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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The Tobacco Leaf: Organ of the Tobacco Trade of the United States
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r ------I'"' .loiJam W.,eaf, M-..r,., Jl,.,. p,,., tl ., ""' ,_., ...... .. IS PUBLISHI!.D Dematll Wm. A Co., BI'GM-:r :nuT WJIIJIIIDAY KOI.IID1t IT .,...,.. ., Lilwitt P-. NIA IBl J" PtJILfnlllll M Gilford, aotmaa l:laala, 1:00 WIHioaa IU l!wv 11M OUII1W w, Gomez a Arrla.,. .. It 'I I. Will-.. _. ... -.. ........ sc., N... York. JIUDdrilwJ.,...c ss Water ,...,.. ..,__... Weaver61Rei'rJ,li40Mu .... R'1A-\!L-. -r. Mattufelllffl"l b Mia ...; .. Sc:IdeUu w. u. eo., 1,. .... ,,. 1l'!lll.-. "Ill...-LUr" rnuam1 oo. Haua'"' Cixr of th P l'riet AI ... II< !'1'01., 16 Collen Trma e aper : H.t.n-.. f P_._ L-.-. ._. C..Ju, 1o (;alfTI Hillier's R. S-a Co., 0.11 y...... .. J .. ,.... 'If G/y, .. Neati#NN l"'itl#& 5 04 Hoodle .. W. J. &: Co., Wllllua. No ...-.Hno for the paper ooitotd...,d, uat... Ma,.u{aauwrs ti JIMea. acoom.,...led by the corrupoadloiJaaount. Erlcba H. \V. Soth. Jtemittaacea should. ln evuy instance, be made Heakell Jacob, a ... i & 295 Kooroe. -.,. mcmey-ordf!r, check or draft.. BUia are liable Wicke WilLiam ft Cn., Goerck. to be atolea, aDd can 0\111 be MDt at th greatea\ '/ Ci,ra,. B..u1 b SAM. F.p,.,, l'iak to the teDder. Strauss Simon, 818 Fifth. Cigr Bo:r, (Ad.r d otAtr Wood.. Tu& TeBACCO LHAJI' commends Haelf to every one in an,. way lntereetc:d tn tobacco, etther as pwer, manUcturet or dealer. It Jrivea annQally aD immenlle amnunt or infonuatifou regarding lhe .. weed," aocl thua const\twte!t tt-.elf a rNUf, .lfiiWIII that baa lont; since been recognized aa ataadtnaat tile head ohpeclal trade pubUcatiou. Jte repoctl are full aDd exbauative, aud come from every quarter ol the alo!'e where t,obac( 0 la 10W r llr ltlo the.ONL'vweekiJ pablkatlop ez lllve'y to tobacco. J [F,.. /iU/11., Tloi.-.1 p..,_, ) lfJlW YORE. I#'P1W ... Sono, &ftd z86 Fromt nel Abner & Pearl. Allen Julllllf1 -u Water, i Appleby a Helme, ljj' er. Appleby LeoDard !.. t', 131 Watfr. ucrbacb .& )leodenon, 138 & 1)8-" Walet. Banoett & Mack 163 ""ter. Beriiaer Juliu., J03 Pearl. Beurhuo D 4r: A., u4 -v-atu. -Maro It Co., 6e Broecl. -.,_a Fnth,? Bur\iqg BrodY., _1}1 ).faiden Moor< It {;o., :1:0 Froa1. ('tJnloao A. H. 66 Broa 11od, Joox. DUls & Co a Jrtead E. It G. it ....... r19 .!14aldco l.ano. Ganlloer.j M.lt l'o., S. Frool. Garth D ., Sen It l.:o., 44 Bro..!. 0.-rtJ. L.llz Bro.,J6oWater. Genbel L. Ill .Uro.,l6 LaCe. Gathrle & us Fnmt.. HUBbul'J"' 1. It C.., ""Water. Hawes, Cbas. a., 119 llaidea Lane. HerbolA Voo R-bl, 18<) Pearl. W. It Co-6o Front. o Soft, 1-!9 Water Jokor A Nkm Water. :kola a. \A" arl Ktnnlcat 1---.omaw. sa Broa It S.bnt, 3"!! Bow Jtre!1MIDel". a ()o., 160 Fean. Lachealrrails It B..,., W Lzm :otte A. C., P arl. :wcterer A Flachel, .. _. ... ., Le.tu "H., 16:1 PeaT. :UcFall & 33M..,..,.. WaillaM lle-...t L. 1: Co., 4S BIDML llartla. J._, 144 Water. Mayer JeOepll, s-, u Water. Meyea A 0. L .. o., 45 Jleaver OatmaD Alva, IIIIi Wate1. I r Dingee P. V., A Soo, cor. Blatls aad Lewis. Wardrop R. 103 &: 105 Lewlo. Oc Cramer G S. Fraaklio. Heppeoheimer & Maunor, & 14 N. Wllll1110. Wicke, Wm. It Co., d a Cit.,. Rlbbo A.! mira!! J. J., 16 Cellar. M,"f-" of Toi>Mco TrFil; C'!'-ke J.] 311 C101b)ol: 165 &: lblberrf To b.< co "t, Howard, Sanger & Co., 105 Jkm>. Rebi-:Manaiacturlnc CompaDJ. r"""' c. ;,.;,. M-,.., .... Wlcb G. W. & Oo., Kain. TINuco Br.,. a.-., Wm. G Ill Co,,s6S.vei>th. Mub, M. B., 171 Main. J .... #-fl-, A Co.;"3J"'!'hlrd'.iM.,.. i .,u *ilh of T'-" J.porl< CuttiiiC Tt!Nuco. Clark, James, Thirteenth and Rowan. J.YJrOHB'D'RG, Va. Mafa<'""" of Armt.lead L. L. Oarroll J. w. stoRe, Jolin W. Tobatoo (]6t11Mi11ia Mt,tAallt. Nowllas, Youo2e< 411: Co. XI (). Scllubart H. & CO., Water Speocar, Broe. & Co., 75 Malden Lzoo SplapnJ, B. 411 CO<, B"riiAI Slip. 5pluoer C. H. U4 Water Greer's A.. Boos. Btt'Broadwa.,.. i Albrecht r, 18 Geraaa. ? 4!ofdW.A. 33 8outh. 1 D,....l W. nerth, H. C 81elo ok Co.L 197 J>uae. nw ARK.._ II. 1. Campbe11, & Co., 41!4 .Hroad. StnitOJJ & 5troha & 176 'P'ront. SoiiJIMIJcr 1: Hofmann,IIBMal4eas LaDe. Tal', Cbarle& F. & Son, 184 : C. a Co., 117 West Lombard ;Merfeld & Kemper, ut Loon bani Parlett 1!. F. & Co.. f Lombard. Paul 'Wm., 17 Roath. NEW IOLFOBDt Ot. P.eMrNd DHUr,, S11d-L1a/ ll&iW ORJ.EAJI''I, .J.a. Tallfeahont, F. W, 61 BI'Oa'l. Tbompeon J uocpb & (.;o,, 83 rront Upmann, Carl, ,..rlpt. ;B. M. o!t Co., .n B.....S. Zwel1 H. 148 Water. "L r. lleuene G. 55 B nulky, E., 143 Water Cattue Jolla, "7 Pearl. Flacbel CIJao. 1. lit Bro .,. .., Flscbcr, Frederick, 41 tiroa4 Gaqs, J. S.ol! SOD, 86'Wall. Kaha M. 1)1 Malden Lane Kellaad. P., a.S Water. Oobene Char..,. li'., 5 Br,..& ll&der M. & Son, 133 Pearl. Shack A 11'1 llai4" / Gil.-.,.. Parke, Wm. A & Co, 44 Broad. AI" for S.dnr T...,...,, '" Hoo A. & Ce. Liberty Lupdnrf S., 1,.S Wattr. We!U. Eller & Kaeppel, uo P-1 MJuofrUTITI of CIJ ... I. Bond1 Charles, 53 Bowery Broe. & Oo. 44 v..., Glaccum &. Scblosat:r, 147 ud 149 .A\ttorDey. Goadwlo E. W .. uli Frol)l, HarlconJ & Genbel, 86 Malden Lame. Jaco:S & Co:l -<.:hztb-Sq. A 5 & 7 !)oyer. Jc 1 S. 166 Yroet .kau n .llroe. & Bondy, 51 Mal4nl LaDe Xerbo Ia Spies, 55 Bowery LeVJ Jlro6, 70 & 1 Bowor:r Llcbt ... stelo A o10 Bro. 34 & 3X lloowefy Llcbteaateio Jbos. & Co. t68 Bow_,.. Jll.,.del .114. W. It llrn, sX Bower:r Neuboraer M. Is Peart N. y, Co-operative <.:!gar Manal'c Co., 19 West Huueton. Orper S. 186 Gre<111wlch,. Schwan hr, J 3 Howery. Beldeaberc Co. DeJ Sm.ltll. :M .... 11 Bowery Stacbel-....lf M. & Co. 157 Pearl 8traltoD & &term, 191 PeaT\ 8DtTo A Newnsuk, 76 Park Pia .. Taloel & -Rohrberg, 70 Park Plaee. Wauale1 & Haha, ago a 291 Bowery. .' MAuMIMrCI-.t"ft"-. Starr R. & Co. CaiYef' Dohan ol: 'l'al!t_, 107 .A.rcb. Bclwarda, G. w It Co., 6a North FronL iHeenlobr Wm. & Co' ., u.s South Water J Jd.c lJ.>...,II.Iol. E. & .Uo.,, ;w,North Water. )lleyeta C Rauda11, 259 Market 8anl } Blua1do 4. Oo., 32 North Wal:er. llcba.id< lfl.deil, 531Soalh Second. Sorver, Graeff &: Cook, 105 North Watet M. ro/Cp 11/4dUZ To/ tY.to. Veaa. Manioc& & Bro.: 100 P...t. 6! y....., Waller Friedman &: Freise. Peart w-1-. l!llo!r & Ka 14/ T-.--. .llrohA e1'.. 11 Van De-a, K. R. &: SoD, Bhll ----CJJ NEWYOH, WEDNEIDAY,JAN. zo, 1875 lEW IDIERT-TS THIS WEtL THIRD P.lOt. Sltaadea Sa!M.on )'lve 1o ..l A W .... '1 -Wanted. R.JM'!.T&:: t,.t...Uc1 '"": P. llcrftn ir Co., 4 1 Mew York TrlloMe 7k LeadiOJ! .Amertc.", No""papo;.. a&VKJITH PMIE C WcAiJ4Nwa ._, St., New York. NOW R ADY! ,. T:S: FOR 1874-1875. llost Complete ork of the kind ever Pu lished. M.FACTUREI'I [COLLECTION DISTRICT IMN. $4.00: By Mail, $4.50' "THE TOBACCO LEAP" PUB.C 0., IG :l"ultoa Sbaat, 1\T.)Y To the Tra.de in other Cities. The followiJ!g firms ha.ve to act as our agents sale of the Direc&ery in the cities Orden left with them will be filled at the rate of Four :Oollars per copy : CHIGA.GO. ADA :.IS & LEWIS, Tobacco Maoufactu,..ra' Atnts, l Lake Street. CIJii'CIJ!illr A. TI. R. MAL LAY & BRO., Wboleaa!e .Dealerslo Leal' Tobacco, 115 and u 7 Weat Front PHILADELPHIA WM. & CO.; Pu:kenand Deal.,. Ia LeAf Tobacco; Sosth Water Street. Pl'I"I'IIBtlRGH, MAUL & GROTE, Wbeleoale Dealen in Havana and Doeeotlc Leaf Tobacco, 374 Penn Ave. LOtlUIVILLE, J]JNGBLUTH & CO., General Commluloo Merchaqto and In Leaf 'foDacco, 33 'lhird Street. ST. LOlliS. C. A R. DORMITZER & CO., Commi .. ioa Men:haots aad Dealen Ia Leaf Tobacco, u1 and U3 Market Street. POSTAGE. BY A NJCW LAW WHICH WElllT ll!ITO 0-R..lTIOJii' OJii' JAIUYARY 1, 1875, WE ARIII l!JOW COIIPELLED 'J'O P.A.Y THE POSTAGE 11!1 ADV..lliCE Oll ALL COPIES OF "THE LEAF BENT BY tl8 TO Ot!R IUBICRIBF.R8. THEY BHO\JI.D, THEREFORE, BE RECEIVED BY THE LATTER ::&"::E'l.Ell!ll 011' CHARGE. JIO POSTlll.A.BTEB. HAl A'KY RIGHT HEB.EA.F'I'JCIL TO MAKE A. CHARGE FOR POSTAGE, A.Jii'D AllY OlliE D0111G 80, SH0t7LD BE RBPORTED TO 1111. AS WE lliOW PAY THE l"'OI'l'AG1111118TEAD OF THE IVBSCRIBEK, AI .FORJIERLY, WE HAVE ADpED THE AMOVN'l' TO Ot!R BVBBCRIP'l'IOIIi-PRICE,WHICH lll.A.KES 01JR P&E&EliT TEIUIS AI .FOLLOWS I FRED 'I[ DeBARY co., P & 43 WARREN-STREET, NEW YORK. SOLE FOR THE SALE OF THE EL PR.INCIPB DBI GALBS CICJ ... .- Kanufactw:ed at the KEY WEST BRANCH el the eelebratcd El Priaeipe de Galea Maoulactery of .AND IMPOIITEIIS OF HAVANA CIC:AIIS. ., A. D. ELLIS ALLBJ!:A. Fine-Cut' Chewing Tobacco, C. W. ALl-EN, 11, 13 & 15 vnfE STREET, CINCINNATI,. OHIO-Ofilces at 43 Biver Street, Chlcaso, &11d S. W. Corner Front &Dd Arch St.reeta, Phl.ladelphla. Tra.d.e o:n.l:;v KE"Y. WEST HA. V ANA-CIGARS: SEIDENBERG lr, CO., 4.;9 Proprietors oC th._ 19 Dey Street, New York, BSPANOLA FACTORY. KEY .WEST AID IMPORTED OIGARS, 26 Godar St., Hi\.l'IICOCK, TUBPJl' .. BR ... OJIE YEAR, SIX lll0Jii'TB8, T.C.WJLLUJIIS ... CO., R.A.PATTJIIRIIOIIA>CO., l'IIOLTIJii'G .. Bt!RTOllt t*.liO LIPIKJOJIB 41o DOWD, aad atller Faetoriea. "'10 -.Assorted Stock OJ'& Liberal Terms. Special Bfands for Owners' THREE liiOJITHii, ],05 1107 Jli'O PAPER WILL BE lENT WITH0l7T 011' TJiEIIE AIIIOUl!JTS, RECEIPT CHEERING PROSPECTS Defeat of dlc Oae Dlladred Dollar Tobuc:co Bill. It is probable, judging from the rumors 1hat reach us from that 1he last session of the Congress will be brought to a close any tion injuriously affecting the tobacco trade. Of course -on the pr!,,ciple that no man is to be called happy until he is dead-it is impossible to say positively that such will be the result, but as only some six weeks re main of the session, and as alL parties concerned-the President with the Democratf> and Republicans-unite in declaring opposition to an extra one, it seems likely that there will be no to enter upon s
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2 AN EXPOII.T BONDED HOUSE. WAllE"' 'l'OB.A.OOO MARKET. I DOMESTIC. Of the ten m1lhons etght hundred and tluny seven NEw YoRr.::, 7nrmaty 19, 1875 thousand eight hunored and twenty eight (Io,8J7,828,) Wesft:m Leaf-The market to have come to a complete stand sttll, the..., week's s.1les amvuntmg 1o po'tnds of manufactured tobacco, exported from the only I7I bhds, wnhout change in puces. United States m the fiscal }ear endmg June 3 I874, 1 l otwe'tiWg Lo observe, however, that the p1scatonal p IJ, tlie .. .._ a eotee bas so tlllprovedJn s to expect to the luxury if 1\'tiat USed to y, be again at tlie po t of du n a da OT two, when a but IS now known as "smbstdy,'1 br \\ay oi fosJermg a )letter e hibtt of transa,ct10ps under th1s head may be nursery for the manufacture of brave and sktllful mannposstlile ers who have to "go down to tlie sea u1 shtps.-' T .tr de--alfa 1 rs a R1chmond letter saysWI 1 U h. cl ...A "Our market IS qu1et, offenngs small, and p11ces firm 1y our mere 1a esp41 .a 0 ta os, .. rem H have al s id, 1 is pparent that a m attractmg to tht Cl y annually so a traffic as t stmtlar summing up wJ)u1d be appropna[e hete With indicated fi1 he a'flove figures, are compelled top ead: respect to Western leaf, there does not appear fo have year after year, unsuccessfully !or one of the most ar.y change smce our la>t reference to 1t. A dealer d ed l e state of 4he market as follows As yet In tspensable adJuncts of t uelr trit'de, a uule t at there IS no revival of trade, and there IS but httle mqu1ry tfle ordinary processes for the solution of There was some littl retail business, but as you see mental problems fro tqe sales of the month tlius far, there not much Here 1 s a great commerci domg, being up to ttda time smaller tban,[or a long or s 1 xth perhaps, 10 the list of great mterests for>whtch whtle. Pnces, are ell mamtamed. Because there 1s no hkehhood of a declme m pnces not Ne"; bu the ry at large, IS d1s-for the nexttwel or eighlpen mo ths, alld therefore, no tmgut .. Ied, whrcb IS as oompl tely or, what IS possibility of from further than to _say nearer the truth, snubbed, \\hen le.;slati and depart-traJe IS very qutet, or very oull, nobody m the tobacco mental favors are devised and parceled out a!' if it were trade feels constramed to mdulge m any special remarks a thmg of no value whatever, and a matte/ of no conseupon the prevatling apathy in trade r.lrcles. A!Jd ye!, It IS apparent that but fo.r the strength and encouragement quence to anybody whether 1t prospered or perished. denved from a contemplauon of the future, refiectlqns We have repeatedly attention to the necesstty upo the presentmertnessoftbe market, wou'd be much of providing an export bonded warehouse fer 'the more deprecatory than they are now. Trade ts dull of accommodation of the siltippei'S of and dealers in man!here 1 s no doubt; tt is dull every"':: here, in the aud m the cou.ntry, and in all branches of business, and ufactured tobacco in th1s city our own no exception to the rule; though it We have urged thiS not OD the ground of the convemost others tn havmg a better prospect for