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

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

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. .: ;, VOL: IX.--NO. 15. -lb lobttll r { JS PUBLISHED nat' WW.AT KOUmf fl' Til MAIXIIIAJ li!BlSIIING lIP'Y, t Fulton 8t., New York. j,.-aTBA- -CI...U Aa all advertlaill&' medium, wUte It Is delired tareadl \he Cigar an4 'fobaeeo Trad"e, not only ol thla bat forwlp Collll&rieo, t. \he beot atta!D-ol>le. AU 1-.. ahmal4 be pWIItY oddreeaed to T11" LKr P--.... CGtlfANY, 142 Fulton Terme SutGI;a Cot-s 10 CIDITI PEw ANNUM J4.oo Te l:qlu4 -\he Canada&, "'4 addiUOIIIOI pea-antlUl fot poepayment of Poatage. 'Fo B--aud \he Contlneot af E.rope, .._.,a .Qditiooal per annum for PO&tajjlo. To AutnWa, etc., '' viz. San Francisco, ad-ditional per..,.._ fOr Pootace. No otderi for tlae paper considered, unleu acc:ompaai.,.ll. ---ding &mOIUIL Remitteaceelhould, io e very iu.taoce, be made onlJ' by check or draft. Bills are Hable to be _..,lea, an4 cau only be aeat at the creat-t riolt to \he aeocler. Ratee of Advertlelna. 1 oqaare (14 Nonpareil linea ) for six monU.., ...,_ cio. I ,_r Larger adverta!leDleats In the same proportion, hut none takea uoless r, ,, 3 .. o r more squares. Oae column, 1 yearJ'_a..50; six months, fa5o; three months, ftso-Hair column, tJear, fa.to; lli.xmonth, fr]8; threemoatha, f?! U" Advertiaemeuto on the tint pace, fSO per square over two wide columns, aDd non e tKen lor le than oae y ear_, payable f11lly lo adao.ce; squaru, t4so. No devl-Trau8ieot advertisements oo the thlld pace, JS cents per line for each insertion. :No ordeR for advertisiag will be considet'ed, uuleee accoaapaaled bytbe corresponding amouut. This "N.le be adhered to. ,iUSINN BlRICMY 8J ADVIITISW. KEW YO&Jt. T.bto l#'tzrtlloMtel, AID-W. & Soaa, o84-286 Front -t Aha Jdu, '1'1 w-. Barnet S ., 144Water. Benrimo D &EA. t,._ Water. Betamana, Joha H. a. l""roat. Bla1iemor!!l Mayo .!r Co., 41 -d. Ito'""' a: r SUp. Brod M., 151 Laue. Bulkley, Moore & Co., 74 Front. Cardoxo A. }1. & Co UJ Pearl. Q:alell fl., Water. OaanollJ & Co., -t! w ...... C...wfoitte C., J6J Pearl. Levin M. H ., 162 Pearl. llcFall & Hogan, 33 M urra,. Maddux Bros., 171 Pearl. Maitland Robert L. & Co ., 43 .Broad. Martin &: Johnson, 166 Water. Mayer joseph, Sons, U:l Wate r Meyer A. C. L. & 0., 43 B eaver. Messenger T. H. & Co. r 61 and Lane Morrb, H.M., 19 Old Slip and 73 Water. Nor1.on Slaughter & Co., 41 Broad.. Oatman Alva, t66 Watet. Ottinrer Brothers 4 5 Broad St. Palme & S c oville, 170 Water. PauUtsc b M 173 Water. Price Wm. M. & Co., 119 Maide n Lane. Ouin, J P. & Co 39 Broad. & Co., 1 9 Old S lip. Retsmann, G. & Co., 179 Pearl. Richey & Boniface, 86 Front R osenbaum. A. S. & Co., Ut Maiden Lane. Bo1e11wald, E & lko., ialomon, S. 192 Pearl. S'awyer, Wallace & Co., 41 Broad. Scheider-, J osepb, 213 Pearl. Schmitt J. & Co., 16:1 Water. Schroeder & Bon, 178 Water. H. & Co 146 W ater Sellhg',(Sono S., >69 Front. Spencer, Broe & Co., 75 Malden l.aoe. S&;ou.r, Charles T., 189 Pearl. S nprn2 E & Co. 5 B11rlinc SUp. S a 6;. t;O., 191 Dtu.ne. Straitm1 & Storm, 19-1 Pearl. Strohn & Reitzenstein, 176 Froat.. T,ag, Charles F. &: Son, !4 Fronlo l'attrenhont, F. W 68 Broad. Votterleln .!r B ock, 6 Cedar Cari, tSB Pearl. Westhetm, M. Co., 177 Pearl. lfr!Pt. :B. M, & Co., 39 Broad. Brvbr1 Cattail & Ruete, 119 Pearl. Dreru Edward, 46 Beaver. Flocher Cbu. E. .!r Bro., Water. C.U., J. S. & Soo, 86 Wall. XellaDd, P ., 179 Pearf. (Mbome Charlett F ., 54 Broad. Rader M. &: Son, Pearlol. Shack A. 129 Maiclen Lane Solmar :Edward 130 Water if Tolirt, Anderson John a. Co. n4o n6 aDC!-!17 Uberty. BoDdy Chao., 53 Bowery. Bnchaua A: LF.l, 54 Broad. Buchner D as elaace ..cool< Vincent 159 Lu:l'iow Flau J, )'. 174 Front Goetse, F A & Bro., 328 WMhln,.rton Ooodwa & (Jo. 107 and 2t>9 Water Hoyt Thomas & Co., 404 Pearl Kinney Bros 141 West BroadW&J' Mc.A.lpin D. H II Co. cor. Avenue D and 1 .....,; M!Uer Mn. G B .!r Co. 97 Columbia. Sbotwell D A, & Son, 174 BiPtla av. Acentsfor tit. H .. A.. & Co. 43 Liberty Lindbelm 14. ..S Water Richey a Boniface, I' Front Webo, Eller a Kaeppel, 200 P-1 Mts S...urs' Bolllea1 Gerripce 6 Co., 9' Cllamben street, JUJG 73 Reade -... p.mr .. l( Literiu p.,,, Appleby It Helme, 133 Water Clevelantl, De G!ffoed, Bllermau uo William Gomez a Arplmbn, It) '31 8. W\lllam llc.6ad.rew Jamee 0., 114 Front W'eawr tk Sterry, 2.4 Oedat. &ttl L<11f bupecri Jlentoel J 14cJ. & Co ro Dopeyster. Linde. C. a Co 140 Water. Nati6tud Insp.&tifJtl; Boodle W. J. .!r Co., 15 -15 White ball. ToiHitl>ons. Cramer G., h Franklla: S,...islt Cig"' lt.ibl>on1, Almlrall J .J. JOCedar Cigr M..J.U. Jacoby B. It Co., 209 PearL MaufMtVrll"l of 'TH:co Ti-Foil. Crpoke J J., J8 Orooby! .Autle11r1 of To/Nuco, ett. Gerard, Betti fo Oo., 7 Oltl Slip TtiH L..bch. The Hatch Ll\hOJII'Ot>lc Co., ;p aU V-.y Heppenhe!-.F; .. bo., a North WIIHaa Ciger-B-I..btls tl T.;..lllf' Sc:bumacber & Bttlupr, t5 K"""Y WollfCbae. A ., !'Chatham, T.U... 8Miiilf """ ZiniOel' W II (Jo., 197 Wtnw... .AuMiott V'r.rgjnitl C\gt&r -"remoltleq & Compaay, 16o P'earl M-if,.;,..,..,., tf Luia Ciz_._ ltlnney BroL, 141 Weat Jlrned-y. Cit MJis .,J Shj.tr Pr-.Uce Geo. 19'7 Pear!. $trtJfM end OtaNrw, aw-c;, ... M.J.U. Ericbs H W 253 South; Lobenotein A: Gaao, -lr.W... Laue. ll!icbaella, l!. & Co.. IDl Malden Lane. Spi..-o-. K. eo., ,, Joba. MMJia T,._ t &f Zellenka B., Eaot F...tll. PJn-Cigrw tmtl Hewlett :$roo., ..,. Fulton. B"Killf. H oward, Sanger A Co., 105-.l 107 Chamben Leoteo: A. It Co., OJ Cha-.r. Ciga;.. M.a/J Pnu II &rp.. Brown A. & F., .57 Lewi1 Mfacn.rers of Siow C... Jtral\ II Holfmeister,.J3 North 'II'1IU&m. Kruse Frederick, 175 Chatham and 19 William. ; ''La Fenne'' Russi." Cigaretur. Killington T. &: Eduneyer,llole All"'fttl, .S Broad Cigar-Bandting Table. Erfurth Oswald, 216 Orobard. Brui1. Gnm.an-Amencan, cor. Broadway and Cedar. Engrtl'lltr Qn JiYoruJ. Hoey Joseph, 20a Broadway. P51enl Pltt(J Tobacco M""his .. Harrison and Co., n Br oadway. Intl!t?Uli R evmtu! Boolu. jourgeuseu, C 37 Liberty. Tns ura1zce Brok". DuBois Cornelius, J'r., 141 Broadway. ALBA:NY N.Y. -Ma,.ufacturvs of Tobacco. Gre A. Sons, Baa Broadway. BALTIJI[ORE. T obttuo Albrecht & Schro dec, 18 German. Bolenius G. H. & We1t Pratt. Boyd W.A. &Co., 33 South. Dresel W. and Co., 37 Gay Gieske L. & Co S outh Charles. Gunther L W 90 L ombard. Kerckbotr It Oo. 49 South Obarlos. Kremelberg, J D, and Co. Looie 0. & Co., :n7 West Lombard. Merfeld & Kemper, 117"'Lombard .Parlett B. F. & Co., 9' Lombard. Paul Wm. 11 South. &luoeder Joo. It Co .. 81 Ecbauge Place. WUkeu & Klier, 69 South Charles. WltK:hmeyer Bd. & Co., 49 South Charles. Toblltto Gieske It Nlemaun, 78 South CIW-Ieo: Holman, Lee & Co., 63 Excbanre Place. B.tcard, Leftwich & Co., Exchange Place! Watts, G. 8 61 Excbange Place Mttu{tMrera, ete Marbare Brother., 145 to 149 S. ot&arl SL WUkens H.&: Co., aS. We Pratt. of S..ti-Lorter sf Lieor1ce. Sabnitser I. Central War 1 BREMEN, GEB.MAJrY, C.iuio Wes\helf Fred. jr. BBOOKLYJr, N. Y, Toi>Moo-C.mig "Jblatelo Hep!"J a5 Myrtle avenue. BUHALO, Y. ,-l.,ltuzlt D and Cig CaseS. 8. Co 149 South Water DuiMco. Luenea Georp, u1 East Randolph CDICDflfATI. D<.Jtrs i Havana and Domutic Leaf T.Heco. Bew,den Henrv Bro., t&.tI65 Pearl Mallay Rich & Brother, 115 Weat Ff't Pllven T H., 47 Vlo Strasnr Louis, 49 Vioe MAw".factMrtrr of FintCu t Chewing a"d Smoking Tobacco. Allen & EUio. n Vlne. -167 Water GoDzalez A. Water Kelly Hobert E. & C o U Beaver XIICblor, Gall A Co. uS Walel' Mina.la Feh&. 2:12 Pearl K enneweg F. & Bade, 373, 375 and377 Main Shinkle & Linfoot, 119, u1 and 1:13 W. Front Spence Bros. a. Co., s and 54 But Third. omutedt Hobert A. p Platt 1'--' E. lkother & Co. 156 Wator 1io1actUJn M. & 11:. Malden Lane Yep JMepb A. & Bro .a, .P-WeU & Co. 6o Pine 'Waltec, &: Fretoe JlCl6 Pearl Webo, Eller & Kappel, ut hul YbWV.ILa6c.lar Man11jacturffs / Plug To&u ;o Georhao 1: Murphy, a8 Hammond. c.-iui M"'elt""" llafe r, Bolmea & Co Second and WaluuL Z...f /Jroms, Morri A: Reid, 4 Oollep B..Udlnr and '' Weot Froat. :gohrmaD.D, F. W ., Jl, e cor. Viae and. Front. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1873. WHOLE NO. 431 Aliatlfeturen, Importers Mid Dtlliers ;, Cigs, Krohn, Fetn Co., West Fourth. Lowenthalli. &: Co 112 West Third. Stra.uer & Co., 287 Walnut Well, Kahn Co., 134 llalu. CLABKSflLLE, T .... Leaf ToHi:CtJ Brdtrl. Clzrk, Jl. B:. &: Bro. COVINGTO!f, K,.. Manujacturtrs of FitCul Cluwing-To &uto GloreJ .A. P Broti., JS, 17 and 19 W. 7th. DA!fB17BY, Coan. Gran1G. w. DAlfVILLE, Va. Cnlt.iuign Mrclu:nts. Pemberton & Penn. DAYTON, 0. BOI'leti & Peaae, Peaae 'a Tobacco-Cuttina Encin DETROIT, Mieh, MMftjMJCMrtrs o.f Cigrs "",J Dtaltrs ;, .l..uJ Tobacco. Maille.,. J L. & Co., Jelferaon Ave. /Yilwibf's Clampanal'ress for Cig-ar Mou!d1 WiliJltlll! Samuel,2147 Jefferson Awenue. DURHAM, N, C. &ooliwg Touuo. Blackwe ll W T. FARMVILLE, VA. Manufacturers o f Twist. Read C. C. & Co. _,,, EAST BAR.TI'OR.D, 11d Cbspman .R. A. f 1 HARTFORD, Co... and De.Jus. lht l.oltarcg NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 187 OK HIS TRAVELS. The scamp who some time ago defrauded a number of tl].e trade in this section of the country, and who then from an office in Ann Street, this city, according to the receipts he gave for subscriptions, and which jrelended to be dated at the office of this journal but were not, appears to be again on his travels and engaged in his nefarious We have heard of him in various parts of Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, and though the amo11nts obtained do not appear to be large in any one instance, still we regret exceedingly that our friends should be subjected to tAe infliction. We are using every elfort i n our power to cut his career Barnes & Jerome, 236 itate. Habbard N. & Co.; t8llarket! Lee Geo: so stat .. short through a speedy arrest, and sh ; ll be greatly in' London & Bidwell, nf Pease H. a z. K. t6 MarkeL 214 Slate. 81H0n A & .P:, 13-4: Main. Welles 0. a..., 154 state. Westphal .. s State. debted for any information which may lea& to this desirable .consummation. He is represented as a tall man, of light complexion, KJ' ToiHtw Brollr, and his latest alias seems to be Jeftp James E : I lad. H. F. RODGER, Manujat111rt,., i>f fil.u-Cut Cluwiog and StnJ Third. l><.Jcrs M Leaf TobtUC4 uti MllttufiiCI#t'trs of Cit."" & CJo., 9J 9 5 TIUrcl. Leal' Tobdcco BroU1-. P F A co 371 w Main LYJrCRB17BG, Va. Manufa
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THE TOBACCO F. HAY28 :MINOB. EDITORl:ALIITHE TOBA.OCO ..JIA.B.KET. IOSya for bankers'; do at short sight, Iog!i@I09ya, Paris Co., 5 trcs, I box; Rtchey & IJ do, 5:11 cases, 7 at 9-20@9.8o, 8 at Io@I4-SO, 3 boxes at s.Io@S-901 at 60 days, SJo @S-25: do af short sight, 5 zoU%5.20, 13 hlf boxes, 196 caddies; Ma" tller 10 hlf 3 do at 6 So@7 6 do at S@lg.so. 7 boxes Ind1ana DOMESTIC. Antwerp 5 2 ?72@ls.22y.; Sw1 ss, s-:z772 @ 5 n ,}4, Ham-trcs A. Hen & Co, ru cases Martm & Johnson, 26 seed, at 4 to 4 go. uS cases new Ohto seed, fat NEW YoRK, May 27. b!,!J.g, 4 Retchsmark, 9534@96; d o ; D. & A. Bem;lhetm, 13 do, M }.!. Welzbofer, 21 do. stems, fillers, and wrappers, 3S at 3@4-So, n at r WASTING HIS Tif!IE.-Henrr Ptttman the Enghsh phonographer, 1s crusading agamst the "nasty habtt of using tobacco.' .-DEATH o._ A MalliR oF THE BELtAsT TRADEWe regret to 11ot1ce the death of Mr. Murney, :semor partner m the firm of Henry Murney & Son, tobacco and snuff manufacturers, o( Belfast. Western L eaf-Although our rec etpts have been Frankfort, 4oy.(@4I7.( ; Bremeu, 4 Retchsmark, gsU @l G W. Hillman& Co, Ig ao, Woods &-Rue, 6 do; CarS@s.8o, 26 at 16@7 9o, lg at$@g.so, 20 at ro@r4 75 large dunng the past week, they have oontamed e":err 96 p,ussian thalers, 71 U @.72. tiart Brotl:ers, 2 do, -F. W. & 4 E. 3 at t6@t6.so, 24 case5 old do, 5 at S.ro@9.So, 17 at less than heretofore of fat or substantial leaf, for whtch Fraghls are firm on account of the small amount of Jaquins, 3 do; J Blackenstem, 4 o, A. osen aum ro@1.3 S5. :z at rs, I6 :zs. & Co, 22 do, 2 hi [ cases; Rtch'd lr'MIIIl & Co, 25 do, 52 At the-Kenton "Warehouse .aos h ds and 7g boxes alone there 1 s any demand of consequence. Ttie sales room offered. M G d"-.._ C 6 d d ::4 h 1 d 1 f f h k a -o-JOII Jhree q t r boxes, J as ar mer GO o., 7 o, so ca 32 hhds old Mason Co., l'>.y., traa ugs an ea. 4 at consequently are on}y ,a.J>out 0 t e wee pre' rABTJOV....-... dtes; Belcher Park & Co I 200 do, so hlf boxes; Con S8.20@9-:ZC, 14 at 10@14-75 Jl at IS so@IS. 7s. 3 at vtous amountmg t o 8 2 g hhds, of wh 1ch 6 S 7 are to slup Oro""" of seed leal tobacco are oautwned agamst tho Qolly & c_0 S d o, 29 qtt b&xes; J H Thompson & Co., zr@2I 25. 77 hhds new Mason Co., trash, ,lugs, pers '9g to manufactur ers and 43 to JObbers. Pnces reported aalo:s nem at fint hand, as these refer 1n most 1nstances 7 d o, r three qtr box, 4 ca dtes, u ey, Moure o and leaf! 8 at 5-10@5> 35 at 6 00@71 22 THE T OBACCO CROP NEAR DURHAM, N. C -The prospects for j tobacco crop in thts vtcmtty, thts year, are not very favorable. Not more than half of the farm ers have succoc!ded.m growing d hI f t to old tal mvested Growers 92 uo, IO three qlr boxes, I7 5 hlf boxes, 27 third boxes, new Brown andA Clermont j;ounttes, Ohio, trash, .lup, vtew wtth epncern thetr steadtly mcreasmg stock of cannot .. ...