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

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

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VOL X:--NO. 51.-lht ,, IIF.t;Jf. Mafa""'"' of Briar Piln .. 1,.,,., o.r ?!!/ IS PUBLlSKAD DemuU. Wm. & Co.,,... Broadw>' IVIIY WGNISD.AV KOUDIG: !Y .,,_,., f Licorico P" 14 THJ f4BliJCO 1.11\l ti'l priDL(SJ(Nll. 11111 Gifl'ord, Sherman .t:lnnta1 .. '11'11\laa J1 IIJIIU VII U \IV Goatee A Arpimbau, It J 8. Wllllalll J,. o -. St ... 'V'-- McA.ndrew Jamea 0., J5 Water WN .... t .._,., _.,,..,_ WecveriIrlrl / p,.,u,.d L{, n5 Front. Haarl>uJ1ler l. & Ce., 150 Water. Hawee, Chas. s., u9 Malden Lane. .HMbst & Van Ramdobr, 1S, Pearl H!Mmas. G. W. & Co So Froot. Holfman Emao11el & Son. 149 Wllter Janker &: Nieme}er, 115 Watec. k.au & Co., Peul Kiunicut Thomas. 51 Bzoad KMnlg & Sebert, P'J Xre!De'lberg & 00. 16o Pe1111. LadleDI>ruoh & B..,., "''awr La.m'ltte A. C., 1U Pearl. Lederer & Fiscllel9 113 Pearl Levin M. H., 16:1 Pearl. McFall & HoJt&D, 33 MurrY M&!tlaDd Robert L. &: Co., 41 Broad. Martin IIi Johmoa, 166 Watet. Mayer Soae, nl Water. Meyer A. 0. I.. 41: 0., 45 Beaver. Oatman.Aivi, 166 Water. M.. & Broth.e ,r, 138 Water. Ottmger Brothers 41 Broad St. Palmes & Scovtlle, I'f'O Water. Prlee Wm. M. &: Co., I 1 9 Maiden Lane. Qnln, "J. p. & eo., lteod & Co., '' o d Sbv. Rebmann. G. 179 Peat'l B.oaenwald, .lt. &: Bro., 145 Water. Salomon S. 19J Pearl Sawyer, Wallace .t Co. 47 Broad. Scheider E M.,1JI3 Pe&el. Schmitt j. & Co., 162 Water. Sehoverllng, Wm. 129 Water. Scbr..eder & Bon. 118 W-. Schroeder & Koch, Pearl. Sciaubart H & eo '"' w Spencer, Broa .!1 Co., 75 Ma14en Laue Splngam, E. Co., Bdrl!ar Slip. Splt&oer c. H. Water Stein & Co.t.'97 Duaoe. Stndton & ::rtorm, 191 Pearl. Stroh & I7& Front. Sulzbacher It Hofm.aan, -s8 Maldea La:ae Tas, Cbar!M F. & Son, Front, Tatj!eabont, F. W. 68 Broad. Thompson J oaepb & ()o., 830f'ron t Upmaun, Carl, t7i Pearl. Wright, E.ld. & Co., 39 Broad. Zweig H. Water. Buyer of Tttfxu<. Reusens G. 55 Broad. T..ateoBroltm Boremsky, E., 143 Water Cattua John. u7 Pearl. Fls<:her Chas. E.&: ro., 131 Water Fischer, Frederick, 41 Uroad Howard, Sanger 41: Co., 107 Cli&Jilbert TDHUI :C...kll. 'The Hatch Llthojrrap!c Co., s & S4 V _, Heppeahelmer at Maurer North Wlllbm Cig11r-Bf11 r..btls 11nd Triir HeJ)penlleimer & Maurer, u & N WUHam. WolffOb.u. A., 5' Ohath=. Tob.cco &.J;ng /YdJt. ZIDMer W. 6; Oo., William. Man(TI. of Kit Brown A .t F7 57 Lewis. MdnuJadur Soutb Gar d Weilck E. E., <16 and 48 South Charlet. Wlochmeyer Bel. & Oo., 30 Bonth Calvert Tohacc Factors. Glesk 1: NlemaDD, 78 Booth Oharlea. Hoffman, Lee & f'...o., '3 Plaoe MtZnuftllrera, etc. 1 Marburg Brothers, S to 149 S. Charlea St. Wilken& H. 6; Oo., '81 West Pratt. !\fEW YORK. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3, 1875. WHOLE NO. 519 r-hat8. a:eo., ..... n.w. Well, & Co., 1J41b!D. Zlas, Jacob & Bro., 18 Eut Sec:oacl. Slsnt MLtal C.gw M.lrls. Scbw!U lA: Dubnal, rM Weot ...... d CLA.B.KSVILLE, T- uilf Till_,. .,..,... OlariJ, )(; lL A Bro. I D.A.JrVILLE. v O...iui Mlrtilau. Pembertoa .. Pene Ltdf Tt1&uto Sloeppard John M .IA: Co. ,fMhlrer'!ifM'!:!'ai:!J Ttr l 1Mec1111. Cotterill, Penner&: Co., uJli7 E. S:oadl P11ul1 TNM.cctt Ctt1r & .P-, Third St. &Dd Caaal. Gr""eo G .f..AJIBVBY, c .... DET&OIT, IDeJt.. M.,f.a,,.,.,s / CJ&n.ir tutJ .s.,u;,r T...._. Parker, Holmes & Co., 53 57 Jetfenoa Ave Cignr Mtnllds. Detrelt Cigar MO\IId Oo., ConiJT"A & Fousth &.u Pl.af T.tJauq. Schubertl<. C. G. F. W. & Co., FNorth John. LOlfDolf, Eag. Tobacco Holfm&nn J. A. & J Greaham Afrioa TobamJ Merehanl. Hoffmann D J. 14 Rue Moga.dor JJEW YOB.X. Forward111g Agmts. Hoffmann, Co. <41 Cedar LOUmVILLE, Ky Plu!{ Toi>5 German. F.dward.s, G. W. & Co., 62 North Front. :Miaenlobr Wm .t Co. 115 South Water ldc M. E: & Co., 39 North Water. Meyers & Randall, :159 Market J Rinaldo & Oo., 3' N.orth Waler. LeafToba.cco, 121 and n3 -POSTAGE. G. W. HILLMAN & CO., CODISSION IERCWTS TOBACCO, Shaclr. A uq Malden MQoufacturet'l of TobMto. AndersoD John & Co 114, n& aad 117 Liberty. Appleby A Relme!'33 Water. Buchaoaa & Lyal Broad. Boc!oner D, a56 DelaDcltJ Goodwin & Oo. a01 and a09 Water Hoyt Thomu & Co: ...,. Pearl t Klnnei_ Bros. 141 West BroadwaJ Mevs c. H. 4c; Co., 741 Ninth. l!llcAiplo D. H ... Co. cor. A'r011110 D &ad -r-; MWer Mrs. G. B. & Oo. 97 Colombia Conuolid4t.a 7w..-C_,,.7 o/ Gll""7 Parlr.e, Wm. A 41: Co, 44 Broacl S..*ir To6"""' '" Hell A. &; Ce. LlbertJ Laopdorl S., Water. We!No Eller & Kaeppel, no Pearl Mtlftur(rJ of Clf Bondy Charles, 53 Bowery Footer. H!laoa & Co., ?9 Chambera ll'reJ Broo. & Oo 44 V-7 Glaccum & ScblDsae!i 147 aad 149 At1tora..,.. Oeodw!a E. W 1116 1root. ,Hartcorn & 86 Malclen LaDe. es. a eo., ooo Sq. a: s .l ,no,.. s. 166 Front Broo .t BondJ, 51 Mllldn :L&Do ICerbo &; Sploo, 3S Bewery Levy Bro. .,., "' 1 Bowery L!chteoste!a A. a; Bro. J4 & 3K LU:bteaotela Bsoo ol; Oo >61 BowetJI'. Mendel M. Yf. &; Bro, 15)( Bo_,., Neuburcer M. ols Pearl N.Y. Co-operaUn Cigar M&llui'J Co., 19 Woot Snuff Starr R. & Co. Sonth Calvor liiaNw/ncl.n.,.s uf Cig-ars and Del#rl in Manufac#Hnd Stewart Bros., 4' Centre-Market Space D.alen i11-Smoleinr, CMwiHr, atul L1a/ TtWac&Ds and Cig-ars. Rosenfeld S & Co., c3 Exchange Place. BOSTON. e Sag-,.,.. Bil6.alo Grape Sugar Co. c;p,. 4o--DIIIIWI ;, Llaf., C41wtNr and SM4tlu '"r-'"To6tMXII. Cody s : M"'* ttelwnn cf 1"Niliu Matbewa & av11. Heuetoa. Orgler S. o86 I OHJ(lAOO Ill:. WMI#IIh Dl,. ,, llelotaaDD A., '4 N Canal. Sch,.,...." hr, 13 Bowery. 8e!clellberg Oo. 19 n.., Bm!th K A. u :Bowery Sta<:be-c M. & Co. >57 Pearl 8tr&iton .. &term, 191 Pe&r! Botro &; Newmarlr., 76 Park Pl..:e Tabel & Rohrbera-, 10 Park Place. WaacleJ & Halul, 1190 liz "9> aow.r,. MiM"'""'"''"' If Ti s--Cfrrs Areuoberc S. H. 49 irh!tebaU BondJ Cbarln, U Bowe17 Belueae Henry J. 65 Plae Beue Georae, I95 Pearl GneDiaall A.1 4J We&t Bread-J. Kuprow!c1 A. & Bro. Chamber Monj.M.&Co.6Water Sauchu, Haya & Co., '"' 131 41: tJ4 M. Lue. I n ..... ToHcn, A!mlrall J. ]. 16 Cedar GudaF.J6f'Water Goualez A. 161 Water KoiiJ Horae. R. Oo. J4 .__ NaJOrP J, M. a Co., 14 Oe4ar. NlnAJII F. &Co. n Pearl L lkwtluJr Oo.s' Wac. P-t.{ A., ... aacl 40 Bnilui-J Pohalok 41: Gaorra. Is WIU!aa. J, .U., A: Ce.l 61 W&l*ro lloiMDOil M .\ M. ., lllaldetl IAu Vep 1_. A.. lit 1'-' 1190 P..,&. ,.eo. ... --WIIIWfrlediaa A,....., 11111P..t .... a. .. ...... Yber v. MarUali eo;.-.. Cedar _,_,_, of Kq Wll Mill ,__ ot-. ;u. ..... wo.....-&il ...... ,_ It .u,_.....,, T.IL aCe. Ill K.w... ..... .,.,, ., a.. ,. a-u-a a:......_," W"" /.hdkrs in Z....J Toheco nd Cifn. Oue S. 8. 1: Oo., 149 South Water M.,.,fiul"""' f Cpr1 U Maurer C. F., 187 Clark. Dc.ltrs Lef Tob.cto. Sandhap:n Brae., 17 Wes t Randulplt. .. M.-fiiCI*"" of F;,, C.1 Clsewiog 11d S.oi;g, d Dlalm i lAf Beck & 'Wirth. II and 14 Water. Tocace" Ma .. Adams & Lew!o, 8 Lalie. WMIMtlk Dealer in Cig11r1 -a THIIte4. Olli"O ATI. LuJWeD Raadolpll, cor. Fifth JJ..tm io !(avana a /All}" Be&....._ Henrv 4 Bro., 161-165 Pearl Kallar Rich a: Brotlu:r, us W"'t Fn>Dt, Betl/"s '" spa,.;,;,""" rJig; a: Co 3 Weat iii,... J, H., 41 V!Do rvefmaD F & Co. Ia F.- if-m 'If -a S..Ni,.g .T".uJea Billa. 11 VIae. a: Bade, m. J15 IUicl'm Mala .,._.a.- ao., sa U4 !14 Tlllrd.. f l'ltlr ae.,u.a: .a t..-"NL LUtf TtHoto ....... r. W .. -. a. e. VIIM&U J'roGt .Oii!Mp ............ ,.w .. :a.w, '* '" ., a,.. "'" lJMwl "' /Mffw.... X.... ...... \:e.o u6 .,. .. BY A NEW LAW WHICH \VBIIT IXT0 OPERATIOll Scbm1dt &: Jleilr !S3I South Second. Sorver, Graeff & Cook, NOrth Water Steiner, Smith Bros & Knecht! J:l'5 ke. Teller Brothers, II7 North Tnird. Vetterleln J. & Oo., 111 Arch. ON .JAIIUAilY 1, 187:1, WE ARE l'IIOW OOIIIPELLED TCJ Woodward, Garrott& Co., 33 !HANCOCK, T17RPI1V 4t T. C. WIL,.LurS 4t CO., Jl. A. PATTERSON 4t CO., l'IIOLTING A> B1l'flTOllt LIPIICOIIDI 6; DOWD, aDd other Faetorlu. Assarted on Terms. Specl.al Brands furnished for Oumerll' ..._ Hildebrand 4c JC.lingeaberg, 37 North Seventh Stelner, Smih Bros. & Knecht. JJJ &ace. Theobald A. H Third aDd Poplar. lllYBIORmEB, All FORMERLY, WE HA.VE ADDED THB Maufacturers of Fi,.e AJII0111VT TO ouR IIUBIKlRIPTIOII-PRIOB,WHIOH !IIAK.EI w.isqom : Her_ e is crisis to call for all the ability OuR ExcisE LAws.We call the attention of our Frechte A.M. & co., 43 North Front to. an on this sublect elsewhere. It Ci!r""-BoM Lahtls ad 7rimmi,.gs. OUR PltESEJf'1' TERJQI All FOLLOWS d f 1 k If th t" Harr!o. Geo. s ... Sou, a. E. cor. 4th and Viae sts ONE YEAR, patpot1sm o our aw-ma ers. e na Ion worthy the all good citizens. SIX *0 ever needed the services of these well-paid individuals, Is ,....,. .... ,..,.,_,,on ... & BusiNESS CHANGE IN l ,oNDON .-Late.English mai Hemphill Wm. & Co. First ne THREE !IIONTH B h d ? If t C Mtzuf<'""" of S.uf{. .., t.oa they need thl!m now. '' ut ':N at o we see no bring advices of a change in the firm of Grant, hamWeymaa 4e Bro., 7'1-and a. !Jm!thli.e!d. llr NO PAPEil WILL BE BBl'IT WITBOVT IUICBIPJ' downright incompetence, which is worse. bers & Co., our valued London correspondents. Rll'' a,.d OF THE .. Alii01JII'I'II. Messrs. William Holloway Ross and Geo Cham Jonldoson R. & w LlbertJ. A -.oB.RY SPECTACLE The school-boy trial ohtrength presented by the House who for some years past have taken an active part m Dealers in Domes/it rmd Ha11ana Le,.f Toof Representatives week, is disgraceful, and reflects the of the house, have 'been to The popular branch of our National Legislature has no credit either on. those engaged in it, or their con J>artnersh1p, and with Mr. Ja!Jles Chambers, stnce Q cnr. ILL the untimely death of Mr. Geo. Grant, has carried on of'P!ug Tobacco. pres1ented a sorry spectaj:le siuce we last wrote. It has stituents. It rei"Jlind.s one of the ancient East Indian the business will hereafter constitute the firm The Gem City Tobacco Worlr.s; E1 H. Tunser( Pte,.; l h r f M been squand':ring the precious hours of a orief session mode of deciding lay-sui. ts. 