nieace of such aa instiluttton, but on the ISouad 4 its th maintenance of values tf not of acttvny. Why :rteoess1ty; nece!llity silllple and absolute; showing tliat bu.;mess should be so unsatlsfa,ctory when money is so w.llrout it our commission and shipp-ers plenty 1s a question for the economists. It would be 10_ 0 -re terestmg to know to what extent the bonded debt or the hiadered m the1r subJected to trouble, .nation 1 s chargeable with these oft recurring penods of ana &eqaently oblip8 to auiM.at to lolees, both frvm depresaion in commc:rc1al ctrcles. If all the milhooa failure to efft:ct transactions which otbenria c:oald be practically locked up by bu;nness men m tbe funds were read1ly consummated, and from rrclamati011s wllith as they used to before natjonal bless could netther lte previlc4 or prevented because o{ th"t ll!g lD the form of a national debt was in bust ueas enterprises, there would probably be a much better of to examme mstead o'f exh1b1t for the markets of the country. If lt were not salllples. ro easy to buy bonds, draw the interc!st m gold, J1 the lt j,. probable that neit er our Congressmen nor the cold at a pt"tdnlim for curftlncy. and then stt down to an twQ heads of our two departments of revenue are indole joyment ol lffe, a large number of first class busmess men now out of ade ould be l!ettmg of the opmton that tn th1s competitive age, tradesmen their Jaunualn1.eome from legi!lbrate I rid II), incieasmg caa ufely goods whtch they are not allowed the area of conunerce and trade, aud addmg to the to.aee, aa they mjg}l.t tf they were permitted to handle tal of the country. The time wa!, and that not long and scrutlmze what they wante before purcbasmg. ago, when a bond and mortgage investment in good real The bag with the pig in it is an aphonsm of the homeestale was thought about as g-ood a dsposltwn of idle d d r 1 d money as could be made by a capitalist, or any one bavma e km as ,amttar an as sound m the1r mtbds as m a J.ttle money to Joan But new, wtth good com tbe mmos of other people. And yet, with their laws mercia! pape11 seJlmg at four and five per cent. the man and their rulings they give u to ullderstand, that m wnq wa"llts to raise money on hood and 111ortgare secunty tbetr JUdgment it is quite lmmatP.rial whether tobacco" 1 s, finda J t an excet.dmgly ddli.cult matter to obtain what or IS not exammed, !Ike other commodities in advance he seeks. Cap1talU>t:s are ready, because roont!y IS plentiful to accommodate tradesmen who seldom need to of purr.hase. Proceedmg upon thrs theory, they comFel borrow at four and five per cent. while from those who the merc .hants and sb,tppers m thji clly to buy and bedo need to do so, !they exact ill the l way from eight to come responstble for, 10 all wars, not far from twelve per cent. and borrowers upon real estate they m1lhon pounds of tobacco per annum. reluctant to accommodate at all, for the reason that real In any otbit coun than our owa !luch a theory and estate, like ';> apparently unmmdful of -"'-- tbe fact that th1s depresswn 1s attributable for one tlung suob a tuetfce ld be descnbed as rdtotie or bar. to the paruahty sho n by them for Gove:Oment Invest: bane, accordmg as the mood of thecommentator was ments. ObJurgatory or apologetic All mdustnal are sufft:nng from th 1 s d 1 ver-As we wr1te a member of one of the largesf aTtd Ston of mone} fJOm mdustnal putsu1ts. The public debt t e old ady's stocking on a large scale :wealthiest tobacco comm1sston firm'Y Ill New York, or Sud Of ed 1 r d S 1 '.1se ea. some I ,2oo cases were sold the tates, o l serves to us-I have JUSt returnlast week, which IS a fa1r record for the"ttme. The dls-ed from Canada, \\here I wen to exam me some tobacco tnbullon was m kmd and pnce as follows. I So cases sbtpped thence from a R1chmo.1d factory, and which the r873 Connecticut wrappers .at 35@45c so cases I87o purchaser clauned w a s not accordmg to the sample do do at Io@nc; 100 cases 1873 Pennsylvama, run I r d mng at 20@2sc; Ioo cases I873 Connecticut seconds at Upon exammatlon oun tt was not hke the sample, 1o@I2c, 400 cases do Ohw, runnrng at and I paid four hundred (f4oo), for reclamation. 300 cases do W1sconsin, ruanmg at 8 ;( @ 9c; and Had that t o bacco been here m where it cases sundnes, at Io@ 12. P11ces are unchanged and could have been seen, tt e1ther would never have gone to Canada, or the purchaser w o uld have bought 1 t at hts bac1tvtty In Havana I d c e r,ooo a es at 4S@soc 1 u own nsk Here, m my 1an the same merchant bond and 8o@95c duty pa1d. conhnued, "I hold a pa,:Ier recently received from an Pnvate busttless correspondence from Havana has other place, to which goods were sh1pped by our o1rler been shown us which respecllvely as follows. "It fro01, factory, clatmmg seventy odd dollars m settiement as not ramed bere forstx weeks anJ the tobacco has b h I r sutf'ered co s1derably. If we s!Jould not have ram with of the d1fference etween t e qua 1ty q the sample sent 10 a weeK the crop "ill b" 11 b "d d .,. 1 1 1 a sma one, est es bemg and g o ods r e cetve 1ese unp easant rncrdents are poor in quality w1th leaf gumh1y sttcky a d 11 J n ye ow 1n occurnng contmually, and could all be av01ded, as could appParance. since our last. A moderate, steady eall IS the record of the several estaDllshments Vtsited by us, both domes t ic and imported. More than th1s IS not to be ex pected, and hardly that, with the m'!r:ury m the netgh borho:kl of zero, and c6risume1 s making fitful attempts at -d old a and dosed at In}.(. Fortzg" Exchan ge-Messrs. M. & S. Sternberger, Bankers, report as follows -Sterhng Exchange, on of unfavorable weather for cotton slupments m the South, remams scarce ; the rates keep up steady, but little IS done in it, Continental exchange also is very firm but quiet. We quote :-Bankers, nommal rates are 487 and for 6o daY.S and demand eliing rates {or 6o days, for dem d Com erclal, 6o dfysl Pans-Bankers, 3 days, 6o days, SI3%"; Commercial, 6o days, marks-Bankers, 3 days, 6o days, 951'8 Fre tghts-Me.f.srs. Carey & Brokers, report Tobacco. Freights as follows:-Liverpool, per steam, 35s., per sail, 30s. London, per sail, 30s Glas gow, per steam, 40s.; per sa,tl, 351! Dnstol, per steam, 45s. Ha\'Te, per steam, 40s.; per sail, 3os. Antwerp, per steam, 4us.; per sa1l, Jos. Bremefl, per steam, 47s. 6d. Hamburg, per steam, 47s. 6d. r .&.BTIGVI.Aa lVOTIGii. 1 Grotren of seed led tobacco eeut1onrd a,ainat acceptlJII tbe reported aales 1n>i uOUClODa of oeed leaf furailblq tile prices that shoulp be obUJne4 for t!>em at 6nt l:and, u thae relir in moot Inotances to old croP' whicJ. hue been held near!' a year, an4 the profit en which muot natiUally lftclude the Interest on capital Gro1"en cannot espeu el'eft In the cue of acw cropt1 to aeU them for the aame pncea u arc obt2med on a re-u.le ,hera. Of counc eYery re-aale muat be at ad n10ce, therafore me pnce obtau>able lrJ the ,,._,. will alway1 he eomehat lower tad our cuotatiaftla QUOTATIONS OF WHOLESALE PRICES. W61: M 0 0 .Assorted 2o @25 do C onn See d .. :it. on Sele ction s 40 @ 5 o d o do S"concls 25 l/0 @ 3 0 00 /Vt: : N y,,,. St.a:te-Crop 187 and 1 Stl New York Seed C onn FIIIrs 6J>@ 8 ...,..pper. 2S 00 @110 00 Runmng L otto r o @rs PE'Dn d o do do l1 f0@25 00 S el e ctions @30' Ohr d o d o do 17 a u 23 00 Oh..,_Crop 1871 and ,e7 2. C onu Fiil tjl' St. Ftllers 7 @ 8 wrappe r 20 OO:J30 00, ..Runnin,J Lots u>(@ 1 2 C ommon f"inrs 16 4'10@17 Of( St=1t!C:tlons 12 Cbereo'-ADd 8n::ee lG--Cfl@l._ Wucdn szn-Cro p S n t4ff-i\1accoboy 85@-OC Runmng Lots 9 tf1o R appee :E1e uch -1 00 \Vrappe r s 13 @2''.i S r.utt.:h & luody foot -85@ 90 C'orumf"n @ -66 EXPOR.'r Ql10'rA'riONS. A m oucau GeoU e m..., 1 o o Ctmneltelll & Mtus -Crop 8 70 L t cttnc,. Currency Wrapr,ers ro !@ A 0. S --@-1& Runn Dl{ Lots .. 9 @ 10 GtJld C on d:t-o Mass-Cro p 1872 an d r S 7 3 G C,. 4RO lb F rlten !. G 430 Hl """"" "8 ) P emuylvnnta-Crop 1 872 IJ & A '' 873 ltis net 2 9 h Runntng Lots. r (;. &I' 29Lf do do '" @ t S Wallis tx 400 l\la n e t !!9 P enn.rylf'anta-Crop 1873 14 @ r S 1 C yU..... ... 28 OA:t4--Cron 1872-73 'i'uurria" 2 o LINE -Lichtenstein Brothers & Co., I3 cases, H. Sell mg, 6 do E. fl,offman & Son, 40 doJ N. Lachenhruch & Brother, 7 do, E. Rosenwald & Brother, 16 do, Z Selhng, 6 do; L IS do. By NEW YORK AND NEW ,HAVEN STEAMBOAT LINE -Jo:!. )1eye 's Sons, 78 c?.ses, Palmer & Scovtlle, 30 do; A. L & C L Holt, 35 do; L & ;E Wertheimer, 48 do, Levy & 1 do, Bunzl & Donmtzer, 11 do, J L & Brother, 33 do, Straiton & Storm, 35 d o ; G. Bence, 20 do; London & Btdwell, I6 do; E A Haere, 4 do, A Cohn, I x do, Auerbach & : Mender son, 4 b 1les; Hermann Koop & Co, 35 cases, I7 casks. Dv T.HE OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP LINE -Jos D Evans & Co, 16 hhds; H Henwood, I7 do; Appleby & Helme, 2 cia, W 0 Smith & hhds, 34 trcs, ro hlf trcs, 30 qtr trcs, 12 e1ghth ttcs, cs mfd; Bu chanan & Lyall, 7 trcs; P. Lonllard & Co, 2 do, J. P Qum & C9-, 3 do, l'wneer Tobacco Co., 8 do; W E Duncan & Co, 8 do, C. E. Lee, 6 butts mfd, 4 cases do, 12 kegs do, 75 hlf bxs do, uS qtr bxs do, 303 cad dtes do, Martm & Johnson, 134 cs smkg, 9 do rnfd, I hlf case do, 35 hlf bxs do; Dohan, Carroll & Co., 32 cs mfd, 5 kegs do, 67 third bxs do, 8 caddtes do; H. A Rtchey, 10 cs smkg, I do mfd, 5 thtrd bxs do, I4 cad do, Bulkley, Moore & Co, 9 cs mfd, 32 cadd1es do, Arkell, Tufts & Co., 10 cs mfd, 5 three qtr bxs do; Jas. M. Gardiner & Co., 100 cs mfd, ro qtr bxs do, J. Ottenberg & Son, s cs smkg, r box ctgars; Allen & Co., ,p cs smkg; M. M. Welzhofer, 6a do; N. Wi!.e, ao do, H Goldwater, 2 do; E. Nathan, IO do; R. Lehmann, 6 do; A. Hen & Co I do: J B. Swezey, 4 do; L. Meiller, 8 do; J. Kaufman, 10 do; Thoa. J. Hand. do; A. & L. Wetss, 3 do; A Nuss, 9 do; J. Langsdorf, 2I do; E. Du Bots, 53 kegs mfd, Io qtr bxs do; A. C. Lamotte, so three qtr bl!"s do; Blakemore, Mayo & Co., so do; L. Htrschhorn & Co, I box cigars; order, 45 hhds, 2 cs mfd. CoASTWISE FROM KEY WEST -Pgars-Seidenberg & Co, 43 cases, Fredk deBary & Co., 24 do; H. Gaulhuer, IS do; McFall & Hogan, 1 do; tobacco-V. Martinez, Ybor & Co, I2 bales; Seidenberg & Co., I6 do. COASTWISE FROM FERNANDINA-E. Rosenwald & Brother, 30 cases. 1 BALTHfORE, 7anuary 16.-Messrs.Edward Wisch meyer & Co., Tobacco Commtssion Merchants, report Rece1pts of leaf tobacco continue light of all descrip twns, the mspectlons th1s week bemg only 200 hbds, but the market IS qtet but firm in tone, holders as a rule bemg mdtsposed to sell except at fair current rates. Pnces for all descriptions are however above the vtews of exporters, there is consequently httle selhng. Of Maryland we have no sales to report, worthy of special note, there is very little arriving. St ck m first bands small. Of Ohto we note sales of some I35 hhds to speculators at full pnces. The large destruction of to bacco by fire last week seems to have had little effect upon the market and there IS no quotable change to note in prices -Maryland, frosted, $6 50@7 5o; do sound common, 7@9.oo; do medmm, 8.so@9 so, do good t do, 9@10 ; do leafy brown, I0@13, do bn&ht red to yellow, 14.oo@18.oo. Upper Maryland, tips, 7.oo@9.oo; do brown to red, Io.oo@II oo; do yellow spangled, 12 oo@ 15 oo; do extra do, 16.oo@ 18.oo, do fancy, 20.oo@Jo.oo. Objfi!, frosted, 7.oo@ 'i so, do infer ,1or to good common, 7 do greemsh and b10wn, 8.so@9.50; do medmm and leafy brown, 9 5o@ I I.QO, do medium to fine red, 9 50@15 00, do common to medium spangled, 9 oo@r2 oo; do fine spangled to yellow, 13 00@30 oo. Kentucky, common tO go o d lugs, 10 00 @11 OOj do heavy styles do, II 50@ 12 so, do low to medmm leaf, 13 O(\@Is.oo, do good to fine do, I6 oo@i9.oo, do selections, 2o.oo@28 oo V1rg1ma, common to good lugs 9 so@I2.oo; do com mon to med1um leaf, IO 50@I4 00, do good to fine do, I4 so @ 18.oo; do selections, 20.00@25 oo; do stems and p n mwgs, 4@7.00. The tobacco saved from the late fire was sold yester day In bulk, ormging f.7 ,l60j tt was purchased Oil specu lat10n as no sales were made to tobacco manufacturers Inspected this \!leek 33 hhds Maryland, I53 do Ohw, 14 do Kentucky, total, 2oo hhds. Exported same penod l'e.r s"lea.mer Oh1D for Bremen, 388 tobacco, 67 cases s ee d leaf; 4 hhds tobacco to the West Indtes, and 7 do to Demarara. Tobacco Statement. Stock on hand m State warehouses, Jan. r, I875-----------------------16,627 hhds Deduct Joss by fire Jan. 6-contents of many other vexatious tmpedtments to our busmess, if Another w .uter say s-"! yesterday began to examme we h1d an export warehouse here We need a ware tobacco, but I so much trash that I thpught l could Runntog Lots. 111 "@t 2 f Z A 230 lbs 20 Ne1u 1872 and 1 873 'Mil'" ..... 20 RunmnK Lots 9 @u :.WR 118 :. wa1ehouses Nos. 1 2,764 bhds sooo pack up my tbmgs and r;o home. 1 saw fillers N e w Ym Inspected this week. . ----. 