tinuance of thts condition of affairs, since the available moo 5JS@ .............. 40 BALTIMORE, Matck 15-Messrs. C. Loose & Co.. 0 acco Broker, reports :_.Receipts of t-obacco on our Seund c.;;.;,;;on:.:: : 7 s Nevroh Gronulatecl 8 ok:ing .. s.t 76 descnpt10ns. Receipts of Maryland and Ohio contmue leaf shows sttll farther weakening over the prices sue, our Liverpool correspondent, under date of Febru 10 .. .. fr:ee. In Maryland there has been almost nothing doing, last you. Lugs generally are much improved in ary IS, says: "The stock of Umted States tobaccQ here wras::!!:_ Aloorled lola .. .. 18 @u ="' T,:cl1f;,;,t :: = 813--to IS kilos Ohio and 2,ooo,ooo kilos Maryland, FARMVILLE, VA., Ma1ck z8.-Messrs. c. c. Read in unsafe order, embrading dark common to medium, 18 u commoa .......... 611 eqwvalent to about 4,599 hhds Ohio and s,soo Mary. & C:>., as follows: .The weather for the past and nondescript bnghts. To ths cause, doubtless, may oo:op 18 t::,:;,.ca.n J.:. land, agaiost about 7 ,ooo Ohio and 3,000 Maryland last week h.as clear, and suitable for farming PHOTOGRAPHS FOR VrENNA ExHIBITlON.-We had the also be attributed the extra demand now existing there r.="r.;;::::::::: u @i: 11. a. 11 "................. :14 year. We nottce aales of aoout 350 hhds Oh10, suitable Notwithstandmg th1s fact receipts of tobacco pleasure, a few evenmgs since, of mspecting a collecfor money to supply not only busmess wants but the sOoti'i,ij.:.. 10 .. ::: -: to France and D11isbury; o( Kentucky a sale was made m have been quite heavy. We notice some tton oi photographs taken by the well-known pbotograts f t S-' T fi th 1 t t 1111 crop H. M M .... .. ...... .. .. IJij of about 6o hhds to arrive, by western samples, at from declme .!! all grades of tobacco, particuiarly in short pher, V. Kurtz, and intended to be placed in the or e annua 10 eres on .r' .. ":"lol8::::::::: : .. :ix 8, for a style lugs. Receipts for the week leaf. We quote lugs at to 6 approaching exhibition at Vienna. They are enllrely l"'l .. ro ...... ... u @11-" ""G.",. 4110 II> ouea.... 2VJo& add up: 319 hhds Maryland do Ohio. 42 do Ken-mg to quahty. Short leaf at 16<.<: to 8; medi1m1leafat composed of fiu),lre p1ctures and certainly Mrual, and in Leaf-Business has been rather quiet since onr """...,...,. BtetJ L uc y, ota' IZS2 s. eare same lime, roo hds o 9.72i ong ea' at 972 to rr_%. These quotations many matanOc!s, excel,, anyf phi work vre have trade, and to goods for immediate wants. Pnces and Oom 88 @H}O : Maryland, rn Virginia, 79 do Kentucky, 94 do Kenare all.applicable to tobacco, there being no toyet sem. ne portrait o a a y, espeaally, resembled do Good do 91@1 110 YounW' ...... ":X.'"" 2l5 tucky and V1rgm1a steamers to Bremen, and 6 hhds leaf bacco m hogsheads offenng. the finest steel-plate engraving so closelyas to be imdistribution last week were as follows: cases r8?t. : to 'Demarara HOPKINSVILLE, Kv., Marde I3.-Messrs M H bl f d tectlon e Ce t by ........ e m t d Coonecticut wrappers at 40r-ll5oc 180 cases do do .. w d 1 Cl k & B h L af poss1 eo e x p u os expenence \::> ..v-fa.-..1-TodOcU.perpollad 'R B ............. ...... -equote to-ay: Maryand, froste.d, 5@6; sound ar rot.er, e Tobacco Brokers, Colobserver. The photographs are mounted upon a very secoods at @28C; so cases do. State wrappen at .Potondr-BuOil'O "W. s, .................... 21 6r-ll d r-ll8 dl rL I R d f d h hi d d 2rsc; too cases do. Pennsylvania wr"ppers on private -...., ............ 118 @70 "0. s......... ............ common, \::>7, goo common, 7\::> ; mid mg,87ll@ro; ows: ecepts to ate 2,2o9 hhds since ast report elegant frame o woo g Y ecorate and diVisible .. Fllle ................... ilO good to fine red, ro@r3; fancy, 14@25; upper country, hbds. There. :was a perceptible feeling of strength t five sect1011s 1 n which shape 1t w 1'11 be shtpped d terms, and So cases. I87o Connecticut at I 2r-ll r3c. -IMPORTS 6hll d 1 Oh k h k 1n o an S 1 1 f g p 1 k f: o.::>25; groun eaves, 5@9. 10, mferior to good m ou mar et t IS wee and pnces stiffened up some wilt finally be exhtbited I4. 1rgma, common to good lugs, 7 a_very un esua e c aracter, and anything showing da owtug appom 0 .. ors 0 n ema evpublic full and trustworlhy information concernmg the SMYRNA-Gomez & Arguimbau, 665 bales licorice common to mediUm leaf, fatr to good, c1ded usefulness for any purpose, brought a full price enue have been mte. m_anbclpatton of the act of Detobacco industry, it 1s remarkable, aJS well as gratifying, root. fine and selections, I2@I4: stems, good to for its grade. We had expected before now to see a 24 t87 2 a ?hshmg the ?ffiCe$ of Assess?rs and to oote how many of our leading journals, daily and HAVANA-Wei! & Co., 324 balesj V. Martinez Ybor, fine, scale of prices, but. probably this will not occur Assesso;s .-A. F. Wilcox, :rwenty-thrd disweekly, are m the habit of occasionally according space I05 do; J. M. Sichel & Co., I43 do; J. J. Almual, 46 do; Tobacco Staltment until we have larger receipts, whiCh time is not far dis tnct of New York,_ John B. 1wenty-fourth d!s to the consideration of matters pertaining to the eultiM. &IE. Salomcm, 177 do; A. Gonzalez, 520 do i ComIst, 1873. Stock in warehouses and on Hkds. tant. tnct of New York, J. C. P. Kmca1 d, Twenty-first d1s-vation of and commerce m tobacco Th N y k mercia! Warehouse Co., too do; J A. Gorgorza, 57 do; h b d t 1 d 8 trict of Ne':' F. Tarbar, dis-Sun, among others of our more F R S h d & B 8 s lp oar no c eare -------------------,-,9o LOUISVILLE, I2.-Wt:_ report as follows: trlct of New York, Alvm B. of sometimes favors its readers with a dissertation '>n these 8Jo 38o ; The market has been active, and the offerings have inGeorgia; A. of I.outSJana; interesting topics, and, as is natural wheR treadin u oo cases cigars; F. Alexandre & Sons, 267 do, ro do ; creased. Pnces are firm. The receipts for the week MR:wrklsoFnlanTlghatrnd, HparvDey kB. ground outside of its ordinary field of observatio! sJ'me Robert E. Kelly & Cq., 53 do, 24 do; J. C. Hoffmeyer, TotaL---------------- ---------I6,r48 tthhee !.'2'ortst 2,224 :' .' w ey a ,e, Urnes gets thmgs a little "mixed." '+bus, in a half20 cases cigars; Carl Upmann, 1 do; S. Linington & E d 't ueren ware. F!fth Michigan, James FIShback,, Tenth diS column editonal submitted a few da s a o, its eaks of Sons, 14 do; G. W. Faber, 36 do; Oharles T. Bauer & 6,296 houses were r,3I4 hbds and one box as follows. tnct John. Connell, Fourth dlstnct of Iowa; seed leaf in this Wise :-"The stock toCo., to do; A. S. Rosenbaum & Co., 3 do; E. Carples, The Pickett House &old 300 hhds :-ro6 Kf'n Nixon, S1xth.dJstnct of Iowa; Selden C?nbacco, old and new, now on hand is about ri9o,ooo 4 do; Frederick De Bary & Co., do, Purdy & S d tucky leaf; 4 at $IJ@I3-75; 7 at 12@12.75; II at II@ nor fhird dlstnct of MaJne c B H Fessend F t toe .. toay 10 warehouses and on shipboard II?Si 7 at IOr-llro.?s. I7 35 at 8Q.8.9o, ns en, 1 rs cases. Of this amount nearly 90,ooo cases w!ll be used Nicholas, I6 do, order, Ss bales, 264 cases c1gars. t 1 d 6 \::> \::> d tnct of Massachusetts Ous Clapp F th d t no c eare ------""--------------9, 46 at 7 10@7 90 47 hlids lugs: 3 at 7r-ll7.6o, 43 a 6r.o' IS h our. IS net at home, and the remainder exported." This is almost EXPORTS. M Ed w 6 8 "' O f Massachuselts Jo n Sedaw1ck Fst d!Str..... fC 1 L' h essrs. 18chmeyer & Co., Tobacco Commission .go; I at 5 o. 3I hhds do lu...., and trash at 6Q,7-so. ., .. ..... 0 a or quite, as amusing as the mistake of another c 1 t From the port of New York to roretgn ports ot er d d \ "orma John L Murphy Second d1stnct of Ne J Y din M h Merchants, report:We have to report qu i te a brisk 41 hh s o trash; 2 at 7, 34 at 6r-ll6.9e,. 5 at 5 10r,;,5 ,55 '' w erdaily at the time of the Jarvis warehouse fire, when in than European ports, for the week en g arc 12, d o.::> sey; Robert B. Fifth. Dl>tnct of New lersey; referring to the value of the tobacco destroyed by that were as follows: m.ovement in manufactured tobacco the past week, With I4 hh s Indtana leaf: 5 at 8@8.Jo; 9 at 7@7. 58 ]. T of Penns>:lvama; Ed. calamtty, it gave fifty cents .per pound as the avera e w ARGENTINE REPUBLIC.-Io hhds, $t,63S ; 30 bales, with stock of summer made goods decreasmg and prices hhds do lugs and trash at s.Bo@7 3 hhda Tennesee ward Scull Sucteenth d!Stnet of Pennsylvama Job R g showing an upward tendeacy. The fo)lowing are the leaf at IJ, 11.25, 9 .., E 'h h d' f p 1 n. value. The error of the Sun hardly call::. for correction hso. receipts A Seemuller & S 8 th' d b The Frmers' Ho ld 6 hh.,_ .n?wen,, I? teent tstnct o ennsy varua; E. Blame, as everybody interested in knowi th' b t' DANISH-WEST INDIES.-7 hhds, ons, 4 u oxes, q 31 ... use so 2J ....,:-IOJ. hhds N 1ath diStriCt of Kentucky. ng some a ou ., cases; John "'F .. Pleasants.& Sons, 227 hUt boxes, 171 qtr Kentucky l.eaf: 2 at rJ, 12.25; 5 at nr-llu,. seed w1ll readtly perce1ve how 1t occurred. Yet It would FRENCH WEST INDIES.-38 hhds, ,5,7Z5 d h d bo G .., ts& r b r.:ll b an t 1r xes; ., at ... o., r 43 oxes, 57 :15 u a 22 at 9Q,9.90 2 6 at seem as ifin return for the light usually received from tile BrUTISH WEs:r INDIES.-:-5 bhds, $1,193, 43 a ..... T B St f!i d hlf b 6 N 11 & B 8@8 t r.. h pervadingraysofour refulgent contemporary, it were S584, 1,335 lbs mfd, $3u. J a or '113 oxes, 2 eases; orve axter, 90 ; 29 a 7.e7 90 9 1 hds do lugs: 7 at '7@7.40; H hhd 8 56 qtr boxes; W A Boyd & Co., 10 cases. 69 at {i@6.9o, IS at 16@7.10. 28 hhda do trash: 9 at no more than a sanple duty to try to deflt:ot this single AYTI.