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 X ... -NQ. 32. NEW YORK. SEPT. 23, 1874. WHOLE NO. O'ht Ybo<, V Martinez .!r Co., a6 Cedar CLA.BKSVILLE, Te-; MNNJIJ Manufactu,-"' uf S11u_#. Llf T1I1Met Brolun IS PUBLISHED GoeUe F. A. & Bro. "8 Washihgt011 Olut, M. H I< Bro. E ....,.,., ......_.,..N,..eD"'. "0"....,.""' J1Y l"'J>f""'' t/ Key and II"'"" Clf..- D.t.JfVILLE, Va. Y ollaJ. MU AI. aM!UolV DeBary Fred'k .t Co., 41 & 43 Warren CA-iuio11 11 THI ftBAOOO IJ:Af'l PUBLJSIIftQ (, 161 Maiden Lane. Pemh<:rton"' tA:noN, 0 142 F'uUon St., Nt'JIUJ York. [ .. portert I C lay PiJ>fM..-f.ctuwrs f Fi ... CNi ,.,.J s-kig-T:Z, Cotterill, Fenne r&: E. Second. All Letter Uoulcl be :la.inlY addf'MMC! to Manufact.rus rJ Brillr Pipe1 ,,J Importers OJ Pe..se'1 TD/JacctJ Cutt1r. fEI !01.6.000 LW" CO. &.kerr" HoeJea & Pease, Third St. and Canal. Terms of the Paper : Demutlt Wm. & Co., so Broadway Graveo G .JANB11RY. eo-. NEW 'fORK. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23, 1874. IIIEW IDVERTISEIEITS THIS WEEK. FIPTH PAGE. Herbat & Van Ramdobr; Havana and Seed LeaiTobaccosi 18g Pearl Street, New York. FRED'K DeBARY co., 41 & 43 WARREN STREET, NEW YORK -..iO. SOLE FOR-THE SALE OF THE BL J;)E GALES .. OIGARS, SI'"Gwt CoPlES, t o CaNTS lflljlorttrl Litarice DETROIT, Mioh. ONE Y&AR, Brinc\e rhoff, Y... W., 47 Cedar. MtaMM/tr and,,, William. Parker, Holmes & Co., 53 57 jefferson Ave GltaAT BRITAIN AND CANADA, -:: 04 of PtnJJderl'd C M. /d. t6 Hitl,ier's Detroit Cipr .. & Fourth. c ts :r :.r B11x" ./'" Paclli"r L1af l;r the p;per -considered, uuie:! Pokoruy 1 Burline-Slip. Backu1 & Bro. 1 accompanied by the amounL &eJ'uo.j TQ6acco Inspullor.. DURHAM, C. Remittances sqould, Jo every instance, be made Reueel J. McJ. ::: Co. 127 & 129 Water. S.ditrl' Tobceo. by moneyordft r check or draft. Bills are liable Finke Charles, 155 Water. Black.weU W. T. & Co .. to be no len, and can only be aeot at the areaten Ltnde F C. Co. 14' Water. JI.&.BIIVILLE VA rllk to the. Tobtzreo At -Guthrie & Co. us Front. anu, iUiurtrs J Tut. POSTAGE. NatJ.tJtUJI Read C C. II: Co. The leJnl'l. rate of postage oa. THE TosACCO Hoodlets W J. & Co., 22 Wilham. B.BTI'OB.D., Caaa. LBAif, ad"dressed to its aat.crlbera, i1 Matullaaunrs oj c;g11r .Bo.e1. PuUn .,J /Ju.JwJ. .. PeYr-i:riehs H. W. :IS3 South. Jerome, State. ... ... .... u.u -.th Henken Jacob, 2ta.t 295 Men roe. Bimop, J. & Sons, 18 Market. copies wiJl please hand the Wicke William.-Cn Goet"ck. Hubbard N. i; Co., ti Harket. nal or quarterly poataae to the carrien, taktuc c B Lee Geo. t5o Sute.. their receipts. If any bieber rate are dem&Dd.-o..ru a.--Sll.il'tlll Fipn. & Bidwell, n6 a 'nd us State. ed, uport Ute facto to the local PO.tmast .. r. v J d J P-H. 1: z. K. 40 l!t 42 Market a-Tile p W.c.. Gornlle1 L. & llro., 16 Naltlotl r-. H-c..... .. l.Aee. Hubtla Van Ramdohr, 189 f-.rL HUIJMD G. W. & Co So Froat. Hoefen Wm.. C. 14a l'earL Janker & Nleme_}cr, Watbr. ltau It c.;o., 179 Pearl KiaDkat rkomu. sa Broad. Keenlc & P9 Bowery. &. Co., 1bo Pear1 t.ach1111bnteh & B..-o., Wakr Lllm,tte .ot. C ., tn PeA Lederer A Ft.cbel, 12 Cedu. Lnin M. H ., l'J Pearl. KcFo.ll & Hogan, 3'3 Mumoy NaltlaAtlllobert L. It Co., 4J lHoacL Ma.rtbl &:: Johnson, r66 W..ate(. J' J...epb, Sous, 1:i W:atet. NeJer A. O. L & 0.; 4 j Boaver. Morna, II. M., 19 Old Slip and 13 Water. Nortoo, Slaughter&: Oe., Broad.. Oatman Alva, 166 Wate1. Oppenbeim.er, M:. & Bretller. 1-38 Watn'. O'tUnsec Brothers 41 Broad St. Palme1 & Scoville, 170 Water. l Price Wm M & Co., nt Maiden Laue. Quin, j. P.l!t Co.1 39 Broad. .Read 4: CG., t9 0 d SHp. Reinlann, G. 119 Roseabam.A. S. &: Co., ur M..alen Laae: .. Roenwald, .E. Bro., 141 Water. Salomon, S. 19t Pearl. Sawyer, Wallace II Co., 47 Broad. SCheider E. M., 113 Pearl. Schmitt J. &; Co., 162 Wat..-. Sboverlinr, Wm. 129 Water. Sclllraeet" & Bon, 178 Water. 1. J Schroeder & Koch, :l46 Pearl. Sckabart H. & Co. 1-46 Water Spencer, Bros. & Co., 1S Maiden Laae Splnprn, & $ Co.0 Burlln& Sli p Spit:z:11er C. H. 124 Water Stela It Co. 197 Duaae. Stralton I> '9' Pearl. Stroh & Reitzenstein, 176 rroat. Sulzoacher &: Hofmann, 88 Maiden L:aae. Tag, Cb;.rlea F ... Son, f........_ Ta1j(eahont, F. W. 68lkoad. U pmann, Carl, r,S Pearl. Wtijlht.lii. N. A CG. Jt Broad. ZWeig H. 148 Water. Buyer of Tobau11. Reuseno G. Sl Broad. Tob;urA BroWs Borematy, E., Water 13r Wakr Fisc::her, Frederick, t Broad Gatta, j S. &I 86 Wall. Kelland, P 168 water. Osborne, F., S4 Broad.. Rader M. &; Son, 133 Sh&ck. A. UQ llaiden of Andenoo John Jt Co. t14t 116 au.d 117 Llbelrty. ApPleby a: Helme, 133 Water. Buchanllll & Lyall, S4 Bro ad. Bu.cllner D, a56 Delancey Howard, S..gu l!t Co., ros & "'1 Cbamben LANCASTEB-, Pa, Tolacco Lawls. Ikaler in LLaf The Hatch L ithor-apic Oo., 32 & 34 v--, Scbuberth, C. G. Heppenheimer Maurer u North William LIVERPOOL Cigr-8ox L.b M.n{rt. of Kin"QQ Bros. Ri"" .&l'riaa Xklit., F. S. 141 West Broadway: TobacctJ Merclumt. SArtiflland Gt.ttltlrl, Ci,fr loloJti1. lioffmaan D J. 24 Rue Morador Brown, A. II F. 57, 61 Lewts NEW YOBK_, Kr!cha H. W., 153 South. Forwardznr Agent,, LobeststeiD II Gans, 101 Malden Lau. off H L c Ced lllcbaelta, S. A Co., 195 Pearl. H mar>n, enir o 4t ar LOUISVILLE .J[J' Mutfin Too.ao Bf(g Plug Totzcco Man;}ainloa !llanafactur!Ac Ccmpuy. Bovwa.A.. fi .. 57 Lewla. Tob.uca c.-ili MtrcU.II. Paufll lllt#t?Hd T61xuM Cutu.-. Jtlnne1Fruc!o'S:, 141 Weot Broadway Wlaltl G. W. lr Co., 195 Kala. .BAs. TohatJ Brolltr1. "-----. eor. lkoachO(a --' CedM-.t Wm. G & Co., 56 8eve..th. 1....,. .. Nub, M. B., 571 Malo. .6-Lr_,,. ,..._ ;. TtiiJtzo ,.. Boer jOMpll,---.....r_,.. fctwnd S,l,lli11. I711trtud /lnlmw JI.Ar. 1 .... watb a: ., nif'4, .Jouqeu, C. Yl Liberty. ,,.._,, i ail Aid of M.fToN<f'*tl .nul iJo,..u'< Ctrn Appleby Cljtar 'ldachhte Co., 131 W'tokT. Gften .!It Meier, ooo W Ht lolalll. Fwdroo .:R."tic {/.........._ : .&:..-0. G. I< QQ., tn ilhJn. SternberJer, N & S. 44 Eachange PlaM. Dulv i Llaf ... Lizt., Pwit:: SMIII.i.z Pncol', W. F., 13 Elahtb. -t Wl,laol>, Goo. B., 14l ater. Sz--r 1UUi .Dt-.16 IM Ctlin, Ci"rnil' -.... Stela. A. led Nassau. Clark, aDd Rowan. .M-fcturn' "/ Fiu, Loog "" Straigll.t Cut Cawndish. ,_ 7 Pecare Lotlio N 71 Jobn. AIWII-d I. I. Carrell :1w. 6/ Sh Ctun. Stolte, John W. Cort, W .. H. 133 Chatham. To/Nubo Viuit> Ti1(& FDiifor Nowlin:a.. Youqer .t Co. J::Z't. : Wittemann llros S7 Maiden Lane. vc 'J ALBAXY K. T. Schul>ertb, H. C. .Mtnwfaclunrs of Tli>acco. XEW.ABKJ. Jf, J, Gner'l .L SoDs. s11 Broadway. c.mpbell, Lane A Co., 484 Broad. BALTIIIOJtE. p .. UH:cc W .,.,.uus. ';' Schoverllni'._WUllam Albnelat &I 8c:hroder, rl Guma.tt. Jf&OW OKLEAJI'I. La. Bofd W.A.. & Co., 33 South. TohMco Fattors nli Co111issio Merr.ill11t1, Dr-1 w. ud eo 37 Gay GottthM & St.....n.on, ih c.,-oo. Kerc:khoff c Co 49 South Obarlea v -olbora, Schaefer ud Co.,i/1Carolodolet. KremelloetT> J D, and Co. ...,_ ,. ._ Merfeld & Kemper,117 Lomba(d Parlett B. F. &; Co., 91 Lombard. TtJIHuK BrMir, Paul Wm" 17 South. Claik, !II. H .!It Bro. Bc:hroeder )ov .tOo .. 81 Place. Wenck E.l:., 46-and 48 South Cbarl.H. 1\Jb.c,o H'rdfiU'-Wiacllmeyer Ed .It Cu.., 30 South Calvert Aoathan )(. & Oo., uo !fortb Third Tobtltto FIIN.tra. Bamber1er L. 4: Co., 3 North Water. Glelke & Niemana, 78 Bo'Uth Charle.' lkemer Lewis, Sona, 312 1\'ortb. Third. Ho4m&D, Lee l!t <..o., '3 Exchange Plaoe. Dohan & Taitt, 107 Arch. lit. F.dward a, G. W. 1c Co., 61 North Froa.L s. h r1 s Wm. & Oo U! Soath Water Marburg Brothen, 1 to 149 0 a t. ltc l,klweU M.. E : & Co., 39_North Water. WUteu H. ACo., 181 West Pratt. N h w P.-r 0F --dLurf ..-.;, .. .,_ Bank J llluald<> It Oo. 3' ort att--.a .., .&4 8cbn.1dt &: J:leil, !13' South Becker Brothere, 98 Lombard. SorYer, Graeff & Coot, ros North Water Dukrt Hil'flaH tl Douio Ltf Tob.cco Steiner, Smith Bros. liz Knecht, a>5 Race. .J -'-.r: Ci Teller Brothers, 117 Nerth Third. .,. '!I rzn. Vetterleln J. & Co., UJ Arcll. Marriott G. H ll., 25 German. Woodward, Garrett & Co., 33 !forth Water S.vff .r rz. d Starr R."' Co. as South Calver MlJftujiU:ture.-> o, rlni!-CUt vr co., Wo T. BLACKWELL, 3. W. GJJISOX, T. c. WILLIA.JIS do CO., a .A.. PATTJCR80X &> VO., T11JI,ll'llll &> BRO., SA.LIIIOX do HAl!fCOt:'K, I!IOLTING &> BtJRfl'Citll, LIPIICOIIIJI do DOWD1 aa4 other Faetorlea. ABIIorieG BUich on Lfbercd Terms. Special Brands furnished /:Or Owners' au. The experien .ce of the leaf tobacco trade of this city has been in some respects so rem'arkable that we deem with quotations ranging for the former from 7o@$r. ro, and shipments. Concessions asked and obtained it appropriate at this time to submit a brief review of and for the latter from 777'f@$1.os. The sales of Of Havana s,ooo bales were sold, prices unchanged. the transactions for the period commencing January x, Havana were s,ooo (or the month, with I,ooo For May the m ost notable fea tur e in the Westetn leaf and ending August JI, 1874, which embraces eight bales of Yara. market was the emphatic declaration of an irremediable Goodwin d.i Co. 201 and 209 Wa.Hr Hoyt Thomas 8:. Co. 404 Pearl Kinney Broa 141 West Broadway Kraussmann 'A. 4;, Co., 741 Ninth. McAlpl!l D. H. & Co cor. Avenue D -anti Mille r Mrs. G B. & Co. 97 Columboa TobacCo Cutting Mac .4i,try. Weyman & Bro.; 79 aR d 81 Smithfield. Wulstein Henry, Myrtle avenue. Manufacturers "ExCII.riur Spun J?g/r' an4 BUFFALO. N.Y. OtL 'acco" months, or two thirds of the calendar year. Though February W'lS a dull month for Western leaf, the reof plants. Receipts increased to 9,238 hogs calculated to anticipate a good deal of the irlformation ceipts being 2 374 de!iveries, 2 ,256; sales, heads, deliveries to sales amounted to 4 ooo and usually spread bef()re our readers in the annual stater,Soo, with quotations for the grades previously de, export:; to z,soo, quotat10r.1 unchanged or as before,... ments or exhibits of each New Year1 it is, nevertheless, as follows: new lugs, light, 4 7'f@6Jic. to s@ 4]i@sYz to s@6%c. for lugs, and 6@1oYz believed that a concise summary of the statistks relating heavy; leaf light: 6Yz@8Yz, to 7@8Yz heavy; for l eaf. Transactions in Seed Leaf were.the hghtest of to the season's traffic, as far as recorded, will be aplea f old, S%@rolf for light, to -9 Yz@Io* for heavy. the year to present date, the on!! 4,349 preciated at this juncture by all branches of the tobacco The _of :I;.;af were :7 1 74 7 which 5 3 8 9 cases, and the exports 1,964, Wtlh pnces _the' trade, and that the more elaborate and pretentious Anfor expo rt, Ohio aswrted lots advancing ji@ J c. to ji h.ome trade being singularly torpid, and {oretgn advtces nuals will be none the less interesting on account of @rae. per pound.-. The sales of Havana were 4 000 continuing Havana there any thing that may happen to be made public in advance b ale s and of Yara: 400 ; inclusive of resa: es, the latter was a good inquiry, htgher pnces ap pearmg probable, of tlleir iss ue. to $r.io {Q'rfirie, unfavorable intelligence and sales were effected to t he ext ent of 6oo bales, /Iff" tlu C ""sq!idQttea Tolmcco C of G iiroJI. Parke, Wm: A. & Co, 44 Broad. Agoery Neuburger M. 2 8 3 Pearl .. N.Y. Co-operative pga.r Manure Co., 19 We.t Houston. O..gler S and o86 Gre<:nw!Gh Schwarz & ohr, 13 Bowery. 8eldeo b<:r g Co. Dey .1. 11 Bowery Stachellte M. r3o5 Cary Case S. S. & Co "9 Sooth Water Leaf TobacctJ l!roA.rt. Manufaciurer uf Czgars tmd Detz.kr i '10/Jacco J4llls R. A.. Maur9 r C. F., Clark. B.OCHE.fiiTER. N. Y, Deien i L.af Tr;bu. of Sartdhagen Bros., 17 West Ranciv;pb.. Whalen R. & 1T., l82 State. Mltf6Cturert if Fiot CNt C!ewig aoti S..oA-1114/tzeturen of Chewing zwd s..Mig. d Deaiert i ull.f Kimball Wrn. 8. & Co., Beck &Wirth, 22 and24 Watel". Dealer in Ltaj Tob11ctos. W!t.olesale Dealer in Cig""' ttnd TohacetJ. lllosely D. E., Mill street.' Lueneo u1 East Raodo!Pb Manufacturers of Cltew zng anti Smokint ToCINCilfNA';l'L hacco and Ciga". D..Jer1 iH411a1wandDo..u,tu ufTohauo. Gtlcker, C.&; G : cor. Factaon.:&lm The year opened with a stock of Western leaf in incom ing from the with 227 bales of Yara. Prices remai ned firm and w arehouses of I 1,885 hogsheads, with quota-March was also a sluggis!J month for business s teady tions ranging, in currency, f o r light lugs from 67-( %-c., in Western leaf; owirrg,-among other. reasons, June was a memorab:e moqth, inaugurating, as it did.,.._ and for heavy from 7Ji@7%c., and for light leaf, comto the way in which Congress dallied with a rei gn of sp:>et"ulatio.n and activity as remarkable as it mon to medium and fine, S@ulf to for trade and other interests, th e backwardness of reunexpected. Satisfied from their observations of heavy-gold standing at I09The receipts for Januceipts, though fuller than th e previGJus months, and the late and limited pl a Rting that the Western crop o{ 000 whereof the apathetic condition of foreign markets. The rethis year wa' s destined to be a short one, Western 1 ,200 were for export. The sales of_ Seed Leaf were were 5 ,2ss hogsheads, deliveries 3 ,622, sales de a lers or as they were called, speculators entered the : 8,66o of which _for export 4,76o, w ith 2 ,soo, with little or, nothing, as befc;re, for completely it. con as Jollbws: Connecticut and Massachusetts crop. of Q.uotations were, for new lugs to s@6%c.; clition of great depressiOn 1t bounaed at once mto a 187o, 6@9c.; do i87I, j wrappe,rs, leaf, 6 7'f@8Yz to old Jeaf, 8%@ro7'f to state of uncommon anim a t ion, and the month closed z2@45; seconds, r2@22; fi1llers, Io@rs; 1871 State Seed Leaf was sold to the extent of 7 224 cases, with an advance in prices of from one and a-half to twc>assorted lots, wrappers, 14@35; fillers, 6Yz@ ar.d exporte.d to the extent oi 5 340 cases, with a slfgHt cents a pound over those previously prevailing. 8. lots, t8. @2S ; wrappers, 25 decline in Oblo, There were 6,ooo bales of Havana The receipts were 7,969 hogsheads, deliveries 4,158r @6o; fi\leis, Io@I4 Ohio lots, 8@n ; wrapand 98 bales of Yara sold, with prices mainly the same sales rz,soo, and exports 4,ooo. Seed Leaf participated pers, 14{i925 ; fillers, 6@7. W1sconsm assorted. lots, as for the previous month. : in the im provement of the month in of sales,. r.o.g Connecticut and Massachusetts wrappers, crop b bl W t the fiaures approximating those of January, :February <.::> d fill 8 S In April more actlv1ty was o serva e m es ern b o,f J87z, rs@so; secopn s, 9@1 I5.; d ers, leaf the receipts being 8,8o o hogsheads, deliver ies J,r:n, and March, or showing 7,164 cases sold; with 2,99 0 ex-assorte,d lots 7@20 cnnsy vama o, 1/z<.::>zo: 10 d orted the export btanch of the trade not yet respond, J r sales 4 ,ooo, and exports 2,5oo, an quotatiOns p 1 do, 6@7}.(; W1sconsm, 6}-(@Io. Some of the 1.873 ., f r/c.srL to s@6 L c for lugs and ing to the new condition. ;Havana was ess t act1_ve, for new .. rop rom ;1-4 Connecticut was boUjfht diJrlog the month at from sc. to ?@uc. for leaf, Seed Leaf changed hands oddly enough, than it hlld been, only 3,590 bales beJDg for fillers to Joc. for aeconds and as@45c. for wra pto the numbez of 6 197 of which 3 ,915 for excalled for, together with 313 bales of Yara. Prices. pers. Of Havana tobacco there was a stock on band, ort, bowing a considerable falling off poth of sales steady and u naltered on January I, of 1717oo bales, ai)d ofYara of75!' bales, P CAl BUIOB 1.500 SOW nt,lltBi PIB BAY. W 1,080 LIIQ. Send for CimMT With 500 Rmerenem". PRICE $50. 131 WAmL I. T. I