200 hhds IMPORTS. InspeLted previously, smce January I 2lS' hhds shtppers a re at the mercy of manufacturers, having to and such bru1.sed teal after dried is, as you know: depe'lld upon the1r sktll, fatrness and judgment, when at worthless. 1 he carrats get as bard as a stone m July and August. To day however l sa fi tile best tbev can have but an unperf<;ct kqowledge of ll d ;,_ b w some very oe .. vegas, e cure :nne rnmg, etc. t aeems to me what buyers want. that 1t Will be more d1f!icult to buy 500 to b 1 ._ I,ooo aes EDITORIALStnan tt was last year to buy three to five thousand bales. l!IIINO:.;t Of old tohcco there IS hardly any thtng here. The day MoRE V A1.UABU: THAN Got B.-:-It is said tha, t theJe .. day before my arnvallt ral!led very much here but they d d h d ., say they had none in the Vuei/a Aba;o. does not e1ght metals-m mm, vana mm, rut emum, rhc urn th t 1 d pa.lladmm, uramum, osm1um, and.md,mm-more valuabld come WI. 10 en or twe ve ay_s t will be agam a poor than gold, because oftherr sca-rctty. crop. 1 he present crop 10 the market is undoubtedly poor; as poor as I ever saw, the average but 1 STrttC TLY TEMPERATE.-H IS Jelated that there' are thmk the next w11l be better any how. The 15 three s1sters of Dubuque so set m thetr temperance pnn yet hot, and we have ha, d no 1north wmds. Most that they make the b1red g1rl smell the breath of wrappers uncured, red, a?d so on, and can every gentleman caller and report the result before ad; not be cured exct!pt by means. At filler prices mlltance to the parlor can be obtamed I would buy such wrappers along with the fillers, but at ; s 20 or even IS reals, tt would be a costly expenme t." SLOw PoiSONS -One Mr. Geo,rge Cabar, late of Pennsylvama, has exemphfied the life-shortening in ftueoce of tob;1cco and alcoholm departmg this life at 1he age of one hundred and eleven, after nearly a cen tury's mdulgence m thosesJow p01sorrs. I THE "SMALL PACKAIGE" -We propose next week, at the reque:st of several fnends, to devote considera b le space to tile "small package( question, taough not convmced tlhat the dtscusston wtll result 10 any ; thmg practical at tme present lime, at the close df a short session of Congress. Meantrme a Boston cor xespondent wntes "I :see your correspondent 'Roan. oke' takes umbrage at the acuon ofWest'l::1n manufacturers of fine cut des mng; to hold on to the present bulle package system. A s orne o f the first '' ho sold W esterJl fi,le cut 10 th1s m a rk et, I gtve ,my tesllmony, after ,four teen years' exp e n e nce, tlhat WesterN fine-cut packed ih bulk a standard art1cle but 1f small par.kages are to take the pl a ce of the present system, New Yo1k w1h aave the enure trade of New England. As 'Roanoke' quotes !Mt Schenk in favor of small packages, would mqmre, 1f ever a man tnerl to legslat.e on tobac co who sh o 'l\ed so little k'lowledge of1t? CoNSERVAnvi:, :BOSTON, 'Jtltl 16, I875 : Sull another letter to a c1gar tmportrng by stmliar courtesy shown us, runs thus The next w1ll be both' abundant and very fine. The manufac turers bemg Impressed With this fact have purchased moderately for thetr future wants of the present crop." It ts unnecessary to add that the dtfierence of vtew here md1cated IS due to the d1fference m the standpomts of the wnters. Manujartured-"fhe week has been quiet," ob.erved a partiCipant tn the transactions m thts depart ment of the trade, though I here was some Improvement towards the close. There was some mqutry for-amona other grades and styles-low pnced, sound II mcb, and a few sales of that class were effected The demand for export was extremely hght There are no s t ocks of I 1 mch here unper about 47@ 48c and some people st.ll want to buy for about 43c Manuiacturers here aurma the week say that bnght tobaccos are gomg to1be and h1gh." A Jobber remarked -"I thmk trade 1s generally dull though I have had a good week, whtch I attnbute to cept10nal caus es W htle m Vnginra a few days smce r received the 1 mpresswn from what I saw that manufac turers are afratd to make up goods lest they should not be able to get remunerative pnces, e s pe01ally for then The amvals at the port of New York from foreign 1 ports the w eek_ending.January I9, mcluded the fol 14,278 hhds lowing Clnsgn"!.ents: Less shipments (Maryland and Oluo), ANJLLA-0rder, 10 cases cigars smce January I ...... -.-.-. -. 849 hhds RorrEJtDAM-Carl Upmann, 67 bales tobacco. ----ST J AGo-Chas F. Tag & Son, 290 tobacco; Leavtng stock in warehouses I3,429 hhds A... S. & Co, 289 do. ; Manufactured Tobacco--Busmess conunues dull, HAVANA-fobacco: E. Spmgarn& Co., 32 bales, F. roce1pts and stocks light, but pnces firm. Exports th1s M1randa & Co., 66 do; M. & E. Sa1omon, 7I do; Strohn week, 2,204 lbs to the West Ind1es. Received per & Renzenstem, u6 doJ Jos. A. Vega, Ioo do; Jacmto Baltimore and Ohto Ratlroad from Danvtlle, Va., 234 Costa, 283 do, Rubira & Qo., IO do; Perea Brothers, cadd1es, 408 boxes, 227 thii'd bxs, roo qtr bxs and 21 28 do. C1gars: Jos A. Vega, I3 cases, Chas. T. Bauer cases; and from Lynchburg, Va., Sl> bxs and 36 qtr bxs, &: Co, 22 do; E. Spingarn & Co., I do; E. Pascual per Rtchmond and Norfolk steam.:rs, 297 pkgs. Brother & Co., 7 do, F. Garcta, 9 do; A. S. Rosenbaum CHICAGO, Janua'rJ I6 -Mr Henry H. Adams, of & Co, 5 c\o ; G. W Faber, 5 do; L & E. Wertheimer, Messrs. Adams & Lewts, Tobacco Manufacturers' 4 do; Chas. Lulrng & Co., I do, Howard Ives, 8 do Agents, reports: There 1s scarcely anything new to Jacmto Costa, S do, Rubira & Co., 3 do, W. H. npuce in the tobaccJ market, Trade m all branches is & Brother, 20 do, Acker, Merrall & Condtt, 14 do dull, cur cold spell" is upon us in good earnest and Pari. & T.lford, 37 do; J. Llera, I3 do. It ts one of the coldest we have expeJitenced for years. EXPORTS. Tbe effect bas beeu to put a complete embargo on all From the port of New York to foreign ports for the kinds of business except that wh1cb ts by week endmg January I9, were as follows. necesstty. There are but few merchants m town and 1ANTW.ERP-ISo hhds, a6,7co lbs. mfd then purchases as well as by mail have been hgL.t AsPINWALL-I20 bales, 5,382 lbs. mfd. m the extreme. Our people are m a measure through BELIZE-5 bales. with the holiday season and are gettmg down to bust, BREMEN-70 hhds, 55 do -stems, 185 cases. ness m preparing for commg seas c n There 1s CuRACbA-5 bales, 4,<>o3 lbs mfd evuy prospect of a good hvely trade. Me 1chants ia GLASGOw12 hhds. every hne of goods fed m the tile best of S J ints and HAMBURG-r 5 bales. begm to re a lize that m pomt of dullnes s the boltom has HAVANA-SO pkgs. b een reached and that from tlus tune forward the beam KINGSTON, }A -2 hhds, 3,68I lbs mfd. of the scale Will, tend upwar.d. The confiden 1 ly look I!..A GuAVRA-3 cases, 1,714 lb,. mfd. for tire c d mmencement of actlv ty in busmess m about LJVERPOOL-85 hhds two weeks and the we hope to h a ve repcrts of a more LoNDoN-1 ca s e m t erestmg oharacter t o make. Pnces remam firm but PotNTE-A-PI'IRE-5 hhds. change. SAGUA-LA-GRANDE-Io cases. CINCINNATI, :Jr muary 16 -Mr. F A. Prague, SANTE MARTHA-r 38o lbs mfd. -Leaf Tobacco Inspector, reports .-Notwllhstandmg SYDNEY, N S. W -16 hhds, 23,744 lbs. mfd, 20 cases the extreme cold and unfavorable weather for handlmg hconce paste. le a f tobacco, un "der an excited market, the offermgs at DOMESTIC RECEIPrs. auctwn durmg the past week have b e en quite hbt:ral, The arnvals at the port of New York from domesl!c but aiVJOSt t:ntirely of old stock of cuttmg leaf Price, rnterior and coastwtse ports for the week ending January have been of the most sat isfactory character, m fact for 19, we1e 363 hhds 62 trcs, 10 hlf trcs, 30 qtr trcs, I2 the l o w and conul'on sorts they approach the fabul o us. ... t at I 7 7 5 5 hhds Ohto seed at $9, 9 os, 10, 1 o.25, I0.75 10 cases Oh1o seed! fillers and bmders. 1 at $7.6o; 5 at 8.40@9 9o; 4 at Io@lx.. At the Planters Warehou&e, 66 hhds and 3'i boxes:-6s hhds Mason Co, Ky., trash, lugs, and' le;JJ: 2 at $u@I4 75; 34 at IS@I9.50; 17 at 2o.7s@z9; 2 at 30 33 I hhd Pendleton Co., Ky., at $' At the Mtami Warehouse. 70. hllds .. hbdS. Ma son Co, Ky., trash, lugs, leaf 2 at $9 25, u.zc; i 9 at IS so@I9'i0; 20 at :zo@:z8 so; I at 30. rs hhds Brown Co., 0 dts"tnct trash, lugs, and leaf 4 at $g@ 9 8o; 3 at 7 at 15@I9 25-; 6 at 20@20.50 ; 5 at 30 2 5@3o 7 5 IJ hhds Owen Co., Ky., trash, lugs," and leaf: 1 at 30; 1 at r7 75; ro at 24.75@29; 1 at 30 25. At the Globe Warehouse, 45 hhds anti 13 boxes:-20 hhds Mason Co., Ky, lugs, and lt'af; 6 at $16@I9 75; I3 at 21.75@28 25; I at JO.ZS 2 hhds Brown Co., 0., trash, lugs, and leaf: 1 at $14 75; 3 at I7@I9,75i 16 at u@z8.5o 3 hhds Owen Co., Ky, at $7o, I2 so, 2 hhds West Vtrgtma at $8, u. 13 boxes Ohw seed fillers, binders, and wrappers: 3 at $5.30@5 8o; 6 at 7 90 2 at 8 25, 8 50; 2 at 10.75 I5.25. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., January M. H. Clark & Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report: Our sales contmue tntling, only amounting last week 'to 5 hhds tobacco. We Dote no change in the market and repeat last quotations, wh1cb were for common 'lugs good lugs, common leaf. medium leaf, good leaf, I7C; fine leaf, '17%@19c; selectious, The weather been extremely cold, which stops all pnzmg operabons.. LOUISVILLE, January I6.-Mr L. Francke reports' follows:-The market dunng the past week has shuwn a firmer tone. New merchantable lugs are sell Ing at The sales for the week were 143 hbds, for thed 218 do; for the year, 6,247 do; last year, 5,5I3 o. e quotallons are as follows :-Common to fair lugs, light. 93-.(@ro, heavy, good and colory l1ght, ro@I4 : low leaf, hght, r:z@I3; medtum leaf, hght, I4@I6; good to fine leaf, light, 2o for cuttmg; redn'ed fillers, Ij'@2o. NEW ORLEANS, 14.-Mr. T. Greenfield Tobacco Broker, reports in h1s Circular as follows._: December 3.rst, r874 fimshed the most wonderful year ever known 1n the htstory of lis production, and as 1ts hke may never occur agam, it IS unnecessary to go into further detalls than to repeat the monthly quotations for the past year, whtch indicate the enornmus advances made, as speculators each successive week were strengthened in their belief that the crop wme in from the Inspecbon and hold for the mark" of stances. Hence the limited transactions of NQvember and Dtcember. V1stble Supply.-The table of stocks herewith shows on hand m the open markets of the world 104,824 hhds, add to wbtc h the amount afloat New York and New Orleans for the open markets of 7,253 ; stock ill Loutsvtlle Jan. I, 8,715 do, do m do I,794 do, do Ill Clarksville, do r 3 I 2 do; do rn C1hcmnatt, do 8,184 do; do in St. Louts Evansville, Henderson, Naslhville, Hopkmsv1lle, etc, l ,atest dates, 2,3!S4 do together, I34,466 hhds. I have left out the Balt1more stocks altogether (where 2,700 hhds has been destroyed by fire since 1st in t .,) because the est1mate of the World's wants, Maryland and Ob1o are not 1ncluded. Regre Contracts.-In 18 74 France and Italy adJUdicated contracts for about 12 000 and I4,ooo Kentucky respectively, deliverable' out of that years crop. France has received about 5, 000 hhds, and It 1s believed the contractors have paid forfe 1 t on the remammg 7,ooo. The Italian contractor has bought about 5,ooo hhds, and as by the terms of the contract there ts no forfeit Tubaccu or blood" b'< wtll have to furnish the balance out of the vtSJbl; sup ply lor 187 5 PADUCAH, Kv., January 9 -Messrs M. H. Clark & Brother, Leaf Tobacco Brokers, report :-Our sales thiS week were r I 1 hhds. The market was strong showing much ammabon, and all graeles were rathe; htgber. We quote commo10 lugs at good lugs, n@uc; common leaf, medmm leaf, I4@rs%c; good leaf, I6<@17c; fine leaf, The recent cold snap delays the arrivals of new crop on the market, which would find a good :Parket. There is some leaf m the new crop, but fancy figures 0\re expectec.. for 1t. RICHMOND, January I6.-Mr. R A Mtlls, Tobat:co Broker an_d Commission Merchant, reports: From the figures g1ven below It will be seen that the transactJons tn our ll,larket are very mstgmficant and hardly worthy of note. Below I gtve the transactions and contmue qu0ta11ons. Recetpts .... ... -.. ---.. _. 2I9 pkgs. Inspections ------.. . ... 286 pkgs. Sales. .. I65 pkgs. !>ehvenes --------------. .... 224 pkgs. m Warehouses ....... ------4,o6r pkgs. l:slack lugs, very ___ 8y."@ Black lugs, medmm to good ______ Jo Black lugs, exsra ______ B i ack leaf! common.-------.q Black lear, medll!m Black goo d .. Black leaf, fine ___________ B lack leaf, ex tra .. -----------------I8%@2 o Bnght lugs, .Io @I3 Brtght lugs, medmm to good---------I4 @22 Bnght lugs, fine @35 Bnght lugs, ex tra Bnght leaf, common to medlum JI @I3 Bnght leaf, good to I3Y.@I7 Bnght leaf, extra fillers _____________ @22 Bnght wrappers, __ @zs Bnght wrappers, medium t'? good ---- 27 y. @4o $QO WILL BUY A FIRST MORTGAGE PREMJUM BOND OF THE NEW YORK INDUSTRIAL EXHI,BITION bi York. 3d Premium Drawing, March : 1875. Every Bond ,. I