-4 s, oo. N': 6 @ t 6 6 6 obltque beam into the pathway of truth, which, presuma_ NEw GRENADA.-1,362 lbs mfd, $38o. CINCIN ATI, Mare k rs.-Mr. F.* Pr.ague, tea! 30 hd 7 ; 1 .ro, i o; 1 4 at 5@7: 3 at 5o@s.6o. Tobacco Inspector, reports as follows: The weather 5 h s n lana !eat r at 8; 4 at 7-?o. 8 hhds bly, itwasintendedtotraverse, and we accordingly essay PERU.-H';084lbs mfd, S3,275. d 1 t 8 r-ll6 hhd T the task of doing so, to our aid for that VENEzUEI.A.-I hhd, $123i I,693 lbs mfd, S48o. continues dry ami windy, preventing planters and ship o ugs a I leaf at Io. P urpose the annual of & Son, To European and other ports for the week ending pers from doing much towards getting their leaf to !he LoUisville House sold 302 hhds and 3 casks: 39 h market. therefore are light and confined to hhds Kentucky leaf.: I at $r5.75; 7 at 9@9.80; IO at8 which appears to have been made and prqvided for such Marc 1.9. very common grades, such as Will not inj'ure much by @9.20; 12 at 8@8.8o; 9 at 7Jor-li7S 103 hhds do contingencies. BREMEN -J49 hhds, 143 do stems; 9 case5 1 f d 1 6 @ being prized in unsuitable weather; prices have been ea an ugs: 22 at 8 at 6.70@8. 16 at 6.6o AccordJOg to these gentlemen the total stock of seed BELIZE.-J hhds, lbs mfd. well maintained on a11 grades of new qffered, both of @9.50; 8 at 6.90@9; I6 at 6.so@8 so; 15 at 6.so@8.90 leaf held on January I, was ; 47,000 cases,dividei:l as fol-GIBRALTAR ;-I3 cases. Kentucky and West Virginia. The dffenngs of Dew 10 at 6.2o@8.6o; 4 at :8@9.40. I4 hhds do leaf lows: Crop of r87o, all kinds, ro,ooo; crop of t871, GLASGOW ...-6,1 33 lbs mfd. OhJO seed are quite large and for the quality, which is and trash, at 6.rO@ro. roo hhds do lugs: 10 at 7r.o Connecticut and Massachusetts, Is,ooo, New York, HAMBURG.-245 cases. S t @8 t 6 .., L hhd S6 lb fd excedingly mean, prices are good. The total offerings 7o; 10 a 7 ; IO a S0@7o; S at 6.2o@7, 26 at 8,ooo;Pennsylvania, 3,ooo; Ohio,?,ooo; Wisconsm,4,000. tVERPOOL.-3 1 s, 318 lb s of the week were 674 hhds and 231 boxes, as follows: 6@6.8o; at 6.10@7, 24at 6.:ro@7o. 9 hhds doln-to whtch. ,should be added t he crop of 1872, namely, LONDON.-126 hhds, 21, ro s m d t @8 Lhd d __. r N b 1 lb c0 t the Bodman Warehouse, 162 hhds and 130 boxes: an ......, a 5 .40. '1 u s o trult at 6.10@7 3 Connecticut and 2s.ooo, New York, is, ICARAGUA.-4 a es, 320 s ffil< a k d 1 t DOMESTIC RECEIPTS so hhds ol Mason Co. Ky., trash, lugs, and leaf: cas s 0 ugs a ?So, 5.50, 5 6 hhds Illinois lugs at ooo; Pennsylvania, 4o,ooo; Oh10 and Indiaaa, 40.o:>p, 6 @ hhd I d Th I h f N y k fi d t' I at r6 at 8@8 o at IOr.:l\14 50 3 at 4 7 75 21 s n lana trash and lugs: s.60Q,7 Wisconsin, rs,ooo Other Western States, ro,ooo, total e arnva sat t e port o ew or rom omes IC o.::> o.::> hhd T 1 af d 1 r h k d' M h so. 5 hhds new Mason County trash, lugs, and leaf: 1 3 s ennessee e an ugs at 7r.ll9 of old and new I92,ooo cases, of which less than 5o,ooo mtenor and. coastwtae ports .or t f wee en mg arc Tb B H ld 8 hhd hlf 8 at 7I5, 1 at 8.2o, 2 at so, r at 17.25. ro hhds e oone ouse so 250 hhds and I box: 122 cases belong to New England. ,. I were 2,309 s, 39 trcs, 20 trcs, 2,os cases, 5 \::> hhd K t k 1 f THE ScHEIDER WEDDING.-The marriage of Mr. b b 8 h b hlf b 8 old Brown County, Oh10, at 8.8o@9.90. 6 bhds new s eo uc y ea : x at per roo lbs, J at 5 S-'anish-The Havana market has shed in the utts, 44 oxes, 44 t ree qtr oxes, 5o7 O:l'es, 5 B c 1 14 so IJ 5 t t @ -r 1 h s 1 d third boxes, IS qtr boxes, 85 102 cases cigars, rown ounty ugs at I 0 2 S@I4-7S 56 hhdB and 3 2 'l a 12 3 a ,II II.75, 33 at JO@Io.75 PoLICE, FIRE AND REVENUE ITEMS.-On the 8th inst., genera apat Y : a es :u-e reporte to the extent of 39 bales scraps, coosigned a,s follows: boxes new Owen County, Ky., trash, lqgs, and leaf: 45 20 at 9@9.8o, 25 at 8@8.9o, 8 at 7-50@7 102 hhda about 7 P. M. burglars entered the tobacco stores of 250 bales, and we .of transacBY THE ERrK RAtLROAD.-Pollard, Pettus & Co., I65 at 5@7o, 5 at 8.to@9o ; 6 at IO@I4.so, 3! boxes do lugs : 3 at 8.6o@8.9o, 41 at 7@7 56 at 6@6 Joseph Scheider with Miss Louise Stine on Wednesday of last week at Arlington House, Fourteenth Street, was an o( more than usual trade and SOCI!Ii sigmfi .cance. fhe weddmg ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Huebsch, at 2 P.M ,and at three a party of some bun:lred and fifty guests sat down to a bountiful and elegant banquet in the large dimng-room of the hotel wh1ch had been gaily and appropriately decked for occasiOn. After the good cheer had been properly dis cussed, speeches were in order and the festivities were kept np for sever.al hours. Amoog the speakers were the Rev. Dr. Huebsch, who addressed the newly-marned co11ple, Assistant District Attorney D. G. Rollins, Jr, Mr. Isaac Wallach, and Mr. J. Sol. Sim Teichman. At the table we noticed 1\lr. Ferry, of E. M. Crawford & Co.; A. Cohn ; botli the partners of the firm of G. Reissman & Co, and many other members of the trade. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Stine, the parents of the bnde, gave a so1ree dansanle, the party not separating unttl a late hour. Weiss, Eller & Kaeppel, No. 229 Pearl Street this city, lions on terms, as also, of mqury wh1ch IS likely hhds; R. L. Maitland & Co., 68 do; M. Pappenheimer, 5-IO@? 6 hhds new Pendleton Colalty, Ky. trash and 2 s .So. 21-lhds do trash at 6.70, 5 4 hhds by forcing open the front door with a jtmmy. They to be produclive of future good. re&ults. 8 do March Price & Co 6 do.. Drew & Deane 2 do lugs at 5S@?.os. 29 hhds and I6 boxes West VirVIrgtma leaf at 31-5o, Jo.so, "7So, 15. I hhd Indiana carried away two bales of tobacco marked "L Carva Manujacturtd-The Cavendish market presents no Bl k' M & C ., d '. M Abenheim 9 d : ginia : 14 at 5@? 8o, 10 at 8.Io@ 9 90 5 llt to@ leaf at 10.75 3 hhds do lugs : 1 at 7, 2 at 6.so, 6.90 1 k d noticeable feature this week Sales are reported for ef. a emore, ayo o., I07 3 0 14 -75 ro boxes at 5@7.8o, I box at 9 1 box at ro.75, 4 IS hhds do lugs : 14 at 6r-ll6.6o, 1 at 5 I hhd do two ba es mar e "Rose, W E. & K.;" one bale t t d r th h E h Sawyer, Wallace & Co., 261 do, E. M. Wright & Co, marke4 merely "W. E. & K.;" one bale marked "Eagle por' coas Wtse an .oretgn, oug not. many .or eJt er, 34 do; Toe!, Rose & Co., r do; F. W. Tatgenhorst, ux boxes at 22S@37So. IJ boxes new Southern Indiana scraps at Soc. w E & K The value of the whole is 27 and there has been some demand for m1xed assortments d J p Q & C .> p Lo .11 d & Co 4 d at 4.1o@6. The Planters' House sold 130 hhds : 6o hhds Ken ,., fi t' U .1 d h k h o, wn o., 9 uo, n ar ., 22 o, tu k 1 f :: 27 at 5@7, 1 hhd Tennessee lugs at 6 6o. 5 bhds Indiana lugs at the evidence failed to sustain the complaint. dition of both branches of the trade is good, and the enstein, 23 do; J. S Gans & Son, I22 do; J. L. Gassart t at 8 so, xo hhds. and 3 new West V1r-5@7.6o. Custom House officers Hussey and Barclay recently prospect appears promismg as usual. & Brother, u do; Bunzl & Dormitzer, 22 do. gima: 8 at 5 So@6.ss, :a at 8.so,_9.S 0 2 boxes at 4.8o, NEW Marek 12.-We report as follows setzed s,ooo smuggled cigars which they found secreGoitlopened at ns}{ and closed at nsji. Bv THE NEw YoaK AND HARTFoRD STEAMBOAT Lmx. 5.2o, r box at 9 12 boxes Indana Seed: 5 at 4.8o@ The market ts qu1et, the sales being only JO hhds or ted under the coal bm of the steamer C1ty of MexJCo. Exd1angt is held at betterrates. We quote: Bills at Kremelberg & Co., I3 cases; A. L. & C. L. Holt, 36 5, 7 at SSo@6.9o. whtch IS good were sold at 6 medium to good at --At a large fire at Elyria, Ohio, on the night of the 6o days on London, for commerctal; roB do; A. Cohn, 54 do; A. Oatman, 2 do. At the Planters' Warehouse, 131 hhds and 3 boxes:nc, 8olQ. crop at 9c; 11 lugs at The amount on ISthinst. Messrs. Lade & Cunnington, dealers in tobacco @to8}{ for banker's; do at short sight, to8}i@I09; BY THE OLD DoMINION STEAMSHIP LtNEM. 73 hhds old Mason Co., Ky., trash, lugs, and leaf: 5 at sale is about 2,500 hhds. We quote: Lugs at 8@9 c and cigm-s, suffered damage to the amount of Sr,soo. Paris at 6o days, ; do. at short sight, Abenheim, 25 hhds; J.D. Evans & Co. 14 do; Read & $6.os@s.8o, 35 at 8@9 75, 30 at ro@I4 7 5, 3 at IS, 25 low leaf at. 9@10c, mediUm at ro@uc, good at --In this city on the 17th in st., Patrick Connor, H_ ; Antwerp, 5.31 }{ @15.27 Y,; Swiss, 5 7.( Co., 1 do, r tierc; ]. D. Kelly, Jr., 5 do, 9 do; Pioneer at 19 75 38 bhds and 1 box new Mason Co.: 25 at selections at 12 The receipts were 904 Dobronsky, Sebastian Liebman, T. F. Ryan, and Michael @5.27 Y,; Hamburg, 4 Reichsmark, 94ji@95 ; Amster-Tobacco Company, xo do, 4 do, 1 box; P. Lorillard & 5 85@7 10 at lbo@9, 2 ;.t to, 10.3o, r at r7. so, 1 hhds. Cleared none Stock in warehouses U:d on Gilmore were arrested by order of the United States dam, 39%:@4078; Frankfort, ; t Bremen, 4 fo., 10 do, 3 do, 1 do; A. D. Chockley, 27 do, 4 do, 2 box at 6 25. 5 'hhds and r box new Brown Co., Ohio: sh1pboard not, cleared on the 11th inst., 2,78s hhds. Marshall, for selhng tobacco and cigars without paying Reichsmarlr:,94ji@95; Prussian thalers, do; W. 0. Smith, n do, 17 do, 6 cases, so three qtr. 5 at 5@6,7s, I box at 7.20. xo hhds Owen Co.: 5 at Manufactured IS steady: stock moderate. We quote: theGov ernment tax. Fnigkts have been dull and pnces were irregular. boxes, z6 hlf. boxes; March, Price & Co., 20 .do,!4o 5.20@7. ao, 4 at 8.zo@, I at 17. S hhds anq I box No, x, lbs, extra fancy, '1S@8s; fine: 65@7o; fine me-, ..