'Jhe respective new partners have our best Wts 1or utuie success. Wlce Jaml! the of the spendtbtiit has cast lo each plac;d one foot in a pit dug in the ground, and THE STOCK OF The Louisville CQUrier LMf Tohluw Brmrs. the winds,' in his -mad c:lteer, all sense of the one capable of holding it there the longest, won the_ '.Journal tlius replies to the strictures of one of our Bpyd Jamea N. Cary Philadelphia correspondents: "THE NEW YoRK ToBAO. ll!llo 8 -BooHM',fER. N y. And under wh aJ ,and circum-case. co LEAF quotes, with some expression of indorsement. Wbalea To6'"" stances It. to _find the rep.resen tative s of a great :lnd the statemen' t from 'a friend in Philadelphia' that the_ Delllcr in Z..af 1 b T . Courier-'.Journal states that there will be: 'only 2,000 Kosety D E., Mut street. lit I. A near Y reasury. .mtelhgent people:, .resortmg to these. chlld1sh methods of ho she ads of tobacco in the markets of the world on .... II. acknowje dged, on an sides, to be settling difficult ies ; fit only for infancy of the race. o!tober, 1875 The made here is u!'to meet th e expenses Govwe rea5N M11""/'""',...... AP'fh. unless, relief comes soon, a most gloomy outlook for the 'EDITO. R.IALS nppropriated w it ho t credit, and which have lost reck, Lam.berten .t Co., 114 OllYo.. .. J ... ; ..........,.. .a. .. IITa.&OVU. x, y. future:. ...;...,.:_ from subsequent developments, what the s4rplus wo D .. L,.s coati -r and./JIII/4rl '" ' B Acv AGAUf.-Out Mr. Graff expects to retum to l>e a year thence 'on the (to quot_ e t4.e ,-_. rJ ...,, _,J 1 I'V As .tHe "cause oLthe above, an irredeemable _paper ... Hw"" to this city to: day:, :lfter a most successful trip. lancuage of the article in our c:rop. Ce.,lo But a.-'t Opera currency that Of less less_ value, SO long ' mate is true, and that COnSUnllptlOn Will ataUltaiD ita --..a-.,sollut'W"atec Go t tiA t tA D -1 AN Eli.RoR Racrirnt:D.-ln our 'ToBACCO TRADE average volume. It is believed by the that.we li'I'IOA. Jl. "!T as vemmen con ues. ocrepu'"aa DraJt:CTORY the place of business of our friend, 'Jolr. did nut underestimate the crop. but as to cOl\IUmptiou. ._,_rof.l'isr a. et-i ""s.Mtc to paJ. .:_ Delancer Cleveland, broker, is put down as 47 Cedar, this must remain the .unknown q11antity ofthe. equatioro. .......... _...,:r.. t h.. 11' :tr "th d}e favor of the assWPptiOD lt ....__-beat ''-d will be correc:tediD a ne tioa. .I will be more or less under average." legislation of the ..... T--.LLa:a-.a.

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' I 2 -rUE rOBACJO FEB. 3. ToBACCO IN FRANCE.A cotemporary assures us that THE TOBACOO MAMK'',. (:. 417 bates. rS 2 5 2 hhds West V1rgm1a at I7.5o. 97 cases d f b r { A GU'AYRA-11 cas 7 4lbs. mfd. Oh10 seed fillers, bmders a 1nd wrappers: I at I6 annually consumes 24,ooo,ooo poun so to acco. 1 6 All this tobacco 1s oou&ht by the Government from DO"ME&Tl 1 llJI.PcioL-,:,3 hhds. / at 1 6 at 8@9.90 40 at IO@I3 75; 2r at f d d ld tb Gov Jn 1 NEw Yov, Ftbrflilt" 2, r875. LoNDoN-so hhds, 41,132 lbs. mfd. 1 3 at zo 25, 23 75 o-rowers, manu ac_ture an so m e ernme1l ...,. -' '-' .... -A .. W -'- ffi F s. Lta"-Receipts 1I1 J-uary V1t m u. t tu 4Q.ottUI ar....,ouse, r:zr hhds a11d .11 bxsterest for the tobacco tra c 14 m n:tas mil .,. a :r "':"7 "' -.".c<. /:w1 :Oment concer'n d the Post oere I n p1a), I,8:zg bhds, elllpQrls, 2,654 do: $tj)ck-m IllS M.IRAOOANE-so bales. blida .1YJ4 .tt>.Co., Ky., trash, lugs and I at the gross receipts from sales were 11s7 ooo ooof 1 qr lions 2,546 do The sales a iiOunted to 2,roo S't. CROIX-I hhd. M-!5 1 8 at 10 t51!9t4-7S, 3 b at ls.@19.75 1 lis at 20@ 4.Do 000 In IBIS it waa only ls,ooo,ooo. blllf;i, of fhiqL 1,400. for exl?ort, mostly low-grades for ST. hbd. .. 7 Pendletoa .. Ky., lu,aa ao.d J!af 2 at r Sl)am, m&dingV1rg1ma. pnmmgs at apd repnsed TURK's IsLAND-978 lbs mfd J u so, 12 75, 4 a :zs, 1 at 3 hhds Ohto t.f:a. LoNDON's PLAN.-As dunng the aum111er of seed leaf at The home trade was very qmet. A DOMESTIC RECEIPTS. s'ed a t fro, Io 25, Jo.as:. 7 hbJs ua seed: 3 at 1873 we gave considerable space to Mr. Dame! H. cunous feature was the purchase of r)o hhds _Mason The arnvals at the port of New York from domestic $8 70@9.75; 4 at r8 b e isconsm seed London m wh1ch to explain the character of h 1 s panacea County to take back to Cincmnat1, almost cleanng the in te nor andcoastwtse ports for the week endmg February filler-s and b1aders: If at J7.25 7-9o; 7 at 8 10 for our' financ1al ills, entitled "The Exchequer," our market of this sort, and we understand as much was 1, were z2 r hhds, ro3 trcs, 22 hlf rr qtr trcs, 20 @8 85 readers can not be u1d to be entirely igno bought b y same parties in Baltimore. Therct was no e1ghth trcs, 11720 cases, 10 pkgs 8 2 bales, 347 three qtr A the M1am1 82 hhds and 36 boxes -rant of 1t. Since tbaJt time Mr. London bas been change ia prices and the market closed w1th a little mg m evt!ry for both low a!ld h1gh-pnce goods. A. l:x9, 102 hlf bxs 95 th1rd bxs, 66 qtr bxs, 4 kegs, 8:z 24 hhds Mason C g KY, t1Tash,1 ugs and leaf; 2 at II 75 stead1ly at work forwatrdmg his scheme, and has 1ust more mqu1ry About :zoo hhds new crop have been pleasmg 1tem of news wh1ch buy e rs from the South re cadd1es, 130 cases c1gars, 1 hox do 1 case p1pes, con @ r7 25 :zr at I at 32.00 zs hhds Brown pubhshed h1s v1ews m a compact form, be 1 ng an address sampled, mostly lugs but mcludmg a few good hhds port 1s that the 1lhclt wagon trade Is dlmmi s hm g A 11gned as follows Co 0, lugs and leaf 14 at 24 75@29 75, II at 3r.oo c e livered before the General Assembly of V1rgmla from Hopkmsvdle -ana :Yaaucah; as yet there 1s no deresult due, probably, to th e strenuous efforts r e cently B v THE ERIE RAILROAD-Poll a rd Pet tus & Co 20 @ 37 2 14 hhds Owen Co., Ky., trash, lugs and leaf o{ our readers interested m the general subJeCt mand for It IJUt forth for 1ts suppression by the hcensed manufaC' hhds, order, 59 do, ro pkgs, I a t $ 7 95; S at 8 so@9 o p ; IO at ro.oo, 7 at :zo?5@ w i ll1\nd themselves repa1d by its perusal 1 s t week. 2d week, 3d week ftb week 5th"' elt Tota L ture rs. Once thl!; unlawful traffi c IS ended there w 11l be BY T H E H u D SON RIVER RAILROAD-J R Suton 27 7 5 l9 hhds Pentlleto n Co, Ky., trash, lugs and -4& 5.94 s6s li,IGO a demarui paid aooda v y bC1" here &; Brotln!r, IO dr&eS; urder, IS do. leaf: I at $7 6 at 8.os-70; 10 at IO@I3 25; 2 at CHARG E AGAINST A CIGARETTE MANUFACTURERV zrginian Virginia lear there 'has been nothing and at the respons1ble and reputable fact ones BY T H E NATION/\L LIN E-Sawyer, Wallace & Co, 17 @ 1 9 36 cases Oh10 seed 3 at I4 at A n exammat10n was ytsterday held by Umted States done dunng the past week, the same obstacles prevailA h ol!server pronounces the last month the dullest on 2 bhds, Tho mas Hoyt & Co 14 do Pollard, Pettus & 8@9 7, 2o at ro @ I4. Commissioner Sh1elds in the case of Ehas Freiburg, a mg have been noticed in our previous Issues, record 1a th1s branch of trade. But every thmg s Co 9 do, order, 6 do At the Planters Warehouse, 69 hhds and 2 boxes manufacturer of cigaretttes who is accused of havtng limited stocks and general apathy ID business t1ve. BY THE PENNSYLVANIA RAJLROAD-J 17 36 hhds and r box Mason Co., Ky, trash, lugs and leaf used boxes for packmg cigarettes that bad already been A RlchmoAd letter, dated the 26th ult' Smokzng-There IS a ,slight l y mcreas ed mqUlry re hhds C H Spitzer, 40 cases, order, so 1 at $9; 4 at ro zs@I4, 4 at 17S@I3.so; 25 at 23.25 used by other manufructurers for that purpose. The th_e market in that Clty' ts strong. "The best leaf on ported m tb1s department of busm e,s. Orders have B Y >HE Nxw YoRK AND NEw HAVEN STEAMBOAT @29. 75, rat 30, r box at 8 6o. 24 hhds Brown Co, eVIdence showed that 1Isaac L. Tob1as, ofN o. 447 Third _:;ale offered loose I patd to day for good dark, red come m wnh a !tttle.mqre freedom from the 1 t nor, and LI!'m-Z Selhng, 63 nhds, G. Falk & Brother, 2z do 0., trash, lugs and leaf 4 at r8@I9 7 5, 9 at 20 7S@ avenue had bought a box of c1garettes from li1m pur wnlpper leaf I regard the goods of all kmds JObbers and. grocers have called for small line s to k e ep Palmer & Scoville, 3 S do, J L. Gassert & Brother, 2 6 29 so; I at 30 zs, I box at 7 to' hhds Pendleton portlllg' to have been manufacturljrl; by Kinney Brc?s., that 1 have bought cheap at the pnces It is m)' up ; assortments for current demand. When the Spnng do; .Bunzl & Dormuzer, 14 do, Joseph Mayer's Sons, Co, Ky, lugs and leaf 4 :1t r6 50@19, 6 at 21 so@ and an employee of the latter tmn 1dentdied-tlie box J ntentlo to put up tobacco at present pnees for future trade opens there should be a fa1r show of act1v1ty m 68 do, A L & c L. Holt, 10 do, Lederman Brothers, 26 2S and stamps' u havmg been used by them, whlle the Jihere, Will b!l but few heavy, nch, dark wrappers staple, masmuch as prices may be expected to stifI09 do, Havemeyers & V!gehus, l43 do, Charles F Tag At the Globe Warehouse, 47 hhds and I box .-I3 c1garettes were not of thetr manufacture. Fre1 b urg was 1P*, IS crop For other sorts there has been more In fen when the deficit m the supply of leaf begms to be & s0n, 5 do, H Schubart & Co, J-do Wm. Eggert, 1 hhds Mason Co., Ky, trash, lugs and 1eaf 2 at 2s, Placed under h,ooo ha1l and the further heanng f the dunng the past tha, n m the precedmg week. The more aenously felt. TlUi remark, ho ever, apolies to ... F c L d & c d M AL. h & c d r7.75 rr at :u hbds and I box Brown Co, 0, .8a1i s st I ( f, th th b '" ..o, tn e o' r o, .en elm r o; h 1 d 1 f $8 "'' case was adJourned untli Saturday the 6th insf. e ern ea or e mon 'as may e seen all the of and n t to smolmore mquiry for lugs, has, 10 the mam, been sat1sfactocy thro hout the u do; Joseph Mayer's Sons, 6 do; A s Rosenbaum & Our market 1s devo1d of mterest Our sales last week under the rule of allowmg 30 pounds of leaf tobacco some of wh1ch have been sold at :.tccordmg to wmter Co, 52 do, E Hoffman & Son 39 do Wm Eggert, 13 only amounted to 'IS hhds, mamly old crop. The for r,ooo cigars Th1s was des1gned by the plaintiff and quahty.. The 1s better here, though .there 1s no Gold opened at and closed at 114 do; Stralton & Storm, 11 do. ll'l&rket 1 s steady, at unchanged pnces, but wlth more h1s fr1ends as a test case on the 30 pound question, but perceptible advance Exc.tanp-Meurs. M. & S tern berger, BY T H E OLD DoMINION STEAMS[{JP LINE-D. J d1spos1Uon to buy Our quotations apply as yet to old from the 1m perfect manner m wh1ch the facts in the case A larger movement m lugs has been fa1rly pred1cable Bankers, report as follows The market for Sterling Ex Garth, Son & Co 1 hhds, J. D. Keilly, J r, 6 de, E crop, and are for common lugs 9 good lugs, were presented, and fnom the tenor of the charge to the at any ume these two months past, but as Y"t we have change contmues qme l,-owmg to an expected ra1 se of Hoffman & Son IS do: Buchanan & Lyall, 8 do, 3 trcs 1oU@uc; common leaf. lD'ediUm leaf, JUry by the Judg'f, tt can hardly be considered in the had little more than an occas1onal mquiry for the pur-the d iscount rate at the Bank of England, the rates are J. 