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I '\ JAN. 20. THE '.1\0BAVCO LEAF, I Bnght wrappers, fine----------____ -45 result, the latter supplymg the former that strength commencement of tton up to the last day on destroy the plant, otherwtse he would much prefer to Bnght wrappers, extra.-----________ So @ISO wh1ch 1t has m part lost from age. Exchanges-Owmg whtch the young shoots taken off, the leaves were sow before the monsoon, and to plant out 1mmed1ately Mahogany wrappers, common to medum IS to the news JUSt rece1ved of a change of Government m cut, strung and exposed and manl!factuied mto after the rams In Austraha and other countnes he Mahogany wrappers, gcod to fine __ .25 @40 Spam are completely unsettled and cl se weak and de tobacco. The leaves so left a white ash when sa1d It was usual to protect the young seedhngs'from the MahOJi::any wrappers, extra. ___________ -45 @6o chnmg at. London 6o days, 128@ I32 per premium' burnt. In the m the same year, effect of heavy r.ains by covermg them with calico spread FRANCISCO, 7 _The Commercuzl Parts 6o days, Io3@105 per premium Hamburg 6o cheroots were made ves, and were proon poles, but he was afra1d th1s wbuld be useless m Hc ld t ti II ws -=-A sale of 125 bales Havana days, 96@97 per poremtum New York Currency 6o nounced better than made from leaf of any Madras. Instead of planting an beds and after 5 th rust, at s L Jones & c$ s days, 83@86 per premiUm, New York Currency 3 days, other fore1gu sort. W cheroots of European wards tlansplantmg mto the field, he found 1t a good consstmg 0r wrappers, bmders and fillers; particulars 87@90 per prem1um, New York Gold 6o days, IOI@ consumption, the cheroot of this d1strict are 1n plan to sow at once in the field. In a dry bot season below We have at present notlpngnew to remark con1<13 per premiUm; New York Gold 3 days, I04@Io6 the hab1t of washing the Lunka tobacco h1s plan has many advantages over transplantmg, but cermng the trade demand for VITglma manufactured, per premium, Spanish Doubloons, 1o3@ro4 per cocoanut water, in order to the there 1s alwaya a feat waste of seed, and It 15 difficult prices same as for some time past We chp the followmg premum. pungent flavor of the tobacco! Lunka tobacco IS also to raise such goo plants as when th.: plan IS from the Sacramento Rmmi of the rs January, gtvmg held not to be fit for cheroot-makmg until it liaa been adopted. The produce was carefully tested and analysed the tobacco y 1,ld an Cahfo1ma m 1874 by count1es BB.ITUJHOFFIOIAL B.EPOB.T UJ?Oli kept a year, when Jt 1s weh mellowed and has Its best by Mr. Broughton, and the results appear m the follow "From the bl obtainable mformatlon, we are enabled TOBACCO PB.ODU'CTIOl!f. ftavor Sh1rat teed, tned m the Co1mbatore d1strict 1n mg letter from Mr Robertson to tbr Board of Revenue, to present the fol!o'ltmg statement of the yeld of the I867 by ryots, turned out well, but was considered too dated February :zo, 187:z: tobacco crop m I874, Alameda County, Ioo,ooo pounds; Tolleeee Ia la4Ua. weak m fiavor to meet the tastes \ '?f the people generally ... I have the honor to observe that the tobac Latle, 6o,ooo do; Los Angeles, Ioo,ooo do ; Santa Bar( C.nlinrud.) Seed of th1s kmd succeeded, as i:lld Oh10 and 'Virgm1an cos grown e>n the best soils of these farms were iecently bara, 70 000 do ; Santa Clara, includmg San Benlt.,, Tobacco s said to have been mtroduced into this seed n the Madras Collectorate yn the same year. In analysed by Mr. Bro11ghton, and the resu ts, I regret to 8oo,ooo do; Santa 70,000 do ; San Mateo, 40, 000 country about the year 1605, dunng tile retgn of J\kbar, some places tlie people preferred the produce to prove most concl 1ve oblCC'o of good qual do-total, 1 ,24o,ooo pounds." At auctiOn, Havana leaf and Its cultlvatwn speedily spread over the entire con-own md1genous kind, and made pi:' paratJons for further can not be produced l>n either farm. The followmg sold at 6o, 90 and 120 Clays in 8111alllots, say 7 bales at tment At the present day, every dtstnct grows more expenments. In the Com bacon dlistdc:t in 187o, letter, addressed to me by1 Mr Broughton, $r OJ@ r.u; 14 bales, 9095c, g2 bales, 8o@88c, 2s or less tobacco; and besides the fields m which the toShtraz seed sown m December m earthen pots germretus tt those tobaCCO& 1 'I have tested all the sam bales, 1 he exports were 22 cases te>bacco, bacco grown for sale 1s culuvated, every v1llage qas 1ts freely, but only a small propo\tion of the plants pies of tobat:co-Manill& cured by drying process and 7 do to Honolulu; 3 lhhds tobacco to Austra!ta ; particular patches of tobaccp growmg as a garden crop, survtved. In forty five days these were four mches Dmdlgul country curea The ash of former con 10 cases tobacco to Tahiti, 1 cases tobacco, 1 case along wtth the cult1vators' tR perhaps the high, each beanng four or five leaves, the country but o 6 and the latter _o 67 per cent. of potaswc cgars to ,VicU>na, and u cases cgars to duna. only pieces of!and wh1ch are ever thoroughly and suffi tobacco takmg only thtrty days to rlaacb tb1s atage. carbonate. Thts ts qutte fatal to. f!Uab'Y of ST. LOUIS, 13 ...!.Mr. J. E Haynes, dealer c1ently manured-v1z., those m the 1mmed1ate yicinttY The were transplanted m twa plots, and at tobacco, and I atD QWle of opmton the s01l of the 10 Leaf Tobacco, reports _The weather smce our last of the village Repeated and persistent efforts have first were watered da1ly, subsequently 10 three or netghborhooli of .Madras can scarcely be made to prohas been 50 cold as to curtatl receipts very matena1Jy1 )>een made by the BntJsh Government Stnce I786, when four days, the crop m one of the plots W'Jl cut m e ruduce tobacco oF goOcJ qualtty. Tlie formf 1spec1men ts an4 the demand 'has abo been influenced somewhat bv Colonel Robert Kyd, m htS' letter proposmg tl:e estab ary, that m the other m March, the total pr(Jnce amount> well gt:own and seems carefully cure&: The mcotJne the weather Destrable tobacco m full hogsheads has llshment of the Botanical Gardens at Calcutta, referred mg to two pounds three ounceS', the largest number of bas not been estima-ted, as the data giVen 3 Stgns of Malurtty -When the plant!t are four months old the leaves begm to be covered with round patches or spots, each about the s1ze of a p1ce About the fifth month, as these red spots snow themselves all over the leaves, md1catmg that the plants are ready to be cut, the plauts are for the last time watered the day before they are cut down It is said that th1s Is done to prevent a bitter taate betag Imparted to the cured leaves. (to be >: A Gooo SHOWING-LEA) ToBAca> Exl!oRTJID.--Ac cordmg to the Bureau of Statisttcs, the leaf tobacco ex ported from tbe Umted States iu the fiscal year enhng June 30, 1874, amounted to 3181097,804 pounds, valued at f,301399,r8I. Lovx AT LONG RANGL-At t:be German lleformed Chwch, at the corn r of Nl Orcqa{!i Streets, yesterday a ternoon, remarks a Cmcmnatt co,temporary, there was 1n mterestmg marnage ceremony, the parties to the contract bemg Alexander Franz Zur Hosen, of SL Petersburg, Russ1a, and Epstein, diugbtec of Dr Ephraim M Epstem of this c1ty The a dashmg fellow, traces h1s lmeage back to the sturdy mercantile nob1hty of Holland He 1s a man of wealth and coaducts a ftounshmg tobacco trade m St Peters burg As to the woomg there 1s a Jude btt of romance. In an album a:t the house qfsome o the Epsbem relatives m St Petf'rsburg, the young merchant saw a phetograph of M1ss Sarah. In a twmkhng qf an eye he fell m love, and expressed an ardent w1sh to see the ongmal. Correspondence followed, photographs were exchanged and about a year ago M1ss Epstem mad!f a v1s1t to Russia were arranged, w1th the result above stated. The bnde and groom lea\>e for New Yorlc and wtll thence JOUmey to St Petersburg, ,wh1ch c1ty they wtll make their home. B.em.o:.ral. NEw YoRK CtTY -Lederer & Ftschel, dealers m Seed Leaf and Havana from 22 eedar Street to :n3 Pearl Stre.ot nevertheless been salable at full pnces, whtle mfenor to the Improvement of tobacco as a desirable measure, leaves to one plant was efght, the smallest four conclusiVe. I should be glad to learn the mode of cui lots, and boxes and casks have been !ower to sell. On and by European bodies and mdiVlduals, to 1m prove the The culuvallon and preparation of the tobacco wa ttvatwn and subsequent tr atment of the tobacco when Friday, the m arket was acttve and strong for all grades quahty of the produce and fit 1t for e to the Euro conducted accord ng to the method observed m the convement The tobacco resembles a good deal that Sales 24 hhds 1 at $7 00 (trash), 8 at 8@8 90 6 at pean market. The earhest expennl< nt of 1!)1P?rtance case of the md1genous kmd The y1eld generall,Y wa, which I received from the Agn Horticultural Soc1ety of 9@9 70 4 at ro@to 75, I at 11 00 11 at 12 so, 12 75; was made under the orders of the Court of Dtrectors of found to be somewhat smaller than that of coun ry to Madras, butts much better cured Tile aame care m 2 at 13 00, and 4 boxes at g 6o@9 30 Bds were re' the East Ind1a Company m 1829 Some Maryland and bacco One authonty wntes -" On the "hole, I another dtstnct would most probably ptcduce a tobacco 1ected on 4 hhds at 7 .so@IS 2 s Yesterday's otfenngs Yrgm1a seed was sent out, accompamed by a paper by have no doubt that Havana tobacco wtll grow 10 this of go.Jd qua!tty The above results ate qu1te supported were small and generally poor. Lots 10 boxes and small Captam Bast! Hall descnbm&" the VIriJma mode of country, just as it wtll in Germany. but 1t does not by by the smokmg of the tobacco I have no doubt that hods or tubs were lower, yet the market was _for culture The tobacco grown from tht.ot seed was proany means follow that the result will be Havana c1'ars the tobacco sent would be gladly smokeotash by manurmg,; tHe cost ol: the HAVANA, F. Berndes Sr, k Co, TobaccQ ... FOREIGN. of tobacco from G uzerat had fetched m Londo:a 6d a the culture fan be confidently recommended to the carbonated potash needed would far xceed tl'le value an(l Comm!Sston Merchant,a, diSsolved, .Mr J. F. HAVANA, :f.an11ary "I.-Messrs. J Berndes & Co pound, being a penny hgher than any Amencal\ tobacco nat.ves. they have no taste for expmwunlmg, and of the lli.nd. But'1t IS not only in potas salts diat these Sr., retires the bus 1 ness wiil be contmuea report as -Tobacco-Takmg the past month as These and some similar samples, however, were excep-I thmk tt ma;,y be a mistake to I!Wtte them to attempt sotls are so defictent, for they are lry poor 1n under style of J & Co a whole, we can report no Improvement 10 the actiVIty of As a rule, Indian tobacco was found not to be 1t, until the i>fssibthty of success bas been fully demonphosphene acd, soda, and all the m re ou r market :during its course. Orders conturue unworth purchase m the London market. When It was stratec;l: elsewnere, since a failure, through Ignorance or gredtents of a ferule soil. An ellih usttng system .A.d usually scarce m additiOn to which the leaf 19 hardly found tha thts Guzerat tobacco was so well thought of, mistake, m1ght seuously endanger the mtroducuoiL.of culUVation conuoued for _years a.., these sells, aa on 'V..