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, 2 l'Bil-TOBAVCOIL:BA.P 8EPT. 23. ---------THE 'l'OBACOO MARKET. July was an exceediagly busy month, not only specu lators, but manufacturers, exporters and jobbers com-___ DOMESTIC. of leaf, they can pu t up goods at even present pn1=es." "The condltton of things 1s more satisfactory than it bas been. Tobacco :s once more a r atable article. and it remains w1th the manufacturers to say whether or not it shall continue so. The present tendency is upward and thts market IS, in all respects, a safe one to sb1p to" "The advance m leaf IS so great that buyers are sllll mare or less afatd to purchase manufactured goods freely, and yet all believe they wtll still further advance. Manufactured tobacco has not advanced more than twenty per cent, bnghts have, perhaps, twenty-five, and poss t bly the average ts whtle leaf has gone up fully fifty per cent. Our pnces must go htgher as man\lfacturers, unless they have sold out, do not dare to make up goods at current rates wtth leaf remammg where 1t now ts." GLASGOW-:126 hhds, 20 cases. HAMBURG-IIi) hhds, 53 0 stems, bales good to fine do, 12.00@I4. 00 do rs.oo@ 444 caaes, 16 I8.oo do stems a nd pnmmgs, 3 00@4.00. Inspected week: 715 hhds Maryland, 764 do Ohto, 3 d'l V j r gmta; total, 1,482 hhds. Cleared same penod. 907 hbds tobacco, 570 cases seed leaf, per steamer Berlm to Bremen: 89 hhds Maryland, 26 hhds and Vtrgima per steamer N1111a Sc11tia to Ltverpool; 713 bhds Oh1o per bark A if to Bcndeault ; 66 hhc:ls Maryland per NEw YORK, :u. HAVRE-159 hhds LEGHO N-794 hhds LlVERPOOL-:n8 hhds LoNDoN-207 hhds, 23,555 cases MELBOURNE-68,745 )bs mfd. peting for what Western lleaf remained, unsold at the close of J one. The excttement of the prevtous month instead of abatmg, as many thought tt would, was m tensified almost daLly by contmuous ;eports of ev1l omen fram the plantmg districts all over the country, and the market closed wtth the heaviest record of trans-Western Le;af-The market has been comparatively qutet during the past week, as most of the Western operators have returned home. l'he sales reported amount to 4,538 hhds, but include a large quantity preVIOusly sold. We note 8oS to JObbers, 67:1 to exporters, 3940to manufacturers, 83 to cutters-the remainder we actmns of any month of the year, and with prices sttll presume to speculators, although some factors have not NAPLBS-460 hhds. ROTTERDAM-I hhd, 27 Cases, 35,611 lbs Jllfd ST JoaNs-6,500 cases steamer Lady Lytelle 'o LlVerp,ool, 25 cases tobacco to the West Indie s; 8 l>hds tobacco to Demerara. further mcreased. Lugs ranged from 6 Yz @8 Yz c to 8 Yz gtven particulars. We note no change m pnces. All @gUc., and leaf from roYz@r{V,c. and for sound u seful tobacco, swtable etther for home trade or selections from I3U @17c. Rece1pts 1o,384 hogsheads, ex11ort, ISm good demand, whtle nondescnpt lots are delivenes 5 94 6, sales 17, 7 00 exports z,soo, speculaneglected smce their Western fnends have "gone DOMESTIC R.ECEIPTB back" on them. As Illustratmg the recent advan ce we tors makmg the greater portion of the purchases. Seed may mentton a sale thts week of common trash at douLejif..felt the mspiration of the hour very forctbly, ble tts cost early m June, and country purchases of buyus for a r!JIIe entermg the market for the lower loose crops could now generally be sold at a simtlar grades for substttutes. The sale!< reached u,5I5 ca&es, profit. tSt week 2d week. 3d week 4th week !tq. week Total Smokmg-A fatrly active week is reported by dealers 1'n srnokmg tobacco. The unfavorable weather m1lttated agamst the local jobbmg trade a ltttle, but from the In terior and the remoter secttons of the country the orders came m by mail and telegraph in satisfactory numbers Where goods are sttll offered at pnces be tween the old moderate and the new extreme rates buyers evmce a natural and commendable destre to ern brace uppo r tunittes before i: ts too late, and hnes thus The arrivals at port of Now ork from domestic mtenor and coastwtse ports for the week endmg Sept. 22, were 3,153 93 trcs, I4 half trcs, 168 qtr trc s, ro butts, 7,592 cases, sx bales, 305 boxes, 361 three-qtr boxes, 540 halfbo,.,es, 42 thud boxes, 359 qtr boxes, 44 etghth boxes, 595 caddtes, 30 kegs, 246 cases cigars, I do licence, so boxes ptpes, constgned as follows BY THE ERIE RAILROAD -A C. L & 0. Meyer, 21 hhds, D J Garth, Son & Co, 73. do Toe!, Rose & Co., 66 do; R L Mattland & Co, 41 do; Sawyer, Wallace & 123 do. Kremelberg & Co, 96 do P. Lonll a rd & Co, 30 do; "Blakemore, Mayo & Ce., 47 do, Btll & Brothers, 38 do, J. H. Moore & Co, 2 do, Thos. Kin mcutt, 59 do, Pollard, Pettus & Co, 95 do; E M W:tght & Co, 1 I9 do; J P Q_um & Co 35 do ; Drew & Deane, 6 do; W. 0 Smtth & Co, 31 do, Chas Lulmg & Co., 12 do, J arviS & 'Co, 20 do, Bunzl & DorrnHzer, 120 cases C H. Sp Hzner, 40 do; Order, 205 hhds, 194 cases 71378 of whtch were for sbtpment abroad, with quo'a January ... 668 942 958 832 3,400 ttons as follows Connecttcut and Massacnusetts, crop Fe'btuary .425 35 410 614 2,ooo of 187o,7@roc, I8p-1872,.do; wrappers. r8@3oc., March---375 892 733 soo z,soo selections, 32@45c.; seconds, 10@r2c., fillers, 6@7c., ApnL.--287 535 7Il 853 3,8oo May.--:=. 538 -r,onr 878 ? 792 781 4,ooo State, assorted, 7@1oc., wrappers, I4@:15c.; ftlll'lrs, 6@ June ____ s 49 4 2 46 3 ,629 4,276 ____ I3,ooo 7c. Pennsylvama, assorted, ro@2oc.; wrappers, 25@ July ..... -3,199"" 4,818 4,636 2,891 :2,456 I8,ooo 40c.; filleis, (J@Ioc, Oh10, assorted, Wtsconsm, 1,345 2,277 3,898 4,II3 4,367 r6,ooo assorted,7@7Yzc., ConnectJcutandMassachusetts,crop Sept. .. 42 5 4I34 4,538 ------12 V1rgzma Leaf-There has bee,, some additwn dunng of 187 3, seconds, Io@ r6c.' do fillers, 6@8., ,;Penn the past week to the stock of Vtrgtma tobacco m thts syhania, assorted, 12@2oc ; Ohto, assorted 7@7Yzc., market, and some sales of the better grades are reported wisco nsm, assorted, 676@7c.; State, assorted, 8@I4C. at pretty full figures, 75 cents a pound bemg reahzed Havana tobacco remamed apparently, sales for a round lot in one instance. Astde from these tmfootmg up only 3 500 bales. proved features, wh1ch are of tmportance as far as they go, there has been RO notable change smce our preAugust showed sales of Western leaf out very vtous revtew. It can nett be said that there has been slightly under those of July, whtle the tone of the marany matena! increase in the quantity of stock, or m the ket was confident and stronger than ever. A largely demand, or that pnces generally have fully responded deficient crop was a fixed fact, and, as a consequence, to those prevailtne: at Rtchmond, but for such change heavy sales and increased prices, from a half to a cent as is perceptible tn each partlcula the market is unquestiOnably the better for it, and accordingly exhtbtts a a pound were recorded. Western buyers returned and firm 'er tone. Dark wrappers may oe quoted at 20@ 25c hberally, also did all branches of the and bnght_ at 45@8oc. 1f current rates, as shown by regular trade. The rece1pts were 7 hogsheads ; transactions dunng the week, may be takerr as mdtces dehveries, 3,960; sales, 17 ,ooo; expofts, 2 ,6oo; purchases and can be mamtamed. Western le-af wall active as for consumption being 4 ,700 Q..uotations for all grades usual and showed an advancing tendency, though proj;>ably not quotably higher. September I, as f()llows-gold rangiag at rog Y8 Seed The seed leotf market was not so animated Light. Heavy. lastc week as for a of the preceding weeks, there were, Common lugs.---------7 @ 1Yzc r 9 @ 9%c havmg been a considerable falltng off in the export deGoad __________ ....... 8Yz@ ro' mand, the arnval ofa Low lea.--------:----IO @uc II at Hremen bemg among the asstgned causes of the oc-Medtum--'"-------nYz@r3c Currence. In the home department a regular bustn.ess I3 @r4c r3Yz@r4%c was done, wl!h sales to the ameunt oi r,oso case}; wh1le Fme ..,----------------14_Vo@r'sc IS @16c forshtpmenttheyamounted toonlyr,26r,anda!together SelectiOnS. I5Y.@I7C I7 @I8c only 2,311, agamst 5,365 the week precedmg. The sales of seed leaf were constderably in excess 'I he transactwns m detail were as follows: For home of those of the previous month, and larger than for any trade, 200 cases I873 State at n@uc f 200 ca$es do rnont!l dunng tile year, amounting to 14,778 cases j Pennsylvama on pnvate terms; roo cases Sl)ndrtes 2t 7 @Be.; 200 cases 1873 '0hto at 1i@12%c; 150 cases u,412 bemg for export, wh1ch was the largest monthly I872 Connecllcut at IS@ 2 8c., and 200 cases 1873 do at export of year. Q.uotabons close as Aollows: 35@45c.; and fo export iso cases Connecticut x87o at Connecticut and Massachusetts, crop of r87o, 8@uc.; 9@roc, 500 r873 Oh10 at 9U@1oYzc.; rso cases crops of 1871-187 2 1 selectiOns, 32 do Penosylvania at x6@r8c., I'oo cases 1872 do at 9@ sc.; seconds, Io@I2C; fillers, 6@7c, State, assorted, I3C, and 36I cases r873 State at. I2@14CW,rlting 0f the Wisconsin crop of 1874, a -correspon common, iYz@1oc.; good to nrie, I2@r8c.; wrappers, 14 dent tiays: "The aew crop 1s abqut one-tenth of the @25c.; fillers, 6@7c., Pen{)sylvama, assorted, II@2oc.; former year, say 2,ooo t:ases, and even that IS too llJUCh. wrappers, r8@4oc., fillers, 7@1oc, assorted, 8@ Ano_ther hte observer places the yteld at about -s.ooo roc., W1sconsm, 7 y. @9 c.; Connecticut, assorted, crop cases, and adds that the e aq,d ll_grflat deal of 1g73, r8@ 3 oc., Massachusetts do, r 4@2 oc .; Conof poor tobacco II) the crop. These and other dtfterences of opimon on the same general are to be necttcut and Massachusetts seconds, xo@16c., fillers, 6 expected for a while yet Sc.; Pennsylvama, assQrted, I6@25c., Oh10 do, 8U Stock prospects are now a suoject of comment to the @9Yzc.; Wisconsin do, State de, common, trade,'and it is conce cases .JUJIOB EDI'l'ORIAI,S. Remammg of crop of I 87o and I871 . 9,000 cases R.&TUitNED FRO.M"-:'EUROPE.-We nore the return from Total ... J -.. 99,000 cases. Add to this the growth of I873, compnsmg: a four : nrontb's-_}(1Urmy over Spatn. C"ontmental C d'M h Euro e, of Col. F. W. Steny, -of the wel).oknown-itcorice onnecllcut an as sac usetts .......... 4o,ooo cases. P & s ,... _. s c I ;_ State . . .................. r5,ooo cases. firm of Weaver terry, treet. o Pe nsylvama . ..... .'. ....... Jo,ooo cases. J:Onheim & Co., 3 do; H. Harwood, 14 do, cts P. Lorillard & Co. 7 hhds, 20 ,trcs; Pioneer Tobacco Co. i do, I4 do; J.P. Qum & Co. 5 do, 16 do; W 0. Smllh & Co 37 do, 15 do; J. D Ketlly, Jr., I6 do, 4 do, 36 cases mf!l ; Buchanan & Lyall, IJ trcs ; Kremelberg & Co. 8 do, 70 cases mfd, 196 three-qtr boxes do R. W. Cameron, 25 q,r trcs, Hermann Koop & Co. I23qtr trcs, 76 cases mfd, J as. H. Thompson & Co IO 3 cases smokmg, 2 do mfd, 1 do hconce; C E Lee, 12 cases smokmg, 30 kegs mfd, IJ half boxes do, 2 thud boxe, do, ro qtr boxes do, 44 e1ghth boxes Dohan, Carroll & Co. 167 cases mfd, 421 half boxes do, 25 thtrd boxes do, 290 qtr boxes do J. D. Evans & Co 58 cases mfd, 75 half boxes do 27 qtr boxes do; M. M. Welzhofer, 53 cases smoking, 1 do mf:l, 8 cadd1es do, E. DuBots, 4 7 cases mfd, 15 third boxes do, 300 caddies do, Lemon, Mandelbaum & Co. 2 cases, 2 bales; Allen & Co. 39 cases mfd, 3 half boxes do, Bulkley, Moore & Co. 53 cases mfd, 28 half boxes do; J as. M. Gardmer & C<'l. 2 cas es mfd, 112 caddtes do ; A. Hen & Co 200 cases smokmg, so boxes ptpes; A. & L Weiss, 7 cases smkg, McFall & Hogan, 4 do, D. & A. Bendhe1m, 38 do, Martm & Johnson, 13 do, N. Wtse, 20 do, Lmdhetm & Langsdorf, 5 do ; E. Hoffman, 3 do ; C. & F. Schretber, 5 do ; G. W. Hillman & Co., 4 cases mfd; Maddux, 24 do ; Carhart Brothers, so bxs do ; Marrh, Pnce & Co., 255 boxes do; Blakemore, Mayo & Co., ro5 three qtr bxs do ; H. 'A Rtchey, 32 qtr bxs do, uo caddtes do, Order, 5 hhds, 3 trcs, 14 half trcs, ro qtr trcs, 6o three qtr bxs, 55 caddtes. loaf clo Common to good lug 1 @ WuOfUJn-crop mmnon teat 10 @u R.unnma-.Lou. '1 8 8 M.dium u.!('tl3 Fort-Lfllt--Good. 13"@1.5 H&Yan&FU Com 22 Fine .... 15 @!7 do Good do 95 lielectiona t8 @oo \ I :::.:: Yara I, II Cut 85@1 00 ClarklvUI.< ..,.a w .. um DWrlcl. ll..,."./at.r d -Tu20 ct.o. per poaod. Common \o lugs 9 @ 10-" Potmdr -:BiiaGKT .t Oom.mon led ... u @u Extra 1lne ..... .lledn1m lear' ....... 60 @66 Good @ MedillDI. ..... .. .. .. 43 @45 F!DO ...... Good .. .. .. 4> @48 SelecbODO ........ B 411\>0 Oommon ....... j..... 41 f";.rgl:nw-Mouldy, acarce 38 Wrappen, daik @ ,4 L labtPresoed,extr&llllo 60 @6S do brlgbl 30 @4o Ligbi PreoMII 50 @)60 Heavy S!iipp1ng Leaf 1:1 @.r4 Quarter Pollno @ H Na"ll Pbtlltd< -FIDe 06 @.60 Ol"o -Izlor to good coai. 4H@ 6 :Navy H"OV l'bulod< and Brown and Greellisk 6 7 Thtr @45 Seconds ........ ....... n r.5 Pockd.Piteu t Common Wrappers 20 f?hs Jo Bood 2 Good Wrappers ...... 