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... MARCH 19 dlUm, 6o@6s; good medium, 55@6o; med1um, so@ss, common sound, 45@55; gold bat"s r2 mch, 6 oz, 7 oz and 4 oz, accordmg to quality, 55@75, mediUm and com mol\ unsound, 30@401 half pounds bnght, 45@6o, do black sweet, 46@48, navy, lbs,45@5o, navy, 3ds, 45@ so; fancy styles, natural leaf, twist, pancake, etc., 6o@ 8o. The rece1pts were I 77o packages PHILADELPHIA, Ma"le q.-Mr. E. W soo, reporter for the Tobacco Trade of Philadelphia, writes : Busmess was qu1et all along the line last week. Durmg the previous week-which I ci1d not reporta fall buamess was done m leaf and c1gars S:lles of leaf smce my last we 1 s hhds Kentucky and 350 cases seed. Manufactured is qu1et, pnces, however, are well mam taioed. There is no new movement to note, and there is oG speculative demand. As a consequence sales only about equal the demaad for consumption. Messrs M E. M(;Dowell & Co., Tobacco CommiSSIOn report as follows .-Our market Lhas been more active smce our last report, and all 6ummer-made tobacco finds ready sales. We note ollowmg -quo ta lions: V1rgm1a bnght-Pounds, 45@52c ; halves, 45@52, quarters, 46@54 fives, 45@52 tens, 47@6o DarkPounds, 40@48, halv.es, 43@48; quarters, 43@48, fives. 43@48, teos, 43@48 Western Bnght-Pounds, 46@ 52C; halves, 46@52 j quarters, 48@62 j fives, 50@ 53 tens, so@S3 Dark-Pounds, 4S@so, halves, 4S@so, quarters, 45@50; fives, 45@50; tens, 45@50. Fancy -Long Tens, 6o@7z Lady Fmger, 65@70, Pocket pieces, so@6S ; Bnght twiSt, so@75 RICHMOND, Marek 15 -Mr. R A MiliS,Tobacce Broker and CommiSSion Merchant, reports For the pasl week our markets has shown a very unsatiSfactory state of affa1rs The improvements m _the quality and order of the offermgs, predicted m my last report, has not been venfied, a maJonty of wh1ch are still m very unsafe order and m quality, hence both sellers and buyers are disappointed, the planters not realizmg their expectatwns .md buyers bemg still unable to fill the1r orders sausfactonly The past wmter was very 1X1pro pltious for ordenng tobacco and our pla11tecs m a great many uutances havmg poor crops to operate upon have that attention to the ordenng, assortmg and pnz iog they should have done We have, however, some good c rops lB the country and now that the weather IS be coming mtld and seasonable, we wtll have a fair supply loon. Really des1rable tobaccos of body, however are scarce m the crop and hence pnces for good selectiOns must rule h1gh dunng the season, while nondescnpts ofwh1ch there 1s more than sufficient, must rule low The transactions were 1,oS8 hhds, :z8:z trcs, 72 boxes. I quote: Black lugs, common.-------------------5 to 6 Black lugs, Medium to good,.-----------to v% Black leaf, common to med1um.---.----.8 to 9 Bl&(;k leaf, good -.---.--- ----- to 11 Black leaf, fine wrappers and stemmers u to 14 Bnght lugs, common chaffy smokers'_-----7 to Br1ght lugs, medmm to good smokers and 9 to IS Bnght lugs, extra smokers __ --__ .-_.-__ .18 to :zs Bnght leaf, mediUm to good fillers.-.. IO to 13 Bright leaf, extra good fillers ________ ----14 to IS Bnght wrappers, mahogany, common to fine.12 to 18 Bnght wrappers, common to medmm ___ -__ 12 to 2 5 Bnght wrappers, good ----------------30 to 45 Bnght wrappers, fine to extra so to 75 SAN FRANCISCO, March 7 -The Commemal Herald reports as follows An mtetest ng auction sale lS advertlsed for this day, as per catalogue, cons1stmg of chmce brands of. V 1rg nta manufactured stock In the mtenm, we have nothmg new or to re mark m any department Sttocks of Connecticut leaf ane liberal and pnces steady We submit the followmg as approximate valuticks put five mches apart on the tiers there is but moisture m the soli, but when the sot! to order {or bulkmg and pnzmg when the weather 1s IS qmte mo1st or wet, the setting should be at less depth, warm and SUitable, m the month of May, or June, wh1ch and earth pressed more lightl.y around the roots of the always occur m these months When tobacco 1s m good plant safe order to take down and bulk, the leaf is soft, the CULTIVATION stem shghtly stiff, and the bundle when pressed m the When the soil and 11tuat1on IS adapted to the growth hand Will expand as soon as the pressure IS removed, of the fine variet1es, 1t should have but one light plowThe surest test of the order is the stem, which will crack mg, and that should be given when the plant 1s small, or break two-thllds of the way down the stem, when or about the time 1t commences to spread ; 1t should bent or pressed between the fingers w1th the thumb then be hJilet! up, and the weeds kept chopped out w1th pressmg on the stem The tobacco su1ted for export the hoe. The less work gtven the plant after htlhng up, should never be ordered except m cold weather, and the filler the fiber and texture will be, and the eas1er and JltSt'as dry as 1t can be handled Without breakmg 1t more certam IS 1t to cure a beautiful color. The coarse When taken down, 1t should be packed neat and straight and heavy vaneues should be more thoroughly culbm a comer platform made of planks or sticks, off the vated, plowed tw1ce, and h1lled up so as to the ground, .nd m four or six course bulk, with the bundle sta ,_lks agatnst the winds. m each course lappmg the precedmg course. The hogs PRVNING AN'D TOPPING. head should be of legal Sll:e, well coopered, With SIX Prunmg should be done at the time of toppmg.. If hoops, lirung well nailed m, end two or three pieces of the crop IS forward and th1fty, the first prumng ahould plank correspondmg wtth the th1ckness of the limng, be done at s1x inches; that 1s, all the leaves should be should be placed under the hogshead on the platform broken from the stalk for s1x mches above the hill, aod before pnzmg, to prevent the head from pressmg out. the bud taken out, leaving ten leaves on the stalk. Th Pnzmg 1s commenced by packmg the two first cources next toppmg, whtch usually occurs a week from the first w1th the heads of the hand or bundle aga1nst the hogs prune or break off the leaves five mches from the hill, head; w1th the tatls lappmg m the m1ddle, and the next take out the bud, leavmg ten leaves on the stalk. The course packed nght across those, makmg what 1s called next toppmg, prune in hke manner; take out the bud, a layer, wh1ch, 1fmade correctly, and number of layers leavmg nme leaves on the stalk. The next toppiDg, marked down, 1t 1s not difficult to approximate to the prune m like manner, take out the bud, leaving net we1ght of the hor;shead To pnze properly and leaves on the stalk The plant 1s frequently topped to tieatly, particular eare must be taken that the heads of twelve or fourteen leaves, wh1eh makes the leaves light the bundles be kept square agamst the end and every and chaffy, and the top leaves narrow and 1m perfect leaf properly stra1ght and compressed well together. m MARKING PACKAGES oF MANUFACTURED ToBAcco-Toppmg should be done as soon as the plant attams the bundles, the knees restmg on the course m the proTREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OF INTERNAL} suftic1ent s1ze to pmch or break out the bud wtthout d1s cess of packmg, the left hand pressmg firmly the last REVENUE, WASHINGTON, D C Marek 7, r87 3 figurlll& the tecder leaves, and always before the plant bundle agamst the course until the next bundle 15 placed S1R-SectiDn 62 of the act of June 6, x87z, provides buttons or blooms. To top to ten leaves w1thout count with the right hand, then press 1t m like maooer w1th that all cavendish, plug, and tw1st tobacco shall be put mg IS done by putting the eye on the first leaf oo thl! the left, while 1t IS bemg straightened by passmg through Turk1sh tobacco y1elds the h1ghest pnces m th1s country and Europe, and we believe our knowledge, so1l, and climate w11l produce a better amcle than the East. To test thts matter we have jast rmported from As1a Mmor, at cons1derable kmd hearted and ge11erous workmen for thetr md and sympathy Th1s SlmultaneOU6 outpounng of good fellowship, rellecung, as 1t does, so to the cred1t of the c1gar-makers of Richmond, I w1ll here add, was demonstrated exclus1vely by the members of the C1gar Makers No 133, oi Rich mond The movement has not been long m existence, y.et has already extended 1ts fnendly hand to many craftsmen m t1me of need THE GLORY OF THE REVENUE J3URKAU GoNE -Under th1s capt1on a Washmgton correspondent thus wntes of an mst1tutwn wh1ch MP Delano not long smC::e wtshed to have erected mto a Department and the head thereof made a Cabmet officer. fhat vast machmery of our government known as the Internal Revenue Bureau has pro.,ably been the greatest macbme of the kmd that ever ex1steu under any government Dunn?: the war it: was only necessary for the Secretary of the Treasury tO say to Congress "want two or three hundred mu.hons more," and the CommiSSIOner of Internal Revenue was told to take 1t from the people. He always d1d 1t. But smce the close of the war the taxes were one by one re pealed, tlll now. the only articles taxed are liquors, to bacco, snuff and c1gars, patent med1cmes, perfumeryr soaps, cosmet1cs, matches, bank checks, bank drafts, and bank ordecs. All the great quesuops regardmg the mterpretauon of the remammg revenue laws, have been dec1ded, and the Comm1sstoner of Internal Revenue IS now little more important than a ch1ef clerk of another bureau, and not as 1mportant an officml as one of his deputies used to be under the old laws Under the law of lath 'IOBACco SAMPLE ROOM ADJOINING Apply to SAWlaw requ1res, and only allows, t!he manufacturer's name It 1s the generally conce1ved opm1on that the leaf IS yellowest leaves on the outs1de of the layers wb1le packYERI WALLACE co '" tf to appear; and that the manllfactutlrs t111t1U nowhere eas1er to cure a bright yellow color 1f cut before it bemg, and sometimes each bundle 1s wrappoo with the W Al!fTED.