-, ... rured as yet for export Crop prospects.an expenmental exportation was made. Th1s was a what m1ght otherwise be successful I may for mpst-of the !tght soils of Southern India, produced w; J HOODLESS c. E TATLOP Our adv1ces from the growmg d1stncts report sattsfaccomplete fatlure, the tobacco was badly cured, and the the 1nformauon of others who are making almost perf-ect exhaustwn, any rate in the more valu- Latot<>r Keotu<:kJ' tqHly on the condition of the commg cro.p up, to date, invoice dtd not pay The general complamt agamst the culllvatton requres a certam amount of care when able elements of plant food, rendermg maby of the sotls J I BMDI JIIS3 Rr fiO particularly m the Vuelta Abajo leaving us the hope of lndtan tobaccos bas been that they are either rece1ved the pla.nts as the so1l must be kept most unable, excepting when beav1ly and thoroughly I ... VU llfl Ill, ll ., an abundant growth of good quai tty 1 f\Vecan only count IJlObldy and fit for nothing, or so hgh-clned and lmttle and nothmg more. Mr. Wh1tesde tells me, tkat covertilled, to produce any thing better thap the low type of 141'JOJAL TOBACCO lJSPJCTIOJ, on good weather and seasonable ratn.s The want of as to be fit only for snuff. That these defects can be mg over the }Oung plants with tatues and cocoanut crops generally culttvated. Under thc!se circumstances the latter, however, whtch 1s begmmng to make itself remed1ed, and that Indta can produce tobacco of tbe lea\ es, and watenng them, so that the m01sture may I can not recommend the Board to go to further expense Receiving IG Forwarding Wa.r&_., felt all over the tobacco d 1stncts of the Island, gves best quahty under proper condat10ns of culttvat1on and graduallv dtp through, IS a very successful plan The m attemptmg to culttvate hgh class tobaccos t e foot of Van Dyke and Partition Sts.', Brookfyp. soffietent cause for apprehensiOn as to the future, and preparation, wll become suftictently apparent from the soil, also, should be decidedly ncher and supenor to the Madras farms. The crops grown were m appearance ti Btll all J.obacc o care Nationallospecboo our op1010n, based OJ) ompetent authonty, IS that wllhfacts stated 1n the ollowmg pages, m which 15 gtven, for usual class of' dry' lands Ants are also very iOund of all that be desired; they were manured very h1ghopf'tc&so-Jili wunam st, x. y,1 Partl-lt., out abundant by the mtddle of the present each provmce separately, all the useful wformat10n I the seed, so that 1t ought t9 be sown m boxes or poets ly with manure ncb m potash salts and other feruhsmg .... month, the ma1onty of our fields now so full of promise havt been able to gather coanected With the production raiSed from the ground." The Board of Revenue, on matters, but analysiS proves most conclustvely that the _Foa SALE. 3o,ooo pounds Pennsylvania Seed Leaf Tobacco are hkely to rece 1ve an IrreparaBle check. Such an of tob.tcco and Its preparation for the consumer receiving these reports, consulted Mr. Robertson, tobacco is of nD u.rr fior tile Euro{Jean market, anp It is Soo-Pennsylvania Seect c'e'". alo finer grades, b1 T P d f M d fi S S ScHoK&CK, LARC:Asrs Co :PA event would destroy all expectations of our crop provmg he res1 ency o adras stan s rst m order, m Supermtendent of the Government Farm at 1-{adras, on produced at IDo great a cost for the native market We 3t (Via Reamstown Soatoon Readong and Columb1a R R l supenor 10 quahty to that of 74 while tt might even fall regard to the development wh1ch th!' tobacco mdustry subject of the cultivation of tobacco. H1s opm1on can, however, m the ordmary rough way, with plenty of HAVANA L OJ J E RY Q F CUB A. short of this standard. In the Vuelta AbaJO part of the has taken, and 1t1s also the only provmcc of Ind1a, the was that the qyesuons to be mvestigated organiC manure, at a profit an abundance plants have been cut m the d1stncts of Paso VIeJo, San tobacco of which is commol'lly consumea (m c heroots) were as yet-" more phystological th ... n agrisuch tobacco as 11 generally sold in the bazaars. The Juan y Martinez, and R10 Hondo, but th1s leaf cut dur by Europeans. The exports of tobacco from Madras cultural. As agncultunsts, we can w1th ordmary new farms will, I hope, afford iac1htles tor the expen mg the drought will hardly possess the quaht1es of Tem were valued m 1871-72 at five and a half lacs of ru sktll grow large crops of tobacco; but we can not be so mental culttvatton of tobacco, and I wo,J!d, tobacco, whtle m v1ew of the lateness of the season pees Of thts amount, only about a lac of rupees sure that the manufactured article w1ll possess a value suggest that further expenments should be, postooned 1t IS doubtful if any of this class ofleafwtll be harvested represents the exports to other than lnd1an ports, and equal to the cost of Its production It has been ast:eruntil they are estabhshed In my tours over In the Parl!dos d15tncts, the keavy sot! makes the want the largest proportiOn of th1s went to Maunt1us and tamed by analyss that the best tobaccos con tam very these htlls, the N eilghernes, I have seen many tracts of of water still more severely felt, and without t1mely rains the Stratts. The export's to Great Bnt1an were mstghttle albumen and mcotme, whtle the bad smelling and land on whtch tobacco might be expected to thrive, the verY little can bp hoped for from th1 s locahty. For 11ificant. Large quantltttes of tobacco are annually bad-tasted tobaccos contain a large quantity of bQth, soils are nch m potash, and the chmate seems more rebons already detailed 1n our last issue, a small yteld sent from the Easlern coast from the port of thus, Maryland and Havana tobact:os corltam scarcely favorable for cunng operations than that of the low 1s all tbat can be looked for from :R.emed10s. Th1 s 1 s ConnJi::a, to Burmah, where the tobacco ts manufactured 2 per cent of mcotme, owhtle :French and German to country" now still more likely to be the case both owmg to the mto I be Burmah cheroots so well known m a. The baccos con tam as much as 8 per cent The questiOn to I subJoin some accounts of the ordmary l'latlve want of rains, wb1cb IS felt severely there, as also from tmportli of tobacco mto the Madras Presidency m the be deterrmhed 1s how to grow gQ(Id tobacco, rather than metheds of cultivation and cure practised m the .Madraa the fact that the Veguero can oot pay proper attention sa1ne year ( 1871 72) represented a value of a htt!e how to grow tobacco. The mvestgatlous ,to be made Presidency:- to the:cult1vation of the1r fields ether m these d1:.,tncts over l!o,ooo rupees The 11vera'ge se!hng pnce of are too fD1DUte for any but those wlro have been used to CuDDAPAH -" Mussal" land IS sa1d to be the best or those of Quemado de Giiines, Yara, or Gtbara, hav tobacco In Madras has been for some t1me past at the such mvestlgatlons, It would be perfectlv useleat to turn for tobacco The land should be neither too ing to.unll:e wth the Gove.-nment agamst the Insurgents, rate of two seers .of (2 7.( lbs. each) per rupee, a higher them over to aby other class of men." The Board also dry nor too suff and clayey. The so1l should be hght tlireatenmg them at all the abeve pomts Pnces rate than that wh1ch1t obtams m any other of. consulted Mr Brougllton, Qumolog1st to the Govern wllh a sub so1l of cla) ey loam The nchest loam IS naturally have not as yet opened nor are they likely to lnd1a wtth .the exceptiOn of M ysore. The chmate of ment at Madras, some of whose analyses of vanous satd to conduCe to a gobd produce, though lighter do so 'llntil we -em esllmate more accurately the ult 1 mate the Presidency 1s particularly well surted for tl'bacco, kinds of tobacco grown In India Will 'be founa frther in some parts are SUited to luxunant growth. res"lt of the c;:rop. Vue)f.o Abajo.-Rece1pts here dur and 1t ts remarkably good in many Io<:ahties, notably m on. His opmion was stroq&ly corroborative of Mr. Lght and loose soils 'faCiht!.te the descent of the root. mg December amount to about r8,o57 bales; arrived the 1slands m the delta of the Godavery, where what IS Roberuon's, and he pomted out that the cultivation &f Immediately after the setting in of the penod1cal rains, previOusly about 81',9r7 bales; a total ot 99,974 bales called "Luoka" tobacco 1s excellent of 1ts kmd At tobacco 111 a sc1enttfic pursYtt m France, under the t e about the months of June and July, the land IS> well Cerman Co_vernment Lotteries. SAXs>NY, BRUNSWICK & HAMBURG. Oae Pn&ela. Averareproved, which foLlow descnbe the ftuences. Some intelligent ryots take care to heap up thiS cla&s only some 6oo bales have been d1sposed of for 1866. The Sh1raz kmd was grown for It seeded results obtamed by essr&. Robertson and Broughton. closely and compactly, ILnd every day throw on the export at from S38@45 Gold per qtl leavmg a fa1r stock luxunaotly afer attammg upwards of five feet m hetght. The analyses of t e latter gentlemen are specially deheap the unne of the cattle, and sometimes the wash on the market, held at same pnces. F11ler" of low The West from thetr own seed. They afte;wards well-dreslied fonnanure, and aaam. deepq flock of sheep or goats, generally about 4,ooo head to qualil>:-.l Low fillers we quote $32@36 B1lls per qtl served a large Orled clpra lilao bOar am f he \ od b ood b k a-Revenue tax of per M CO be paid 1>,-atampo at tbe Cuatum "-"" o t comwg crop are as yet m erately promising. to e g ut too wea m ..... vor to meet the taste seed was sown m tJ begmnmg of January three hnes lo ass1mtlate the &beep manure with every part of the tRevenlleActh3) :Yf,l'a-There hne been 110ld on this market some the people generally. Shmiz seed tned m the MaJura of seed bemg sown. long each bed, 1t w.:.s sown very land, the soil bemg turned up to the depth of SIX or xoo bales for export oa priyate terms, of the best of the dtstnct failed, "probabty because the chmate was too carefully and ust c ered With so11. Usually ouoce seven mches. The eartn ts then smoothed and levelled: oamelun1oltobaccomadetntblsoantry.., ... tbepald Thetoh cco-.t b I e.y v G b d r t.. It h j..l b b d h I d d m d I. d h If a.J&abepackedaccodn&"totheregulationi&"OVertllD&tobaccoma.dt: 74 crop some soo more a es o. ara, Ieana, 1 ara, ry .or 1 s ou e rem em ere owever, that of seed is enough to produce safficient wants The folloW1a; ays r s are rna e wu'+ n ges a a etc. could still be had m Mazamlto at Shiraz tobacco has 1ts h;tbtlat m a very and chmate, and for an acre of land, ut m this mstance no special care yard dtstant from each oth r. Th1s 1s effected by what qtl G1bara.-We contmue to quote nomtnally the cause of fa1lure IS to be sought elsewhere. And 1t was taken to regul e the quantity sown to the at:ea to ts called a three-toothed barrow, the space the @18 Gold per bale although no transactiOns have suemay be remembered here, once for all, that all the rebe planted After owmg, the beds were covered wtth teeth being shut up wtth a rope tie ceeded to that of r ,ooo bales reported m our last. Bass.corded falures of expcnments made in India with exotic palmyra lea 1es, and water was supplied by means df I,.,iiJIIIiMI andPianltngThe beds between the ndges Unchanged: 1st f,r 2ds 7i 3ds 4"' paper per too ttras seed may generally be attnbuted, not to chmate or other watenng pots untll fhe plants appeared above ground are then &ooded to about two or three mches h1gh. As Cgars-We have Ol1s month to a stagnat100 natural causes, but etther, first, to seed wh1cb, from long The palmyra leave were then removed, and the ground the moistu.re reaches the land, tobacco seedijngs llu lolratt.w 15 PUBLISHED IVDY KCDLlmtG BY THI tOBACCO LUr PUILIJlYIG OOIPANY :I.U .Pulkm. Street, New Jlork. more complete if poss1ble than that nouced 10 our !all or careless has lost Its VItab,ty, or to mismanage-keprwet by allowm water occasionally to pass down m a separate plot of ground are then transplanted on llfre\llar m agars of the '74 leafi our market ment of some kmd m th conduct of the expenment the mtervenmg cha nels. Tbe ground carefully both s1des of the ridges, a distance pf about half a yard ... :a-in ... v=!'= tlrely bare o{ orders for thiS class. On the d The followmg IS the account gtven of the detatls of the weeded and ,kept d mp until the plants were about four bemg between each plant and all round It "" All....-tsinlt'medium where tt to deoirod to r""" tile Clpr .. there has been quite an enqutry of late (or cgars m e expenment made With Sh1raz seed m the Ktstna Lunkas tnches hgh, 'when t a few dayswater was very The nex tlay water Is let into the lands After tw