-ct even 1 n tb< case of new cr'!P' to sell tpem for the same B & E bo Bl k M & C d 1 f 6 c;, t S a. trash and nondescrtptsJor whtch there seems to be no r h 1 b atty ;vans, "I x, a emore, ayo o, Ioo an ea 2 at 5-40, 5 70; 7 at 90, 3 a .25\!:t 1' pnces as are obttmed on a e sale ere O t oourse every -sa e must three ntr boxes, R W Cameron.&. Co., rg do; E. Du 9> 13 at tlet at an uva.a, and therefor e tne by the &rowero will i"1 """...... ...... '!!" -WHAT ONE MAN Dm.-Says the Amherst (Va.) Enterprise One lvfr. Mass1e, in thts county, made and sold in one season, smce the war, $4,ooo worth of '<>bacco on land for which he paid one dollar> per acre. As a money crap there is nothing equal to tobacco." ou Total always be oorRewhat lower than our quotations Bois 20 hlf boxes, 4 ke!JS1 Frey Brothers & Co., I case boxes new 0\'l'en Co., Ky trash, lugs, and leaf; .-6 at 1St "eek d wee1: Jd week 4th73we9ek sth week ',4oo NS OF WHOLE5ALE PRICES cigars, order, S hhds, I trc 5 25@5o, rs at 6 os@l7o ,'!,.at S, S 7Si 3 at lo.-s@t3, January---4Jg 96t 1 3 1 QUOTATIO B Y N oRTH RIVER BoATS -D. J. Garth, Son & Co., S 2 boxes at 4 25, 4 So, 35 hhds new Pendleton Co., Ky. February .. 2J}Q Sli2 54s "-2,6oo w .. t.m-Llght leaf 7 @ 8)( perpounl hhds, Pollard, Pettus & Co., 9 do; Blakemore, Mayo & trash, lugs, and leaf. 1 at 4-25, IO at X! -at March.---.68o 3 8 3 2gS 23g 4,8oo lug S )i@ 9 Extra fine 0 0 60 @,70 Co I 32. do; R L Mattland & Co., 4S do, Sawyer, Wal-6.1o@7.6o, s at s I5@lg. I at IO, 2 at 15, t6. lll bhds ApnL..85g 74 84g S48 1 5 4 3 ,Ss 4 1\ledum ........ Medmm lace & Co., 233 do, E. M Wright & Co. 3g do, A. H new Boone Co, Ky, at 6 .2 hbds an. d x box DISCOURAGED.-Some of the Wisconsin tobacco ra1sers are rather dtscouraged and a few of thel{l are to qutt the bustii8U, but a majority wtll try to fill thetrsheds this season. Four cents for wrappers and two cents for fillers are certamly not encouraging figures. May.--- 679 6 2 6 r,po S 2 9 .. 0 0 11K@l2)o; GOOd 4 1 @48 C ardo:r;o & Co, 10 do, Haveml! ye r & Vtgelms, 13 do. West V1rgtma 2 at s .6 o, 6 2.5, I box a t 7 3 boxes v1rg m1a LtafThere has been a steadv but not aclug FROM _BALTIMORE -F Engelbach, 7 cases, Ind1ana seed at 5 o5@6 95 21 Ca!'es new Ohio seed t 1 v e demand for good working and shtppmg tobaccos do do lear 9 @13 Mart;!n & 6 do, K Wtse, 3 do. fillers and \H<\ppers 18 at 4-10@4-951 3 at 5.2o@6.45 since our la5t. For the lower grades t here has been 48 @62 CoAs"IWJSE FROM NEw 0RLEANs.-Order, 35 hhds 52 cases old do. 10 at 8 JS@g.4o, 34 at ro.25@I4 so, 5 little or no inqu1ry. Manufacturers have t aken such Comrnou l o a f 9 1 ; $!! CoASTWISE FRO M K6Y WEST.-Fred'k deBary & Co, at 15.25@17, 3 at 22@26. parcels as were adapted t bhds -14 hhds old TOBACCO IN EssEx CouNTY, VA.-A letter from Tappaba-nnoclt-May 19, ays that a number of persons wtll this season commence the culture of tobacco, the present wet weather be1Qg propttlous for 5etting out planu." quahty, and shtppers have purchased about thei r usual .. :l>t @ H l<:j;/,f,/f':Y Pownds ana Co., 8 do, Tmotny Gay & C-o, 1 do; Setdenbetg & Co, Mason Co, Kr. 13 at 5, J "'At 10. 112 Jlhds rece'lit average of Shrpping so ITs. rom netther source v.roma-Flue '3 @46 6j do, 25 bales scraps; V. Mart10ez YbQr, II bale-s t\ew Mason Co, trash, lugs, and leaf 23 at 4 53 lias there been as-good an mqutty as could be wished if:O dt; good l if ;if :; scraps at .20 @ 7 9S1 23 at S.25@9 90, 12 at ro@r4 25, I at 16 75 for, and until trade impro\tes in all dtrections tt ts, of leat Roll ,BALTIMORE, May 24.-Messrs. c Loose & Co. 13 hhds uew Brown "Co, Ohio, trash, lugs and leaf 3 at course, lmpoSS1ble for It to be lD harmony With our nat Wrappers, dark 0 12J>@tl)i Bright ,.,.,.1 iVa) 12 mch t6 @70 ComnuSSlOll Men;hants and Dealers m Leaf Tobacco, 6@7 05,3 at 8 os@l9-40, 3 at IO@IZ-50, 4 at r5 75@I6.so. ural predtlect10ns n thts respect The season ts a dull report Recetpts of tobacco have been very 12 hhds old Ow en County, Ky., lugs and leaf to at to@ one, in some u n usually so, and notably m that Prtmmgs -.. owavy Half much tmprovem ent, the dem"and on part of shippers for 9 70, 4 at ro@ rC4 75, 2 at I 51 16.25; dl 1at JI. 6 hhds trade m one or more departments of busmess m tbt s Fine spBDglect to y ellow 1 0 .f.d'::.m : .. J si Germany, France and Holland has been fatrly a c ttve, new Pendleton ounty, Ky, trash an ugs r ilt s,.so, A NEW CLAMP AND PRESS FOR CIGAtt MOULDS. Attentwn ts called to the adve ttsement elsewhere of a new invectioo by Mr. Samuel Wtlmot, of Detrott It wtll be found worth investigating by all cigar manufacturers, as it claims to be s1mple a Dlji. taDtial. J A SENSIBLE !DU. -The tobacco raisers m Hamp shire county, Mass., have sowed a larfe of seed this spnng, thus prepanng for an extenSive sale of the young plants. The scarctty and consequent htgh pnce <>f tobacco plants last spnng induced them to make thi provlS!on for the present season, and 1t ts now evident that the settings will be both cheap and plenty city during every business season, but t t e present 5 @ 6 though pnncipally for the grades above mfenor and 2 at 7, 7 45; 2 at 8, g t at I4. 3g hbds new Boone time, and throughout the whole of tbe present Spnng, sound common 6 @ 7 Common to medium 37 frosted, whtch a re hard to sell It may be satd here, Comity, Ky., trash and lugs. at 5 45@.5 o6; 20 at 6@ 1t is and has been, a subJeCt of general remark that .. ::o:,i',r;tc!'urs tha t It 15 prett,) certam that the much of duty 7-Ss, 4 at S.ss@ o 30. 4 hhds West V1rgtrua: 2 at 6, tlus same almost umverslly prevatls Goodtolln e rod N gro htad Tuast @65 questiOn 10 Germany will not be brought before the 7i 2 at 9o, IO 75 here. It is an exceptional occurrence to hea r any c;,untry e 60 present Rechs tag,-and it remams to be seen whether At the Planters' Warehouse, 142 hhds: 15 hbds crld merchant s ay t!iat trade has b een sattsfactory to hun @ 9 Firle fu this postponement wtll have any favorable mfiuence upon Mason County, Ky. trash, lugs, and leaf 3 at And wtth h e re and there an exceptwn, m our own, as s .. ctLeat --,J870 crop memum ar 93 German markets or not Sales of Maryland for the 8 40, 10 at ro@ r 3 1 2 at L6. 7 51 :110.75 7g hhds neW' Ma well as othe-r mdus_tnes, tile condftwn 'is, and has been, Wrappers 11 12 Gnnutat.cr sm,oiking S! 75 we<>k an 1ount to about 17rn>I8oo hhds Ohto is st1U son County trash, lugs, and leaf. 2 at 4 44, 4.50; 15 at 5 1 1 h J I h Assorted 9 @10 Goyars-llotlll.. .. so @7 do do Sok Seed conn h d 1 @ 6 '" 1 8 trgtma mar ets, ut wtt no mar e tmprovemen m Follers.. .. 10 @15 wrapper 25 OO@SO oo figUtes and the market 1 s steady for thts descnphon tras an ugs 3 at SL5 S.SO 9 .-. .1G, Dlltr).et.of durmg the month of Aprf 1 73 the diaracter of receipt :All desirable goods of either (S\35 Penn do do g gg Vugin.'a quiet Inspectwnsfor the week embrace I 955 8 15, g, 3 at ro, rS rS hhds new Pendleton County, mestic or "mported, i _m:ml! acturers bnght or dark color are taken read1ly and a t upward 1871 crop 22 @00 st 20 ooao 00 hhds Maryland, 3 33 hhds Ohto, and I 3 hhds Ky, trash and lugs: 5 at 4 8 at 6@7-70, 5 at of ctgars, spec1al tax, $4.60, snuff, domestic or prices. Thts ts a standt!lg observatiOn, and 1ts frequent Is comwmraopnp,:._ar 1 Go@i1 00 total, 2 ,35I hhds. Cleared same penod, 597 hhds 8 5o@lg 40 6 hhds West VlTgmta 3 at 5@5"701 2 at -tc., 28 "1 tobaCCO, chewmg and :' ,JIIOktng ao; t"J;Dd bv h t tl h h t e bodteS and the n 11 13 H (0@1 2 t .... i' $ use IS JUS 1 .,._ ... e ru 1 w lC 1 m Cheroot s and 10 Maryland for Bordeaux; Igo to West Indtes. 7 ro, 7 20, I a ro.75 SgS 438 ro, dealers m leaf tobacco, spectal tax, 5 absence of any other pertment item of mtelhgence q f 1m crop = We quote Marytand, frosted, 472@6, sound com-At the Phtstcr Warehouse, 6r hhds and 17 boxes. 24 deaiers m manufactured do, special tax, $I 55 Total equal Importance. From Europe the !ate news ts not Sc o t c h o1: = mon 6@? good common 7@8. nuddhng hhds new Mason County, Ky. 4 at 4 25@4 65, 11. at 5 20 collectiOns on tobacco, Ju6,o92 6r. prom1smg nor, on tne other hand, is it unpromtsmg, 1t -- cuee try, 6 @ 2 S ; Ohw, mfenor to good common, hhds new Owen County, Ky trash, lugs, and leaf 7 at rious I T.bL'I questi()n, it is claimed by the antt-tobacSud LeaJ-The demand for lleed leaf contmue,:; mod 18 @3.! greenish and brown, medtum to fine re'd, 9@ 5-25@5 90, Sat 6 os@7 so, 4 at S 25@9-25, 3 at I0.25@ h "'1 d t H t rd Conn where a erate, and what.ther 11 appears to be mainly for old, .o. .. onedlots n @14 1,UA'_',. ;:t... 29-" I 2 ; commo!l to: nredium spangled, 8'@I 11 fine spangled 12, 1 at 17 25. 4 hhds new Owen County, Ky.: a at comsts, as ueen sett e a ar 0 d d b k though there ts constantly a httle being done m n e w Fll\ero 1 0 @ll G & F" -d 1 r.( rn>5 t 6 6 5 t 5 hhds d hogshead of the weed rolled from the an ru e stock -may usually be m our summary of detatls. wuc01111m Seed Le-> ... BJ>@9 Icyea...... 28 boxSoutherniilmoLs: tat7ro,2 at_875,g.7o,4atii the teamsters eg. u we \ k .For 'the past week trans t1 ns and pnces were as folHavanaFU Com 77J>@I!1i Ynurrta" .... 2 go od, IIc;,12, fine and selections, 13@15 Vtrgmta, com @ 14, 1 box at 4 27 cases new common Ohto seed fat temporary, that thts incident fixes '!01 mg as to smo lows ISO sundne at Io@:zocrtoo .cases 871 Conoecdo Good do SO@ l a o : z .._" 230 Ills L r.( d 1 f t d fill t 6 8 t S t ing, masu_cat.ing, or snu!fing. It stmplr.ill ticu wrappers at 45@ssc: 120 cases do Ohto fillers at Sc; do l"me' do 10'1@ \ 10 : oo f mon to good lugs, 7}2@S 72 ; common to me tum ea, s ems an ers Ig a 3 5 a 4 o, 4: a 5 a 5 5 2 a h t hich ls W t g ian I &UOutaaold oo 8 it 8tL2@Io,fatrto good, selectiOns, q@r5, IO so. er mtncate ques !On, w h Soc est IS72 Ohto low running on private terms an-t ""' 2n 7 2 ,/' 3 7 CLARKSVILLE TENiN '" Me s s u H b 1 Th" a problem whtc we ..,.!.!.' "G. s stems, good to fine, 372@5 ., uay 22 s r ... teamster cart to acco 15 15 S case& do Wisconsm do at 672c total 6Io cases Tobacco Statemmt Clark & Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report as fols tall not undertak& to solve. The market is wtthout feature of any kmd. IMPORTS. 1 0 I b 1 d I 1 BusiNESS CHANGE IN PH1LADELPHIA.-We notice that our correspondent, Mr. A. Oppefthermer, dealer m leaf and manufactured tobacco, cigars, etc has been -compelled by the recent raptd increase <>f his to remove from u9 Church Street to more commodtous premtses ar:z9 Nortb Front Street. H'ere Ni:. Oppenhetme expects to keep on hand a hne of samples t"epresenting twelve m1ll10n ctgars, and hopes whtle makmg many new friends, to greatly mc!ease the patronage of h1s old one_s_. -+-- MR. GRAt;F J..T PADUCAH.-We have to acknowledge a polite invttatlon from the Paducah (Ky ) Tobacco Plant t o our representative to vistt that place. He says: "During his so3urn m thts 1t m1ght prove <>f some intere s t to Mr Graff to VISit our ctty and .take a bud' s eye v1ew of the tobacco interest hereabouts Mr Graff regrets that he was unable to Paducah dunng his recent tour from whtch he has JUSt returned m safetv. He has that pleasure m reserve. He was also unable to take C:uro, Ill m hts round as usual. f Janu:lry 1 st, rS73 Stock m warehouses and on Hhds. ows ur recetpts contmue 1 era, an our sa es ast Present mdt dthons do f.)Ot favor the tdea of speedy The arrivals at the port of New York rom orelgn shtpboard not cleared. ________________ .__ 6, 9os week added up S73 lihds. Our market opened weak and act1vitv, bu ather terril to the conclus io n that the sumfor the week endmg May 27, mcluded the Inspected thts week._____ ______ _____________ 2 351 pnces declmed on medium leaf and U c. on lugs, mer will be as spiritless as -the latter part of the winter mg cons1gnments: Inspected previously ____ __ ______ 20,u7 but the market ralhed, and nearly former prices were and sprmg have been BREMEN -Order, 3oo b oxes regamed, though the feelmg was not strong at the close. We shall probably have the fait upon u!l before any GLASGOW G. B Lteh tenberg soc boxes ptpes TotaL__ ______________ ________ 3 o ,J66 We quote trash and common lugs, 6 to good lugs, pt"t"ceptible 1'1\crease m the general volume of bus mes s HoNG KONG -.Order, 6 bales. Exported sm ce January 1st. ______ 12,634 hhds. 61{ to 7 common leaf, 7 f-4 to medmn leaf, will take place, and even then, 1t would seem as tf transLIVERPOOL -G. M Fmnote, 6 bales hconce root. Coastwtse and re-mspected. _______ 2 000 hhds. 14 ,634 to good leaf, ro to II, fine leaf, 1172 to 12 sewvuld be confined pnnc1pally to grades su t table MALAGA.