---A. DB.UMMEB appears, except as s1gned O)l the stamp Such a subcomes t_horoughly npe. But 1t 1s an error, and 11 often most beautiful wrappmg leaf m the bundle before pack-1 M p 0 R T ED H A0V A N A c I G A R s. stitution of some other name m plaoe of the l manufac the production of chaffy, bitter nondescnpt, scarcely mg, wh1ch g1ves the hogshe!id, w hec exh1b1tP.d for sale, turer's IS an evasion of the law It 1s a non-compliance worth handling and marketmg. Wbec npe, the fine vara very smooth, yellow and matters and the general cond1t1on of our much d1straLted Island how evec, expectations of planters are satd to be tant. The Parudos have had after av an excellent har vest, and both ltght and strong qual1t1es are sa1d to be plentiful. :rhe holders of escopdas .ha v e been paying the plant-ers 1 sto 18 rs. i:urrency per matul for the 4 to 6 rs. capaduaa, ra1smg thus the wst of the usual average lots over :zo'per cent. h1gher than last year's quotatiOns. No contracts have been made by shippers until now The first delivery from a very good esco;zda was shipped to Europe last week and IS sa1d to have been pwd as high as $48 per qtl. another has just reached town. R.emedws-The last accounts of the new crop are more cbeenng and the final-result is likely much better than at firrt pated. In the Mayan G1baraand Quemado de Gumes distric1s the crops still bid fair to prove satisfactory whilst Yara is not favorably reported upon as formerly Vuelta AbaJo.-Rece1pts of last month amount to IAOo bales leaving behmd a stock scarcely worth menti inil Our atock m town IS ample and expected to hold out until the new crop comes m. Sales have been hm1ted to the requirements of manufacturers paymg from S26o @3oo per bale r@6th and the remainder m proportion bes1des a few. in second class for the U. at the rates of Iss to $6o per qtL, and a few thousand bales nfiue fillera at $z8@3o per qtl. for Europe: as a general thmg stand still upon for8ler pnces, backed, 1t by our receding currency. Partido last month's rece1pts amoun ted to rooo bales, while our stock on banclhas dwmdled down to a mere cypber; sales of mfenor were made at about $28 per qtl. Remed1oe, no marketable .qualities are left in the country; the stock on band IS estimated at about 8,ooo bales ; med1um grades au1table for Umted States are held at $48@5o per qtl., leafy fill ers of a rather fiimsy character can bo at aboul $32 per qtl. Yara, Mayari and G1bra-give us no theme .for commentli UDbl a more advanced penod. About S,ooo bales of mfedor fillers of different -descnptions were taken in the coarse of the month for Europe at S:z8 tQ JO per qtl. Recortes and Picadura are still branded upon the package. Your speaal attention IS tains the green even when ripe, but is very tfiick, gummy leaves 10 the hogshead. hereby called to th1s subJect, and you are instructed to mst1tute such measures m your D1stnc( as w1ll put a up and pressed between the thumb and stop to the practice complamed of, and secure a illetal IS performed by spbttmg the stalk w1th a kmfe to w1thm As FAVOJtiTE AN ARTICLI AS TOBAcco.-Vrrgmian compliance with the law and regulat1oos m the matter four mches of the lower leaf, below which lit is cut off wme, says an exchange, may yet be as favonte a com mod of markmg, brandmg, labelling, and stampmg all such and t11rned over on the stde of the hill, I1 the weather 1 ty as Vrrglman tobacco. It 1 s thought that the product packages of manufactured tobacco. Yours respectfully, 1s very hot, and the ground dry, care must be taken to m Albemarle County dunng the commg seaaon wtll not THREE FLOORS, 2nd Wbted on THREE sides hy n WINDOWS, WIDE SrREETS'-Central Locauon, Can pass, Bullollng aad weB adapted for Tobacco Cutten or Ctgar .--. use of Platform Steam Elevator, w1ll hgll\ Steam Power size of ftool"!' sot8o J Wll11ease t o JOOd f o r fiv e years Let sep arate or together' Apply on Cor C.A1'1AL and EL.DRIDGE .po 1t (JoPkS 'fOBACCO PLANT-A :MONTHLY JOURNW W. DOUGLASS, ComusJfiMr. prevent 1ts bemg burned by the sun. Tb1s can be pre-be less than 300,ooo gallons, and a movement 15 on foot vented by pilmg ten or twelve plants together, w1th the to eqwp a complete wme cellar, wtth a capital of ho,doo turnedstalkstowardsthesun. Tenaverages1zeplantsaad and a capac1ty of turmng out so,ooogallons ofwme per a greater number of smaller,and a less number of large annum. There 1s no reason why the Sunny South should should be hung upon a stick of four feet mches not be as great wme-ra1smg section as Southern Europe. length. Some prefer housmg as 1t IS hung, but 1f the ptohlbtttve legtslatwn, the demand for weather 11 clear or ouods bma& to 121 ktlos) In Russta the duty on teaf tobacco 1s _.. roubles, 40 pe:r pud on smokin'l tobacco 26 rou -40 cop per pud, and on clgan 2 mw.. cop. per pound The "pud' Is equal to ab
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' / 4 THE TOBA.Cf'O-LEA.Fi .MARCH -19 New York Con:'Pissioft Merchants. 1HE VIR-GINIA TOBAC.c o AGENCY,, SPENCE BiiOTDEBS-& Co. lf' Y. CoDpnlaion I I ESTABI.ISHED IN 1 8 3 6 BY CHARLES M. CONNOI.LY. CORNOLtY cl CO., 'COM:MISSION JriERCHAN.TS IN Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco, 45 WATER STREET, NEW YORK. We respec t f u lly c all t he a tt en t i on of t he t r a d e t o the f ollowi ng S tandard E ran ds of M anufactured Tobacco: POUNDS-I I AND 12 INCH. GOLDEN S E AL, GALLEGO, liiO RJ'riNG S TAR, FOU R At:.E REDM9RE WIXSTOI!f, HEN R Y (,0, TWIN !liSTERS, TALLYHO I ROY .C. S'J IUU>ARD, eBRICHT AND DARK-4s, 6s, AND T rUCKS. PEARL, DEW D:lOP, BORODri.VA PEABODY, CIIAIIIP> I iONE, 'W'ATER Lfi..Y, ,DIABEM, BLACKB.,RD, SEA. KlNG, YACHT C LUB, A.PROPOf! etc>., tc. TWISTS-12, 9 AND 6 INCH. GAME COCK AND HENRY :: 0 ROUG H AND REA..) Y IN D RC' M S. DOLLY VARDEN, A I'LAN'I'I(' I.JABLE, BONA l"'DE, FOUR AC:,.Ill, AU-F AA'!', BENSON <1o, BONNS, Dl V E IL\iON, ew. FANCY PaESSED, el:c. EL DORADO, E!IJIIER L..DA., P IGMY L l B'VFFALO C,:"'l.IPS PAN CAKE GOLDEU hODS, GOLD BA.R .. eto. .An d a lar ge of other br:.nds in r rand 12 Dark 3right, t, ;, 45, ss, ros. Double Thltks and Fancy to wh1ch we mVlt e the atten :>n o t the trade ... BO'W'NE 7 BURLING SLIP, NEW YORK, Tobacco Com.m.ission Merchants d Sole Proprietors of the Celebrated Erands of Smoking Tobacco: Honey Bee, Early Dew, Prairie Blossom, Red River, Powhattan, Enterprise, Old X:entuok, Old Los Cabin, Cow Slip, Planters' Choice, I P ioneer of the Weat, Sunny South,. Our Brand, Honey Dew. Ali!O Sole Agenls for tb e United States f o r 1 P. HA WKINB & CO. '8 GOLD FLAKE. jAMES M G ARDINER, CHARL E s M Co!IN OI.LY. i G JAMES M. GARDINER & CO., TOBACCO COMMISSION 8 4 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK, tfre rtrcivi11g direct from VIRGINI A and NORTH CAROLINA, con sign ments of LEA'F, JlfANUFACTURED and SMOKING Tobaccos. F. C. G F. LINDE, C. C, HAi\ULTON, S, MARCOSO. Jt, ASHC.Ol'T. NE w YORK Tobacco Inspectio:tt. Inspected or Sampled. Cer tificates given for e ve r y case, and delivered <:e ey case, as to number of Certificate N.B.-Wc also Sample,:., Mcrcha1lts' O 'W11 Stores. & co., W a ter. 173 Front 7 4 76, & 7 8 Greenwich S t r eets and 1 2 r, & 8 Hnd8 o n R iver R all Ro. a d D epot St. John' Park. .a OA.ltTOBE 'Z'OBA. CICIO IVO.RBB. DEVON. On account o f the numero u s m akes and ?.u a lftl es o f Smokla T o b acco under th e bra n d "DURHAM I h ave ceased using the brand "ROANOKE DURHAM,' and will, i n f u t u reJ p u t u p that T obacco under the Brand of W. H .JONES, Proprietor, Formerlf of an4 Suceenor to 1.1'. Jiawldns k Co. ( RICHEY &. BONIFACE, Sole 86 FRoNT ST .NEW YORK CITY,. Blakemore, Mayo & Co.; Jl>uPK QJt'fmlt.lt QJUI CARY BROTHERS, TifBACJ:O 00 JIUbWlll. .A. N D EDWIN WILSON, J. P : WtLLIAMSON, L. LOTTIER. NEw L A of Domestic Leaf Tobacco. c Sole Agen t s in New Yo r k f or BONNE BOUCHE, 4'l s s and Poc k e t P iec e s M. H. LEVIN, i Also Agents f or J ohn W Carroll's Celebrate d Smokin g Tobaccos, IMPOBTVB UP BAVDI Lone Jack a Drown Dick, etcl, And D!erin all kinds of ll, rn dark work to our "Th ist le" Brand so wid e ly known i n m a n y parts o f our L JC A Jr T 0 a A c c 0, WEISS ELLER Jl. KAEPPEL Co un try for i ts of workmans h ip ; deli cacy o f che w e tc., w e wou l d invi t e the 162 PEARL ST NEW YORK. J IW' J attentioa of J o bbers; al w ay s o n h al f l bs thre es, p ock e t p i e ce s, IMPORTERS OF A N D DEALER S IN .A.l HAVANA TOBACCOS, 229 PEARL STREET, "NEW YORK. APl?LEJ;IY' & E x NonoN. T ] SLAUGHTER. B. H. W JSOOH, EDWARD M. WftiiHT & CO. Importers ot SP .A.NU!H and Dealcro tn ollltlnds o f LEAF TOBACCO, :1.84 Front Street, N!WYOBX. NORTON, SLAUGHTER & CO., .. TOBACCO & COTTON FACTORS, neral Commission &.'REISMANN & CO. AND 38 Broad Street, General 41 :BBOAD STDE'l', N.Y. ALEXANDER MAITLAND, L. F. S. MACLEHO SE. G. W. HillMAN' & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN SMOKING TOBACCOS ALSO, AGENTS .FOR l?.lug Tobaccos MANUFACTURED BY Thomas & Pilkinton, J. Jones & Co., c. P. Word a. Sons. ALSO, Davld Baker, Jr., Colden J. P. Williamson, Smoking. R. H. Wilkerson, Cut Bowles a. 'Ellett, On Liberal 8. W. Shelton. Terms; ROSENWALD & BROTHER, DIPO:R'Tll:aS o:r S:P.AlnSB, AND OF .DOMESTIC LEAF TOBACCO,. ciGAR RIBBONs } x4s Water Street New York. eot ... taatl: y .on haad. STRAITON & l(A.)I' UJ' ACTURUS OJ' BE GrAB. a, DULBJI8 B' .loLL JWI1III 01' LEAF .. '179 PEARL STREE'?, .a--l'flw .....t 0-.Mr towtl, t lf.EW YOR.t... E. & G FRIEND & CD., D :&AJ.u.a IN RAIL MANuFAcTuRER s oF THE :J-eaf To ROAD MILLS S ... ""'[( Jllaccoboy nu,, ; h .French .Rappee American Qent. Snuff', .... Scotch Snuf'f', """_ Lundy :root SnufF, ALS O MANUFACTURERS OF THE FOLLOWING BRANDS O F PURE VIRGINIA SMOKING TDBAOOO, / 'I: -= = ... F.ELIX CHAS E IMPORTER. O F --- .&. 9 HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO, {no .. T GUTm an). Kentucky & Virginia AND. CIGAR$, ALSO O P THB WELL JI B. & Co., STRGIIN & REITZEIISTEIK. Commission Merchants, lfo. 129 PUIU. STREET, D 0 MES111T :L o N.EJW YORK. .I.JID JMPO&TUS ... D J.Gafth, OBACC C has. Jl[. Guth FOREJ:Glf T (1, Henry llbrOcler '1' 8'1'., N.Y. l73 Water St., 173 Water St., ------------N.Y. B. CABPLIS, N.Y. J. D. HUNT. I!PORTER OF 1IAVANA. CIGARS, WESTHEIM & 00., lACit&RI or and Importers l)r Havana 'l'o bacoo, i7T Pearl Street, NEW YOBIL 119 Malden Lane, W. ){. PBrca, l F A. JT Na. r llllW'YOa& JOS. MAYER'S SONS, i oUID DDLmla .. Loaf J.2:tl W A7!BB BXBBB:I!, -New York. -:r. B. CODISSION KERC:EANT; Packer & Dealer In Leaf To'b&ooo No 14 Cedar NEW SPliCER BBOS. r a : CO COVMTSSION KEll.CliANTS, Dealers in. lio. '75 llaidea Lluae, NEW YORK. T II. SP.ENCER. 0. C. S P J:.NCE R A. = !I.'OB.II.CCO B:ilOIEB \ ROTTERDAM, :S::OLL...AND. SOCIETY, Reopeetfull y Inform the Cigar M a nufacturen of the United States that they are now able to fill a ll oTd e n for first -c l ass P ack.en wi t h Membe rs of Society. AND "" DBALaBs IN 'LBAPTOBA.CC01 No. 191 PEARL Sn&iT, New 'York. ( c:DEllER C .igars and Leaf Tobacco. LEAF rr.o B A ceo. ovncuEirs DE oN cowsi&NIENlS. Domoatla Cipn trloea ""C011UDiiUoolllld a4-ElFFICif. : ..... A:11D OSG...._ ............ ..... APPLY T O STORE, 202 CHATHAM: JOHN BTBAlTOII, -.._:= -GBQBOE II'J'OBK, ma4e the reon. e 133 Water Street, New York.