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\ I 4 \ I '"\ '. I t JAN. 20. BULKLEY MOORE & CO. Betl'? Malden and Barll.nlf Slip, 1'1 E VV 'YOmr. V I R p I N I A TobaCco, lcolnlnission' Tobacco commission lllerchant .-n JOHNSON, 1 I ., I L 0 Rt.. F'ORMAN. M. J. DOHAN. ''. TflOS. CARROLL. WM I' WICKE . B AI .cARROLL : .... 00 I ., ,, J 55, 159 &. 161 I )66 W'ATER STREET, AGENTS FOR THE OF ALL '1'HE K'. Y. Comm.fsdon lAD STANDARD BRANDl-OF VIIIINIA A NORTH 8AftOUNA MANUFACTURED & SIDliNG TOBACC-OS .. -Commission .,.. Merchants, .. J STREET .. j a a.Jioz 431& C7 cue, .. to number otc-&ate. I. B.-WE ALSO SAMPlE IN fi1ERCHlliTS' OWN STORES. F. q; LINDE tc 1&11 Water lltreet. aoe ,., 188 Po mill. Water, 173 Froat, 7&, '78 4 78 G.--wtell IJUoeeu, aad i., ll&U Road Depot, Bt .J<.hno Park. -,. _._. r 1iu,r., Me f@iACCO TOBACCO INS.PECTION, 155 WATER STREEl, 127 & _129 IIllER STREET. 'York.. TOB.AC0 0 LABELS For .Smoking and Manufactured Toba-cco,: FURNISH&D liY 1111' BATUB LITBO&BAPHI.C COMPANY, LITHOGRAPFlERS, .. u fi & 34 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. .....__.. GUIDO H&tTitBNiioTBIN. -smllll & hts; iD ALSQ DP..AL&!tS _IN lD'OMESTIC ,.. I 88 II&ROAD STREET, NEW 'IO;ax. D. J. GARTH, &: c;o.; (Succeswu to CHAR Las B. F At.LE JI!flT!ti M & J C9.,) Coir.mission NO. 44'BROAD S'"f.,;.' NEW YORK, Xo. 52 Broad Street, NEW YORK. f" FA.rMAX &; CO., JOSEPH A. VF.GA., ltittton and TobaCC(J IMronn 01' I Factors, -II a v aD a Tobacco MID COMMISSION M'JRCHANT} '72 BROAD STREET, C I C A;-R 8. I ..... \. 1VEW VOKII lS'f P!l \B!. STnl!l!f, Olr TOU: This lmpn,.ed Macbine for cuttiu"' 'Tobaccn lY cx 'Iritis &Ideo at r\a'bt Tht1 macldoe wUI cut anr kind f tobacf'.o. and. cut it prerrecu,. Plur. Tw1st. Perique in Carrotts, and &tiJ similarly liard pn.P'I(ed t<>batooo can be cut in lard 1tate, wit bout any caslug .or Any other m.oiteaioc to aoften them. It aukH D" shorts, can he run by band or steun pqw er, requires n9 elrilt to operate lt; lta constrUction ta of tbe mostsobstantia l kind, 111o .. let weac and difkcuU t& \ . .\gents for t he following well-knoWJil and N. Carolina Manufacrurers: ROBERTW. OLIVER, Richmond, Va. I Wfl'fGFIE.LD A: LAWSON,"Richmo!!-d, Va IJ. <.:. HA'Y.O & CO., RlohljiOIIc\ Va. WOI'tACK &: INGRAM, Va. W. J, GENTRY & CO. Ricbmood, Va. t W. DUKE, Durham, N.C. MAYO & KWIC/FIT, Rlchinond, Va. R. T. FAUCETT, Durham, N.C. HARDGROVE, POLLARD &: CO., Rlchmood, Va. OOOPEa & WILLIAMS, Oxford, N.C. The special attent\on oi the Trad,e is called to tbe !ollowiflg established Brands: IIAJf1Jl' ACTUBED '. ACT'I:JBED : Virginia Beauties, P P.'s whole and .K &4cllea 11 Gld l:fecl"W Choice, Jfs, P : P'a. Virgiala Beauties,,., .JI, ,Dd 141. t1 1 n, C. Mayo II Co ... Navy lbl. Daughter, ]S, -481 and .II( a. D.C. M.ayo&Co Navr, Xs, and })s, P. P .,in whole, Willi e; a and J Ptur Twiat. )f, and' J( ca4dles. '\ SaWe Willie, !'<1<. D. C. M&JO-' Co.,_JS, 41 and to&. ltlvinclble, Fig.... W.J. Gentry & Co., Navy, "s, 'Xs, J(s, P. l"'a, Orleatal, Flg,ln tin (oil, H lb. bo-, Ca..... and l!>DJ _to's Charm, 6-iocb Twiat, in tin foil, -" cadcllee. Kayo& KolJ:bl, Navy, J(, P. P's. A: tonr tOS. 6 and u-inch L .. cloila Weed, 11-lnch plliJII. lli[0KllfG, In bags or ........ K aad "' lbs. en. H enry, Jr. 9-lnc:lt lliJll p....e\wham. Pride of the Na.tion Harvest Queen. X, J(._, P P's. :Duke's Dvrltam. Dandy Lion. Fanne('a Choice, Xs, P. \ 1 Faucett's Darh&m. Partic<1lar attention given to putting up special brands for SOLE use f owner&: (f '14 FBONJ!. Street. JOS. H. THOMPSON. .t'AVL O.:ALYl iBm 83 Front St., N.Y. Areata for thelollowlnl and Justly eelebrated of Vlrgtola To6aceo: C A. JACKSON It: CO.; D. B TENNENT A: CO.; REtJBEN RAGLAND; WILLIAM LO.liG; H. 0 HOBSON, PetefSOilrl Sole Agents for C. A JACKSON & CO'S. Celebratecl BnndL KREflELBEliG & tO., 1160 PEARL ST., New YoRJt. J 0. KREIIELBERG & CO., BALTIMORE, MD. E. T. I'ILKil\TTQN t SCHIEFER & C9. CELEBRA'I'ED l I))' NEW OR.Ll!IANS, LA. 'IIJITl' e ''canomTD liTf; 1 -Bm toDISSmi --. al ;J r Jl DDtl "Fatmor'a Choice; an4 11 "DJIII sxoznrc 1 To:a.A.ccos. WPRICE LisTs J11iR1UliHED 01!1 ) BLAKEMORE, MAYO a. co., machl ... e en..!. 1 Jl HENRY WULSTEil, GEIERIL. pl-ete,with Pmu(onx-t.t6x6 uo iachca), 1Q 1 p net cub. OJITlCBt HELME. The {Full And ... ... m>oked It hu that SWEETNESS,AND AR Havana You can OBDDIABY 'l'OIIA THIS. FLAY I JOU Will set the benefi Ol REGULAR HAVANA. JOB CCO. Pat 11p ... Bottlea, ... well In HaH ... alleoa c.... J. r. ,__, 1 ta.oo 3..0G EDWARD M. WRIGHT & CO. General CIHII1Dission Marchan& } 35l Street, NEW Y(JJU( Mang,ra.eturen of R"APPttw., CoNGilKs!l, nd ScoTCH lilt
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' I JAN. 20. CIGAR SUPERIOR' MAKE' AND Prime Quality of CEDAR WOOD,-' 293, 295 & 297 Monro e .. St., lW .0. -h. E:I:CJLUrGE PLACE, T Dnw Billa of Exchanl' on tho principal ctiieo of Europe; lasue Circular Letten of Credit to .Travelers. and lt"ant Commercial Cre.tlta i rec;efYe Money on De .. pc.it, aubjeot to 8il'ht Checks, pon wh.ich interest will be allowed; pay partl<4 :1186 Front st--. NEW' YOBK. IU....jo.x SA La ALL &WJ&IM--tear Tobacco for Expor' aad loJQt I! r.ear Tobaeoo baled ill 8Df pukap b;r press for ex port. AHNER &. DEHLS, RSAD & Oo., SuccESSORS TO IsAAC READ, \JOMMISSION. MERCHANTS, And Dealers in Virciniiz tznd Western Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco, Licorice, Gum, de., 18 Old Slip, 1Vew 1Z"'ork. rHE ;.'J.,OB.A.CVO .. LEA."4' LDHENSTEIN & GANS ::;_,i.E AGENTS AND IMPORTERS OF THE GENUINE w. & M-' CIGAR DIOVLDS, P ::azs s:zs, Straps a.nd Cutters. Aiso Cigar Ribbons. 101 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK. u Is. SOLP, co. Maoufae\are1'11 of the well U. S. Solid T1p Ci[af Monl11. Our Moulds are to...he. more DURABLE, and at least 25 per eent. Che>aper than any other Moulclaold. I 93 Pearl St., Y. v .,_ N. B. BORGPELDT, MANUFACTURER OF CIGARlYIOULDS, PateRtee of Closed' Moul-s, of the o!tnE\": ._Moulds. 1 FACTORY, HARLEM B. B. FREIGHT BUILDDI'G. WHITE S'l'REET, >9o.t>d. Door frolll ,li;ltn Street' ; qr at MfSSRS. S. JJCOBY & CO., Office No.-Chatham Square,N\11 YORK SCIIRODEit a BON; 178 WATER STREET, NIEW YORK. I OF &P,4DTZIIEI: AND PACKERS OF DOMESTIC F T0BACCO -LICORICE, GUM ARABIC, OUVE Ofl, OTTO ROSES, ,, Tonqua Beaus, And all qther for Flavoring used 'by Manufacturers, including the finest Essential Oils, W H. Schieffelin & Co., (' AND IMPORTER OF GERMAN CIGAR MOULDS f4 SEbltrolt aad1'. : :soe:rtr.vnm DALE. R 1M ;.. Cigar-Mould .Presses; Straps anu Cutters. 263"80V'1'H STREET, N. Y. -.. THE GERMAN .AMERICAN -BANL cofuer Stree..; NBW !O:U. DRAWS 'Rt:LL3 OF E CHANGE ahd issues LETIERS OF CREi)'l'r ;.t ,IA. principal abroad Accounts and, of Merc hanr.!, Banks, Bankers. etc-. solicit o d. ,.... 0, B. .. -.... -e SllYION S'l'R4fUSS, Ciga.r. -ahTihow AND DEALEa IN BERMAN CISAR MOULDS, PRESSES, STRAPS, CUTTERS, A 818 :JFI11'U::L (Bet. Ave D ancl Lewis SL,I 1\Te._,.'York.. 1111 All kinds ll'lprea CUt to Order aDd Repaired lD the Beot Style. Tile> Trade N. Y. co-oPERATIVE CIGAR M'PG a 1 West lrouston Street, corner Mercer, SAMUEL JOSEPHS, MANUFACTURER OF 17S PWU. STUET, 1IA vAll J,IAF TOBACC D.Y CAB LOAD FOit LEAF PACKERS. 17Superior to any Shooks used in Connecticut Valley. AND DEALER IN P.. 0. BOX 2989. NEW TOBK SIMON SALOMON Importer of -d Dealer in AND OF THB BRAND OF CICARS "RITICA," 22.3 Pearl St. New York. BURLINCTON, LEAF TOE.ACCO, lfo, 1 '88 FRO:RT STREET, 1'fEW YOBJ[. T--f T b SANCHEZ, HAYA & co., .llmDULll1li11 Backus a E. MOSBLY 0 acco 130. 13a. 134. lYO M EST I c DETROIT. KICB., ... FREY BROS. & co. Dli:Al.EI!. IN AND SEGARS, llri.AmEJI'LANE.NewYork. LUMBER DEALERS, ClGmo, and BlVllll a DO.BST.IC ...... Pearl 8&net, NEWYOB ... FmST cWRHiviiAmGw leaf ceo .m .Ill! lllU11i -lllll .Alli) .... D ... PORT& .. .,, 1 BOXES BY CAR LOAD FOB LEAF Dealers in Lelf Tobacco. lEAf TOBACCOS I SCBIIDIR, 1.66 w .ATEB ST:8EET. PlliCI: LJST SJ:NT ON.APPLI PACKEDS A SPE Hanna Citars & Leaf Tobanco. CATION. n CIALTY. 44 Y1'8eY Street. IINew Yo_rk _1 r.:,, St no' chester. N.Y. :tmporter of Havana, xEw Yoa.IL. -'1W-L SEED LE'AFERTOBACCO, G! A. H. C4RDOZO, J., JUliAN AllEN, SCBBOEBEB & IOOB,IBARTCO!! .. m "E"!:!:"-::,.. T 0 B A C C 0, TOBACCO & COTTON FACTORY, Leaf Tobacco, D&BROADSTREET, 182Water8t.,New.York. 172WaterStreet, N.Y. BAVAifA'TQBACCQ.LEAP. :Ro. 86 BROAD STBEET,lf. Y. J SCHITT, S-TEIN a c o 2'46 Peari Street New York .C.!t. J.A. .. :L&U, .... -. .. Seed Lea, A.IA:!RDWICZ_ & BRO. E. SPINGARN & CO., n{inission Merchants:' Jn MAYER'S soNS, JULIUS a !attana ltaf IDbJtt{(, HAVANA& f m 'obacco ANo, 'No.8 BURLINC SLIP : "' ...... P IBRAlii'CH,lfO. 3'1 AVENVE B, ,:NEW YORK 16'? W.A.XEB ST., NEW YOBK, NEW'-YORK. \ Newg'\YOJI'Jlr. l2:4 WATER STREET, No. za .. ;*"New Y01r9 158 Qhambers St., \ L. CARVAJAL s CIGARSt NEAR WA:TER-STREE7, 197 I 203 PEARL STREET, u ., ;, r.-.... .,.."' sAX. L !!n! '\ 1:;:

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' StalDer, Smith DEALERS IN ALL LEAF r:I...,O .AIUl MGnufaeturer of aad in Cigars. -225 RACE 8TREE'J, p LADELPHIA. I STEWART MARKS, Manufactarers of a h's Scotch A Snutr, :Dro.118 Jol-t JJ'. Marb, -BROS., WOOD'IVA.RD_, QJJ.B.IlB'ZT c!t ,lii! .CtO, tiGlR. AID &IIBBAL I:IIIIISSI KZ2:t0B.A.l'-'rS," 118 Xo. Water St. and A.v., Philadelphia. Kn. t.tla Pint A.ven11.e, Pittsbursh !. BAMBERGER & CO., DB.U.DSJN LEAF TOB.A.OClld..-Top 01.Kar ::M:o-u.l.cL" Ul ARCH STREET, 'PliiLADELPIIIA, P A. MANUFACTURERS OF FINE-CUT CHEWIING AND SMOKING TOBACCOS, 151 Third St., and. 225 Quarry Si., Fhila.delphia. J. R111LDO BAliK 1: CO. DOHAN & T A'ITT, TIJBACtll 'URCHHTS, BEIER!L CODISSION IERCHANTS 107 ARCH STREE'I'' 5o. atoftll WaterSU.et,.. No. 11\'>rth Dela: are .A.v ... u.. Po[. I. DOH. AN. Philadelphia &i:=:5'J Jtti1lac!elph:l.a. JNO. T. 1A>TT. t A. H THEOBA:LD, 1\!ANUF A'CTURE-R OF .SCIMI'DT &. BilL, .. tEAF ,.OBACCO" CIQARS, AND.DEALER IN WAREHOUSE .. Alec>""' u..: ot'Cipn,x ............. .-Spanish and Domestic leaf Tobacco, a .. oklq'l'oloAceo. A I 80UTH SECOND 8 TitEET, w.: Philadelphia. 'PJ!ILA'I}'U.PHI.A --lOR VB, GBAIFF & ICOOL raera, Oomm!n1GD hdlaat.a, lEO. W. EDWARDS A CD, .. ,.n waot.aSAL" DIIAL&U '"' Commission Merchant& in T Il.E1 Baltbnure Advertisemea.t .. ""VV"M. A BO'YD & CO., WHOLESAtLE DEALEllS IN. .DmACTHBHD. BIJ WPT9BACCO, lllllzC., wx. A: 80YD, I SOUTH ST B 33 ., B. WI a ao .MONUMENTAL CITY TOBACCO WORKS, H0;181 WIS'l' PIA'l"l' l'l'ID'l', IAL'l'DIOU, KAITI..UtD, JdANUPA.CTUitlliS Olf ALL KI"D& OJ' sOKIIG AID t:JII\fiiG TOBACCOS. .... enta1 Jr, JI"ALK, SSo .. _..,., 5. Y., BATTIR JIR ., 14,8 5. T1llrd Bt., ftJJa, -F. BECKER c. L. PACKERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. AND WAOLESALE DEALERS IN atl.d DC)elti.o t...f 'l'obaooo, -JfO, W. LOMBARD BT,, BALTIIIOaB, MD I ED. WiSCHMEYER. HY. WISGHMEYER. IWISCJDIEYEB co., Coittn:tiJ!IU!!Jion Me chants, AND DBALERS IN' LEAF, PLUG TOBACCO & CIGARS,: 9 SOUTH CALVERT 8TREET, NllAit LGIIBARD s BALTIIIORE' z. z. w liiiNCZ:, Toba.cco Shipping \ JAN. 20 WESTERN ADVERTISEMENTS Cincinnati and Detroit Advertisements. WELI:.l>:S, L. B. BAA& C. WELLES &. CO., D&ALltBB 1l( lUCHARD }[ALLAY .TAKES KALLAY. Henry Besuden & Bro., R.MAL y A BRO DEALERS Of TOB.A.OOO CONN. SEED LEAF LEAF TOBACCD., _1 _54_8t_:!._e rs_,:._e:;._CO.!IW.Dealers in LElF TOBACCO, I tiS and I 17 West Front 8t., Between Race nd Elm, onromn.TL o. -1(1. 163, '& 16 Pearl Stret, l _OOkJBil OP r'Ji S11!.EET,) CINCINNATI. S. LOWEI\P;rBAL a 00., B. a Z. K. I Connecticut 4 .., -.J lo, I 'T<)B.A._CCO, 4C & 42 MARKET M.ANUF ACTURERS FINE CIGARS, AND m:uns :m LEAr rrou.cco, 1 Wl WESTPHAL, I r Contasxo llEROJUlf'l, NG. 12 WEST THIRD STREET, Cl CINNATI, 011f0. ]A.COf Wau.. .A.AROM KAHK A. Wau ... Weil Kh&Ce., (Succeaaon to S. LoWaNTHAL &:: Co.) Ma.oufacturen and. Wholeaale,Dealen la. CIWS & illP TWCCD 134 Main. Sl, Ciacinnati, 0. I lirSole Aaeato fi>r "EI Telegraf" Brand of Clpn SPENCE, & CO., M-anufacture['l ot the Celebratei AlYIDROSI.A, And a variety of other or Fine-Cut Chewing & SrRoking Tobacco CDfCDOf.ATJ, OHIO, A. P At.K. llOS, S H HOLME,.S. JS, COLl' S!MON MANDi.EBAUM, SpeciaL P HOLIES & CO., M-anufacturers of the Ce!ebra&ed NERVE And other Braud of Chewing and Smjlking T bats:os, 53, 83 57 .. nea A"Ve:., I DETROIT, MICH. e The NERVE i eold by Df'R : s throughout the Ualted States. a'Tld we daim-it to be the ... Bu,..' t"aNttCUT ToBACco that CiAU1 be made Tbe WboldNle Tra Je a t;pedalty. Aa411Raletja IEiD LU IX .. obaooo,. State St ColUI. L. &: F. Packers and.. bwrrs in OONNEOTIOUT SEED LEAF No. 134 MAIN STREET, Hartford. FID SEED-LEAF TOBACCO,.. DANBURY, CONNECTICUT. R SMITH & CO., COMMISSION MERblANTS: AXD .J'OBBBBS, I "."D MORRIS & REID Cwnmtsuon Kercha.nt. LEAF T OBAC'c o 1101111 FEISS & GO., Rf.'RS OF FF, U .t; '8 11'1', CBAlU.ES BT., LVERT ST. II. W, cor, Lo1Dbanl8t.0 BALTUIORB, JID, BROKERS, .And Commi88ian Merchants, A;,d Wboleaal Dealer h 'lB SoUth Charles St.,llaltimore, Md. 0 H I 0 S C 0 N N E CT I CUT. LB.AF X'OB.ACCO, 48 :Front St., Cincinnati,' 0. ... LEAF No. 20 Hampden Street, SPRIIIGFIELD, lASS-Boston MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS 126 VIne CINCINNATI, OHIO. ...!. v. O. HOLYOKE, I. R. W. TBOMIS, CO"'"SSION "'," ,.HANT COMMISSION B R 0 K E R a,au In LEAP and MAN1JF AOTURED ;IN lt.INDS OF TOBAOOO, Leaf: Tobaooo, 1.2 Central Bosto-. CIJIICINI'IATI, O. P. Q, AddtnS, L8U18VILLE, Ky. ()DCIN54'11'1, O. CURK8VILLB, or-. P EASE'S SOUTHERN ADV'TS J. W.CARROLL,_, Sole of the FUDoaa and nowued Braods ol Vlrglula Smolr.lng Tobaccos, LONE JACK AND DICK, .... ..-o..,., l!lth Street, LYNCHBURG V Orden respectfully aollclted -Itromptl,. attended t. --------' Tc-bacco Cutter JOIUV w. STOIVB,.. O....w aDd JlaJJ'Ofiactal'eO -Braods of Tobacco, ""&AB.A..TOGA.YY AND sed. Leal' Tobacco 18 Q-.:!'R.MA.N and BA.LTDIORE, JID, ,.;;;_ __....._ ......... -+--'-NOWLIN&, i'OUNGER & CO., L w............. COlOUSSIOli KERCHANTS, The Most Perfect Machine In the World for all grades Qf fine-Cut, Chewing and Smoking. 11N 17SE BY .ALL !'IBS'l'..CUSS :EOtrSES. AND .. 81-SDCS,'" LTNCDVIG, VA. R. A.. MUJ.S, TOBACco-BROKER. HOG LEN & PEASE, DAYTON, OHIO. THOI. H. CHALXERI, 51 Beekmaa &t.,N. Y. Agent fer tbe Sale of Machines aad Extns, where Cutten wiJl find a 1toc'k of supplie1 always on band. ST. LOVIS, LOUISVILLE .AND .l1FFALO Office In Tobllcoo .EIIChMC Shockoe Slip, lUCJDIOND. VA-CBRISTilR a GURK. Commlalom Mercbaotl for the u Purcha&e h of a CO. LYJfGIBll'RG, VA. BUPF ALO Vll&IIIA WPTOBACCO, Leaf -robacco. ToaAcco ExcHANcE, MERFELD & suGAR co AUSIIIB .. ANA\ILFACIT;;soT WIST SUCCESSORS TO A W. PACKERS 0 Oonn.eo't:l.o 1 UPPO&rFE N. Y. coMMiSSTorMtilcHANr Aucl Wllot-re Havana. a.nd. Ya.ra. Tobaccos, 1 1 7 Lombard 8 reet, BALTIMORE. FARMVILLE, VA. ORDERS IOLiaTBD. TilE VIENNA MEDAL!. AW.&.RDED TO THE KING lrPOB AC!CO. The hlrhest award wflich could be oft'fftd Tobacco at the Univenal Vienna, ba l>ee8 awarclecl L. L .A.IlllliiTJIIAD, f<>< hla already popular brand OC()IJII!IT.&L, IUld In to rsupply tbe .-en.l &emand jw tJti .,.,,., it ........ abiDI>e4l "' lUI parta pf the country In sma!llota, bJ E:l:pr ... Lines. The replar Poctory bratdt, HIGHLANDER, CUBANA DEEil TONGUE, ASHLK.IGH, DJC&TATK.R, NOT FOR"foE, YOU GO'i' IT and otber .. In Sm.olllnc Tobaccoo are C..rnlslaed to Jobbers and WfaoleUio Grocen u uual. Order c. & u. noamZBR & co., LEAFTOBA0aco. Dealers and ColllllliSsion Merchants HIGHLAND GxM ToBAcco woRKs. LE-AF,"TOBACCO, :tEAF TOBAcco F. cBRI&T-N & ca., 27 SoutP, Second Street, 12U "Hil'GroprHLaaD