35 NfiT"*'ad 2'1dUC 28 @;32 Selections. so @6e ftlrC,.Two lWauaclll!.s'dU-Crop 1871 and 1871. lO'e and l:l'a .. -Flllers ....... 6 @ 1 Fin 23 Seconds 8 @1o e Wrappers u @h o @20 Runmng Lot.. o @ J Gnaala&od 8molrina PFtii::;anta-:Crop r87I :Medtum to good ....... 36 @50 A rted Lots 10 Good to fine.... 50@1 sso G\gorf-l){vmesttc. Selections 3P S Seed and Hav&oa Pnc,sylTHl,.UJ.-Ccop 1813 per K. ........ 5 OO F1llers .. 6 @ 8 do Oonn Seed Su NV-40 Ofi Ass9rted """-qa J Setecbons 40 @so do do 90@30 00 Nrw YnA! Stt1-Crop 187r and 187:1 New York Seed CGIUl. Flllel'!l 6 @ 7 wrapper .. 2l! 00@30 00 Running. ioi.' : .' : 9 @I! Penn do do do. 17 00 SeiectlOns ,5 fiii3o Oh10 do do do 17 00 23 00 O.iu-Crop 1g1 and 1s701 Coun Filler and St. F11lers .. .. ... 6 @ 7 wrapper. .... 20 ooeso 00 Run nina-Lots .! 1 @ a Commou Ci_gara 1 5 OU@} 1 '1 00 Selec t1ons ..- u Cheroots aDd Sises.. 10 C0@12 00 WscDnst,.-Crop r87J .Snttff-Maccoboy 86@-Wrappera .............. 8 @t5 = EXPORT QUOTATJOXS, = =ti Coii'II#JCNI 6--Mass -crop 1870 Laconu. Ourrr11ey Wrappero I @9 A 0 S ................ --@18 Lots 1 @8 Gold Co11 c,.. Mlu$-Ctop t87:a "G C"' 460 !b cutta. Fillers 5 86 "1' G" .SO lb cuea. 28]> Pt,.IUyirJMua-Crop d7:a c Ac A 374 Jbe. net....... Runmog Lots 8 (!tu ,. G k F" u 1873 14 @ ... Walhs E-x "eo lbe oet 29 Oh...-CropS,-73 I C yCa".............. 28 Ruoninf Loti 9 Ynarria .......... 25 New Y" State-Crop d7J z. A" 2SO J'ba........... 20 Ruanlll&' Lots .. . 1KBK HF" .. 20 do do 1873 ...... 8 @18 R.lt" .. .. ...... N -w Y 11rk-Crop 1870. '"W S '.. ... .. ;n. Wrappers 8 @Io ua .. 8 .. .. 2Y Lots 7 K@ 8)( IMPORTS. The arnvals at the port of New York from foretgn ports for the week endmg September 2 2, mcluded the fol lowing constgnments : BREMEN-Rosenstein Brothers, 10 cases snuff. Francois & Co., 1 case cigars. MESSINA-Kausche & Downing, 55 cases Jiconce paste. PARA-G. Amsinck & Co., I package tobacco. HAVANA-Tobacco-J. J. Almtral, 37 bales E Hoff man, 55 do. Ctgars-G. W. Faber, r6 cases, A. Gon zales, 4 do; Jose A. Vega, 22 do ; Howard lves I do ; M. & E Salomon, 9 do; Chas. T. Bauer & Co., 2 do A. S Rosenbaum & Co 3 do; Acker, Mernll & Con dtt, 2.3 do; W. H Thomas & Brother, 17 do; Park & T1lford, 23 do BY XoRTH RIVER BoATS.-Order, 140 hhds. COASTWISE FROM BALTIMOR;E.-Kremelberg & Co.J rs hhds Ij. Henwood, 82 do; H. Hoffman & Co., 38 do ; E. Rosenwald & Brother, so cases; Weiss, Eller & Kaeppel, 21 do; Order, 103 hhds 144 cases. CoASTWISE FROM KxY WEST -Per steamer Clytie: Ctgars-Setdenberg & Co, roo cases; Fred'k Co., 55 do; H. Gaulher, 13 do, Order, 1 do Scraps-V. Martmez Ybor & Co, 16 bales; Setdenberg & Co., 20 do. ._Per steamer Czty of Wac11 CtgarsFred'k de Barry & Co., 29 cases; Setdenberg & Co 40 do H Gaullter 7 do; W. Perkms, I do. Scraps-Setdenberg & Co, 10 bales. CoASTWISE FROM N ... w ORLEANS -Toe!, Rose & Co., Ioo hhas, F. W. Tatgenhorst, 1 do; Order, 858 do BALTIMORE, September 19.-Messrs. Ed. Wisch meyer & Co., Tobacco CommiSSIOn Merchants, report: Receipts of leaf tobacco contmue hbera l the mspections tbts week amountmg to about I,5oo hhds, and the mar ket exh tbtts the same general features as durmg last week : For Maryland, as stated last week, lthe m'lrket 1s scarcely as firm as 1t laas been, though full pnccs are still asked and no dtsposttwn ts manifested to recede, buyers generally demand concesswns, and the purchases of thts descriptiOn this week have been small compara tively. In Ohto the movement contmues active and the feelmg very strong. Sales for the week compnse about 700 hhds, taken by speculators and the regular trade, the bulk however by speculators, who are eager pur chasers, all at full pnces. The growmg Ohio crop wtll be the shortest gathered smce the State has become notable as a tobacco-producmg one, bemg esttmated by many as low as one-tenth of last year's productwn. Of Kentucky we note sale of 40 hhds fatr leaf at I 1 cents, whtle m V1rgm1a there has been no movement, though for these as well as other descnptions the market ts strong We quote to day as follows : Maryland, common frosted, $4.50@5; do sound common, 6.oo@7.oo, do good do, 7So@S.so; do medium, g.oo@ro.oo do leafy brown, ro.oo@ u.oo; do bnght red to yellow, 15.00@2o.oo, Upper Maryland, Ups, 6 oo @8.oo, do brown to red, g.oo@ 1 o.oo; do yellow spangled 12 oo@15 oo; do extra do, r6.oo@r8.oo, do fancy, EXPORTS. 25.00@30 oo; Ohto, frosted, 5 oo@s.so ; do inferie>r to From the port of New York to foreign ports for the good common, 6.oo@7.oo; do greemsb and brown, 7.00@ week end ing September 22, were as follows : 8.oo ; do medtum and leafy brown, 8.oo@9.50; do meANTWERP-35 bhds, 64 cases, 7,326 lbs mfd. dtum to fine red, 8.50@1 r.oo; do common to medium ASPINWALL--4,26o lbs mfd. spangled, 8.oo@n.oo; do fine spangled to yellow, 13 oo Aux CAY'XS-II4 bales. @25 oo, Kentucky, common to good lugs, 8.so@g.so ; BitlSTOL-I05 bhds. "' do heavy sty!Cll d.)1 9 oo@ro.oo; do low tb medium leaf, MR RAYMOND AT THE PARK THEATRE -Mark Twam's Gtlded A11;e" at the New Park Theatre has proved to be' a palpable htt." It IS not an espec 1 ally clever drama e1ther in mctdent or co nstruc tton t but 1t JS purely Amencan-kt:ows no foretgn pater mty-and in thelperson of Col. Sellars, 3. Weste n spec ulator mtroduces to the stage a character whtch the if we mistake not, will not wtlhngly let d1e. An old -actor and dramatist who sat "m frent on the first night descnbed C11l. Sellars as an Amencan edtt!On of Mu:a'wber, and wtth some degree of truth, but the part is no copy of any prevtous creation that we know of, but is human nature as found in the Southwest, oqly shgbtly and charmmgly cancatured. As Col. Sellars, Mr. John T. Raymond, an excellent eccentnc comedtan, is seen at b1s best. The character fits btm like a glove" and the kindly hu111or, the earnest fatth m the -wild schemes his bram propounds, and the that ts constantly crowning his fnends with Imaginary wealth, are most ably illustrated. We have seen few stage personattons for which there seemed a bnghter future. Mr. Raymond bas found, in leavmg the beaten patbs a lead of character that, as a touch of na must make the whole Amenean world km, and rank h1m with Jefferson, Owens, and the few othen who have added to our bst of dramatic portraitures really
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I SEPT. 23. LEA.Pi l6.9 o@ 1.so; 1 at 9 9o; 3 2 at Io@I4'7S, 47 at IS@ Reg1e for France and Italy, Type A, boxes at 7@43 In the same t1me 64 hhds were :r975; 18at2 o@29.75 s4hhdsBrownCo,O.,trash, 13, Regie for France and Italy, Type B, 11Y.@12, passedvndre1ected (43 yesterday), the reJected b1ds lugs and leaf r4 at f>to@I4 75 ; 45 at IS@I9 7S :z2 Reg1e for France and Italy, T ype C, 9Y.@1o, Mex1can rangmg at 17 20@33 To-day, market unsettled and a at :zo@:z6; 3 at 30@32 6 hhds Owen Co., Ky. Balers, in hhcls, 16@18c; Afncans, 13@1sc, Bilbao, shade lower generally on offerongs; but colory manu2 at J1! to, 8,9 o, 2 at IS-25, 19, 2 at 21.75, 26.zs. 24 13@14c. August 12, I874, In currency Lugs, 7@8Y., factunng was m demand at full preVIOI!S pnces. Sales hhds :E_'endleton Co., Jugs :1nd leaf: 16 at $to@ low leaf, 9@9Y. med1um leaf, xo@toY., fine leaf, 55 hhds. 4 at I7.I0@7o; 3 at 8 Io@S.7o; 12 at 9 10@ I 4 25 6 at IS.2S@I9 so, 2 at :zo.zs, 23 so. z hhds nYz@I2Yz, selecttons, 13@13Y.; Regte for France and 9 90; II at Io@I0.75; 8 at n@n 7Si 6 at 12@12 75, West V1rginia a.t f,ro 2s, 14.2S s khds Southern KenItaly, Type A, ,u@Jl Regte for France and Italy, s at 13 2S@I3-s.o; 3 at I4 2S@I4S; 2 at t7,@t7 7S, x tucky 3 at Sr4S; '"'2 at 2o.so, 23$" 3 hhds Ohio Type B, w@xoY.c; Regte for France and Italy, Type at 3S and 13 boxes at 7 20@u. 5 hhds were passed, seed at $6@640. 38 boxes Ohto seed fillers and C, 8Y.@9C, Mexican Balers, in hhds, 14@t6c, Mex-and b1ds were on IS hhds at f>9@17 2s, and 6 J:nders: 1 at f>s.So; 18 at 6@7 So; 5 at 8 xo@9.10, 4 1can Balers, m bales, rs@17c; Afr1cans, II@I4C; do sweepings at 1.6o. We quote factory lugs at 7 oo at JO so@II 75 r Bilbao, Receipts-Our receipts smce Janu @9.00, ,planters' do, 9@10.25; common leaf, IO so@ At the Globe WarPbouse, 191 hhdsand x box :-87 ary 1, are 16,376 hhds agamst 30,746 hhds same t1me u.so, medmm shrppmg leaf, u.so@r:z.2S; good do, hhds Mason Co., Ky., trash, lugs and leaf 2 at f>9 30, last year, and the total receipts of Western crops here 13 50@15 so ; medium manufacturing do 12@14, good 9 95; 23 at 10 .so@14.75; 48 at 15@19.75, 14 at 20@ andm New York, is 10 ,351 Hhds, against I12,617 hhds. do, 15@18; me.iium bnght wrapping leaf, 25.25. s4 hhds Brown Co, 0., lugs and leal: 23 at 1 I.so Stock Unsold-The stock unsold ts 7,43S hbd&, agamst good do, 40@5o; fine do, 6o@9o. Full iquotat10ns can @I4S; 3:11 at 15@ 9, 38 at 30@2S 13 hhds 121318 hhds last year, and comprises 2,soo lugs (7oo old not be had for light we1ght packges and tobaacco out of Owen Co., Ky., lugs and leaf: I at J9; 8 at 10@14; 4 crop), ISO Gambias, Ieo Missouri Factory dned, and conditiOn. Prices have declined f>I to l2 during the at IS, 15, ':!:8.so, 2 4.75 4 hhds Pel)dleton Co., Ky., the restdue medmm, and good leaf suitable for French past two days, as the receipts been good Jugs and leaf: I at fuS; 3 at 20@24 25. 3 hhds and Itahan Reg1e, w1th some few New Sty)e" German 1 FOREIGN. West Vrrgmta at 1o.so, I4.25, I7 75 x box do at spmhers. VIsible Supply-The table of stocks here-AMSTERDAM, September Schaap & w1th, shows on hand in the open markets of the world, VanVeen, Tobacco Brokers, report:-The past week At the Miami Warehouse, 299 hhds and 28 boxes 98,999 hhds; add to which the amount afoat from New now ended, has been a very acttve one, as was generally 7 2 hbds Mason Co, Ky, tra,h, lugs and leaf 2 at York and New Orleans for the open markets of Europe, expected. A bulk of I7,ooo bales of Yara tobacco $8.4 o, 9 ; 29 at ro@I4 so, 3I at xs@19 so, 9 at 20@ 27,222 hhds, do from New Orleans for resale m New brought m market, and mostly fJf good and very fatr 22.so; 1 at 32. 5 9 hhds Brown Co, 0., trash, logs and York, 750 hhds, stock umnspected 1n New York, est1 J quahty, must necessanly awaken the attention of all leaf 1 at f>9 6E>, 19 at u@I4 75; 23 at r5@19So, 16 mated Io,ooo hhds; stock tn Lomsvtlle, Sept. I, IS,3S7 the traders and manufacturers m thts country and from at 20 @ 2 7 40 hhds Owen Co., Ky, lugs and leaf. I2 hhds; stock 10 Paducah, Sept. r, 2,190 hhds stock m abroad. It ts more than necessary to say that by such at $xo@r4 7s, 19 at IS@19.so, 9 at 20@25 75 ros ClarksVIlle, Sept. 1, 2,526 hhds, stock m Cmcinnatt, St. a confluence, the competition was m the same propor hhds Pendleton Co., Ky., tiasb, lugs and leaf 2 at f>9Louts, Hendersol\, Nash\tlle, Hopkmsvtlle, etc., S,ooo uon and, except 8oo bales, for wh1ch the holders destred 2 o@ 9.so; 41 at 10@14 7S; 43 at 15@19 so; 18 at hhds, together, x65,044 hhcis. Growing Crop-The sull higher pnces, every lot was s&ld at very high prices 30 so@27 so; I at 31. 2:1 hhds Boone Co., Ky, lugs growmg crop 18 esumated 10 the West all the way from and several parcels of the finest quahties found buyers and leaf: 10 at $12.so@14 so, 8 at IS.2S@I7 2S, 3 at IJ to 2S per cent. of last year's productmu, but Lt IS not from 20 to 2S per cent. above the general valuatiOns 20 75@22.2S. 1 hhd West Vtrgima at f,Io 75, 1 box domg well and a large proportiOn of what IS standmg, Of Sumatra tobacco, 1,698 bales were sold from f>I.SO do at 7 75 27 cases Ohto seed, fillers, bmders and (bemg planted unreasonably late), incurs the risk of to 3 oo. Upon the 16th of thts month agam about t8,-wrappers: 9 at $6 os@6.9o, 7 at 8.os@9 SO; II at 10 frost. Truth however IS not attamable unt1l the present ooe bales of Java will be offered by subscnpt10n, and as @IJ stocks are sold out. Reg1e Contracts-Oct"ber w1ll defar as samphng has been done of some 4 to s,ooo bales, At the Morns Warehouse, 288 hhds and 2 boxesc1de whether contractor& will abandoa their 20 per cent. we can again expect an of very fine tobacco, 131 hhds Mason Co., Ky., trash, lugs and leaf 3 at forfe1t or.comply wah the sec9nd mstallment due ISt of and m the same proportion am mated buyer!. Of Macyat. IO@l4,J!i.,@ ,at IS@-19 7S. 34 at December. France sull r equues a,bout 6,ooo, Italy, land tobacco, 120 hhds found Arnva}s. 630 s..at 3Clr@.34 bhd\ Brown.. Co, 0 4 at 9,ooo, and 8pa1n 3,ooo hhds. Fllture-TRe future of hhds Maryland, 7o 'do 16 do Kentucky, 86 do f,u.so,@l-4.as; ... 7 70 hhds and I box pnces 1s strong. for should ontractors fatl to comply Vugima, 3,433 bales. Java, 63 chests Cavendish. Of Owen Co., Ky., trash, )ug:sand leaf. 4 at 18.20@9: With theu contracts, the Regtes will buy through thetr the 86 b.bds Virginia, so hhds were already sold under 32 a IO@I4S, r8 at I5@19 75; 14 at 20 7S@29, Consuls, and tbe VISible S!ipply mcluding the small growsad. Stock to-day: 956 hhds Maryland, 165 do Oh10, I box at 19 25. 36 hhds Pendleton Co, Ky., lugs and ing crop, wtll hardly meet the consumptiOn of the world, 16 dO> Kentucky, 36 do Vtrgmta, 37,279 bales Java1 i IS at $Io@t4 so; I6 at is 2S@I8 so; s at 2o@ ttll the crop of 1876 becomes ava1lable. I87s-In my 7,501 do Java (monkey's ha1r), 33 do Sumatra, 1,762 do 23 75 26 bbds Boone Co, Ky, lugs and leaf: 9 at report of 1oth March last (and .se far I am about COLO-Rto Grande, 63 cases Cavendtsh $8 -1o@J9 9o; 18 at Io@I4 so, I at IS 12 hhds and I rect), I estimated that New York and New Orleans BREME.N, Septembtt 4 -Our spectal correspondent bOx WestVtrglma. at $8 75@9."10; 4 at to.so@I4, would begm the year of 187 S w1th stocks of Js,ooo hhds; reports -The first week shows a good bu,mess. Sales 4 at 15.@16.75 1 box at 8 2q. 2 hhds Oh10 seed at add my est1mate of the !'