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MA.RCH .19 CIGAR BOXES, SUPERIOR MAKE AND QuQI .Iq of CEDAR WOOD. DEA L E-QBR.MJU\T CIGAR MOULDS \ .. 293, 296 & 297 Monroe St., NEW YORK. WK. AGNEW SOD, !obaooo and Oommissiml. M--Il&.& Froat 1!!1-t. NEW YO.BK. B..t.VJI ON U.LII teal Toiae e t for Export Did 110111 Ire. Leaf Tobacco baled in an7 plKkap liT Jqd.-ie press for expo rt. "'LA FER'N'E.'' !. MUJ.JNGTON & EtJDIBYBI, 4 8 B ROAD STREET, AND NEW S 'TREET; SOl.& 1'02. J. Parmi RUssian Oigarettes. I D.l. VIDsO. r HAVA.NA an d SEED LB.AP TOBACCO, lola Water Street, Near M aiden Lane NEW YORK. Chas. T. Sevmour B&vAJN.l And Dea l e r in a"' :1.89 Pearl street, New York. / MARTIN & JOliNSON, 166 WATER BetwreeJl llai.dea L a n e and BnrUD,II' SUp, lSJ :Ell \IV LEAF TOBACCO, Commission Merchants, "' No. 1 7 0 Water Street, New York. STANDARD BRANDS OF VIRGINIA & NORTH CAIOUNA IANUPACHRED & SMOKING TOBACCOS Agents for the f o llo win g w enknown Virginia and N. C a r o lin a Manufactarers : DEALER IN ROBERT W OLIVE R Ridlotnond, Va.' f LAWSON, Richmond, Va. D. C. K AYO & CO., Richmmtl, V a. 1 WOMACK & INGRAM, Meadsvllle Va W J GENTRY & CO ., Rlcl-.ond, Va.. W DUKE, Durham, N.C. MAYO & K WIG RT, Richmon d,. Va 11.. T FAUCETT, D u r h a m N.C. HARDGROVE, POLLARD & ell). V a COOPER & W ILLI AMS, Oxfo r d, N.C. The specia l attention of tR Trade is called toth e follow i ng estab li shed B r ands:' :MANUFA.VTURED IIA.lnJFACTURED Virginia Beauties, P P.'s whole and 5 Oldl"'edlO>Choice, X a. }Sa, P P's. Virgini a Beauties, 48, and D. C. Mayo &"CO'., Nary lbs. Fan!'ler's D a u ghter, 3S, 411 a n d l(s. D. C. lfa. 'Jt)t&'Co., Nary, }is, a n d })s, P. P ,ln whole, S a lli e Wi!lle, and 3PlugTwla t caddies. Salli e Willie Fig. D. C. Mayo & CO\,_:JS, .fS, a n d 1 os. Invlo c i b le, Fig. W. J. Genlry It Co.., N avy, )is, 'Ms, JULZBI IX 20:a cHATHAM sTREET, 'Md. Be Ohio Leaf, NEW YORit., I -=-,.... Bakimore :n:w YoBX CITY. Commission Merchants, W ILLLUI WJCK.II.. f..:. .... Bo. a Bea'flll' St., Bew York. &. S. ROSIIBAUM 4 CO. I 11AV ABA TOBACCO ill CIGARs, HEYMAN & LOWENSTEIN L DfO TM ESbT I 0 D!ALDS :m B!BD LEAP TCUOCO, jj coDI88IoH mCHmS, e a o a c co ll'o. 182 WATER STREET, A NDDBALBRSIN .lJlD :DJIALIIB Ill NEW YORK.LEAF WcuerSt::;YORK. WJJI. WIOKB a Oo ... MANUFACTURERS OF Segar Boxes, U'f, 161 & 181 GOEROK IT, BEW YORK. But Maltrial and Superiw Mau 11 SelfImJm/etlGtld Patent1d Macllinery. 9fl Jlaiden Lau.e.li. Y. R. A. MILLS, 1iOBACCO BROKER E. PA.SOU.A.L -BRO"HERa; .... C;o A. H. O.ARDOZO & CO., .. L. QERSHEL .. BRO., I gcnncmsroN 1l1!!!tmtAN'1'S .. Mere'laaut, Otftce In Tobacco Exchanf8, Slip, BIO'IDIOND, VA. WhoiM&Iel>MierolllBa-andDomeeUc Tobacco & Cotton Factors, Havana LEA:F..., TOB.ACC<) BEG-A.R._B, A1Q 158 WA'I'BB Sll'JU::ST lDIW 'JE'OIUI:,.. General 8clmiMion 1 P. 0 BOX 3925 No. 123 P-rl Street. New Yarll Allo all Kinds ot teat Toblooo, No. 86 M.AIDEN L.ANE, S. sm.t.TJI'G'S SO:NS,I C 2'. Pad 48G8. I ltlA.DDUX BROTHERS, 138 W A.TER ST. NEW YORK. P.o. sox 4902. MANUFACTURERS DEAL:ERS I N VIRCINIA MANUFACTURED TOBACCO TM :, Lookout d o uble t h ick Navy 3 acr oss, H C. Maddus, Navy Pocket Pieeee (51b. Lewi Madd w:, Looko..t d o u b l e t hick Nul 4l!CrO>ll. lf. C. Maddu Coloo. -SOlE AGENTS FOR UNITED STATES AND CANA1JMt. OF OSENBBtl'Clt & CO'S, GERMAN CIGAR 10111111; '11 JPHN STREET, NEW e WEIBLE & ROBINSON'S PATENT MOOTH CROSS-GUT CIRCULAil.J'AW. This Saw cut s Y k i u d of Wood B S sm o o t h Of P kii.eil/ f!"'sa ve s Time a1td Labor: parlic u la rly usefu l for CIGAR-BOX MANUFACTURERS. F o r Saw and S ho p C. B. LICHT&:NBEIIC, Detr o it, Mich oratmy. ojfiu, 189 PEARL S TREET, NEW7 YXJBK. M SALOMON, E M. a E. SALOMON', PACKERS OF SEED LEAF,., AND IMPORTERS O F Havana Tobacco and C:i.jral,.rs, 85 AlDEN LANE, N. Y. SEf'!Ol'fiJIIE I!NUUtlTURING OOI PANY, 1 ..... k PJ.aee. NEW YORK. T-his m achi n e ie i n o.ElfaJU. L vs h y F W DL'f"\'1/ & ,.,. B.i..CCO )(.&.Mur.&.crv .. u for oaDeeUial D LV J'\. '-='\# tam !>I_ in S HEETS. and Ia thot ONLY P RACT ICAL D E V I CE for tha purpo18 MAil: 11 1872 .,_ -to the tNde. Partiee deeiri.Dg i hil KAOIIIIIE or l lo F W B EC 1Jt CO BANDS, .are req u es ted lo oen d their orde ro l'Q. 01,.ECTLY to th e O FFICE, No. 7 Park ...,,.;n. 1 1872 P l ace, u t h e too llluu.au. .ua.Q:.n. an4 iwepr....Uatiot&B of "ff"DIII and P""" ... ... .. .., t he-baa compelled F. V!l i BECK:: & CD -&be Oomp&DJ' eg lL"EJ'tJri B all ,Caoes of so The unpr e cedented u le o f Q BC'A 0 0 Q : tkia populir T.oii.-:CG IIM.ca.-1 it to be exten a iely coua ter-W, T 8LACKWF:ll, &llil tp. preY._ iMP.... tion wh e n purchasin g Dur h am, Succeaor \o J. R GREEN:B & CO. be P,U'i cq) a r to 6.1 DURHAM. N 0 W.T.BLACKWELL'SBULL C.p Jrilb<--'OCOO
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I r I 1 J 'PhUadelphia t:l STEWART, MARKS, RALPH & CO., -Kanal..,.... &114 Wbolel&lo I>eor.leoe In 1115 A.ch st., Phlladelphla. .. TEI,I,ER -BROS., Packers, Cnm,mission Merchants, aDd Wholesale Dealers in J!'loreJp and DOJDestlc Leai'To1Mlcco, 117 North Third Street..Philadelphia. L _BAMlJER.GER & CO.,. DIULBB8 Il'l LEA F TO:SA:OOO ,__ And Manufacturers of all Crades of Cigars, '? pro. 3 1\1. Watt.. (-Sucee-1110-ra-to-W-ood:-nrd,--b.-"-Co.-l TOBACCO 8.114 Gnoral COK:ml!SIOB l!CE1U!JIA 11'\'8, 1>88 NOII:'UI. Wa1;e:r and 32 N o:rt:h Del.o.'WIU'O A e, Phlla. SOLE EASTERN AGENTS FOR &.Bon.z.ok, ;lr's Celebnted" MONITOR" N>vy,lbo.and 3ds ; aloo hi1s Goldeu Ba.lne< FI1Jnl' TGallant and Union Jack Navies, lbs. and 3ds. -r 'II. C. Celebrated Nary, 1bs. and 3ds. j NAalvy,halbs. and 3<11. J also, hil Bright Poand.s, Pine Appl Sweet ...., n oc .. e les, le1 Df Na.vy. laraa'.1 ... Pride o( the Valley," Brt. 5'1 and .,Golden Flake" (light pre er & Ve.'e Superior Rou,rh an4 R eady Twists, 6 and 1 0 TOBACCOS.-Z. J. Lwuu a; Co.' "Pride of Dudam. l Z7ill & S..., ., Golcl u;cr-.,. EveD" Durham, 2 o%., 4 o%., 8 oz. and 14 oz.. BATCHELOR BROTHERS, Manufacturers of Cigars, WHOLESALE DEPOT 330 North 3rd st., at U'f ,North Tblrtl Sh'eet, 'a Seeood St., a1141 811' -cbestnot Street. Baltimore Advertisements. ---------------------------------------"\iVM. A. BOD & WHOLESALE DEALERS IN IAmACTmD AID LID TOB!t&ll. CI&AllS, &:t, I 33 SOUTH ST., BALTIMORE. ..... OS. W. CROII[ER,j H. & CO., MoNuMDTAL CITY ToBAcco WORKs, No. 181 WIS'l' l'U'1'1' S'BEE'r, lWo'l'DIOU, KABYUND, MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS O'P sOIIRG liD CBIWIRG TOBACCOS. M. FALK, &. CO., 143 Water Street, N.ew York. GEO. KBII.CKHOH. GEO. J' UNVEllU.GT, GEO. KEB.CKHOI'I' & CO., DEALERS IN COBlfECTICUT, IIAVANA ill YARA LW _TOBACCO. 1 AND lrWm':AC'l'tl'lUmS 0!'. No. 49 S. CHARLES STR-ET; BALTIMORE: W. J. HAWKINS. C. M. HAWKINS. HA 'WKil\IS a CO., TOBACCO CODISSION DBCWTS 3 West Lombard Street, Baltimore CONSlGII1EIITS SOLICITED ARb LIBERAL ADVIIICES llDE. Fttan' K WtLKKss Fa""' Kuu G. GIBSU. ED. NIElllA.NN. .X::fT:b:::O GIESKE&NIEMAN N AND' CGMMISS.IO" MERCHANTS, 85t'South Charles St., near Pratt BaltiDlore, Md TOBACCO FACTORS .And Commiasi,. -I .. 18 Market Street, Bartfbrd, CeJm. W" WESTPHAL, Co:oo:ssiox :.E:acli.AKT, CDIICTICUT IUD LEAF Tobaooo, State Bt., Jlutl8rct. Coma. 1 .. L 4 F. SISSOI, I Packers and Dealen in CONNECTICUT SEED f.EAF 1 No. I MAIN STREE_T, Hartford, Conn. 11"'-IAfl WOODWORTH & Deaien in LEAF TOBACCO, Bo. 217StateSt., H..UlXPOBD, CT. Jt_. 4..t:A .. "' OHAPMANf JW.D m ,..,""..,...--, Connecticut Seed leaf T EAST CONNECTICUT. G. W. GRAVES, P.ACIDIW. AND DltAL&R IN Alld Whole8ale Dealer in And Wholesale Dealers in FINE OHIO & CONlfECTICUT LEAF TOBACCO, PHILADELPHIA, PA. GUSTAV GUTH,. c (C'A'Rs, w. A co., ; LEAF T0!1At:CO, 87 GAY STREET, 48."Front st.,CiD.ciDDati, o. 134 Main St., Cincinnati, o. commouT SEED-LEAP TOBACCO, DANBURY, ,CONNECTICUT. 53 CERMAN STREET :84LTIKOU, KD., J.otA. WEISE, W._ ,EISENLOHB. & CO., PACKERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN J. W. Jt 8JIITll. co., CoiRBiisawu lerchants and Jubbel.'s .... y BALT!HORE, :r,rD. LEAF -TOBACCO, T 0 B A. C 0 0 PACKER OF SlED LBAF, !'!ole .Ma.nafaoturer of the Fam<>us and W odd. reno?rned Brands o f Virginia Smoking 'l' obaccos, eomsSioN mCHAm. AN; WHOLESALE DEALER IN 1 1 I 18 SOUTH WATER STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 1'. W. I'ELGNEB LOll JACK and BROWN DICK. O J COIIHOTICUT L.AI' TOIIAOCIO .. SEILOHR. .:.s. W. CUAI. PHILBOIII. Sole Waaul'actarer and Succesoor tc> tt J 'DnT!LDO savv & F. H. BISCHOFF. GMrarclS.Watb,J..,..:W.Wol-flnctioa.J-A.Gouid a.u, .IU,a 00., DOHAN & TAITT, DEUTSC'!JfP.'R_ RAUOHTABAK G S 1!and Gtmaral Cnmmissionlarchants, JID-;a;;; CIBOJaa W A'rl'S & co., 1 r I I M h ft.\ go&. 92 South Charles Street, Baltimore TOBAOOOl ::{JE, DlKRICG liOffiffiiSSIOR ere F. ENCELBACH, AQENT' cjo!ISSIOU J'PRcu'nnoo _... PHILADf,PHIA. ____ 21_Siztk __ A_TC_ua...;,,_N_w,:_Y..;,o:k.;;;__'_ JJl .11 .& WLJ.UIJ 10'1 ARCH STREET, 81 -.:__ ,.___ 'Pl...... 1J. B. UPO:B'l' :BONDED WA:BUOt1SE, No.1. io J. au<. :0.:: PHILADELPHIA. L. W :., G UNTHEB., BA-L. TJMORE1 MD. 1 ,. mms ViTTERLEIN & oo., GENERAL -.' ( S ucceuontoVETTERLEIN&CO.,) lL E. McDOWELL&, CO., G. H. BOLENIUS CO. 1!11! CO IIUHAM COO go DI!!ALI!!RS IN Seed Leaf a.ncl TOBACCOS. llll'Oi'l'DS or Sl'A.mm rro:ucco GDDAI. tiDISSIIII llllf.IAfiS. lJi>enl to my tNo. 111 ARCH 89 ST., addreoo. B P. P A1 _R L. ; CO., N. W. Corner Charles and Pratt Sts., Agents for the oale of all kincb of ManufactuiMTuclr.Outt.r. -e &esar-. Pipe-. e'to. OCW,..IIM PIICJI!AftiJU BALli 0P IIIJDL 12 Lombard IDCI I Water St.,. .. W. K. aARKBL H. P. CHA)i'DLU.. ..; E. WAf:;r-;IUI. BARKER, CHANDLEE It CO. IUNUF !OTUBBBS OF CIGARS .lD4 Wholeule :Dealen ba Idi.AJ' TOUOOO, No. 31 Opposrte Carollloll Hotel, SAL TIMOR, G.B. M. MARRIOT'r -L IIOORL JOIDC IIOOU. "' PHILADELPHIA., 8.& J. M:OOB.E, B. SCHMIDT latANt7F A.C'I'tmD OF OIGA.P.S,. P. Af L. SclllliiDa, And Dealer in all kinds of .ALBRECHT & SCHR'CJDER, TOBACCO ULUF TOBA.CC ,, CUIIJSSION JIERGB.ANTS, WAREHOUSE. 0 .LEAF TOBACCO; WHOLESALE DEALERS e la1 NO:B'l'B W.A.'l'E:B STillS', .IJIIo ..U U..o oCCipre,Jiaaldaeturedaad Gz..II4 PHILADEt.PHll 8moJd-. Tvbae-I &3180UTHSECONDSTREET P'RJI,ADELPHIA. K. CO., LEWIS BREMER'S SONS, ......,.. Wboleoale Desiol'lln Leaf' Tobacco "LEAF" I AND Segars, .um MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, No. 322 Thircl Stroet, TRTRD srn pwn.ADIILJ'IUA. _,. .-....... .a.., _...A larp 111110rtmont of all klndo of Loaf Tobaceo PHllAOELPHIA, PA. conotanUy on hand. A.. B. TBEOB LD tn2-.-.B .A.. 0 ......... c.v.. ... .. ,. t ... ,.v Gre ... o. wHoLEIAL nALUIJM _, ...... 81 Leaf Tobacco, .. .A.lii'IIIB .&JIIV :QO..aTIO And Manufacturero of 1111 lobaq L'beq tobacco, Snnt; MOhaum aA11 .,,_, PIPM,. -orth 1J41tcoad 8t:reet W.-. ftlrllulli'IIIIJar-.,l'IUJUelphia, PHILADEl..PHIA; AND CIQAR RIBBON& No. 25 German St., Baltimore, Md. ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. BECK .. HAYEN, tmpor_tm ud adem Ceullllotleftlull, LED No. 60 SQU{XHQ.AY BXBEE!E 181-111.) aAL TtMOH. MD. A NlCOLASSBM J .... Sc .. -. JOS. SCROIDIR It Commiaaioa aod Wholesale Dealers ID LEAI'AJm Ka.nufa.ctured Toba.cco, AND CIG.tBS. Xo. 81 :Bzel&ap Pta-. TOLEDO .. TOBACCO WORKS. LOUIS IlESKE & co. a w. uw. ""o, -HAIIfEAD co., OOMMISSIDN. MERCHANTS, DMlaOftll J08 lrQ Maaul'actaren aDd Dealera io .-AND DE/-LEfi.S IN .ACCO tRADE -OF PHILADIIHIA TOBACCO SltOFf ill CIGAR! LEA:!" : OI'I'IClll A 'I' 42 South Charles Street, IM Kea111 w.._---. Ottawa Street, TOLEDO, O. BALTIMORE. MD. .PRJToA D:ax.PJBY.A... _E. D. Christian & Co.; .:... ): 'da lllere-ce for ''Pan.,..,..., .r J ., VtRGIMIA HAf TO SACCO," TOBACPO EXCHANGl!l, RIGARDS, LIFTWIGH & CO., LEAP TOBACCO FACTORS, 89 }:XCII.AliGE PLACE, .BALTIMORE. .. :s BAVJlNA Seed Leaf'Tobacco,. 62 South Oanert at.. :Baltimore. M:d. !ABBUB& BBO!IBRS MANUFACTURI!!RS OJ' sOBIIG !OBACCO Uli, U7 II U9 S. Cha.rles BALTIMORE. MO., o:r NORTH CAROLINA. i I. ... "' ,., i I MANUFACTURED OF SEUCT I Pure North Oarolina Leaf, :BY MARBURG BROTHERS. Havana Tobacco" 193 East LAKE ST. CHICACO. S W. VENABLE. S. W. VENA.BLE & CO., DBA-LERS IN LEAF ANIJ MANUFACTURERS ()It P .LU G T .OBA.CCO PETERSBURG, Y .A. MILL N. Y. l KOD C.&, a: i CO., u. W. WI C K S & C 0., JlanafactnNn' Agent. Cor Llle oale o r Vlralnla, Mleaourl, a.-d Kentuckr Aloo Doalere In lEAF TOBACCO & I 102-M..tU,N STBEET, (Between 3d ..,4 4tb,) w.WtcD. t Loulevllle. ILJ 1!1. >fllllft. ; : SDIONIN &: co:J.W TOBACCO IDOl oF ALL DESCRIP:IONS ov DBIIIcrs and tlllllDilSSlOJllm'chants Fine-Cut Chewing and LEAF TOBA.OCOl FiveBrothm';L'oba.oooWorks s M 0 K I N a TO B A c c 0, -121 123llariet. llet.. :r.lal.n "Seeon4 Sta.,' JOHN BEN. FRED. FJMZER :iULLICK.IJUCK, &C. ST. LOUIS, HO. FINZEit, NlCHOLAS FINZER. o.'/'01 North Seccm4 Street, St.Louis. CboloeBraacl8oflmP?rtedJi cor>cealwaysonhand. JOHN FJN:zi!R A BROS., Liberal Cash advance s made on Con1ignments 1 Ati:UF ACTU JtElt;S OF ... FIVE BROTHERS NAVY.'' "91RGINIA 'WALL, BELVIN "' DAY t BEEMAN, IPP .. Commission Merchants wHoLESAE DEALERs IN TOBACCOS. THK SAL OF & Smokini Tobaccos 13 & 16 TBIBD sT., x.........w., KJ' JAm'UTBBED AJD JJAF AND IN Boston Ac!verf.isem.entll. NO. 320 NO:B'l'B SECOlllD S'l'll,D'l', I c I GARs _____ ..,.,;::.:BT:,:. .::LO;::;ms.::::.:::.:o::1 xs6 Michigan Ave.. Chicago. WIGHT & STEVENS -eonmissioa-lllerehaD.'ts, 1 Jobbers of SPANISH ..4tld Pwik:ers of' Domest-k Z.eaf' Tobacco 18!1 lllichigaa Avenue, Ghic&go. KcEL!.OY BROTliDS, l TDbacco Commizsion !erehant' AND SOUII AGENTS FOR BUCHAIAI & LYAU'$ TDIKCOS. J tr' :14 BROAD STREET, BOlTON, MAS& C. O. HOLYOKE, COKKI-. DltCBAN'r In LEAF and MANUF .A.CTUBED G. W LANGHORNE. J. H FLOOD.. TOBAOOO, G. W. LANGHORNE & CO., < 12 amtt'tll ViRGINii1MOxiNG""" TiitiACCOS, Jt, Jefferson Street, between 7th and 8th, Forwa,rding Kerch&nt, L -YNCHBURG, VIB.OIN I A. Bob White in Cloth, Deer Ham, in Cloth, Johnny Reb in Cloth, Westward f:lo! in Cloth, Aunt Sallie's Choice, in Cloth, Rustic Belle, in Cloth, Dew Drop, m Cloth, Jol ly Boy, in Cloth, Old White Hat, And other Choice Grades AU Brauda ,o our Tobaccos packed in cues to suit pureh"oen FREE OF EXTRA OHARGE and in tbe new and popular 8tyle o P:e.clu.pl to auit the ditrerent me.rlreta of the world. FACTORY No.6, FIFTH DISTRICT. 0 C. SPR.OTTO, 189 Pearl St. New York tEERAL FOil AU 9ST!1 STaTES, INCLUDiNG OHIO. JIBEJI'I!W', GERMANY. 1 I. H. CIDUli & BRO., LEAF TOBACCO BROKERS, I

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"' I MARCH 19 l'RE TOBA.CCOTLEA..F LOUISVILLE LEAF TOBACCO DEALERS A.tfD COMMISSION-MERCHAiri. to D. H. M;cAipine & Co., still con tmue It. Blessed with the comforts that confers. ;md des!ring the quiet of country he. to Carmel m Il!61, where he has since resided. an hono.;ed and useful member of society. In the spring of 1870 he"' was elected Supervisor of the town of Carmel and in the: fall same year was elected County Treasurer, )Vhlch position he held !It the time of his death. THEOBORE SCHWARTZ & 00 ... CatC!Dg and liADufaolllriDa Leaf. J'A:KEII CLAU C ....__ Leaf '\'Ill(. G. HEIER & (J() .. .... LMfTo"->oCommiooionll:.robanio. WO Gi.E"""'"""'"'"''"'''''' u LOUlS l!RANCJCE ................ LMfT_Commi_Hordutn,. W II: NN ................... -li&DufacluringL<>Af. I. J'. USHER Ill PRAOOFF ............ Cuitinc and KaDutacmrmr x-r, ........ ........ Lord Byron, and many others, refer to the practice. But I must de sist from further quotation, lest I should seem to falsify the first line in my second chapter. ..111:11 ..E:a. .liZ' "-""' ..-=-.._, "-"' "-""' -r a small lot, one-fourth of an FOR.' THE PURCHASE OF 13 1 WATER STRHT NEW aq-e, in tobacco, and cut from it be- .rw .rw H. HOLLANDER, DEFIANCE MANUFACTURER OF CIGAR MANUFACTORY, Fine Cigars, 125 MAIDEN LANE, D. BlRSOB & 90., IU'f BoWUJ' ... 1'7 Waa.r IN-. IDIW YOKL Sole Proprteto!'l! ot tbe toH011'1Jqr 'lof ..... Branda: Dn'IANCB, BL lOPJIIBro FALSTAFF, JUPITER, 'l'HB LIOl!., UNIY.!!lU,' 8TAHDAQ GULIJVli:H f U ..,...,., LEGAL TiiNDJrn, LONB STAR. OAXB ROOST&R, THE PELICAK, I'QWBa 01!' FASHION,_ BIG THING, TEE GOLD.H:N BAGLB. .use DEALERS IN LEAF TOBA.OOO. sr:scw. mwms. NEW YORK. BUCHANAN & LYALL, OFFICE, 64 Broad street. New York, FACTORY. NO. 2 FIRST DISTRICT, SOUT BROOll.TI, )(anGfacturen of the following CELEBRATED BR.Al'IDS 01' TOBACCOS A. LJCBTENSTEIN & BRO'fl(ER, Planet Navr, ts, X, 3s, -45, ss, 6o, 7 lo, 90, toa. MANUFACTURERS () SailoCa Cho1ce, 1!11 }i1, 4-!J, ss, 6s, 7s, B s, 981 Jc&. Challenge, lbs. 1 King Phihp, "Z'' I 'RT E 0 1 ra A R. S Washington, )(s, Grape and Apdcot, _.: ... ... .A. Double 'ThiCk, brt. drk. Unconquered, Neptune, "ACME" i'ancy Brt. And. Dealers in LEAF 'l'CUCCO Maggie Mltckell, Poundo, Narragansett, Tiicu.mseh,u:IS, Nos. 34 and NEW YORK. ""' Regimen) A.. LICHTKNST.CJN. M. GR.EBNSP&CHT. jack of Clubs, WILLIAM BUCHANAN. ;.tA. DAVID C. LYALL. tween three and four hun .., dred p'boods of good leaf SJIUI'I' T .AKJllfG. tobacco_. knowing what \ __ to do 1t, he was advise4i lu 11dlity Ia PreveatlaJr Broaelalds, Ceasampto. sh1p 1t. to Lyn: hburg, tioa, e&e., BY JOHN C. MVRRAY, M. D., F. A. S. L. 1 Continued fro"' Fe6,-uary 26.] CHAPTER IV. "W.hat strange, wondrous virtue must there be, And secret charm, 0 snuff, concealed in thee ? which he d1d, andJn a few days he recived an account ot sales, and found he bad realized $IS-5o per hundred for his good tobacco and for his lugs, tlius makmg a net Profit of at least S46.5o upon one-fourtbof acre oiland, or at the rate of is a kind, $I 86 net per acre, the lugs A cause too deep for human seuch to find, I Makl!s earth-born weeds imperial man enslave, a ways being considered Not little souls, bqt e'en the wise and brave." orth the COStof cultivation ARBUCKLE'S POEM ON SNUFF, 1719. and shipment to market. In the year 1494, Roman Pane, who accompanied ONE MoRx UNtrORTUN'A'l'E:W c learn from Baltimore that James P. late AGting Collector of Internal of. th.e F1fth Marylland charged with a of P ublic aoneys, has: been cEmJmitted to Jail, h1s f01:mer bondsmen having decl'ined to become further secunty. The politician at the club could exhaust an Ol!nce at a sitting ; and young ladies, finishing tbeir education, were pronounced accomplished only when they were equal to the exercise of the fan and the use o Lthe pouncet-box. A TOBACCO FACTORY SoLD AT LouiS\"n.Il.l!:, Kv.-On She that. with pure tobacco, will not prime March 5, the tobacco manufactory ofH. c. Holbrook &: : Her nose, can be no lady of. the time." Co., on the of Eighteen tiD and Main meets, was If a modicum of Scotch or Spanish were permitted to so_ld !lt pubhc auctton under order of. the U"n.ited States l i nger on the lip of beauty! it is on record that the Court, by Mr. Stephen E. Jones, general asyouth of the penod were qu1te as eager for the love-sam ba. nkruptcy, and was knoeked down to the orlute. Ladies, at that time carried curious boxes. I lgtnal for the sum ot $s,z67. Messn. Hoi have seen some of them with sundry compa tments, for brook & Co w11l continue the manufacture and, sale of the purpose of holding divers snuffs, with a looking plug tobacco. glass inside the, !i ? ; and gentlemen carried a dia. mond, china, paper, wooden, or horn 'box, one in each pocket, with dry or moi st snuffs suitable to each kind, m order that they might be enabled ofti r theirfriends the stimulant most relished. 1 MAX:CI colored students from an educational mst1tutton situated at Hampton nea F t M V r or. ress. a., are at present givingo entertainments Now we would ask our farColumbus, in his second voyage to America, records mers what can you cultivate that the natives drew powdered tobacca into their nos that will yield vou even one trils, through long tubes, and that it had a powerful ef fourth such a 'profit as tofeet up'on them. The. earliest publication upon tobacco? With the soil we bacco, that I know of, is that of Dr. Mooardes, dated have in this COUnty we can 1577, and entttled, :Joyful news OUI Of /he new fountJ raise the finest tobacco that World. Henry Butler, M. A., in r 599,' says of tobacco, Ill lltiElltiORIA:M can be raised in any coun"t_he soone_st i* in snuff; use. it eureth any --, m c1ty, the programme being chietly composed oi rehg1,0us formerly sung by the slaves at the South fot:mmg O.!le ofUle peouliar characteyistics of slave hfe: One of the most xernarkabfe of these is the one "I my mothec-wiU be' there, a hymn ad-_ ffi)rable. for 1ts tendemessr and known in Vi11ginia as Boy:s' Song," because it was sung by the hands -m Mayo's tobacco factery at Richmond. try, aad we hope that our gnef, dolour, op1latwn, Imppstume, or obstruction, pro-The Lute Joho Cornish---Sketch of Dis Career. farmers will take hold of the ceeding of cold or wind, especially in the head or [From the P11tnam C11unty Courier, Februa,y rs, r87J.] matter, and experiment on In 1604, Ja!lles I, on his own responsibility, In our journalistic career, covering a period .of nearly a small scale this year ra1sed duty on tobacco and snufF from twopence to six a quarter of a century we have been called upon to and give us the re6ult of shillings and ten pence per pound, assigning as his reachronicle the departure from earth of many of our promtheir experiments next fall son "tobacco is a drug of late yea111, found out "and inent citizens, but seldom, if ever, have we undertaken and wioter. Let us suppose brought from foreign parts, and used only as a physic the gloomy }ask with than. those CIG,ARS. IN DE ROIT.