'p, Q.um & Co, 1 do, S do, P. Lonllard & Co, 3 trcs1 good leaf, fine leaf, l 1ght of a te:tt case Tille pl;unnffgave evidence to show pose offeelmg the market. Concedmg all that may be held very firm Continental Exch Appearances are adverse are 4 8 7 and 49o for 6o days and demand Stedmg retrcs do 20 eighth trcs do 8:z cases do42 three qtr bxs the barns j71 the want of proper proof, at the first exammat1on We to such an mference rather than favorable to it. spect!Vely, Selhng rates for 6o days, 48 9 @ do, Bu'Ikley Moore & 24 cases 112 hlf bxs DANVILLE, VA, yanua;y shall pubhsh full particulars in our next 1ssue. Seed LeifThere was a steady demand for seed leaf 489 for pemat;d CommQrclal, 6o days do, 9 S third bxs do, 56 qtr bxs do, 5s caddies do; & Penn, Tobacco CommiSSion Merchants, repoi\ ;-The TOBACCO IN have received from Messrs Bros. & Co., our agents in Lwerpool, a -copy of a very handsome and mterestmg volume of three hunured pages, entltlf'd "The Obristmas Boo Uer" for IS74, comprwng the announceml:nta of the publ lshmg trade of England, both of books and peripdicals Th,. "Bookse11er" is profusely illustrated w1tti spec1men Mgrav1ngs of the works and journal s and amotJg the latter we find. sterling Cope's Tobacco Plan/ occupymg two broad pages witl!: cuts> let'ler-pr e notice kmdly referenc.e toT & LEu. 1lf' cin'tcluaes !>td \t t C;lr\}P,bell Byron patron1ze the c1gar? and has not Carlyle declared ha t tobacco is the fllvern-keepef's worst F nemy .an the best Subhme Tobacco I wh i ch fro m ea.st to w es t Cheere tbe t ara labor! Of' the Turkman s rest W kuc h o n the Moslem 1 ottoman div1 det1 H1 s h oun, and rwal s opnam aod h1s bndes l\h.p1ficent tn Stam'boul, but less grand, '1. bougb. not lesalved, m Wapptng o r tpe Strand DaYi.oe m hookahs, g l onous tn a ptpe, When tipped wLth..amber, mall o w r 1 ch.ao.d ripe Like other cb armen, woolo.r the c aress More clazz:ltngiJ whell darinc 10 full dress, Y itbJ true l o vera more admtre by far Tby naked beautl..-ate sne a cigar tobacco dunng the past week for home trade, sales hav. Pans-Bank rs, 3 days 6o days SI3U; Com. Dohan, Carroll & Co, 43 cases mfd, roo three qtr b'xs month JUSt closed .has beem one of pnusu.al c a<;tlvity m 10i been made m most all kmds, at curreut pnces, to merc1al, 6o days Re1chsmarks-Bankers, do, rr hlf bxs do, H. A. R1chey, 20 cases smkg; IS th1s market. Cons1deung the seasons, tpts have the extent of 1,45" cases. Transactions embraced a d 6-u.r:.-t:.rL 6 d st::. 5 tL 1 d h 1 3 ays, 9 o 9 hlf bxs mfd, I6 caddtes do; Martm & Johnson, 92 been very arge, an muc ammauon on ae part of few small parcels for export. The following are the Frez ghls-Messrs. Cary & Yale, Fre 1ght Brokers, recases smkg, r do mfd, Jos. H. Tbompspn & Co, 3S do, buyers has attended our da1ly bales. .During the !bonth details 200 cases 1873 Connecticut wrappers at 35 port tobacco fre1ghts as follows -Liverpool, steam, 22 do James 'M Gardmer & Co, ro cases mfd, 64 hlf of January r874, one of our banks pa1d out to farmers sse.; 9 cases do do, runnmg, at so cases do 37s. 6d.; 3:z.s. 6d steam, 4os. sa1l, 35s. bxs do M M. Welzho{er, 6s cases smkg, 8 cadd1es eleveJl. thousand dollars for tof>acco sold in do do at ; 178 cases r87:r do wrappers at Glasgow, steam, 37s. 6d. satl, 3:zs. 6d Bremen, steaiR mfd, A Hen & Co., 34 cases smkg; 1 case p1pes, th1s market-the same bank: th1s month paid out over 2 zc., 3S cases 1 873 Pennsylvania, runnning, at 17@ 47s. 6d. Antwerp, ste.tm, sa1l1 35s H 1 rsch & V1ctonus, IO case:. smkg; J. L. Dav1s & Son, Should we contmue at this speed, we antlcr8c.; rao cases do at 30 cases l'IOftOII. 2 0 do, J W Carroll, r do; D & A Bendhe1m, 2 do, lQate that the great bulk of the crop will have changed lio New _York, running,' at 9@r3c; 5 2 cases I87 2 Ohio C has Bondy, 2 d", J. R Swezey, 6 do, Maddox Brothh!tnds before the summer months. It IS generally con at 71./ c and ISO sundrtes at 8@ ... Grol!lfen of seed teat tobacco aJ;e ...UUtlOn .... d agiJDit accept i ng t h e 7' 4 f d E h ers, IS c 'ses mfd, R. L .Ma1tland & Co, 3S do, E Du ceded m th1s section that tlhere IS not more than half a C t U the n 11 d d reported sales and quotations o see lea u rurm smng t e pnces tha t ommen r1 pon ew crop are Stl 10 or er, an ahouldbeobt1Hle Lug s n omaal C ommo n'!. ........ 4ll @ i 4 of note Recetpts are very hght, andl all vanetles are since commencement of commercial year, 346 hbds, Bary & Co., 1mported a qu.antltv of Cigars, and desued IS very good, and otlier sectiOnS contam good and poo J co.;,_ a.i .t 61 @70 held With considerable firmness, but the pnces asked sales thiS week 12t hhds, stock remammg UI'ISOld 597 to stamp them, m c omphance with the act of r866 The tobacco Good wrappers w11l be very scarce and those llrown and OMenlh 8!l@ 9 Th.-daare generally above the v1ews of exporters, wh1ch neces hhds Pnces opened much the same a.s they closed last Collector would not allow h1m to do so, but caused whQ caref!Uly wlll have a small pro/!:, sanly restncts transactiOns. We quote the range ofpnces October, and' the stock on sale a very large officers of the Government to stamp the c 1 gars, and then portiOn of good wrappers and a large propor 1on of Fine to yellow s @ s Navy,' '""d so 55 :rs follows -Maryland, common frosted, $6 so@1.so, proportion of w1ld, coarse, undesm1bl e tobacco, wh1cb, r f h 1 > ,., vt.tna-F ot d t o com Lody P'logero, Rolls tiQ @ 5 b b h f II ld b .demanded a .ee o 20 cents per r,ooo Cigars, on t e seconds" mon 6!l@ Pock otPcce 50 IP'ss do sound common, 7 50@9.oo; do med1um 8.sor"'9 so, havmg een oug t at very u pnces, and he y h ffi I fi h h 8 @ t v l'wJBt (Va]l! m c b (alb 5 h h h r ground that t e stamps were o Cla cert1 cates t at t e Messrs J. S Gans & !on, Tobacco Brokers, observe: co'd':on 9 @9", Bril!ht Gold Bars 6 mch 611 rq.,o do good do, 9@ro ; do leafy br9wn 10@13 do speculators w1t ea v y c atrges or carrymg, can not now duty on the c1gats hadl been ,pald. Mr. de Bary paid Seed Leaf-The home trade was calm and unsug M:edlum o @ u & Bead> @65 bnght red to yel j ow, 14 oo@ 18.oo U/pper Maryland, show any profit 1nd the puces obtained wrough t mud\ the amount, under proteH, and then brought suit tore-gest1ve, whllst pnces have remamed steady on a dull red 47 @ M ups, 7 oo@9 oo; do brown to red, ro oo@rr oo, do d1ssatr s fact1on and d 1 sappomtment, and resulted in .cover 1t, cla1mmg lhat smce the act of r?.66 reqUires the A rev1val on a small scale of the export trade U pper ColllltrY 6 s ){odium '8 yellow spangled, 12 oo@ rs oo do extra do, 16 oo@ wholesale !'eJeCtions Th(l)se offerings wh1cb showed d h h C II d !}round leaf, new 6 @ -N,., Hlllf Poundland Thtrdltb d d d f to o certam t mgs, t e o ector can not o has been noticeable, a large !me of Ohio has been chs f'or seeil Leaf' Te.. . @llO r8 oo; do fancy 20 oo@30 oo Ohllil, frosted, 7 oo@ really heavy o y an goo use ul quahty, brought x .... -crt.p "' Clwrarc.Y Nos 1 and 2 __ ,___ 2 7 6 4 hhds plauter$ of ng1d il-me very of we1ght, and emphasized the remar:. k .bY charging us have far Ja:raer proportion of 1 w,...,..,, ....... .... (iu "-0 5 -- honesty who have always. had a ti1l>'h reputat1on for l r eo 1 .. 9 @to .,..... -----' ( h '' d "' J f centlf (an .Eng ish sh1llmg) for tlie ptiv1lege fillers than ant1c1pated From Ohio we c ... &o Mu-Crop B1 and ss1s "G c" 460 111 .,...,_ ss" r 1 86 bh-'s pack1pg the1r to acco rQm ea to head, jlnu s)de to 0 th I } Fill 6)frAfl If G.. 480 It cue 't """ e :"1 k h h d of aawg the' 11ts. pcwng e enve ope, we diS learn that a Jlarty IS proposing to buy "lear" at from 7 ,87, .,. a; & ;,175 Ilia. noc.. Inspected this week ....... ___ .... _. 9;} hhds JUSt an e. uc men as t ese are m the of T.te Tobacco .ManufactUru, @ ISC" an !n quantity equal to 3,000 hhds. "Fat ... : : :: l:i Ez:7. eo Jb;, .. Inspected previously, smce January I tl:z3 bbds seemg that a 'lilgld mspectlOn ] c $hall honest hal}l,llg from 3 Shoe Lane, F!et Street, E. C. Stems bemg rap1dly bought up they l:Jiing sc. at ,4 8 '-L o. ,.u.......... ... 28 packmg. The liave cmpe 'fitrbugh fue p.resent r : n X fa nia.'.:.::.:::.: 12, 57 6 hhds LOUISVILLE yanuary 29 -We .report as follows. mails for a had tt been sent as a news io.tessrs. M. Rader & on ,Tobacco Brokers, report.lv .... Y.,:I .: Less sliipnlents (Maryland and O pw), 1 .:... The mark:et bl(en at finn prices. The but in a sealed envele:lT& 1 ., Leavlllg stock m warehouses.--------rr_,62 r hhds rec 1pts hal( The sales 1i!Jdl ,first an J :; 1gars t,;lke'? from columns part has oeen taken for consumption at ultcbanged Th 1 h f N y k "1' .fi 'Manufactured Tobacco -There is a fair jobb,ng.busl been prJnClpallv 1 for the lmmediatut' creal bethe lot 1s st II offered on the s l!.leS were owmg consignments e ,'1 mally of therb were reJected giVen, to us,,?,.rt p pob " lu s, fineda:tklu s 8U:(i ,ueqgrttflon of rhe m h1s JOurn.al-and to new crop. 'the reported trasfers were about I soo bales baum & Co 1 6 do Chas. T. Bauer & Co, I r do 1H. The demand embraces ev,ery from stems to_ -y7 g W k 1 g 7 @S d k l g 4& /1' say tltat, all!ong !lll 6is he finds 1t of at s5c.