-Ord,.r, 85 cases hconce paste lecuons, 13 to The plant beds are domg well, for home use. Then[ ts, to be sure ample ttme for a MARSEILLES E Fongera & Co' 6o bales hconce Stock to day 10 warehouses and on shtpboard and plants are abundant, and plantmg has been made bdnsk eclxport t 1rdade tko seht m, whtch, w 1nh1the redgular home root. A b cases hconce not cleared. ________________ ____________ 15,732 to some extent dunng the showers of past few days. eman wou rna e t e season a tve y an measuraSEVILLE -Gomez & rquun au, 75 Ed W 1schmeyer & Co, Tobacco Co mmtsD NVII LE r M b ly, prosperous one. But, unfortunately, other causes A VA., .way 24-essrs Pemberton & paste. 8 b 1 F ston Merchants, re[JOrt There was a fair busmess p T b M 1 t t < 'I h have so shaped events that are to follow as to-make 1t HAVANA -E Pascual Brother & Co, 4g a. es, enn, o acco ere 1an s, repor as 101 ows. e ave done m manufactured tobacco last week, new stock h f t t t t f t b k altogether unhkely!that such a consummatiOn will be exMtranda, J6g do, L. F. Au] a 2 5 6 do ; J A Pesant, 45 not 11'g o 10 eres o rcpor rom our o acco m ar et P erienced. It little or nothmg that the do, p A Olmstedt, 123 do, G B L1chtenserg, 111 do, commg forward more freely and the demand bemg tlus week Rece1pts contmue very heavy, and mostly in K 11 & C m ore acttve We note the followmg r ece1pts Hoftb d d p r 11 d 1 t fi d fore1gn demand is late.th1s year than 1t was last, beF Garcta, 8g do, I6 cases ctgars, Rob't E. e y o, a or er ttces 'or a gra es ower, excep n e an d d m a n, Lee & Co 3So boxes; John P Ple asan t & Son, f appers th e a e s rce d c d h h cause whatever dtscouragement might be found 10 thts 127 do, 10 do, F Alexandte & Sons, 155 o, 23 o ancy wr Y r ca an omman tg fact 1s qUickly dtsstpated by the reflection that l as t year's Chas T. Bauer & Co, II cases ctga r s, H Schu2 7 hlf boxes, So third and qtr. boxes, G S. Watts & figures. We quote Lugs, common red, 4 to 5 d M & Co, 23g boxes, 44 cases, A Seemuller & Sons, 146 d r L to 7 1 med m br ht 7' L to 1 fi d16 lbs mfd. fine goods, 60 c to r 001 Lonllard's snuff So t o 8 5 1 Beck The Boone House sold 345 hhds I 7S hhds Kentucky agamst him by A. N. S'evenson that he had dealt m the mconvemence w1ll be proporuonably dtmlmshed DOMESTIC RECEIPTS. & Wtrth, 60 to 7o. In plug, large sales and fatr pnces leaf rat 27 so per 100 lbs; at 31; 2 at24, 20; 2 at 17 d d t d t d r d k f d VIZ, p Lonllard"s dark, 57 do bnght, 6o, A. M Lore, unstampe ctgars. an 1 sa ven e1err<> The arnval s at the port of New Yor rom omesttc, so, 171 1 at IS1 3 at 13 at II@IL751 45 at ro ABOUT CusPIDORs.-Cusptdors are a modern mven Manufactured -\Ve have heard of nothmg beyond mtenor and coastwise pons f o r the week endmg May Vtrgmta dark, 4I, J K Chtldrey Vtrgmia bnghts, -45, @I0.75 64 at g@g go 64 at 8@S go I43 hhds lugs: tlon that no well-regulated famtly should be wtt_hout' the ordmary inquiry for the sausfactt on of unmedtate 27, z,6rs hhds, I04 tics, 67 hlf trcs, ros qtr trcs, r,83g nat ural leaf, 75 to 8o Impor.ted ctgars rule at from at IS, I2 25i 7 at 8@S 8o 6I at 7@7 go, 64 at 6 @ 6.go d f d wants m Cavendtsh ctrcles smce our former summary cases 2 hlf cases, 2 boxes, 665 three qtr boxes, 274 hlf medtum to fine grades, 7 8 to IOS In domestic crgars 9 at s @s.ge 6 hhds do trash at 5 6o@s.go 11 hhds the three-story kind with a Mansar roo an projectmg e r t J L Mathews & Co J L M M 6 d h b t H Ssocks were formerly consid-The week has apparently been neither better nor worse boxe s, 31 qtr boxes, 27 thtrd boxes 250 caddtes, 4 kegs, w epor : ., per 0 0 Missoun leaf 4 at g 20@9 so, 6 at 8@8 go, I at 7.go. eaves are t e es a tl t d f t d b h d c ll Caztdora, So; do Onent, 6o, do Henry Clay,6o. Golden d f fi 1 t t a man's temper when he 1an 1 s pre e cessors o recen ate, a out t e averagt II bales, I05 cases c1gars, cons1gne as 10 ows. shhds In tana lea : I 9.2o, 3 at 8.4o@S.9o, I at 7.6o. ered a rst rate artie e 0 ryto hts library or' parlor at" number of transfers -navmg transpued for both shm-BY THE ERIE RAILRO ... n.-Blakemore, Mayo & Co, Curls, 75, La Belle Uubana, so, JC. P. & o., Golden 4 hhds Indiana trash a!ld lugs at 6.6o, 6.40, 5 25, r.85. fell over them m commg 10 t d t S d A H c Crown, 95: do Eagle Londres, g Ganbaldt cheroots, h he ai. but a cusptdor w 1 ll draw out the men an consump wn .. 153 hhds, Sawyer, Wallace & Co., 2I o; ar6 G The Lvutsv1lle House sold 316 hhds-122 hhds Kenmght to hg trt n ger a'nd is more expenstve. When you Itts pleasant to note t)mt notwlthstandmg existmg imdozo & Co' 30 de, Guthne & Co., 3 do; Pollard, r 'El Pnnclpe de ola, 7 5 to 8s. In smokers. arttcles tucky lea( 2 at 14 7 s, I.f25i 4 at I3@13 75 :z at u, cussedness st o g d t to the 1 t t f h C d h D J G h S & C 6 d the market 1s not so bttsk wtth ihe bnghtemng up of the f th Chlnese pagodas half full of wape unen s cornmercta m eres so t e aven 1S Pettus & Co. 1 64 do art on o rr o, I 2 so, 7 at rr@r r.7 s, 5 at ro@lll so, 4P at 1 oc. 10 75, ktck over one o ese t d f th" "t f h d [ L 1 d & C d weather, the market vall soon pr-esent a most act1ve 8 d n the new parlor carpet It keeps ra eo ts Cl y, 1t, m sptte o t ese, an m spite o K r emelberg & Co 75 do, R Matt an o, 59 o, C "d bl d 45 at 9@lg go, 5 at S@9 70, Sat .2o@S go, 4 at 7 90@ ter afn stun}Ps th your Wife for a and ;; dull ttmes, is sull maintaining !ls old time supremacy E M Wnght & Co H Norton, Slaughter & Co donsl eta e owlln,of pnces by leadmg g.5o. 24 hhds do leaf lugs, and trash at 5@ 9 .30. you rdom nhmtg adu twotone that as the grea t export martofthe conntry, ourfulland F W J P Q_mn&Co., I JO ersan competmg ouses.wt occur soon and m to6hhdsdolugs 7at8@8.Io,q at7@S.50,9 at 7, order, 2g7 hhds, 33 cases may 34r. F A. leaf 4 hhds do wet trash lugs at 5@6.10, 6 hhds do trash few bl d the .Insh lady for whom your wife e1ght mt,hon pounds per annum. Seven or e1ght years BY THE HuDSON RrvER RAILROAD.-Havemeyer & tobacco inspector, reports as follows:-Thct market con-at 5 5o @6.2o. 3 hhds Indtana leaf at 9 2o@g.9o. 7 he to;;;ar final catastrophe IS announced that she ago the combmed exports of the coutry seldom reached Vtgehus, 32 cases, order, rg do. tmues firm wtthout change m pnces, all grades offered hhds do lugs at 5 20 @ 7 4 hhds do factory sweepings wor "s bw :tv thtm crocks 10 the parrer." thts amount. It 1 s unfortunate that it should be BY THE NATIONAL LINE-R L Ma1tland & Co, 62 bemg taken at full and generally very satis factory fig-at 4 go@5.20. 4 hhds do trashy funked at 4 05@5 30. has ru wa thought necessary to mterfere wtth or m anyway em barhhds, Pollard, Pettus & Co., 136 do; Blakemore, Mayo ures There 1s some Improvements m quahty, but the 6 hhils Tennessee leaf and lugs at 9 so, 8 7o, 8 4o, 8, THE ANDERiON ScHOOL oF NATURAL HISTORY.an mterest of so much tmportance. For although & Co., 54 do Drew & Deon, do; Sawyer, Wall .. ce & great bulk IS sttll confined to the low and common 7.ro, 6.70. 4 hhds Illinots leaf and lugs at xa, S.9o, ANorHER GIFT.-The Anderson School of Natural Hts 1t hves and prospers, as these figures conclustvely de Co 95 do Thos Hoyt & Co. 3 do<; E M. Wnght grades of cutting, trash and lugs. The few fine hhds 6 40,6.40 tory at Penekese has receiVed an?ther valuable g1ft, monstrate, t t IS not to be denied tb:lt it has been sen.zo Kremelberg f!l' Co,_ 56 do; D J. Garth offered been taken at very full rates, one of whtte The Farrneh' House sold. JoS hhds :-155 hhds Kenwbtch wtll matenally contnbute to tts success Mr.-
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MAY28 Qlckey leaf 2 at $45<;) at I2@1z 7s r:z at Il@II.7_), 38 at IO@IO 7S, 35 aL9@9 go, gat 8 IO@ 8 90, 3 at 7.40 @7 8o. 79 hhds do lugs 4 at 8 20 @ 86o; 43at 7@790; 31 at 6@6go, Io at 515@590 24 hhds do lugs and ttash. 8 at 7@7 95 6 at 6@6.6o; 6 at s os@S 90, 4 at 4 20@4 6o 9 hhds do trash I at 9; I at 6.30 ; 7 at 5 30@5 6o. I bhd Tennessee lugs at 6 70 The Exchange House sold 202 hhds and 17 boxes 196 hhds Kentucky and trash r at so 2 at 17 so, I7 2S, 2 at IJ 25, 12 25 4 at u@u so, 24 at IO@Io 76, 27 at 9@9 go, 30 at 8 @ 7 g5, 49 a t 7@7 go: 3g at 6@6 go; I8 at 5 @5.go I box do leaf at II 3 hhds Ind1ana !elf!' and lugs at 7 So, 7, 5 70, r6 boxes do leaf nd lugaJat 4@7 90. 3 hhds Tennesse leaf at 8.9C1, 7 7 20. Tbe House sold I77 hbds -Io4 hhds Ke$cky leaf: I at $IS; 7 at 8@I4 25, I at I3 so. I at l2J1 18 at 8.IO@I5 j I at II 7S, 2S at 7 30 @II.75, 2 at 10.25, Io.so; 12 at 9 zo@ro 7S 2 at 9, 9So, 14 at 8@9 70, IJ at 8@8 90, 6 at 7.90@ 8 Io, 1 at 7 90 62 hhds do lugs I2 at 6@S, 2 at 7, tS at 6@7 So, gat 6 ro@6 Ss, 3 at 5 2o @ 7 40 2I at S zo@ 6 so, 3 at s@6, 4 at s IS@S 6o 4 hhds do trash at 4 8o @SSS 4 hhds MISSOUri leaf at 7 90@20 3 hhds Ind1ana lwgs at 5 30@6 90 The Kentucky Tobacco Assoc1at1on sold II6 hhd5 and 2 boxes Kentucky leaf, lugs and trash 2 at $17, 121 2 at II@ll 25, 3 at Io@t0.75, 7 at g@g 90, 26 at 8@S so, 30 at7@7 90,30 at 6@6 90, rs at 5 2S@S 90, I at 4 7S 2 boxes do trash at 4 95, 4 20. NASHVII LE, T:aNN, May I6 -Messrs J M Car sey, Son & Co, of the Cap1tol Warehouse, report as follows Our sales th1s week were satisfactory The market was firm and steady ancf prev1ous pnces were fully sustamed on all grades. We sold 287 hhds, as follows $Iz 25, II 6s, II 2s, II 20, II ro, uro, II ro, li.Io, II1 II1 II1 II1 II1 II, II, II, IO 9S1 IO 9S1 10 951 IO go, IO go, 10 90, IO 901 10 901 10 901 IO 90, IO go, IO So, Io.So, ro Ro, 10 So, IO So, 10 So, r o lk:, IO 7 5, 10.75, IO 751 10 7S1 10 757 IO 7S1 IO 751 IO 7S> IO 751 10 7S1 10 7S1 10 6o, IO 6o, IO 601 IC' 6o, IO 6o, IO 60, 10 60, 10 SO, 10 SO, 10 S01 IO SO, IO S01 10 50, 10.401 10.40 10 401 10 40, 10 40, IO 401 IO 30, 10 30, JO 30, IO 30, IO 30 10 30, IO 25, 10 2S1 10.251 T O 2S, 10.25, 10 :o!S1 10 201 IO 20, IO 201 IO 201 10 20, 10 101 10 IO, to Io, ro ro, ro, ro, ro, ro. Io, Io, to, to, ro, ro, 101 IO 101 IO, 10, 10, IO, 10, 10, IO, IO, JO, 10 IO, IO, 9 90 9 90, 9 90, 9 90, g 90, 9 90, 9 90, 9 90, 9 90, 9 go.S g So, 9.8o,' 9 So, 9 So, 9 75, 9 7S, 9 75, 9 75,9 7(/j, g 70, 9 70,9 70, 9 6o, 9 6o, 9 6o, g 6o, 9 6o, 9 30, 9S 9, 9SO, 9 so, 9So, g so. 9 so, 9 so. 9 so, 9 so, 9 so, 9 SO, 9 40, 9 40, 9 30, 9 30, 9 30, g 30 9 30, 9 30 9 9.25, 9 25, g 9 :rs, 9 2s, g 25, g 25, 25, 9 2 S 9 20, 9.10, 9.1o, 9 10, 9 ro, 9 to, 9 to, g, g, g, 9 9, S 9S S 90, 8 go, S 90, S So, 8 So, S So, S So, S 7S1 8 75, 8 7S, 87 5, 8 75, 8 7S1 8 7S, 8 70, 8 70, S 6o, S 6o, 8 SS S.so, s so, s so, S .40, s 40, 8 40, s 40, 8 40, s 40, s 40, 8 30, 8 30, S 2S, S 20, S zo, 8 20, 8 20, S 10, S.Io, 8.to, 8 Io, S, S, S, 8, 7.go, 7 go, 7,go, 7 go, 7 So, 7 So, 7 So, 7 75, 7 6o, 7 so, 7 so, 7 so, 7.50, 7 40, 7 30, 7 2s, 7 2s, 7, 7 7.20, 7 ro, 7 10, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 6 go, 6 90,6 So, 6 So, 6 So, 6 So, 6 7S 6 7S 6 70, 6 6o, 6 6o, 6 6o, 6.6o, 6 6o, 6 6o, 6 6o, 6.6o, 6 so, 6 so, 6 so, 6 so, 6 so, 6 so, 6.so, 6 40, 6 40, 6 40, 6 40, 6 40, 6 so, 6 2S,'6 2S, 6 2S, 6 20, 6 20, 6 20, 6 ro, 6 1 o, 6, 6, S 90, 5 So The premmms offered by the merchants of Nashv1llc for the fi( st and second best handled crops of tobacco were awarded oo yesterday There were J 7 crops emtered and, after carefully exammmg tne samples, the Jutlges awarded the first premmm to W1lham Stnnger.of Robertson County. Tenn and the second preJuum to Ehph Sut tle, of S1mpson County, Ky Mr Stnnger's crJ p con s1sted of 2 hhds-one leaf and one lug hhd The leaf bhd sold for $12 zs, and lug hhd for $roper IOO lbs, and were bought by Col. J no H Anderson and sh1pped to Messrs Edward M Wnght & Co, New York, who are the largest "receiVers of tobacco from th1s market Mr Suttle's crop consisted of 2 hhds leaf and I hhd lugs, and sold foc 11 25, ro 75 and g so per roo lbs These five hhds sold greatly above ''hat they would have brought 1f they had been handle d m the ordmary way, as d1d all the tobacco ente1ed for the premiUms. NEW ORLEANS, May 14 -\Ve report as f ollows There has been very httle dowg for the past three weeks, the scarcity of freight : ro om .ratmg agamst any movement of >mportance 1 he sales were 66I hhds of wh1ch 3 sold at 12 3 c, z, s, I at 12, I at I1 g, 41 31 21 3 at II 1 I 51 at 1 3, at IoYz Sat 10.), g at Io, I at 9Yz The stock on sale IS estimated at I4 400 hhds We quote Lugs at S to 9c, Low Lea f at 9 to Io, Medmm at IO to II, Good at II to 12, and Selections at 12 to I8c. Arnved smce the ::sth ult7s 07 5 hhds cleared smce the 25 ulto g6 hhds for Bremen and 9 d o for Hamburg. Stock m hand and on shipboard not cleared on the 13 mst, I8 336 hhds. Manufactured has been dull w1th a good stock We quote No r, lbs, extra fanc y 7S to Ss, fine 65 to 7o, fine 6o to 65, good medmm 55 to 6o, med1_ urn so to ss, common sound 4S to so, gold bars 12 mch, 6 oz, 7 oz and 4 oz accordmg to quanhty 55 to 7 5, med1 urn and com unsound 30 to 40, half pound bnght 45 to 6o, do black sweet 46 to 4S, No I ss and 10 dark black sweet 45 to so, navy lbs 4S to so, navy 3ds 45 to so, fancy styles natural leaf, tw1st paacake, etc 6o to So. Arnved smce 25th 11lt 2,s36 pkgs Wednesday, May 21 -We report as follow$ The sales have been 27S hhds, of which S more sold at 12 r r6c, and 7 and 20 at I 1 c, the