.rowing crop on 12th August amount to 4 S 0 hhds, nearly all from store and the to$6 so, 6 70 last (which ISm excess of all Western esttmates), avail-bacco sold consists entirely of heavy leaf, at prices for At the Phister Warehouse, 26 hhds and 33 boxes:able m _r875, 76,ooo hhds, estimated total supply for medmm to fine spmners closiOgnearly 10 pfenmgs 20 hbds Mason Co., Ky., trash, lugs 2 at $8 I87 S 111 ,ooo l esllmated demand of Amenca for I87 5, higher than the week prevwus. The last sales yesterday 15 9 8 at IO@l4 25; 6 at x6@I9 75; 4 at 20 so@24 at li!ast, 6o,ooo; ,thus Jeavmg a surplus of only sr,ooo for such were made at 86 pfenmgs That pncesfor heavy 7 hhds Pendleton Co, Ky, lugs and lt'af 2 at $8; 4 at hhds for F..race, Italy, Spam, and all the open markets l eaf may yet go collszderably higher, seems not to be ro 75@I3 75; I at 18. 32 boxes Ohto seed, fillers, of Europe Exports from New Orleans and New York, doubted Low grades are also sull susceptible of a bmders and wrappers:' 5 at f>s.ro@s 7Si 11 at 6@7, from January 1 1874, and to correspondmg dates Improvement, though th1s develops more slowly on 7 at 8@9.70; 3 at 10, 11.2 5, IS New tlil Sept. x6 : England, 993 hhds, France, account of buyers beng as yet well supphed wllh old HOPKINSVILLE, KY., Sptembt'r4-Messrs! M H 2 hhds' Italy, x,67 2 hhds Spam, 22 hhds, stock of Stock in tirst bands August 27, 1,776 Clark & Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report -Re-Portugal,--; Austna, --, G'ermany, 3,s46 Ant-hhds; recetved smce, 486 hhds; tetal, 2,262 hhd.s; ce1pts smce last report,386 hhds, to date H,ou hhds, werp and Hollaqd, 65o; Gibraltar,--; Sundry Ports, delivered stncP, 628 hhds; Stock m first hands Sept. 3, same time last year 9,o86 hhds. Sales smce last report 202; New York, Sr948 ; 1 7 2 Receipts x,634 hhds. V1rgtma, Maryland-The busmess done m 453 hhds, to date I x,66o hhds, same tLme last year m New Orleans I;8 74, 16,37 6 IS73, 3,746 ; stock, these growths was small, the small stock and no new 9,II5 hhds Our market was active and exerted thts January 1 I874, 9,226; received smce, I6,376; total rece1pts not adm1tt10g of more being done. Stock m week wtth the h1ghest range of pnces of)the season. We 2 S,6P 2 Exported, 17 2 cLty use, 1 208 total, 1 9 1 5 fu:st hands August 27, Vugtma, 279 hhds; do do, :Mary quote: lugs,8 to Ioc; common leaf, toU to u3(c; meStock, Sept. I7, 6,4S 2 P. S .-I wou!.d be glad to exland, 153 hhds, do do, Ohto, 394 hhds. Dehvered dmm l11af, uy. to 13Yze:, good leaf, 14 to 16c, fine cqange cuculars wuh the whole tobacco trade of tge smce, Vtrgm1a, 1oa hhds; do do, Maryland, 26 hhds; leaf, 16 to t8c, .and selecllons I8 to 2oc. The late July world. do do, Ohto, 20 hbds. Stock in first hands September plan una: IS still looking badly, much of 1t d1ed out in the PHILADELPHIA, Sepiember21.-Mr. E W. Dtcker 3 Vugrma, I77 hhds; do do, Maryland, 127 hhds ; do Aua:ust drouth, and the greater portion of that now hvmg son, Reporter for the Tobacco Trade of Ph,ladelphla, do, Oh10, 373 hhds. Stems-Were w1thout transac is very little larger now than tt was when set out, but the wntes Western Leaf-The Recetpts last week were, tLOns. Most Kentucky stripper stems are wrthdrawn recent rains have started ut to growmg, and the useful-v1z : on Monday 28 hhds, on Tuesday, I9 do, on from market, while for V1rginia stems htgher pretenstons ness of it will depend very_much upon the lateness of Wednesday, 48 do; and on Saturday, 46 do, total 141 are made Stock 10 first hands August 27, hhds; the fall. hhds. The sales were 30 hhds, mostly black, for West receiVed 6o hhds. Stockton hand, September 3 LOUISVILLE, Septemb1er x8.-We report as follows. India trade. 3,258 hhds Seed Leaf-A fall' business was done m The offenngs have been large, and m consequence the Sud Leaf-It seems that I d1d not report the full th1s staple, th1s week's sales amount to 6so cases to armarket bas not been so acuve. Pnces for the lower sales last time by some ISO cases or more. The sales atve, at firm pnces New Oh1o bnngmg so pfennigs grades have been trregulai. The sales at the dtfferent of last week amounted to 750 cases, and add the ISO f01 runn10g lots and some good lots of dry !lid Oh1os warehouses for the past week were 1,929 hhds, as fol cases (not reported) gtves 900 cases not heretofore also at so pfenmgs,:new Peonsylvamas are mostly lows gtven. Thts looks a httle hke busmess aa:am. From sold on terms that do not transpire. Week's recetpts The Pickett Houst sold 385 hhds: 374 hhds Ken-tlie most rehable mformat10n tb .. t I c an obtam there 2,315 cases, the greater part of wh1ch were previOusly tucky Jeaf, lugs, and trash: I at f>4s ; 3 at 30@3o so; have been sold within the last month, by or for Pllilasold to arnve Swck 10 first hands th1s day, 8,ooo 7 at 20@29; 5 at I9@19.7 s, u at r8@r8.7s, 16 at delph1a aceount, from 2,8oo to 2,900 caees of seed leaf, cases. I7@I7, 10 at 16@I6.so, 11 at u at and about 300 hhds Western. The rece1pts were some HAVANA, Septemb e r x-Messrs J. F. Berndes, Sr. I4@I4 7?; 3S at 13@I3 75; 43 at 12 7S; 46 at 45 cases. & Co., report. Export Dut1es The Gaceta of the II@II.7S; 34 at to@x0.7S' 67 at 9@9 90; s6 at 8@ Mant'.fadured-The receipts reported last week, m I 9th ultmo. contams a decree to the followm,g effect. S 90, I6 at 7.10@7 So, 1 at 6 6o. 2 hhds Tennessee cludmg 450 case!i seed leaf a$ boxes, amounts to 3 996 ,, All taxes, revenues and duues, exceptmg only the Lotleaf at $I2.25, 10.7S 9 hhds Ind1ar.a leaf: 2 at lx3 75, boxes. There was a further nse on some grades last tery revenue, and the extraordmary tax of 10 per cent. I -at 12; 3 at n@u.fs, 2 at Io@xo 25' 1 at 9 So. week of one cent per pound, and there was a good on Incomes and profits, w11l be payable on and after tne The Farmer's House sold 315 hhds 295 hhds Ken-busmess done, for many agree that th1s 1s the time to xst September next as follows Custom House duttes tucky leaf, lugs, and trash: I at 1>25' 7 at 17@17' buy. m gold to the1r full amount Taxes on landed proIo at 16@16 7 S, x6 at r S@IS 7S x8 at 14 @ 14 7S 40 Ctgars-Domestic goods sympathtze w tth the other perty etc etc. (Internal revenue) 10 bank n otes or t I3Q,I3 75 46 at 7S 31 at II@II 7S 44 at branches of the trade, and tt 1s easter to effect sales b d Q \:!:' 1 ...,.over nment on s wtth an mcrease of Ioo per cent. Io@r0.75 33 at 9@9 90, 40 at 8 @ 8 90; I3 at 7 20@ than for some tune prevmus. except10g payments from taxes on mortgages and con-7 90, I at 6 70, 2 at S 25, 5-9 2o hhds Tennessee RICHMOND, September I9 -Mr. R A. Mills, To-tracts m such cases where they are already payable 1n leaf and lugs: 3 at f>14, 13 2S; 3 at 12.50@12 7S' 3 at bacco Broker and Commtsston Merchant, reports-gold." Owmg to the extraordmary fall m the premmm llS; I at 1o so, 4 at 9 10@9 90 Sat 8.I0@8 9' 2 Sm ce my last rep?rt our offenngs have been large for on gold th" latter part of the above decree has at 7o, 6.90. the season, s t tll pnces are very stiff wtth a dec1ded up-been mod1fied, vtz All taxes on which an mcrease of The Planter's House sold 269 hhds 25U hhds Ken-ward tendency. I do not deem it necessary to alter my too per cent was fixed for payments m bank notes may tucky leaf, Tugs, aoo trash: 4 at $37, 2 4 so, 22 so, quot.ationll, but would remark that my outside iigures hereafter he pard m gold. Tobacco, Vuelta AbaJo-19 so; 3 at 18@18.7s, at I72S@I7' 3 at 16@ are obta10ed for all grades. There has been some new The rece1pts m Havana dunng August amount to about 16 25 i I$ at 15@15 7S' 24 at I4@I4 75 j 36 at I3@ pnmmgs upon the market, they are bnngmg from S to 211100 bales, arnved preVIOUsly about I41000 bales, I3S ; 43 at 12@12.75 r 26 at II@I 1.75; 38 at ro@ 6c. I continue my quotations: total, of the new crop, al&out 35,1oo. The stock of the Jlo 7 5 ; 24 at 9@9.90, 25 'at 8@8 90 IO at 7 @7.90 Black lugs, very common ______________ 6 @7 old crop now m first hand does not exceed 1o,ooo bales. I at 6.20. 3 hhd!i do factory sweepmgs at 1>6 70, 4.8o, Black lugs, med1um to gooo ____________ 1Y.@9 Notw1thstandmg th1s heavy stock of new tobacco there 3 IO hhds Indtana lugs, trash, and sweepings, at Black lugs, extra------------------9Y.@IO LS as yet ao ammatmn, the tobacco still requires curing, f>IJ, I2 7S, n.so, 10, 8.9o, 7S5 7 3, S, S Black leaf, common.------------------_ 9 @to anll as the recent change m the weather g1ves prom1se The Nmth Street House sold 2S4 hhds d I6I hhds Black leaf, of early northerly wmds wh1ch Will hasten the fermen -Kentucky leaf at 19-SO@I9.2S 6l :hds o lugs at Black leaf, good----------------tatLOn, purchasers hold back m the expectatiOn that the 1>6 90@12.2S 2 hbds do factory tras at 7.S 1 Black leaf, fine __________ ---_----_ 17 leaf w1ll be ready for manufacture or shtpment by the bhd do scraps at f,6.9o. $1 hbd VJrguna lea at $IS 2 5 Black leaf, extra ______ ---------commencement of next month, and they can then better 24hhdsMissounleafat n@12.75 Bnght lugs, oommon 9 @12 the quality of the art1cle. We have no leaf at $II.2S, 14-2S 2 hhdslnctJana ea at ta. Bnght lugs, medmm to good_ __________ I2Yz@2o change to note m pnces, holders contmue to ask Isr The !{uisv1lle House sold 207 hhds 167 hh s Ken-Bt1ght lugs, fine smokers-----------7ths, $2oo to $3oo, 8ths, hoo to $160, 9ths, Ho to f,So tucky le lugs, and trash: 2 at f,r8 2S, 4 at 171 7 -Bngli lugs, extra smokers------------Yz@4o and f;2s to f>4o gold for the remamder, accordmg to 75; z at I6@t6 75 i 8 at IS@Is.so; 15 at I4@I4S, 17 Bnght leaf, common to medmm.-------10 @12 quahty, selecuon, and bulk Sem1 Vuelta AbaJo-We at I3@I3S> 29 at 2 6 at n@11.5' 22 at Bnght leaf, good to have only to report the amval of some 300 bales, the to@1o.75; I4 at 9@9-9 i I6 at 8 xo@8.9o, Bnght leaf, extra fillers----------------17 @20 quahty of whtch is satisfactory, they are however as 7 at 7@7 90; 2 at 6 70@6.9o, 3 at S 3> 4, 3 6o 1 2 hhds Bnght wrappers, common -------------18 @35 yet unfit for shpn.ent Holders ask from from $so to do, stems and scraps at f>3 9S, I 40 hhds ndtana Bnght wrappers, medmm to good _______ 27Yzo $6o paper per qtl. for fatr and $65 to $7o for select e d leaf and lugs: 3 at h3@13S; 4 at S at fine----------_____ -4S @75 lots for tae Unned States. Low fillers are \\orth $34 t o II@II 75; 6 at Io@I0\ 75: S at ; S at 8@ Bnght wrappers,.,extra. ------_________ .So @ISO f>38 paper per qtl Partido-Receipts 10 Havana dunng 8 85 IO hhds Tennessee leaf :1nd lugs: 2 at $r4 7S Mahogany wrappers, common to medmm .. xs August, amount to about 3,835 bales, arnved prevrou sly, 12 7S; 3 at II@II 7S' 3 at IO@I0.75; 2 at 9 1'TS Mahogan.y.'wrappers, geod to fine _____ @40 about 6,soo bale$, m the aggregate, about Io,ooo bale s, The Exchange House sold 20I hhds 197 hhds MahoJ'any wra)?P,.ers, @6o of the new crop. Of the old crop there only Iemam Kentuc:kyleaf,lugs and trash: rat $I8;-u -at'I7@ some I,4oo bales mfirst hands for wh1ch $7210 $9o 7 t 6@ 6 t S@ S S at @ SAN FRANCISCO, Io.-The Commerctal I7 7Si a I I 1s; 15 a r r 7 13 14 14r paper per qtl. IS asked; several orders from the Umtecl 5 t rm 7 I t Qo 5 1 at 1 x@x 75 Herald reports .-The market IS strong, w1th an upward 75; I a 13, r3 s, 3 a 12\::?12.7 2 1 i States havmg lately been recetved for thts descnptwn, 7 t @ 75 2 t @9 at 8@8 90 t tendency -of all kmds of Ytrgtma manufactured I a I o to I a 9 90 2 1 4 a tt IS probable that the above st-ock w1ll be d1spo sed of 6 @ at S t a erage Of Is 6 stock An auctwn s ale of smokmg and chewmg 7 o 7 90, I 4 o ; I9 a an v 0 4 dunng the course of thts month. hhds Te lnessee I f t S 2 7 was advertised for the 1st mst., resultmg m the ( d1sposal t ea a ,13, I 2 o, I II As yet there has been no demand for the new tob acco, Th B 0 e H e ld 86 hhds 7 hhds K of only sample lots The offermg was by no means e o n ous so I I enthis apparent neglect, however, can not be attnbuted to t k I f I gs d t h at 5 e Jbs t destrable. The exports were 8 cases tobacco to Panama. uc Y ea, u an ras 1 P4 P r 100 2 a the leaf, as 1t 1s qutte ready for sl11pment, the general 8 7 s 2 at 17 17 75 9 at 16@16 75 13 at Is@ and 24 cases and 12 packages tobacco, 1 case c1gars to J. dtlllness 10 every branch of busmess 1 s, we thmk, the IS 7S; 26 at 14 1 4 7S: 2 8 at IJ@1 3 7S 20 at 12 V!ctona only reason why, so far, nothmg has been done We I2-7S, 19 at u @u.7S' 216 at 10 @1o 75 II at 9@ ST. LOUJS, September 16 -Mr J. E. Haynes, Dealer quote fillers of th1s descnptwn at f>36 to $40 paper per 9 90' I7 at 90' 2 at 7 7 9; I at 6 9 9 m Leaf Tobacco, Recetved 4S3 hhds agamst qtl for the best, and $30 to $35 for mfenor quahttes bhds Indiana leal and lugs 4 at $Iz, II so, 9 7 9 20, s87 the prevtous week Smce our last weekly ISsue un-Remedtos-About 3,2oo bales of the new crop 'are 3 at 8.ro@8 7S ; 2 at 7 5 ul yesterday there was an active I!IO.Yement m the maralre a dy 10 town. The quahty of these fully confirms our The Kentucky Tobacco Associallon sold 112 hhds ltet, with an upward tendency m pnces from day to day, prev10us remarks, vtz that tt Js satisfactory m every I at $Io; 4 at t6@1 6 so; 7f at 1 S@I5 75 ; 12 I4@ yesterday, however, 10 c34 to f>38 report was aated August 12th, smce when, Western, and clustve 523 hhds 2 hhl!ls at f;2 (sweepmgs and scr!Ps); pape r per qtl. Q_uemado de Gume s-Severallots have home speculators and el:porters as well, have been run2 at 3@3 6o (scraps) 4 at"'6, 6 so, 7.1o, 7 (trasliy); x8 reached the market, but we absta.n from g1vmg any nmg the" hurrah" 1n this market, rt:sultmg in sales of at 8@8.9o.(part ha.shy), 48 at9@g.9o;;8.)at ro@ro:So, op1mon as they are as yet cured; appear 3,82o hhds, d1stnbuted.as follows. I,o6I hhcts for Ger76 at n@n 75, 85 at u@t%':75', 41' 1tt 75; 'iQ ance's however lead us to expect that the qualuy wlll many, 269 for crty trade and bal.ng, 67 Afncans, and at I4@I4 75; 42 1:J.at-ro@r6.75i r :t at if/. 'prove 1good. Yara-Advices from Manzatulla estrmate 2,423 on speculation. Comparative quotauons show @17 7!1 ; '9 at 18@r8.7s ) 2 at"T9!