-From the books of the as there were five hundred of to preserve health." Six years later, D j Edmund Garunder _wh1cb we the of. o r sessor of mtern_al revenue: the Detroit Post com,riles a ou farmers that had made diner wr?te a. quarto volume, enlitlecl, Tnt Trial of and fnend, John CorniSh. d1ed at h1s showmg that e1ghteen manufacturers m that the quantity of tobacco as Tob11mJ, m which. he lal;lded the medical virtues of the Oarmel,. early on.Sun?ay morpmg, the mst., of mCity, ( each of :whom makes not than 2oo,ooo per the above plant, gave full d1rections for prescribing it and the flammahon of the bram, after a very bnef tllness. The annu?l) made m 187:z, 22,417,667 c1gars. Ther e are in. to, and putting the net temperaments it woulq sui! De!t. eight afdeath was so 31ld so startling that we can find the City altogether 140 cigar manufacturers, making an-gRin of eaeh at $45 to every fections of the head and body, for wliwh recomfew words to sense of bereavement. When nually all the way from 26o,ooo cigars down to a few fourth of an acre, and we mended the use of snuffs. The Taller, in a pseudo ad-the heart s full, when bitter come crowding thoUiland. The assessor estimates the aggregate num have the nice little sum of vertisement, says that Charle! Lillie, of the Strand, will in utterance, it is hard to heed. 'suggestions-ber of cigars .made by these p _ersons last year at $:u,soo as the result. This teach" the ceremony of-the snuff-box, or rules for ofwh1ch prudence 1ays upon the hand, b1ddrng us repress Th1s would make the aggregate cigars made amount of money being fering snuff to strangers, a friend 0 a misttess, accord -the rising feelings of sadness and grief which whelm m Detroit last year exceed 3o,ooo,ooo. brought into the county, in ing to the defee of familiarity or distance ; with-an our souls, unseal the fountain of tears, and struggle for addition to the present re explanation o tha careless, the scornf.J,il the express' Reason may come with her cold code of ceipts from the sale of hor-and the surly pinch, and the gestures proper to each J consolation, and philosophy her helps ; but ses, Fattle sheep and hogs, the!fi." The sog, 6aY_S, Belles are where are these, as we look upon the cold and lifeless ":ould go far towards r :li.e typ1fied among other s1gns "by a pmch of the right and form of the dear friend whose voice we shall hear no vmg the, pressure i the fine Barcelona between finger and thumb, a due quanmore? financial affairs of our countity of the same upon the upper lip, and a noddle case We knew that he was mortal, that he was implicated try 1oaded with the pulvil." This observation is very pregin the great allotment of mortality, but who .among us, nant, as it is remarkable that the classic period of Engwho saw day by day passing along these streets, land's history was connate with tlle reign of snuff. Adsmile and. greeting for. .. : 'l'he d17 and OA Genuine D TOBACCo TAKES .FORTY dison, Pope, Bolingbroke, Swift, Dryden, Sterne, Lord hng m our soc1al c1rcles-performmg Wlth conscienSIX YEARS To NEARLI! KILL Chesterfield, Congreve, Gibbon, J ohnsGn, and Boswell .tious exactness every duty in the church with which he A MAN.-8ays the Boston took snuff, so did the Great, Prince Eugene, was connected, and reflecting honor thereon by the Travel/,: "Mr. John T. NapGleon and Wellmgton; also, a host of later intelof his life, his urbane anrl forgiving dis Spofford, of Lowell, sends lects, Pitt, Burns, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Turposition, his forgetfulness of self in securing the happi us an interesting commUiliner, and S1r Walter Scott. An anonymous writer in ness of otl}ers-who among us all thought, that with PIPES .AND TOBAC?b AT PAMPLIN'S DEPOTVIRGINJA.datmg from Pamplin's Depot ApROmat_tox: County, Va. writes: "Pamplin's has long'beelfnottd large n'!mber of superior clay pipes made in the VICinity and sh1pped here. Prior to the war theY. ould not unfrequently ship soo,ooo pipes per montli.lltJne of the dealers told me that the first year of the war lie made a shipment of 567,ooo. The .best article brought pnor to the war $r.25 per hundred, and their manufacture was very profitable at that price. Now; however, they sell for only forty cents per hundred. A good hand can make about two hu11.dred per day, and and poor people generally manage to eke out a ltvmg by thetr manufacture. Pamplin's used to be called and still deserves the name, for although not as before the war the number of pipes shjpped. IS sttll enormous. Thcce bas reoently estab here a tobacco wareheuse, which is driving a. bnsk tiade. Last week 48,4oo pounds of tobacco were sold here, and the sales per week frequently exceed the amount." '-=-c __ ,. SMOKING TOBACCO. c tion, in which he says that addressi11g his snuff-box, says, scarcely a warning to our apprehensions, this he commenced rum drinking Parsons staunch, and great physicians, loved and honored member of our community was des at fourteen years of age, al Here have dipped the immortal thumb,' tined so soon to fall a victim to death's silent but the time he began to be a Painters, sculptors, sweet musicians, expressive triumph. llouse carpenter. At sixteen Round it still, like phantoms, come. On the Tue sday preceding his death, he walked from be took to fife-playing as an--Gentle poets, legal railors, hfs residence t9 the village, a distance of about one amusement, and was often Play-wrights, actors, merchants, squires, mile, and, so far-as the casual observer could discover, present at musters on the Lords and ladies, soldiers, sailors, was in the prime of vigorous manhood, with favorable MR. BuCKLE's THREE CIGARS PER DAY.-A sk t h train-field. When twenty-one Here had all the nQse desires." chances for a long and future. But al.aa for of distinguished author of the History of he drank as much ardent Thl Gua,dian tells us that Charles Lillie prepares and_ They are as fl1ckerExtreme regularity was forced upoo spirits ns he pleased until he snuffs and pumes which refresh the brain in those mg hghts m a whirlWind, hable .to be at any h1m by h1s feeble health. Exercise was essential to was thirty-three, when he who have too much for their quiet, au.d...gladden it in On Wed!lesday he taken ":1th acute him. He walked every morning for a quarter of an discontinued its use altothose who have too little to know the want of it. In m head, wh1ch resulted m <;>f the only befor.e breakfast, and used to say that havgether. His use of tobacco 1921 Burton, n his of Melancholy, has this bran!-. H1s symptoms w_ere such :as to alarm .h1s mg adopted th1s custQm upon medical advice it had' commenced at fourtee11 sentence,..,j' Tobacco, divine, rare, to and 1t became pamfully evtdent th_at 41s ":as grown such a necessary habit that he could not work till and was continued until bacco, which far beyond all their panaceas, porta-ap He lo fully hts. !ife be had bt;en in air. A..walkicl the afternoornras.g_uite was sixty, when it nearly ble gold, and philosopher's stone i a sovereign remedy 1UJ-ti mtSMOn were ended, h1s co!"dltiO'n as essential to h1m, and heat or cold, sunshine or rain killed him, and in self-deto all diseases ; a virtuous herb, if it be weU qualified, he cheerfully Wlth his farn1ly, e':pressmgno never allowed h.imseH to be diverted from it. fence he gave it up. He opportunely taken, and medicipally used." Dr. Raphael as to ..the resylt. telhng them. o c1gars was h1s _allowance in the way of smokinl:i>regards tobacco as more inThorius, in 1 625, said, m heaven, where all h1s hope_s weJe and he 'I'!Sisted upo!J. 1t that he:_ could neither read, write. All rndes of Plug and Manufactured with care and Skill. Send for Price List. jurious than rum-drinking. Physicians, peradventure, curse it sore, his spmt.passed and mto eterwty, a .nd nqr taJk 1( forced to forego them, or .even if compelled' ,._. Owing to the unprecedented popularity ofthe Brand ofSmoldng Tobacco, certain ooprind Sinc.e he discontinued rum For making autumn's healthful and them poor." r e t_rust l nto. a better and blgher than s:ffords. to. overoa,ss the usual hour for jaliuJP'ina ,m. ... -m.. As pled dealers and manufacturers have been led to infringe our trademark. and are imposing upon the trade. with r1 t b h h nng his SlCkness kind and 1 h d t d h ftii!:t f k .1.. '1 .,--., 'JIC inferior good> under our assimulated tradcmark. Now this Is to notice that our rights to the" Durham" an..., 0 acco, e as enAn-d concludes his heroic poem in favor of tobacco by u ovmg an s mtniS ere t. e. e pr o sm? .1ng T e walkig was too great for Brand have been fully vindicated both In the u. s : Cqarts and Pate'nt Office, and all partlea ..... ..... joyed good health, and_ the oil oWl' ng challenge :-' to hisw. ants, and_ sought' by' all the appliances wNch hlm, he qeve.r VlSitele, and t o secure the Genu iDe "Durham," order Blaekwell' Bull years of age, can walk as What 1s by me here -rl'tten disallow, h1s bed of sufferiJla and. mmister t.o h _rs cnmfort. B. u tha. n o. ne hous. e that never tolerated a a'gar ber9re t..0r-Br&ad from the manpfact\lren. We are determined from henceforth to exha"Ust the law against infringera .... D.. r Jt u upon our trademark. Be not deceived. "Bethatsqwethtothewiod,mustreapofthewhirlwiod. fast and work. aa long as Gainst my opinion let his reasohs fight; al! that love could devlSe, or skill .accompliSh, Wlth It for hiS sake. when he 'l"{as th1rty. Tbc:re His at guments let him commit to wllife failed to arrest Ute pr gress of ma1dl0us d1sease. Its K'D'D"Da & SPIESS, ll fore he advises everybodyA poem in 'Reed's :Journal, in 176 1 six good ,fatal :work wa _soon d ne, and frien. ii buried _from ToBACCO VIRGINLI..-Say the Pe.. to be teetotal, so as reasons for snrtaking One verse and reason is aa our sight; _reavmg, to h1s. relahves and frren.ds tr.,sburg..Ina't;X : than one yea go the idea was Maa'U!'acta.e f' FlD o-rum and tobacco are confollows: ,the that for hun death had no terstarted to build a at BlaCklj and Whites De-J!ISANDO 8 AB---, cerned." "Whenvaporsswimbeforethe ey e s 1 rors. Hehadsohvedasnot ofear the approach of poton the South S1deRatlroad for tobacco, to come sB&I Ill Jl!D And cloud the dizzy brain, man:s last enemy. !;lis. was. not a wasted. life, n_either under the general inspection laws ot Virginia and to be -'Ill M .. A SMART DARKIE.-An Snuff. to dispel the mist applies was It damaged by moou-ection. It was WISely adJUSted for the purpose of sales or loose tobacco. A

iuCT IKPOilTATIONS I'ILOII l'liiLx&Y AND SPAll'!', QUALITY GUA:RANTJIED, AND J'O& 1ALB BY J. SCHNITZER, 33 CENTRAL WHARF, BOSTON, MASS.; or W. & A LEAMAN, No; ,67 BROAD-STREET, NEW YORKJ THE UNDEBSIGNED AGENT IN NEW YORK FOR THE MANUFAOTURE118 OF 'JHE FOJ, lowlllg weiJ..Im<>wn bran4 ofLI'I"orlce, d-to oaatlon Tot.oco lllau-klrera aca!Dat ulliDg an:r of th. e nlliDeroQI br111da purportiDc to be orig!Dal ..,..um, brallda of Imported Uqaortee but whlcb -adllltel'tlted COIDt= otbla-.,., reboJied m thla COWlitr)', and In aome lila- .._ &boa per ceutof rice. 'lo iMare mu.uladarert Pare cl Oeaalae JUIDB.EW of llew Yort oar escla .... .trMlll Silo VIIi&.