rest bemg on pn vate terms The arnvals were r,S9s hlo!ds; cleared for Bremen, 223 hhds, for Liverpool ro hhds. Stock on hand and on shipboard not cleared on the 2oth mst, 19,93I hhds. We extract the followmg from the sem1 monthly c1r cular of Mr T. Greenfield, Tobacco Broker, dated New Orleans, May zoth, rS73 I have no matenal change to not1ce m our tobacco market, from that ex1stmg at date of my last report of 3oth ult. With no fretght room for any of the Regte ports an mconstderate amount, and dear rates to the open ports, the demand has bten confined to the wants of the c1ty trade, and to spec!alues, as Afncans, and spmners and saucers, wh1ch are. scarc e m the crop, and buyers have Wisely concluded to p1ck them up when offered and await the chance of shipment L1ght descnpt10ns have been neglected and w1th the limited amount taken for the c1ty trade and New York, the sales have been confined to the mo1e substantial quaht1es, amountmg smce 3oth ult, to S65 hhds, 359 hhds of which have been for Germany, 350 for Italy, IS f o r New York, g Afncans, ,lO for Antwerp and 102 for C1ty trade. The I ,IOO hhds noted m my two previous reports, the destg natLon of wh1ch was unknown, IS now understood to be for France, to make up the deficiencies m the types A and B of last year's contract. In pnces there IS no change and I renew my last quotations Lugs, low leaf, medtum, Io@ro,!6, 1\ne, u@I2, selec dons, uYz@I3 Balers for Mexican or Plantation use, m hhds, I4@I6, m bales of roo lbs, rs@q, Afn<:ans and Sw1ss wrappers, I2@I3 Regre for France and Italy type A, Regte for France andltaly type B, l<.eg1e for France and Italy type C, 9, Spamsh lugs, 7@ 7 Our receipts smce 3oth uh :!re 5,398 hhds and ihe total SlhCe September rst 1s 2o,s39 hhds agamst I 6,6S6 hhds same time last year. W 1th the exception of IS4 hbds stems mcluded among"them they are all for mspectron. Our stock on sale mcludmg the late re ceipts unsampled 1s I5,183 hhds Abouthalfthisstock 1s composed of Reg1e type C and Spamsh lugs, and the balance except roo Afncans, 100 Gamb1as, and 200 spmners and saucers, IS of Reg1e types A and B. I quote from my circular of July 9, rS72 "The natural advantages bestowed by Providence upon New Orleans, should render 1t the largest tobacco market on the Con.. !.'BE-rr.OBACCO -I.EAPi and that pos1t10n wou l d doubtless be attamt:d were those mJerested to adopt the progressive system that charactenzes modern commerce As each hhd of tobacco sold m th1s market leaves from $1o to f..3o to 1ts cmzens who handle 1t, without the outlay of a dollar for 1ts production, the Importance of attrac;tmg It here must be apparent In this connectwn I would remark that our receipts for the last and thus far for th1s year g1ves that we are regammg the trade diVerted from this pomt dur-mg the war Last year though they were greatly m excess over those of prevwus years, they ''ere less by several thous and hhds than there would have been, had not our factors discouraged shipments as the1r stocks accumu lated, and th1s year from the temporary check to the free moyement of the arucle by the scarctly of sh1ppmg, they will agam be reduced unless a more hberal .Poltcy 1s adopted by our moneyed mstltubons who by advances on warehouse receipts, w1ll enable factors to carry the1r stocks until buyers are enabled to sh1p free ly. The warehouse rece1pts m other markets, espec1ally New York, con sidered ample secunty for three fourths therr value, and as money can always be had upon them, factors are enabled to carry any amount of stock through any temporary lull m the demand, mstead of declmmg consignments, as was the case with our re ce1vers last s.eason Reg1e contracts-The ro,ooo hhds unadJudicated by IU!ly at date of my last, hav e smce been taken by two or three promment contractors Gold I I 7 rs Freights, New York steam, $8 Bremen, steam sss Liverpool, 6os. Antwerp -Hamburg-Manufactured tobacco IS dull. The stock IS ample We quote -No r lbs, edra fancy,)s@8s, fine, 65@ 7o, fine mediU1:11 6o@6s, good mediUm 55@60, med!Uffi1 so@ss, com non, sound, 4S@so gold bars r2 mch, 6 oz, 7 and 4 oz accordmg to quality, S5@7S med1um and commou, unsound, 30 @ 40, half pounds bnght, 45@6o ; do, black sweet, 46@4S, No r, ss and tos dark black, sweet, 45@5o, navy, lbs, 4S@ 5o navv, :;ds, 4S@so, fancy styles, natural leaf, twist, pancake, etc, 6o @8o, The rece1pts were r,I36 pkgs Clfared 498 pkgs PHILADELPHIA, May 22 -Mr A Oppenhe1 mer. Tobacco Broker, reports as follows -Bad ramy weather has effected tradt: con sid erably, but still we are domg some biJsmess The saleos \\ere So cases Con necucut, so cases do seconds, I40 Pennsylvama, 6o cases do fillers, 6o cases Ohw do IOS bales Havana and 17 bales Yara. 325,ooo Imported cigars at from $75@2So perM I,Sso,ooo domestic c1gars at from $13 so@sS perM sh1ppers to Afnca have bought httle lots for export, but manufacturers have purchased only m a reta1l way what was md1spensable 10 them for 1mmed1ate wants fhese transactions were on a bas1s of prev1ous pnces Without any 9uotable change Imports smce rst mst 323 hhds-Dehvenes 47S hhds Stocks 14oo6 hhds, Stock same time last year 20 :tor hhds From Board of Trade returns to 3oth ult JUSt received, the followmg extracts have been taken, from wh1ch 1t w1ll be seen that unmanufactured Tobacco-both for Home Consumption and Export had mcreased dunng fh e first four months of this year, the former say 3 8r roo per cent, and the latter 9 73-Ioo per cent. Im ports of unmanufactured tobacco for the month end1ng Apnl 30th, IS7I, 2,738,4S3 lbs; for the month endmg Apnl Joth, 1S72, r,o6S,o34 lbs, for the month endmg Apnl 3oth, 1873, 3,S97,o1g lbs Four months endmg Aprll 3oth, IS7 1, 1 z,oii,7S7 lbs., four months endmg Apnl 3oth, I8p, 6,8Sg,697 lbs, four months endmg Apnl 3oth, rS73, I3,42o,S92 lbs Horne Con sumptiOn of unmanufactured 'tobacco for the month endmg Apnl 3oth, 31336,7g6 lbs for the mon th endmg Apnl 3oth, rS7i, 3,677 703 for the mon t h endmg Apnl 3oth, IS73, 3,7oz ,r7z lbs Four months endmg Apnl 3oth, IS7r, I31S24,737 lbs four months endmg Apnl 3oth, IS721 34,337,241 lbs four months endmg Apnl 3oth, rS73, 14,6Sr,6SI lbs Exports of uumanufactured tobacco for the month endmg Apnl 3o t h,rS7 I, r,g]Z17I9lbs, for the monthJendmg Apnl3otli, rS72,'I,15415II lbs, for the month endmg April 3oth, I873, I,Ho,sS3 lbs Four months endmg Apnl 3oth, I87I, s,o62,232 lbs' four months endmg Apnl 30th I87z, 4,370,S74 lbs, four months endmg Ap,nl 3otr rS73, 4,o9 I" lbs. Unmanufactured tobacco 1n Bonded Warehouses, to Apnl 3oth, IS7I, 47,344 841 lbs, to Apnl 3oth, rS72, 58,S29 63o, to Apnl 3oth, 1873 53,r2o,6os lbs LONDON, May 8-Messrs Grant, Chambers & Co report as follows 1 here has been rather more acl!v1ty m the Umted States tobacco, dunng the past week, but total sales have not been Important, the trac!e merel y tak.ng sufficient to carry them on unt1l the next Import IS &am pled H olders contmue firm at top :narket rates Kentucky le11f and stnps has been the ch te f growth operated m, for leaf there has been a better demand, and for stnps there has been a moderate enqutry V1r gm1a leaf and stnps have h ad but little attentwn, and operatwns have been upon a hm1ted scale only, fine spmnmg stnps contmue to be sought after 1\berll, from IS6 Michigan Avenue to 4S and so Lake Street. The complete process of ctgat elle manufacture 1s like wise shown here m full cletatl Mr. Adolf Straus, ol Basmghall Street, also t;xhibits a case of cigarettes Mr H W Roberts, q_f 62 Cornhill, shows several cases of h1gh class Havana cigars, which makes Oi!e's mouth water to get at \Ve do not know whether some of these brands possess any exceptwnal charm, but 1f so, we would s1mply remmd Mr Roberts that a ex ammatwn and more mt1mate a:quamtance with the1r particular aromatic flavors a1 e pouits euenhal to the1r due appreciatiOn Messrs Croften & R1ppon have two la rge cases of c1gats, manufactured and unmanufactured tobacco, snuff, ununpressed tobacco Messrs Adkm and Sons, Aldgate, show cut tobacco, Mamlla leaf i,J.nd cigars, black and brown rappers They hold the Mamlla tobacco known as "Her MaJesty's," Imported to th1s country m 1S67, of wh1ch there are samples of leaf and Cigars madre from the same, wh1ch at the pres e n t llme Will be looked upon by the trade as a cunos1ty. Messrs Edwards, Rmger & Co, 90 Redchffe Street, Bnstol, have a case of the1r cel ebrated York returns, birdseye, a nd smokmgm wh1ch 1t 1s drawl'l an d pressed by rollers, the lower roller of a very large diameter 1s faced wllh wood, thus formmg a cylm dncal chopping block, and on 1t the kmfe descends The upper or rollers are smaller, and of metal, they are placed between the feedmg box and the knife,and the bearmg blocks for the1r ends are so fitted that they m ay shde up or down accordmg to the thickness of the feed, and are held do\m w1th a y1eldmg pressure, obtamed by means of we1ghts and leve r s All the roll ers are made to revo lv e simultaneously, and w1th mterm1ttent motwn corte spond1ng with the up strokes 9f 1he kmfe arm, by means of ratchet-wheels, wruch may be changed at pleasure for others with a d1fferent number of teeth, m order to produce the required degree of fineness m the cut A new spmnmg machme, we understand, IS shortly to be added by the same maker. Last, but not least and adJOmmg Mr Legg's stall, 1s that of Messrs La:nbert & only firm wh1ch has kmdly undertaken to m1t1ate the pubhc m t o the mystenes of c1gar makmg and tobacco-manufacture They hkew1se are about to commence showmg the1r process of c1garette-makmg As the process Is pretty well known to our readers, and as no new feature 1s mtroduced, 1t 1s scarcely necessary to say more on this subJect We mwst not om1t to men twn that several firms whose names and figure m the Official Catalogue have not put m an appearance unless t}J.eirlocz sfandz be too obscure to reach the mor tal ken ot our "Special," but th1s, we need scarcely say, IS very Improbable. Thanks to the kindness of Mr. Wtll!am Bragge, Esq, and With the assistance of her MaJesty's Comm1sswners, and one or two pnvate mch VIduals, a large and very valuable collection of vanous pipes, ancient and modern, {rom all parts pf the 'Yorld, IS exh1b1ted, whtch IS exceedmgly mterestmg, and wor thy oi spec1al notice Space, however, will not permit us to say more of th1s subJeCt wh1ch w1ll be reserved for our next month's 1ssue \Ve have endeavNed to gtve a full and fa1thful report of all there 1s to be seen m the tobacco exhiLUwn, and our readers will, we are sure, agree with us that It falls very far short of what might have been expected from so large and mfluent1al a trade. LEGAL TENDERS -The of the Treasuryhas JUSt decided that all mmor coms, such as the one, three and five cent mckles, are a legal tender up to twenty five cents. Th1s deciSion applies to old and forthcom mg Issues. Heretofore the hmlts_ has been fixed at four cents. To SPECIAL INTERNAL REVENUE fAX PAYERS.The followmg mstructwns f r om CommiS!IIoner Douglalls, are Important to spec1al tax payers "Collectors will not require the statement m form No u, revised, to be sworn to by spec tal tax payers, except .where the returns cover only a fractwnal part of a year, and w1ll note tb 1s modijicafton on sa1d forms before d1stnbutmg them. As form No It has already been sent to nearly all the par Ies !table to speci a l revenue tax, the above IS published or the mformatwn of th,?se receLvmg them Adverttsements. WANTED A Young Man as A ss1stant Book Keeper, and to m.ak h1mself renerally useful One who hu beca 10 the Cigar Buatoeu preferred Address P 0 Box 4400 430 rt TO LET -FRONT UFF!CE o n 2d Floor of BROAD STREET mth TOBACCO SAMPLE ROOM ADJOINING AppJw to SAW' YER, WALLACE & CO J 42 If WE hereby _gwe nottce that we are the manufacturers of the LITTLE h h 1BAREFOO r Ctgar, an d the propnetors of the Ltttle Barefoot Brand w 1C sduly copyrighted accordmg to act of Congress Any person or r' sons using the same, wtll be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the Jaw. pe 4>9-31 AUERBACH & MENDERSON COPE'S TOBACCO PLANT-A MONTHLY JOURNAL Ior Publ1hed at No 10 Lord Nellon atroet, LiTerpoo1 Eng .. U.ud where eubscnpttoDs m&y be addresaed1 or &o Ule TOD.looo L-.... O.nc:&. Pr1ce two 1Wlling1 (English) per allllum Trade Advertisements 20 sb> llingo per IDeh. No adnriloemfor a Phorter period than BU. montha. 1lachine17 tor &.I.e, Buaw ... Addrea ses A nnouneem.ent11, &c Ia tter JiDe. Ko tor Adftri:lal.og wW be coD otderP.d 'Oole &ctlompanied by llut cM:nepondJDc lllllOIIDI. Thllr rule wil In variably be ad herod to.. FOREIGN D1JTIE8 TOBA.C<:O; In Austna, France. Italy the tobacco commerce 1a mouopoUze d by government. ander direction of a Regte In Germaay the dut on can leaf tobacco ts 4 thalers per 100 lba. Ia Belgi11m. the impost {. reckooed after de