@fr.2 o, and some vegas at s1 .25. lateness Schubart & Co, 7 do; E. SpjiJgarn & :z do; leaf-nothmg neglet:ted, not eyen sweep10gs and scraps. F \ (uS' S@{o: value-a statement which hls high pnce pf the new, together the small & Nicholas, I7 do, & Tlfford, 53 do; 'er: The s Rio e for pew ood 1 j, a, : bear htm out 10 making He CA?ncludes thUI tine exhib1 -mammg of old tobacco all combme to m 'ake the rail & Cohd1t, 3t do, W. H. Tftomas&& Brother, 3o:-do, crop and we pope to be able to repoh sales o spme ,of g (y ) ''!...& t c .. d 'ttk f AS H d I 8 .. t ... k Ohio d I I :O II .. t .. nd t' b t IIJ(trl!, ,sc;arce aq,gs, 25 lS um on ar Jea, tiOn l or Bnusih "cheek, by modestly as!f\llg market verj firtn' and otherwise sattsfactory I owar 'les, 3 ... o 1t nex we.. sec I la.e a o r." ... 1 s, s ID e ; ark le f @ r 2 fime dar!( leaf. f2t.qj' l extra bs to-1\tm a copy of THE Messrs. l s. Gans & Son report :-Spanjsh EXPORTS. ter request at tngher pnces. The 1 total lea[ I.J,i Y, ; workin 8@ 4; r good H-e nidcntly labors the ImpreSS lOll that !?!>ifY -Haval):ll, 0\}'ID& w and copFrom port of New york to foreign ports for the the f S4i boxes, as follo"s working I2 ; fine working real; ; extra tlutiBibli<:al precepq.s to tummg the othFr cheek dltlOn of the cri>p now com 1kg ffi tlil{fe llbll.S a week enmng February 2, were as.follows: 1 II At the o nn Wa etlouse, II3 hhds and 97 bxs :ki teJ, 4@18 CommOX\' tethrriipper5 IS@t8 Al!houghuaturally'ofaforglv1ng hvelydemandforQ!a; t mf?t., 1 and leaf'ry6lt ,.. I s 'o@ 0 : disposibOD, we dp to obey in tbe at advanced ra. \:ara-TM sales-hi'Je 'beef' 300 BUENOS Avus-lt bhda,r5'cases cigarettes. .. Sro@12.SQ; t} \f!.t" s@'t9.so; 't't "1IJ 25; I at3o. so. ;o(iag t i a'Stance. "'The Ed1fOij of the Mqu[a(_flrtrwifi vl,uf hoy.o:.ever cut {of; BREMU-6I hhds, Io8 cases. J 70 hhds Bl'Qtrn. CQ.,:Q, net trasf: legs afld & fi e ellow' \Wlt So8"0' .1 el : nittt(ol hie but ,if hq Messrs. Sa& ') J ;rp.fd. at 2'r _at 6 at 20@29 so; 5 II ; I ., DotiCe ; o h1a QeJlV equ.v&lent Havana tobacco has beeo, wn'li aales of '6.sod bhds. 1 r Co ,.,Nri 1 1t. r ... W f )I au e bt,!t$ anF.f\ 0 5 1 r. 'r u-:> rr.sd. ._q:,."'N. 'j I-.n ,JJJ ,.. '" es 'n,auo 10Q5 > '' :r, I !J 1 clou cip11.. 1 :aD at f.iijl a t 1o; :z at 111ji. i'i1 .r'itJ WWJ rs gen., -rto j nr #' 't 1 I l r ) ... .. e: f ':] m'l -,r,, v OTJ at a 1"'\ ..... \ 'Yfl.lllfi..J ... \ .. Ill .. .,, r I :l > '' 'P '' ,.J e.. wvo 'I P.t I )ld f:> ',. l '" J a o' 'l \ ,.. bu II u A ,, ,., .( :rRIAt,.OHI!O'-.. t1 P. ,,. I t.t' t:.-,r ,.. .. c I 1T'. !tj IIIW rd l !' _, I 1 r n: .:;:, nt:m :) l lll.tt J .u /JO'l 2"''l1 M :t "'',.1 ... \

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a. dletUec\ Cbbacc:o &em alhe<."ttont hue been this 'Week ftTY light, caused in a great measure by the cuntinued extreme cold weather, and the unnavipl:\le condition of our river, with the addiuonal fact that dealers are now disposed tG wait, and see if the expectatiOns of the trade generally in regard to busmess are' to be realized on the opening of spring, accorrlingly they hold back on orders, manufacturers prefer to forward stock as much as possible on orders; as a result, 1,2 I o boxes, and I6o cases, are the xeceipts for the week, which have been mostly stered. Cigars.-Mariufacturers in this line are all working their hands on limited time, but, from all the informa tion I can obtain, from both dealers and manufacturers, I am led to believe the price of a first-class, well made, uniform cigar of aU grades, is well sustained, and that the demand is slowly but graalually increasmg. Th1s JS not only the case with our city made goods, but equally true with those made in the adjo ining counties, in fact, that wl)..ich bas not been tho c:ase for a long time, pow oc curs occasionally, viz: a dealer inquiring for a low pnce cigar; heretofore so great was the accumulation fon the haw:ls of manufacturers, tlhat dealeTS were annoyed frequently with a request to purcbase; hence the chaJJige is looked upon as a favorable indication of an improve meat, in luw grades at least. Uf Tbacco.-Receipts, as usual this season of the year, are very light, but the demand-particularly for domestic use-considering tlie depresswn of busmess in every respect, is very lair, and prices of all grades are fully realized, in fact, old Pennsylvania leaf is begin mg now to be considered by our dealers most excellent property, as the impressio.n is raining ground that new leaf is not turning out as well as was I expected of it, and a good round is bemg pa1d for the same; it must therefore ptaced on the market in season, at an advance price over former years. U rider such circum stances, holders of old leaf feel very comfortable, and 'look forward very encouragingly. We see. Total exports for week: 65 bhds and so bales of Western leaf; I37 cases of m anufactured tobacco. For domestic use:-185 cases off Connecticut seed leaf; 210 cases of Pennsylvania do do; u6 bales of Havana do do. RICHMOND, J'anuary 30.-Mr. R.l A. Mills, To bacco Broker and 06mmi:Wori :Merfhlnt, reports:Our market is in a very unsettled The v1ews of buyers and sellers are as oppos1te as the poles. Our manufacturers are at a standstill1 there no induce. rt}Iem y the Legisiature vance on previous sales. 4sale by aur.tion of Child-of this State of a new excise law. The promoters of rey's manufacture was a)SO bela during thiS month and this SCheme are, in the first plaee, a society calling it the prices obtained were considered very satisfactory. self the Liquor-Dealers' Protective Uaion," a society Twist.-This descdption has not showed to [hat extent consisting for the weater part of unlicensed retailers, in increased value 'aS other have, and although and the President of which has been refused a license quotations higher, the trade has yet responded. by the Board of Excise on account of the iinmoral When their present stocks are exhausted they must be cha cter of the traffic in which he is engaged. This purcha,ers at the higher rates. Cameron's, Raven's soclety, tlirough its State Central Committee, has and St. Andrew's was passed m at auctwn at 1s. 9d a bill which was introduced by Mr. Waehner, of New Barrett's realized IS. sa. Tens have been in york, a few days ago. On the other hand, the Wine good inquiry all through the month. .A p.arcel of Two and Spirit Traders' Society flf the United States, a Seas and Venus Tens was d1sposed of by auction at society which has been duly incorporated under thf' from IS. for boxes, to IS. d. for cases : This laws of the State, and wbose charter specifies among is a considerable improvement on and other objects that they were incorporated for the pur as stvcks of these brands are not excessi"l'e hrgher rates pose of preventing evil and unlawful practices in the will doubtless rule. Sales have transpired of Barrett's manufacture and sale of liquors, have-memorialized the Anchor and Crown Tens at full rates. Half Pou,tis.Legislature of the State, requesting the latter to amend Not much doing. Two small lots of Old Dominion the laws regulating the sale of intoxicating liquors in have been quitted at IS. I.Vzd. to IS. such resprcts as they C(lnsider to be necessary. parcel o ChildreY,'s manufacture was quitted a:t It is needless to say that the views of these two socie auction, styleS, much bette r prices were are widely diVergent ; they are, indeed, as far apart realized. As the bulk of the Aromatic IS held by two as the of the respective societies themselves firms, pnces w ll doubtless Twut.-The and the elements composing them. In one point, how quotations are as under: Southern, rs. 4d. to 6d.; ever, they seem to agree, namely, in that the law should Barret' s Anch0r; IS. Black Swan, IS-5d.; .R aven, be either amended or changed entireJv, and in this reIS. 9d.; St. Andrew's d. 9d.; Our Game>\ Is; spect they are both right. For it is undeniable that the Shellard1s, IS. sd.; Triumph, 1s. 4d.; Golden Fieece, IS. law, or ra her the variou s laws which have from time to 3d.; Woolly King', u: 3d.; 4d.; Giant, IS. time been 'enactea, repealed. amended, and re-enii."CteCf, 4d.; Onward, rs. 3d.; Importer's hmits Tens. are, as stand at the present time, in a state of such -Northern, 7d. to Sd., best brands; medmm, 7d. to 9d.; utter and forlorn confusion as to be in reahty inoperative Southern, 9d. to IS. 3d., best brands. Half Pounds.and void. To quote a few examples. The act to 6d. to 8d.; Southern (T<;>rto1se-shell), to 1 egu ate sa,le,of icating liquors olthe year r8 57, Is. Jd.; Southern (Black), rod. to Is. 4d. Aromatzc.z, jirants licenses to hotelkeepers only and Western halves, Po unds, none; Southern Pounds, exclusivetr ; a )lotel or inn keeper being bela to be a Iod. to rs. rd.; Pounds, rs. to 2s.; person wpo has three beds on his premises. It was Halves, none; Tw1st, rs. 6o. to 2s,; Pocket P1eces, IS. consequently absolutely ptohib1tive as r'gards store6d.; Gold Bars, IS. to IS: l)d.; Navy Half Pounds keepers. IThe latter ,evaded it by keeping two or three and Pounds ( IS. to IS. 3d. i. E1ghts, S1xes, etc:, Is. to IS. beds for tqe accommodation of on the premises, 3d. Leaf.(orManujactunng-8d .. to 1s.; Stnps, rs.'Id. thus hotel or inn-keepers. In paragraph zz Ill. 2d. Clgars.-Cheroots, 1.one m first Ma. the act imposes on these hotel-keepers (not store mllas H. S., sss. ; Ormond's, 32s. keeper) certain pe' nalties for selling liquor to Indians, Stocks-Melbourne, Qct. z4, 1874, 458 hlftrcs; 1,595 minors etc. etc. qtr trcs <1nd kegs, 6,488 three-qtr bxs and bxs, 3,982 The 'act 1866 licenses to "every person or cases mfd, 106 hhds and casks, .us cases, 793 bales und persons of good moral character," as far as the Metro bundles unmfd, I,I04 cases c1gars. Sydn ey, Qct. 23, pohtan Police District, exclusive of the County of West r874, 248,390 l.bs. mfd., 822,85.J lli>s. unmfd, 39,610 lbe;. chester, ill' concerned; and paragraph 26 repeals all acts cigars. Adela1de, Oct. I7, 148,r9I lbs. mfd, u,and parts of previous acts with this act, 6o1 lbs. unmfd, 17,o:zo lbs. Oct. Io, and thus vtipes out all penalties to whfch 1874, 4:z,o8s lbs. mid, 178 lbs. c1gars. Bnsbane, under the act of I857, w ere subject. The act of I87o 23, 1874, 57lbs. mfd, 6,269 tbs. c1gars. Dunedm, repeals the act of 1866, and revives tbe act tof 1857, no retu.rns. but contains no prohibition against any body who sells Auttzon Salts. Ottober x6.