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8 I THOMAS HOYT & CO., IIANUFAI::TURERS 01' Fine Cut Chewing and 't SMVKING ToBACc-os & SNUFF, OUR BI.ANDS CHEWING' IUNNYSIDE, HEARTS' DELIGHT, NATIONAL, BRIGHT EXTRA CAVENDISH. 1104and 4o6 New York City. Tso:aus HOYT. MANUFACTURERS OF THE r SDLACI AD mn TOBACCOS I 114 and 116 STREET, NEW YORK, BeiJ -to dlt"eet the att-tlon of the Dealers In Tobacco througb011t the United Stateo and the Wodd to their CELEBRA!ED SOLACE FDIECUT CID.o"WDD'G TOBACCO, which Is 'being once more man,.factDred "nder the 1-ecllate oupervlalon oC the originator, 'MR. JOHN ANDERSON, aad now studa, as formerly, wltbont a rl...t. Onhn forwarded tlwoap tho Wlaal c;llannela will meel wltli prompt attentlooo. 1'. :r.AG-G, MAMUP'ACTUIKR or ALL GllAOKS or flut Sktwiug, .Jmolttug, au 6caualatt4 TOBACCO HJ.RVE8T" .. "SURPRISE" IN FOIL IVANHOE JOLLY BOYS SMOKINllft7ftd alirlea, vis.: Deeldeatal, Cu.'ba:a.a. A'atlletp. Deer Toa.we, Dlek Tawr.. ......_Rover, B.eveae Catier, Not. :Cor .Joe, bealdea fiDeelal BE&ada. 21oe ""'""so of baa renderea ,, pvtf<>al&rly n..,.sary to iooreaae and 1m-......, tbe line of ery, and to bw.: a large adclttlon w lbe Faotory, the paot few months, than do1lbl the trade that we are the Bole Mannracturen of the Car-Camed Cigars, Btldbaving learned that other parties contemplate imitating them and substituting Tob&cc' of inferior quality grown in this country, tlierefore we ca1.1Uon the public not to J)'Drchue &1!f_Maalla Clpn gg & U Ionia WliUIDl Bt:n.t. IIY York. ZIKB&IIB. c1r. 00., M-6;,gar iobacco lrDktt.G, CHAS. BONDY n otbearinyourtrademarkontheboxes. @.JACOBY_. CO. TOBACCO EALING d: ESTA BROOJ{., AUO, IN HUGS, PAIN'ffi, Ete., { ..-JIAlfUFA,_CTqRU o ..; .. PZ:NB AHD DP...\t.D 1M Leaf Tqbacco, 63 BOWERY, NEAR CAJrAL{ft. NEW YORK. S. ORGLE:ll, Manufacturer of the best Brands of ,. No. 7 Commercial Street, Boston, 18? Willi_m st., ... Tork. TooACCOiRbiER. lOUt IUCC&IIO& TO DTI ..rnl A CO.,. 123 Pearl Street, T N,E__W_YOBK. No. bg Maiden Lane, Cigars, auo; PROPRtmRS oF THE na11o .. cuaA LIIRE," so Wall St -.E. E. BOIAY, E: E. BOIAY, 82 Wall St., 152 CHAMBERS' ST. and IP. 0. 801, 4471.1 Ail ., tl'. O.IOX,:uJI.l S'l'., NEW YOU. '.CIN :B..,OIL.. AGENT OF THE MOST ACCRED ll!U'O&TER OF THE --. ITED MANUFACTORIES OF -1o1m 'ET lVI! CIGW, .. mat Dnn 133 WA'l'D BT3DT, .. WARD a 0 p 4 D .& L y M.\DE OF THE :nor .w 1'-a...-REOALIA.S, COlf'CIWI, LI KEW YORK. aroy YORTA ABAJO LEAF 1 VICTORIAS, ETc. 203 & 205 Lewis Street, : J llRITANICAS, coN DEALERS IN ETC. J. R! ,._.,..,... J.u. G. _. ___ DIUIIUI!Pii ____ ,. Sp .... rraH.CED_'b, I'TliiiD uyvA CI,.ana z.p..ola-FLORDE.PREWBADOS,PRINPEBAB Pe:rnberton & Penn .a..&.'l .&,D \J:IJMD. Jl4 AI.J \fAnl) FINAB, DAVAS, l'OUR JJ!S ..UUTEUR&, J SEGAR' s POa CIQA.B. BOXBI, .. LOMDlWI, ET(J. "'IIBACCO COWMJIIION MER.CHA'OM'C! 1111:. J -Flor Fumar. nta: a;ttt.F+-a&ur.&. VIC'l'OIUA; co.cJIAS, ... .., Seasoned Stock -.lW&)"'I OD UU'ElUALES, El'C. It--ill 1114 iluiM#,. OONCHA.S ................................. 7Ho so Partap.a-IMI'tiii.IALE,B, RBO.t.LIAS, LON jill ort/e,-s for R. 1'21"'E'T ... -.. _. SUBLULES ...... -to DRES B!IIEVU B'l'C ..... ,..... -3 ,. 1-. ............,.,,_ He Cl -. ...... reu MANUFACTURER OF ALL IUNDS OF ...... ...... $-t.15 :E'.eepaioa-.TOOJ[JI:YCLUll, LOJIDRES, DAlil'ILLE, VA.-) __,.8 ,. ww -D ,. .....,... REGALIA BRITAXICA. .. ........ ... 130 LIAS, ETC. .naOJ ..._..,. A!'Ol ._.....,....._... REiNA VICTORIA ........................ 130 TOBACCO BAGS CONCHAS DE REGALIA ............. 75to so Pam&riep-LO.DRES, IHPERIALES ENTR.BACTOS ............................. r -U SPORTS, CONCHAS. ............... w YORIC.1 :u:. :a:aocz, -'-' SUBLIXBB .... 1 "n'tr"' 1 m 1d--..;,:d. ... 5.1 Ohl.t4> on-LONDRES, D.ut:AS,' O.P.ERAs, Fllfli{IT. nllill8 OF CIGARS-283 -4:th Bt., llew York.' .. lll.bJ ,D ONcn attcnclecl to at the ohortctt notice> REGALIA BRITANICA ............... J. ""' C ONCHAS .................... .............. 2 "$80 Cabara;u-LONDRES l'INAS,.DAMAS,OPERAS, t B.. LICHTENBERG 11. 8. Tobaooo Wo:rka.: 1 Fitie 329 BOWERY, N. Y. Wangler a. Ha.., MANUJ'ACTUR8R Gl' Fine NO. 148 WATER-ST. PREY. BROS. & 00. lanlfactmws &r m CIGABS,w Dealers in Lea Tobacco, 126 Chamber St., New York EDWARD A. SMITH, JUNUFACTUR.ER OF Pine Ko-. 11 Bowei'J', NEW YORK. LOUIS Manu!adurer -, Pll\TE OIG.A.B.S, !And Dealer Ill All tiDdJ of Leaf ant lanllfactmd to11aa, S 02 Nassau 8t., SIEOKE & WANNACK, Manufacturers of CJ:GAR.S,6 Rivington Street., OBEW YORK. J .BOIW, GABRIGUES & CO., IWl'Ollt.TUS C MEERSCHAUM, & .I;.AYA PIPES, German ad J'reDch F111C1 an! Ch1DI Goo4a, ANDTOYI, 91 CHAIBERS ST. AID 73 READE ST., JrEW' YOlUt. P.M. .. and I:..IMtl Btreet11, c:DMMISSJON MERCHANT. Espanola. '. r FLOR DE PR.ENSA009 ................... $ 70 ton no:r 4o 'U"laa-CAZADOR.ES, BR.EV A8, CON-f.0NDRE8 DE .............. L" .... 6J CHAS, LTC. I'IUNBCE..'IAS.... ... ... .. ... .. -_ Partagas Apn& O:ro-PRINCEBAs FINAs, a:rG..u.u LOYDRES ............... ........ : ......... $SO to 116" DE LA REINA, REINAS l>E ESPA1l'A Rosa de Santiago. LONDRES liEDIA, REG..u.r..t, Ere CONCHAS .................................. $ 70 to 75 VUI&r .. Villar-REGALIA DEL REY, RE' Ritica. GALlA l'RilCIOSA!J, COHHE IL E'AUT, .CONCHITA!!. ..................... .. C8 LOl!i 'DRES, ET(;. CONCHAB ......... .. 80 ::r1J.J-CONCIIAS, LO:!I"'D.RES CORRIJ,O:NDRES FINOS........................... $ 80 '---OAZADOH.E.!'........... ... .. .. .. HD Y ... Pni4..4 CONCHAS, J 4LL LOND.Rl!S DE COliT.B ....... ,....... ... to 80 1 FOREIGN & DOMESTIC WOODS. .W Orders (or o..e'r Brallds will be All .:=::-m be_ A I..arte Coo.etaatly OD Hal.d. KRAn & MOFPMEISTER,. -te A LORENZ, x ... -.-ofaa--., .. o f METAL AND WOOD SHOW CASES. I J Patented April tid aad Ag. lith, 18 lt. Y. OITY FBEDEIUCJt KRUSE. Manllfacturer of all Sizeo and Styles of BEO:W OASIS IN D'l'AL AND WOO:O 'W Al!JIKOOKB: 1711 Ch&tlut.m BV.t and 18 Jronll Wlll.l&m Bl., llliW Prompcly auende4 to. ..,. !51 Chatham St., oor. wma-. N. Y SPIHCIR'S _PATENT PII1TG TOBACCO MACHINE., ,..._._til d' ri : MANUFACTURED BY :; ... & CO., --1:("" :-------29 BROADWAY, BEW TOBK