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' TBE ri'OBA.CVO L EA.F. ""THE VlllGINU -TOBACCO AGENCY, SPENCE, BROTHERS &. CO., ESTABLISHED IN 1836, BY CHARLES M. CoNNOLLY. MANUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED DOHAN, CARROLL & CO., TOBACCO CONNOLLY &. co., COXMISSION MERCHANTS IN AMBROSIA, .And VariouB other Bratula of Fine-Cut Chewing & Smoking Tobaccos, C 0 M M I S S I 0 N M E R C H A N T S, 104 FRONT STREET, 62 and. 64 EAS'l' 'l'm:aD S'l'UE'l', ltJA'W 28 X. Y. OommJ:sston ltlereh-.:L BULKLEY MOORE CO. VIRGINIA Tobacco Commi.ssion Kerchanta Aecjp .. teaf and :Manufactured Tobacco, !I 45 WATER STREET, NEW YORK. -CINCINNATI, O M. J DOHAN, } w { TH0s. cARROLL, ALEX. FORMAN. .._. ]NO. T TAITT. \V erespectfully call the attention of the trade to the following Standard Brands of Manufactured Tobacco : Being loc'ated at the GREAT LEAF MARKET for CUTTING ToBACCO, OUr facilities for supplying the TRADE with ALL GRADES OF A[ents for the followin[ Well-known Vir[inia Manufacturers : POUNDSI I AND 12 INCH. WINK SAP, GOLDEN 5EAL, GALLEGO, PHEMIU.lll, FOUR At;E, REDM8RE, HENRY <-0. TWIN SISTERS, T.I.LLY RO I ROYk!.. S'J 1tNDARD, .... BRICHT AND DARK-4s, 6a, AND T -liCKS. 1'1VIQ,UE, PE.UlL, DEW D op BO.RODlNA, PEABODY, "M'ATER LILY, DIABE!I, BLACKB RD' 'JEA K.L'ITG, YACHT CLUB, .&PROPOS, TWISTS-12, 9 AND 6 INCH. GAME COCK AND HENRY .::0. ROt:GH AND REA.)Y IN DRL"MS. Oi)LLll VARDEN, llABLE BONA "'IDE, CH. oll'IIP.A.GNE, FOUR i\1...:, AU-FA.o.(', BENSO.N & BON!IIS, GREQO!'YS, Dl VER \'ON, ete. FANCY LU;:HT PaESSED, etc. EL DORADO, ESl\IER.\...DA, PIGMY, OPTIM. ol, L l. llOS. J., BUFFALO C"i..PS P .<\.lll C.olKE, GOLDEl .hODS, GOLD ete.' And a large assortment of other brands in I I and 12 inch lbs. Dark and Bright, t 45, ss xos. Double Thicks and Fancy T obaco, to which we inv ite the ot the tra'de. BOWNE e& FRITH, 7 BURLING SLIP, NEW YORK Tobacco Coauuission Mer'chants d Sole Proprietors of the Celebrated Brands of Smoking Tobacco: Boney Bee, Early Dew, Prairle B1oesom, Red Powli&tta E!lterpriae, Old XIIDtuck, Old LO Cabin, Cow Slfp, Poneer of the West, Sunny South, Our Brand, HoneyDew. Aloo Sole A!!"'li! for the United Stateo for :J.P. HAWKINS & CO.'S GOLD PLAKE, I jAMES M. GARDINER, CHARLES .:M. CO!INOl.l.Y. M. GARDINER. & co: -, TOBACCO CODISSION MERCHANTS, 84 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK, tlre, direct from VIRGINiA and.NORTH CAROl.JNA, consi"n of LEAF, MANUFAOTURED and SMOKING Tobaccos. 6 Po C. UJII)&. G. F. LINDH.. C. C. HAMILTON. S. MARCOSO R Jl.SHCROPT. NEW}YORK. Tobat)t)O case by case, as to n umbe r of Ce rtifi ate 11' B --IF. c-5 gwen o r every and delivered eat so 11t .Afercha nts o-w1z Stores F. C. LINDE & CO PRINCIPAL OFFICE-le'V'O:::I1. aud Wlll, 10 future put up tha t Tobacco ,,.W. H. JONES, Propr'etor, :Formerly of and Successor to J'. P.' IIawkins & Co lUCHEY a "'JONIF ACE, Sole Agents 86 FBONof ST. NEW 'YORK CITY Blakemore, Mayo & co., JOSEPH Q.UIN, CHAs .,, .,LL,,. TOBAC AND COTTON :1 QU'Il'f tk CO., COMMISSION MERCKANTS, 41 BROAD ST., No. 39 Broad Street, B&lonab1e AdT&nces -made I N E w y a R K NEW YO!BK; on Shipmcnto. j G. F .A.LK-d: BRO., LEAF AND HAVANA TOBACCO, I 7 I 'WATER STREET, NEAR BuRLING SuP, NEW YORK. G. FALK. A. FALK. TOBACC. O LABELS, For Smoking and Manufactured Tobacco, i'URNISH&D. B\" 'l'HE HATCH LITBOOBAPBIC COMPANY, RAP HERS,' .& 34 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. W. TATGE:NBORST, THOMAS IIN:NICUTT, T 0 B A C C 0 .K.eotaeky aod Virg.inia-sunn Leaf Tobacco 88 IUIOAD STREET, l'lo. 52 Broad Street, NEW YORK. NEW OUTHRIE & CO.; ,.GERARD, BETTS &. CO.,., OKKISSION MERCHANTS, GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, J.lnl .A.ND Commission Merchants, "..''B.&OOO ;rRII88JIR8, preeoed In bales for the West Indieo and Ports, and other market.: ';'OLD SLIP. I A D CHOCKLEY CftwldoodromllallnveP No. 191 PEARL STREET, New York l 1 Dumoat:cC!ptatab!o9oml!.!.9'?: JOIIlf tftiUn'Oil, ao110 STOBX. 8 made thereon. ROTTERDAM, HOLL.AN.D. 74 FBONT St1 eet. KREIIELBERG & CO., 16o PEARL ST., New YoRK. J. D. KREIELBERG & CO., B!I.LTIMORE, Mo. KREIELBERG, SCHIEFER & CO. NEW ORLEANS, LA. mACCO MIBCBAITS. M. H. LEVIN, IMPOB.THB OP HAVDl And Dealer in e.ll of I.:Z_.'1!' T O::BAC CO, 162 PEARL ST., NEW YORK "CHAS.'F. TAG & SON, Importer! ol SP .ANISH, and Dealers Jn all kinds of LEAF TOBACCO, 184 Front Street, NEW YOU. S. REISMAN.N & CO AND DB.U.EBB IN ltl.KD8 o LEAF TOBACCC 179 PEARL STREE"":", PIM and C'edar st..U, us'9.&.V BzteXAJm, t Q ltR!UtJ.( i N. LACBENBRUOH & BRO., No. 164 Water Street, New York, WHOLRSALit DK:ALKRS lN HAVANA & DOMESTIC Leaf lrJ;Io bacco. B & G .FRIEMD & CO D.EAT..ERS IN Leaf Tobacco, J.liAIDEN LAKE, .EDWA.RD J!'R.ILu;, } Gus. ltiE'"' YORK. llJDWABDFJU:END.J&, V" M. WESTHEIM & CO., PACURS OJ' Seed-Leaf and Importers of Havana Tobacco, 17'7 Pearl Street, NEI\V VOR.IL E. M. ORA WFORD & CO., TOBACCO A.ND 168 WATER STREET, NEW YOKK, H ..., ""oale ..U klDda orLe&t Tobacco for Export and Cor Home use, U'l''l'ltW.Mi & jjJ1UT.t1Ktt, KENTUCKY LEAF TOBACCO,_ 46 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK. --------------------WILLIAM M. PRICE l!u. lEAF TOBACCO', 119 lllaiden Lane, W01. PRICE, ( J W A JAYNE. r NEW YORK JOB. MAYER'S SONS, .UW llBAU .. Ill l2fl....:.. W .AT Ell BXBBEX, New York. -SPliCER BROS. & CO CODISSION DRCRAE''l'S, Dealers in Lea:f Tobacco No. '7 5 Maiden Lane, NEW YORK. T H SPENCER. C. C. SPENCER. A. SPENCER. H. H. CLARK & BRO., LEAF TOBACCO BROK.ERS,

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II.&Y 28 JlCOBBIIIILL, ;>J MARTIN & JOHNSON, MA NUFACTURER OF -CIGAR :BOXES, PALMER & seaVILLE, llli'GB'rBB.S Oll' SPARJIB, C Aim JO.BBBat! OJ' ALL ltiND8 01' 166 WATER STREET, Tobacco Commission Merchants, r SUPERIOR MAKE AND Prime Quality of CEDA.B WOOD. ALSO, DEALER .IN CJER.MAN 293, 296 & 297 Monroe St., NEW" Y ORK. WK. .AGNEW & BOBS. 'tobacco and Oommissio:n 1184. and gse Front .. NEW YOBK. HAVB O N SALE ALL Leal Tobacco fur Export aid Homa Ia Leaf Tobacco baled iu any p ackap 'lie press for export. ''LA :FER:ME." !. IIILIJNGTOif & ECDIIBI, 4 8 B ROAD STREET, AND : '48 NEW STREET, I SOLE AGENTS FOR. La Ferme R112sian Cigarettes. DAVIDSOR H AVAN A and SEE D LEAF TOBACCO, loiS Water Street, Near Maide n L ane NEW YORK. Chas, T. Seymour IMPORTER :Of v .l And Dea ler i n eJt LeJd 189 Pearl street. Ne wYor k M. W. MENDEL & ano. ... Segars & Leaf Tobacco, 190 .f'EABI. STREE:r. New Y ork, Leaf Tobacco. Old Connerticut Oltl State Seed TYrappers, The Finest Havmza Wrappers and Fillers. H. COLELL, I 172 Water Street, New York. READ & Co., SuccESSORS TO IsAAC R EAD, UOMMISSION MERCHANTS, D ealer s in Virginia and West ern Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco, LiMrice, G um etc., 1St Old Slip, 1\Tew 1rork. FOR THE SALE OF ALL.THE STANDARD BRANDS OF YIR81NIA & NORTH CAROLINA m IINOPACTURBD & SMOKING TOBACCOS Agents for the following well-known V irgi nh\ and N Car oli n a M a nufacturers: '--'-ROBERT W. OLIVER, 'Kichmon d Va. I WllVGFIELD & LAWSON, Ric hmond, Va. JOSEPH SCHEIDER D. C. HAY.O & CO., Richmond, Va W 0 1'iAGK & INGRAM, Mead8ville, Va. W ]. GENTRY & CO Richmond, Va. W DUKE, Durham, :If. C MAY O & KP!IGHT, R i c hmond, Va. R. T. FAUCETT, Durham N C DEALER I N HARDGROVE, P O LLAR D & C O., R ichmond, Va. COOPEil. & WILLIAMS, Oxfo r d, N 0 LE a;:F TOB 1,& ceo, The is c alle d t o B r a n ds : Virainia B eaut i o s P. P.'s whol e Caddies' Old Ned' s Choice,-. )is, Ms, P P's. Virgini a Beauties, 3S, 48, a n d I.f.S. n. c. Mayo & Co., Navy lbs. 213 PEARL STREET' and -"s D.C.ld:ayo&Co., Navy, Xs,and )i"s, P P. inwhole, S allie Willie, ll and 3Plu1l'wist -X, a nd)( caddies. Sallie Willie, Flg. D. C. Mayo & Co., 3s, 45, a n d tos. ltT.''II!'Ift'P .:ro tallllJll' Invincibl e W. J Gentry & Co., Navy, )(s, P. P's, ... .a,.a,. Orien ta l F ig, m ti n C o lt -" l b fancy. and long IO's. L.., ______ _::=.;=..:.,:._.=,.,;;;;;,;;;;;.;;,;;;.;;;;;.... __ Charm, 6-i ncb Twist, i n tin foil X cad.diea. Ma}o & Knigh t, Navy, K s )!s, .J{s, P. P's & loa g xos. RM NH BATJER & B RO Charme r, 6 and u inch twist.. d ..,. lb HE A L u sciO u s W eed, JI-tilc h plu g. SM:OXIKG, i n bags of IS, J{s. J(s, a'R 115 5 ., O h as. Henry Jr., 9-i nch lirht p r essed. ., ,. Gol d B u g. Virginia's Choice A m b rosia, lbs. Gold Medal. lxion. COHMIS810N .ME!!CIUN TlL Olivor'-s Gh oice lbs. Olive. Rose. & -._D ..,,...POR'l'ERS OJ' Old Ken t u ck, lbs. Caeyque. Star. A.IU. Rew a r d of I ndustry, lbs Ol iver's Choice. Vi rgin ia BeU.e. CLAY P IPES Harves t P. P's. Duke's Durham.. Dandy Lion. Farme r l C h oice, Ms, )is P. P's. D u rltam NEW-YORL. attention give n t o p ut ting u p s pec ial brands for SOLE u se o f o w n e rs. LOBENSTEIN & IMPORTER S OF PRES S:B:S, S TRAP S I}.AND CUTTERS, 101 :ELAIDEN LAml, NEW YOU. FOX, DILLS & 00., SUCCESSORS TO EGGERT, DILLS AND C O MPA..NY. IMPORTERS OF SPANISH AND PACKERS OF DOMESTIC LEAF TOBACCOS. 1 7 5 -wATER STREET, NEw Y o R K LEVY T. H. M: ESSE N G E R & C 0 IMPORTERS AND :PEALERS I N 'J:AF 'I'O:S.A.CCO, CIC.A.B.S, .A.:n.cJ., :M:a:n. 'Ufao't-ure:rs' &u.ppllee. PASTE LICORICJil, I TONQ,U A BEANS, I SE.,LING WAX, WDERED L IUORIVIIl, EXC:EL!li O R KNIVES, FLAVORING EXTRACT 161 .NJAIDEN LANE. CIGAR MOUL D PRESSES & STRAPS. A. & .:r Z! .R 0 e MANUFACTURERS OF Cigar C utters<& all other :Machinery for Manufaotnring Cigars; IMPORTERS OF GERMAN CIGAR MOULDS. 57,59, & .61, Lewis St., bet. Delancy& Rivington, :JI N:E'W YORK.. e H. W. :Bal:CBS, MANUFA CTUR E R OF .CIGAR. BOXES, AND U IPORTER OF GERMAN CIGAR -IGULDS, J).JLU.D lA' Ci[ar-M&nld PresstlS, Stravs and Cutters, 263 SOUTH STREET, N. Y: J. SCHMITT & CO JULIAN ALLEN ,t. :l :all:a:n u1"ao'tu.rer& or l IMPORTERS O F & DEALERS IN SeedLeaf and Havaoal -c::J:J:G...&..E&S Leaf Tobacco 7 S Bo-wery Ne-w York. 172 WATER STREET; t".:.;;:. KAUFMANN imos. & BONDI MANUFACTURERS OF FINE HAVANA & DQMEST I C TOBACCO. LEAAFEns '51 :MA%DB1V I.AK!I, 1\Tew .1r No. 6 BURLINC SLIP, EUCEN E -u BOla ... NEA.n wATER-sTREET, f. L. GA88:BB'tl 11. L J f :T J. L. a.ASsmrr & o., Commissson .,. Merchant .. aPIJJQA&!< .. ..... @PrYGARN 197 Doone s tr e e t -A. !T I!:TN, \ 1\T o, \OV7' 1U" .flo !P 11-,..-. .II. W ASSEBlltAN. .J:) V Q ll 'V ll J&.o Ciaar .ma.nuf:wturers DQ.rticul: .\tly favored. I'OR 'fB1I ULII 01' r, COMMISSION Leaf, ANDnuumsmALtEINDao T 0 D Jl. C C U' ROBRT E. KELLY It, CQ. L f T b 'Ill FBONT St., Yor& 34 BEAVE:& S'l':&EET, NEW YOlii, O F 8'1'. L O U I S Mo. l e a 0 aCCO; Jtan .. e.ctarea Tobacco of Ill! 8tyleo and Qa&lltl-. 6 IMPORTERS OF Dealers in all kinds Of No. 16;::::r :::e:NN;:, York. !Y!!d LEAF, LEAF TOBACCO, D. & A. -BENRIMO, "SUPERIOR DE JOSE MARIA VICHOT, FRIEDMiN & OETTINGER, IMPORTER OF 147 WA.'rlilR S'r., NEW YOU. BAVARA LBAF KEY wEsT wALTER, FRIEDMAN & FREI_SE, A N D O F THE BRAN D O F LE,u'AD DUI.DSF c::-:. L::-:. D:EG::.N::H::AR::DT. CICARS RITICA," W J HOODLESS, 111 CO IMPORTERS OF tH W.ATEBB'l'B:IIBT,. Nl!W-YORK, LEINKAUF & POLLAK, I ., ., HA VA Jli A r222 Pearl St, New York. J'.-.._ : w.ACTuREas o F ;NATIONAL DOMJsTtcD LEA;;SITOBAcco. A. oATMAN, .. ... ATHAM TOBAcco INsPEcTioN, REET .. -ET, 15, 11, 19, :n, 23 .t z Whitehall street, 2,03 PEARL ST H. J. LBINJWn', NEW YORK. i ( -NEW YORK CITY. Commission Merchant&, Dol:-.SMOKING BRANDS: oki!'g, J osel'h G D ill, Gipsy Queen (&sf;g..'lt), I SDWidn g Joseph G DIU, Aa t it bean L. HIRSCHORN. & 00. c F.ATM.AK &:. co AI--t8 otton and Tobacco Alm I' actors, L I A' T (!) B A(!((:([)), A.ND COM}IUSSION M FRCHAN1'St 8g WATER STREET, '70 A; BR0..\0 STREBT Ne a r Wall Street, NEW YORK SAWYER, W.U,LAOE &