-0n acc?unt of whom it liquors w1thout a license, and imposes no penalties. ma.Y concern, ex 06mm: IS Shel.lard's The act of xl!73 revives the act '?f I8S7 wh1ch in twJst, IS. 3;i d. per lb. Ex A/t(ar: 23 quarter-tJerces reality was an obsolete act, but which, 1t must be rem em Barret's. :Ancho! IS 4d; 1 do, IS,. 4J4'd. bered, grapted licenses to lwtel-kupers only, and vests Fx Bntulz Kzng: r quarter-tierce .tw1st, rs. the right of suing for penalities in the orseen of the Ex :Jok, Kerr: all faults: I quartertlerce Barpoor which no die Metropolitan Po ret's Anchor tw1st, u. 5 quarter-tierces do, xs. lice disttict. 4d; 5 do, rs. 4d. (Jdober 21.-Ex An brief enumeration of contradictory provisions of Excess. : ..... ____________ __ ... 9s7 pkga. tel111Je: 4 cases !Barret's Crown navy pounds, 11 per the various laws enacted within the last twenty years on Black lugs, very CQmiDQn ----------__ 9* lb; 3. cases Cloth Gold, geld bars, xs. 6d; 3 ca.Ses this aubject is a faiT specimen of the waule, and is all lllack lugs, medium to good .. ,---------o do rs. 9 cases Grape Leaf that our sRace permits us to cite. Black lugs, extra .. _____________ .., __ Sixes, 1!1. 2 tw1st, 1s. It is ev1dent that, under these circumstances, the enB!llckleaf,common--------------------11 9 cases Old Domm10n half-pou!l s, Is. forcement1ofthe laws,or such part ofthem aa are leaf, 6 cases Barret's Crown navy pocket-p1eces, u;id;. 3 intelligible, becomes almost impossible, and that the Black leaf, ____ --------.-__ cases do D. T. threes, Is. 5 cases Waterhly duties of' the Commissioners of Excise, especially in this Black leaf, fine navy fours, IS 3a; I case Forget-Me-Not-navy ives, Is, city, most lie extremely onerous. The result has been has affixed a signboard to his premises, or who )l&S A PIPE.-Aqother pipeJaacier advertised his business, or is known to have liquors a c1ty cotemporary, has been among us in his possession, or tq, give himself out as sellinl Th1s tlme be is ah;.o from Russia, and rejoices ia t them. name and title of the <;ount Tyoskiewecs. IV: n.: pf fees should be regulated in no ideas ill the choice 10 a pipe, as did Ma and if pracUc;.able .m the opm10n Gf the Board of Excise Gen. :RaAiovi<:h, his illustrious compatriot, who bat! ii!l be a uniform one. The rate should, however, be wife's likeness perpetuated in meerschaum, but bought erately high, under no circumstances l0wer than lxoo. a plain, serviceable article, in the shape of perhaps The sale of intoxicatin!l liquors be placed in the pipe that was ever in hands, and persons too poor to pay a cit.)'1 or any other, for actual use. lt was made to license of $100 ought to be excluded from the ptosh1s-order at Kaldenberg's, in John Street, and is of the ecution of the bustness. AU respectable retailers shape technically known as the "London bent." The are in favor of a high license fee, roany of them having meerschaum portion, which is perfectly plain, ftfter it expressed their desire that it should be fixed at S25o a was ready to receive the amber stem, weighed exactly year. 1 pound, aqd measured nine, and a half inchett f!9f' These points seem to be all that would be Tequired to outer side of the bowl to the jpint where the make...the law effide.nt and useful. ptece was o be fitted. The m outllpiece, or stem, was The great majority of the, people are agreed that it is made of a sohd piece of cloudeeing assed by the Assembly, turers and wholesale dealer in Tobaccos, Smokers wh1cn the Society pretends to ave elected. Or if we Articles, etc., 86 West Lombard Street. should underestimate the power of the Society, as far wa:gne & Spilker, Leaf Tobacco Dealers, 98' West as the House is concerned, it certainly will not pass the Lo b d s h f m ar treet. nor t e s1gnature o Governor Tilden. F. B. Quatmann & deafers in' i:'obacco and The characteJ of the men who have been instrumental Cigars; Messrs. F. B. Quatmann and H. Downiug hav in bringing this bill before the Legislature, if generally a copartnership under the above style. known, would al<;>ne be sufficient to fill our legislators Seemuller & Thode, Toeacco Commission Merch.nts, with distrust and induce them to reject any measure 55 Place. emanating from SIICh a sObrce. In our issue of Octo'l:\er LouiSVILLE, Kv.-George F. Gunther, Tobacco 18, I874, we have exposed the leaders of tbe Protective B k h h h ro er. r Union by g1v1ng t eli c aractenstlcs as t ey were RICJIMON:p, VA.-W. c. Manufacturer of furnished to us bf the BoaTd of Excise. In order to Smoking Tobacco, N'meteenth a.o9 Cary Str.eets : alford those who have not read that interesting cata, Nolting ii\uJ..on, Plug Tobacco Manufacturers, Iogue at the time an opEortunity of forming an estimate Nineteenth Street. o( the Society and of its elements, we here reprint, as a James N. Boyd, Tobacco BrolCer I,3 I7 Cary Street. specin.en, the paragraph rkferring to 1ts President : AAKOII HERZBERG, (President of the Protective Union), 6 Rivi11gton Street, Applied for license. Refused. Low Bucketshop, resort of loafers and prostitules. Place was watched by order of the inspector rluri11g &fit day, from 6 A.M. to 6 P.M., during which ume liquor was supplied to z26 persons, r2x of whom wer& males, 8s females, and 20 children of both-sexes. A white and a black prostitute wete se enterihg arm-in-arm, and were served six times with liquor. The children carried the liquor in cups, pitchers and boxes. Herz berg also kept a place in Third Street, which was, if possible, of a lower descripllon than the mentioned. This resort has recentiy been trllnsferred to the name of Charles Hampe. EDWAR.D DR.ltYER. W'. ]. JIOODLESS.. C. lt. TAYLOll Late of ll:eatDCI. tens, Is. 5 Barret's Crown navy-five", IS. a,ppcais to have become coescious of the real state of somewhat unwell, but without any me-a that I swokers -------------25 Anchor twist, IS. sd; I9 cases John Mahoney's navy licenses. Recently an ambitious ,tlilius among them :B j;h't mmon to medium. -------II @I3 2,Vzd; I case do tens, Is. Id; 1 c:ue Sunny twist, affairs in regard to the ud when this cooviction weald result in any rhing more than a temporary indisaoQd to .fine- -13.Vz@ 2s. Ex 8 014. Dornmton halfdawned mind be resolved to form organized position. a day or two it b.eeame ... -., 44,.4SJ ,_., fillers _______ N _______ I8 @22 pounds, IS. 3 cases Barrets Crown D. T. navy the orders of the :ijoard .. fhe result his professional at.tendants and b7 was '.;.;;;.;..;,;;;;,. Bcijht \Wrappers, cominbn .. 2o @25 ts. 2;i d;; 6 do half, IS. Id; 3 cases was the estab)16hment of that soc1ety to wh1ch we have suffering from a malignant attack of d1phthena, a d1sea:;e Bright wrappexs, medium to good .: 27 do D. T. navy pocket-p1eces, IS. 5 do D. alluded above, and which calls itself the Liquor-Dealers' unusually prevalent almost everywhere this winter, from Bright wrappers, fine .. .. -__ ____ 5 \V ll'J' threes, i sd, Ex Cn';"af'Vtmslzzre 5 C&es Union., They succeeded ia defeating the of Exthe effects of wbich lie died, at ten m;nures before Biigbt "rappers, -e;x:tra. ------______ r So @150 aterhlf navy 6.Vzd. Ocuber cise, who prosecuted their memben in the courts under o'cloclt on the morning of Friday last. Tbe deceaseJ[ li{ahogany wrappers, common to medium ... 15 @22,Vz L :z8.--Ex Rlrl,r Lune: u three quatter.lioxes, '11wo Seas the civil process. The Board then availed itself of the was only twenty-nine years of age, and; for a young Mahogany wrappers, gcod to fine. ____ @40 tens, Is. per lb. Ex Gteta 2o crimmal persecution open to them, in which course they memger, was prominently and favorably known ;J.n lil wrappers, extra. __ --______ --45 @6o tens, 47fid. Ex Lady Calms: IO three'-quar-:were re !hey obtamed a. in a leaf tpi e, among engaged ST. outs, '.Janunry 27'--Mr. J. E. Haynes, dealer ter-boxes T\\o Seas tens, ls. Ex: Cu!zean -23 test case, Which resulted m a a,entence of lmpnsonment in the purchase and sale of Western leaf tobacco. Mr. pv\18f .&ir .. U wanted. All c-eo of worklul'-leof youag and old, make 1110re moneJ at wol"k for 11ar tr ewn sillnnw tbelr pare momats, or all tile th::D.e. t.h.a.A att. ay t 1D,& eWe. We olf:er employmeot that W11l pay handsomely for every' hour'a work. Full terms, etc., tent free. Send us your address Don't delay. Now il the t1me Don' t look for wort or buatoeu where, until you have learned what w ofer. G. STIMSON&: Co., Portlaud,. Kaine. -St6-tot ,. in Leaf TobaCco, 54 hhds, agamst three-quarterboxes Venus tens 15 Lady Carnu: in the Tombs,and the subsequent application fur licenses Dreyer was, we are informed, a native of Germany, 54 the previou!! week. Thursday the market was active 4 cases Venus tens, IS. 4%:d. Ex Royal Alfred: 6 by a large number of the membets. The cqunsel of the where his parents still r,eside. He was unmarried, aod and' stiff. Sales 25 hhds: 7 nt $8.3o@8.8o; 6 at 9.oo@ cases Two Seas tens, Is. d. Ex Mermeros 5 cases Society thereupon informed the District-Attorney that therefore, leaves no family of his 1 own to mourn his 9; 3 at I0.25@Io.so; 4 II@I I.5o; 3 at u@u.75; Two Seas tens, /s. SJi d, Ex 5 cases Two no resistence wo';lld be. offered, and Joss. The action of the trade willl)e found below. 2 at 13@13.25 and I box at 7.8o. Bids ere rejected SK!! fens, I!'. s3(d.. Ex Staffordslure 4 cases Venus the prosecutions wee dropped. The rl!taJ!ers thus find 1 on .3 hhds at lg.go@12 Friday tl1F market was tens, IS. 43(d. Ex A_ltcar: 4 VeiUJs' tens, IS. themselves beaten, b11t determined to have things their In pursance to a call issued, a very largely attended active, very strong and prices were higher. Sales 47 f'( d. Ex Bedjordshlre: 3 1 wo Seas tens, Is. own wa now turn their eyes towards Albany, where meeting was held at the office of Messrs. Sal'yer, hhds: I at f7.25 (wet) 18 at s'.2o@8.8o I] at 2 5;id. Ex 8 case,.