-I0@19.25 :2 t 2ti"-ttte total crop at about t,soo bales, of wh1ch some 400 that the advance has been from one to twa tents,closmg 3o.as; 1 at 22 I at :13, I at 24 so, 1 25 so, 2 at.26; Yara and about 300 bales from other dts with an upwird tendency. September 16, 1874, Ill curI at 27; 4 at 30@3o.so; at 31-SO; I at.3'5 ; 3 ilt 36@ trtCtl, as for instance, Gutza, Buqueron, Vlcilna, etc., rency: Lugs, Planters, 8 low leaf, 1 'Io Yz@ J 1 ; 1.36 7 S; 2 at 38; 2 at 40 so; r at 41; I at 45; i at 48 ; r had reached that port. Holdefs ask 140 1old per 'Qtl fine: leaf, 12Yz@13; selections, at 49 so, 1 at 51; I at 56; 1 at 66, :rat 67, anll 17 forgennine Yarand S3o to ,35 for other deseriptl(itls. tie has been done dunng the month, mtxed and com mon descnptwns almost unsalable MacedonianThe sales prevwusly reported ntoarly cleared the market; some few arrivals have smce taken place, and will shortly be offered. Greek--Of fine br1ght color, in de mand, but httle 1s now to be baa. Rto Grande-Is lit t l e mquued for. Java-Of brown color and faJr substance is wanted, and WOUlld meet a ready sale. matra-Nothmg new m th1s market. Dutch and German-Scarcely any done, holders of the latter generally show an llllclinatlon to close at very reasonable rates. Japan-Has attracted considerable attention, and fa1r sales have been effected; prices of the finest classes are firm, but common lots that are out of brmg low rates It is eported that conSiderable damage has been done to the present"crop by a t)pl,loon which prevatled near Nagasaki. Hungarian -Stock qu1te exbausted Latak1a-Contmues neglected; sales of a reta1l character Negrohead-Of fine brands IS in steady demand. Cavendish-Has beea more freely operated m at a shght Improvement on former pnces. Stalks and Smalls-In. ratBer better demand. MANILA, August 3 -Messrs Russell &. Sturgis's ctrcular reports C1gars-No sale announced Leaf Tobacco-A pub he &QIl\11Mtt;Q by Gov ernment tO take place here On the 8th LDSt, when 16,000 qumtals of the Cagayan and Isabella, 1873-74 will 1 be offered as follows, Viz 4 qtls so m each :zoo, rst Cagayan at $53 86 per qtl, u.pSit qtls., so m each lot-total, 8oo, -'.!l,ti.!S per qtl, upset pnce I qtl too m 2d Cagayan, at 59 oo per qtl Ioo in ea(;h lot-total, 900, 2d Ii@beli.J,;!L{) 58.oo per qtl, upset pnce 20 qtls, soo m each lot-total, Io,ooo, 3d Isabella, at 34 oo per qtl upset pnce, 2 qtls soo m each lot-total, r,ooo, 4th Cagayan, at I4 24 per qtl, upset pnce ; 6 qtls soc in each lot-total, 3,ooo, 4th Isabella, at xs.:zo per qtl, upset pnce. ExchangeAt 6 months' s1gltt on Lo11do11, 4s. ,Y.d. per dollar. TOBACCo AT ST. Loms.-lin the St Louts CollectiOn Dtstnct, durmg August, there \\ere collected from and $144,194 27. In consequence of the extremely dry weather expen enced by the young plant, the tobacco turns out rathet short, to compensate for thts, however, the quahty 1s good and Mrong, although the proportion of fillers wtll be larger than usual G1bara-No pnces have as yet been estabhsbet..l in that market, nor do we thmk any thmg wtll he done for-some weeks ltor the usual assort ment (20 per cent. L 47 per cent Band 33 per cent. D) $17 gold has been offered for several lots w1thout suc cess. Holders are firm at SIS; Lt IS therefore to be ex pected that pnces will open at from $17Yz to S18 _gold per qtl. Bass-We quote: Ists,l $11 ; 2ds, 3ds. $4Yz paper per IOO bras. Cigars-The dullness rel?orted m our last JSiiue continues unabated, and mot of the man ufacturers have reduced the number of tbeu workmen to the lowest poss1ble point, some few have even sus pended work altogether. The effect of the sudden de chne in gold has been very seriously felt by the manu facturers of secondary Importance, who up to the pre seut have sold thetr goods in bank b!lls ; these goods now stand some 40 to so per cent h1gher than formerly, consequence IS tpat purchasers refuse to allow the old pnces. As the demand IS very hmtted thev w!ll be obhged to sell whatever stock they have on hand at low pnces m gold, as owmg to the constant fiuctuatwn of gold and exchange Lt IS 1mposstble to make any calculatiOn based upon purchases in bank notes. It may therefore be expected that in future all our manufacturers w tll adopt the gold basis for tlletr pnces. Many of our manufac turers have lately bought the raw material at very htgh tates m paper, and as wages are sull pat d m our cur rency with a fixed advance for the gold premmm, they must eLther ra1se the1r pnces or lose money. Manu facturers w11l therefore make every poss1ble effort to establish an advance on theu last gold pnces; the1r suc cess w!ll of course depend em the demand. Should tt contmue as hm1ted as Rt present they wtll be unable to carry the1r pomt. The new tobacco ts shll too green for manufactunng purpose, and we are s .I.Jil of opmton that new cigars w111 not go forward m any quantity be fore October or November. Exchanges.-Smce our last 1ssue exchanges and gold have been subject to a strong decl10e. On the a7th ult Spamsh gold was quoted as low as 47 per cent., and closed on the same day at 95 to per cent, smce then 1t has fluctuated benveen 7o and 8o per CJmt. Opimons m regard to the c--i B d future m'ovement of exclfanges wtdely differ, some thmk u Den. that a further decline f s lmposs,tble without provmg NEw YoRK c;::_rTv ..:...wardrop & Daly, Dealers 111 Ci-senJusly mjurious, not only to the financtal posllton gar-box W"QQ\:ls, dJssolved, J. w1ll contmue un of the Island but also to many of our priOClp!ll mer der style J J. :Daly & CO". chants. Other expect-and these are supported by the Government-a stLII fucther dechne under thes<: ctr cumstances it rs quite tmposstble to grve correct quota tLOns, and ours below must be constdered entirely nomi nal, busmess generally 1s almost completely at a stand still, th tre!JleQdous of gold mak10g all calculations perfectly futile. We quote :-London, 6o days, 1oo@ro5 per cent.; Pans, 6o days, 7S@77 do, Hamburg, 6o days, 68@70 do, New York, currency, 6o days, SS@5S do, New York gold, 6o days, 72@74 do, SpaniSh doubloons, 72@74 do 1..: v -.:o ..... (NEw YoRK CITv -Herbst & Van Ramdohr, Dealers 111 Havana and 'Seed Leaf Tobaccos, 189 Pearl Street. Juhus Berlmer, Dealer 10 Leaf Tobacr.o, 203 Pearl Street. DETROIT, MrcH.-Backus & Brother, Seed Leaf Packing Boxes. .4d'Verttsements. LIVERPOOL, September 5.-Messrs. F W. Smythe & Ce Tobacco Commission Mercllants, report. Smce w J HOODLESS C E TAYLOR Late of Kentucky rst mat. we have recerved 1,428 hhds and dehvered sos; stock m the warel:!ouses to-day, 3o,s48 agamst 22,281 same tLme last year; moreover we have m docks but not warehoused, 972 hhds. As prevwusly stated, tae portion of our stock on sale is very small, consequently sales have been of reta1 1 character but at well mam taiOed pnces. W. J. HOODLESS & 00:, IATIOIALTOBACCO IISPBCTIOI,-n.eceiving & Forwarding Warehouses, Foot of Van BJke and Partition Sts., Brooklyn. BtU a1l obacco care NatioDal Inspectwn OFFICES -22 WWJa .. St.,IN Y.l PartlUoa St., Brooklya. 544 LONDON, Septemiler 10.-Messrs. Grant, Chambers & Co. report: There has' been comparattvely nothing done in States tobacco dunng the past week, and all the sales that have been effected would sum up but a small HAVANA total. Buyers have been mqumng on the market, but \I holders show no mchnatLon to make any abatement on C U T T I N C S S C R A PS top pnces. Kentucky leaf and strips contmue to be '<1K held firm, and the transactrons are only of a llmtted Recetved by ,.ekly Steamers from Key West. from the t'eftoW1lod character, buyers only takmg what they need for Jrilmeof IIIL PRINCIPE DE G.U.ES, (Martiaec Ybor,jln bale of f dffi l diate us'e. Vtrgtma lea and stnps are more 1 cu.t to STRAITOJN & STQM,M, Alftlb, find, the late advance m fine leaf enabled holders to close _;;;;.S;.;.B-.;:.5"";.;;..._____ ...., ____ off all the old stock Ohto and Maryland-In the former there has been a good busmess done at full rates, but for the latter there has been but little <{emand Cavend1sh m rather better demand and pnces are firmer. FOB S.ALE-...t :ttretih Supplfl o,-" Pounds Genume "DEER TONGUE; a Flavor, Cor SMOKING TOBACCO manufacturers, 111 loiS to suit J>V chasers at LOWEST 6gureL J M.ARBURC BRf.P:.o +4-m U6, 141 & lJIA!:iJR8f6ft'il:. D' Our monthly cucuiar ts as follows -The transactions m Amen can tobacco dunng the past month have been upon a very hmJted scale, buyers havmg operated only R OYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. f01 their prrsent requtrements. Expbrters contmue to secure what they can out of the hm1ted stock on sale, and parcels that have remamed neglected, owmg to the1r m1xed character, have found buyers at an advance on prev1ous hauts. There are vanoos mqumes from the States for leaf suttab!e for the manufacture of Cav endish, but m the present low state of our market.there little to be had. It IS now thought that but few if any stnps w 1ll be put up m the West next year, as many of the stem '!)ers. talk of prepanng the1r tobatco for leaf, wtth the view of retammg 1t m the country for borne cons umptiOn, bellevmg Lt w11l be htgh m 'pnce and pay better than m stnps In substitutes there has been more domg, nearly all useful classes have found buyers at full rates C1gar tobaccos have alse ,expenenced a much more ammated mqu1ry, and constderable sales have been effected, the stock of all descnptwns IS now very hmtted Imports-3,817 hhds. Dehvenes-943 hhds, agamst I,099 hhds m the conespondmg month of last year Stock-1s,86s hhald.by stamps at tho Custom Hooose. I H C 'vh f fi I t t (Revenue Act I 93) CO or avana tgars-en 0 ne qua l Y cor. mue The Import duty on maaufactured Is soc. per lb; Leaf m demand, but the IH!!:h pnces demanded by 1m porters 35c, Stems sc per lb In addltloa to th.ls duty, the R .. enue tax on C d same luo-1 ol tobacco made m this o,ntry most be paid T he tobaeco mu$t; have, to a great extent, restncted sales ommon e also be packed according to the regulationaJ[Overulng tobacco made ho;re lfu IS l'UBLISHED EVElY VI!DNISDAY KOJWING BY "Till MU" PUBLISHING OOIPANI Fulton" Street, New York. scnptlons contmue neglect ed Havana Tobacco-Is rarely mqmred for, there 1s hut little of good quahty now on the marke t. Yara and Cuba-Is now rarely sought for, stock neatly exhau sted Mamlla Cheroots and C1gars-Have been but little operated m, pnces are rather eas1er w1th a full supply of the former, and an 1mpmved stock of the latter. Mamlla Tobacco--Has had more attentiOn fine descnptLons smtable for home I 3 rrmntY IIAG:IIm, --USe are m good request. There has also been a arge .JOHB G GaAFP busiOe s clone m the lower classes, Jeavmg but little now As an Adverbsing modlum, whe..e'lt lS d .. Lred to reach tbe Cgara&r'.t Tobacco Trade, not oulr of t.J:us bu.t fonp Countries, 1t 11 the beait attaia on the market. A further aovance has beea obtamed at.le, lD Mamlla upon the p;tces previOusly patd for I87J Rates of Advertising. crop Columbtan-Carmen has been httl'! m demand, ONE SQUARE ( NONPAREIL LINES I I h h h 1 ffe at e low Ovn 01<:rt CoLuMN, Su: Mootba ............................ 1 .., ... a t oug t ere are some ]Jarce s o nn., v ry OviU< ONK CoLUMN One Year ........ ...... ........ .......... 35 oo pnces. Am bale rna of fine quahty is wanted nothmg Two SQuAu.s, over Oae Column One Vea:r .. ..................... 65 "" 1 f fi h d G h ONE SQuAaa, over Two Colomos, One Year.. ...... .. ........... 6S 00 of th i S growth LS now e t m rst an s. uon as atTwo SQuuu, o-Two Cotu ..... One Ve;ar .. ...... . uo..,. t racted the attention of buyers, holders havmg shown OaeVear._ ..................... ..,,. 1 b d 1 lidJ'"' Largu Advertisemeuta m the 81am.e proportfw, but nou more lllC LDatJOn t@ SU mit tO COnCeSSIOnS, an arge unless OCCUp)'l&goae, two, three, four 0< llllOf'e l)qUl'eS. sales have been effected. Palmyra-Contmues neg COLUMN RATES. )ected, although there IS 3 USefl:!) aSSOrtment offer,Dg HALF A COLU>II<, Three Months ... ........................ ,15 00 HAL.V A CoLUMN, Si1: Moaths ........ ,. J.)O og moved off slowly, there IS now but a HALF A CocuMN, One Vear ..... ... .. hmued stock on sale. ChmaIVhen of fine bnght ON CoLUMN, Three MoDths .. .. so"" ONB C oLUMN, Six lri011.tbe .............. so GO color, IS readtly placed at full pnces, but CQillmon mtxed Counne Year... ...... ..... ..... ...... ... .;so"" parcels ax:e dllnc\Jlt to d1spose of. ......... so .. a_ fair amount of attention; fine leafy dry parcels are m Two SQuARa, ver Two Wide Columns,Ono Year ... .. :-.. .300t P t R Has been but little operated jn .T""""SQ0""111 ovecTwo"Wide Colu.,.ui; One Year .. _. -.;so,. reques Or 0 !Co-. fU<,payalllt pnces demanded by holders bemg above the Vle\\