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6 sea Philadelphia Btelnl!", Smltla BJ!IOII. a KDecht, '- ALL am. or -rq:a.a.ooo, .....,. .. ......,.-....,.. r ... Dealer"' mg,.... n& RACE &TRBBT,. STE W ART MAR KS, R ALPH & CO., Manufactu rers of Scotch AND FINE CIGARS, N"o. 116 .lilT., ilobert Stewart, Jameo P. Marko, Aleuoder Ralph, W. Wood;ide, Samuel A. H endrickson. TEI.I.ER BROS., P a c kers, Commission Merchants, and Wholesale Dealers in Po:reip aud Leaf' Tobacco, 117 North Third Street. Philadelphia. .; L. BAMBERGER & CO., DIWJIBs Ji :L,_E A F B A"O. C 0., And Manufacturers of all Orades 0f Cigars, l\lo. 3 _N. Water St., Philadelphia, Pa. r :WOODW A.RJ), GAB B ETT & CO., (Successors t o Woodward, :Bro. 6G Co.,> l TO:SA.CCO aad Gene ral COl'llltiSSION l'llEllClL\NTS, DB North W a t: e:r S t: o.nd32 Nort:bDelnw-a:ro A venue, Pblla. SOLE EASTER:-f AGENTS' FOR B. Bollorook, Jr' Celebrated "MONITOR" Navy, lbs. and 3ds.; also his Golden Banner, Fl.flng Top [ Ga11ant and Ua.ion Jack Navies,lbs. and 3ds. S ; II. C. Holbrook! Celebrated Henrietta" Navy, lbs. and 3ds. Clariatla..a.' a A tlaatic Golden Navy, lbs. and gds. ; al!o, his Bright Pounds, Pine Apple Sweet C aven dish and Pocket Pieces, AIJ.eghany Navv. '< 'f Pride of the Valley,'" Brt: s's and,. Golden Flake" (light pre e r c1t Vo.' s Superior Roulf'h and Ready Twists, 6 and 1210. OKI Q TOBACCOs .:...z. ;J & Co.' "Pride of Durham. r. orr &:; So.au, Gold "EureP" Durham, 'oz "'oz 8 o z. and a 6 oz.. Baltimore A.dvertisem.eots. -r:--A BOYD & CO., I WHOLESALE DEALERS I N IANDPACTDm AND LBAP .TOBACCO, CI&ABS, &C., !: j 33 SOUTH BALTIMORE. THOS. 'V. CROJ!IER.I H. WILKENS & CO., MoNuMENTAL ToBAcco, WORKS, No. 181 WEST PiATT STiEET, BALTIKOU, :u:B.YLA.ND, MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCOS. M FALK, & ,CO., 1 43 Wat e r S treet, New York. G EO, KERt;;KHOFF. GEO. P VNVEltZAGT. GEO. KERCKHOFF & 00.; DEALERSIN COIOO:CTICUT, HAVANA AND YARA LEAF TOBACCO,. AND MA.Nt1F:AC'r'C7UBS 0!' CIGARS. No., 49 S. CHARLES STREET, BALTIMORE. FRED'K \VtLKHNS \ FRE"D' K KLJER G GIE SKE. ED. GIESKE&NIEMANN AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS eg South Charles St., near Pratt Baltim.ore, Md. HOF.FMAN, LEE .t CO., TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 63 E:z:ch&nge :Pl&ee, Baltimore, Kd. WE authorize SIGHT DRAFT for amount ofT AX with BILL OF LADING a ttached. to D r aft, a n d wili make further CASH a dvances on receipt of Tobacco. TOBACCO FACTORS And Commission Merchants, 78 South Charles St.,Baltimore, Md. w I DRESEl co., ; 87 G..A Y STREET, BALmqu, la)., : TOBAdOO GOmSSION DRCHAB.TS. / e SOUTHERN AND WESTERN ADVERTIS EMENTS. RICH.ARD MALLAY. JAMESMALLAY. Menry Besud e n & B r o R :MALLAY & BRO DEALERS oll Deale r s tn LEAF TOBACCO, LEAF TOBACCO, I 16 and 1 17 West Front_ St 161. 163, & 165 Pearl S t ret, Between R&ee aad Elm, \OORNER OF E: :14 S'l:REET1 ) omcmmATI. o. S. LOWENTHAL a 00. MANUFACTURERS: OF FrNE CIGARS, AND DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, I NO. WEST THIRD STREET, 1 CINCINNATI, OHIO. STRA.SSER & CO., KROHN, FEISS & CO., (Successors t o LOUI S STRASSER,) MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS, MANUFACTURERS OF AND DCALBllS IN LEAF, PI.t1G, AND SKOXING 'l'OEA.CCO, IIAYas Hartford A.d v ertisem. cm:fA!I. CASSIUS WELLES. I C. WELLES ct. CO., 1W .OONN. SEED LEAF TC.EI.A.OOO. 154 State S treet, HA.BTPOBD, CO!Qio_ B. & z. K Seed-Leaf i 'I'O:.OACCO, 16 Market Street, Hartford, Cenn. WI\ WESTPHAL, COlDIISSIOll liERCB.A.NT ..t.nd Inaler In COifiECTICIIf SEED LEAF Tobacco; State S t. Hartford. C o nn. A. L. & F SISSQ II, ; Packers and De<>.lers in CONNECTICUT SEED LEAF TOBACCO, No. 134 MAIN STREET, Hartford, Conn. -q WOODWORTH 4 STRONC:1 Dealers In LEAF TOBACCO, :No .. 21'7Statest., HAJlTFOBD, CT. Smokers' Art1lc; and Imu. Havana Cigars l"'f I G A R S, SOUTHWEST COil FIFTH 1110 WALNUT STS., '-J :1:1 CINC.lNNATJ:. OHIO. R. A. CHAPMAN, DIU.LDIN Q! Connecticut Seed Leaf Tobacco. 53 West Fourth Street, MORRIS & REIDJ LEA F TOBACCO CINCINNATI, OHIO. E AST HARTFORD; L. W. GUNTHER,' GENERAL GarrardS.Watta, Jameo A.Goclcl COMMISSION MERCHANT, G. s. WA'l'TS & co., AJ!ID TOBACCO FACTOR. go LOMBARD STREET, T0BAC001 C O II MISS I ON MERCHANTS adv ance m e n b made on to my 61 E h Plaoe 1 address. / %0 ance B. F. P ARLET'l\ t!c CO : BAl. TIMORE, MD. O jJier J-.. ........ Tol>aa:oo. A.. H. THEOBALD, lU.XVU.OTO&D 0. .ALL ,,. .L,.DDUI.&BIJII' B:P.A.NISH .A.ND DOM:118TIO em CbcWill SIU11f, Me9PSChaum and Brier Pipes, W ,-. T1d:rd lllld Papl&r Ita PIIJiaclel]Jhla, .. ILADEL.l"HJ.A I.Nl!IPEOTXOKLE.A.F 'TOBA..OCO. MAN'UFACTURBRS OP' THR "GOLD KEDALI' and "LOiD liY:B.ON'' CIGA.iS. u-Special Brands to order, '"till A. ALBRECHT. L. SCHRODER. ALBRECH T & SCHRODER 'Nholesale Dealers in HAVANA .,_ AND Seed Leaf Tobacco 18 BALTIMORE, MD. IARBURQ BROTHERS MANUFACTURERS OF SIIOIING TOBACCO, 146, U7 1: U9 S, Cbarlea Street, BALTIMORE.' MD. SOLEYANUFACTVJU:BSOFTHE CELEBJU\TED &:Ell .A.%.. <;) F NORTH CAROLINA. .. ,.. 0 .. M'-NUFACTURED OF SELECT Pure North Oarolina. Lea, :BY [ MARBURG BROTHERS a.oeor.,\..,.g tO a.et of Cong: rflae in t.he year \ 1871. by Marburs Sros \n tbe off c o o t t.beLi.bra.rian 01 CoJlFen at WaabioatoJn BRAND S VtRGIN, Vqi:GJNIA DARB, GoLDEN Sw"'-"ER, Es saNCE OY 0Lo VtRCJINIA1 HAR D TO BhAT, APPLE OF MY EVE!, G1tEENBACK, RBD RzolXG Hooo, AliD MANY OTHERS U NSER FRITZ G ERMAN SI!I:;!'ING TOBACCO. MERFELD & KEMPER, PACKERS OF .oonn.eouo-u.1; &eed. And Wholesale a n d Retatl Dealers i n Havana and Yara. Tobaccos, I I 7 Lombard Street, BALTJJC.ORE, MD, .M. H. Gunther, ] oh.n D. C. Ste\'enson. GUNTHER & STEV E R S ON, KAm7rA.C'l'nE:B.S, 330 N. Thir d St., PHILADELPJHA I IL w. DICKE*MSON. LIA F WHOTDii'i: C 0' fOBACCO fnADEOFnPniUDFJJ'HI! 105 N WATER STREET, OI'PICJIAT And Co=isd o n Ji!ercha.n t s A specialty in Leaf for West Indies and Afrion. PHILADELPHIA. e Nord& Wa-....... 162 Common St. New Orleans 46 Froat St., Cinohwati. o. A. WEISE, PACKER OF SEED LEAF, AND WHO LESALE DEA L I R JN Havana '1" o bacco, 5 6 & 58 FIM'B AVE., cmCAGO a!lii S W. VENABLE. Sole lLm:,facturer of the Famc>us nnd World renov.nctl Brb.nds of Virginia Smokjng 1'obacr< I.O.N J ACK and BROWN DICK I Ztlo Str"-'1. LYN CHBURG. VA.. .tlraere re!J)e("did'"" Pnlicite--J and promptly attended-., R P HAJ14ILTON, S. W. VENABLE & CO., DEALERS IN L,EAF AND MANUFACTURERS O.fi TOBACCO, V .A. Dealet' i n -MILL STBJlllT, Rochester, N. Y. ... H. SMITH & Commisswn Merchants a n d Jobber.& ot CONNECTICUT LEAl' \ :.o. 2 0 H a m pde a \ SPBINGFIELD, KASI. .. LouisVille Advertise:ments. G. W .. WICKS & C 0., :Manu!o.c1urers fc;r f t: lc: CJf VIrginia, IWI!Issourl, and t:E !"'1tUCky Ali o D c ulers in LEAF TOBAC C O & C lfJARS, 10:! MAIN STREET, (Between 3d acd 4 t 1,} Gzo. W.IVxcE.s.t Lou! svil/'e Ky .. N. Fua.Y. ) P. F. SE:MONIN & co:; LHAP TOBACCO BBOKBllS,. Main St L O UISVILLE C. & R. & CO., Dpalprs a n d ComnnsSion Merchants RUDOLPH FINZI>R, NICHOLAs FINZER. !IIANUFACTURER OF ALL DESCRIPTIO N S 07 U U Fl C t Ch I d IN JOHN FINZER & BROS., ne u ew ng an LEAF TOBA ceo, .. OF -S M 0 K I N 0 TO B A C C 0, 1 2 1 & 123 Ka.rket St., bet. lU.i n & Second Sts., FIVE BROS. NAVY, P!NE lULLJCKnriCK, &C. -ST. LOUIS, MO. APPLE PIN-CAKE No. '101 North Second S t reet, st. Louis. CbolceBrandsofimpor:ted.Jlccricea L ibecal Cash advances made on Cons1guments ...._ '-.,.I 13 & 15 Tm!D ST. Louisvill e Xy WALL, BELVIN & DAY, 11 MASON, FLACC & BEEMAN, Boston Advertisement&. Commission Merchan ts, w H o L ESA E DEALER s IN FOlt THK SALK OF Plll[, & Smokin[ Tobaccos. KcEL!tOY BROTHERs, 1 c 1 GARs. Tobacco ST. LO!J;IS, 'Mo 156 Michigan Ave., Chicago. BUCHANAN' & LYALL'S TOBACCOS, 1 __ ........, ........ _____ ......;, _______ 24 BROAD STREET, -WIGHT & STEVENS, -; BOSTON, MAS$ Com.m.issioa Merchants, Jobbers of And Paclcers of' DomeBttc Leaf' DlichigiUl Avenue" Cbicago. t TBE JOBBING BOUSI OF TBI WIST. F. E. GERNII.&BDT a CO., OF 106 LOCUST STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO., Having co m pleted arrangements, have locate d a branch at lU MAIDEN LANE, :NEW YORK, and are now manufactu ri ng all th eir c h o ice BRHDS OF CIGARS at the above-menti o ned place. THOMA D. NEAL, TOBACCO BROKER, Iocck Box 187, IICmrrOND, V L Bu large ezperience in Leaf' To'baeeo of every deocrlptiea. Odero to buy respectfully solici ted and promptly filled. Refers by permlsai on t o W m T Sutherun, Esq. U e,.no ] W. & C. G Holland, iohu H. Pemberton Danville, Va. Mess,.,, W .. Yarbrough & Sons }'rayzer,Pres't Natinnal To acco Association, J B. Pace, F.sq,, Me1sR. Wise Brothen, D]. Williams, Esq. R i c hmon d V a E. D. Christian & Co., VtRruNIA UAf TOBACCO," t'OBACCO EXCUA.NGE, Richmond, ... 1 C. 0. HOLYOKE, COMMISSION DECHANT In LEAF and MANUF AOTUBED TO:BAQOO, U Central Wharf, BosttJn. Ferdinand Westhoff; Jr., : A 'GE NT l ANb Forwarding BBEMEJr, GERMANY. JAMES M. WISB, (Formerly pf WISE B&OTHEI
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I' HE TOR.ACCo:LEA.F LOUISVILLE LEAF TOBACCO DEALERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. been presented to ParliaPnent fron1 the cultivators of tobacco in the various producing distrjcts-one of them from the island of Fuhnen, with I,o6J signatures-praying them to withhold their consent to the proposed March. Mr. Williams was one of the most active and enterprising of our business men, and exceedingly wei! imformed and expert in l1is occupation as a dealer in manufactured tobaceo. In this especially he was a valuable citizen. In disposition he was Ceneroul and kind ; and in bot.11 business and social relations he eom manded the esteem of all who knew him. He was earnest and hue in eYery phase of his life. THXOF>ORE SC11W ARTZ & 00 .... Cutting and llanulactur!ni Leaf. WM. G. MEIER & CO .... ......... Lea!Tobocco Oommiaoion,Merch&Dto. LOUlS PRA.NCXE ............ L ea.r Tobaooo Commiaaion lllereluont. J. J. USHER .!1 PRAGOFF ............ Cutting and IIIIUiufacturlng Lee!. NEWMARK; SUTRO & li:CAYUF.tLCXUR.J.BS OF LICORICE PASTE AND ROOT. THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS TO THETRADE' LIOO:a.ICI n.oO'l' AND '1'lD!l FOLLOWING BBAlf,OS OF zz J. V. ABAZOGLUAOC A. SEilkiARDI. .., x l)ntECT IMPORTATION'5 FROM TURUY AND SPAIN, QUMtfry GUARANTBED, AND FOR SAL BY J. SCHNITZER. 33 CENTRAL WHARF, BOSTON, MASS.; or W & A. LEAMAN, No. 67 BROAD-STREET. NEW 'VORK1 ft. NO CONNliCTION WITH _?OMEST!C L!COR!Cl> 11'ACTOR!ES 1S:22. UCOPEIIWII SlUFF," M anrlfacture d only by WEYMAN BBOTHER, EFJANCE CIBAR MANUFACTORY, Seoured t.v '\,etters Patent, December a6. 186 $ An infringemeilton our copyright wiU be rigorously pr011 eoute d. ---' D. HIRSCH &._. SST Bowery and 1'74 Water S&oo NEW YORK.. ,, > Sole ot the bJ Glom E:opy;lj:btM Brand!: DlCFIAlJOE, EL MEPBJS.llv. FALSTAFF, STANDABD THE LION, I U OESS LONB STAR. O.&liE ,HB Pll!LICAK, POWER OF 1.' BIG THING, 'rHE GO'LDJI.N EAGLE. .ALSS DEALERS IN TOB..mco. A. LICHTENSTEI & BROTHER, MANUFACTURERS Of' FINE CIGAJ'.S, And Dealers in LEAF 'l'O:SACCO, lfos. 34 and 34Yz BOWERY, NEW YORK. Manufac t u ren of RAPPEE, CoNGRESS, and ScoTCH SNUFF, a n d every gra d e o f Smoking T o ba c c o. A. LIC HTEt-;ST-RJ N WEYl\J:AN & BRO., 8 & 13 SMITHFIELD ST., PITTSBURG, PA c.' C. co.' I s. AUSTRALIAN TWIST HAVANA AND D OMESTIC FARMVILLE VA LEAF TOBACCO 144 Water NEW YORK. ORDERS SOLICITED, BARTCORN & J. H. TYREE MANUFACTURER:::> OF' J I!Jil'el COM:WSaiON tR -o ..._.. ..,, Lynchburg, VlriJ.ma. AND DEALERS I N Will give his personal attention to the aale and LEAF TOBACCO -chase of No. 86 Malden New Yo!'k. LEAF TOBACCO. A. HARTC ORN .. ns GRRSH EL A dvan c e s mcid e o n BONEY.". ,I. The Sw..eetest Fine-cut Chewing TOBACCR MAJIJACTDBING CO., KY. S; Dllci LIS. co., eJMPORTERS OF CIGAR MOUX.DS, STRAPS & I 195 PEARL S'l'BEE'l', NEW YORE:. 1'1..1 I '"I & er Fble AND DBAtBBS IH tBAr BOWERY, NEW YORK. RICHEY .t. BONIFACE, NOTICE. in tht s country h.is to fill orders. The ma4 Le fo r its purpose, has been !n.to and has met the ir to whom he can refer. c a ll and examine it. H and Cigar Manufacturer, St., X. Y. C ity !lBO ,.11 mmuts OF ss noN'l' smET, Yonx. l Pine Cigars, Agents for the principal manufacturers of Pl'ug and Smoking Tebacco of Virginia and North Carolina. 125 MAIDEN T A Sole Agents for Gol d Flake, Love Among the Roftl, .l.l.t1.11Lt, Devon and other favQrite b rands of Smoking Tobacco .u.-. .. Special Brand of Plq and Smo!Woi 1'obac;co fur:,.., ........... .INWWI.III. NEW YORK. -on appHcalloo. J'AMES CLA1t1t .......................... Cuttlllg and Manu!acmrillg Lea.f. WOLFOLK & GLENN ........... .... .. Cutting aDd Manufacturing Leaf. W J'. GRABT & CO ..................... Cutting and K&lll>fa.,.IDg Leaf, Filii LEY & BARBOUR .................. QutPI>g and Leal. JACOB 'WElL. A.utON Lu<.. ll. A. WErl' WElL, KAHN_ & S\ltceasors to --' e. .... a. MAN'CJFACil'URJ::RS AND DEALERS IN Cigars and Leaf Tobacco, 134 MA.JN S:rRETj, CINCINNATI, 0. .a-So l e Agents for "EL Brand of Cigars I A-.A.ZOK TOBACCO WOBJES. SHINKLE & LIN:FOOT, 'GHOICE PLUG ANirufacFfNE. CUT TOBACCOS. 119, 121 AND 123 WES'l' FB9lll''l' S'l'UE'l', OINOINNA'l'I, 0. OUR BILANDS: PLUG" Regal, Bright lbs. Bright lbs. "Juniata," Bright Navy. "Juoiat'lo\" Bright FINE Ct.rr-"Seoec a. 11Amazon. "Prairie K i n g." F.. W. LEAF TOBACCJt BROKER, EMIL FOERSTEL &. CO., Manufacture r s of F I N R ::hewing & Smoking' Tobaccos, Snuflll, Pipes, &c. Agents f o r j ohn Charters Paten t Ciga r M oulds. Jfanufactor1} Cm.1.st Ave .C JJT ood St. Sales1 oom 281 Fifth A ve:.!. PITTSBURGH, P A CIN.CINNATI, 0. M_-K. McMULLINi LOUIS, STR A.SSER, OoZZ01'!31=.o:n. 't 1 Who l e s ale Dealer in liA VAN A and DO MEST!C Pln[ Ci[arS Tobacco LEAF T 0 B A C C 0' .49 VIne 8tree1:, 249 &.;I BERTY STRI'ET, B eUront and Second S ts. Cincinnati, 0. PITTSBUJtGH, PA HIGHLAND GEM ToBACCO WORKS. R. R. F. CBRISTMAI( 1:. CO., MONITRESS T.DJACC(l WORKS, ProprifeMi tfno Manufacturers of "mGHL'A.ND GEM" 479 West Market Street, ,lllliJlJ.HER co.:r:TOBlCCOS. Corner Mi .. iaaippi and. Pearl Street., .1liD14.NUo.J;;'ill, IND. CHAS D (ARD. & DIARD, of oblle. AlA.] WJI(')l..EI;.A.LE T OD .A.-G C 0 -AND DIR.KI" IMPORTERS OP LEAF TOBACCO, Havana keaf and..Cigars, 39 Washinpon St., Ind., No. :aQ6 N. SEOObtD B'l'., st.. Ko. B. F. Finley, David Ferguso n, W A Ronald, jr. W bolL F inley, .RCQJ.t & PINH-CHT, CHHWING m SIOKIN&. 