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JAN. 20. SUTRO & NEW.MARK, .. MAXUF.il.CXUBERS OF LEAF HERBS & SPIESS, of' Fine Cigars, _. AND .,. DBAiaBilS IH llBAF "M l30WERY, :NEW YORK. boi.PB xDus Lovu \ ............................................... .-&! PATENT 1 PA.CKER.S OF SMOKING TOBA.C::C::O Promptlyoupplled, at reduced prices, with theoe WOODEN I)RUMS. A. POINDEXTER & CO., Agents, Ltrlflil Sole Manufacturer, 110 WATEB ST .. Jl. Y. Cl'l'Y. COl\IKLINGVILLit, N. v l'emberton _& P 8llll, TOBACCO MERCHANTS, /fliJh a long "perientein 1/u 6usitlu1, .rw tlteir sdvi$ /Q }iU Drilers for Leaf-Mllllfi/Mtrlntl 4AVVILLB, V ... CIIAII.ES S. HAWES, l'ACXEB. 6 DEALER Fine Cozmicticut Seed .. L&af 119 MAID!EN -LANE, York. 1E. V. Rawea .. -, Jlrlcl..,porl, c::o-. TABIL A -RORRBIRG, pI M. DINIEE & SON, Cor, SIXTH ,e LEWIS STBEBTS., Commission Merchants. .L-SPANISB CEDAR, AND ALL Foreign and Domestic Woods. !. LIGII'lBN&TBIN & BBOfiiBBt MANUFAOTURERS OF THE._ "ELK" and 11 Ancl Dealers In LEAF TOB.Acco; Nos. 34 and 34! Bower_y, NEW YORK. of FINE CIGARS,_ S, salearoem. No, 7o Park Plaoe. CIG: A 'eS Bet, Greeawlch St. 6 College Plac, NEW YORK. .1: ...... .. ,. A-'\1 ; BATCH&LOR BROS "PECULIAR" CICA KANtrr .AC'l't!'SERS, 80S :Market St,, PIIILADJIILPJ[IA. ::a. W' .ARDROP, 203 & 205 LEWIS STREET, DEALER IN SPANISH -CEDAR 11'0& CIG Ml BOJI'IiiS, Seasoned Stock always on hand. G. B.LICHTKNBERG. 49 Whitehall. Street, Y. IF Country Orders prompt1y &ttended $o, CMARt.E8 A. WULFF, Lithographer, Printer, and Manufactlli'er Of A Large Assortment Cor.stantly on Hand. ,. C::hatham St., cor. William, Y. -S. M. SIMPSON. G. B. LICHTENBERG & CO.,, I :t'DE' CH,ARLES. J UN UBL UTH. KEL. A.:n.cJ. GEJIEB.A.L COIIJI(JS8IO:N JliiE8C;:IIANTS. ::arok.e:rs :ln. Le -r Tobacco-SOLE AGlCIITS IK lEE5'1'1JCKY 110R. JA.I!I. c::. llloAl'IDAEWIJ CICLJIIBBA'I'IIm .. Paste, aa T d. S-tree-t. LC>"''::E liOUORI&..._ ...... SPANISI LIRUORI. LociSVILLR, Jan. 7 1875 Jas. C. EBq., McAndrew's different brandt of Liquoriceand New Vork. Dear Sir: We lake pltoUure in stating fully them for their superior excellence, that yoerbrandaofboth Spanish and Turkish LiqQ,oricC ud u.D1form1ty 10 quality. yourll, Paste have given entire satisfaction to aU nurman9facWE135INGER BATE. the Past 9uality h aving been LoursvtLLE, Kv Janlluy-7 t&n. Messrs. Jon.,-umfnrmly excellent. We re-mam dear sir, very b1uth & Co., Gentlemen: We have heen very well obediently yours. JUNGBLUTH & CO. pleued with such of Mr. James c. McAndrcw'a brands SEASONABLE SWEETS-"Don' be !lowery, Jacob."-C#-l r air, that the word, under the forms of Tam/Jaku, Tom/Jekl, Puto, have alwayo fouad tb""' or uceedllicly fine yovn tnly, E w RIZER ]'k r '1' t th Old W ld ,_ ftavor, quality and aalfermlty-i fact, lu IIVIIry ... ,. RtCHMONO, VA., s7' -}a.;. ". Taba, and the I e, was .amllar 0 e -o.r -u&-uttefactory:,atadltakeplQIUMtn .. ttUrto.youoffbe And a N 1 ..... h E h fi same. Ve}.truly yo11n, ED, HOLBROOK, Jr., t sq. ew York. L>eer Sir: We expect a fore r 492-the ;year W en uropeans got t l!lr rst or. B T ea J ncreaaeln the demand Cor your liquorice All 1 h N W ld A h r etor e anner obacco l'a:tory. the manufacturero. to whom we. aell teatify .;to Its acquaintance Wlth t e ew Or mong Ot er LoursviLLa.t v., Janoary '' Me .. n JunK-onlfona d 11 f h hluU> ... Co. tientlemen: H'!,VO used conoiderable of &D uce ent qo>allty. Yo':'rl, trutr, things Becker says:-" The American ongin 0 t e Mr. James C, McAndrew'o Liquorice Paille, sold )>y L J JWRIGHT & CO. l b t d li J' htJ r.: ... In thWI!aot year, d It bu ,tven ... entire utlsA dVNCH VRG, VA., January 8, 7 -James c Meword tobacco can not e accep e or, In a s lg y tl d n r.w, Eoq., New York. Dear Sir: 'We have pleasure d'ar "'"' t k r'tt be<'or ac on. e oaot -tatttorecommeDdJOarpa"e In statm.-thatln our districtyo"rb'>nds f" I h luerent lOrm, It ""CnJS 1 WO WOr S WI en I' e to the trade reaenolly. Vory trulyyooN, d T 'I b Ll 0 vpall. I f h d be fi d -I JOHN FlNZER & BROS an ur. 1 Paste have invariably .,lven en1492 and the root o t e wor IS to OUn In Severa Ure to all manulacturer21 usin them w .. cOROur itt tho o MOSS & GARR. qualily being unlfonn and excellent at all languages of the Old World. Those two works are ,the L remain, dear su, youno truly K d b k b T ] d' t Ace d' t S l OU .. VILLKhKv., January 7 !. Meurs. Jua.-,THOS.'L. JOHNSON & co oran an a 00 y a a mu IS or tl!g 0 a e, blutb & Co., ear Sn: We are nlnr 'Mr. James c: the Koran mentions a prophecy o'f Moh,ammed, con: tained in these words:-' In later times there will be I!.Y TIME.-An honest old farmer from the I '] THJtOl:GH A BJtOKER.h men calling themselves Mos ems ; but they w l be J'he following correspon:;ountry gave Is recollectionspf a hof spell as follows: Moslems. only in name, for tltey will smoke TambnRo.' was so dry we couldn't spare water to p,ut in our t ...1. d h k' f T b k lienee appears in the New h k Th his prophecy presuppose t e smo mg o am a o, ts Y e grass W&ll so dry that ev.,ry tt 'me the h' d h 1 d h M I York '.Journal of Commerte: -d bl -" and the use of t ts wor m t e an s w ere os ems wm ew It uew around like so much ashes. There th hb d h "A slight difference of dwelt, or among etr ne1g ors, an proves t e t a tear shed at a funeral for a month. The sun f h h f h h f opinion has occurred bed d 11 h 1 sagacious judgment o t e prop et, or o t e aut or o tween friends, both of whom ne up a t e C!ilt e and burnt off the hair till they that passage in the Koran, in regard to the fascinatin11: looked like Mexican dogs, and the s eep all looked l1'ke t have :;;uch abiding faith in 11 influence of tobacco on human nature ; and a so exthe wisdom and accuracy pooc e pupptes, they shrank up so. We hag to soak plains the later prohibitions among the Mos of your 1udgment in such all our_hogs to make hoi? swillt and if aJ)y cat-tle lems, the descendants of the Fire-worshippers. How k!lled In mornmg they'd be dried beef at dark. b matters, as well 'as appre-fhe dned up so that the farmers chopped just and wise the idea was ts shown y the fact th'lt ciation of your generous seasoned tunber all through August, and there a'n't a nearly all in Arabia. and Persia smoke; in compliance in answering the h h which latter country, according to Elru Haukal, even in q uestions of your perplexed t all t'l:te country-in f-act, no wedding the tenth century, when the Moslems 'had been three 111nee the w1dow Glenn married oli:l Baker three months t h 1 d readers, that they hasten to ago. What few grasshoppers are left are all skin and hun -dred ye11rs in possesS,Jon o t e an no c.ny or beg your oninion on the fol1 !a. 1 d'd district could be found wherein there was not a fire.egs, a'll I n t hear a teakettle s:n<> for six weeks. bel h b d lowing questioll' ; A mer-w t ba "' tt!mple_ who eve L a.t to acco was I)Ot use chant in San Francisco proe ea o,pr potatoes they beibg--all ready, and in the 'Old World before I 492 maintain that the passage w.e couldn t spar_ e water.to boll 'em. All the red-headed 1 dd' f 1 poses to secure the services 1 f in the Koran 1s ap mterpo ation or a 1t1on o ater of a New York broker for 61r s were a ratd to stu of th'! in daylight, times. apart from the boldness of such an the purchase, say, of manI tr-ll ou, I was afraid the bad moved out of tiori' which implies a falsification of the sacred book-a ufactured tobacco on the his old borne apd settled down wtth 119 for life. Why, falsi'fication out of the; question when we consider 1he 11 Th w_e had o haul summer to the ferry runh' h h 0 k h d h f fo owmg terms, VIZ.: e mg, and-:say, Its getting dry; '1et'i! take suthin." reverepce in'!' tC t e .. oo IS e l -t e occurrence o the passage mold ed1t1onsof.theK ran.wouldsuffi the San Francisco qterchant to show that the assertion is unjustifiable. Besides, carefully advised of the flue -JOHN ANDERSON AND GARrHALDT.-However o-ratifyword occurs it) work of a Rabbinical writer who tuatl.ons of the market, and, ing it may be to the a mmde one lived before Columbus. Buxtorf reads the word as when so instructed by the has been in the wrong u nwitt ingly [s,avs a writer in the Tabkalli, and translates the passage:-' The Persians merchant, lo make purnumber of Cope's Tobacco Fla?il], it is even eat Tabkabi without salt.' But who 'know Bnx. chases and shipments of more dehg,htful to find that one has not been in the totf well are inclined to accu;;e him of many m i sconcep tobacco on the us u a I on t )le COI;Jtrary, verr much in the right. tions_ A dial signifies not merely 'to eat,' but als_ o, like credit rendering a regular 1'1-us ts my present expenence \lollh reference to the the Greek Mithalein, 'to drink! In accordance here broker's contract of sale merits of IMr. John Anderson, the New York tobacco with, many Orientals _call smoking d'rinking; from the New York to the More_ than a ago, his magpificent for instance, the l;'ersJans, rochor Tambako the Arabs, San Francisco gift of Penekese I s land, as a stte and endowmen t (with chrub Dof(han; the Greeks, pi11ein Kapnon. Further. thoroughly studied the history of tobacco agree. The admirable E. W Lane: who has given the best transla tivn of the "Tales of a Thousand and One Nights," and who wrote a well-known book on the "Manne1s and Customs of the Modern Egyptians," says:-" It appears that tobacco was introduced into Turkey, Arabia, and other countries in the East, soon after the beginning of the seventeenth of the Cbistian era-that is, noi 1many years after it had began to be regularly imported into .Western as an article of commerce, from America." From his habits of research as a as well 11s from his long in the East, Mr. Lane was' eminently fitted to form and to ot>inio!l. The silly story; of Mohammed's prophecy Dr. W'llsor, in his "Pipes and Tobacco, thus contemptuously dismisses:-" If thtl did 'not have on the face of. it such unmist akll'b le evideoce of being the invention ofsome M6slem ascetid of later times, it would furnish no bad proof of right to the title of fals_e prophet." The unK'nown Rabbin i ical writer on whom Lothar Becker may be swept aside with still more annihilatir.g scorn When did this writer fiuurisb? What worfl d' he really use? Even if, when correctly read nd interpreted, the word were shown to have some to Tobau o what would that avai: against the invincible demonstration-both from the repor'ts of travelers and the stuqy pf traditions anJ monuments-that not till more than a century after the, discovery oO\merica did Tobacco find its w11y into. the East? It is acknowledged, on authgrity of ero and others, that "the of apJdy the fumes or steam of certain plants for medici 1 purpo s IL.fs of high antiquity his, however, has o bearing on the question. It is e. certa'Q plant, and a Pllrticufar mode of u sing it, witb--y.rhic"' we to deaL And if all' lrust.worthy testimonies go i one direcaon, we thrust from us with wrath the rash assertions of a sham eless sciolist like Lothar Becker in an oppoiite direction. This m _an's kno'l'l'ledge of the history of Tobacco is kept il). countenance by' his Oriental schol arship, which is of the crudest, shallowest, most cbaol;ic kind, -and which must make hi learned laugh, if, indeed, they care to bestow ll: momeot's attention on such a despicable pretender. Altogetlier, Lothar Becker's series of papers on the Origin of the :robacco" are a disgrace to such a respectable penod1cal as the Deutsdte Tabak Zeitung. they sim ply tend to b _ring further confusioo into subject in there is too muc? confus!on already; anti they certamly afford Jhe ugliest Specimen of charlattanism we have for a long time encounfered. A WESTERN Du&L.-A wGern paper, deScribing a informs its reader,s that dne of tile parties "was wounded}'! the breast, while his opponent fired m the au." AN-UNWELCO:IIE ADDITION.The SOQ of a aevout ol& Scotch clergyman having manied without his father's old man too_k occasion.in the very first tamtly gathermg when btldeand groom were present to his opinion of the affair in the m'dst of aprayer in wise: "Thou hast added, 0 Lord, to our fain.ily So has been Thy will, it wad never hae been mine. But if it is of Thee, do Thou ble!!S the connection. But if lhe fule hath done itou' t o' c arnal-desire, again5t a' and credit, may the c.wld rain o' adversity settle in his habitation." TOBACCO Ht, SALON!CA.