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SEPT. 23. MARTIN & JOHNSON,. WILLIAM WICK.E. A. _ROESLEiil., .u:x. FORMAN. M. 1 DOHAN. THos. Will. WICKE fc CO., e fl.-_ IJOHAN, CARROLL & 00., -romr. Y. Oommfulon Jleroll_,. TbEACCd C.ommissiion Merchants, I FRONT STREET, ::P# 0.: .BOX 4365. -J"", .21aa:wt-> \' NEW YORK. b!:'"JtUJOUt ,.$1.. CAl-2l.G! J J 'i.;no.:n and reliable Manufacturers: C OQO,<:! cr!lf.,. J 1: I .]'.'I'll. 'tr>;, ., .: V.n f: "YARBROUGH & SONS ..l :i.Clor-LjJl c :e ... fJ:... J.' 'H. GREANER, L J. .bl :t,. H. FRAYSER & CO., tJ 0 .J T. W ; ,,;p R. W. OLIVER, JOHN R." ? P:!(CYl!l l JOHN W. CARROLL, and otht:.rs. .l; ::Sale Agents for the COIL, BONNE BOUCHE, 4s and ss, Single and Double Thiele Also Agents fur the Celebrted lONE .JACK & DICK SMOKING TOBACCO, Large Stocks of Manufactured Tobacco of every description, Suitable for the ll:ome Trade akd for Foreign Markets, kept const:tnt ly ou hand. BO'W'NE & FRITH, 7 BURLING SLIP, NEW YORK, CoJDJDlsaioa Merchants d Sole Proprietors of the Celebrated Brands ofSmolrfng Tobacco: Rony Bee, Early Dew, Prairie Red River, PowlMittau, llntetprfu, Old Eentuok, Old Los Catb, Cow SUp, Plantel'!l' Cholc;<>ea-tch Street& anti 1 a ,. &. 8 Ha.daon River Ball B.oad. Depot, St. John Park. BOIYIE! PRICE ONLY $4000! VERY EASY TBR!S! : Flashlnf often you a BOXE, with the advaat;igeo o{ both aad miles from New York-Express J,S UataJ Daily-Package tickets by New Rail Road, 8 Flushittg Ius the best Cilurebes, Sftheo1s, Markets, etc., and is so.aearNewYorktha.t you can market orscekamDHment5 there '!'th mor. and '" leu time tlwl fr0111 """'Y parte or tbe Cltyit&el The al:toft Is a new honse, wett built. s minates ...,-alk from BRIDGE STREET DEPOT and tbe viftage storw, bas n rooms, besides Cellar, Gas. Water! Sewer, aDd Marble Mantels. The grou.nds, 37 are planted with( young fruit a.ud alwie troea; atreeta curbed, guttered, and sewered ; aood walks.. 11 families wlaG wlsb f<> ecooomlze will find that CHEJI.l' board In tho c!t:r costs mce than to OWN YOUR OWN HOME AT FLUSR!NG. Go and see it. Flabhll'tsachanning vllmal!' Get oat at BRIDGE STREET DEPOT. and uk or Mr. MOOitE.. corner of State aod Lea.ritt Streets. Or apply to -w ORRBLL, ,-BarU_, IUp,l'f. Y, CHARLES FINKE, J. Me J.BENSEL & CO.l .!OBlCCO INSPBCTOB, TOBACCO INSPECTION, ,it 155 WATER STREET, "!Z"ork.. J!I&J[PLIJIG PRO.IIIPTLY AT-.. TIUJI)BI) TO. 127 & 129 WATER STREET. VER'I'D'ICATES It!l8tiED AND CASES DE LIVE&ED IINGLY OR IN LO!l'S, TOBACCO LABELS, For S moklng and Manufactured FUBNISH&D BY 1BE HATCH LITBO&RAPB.IC COMPANY, LITHOG RAP ::HERS, 2 & 34 STREET, NEW YORK, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. .... PKSTROHM. CUlDO IUUTZ.&NSTBI!f -STROHN & REftZENSTEHt, ALSO IN' DOMES'J.1IC D. J GARTH, SON & CO., tSuccessou to CHARLES B. FALLEN STEIN & Co.,) Commission Merchants, NO. 44. BROAD ST., AND ntPO.TKtS or D. J. Garth, l IGJI OB Cbas.M.Garth, NEW YORK :ROB.E T ACCOP HenrySchroder, 176 Front Street, J. p. Q u I N & c 0 ., M. LEVIN, TOBACCO FACTORS, IIPOBTBB OF BAVAil And Der.ler !n &llldnds of :B 0 Reasonable ,A-dvances made} NEW YORK :'%. 3 A r 'l' 9 A C 0 on Shlpments. tn PEARL ST., NEW YORI. f.eW. TATGENBDRST, ... TOBAC. C'O JBRAt MEUHAIT. 68 IUIO' AD STREET, tp NEW YORK. KINNICUTT, J[eatuck.y and Viq;inia Leaf Tobacco Ro. sa Broad Street, NEW YORK. F Arlltt.AN & co., JOSEPH A. VEGA.: .. aD.d Tobaooc. DIP().T ... o Factors, Havana Tobacco COMMISSION M..VRCHANT.SO AND p .,... a. .,.. BROAD STREET., c I c A R 8 .... f... ___ ___ ... KEW YBC. ia1 PI.W. S'RU'l', 'QW TOU T b c I I ... r h t Tobacco Commission Merchants _157, ... 159 & 161' 0 acco ommlSSlOn .a.vaa.erc an s, ... NEW; YORK2 AGENTS FOR T:U:E SALE OF ALL THE BEST -JAmiM. UB ST BRANDS OF VIRGINIA & NORTH CAftOUNA ana German MANUPACTURED & SMOKING TOBACCOS 01ga.r B1bbons. Agents for the following well-known Virginia and N. Carolina PC!'!III PC!'!III <:YC!'!III PC!'!III OP'C!'!III ;p' R0BERT W. OLIVER, Richmond, Ya. I Wll"'GFIELD o!!t LAWSON, Richmogd Va. D. C. MA Y:O & CO., Va. W01'tACK o!!t INGRAM, Mtadlville, Va. II V, 1\IIABI,liiNJ:Zi YBOB. c1l. ;00., W. J, GENTRY & CO:, Rchm<>nd, Va. W DUKE, Durham N.C. :V MAYO & KliiG'HT, R1chlnond, Va. R. T. FAUCETT, Durham, N.C. i) IMPORTERS OF HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO HARDGROVE, POLLAiill o!!t CG., Richmond, Va. & WILLIAMS, Oxford, N C ;;' EL PRINCIPE DE Al'ID KEY WEST, Brands: 6 CEDAR ST NEw YORK VirgiRia Beaut;es, 3s, 4a, and I4' n C. Mayo.& Co., Navylbs 2 l Farmer' Daughter, 35 ..,, and J(s: D. C. )(a yo o!!t Co. Navy, )js, and J>e, P. P., in whole, r:!?._ SallieWillie,3and3PlugTwist. ",andJ(caddies. SaUie Willie, Fig. D. C. Mayo & Oo. .3s, ..,, and'""' Jnvi.ncible, W. J. Gentry &: Co., Nou-y, )(s, Xs, P rs.. FRANCIS S Tr'TNNEY'S Oriental, Fig, tn tin ron," lb. bo:Ees, fanqt" to's. Charm, 6-inch Twist, in tin foil, X caddies. Mayo & lt.ntgbt, Navy, J(s, ){s, P P's. & long ros Charmer, 6 and u-inch tw-ist.. tbs 7!1 FRONT Street. KREIELBERG & CO., 16-o PEARL ST., New YoRK. J. D. KREMLBERG & CO., BALTIMOR E Mo. KREIIIELBERG, S :CiiAEFER & 60., > NEW ORLEANS, LA. PATENT IMPROVED TOBACCO CUTTER. bagsor ... Oliver's Choice lbs. Olive. Rose. mwm This improved ltlachine for cutting Tobacco is con. etructed with a alogle knife working upon lnelined bearings, and operaUor with a sliding hear cut upon the tobacco. which is placed ia. a bo'!' with 1ldes Old Ken tuck, lbs. Caeyque.. Star. IJ1'IIlK I'P Rewarcl o[ Industry, lbs. Ol!ve<'s Choice. Virginia Belle. 1 UDllbb Pride of the N ati9n, lbs. Nugget. Pioneer.. 1 lei This machine wJll cut any kind el and cut it perfeclly. Twist, Perique Ia Carron. aad any slniilarly hard prepared tobaceoa caa be cut in their hard &tate. without any casing, lor other molot..W.J to lOfteD them.. It make no shorts, can be run by haod or steam pow er1 requires Do s.Jr.tll to op erate it ; its construction is ofthemostJubataatlal kind, slow to wear and dlfticult to disorder. Price or machine Jtlete, withPress (box :no incheli}, 10 net cash.. OFFICE: I 41 '\VEST BR(I &J).o 1 WAY, New-Yo .. k.. N. B.-The attention of manutaeturers of Cigarette ad Turkish, and all 1Fa.ncy Tobaccos, Straight Cuts, T ...... r. ,. .,.. :.,. to this machine. lb.. Nation. __ ...,... _______ ..;...._ Harvest Queen, X a, )is, P. P's. Duke's Durlwoi. Dandy Lioo. .BLAKEMORE, MAYO 0. co., Farmer.:.tl:boice, Xs, }is, P. P's. Faucett s D11rham. attention given to putting up special brands for SOLE use owner&. ao1e ..&.ae:a.-a:. :ro:r GEIERIL E. T. PILK:UUI'ON l a MERCHANTS, CELEBRATED 62 BBOAD STJU:I:T,l 'DUITS e PLOWBBS" ''CBDnnmTr .NEW YBRK. tre," upJan,ter's Pride,"' "Farmer Choice," aDd SKOKmC 'l'OB.6.0COS. WALTER, FRtEDIII! FREISE. JI;TPRICB LDI'I'S II'URl'IISRED ON APPLICATIOl'f. lMPOR.TERS OF EDWARD M. WRIGHT & co. KATZ etc. co., BA VANA TOBACCO f1M al f1nm...1...,' V h ftr DEALERS AND EXPORTERS OF otiller Dlen: anli) ALL ICIJIDS 0, 3e :aroad street Leaf" Tobacco, 179 PEARL STREET, o 203 Pearl Street, NEW YORK. P.o. 4s5s, NEW YORK xEW YOBE: CHAS. F. TAG & SON,. HEL ...... E P. o. BQX MS4. .l.f..L fi J.uns M GAJU>INEII., -:-M. CoNNOLLY. James' lYi. Grcliner d: Co. Importan ot SPA!II.8H, and Dealen h> allldDd.o et u OF THE ROAJl MILLS 8'11/U/111 French .Rappee Snuti1 AmeMcun Qent. Scotch Bnufl .l.un4y .Foot ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF THE FOL'LOWING BRANDS OF PURl VIRGINIA SMOKING .TOBACCO. Bail Boad9 VIZ: Choice, Pride of Henrv Countv, Colorado, Black Tom, o\LSO CIGARS, taa Water and 85 Pine sts N. Y. J, CHAS APPLEBY. For Price List &clcl.resa or apply aa above. GEO. '\V. HELME. &ENIDlE HAVANA PLAVOIUN&. '' IT WILL GIVE TO THE TOBACCO The Full Flavor l [of Havana, IAtrd when smoked It has tkat) SWEETNESS AND AROMA That all HavanaCigarsba.ve. You cao take f ORDIN.ABY TOBACCO, And by applyiDJ' THIS FLAVOR As directed, you will get the full benefit ot REGULAR HAVANA TOBACCO. Put up J Q.a.ar't Bottlea, a1 well as in Ha.lt'-GaUoa and Gallon Caa1. PR.XO:EJ&: BOTTLE, ULF-GALLON, GALLON, $2.00 3.00 5.00 P. S.-:Wi\1 send sample of Tobacco, as prepared-by this Flavor, to any a.ddre3!11 free of charge. ONE GALLOl!f WILL PREPARE ENOUGH TOBACCO FOR Ten Thousand Cigars, 1 WHICH COITI O.liLY 111.00 Remember, we Guarantee it not to Lose its Flavor, BtJT WILL BOLD FOR YE&RI. It M a IUCCess, aud some bouea are using as high forty pljon1 a moath. Nothior injariDus, but bcoe6cla!. SBl!IT C, O, D. 110 CIIAB.GIII FOIL C APPLEBY CillO ACmlll co. 131 Water St., N. Y Tobacco Commission llerchants; S4. Front atreet, New York. ARE RECEIVING DIRECT FROM VIRGINIA CONSIGNMENTS OF MANUFAC'EURED TOBACCO. EXPORT ORDERS FOR PLUG TOBACCO ,.. PROMPTLY FILLED. ALEXANDER MAITLAND. L. Y.' S. M.ACLEHOSE. L. MAITLAND. & \\ TOBACCO AND FACTORS, llq GENERAL COMMISSION 'MERCHANTS, 43 BB.OAD ST., R. Y. Advancements made on con s ignments tow. A. & G. MAXWELL &: co .. LIVERPOOL. JOS. M, MAYOll'GA. J, HUERTEMBNDIA. JUSTO MAYORGA. Ill. CO., IMPORTERS OF.HAVANATOBACCO, A.ND DEALERS IN FINE HAY ANA CIGARS,,' 14 CEDAR ST., NEW YORK. ::EEa:vau.a.-or. ::EE-u.erteZD.e:a.d:l& y ca.. M. SALOMOl'r, E SALOMON ... M. a E. SALOMON, PACKERS OF SEED LEAF, AND IMPORTERS OF Havana Tobacco and Cigars, as MAIDEN LANE, N. Y. -.: FOX, DUJ.S & CO., SUCCESSOllS TO EOODT, DILLS ND IMPORTERS OF SPANISH AND PACKERS OF DOMESTIC LEAF TOBACCOS. 17-5--WATER STR'EET, NEw YoRK. LEAF TOBACCO, 1 1.84 Front Street, YOU:. G. REISMAl\TlV, Commiission Merchant, LEAF TOBACCO, 17S Pearl Street, Bet. 'l'ine II Cedar, NEW YORK. KOENIG & SUBERT, DEALE:RS IN ALL KINDS OF LEAF & HAVANA 'l'OB.6.COOS, No. 329 BOWEBY. (bet. 2d .t 3d Sts.,) H. K-;,EHIG.l NEW YORK B. SuasaT. LAOIIENBRUOH & BRO., No. 164 Water Street, New York, WHIPLESAUt D&ALER5 UC' HAVANA & DOMESTIC I Leaf T'obacco AUERBACH & MENBEB80N, Lea:f Tobacco AND 138 and 138U Water St.., NEW YOU CI'l'V. M. OPPENHEIMER & BRO -VEGA, MARTINEZ & BRO'S, SEED IMPORTERS OF -1 t ESTABI..ISIIED 1822. ''C9PIIRAGII SlUFF," Manaractured only by -WEYMAN It BROTHER, Secured"" 'Letters Jtate:nt, December a6, r86s An oa. our copyright will be pros HAVANA TOBACCO TOBACCO, Alrs or RAPPRE, CONGRBSS, tnd SCOTCH every grade of Smoking Tobacco. WEYMAN & BRO I & 13 SMITHFIEtB ST., PITTSBUII8. PA SAWYER, WALLACE & CO., COMMtsSION MERCHANTS, No 47 Broad Street, NEW YORK COXXISSION :KEltClLd'l'S, Dealers ill Leaf Tobacco lfo. 75 Maiden NEW YORK. T. a. sPUCEIB. c. c. srucEa A. srE..'I'e& Sulzbacher & Hofmann; DEALERS IN SEED LEAF AKD HAVANA TOBACCO, 8/J L.ANE, UP STAIRS, NEW YOB:S::. FELIX CARCIA, IMPORTER. OF HAY ANA TOBACCO, (fi.ON T. GUTlE.RJt.Ez). -"' AND CIGARS, ALSO OJ' TH.K TLL KNO\VN Brands ofei!ars 'ta Catalina' &'Henrv Clay. And Sole Ag't for Brand 1'Prof. Morse," and "SARATOCA," 187 Water St., New York L. GERSHEL & BRO., Packen of a11.d Dealen in .No. 8B MAIDEN L.ANB, -N\tf 'YORK. -138. WATER STREET, :NEW YORK. E. M. CRAWFORD, TOBACCO AND COKKISSION l4ERCHANT 168 W.A.TER STREET, NEW YORK. .,.. Has on sa1e a.lllkinds of Leaf Tobacco for Export and fo r Home use. OTTINIGER & BROTHER, KENTUCKY LEAF TOBACCO, 41 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK. WILLIAM :M. FRICE & CO. LEAF TOBACCO, v ng MAIDEN LANE, WM. M. PRICK,} NEW YORK. FrA.]AYH&. JOS. MA. YER'S SONS, lttrtuat, t.flfl. .... r .A7!BE BTBBBX, New York.

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I' 'sEPT. 23. raE-TOBACVO JACOB BIIKILL, MANUF ACTUREJl OF CIGAR BOXES,-SUPERIOR MAKE AND Prime Ouallty of CEDAR WOOD, ::193. 295 &: 297 Monroe St., NEW YORK. -M. & S. S'I'IRIBIRGER 18111&1 m umc uns, 110. H JI:Xmuir&B PLA.CB, ll. Y. Draw Billo of EEALEl1.IN SOC;IETY, 1111 Ill Ull ldllllll LEAF TOBACCO AND Pactuon with Wemt..rs &I their Society. 49 Broadway, Importers of Spanish, A N"D O;F' HERMANN BATJER BRO., OOIIDIJI!IIIloN JIDeiWi'rll .A.XD IMPORTERS 0:1' CLAY PIPES, WATER-STREET. NEW TOR K STRAITON & STORM, x.urorJ.CTVUII8 or SEQ. .A.. El. S, .&.Jil> DBALBBS m LEAP TOBAOCO, No. 19l.PEARL STREET, New York. JOB ftiU.I'l'8lf, _,o -ftO&K. -E. ROSEHWAI;D & Da'O:R.TJtaS o:r SP.ANISE, a BON; 178 WATER STREET, NEW YORK. Licorice Paste, POWDERED LICORICE, GUM ARABIC, OLIVE OIL, OTTO ROSESs Tonq-.a. Beans, And an other Materials for Flavoring used by Manufacture rs, including the j';nest Essential OUs, W H. Schieffelin & Co., 170 aD4 1'72 WILLWt STUET, NEW YOIX. J!I"ZKJIC CZG.A.R.. STORE, 202 sT., nw YOJm. No, 226 Front Street, Bet. Beek""' & Peck llli:W TOJUE:, WM. ic. HOEFERS WHOLESALE DBALIR IR RAVA !l A, ANp PACKERS,,OF DOMESJlC TOBACCO,. -WK. AGNEW 6 SOliS. !ob&IJ".,o and Oommissioa Merahauf& 1184. a1td 1186 Front: s--., NinYYOBK. SA.t.a .ALL D ........ lWtear Tellauo for Expor& aa4 la1111 ... tear Tobaooo b aled in any padl;ap bf preaa for export AHNER & DEHLS, DEALERS IN AND General Commission Merchants, 4:1 BROAD STREET, Y. Y. READ & Oo.,. SuccESSORS ro IsAAC READ, UOMMISSION MERCHANTS, And D eakrs in Virginill anti Westem Laf and Manufactured To/Jat(I(J1 Licorice, Gum, etc., 1St Old Slip, !lew Tork. A. S. R1JSBRBAUM & CO. IMPORTEB8 OF HAVANA TOBACCO ill CIGARS, II' DUI.DS Dl SUD LEAr 'l'OIACCO, JJo. 121 :IIA.mQ LA.li'E. NEW YORK. BARRITT & MlCI, Importer or llaVJJII\ LEAF TOBACCO 183 Water St., NEW YORK. SEED .. AND PAC:KER OF LEAF J 0 B A,.C C O _S,. I SCHWILL & DUBRUL, ..J .. Sole PatenteeS a.nd Manufacturers of ICMIVA. TU.CIC CuTT&RS, P aass&S, &e., 166 !i 168 W. Secon4 st., Cmcimlat.i, O. BI\QS., KAUFIAlfN BROS. & BOIDY, MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CIGARS, ... 11? .Y" ater ew r ark lf9 Pearl St., New York. WM. SO 6-, PACKER OF A N D DEAL E R I N SEEDLEAF-TOBACCO" -Ne"""" Oonn:.. and. ) 129 S't., York" &"LIBERAL CASH ADVAKCES MADE oN GONSIGNMENTS. CIGAR MOULD 4 STRAPS. & ;EW. BB 0 'IVN1 "i1 WANUFACTUltER,:S O F Ci!ar CUtters & all other bbineryfor lanllfactnrinl CiR:ars; IIPORfERS OF CIGAR MOULDS. 57, 59, a: 61, Lewis St., bet. Delancy & Rivington, NEW YORK. l 51 MAJDB!I J.AIII'B, IIBW TOIUl. CUTHRIE a. co., c B SPITZIIR f;L.G-JDnl. JI.L.&.uomd EUGENE DU BOIS, 226 Front o B. .a. c c' 0 CARL UPIIA.NN, TOBACCO :.. L. assJDI,:."" -o., co:imssioN xERciiANTs, -r -AND COMMISSION mERCHANTS Leaf Manufactured, & Smoking ToBAcooAN ;RESe:as. coMMISSION MERCHANT AND Q18!L ,.00 124.WATERSTIIEET, C .uno DBALBBB 1J1 ALLIUll 01' T 0 B A .., Leaf Tobacco preued In bal for the West Indies MEW YORK, r Me:dcaD alld. Central American PorU, and other mar 178 PEARL STREET, P.O. BOX 29ftSI, JNEW YORK 8 lllrt 0 li 8 A L 0 .11 0 lf7" Leaf Toba.oea; 7 5 FRONT ST., NEW YORK. uta TOBACCO PACKED IN HOGSHEADS; lliFRauo ... bleAdvan cesrnade onlihlpmen ta. No. 180 Water Street, New York. ------- loti to suit pur<".lwen r J. A. PESANT .-.o. ., ...,.,. Importer or'HAVANA CIGARS D. & A. BENRIMO, and LEAF TOBACCO, Leaf Tobacco AND SEGARS, Wo. IH Pearl Street, NEW YOR.K. ALSO COMMISSION MERCHANT LEA:F TOBACCO, lH WA.TEB-STBUT,. NIIW-YOJnr, iO AND U :UOADWAY, NEW YOllJt Ian on orJe all ldndo of LEU TOBAOCO for J:n>()ll'! ------___,.,....-..,......_llzld HOHII OS-108 1 B. M. SCHilDER, Importer of Havana, AND PACKER OF DETROIT CO., GERKAN CIGAR KOl1LDS. Especial attention it invited to Baxter's l'r.tent Improved German Koulda. ADy deaired abe and shape made to order. JULIAN ALLEN, Seed-Leaf and Havana TO::a.a.ooo, 172 Water Street, N. Y. Office, cor. Congress &: Fourth Sts. __ ........, _____ w:-""_ DETROIT, M'ICH. C O A. &-rEIN a 00., 1"'. MIRANDA & CO. SEE]) LEAF TOBACCO IMPOilTRESOF' IMPORTERSOF&DEALERSIN .&lULER IN WESTERJ & 34 BU VII S'1'IIJil' lmW YOBlt, DIPO&TEIL o:r BACCO' COftOI FACTORY UIPOilTERSOF \r"aua te.eaf a.tratts LEAF TOBACCO ''IW m liD nay fill C?JJ!tff (f!f t "'liilr 5 ltm.r ,. tlu IIISifiR .. --1.11 Dill Jill Wl UJl A.JrD 27 South Second Street, .,eriMirunti&u Ill Jill /,._ -o-.1 h 'in ....,.,.t, And Sole Agents for the Brand CARVAJAL'S CIGARS"' Lltlf MfMII/tldrlrwl No.123 PIARL UREIT. NIW YORK.. "SUPERIOR DE JOSEIIIIII VfCHOT," :-, n. '1!1., roM. St. LOUIS, Mo. ......____ DAHV11.i4 v.t....; ---UY WEST J'l,gJ.WAa I TQ BAOC co, BRIMEN A aiiOAD STREET, ..