80, 82 & 84-FIRST STREET, LOUISVILLE, KY. No. 20 SOUTH CLARK STREET, (Near Lake Street,) CHICAC9, LIQUORICE TH E UND ERSIGNED AGENT IN NEW Y O R K FOR THE MAN UFACTURERS OF THE FOLLOW ING \VELLKNO\VN BRANDS OF LlQUORICE, desires t o cau t io n Tobacco Manufacture rs against u s tn g any o f the numerous brands purporting t o be o r igin al a n d l!enuine brands of,impocted LIQUORIC E '!. m t which are adulterated compounds of jtis brands r e b o il e d in this country, and in some instances contain mg. l e s s than fifty p e r cen t o f Liquorice. .. T o insure m anufactu r e r s obtaining P URE AND GENUINE JCyCa FLB AOC PT ZA. RR VB (A) K&CO NF Cro-.vn ( B ) They should address their t o the under s i g n e d in N e w Y ork, who is the S OLEAG E N T no THE UNITED S T .t,TEs .. _Bran. d s b ei n g ) e gist e r e d a t W ashington, counterfeits will s eized whe r e v e r found, and legal proceedmgs m stttuted. I g u a rantee all Liquorice sent o ut, an d r e f e r t o the foll owi n g l e tter a s t o the characte r o f the Paste I offe r: : JAMES C. McANDREW, Bfl "'PV'a.'ter S'tree-t. N'eW. "Y'ork. NEw YOR K, April :a8, 1 873. Mo. }fcA.,;ryoEw, Newjok: D e MSif7W e hav"'used over I 000 Cases nf y our fine grades o f Liquorice, and they hav e b e e n uniformly r egular and o f e x cellent quality. Yours Very Respectfully, [SignedJ P. LORILLARD & CO. REFERRING t o the a bove advertisement, w e have appointe d IMr. J&DJeS C. McAndrew of Ne,v York, our Exelu&i'f"e Agent ln. the United Statea the sale of all the Brandl ot'LlquorICe by us ROBERT MACANDREW & CO,,.London, England. LIQUORICE ROOT. Spanbh and yriia, in Bales. always for "sale in lots to sui t purc hasers. A JAIIIES C llleANDREW, 55 Water Staeet, N. y ; WILMOT'S CLAKP, AND PRESS FOR CIGAR MOULDS, PATEI c1gar manufa.c: of the Committee, Messrs. W. Klingen tein and W.. B. 'tbrers m the State, a!l1:1. the refore;-ought to know, informs :2.ippon, are now acting as ho;10rary Secretaries .J. That us finest grades are. manufactured, SOJlle of of paid Collectors has .a'!!!o been vacated, Messrs. P. sell for more than $roo perM. in Brachi, G. Chambers. F. Fenton, and S. memquestiOn was, of cou.rse, never meant. senously, and was bers .of Committee, having und-ertaking this duty, only the result ?f a If any reader which can not fail to provf!lei:l they let htm be mstantly .and completely receive the co-oper a tion of the members of the Associ undeceived. ation. The se e fforts on the part of the Committee will 1educe the expen< liture by the sum of a Sol. per A time ago, rn the Connecti annum and enable it to bring the claim s o.C the cut.Valley says .J ....B. Lyman, I had an opportumty of Association mO.te forcibly, and it is hoped more efn.otmg expenment. T.wo whose lands wer.e fectually ; before the notice of the trade is general, and stde by Side, ran a race. m ralsmg tobacco. The soil eatirely free it from the change not seldon.made, of dis the same, die yrevwus had been abl)ut pensing relief at a somewhat high cost. Your Commit t e same, the plowtng and .was thoroi!Jh on tee find that with every succeeding year the applications b'?th tracts. One iarmer ploweCI: m hrs for relief and pensions became more numerous. So Wtth-a shallow furrow, harrow e q so as many and, painfnl are the cases -coming before your to blend .th e compost With the two or three mches of Committee, aot only of absolut poverty, but also of ttl!h.at the surface .. !he other put_ on a very sudden tempm-ary want, that ave y large amount might of r<;_nk slaughter-pen be annually well and usefully dispensed; your .Com and l:iy harrowmg mixed tt partia!ly wtth the surfacl!; but mit tee earnestly .appeal to all, who in tire smallest de-many clumps and b hea?s were left on the top, gree are in a position to so, to aid in its endeavors and 1 fhd of d;,c:-y:., awnu} matte could to ameliorate them. Your Committee is happy tore-sme e a a mt 1e P jl.llts were set. o -a. ,ihe port that in response to the appeals of he honorary same lime, the cultivation lrt-..bQth.. cases...was clealt officers several subscriptions and donations..have been the season was good for The field where the received and promised, both in the provinces and in was turned and rth f.b.e mrface-gave London,, amounting already to abowt sot.; and wbHe re.-.1r more toba:co the leaf referring to the former, your Committee would remark finer an.d curei:l o ;: tter, mqkmg a more arti that the operations of the Association are by no..means cle, whtch commanded lwoor 1:hree cents more -per confined to the metropolis, but deserving cases of need pound. :. in all parts. of the country are after searching inquir y THAN THE BEEFSTEAK CLUB:" vPhiladelphia promptly relieved. In view of this fact, and as weli that lays clatm says a cotempon.ry, to the club ifi the whole working of the Associatiop is now voluntary, the world.-older even tnan the famous "Beefsteak your Commitee would strongly urge on existing Londop, was in 1735 and ex scribers the necessity of themselves aiding the work by tsted ttll I87o, when 1t wai? dtssolved by murual con their endeavors to secur-e names; for by Philadelphia's club, the "State in Schuylkill," was none can a charitable socie .ty .be so well and ably remst1tuted May I, I 7 32, and has kept up its organization as by lts own members. Your Committee to the present day. Itwas started by twenty members trusts that what has begun with such good promise may of the Society of Frie n ds, se v eral of whom came to the and increase, and that thus a work commenced New World with William Penn, who, preposterous as it by a comparatively small nomber of this important trade may seem, organized the body for the purpose of con may, -as years advance, largely extend its spliere of useviviality and g{)od-fellowship. Thomas Stretch was its lulness. Durin g the past year the of 91/. 13s. has firs t Governor, and it used to have annual banquets, at been expended in temporary assistance, in addition whrch were served up rounds of eef, barbecued pig to IJII. in pensions; still your Committee has the pie!!.sirloin steaks, rabbits, squirrels, rock fish, cat fish, sure to i mform you that another 1 Io/. has been added and fish-house punch; tobacco-pipes-for cigars were to the invested capita l of the Association, making fhe unknown-ileing brought into play atter the feast. total now szsot. Your Committee asks you 1:o day to In October, I 7 57, green turtle soup was first eaten at a e lect three pensioners. The death of Adam Dip pie has club dinner, the cost of which was I IS. 8 For caused a vacancy for one; the resignation of Mrs. Yer-n i nety years the club mef at the fish-house-for all '\Vere bury, on finding herself able to do without the assis-anglers--on the estate of Fdend William Warner which tance you had granted her, has opened a place for a secovered ground pow occupied by Fairmount Park. In cond; and the tl.ird vac a ncy has occurred after the issue 1822 the river at Fairmount was damned, -whereby rock of the voting papers, by the death of Wm. Griffiths perch fis hing was des troyed. The Company then Your Committee would again take the opportunity of bmlt the Castle near Rambo' s Rock;where its -meet stati ng that although it no t appear to be the de-ings are held even 1111to !his day. sire of the major i ty of the donors and subscribers to confine the charitable of the Association to the THE GERMAN TOBAGCO QuE STION.-A late number subscribers f!lone, such have al w ays priority over nonof th'"e Berlin Tabak Z ei tung; noticing the rumor that the subsc1ibers in respect to pensions as well as temporary proposition to increase the tax on tobacc6 was to be r e lief In ac.coqiance to Rule V one-third of the Comwithdrawn in the ,Germa owing to the mittee go out of offic e, who are eligible for re-election. popular opposition, says: "We learn from sev.eral 1t will now oe necessary to fill up these vasources that, as the majority of the Federal Council are cancies the ensuing year. According to Rule X decidedly opposed to any alteration of tile -tobacco of the Association, th e el e ction of President, Vice Presduties, the allied of Ge, rmahy inten d to identii) Treasurer, and Auditors for the ensuing year, take no fu.rther ac.u_on, but a .bandon the project, and let will also be proceecled with." The following are the matters remain as they arc. Shoufd this intelligenceo rece i pts and disbursements from M a rch 29, 1872, to be confirmed, there can be no doubt that a favor March 29, I873 :-'able result is mai'nly t o be attributed' to the agitation T o brought forward .. ................. ....... .. .. ... s: ,' ; created by the trade, by the Liberal ana inaeAnnua l Subscr.'ptw n s .... ..... :.............................. 344 s 6 penCI,ent organs. of the. press, and unequivocally exN e w Supscnptlons and Donations ........................ .. 66' .. r8 o h d b,.-.n bli Th h Dividendso nStock s ........ .. ............................... ,.4 5 0 preSSc J l:'U C OpiniOn. ere are} owever, mdiRent per wholesale Trade }'r o tectlve Associ a tion .. cations that the Germans ate by no means inclined 0> 7 0 'tak"e it sor gra'nl:e'd tliat this good which, after all Present Ass e t s of the Association: -is b t f -e :i t 1 e ch acte t b } S tocklo r educ"ut By R ent o f Offic e ........................... ........ ..... ,..... ><> o o natural that theY. should wish to see the question defi. Printing and Advertisements ...... .. < .......... ....... .... 9 7 3 declaration emanati,ng Ti om a ss 3 3 competent authonty. Now that the German Parliarr.ent is in session, petitions from all parts of the country _are B alanc ea tBan k e r s .. .. ..... .. ... .. ..... ... .......... ,6 6 ,', pouring in on them every day, all uniting in the pray"'r o f Petty Cash........................................ CJ Cas h io hand of Treasuro r.... ...... ...... ........ ... ...... .. o o ,7 to decline any proposals th!lt-rnay be made to inrease < 656 7 0 present duti es en tobacco grown in .Germany and The Ch:airman j n proposiog the of' the report tmp'orted from abroad, as the)" do not press too heavily To CuLTIVATION AND spoke of the flourishing &tate of the finances, consequel)t on the form a coos icuous braJ!ch o(tb9 TAXATION OF TOBACCO -I-N is growm, 50 as to it f'quivalent to the in the abolition of all 'the paid officers, down even tb revenue. wh1lstthe people are accustomnd to DENMARK.-The Danish Import duty -r8? lbs. of foreign tobacco. As he furthe collectorship. rThe prdposition being'seconded b y rates, and find them qnite 011erous enough for their hum Minister of Finance having ther propqses to 1.ncrease l_atter from present Mr. Saunders, and carried, the various honorat:y offible pecuniary means. Among_the Qetjti. the place appomted to afta lbs. of tobacco. The largest are b)' means favorable to the proposed altwenty-three years a well-known b'usiness man of Rich_ .their to. petrtron, and. at same part(254,00o lbs.) is grown teratJOn, and It was only last that the rmmd. He was born in Pittsylvania <::ounty on the 38tli' re.l?lemsh thel>l' c1gar-cases. Stroilar entbvs1asm on at Fredericia and its imme.Nylzeder--a Copenhagen daily paper that ts of February, I828, and was therefore in his fcrty-sixth the. IS reported .from many places. The diate vicinity, whiie the remade use of by the Government to year. He came to R i chmond in I85o and entered the petJtwn from Cologne had zs,ooo signatures; Madge mainder is the produce of and prepare the. pub'lic for commissian business which he afte,nvards continued burg, Is,ooo ; Hanover, u,ooo; and Dresden more the islands. It i!l raised II:P'Rroacl, ung. measures-contamed an ar-under the style of. D. T. Williams & Hicks, in a short 3:z,o?o this fail to clear up the doubts, from seed of the Brazilian ttcle c.ensunng m rat.her severe. terms the projected tiiWJ embarked in the banking an,d exchange business in If any the mmds o' the and species, and an repugnan<:e company with Mr. Peters, of Lynchburg, under the style German Parliament, p,ubhc opm10n IS dec1dedly and the pnce ranges from 7 to It, wrth these wordsDem;nark ts o! Williams Peters & Co. After the dissolution of tbis adver:se to any tampermg Y{Ith., the present tobacco du rixdalers 48 skillings to Io comparatively a poor country, tt IS un9uestwnably firm h.e went to Europe. In t866he resumed the tobacco ties On the other hand there is reason to believe that rixdalers per Ioo lbs. The the bounden. duSy of every. M mrster. of Fmance to do commission b!lsiness in fhe city, under the firm' of the supporters of not yet given Minister considers that the what he can 10 .h'!llts to mcrease the reveD. T. Williams & Co., in p _artnership with B. C?nyen, up all hope of carrym_g _designs, for >1fe notice article will bear a higher nues of the State, It gratlfymg to know that we have o New Orleans. Tha.t concem was dissolved and the appearance and dus.tnbutJon In large numbers of. a rate of duty, and has there nbt yet to such a low condition but we ca,n after a brief periq'd, in fhich he pur;med the pamphlet just in Be,rlin unde.r the title of fore brought in a bill to enalford to extst and make both. ends meet wtthout the singly, be formed the partnersliip firm of Williams, John.-"The Duttes m Germany.: b,y One the able to the elltrafew hundred dollars which extracted son & Co., which inaugurated "The Man';lfactured To-' Trade," m wh1_ch the author m .favor of .higher revenue by altering the fror:n tne of the bf no cl2ss of bacco E-xchange/' which has been so useful to the trade. rates, contendmg that there 1s no other artrcle so mode of taxation by laying who turn thetr attentiOn and This firm continued very-tuc essfully unti! .the day of his well for supportmg a heavy duty as tobacco, a duty, in addition to the the cultivation C!t tobacco to them to pay tlie1r death. Mr. Williams had recently returned from a busiand adducmg the other but now .thread ordinary land-tax, on the other taxes, are quite heavy for trip for the interest of.bis{firm, which was extended bare worn, arguments, but .are now not likely t