-lw. o Seas tens, IS. 5;id. they to have mauy fnendsamong the mt:mbers Wallace & Co. 47 BroadSt e t, on tpe 3oth day ofJanu-7 at 10@10.75i 6 at u'@n.75; 3 at 12.;5@12.5o; 3 at Ex Rutlandslme: 1 Two Seas tens, IS. 4}4'd Ex of the they claim to have elected by ary, I&75, to give expression in relation to the death of :r3.2i@13o, and 8 boxes at 6.6o@zi.25. were Eaton Hall: .I5. cases Two long. tens, IS. their vot.es, and ask them to pass a new law wh1ch shall Mr. Tobacco Broker, who day rejected on 3 hlids at 9-6ci@n.so. Our qnotatwns are Bedjordslure. I case Two Seas D. f. tens pocketsettle thmgs cumfoitably. Thus the strange spectacle prev1ous of d1phthena, after but a few days 11lness. ADVICRTIIIIl!rG. C'l&.eap' Good s.,-.u ... atic.-All penODI who .. .. template mak.tag c ontracts with n ewspapers for the ioaert\on of adver'themellU.: .. ee.a to'"Geo. P. Rowell A Co., 4t Park Row,. 1 !how Yorto;.fOJ:, tt..lr RUIJ1IL.ET-BOK. (-.Y-..t.l iot,J, coutaon infliats of and estimate, ahowiqjf the c01t. uaent, 1aiJ in JDaDJ States. at a tremendous reducU.o from" JIIttllaHr"a tes. G&T 'rHB BOOK. for new crop. We quote: Common luis S8.4o@8.85 pieces, Ls. Hall: 29 tliree-quarter-of seeing a society composed of breakers of the law apMr. David L. Wallace, of the firm of Messr wyer, plan!ers' do 8. 75@9; common dark leaf at 9 s@ boxes tens, IS. 5d; I case do IS. 5.Vzd. Ex the make:s .of the laws anti invoke their aid is Wallace & Co., was chosen cbairmah, ana Mr:nurs B. 10.75; medium dark do rr.oo@t2-So; medium do :Jerusalem 2 cases D. R. Sponge Cake? IS. Ex sufficiently Rader, of the firm of Mttssrs.1M. Rader & Son, was 13.oo@r 5.00. No old leaf, or bright new leaf offering. :Jq!zn Kerr. I case Queen of the Seas twist, IS. 7d. Ex Tbe Wme smt'Spll'lt Traders m VJew of th: cho,98n liS sC1Cretary. I FOREIGN Wasdale. 3 cases D. T. Two Seas navy fives, IS 6d; conditiOI,l of.al sip the Lic:ftpe r.tioos were adopted unaniuwusly: r6,-.ssrs.' F. w. Sm the 2 cases IS. 6d; 14. Seas. navy fives bars, being. Of ilk sfeps wllic!l Liqu\)! as, 'Fhf F rs, Shijlpo Dealer.s and Brokers & C T b 'JC M h t t. Y I Is. 1'/u Quotatlofu are all"' Bond. ProtectiVe -abQut lo Tob.a,cW -,e beard ymb unfetgned sorrow o., o acco omllllSSIOn ere an s, repor n 1 b f M Ed _, D b k all the week jullt ur c the the amusing and exciting I. The insertion of a clause in the law making the Resolveti, Taat we attend the funeral of' the deceased, lmm requiJemelltst d .0 ers-{01\l:{!lue Ivery rm events and with the prosale of intoxicating ( liquors a hcense and that tbese proceedings be published in T.a.. ToBAC a op pnces an are n::a .;sl!oush 0 seru:ng arge par gress of the revolution m the tobacco market last year. There is np ueh on i a& tile uafA>I& Hoo .. CRevenue ?ll!t t 93 ) .. .._ The 1mport duty op tobacco l!f .5CJC. per lb; Lf"'Af stemme4 35c Stems sc. jier In addttion to thts duty, the Revenue lax on th a.ame k.mi of tobacc o madem tins eowatry mu'f' be paid. IJ'Ile toh..eoq a1&o be packed acco1ding to the re.,..ad>DSI<'ft'I"Diila tobaccG made> ..... II. "'t'mntfghqu {; les l er nibt f,es-bacome, a worthy successdr to Thomas Nast-re very most severely felt ln. oases where applicants b:ave ted-'JOHN A. FORMAN. 0 a\ e f an to-h e orqeditable SP.etimens oi comic rawing,.. Number one dered their license fees, but have been refused licenses In Brooklvn New York, January 29 die rea.;b tbe Ciprlltaken what they needed for theu aeq uue-word11 "L.gs, cents I" Number two ex-II .. Tile adeptlon of provisions to enable aUctioneer.. For several years Mr. Fonnan ha ived Tracie,., llliobulfOC'el CoUiltmo,tlo u.e bestattamand for export. has bee., h1b1ts another holder ib ut the month of T uly. His to mfi1ct and enforce penalties un der the law. Thare in comfortable and unassuming retirement in the city of 'Rat of ACiveitlalni;(. nothmg dflne. continue nrm atj, top quotations, bro":d back shoulders -ae turned to the being no Gverseer of the poor In the city of New Y Brooklyn, he was much respected, ar.d where his ONE SQUARE 1 NON.,, RliiL ub!Ls I and for some descnptlons, ask obtam a further ad-In h1s liands IS a copy of HE ToBAcco LEAF from w ich had to be made by the Board of Chanues d t h 'II be r,..,..etted by a la""e circle of friends and 0\on. o .. a CoL"""' Six YoDtb&. .............. ______ _, ......... ____ yance. b.tve pnf lyoodbeen de 1ialt is fpding, he joylutfy excla'ms, "By' J wbo have t'hro\vn out of court, anll .. ,, (];: to a very 1 -.. exte 0 g qua ty mey lt;ti '1:1J> to ten cents! 11 Number three is tbe'1SamP ,cnruinal prosecutions had to be entrusted to the J 1 .. v T-Columaa, Oae Y-. ....................... 65..,. b e 1 f d t S of l '" -nL. _j '.fwoSQ11A........................ ,..,_ li now. ugmla. eaT an s _np ,or a s1mi ar figure, his fingers to his In s. rict Attomoy 91!11!!1! OYqtwlfelme!'e and lidng most and s-pgg_estlye out of busmess and 11 unabll! prompt)y to attend to tbe num a an llltl$tr tion....of thl de!t of lifey..tbat D. Ia tbe ..... wt .., ... fvll rates. Maryland and OhJo-'?one mouth comes the defi,nt deaiKation, '!''bu .ion't get erous cases of infringeaaem the Licert'J'e Laws. of Mexico, gaiu Ius liveli-_.,., e, two, the_ latter od demanC! fo mJDe for you bet!" tracks The .Board of Excise ought -.ve power to enjoin hoo4 n.. keeping a small tobaocb stau. HuH Cow .... 'l'hree Moutlut ................................ _. color descn bons. IS ex dull or f.Q ol!"':rpart. "hils' t time to walt fur any thing. dealers who ;a_dt jh of tbe law in aqy ':T .'.:: .. _::::::::: sare, u1era .vmr._re J0111S stoc ed f 0 et;'Jus i}gtn huge ball is to whatever from con .tinuin: to on their MELB \f C. Fraser, o pot pleasnt to see, and he observe! 1n busmese. for a to Year ............................................ J'O Meurs. Fraser & Co., Tobacco Brokera re p_,.t I "l e tho5e1 fie" ;fb e sbotdd be high, they carl notin'lact btl tJt&l :,.a ConcOrd, lt!if'l.e'X "' "" FJRSTPAG& uftil. -. la r t)\iJI !fqd so also too bi&h. ..\ "fiwl of f.s.oo imJUiapa of. has been .. ... 'i5i 4fu 1 k h&;ve lat_ter .. llas the 1of bemg up. w pYObabty'111'1'\"e 1t'1lMI" eflicietft>."' ,, '" 1 v,., ren-.od. rem!-rk'.ed that Txan i!f:"" o.. v.... ... .. "Ya c 1 an \Me apd slmg, _; e necess1ty of epl0710C spa:c
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I EX. FORMAN. M .r. n(!IIAN. THOS. AI, CABBOLi. &; co:, Colnmission IVJercha. nts, ,. 10{ -FRONT STREET, aox 6386, NEW. YORK. Agents for the -I known and reliable Manufacturers : .}.fB. PACE, TURPIN & BRO.,L J. GRANT & CO .. W. J. YARBROUGH & SONS, J. H. GREA;NER, L. H. FRA YSRR & CO., R. W. OLIVER, T. W. PEMBERTON, JOHN R. PACE & CO. JOHN W. CARROLL, and othtrs. Sele Agents for the Original COIL, BONNE BOUCHE, 45 and s s S i ngle and' DoubJ Thick. Also Agents for the Celebr;;ted e LONE JACK A BROWN DICK SMOKING large Stocks of Manufactured T Gbacco of every SLiital;>le for the Home Trade and lor Foreign 'Market. s, con s t a n!ly ou.'han. d. F. LniDa c. "f LtNDB. VORli ToBAcco INsncTioN. \ TOBACCO INSPECT-ED OR SAMPLED. rf.\,in !or and delivered cue1by case, as to number of N. 8.-:-WE IN IIIERCKANTS' OWN STORES. F. c; LINDE tc CO., RDICIPAL Wat.er Street. and co 1J!.lll'eJarlJit, Water, 1.73 Front, '14L '1'6 &. '18 Gr ... nwteh Streeto, aad 1, 2, : 8 Hudooil IUver ltaU Road Depot, Bt .tohao Park. f vltr\1\L[.\) J. Me J. BENSEL & CO T!BACOO INSPECTOR, tOBAOOO iNSPECTION; I 155 WATER STREET, -127 & .129'WITEII STREET I I lSI' e"''V' '''c::rk.. I 'JI"GOt:nlrTB.Y SAMPLING AT-CER'I'IFIJ4TEB IIIIIUED .A.ND1 CAIIESDE TENDED ERED SINGLY OR IN LOTI. I -! u lJIDE:R. )(.AlTLAND. L .F. s. MACLEHOS. lWBOT' L .'MAITLAND. L & I TOBACCO AND CIJ., 8ENERAL COI!ISSION -IEROBANTS, u JIBOAD ST._, 1r. Adva)d S&llieWillie,.ondJPlugTwbt. )(,andJ(r.addieo.. Willfe, F)q. p. C. Mayo & Co., _3s, 45, and zos. Invlndble, W. J. Geatry &Co., Navy, J{s, Xs, P P"s, PArENT PACKA. -GE5 tr m tin foil," lb bo""" fan.,, and long o's 9 Twi1t, in tin foil, X cacld.ia. Mayo IJ. K.Dl&'bt, Navy. )is, l(s P. P s. & tone tos. 1Cha.rmer, 6 and u-inch twiat:.J Weed, u-tnch plug. SIIOKJllfG, In ball" of ,'io. )(, ad ,"sibs. I PACKERS OP SMOKING Promptly supplied, at reduce d pric e s with th ese .WOODEN DRUMS. A. POINDEXTER, & CO., LUKE KATHAN, Sole '120 WATER ST,', Jr. Y. CITY; 1 N.Y. l'"RANCIS S. JtiNNEY'S PATENT IIPROVBD TOBACCO CUTTER. This improved Machine for cutting Tobacco is con structed with a single knife working upon inclined bearing!, and otJerating with a sliding shear cut upon the tobacco,. which Is placed In a b o x with &ides at right angleS and bottom parallel with sahi kntfe. This machlnewillcut aqy kind ef tobaci:o, and cut it perfectly. P l ug, Twist, Perique In Carrott.s, and any similarly hard prepared tobacco,.s can be cut in theic hard state, without any cclsiug, 'any other moistening to soften them. Jr., g-lnch Urbt preaeL Gold Bug. Virginia's Choice. Amb1roota. Gold Ked&l hron. lb1. Otive. Rose. Old Ken tuck, lba. Caeyque. Star. Reward. of I nduatry, Oliver's Choice. Virginia Be1Je Pride of the Natien, lbs. Nugget. Pioneer. Crack Shot, lbc. "' Reward of Industry. 1 Dilly Huck. Out of Se01, Xli, P P'L Owen's Durila:m. Pride Qfthe Na.tion. Harvest Queen, Ms, ))-s, P P's. nulte a Burham. Dandy Lion. Farmer:, Choice, Xs, "s, P. P' Faacett's Durluna. Particular attention given to putting up special brands for SOLE use f ow.ner5. &o1e .A.ae:u..'t8 -E. T. PILKINTON CEL.EBRA'I'ED '1BUITS now x "Bird'sEye," Indispen''CBDO' mM.TB'' sable," ""Gelden tre," "Planter' a Pride," tlf 6'Farmer's Choice," and SXOEm'C -IIFPRICE LISTII IJ'l!RNIIIHED ON APPLICATION. HENRY WULSTEIN, SUCCKSSOJt T O iorgfeldt & Deghuee, PATENT F .EB. 3. I K.Y.ao.a.at.toa ._..._ BULKLEY MOIORE .t CO. VIRGINIA Tobacco Commission Jlercha.nis -" ..... 1! 'U FBONT St1eet. JOS. H. THOMPSON. 1'!1.UL CALVI Jos. H. & Co., 83 Front St., N. Y. Ageata for following weJI..\.oown and ju.atly eel e. bra ted of Virtlnia Tobacco: C. A. ] ACKS.ON liz CO.; D B TENNENT Ill CO.; REUBEN RAGLAND; WILLIAM LOKG; H. 0. HOBSON, Petenburg. Solo Ageoto for C. A. JACKSON & CO'S. Cele brated Branda. KREIELBERG & CO. 160 PiARL ST., New YoRK. J. D. IREIELIIEftG & C8., -BA.LTIM@RE, MD. KREIELBERG, SCHIEFfR & CB., NEW ORLEANS, LA. BlAKEMORE, MAYO 8t. CO., GEIERIL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 6'2 BROAD STREET,\ NBJY YfJBK., It makes no shorts, can be run by hand or steam pow er, requires no Kill to op erate it; its construction iii of the ma&tsu bstantial kind, slow to wear aod difficult to disorder. TO BA c c 0 Wll TER FRtEDMII FREISE. MACBINHBY, Price of machine c o m pl.ete, with Press (bo x"'-" :o-:6 !uches), ud cas h. OP'FlJEI 141 WEST BROAD I !leW'. York. N. D.