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' / T D .B AI' 0 B.A. c c 0 L E SEPT. 23 StalacP, S:adth Bros. a Knecht, DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF LEA F T .OBA..CCO, And of end 225 RACE STREET, PHILADELPHIA. RALPH A CO., Manufacturers of Balph's Snuff, A.NlJ FINE! CIGARS, : 1\To,118 Woon J..,eo P. Marks, W'. Samael A. H-.JcboDo TEI.I,ER BROS., Packers, Commissioa Merahants, aud Wholesale Dealers in Porelp aDd Domestic Leaf'Tobacco, 117 North Third Street,.PhlladeJphia. IVOOD'IVA.RD, QABBJ:'Z"Z & 00., ClGAB AID &BIBBAL I:IIIIISSlDI KlC:::R.OBANTS;t' 1 ; l8lio. Water St. and 32lio.Delaware Av., Philadelphia. lio; 1143 First Avenue, Pittsburgh. BaltimOre Advertisem.eD.te. A. BOYD & CO., WHOLESALE DEA'LERS IN 18lCT1JUI AID LI!P TOBACCO, CIGit K, ::: f: I 33 SOUTH ST.. BALTIMORE. '1'1108. W CROXBR. j GEO. GEO. P. VKYEtlZAGT. GEO. KEROKHOIT &; CO., DEALERS IN Ca:mt'fiClJ!, BAV AJU ill YAH! WJ TOBACCO, t "" Alm KA.Nm"AO'l'DUBS o:r cm.w. No. 49 S. CHARLES STREET, BALTIMORE. H: :WILKENS a 0 ., MONUMENTAL CITY WORKS, NO. lBl WEST l'Uft UL'l'IKOU, JW!.YLAND, MANUFACTURII.S 011' ALL K.IMDS OP smOIIIG liD CBIWIIG TOBACCOS .A.tJeata, X. PA.LK, 85t. ...... W. Y., .a. B.A.'l"''UU BROS., 1.3 W. Tlabd8t,., PhiJa, F. BECKER. c. BECJQ:Ji. L. B.ECKEB. BECKER. .. ,.ROTIIER.S,. _: CQ MMISS1 ON MERCHAN!f. -AND '\VAOLRSALi.DEALERS IN Foreip il.nd Domestic Toba.ooo, KO. 98 W. LOliiBAJLD ST., BALTIJIOBE, MD I ED. WISCHMEYER & CO., Commission. ... AND DZALDS Ilf PLUG, TOBACCO 8c CIGARS 39 SOUTH CALVERT f ...li LoMaA.wD STW:a.-r, ? "" te::l STARR & Co. & :m. W liiiNOE, Toba.ceo 'Shipping MANUFACTURJIRS OF WESTERN ADVERTISEMENTS. Cincinnati and Detroit Advertisements. : c.ASIIJlJs WELU:S. L. BICHARDJU..LLAY .T.UU:SJULLAY. H 8 c. WELLES A co., R.MALLAY 1: BR enry esuden & Bro., CONN. iEED LEAJ F l>UUBS D "r<::t:B.AOOC>. 15JJ. State Street1 OOIII!IIo Deale!'ll i:a. LEAF TOBAOCO, a. a z. K. PB.ASE, 1C1. 163, & 165 Pearl Btret, LEAF TOBACCO, I liS and 1 1 7 West Front St. Between Race ed Elm, I OOroe4 to a ll parta of the co"utry ill sma!l1ota, by Express Uneo. Tloe hctory brudlo, 1 1 DEE!t TONOOF. ASHLIUGH, J)ICKTATEil, RED ROVER, NOT FOR JOE, YOU G01' IT and other specialities in Smokfnt To-. baccoa are furnilbed to Jobbers anG "Wholesale Grocenl u una! .) Order dlrecl; I 1 126 Vine Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO. E. B Jl. TBO.AS, COMMISSION B R 0 K E -R, ;IN ALL KINDS OF : -,; ...... ,z: uY. COKKISSION KERCHANT In LEAF a.nd J4ANUF AO'l'URED TOBACCO, 1.2 Central Wharf, BoBtOtt. SOUTHERN ADV'TS. Pri:aoe' "'OR'TH STREETJ..'::

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SET. 23. THE TOBACCO LEAF., 7 SUTRO & NEWMARK, TOBACco' AT THE CrNCIN NATI EXHIBITION. The Western TolJacco '.Journ!ll says i The exhibition of tobacco at the ExRPsition was truly magnificent'. Sam p le after sample of the finest specimens of the weed flashed bat::k into the face of SNU.IT FOR ROTTE&.DA.llil. FIRE, REVI!:NUE; AND PoLicB I;.EMs.-About 3 P. M. on the 21st inst. a fire broke out at 186 Front Street, [From IM Liverpool Courier.) this city, in the basement of which Messrs. Chas. F. TOBACCO IN MAINR.-lt is said that. they are culti vating tobacco successfully as far down East as Arocs took County, Maine. 1 t IA!Nrnt'ACXUBJJ:B8 OP r \ ANn DJJ:.U:.EB8 IN What is butter? is a question that puzzlt:d the chem-Tag & Son had 296 bales of Havana st0r ed. 'fhe enists mightily. But a new question, What is snuff? tire lot was ruined by nre and water.-At z A. M. on Al'OTHER FLING.-Our neighbor, the V/orU,losesno promises to puzzle them still more. In the oleaginous Monday, zrst inst., a fire occurred in William Walton's oppommity oi deriding the Connectic ttt Cigar .industry. controversy we heard a _great deal' of palma tine and cigar store, at Sawmill Run, Pittsburg, Pc,!nn., which Here is its latest ;-A French naturali tst has discovered stearine, but in the new drsputation nicotine is the theme. v:as not discovered until it had madeco'nsiderabte head a species of acarus which liv es in cig>t rs. A> it selects LEAF TOBACCO. NEW YORK. the sun their golden The committee who gave judgment was composed of the best judges in the mar ket. The lucky competitors were Mr. John G. Prather, of S hiloab Ohio, first prem ium on cutting leaf, entered tbrough the Planter's House.'' The second prem on cutt i ng leaf was l awarded to M<>ssrs. R L. Young & Son, of Higgens port, Ohio. Messrs. Wright & C rt:ighton carried off the laurels on best hogshead of bright and a bright sp ecibun it was, and reflect ed credit upon the judgment of the firm which so j u stly deserves the wide spread reputation it enjoys throughout the country for handling tbe best manufac turir.g !t:af tbat can b e pur c hased in Virginia Ken tucky or Missouri. Mr. Jacob Young of Ge rmanI town, Indiat'ia, was a warded the premium for the best case of Ohio or lndiar.a seed leaf. The la s t three entries were made through A learned lawyer was asked yesterday, in the biverpool way, and before the firemen arr.iv.eci the flames had only good brands, domestic microscopists need not hope Police is snuff? and he defined it, after communicated witb the frame house occupied by A:. to fin it in Cormecticut Hava nas. Johnson, to be "tobacco, witb other i[lgredients." It Huffnagle as a dwelling : and meat shop, and to the end is the other ingredi ents that we are in search of, for the of Railroad Bridge. The Frey House, TREASUR "RuLING.-LrcORICE JuicE, So CALLEDInland Revenue Department seem to have ambiguous Duffy 's saloon, Augustine's grocery, and Mrs. Mitchell's ON.-An article by the licorice notions on tht: .subject. 'l'hey do not know themselves boarding house was also destroyed. Tliree spans of J;uce! but wh;ch fo nd upon to be either the due proportio f 't h e ing{edl'entS' or how railroad bridge were dest r oyed.-At J .o lu;orrce _Paste, 1 oe1ng an from hcorlce root, they sho uld be desi,nated. They a Stocklhe 19th inst.., l>{rs. Susan McLaughlin, wife of Jphn.. stmll'!_r tn all respe ts, except .m form. With the roll or port snuff -grinder ill a hazy of way, and though the McLaughlin, a cigar dealer in Ne;yark Avenue, com sttck ltconce, w as held to be hable. to duty at the of ca se did not result' m a cpnvtction 1 it raises some curious mitted suicidtr ,by-taking green. She het I?. cents po?nd, ,roper the pr9specu]ations as to how are made to sneeze. servant 3irl to' a drug st6re to procure the poison on .fo .. contamed m scbeJule M, They are a phlegmatic people, and bt: ides smoking pretence of using it for When tHe 'girl sectiOn 2 504 of Rev1sed Statutes Ot 1874.-[Letter mild tobacco, th-ey t'tillate their noses with snuff. r .:;turned she the parcel to Mrs. McLaughlin. to Collector Balttmore, July 24, Mr. Francis Baker, of Stock port, seems to look alter N{rs. McLaughlin the poison with a cupful of THE EXCITEMENT. m P.ENNSYLVANI!t SEED LKAF. -Dutch interests in the latter respect. He wanted to water, and drank' it immediately. She lingered in great A correspondent of THE LEAF irites from Lancaster, send a cask of snuff to Rotterdam, but whether the agony until midr rig\It; -and then died. The deceased was Pa.: "I thought 1 would also inform you for th e benefit commodity was intended ultimat ely for Dutch noses or ;so years old>; had been a n invalid some time, and lately d Ethiopian, we are left in ncertainty. It is alleged was much depressed.-In this city, week, John and of your subscribers resid:ng in all parts of.the Urute besides' the proverb ia l taste for rum as fierce as fixed Josep h Quinn, aged eight and twelve years1respectively, States, that we have had, and hav e a -gr;aCt excite ment in regard to speculating in obacco. ouple d bayonets, and gunpowder as harmless as the were arrested by a policeman for selling cigars without with it comes the news of act i ve purcl..asing of the grow credulous people of West Africa h ave a penchant for having paid the special United States tax as peddlers. Mr. Baker's sneezing He wished to send They were taken befbacco shipped from Richmond in bond (for ex. .,.! -b port) from rst October, x87J t9 rst A ugust, 1874, was: tured snuff," butt is is appar!!n!ly a variable comlllo dity submit to you, in the interest oLthe pu lie, the following 4 175 809 lbs; prepaid stamps II,247 r 74 lbs; total, when the same cask yields-three di6\inc qualitieS -The 1nstance of a gross outra.,oe on the part of cerctain offiI5, 422, 983 lbs. The ugust business was :-Shipped wily Customs c.fficers, when the cask was to connected with die exhibition American Inin bond, 344 ,3 14\hs ; prepaid, 1 ,7 54 271 do ; total, z,them, "'ere not content to take-<>De&l e i they gauged stttute. Aug. 261 we made apphcat10n !lot the 098 585 do total to x_st Sept.: 1g74 x7 451 5 6 3 do. to cask at top, the bottom, and mtdd)e, and lo! of. IDstltute for space to, at iotthcommg sarr:e date 17,105,6 34 de, db do, 14,s10;399 ELK" and "ONWARD" t F. A. Prague, the Ins,pect_or C I a A R s 'Ptne ,.i--rs I Of the is entitled to d1fferent quahtres were found at mal. farr, show figures and 'Smot:mg p 1 pes ThrS! was graqted do do do 1871 16 92 g40 0 do do 1 g70 14 7 4 5 w m t!IAP TOBACCOl ,Nos. 311and" 34* Qowery. NEW YORK. HAILES S. HAWES, PA'?KER & DEALER. lN Fine Connecticut Seed Lea.f 119 MAIDEN LANE, E. V, Hawea &. !loa, Brtageport, Co-. .,. V a' the credit. When the sam 25 MAIDEN LA 'h1L' pies were drawn by him, he -1 .1:1..L1D, did not even permit them fo NEW YQRK. be taken of; orin a ny way mampulated by :---------------e ven the owners until he had handed them to the SCB.IDT &, c ommittee for decision. The premium cutting u LEAF TOBACCO hogshead and the premium bright wrapper excited con s iderable notice on account o f their extra finenes s." WAREHOUSE. Uoo full Lboetl of"Clpn, The at the top of the butt yrelded 30 per cent. te us, ;tnd ptomptly pJud cus!omary fees theredo do' 1869. u' 10;:173 cW': The quantity of. orgamc matter, the botto?t I 5 per and the m1dfor whrch we hold recerpts. On the strength. of in re' aid b stam s fro I at October 1g ?le 17 J?er cent., the rest Lepg made up m each contract we that p ur to grst Auguit 1 lbs in AugJs{' morgamc matter and mmsture. The drawback' IS twn was accepted and tmmedtately set o "''ork to fimsh do 'total to rst Se 't 1g 1 ; OII do eckoned on the organic matter, we prestJme to we' desrgned exflressly for the exl)ibition:. We 1 34 99Jate 0 zozdo 4 8 2 1 1 280 be the virtue of the comf>OUnd, it is obvious that inl ,J,.ere, however, greatly surprised when a portion of the J,r 750 d 23 this w ide range of quality th e re was room for a good goods having been fi.nished and sent to the Institute, d 0.' d d '86 6 do ' 9 deal of as drawback should be allowed. were _refused retur_ned to us last San_1rday' with is 7a of the business It was regardmg th1s pomt that the .:.ale cropped up Tery mformauon from the Supennten.den three ea before the stipendiary magistrate. The pr osec ut ion im "he had no space for any of them." Of course, we or y rs Total. puted to the two defendants fraud in claiming a larger first ap' pealed personally at the office of the I 8 8 amount of drawback than the component parts of the and saw the clerk stationed there who expressed a h1s n 1 71;. 2 09 5 1 34,995 2 0 33 d b h d' .. 1 1 ha h b k h tt In 187 3 ....... ..... 1,ss8,o4o 78 ,846 1,e36,836 cons1gnment warrame ut t e procee mgs were c ear y opmron t t t ere must e. some nusta e m t e rna er, 6I,043 SJBOk1Joc 'l'o ...... oo founded in error The cask was s ubmit ted to the as we held our receipts for the space required,': of In 1872 1 834.789 1 1195.732 .53 I 'SOUTH SECOND STREET. PHILADELPHIA. atthorities simply as "British-manufactured snuff ,,.hich there were plenty to spare," and said that' he hatl ToBACCo WABEHOUSEMEN AND' Hrs Fms T CrGAR.-A tha.t it was of Briti.sh JT!anufat:ture. Stockport n o orders up to Sept. 5 to discontinue taking a T.HE GRA-NGERS.-The fitSt battle of tl:L e Grangers in the young gentleman, attired in one drsputed, and. there was thus no mtsttons We then called up_on the Secretary,, r. ChamWest [femarks the Petersburg (Va.) News] was with 1 all the glory of patent-leather d escnptlon of the goods. It rs I rut: a drawback of bers, who was 3;Iso surpnsed, and, tkat our the railroauw,NewjYork: DeRrSir-l\'t.haveusedove'r I 000 C&888 of yoW" fioe p:ad ... o( Liqooriu1 aDd they have been wUformly regular and of excellent quality. Y oun Very Respectfully, lSignedl P. LORILio.ARD & CO. gmgerly lie gets handled, merchant of Montgomery Floyd Carroll W.xthe Pu. out, would seem to suggest a more gradual system of committee of Grangers desired to know whether, if the and yet how firr:nly and Iaski, Giles, Craig, Rockbridge, and sales; and, if ienders have any important UJ?On 'farmers secure a(l agent to se.ll their tobacco in the Dan surely goes to h15 Bedford, of Southweiit Virginia; also Mercer, Monroe, the present course of trade, .they are probably mtitct.mg ville market at :z per cent. all expenses the ct.gar was hdd m a Summers .and GreenJ:nier, of West Virginia, and can loss upon the1r and certarnly Board of Trade would recogntze him? The Board in spirtslick, between the say in the first six named there can not possinot the character of therr colla t erals. The formed that would not be recognized, and passed thum_b and finger _of bly be of a crop of tobacco raised, and 1s very small, and. the appears to _be a resolution a?y member who should recognize the hand, with a gr1p that of a mean quality. I fine in the remain-as. dec1ded :U at .any !une1 but .the free sellmg any such an agent brddmg at his scales. The matter as as the oath of an ing four that the prospects are much better, about one1n 15 certamly affectmg the of then referred to the ':"arehousemen aod the com old satl?r, and he blew the half the usual planted, and the better part of current pnce lflJUnously,and,perhaps, so.' mtttee of Grangers to sec 1f they could not agree upon that uniform and now ready to cut, which will make the report wasas,follow&: "Offenngs the charges. Theyrepottedtheycoulidnot agree. So resembled the tarl of the heavy shippibg In Mercer Monroe and Summers of large, and the features of the market v;ere substantially that, as the matter now sta'ncds, the ass ociation compels lately departed comet-. and West Virginia, they have 61ne-third of an the as on yesterday. nondescr ip t I_ugs an uniform r ate, the charges remain the same, and all he_ was ha_ppy. All thmgs crop which is only medium.'' remam below the range of a week smce, anJ med1um warehouses m town are selling at the cold rates.'' This bnght must fade, however, grades sell omewbat irregularly, but the'!'e is no notice-we say, is the first conflic t between the Grangers and any and half an afterward PoLICE CoURT PRISON LIFE.little boys and a able variation from the former range of Other otht:r order or busi ness in Virginia of which we have R he was an alley woman, each c,mying in their hands packages of food, grades and in active demand. The sales ran any knowledge, and is not unlikely it m ay become tee heretofore maoufaclured by u s t he Expos1t1on recently complained to Justice Smith, at the Yorkville up to a htgh figure, but we understantl that the t1de has general. We agree wllh the Da9ville Tzmes that it is a MACANDREW &: co., LoDdoo, .Eogtand. hmber as a fish, a Police Cour that they had re}atives and friends conand a steady falling off i.?. wi.ll be "se.rious matter be de!llt with calmly and ,.. bo1se .like a fined in the prison there, and, having asked the keeRers seen rmmearately. Sales mostly or1gmal mspectrons, senously." No preJUdice or passron can be allowed in LIQUORICE ROOT pump m the last agonJes ol to pass to th.em the articles they bad brought, had'been and local speculators are holding b;tck their stocks at the discussion of such a question. Eve,ry business in a a dfy season, as hopelessly rudely repulsed. The Judge instituted an inquiry at least for the present. It is &tated thl\t receipts. at fortown is in it. Tli e farmers are the main stay & .,...au. ODd -;rnaa, ill Bai-,&1_711 for oale ill 1'* a, toait purdwen -'-of progress as an once. The keepers of the prison allege that they have w_arding point!> in the country are rtuced to an inaigo the country; we are all dependent upon them; they 11J.a.xss c. JleAl'!oRJnV, ::-r rmpaled worm a fishorders from the Commissioners of Charities and Cornificant figure, and that plauters b e generally sold make not on!y the fine tobacco which is so nicely n Wa&n JK,, *_ Ye.llo, hook, each .successrve wiggle rection to allow no gifts of food to prisoners from their out. In another column will be fou d some tobacco handled by olir warehousemen, and for which such a only mak.mg the matter friends, althbugh they admit that the of the items of interest from different Kentucky counties, high price is paid by our manufai:turers and shippers "PRIMINGS" LooKIN G uP.The Farmville (Va. ) Mer. worse, unul, with one ;;rand prison can purchase through them (the keepers) such among which is a M;.ysville_ statement that Mason,. whic_h but they make the other productS of the soil : They cury ef a recent date, says:-Mr. Jonn Ransom, whose he dropped hke a liver otT a butcher's block, and victuala..as they may desire. A gentleman, who was for generally produces upwat'GS of 3,ooo,ooo Ills,, wrll thrs support all the mterests of towns and cities. There_ big tobacco we noticed a week or ttwo si:1ce, sold a load waued for help at the expense of the city. That a few days tn involuntary boarder there, desc:rites the year make a total failure-an exaggeration, perhaps, fore they should be heard, their argument put fearlessly of primings ( 2 ,100 pounds) in our market on Tuesday Y?ung mam from the country has gone back to hiS cobbill of fare 3f. meagre, l)ut expensive in detail. For a but no doubt very near the truth. In some sectio11s of before and their reasonable demands granted.. for hi6.78-over $s per hundred. John. says ne ppe and penny royal-to wear and drink cup of tea a slice of .bre.ad, 115 cents is charged. the are cuU from.tbeir -We _do not feel.competent to say what is a fair com paid all his bills in town with the proceeds of this .sale. sassalra:rs tea, and ape no more c1ty fashions. For a small efsteak, 75 cents 15 demanded. Tobacco plauUn&\1 scauenng plants ready for Cl.ltting, but It 15 penaatron for sel!rng tobacco; nor is it our business. When he sells his leaf he will, 00 doubt, hav'! to AK IMPORTANT Q.UESTION.-An exchange assures us and other uxuries are correspondingly high. Those unlesa the of the crop is cut green, But, we do say 1t is a question entirely for the planter Jenll. George Thornton, one of the worthiest and that Milwaukee a man was found dead with a. cigar who are co mitted to this prison are nt?t convicted it will pass. well into the average frost limit. There are and hie commission merchant. The buyer has nothing thrifty of our colored citizens, sold a load the same da_y in his mouth, and, as usual il\ such cases, there was 8 criminals. ome of foed refuted. was for no complamts at pr_esen.t on. any score the whatever t$ do if. So fa.r as thir principle is eon-for Ss.rs per hundred, saying, when the bid was cried, riot over the question w'!lether it was a domestic or an a little boy charged w1th the enormity of playmg ball whtch m some sectrons are domg cerned, .we are w1th the Grangers. They are right that it was enough, and that be didn't want more. 1 m ported cigar. against a c!Wrch. senous damage.' clearly rrght.''