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.. / 8 THE L.EAF. M.AY 28 Tobacco .Manufacturers. JOHN ANDERSON i. COt, liANUFACTURERS OF THE .. SBL!CB w nm TOBACOS THOMAS HOYT & CO., loUNUFACTURERS 01' Fine Cut Chew1ng and \ S MoKING T oBAccos & SNUFF, OUR. BRANDS CHEWING, ftJNNYSIDE HEARTS' DELIGHT, I 1CATION AL BRIGHT OWEN, EXTRA CAVENDISH. +o6 Pearl St., New York City. 2'HOMAI HOYT. 114and 116 STREET, NEW YORK, Bq to dlrect the attention or the Dealers in Tob.a.cco througho11t the United States and the World to their -SOLACE FINECUT which is rbei11g Dftce more manufactured under the SDUD.edi&te supervision of the MR JOHN ANDERSON,' aad now st.1.nds, as formerly, without a rival. Orders forwarded through the usual channels wiU m eet wtth pTompt attenti011. 1". I'J..&QG, MANUJ'ACTVJl .. Jl 01' ALL GIAD.!S OJ' flirt 6ktwing, .fmoktug, aq4 S.Canulatt4 TOBACCO HARVEST" I& "SURPRISE" IN FO& IVANHOE tc JOLLY BOYS SMOKINQ, 114 Froal Street. New York. LICORICE. LicOC'iCeo \ LICORICE p AST:lli LICORICE '<'wALLIS & co. PASTE, POWDER, ROOT, EXTRio.. SPECIALTIES BY -Tobael!&' manura.cturers ana the traae in DE LANCEY CLEVELAND, geaeral'are particularly t_i.' ex B R O K E R amine ana test the superiOr properties of ., this LICORICE which, beingn(,w)rought 8 PEARL STREET. N. Y. to the highest perfection, is uader 15 the above style of brand. TO:.SAOOO BROKERS. We tiN also SOLE .A.G:IDNTS fer the l:.;,mn d. I .. r.G.& G.O. Ackno wledged by to be tbe best in the market .And for the brand of Licorice Sti ck INOI:L & oo., ln all respects equal to 9 .A.LAB-RIA. CATTUS i:nbacco .129 Pearl Street, NEW YORK We have no Agents. Consamocs and-----------Jobbers would do well to app!y direct. Licorice Root, select and ordilwy, constru>tly on hand. liliEZ & ARGUIIBAU, 29 I 31 SOUTII WilliaM STREET Licorice isaSte arid Sticks. EDWARD DREYER, I TOBACeO BROKEBJ l j Alit Efiquetun Votf Ta&M m gtrcl. f TOBACCO BlMJNG cF.&LL a BOGAl, ,ft G. s :; JOBBSU lH IKITA'riON BPANIS!I LINEN, w. s 46_ Beaver Street, NEW YORK. '=' To'baooo, Cig&Z'a, FANCY STRIPES F w. 8 -SNUFF I! Ste Extra. ETC.. "And all kinds of Goods used for putting up rry .., 33 ltllllY STREET, COR. CHUIICH, ; Smoking Tobacco, P. S. Baracco and J. S. C.ANS & SON, TOBACCO BitO!EltS, .. ... HOGAN. HOWARD SANGER & co., De 106 k 107 Chambers St., New York. Excelsior Mills and Favorite Mills No, 86 WALL DEYUf AND P.,;,.J_o._Boo< __ 1111_ 9 _________ Powdered Licorice. D .A. SHOTWELL & SON, 0( the :MIWU!aotnze of )fanut&eturero ot G.W.GAU. lt. AX, BALTD!IOBE, HERO and UNION F"me Out Ohewing Tobacoo &lld Echo Smoking Gum Arabic. Olive Oil, Tonqua Beans, AND ALL SPECIALITIES FOR TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS. Powdered Licorice. TORIK:B BUILDDIG, NEW YORK. PHILIP KELLAND TOBACCO BROKER 179 PEARL STREET, S JACOBY & CO., ITROP"OLIT!N Pearl St., N.Y. [Of "ftiE CEI.EIRATED1 DVID!B CII!IS .MISCELLANEOUS. WM. DEMUTH & co. I TH& SOL& MANUFACTURERS OP r I l" BJU.AR A:ND APPLE-WOOD PIPES, WITH RUBBER BJTS,: Jmportera of &llldn4a of Smokers' Mticlea SHOW FIGURES, IN METAL AND WOOD, A SPECIALTY. No. 403 BROADWAY,_,. NE"W YOR. IMPORTElt OJ' 1 Hanu Leaf Tobacca ud Ci(m, Kllluflct"IINI' or !'faara of 111perior WI%.'1'.6.AI.AlO LI.U', 32 PLATT STREET, NEW YORK. HENRY WULSTEtN, te -JftiA A J IGIIDlJUt CI&Ai CJTTil CARD.-WE beg to tnform the trade that we are the BoleManufactvenl of the far-famed l4nlla Cigars, and having learned that other parties contemp1at lmltatlng them and aubstltuting Tob&cc of lnre ri o r quality grown in thiA c ountry. therefore caution the public Dot t O P:Urcb&se Ctpn oot beariny our lracl e mark the b oxes. S. J A CODY ._ qo ..........,..ER d:ESTABROOK, No. 7 Commercial Street, Boston, SOLB ooLBSALE SELLING AGBHs-FOR THE ION Iii W mq"c:t.AJ:n:) ST.A.'rlliS. ., s:::: .r: 0 ,S 0 0 ;.Q 0 .I---u a :::::1 .. RSIO Pearl StJ:eet, New Yorlr. --IlLLER .t:KAEPPEL, .&a-t. GOODWIN & co., Weaver & Sterry, Up Stairs. NEW -J.OBN FLOOD, S.ooe..Or to G. W. L..Al(GRORNE .t; CO,, 21> Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn. ee.-au,. oa a .... a.... atea Jlaehlae "-' c.tu .. 8 aDd ...... f. HiPPEIIillk u. (;(1.1 L.ABELiil IMPORTERS, ,. Jlaa-..tv.renr ... PINE CUT TOBACCO lfiao 'l'oft&Qeo.. AND CIGARS, FINEsT QUALITY. Cigars, and Cigarettes, 20'11 209 WATER STREET HEW y R K at Peqit"keepsie, New-York ." Jlla. t.-&.J. Weri Broad""""'7 GIFFORD, SHERMAN & JNNIS F. OSBORNE, JAMES G. robCICC 0 B.,.ol:e'r,_ Io. H BBO..lD STREET, NEW YORK. aew YoRKD u u AL ,_ .I!L me PIN _\XI co,_ 120 16-87 !i:EW.:.Y-&B.K. TQBACCO BROKERS, IIHS. G. B. MILLER & CO., i'obacco lranufactory, (PETER D COLLINS, l'u:s'T) ( II.Mn7UC!rVS&U ftll Cli:J."I:BBA.TED FJl'fEo(JVT Vir [in Leaf ann Navy 4 :PilrB C ICIACBB; -:1 97 Columbia Street, NEW YORK,: .lLL IUmC 01' TOBACCO, 133 P!Ailo S'l'IU'I', ANT> DltALU nt .... Jlohuufacturer oltlle following Cele?ra\ed Bruula of VIRGINIA SMOKING TOBACCOS, Jefferson Street, between 7th a.nd 8th, VIRGIJI'iA. Bob White, in Cloth, Westward Ho! in Cloth, Dew Drop, in Clo th, D eer Ham, in C lo th, Johnny R eb, in Cloth, A unt Sallie's Cho ice, in Cloth, Rustic B elle, in C loth, Jolly BoY., ir1 Cloth O l d White Hat And other Choice G rades. All Bra.nds of onr Toba.c cos paeked in cues to snit purchasers, FREE OF EXTRA OHARGE. and in the Mw and popular otyle of Paehges to suit"the markets of the worlol FACTORY No.6. FIFTH DISTRICT. Zl) W ll!lf K:A. TTSO:N, 122 .6.rch. ::PJ.Ulac!elp:bia, Gener&l .Aiftt for the llutern and KW.le Str.tea, Ohia 1114 Jrnchipn. For Tobacco and Clgare, A Ja..--rtmeot COIW&ntl7 on hand ud p1W!K to order. 1111 a. M Imh WID! .. Btreet.l!le. Yolt. ) MAN VI' ACTVA&&I OJ' TOBACCO SEALING wo: ALSO, Di.UEIS I N DRUGS, PAINTS, lk., .,-18!r William St., ew 1r'OI'k. ., TO CJU.U1U'l'D llegaujf; BAIIJ/ Flour, .tc>. Vra. G. ii. i.iiller & Co. Chewing and Smoking MA..'I'UF.&CTORY .A1W SALBiROOM, 'l'obacc<:: ; the only Genuine American GentJe. CORNEl OF AV6NUE D AND TENTH STREET: Leaf Tobacco, 63 BOWERY, NEAR NEW YORK. EDWARD SOLKA.R. ; SCHUIACHER & E'rl'LINGEB., INTERNAL REVENUE The Orlg\nal Ioteraar R.,..euue Pubiishlna H-J.hs. G .B. Hiller & Q_o. Maccal..H IIIla 8.."0 dl Snuft'; .A.. H. Mickle & Sons' _____ ---aoee and Grape Tobacco; lbe. G. B 1liller Reeene VINCENt L. COOK, S. ORGLER; Manufacturer o f the best Brands of TOBACCO No. 130 Water Street, C,; I S6lLa '1'0 ZSTl&. SMfTH 6 co., P. O.&z6,GN. 87 LIBERTY y;; 11Dder law, for Leal T....._ ..__.., Ctpr ADd Tobac:c:O of :Srr.n4izlg a Speci&Uy., ',.. .A.!I Prdere Jlromptly exeeutod.., Manufacturer of all kiiuls of F. A.-GOETZE'&: BRO. FINE-CUT CHEWING TOBACCO & SNUE'.if. MANHATTAN TOBACCO WORKS, .. Street, OW YOU. CO., )'OB.I.CCO .liD CIGARS, AND DltALJl.S Jlf L SNUFF, PIPES, etc., AND SMOKINC TOBACCO. Factory and Sale!room, 159 LUDLOW S'IUE'r, NEW YOB% !l'obacco Bugging AND B.&QQDIQ M.4TBIU"AJ., Of all Kind. Low I' rices for Cash. SPANISH FANCY STRIPES Bleached and r,.,bleached Sheetings, Twir,. and Thread, Can aa fo1 Traveling Bags, Blankets, }h11lap1, l.,ottoa Bagging, Carpets, Matting nd Dry Goods V.:nerally. York; Fine Cigars, ALSO, PROPRIETORS OF Till BRAND" CUBA LIBRE," 152 CHAMBERS ST, and A. SHACK GBDNWICR ST., NEW Y(iBX. BERNARD, TOPACCO BROKER. NEW YOWK. DOMESTIOJ No. 129 Maiden Lane, CIGAR WAREHOUSE,Factories at Coopersburg and Vicinity, 133 WATEB STBDT, e .Hiscellanee118o NEW YORK. NEW YORK, Sch"Warz ciG Spohr, '_['IN FOIL. MANUP'ACTUR.KRS OP' .ALL KINDS OP fACTORIES lT 484 BROlD STREET, IIEWIRI .AKD m C.&LDWELL, N. ;r, "" ESTABLISHED 1837 & 801, FRIO. IIGILB.I.CB. latkoltsale Jonst, D t I c I J'OBN CB.OOKE f'Oil.&80Tm CAP, MO. g1 SIXTH .A Ylll't Oil, NEW YOR.K ( f I'INE CifJABB, -'iil AND IR TOB.I.CCD. 881 .II 883 lrol4 Street., Newark, N. J. (aow F. W, Jl'elpe:r) F. H. boon Celebrated Smoking Tobacoo LYALL, BUCHNER 64 Broad street, New York, 0 FACTORY, .Successor to RoBITCHECX: & TAUSSIG NO. 2 fiRST BISTRICT, SOUTH BROOKLYN, ;:-' Manufacturers of the CELEBJL.ATED BR.A:NDS. lOF SMOKING TOBACCOS !0 .. BACCO AND CIGARS Pluet Navr, H, 38. ""'' 5 .s., 71!. sa, 9, '"" Challenge, lbs. 1 K1ng Phtlip, Waahmgton, )ia, I Grape and .Apricot, Sailors Cbotce,. 11, 35, 41, ss, f'e, .ss, 95, toe. u -v .. ...., Sles Cheroots Neptune, oQuble Thick, Unconquered, .ll..u. WY.r;;t &.A brt. drk. 1 "ACME" Fancy Brt. i -56 DELANCEY STREET Monte Mitchell, l Poundo, Narragansett, 1 Teclltueh.,JOI"1 a 1fEW YOB.It. Aleundn, : Peer!...,, Sensatiou, Palm, oCtbe followiog BrandseCXrLLrCJI:INJCIC Flounders, Saratop, ...... fdtll 8. BaH BaR. 'W'blehe.Ur. Buchanan, Jl&hin the put few monthl, alrordtlqf more th the fOl"lller !'rloe !late ..,d cl.rcui&N forwarded on &ppllC&tloD K. LINDIDIIM. .&eat, 1 8. LA.l'fGBDOllP, asent for the 148 Watel' ft., K. "':". 1 ""Nt &Dd Beuth. NEW YORK. X. :BE.OCK, (; FINEST BRANDS OF CIGARS, 329 BOWERY, N.Y. Wangler & Hahn, MANUYACTURI[R$ OF Fine NO. 290 & 292 BOWERY, NEW YORK. .. FREY BROS. & CO. lanHfacmm Gf FINE CIGAR8, .. and Dealers in Leaf Tobacco, 126 Chambers St., New York EDWARD A. S .MITH, MANUFACTURER OF Pine Segars, o. 11 Bowery, NEW YORK. LOUIS Manufactnrer of (of r, PINE CIGARS,. lo\11d Dealer lo Alllinds of Leaf and lannfactnrcd Tobaal, 5 02 Nassau St., N.Y. SIBCKB & WANNACK, Mauufacturers of CIGARS, 6 Rivington Street, lii'EW YORK. a No, 38 OROSB Y ST., NEW YORK.' WARDROP & DALY-." 203 & 205 Lewis Street, DEALERS IN SPANISH CEDAR FOR CIO.A..B. BOXEll, Seasone4 Stock on hand. R. ZELLE!iKA, J MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF MUSLIIW .l"I.YD LINEN TOBACCO BAGS, 283 Eaat jth St., llew York. Orders proJT. pt l y attended to at the shortest notice. BOIKEN,-GARRIGUES & CO., IMPORTERS C MEERSCHAUM, BRIAR,CHINA A LAVA PIPES, German and French Fancy and ChiD&. Goods, A.ND TOYS, 9i CHAMBERS ST. AND 73 READ ST., NEW YORK. -P. M. DINCEEr. Oonwr Salk ancl Lei.INt Stt'"eeU,. 'i.OMMISSlON MIRCHANT. -81' A.NISB OED All, FOREIGN & DOMESTtC WOODS. KRAFT & HOFFMEISTER, &a.oeeeeonte A LORENZ, llauutacturen of au fiDtlre new tJle of METAL AND WOOD SHOW CASES. Patented April tid and Aug. 12th, 186i, 18 NOBTliWU.LIAilST lt Y CITY CONSTANTLY ON HAND. New Desi'r;ns made to order. ,.... 15 XURRAY STREET. NEW YORK. Iii. JC. E.OX.A. Y elk CO., No. 82 'Wa.U Street, CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS. FUitl HEIIR\,CW -:. ema 1ctona -. Sus.oo on fns Ultra l3SOO Rf'gaJia Britanica -. us.OO Regalia :Britanica >ID"" Conchas So.oo Co n chas de Regalia--So. oo Sublimes -. sc..o Entreact011 -. 6$ .00 egatia Bntanica 130.00 or de Prensados -,o.oo Conchas So.oo Londres d e Corte -6o.oo PARTAGAS. ROSA Londres -9""" -6o.oo ondre s de Corte --55-00 l The Or,Jal and GenuiDe 1....;; D 8MOKING TO::QACCO. r IAil gradeo llllWulac-lllth Care aud Skill. Send for Price Li s t Owing to the uupreudented popularity ot tl-& un...._aJa o1 M.rtoltlng Tobacco, certalll unprinci pled dealers and manufacturers have been led\to.inft1nv" Ollf upon the trade, with IP.ferior goo4:s under o\11' U9imulated trademu .:;, u. tft nottr'-f\ .at QUr rights to the "DRrh ... "' Braud have beCn fully viGdicated both ;.., the U. S. ae .1t.ce:, ua.4 all partie are ll.ereJ' "'ll'ant.e4 qabot t'arih11r trepa ..rR MEA IV '!'JIO: 1 Dealers-handling Spurious "Da.rha1n"' would do well to tliat like the the_y are 7eeponsible. To prevent any trouble, and to secure the (;enuioe u Darha:m,tt order lllaelr.wua'l lll Braad frQm the manufactv.ren: We are determined trom hf'uc+1'orth to exhaust 1the ta,. lo&ingea upon our B e not deoelved. u He that soweth ("the wind, must reap of the whlrlwin3. Of' ev# "tK:nptiou at Lowest PriCeS. Send for Pr:lcfti THE GERMAN tiGAR PA-CKERS' SOCIETY, Inform the Cigar Manufacture rs of t!Je, Umted States that they are now able to fill all orders for first-class Packers with Mt=IIlbe rs of their Society. AP,Lv To 202 CHARLES A. WULFF, &.ollilliOgT111ol!ll4!l, Printer, llld llllluJ&etllliiJ' of NO BOX ouLD. 4f,OO,ooo to ft. t-inch and sawed to dry and seaaoned, and at a low figure. N.B.-ConaDmen cat1 order 1,000 fL, 01' mon, 11 a sample. LONG IsLAND SAW AND PLANJHG COR. BoNo AliD THIRD BROOK.LYN, N. Y 011-ba Bew York, :rJ PE.A.JU. &T. E C P"!>J>"r. THOB. Sup"t, FREDERICK KB.VU, Manufacturer of all Sbu llllcl Stylee o1 BBOW CASIB IN D'UL AND WOOD. SPENCER'S PATENT PL1JG TH_ACCO, MACBINI, MANUFACTURED BY HA.RRI.SON & W -29 BROADWAY, liEW YORK.


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