-The attention Q f manutacturers of Ci,:rarette &1ld and all Fancy Tobaccos, Straight Cat" BriJCht L eaf. etc., etc i s p articularly called to thi s ma.c!tine'. 1 APPLEBY & RAIL ROAD MILLS Maccoboy Snuff, French Rappee Snuff, American Gent. Snuff, Scotch Snuff, l 1 Lundy Foot Snuff. ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF THE BR\NDS OF PURE VIRGINIA SMOKING. TO BAG CO. Viz: Rail Boad, Our Choice, Colorado, Pride f Henry County, Black Tom. IMPORTERS OF 25 Myrtle Avenue, HAVANA TOBACCO 203 Pearl Street, EDWARD M. WRIGHT A CO. BROOKLYN. C o nstantly on Hand the Best Improved Hand and Steam Machines for Cutting and. Granulatiug Tobacco __ K.A TZ &. I co., NEW YORK. G-BAS. F.TAG 1: SOl, Importers of SPANISH and Dealers io all kinds c f General I Commission DEALERSANlJEXPORTERSOF LE AF TOBACCO ALI! X.tN'DS OJ' J I 38 Broad Street, 1 ,Leaf bacco, I 194 Front street, 179 PEA'RL STREET', lniW YOBB. liEW YOillt. P. 0. BQX M84. NEWYORK jAMEs M. GARDINR&. CHAftLRS M, CoNNOLLY. -. r James .. lYJ. Gardiner cl: Co. G. R.-EJ:SliiAl\Tl\T, Commission Merchant, AMC DEALllll JJI ALL K.fltDS OP .Tobacco Commi;sion Merchants. .. LEAF. TOBACCO, S4 Front York. 178 Pearl Street ARE RECEIVING' DIRECT FROM VIRGINI A CONSIGNMENTS OF MANUFAC: NEW K TURED TOB'ACCO. EXPORT ORDERs' FOR 'PLUG TOBACCO -:Bet.._'l'he IG Ce4ar, YOR I PRdMP'fLY' FILLED.'(' I ]OS. ?-{ YORGA. J. HUERTE1ofEl'IDlf i. JUSTO MAYORGA. J. M. tc IMPQRTERS OF HAVANA. TOBACCO, LEAF & HAVANA AND IN FINE HAYA:NA CIG.A.BS, 'l'.0Jii.A.CC0S, 14 CEDAR ST:, NEW YORK, No. 3:39ll:OWERY. (bet. ad 1G 3d St.a.,) y Ca. H ;KoeNIG: I NE W YORK B. Suetn:iT FOX, DILLS & CO., Da'O:El'l':Z:R.S Olr SPANISH AND _N. LAOBENBRUCR & BRO., PACKERS' OF SEED LEAF TOBACCOS, No, 164 Yo'k.. 175 Water Street, New York. .. :QBACCO LABELS, ciGARS 133 Water and 8& Pine Sts., 1\T. '1t. 'J, CHAS. APLJ,EDY. For Price List Address or apply as above. GEO. W. HELM:F.. EISTABLISIIED CQPIIBAGBI SR.DFP:," VEGA, MARTINEZ & BRO'S, Lea:f Tob.acco. For .l.,otlng Manqfactured Tobacco, FURNISH&D BY !BB BATCR COMPANY, LITHOGRAPHERS, ft & 34 VESEY, STREET, l\IEW YORK, AT GREAT.LY REDUCED PRICES. .lliOiPif STROHM. GUIDO REI :TZKNSTE.IN. --ITROHN &; un b u ALSO D!!.A.LllJlS IN DOMESTIC AND lPPRT&R.S OF D. J GARTH, SON & CO.,' (Successou to CHARLES B. & Co. ,) Commission :Merchants, NO. 44 BROAD ST., I D J Garth, l ''B.EIGX NEW YORK,. J 76 Front Street, 1--...;...._....;.;.. __ __;,_ I :nvou. J. P. Q u 1 N & co., M. TOBACCO FACTORS, .IIPOBTI DP lAVAN! ADA DeaW-in all kind& of .. Reasonable Advances made} ,..3 A F 'l' 0 :B A C C Q on Shipments. NEW YORK. 1&2 PEARL' ST., NEW .YORI ,.... 8 ---------.&DOMAS' II.wiiCUTT, 1 'W. TAT&DIIURST, Kenhiek)' aad Vl.qlnia..: TOBACCO Leaf Tobacco COIIISSIIIIIICHAH. o sa arou 68 ... 110AD ... NEW YORK. NEW TOiuc. PATAN & co.. JOSEPH A. :V'EG-4., Grttoii and Tobacco ...... nn. .,. l Factors, C0Mlo1J.SSION M:"RCHANT-7 . AND t .. c 1 c A R a.. lmW YOBU STIUT. 1 lEW VOU .... 1 t &BNIJIIB UVB! FLAVOIII&. \ I'J' WILL GIVE TO THE TOBACCO The Full Flavor of Havana, And when smoked it haa th.at SWEETNESS AND AROMA That all Havana Cira.nhae You can take ef ORDJN.ARY TOBACCO, And by applying As directed, you w,tll 11et tho full benefit of REGULAR HAVANA TOBACCO. Put P Ia Q.uar' Bottlea, aa 'well aa lD aDd Gall-c- Q'D'.&:'l' BO'r'l'LZ, 1 lLU.l'-Ci.u.LGH, Ci.AI.LON, . ) u.oo 3.00 5.00 P. S.-Will v.nd.11ampleofTobacc:o, as prepared_bJ thi1 Flavor, to aay free ol charae. ... OlrE GALLOili WILL PR.BPAB.E .liOlJQH TOBACCO FOR Ten Thousand Cigars, WJUCH COSTS O.liL "l' ea.oo. Remetnber, we Guarantee it not to Lose its Flavor, I J<11T WILL POR YE.UlB Jt ie, a l!luCceta, aud eome heuses aTe ual11g as hlh u fOI'ty allons a Nothioa :i,ujurloua. but iMIDefidal, o FOit CAll OB. BOJr, .APPLEBY CIGIR Cli.' Manufactured only by WEYMAN fc BROTHER, S ecured \"''V \.etters Patent, December -s, 186s. An on our copyright wiJl be rlgorouMly pros IMPORTERS OF HAVANA TOBACCO CIC.ARS, l90 PEARL STREET, New York. ]OS. SULZBACHER. FRED. HOFMANN. Sulzbacher & Hofmanri, DEALERS. Iltl SEED LEAF &HAVANA TOBACCO, 88 M:tiDEN LANE, UP STAIRS, NEW YORK. FELIX CARCIA, IMPORTER OF HAVANA LEAF TOBt}CO (raoM T. GuTJaaan ). AND CIGARS Al..SO OP' THB WJ!LL l..""NOWN BrallllsofGiW.S 'La Carolin.a' Clay. M. OPPENIEIMER &; BROl DEALERSIN' SEEI, LEAF llfD HIVUI TOBACCO, 138 WATER STREET, NEW YORJt, E. M. CRAWFORD; TOBACCO AND COKKISSION MERCHANT 168 W .ATEB STREET, NEW YORK. OTTINGER & BROTHER, KENTUCKY ScOTcH And Sole Ag't for :Brand "Prof. Morse," WEYHAN &r. and .-. SARATOCA," LEAF TOBACCO, 8&13 ITHFIELD ST., Pmu., PA 181 Water St., New York 41 BROAD STReET, NEW YOR,K SAWYER, WALLACE & CO., COMMISSION-MERCHANTS, No. 47 Broad Street, SPliCER BROS 1: CO CODISSION DRCHANTS, Dealers in Tobacco L. GERSHEL & BRO., Packeto of and Dealen lri WILLIAM M. PRICE & CO. SEED LEAF TOBACCO, LEAP TOBACCO, I No. 86 MAIDEN L.A.NE, ng MAIDEN LANE, L GERSH'IU. NE'll YORK .. _c_ .. _K._ ... ___ -r__ j NEW YORK. & w. '. 'ALLIISTIIi' Lea.f Tobacco, ToBA8Ct COimssioN an d CICAR,S, ; ',. I ; 9 t31 st., No. '75 Jlaid.en Lane, NEW YORK N y.. T. it. SP.i'lN CII)lt. c. c. SPENCER. A SPENC E '8RI.MEN I .,. : :REW "Y:ORK CITY, I .. 0 0 ; 0 \ 0 O .... f .. t

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' 'I'D I NEW YORK. E. & .G. & CO., hn. portera and Dea1en i':L T&BACCO, I Malden Lane. EDWARD FRlKND, I Gus NEW YORK EDWARD Fanlft), Jr. o a I. S'RUBIRGIR lDIDD umc BUill, 110. PLAClE, C.... Billa of Exc:bauee on the prlndpal cities of Eorepe ; laaue Clreular Letten of Credit to TraYelen.. aDi:l JfDl COIIUDerdal Cre41ta ; recein llODeJ' Oil D-. poolt, 111bj-81rbt Cbeeb, pon wblcb lnt-' =!!,. pay partlcwar atleatloa to tbe NerotlAND DEALERS IN LI!AF TOBACCO, BOWERY ; NEW Y 0 EBEN W. GOODWIN, DEALERIN LEAF TOBACCO AMII F.IB'B CDG.&RII., N o, 226 Front Street, Bot. Boek.,.n lr. Peck Slip, WK. at 80llt8, !ohaooo and Ooinmiaaiotl ......_ l ..,., an4 .ase ,lll"lr';!Dt NBW YOBH...... ...-. ULa.A.J.IoD-IW-U. S. Stlid T1p Ciiaf lonld. 011!' Maulcta are paranteed to be mere D11RABLII:, and at lel'ol ,.5 per eeat fJheiaper than any. other Mould sold Office and Salesroom. No. 193 Pearfst., Y. -. MANUFACTURER OF CiGARIYIO"QLDS, Patentee of CletH Hta4 lletlltls, Patentee of fht Slula hrlu tr (.lattltJ) loulds. THE I'.A.CTORY, RARI.EJI R. R. :nu:IGRT BUILDING, WHITE ITREBT, Floor 29,1(2d Door frem Elm Streetl; or at MESSRS. S. JACOBf I CO., Ollice No. 200 Sqoare, IW YO ........ UFIAilf unot& BOIDY, tEAF 180 :PeU'l St., 1 MlCHAin:AKNn, j NEW YORK. jOHN A D&HLS. BSAD Be .CJo., SUCCESSORS TO ISAAC R.JiAD, r MEROHANTS, And Dealers in Virginilz aiuJ Western ka/ an,tl .Manufaduretl Tt1bau11, LiMri_.ce, Gum, etc. I Old 81ip, silew 1rork. r A,O. L. ._ f P. Q 'HBDL 1. L. &: 8, MEIRJt, PORW A.RDING -' Commission Merchants, :Ro.t3 Beaver St., :New York. AMrou by Poet, P v O. !los, tl '11. ,_Speetal atleutioa paid to tbo forward!DI enab'lea. ,. 'BARlETT & ci, Importer or LEAF TOBACCO 63 Water St., NEW YORK. CARL UPIIA.NN, TOBACCO AND aut 178 PE.UL S'mD'l', P. q. BOX 2968, :!lEW YORK S I 1111 0 X &A L 0 ll! 0 X Importe' of -a Dealer iba Leaf Tobaooo AND SEGARS, s., ................ GENE DU BOIS, 3. L. & ---C014KISSION !lEB.CHANT C 'IUr I'OB TilE SALE 01' OMMISSION 1uERCHANTS leaf Manufactured, & Smoking Al'D DEALEis IN Al.L Knmo OP T 0 B A 0 0 e Leaf Tobaoco, 75 FRONT ST NEW ?:"ORK. i,0 160 Water Street. New York Manufactured Tobacco ofal!Styles and Q,u alltlesdl ct (rom tbe beet Mauolactories of Virginia, for sale in ). A. PESANT ,._o, a. Bu-u. Importer 'of HAVANA CIGARS D. & A. -BENRIMO, and LEAf TOBACCO lomi,;iou J ALSO COMMISSION MERCHANT 'LEAF TOBA.OOO, 40 AND U l!ROADW.A!, NIW YOU. lM lfBlr;rYihU; II' MIRANDA .a.. C ftoal&leallldndaofLEAJ1'0BAOOOrorlaPOR'r !"" 0. loii BOIUI UD. -1111-100 IMl'ORTRES OF BAVUALUF OATBIAN, AND OF T-J;IE liRAND OF tiOIDIBlOJI IIUClUJII'DI .A:KD DIPOllTEB.S 01' .. CLAY : PIPES, 11 WATER-STREET. NJ!_YOIK STRArroN.&STORM ... 'ROSEJfWALD & Da'O:B.T:B:BS Olr S:P.ANISH,-ANn I r DOMESTIC tE4F '.TOBACCO, ciGAR aiuso:!lls j 145 Water Street' New v 6tk eoaA&nC.ly oa haatl. ... :WM. SOHOVERLING. PACKER OF AND DEALER SE LBAP."T.ODACCO 12Q MADE _ON CONSIGNMENTS. I CIGAR MOULD p ... STUES. I .4. .. P. ,B 0 'flll!JJT I ) MANUFACTUR,ER5 OF Cilarfll!ttcn & all otbcr bllincryfor !a&nfactnriBL Cigars; IIPORfERS OF GERIII CIGAR iDULDS. Lewis St., bet. Delancy& R:ivingtoo, E. PASCUAL BROTiiEB.& C;o. -. .. pOlDDSSIO-N DBQlWiTS AND Im'OB'l'ils or TOBAC-CO ISe WA'SI!IB JJTIUIBT,. XDW YOB.K P 0. BOX 3925 CU-THRIE a, CO., 226 boat Street. B. QPITZIBR, COKXTSSIO:N' KEnCltA.ln'$J T 0 B A C C 0 I AMD AND ..... a: BON; 178 WATER STREET, NEW.YORK. TM"POEI..T:&JB.& OP AND PA<;:KERS OF DOMESTIC L.:.EAF T0BACCO POWDERED liCORICE, GUM ARA81C, OLIVE Oil, OTTO ROSES, Tonqua Be&IUI, And all other Materials for Flavoring used by Manufacturers, including the Essential Oils, W H. Schieffelin & Co., -'VVM: .a.. d:t oo NO-" BROAD BTB.EET, :NEW YORK. Sole A1nts for tbe CONSOLIDATED TOBACCO COMPANY OF GILROY, CAl .!FO RNIA, I Manufaeture.re o the Celebrated 51WIT Wll-U; w siam& TDBUtl .. : Aloo their CHOICE BB.Al,'fDS OF ()IG.uLS, r Epal places ahroad. Accounts and Ccirrespondence of Merchants Banks Bankers, 'etoo solicited .., ....-. 0 B. SCiiREXNER, Cashier. ... S IYION STR&Uss I' liiAlftlll' A.CT()'JlEB. OF I 1 Cigar IBexes and Show Figures, . AND DEALER I:!11 lERMAN CIIAR MOULDS, PRESSES, STRAPS, CUITERS, -.c &18 ::II!"U&h &'treo'to (Bet Ave D and Lewis St., ) N'e"EEV'TOrk.. e AllldDdaofF ...... ICu&toOrder&lldRepalftdlathe Beot S&yle. The Trade,SuppUetl' TOBACCO 'PREISI'B& COMMISSION MERCHANT lN. Y. COOPBRATIVE CI&AR M'P G co.. Leaf Tobacco pressed in bales fo r the WestJndlea f Porto, and o!ber ....... 124 WATER 19 West H-ouston Street, corner Mercer, TOl!ACCO PACKED JN HOCSHI:ADS. llii'"Re asonableAd vanceomade on Shipment., i l L, SIEBER, Prealdeat, t Wlll. YA.NDUS, Seeretary.l tc MANuFACTURERSOF S 'AMUEL. JOSEPHS, MANUFACTURER OF T3AF TOBACCO, .A.RS,. BY CAR LOAD "R LEAF PACKERS. WSuperior to any in VaHey. BURLINCTON, VERMONT. DEALE-It IN Xo. f86 FROXT STREET. :NEW YOBJL