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8 THE TOBACCO SEPT. 23. l'danuiacturers. JOHN ANDERSON & CQ., I 011' THE SOLACI AID rmu TOB!CDS 114and 116 LIBERTY STREET, NEW YORK, Beg to dift!c:t tloe atteDtloa of the ne.tera Ill To-.. lhn>Gbont the 'aad 11oe ..,. Licorice. LICORICE PASTE. WALLIS & 00. KXTR;... Brokers. EU8EIIE TOBACCO BBOID, I4J WATER STREET, NEW YORK. IIISCELLANEOUS. I ITROPOLITAN .IUSCELLANEOUS. WI. DEMUTH & co. I TU IOL& 0" I 41!' WDrlcl to tlaelt 18LACE FINECIIT Cln."WDDG TOBAOOO, Tobleeo mannfacturenl and the tnr.de in general 'are e.1: amine lll:ld teet tbo propertlell of this LICOIUCE, wbieh, being 11e" ')reught to tbe highest perfeotion, is c:M.td lWier tlle above style ef brand. Weuealao SOLE AGmNTS for the liolaud. r ,.., ,.'t' r.a.4 e. c. c JO.HN C ATTUS, 200 Chatham Square, 51 J Thlyer ...: ... BB.IAR. 4liD l PIPlSr WrlH RlJBBIR mft,, Jmporierl of all kiW of Smobrl' ArUdll. 1 SHOW FIGURES, ---' whicla Ia w... ....,. more manrKbanMI IUidM' Cbe by .con-n, to lie tbe TH 0 MAS H 0 YT & co... llllmeollate npervialoa or 11oe ..........,., ""'6.,.. -=---a MR. JOHN ANDERSON, best in ma.rlref .And for UK! bran of IIAII"UFACT\JUR! (.1 T ,_ S'ck ... dotaaa, ael'onoerfy, wttboot a rl..t. o..s-UKJUrJce .. Fine Cn t Chewing a.nd JIIIOIIL &. oo., '\ SM!IKIN() ToBACCOS & SNUFF. F.rLACC "'Co k an respects equal to CALABRIA.. TOBACCO BROKER 127 Pearl Street; NEW YORK. J. S. CANS &. SON, ... our DRANM CKIWJNO. IIA.MRACnuaw Alol. o. We haYe. no Connmer& an4 IONNYSIDE, HEARTS' DELIGHT, tlnt JjUJOhtug Jobbera do well to apply direct. TO B A CC 0 B RO! E RS ld 8Qm&\att4 Licorice leet and ordiiWr, OOIIItaDtly NATIONAL, BRIGHT OWEN, 0 h d EXTRA CAVENDISH. '.f 0 B A C C on an IIJMZ & IRGU .. BIU. No. 86 WALL HARVEST" .. "SURPRISE" IN FOIL eo4 and 4o6 Pearl St., New York c;,..,., IVANHOE 81 JOLLY {JOYS SMOK!t.!-Q, 21 l 31 SUUTI Wllllll SYREtT JJOYT. CHAS. o. HoYT, 176 & 178 First St., Brooklyn, E. D. 'lOftm: BCIL11DG, NEW YOBI. .. >: J.OiJiS" N. PiCAR, Paste and Stick& 71 .JOH:N STREET, NEW YORK, WANUP'ACTUR:KR OP ., F. w. s. z Fine, Lon[ and Straijht Cut Cavendish and Pfgn&tena. 0 SMOKINO TOBACCOS, De Rosa. .....,For ll"fne, Wb.oleaale and Retail Trade. e Q) BRANos:-Eocellent, Perique, Turkih._ Latakia, Excelsior 1\JiiUs and Favorite MUla Green Seal, Golden Bar, California, En11lh:h tsird'sEye. dered y --'--..... CD Black and Tan, Golden Fleer: .. Virginia Cut, POW =e BeanaJ _: ;:.;. u... .... -. ......... or A.RD SPECIALITIES FOR TOBACCO PINECU:T TOBACCO AND CIGARS, ..:I (.J =e ..: o (W) 207 & 209 W!i'Ji STOOET. JEW .YORK. (W) a:... Q :s ::FB.Al!I'CIS s. Xll!I'NEY, Q) MANUF ACTUR!:R OF e "Iimley Brutkerf 01 CICAIIETTE8 AND FINE TOBAOOOS, I Nc, :U CEDAR STREET. LICORICE ROOT; 141 WEST BBO.ADWAY, DLUIOI'ID MU.LS:-POWDZKED PCRE. XEW YOB.It CITr, LIClOB.Ul E EXTR-'C'I'-IIIA.A AXD PVLV DEPOT & AGENOY D. H. & _CO., Of the Manufacture of -G. W. GAIL &: AX;] fl!liD .. i,;i;i ia;iwmt BALTIMORE, ..,.,...,...... AT Sllll_K!NG TOBACCO. __ .. 220 I'EAB.L OW YOni. .Phog ,_,, .,..,. J"'o1W, .._ tvEIS'" :U.LER AI JL&EPPEL; A .... ta XAICUI'A.C'l'OKY Aim BALJ:Ii:ROOI( ; COINEI Of AVEJILJ[ D AND TEilTH STIEET: MRS. a. B.. MILLER co., tlew York 'I'OBJ.CC 0 .1IJ.BUP !CTOIY, ANBREW KUUSSMANN & CO. (PETER, D. COLLINS, PUOT.) ;a(&U11fact'lll'C' of all kiD4a c:f 97 c otumbia street, OBEm& & SJOm& NBWYOBK, MANIIPACTuu:as or THt. c:aL&Btu.T. TOBAOCo-. Mrs G. B. Miller 8c Co. Chewing aad Smoking 74.1. JSrXNT:&: Tobacco, the only Genuine Amcricaa Gentlehaw .. n Avenoeo Cud D, man Snuff; Mrs. G. B. Miller & Co. Mac:c:aboy XEW YOB.IL and Scotch SnuB'; A. H : Mickle & Sona' Forest Rose and Grape Tobacco; Mrs. G. B. Miller & Oo. Reserve Smoking and Chewing ToDacco. Dr' All order promptly cxccu.tcd. CO.,. lOBlCCO liD CIGARS. AKD D&Al.BitS .Jill LA VlC:RDEJI. rLOWBll8-POW'D OB.,uiGE PEEL-POW.0. BBBG..&.IIIOT, CA.81RA.. OU.I-aOIIE, 'l'B'UE KUUIILDL OL1Vll OIL, 41'. JARL IN & IJ1" m, LEV A.In-C.UB8 41'. BBt... G11JIS A.B..I.BICl .&JfD TBA.GA.CAJI'l'H. WITB A YJ:RY !'UI:L L!l(J: OF V._ W. BRINCKERHOFF, OF DB.1JGS, OJLS, Eto., Eto. JfEW rowosuan ttQu.oaros. "' F:INSIT QUA 'UTY. t 1t Peqbkeepele, New-York. GnTORD, SHERI AN & INNIS 1JO WILLLUI-IITREE:t, NIW-T B-RL PHIUP KELLAND TOBACOO 168 WATER STREET., NEW YORK. UP STAlRS.1 CHARU8 F'. OSBORNE, jAMES G. OSBORNE, "' 2"obucco Bro'lt:er, Jro. M BRO.& S'I'BE'1', NEW YORK 133 PUlL S'l'UET, NEW YORK. CWAS. E. FISCHER & B-RO .. TOBACCD IBOKBBS. 131 Water Street, NW YORK. A. SHACK. TOBACCO BlOOR. No. Maiden Lane. AND ALL SPECIALTIES FOR TOIIACGJ lltANU FA'CTU;tt:r.s; R.lULLIER'S SONS OFFICE, bAR STRt.t.\, SNUFF, PIPES, etc:., G:JilC>B.G:m :a. "'VV:J:L&C>N, rtcTOIIIES IT a41101D STREET, ftWIRl .&KD IJr .&LDWELL 1'1. AGENCY AND DEPOT 01:' l'. W. l'ELGNEB AI SON'S, Successors to f. H. BISCHOFF'S BALTIMORE TOBACCOS. B.OVEBSm.okinc To'baooo, MANUFACTURED BV WALTER B. PIERCE, trTIC.l, T, This Brand of Smotr.inl' i8 u dark colored aad u thol'ougblJ cured u Havana. SOLE AGENT FOR J. P. SARRAZIN'S LOUISIJ.NA:PERIQUE SIOKII G TOBACC Also, Perique Tobacco in Carrottes, 146 w A.TEB STR.EET, NEW YORK. with Fr. ENGELBACH, BUCHANAN &. LyALL, I r;4 Broad New York, Be ... AU REB, '-21 S!ztll. Ave., NEW YOlti. l OJfEJ:DA. TOBACCO WORKS .AKD CIGAR JIIA!rol'ACTOB.Y. D. BUCHNER, Successor to ROBITCHEC K & TAUSOS!G, FINE-CUT CBEWIIG AND SMOKING fOBAUCO AND CIGARS, Havana. Sixes, Cheroots, 256 DELANCEY STREET, NEW YORK, llanalaeC11r e r of the f ollowing Btlltl.& ef KrLLlCKINJCJa Pride o'f'the U. &. Baae BalL Winelleater. Leaf'. J,yona. Grecian Ben .. ro..-ement. RA.nuahan.Jluck. FACTORY ::E"r-.od.o-.1 Xd.-osra--e:r.-a t1o._ 2 EN CRAVER S AND PRINTERS, "" CEJ,EBJLA TED BB.AJI])& 01' fJ' BY IJ'l'EA.Jl I"'WJI:B AXD HAI'ID PBEIIh:tl. Challe11re. I be. King Philip, U &114 2i lf01'1'3 \VIIJJAK S'I'UIT 1 lf:ElW YOB.X. Wubi11gtoa, )lo, Grape R11d Apricot, Neptune, Double Thick, UocoDQII,ered, brt. drk. "ACME" Faocy Brt. Manle Mitchell, Pounds, N...,..,.....tt, TeciUilleh,-Aiesai>dra, Peedeaa, SenaatiOD, Flounderw. Gold Bars, Pride of the Rer;lment Pocket Pieces. WU.Ll.AJI IUJCJU.N.A.M DAVID C. LYALL. MeELIOY DOS., Sole Ag'ts, 31 :Boston. Cigar Manufacturers. Cigar Manufacturers. Wangler & Hahn, BORDY & PROCHASKA, '>lAl'ACTUitBRS OY MANUFAcruuRs oF. Fine S e gars Fine Cio-ars,. No. 200 & 292 BowERY. -c;, NEW YORK. 354 & 356 BOWERY, NEW Y()RK. S. OB.GLBB., Manufacturer of tile be!t Bnnds of FINE CIGARS, Also, Proprietor' of the Brand. Libre," 29n & 2S6 Greenwich St., New 'tork Schwarz Spohr, MANUFACTUJU!:RS OF ALL XlNOS OP Cigars, 1 13 Bower)", NEW YORK. -111AN'UFACTURER 01" FiDe Sqars, a. ll Bowery, YORK. ILACIIM & SCHLDSSR, Ji'.UriOI'ACTtr'aJtk!i o Fin U't., 148 A'l'TOB.XEY NEW YORK Proprietor of the c:elebn.ted bunch u Rel)ubllc:" aDd Kigh ,aud Dry, Other (avorite brand a made to order. S8L IIIIIIFAC.JUIEII := CIGAIS DSOPOLl'rAN CI&AI CUTTI CARD -WE bg'" Inform tbe trade that we ...., tlae Sole MR11afaetetero of the ,.,_,.,..ed lhnlla Ct ars., and having that other _l)artfes cootemp1ate Imitating tbelJ!l aDd ob.tftodug of tnferior quality grown in thi11&ountr1. therefore we C&1etiOA the publk not 1.0 purcha.ae Ctpr. JDOt bea.rlnj' our trade mark on bo>es. S. JA.COJ;IY k CO. KAY.i:B. BI!.OJ. New Orle&'lB, L!., Sal! Aq"'lt' Shte1 of L'ltl!slans, X!nialppi, and ...... ...,ER a EST..&;&.& .... .,"' IN KE'IAL ANn WOOD, A 501 BROADWAY, It> NE"W YO::n.:K. HENRY WUt.STEIN, (luor .. _....,., _, .. ', \ Q) = .s: ....,..., () a. 0 ; ::s () .... Jl 0 l-9b Myrtle A:nnue, BrooJdyD. No. 7 Commercial Street, Boston, SOLB WHOLESALE SELLING AGEN'l'S' I EJCW STAUB. GLYCERINE,-SAlYIUEL JOSEPHS, MANUl"ACTURER OF ..:IKE .. AND J)EALER IN TOBACCO, No. 166 sTREET, NEW YORK. AQllnq"CY, 43 Liberty Street, opposite Post ()ffloe., :Da'03. ms 0:1' SKO'B''I!R.S ..t,;B.'l"%C:J:.ZS, DEALERS IN TOBACCO, SECARS, SNUFFS,-&c. MADDUX-BRO'l'BERS; OFF,ICE, 171 PEARL STltEET. e lEW YORK CITY. .Agents for the /OUowi'll{J OeldwtUed BNndB or Xobao: -' Lewl Look-out Floundero. Pocloet-plee"" Lewifl :lladdax'a Double thick Fuurs. C Jladdax' Half Navies. Lewta Mad ax' Look-out Si.&:es. R. C. Baaux' Golden Eight OUDCel. Lewla lladdax' Loek.-oot.Double-tbick Te11s. J. G. DiD' u Tb.e Pet," Poun, Gaiii.S, &r: / 15W William St., Kew 1rork. I -TINF,OI.l. Ftne 'ftJr Oigareetu, ek_ WITTEMANN BflOTHERS, 37 IIIA:lDEI!I L.l.ll5, ...... YORK,- B.. ZBLLEJrKA. YAKUtACTtiiUDl or ALL xums eP 1018Lil .&1D Lll'IEIIr TOBACCO ;BAGS, a88llaA till St., :WewYert. Onlen _premptq -..lecl .., at the oho-SHOW s CARD Litho .::rophd in SUPERIOR Cl" rs anJDuigtrs, aud itz apptovt .rtylt Eslimllte1 giv :BROTRDS, 37 III.I.IDEI!I !!lEW VORtt. CHAIILEI A. WULFF, Litltoplphe:r, Printer, 111d ltl&llufaotmer o1 WARDROP a 203 & 205 Lcwi s Street, DEALERS IM SPANISH CEDAR FOR CIGAR BO.J:E8, Sea.sonei always en ha.ni. TIN FOIL. JOHN .J. tJROOKE, .., ., MANUFACTUKER Of' TIN FOIL AND BOTTLE CAPS, PL&H Al!fD COLORED, BOI.LING KIL:tB, 338 ClOOl!Y and lG3 166 :lrot:BEB.ll.Y STB.EE'l'S. NEW YOII.E. Wlti. H. CORE, (1!:stablished JS58) ; Patentee and of Entirely New Styles WHITE 11ETAL AND WOOD ---SHOW OASES. NO BOX MOULD, I P 1 M, DJNQEE & SON, Pateted April :10d and Augut mil, S5; M ay 401, 186q; and July J .Sth, 1871. ( C SIXTH tf LEWIS 8TBEBT8 Fer wbicb firs1 t Premiums have hcf>n awarded at the SYCAUORE FOR SALE Qr, Amencan lnstitute,IS6s-'S7 0.<871,,Sp:Geor,iaStalle .. 1 c M h Fair, VirgHnia State l' tS-o !'iouth C;:n-olina Suiuble for Tj>lw:co Boxes and Cad

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