-A great it i!l said has of late years been given tcr the growth of_ tobl\cco in the neighbo!hood of Salonica, -and the present average annual yield in the Consular district is apprQxi mately reckoned at rs,ooo,ooo lbs. Previous to r85o no tobacco 'Yas _exported tQ Eng and from the Salonicli district, whereas. the shipments 'to Great Britain are now calc,ulated to average 15,ooo cwt. per annum. The quality of tobacce sent is the very lowest tbe country prGduces, the first cost of it seldom exceedtng-' 5dper lb., though o late years some English .&-ms have eiJCed buy ing the finer qo1alities as well but only in limited quantities. AN Ail'Cf:Ies VISit thiS county 1n person fer An early reply wfll oblige con.fortable during the quiet evening of one of th t Tuakan. The word, Tumagt.n Is found m an Onental the purpose of buymg the crop, and nearly all the prin -Reply.If stormy lives of 'our troubled times I translation of whose fourth apecies of Nar-ci'P"fll firms York and have per the purchase was made on whether greater honor redounds to this kind and wise dol, called /(aleaomke, ts rendered by Kaldune Tomagho. manently established branche' tn .:Uancaster, :fhese aU joint -aceount, the fact hal John Anderson from the island of Fenekese or the It wou l d not be to the of_ die hav or agents throughout the county who it is in the name of the San 1sland of Caprera ; but his name shot:ld be enshrined Tam baku m East wha.ch the Nstate of thedcrop and the operations merchant does in the affections of all who love freedom, whether of Tabacum bears the name m ansknt Damrapatra and 01--ll..-. o _oes representative of a not release the 'broker from nations or of min' the same operator made another and other little accounts to ier th1s the plamtiff cla1ms th, e Collector can not collect America. In addition to the two facts-that afore tcup d'etat wh1ch l'.J'Oused the tobacco urchasers to the substantiate the sta1emebt. the twenty cents. The case came up on Monday last, said instrument is found reprellented on the ruins of fact that he was sagacious and plucky He arnved in before Judge but was adjourned until next Nakschi Rustua, and th!t in Neandei's time it. was in this city about a month ago, and without -an intimation KENTUCKY LEAF GROWN week.-Last week, the United. States Circuit Court very common use among the. Per in of: h i s p4rpose t? any one, started in to buy the crop 01 IN CALIFORNIA.-TheLouisbefore Judge. Benedict, the followmg persons were sen -its name sufF..ces to prove Its Onental ongm; for 1ts th1s green 111 the field. He drove rapidly over the ville Coutier '_loumalofDec. Lou1s manufacturing cigars without name, Nargeek!J, finds in the word country, buying_ up the crop at what seemed to be the a9 ;s-ays--: 'he featu1 e -.f license, was fined and sent to Ludlow Street Jail Narg-eekk ( Cot(la-llul) its explanation, as the Hindusfarmers good pnces, and in three days he had bougi1t the market to-day was tlle for three montlls; Bias who offered for sale tanee word Hooka4 does in the Chin"'ese wora Hukera-upa comp-arll.tively lar-ge part of the crop of the season. apRearance in the break of smuggled cigarettes, got thiTty days;Juan B. 'Martinez, that is, Bottleguurti. The poerer kind ofJJeople 'n Hin-By the fow.rth day, however, his plan had reached the three 'hogsheads of tobac<:f who offered cigars for sale, was fined t.s,ooo. dostan, t;>n the Persian Gulf, and elsewhere, make use of e'lrs of other speculators a.nq had been generally cirgr.owf1 in California by ,a fur -Samuel and Thomas McCollough were the cocoa-nut, and here and there of the,bottlegourd, aa culated over the county, so that he issaid to have driven mer resident a nd .planter of held If! $1ooo bail eicb, by Justice Sherwood at Essex the water-holder of this ingenious instrument." sixty miles..Yiith.out being able to purchase more than Ke-ntucky. This tJbacco, the Market Pollee Court,-Gn a charge of burglary. They The provc!rbial facility with which German can elafour acres of tobacco, the most exorhitant' prices being proau t of Kentucky seed, wer,e caught Dyer, of the Tenth Precinct, borate a theory {rom the depths of his innetm91 con-demanded l:iy the fanners, aroused to a shrewd appre and also of tbe me t hods of on wuh $1000 worth of tobacco in their sciousness is here strikingly shown. But the Germans dation of the situation. In the meantime, however the cultivation and curing prac1 he property was stolen from the store of generl\_lly support their theories witb a proj:iigious other speculators got wind of his hns and hastened in ticed -in this State, had the J Miller, No. I II _Stanton Street.In the U. S. Cir amount oi real learning. Lothar Beaker, however, is an to the some of them to avoid their !9tesence app7aram; e of. bright Miscutt Court, the follow!ng were also disposed of: ignorant and impudent quack, who h,j(S' 'no even the being known, shunning Lancaster and other centres of sou n leaf. It had been hanGonzales Sardo, makuog ctgars without the rescantiest, most knowledge of the subject information, an'd confining their operations to more redied and prized ina superior qu i red thre'.!! months imprisonment and a tine of he professes to treat. If he had r ba d the work of l_Jiqte p!kts of the county'. The eonsequence ha:; been manner, and was packed in S_too; M1chael Gallagher was convicted of .smuggling his coutryman, Tiedemann, on the History Tobacco, that about one-lialf of the entire a-op ,0f the present full-sized hogsheads. Two c Igars, and was to imprisonment for six he would seen _it pro ed, by dn. array at 6,ooo cases, .ha; _already been hogsheads sold at about fire at 49 Eldndge Street, damaged Henry of argument and evdence, that td-bacco and the sn10kbo:ght up at fa1r phces, and the remainder is held at per cent al, which well paid: Eckert's cgar-box factory $2oo. The building was 1 ing of tobacco are more recent in Asia and Afrjca_ figure s considerable above the raisers e.lperience '.-)f the the cost, of transportati o n damage-d even in Europe. With Tiodefnittln aU-who have past few years or expectations for the present. across the continent." I -.

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I Manufacturers. LicGrice. Brokers. JOHN ANDERSON & CO. LICORICE PASTE. EUIE. aoREMSH, oo. TOBACCO. MANUFACTURERS OF AID mu TIIB!CCDS Tobaeco manufacwrers and the trade in 114and 116 LIBERTY STREET. general 31'6 particularly t_co OX I43 aTREET, NEW YORKt amine and test tho supe110r properties of Beg to direct tbe attention or the Dealenln Tobacco this LICORICE, which, being DCJW ':lrought ;.. aD4 the "' to the highest perfection, is ct:a.td under ULACE FINECUT the;:=:: ror the CJD."WWJrG TOBACOO, J:.;oarid. / 1 tho I@ THOMAS HOYT &r CO., whtcla r. Cl.-"-Cl. 0., IWIUFACTUKU.S \I' MR. JOHN ANDERSON, Acknowledged by to be the and...,.. atandl, u formerly, wlthoot a rhai o..s-best in the marker, And for the brand of Fine Cut Chewing and Licorice Stick \ SMoKIN\J ToBAccos & SNuFF, JO"'//:JSr cACo INOBL.&. 00: OUU &UIIDS CHEWIJIG, OP ALL GIUIIll .. OP all respects equa.l to Q,t\.LABRh .U."NYSIDE. HEARTS' DELIGHT, ctiU flat MIWilf, .fMOllil\1, We have no' Aients. an4. NEW YORK. CATTUSr; TOBACCO BROKER 127 Pearr reet, NEW. YORK. CHAS. E. & BRO. fiBACCI .IIIIIIS ., JUTJONAL, BRIGHT OWEN. ,ld fkaaulao""o Jobbers would do well'to ap;ly direct. IXTRA C AVENDISR '.r 0 B A C ._. Licorice and onliBary, oon.W.tly 131 W S HARVEST" ..... suRPRISE" IN FOIL >nhand.. IRGUIIB_ I .U. ater treet, aad .f.o6 Pearl St.. New York Cttv. IVANHOE .jQLLY .. OYI au Chu. L Fisclaer.J ....,..ARMn.,., cu.;s.o.HoYT 176 & 17S First St .. Brooklyn, E. D. r. 21l'31SCUTHWILLIAISTRET H.W.F\oc:taer. Ni:W C JOHN F. FLAGG, ISAACS. W " ,.,. li l'i... R D. H. McALPIN & QQ,; < .. 16s w.ATEii. STREET., I SOLE. BNTS_ b, (;1;1 Ill Pill! ..,_.... ..... Ne: 24 CEDAR STREET. NEW YORK. --., -llt.A : = l '.. I UP s 'TAIRS. 3' r f/='4 1 'J nlllV.J 1 1 CHARLES F. OSBORNE,. r ,.trr 111 ................ .. ::a JAMEs G : l ot Fi:t;.t.e 1 I--x L and Dealer in LEAP T .OBACOO, I ""i'RABOIS s. xnnrEY. ..... PfU{JTob-,8 .... .. r,.r:o. OWDE'.RED "' No. 195 PEARl.. ST., I I York. OF MANUFACTORY .AllD SALr:iROO'M, No. M BROAD 8TR:M', uliu B th J G 1 b 1 dR caaNEI oF AVENuE o TENTH sTIEET: NEW YORK : -, ""' 8J Nl. 8Il e ra R USian ,.:.':. ,",. new York ClLU'nnt. OAK, DIAMOND EPliNG, Fm!AB, SlLVlB tAltE, ESC!PSCIOU. CICAIIETTE8 AND AND SPECIALTIES' fOR TOBACCO. C B MEVS JL co MANUFACTURERS. FINE TOBACCOS, ., w Monufacturersofallklndoof. .... R.HILLIER'S SONS & CO._\, lt[. & Son, .z,u. WEST ""v lfEWYORKCITY. CBBWINO & SIOIING' OFFICE, TOBAQ,CO DEPOT & AGENOY "..."'BAOoos. b4fl 74.:1:. BTR.B:mT, Of tile MallJlfacture of G. W. GAIL AX, BAL 220 1'&UL B'fill'l', nW YOmt. WBUlll. ELLER 1c .MIS. a. a. !OB!CCO. KAIUFACTORY, (PETER. D. COLLINS, :RusT.) 97 Columbia Street,' NEW YOBK, v.iWUPACTVa&&S OP THJ. CBLEtiiJlATBD llrs. G. B. Miller & Co. Chewing and Smoking Tobllcco, the only Genuine American Gentle Snull'; Mrs. G. B. Miller & Co. Maccaboy .-d. Scoth Snu; A. H. Mickle & Sons' Forest :(t(lllfl anCl Grape Tobacco; Mrs. G. B. Miller a Co. Reserve Smoking and Chewing W' All ooders promptly executed. CAMPBELL LANE A CO. ,... MAN'UaCT'UR.i:lilS OP raucco liD CIGlU, -AND .I>BAL11aS IN SNUFF, PIPES, etc., IOIIIES IT 484 BROAD S.TBEET, mJARI IR CALDWELL AGENCY AND DEPOT OF w. I"BLGJrEB SOl'f'S, I Succeseors to -f. II. BISCHOFrS BILT'IIORE TOBACCOS f. -J with Fr. ENGELBACH, 21 Bizth An., ltiW TOU BOVBR. rowosaso FIN&IT at Pee,rbkeepele, NewY erk. GzyF6RD, 3HERIAJ & JNIHS 110 #6-6; I HEW-y -e-Rl\.. 1110, BOX TOBACCO BROKER. No. 1 -Maiden Lane, wvolrK. Internal Revenue Books. The f>riginal blttrnal Revenue Publishing HoUM. ; C. SOLE SUCCF..SSO R TO E.S':fiB ol: SMITH, Sm.okinc -Tobaooo, sYcAMORE FOR sALJE, MANUFACTURED BY Suitable for TQbacco Boxes aad Calldee, WALTER B. PIERCE, """"""'to soo,ooo ft. tnc h and !-a, .... ed to Wldth, drr an& seai'IOned, ao4 at a low figure. N.B ...!(:onlumers can order 1,000 ft. or more, as a UTICA., Y, sample. LoNG JsLAND SAw AND PL.ANtNG MILLS, coR. P. 0. Box s,h-;, 37 LIDER'l'Y' ST., !'i. y, :Br&uding Ircus &lid Steueiiii a Specillt,r. This Brand of Smoking is as dark colored aodaa BoNDANDTltiRDSTREaTABRoolCL'YN.N. Y. tboTnushly cured as Havana. Offices! NII'W York. 2'1 Pearlll14 lal! Ka!4en Lee PB.::EN'TXNG Of every at 1Awe11t SEND t'OR PRICES. TOBACCO BAGGING IMITATION SPANISH LINEN, F Al\ICY STR.IPES, And alll1411ds of Gooch uaed for puttlug up Smoking Tobacco. Al1o, a complete assortment of Smokers Arth:lca for the Trade. HOWARD SINGER & CO., &; 107 CHAMBEIR81S'I'., NEW YORK. Ci&'ar Manufacturers Wangler & Hahn, KAN\11"ACTUR&S OJ' Fine Segars, NO. 290 & 292 BOWERY, NEW YORK. EDWARD A. SMITH, MANUF .. CTURER OF :PEASE & B. SOLE AGENT FOR J. P. SARRAZ.N'S OU.ISIANlPEBIQUE SMOKING TOBACC Also, Perique Tobacco in Carrottes, U5 w ATEB S'l'BEET l'fEW YORK. ... REPPENREIMER & MAURER, 4 Praot:lo'-1 ::E.d:th05%"119-Phe:r,... ENCRAVERS AND PRINTER.S, BY STEA.Jl POWER .AND HAI'iD PREIUS. RDER, 23 and. 2i 'WILLIAK .l'rUlil':.=, BW YOBit :NJCW' YOBE ACEN'CT, A. HEN & CO. 43 Liberty 8treet,1 Post Office, :EKPOE. '1'33-S O:F SXO'B'E'R.S A3.'I'XCT,ES, DEALERS TOBACCO,$ECARS,SNUFFS,&c. 1YIADVX BROTHERS; O.FFIOE. 171 PEARL STREET. 0 KIW YORI CITY. JAN. 20. WI. DEMUTH & ; CO,. THII &OL.K MANUYAITUKL'S 0 .. .: .. '\ .;.' 'li, ---.->! BRUB. AlfD APPLE-WOOD PIPIS, WI11l RUBBER BITS, lmport,m of &11 :1111* of ...,.. MUc1es. SHOW FIGURES, Ill' lllET.AL_.ANn WOOl>, A SPECIALTY. 501 BROADWAY, :NEW YORK. iJLLIIIIIi OJ' S'panjsh; I'Germa.n CIGAR RIBBONS ,.., Loallre ;w'ellow 7-8 SpaDiah I. 35 yde. """' Broad Tel w s-8 ,. I. 7' t o Broad Re-atlF ,ea Ra-.d Che lleot Rand ... ..__ Jlaebl-f'er CatCJas aall G"'aodatiDJr; To-.. ll\IPOiilTER OF FINE GLYCE!INE, No. 7 BURLI!rG SLIP, W YORK. Will. JUX&i& ... GO., TOBACCO SEALING YIAl. !ad lillptriers .r Jnsa, Gnll8. lc. 18,. WUiiaa at., ewlrol'k. TIIFBI'L. Fine Impot"Url. for etc. WITIEMANN BROTHERS, 3'1' MAIDBII: LAliBo llliiW YORK, a.. ziii.EBKA. :MANUFACTURER. OF ALL JCilfM eF Mt18LIW LDEN TOBA.UCO 263 Eaat 4th St., Iew Yerk. Orden prom ptl} attended to at the obortat noia. SHOW .8 -_CARD (MC*PA 'l'OB.ACCO WOJLU AJm ftiG:a liiAli1JP AO'l'OBY, :; "to. BUCHNER, Fine Segars, LewiJJ Ma.cldax'a Look-out Flounders. H. C, Bad.d: ai: Lewt Haddax' Double thick Fours. { B. C. HaU Navies. ''Lew-la Hada.x'a Look-out [)(:mble thick SiA:e!k IL C. J1&41dnx' Golden Ei .. ht ounces. Li!!"Wla Look-out Double thick Tena. J. a. Dill' II The Pet,"Pwada. LitllogriTplua in SUI?ERFOR c.i'ff'z a11tl Dui'gn.r, attd in aft' wid style. EJiilllllln g#flrtbe P"m:b 'M"EJ" T o B A c c ONESW y'oRK. I8g "EARL STREET, 48 Broad and Sts. LIBERAL ADVANC2MENTS MADE oN CONSIGNMENTS. WEW 'o. an", I .. ... "-' \ .. .. ..


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