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'I co., a:... E A F iwO':e : 'A_ c c 0., And Manufacturers of all Crades of tOfirlf'll. J.Vo. 9 _1\T. Wata:r st., GEO. IUS:RCKHOFF. GEO KERQKBOEF & co., DE-ALERS IN COIOO:C1ICUT, HAVllA ill YAB! LID TOBACCO, AND 0!' 'CIG.AJI. No. 49 8. CHMtLR8 8TREE1", IIALTIMORE. I.AII'8 ; SVL&.AQDT, "l'lfw.&ozza .Wa t'OUN-GER -&;CO., Qn1NJSSio:r TOmmns, L YJfC:BlnJR.G, VA. WID Jive ttl*(, loe: to tb oate and pur ;!1: J 11\.)t "11 .. r.ear C. C. READ&:. CO., ANVv CT'I1RE S OF !US TIU.LIAN I T FARMVILLE, VA. 'tOBACCO, I t5 and I 17 ,Vest Front St., Between Race ed Elm, OINOINNATL 0. LRAF 'OOBJtCCO_, 163, & 16p -Btret, C INCINNATrl. I \ 154 .. B. a h.U.&JUI .Il( "' ,.. .. -.. t Connecticut Seoo-Leat 40 & 42 MARKET ST.,Hartfbrd, Ceun. W'E.&TPHAL, 1 Co:mussxox :.DcB.AliT, r t ....... AKD DAYTON, OHIO. .. TKOS. H. CHAJ..!I[ERI!I, In Teb&ccio Shockoe $np, 51 St., N.Y. ....... AgeDt tbe and Extras, where CotteTs will find a stock of supplies always on band. BICIDIOKD, VA. ,. I e J AXES K. WISE, COLQMBIAN BLOCK, OPPOSITE TOBACCO EXCHANGE, VA. COMMISSION MERCHAttT EXCL't7SIVEI.Y far the l'llrchaae-of' ,. TOBACCO.) I I JAMES BOYD LBAP TIACCO. alii,, No. 1317 CARY StREETt BICIIIIO].Q), VA. GiTta Specl.al.lttent.ie t.e 'Wrappen Jl. B CL..UUt & BRO.,

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FEB. 3 r. M ... 01 E & su, 203 & 205lEWIS STREET, Cf?r. Sf:XTH. .l'RE-TOBA.CCO-LEA.I THE UlO)ERSIGNED OOliTnnrES TO IIQ!'9R'I' A1VJ IIAIQ1PACTt71LE PVBE IIPAl'll!IH, AND TUIII.KEY LIQUORICE or UNI'roRK Q.tl.fi.ITY GUARAJITEED TO GIVE SATI!Ir ACTION TO EVERY TOBACCO !IIANUPACTUitER l'IIING Tit E SAlliE BE BEJrEilll TO TilE VARIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS CONinl!lliiiNG THE AIIIVJlAllfCE HE GIVES AS TO THE Ullfl:ljOR!II QUALITY or Hill BRA.liDI A!1D IUS SATISrY THOSE USING Hill LIQ.UORICE. 'THE OLD rAVOBITJI!l_ .... liD or ;r. 0. y 0,..... IS ALWA.YI IUIA,DT roa DELIVERY AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE, ALIIO .A.. 0. CJ p. T <>-AND' MY OTHER BRANDS OF TURKISH PA.IITE, ALL OF WIUCH ARE GIVING UCRBA.IIED SA.TIIIrACTION, AIIINIITANCEp .y Til& BAPID.LY lrBOWillfa DEKASD AND. ENTIBE ABSENCE OF OOIIPLAI!ITS. JAMES 0. ltlc:A.:NDREW, es w-.a.-rEa 1V BJL LoUISVILLa, J aR. -;, t87S }as. C McAndrew, atr. New York:. Dea r Sir: We take ple .. sure in stating thatyourbn.ndsofboth Spanish and Turldab Liquorice! Paste have gi\'en entire satisfaction to all our manufac. turers during the paat seuoo, the quaUty haYior been uaifnrmly .excellent. We rem.afo, dear 1ir, very obedieotly )'OUfll, JUNGBI,UTH & CO. LoutSVJLLZ.I Ky., Janii&IY 7 187! Meara. Juog & Co., Dear Sin: We Ul':e pleasure fn civing ou1 te!timoal as to the excelleat qoalit.iN of ac: o a;.. .. ""n con struct new warehquses, es pecially adapted for the reception of tobacco, in a more convenient. situation than at the ;King's Dock I need not a.s&ure }'OU that tqose interested in thi1 imC"t ... I -, following amounts of duty and taxes on tobacco and cigars of -an ktitfbl_ wete reee! ed' tiy e r the fiscal yeat ending as above: Import duty on leaf to bacco fpr cigars, gold, $3,224,787.112; import duty on all othes. kinds of tobacco and snuff, gold, s3,181.n; im port dul'y op cigars, cigarettes, etc .. gold, tax an cigars, cheroots, etc., cunreacy, J9.33J,592,.24; tax on manufactured tobacco, tuxon snuff, currency, $r,o38,445; ta:r. received from all other sources from to!>acco, c.uJrrency, $I,970,J27i total amount of import duties paid i : n gold, S6,xso,o6o.41; total amount of taxes paid in currency, JJ,242,875; grand total l39,392,936.o3. UNNECESSARY.-A leading who)esa)e house in' a Western city received a telegram from one of the Southern cities, a few days ago, to this eft'ect: "Send me twenty barrels of whisky-the Leg: slatur& is in session." 1 Tol!ACCO IN TENNESSEE.-A correspondent dating from Robertson County, Tenn: writes: ''The large to bacco crop usually raised in this part of Tennessee was a perfect failure the past season. and now we have in our barns not exceeding one-rlfth of a crop, and that poor in quality." -'

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.. r I I I Tobacco Manufacturers. Lioerice.' ANDERSON. & LtcoRtcE PASTE --aoiEMsn, MANUFA<.."TURERS OP THE SOLACJI Altl 01111. TOBACCOS 0? .TOJAJJCO BIOIBR, .E Toba.ceo manufacturefi!l a.nJ the trade in 114 and 116 LIBERTY STR T, lt(1neral m-e Jl<icularly :rt.questei w e x 143 WATER ,STREET,-r < : NEW YORK,. amine .ana test the superior properties ot Be& to direct tbe attention or tlhe Deelenl this LICORICE, whic?, be!ng nr.w 'nought .... t.O thif highest 1s uader CELEBR ED eaLACE fill CUT tliearlnyourtradomarkootheuoxes. Jel. JACOBY .s.; CO. FEB. 3. UZIJ. D. DBIUTI & 00., TH& fW ........-;--: .. Bp.IAB ..&liD APPJ.,JI.. .... PIPa, WI1R RUBBIR BI!S, Imponm of 1111 kids of Smobn' .ArUalel. SHIOW FIGURES, IN HE'IlAL llNn WOOD, A SPECIALTY. 501 BROADWAY, NE'W' YOBE. mUAIIItll l IJ., 165 1e1 liEW TOBit. OP' Spanish, American i German CllU BIBBOIS. j 0 u Q 1.'11 ForFine, Whole-le&DdRetaU,Tratle. D. Rosa.. araoco!U.I'& .. AO--Ila.riUBJ'erry,Jr. NEW YORK AYER BR H RS .... __. BaANDS: -Excellent, Perique, 'Turktsb. Latakia, e OT E Loadre YeUow ,_. Spanleh L 3 5 yde. -; soLE 4WBOLBSALEas t:-f. !I fj e;:..:z. PIN"'-COT'ill. OBACCO AND ALL sPEciALITIEs roR rosAcco 131 MAIDEN LANE FOR 'I'HE STATES OF :=rl:go-w ::n 1111 ..-...... ,. p; .li 1 MANUFACTURERS. KIIW TOBK LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI, FLORIDA & TEXAS. ::: II l7 ...:I "' 1 AND CIG AB.S, Pa11ent Powdered Lioorice. DER cS: EST ; e 207 & 209 WATER 8Tii!ET. :tn:W,YOBI 'Weaver & Sterry, .PHILIP KELLAND No.7 Commercial Stre .. et ... B ... A TOBACCO BROKER. IZI I> i g D. H. N.::..:::=..r. "" SOLE >-1 Vir[i;1>1;;r;d, Chewina. cHAin. F. oaaoRNE, GEo:aGE .__ -1 111. = JAMES G. Manu.:Cactu.rer ,ot Ciga:r8, FRA.:NCIS S. KINNEY, MANUFACTURER OF "Kinney Brother{ Celebrated Russian llegn.,.; Plug llnwi .Flour, llA'Nlli' ACTORY AND SALt:iROD\11 coRNER or b AND' TERTH STREET Hew 'York Cit!'. CICARETTES AND -----......, ...... FINE TOBACOOB, C. H. .IVS & Cn. WBST BBQ.A.DW.AY, JfEW' YORK CITY. CHEWING & SMOKING DEPOT & AGENOY TOBA.CCOBt 74'1 :N":X'NT:I3: Between C and D, Of the Manufacture of G. W. GAIL & :AX,. NEW YORK BALTIMORE, AT 220 PEABL S'l'3E'l', mlW YOilt: WEIS"' tLLER 4t KAEPPEL;Aswata G. B. MILLER & CO., SPECIALTIES f'OR TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS. R.HILLIER'S SONS & OFFICE, b4fl POWD!a!D LlQUOtUCE. 'i' FINEST QUALITY. at Peugbkeepaie, New-York. QITFORD, &HERMAN ft JNNIS 1110 WILLIAJ[-STREX'i, NEW-Y-&RK. ,1'10 130X MOULD, robaceo Broker, and Deale Ia LE.&F,-;ro.&CJOO, wo. '" BRoAD STREET No. 195 PEARL ST., ...... New York. PB..X:N"O:XP.A.':LI ., ...._ ______ C:EAlt'I'ER OAX, DIAMOND Sl'EING, del FVH.U,. LAKD, ESOEPSCION. II. R .acler & Son, TOBACCO BRO.KERS, 133 I'BAlU. S'l'UE'1', NEW YORK. A:. SHACK .. TOBACCO BROKER. No. I29 Maiden NEW YORK. Internal Revenue Books. 0 8 $, .;0 0 25 Myrtle A Brookiyn, o:a Haad i.e Beat Had and ....... .... C.UIIIfl ADd r Gr&luolat .... ...._ .. LOUIS' POIOBIY, IMPORTElt OF FINE G .LY'CE -RINE, No. 7 BURLING SLIP, NEW YORK. WM. SDW'BiiBa" Th& Original Internal Revenue Publishing House. TOBACCO SEALING WAk. (PETER D COLLINS, FrutsT.) Smoki.DK SYCAMORE FOR SALE, 97: Columbia Str. eet, MANUFACTURED BY Suitable forTobacc0 Boxes and Caddies, C. JOURCENSEN. I NE..,. ""OBK WA'LTER B. PIERCE,. 4oo,oootoscc,oooft.rlnchanrlsB.sawedtoWldtbs,dry .JL an AND '!HJRD STRBKT N. V Tobacco, the only Genuine American Gentletborourbly cuod Hav ana. Ofllcllll' Naw York, 27 Pearl and l2G J4ai4eu Lane man Mrs. G. B Miller & ,Co. Maccabo} Of e very description at Lowest Prices. and' S cotch Snuff; A H. Mickle & Sons' Forest TOBACCO BABGINI. Rose ai.d Grape Tobacco; Mrs. G. B. Mlller & Co. Reserve Smoking and Chewing or IMITATION SPANISH LINEN, CAMPBELL LANe E -,. CO FAl\TCY STRIPES, MANUFACTURERS 01> J CJ(jp ., j all of Goo4e aHd for puttlq up Smok rosACea AID ciGARS, HOWARD saNGER co.. : AJID IDI :El. G-::&:1 :a 'VV" :I: L & C> ::N"' WITIEMANN BROTHERS, SOLE AGENT FOR, 1 J. P. SARRAZIN'S Impo'rled for Cigarettes, etc. A., HE' N & LOUISIANA PERIQUE SMOKING TOBACCO Also, Perique Tobacco in Carrottes, 43 Liberty street, opposite Post Qfflce, 3'1' IIIA.IDI!:l'f LA.l'fJll, l'f&w 'l'o.BK.. U6 WATER sTJLEET, NEW YORK. DePOE. 'rlCltS or "A3. 'l'IC:LJCS, B.. ZELLEliKA., ,. REPPENHEIMER & MAURER, IN Pra.oUoal. TOBACCO, SECARS, SNUF.'FS, &c. TOBAICJ C 0 BAGS ENCRAVERS AND PRPNTERS' .lYJADDU][. BROTJIERS 263Eallt4thSt.,lfewYerk. BY ll'l'EA.lll POWEll. A.ND HAND PRESSES. Orden attended to at the ohortat nai .. ut Double-thick Sies. 11. (), Illaddux'& Golden Eicbt ouDCOO. J,e"Wil Ma:ddnx' Look-out Double-thick TeoL G. Dlll'a" The Pet,,. Pounds Le"W"la Mad.ux' Look..oot Navy Pouada. J G. ))Ill' Miss Jennie ... Lfl:'Wia Maddux' Look-out J. G DJll'a Choice.'' ,,., SOP ERIOR CD/orr anti Ikrigou, and in atp wetl'e .BM;.,.., g#w8. W'IT'l'BKANN IIOTBIIJS, 37 III&IDBI.'f LAliJI, -W YORK. ,, FIIB-&UT CBBWIIG o. II Bowery, G PIJl's Butter6v TWist ... G Dill'l u Gipsy Queen," Smokl..,. ::: w:at. B. AND sMOKING roBAcco AND ci&ABs, Havana. Bixes, Cheroots, ......: ..;..8 256 DELANCEY STREET, -M 'DWTORIL U1 U9 A'l"l''RKE:Y STREET, llallafaccueroCtbeCollowioa'BrandseCKILLICXINICJCI "" CLACClJM, I NEW YORK ... ,BuellaH. Wbu>hea&er, JA r NEW. YtOR K CITY. & VAN R!M-POHR, and Seed Leaf eB A G G tl S, 18g STREET, 'NEW YORK. LIJIEllAL ADVANCiUtlENTS MAD& 8M Pateated Aprll_. and Alla"'st nth, 186'; ld:ay 4th, 1869; and July i 8th, t871. 1 l'or-whicb. first Premiums have beea awarded at the .America.n. Institute.., IS6c;.o, 1871, 1872; Georgia State Fair Virginia State F air, 1870 South C

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